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Array VOI.UMK   11
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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Ott-VNBBOUK.   BBITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,
G.   T. ROGERS
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At Yer Ain Fireside
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Crockery, Cut Glass
CRANBROOK, I. C.
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THE CONSERVATIVE MEETING   |   BORDEN CORRECTS GOODEVE
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Imperial Bank of Canada j
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST -      -      .  ■   .      .
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4,925,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from date of deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch • J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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$1,200
Buys delightful
strong Avenue,
rooms. Water
conveniences.
Residence
Southern
on
end
Arm-
Five
.uul    other    modern
Terms: $500.00 cash ; balance $20.00
per month wilh interest at 6 per cent,
per annum.
SEE   ■ ■   ■"...  Ii."i  =3=
BEALE & ELWELL
I ELECTION   DATK   IS    SET FOH
NOV. 13.
(Nelson Liberal.)
John Keen, returning ollicer (or
Kootenay, .Satutduy, October ;Jmi, issued his proclamation for tbe elccttca
in this constituency. He sets the
ilnto for nomination at October IH,
ami polling on November 12.
The issuance of the writ lias been
delayed by the absoitit*-. impossibility
of getting voters'' lists either from
tin* provincial, secretary or from the
local collectors    of voles.     Notably
  ihis the ease in concoction   witii
the ltevelstoke and Kaslo ridings.
I 11 is the .statutory duty of the returning; ollicer to go over tno lists
! and fix pulling places no that proper
facilities will t-e ffiven all electors to
record their votes, the statute re-
ciuiring him to apportion no more
than 3l)W voters at the most to any
one polling booth- This work could
not be done until the lists were
available, imd for some reason the
provincial government completely fell
down in supplying these.
However- by dint of much wiring
.-uul writing, the. polls have at last
lieen fixed, and a complete list   is ap-
The proclamations will he mailed
tomorrow, fouj: of them to nverv noil-:
Iti-g place, uf which there are 132 In
tlie constituency. These will reach!
their farthest destinations and bei
■lostoti in about seven days. After
(•hat s clear days are required by
statute belore polling, ahd these days ]
will Imve elapsed in time to hold tlie I
nomination     at    the    Nelson    court h   i rvv
•se on October 18. (petition! have hiilitN'liowiTSoit de-
Followina   the    nomination,      the |C|dnn ~n<\ have found   t-lmt Miss Rose
10' (iasliill  wins lirst pri/.e and  Ib^igias
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|   THE HERALD'S CUMPETiriON
Messrs.    Klwell, Ityan ami liiinliui
j llli- Judges in    llie llt'ialil ('.-.-sav I'uni-
R3VL ESTATE
CRAN IROOK. B. C.
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l REAL   INSURANCE I
FIRE,  LIFE,  ACCIDENT
AND  SICKNESS
THATS ALL
ARNOLD & ROBERTS _
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Family   Groceries
Jit.imii ballots requited will hai-
be printed, numbered, made up in
books ami stamped bv ihe returning
officer; They eannot be prepared before haiittl for lurbt up to tbo Inst
day it will be uncertain who are ae-
lually in th,- (ietd. An accident
ini'ht put one of the three out of
tin- running, or a fourth mit*bt apl»ar
..i the last moment. In tbat case
ihe size, shape ami form of ihe ballots would he altered.
Allowing three dnys for the printing ami two days for stamping aud
preparing the pa dads ior each of the
133 deputies, fifteen days will remain
t« gel the ballots, boxes and o'her
supplies uut to Uie various polling
hlaCes so that the deputies will have
them, ns required, two days before
the poll.
Kor the returning ofllcer to cover
ihe district in that- time, swearing in
and instructing deputies nnd deliver-
in^ the boxes, will be a pretty stifi
[till. Hut .John Keen says be will do
it ii it possibly ran It* dc*w; ami
tln.se who know him have confidence
that   he     will accomplish  his heavy
held .
.oils
ue tu
     city (5
Hiding—Uossland city
iiel a I
.ess (I.
i   Itnni
-> would till a
Iml Hint onr
and ii sun liy
UOJDS
DELIVERED
ll tfoodx dellveroi
PROMPTLY
promptly,   Telephone
I'MONI-
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J.  HANN1NG TvS,Jj
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* ENGAGEMENT   RINGS I
Wele.ve j„-t ive.l
ENGAHEMENT 3INC8, »*\
fl  $10.03 TO $50.00,
ICntiv.   I'iriniornl  timl   l'
oinldnations:
mhi niter Kollmlm.   <
»l-' me verv ronwinnhli
appl
uwn a-o-ot-tnieiit of
in M uml is karat,
with l>iatiiond ntul
ail,   Piunioml ainl
llUi llie miieli
nr prices   on  tliflPQ
places where
ne as follows:
1.   Nelson     Uiding-Nel
polls.)
■:.   Rossland
3, Cranbrook Hiding— Yafck, .Moyie
Cranbrooki (5 polls) Marysville, Kimberley. Kort Steele, Kort Steele .lune-
Wasa, Wattsburg, .Mayook,
Wardncr. WycMffe, Kingsgate.
I. Culumbia Ridintt: Faiinuount,
Ath.timer, Wiltm-r, Windermere, tra-
leua, Hug Halicb, Gulden, I'altiser,
Pinid, Thumler Hill, Heaver, Rogers
I'.iss, Brisno.
ii. Fernie Hiding: Jaflray, Klko,
Monissey Mines, Coal Creek, Ferule
i,l polls) Fernie West, Hosmer, Spar-
wood, .Miehel, Carbonado, Klkmouth,
McGillivray, Crows Nest, Haynes
Lake.
li.   Kaslo Kiding:    Ainsworth, Kas-
ln (U ihHIsi Whitewater, l.ardo, Pop*
(lerrard    Trout Lake, Ferguson,
Nilwr Cup   Mine, Rlondel, CrawtoiM
Revelstoke Riding: ltevelstoke,
polls) Hig Bdtly, Clan William, j
Oreeley Creek, Albert Cattvon, II-
'leeillewaet, (ilaeier, Rogers Pass,
Three Mile Hoard, Wigwam, Twenty
Mile Hoard, Halls Lauding. Arrowhead, Coma pi ix, Ronton, Cam-borne,
Irii.len.t Hav, llalevon, St. Leon,
I'lngaton t'reek, French Creek. SmtHi
Cn-ek, Howiiie Cni-k. Strawberry
Kbits.
h. SI,H*an Ridiii"—Winlaw. Shram
Silierton, New Denver, Itosi'bpry,
Sandon. Three Forks, Meduiitan, Na-
.usp. Murton. Deer Park.
II, Vmir Ridintr-Fairv-M'W. Silver.
King Mine, Vmir, Salmo, Arlington
-)neen_Mine, Fmitvnle, Waneta,
Stuart the sfCntrd prize, anil if tfn»c
younc iieople will call at tin" Herald
oitiiv th.- prizes will bi' paid t-o them.
There were quite a number of competitors, many of which were roihI,
but the Herald may say tliat it
thoroughly coincides wiih lhe tk'tri-
Sion of the indues. Following are
the two prize essays: '    .
CRANHRUOK, U. (.'.
(Hy Miss Hose fiaskill.)
In a picturesque and fertile valley
l>inn* between the ltoe\y and Pill'ccll
mountains, is the rapidly growing
•ity of Craimroo)-. Ten years a*go
iomc pruspi-ctors came across this
ipot and were greatly impressed by
the beautiful valley ami scenery surrounding it. A town was located
which has now become a eity of over
3,000 inhabitants. ,
Cranbrook is over Iwo thousand -1*1
feet above sea level. The elimate is
perfect. hi winter ihe snow is
liglit, sprint; opens early, the summers are pleasant. Cranbrook is
noted (or its bracing climate arid nlmost continual sunshine.
As a fruit growing country iti has
been proved a success, aiso an Ideal
garden spot.
It is noted for the rich mines in
ihe surrounding mountains, and the
ureal forests of pine, Iir and tamarack.
Cranbrook is an important railway
center, ami is supplied with an excellent water and electric light system.
The whole district, and citv is con. |
neeted with the best of tele|>hone service.
The chief industries arc niinin-** and
lumber! mi.
The .schools are spoken nf with
pride and have a lartre attendance.
There are manv beautiful homi*s
and many pleasant peonle to welcome
von. dne and all. to our charming
little eity.
CRANBROOK.
(By Douglas Stuart
Mine,
{ W. H. WILSON. .
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,le»'el*r and 2
KrndiiMe Opllclim   Z
gnvwatd.   Trail (- „„ns) c>a**tY^af
/Innn Cirr-k, Ornnllc. Slocan .I™-
inn, M(wwnml, Nfedlrs, Willow
"'■" ' t,hI.',"1'   '•okntiif,    l»root-r,
nrichsrtu, Sifdar, Creston KttchHwr
Rilclisnn, H'mtloy, Uric.
TIIK ClYMNASiiM.
f,rsi"'w3"t"'"i WiM .'"* (>lK'm,,   •*«
nrsi  week    in   November      ArmtMr».
I.U' alt   (-!„,. for tlio comton wtn-
^%.a^te-Q?i*-£|
Cranbrook is the com mere In I enter
of South Kast Kootenai, lt has
if tbe llnest townsllcs in llritish
olumbia, bcinc sltilntnl on a prairie
land with a line of low well-wooded
h lis encircling it. During tho last
nine or ten years Cranhrook hns
been growinc rapidly until todav she
has q population of over .'{,5011 in-
habitants. Cranbrook Is the divisions] point of the Crows Nest
branch of the Canadian Pacific railwav between Medicine Mat and Kootenay Landing. Tliere has been a
fine brick hnnk. a large and splemli*
government building recently erected
ami building in general has been g-oina
on faster this vear than anv other
(n the history of Cranbrook.
Among the principal industries of
the district surroundim, Cranbrook
are (timbering, minim; and agriculture. Lumlierin^ is carried on ex-
tctrofveh" around Cranhrook, as the
timber is uood and there nre many
mills. Mining is an even more successful Imhisfrv, as lhe surrounding
mountains yield eoal, gold, silver,
nnd manv other minerals in abundance,
Agriculture js carried on in this
dis-trict witb great success, as Iruit
ami vegetables urow we-1 in the
soil that is found in the valleys of
this district. I
SMITH CURTIS IN TOWN
K   IlKflRKTS     Till'.    I'USTl'ON-
MKNT OK THK KI.KCTIOS.
Smith Curtis, lhe Liberal candidate
for this riding, arrived in the city
Sundav and lefl on Monday (or
.Movie. Mr. Curtis reports very sue.
eesslul meetings at Coal Creek, New
Michel aud llostnei, at all wbick
places b,' lias received the most encouraging pledges of support from
both business and working men.
Tbe charge that he deluvud or
Wished to delay the election date
liii characterizes as absurdly false,
.ind that it mast be so to the
(tliowleilgo of the iiartv managers
and press making it. Mr. Curtis
hoped the date would not be later
than November 3rd, and asked the
returning officer not to defer it later
if il could be avoided, but after Mr.
Curtis' departure front Nelson, tho re-
tin fiJMLr officer, Mr. -John Kees, in
whose, hands- the matter lies entirelv,
has found it neecssarv to further
postpone the date to November 12th
to enable liim lo cover the m.nou or
7(1,000 square miles embraced in the
Kootenay district, aird the first intimation Mr. Curtis had of the later
date was after the proclamation was
issued. Mr. Curtis has not blamed
iml does not blame the provincial
authorities on account of the voters'
li«ts being delayed. He is satisfied
uo election can be held in Ko-*tenay
unless the retumiim ollicer is ap-
-tolnted at least sixlv -days before
nnllih't dav. In this case dissolution
was decided unon on the 18th of Se-n-
lembcr ami the retiirninir oHiocr au-
■miiitrd on the 18th, receiving his
writ for the election al Nelson on
the 28tll of September.
Mr. Curtis recrets the postponement
is much as any one and has never
■eared what the resnli would he    on
the 2*11h of OcIoIhm* lid the election
h-ave then lwen held
MR.    (JOODKVK     AND MR.   MAC
DONALD ADDRESS THK
AUDIENCE.
Ilie 1 onserv.itivts oi Craubrook had
ruiising mcettiu' last Friday evening at the Auditorium. The occasion was the visit of A. S. Qoodpvc
Conservative e*ttdidate for the K<mj-
tenav constituency fur the Du.iiinion
house.
The stage of the
fibeatrti waj: Ueautilullv
decorated     with    iL^s.      the    portraits of   the King   and Queea ;,nd (
painted legend, the handiwork ut    H.
II. Short, reading:   "Horik-D-Goo-Jevc
and a White UritLsii Culumbia."     On
the slafce    were   O. T. Ruarr-;, who
acted as chairman.     .1. A. Harvey,
K.C, (ieorge II. Thompson, cm s.,ii-
citoi, W. H. McFarlune. L». .1. Jobii-
■ion, besides I'. R. Macdonald. mayor
of Ros-daud and Arthur S. Goodeve.
the Conservative eandidate.     As   tne
drop scene   went     up loud aui   prolonged    ehtvr.s 'greeted Mr- tloodcve,
and as -soon as these subsided. Chairman Rogers, in a few brief and   well
cboM«n remarks, introduced Mr. IV R.'
Macdonald,  and     invited anv  representative of Mr. Smith Curtis       to
iconic to The platform.     Mr. Moodon-
ild in opening bis remarks said   th.it
he audience before bim war. the Int-tt-
'St  that  he had addrossod  since    tbe
|enmpaign oitened .md stated that   he
was there in the intenst.- of tile Coir
servntlvo  party   and    Mr  (l.H*ie*e. |
Mr. Mnodonald went on   to sav that
'he Conservative partv were (ifchtlmi
the greatest political battle     in   the
bisiorv of   the Dominion and    then
loitcliod on Mr. Ooodevc's rreord during 1901     aud   1002, and   the Btato-
uents made by Mr. Curtis as to his
Mr. Ooodeve) having lured detectives
from   the United states, whicli statements he branded as [alseh-sHlv     instated that Mr. Ooodevc did not ,\n-
uoint any detectives    or even special
constables.     The speaker touched on
he    Alien   Labor     Act and claimed
thai it was not enforced in Rossland
during the lockout.    He *poke     ,+
tht; Asiatic (|iicstioii which he designated ns   the most important feature
before the people ol Canada     today
The chairman thui  Intmducod   Mi
OoodeVe, who was rccoivrd with loud
and prolonged cheers.      ii-.dure       tlu
i-beers  had   subsided   Mc.i-   Grade Me
Farlane,  daintily sfceuppd ufKtu     Mm
»tngo    and   present-si    \\r    Ooodevi
with n    hotiouet of   white Kites and
maiden bait fern, which was ffeeived
by tbe speaker   with   the usual   tribute to juvenile feminine baimtw, Mr
'Ooodeve     then made    the statement
that- Canada was on the wrge ••£ Uw
greatest political struwlq iu her history, if not in the history of       tt*
llritish Empire.    Mr. Ooodeve  went
on to explain that he would not have
accepted tho nomination unlets b-*- had
been allowed to have his own way <-n
the Oriental question.       Mr.  Borden
bad plnlgcd himself io appoint an in-
depenrtenf enmmiss-fon on    this question if his partv   was returned. Next
•ie spo1 e   of   the Lemieux Act    and
clause    200 of   the     Railway    Act.
louchin-r on the     welfare of tbe railwav men and how thev were discriminated against.    On the subject      of
Better Terms for     British Columbia,
Mr. Ooodeve made the statement that
British Columbia  was asking       for
not-hlnx   but   ber    rtehts    and that
■'western men never asked a favor."
Mr. Ooodeve spoke of   the postponed
election which he considered uan'-ccs-
sarv. which he branded as a ins'ilt to
the electors.     He spoke      in       the
kindest of terms of Sir Wilfrid Laurier personally, though he blamed  Mm
for having some bad followers. After
sneaking about an hour Mr. Goodeve
f;Ios--d and was loudly applauded.
MISREPRESENTATION    IS   MET
BY TIIK LEADER'S STATEMENT.
51 ».M K
FACTS    FOR CRANBROOK
RAILWAY  MEN.
Wh.
1:
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ay uijdil .it tbe oper-j house he made
evernl reckless statements, but none
reckless and devoid of truth      au
ie cm   (o ti"' cQcet thnt   the Laur-
iei govemmeol bad turned down   the
application of the railwaj  delegation
lo have the   railwaj act ■■-■ amended
iimi railwaj employes would not    bo
classed as i rlminals in case    of   an
accidenl  ':i.i!   was unavol table     The
-(..timent   w. s  »o partisan and     to
i.i.'.,::   fspM'i.nlv  Inteoded  to    appeal to the railway   |>opulation      oi
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CRANBROOK CITY BAND
Mr. t.'orrison, the new bniwlmaster
tf the Cranhrook city band, arrived
from Sarnia, <>nt-, on Sunday. He
took charge of the band on Monday
eveninc, and proposes t*i glvo a hand
concert every week so long as thc
weather keeps favorable, to make up
to some extent the concrrts that
were missed through the departure of
Mr. Austin to take charge of the
Vernon hand- Mr. Corrison is a
man of eenial personnlftv, and Is
''there with tbe ((nods," and the band I
boys are looking forward with plen-
suro to •hard work during the winter,
urd. all going well, promise tp the
teople nf Crnnbrook n band next summer that will hold its own against*
ill comets.    Th"- next concerl    will
held on   Tuesdav evctiin-g, Oetoher
llth.
MR. BOWSER IN THE EAST
\  UKTTKR     PLACE    FOR THAT
GENTLEMAN TO TALK ABOUT
ASIATIC IMMIGRATION.
Mr. Dowser in talking throughout
ihe cast rises to great heights when
he talks about Japanese immigration
and what the Conservative party in
British Columbia is doing to make a
"white British Columbia." In bis
■tpcech at Toronto recently the attorney-general nf this province, talking
,o the lahor men, said;
"As I came east I saw gangs of
men working on the railway between
Kenora and Port Arthur, Everyone
was ,i Japanese. Let every man
who wishes Canada to remain an
\n*glo-Sitxon country ta'-c warning by
ilu* Asiatic ipiestion."
That sounds noble and patriotic,
md yet it is twenty to one that Mr.
Dowser was riding on a pass furnish-
•d bv the C.P.R., th»* company that
miployed the Japanese, and that the
industrial audience of laboring men
did not know that it Ihis been stated
time and again thai the contract
lK-twecn the Japanese immigration
agency and the corporations that Mr-
d ihem, which provided for such an
Influx <>f Asiatics into Canada was
Irawn in Mr. Bowser's office by
either Mr. Bowser or his partner. It
is no wonder tbat Mr. Bowser is
•sent to the far east in this cam-
>aign, where he can be kept too busy
to iiH-et Duncan Ross on the stump
to meet this charge publicly made
iuramii"o to the effect Uut the act
van mm-nik-d, which was a-g-nin denied
ij Mi Uoodevi Mr. Murph) lUn
.tti ui •;.- -' and went home L'hu
rntny M: OooIt ■■■ was anxious i-u meet Mr. Mutpb) aud stated
tti.it he ii .-■ ox bim In tore he lett
town, and later met him. "1 believe
ii i \i Vlurpu) that both ol us were
right Mi    M..:_::   re] lied ;>\  sav-
i     that I uth Hi'h  not in;lit
D J  "i.   u.i-   tutu and
I   -Iui   ■- ■;       It,-  rurthi I   lol I
liuv-ovte ihat ii    the Liberal     pari)
■■' re  .'-■<■   -   >  ■ igh io ha-e    cir-
lUied in       alh Red report
i\ Hanvj lull,
i.«* railwaj mea'a representA-
tive al Ottawa that was absolutely
false, th'*n the railway men wanted tu
ehi ■■•. ii And o i tbe other hand it
;.• t'onserrative party were slating
hat this act had not been aiuende-4
Alien they knew that it had, ttut the
*aUwaj men wanted to kao-a that
, -■ It van tma.iv dceitled to have
, telegram sent to Mr, Burden by
©me one in town, a> Mr. Goodeve
iuuid t-'-t k- here and Mr. Murphy
vu to -'-\ c ^■"'>^ "t the telegram,
and tti-- querv was sent by Mr.
Graie, of the Prospector, Following
is tht- answer:
St. Catherines, Oct. 5, ihOs.
Ui   Grace, Cranbrook, B.C.%
Telegram received. It was amended so a» tu take away any criminal
.lability for negligence unless wilful.
I urged' ibis amendment upun the government and when tl t afterwards Introduced it we all aUongl) -iijvorted
R, L. B.-rden.
The real facts are that in the
movement on the part of the railway men there w^s uo politics. The
dcle-ntt-ion that went to Ottawa
was composed of members ol both
arties, .,nd the only object thev had
in view was to haw the act so
ami tided .*••. to throw uut the criminal clause. VOion thej got there
each member naturally tnst interviewed tlie member from his constituency, and then saw Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, the head of tbe government,
rhen they went to Mr. Burden. as
leader ot The opposition. Tbey told
tlm what Mr. Laurier had consented
ii do, and Ml Borden honestly and
fran-Jy repHed "Whatever Sir Wil-
rid has said be wilt do, you can de-
.K-rid       upon    it."      This was
the tribute Mr. Borden paid to    Mr.
Laurier, and vet Mr. Ooodeve, hoping
to make political capital m a railway
town. si<w-d on the   platform before
an intelligent    audience hi Cranhiook
,iinl deliberately >i<-nii tbat the committee war* unable iu secure any   re-
lr*-*«s from    'in* Laurier government.
Ihi.-. is ,;.,  kind of a campaign   that
*his gentleman    is carrying on from
One end •>( the district to the other,
ami ,t is going to   prove a   terrible
noomerong to bun before election day.
ft   i*; a  weli known fact that     there
was nu question about the amcndmeni
alter tlw     details    hml been settled,
and n waa supported b)  thc    metn-
in-is i.i   both   parties   Without       a
thuuglit ot polltici      It had to      be
lefl to such men aa Mr. Ooodeve   to
misrepresent  iin-  wfiole matter    and
efideavoi    to malgc   pollttoal capital
out "I ,i proposition thai ■boukl never
have    been   mentioned In .* political
campaign.
CHIEF PENNYQCTCK'S FUMBftAL
The funeral of the late Chief
Peiiny-'iiiek, of the Fernie police force.
took place this morniii'at IUM
from the umlertakinir parlors of W.
It. Ileattv, the Rev. FtewelUng con-
dnctiiiLf the service, The casket was
•ovet'ul with the Union Jack and the
service was conduced in the presence
uf piaetieallv ;ill the ex-inembers ol
the It.N.W.M.P. in town The ikiII
bearers were Chief Dow. of the city
nolice, K. R. Morris, of the provincial force, A. Ward, J. Angers, A.
Morris and Veterinarv Inspector R '
M. Nyblett, of Medicine Hat.
COUNCIL MEETING
A meeting of the council was
laid last evening in the council
chamber. There were present His
Worship Mayor Fink and Aldermen
Ryan, Henderson, Hunt and Johnson.
The minutes of previous meeting
were read and adopted.
A communication from Harvey, Mc.
Carter A- Macdonald, re the claim
of K. Stewart, re scavenger work
last vear was referred to the city
solicitor with power to settle.
Accounts amount ing to $2604.95
were ordered paid.
Alderman Hunt inquired as to the
amount received from road tai and
on the motion of Alderman Ryan,
, which Alderman Hunt seconded, the
eity e'erk was instructed to publish
a notice re the road tax in one issue of eaeh Cranbrook paper.
The council adjourned at 10-45 p.ai.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF CRANBROOK
ROAD TAX BY-LAW
ol
As-
U-
and
Public ttol/tco is hrreby Kit-en tbat
ilir provftfiottfl iii this liy-l.au are to
lie "trk'tly falyrcod.
Evory mail.- fi.-rsi.ti n-stfliir- Ior not
less  Uwn    in days within tlic    city
lilnils, ami U'iti-- tK'twtt'n tlic ac
:'! ami 60 yens, unless:
(a)   Hi- is assess**] upon t<li«
si-ssludit  I!"ll    nf   Mie City,
(Ii)   Is   tlio linlilrr ol a Trade
icnae.
Stall pal  Hi.' sum nl UM ...   .*.
lor liis    Ho.nl    Tai lor the cutHOt
-ar, i-illier   to   tin- I'lrief i.i Police
: to llie unik-rsifrnwd.
Persons iiavm-   liiis lax bolorp Uio
„l   ..I   this miralli, shall be entitled,
iijiiiu uuikiijL; tlu.-     int-essafy declura-
. io Iran' ins name placed   upon
flu- Municipal Voters List lor       th*
vear 1909.
Tboinas M.  P.obi-rts,
City Clerk.
City   Clert's   Ollice.    Octolier    8th,
1908. 29-lt, THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
$2.00 A  VIS Alt
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Limited.
THK   PAVEK   THAT   IS   READ   BY   THE   I'KOULE
0(T(HIKIJS ,   J908
The Herald U worth Sin a year, it
cosU only $2. No man in South
K.t.si Kootenay can afford tu be without it, ami everyoue living outside »l
t-he district,, who is inu-iesied iu lbe
progress of this suction, should read
n. it publishes llie news while it »-■
news. It is coutrolifd absolutely hy
lhu publishers, No clique, party ot
iudivtdual dictates lis policy. It
don't try lo please the people. Us
desire is to publish a newspaper that
will be u credit to Hie community.
Send In your subscription and you
will hv thankful ever afterward,
Advertising rates Sl per inch per
month, nu more uud no less.
Reading matter 13 cents per line
iu non-advertisers; Hi cents per Hue
in regular advertisers,
If you desire tu reuch the people ol
South Kast  Kootenay yuu musl   atl-
vet Use   in Tlie  lleralil.
Hie I lei a lil bas a first class ml,
plant, ami lis work is of ttie best.
The Herald don't want charity. It
wants a sijunre deal on your job
work. If we can't suit you in quality and price, kick, and send your
work to some ('heap John house in
Ihe east that never spends a ecu! iu
Crunbrook.
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Thlsisllio vniiranlifd circulation of Die llernld
I'niHH room iiiid nulif-crip-
ti-ni lif-ii opuu to inviwtithi-
tton tiy ntlvertlserfl »i any
lime.
Tlie Herald ^Iveti a ilollni
in value fnr a dollar in money. The advertiser tuu ilia
riKlo to know wlmt he te
receiving for Iii- money.
Tlu; Herald h "lie pupui
thai court-) iuvetiLltlutiliiuii.
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CIRCULATION STATEMENT
I, I''. K. Simpson, manager ul the
Cranhrook Herald, du hereby state
that the pressman's hooks show, and
that I wave every reason lo believe
Ihat tlie circulation of the Herald fur
the past three mouths has been
18 IU copies, divided as follows:
Issue ol June 4 ..  1,175
issue of June 11  1,16ft
Issue of June 18 1,160
Issue of June 25  1,176
Total	
.1,680
Issue ol .inly 2 ... „
Issue ol July 9	
Issue ol .luly 10 	
Issue ol -luly 23	
Issue ol -Inly ,10	
...1,184
... .1,159
...1,171
...1,175
...1,200
Total .luly 	
....5,895
Issue ol August li ...
Issue of August 13 ...
Issue ol August 20 ...
Issue ol August 27 ...
...2,000
...2,500
...1,200
...1,194
Total August  6,894
Issue of September 8  1,225
Issue ,if September 10,  ...1,300
Issue ol September   IT 1,200
Issue of September 2Ti.. ,,2,000
Total September    5,035
Total for three months, 16,414. or
nn average of (1,138 copies a month.
Subscribed and sworn to before uie
ibis "3th day of September, l!")K, »t
1'ranhrook, H. C.
John Hutchison,
A notary public in nod (or the County
of Kootenay,  llritish Columbia.
**>» .-ttijI-St^J) 3-a-*l*lf.!;c;c*:St-t.;t--^C---
I OBSERVATIONS   \
it HV  THK  OLD  MAN 5
It |s now time fot all doubters as
io whether or not the railway act
was mi amended by the l.aur
i-innieiii ns in rive tb
irlor kdv-
npl
is
id.i
all
lirm
-<U>
othei eiti/en ot
i halt in iheir con-
the government. Mr.
■ ibe mistake ot his
llfe whoii be ntteryd such reckless
-latcment*. on       the    platform in
I'nihbrook, and one that will lose
him manv votes. The railwav men
of Cranbrook believe in a square deal.
Thej are loyal lo their own interest*;
ami their own brotherhoods, but they
dislike io he considered easv prey to
anneals to prejudice and rank misre-
nresentatton. Manv believed what
Mi. Goodeve said last Friday night
and were rlffhtously Indignant iu
eonsetjitence. Now ihat Mr. Horden
has made a statement as to the
real facts, it leaves Mr. Ooodeve iu a
most unenviable position. It pays to
be honest, even in politics.
Wb,ii is tbe use of sending out
coimuunicatlons to the Nelson Conner-
vntivc paper  abuiit the Curtis meeting
iSIft WILFRID WOULD FINISH HIS WORK
Not many years now remain
to me. The snows of winter
have taken the place of spring,
hut, however 1 mav show the
ravages of time, mv heart sMH
remains young, and 1 feel that
I have as much strength as
ever fur tlw service ol my
country. In spite ot my sixty
vears, oi which so much has
been spent in the service ol
the Dominion, I am sure that
soma time remains (or me vet
to oppose those sinister oom-
l-inations, and especially have
I a tooth for the unholy alliance between the Castors and
the Conservatives. Our
greatest work for the advancement of ''unada is the construction of the Orand Trunk
Paoifio, which means w much
tor our country's future, and
with which I hope tm name
will be ehieflv associated. The
moro we know about this line
the more wc see its advantages
to Canada. In fact, its axt-
vantages are alreadv hrinft
felt, as even now it is taking
ils nart In the transportation
of tho western wheat crop.
Within two years we shall see
lilts line running from Moncton
to Winnipeg, oneiriue up traffic
tn new empires of the north,
where generations vol to eome
will tie able tn settle and make
their livelihood. I tell vou iu
nil sincerity that I want to
carry (he coming nenernl election in order lo finish Ihis
meat work, and when it is
competed I shall lie content
to sav with the nrophftt of
old: "Lord, now let Thv
servant   depart    In pence."—
The Premier at Sorel.
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being a frost and the Ooodeve meeting au enthusiastic success. The
facts are both meetings were well attended, all the speakers were given
.in excellent hearing and each of Ihe
■gatherings might Ire considered a
political success. This thing ol
writing such stuff does not, no witb
the modern day person. They keep
nosled on political matters and cannot be so easily fooled.
What is a political organ, pa?
My child, a political organ is a paper
Ihal is dictated to absolutely by
nartv, that says all things done by
ibe opposition is wrong and everything done by Us own party perfectly rieht, that it- is a crime to
allow ;i line in favor of any individual on the other side in the paper,
and tnrUicTmore, my son, H is a
impel without welj-Jit nr influence in
the community.
It is time for Mr. Ooodeve to accent the persistent Invitation of Mr.
Curtis to meet in joint debate. The
voters want fair play anil as Mr.
Ooodeve is conceded to he one of thc
hest platform speakers in British
Columbia, whv is it that he refuses
to meet Mr. Curtis?
Mr. Curtis and Mr. Ooodeve were
In Hosmcr the same night. and
there was an excellent opportunity
lo have a join! debate, but as Mr.
Ooodeve had lhe hall be would onlv
permit Mr. Curtis to speak thirty
minutes, which was manifest lv unfair. Later when the great bulk of
the crowd had gone to the Curtis
mil leaving Mr. Ooodeve with a
•omparativelv small audience, an
igi-nt hurried to Mr. Curtis and consented to an h-mir. hut as the crowd
had ga-tbered lo hear Mr. Curtis it.
wns too late.
The targe form of Mr. P. R. Maedouald will not hide Mr. Goodevc's
labor record.
In laying the corner stone of the
new Calgary p moral hospital, nothing
was overlooked that could add to the
knowledge of past ages bv those who
come after. A copy of the New
Testament and the Eye Opener were
deposited under the stone.
The Conservatives are to he admired for their courage. Thev know
that Ihev are defeated in this district
nnd in the Dominion, and vet they
keep on endeavoring io show a hold
inud.
flic Lemieux Act is   not perfect bv
V means, but   it is   the first step
made in Canada for legislation        in
fnvor of the laboring man.
The Conservatives* botlflht a   paper
Nelson, bought a home for       the
paper, and fitted up club rooms like
a I ace.      That is the  proper wav
to nm     campaign if you have    the
monev.
The Spokane fair was a success in
the wav of stock exhibits, frtlH dis-
olnvs and central arrangements, Including Hie airship.
wori. i
eels and
center   i
ibe way oi clearing
draining the swamp
i    the town.
The Liberal government is ihe one
tbat has .shown itself lu tie practical
in handling tbe Chinese question, and
ha-- virtual!) closed tbe gutK against
iiii*. kind of immigration with its
head tax ol $600,
unit*.
th  Cut Us
i uii.    Imi
li    l brought
• wage-earner
*. ui lis is ibe
t him at Ottn
uonseq nonce,
latum ami coc
is n
holding
aining
; onlv
pldlj
ul Uie Kootenays
i.s convinced that
best man to rcpre-
fa and is for him
Slanders, wlsropro-
icd np applause
lloodevc meetings are proving
failure In Una campaign. Mr.
i uitis Is talklu-g straight business,
and the voters appreciate this fact.
h Borden hi
election   may
.Nothing else
man knows
Ooodevu,
B a cinch tlte postponed
save    Mr.   Ooodevc
un save him, and uo
it better than      Mr.
Where is all the money coming
irom to buv up papers to advertise
tlto Conservative cause irom Um; Atlantic to the Pacific. There must
he some strong reason for this sudden
desire of Conservatives to get into
ji an nali.sm, and what corporations
are to he so greatly benefited l>y a
Conservative victory? Money makes
things livelv in an election and
surely the Conservatives seem to
have plenty for one of the most active campaigns ihev have ever put up
iu lhe west.
The Cranhiook hotel keeps ou
improving in appearance. A solid
plate glass front is the latest move
to make this hotel more attractive,
Keep
your
There
suspenders buttoned,
S   no use of getting
excited.
Mr. Ooodevc's explanation of the
charge that Ite appointed specials
during the lockout in Uossland was
llowerv and perfect in rhetoric, but
failed lo explain.
Keep boosting the great valley.
.I.U'KKAY
TO  KOBLIN.
Kl-M'I.IKS
Iinan's chance
verv dav.
gtowlntt better
i tie Liberal convention at New
Wesimin»l«r .lardIne got 12-t votes
ami Kennedy got 23,     It wns "1, 2,
iro " for . I ant I no, and "23 skldoo'1
of  Kennedy.
lu his address to tbe electors nl
West As-sinibolfl in the campaign of
1MB the   late Nicholas Flood   Davln
ijd: 'Wc have a rich country in
Western Assiniboia, hut its wealth
bas not vet heen made available,
mainly because of the utter want "f
orlirlnalitv of   mind that has charae-
rlwsl the management of the
department of   the interior iu      tho
a-st "       That was a Tory's opinion
( T. M. Dnlv's administration of the
uterior department.    Mr. Dal-  is   ■,     Mil   DAVIDSON WILL RPRAK
■lndid-.te for    the Conservatives   atl   w.  Davidson,  the    Socialist onndt-
bhe present time and is mentioned as  ,h,te for tbls riding, will speak      in
itch*.tn he minister   of   the Interior Crnnbrook next  Mondav   nieht,   Oo-
f-Mr   Horden is returned to power.   ,tolmr   13th,   nt  8   p.m. in Carmen's
n    *"*""\i    ■     , I'*--      Tm' ot,,Pr '''"didates or their
Vlderman Ityan   as the head of the  re-iresetftnttves are Invited In attend
heei committee, has done some ex- U|1,j participate in   ibe discussion.
Toronto, Out., Oct. 3.—The following is included in Senator Jaff ray's
reply to Premier Koblin's charges re-
gawllng tbe Crows Nest coal lands:
"The Dominion government never
owned an acre of these lauds, ami
therefore could nol grant them to
anybody, and had no power over the
granting or withholding of Ihem,
The British Columbia Conservative
"overnment in 1MW granted lands to
lbe extent of 2U,uftu acres per mile,
to aid in the construction of the
Crows Nest and Kootenay railway
company, subsequently renamed the
British Columbia Southern Railwaj
eompanv.
"Col. .lames Bakor, a well known
Conservative of British Columbia,
was tlie most active spirit in the
eompanv and from the time of tbe
LTani, went round the financial
world, endeavoring to interest capitalists in the project. He went to
England and thc United States, nud
particnlarlv endeavored to interest. .1.
.1. Uill, president of the Oreat Northern.
"Later he approached the management or the Canadian Pacific and for
three years was iu negotiations with
them with a view to their taking it
up. llis efforts were without success.
''Some one then sent him to Senator Cox, 181'". The concession was
in such a position that the coal lands
could be earned by the construction
of Lho Hue from Coal Creek to the
United States border, forty miles
away. The line in that direction,
running with tlie trend of tbe valleys,
would not be anything like so costly
and enterprising us the railway
across the mountains. The market
in the United States was also more
sure, immediate and promising. Tbis
forty miles of railwav could have
been built for about $20,000 per
mile, which, according to our critics,
Is far less than the value of the
coal lands subsequently turned over
lo the Dominion government.
"Al this time the Rossland boom
was about at its height. A large
smelter had been built at Trail and
other towns were springimr un all
over wesl Kootenav. Discoveries
bad also lieen made in Kast. Kootenav.
II. was believed that tbe whole
countrv would become a scries of
mining camps, The enormous cost
of constructing the railwav across
lhe mountain ranges seemed prohibitive, however, and both Seualor Cox
(md mvself refused to lake purl in
the building of ihe forty miles to the
I nited Stales border, as tbat woihl
only    be  repeat iii"*   in   Kast Km
, the blunder which was carrying
the irad- of West Kootettnv lo Spokane and  Seattle.       We advised   I1.''
lectors of ibe railwav to resume
negotiations with  the Canadian  I'lit'i-
iiuthoriiics,   and n1 length    they
ic to itn agreement, the Canadian
Pacific purchasing the charier of the
British Columbia Southern from Ihem
Imi ,i iiiivmi nt in cash to cover the
illt-lavs of survey-., etc., .HI owing the
.ri«in;it chartei holders to receive
50.000 acres nf coal lands,
'■ll vvas onlv after the conclusion of
Ibis transaction thai Senator Cos
nil myself purchased shares in llie
uni rom nn nv. It is sometimes ro-
nres.'uted   ihal    we   are   the   wind ■
"anv. The fact is, o»r c unbilled
holdings nre n mere fraction of tbe
Whole, but as we ha'-m n lo Ie Liberal in our political leaiilacs, the
Conservative press finis »i nepessaily
lo represent it as   otherwise"
The Senator concludes wilh tbreal-
ei,i." Ietr.il action agAl'-st'any publisher of slanders in future.
HILL & COMPANY
GET CLOTHING WHEN YOU
CAN GET IT CHEAP
WE have * number of  SUITS, PANTS, SOX and HATS
that must be cleared.   We need the space and we need
the  money.    Cost is no consideration.   Look at these
prices and come in and see the goods.
Broadway Suits
REGULAR $22.00
REGULAR $18.00
REGULAR $17.50
$15.00
$12.00
$11.00
Pants
REGULAR $5.50 $4.00
REGULAR $4.75 $3.50
DON'T HAVE COLD FrET
Heavy Wool Sox for Men
HATS
$4.00 and $3.00 at $2.00 and $1,00
Of course, the 20TH CENTURY CLOTHINC is par excellence, as usual
Ladies*  Goods
Bargains every day.   See our windows for evidence of the fact
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
CREATEST STORE
cuam-:j)i
KUOM
NKI
REAL l.IKK
.SON.
Hit!
(Kr-ini Nelson Liberal.)
SCKNK   I.-Ou tlie Street.
Liberal   Elector—Well, how's
battle KoingV"
Wm. Irvine (Acting chief of A. S.
Ooodevc's local forces)—Good,
couldn't he belter. Cur lb* hasn't a
chance."
L. E.—"Think so? llm, we'll see.
Hul hmv about the Dominion" How
bin a mnjoi'itv ilu you concede Laur-
with
W. I.—"Majority! Nothing ol the
sort.    It will be a straight Conserva-
s sweep."
scene    IL—dn conference
Liberal Leaders.)
Smith Curtis—"You see, gentlemen, it is absolutely impossible to
bull) tlie election on October 26Ui."
W. r.—"Jfo, I don't sir. I •believe
it can he lield on October 'Mi if you
want to have It then. If you don't,
it is only lo Ret an unfair advufttuirc.
A delay would he disastrous for us.''
s. C—"You think n delayed elec-
iii ii is what I want?"
u. I --"i certainly do."
S. ('.—Tlinl means \-m cntieede Ibe
Liberals »r« koIiik '" carry the Hum-
IS; settlers;
ic)   Date of lirst settlement;
(d) First -schools, lirst churches
and clergymen, lirst mayors and
members of council;
(e) Ejhiehs of development aud
causes brielly statied;
if) Anv outstanding feature or
event in the history of thc place's
growth;
in) Origin of the name of plaee;
reasons it was given, etc
If there are any "old-timers" in
vour vicinity with whom it might he
nf advantage to communicate in regard lo the early days, I shall lie
greatly obliged to you if vou will
forward me a list of their names.
I should like lo get from them,
il possible, portraits of early settlers,
buildings, fairs, banquets or any
sirikint: incidents in connection with
tlie i.Ul times. I should also like lo
Imve the name of a plmtographer from
whom I could huv recent photographs of interest.
i.uil-
; a Canadian record, if it
is allowed to stand, Was made by
Francis MeConnell, an old CnwltrooV
Ikc at New Westminster, last week.
Nncakimr of the race the Yaiieoiivei
World says;
"The Scottish sports which const!
Hitcil ihe chief outdoor program at
New Westminster fair yesterday were
marked hv some excellent performances, but the outstanding one was tlw
Hit) yards sprint, iu whicli Francis
McCnmicli was credited hy the tjme-
kecneis with doinn ti I -a seconds.
Ferguson is another fast sprinter, but
MeConnell,   although be was hentl-en
(Lethbridge News.) ott lhe mark, had bin (paced at the
Amongst those who attended the) linish by about two and a hall
blushing and sixth annual conventional the Al-'vanls. MeConnell has never shown
-ver his condi-jhortn ami East em British   Columbia WHs puces better, and iu addition ilu
IS A GOOD FRUIT COUNTRY
WHAT OUTS1DKIIS THINK
lue excellent crops ol Iruit. Heavy
crops of stttall fruits had also bet-ti
grown, while between the rows ol
standard fruit trees, all kinds ol
vegetables were (Trowing, ll. is but
seven years since clearing was begun.
The banana crop, to which reference
is uit t'itnes ntade in the Herald,
was not iti evidence, but llie line fruit
faun uf Mr. Hamilton's showed convincingly that the district is suitable
to the prowllt of all l.imts of
hardy fruits.
Mei'OSXKI.I, lU'NS FAST
What
I -(Painfully
f loudly    lo .,
•I  believe we ean ea'riv K<«>| I ii-ss assoeintl  was !•'„ llagell, ol
tenii) ii the elect Ion is on October Uic l.otliliiidgn News, and lollowing Ib
2ti. I'm ntd saving anvihing .ibont ia sliorl resume ul the proceedings
Ilu- Dominion." I"1"1 a   few Holes on mat lers ol     In-
Sl'KXK III.—(In II. N. ollice.)       iterest:
Win.   Irvine     (to    Aid. McMorris, |   l/cnvlng l.clhlirldgo on   tbe     wcsl-
so'llo UK-el—"That was it little awk- limihd    Flyer at III   p.m, t'ranbrook
ward, wasn't it?" "  '        «as reached al B.lfl n.in. Wednesdav.
Aid.     McMorris fgliinlv)—"It was. inning the night snow had lailfli up-
fl,it 1 iinn't tblilt tier'bought'iiiui-h'un   Ijic surrounding mountains,    and
—♦—■—
iM:<ivtx('!Ai...vuniivi'k:
,t jt." the air was rather Irostv, nccpssitalr
I Ing quite brisk lommutln'n to keep
| fairly comfortable during u t<mr ol
;llie   residential   paris ol the      city.
— •■■■'     ■■■:•■■■ I Very many of   tin- citizens appear lo
In connection wi:tb the newly    or-[lake great firide iu   their home sur-
gani/ed Archives   hraneb the go-fern-.'rotiudlhgs, lawns    and flower gardens
iiieiil wishes   to nhtain   whftt    .data beliiff very general, and adding   mucli
it- enu   in   .regard   to. the foundation tu the   attractiveness      ol the city.
I gruvvth ol every settlement,  and Aller Irieiidlv   calls   at the olliees ol
town in   lljc province.'.'. What it.par-■'."Tlie     I'rosinclor"  and   tlw -'Cran-
tlcularly wished, to know.and to. re- hrook Herald" "(lid Man" Sln-pson,
»rd necurntelj* mlght..he suiiinu-il up ol llie   latter publication,-drove out
1 follows:    ... ■ I with the   visitors to a   Iruit     Inrtn
(al   Circumstances   leading  up    to belonging tn \V. Hamilton, about     a
the lirst settlement of vour town.      mile   from   lhe  city.     Here     wero
(hi
Name of founder or sl     tint men apple, pear and plum trtea, beai-ldaugbtert.
race was down bill, tin- gradient    In
In- a rait lv   appreciable une.      Still
Hie lime is luu remarkable to    leel
eon*-1 ■' Hi.it    die clocking was   nut
loo fast."
MI1S.  Ill NSMIIIl'S FISKI1A1,
The funeral ol Ibe late Mrs. .lean
Dunsmuir. Canada's richest woman.
Mm lasi Monday at Victoria, attracted a large gathering ol pioneers,
on- old man walked Irom Niinaimu
to lie present. Hun. .lames Dunsmuir, her son, who was made the de-
feiiilani in fi suit brought to ask lor
an accounting of lhe estate, whicli he
was slated lo have secured by mls-
reuresentai ions, was not expected to
he present owing lo the lamilv disagreement but at the last, minute lie
decided to attend anil broke down
during the service held at St. Andrew's church. It is understood
that the law suit started hv Mrs.
lliinsmuir will be continued   by   her
PERNIK IS ORATIIUL
llis Worship Mayor Kink has received the following resolution Irom tho
Ferine relief committee:
Moved by Mr. W. It. Ross seconded hv Mr. Thos. Blctts, The executive
committee of the Fernie District Rio
Relief fund wishes to place on record
the heartfelt gratitude of this community to the residents of the citv of
Crnnhronk for the assistance rendered during the Irving period whicli
followed Hie recent disastrous con-
MamatiiMi;
Wc arc of the opinion that this
community rests under an undying nb-
liunlion to our thouRhtful friondn
nl Cranhrook, not only for the llnnti-
rial iiid contributed bv them but also for tho hospitality extended io
our refiiLMcs in the lime of their
direful need.
Tin1 icpiitaliiui of the work performed bv Cranbrook's people in litis
connection is world-wido and we feci
ihal woiils c.iinioi adequately express
the  inaliliule  which   WO  feel   tnw.inls
iiiii hIntel citv.
FACTS ABOUT CANADA
LA DOR
"The nencial tendency ol wanes iu
innil was in a marked degree up
ward.11—Heporl ol ilepttty minist'-r of
labor.
Uuring calendar year, 11100, lT.llii
skilletl work people iii Canada ie-
eeived wane Increases ugyenal \ny,
Sll!,711 per week, with weekly decrease in hours of employment. ,o\-
p-rcgallng 7.I1R8, |
Nuinber of emploves involved in
trade disputes, ifl07, Jll.tifilt, HUUi.
2li,hi I; lHOS, 10,828.
17 strikes and lockouts, and 138
disputes, 1000,
"ifi nf the iii snt ites ended tn fnvor
of the employers, 41, employes, ^.'-l
compromised.
Reported latalihtes t-o work " ">ii|e,
limn, 1,107; 1005, 031. Injured (so
li« to impair industrial efficiency)
1006, 2,745; 1905, 2,414. TIIK   CRANK HOOK    HERALD
P 0. BOX 33
PHONE ill
 il    SOCIETY ANI) CHUKCH     |
HONEST]     ""v     |
X^aT^all^l _\ Demount Lodge No. :i:s
mifdo of pure materials, mixed KNIGHTS   of    PYTHIAS
with   skill   governwl    by   ex-' Cranbrook, B. C.
|it-i'i,'iiri'. upplit'il by thoroughly Meets everv 2nd awl 1th Tuesdav at
competent mechanics, STA""*  "    ■■' ''
PAINTED.
B. H. SHORT
Tlio Practical Painter nnd Decorator
AI1MSTK0NC1 AV15.
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V.. V. ,Johnson, C. C.
.1. I.. Walker, K. of I!. & S.
VisitltiK   brethre*  cordiili- lavll-4
lo altend.
Rambling Reveries
iim lo
His
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(1ml  uli.>l    lr
ii.I' ,1 III.'  III.
I.   .Hl.l   IMII,. is
THK
11 you stop her* once
you will look lor
the 'bus when you
visit Calgary again. „
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Proprietor ♦
QUEENS HOTEL
CAI.OAkV, AI.IU'RTA
.O.O.P.     Key Cily built
No. 41. Heen every
s?U****--*  Monday    night     at
New    Fraternity   Hall.     Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
V. S.  Liddieo.iH, Wm. Munis.
N. O. See'y,
trasSrooh i.udee. **„. .1.
'*-ffi\-'' »■ P. *«• M.
*5v/'iN*iV5*,'
Wa* *ffi& -
t\—M'/*~*   H"«alai uieetinits ..a
*.\/y Y   iht third   Thor.day
1       ol ..cry inoBth.
Visiting -ir*-lt. .ana weleoiiied
s, II. Iluskins, \1. M.
!••.. W. Cnnnqjty, secretary.
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Try a   Ca.-*e ot
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Dozen  Pints   $1.50
Ei-ual to Guinness'.   Tlm finest beverage on tho market
for family and table use,   Imparts vigor ami
health, and tones up tlie body generally
JAMES   KERRIGAN
Brewer, Cranbronk,   B. 0
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iMnnniSKSM»fiK»»BasaannBm&iH
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SaJoseph Bravilt, Proprietor!
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»»aaiaaaast^!gsstJ3®5asEiia^^MEija!SEi
g Canadian Mote
One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
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BAKER   &  BANFIELD!
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS *
Beg to announce thai Ihey are now brjen lo give'estimates
for Cjntracts. l.-i rf-e or- small. All our quotations are reasonable, anti-nothing but lirst-class work, i.'-t ns qnoto you
for your building, and compare our prices witli all Others in
town.
I'. O. Il„s 20.1 CRANBROOK AND HOSHtR
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New and Strictly I'l-stCliisn Ti:i.i:i'iinsi: 2USH
American Plan, $«..'i(l per day up
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
0HA8- IUhtnI'Y, Proprietor.
Cor. Seymour ami Oortlovit Sis.  tr M    ,-.
o „u,o. p. b. station      Vancouver, I). C.
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New Managi'inenl Improved lit livery Way     ♦
Refitted ♦
QUEENS HOTEL
Cranbrook,   B. C.
(IUST. ANDEEN, Proprietor
Our Motto : " The Hest is None Too Good."
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Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evenlfig at I
p.in., in Carmen's Hall.
Thos. Colo, W. P.
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
Visiting brethren eonliallv invited
I.OYAL, ORANOK 1,01)011, NO. Jh71
UKANHHUOK
Meet at H. ol 1,. V. Hall 2nd   anil
Ith Saturday each rmitith.
Visit iui*: brethren always wcleoui.
J. lil. tarrigan, W. M.
•lohn ftlcLiini^lilan, Hee. Sco.
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j Presbyterian Church::
t STATED SERVICES
♦ Sunday morning service at 11 ''
♦ o'clock J |
♦ Siuiday   evening    service   at ''
♦ 7.80 o'clock J |
Sunday      School   and    Bllile < •
Class at il o'clock 'l
: t
Presbyterian   Ouild, Tuesday, j >
at 8 o'clock
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X CRAMWOOK-FERNIE
|     I'AR.MERS' INSTITUTE
♦ President: t. S. (ini.
2    Sueretaiy: Onfimiu Ashworth
J Knr infntiiiHtiifii regarding Inn'ils '
X in«i   ngi'ieiilture   aiiply   to the
* ^ecielHiy, Craulimnk, It, C.
JOHN    W.   WOLF
HOOT, SHOR AND
HAK.NE.-.5   MAKER
iil.l sliu.-s Made New.
All Kimls ..I lle)mltiny.
C'ivf ileal!     ::     ::
OFI-ICE    -   ARMSTRONU  AVE.
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|     FOR  SALE
X      LOT  4.   BLOCK 34      X
X In Crnnlirouk, H. C. *
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* l-'nr rinrllcnlars ^(.f.lv f„ "K.I
X Herald Offico.
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I Old Curiosity
|      Shop
♦ JOSBPII II   Mcl.liAN, Proprlelor
2 -
Dealer I
♦ All Classes of Second-
X hand Goods
♦
2 1'UYKR  OF   FURS
l-'i
niimii' ul All Kimls. imili
New uiul Rltconil-liullil
Cranbrook
Hotel *£ ^
Ouesle Comlnrl a Specialty ,
Uood Stshlir.- In Connection
Nearest to railroad aud depot.   Has accommodations for tbe public unequalled tn Crnnbrook.
Hot ui CaM Baths
Hoggarth & Rollins
 Proprietors
♦ Sage's Old Stand, Han
* son Avenue
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THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms with Baths.   'Phono in
every room
H:irin>r Shop on lho )>reinlfi^.
Tliornntrlilv up-to-date*
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
ttfiO. P. WKLLS, Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, Manager
BY A  DREA51KK
NO PLACE LIKE UOMI
Om.' may !»■ very happy a while
away Irom home, hul he is verv i;i.i'l
to return in ii Thc plainest old
familiar dish is lit-ttcr than Hit*
dalfttfrst epicurean liill ol \..u<
abroad. One's own little room, with
its haiiiiv, com pad belotiRtogs, is ],n-
fftalrlf 1.. all lhe marhlf Iui lis. sw, j,i
ilm.iifih hv Bilken ■''-■■I tlames.
Home! Om- is more than evei impressed hy Uic significance ol Mie
word, when even in the rougli si
little hamlet, ami most dosolale look-
uil: Imi. it may mean bo much tu
those who wen- Imrn in it.    li is
hiMittifiil   Hail,   ihis (iriniirii  In
very .--oil ol one's hirth-place, stcril
utrd unattraetivc as it may Ih t<
those tt'bo huve no such associatwns
Tin- Frenoh say II requires ilu- iin.*.
ence of three generations I ■ niuki1 .
uorfw i liomc, and we are find to sn
Uml thf grandmoUicr ts brcuinlnj
tnoro lilgmy appreelalod in Lhii
country, ns slie no Ioiirpi eonOnci
herftell in lhe chlmitcj corner ami liei
■ nittliiK, Iml i.ii-i". „ l.nulh interei.1
in ..II th„! R-m's nn kwps mlml am
Insly disciplined h\ studj ami m-Hvp
useful partldpalion in what i mnr
on around her, nml i*-. as catehil ol
ln'i nppparanee as wlu-n sin wu. a
VDunji Rirl
(illAMiM \ ON MATK1MONY
Malrlmony is nol   wholly it failuro
success,      It is nut n failure Ioi
ilif masculine    member of tin*    con
inn tinii party.        In nine Cases   out
of ten he    has    married a woman a
real ileal too ■.'ood for him, he has
(I speak of tlie lol or tlu- great
majority of women) gained n housekeeper, cool;, seamstress, laundress,
ind laiiT in married life n muse and
governess, lie has gained » deferential
listener, and firm believer in all he
Iocs and says; far of course a wife
has implicit faith in her husband, tic
lias gained a valuable waiter, some
tiling whieh he needs, for early iu
married life he develops helplessness
i remarkable degree; he ean never
Iimi anything, even after his wife
has descrihed the exacl location of
tlie desired 'article, neither can Input on a   collar    or necktie without
er    assistance,     "(loudness      only
nows" how he did il hefore marriage, For nil this ho expects lo
etvfi and sbe    to receive hoard    and
ilkthes.
She   lias lost her freedom ami her
name' she lias to work twice -ls },unl
is in her girlhood, oven if she then
earned her own liVing. Then she
alwavs had money of her own to
spend as she pleased; now, hi addition
to home dulies, she manv limes
works for olhers— "it is so nice to
have ;i little money for my very
own," she says. Of course, she does
nol do anytlpng at home to entitle
her to a part of her husband's carn-
irs as her ''very own."
Hy tli.' time she has In rn married
ten years she looks ten years older
than the sister who is only two
vears her junior, and her husband is
usually the lirsl to remark il but of
course he is'not  to blame.
A IIOMK DAY
Ood intended Hint there should br
one dav each week as an especial day
for the culture of home lies. A -Liy
when ttie fMlicr would he home from
work, and the chlhlren home from
school, and thi' mother have less of
household c.fiv, when all eould put
their hest dollies, sing their
swpplesl songs, and enjoy a dav v'of
The "Niil-hat h shuttld never . lie
Ie a day of labor in tlic home.
The worlfl of - each home should ..|>C
s.i arranged thai it can be done nl-
nosl entirelv. in si\ days and as
•venh as possible, in each day. "Six
lavs sb.tit thou l'.ihor and do all thv
work."
The baking nml cooking can he done
•ii Sattmlav, timl Sunday can he
nude almost entirelv a day for
Aarmiie: ovet the foul prepared lie-
ore. We fear manv good housewives
iia''e a serious mistake in giving too
nneli time to Sundav cooking. Others
mrhaps are equally in error hy overworking on Saturdav, sn that they
■aniiol properly res! or enjoy the
Sahbalh dav. Parents and children
iii fill to he more to each other on
hat dav than mi anv other. A day
f untifl and deliuhl it niifiht to he
in do in every home.
In manv Instances the mau who
pends his life waiting for his ship
to come In wastes his time, because
ie originally omitted to send any
ship out.
The man wlm never praises his
wife deserves to have a poor one.
And the man who praises a good
wife more than she deserves hasn't
lieen born yet.
Much of the uiihappiness which
sometimes attends married life owes
its origin to a lack of the amenities
ind countesics which were so assidil-
itisly piiieticed hv both parlies before marriage. The feeling that il is
nol worth while io keep them up is
answerable for much of the loss of
respect, want of chivalry and Indifference whieh gradually lead to 'he
decay of affection. In the same
way brothers and sisters nib ofi the
I.loom of interna! rcgnrtl liy the absentee of those gentle and respectful
manners with which they greet all
outside friinds. Insensibly they he
come careless; Indifferent, and unit'
and black looks, hard words, ami
sharp answers poison the home which
might have heen thc heaven of peao
md haimimss had not. the respect for
■ne another's personality been broken
down.
The greater the value of the article
thc choicer we are supposed to ho of
it. ami in the same line of argument,
the dearer, and closer the lie that
bind."! us. the more considerate we
should be in the bundling of il. I
mav hurt the. feelings of a society
acquaintance, and there is no esnecial
harm done, hevond the istrangement
nf two people who eare little for each
oilier, but when 1 slab the fond old
mother's heart, thai loves mc with a
love nexl in tenderness (o Heaven's,
nr wound my trusting child with a
hasty word, an Injustice or a cruel-
t". or ridicule Ibe sensitive reelings
of a brother or a sisler, eternity itself shall not he long enough to extract the sting from memory.
The person Ihol stands nn the
street corner looking around for
something to gossip about or to find
ni hi 11 is shown 11; In- iii.ii ii'i aird
loo i I-\n -ah ii person life has
losl !'■ -avr-1 |i becomes sour,
misanthropic,   whining lb' p..*- -
from had h) worse and sees n i good
in anybodv. Hi- taxes are always
loo hi' ;(. ,,,, i, altei how low thej
-in-   he   an,  he   cusses   his ucub'-oi
McVITTIE& l>AKKI:R i *ukfor lh,c-w'" l',i1ir* ™®
jtVtrzrm
Provincial Land Surveyors
RtlLWtV   t.i   iliVIVi   BWnHBERINa
OFK1CKS   AT  mi.":   STEK1.K   \\|i
( i: ISHHOOK
.1 "iii.N 1.1 111 I \  U ITER,
SOLD AT ALL  BARS
f'S BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS
KAIUVAY COMPAISY
EXCURSION RATES
t'lili.M Cl; VNIIIIlHIK TCI
VICTORIA,  B.  C.
$23.65
Soilingiliftcs Sli|lt. Illlli In Sim,1. -'III,.
filial lloini-ii l.iniii, Si.j.l. Iluili.
NELSON,   B. C.
$5.40
follltigilnlofSnpt. 2lntloSt.pl.'.Bill
Klliiil llnlnrn l.linlt, Pe\,,t. •ISIlf
NeW WESTMINSTER OFI VAKCOCTER
$21.15
Soiling dotO! Sept. L''l ll  liilli-l. L'.lii
Final itotitrn l.imil, (lit. ;.h.
Ciirii-si'iiiiiliiif;  rales from
points.
Apply  in Ine-.! llv.l,oi   i,Boi
burl h I'Ofiorvalioim, oto.
J. E. PR03T0M,
I". 1'. .!..
Calgorv, Altu
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i;i'liiiUii.linitl'niil si).
irnuliliinrton Inr
II.S'T'lllll lllivi'l>
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IIAZI.KHi.liiH UK i ItKAji-
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** Plmiie 75 Armstrong Ave. •
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CRAMBRCOK EMPLOY- ♦
mm ACEfiSY
Jloii oinployoJ fnr all li
wnrk.   IVo solicit oiirrofi
wiili   mill   operators uiul ntlic
other ImliiBtrles.
imlsofl
mleneo ♦
RESIQEKCt PHONE KO. 52 ♦
ItFrtCE PKDNE HO. OJ. *
ADDRESS : f. 0. BOX 232 *
X JOIItl ARMOUR MAIMER ♦
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I Young Apple Trees *
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sulectcil imd iiiltntile foi
tills district.
ISTCHOISE • 25 CEUTS
2ND    "      •  23   "
Hcliverril nt Urniilironk
If snlocteil l-v il,., pur.
clinaei-, Im i-liolce. 20c.j
2nd choice, Inc. Applv in
♦ E. W. HUSTLEY, Nursery *?
X neur-Wilnier, II. C.', or J
• J.IIUCOm.SIIN.Ciraiibroo'l.-.H.O ♦
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BUILDKRS ami
CON T'.iAC I'ORS
V.'H.\
Near l.o»
TKl.lil'IIOSK 111
.klKIK., II. C.
Ave
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islaniThotel
Wfildo,  U C.
I'M I. SX .lnlIN. I'rofirielor
NOTICE.
'• i ce tlut I. William A. Rol-
lins, will apply in ihe Board ol U-
i-iii-ic- Commissioners inr Uie City ol
I'r.iiihio.ilj, .u its next meeting held
■ this date for the truu>ffr from
1 V. Hyde H:ili-r. nt the license to sell Intoxicatlne: Honors bv
ri-tatl in the premises known as Uic
wentworth Hotel, situate en I.ots
lil nml I ■■. Block 91, In tbe said City
of Cranbrook.
William   A.  Rollins.
Dated Aueust 2»th, ions.       2l-5t
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.)
' ERTIFICATH     OF     IMPROVE-
MENTS
NOTICE
-i'i' HI I I* ' "LAKE VIEW,"
IIDMINION ' AND "l'Oltt'U-
I'lNK' MINERAL CLAIMS,
S1TI \Ti: in THE FORT
STEELE MIXING DIVISION
OF EAST koon'N.w DISTRICT,
WHERE I.OCATED-THE .I011N
BULL AND LAKE VIEW AP-
loiNlNO ONE ANOTHER ON
MARVS PRAIRIE, THE
DOMINION \N]i PORCUPINE
AT THE ST. MARVS MEA-
DOHS, ABOUT THREE MILES
ABOVE ST. MARVS LAKE.
Talte notice that I. .Iwnes A. Hat-
y.    Free    Miner's   Ccrtlfleatd No-
KIS,   acting   as   acrat   fot  Ike M.
Ely.   Free   .Minor's Certificate    No.
HI TIJ1. ■ • inter!. sirty days    from
t'lo d.no bereol, to -iiM'lv     to      the
Mining Recorder f.,r ,i Ccrblfleate  nf
Improvements,   tor the   imniose    ol
hbalniitg   a   Crown   Grant   nt   the
ibovc claim.
And •',"■■■ take notice fh.it ac^
lioi m di I bi i tion IT, must he cora-
■ enced before the Issuance ot such
1 erl ll    ••• ol Improvonieota,
Dated   tbis   27Ui day   ot   AiiKvist,
.VI).  1905.
84-8t J. A. Harvey.
CERTIFICATE       OF    IMPROVEMENTS
(Form F.)
NOTICE
GRAPHITE   MINERAL  CLALM
SITUATE IN THE FORT STEELE
MINING DIVISION OF EAST
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
IVHEHE LOCATED: ON MATTHEW
CREEK.
Tale notice that I. G. C. Beattie,
F.M.C. No. B6314, intend CO days
from dato hereof to apply to tbe
?linir.L- Recorder (or a Certificate ol
latpioverneats ior the purpose ol ob-
-. lininE a "tWn Erant ol tbe above
claim.
. MA f,irlh-r :akp notice tbat actlOD
mder Siflon 37 must bo commenced
lifilore the-lssirance of such Certificata
if .':::.,sice:,:::.
-»»£   ■ Q. C. peattiot
Dated jjaii     27tb   day d   Aunust,
.    23-9t
I n
HUNTING AND FISII1NI
Just lite i'ln.-,- tn s|ieml n f,-'
liar stl
III,,,,,
HENRY'S NURSERIES
Now growfrrg in our nurseries Inr
tho fall trade:
mi.uuu peach, apricots, nectarines
cherry, plum, prune, pear nud apple
in nil tin- leading varieties.
lun. small fruits.
lii.iiini ornamental trees in all tb
Im.Iin; variolles im ll u.
ftatimi .in,I nnt subject to damage
llinn fumigation,
Stock of bulha in arrive in Augu :
frnm Japan, France ami Holland.
Dee supplies, snuj pumps seels,
olc,
I Iii page catalogue Iree.
OFFICE, GREENERIES & SEEDHOUSE
OHIO WE8TMIK8HH I0i.il
VANCOUVER      -      -      B. C.
JOE AURAI'Oni
SHOE SHOP
Hcpairini; n Rpocinlty
Aikens Blovk, Oranbrook
UHANBIiOOK    LAND   DISTRICT
DiSTUICT Oh" SOUTHEAST K(lO-
TENAY.
Take notice that George Hannant;
uf Wasa, II. C, occupatjon Kuriner,
iiitc-mls tu apply Ior permission to
purchase tlie following described
'anfls:
Commencing at a pnst planted at
lhe soiilh-uist coiner of P. Ii, 10.il
(A. T. Miller) thenee east fid chains,
more or less, to P. R. U2i), thence
Mjuth to S. W. corner of P, It. 930,
tlience east 2d chatns, more or less,
to the N'.W. corner of Lot «71.
thence south to the S. W. corner ot
I-ot   671, Ihence    west to       the
aiit'le of Lot 8033, thence north to
point of commencement, containing
I'm acres, more or less.
George llannanl, Applicant
Ihiled Sept.  J, I'-IOR. 84-9t*
*m.
NOTICE
■^1 hereby give notice" that thirty
days --..'ler date I intend to apply to
tte Ctri0M3onfmissicmei ol Lands ibd
Sftrks 6pr peribissiun to t^tabliab a
jtt-lic L&b'vvaj* Irom a point on tttt
,*>i-.:. naad :,•■.-.: i'isli Lakes in Lot
NV t,:uf.(iLoii], One, East KooUnfty
i-UKtrict being l6.?2) six chains and
iwenty    - two       links north,
eigbty-tferee degrees east
iruin tbe S. VV. corner of Lot No.
<'<■, Group One, thence (O-JJlj ninety-
four Imka south, 29
degrees west to (Jaa
southern boundary ol Lot, No, 676,
Group One, tbence aooifi
twenty - nine degrees, west
[6.36) six chains and thirty-
six links, composing a portion ot
Lut, So. 3i2, Gioup One, to tb*
northern uoundaiy of Lot No. 6036,
(iroup One, at a point about (t-.UO*
mx chains from tbe N. E. corner ol
Lot No. uniti, Group One.
Dated AUg. Tth, 1908.                  24-fct
A. j; Gr«.
VNUPSIS OK CANADIAN' HOM&
STBAD JiEGULATlONS
Auy    available     Uouiimou     Laodi
(thin tn--   Hallway iieit iu   linviati
oiuuibid., may be homesle-ided by
-my person '•*-■.■■ is tbe sole uea<l ol, a
Uiiiiiy, or any male u'.t-t Is ye-iri o|
age, to the extent ul oue-u,uart«t aan*
tion oi Uu aeres, more or IttS.
Entry must be made peiiionally at
tbe local laud ollice toi the district
i.i which »-*- land .» sltaate. lmuj
by proxy may, however, i.e made on
certain commit-us by >ne 'attm,
moUer, sou, dauguter, ur ».ber of
sister ol an inteuding homes(Mdst-
Thu bom es leader i'i required to yer-
lorm tbo couditioud connecwd tbert-
vwiii uij'lur oue ul tbe loilovwug puue:
(i> At least six uiontns r-widtuet
upon auu cultivation oi tbe Uud in
each year for tbree years.
12). if tbe lather (or mutter,
II Uu faltier is deceased), ol (fan
bomestoa-dot resides upon a farm tn
the vicinity of tbe land entered lor,
tue requirements as to resid-moe nuy
be satisfied by such person residing
with the father or mother.
(3), ll tbe settler bu his mt-
maneut residence upon larmiug Un4
owned by him iu the vicinity ot Un
liumctjteaii, tbe requirement* as to
-teweiice may be -satisfied by reita-
e.ife upou the said land.
- Six months' notice in writing
sbouid bu given to the Commissioner
oi Oominiou Lands at Ottawa of itt-
tiditiou to apiily lor patent.
t'OAL—Coal miuiug righto may bn
leased fur a period ol twenty-one
years at an annual rental of (1 pec
acre. Not more than 2,570 acres
shall be leased to one individual ot
company. A royalty at the rate ol
i live cents per ton shall be collected on
Mm merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
i Deputy of tho Minister ri Uie Interior
MM TIIK (1,'W lll.'IMHv II Kl! A 1,1)
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
News of the District
HEID   OFFICE, TORONTO
B. B. WA1KER, President
ALEX. IA1RD, Geneial Uano-*!
Ksi im isiirn
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES
DRAFTS AND   MONEY ORDERS sold, and money tranafefnd by
telegraph or letter.
COLI.FCTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign countries,
FOREIGN BUSINESS.    Cheques and drafts on the United Statu
Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold.
R. T. Brymncr, rianajjer Cranbrook Branch
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned from Newspapers
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Klcclrlc Sparks was In Elko    this
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ur in other words, for tlic
M*ire*-shm»-Tii at nueHli-, smut! ot
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Wholesale Wine Merchant
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CRANBROOK TAXIDERMISTS
LIFE-LIKE MOUNTERS OF
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MITCHELL & GARRETT
A m.in never helped himsell n\on«
in knocking other people tlown.
Tho oilier day an old timet iu
Klko war udliin; ot n Kim flttht thai
In* saw in tin* Rtis rnnni country i»
ih«- rath eighties, "Vnii may nol
hollow ii." In* s.iid. "Imi ilnv pumped ihul in.in •< mil ni load tlinl liic
wltlu* had ilu' liodi nmuyeil nml it
mu close i<> Sl ,001) nn w«i i>h ol pure
lend lu lhe ton.
blue sailor costume; Miss -Joule, pale
blue crepe; Hie Misses Elsie and
Hilda Joule, white lustre dresses,
link ribbons, Miss Carpenter, in
hrown and while; Miss Goldle But-
linftlmin, navy bine dress. Others
present were: Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs.
Minteer, Mrs. Kay Burlinglmm, "Miss
Maud Unbar, Mrs. Joule, Mrs. Mills
.md the Missis. MacDouttltl, Johnson,
(It.uNI, Hurlinghnm, Minteer, Joule,
Sinydi'i, Itn is, Downs, Mills and
others too numerous to mention.
Conductor I). I'- Monroe and erew
went on n ImntinR  expedition frnm
Itexlowl las I Sunday, but had very
poor luck.
A clilldrvn's
Mrs. .limit's ,
\
(netful to pi
■r   KpeiidiiiK   a   pie
in    tin-.     pii'luii'sqi
Mrs. A. J. Uoli n
Bant   two
• burn   ol
Heaven liel'ia Lho follow ulm sets
a hustle on himself,
I). Hoover, of the I nited States
customs department, was an Rlko
visitor this week on ollieial business.
People who fly oil the handle al
ways  hit    Ihotliselves.
Uoosvllle is a paradise where rich
ripe fruit InuiRS in clusters nw\ where
sweet scented dowers bloom the year
round.
When a  woman has notbtnfi else to
do she  washes hei*  hail*.
T. T. MeVittie, ..f old Kurt Steelle,
is surveying out a mud from Klko
tu Morrisscy. There musl be an election in sight.
Miss Mav Koo returned to Klko
•r spendiiiR two weeks In the
ltd apple eounlry.
Oeortcc Mellette, <.f the Columbia
hotel, was a Crunbrook visitor this
week.
•■Hail to the kfajc." Not the
'vim; of the blooming Knuiish and
niggers across the sea. Hut thc
greal big rod apple. Tho king .if
nil fruits is the apple and It's favored realm. Tobacco Plains, wliere they
hang in great big (-lusters from the
11--t-a.
So numerous .ire the nimle's points
of superiority over any other fruit
Unit it is e'asilv in a class bv itself. Cook it as you will, you
cannot spoil it. Whether vou bake
il. slew it. roast it, fry it. or serve
it in dumplings, tarts or pies, or
whether you enjoy it as nature gives
it from the tree, it is ever a delight
ami an aid lo good digestion. In
keepiii"- ami in shlnulnn finalities the
i-'ule too surpasses all other fruits.
The wide world is its market, and
all the world loves an apple as it
lures to no other fruit. Call at
Hod's store when visiting Klko and
sample the famous big red apples
grown on Tobacco Plains. "They are
as pre-eminently superior to all other
aunles as the eliampainv' vintage of
Franco is superior to Ml other wines.
We have several "Ood improved farms
with young orchards, lirst-eln-ss water
rights, ami every Hi ing in shape to
move, ou aud maKie money frnm lhe
irrass- roots up for sale. The nearest fruit land is the best markets in
lbe world. We have the gootls and
il sure pavs to advertise when vou
have the goods, The st.me leaves
Klko everv Tuesday for Uoosville,
the big red apple Country.
The stores in Elko   nr.
riishing hnsiness   and the
all    full'-   and everybody
IiappJ   and   feeling  just   a
saini',  sir..
doing r
lintels art
'is lookjnp
Oill tilt
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If yuu an*  Interested,  write nml  miy whal you  want.   Hive a it
desert |>t Ion of the location of your stream ami spring; Its size an u
nearly nn you can tell it, ami tho upproihnatoelevation of the plaee-* n
where you desire tie- witter forced; my how ranub water you need— <»
THE RIFE  HYDRAULIC ENGINE
ijylll (iivo it. and 1 wilhulvjne yon us to what 1 van do for vou an. I what
n will cost,
PHONE 171
H.   Y.   PARKER
CRANBROOK, K ti.
1'. II. HOX II    ll1
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Read The HERALD
Seirtiy Mulr, master mechanic of
the Soulh Pork Troul lino, was in
town Ihis wivIj with a Pay day smile
upon bis face and a clothes basket
full of fish.
Mr. John Todhunter camo in from
Fording river ibis wock to visit
his family al Cumberland house.
\lis-; Ifcssie Mott |pf) r..r Wardner
Friday ami will visit wiili friends
then* fur several  weeks.
Mnrgnn Kdinomls had a valuable
horse tilled on tbe Oreat Northern
la*.! week,
S. .1. Morton, of Miehel. spenl Sunday in Klko, ami hehl ;, |Hg pow wow
wiili l-'our Skj Tl dor,
A.  Joiil
paid a I
Momlay.
partv  was held
n  September flttth.
Maiestv'
visit to
tbe Moyie Presbyterian clmreh.
Mr. Thos. Paion. a missionary stW-
deul, is now ou liis wav out from
Scotland to Movie, and he mav be
ih ••■- al anv time. Mr. SowerbuUs
has been very kindly conducting tlie
services in the ehureh each Sund \
since Mr. MeCrec left some time
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WKW.TII OF    A    II.
AIKKSS.
C. MILLION*
Mi*.     John
a.la's   liebesl
heart    failure
darroch    lbe
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olive   Dunsmuir, Can
vomnn, who diotl       o
last    week   al    Craig
residence in   Victoria
Mrs.  MacDonald, Mis. .
Miss l-'h-Me Hulls    drovi
Sundav  lo attend   lhe   l!o
la-  fan.
We
•glOl   lo  ,,i „e
Fuller, which iou
A   Sundav   I,si
Kuivl.a
I    OHIO-
I doalb of
place    at
Mi.   Ful-
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rough tlnlow
noosed 'hat
nl. 'I'll.- dee
s. Murfi.urlia
thv of Lie e
uiul.
t   when
last   w
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to    tt lllll
l.lotln
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We have  lo i- i-..dilute Mr.      ami
Mrs. Howard McCluirc on tin- birth n(
,i son, Sundav   September 30th.
Mr. Charles Lcnwood aud son left
last, week on a hunting expedition,
their destination being Wagners, on
the Vabk.
Mr. and Mrs. Durlingham and familv left Monday night for Whitetish t<
attend the fiimral of lbe tale Mr
Fuller.
Mrs. Iris Keigncr and Miss Dorh
Smith passed through Oateway Cl
routo to Fernie, Tuesdav morning.
FUKD STORK    HACK  FKOM  FERNIE.
(Prince Kupert Empire,)
Fred Storlu. Ferule's lirst mayor, is
now a permanent resident of Prince
Rupert. About a month ago
went from Prince Rupert to Fernie
to see what the fire had left him iu
lite way of real estate. He found
bis real estate and also hundreds of
all kinds of buildings under way,
showing thai tbe town is being re
built as rapidly as material ean be
obtained. The fire left quite a nun
ber of business men and residents in
a pretty bad pliulu financially, but a
couple of vears of uood luck will play
most of Ihem even again. Mr. Stork
brought lii.s family wilh bim, and now
considers himself a permanent resident
of Prince Kupert, seeing that his oldest boy is of school age.
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(From the Gateway International)
On Friday of last week a verv jolly
danee was held in the Assembly hail
of Oateway; in honor of Miss Carpenter, wlm .leaves shortly for the
Kaslern NfaiWs, :-md Mif-S [iodine,
who is visiling her sisters, Mrs
Johnson attyTMrs. MacDonald. There
was a verv'^aiiity supper served, the
tables hoing,.decoruted with sunflowers and golden glow. Music was
provided by the Durlingham orchestra,
assisted bv Mr. Johnson. \mong
the guests were: Mrs. MacDonald
wearing a smart black silk costume-
Miss Neva MacDonald, in pale green
nd Miss Genevieve in white' embroidered muslin. Mrs, Johnson in a
dainty blue muslini; Miss Dodine.
white jumper suit; Mrs. Charles U
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(From the Moyie Leader.)
Following arc llie olliccrs who were
elected at a recent meeting of the
Movie Conservative association:
A. P. .Macdonald—President.
P.  F, Johnston—Vice-President.
I*:. A. Hill—Secretary Treasurer.
Kxecnlive Commit tee—J. A. D.
Macdonald, V. Dcsaulnier, F. J.
Smyth, Jas. Oram, J. It. McDonald
and J". E. Crowe.
The -association have opened
mi I tec rooms iu lbe l.aing building
opposite the Hotel Kootenay, and the
place js open on Mdu.lav, Weduesday
aml Friday evenings. Plans are being made for a big i .illy next Wednesday evening.
Mrs. W. II. Laird ami babv came
home from Cranbrook yesterday,
A.- T Clark is,now* in Vancouver,
having returned a short time ago
from Mexico-
Rev. Ur. liobbins, of Waldo, D. C,
was - L-uest at the Methodist parsonage Wetliiesilav and Thursday.
li is learned ii"on good authority
that- the sum of $3,000 will at once
be expended on improvements in
Movie ami in the immediate vicinity.
Some lime ago a. p. Macdonald and
ti, \. Mill went to Victoria and
mad'- a reijuost of lliis amount from
ihe jeovornment- and ii would now
seem that their mission was ^ successful ono.
Tbe Moyie brewery is to havo its
manufacturing eapacilv trebled. The
.mnioveiuenls ale now being made as
J.isi   as   possible.      Di-er  from this
mew. i his mad.' a reputation for il-
W'll all along lhe Crows Nest Puss,
and ibe enlarging of lbe plant has
become absolutel) necessary io order
to Kiipply the demand-
J. A. Johnson, until recentlv
mnnnirer of tiie Porto Rico Lumber
eompanv, has moved with Ids faniih
to Winnipeg for the winter.
Tbe Moyie Liberal association have
opened committee rooms in thc
sample rooms of the Central hotel.
Julius    Muellar,    the    brewer of
Kegina,  Snsfc..,. was in Moyie the
Ili-st or thetWeok looking after his
interests/     ''!
. K. Wood bus several his con-
nt-ction with .'I1. Hums &   Co.'s meat
she lived  in solitary eraudi
estranged   f i   bei son, Lieutenaiil-
flovernor Dunsmuir. whom she was
siriirg to recover lhe share of her |nis
hand's Pfllate to which she considered
Imi daughters wpre entitled at      tbe
time oi lr i death, ■'■ ' to lhe Noith
Pnclllc coast in a sailing ship ol tlie
fludson's Dav company, with bei
husband ami two children, lauding ai
Fori    Vuncuuvw,   Washlnjrlon,       In
ISfil,      where        Lb-uleiiaiit (ioveltiol
Duusiuilil     wa:, I i.       IICI   husband,
the bile Kolicii Dunsmuir, was an
expeil Seoleh J nnwler, ami he
was .-eni io Poti Kupert, al lbe
m.i n. ,ii,I of Vancouver Island, lo
open up cual    incisure.-- there.   These
were abend I.      and be went to
Nanaiiiit. Fifteen vears after In'
di coven I Ihe Wellington coal me.i-
itires, .iiiei much pronpi*eting maVling
h<, i.iel of outcropping beneath au
unturned rool far iu the forest, ami
ihe operation of these coal measures,
in which Admiral Faruuhar, of llie
Ksqiiimnlt naval station, Capla '
lOgerlon and Lieutenant Digglc af-
lerwards boilghl oui, were then interested iu tlie foundation of the Immense fortune valued at over Slfi,
000,000, left Airs. Dunsmuir. When
he died in 1880, soon after completing
the Ksquimalt aud Nanaimo railway,
whicli he planned to continue lo the
north end of Vancouver Island hud
he lived, his sous, Lieutenant-Governor Dunsmuir and the late Alexander, began negotiations with their
mother lo purchase lire estate, with
its many subsidiary businesses, and a
few years afterwards the whole business was turned over to tbem foi
$100,000. The acl ion pending when
Mrs. Dunsmuir died, alleged ihe son-
securing her consent bv misrepresent
alion and fraud, while Lieilenani-
Govetuor Dunsmulr's denial says thut
it was tiieir good management that
made the business so successful since
inking it over. The two brothers
arranged that thc survivor should
icct the entire estate, anil when Alexander Dunsmuir died, foe willed il to
the lieutenant-governor, who hud to
defend an expensive suit brought bj
Kdiia. Wallace Hopper, whose mother
became Alexander Dunsinuir's wife.
She was seeking to break her stepfather's will, in whieh she was unsuccessful. Tbe present litigation
promised to be long drawn out, and
whether it will be carried on by
the daughters, who side with their
mother, is not known. There was
much feeling between the lieutenant-
governor and his mother, ami a
few years ago, when she was thou»ht
to be dying and he was summoned he
went to a garden party instead.
Some time afterwards he made the
■ •"'* visit during a number of
vears, remaining hut one minute.
Ol the members of her familv sbe is
survived by James Dunsmuir, lieutenant-governor of this province, Mrs.
Henry Croft, of Victoria: Mrs. Burroughs, living in Kngland; Lady Mus-
grave, wife of Sir Kichnrd Musgravc,
who resides in the Old Countrv;
Mrs. Caltlioipe, wife of Caplnin Cal-
Iborpe, It. X., and Mrs. Chaplin.
Four members of her family predeceased her, .Mrs. John Bryden, Mrs.
Harvey, Mis. Haughlon and Alexander Dunsmuir.
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A NEW WOMAN
Thai's what any woman is alter a hot cup ol Fragrant
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MAllY UP-TO-DATE.
Mary Irad n little lamli,
I l's tiecco was wliito as snow,
II us.-il to hutt in cvorywhero
Tliat Mary usul lu.fro.
Hul .Marv ili-ici-il tlio Inifib ono ilir
Ami slui|i|iiii^ wefif ddwti lown
Ami   lioiitflil.   licrsclf   tin- now sln-alli
skirl,
Tin- sfilii llirt-ctuirc fioff.n.
\,-\  slioop'tf   i-vrs ht-o still' fast    at
lu-r,
An.l niiin men loot nnd eloal.;
Tllouirll Mnry lias Un- lamli n e
Silo's not ovoryltody's mmt.
l-'nr    Un- sln-alil   skirt is     fill- latest
cut-
It's almost cut  in llall,
Who cares a   dainb
t\,\- Mary's lamli
Win ii wc sec .Mary's calf?
It chases away the old tired feeling, and fills
|    her with new life.   So DELICIOUS too. |
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranhrook. b. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tho Manitoba is centrally lcwate-1 ami Iiiih on-* of i lio boat ilitiingrooma
in tbo city,   Tbt- bar in HH|i*>|it-.l wiib llm boBtof Llquora ami Olgart
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CANADA I-'OHEVER
Alter deliberating lira question lor
ver twu lmiiis. ilu- school trustees
il Sim  Hislliiinslii   iliiiiU-il llmt fhr
t'niiiiili.iii Hag sl lil lie iiuwii over tin.
nubile schools.    This in splto ol the
order ol    the   nrovlnclal iovornnieni
CallfllK il|  all school li-acln-rs Iii liy
llll'  I llinn  .lack.
Mm nti:d i'oml'i-:
TOO.
WANT  LAND
Tin', frank  l'a|ii'i  savs: Tlu'lc   is   a
uiovcinenl    hi iimi, Un. rank   anil
lib- nl Un- tlmiutf.fi |i„ii,T |0 iirocuro
fm  lbe iiii'inbi'is ,,( iimi lorco a liniil
hi IH similar in tli.it bestowed upon
s.iiiib Afilenii vi'ii'ians in th,. new
Oliver    Irani bill.      Tin- olil-Hmcrs
iioiik Ilu- iiollcc conteml (hut men
win, have devoted llielr lives, or    a
*'<■"I I'ortl I Uiem, to the   imblic
..■rviei- in the Mounteil  I'ollco orgnn-
".nllon iiiibIH. tn I nt hied tn        as
niieh consideration as men wlm serv-
il Inn a brief period in tlw Hocr
ivnr, On lliis hypothesis tbey nre
laliim- steps In procure, ll.-n-nstble, n
furl her iinieiiilmeiil    nl    the land act
in pf'ovido fin tl Ktenslon to theiit
HI' the sunn- benefits conferred on the
war veterans. A mc-tintr. was. held
uf Macleod recently, at which the old-
timers mi Ihe fnrei look; steps to get
wood, brown silk dress; Miss Kuth, in lia\„ a permanent man in chaiga    ol
*,* ■ "*   ** , ,  , V,T      tinii-i*-   mi   tut-  unir   iiiim. Kirus  TO
arkei     in   Moyie,    and be and bis , vcm,.nl ,„ ,. „.av ■ ',t ,s ^
familv will sour, move to Cranbrook,.nnrli-tl Uial for all men who have
where Mr. Woo-In will •"'«■«'" '•>»*'- spent lheir full lime tn retirement
nirennni „[ the I alftfirv tattle com- ,|„. sami. concessions be aranlefl as
nam s simp. Bert Lane, ol reen- .,,,. rivcn „..,,. V1,|,,rans ,, tl| t ra '
wood, has succeeded Mr. Wood tn tho.„.|10 i,,,,.,. 8B01ri „vo   vears    in     the
Movie shop. •      fm,',. |„. allowed tn lake a homestead
"   ' ' iiin.I sntisfy   homestead ren-iiremctits,
\ir.int;ement8 have heeu   made    tn jtv ctiltlvnllng a clven   iiumber      ol
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Tlir troll-known Goiiornl Morolintil
IS
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slin'1* nf ri.shin^ Tackle nvcf booh hore.
Souio ji'iiions porsoii niinlii iui! mi' ii
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Hut Fred K<h> ia Imppy
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li]towiii|> flint lu- liltsn raptttlltiori in
ELKO
for vemo^y which- is worth more to bim
tliun nnfuld gold.
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Fruit and Candy
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Indian Curios
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FlKhinx Tackle that
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FRED ROO, Proprietor
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"A PAWN IN THE CAME"
twelve nl! tlio new publientions ns
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r C. H. ALLISON,  Manager LIMTBD       X
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1 Cranbrook Cafe
A lirst
of tit.,
wnv tn
■lass K.
st.'iurntit. wliere fill th
st-usou tnty he liml prepare*
In satisfy thi' most epii-nrenli
Our MERCHANTS' LUNCH,
p.m.   bits iilwiiys lici-ii ;i  i
■ delicncios
in siu'h a
fancy.
frum
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wiib   UN
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
0. M. BLAKE        -        Proprietor
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Fancy
St       aple Groceries
HOME MADE PICKLES    kln.l  Diet
GREEN TOMATOES. PICKLING CUCUMBERS AND ONIONS, CREEN
ANO HiD PEPPERS.  AU KINDS OF PICKLING SPICES.
II.'BBARD SQUASH AND GOLDEN PUMPKINS
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P.  WOODS  £ CO.
DKAI.KHS IN
FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND FISH
HAV  AND  GRAIN
Nn family nnlei  In
Mnull nml no wholei.-!,' nriler tun biff In reivaiva
iriini nt mill en refill itttentlnn.
PHONK  NO.   57
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Armstrong Ave.
LOCAL NOTES
nil
PICK IOR (IP ABOUT THK CITY Hi
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Miss Neeley, of Ontario, is visiting
with hot sister, .Mrs. B. Mclioldriek.
A. Doyle, nf Kort Steele, was ia
ihe city on Tuesday.
\\. Taggurl., rancher, of Windermere,
was n Cran li rook visitor ou Tuesday.
C. M. Kd wards went to Ferule yesterday.
iid^r    Wilson   went to Pernio on
legal hnsiness, yesterday.
A, KliiiKOnsmitli and wife.     of
Elko, wero in the city yesterday.
M. A. Macdonald visited Moyie yesterday on legal business.
Elwell went to Fernie on insurance business yesterday.
Mrs. Irving Willson will receive
Oetoher 15th nnd 16th.
Mrs. K. E, Simpson is visiting her
mother and   sister at Portland, Ore.
Mrs. Thomas Wilson will receive
the lirst Wednesday of each month.
A. H. Triles, of the Trites-Wood
company, of Fernie, was in Cranbrook on Tuesday.
William Carlin, the Kort Steele
merchant-prince, was in the city yesterday.
Horn—At .Movie, 11. C, on Tuesdav,
October «th. UHW, to Mr. aud Mrs.
W. .1. Payne, a son.
DAY'S WOKK WANTED. Apply
Mrs. Lancaster, Hox $».*>, Oranbrook,
H. C. 29-5t*»
TO UET—Two furnished rooms;
bath and phone in house. Apply
Mr. K. II. Carson, Armstrong
Ave. 39-tt
WANTED—By    woman    and   son,
position a.s cook and cookec   in hotel
ramp.      Address    Mrs. Peterson,
Imperial hotel. 3ft-lt'
A, C. Bowness and wife, J. \V.
Hohiitsoti and Herbert Moore,     were
rnong the Crnnbrook visitors to the
Spokane fair tbis week.
Hairy McKowan has moved into liis
handsome new residence ou Baker
Hill,     Baker &    Banfield were     the
n tractors,
Mis .1. K. M. Pinkham, who has
been visiting at Vancouver for several weeks, returned homo last Sundav .
. W. Mitchell, of Oateway,       the
well known saw mill man, has   just
the hospital     after a siege     of
typhoid (ever.
Baker ■&   Banfield,  the contractors,
v busy building an addition to A.
■ioHffo's    house on     the prairie and
re nlso    building stabling for    the
>ws.
Bandmaster K. K. Corrison is auxins tti increase the number of members of    the   Cranbrook   City hand,
nd young men,     musically inclined,
ie requested to applv to Win tor admission.
Vmong those who visited the Spok-
d    lair   were    Miss Neilson, Mrs.
l.i-asbv, oi Sirdar, Mr. and Mrs.   T.
Whalen, <-i Pernio,    Mr. and Mrs. T.
I).    Caven, K.     Patmore and   wife,
(iconic Leitch, E   Home. W. E. Wor-
ilen,  Wife
Elmer.
1
.ii.I
nughtcf, and D. J.
tlie profundity ol T-aft's mind
Equalled his rotundity of girth
lle'il wipe little Brvan
off the face ol the earth.
But it don't
So he won't.
W. .1. Atchison nnd Mrs. Atchison
returnod on Sundav from lheir sojourn iu Southern California.        Mr
Mchisi.n is totally recovered from his
illness and Is loosing in the pink   ot
nod health.
Common chairs. 50c.—0. C, X.
KOR SALE-Two 16 IL P. Fair
batiks-Morse gasoline engines, only
run about six months, in first class
condition, Apply Box 83, Crsn-
brook, B.C. 27-6t»
Look for bargains each dav at Hill
& Co.1*,
in offering for sale the new "SASK ,
ALTA" range Patmore Bros, are putting into practice what they believe,
timt "Nothing is too Rood for the|
people of Cranhrook." Take a look
at it and he convinced that, there is
'no better."
Common chairs, 50c—C. C. S.
D. II. Taylor, of Woodstock, Ont.,
represent iim Hod and Gun, was in
thc city last week and paid tho Herald a friendly call. Rod and Gun is
a high-class magazine and has a large
circulation among lover* of outdoor
sports.
Common chairs, flOc.-C. C. S,
.1. A. Arnold visited Wardncr t<
dav.
Samuel McLean HI last night In
tit-e east.
Sunnv Monday soap at Kink1
Pure Fond Grocery
Lc Kete reception wafers ,,i KinK'
Pure Food Grocery,
E. C, Smith. Uw Wyeliffe randier
was in the citv today.
Mr. and Mrs, Matthew
for a visit to Hosmer.
See our New Century Wash
chines.—Patmore Bros.
E,  A.    Hill,    merchant, ol
was in the citv yesterday.
Miss Potter, of Swansea Wales
is visitine with Mrs. Elwell.
Provincial Constable Adnev ol
Wardner, was in the citv today.
ROOM TO LET-Opposite C.P.R
depot.     Applv Mrs. W. CL M.ivwanl
Wm. Hamilton's home made iaim
and preserves at Kink's Pure Food
Orrxvrv.
Abel  (foreman  returned from     hi
vacation   trip to lhe   United States
on Tuesday.
The Calgary stooping ror
•f bring taken .,ff nl Psfnti
runs- to Cranhrook.
Miss P. Itounroim- is i-<ilt<
tbe hospit.il. where she lus
a serious i.petatlon.
.lohn Milllgan who has heen un tn
the Ncehaoo vallev Uri* summer, ro
turned to CrAnl-rooh lodav.
Rd. Mnllnndnlne, chief timber ranger fur th*- C Pit . left lor tho Si.
Marys lake country this morning.
Frank Dunn, the nlmrooMlesiiutcher.
brought in a cariboo head which be
secured fourteen miles* north ol Yahk
Died—Yesterday, October Tth, inns,
at Cranbroo*.. Clarence Burton, the
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. p. B.
Moore,
Wm. Anderson, watchmaker at
Raworth Brothers, went to Spokane
tbe first of the week for a few dnys
vacation.
If it- came from Fink's Pure Food
Grorerv it's good. Even-thing is
carefully inspected Wore brin" offered for sale.
WANTED-Position as night
watchman at lumber yard. Best of
reference. Add rcss Hen rv I h mt-nn.
Wardner, B.C. 29
A shipment    of   Ridsrway's   newest
real ions in decorated earthenware
ou display in Kink's Pure Food Grocery window.
I). Murphv left last eveui-..-* for
Montreal to attend the bi-annual
meeting of the B. of L. E. and visit
other eastern points.
1. A. Kennedy, trainmaster, is on
his vacation. During Mr. Kennedy's
nh&cnco his place will he taken by
1. MeConnell, of Calgary.
Mrs. E, Mnllnndnlne, of Creston,
left on Tuesday for an extended visit
to friends and relatives at Nanaimo,
Victoria and other coast points.
Charles Chapman returned from
Port Essington, Fort George and
0-ther northern points yesterday,
where he has spent the summer.
Fink's advance shipment of Royal
Vienna and Royal Bayrcntb china has
arrived. Ladies, we want vou to
eome in   and see this artistic ware,
S. .1. Mighton has had several
transparent signs made for his
windows. Which an1 verv effective.     B. H. Short did the work.
Mrs.  Hugh    McMillan, ot Cowley,
us In the city todav with her
daughter on her way t.> the coast,
where she wilt spend two or three
months.
We receive nothing but words ol
praise for our new range, the SASK-
ALTA. Everybody is immensely
nleased with it, and there's a reason.
—Patmore Bros.
I). .1, Elmer expects to leave in a
few days for points in the east ou
business of an important nature. Mr.
Elmer will go as the representative
ol several corporations and expects
to interest eastern capitalists in
somo of tbe best propositions to be
found in   this province.
V. Hyde Baker, .lames Laidlaw
and M. li. King returned from their
trip to the Spokane fair on Tuesday.    Mr. Baker look bis big sU-am-
automobilc to Windermere
Tuesday evening to meet the governor-general wbo will return via Craubrook.
Common chairs. 60c.—C. C. S.
M. D. Conch writes that work is
progressing very favorably on tlie oil
wells of tbe Canadian Northwest
oil company, near Pincher Creek, All
water is said to ho excluded from
ihe well and that it is a moral
certainty tbat oil will lie strut*
in t-he next 200 or .ton feet.
We can't help talking about our
■•SASK-ALTA." the new range. We
are uow placing these ranges iu the
best homes iu tbe city. The people
of Cranhrook appreciate a good thing
and recognize in this range great
value for their money, it's a pleasure to show it.—Patmore Bros.
Common cnairs. 50c.—C. C. S.
Mayor .1. P. Fink returned on Saturday from the coast, where he met
Airs. Kink and family, who have been
spending several months in Southern
California. Mrs. Fink and children
returned witb the major. Mrs. Fink
is much improved in health ami Mr
Finki says that he thoroughly enjoyed
his outing.
FOR SALK-I will sell u;v property on Baker Hill, Lois 2h and ft),
tiloea. .>, City uf Crnnbrook, for two
thousand dollars; one thousand cash,
balance easy terms. This is a good
investment.. Leased by tbe year,
Rent thirty dollars pei month. Address Sam J. Morrow. Baynes Lake,
B. O. 28-
Common chairs, 50c—0, C. S.
Mrs. J. H. King gave a reception
last Friday, tlte 2nd inst in honor of
Mrs. Irving Willson. Thc drawing
rooms and dining room were beautifully decorated with cut flowers and
shaded electric lights, Mrs. Willson
looked ciiarming in a white costume
while Mrs. King received her guests
in a black and white gown of chiffon
cloth. Mrs. K. I>. Main, Mrs. A. C.
Nelson and Mrs. F. E. Simpson assisted the hostess in receiving and
caring for the guests.
Common chairs. 60c,-C. C. S.
Pa tutors Bros an- doing ■., hig trad
in ihe heating line this weather. I
vou have a heating proposition o
hand ii will pa) you to have a to!
with then..
Mr. llobklrb has been tronaferre-
to Medicine Hat as trainmaster, E
L. Chii.lleitrh to Macleod, ns train
master, and .1. A. Kennedy, ot Med
icine Hut, comes io Cranbrook.
Alex, S. Short, id Calgary   Is nov
muster   mechanic   for   this   division
Mr. Slum has heen in Calgary    fot
several  years nnd his departure wa-
much iv.".reited by manv friends.
Vast  improvements art- being tu.nl.
i ihe Cranbrook hotel.    Plate gins*
being put into the windows of thi
ir and     the rest of the block       i,
'ing re-decorated anil furnished,
in   R, M. N'vhb'it, Dominion    gov-
■nmertt    veterinary    inspector,     ol
ed Icine Hat, was in    the city    lasi
enlng.     Tin- doctor is an old U.S.
-M.P. vctennrian nnd has ,( number
iiM comrades in Crnnbrook,     For
e last   week or 80    tin- doctor    has
-en in lite Windermere country on
ifllolal business,
A record trip was made tills week
vhen V. Hvde Baker lefl Spoki  u
a.m. "ii Tuesday raornin ami
cached Windermere oi 13.3(1 lho
tame night,    The trip of 183   mile*
.i    Cranbronk     was    made bv   Irani.
ind  in W
U  miles.
Nits 'on.-
it Crnnbi
t Wasa.j^^^^^^
Ph.- follow im: letter from  Movie to
:. Patmore Bros., concerning   ,i
SASK-ALTA    rnnoe   shipped to Mr
.   II.    Hawke,    speaks   for     itself
iimote Bros.,   Cranbrook, H, C,:—
Irs: The range reached us in     good
mdilioii   and     Mrs.    Mawle stales
that she    would not ilo without     il
now for Jiftfl.oo.    Therefore, she    is
well satisfied.     It will do all Ihat is
■laimed  in  booklet.—Yours, etc.,   ,f.
1. Hawke. Movie, B. f.
.1. G. McCallum returnod yesterday
fyom   the consl   where he has located
  family  until  their new home     is
rendv for occupancy. Mr. McCallum
lind a most serious' time on his
trip. Owing to the faet that tlie
Main did nol wait at Nelson ho was
oinpellt-it- to stop over in Nelson
from Saturdav nlghl until Mondav
morning at a cost of Sill.76. On
Jiis return from the coasl thev were
held nt Halcyon Springs five hours,
ami at Kobsoii until morning atid al
Nelson another extra duv. Mr.
McCallum is nalurallv feeling rather
tore over the whole matter.
Me
iv his
icliided
<k and
11-tan.
.' - r
in hour .in
olrflu
h
READ THE HERALD
C   .1   Eckstorm   ..-..Hri**-     •   .-_ i   Having disposed of my jewelry bus-
i Dallas hST lIBtfJffi?l0iOC ?'   W* >■"*» *o *• Kaworth Brothers,     I
' tv on tSSuwm^nf0VaS*m «"*.**-<*' M* opportunity of thanking thc
kane     Mr    t&SJS1 ff* to .Spt)"' I"** of W«*r«A and East Koote-
having been in Wardner eleven   vears -weawnn, who are thoroughly prai
I   ojImm. *%. ,     .„     „ tlcal mea iu all branches of ttie bus-
|   Common ehairs, SOc.-C. C. S. jtness.-W. K. Tate. 29-lt
MEETING OF B. C. FIRE CHIEFS
MAYOB  KINK    KLKCTI-:n PRESIDENT,
The second convention <>f the B. C,
Kirc Chiefs and Firemen's association
was held in New Westminster at the
I'lld of last month. The retiring pre-
ddeni, chief .1. IL Watson, of Nelson, during the course of his address
said that he had the honor to present
the lir.st annual report of the association, and to congratulate the mem-
on the successful meeting held at
Xe'son. "When we decided to organ.
is- a purely provincial association
nf lire chiefs and firemen, it was not
to interfere with anv other organization, or Ior tlio purptwo ..t fu-cthar-
ing our own individual interests: we
unci tided that the province of B. C.
vas situated differently from other
portions of the Pacific coast—here tin-
distances between our cities and
towns were so great, the traveling
expenses arc large- Time, which is a
consideration with our members,
meant a great deal, and we know-
how necessary it is for the heads of
onr fire    departments to be in touch
Ib their cities and towns. Our
laws and institutions are different
from those outside, and our manner
of organizing and conducting fir.- depart men ts are much diflerent trom
those of our neighliors across the
line." Hi; regretted that the
ninnibjly journal had to suspend publication. The subscription list was
low, and all firemen should have
helped, but the small number of
firemen who receive remuneration for
their services was the reason foi the
small subscription list. He considered it wus wise to suspend publication until some definite plan has been
formed.
Speaking of the Kemie tire Mr.
Watson said in part: "The vear that
has gone by has brought disaster to
one of our sister cities, ami wc must
alve credit, to the ehief and firemen
of Pernio for the heroic manner in
which they fought against the fatal
fire that swept over that once prosperous city. Thev performed their
duty in ' the face of n losing fight,
and we trust that the citj will mow
again until it is much larger and
better than before."
Chief Watson contributed a pnpei
on firemen's conventions. Two pa-
pares, by Chiefs Kink and Lath-in.
were then read on volunteer lire
brigades. The geuernl effect of them
was to show that, the firemen received poor support, and no thanks,
when he was a volunteer working for
the public good. These papers were
also laid on the table for further
discuss li in, (Jhlcf McDougti 11, < -i
Kemie, who was cordially received
gave a brief account of the icceiit
iwftil catastrophe in the Klk \.il
lev.
The    mat ter   of forest   fires   was
thoroughly discussed and it is hoped
Ihat a law will be put  upon        the
statute    books   making it Illegal t
burn bush at all during the months I
July, August and September      an]
where in   the province,    A law    i
this kind would,    iu the opinion     of
the meeting,  reduce the chances     of
bad hush lires. such as visited   Kasl
Kootenay, to a very great extent.
Following the advice of one of the
*e chiefs at the convention a nottoc
rend'tig: "No Politics, Religion or
Whiskey" will be posted in every
fire station in the
province. In striking      con
trast to American institutions, ii
was generally agreed that politics and
political exigencies had nothing wba
ever to do with appointments ho fire
brigades on this side of the line. Be-
Mglon, politics and whiskev are all
right in their ritfit place and wh
not abused, but when they ar- used
is a means of controlling any situation, organization, or public benefit
department, then' they an- a "hell oil
earth."
The officers elected were as follows:
President—Chief Kink, Cranbrook.
Vice-President -Chief McDougall,
Fernie.
.   Treasurer-Chief    Knight,     Chilli
I wide,
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MIOHTON'S   CIGAR    STORE |
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PETERSON'S PIPES, I. B. B. PIPES, G. B. 0. PIPES f
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, CALABASH PIPES *
ASBESTOS   PIPES,  CHERRY  PIPES ±
CORN COB PIPES AND CLAY PIPES 1
S.   J.    MIGHTON.   The  Tobacconist   ♦
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a
NEXT
WEEK
WH ERE IT PAYS TO DEAL^'iS
iHAVE YOU I
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$         noon tlio now Block of over seventy new designb in <$
$ DIAMOND  and   COLORED   STOKE   RING.S
3$f        Biilfnblo for engagement rtttgs.   If noi. dou'l fo/gi:
ffi        to [my ii * isit to ihf new jewelers .- -if
I RAWOR.TH BROS. |
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'■I;               OFFICIAL WATCH INSPfCTOHS FM C. P. ft., MOWS NEST PASS DIVISION ^
ii %%-^%-%^»%%^i^t«ifc%%*%%%%%--s umI
Secretary—Chief Deasef, Nelsf-n ire*
elected.)
Kxccui Ive—Chlels Savage. Foote
mil l-atliani.
Fiimnee, transportation and exhibit
committees were elected.
Tlie next plaee 0/ meeting waa lix-
■ d for Revelsttrte, Chief Kink- with-
r'r.iwin- ('ranliroo'v from the con*
1 est.
The association is to lie eonsrat-u-
lated on theh selection of Mr.
Pink, for there is not a blotter t:re
nobler in the province.
THE (itiVERMIR QENERAL CLMIS
IHE BILLS
WALKS ovrh thf: summit and
CARRIRS HIS PACK.
K.iti Grey, governor general, the
Hon. R Benson, H. I.out-her, E. S.
Oliver; V. Hvde Raker and Captaio
Pickering, A.D..'., arrived in Cran-
brook tnd.iv hv automobile from
Windermere. The governor general's
nartv left Nelson last Saturday for
Aunila. from whence Uie trip over
tlie divide to Windermere was mad<
\]though tli*- parly were well sup-
ulif-d with horses, at the summit, ow*
!n« tg snow and a land slide, it was
omul Impracticable to er-ntinue
this wny u Karl Grey was de-
termlned to make ibe trip'the partv
shouldered their pack, the governor
■ei,. i.il u.tli the rest, took fifty
o"i'1|> each, and climbed up the
'in-Main to Davis' cabin and then
lown the pass to Windermere, where
thei won mel In V. Hvde Baker and
hi-  nul-nmoblle,  which brought thorn
'. • 1' 1,1 nl.i.>ok this moraine. The
iarlv lefl .ii the eastboond train
b r Winnipeg and may possibly c.r to
SenatOI KiiehofTei*. shooting li dge,
ii Poplar point, for a duck shooting
Irlp. The Cranbrook hand rendered
-•.■l.'l (Heellow. at tbe station before the departure of His Efcellencv.
TII! STRIKE IS OFF
Gencr-H -.mpri-.e was otispfd
lown Hie iir-i of the week wnen the
new-!! ivi ■ received that tho loaders of
I'ho m.irliintsis* strike hud in-tared It
oil ,in>l t-»lil Hie men to go to work
MusiV or the men, from the east
to the west, IVR -.ore and disappo-iiit-
i-d,. as there seemed to be no condi-
in.n*. or concessions, but simply the
fact Hut the strike was ended ' and
the men must look out for them-
i-lv.-v li, Cranbrook a number of
men have returned to work and many
id tb<- strike-breakers have quit-. At
• itli.-i points about tbe same condi-
liuns prevail, and it is expectod ttut
most of thc old men will return in
a short time.
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GRAND CHANCELLOR HKRK
II \, Rrown. grand chancellor,
commander of the Knights of Py-
thfas, *»f Sjeamous, was the guest of
the local lodge of that order last
Tuesday evening No work was put
on. inn lhe grAnd chanet-Hor cave an
Interesting talk to the lodgr. Atter
adjournment ,1 social session was held
and about 12 o'clock 1ho»e present
said good night to the cuest of the
erenlng and departed for thplr homes.
BEATTY WANTS TUP BARTII
I will pav 2(1 cents per yard for
1.000 or m«re vards of gravel or
clean soil -W   It.  Beatty. 28-41
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FOB SAl.K IN ORANBHOOK BY
G. T. ROGERS
L THE ORAM*HOOK HKItAM)
Never Put Off Until To-morrow
What You Can Do To-Day
11 E warm weather can't last for ever, and we ought to be prepared for the chilly
autumn shiver.
The summer suit that has gone to the Ball Qames for the past few months
is more or less soiled.
YOU'LL WELCOME THE TRIM, TASTY, FASHIONABLE NEW STYLES MADE FOR YOU
RANGING FROM $12.00 TO $35.00
STANFIELD'S
UNDERWEAR
its direct  from il.e niuniifm,
in flight. Medium, ami Heavy
WelphtK,
Kvery yarniont gnu mule
from $1.25 to $3.50 per Garment
Fancy Vests
We have ihe largOHt showing ol
Fancy Vital* in the city, Including oui
famous German nml Knylisb maitufnc-
tuie, in all colot'a. Tbene vents are only
shown by us, including tlie Wool Knit,
Pitney Striped uud Checks, ami Fancy
Worsteds,
Tbey are cozy looking ami stylish.
From $2.50 to $6.50
Caps and Gloves
A Imv'e ushOilment of Mm* 0«|w,
witb tur Lining and the ICliit Baud
Lifting,   Something new in lliis Iim*
From $1.00 to $2.00
A ni.
Furnishings
> licali si,i,.|. ol
IRISH POPLIN
A full line of Men'.-- Cloven i» Fur
Lined ami Wool Lined- ami a nice warm
I'riving Mitt in ull sizes ami a lull liim
of Men's Working Men's Gloves, Until
aii'l ouliiHhl.
Prom 50c. to $3.50
tfi Plain mul l-'miey Colors, in llm
li.'iliy shape ami tlie Stilnu Tie, uial
always » full line of Dress Ties "How
itml Hiring."
From Ilk. to $1.50
Onr range of
NEGLIGE ANO WHITE DRESS SHUTS
Ih without iloitht th.. linest we have
everaluiwn, including tin- ftttitolffi (Vat
Shirt.
$1.00 to $3.50
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IA. C.   Bowness
VVholusnli' U'liler in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
Wo
iwioiiiniimtl   I'.  Dawaon'a  SCOTCH WHISKIES i
tlialioBt.   And Holohcr's BfiD GROSS GIN.
All oilier choico liruitils kept in stock.
AGENT   FOR   T.    LABELLE   *   CO.
'I'n dour for Btouklakitij-, we will rraluee tho prices vu Oitte to
$3U.O0-, Timothy, $23.1X1; Wheat, *iill.(K).    Strictly Bi>ot cash.
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FOR   SALE
A number of liain and Chatham Second-hand lotting
Trucks, .lust tlic thin-* for Tic Contractors to buy.
Fnr particulars apply to
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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x FRUIT   LAND  FOR SALE
I have ft 6vo acre trael of Kruit Land, a little ovor a
mil.' from town that I will sell at a price* that will prove
attractive, with part cash payinc-itt ami balance on reasonable-terms.   Thin is a snap.
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"FRUIT   LAND."   Care   of   Herald   Office
NOTICE   OF   MEETING
Notice is hctoby riven that it is tlio
intention ol the "Cranliroolo Lodge,
Number Ml, Independent Order of Odd
I'ViimvK." to apply to Hit* Lieutenant
(lovornor-in-Council, pursuant to the
Ili-iii-vulcuL Societies Act, for authority In titans*;-' the name ol thc said
lodnc as herein licfore slated, and to
adopt tin' name of "Kev City Lodge,
Number 13, Indopmdont Order ol Odd
l-Vllntvs."
An,I tnke further nolice that a
mcritao, ol the said lodn ol (Md Follows will he held on the tli dav of
October, 1008, fo determine the notion to lie taken.
imtod lliis 5th dny nf September,
IMS.
W.   \.  Harris,
25-11 St-eretarv.
if! WIHiOOK   I.AM"   DISTRICT
Haywood, nf i
t<t I
I, Percy Thou
CmnbrooV, Wood Merchant, intend to
applv In Uie Commissioner of Lands,
and Works of 11, C, for permission tu !
nurcliase thc lollowlnp described '
lands:
Commencing ni post 20 chains \V.
of V W. (-inner df Lol XT It. thcitce
sun th -iti chains, I hence en st 2ft
chains, thence north in chains, thence
wesl 2fl chnins lo noinl nf commencement, containing .sn acres, more or
less.
Dated Sept. 8th, IMS.
35-91 Perce Thomas llavwood
ALL OVER
!THE  PROVINCE;!
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What might have prov«i a serious
fiio at Nicola w.is Ripped in t-he hud
Tuesday, when .in old fashioned central cnlniiipy tooJ< fin- in the residence ol A. It. Carriuxtoti.
Distractions havo been given Ity tiie
admiralty Inr the sloop Shearwater
to he paid oil at Esquimau on the
arrival uf n new crew from En-gland
about life end of October, and file is
to be recomnrissloneil the next day
for farther service on the wesl coast
of America. Thc new crew is to he
drawn from lhe Chatham depot,
ntul wlH g<> out to Halilax liy Ireleht-
:ship, the journey from Halifax tn Es-
[ijtiiiniill being made by the Canadian
' Pacific railway.
The Vernon fall fair was a great,
siiceess, with a magnificent -display
and the hest show of horses ever seen
in the Okiiuagan.
Shingles are expected to ta'-c a
.slump in the Canadian market as a
consequence of Hue dissension
among the manufacturers, whieh came
to it climax at a largely attended
meeting of owners of milts in Vancouver and vicinity- A greet 11 en ts us
to tlie price and the I tip Hat iou of the
output, according to the allotment
to each mill, are reported tu have
-•one hy lhe beard, and now il, is a
case of every producer get out tot
himself, selling as much at whatever
price he can obtain,
Ordinance has been published placing a duty of fifty cents per on lion on
jioiter, ales and heer imported lulo
ilu- Yukon Territory. This does not
apply to Canadian or llritish products. The ordinance is effective
November 1.
I*'reil ll. YuenHng, al one time
connected with the Linn Brewing
company; of RKHSlnnil, died ih the
nilson ward of Bellevue hospital,
New  York, Insl Monday.
An absolute denial was given out
from lhe olliees of the While Pass
uml Yukon railway to the rumor that
lhe C.I'.K. was negotiating for the
purchase of the Sort-hern company.
The denial was explicit.
Dr. Fletcher, Dominion entomologist, is now in thc province Inspecting the Indian orchards.
The old timers of the Similkitmcen
had a reunion and Irampiel recently.
The arch of asparagus ferns ia the
dining Iml! bore these letters, •■Welcome Fmtu-eis, ISflti-lHOH." •
The Kcretimes Trumpet lias reduced
its size lo meet, the shrinkuige in tinspirit of its business constituency.
This is too had as tlm Trumpet is n
good horn. The Similkameen Star
bus followed sail.
A young man named Colplls had
his arm shot off last week at Cumberland by a companion wbo took
him for a deer. How long will ii.
be hefore tlte burden nf proof is
thrown on llie man with   the nun''
A new saw mill will he erected nt
Nelson hv the Porta Rico Lumber
comjwny, ..n the c.p.H. flats between
the wimrf and the launch club.
V McFherson is su-H-rindc-nding the
work, The mill's capacity is t-o he
about. -15,000 feet per day.'
Oueen City Kehekuh Lodge No. ifi,
I.O.O.F., Nelson, is making preparations to celebrate on Thursday evening, October 15, the 57th anniversary
of the rounding of the order. The
celebration on 1Mb occasion, lo lie
known .is pasl grands nig-lit, will he
something more than ordinary.
The Oknnngnn Telegraph company
of Vernon, Is extendIni: its line north
io Armstrong nnd Enderhy.
It. P. McLennan has Lil.cn charge
nf Mr, Mehmis' campaign in Vancouver and the people of that riding arc
nssiired of n clean business-like eon
■ est from tbe Liberal side.
In ihe Dominion elections the returning officer's fee is tut) with «c. u
mile lot trnvclllns expenses. Special
coiisiabl.s on election dny win receive $1.50,
\ Iridic} line from Vancouver In
I'orlvnml has been surveyed, iu a
verv few years Vancouver uill have
I mm linn connections with San
Francisco.
Charles M. N'pwklrk- a well   known
neher  of the    Nicola countrv, died
Insl week.      ITp   was n veteran    of
I'-" American Civil war.
-IAM1RSON LEAVES C.P.R,
Vancouver, B.C., Oct. B.—Supor-
iileiHlent Arundel, ol the Pacific divi-
foii of the CntmiHan Pacific, left hero
loiluy to tnke lbe position nt Win-
nllteg, Man., of general siipcrinlciid-
enl, succeeding 11. IL .lamieson.
Wltmlnec:, Man., Oct, ti.—It i.s ru-
niore.i here that -lamieson is resign-
hnr forthwith to accent n nosllloii In
a private enterprise in Calgary.
CONSTItl'C'noN TO HE HASTENED.
OENEHAL     MANAOEIt        HAYS
SPEAKS UK BUILDING OK
TIIK EL T. P.
Vancouver, Oct. 3.—Thnt construction on the (Irand Trunk Pacific is
io he pushed in British Columbia
pist as rapidly as men and supplies
can lie secured for the work, is tin-
messtigij brought to Mn- coast this
year bj Charles At, Hays, general
manager of tbu company. Air. Hays
arrived licit- tonight.
on.- hundred and twenty miles of
new wnrk is now under construction
west ol Edmonton, and Mr. Hays ati-
iioiiuceil thai within llilrtj -lays the
company will be iu a position to eall
for leudi-Ls for au additional bwo
hundred miles wesl id Wolf river,
making the wrirk extend well into
British Coluttihla. A second bundled
iiiiles is i., he under contract east of
Prince Uupcit as soon us possible,
and tenders fot tills will likewise bo
called for wii-liin thirty days, making
-tin miles under construction on the
coast belore the end of the year.
Kinal arrangements for the construction of the section over the
inner tableland   of British Columbia
have Hot yet been made. On Mils
subject, Mr. Hays will confer with
members of the government at Victoria after he bus paid a visit to
Prince Rupert, und will discuss plans
with them. The handling of supplies
io the interior will he an Important
subject for consiiLrai Ion Three
routes, one from ltevelstoke another from Golden and the third from
Kamloops an- proposed for provision
ma-ds. Mr. Iluys will confer with
ilu- government regarding the making
of a selection, and if work is pushed
Ihis winter on the construction of a
supply road, it will have an Important bearing on the pushing through
of const met (on of the main line.
No final decision has vet been made
bv the eompanv reiranling the date
of the sale of lots at Prince Kupert.
This wlfl he considered on thc
ground when tlto partv is In the
norlh. and nf farther conferences
air-Ii the government.
BAND CONCERT
The Cranbronk City band, under the
direction of Bandmaster V. E. Corrison, will render the following programme on the band stand Tuesdav
evening next:
PROGRAMME;
Opening march—"Our   Director" ...
 Higclow
Walt/-"Korest    Park"   Thomas
Seb-etion of "Old PlanLiliou Songs"
  Lampe
Intermezzo— "Rninliow" ... Wrcuieb
Valsette-"l.o\e   Me and the World
is Mine"  Ball
Caoiiii—"l-'utir Little Blackberries"
METHODIST CHURCH
October IHli.
lira |wst„t win infaclf niornlni;
and ovoilill-;. lli|,|e tlifssm nml Suli-
il.iv scliool at three.
Tin- siilijit-t lur tli,. evening Uls-
V',"iP'; V)[ ll1' "•• I'i'iiirai'L Willi
Moll. Visitors, nnd Hume who ai-
ii'inl no I'liu'c nf worship rcaiihirlv nrn
invitctl.
Tnestlny—Missionnn' mretini!       at
rlfflll.
Wwlncsfliiv—I'raj-er sorvlce at
olwtl.     lliolr iirai-iici' al «.«.
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IIDV'S I1RIOADI0
Tiie niilii [ur llm flccoutrenicats tor
Ilu' Ininiulc. Ihis Iiitii iliMimti-linl to
I.iiiiiIiiii. • Knglnntl, n siilisciiiitiiiii list
linvlu"; liii-i, slnrtcfl for Unit mirposo.
111'". (.'. ii. Mnln uiul Uu- Rev. It.
Mucins ivill lie slad in receive as-
sislnnce in ilu- war ,.( ilottntlons.
Fitly iiollurs -.-.ill be minimi to iriv,.
Un- liricaili' a siai-f, niter wiiii'i ,1
small fi-i' Irom llie Inils will pay the
running expenses. Tlilrly-elglil Inils
ilrilli'il lasi Monday nlgbt, find it is
hupnl Uml ilu- strcncilf ol thc company will li,. brought In fifty bclnrr
Ui.' lirst march mil takes place
LOCAL OPTION.
Rev. W. I.. Hall, H.A., and
Rev, 11. Mnifhcs will visit Creston,
Moyie, I'ranliroi*, Coal Creek, Ker-
nie, nnd Miehel in Uic interests of
ineal option (or Hrllish Columbia
and prosperity; (lie churches are combining at the coast Ior a thorough
educational campaign in this direction
during the coming winter, and a petition lie suit lu the parliament asking
fur such a measure early in life nexl
session.
tin-
TIIK PICTURES.
(lood plcl ores and good houses
Imve been tin- order ol lhe weeki at
Hie Edison. The management, alter
a great deal oi trouble have secured
Uie service ol a ronllv good film
renin! service ami the pictures arc
distinctly pleasing the public.
•'(iraiiilfnUier's Pills" .mil the
"Strange Dud" were pictures that
brought down Ihe house as were
"Tlie Weird Svnipathy" and "Kish
I'reserving" Mrs. Devett's remler-
Ini; ol tin- illustrated songs was, as
usual, firsl-clnss.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF CRANBROOK
NOTICE
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED IT    ABOI'T   TIIK CITY
BV ASKING OI'KSTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Commou chairs, atlc.—C. C. S.
Common chairs, 50c.—C, C. S.
II. IL Bohart, the Wardner hotel
man, was in the city nn Tnes-ilny.
At Fernie last Siimiav to Mr.
am) .Mis. W. It. Boss, a   .iaiiiihter.
A. Ward, the Swansea rancher, was
in the city on Tuesday.
Siieeial burpiins each day at Hill
■V Co.'s.
Mrs. Donohllo was in tin- eily on
Tuesday.
Mrs. A. I-:. Watts, <.f Wattsbnrn,
was in the city nn Tuesday
Look for bargains raeh dav at Hill
A Co.'s.
Grant Belnitgw, ol Mnrvsvill
tn t-bi! city on Monday.
Special bargains each dav at Hill
* Co.'s.
I>. H. Vatcs. n[ WyoliilO, was in
'ranbtnnk  nn  Muiiitav.
11. II. Ross, nf Wabln. uas in Imvn
in Tuesday.
A. .McDougal, tbe Ferine liiinbei
kin -   was m tbe citv on Mmidnt.
SiHi-ial bargains eacb tlav at Hill
& V'o.'s.
T. Cartwrighi. i.f Movie, wns in
Cranhrook on Monday.
Al. .1. Ihini-llan is tmw acting as
lelieving ilcs|mteller   fur Ibe C IML
Itobcit Itobsoti, uf Mttyook, was In
Cianbrooli on Friday last.
Look fur bargains each day at Hill
A- t.'o.'s.
\\. V. (Inrd visited Fernie last Friday on legal business.
WANTKIV-Girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. G. W. Patmore,
Itakvr Hill. 28 It
llut-n-At Cranhrook, H. C, mi
September 2Xth, 1008, to Mr. and
Mrs. .1. <i. Ma-ngan, a sou.
P. Woods, of P. Wood & Co., went
tu Plneher Creek un Tuesday to size
up the cattle situation.
Special bargains eaeh day at Hill
& Co.'s.
.1. F. M. Pinkham returned at t-he
end of lust week from Ids shooting
trip to Calgary.
WANTKIK-Oirl for general housework. Apply Mrs. \V. V. Gurri,
City. 28-tl
P. MeConnell, of Waldo, returned
last week from a trip to Vancouver,
Seattle and Tacoma.
Otis Staples, of the Staples Lumber company, uf Wyeliffe, was in
Crnnbrook ,,n Saturdav.
Ontario Red Roger and Concord
grapes at Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
Lewis Hackett, of Hosmer was n
Cranbruok visitor at the beginning
nf tbe week.
Winter is coining and your furs will
want renovntiug. Sit- Uie Kast Kuo-
u-nay Dye Wurks.    Leas', block. 27-2t
Mrs. Erlekson nnd Miss Kricksou
were over from Fori Steele un Pridny
afternoon.
Goilier Jones, uf the Crows Ncsl
Pass Lumber company, oi Wardiei,
was in the city Friday.
See our line of wasbing machines,
which are giving sneh satisfaeUon.—
Patmore Bros.
K. T. Little, late nf Macleod, is
now dperntor in the railwav service
olliie of the CIVIL
Look for bargains each dav at Hill
A* Co.'s.
II. L. Watt, uf Toronto, Out., son
uf Mr. Hitgli Wall, of Fort Steele,
visited bis father last Friday.
Hotter trv a pound of our regular
lOu, confectionery for 20c. Saturday
only at The Palm,
Maurice Ojdnin, sii|«>rintcndent of
tbo Electric bight eompanv visited
Fernie on company's business last
Mundae.
II. H. Morris, superintendent of
the Pacific branches nf the Canadian
Rank of Commerce, was in the citv
un Tuesday.
That suit wants pressing. Well
take it to the Kast Kootenay l)y«
works.—\\, C. Veils, manager, l/eask
block, 27-2t
O. F. Pownall, of Victoria, wbo
is largely interested in lauds in the
Kmiteiiay river valley, was in Unci I y at the   end of last week.
In our common chair bargain this
week, we will not sell mure than six
to any one customer.—O. C. S.
W. Armstrong, who has Ihvh working at Fernie since the tire, was in
the city visiting bis family at tin- end
of last' week.
WANTED-Servant girl or nurse
•ill. Apply P. O. Box 15, Cranbrook, B.C. 27-tf
The -graml jurv have been summoned
for tbo assizes to bo held here on the
20lh. This is the first time that
the supreme court has sat in Cranbrook.
Special bargains each day at Hill
&  Co.'s.
Tlm parties who broke into my
liac-ki near the Standard Lumber
mill last Saturdav are known to me.
If Ihey will settle at once there will
be no trouble.—E. A. Lesvrt.    28-lt*
Alt kinds of dry dyeing, cleaning
ami steam cleaning at the East Koo-
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS     j
OTTAWA.
Murpbf A Ffshnr,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    an*
Patent Office Agent*.
Practice Before Railway Commlssiuo
Charles Murphy. Harold Fisher.
W. F. OUKI),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
UKANHKOOK.IlKlil.SIl   l'tll.1 lllll.
MISS WILHELMINA MOSS
CRANIATE NURSE
1IIIPH1.NI  iu
MISS   GREEN
Klmiliiiitc r..i..,ii..t,..,iH.-rv,,i..r>.>r Mil.!.,)
LESSONS IN PIANO ANO THEORY
NIH Clan  tlMM,   i.   "CM  lllmlratil
MHIl -MM.V lor UllHin."
STI'DIO:  AHM-ITIin.Va   AVKKUK
Ti'lonllnni, UCI
Any ni.il>- nr female bcin-, n Britisti
siilijifl ol tlir lull asf of l«pn1y-<iiir
yoitis, wlm I'fiii-ifs i.ti biislnrfiE) in lli«
S'&Tl'^iTJtti w\A, «»^ "KS7 UtstiS; Si.
tint li>sv llinn '.Villi <« wlm is     a '   Hii-"1'    I'linimins,  II.IM..S
I'ni,i i
Oil ck
N.irll
SH
rliim—"ll I'linnrtn
-"Tlw   Voek
Air. bv V. !•:.
S;iV|.  till'   Killf^
O'Connor liousolioklor, slmll ho ciillil,-l lo bav« i I'.lko, wns In lown nl Hi,,   vnrl
NK'ri'-N'WM.i, now head oi-
I.ATK OKIIKIt.
Ids or hi-r ii.un. tcnil un       tlm
,l Hid  'VoIi-i's 1,1st    ol  tin-  Municipality,
iiirWnn lifVliW tliat lw nr   sin- shall dunlin
Hn- iiiiinlh nl Oi-tobi-r, make ami causi.
ilu In- ilcllvorcil    In Un- ,-1,-rk nl    Uie
Mniiii-iimlily, tin. iim-is.iiy utiiltttory !.M 0|||ce
'ilc'lalaliiin lllllflf; anil siiIisimibMl    he-'
(uiu ft    Siipri-ini.   Court    „r 1'nnnly
Court    JikIkp.   »tl|n>nillnry or I'oilc
.Magistrate,  Coliimissimin- f„f
Oll-
litst wt-f-k.     Mr. I'liinmitis 'is nti
linirr in   Ihis   ilistrirl ami lus     a
ntiiiihi-r of fiii-mls In-iv.
Miss lila     l.owr will Hive wctiiUR
classi-s    in     sliortharril.   Api.lv Hit
23-11
Ainonit lliosi'   who wnil lo       Hit-
Huokaflo    lair on     Turailiiv morniim
II.     !■'.. Ili-alli,-,   10, II. Small,
'"SlS I V. •'• Il'»vnras ami witn, itusli Sli-w
Monseluiipitr lionlniwill, archblalioii'alllflavlls in llm Suprfiiii'Cottrt, .tu$-1 , ,.   ,,   ,
if N,w WratmiiMlor. ImsIxwii aolecloil Hit of llm   1'c.iit or Sotnrv Pnbllr   :lM "™ !' Maihreon.
.ii|ii-iior-i!oni-ial of tin- Olilali- Orilor. as si-l forlli   in   Ilu- schi-ilni,. of tlm    'l'1 HIvNT—Funiisliiil loom     with
I'lic i-liclioii was hi-W on .Snnil.iv at Municipal Clauses Ail. or without  hoard.      Apply Ik>x A„
Unfile.     IVIi-nnli's from all owr Can-!   This ilirlaratinn musl hn deposited "•"'' llerttld. 28-lt*
!•*._ H. VanDecar, Harry .lone,s, Bert
aila hail left Iii al'i-nd tho convention nl tlu' nllli f tin- Clerk     of     the
of tin- order, which coinnieiieod     on Municipality on or belore live o'clock
Si'iiieniher I".    The chief mirnoso ol (sis o'clock   local   lime) nl the "1st
Hie ciiiivciitii.fi was to choose a   sue- flay of Oetoher, 111118,       The declara-
oessor    lo the Into   siipcrlor-f-oiieral, lion musl lie delivered within lorty-
llev. l-'aili.-i I.avanliere.                     fei(*hl hours alter it is    made,    Per*
Mar. Pimli-nwill was born in llisch- sous uitalilleil as llcenao holders     or
wilier. .Vlsaie-l.nrraiiie, in 1857,   and hoiisflinlilers who    are not property
while slill n   ninth, went over to the holders, must attend lo the re^lstra-
I nilcil Stales, silllin* in llllllaln anil lion ol their naiors.     Persons   who
rni'lvtmj n ureal pari ol   his oducn- have become regifltcrod property own-
I ii 'ii   Ihere.     Shorllv   after he wns ers since Ihe "1st     December, 1U07,
setil to Ollnwn eollene, where Ik- pnr- arc retim-sted     to inlorm the under-
siii"! his   studies iu classics, and    in si*neil at once.
1885 was ordained a priest..      Alter ■ T. M. Itoherts,
some years     ;,t the   collene, he was "'   '    ' "    "
Iransi'crritl lo llritish Columbia.
VanDecar and II, S, Corbin
rciumcd from their hunliir* Irlp on
Stt'iilay. They have two flue dwr
and a mounlain i-«a't to Hie credit ol
their Kims.
Look for barnnins each dav at Hill
4 Co.'«.
I'inch an I .lones luve set up a
sawmill at the new Corbin enal
mines un Michel creek -'"--l will snnn
lie divldinn those beautiful spruce ami
iack nine lugs up into boards and
dimension lumber.—Hosmer Times.
H. C. C. SALMON
PIANO  LESSONS
l.essoi.s iii Musical Theory
DANCES  ATTENDED
In and Out of the City
Full Orchestra or 1'lano Only
CKANBROOK       -       B. C.
)»♦**•****♦#*.♦«#»»-.♦*»♦*•♦#'»
C. H. DUNBAR       |
Barrister. Solicitor, Notary    *»
Public, Etc. S
Cranhrook,     -     -    B. C.    »
It************************
DKS. KINU & URI'l-N.
Physicians and Surgeons.
UUle. at   Keslilenee,   Armitrouf   A,.,
ornoii HOUIIS l
Korenn-'lis ■ - ■ . (lllll In III.llll
Allemo  - - - 3.ml tu   4.011
Evenings .... 7.au to  8.S0
Sundays - - - - 3.:ill to   4.311
CRANHROOK :: ::     B. O,
DK. F. li. MILKS
UKNTIST
OI'l-'ICK   HOURS:
9 to la a.m.
1 lo   6 p.m.
7 lu   dp m.
Office In new Itcid lllock
CtUNIHiOllK -       -        - II. O.
j *********************
I , .1  n.ci-MMisiin ,.,-l-UUIVIIH ♦
;; CUMMINGS & CUMMIMiS X
', ', CIVIL RNIilNEMIS AMI  llnMIMIIN 1
' |      ANO B. C. LANII SUHVBVnRS      ♦
j I'AiVMI18 Cranbrook, B.C. I
**********************
J. T.  LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.   Lind  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    ■     B. C.
I'. 0. Swilliliell, H. I.. S., II  C. I„ S.
A. I, llolierlBon, ll.C. I.. S.
8WANNELL & R0BERT80N
Dominion ntul BriMe!) Columbia
LAND SURVEYORS
I1.0. Dmwer7l»:i        VIH01IA, I.C
W. It. H.iiiiv. Fm nl nlrflntiir
t.niiibn-.ik P, C, I'h.inn N». H!*
.i. w. lit TM-:i)iii:
VIlTIKINtllV SIIKOHON
Iililillllllc nf Ulllill'iil Velerillllrv
t'olleife, Toionlo, iu INIW.
.Iniilmito ami Meilullist ol
MeKillip's Voturfimry t'olleffe,
Ohlcilgo, in I'.'iin.
Nine    yuurs'    uxpnriuueo    in
Vulerlmiry prnet'Ctiin Manltolin,
(llllu al Cranhnink Until.
Clerk of the Municipality. I   Calllornia Tokay   napes at Flak's
Dated October 1st, 1908.        27-41 Pure Food grocery.
KOI! SALE.
Five square miles ol timber, situated three mites from Crows Nest
Pass Hallway, near Cranbrook. D.
C, estimated to contain 15 million
leet. Rnsy loc-rlni* anil down hill
roads. Apply to Mrs. E. 11. Husband, 121 Main St., Hamilton,
Ont. J4-8t-

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