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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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OUANBUOOK,   BttlTISH  COLUMBIA.   Till I.SDAY.  .tri.V   25,   1907
NUMB-IB    18
ADVEUTIS1NO   CN  THIS PAPER  COSTS   YOU   NOTHING,   As IT ALWAYS BRINGS VOU SOMETHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
IIKiD  Oil ICE, TORONTO
B. K. WALKER, PnaUent
AI.KX. LA1KU, C.o.r.1 Manager
A. .(   1HKLAHII, Sup.llnlend.ut ol
Branch..
tST.DUSUEU IMI
Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches Inroughout Canada, anil In Ine Unite* Slates an*. Elllui
A GKNIiKAL I.ANKISU BUSINESS TRANSACTKB
COMMt-UCAL ANU FMtMIMr PAMR DIKOUNTUI
SAVINGS BANK DEPAttTMENT
Deposits ul $1 nnd upward! received, mid lu.ercit allowed nt
enn.ni rule*, llie defmsllur In Miblcet lo no delay whatever ta
lhe wl.lulmwiil ol lhc whole ur nny portion ul the depuatt.
Cranbrouk Branch,     -      F. C. MALPAS, Manager
"APPALLING DISASTER
MANY KILLED AND INJURED"
Mow  often   ilo   we   read  this
Heading' in the Dally Papers?
Accidents Will Happen Everywhere
The Best and Safest Thing to do
is to carry an Accident Policy.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate CRANBROOK, B. C. Insurance
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.Insl receive.!, it Hi.ip.ueutof
PR. WILLIAMS' FLY AND INSECT DESTROYER
It is ;i Liquid Compound thai will destroy Iiu-ects ami Flies.
Use it on your Cattle nnd Hogs.
Use It about your Poultry HouBeH.
It in -"iiiiranteeil to protect Horsefi mid Cattle from Hiei and
vermin; to kill Live on Cat lie uud IIojzh; to «xterii-inata I'oullry
House Vermin; to oradlcHle Bed I'm.*, CiH-kn-iit'lu'i* und like luiutt!-
Iml.l peste wlu'ii useil according to direction*).
Put up in 75c. and $1,50 patented screw top tins
C„ E. REID CBo CO.
THI!
imtumisis
Diafwaalig la our ap.il.l.y
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Wlu'ii vnu atari out to lmv
|   SILVERjWARjE
J      Don'l forget thai wo lmve just received one ol the largest
shipments ..I' SI...-Iiui.- thnt we have ever put in stock.
We have just n ivoil .-. brawl  now   lino ot Souvenir
Spoons,   .'..ll ii. ..ml have it look ut them.
*      W.    H.   WILSON* Gradu&'e'opliclan
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'• PHONE 56
; THE quau»jl——
fancy and Staple (Irocerles
Headquarters for Fruits
CAMPBELL &  MANNING
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DIAMIINI.H, KM Ml ALUS, HIHHKS,
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AJIKT..YSTH, BTC,
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,' ..iif ...nil.' up lor .vnu
WM F.TATE
THE JEWELER"
Uliiiiil Wati'li ln.|wctor lorC, P. R,
trow. Nwt l>,i.n Divi.i.m
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' ' «11:41. nr American tiuike. alwuyri
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Hi.f(,ri.iii'i.H in llraiilnnok : \V. K.
Tail, l-'liik Muri'iinlilB .',,., V.
I ly...- Ilakur, W. II. WHm... ami
Ittiitl'H Dry Goods Blore,. A.l.ltcHs :
P.   H.   JOHNSON
11 I'. 1. Hox mill      Calgary, Alia.
JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Specialty
Aik.-i.s Block, Cranlirook
WANTKD-I'osltlon in oHlco by
co.u|K-tei.t man. Hood references.
Apply to A. J. Morgan, Cranlirook,
B. 0. M
LAURIER RETURNED
THE PREMIER GIVEN A GRAND
RECEPTION
Quebec, July 11I.-AIHioi.r1i the
Empress ot llritain made a record
trip and the premier arrived many
hours lii'lnrc tit- ivas oxpected, H.ero
w.is an i111111e1.se crowd on the ivlnirl
BASE BALL
SIR WILFRID LAURP»U AT HOME tion arc given to tlie committees who
  j worked   so haul   for the .success    ol
(Toronto (ilobe ) Iilw day. and to the doimtors ol   th.
The premier ot the Dominion arriv- generous prizes, fruit, candy ami otii-
<*d last night at Quebec on liis return  er things   which helped    to wive   I!i-
froni a somewhat   prowacled sojourn children a good time on their rumihI
to (Weat Britain ami the continent of outing dny.
Europe,    Tlie occasion of ins journey i .. ^	
was     the   Imperial    Oonlercnce,     oil
which he was one ol the mote inter-
eating ami   influential   members, but | 	
lie gave   his   personal attention     to THE HERALD    (IAMB ATTRACT-
i.Uier important- matters, or     whlohj \:u A BIQ CROWD
Interest in local baseball Is on tlie
increase and llie crowd are target
than ever. Tlie peuple ol Cran
brook owe a great deal tu the base-
hall buys lor Hie entcrtalnmenl they
are turnlalilng ihis season. Tin*
Herald game was the hig fatum Huh
vu-i*l. and diew .1 b-lg crowd.
THE HERALD COMPETITION
I'he ball name Tuesday    night    lor
1 Harold competition proved one o|
1 best played and most Interesting
mes ut the season, and  with      the
septlon ol the sixth and seventh In*
Igs     no    hetter   exhibition of ball
lying has ever heen put up In   the
[own.       Tlio two teams   had    been
--elected by EJ, IL Small nud James
n°*test the offlcial    umpires of     tho
-y league, and that both     showed
imi Judgment in their selections was
'he crowd iu attendance was a ri-
-old breaker, ami they showetl their
ippreclatlon of the players work bv
the magnificent manner In which they
esponded when tlie collection was
itkeu up, the sum ot $27-tii being
■oiitribuleit and turned over to the
haw-bull association.
Bayard  Staples, of     Wyeliffe, um-
plied  the matelt and bis  work      was
excellent   that  he  was  highly ap-
iwlcil, hy both players nml Bpeeta-
OANADA'S URAND OLD MAN.
at 10.80 o'clock last, nighl. to welcome Sir Wilfrid Laurier, ami he was
accorded n reception that put iiv Ihe
shade all previous demonstrations to
welcome a returning premier.
Sir Wilfrid appeared smiling an.l
happy, hrow'ied hv the Atlantic
breezes ai*d evidently full of healthy
energy; indeed, not for years has he
looked so well.
Sir Wilfrid's reception started at
I.'lie M-a-diinii', where tho government
steamers Druid, Lady ' Aberdeen,
Krontenae, Lady Gray," Stratlieona
and the ferryboat Polaris met the
big Canadian Pacific railway liner,
The Polaris was loaded witli members
of parliament and representatives
from all over Eastern Canada.
The programme was a toed deal
mixed-, owing to tin.* early arrival of
the Empress of llritain. II had been
Intended to take Sir Wilfrid from
Urosse Isle on the l.adv Grey, lui'
this was found Impossible at the last
moment, so the premier ami his party
came to the ancient capital on the
Mm press.
At the breakwater, the reception
committee and members of parliament boarded the Empress and wcl-
lomed sir Wilfrid home, The band
if the Royal Canadian Garrison was
in the deck ami played a series of
national airs as Mm* big boat pulled
As soon as the preliminary for-
inalitirs wm over sir Wilfrid Laurier, wilh Lady Laurier, Madame Bro-
ilt'ur, Miss Melvme Jones, ami other
members of the premier's party was
transferred to the government steamer Lady Grey, which conveyed liim
with a crowd of Ids admirers to tbt
King's   wh
 f,    where a second wel
awaited Sir Wilfrid
On  disoioharbing     the  whole parly
were  taken  in proccsftlon through  the
elaborately   decorated  streets   to    the
Chateau Kronlenac     Sir Wilfrid will
'main at tin*   Chateau Krontenac all
iv imvting his friemls.   This evening
I   K    o'clock a I  big procession    will
fni in tip at the chateau and march to
St   ivtei's market, where Sir Wilfrid
and other    members nf ihe Dominion
ami     provincial    governments    will
speak und tin* leal r..rui,il welcome to
Ihe preiiiiei   will  take place.
Saliirdav morning   Sir Wilfrid and
party will start  for Montreal on the
L.niv Grey, stopping al Three Rlvora
ami     Sore!,    where brief demons!rails will he held.     The parly   will
ive at     Montreal early Saturday
•iiing.
some are likely lo bear fruit In the
coming years for the liilvaneciiieul of
Canada.
Sir Wilfrid was a welcome and esteemed visitor, not merely in London,
where he was entertained as a distinguished Imperial statesman, hut in
Paris, where he was received as an
illustrious French-Canadian, lu a
way which his own countrymen can
perfectly understand he impressed the
people id hoili countries hy his personality and charmed them hy h'i»
oloquenou, while he remained all the
time frankly Canadian. They found
him callable hut only of thinking imperially, hut of expressing his Imperialist thoughts with the force of 11
statesman and the grace of an orator.
Iu his altitude and utterances al
the Imperial conference Sir Wilfrid
correctly and acceptably represented
lhe vast majority of lus fellow-Canadians-, who are ijuilc willing to discriminate in favor ot Great Britain
iu the matter of trade and tu leave
to her people the privilege to select
their own way to mark their appreciation of the preference extended to
them, In his proposal lo establish,
with the co-operation of the mother
country ami ber self-governing colonics, a great trallic route from Britain
to the Antipodes hy way of Canada
he submit ted a project which lias
hetu favorably received and will ultimately be carried inlo effect. If he
was not the originator of the. Idea
ihat tbe Imperial conference should
he made a permanent institution, be
gave his hearty support not merely
to it, but also to the establishment!
of a bureau within the Colonial office
for the collection and diffusion ot information likely to promote good
feeling among llie colonies and make
them better acquainted with one
another.
It is appropriate and
connect with Sir Wllfrii
ing the it-collection tli;r
fm more than a decade
Ier of tbe Dominion,
ship of eleven years is
continuous term in the
n-ada, except the   1:
inevitable tt
l's homo-corn
' ht! has been
prime minis-
Ills premier
Ihe longest
history     of
1 premiership
nf Sir John Maodonald, which
ceeded it by a single year. That he
may to long spared to confer slill
greater advantage on Uw Dominion
while he wins still higher prestige foe
himself is today the heartfelt wish of
his fellow-eiti/ens of all political
complexions, (or it utav truthfully hu
said that, while ho has always had
political opponents hi* lias never had
political ciielilies1.
BACK FROM THE WOODS.
Tuesday was a uindc-to-order picnic
.lay. Sou... said Laurier did it, utli-
crs Mel.rid,', others liavc tliclr own
opinions. Anyway, it was an Ideal
outing day and Hu. llln I'rcsliyli.r-
ians wlio left tl... "madding crowds"
ol llie study tun.. I.ad a splendid
time. About liflccii .igs t-.uiiW Hu.
crov.il. A let was pitched in a
shady nook just, across Hie Mission
road liridge, where tlm almndanco of
refreshments were kept. Swinging
and other amusements gave Hie
children a gala duy. Dinner nnd
supper were served upon the grass
under shady trees. Ami nearly all
the children enjoyed a paddle In tin;
croefc as much us though it were a
bathing resort. Luring the afternoon a lengthy ami interesting program ol tii'iil sports was carried out.
Tlie lollowing Is a list, ol the sports
uml prize winners:
Senior Iniys—C. McCoii-nu, lirst,
walcb; W. Hill, second knir.-.
I.it.-mi.ill.il,- hoys—E. Tato, Hist,
kiiifn; u. Clarke, second, harmonica,
.luirfon lioys-W. Dallas, lirst, hank;
W. Laurie, second, pistol.
.....ply    proven l.y the   game put up.
II was exactly 7.15 when Umpire
ilaplcs called "play hall," and
lutes' team WOai tn hat, hut were
''ti.nl in one, two, three unit'..
Small's aggregation tl.cn went tu
at ..Inl wc.-.' successful in gotWim a
..... across Hie plate hetorc tl.e inning was finished.
ll. lhe first hall nl lite secninl
l.ni.'s' crowd gathered in two scores
ml then presented the Small bund.
villi n goose egg, llm Inning closing
uilli Hu. score nl 2-1 in lavor of
Hales.
The    third   Inning   resulted In    a
mis., egg     fm- llaics,  white Small's
■(in. secured another ...... tlclng the
si"..', .....I in iim iinirlh inning   Ihey
repented the trick, placing the...   one
n the lead.
Tl.e lilll. Inning failed t<• change the
result, as both teams shut, out, hut
in the sixth Inning both pitchers began to weaken and ll.c lire works
started. In the first had the Hates
lea... got their batting clothes on ami
..Her they were headed olt three men
had chased across the plain In time
In beat lhe ball, and when they were
retired Manager Dates riot so busy
consoling Manager Small, Unit ho
failed In perceive liis own pitcher
nas weakening, and the old adage
thai "Pride goeth lii'fini. a lull" was
..gain exe.nplilied, us Small's It-am
swatted the ball all over the Held and
ran bases like a h'unch ol jack ralh
bils with a pack ol hounds in pursuit, and when lhe inning closed   tin.
'iuc was 8-5 iu Small's lavor.
In lhc seventh .lack Heed relieve!
Ilurio.i iu Hu. pitcher's tion and retired llu. Hates team without a
re. .lack McCallum essay-
to .1 lhe same bv
Small's tram lull, the wnrk
proved Io strenuous and three more
runs were added to Small's credit Itc-
[..... the inning closed, making tin,
lotal 11-5.
In H.e eighth Hales secured another
run, and in the last hall Jorgeascn
outdated iu the pitcher's box and
Small's team was shut out.
Hates' team went to bat in the
ninth, but could only secure one tally
iintl the game closed with the score
11-7 in Small's lavor, and the lollowing were presented witb a year's subscription to "the best paper In the
best, town, in Uie hest province in
Canada:" K. II. Small, manager;
Wm. Harrington, .1. C. Heed, Warren
HcHcck, Uordo.i Sutherland, Jack
Reed, .1. II. Henderson, .1. Mvers, F.
H. Anderson, Webster Burton, 11.
Speiice,    players; A.   McCowan, olli-
(Conlinue.l on page eight.)
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Savings
Accounts
Invited
i
Interest Paid Quarterly
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Are you one of
Our Customers?
If not it will pay you t.i be one. \V<- have the largest a.nl
best stock, of Prn^s. Stationery, etc., iu the Kooteuays.
Huy where you
Can Buy Cheapest
ninl nol what yon nsk f.>r
WH. NEVER SUBSTITUTE
L'iiHiH-*-^:^
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RIVER DRIVERS WANTED
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g| 40 Men wanted for work on the St.  j|
ij Marys and Kootenay River drives.  1
I Wages 30 cents per Hour ]
$
WITH   BOARD
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% The Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co. i
WmWffl&mWmmmmmmmmmm
Senior   girls-lli'll.i   Taylor,   lirst,
Isash; Sadie tlillis, WCond, handbag.
I   Junior girls'-lliiiTi.'i Kennedy, Hist
dull;   Hazel    Taylor,   second,  cruet
!stand.
I Hoot rnce-W. Hill, llrnt, stick-pin;
Andy Patterson, second, slick-pi...
I Sack race—A. McCallum, lirst,
knlle; Ralph Laurie, Bocontl. ki.il.-.
I Three-legged race-.'. McCowan ami
II. I.ii.hie, lirst, sti*i|.ins; A. McCallum nml 11. Kottmler, second,
, baseballs.
I'otatoe race—(I. I'la.lie, Cran-
. brook, stick-pin.
I'igg race-Miss Sadie Glllls, first,
1 brooch; Miss Bella Taylor, second,
hand-bag.
I Needle race—Mrs, Mlghton and ■!.
McCallum, lirst, licit (iml cl.atalino
bag; Robert. Klnlay ami Miss Helta
Taylor, second, handkerchief and tie.
High jump—w. Hill, ink stand.
Ilr.ni.1 jump- C, McCowan, c..H-
links.
Lollies race-Miss Mil,.'ml, first,
sterling silver pen holder; Mrs. Dalian, second, belt.
Shooting—llolit.     Laurie,      watch
(bain.
The thanks ol tho  whole congrcga-
REID
&
CO.
ii
The Big
Store
CRANBROOK. B.C.
Dont Overlook Our
Clothing Bargains
Boys' Suits, 25 % Discount
Hen's 2=piece Suits
Only n few left,   *:!.!>,". and s;,.'...".
A Few Odd Suits
95.05, worth 87 lo $10.   86,95, worth $12 to $17,
25 per cent. Discount
On all othr-r linos up tti August 1st.   Those ar*; genuine
bargains.
BASEBALL LEAGUE GAMES
Wo olTor as a First Prize to each member of tho
Winning Nine (it the ohmo of tin- season
A   PATH OF $5.00  SI.ATCIf SIIOKS THK   < KAM'HOOIv    IIKI-AU.
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A LAKE FOR CRANBROOK
84 SHIPM
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Wore l..i.ul.'.l Inal wook l.y .is lo ll,,- 1'  !'. It.  for delivery, i
\\V lmve iln- slock, lite right  price ui.il lhc f.iciliiiea  for ♦
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Mr. I'-in.-ii.T. ul Civston, Mr. Milium;., nl I l,..i..,-.-. or Mr. ♦
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away fori, few .lays....;. well e.-irti"it vneati ni: bin sl.oot inyour ♦
order   I.is ...uii'i-slmlv. Mr. Ouinlierlaiul, will give you quick i
notion. *
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LAKE I'.' THIS CITY
... ..l  (lie | .1   linn   ih... bas    ii
ie.if.ft ,i li.t of people \il... have ..
.ai regrel led dial n city so uiagn
llcii'i.tli lru.-iit.nl as Cranb'rnuk is hn
mi l.n miles .". boatii ' ..n.l li.iiin.i.
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being lhe    premier   ol the Canadian     Writers ami    publicists at the pre- 1      ^Vl^Ul  1   kj        £   IV  1   La, l_f      I
province    lapped   by  -the   Pacific's | sent time,    when Interest has   again | X ' CALGARY,   ALBERTA %
waves, were 'in- Mandarin of a become nculo in the conditions thai
.'1. ni-.- province ,,.. Hu- oilier side of surrounded Hf purchasu ..I Alaska
ll...I ocean,   1 ..I.l in.. have     ac-lfrom    Russia by Ibe    United Slates
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■\-    Iii    l'i.i.il.r.iiik     in,nlil li-
ll- 1  villi waler, ..ml this could   he
em .1 :' ' Hf pipe il...I  furnished
'li   E,i .1    Kn..ifii,ii mill.      II is-   ..
t- iiiii- l.n i   Ihal     ivitli  lhe lower
p - Il.n. of tip pip,, Idled wilh waler
.. .1 then ll.c lop    ...' lhe stand pipe
"i.f-.i! .md     Ibe ('rani t .-ml    nl
Ibe long     ni| pen .1   lhe flow    ...
u ile. would draw the nil- frnm the
llovie end nl tin- pipe nml sl.irt in
idion a nitnr.il    .ivphon Ihal would
<<..llllllli'   In     flow       ....lit   Hll'   11.>l     Hi
n. n-1,ml would le filled, and I'l-nii-
.'I,,,' would li-ave a lake. There
em ihi I    an  .ii,.us obleclions nn tl. ■
mir I  nl  lhe prop f Movie, as    111?
ink m nl lhe waler Irom llie upper
llnvic lake would i niv lower ll.c
mil 'ni portion for a shorl time.
I h ii il..- water in the upper I,iln- is
ii il  lhe fluffi tv nf uni- individual nr
i i.f.i for !i« (ou 1", i would be
I.til.;   ml .If ensl nf laving     nol
e. Sl.d ..ore.     The pipe could he
'. in position, .uni whenever Hie
-..- got low, ..- i. ii.i.:li. in .lulv and
lira . Hi- reserve In Ihe uppei
.'.. - lake .....l'l lie drawn mi nl
II.        The scheme would give     lo
a.ibrook .. line sumuiei resort -I
mill   nn in   .1"' formal ....    ..! bo...
.lis   with handsome clubhouses   ....
,- ie!.- shore, the buying ..I launches
,-l can. es, and giviiiu an ouporlun-
i.il In this' cilv. Eurlhermorc lb
ke ,'.'>.' 1 he -.Ifl i-i Willi lifli an I
II.in n v.... nr two be Iraailormed
l.i a . -nil-', piscatorial |.aradisc,
iTbe Herald Irusts Ihal Ihe prnpnsi-
" ii will If ..ik.-ii nn nn.l H.e si.i.li-
f ifiii'-l tu handle lhe mailer in
..sin. -s Iil..- manner.
l'l 111.11-     lll'I'TP.'fl     (.!•'   LABOR
UNIONISTS
(By i.ll'ni.il Reporter)
Trades unionists ol Cranhrook
u -ii- mil in Imif .... Saliirdav evening Ins. In lisle., in .... address trom
W. H. Trotter, the organizer lur ll.c
Trades and Labor ('....mess ol Canada, .'.nl ;l deep interest was lake., iu
lhc various matters nfiectlng lhe
labor organizations which were Ihus
brought before the meeling.
The Trades Congress ol Canada   is
now    composed    ol      over 500      local
...iii.ns uiih nn altilnil.-.l membership
ol over Hn.noo Canadian trade iinlnn-
isls Tin- slrcnglh ol lhe Congress
f gradualiy growing and during iln-
lasl Iwo yenrs Hs progress in regard
... .1..- L-1'..wih iu membership has
been sperinllv marked. .. leading leu-
  Ii.-i.f  lhc   number    ol Internn-
i-iif.il   unions     wliieli arc ninilnting
their entire Cniiadiai. membership hy
pel capltn I.iv direel Irom
|   cA. L. McDERMOT   j
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and" Cigars
I...[...rl".'s nf
FOKBION IjK'roHS, sriil.IT/. iw.Ki:
liAss ALB, iil INN KSS   STOI'T
Z   SOLE AGEiNT FOR CALGARY BEER .'   ID PORTER
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n.    : :-.l annual ennvcnlinn will ho
I.l In    Winnipeg beginning on     .lie
null of September, nnd (his gall..'.ins
i-i, ml es In In- the largest and mosl
i.-if   - l.iii-..     convention ever   held
In    i fi:, ni    wilh Canadian Irade
'iui.. i     Tli- Manitoba governmenl
Iff granted .he use of .lie Assembly
If II   tor   the  srssi,his.     Tl Hy has
-Milled the min    "I *l nm. I" asslsl
in ll.e .fee..'., n ..! dclegnles, an.l lhe
Winnipeg Trades a. I I .1". e .-il i-
.orti - nn - dnrl I     i -Lin- lo ensure
I..-.    M.     T
lurdal     ...i
I .,i...  I. -
.. biros* lasl
'■   ' "Hon nl
-   lake,    up
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THE HERALD $2.00
  K'b
,.i-il hv    lhose
  a  lllii. li     were
helne; i.f.i- m ml, Ihi local iintnitbla
d thel i lerci.. in I..1I101 11..i- al
1 Mile-  ..       ll   ','.-.f polllleil on.   Ihal
1. Inn 1 -I.  1 -ii. -I ii- claim* li.-lo.e
lin- public one liny  in SOI. in a publ c
mam. r. and   Ihe   ipcnkers in discus-
ii n    ' 1.   I   Ihnl   Hi.-.-  Iielieved      llie
if  '. . il   '.."   .lie  ei.l    wolllil   If   |>.|f-
■ if I of Ihal 1l.1v .0 supporl ami
1. -o:..i -i- those claims
I. was iiliim.-ilelv decided I1...I the
Trade .im! Labor council, willi Ibe
-.Iiiii. n ol volunteers from Hie vnr-
int.s unions, should lake .... the (|.ii's-
linn nml hold a demons!ration nnd
spurts on  Ih.il  day. II  is also ox-
peeled Ihnl ll.c Pernio Trades council
-.'.ill assist by Introducing cnmnoling
i.'iin.s 11 the various ov. nfs, anil if
pnssibln faking pari in U.c deinon-
slrnllnn.
Trades Congress Organizer Trotter
"nes west to Nelson this week nnd
... 10 Rnvolstoke, returning casl hv
Calgary.       He  will alsn    visit Ed-
CIREENWAY TO   QUIT POLITICS
Crystal City, July 10.—Tho Hon.
Thomas (lnenw.iv has sold bis big
In mi hero lie will rullrc frnm tlio
pr.ll.lrnl Held nnd .ennive lo Vic-
Im i.i, II. ('.
Iiiev.d .. li.ur triumph in llu- Oriental
art ..." "saving laco" than I.is return
lioi.ii' ir  In. trip lo "Uu- .'..oi   ni
U.e throne," proud aud happy to ho
declare Unit in H.e Imperial
-nl iin- loll I., amend llu-
llrilisli North An.f..c. Act, sent over
io ii hi- Uu- in-.i.imo., parliament lot
I  ass, -■ House ol Columns wilh Hn- words "mini and ....
lic.ilil, " muitlcd. li is reported
hat Hie Hon.' "r Lords may restore
In-,,- v.,.ids.    Tin-} fl l'l never hnve
lieen in iln- lull     Thej a..- meaning
words        Pari lent   coonol
i . i.i iin,       ilnall)   and nnall -.
VII Hi.  .1 lliey w.-ie in
Irafl    pos ..I     In   Uf Dominion
.i.n, HI   „|, I   -i li!   uli-l    ill   'If   If....
i   n.l.lie.-f ...     li- passed I i   llu
Imperial    pari la men I     .is  mend-
mn. io ihe Ilrllish <i'H.li 'mi .-.-
U'i, il was Hi,- business ul Hie In:
>f.i..l   pnrll m   hi    leave     ll	
U'l.'-i, Premier McBride s. I io.ih
|,fii,uni.ul.- ..p....   i.is pilgrimage t"
•ll.e Iool oi Hn- llilo.i,-." he was no
mi lo bring Hie Ilo.ni.in... lo lime hi
he ringing clarion tones in I.is   de
........Is in   London, nml,   falling thai,
In- it.i-. eon.- lo prepare .. soil of n
nib...ml. .o In- iiiii il,- up of relatives of    .lie province,     llu.
I...minion an.l Hi.- H.r.isli government.
Needless lo s.n. he made no such
rolcsmio proposal.    The mntler is :,
itr.-li Cnnndl: lallcr, ..ml .... Hrll-
I. governmenl wnuld dream "i mod
lin.- will. ii. Alt. Al. Hi id,- reprc-
..i.s il as a .'...-.<. triumph Ihal     he
had ll.e words "Dim! and unnlU-rablo"
iu.ill.sl, Ihcrcby, ns he puts il, keep
if. .In- iloor open .'or future action in
.■-.ml lo wbal In- regards ns fairer
terms for British Columbia. But, ns
1. - London Times points mil, "a
'clause in 11..- acl in (juesllon speei-
iiealli' reserves ll.e right of any
'province lo mnko further claims up-
-.1.1 llie Dominion, which is obviously
n recngnii-ion of Britisli Coiumbia'..
'riglil lo continue In press i.s .-lain:
'upon lhe Dominion."
'I'I..' ilnor was nol closed. The door
ii. facl, cannot In- closed. Sir—then
llr.-Mazkenzic  Bowell  pointed    il.if
lilt, ..s acting If.Mler in lhe House o:
.'o.... nous nl Ottawa, uiu-.. be i.ilrn-
li.i-i-.l lhe legislature embodying II.
ifi-.illi.l '.'heller lern.s" ngrcc.1 1
hy Premier Knrquay tgr Mnnilohn ,
of years ngo. In touching up
.desire Ihal had been evpressisl
I'ln.'in.iienl chiefly through tho In-
sliumentnlity of ihe ureal Alaskti-
Vukon Pacillc oxposHlon, which will
In- held ..I Seiittlo in  1000, speak of   t
liculolisly small price Ihnl fins
sin asked fo. lhe meal wliile uorth
I. is iiiii ffi.ilh known Ihal a similar portion of ll.e iu.ill.land—ll.c poi
.ion no..v known as British Columbia
-was -.old shortly before the Alnskn
purchase, nul lor seven millions, but
Ilrllish
ill..
\n
".'....'...   si 1.1   lie       ,1,
Mm   Ihal  sell
"'"',''<  "Mil      Air     Bowell said  tl,
...... a declaration in .. -lain.,, em
"";,"! nnlhlng.       Pnrlianicnl can
"oU'ng I"   provenl ,,     fufurc uad
I1"'"1,    Irom doin;; nnvlhlng il soo
"'   ""-      I'.i.lian.rii.     js alwavs i
        The.   King's   title     i„l
.-. oi pnrlianicnl
nil- li |,.i.f.-.i,i:i:t toil! i (fii.i.n-f .v a
iiiiiiii. Tl.e futility ...nl incptness of
.he words "flnni nnd uuniterabtc" are
llu.s evident, and -Mr. Ali-Biiile's nc-
blcvemenl in regard to lliem was a
mere i>ii-.-e of "saving face," expec-
ioiiy i.i villi- r.; lb. :.\-|.li(il .litis, in
iln- Ail! ns noted l.v lhc Londor
Times.
In regard lo the terms of ll.e hill
now before lhe Imperial parliameul,
n regard to .he rendjuslmen! nf the
provineial subsidies, ihey are the
terms approved bv .ill tl.e provinces,
save on!) Briiish Columbia. When
Premier McBride, .is Ihe represents
live of llrilisli Columbia, presented
il the conference iu Ottawa last year
ll.c Hniiit for special consideration f<
thai ptwlnrc Sir Wilfrid L.iurcr a-
Minwledged thnl llrilisli Columb-...
'sol a special claim .....I milled: "I! is
",i iiueslion which, afler all, en.. I)
"sellled heller here t-iian anywhor,
"else. I feel assured il.nl llie con-
"ferencc will he willing In deal wilh
  ma Ito
'In Brits!,    Columli
a spirll    of fairne:
"ll.i-r, (ore.   Ihal   we  shall
in.    !   propos.
Ih
avc   you
' nuostlon fr.inl.li- ni
■on,' iiijolt. r nn.l tu.uc in vou ngntn
■when probably you iiill hnve i-eachel
'some salisfac'tory ngreemenl."
Th- conference proceeded, nml     on
•fi.fi.T l'l passed ;.    resolution     bv
"I    ilollnn
The I    w.i
„ a    li
 li il  nas provided    ihal  Hi
Columbia's claim lo special oonsldcr-
.i I Ion should he recognized .ml   Hm
she should be eii-.-.i an "an addition!.
' allowance" of "one hundred     Minn
Hi-    for     len
_^^^^^ ...... .,..-' de.-laral
..I all Hm    provinces except  Britisli
Columbia, union.. Iln.se endorsing   il
i."i" 'er     Wliilnt v an I I'r
-presenting Ontario
respectively. On thel,
basis (l,e Dominion governmenl frnn
■ .1 .,.,,1 .;.- Domini"., pnrllnmenl pas-
.. .if iiniii nl nn address In .1:
Kii... -If till wlllcll is now in cnitri
... pas. re il.n....1. .1..- Imperial poi
Nam: nt as an amendment lo Hi
Briiish North America Act.
Rohlln
Uanll.rba
->   I1   in HAVE   WINNIPEG FLYER
SI    Paul,   Minn.,     .lulv IK -li is
" dp it. I.I.I......I   circles .li.n     ih,.
ii.f.i. Nnrthern ami Norlhorn I'aciflc
i-oiiil.....lu-  .'ones      ...  iiaai'  liar
Hi" Soo  line.      The (Ilea.   Noill:
f- .1. 'll le ll.ifl.lli:; from SI    Clou
I .'..ml ami   il   Is .IffI il   Ilni.    a,
i a-, .liis work is ilom- lb.. S'orth-
I'.o.... will pul in ..[..-.alio.. ,i
Winnipeg Fiver over lhe new rn.il-.'
I Inu -...iil.- line lo ll.e Manitoba
'Iropnlls. The route will he over
ll..' present Norther.. Paollic from SI
Paul lo SI, Cloud via (Heal No..hern
Fetalis Falls and Lake Park
Nor.lie... Pacific lo I'rooksloii nn.l
(ileal Norlhern ... Winnipeg. This
I. i. is contended, could gel U.e
I ...leil Slates contracts,
 +	
JUST A LITTLE BETTER
Crest  II. ('., .luly 23, 1007.
I   u.ts     reported in     lasl  week's
Herald lhat James Dlschau had enol.-
i'd for nine months without loosing a
'nil.     I congratulate Mr. Dlsehnii in
s      sli.-kalivt-ni'ss,        In.l       wish
'     inform      llu-      Herald      lhat
hnve       cooked        for the
i.f'.isl. Lumlier company wilhoui loss
I li...-. cloven mo...lis today. "Take
Jump nt   voursell,"  Jiinmie.      and
'tv   il   again,   nn.l   Ihen  invest    your
sliifin' in ('ranbrook   wlu.ro you will
I Un- "worth ot your money."
John S. Hold.
flf    al.l si\.l eight .'fills.
Tin. was iu IKIU The Hudson's
llm company had been driven mil ..I
Oregon l.v  libit a rc( I      writer in
.he   I I.llf.l   Sla.es   If I   " Auit-I if.in
in.ii,ie If . " llii. Hieli shrewd con.
inerci.il sense told tbem .In.  Il.n. I.
s.ales.l.eii       Hell'  llfi-jmiiii"   In       Casl
eyes a. Ihal then I.tile Known poi
imn ol  Hn- nmili.       The dlrcclors
Hiercl  laid plans in sec    .lu-n
powei   while seemingly allowing    lhe
clotting  si  lo si.md upun lis mn
[eel.
I.  mis .-.    enr.ous coincidence thnl
Hie ii ii charge al Downing    Heel
ol things colonial in lhose davs wa
Karl (lu-i. an nnoeslui ..I the pre
senl     eoveiiior aeneial    ,,f   Cnnndn
Willie   S.ilisliid    Willi   lilll..i.lilli.   piOCli
en I sovereignty of British Columbia.
fo.- ,, lime. Hu- company, in i.f 1.1 .-
Halloas -.nil Lord (iff nlmcd r.x
l.iuli-r. II iiilin.-i.fil ll.ii il was
"willing     lo   undertake tho kovciii
It.ell.    I   .'Olo,li/alii f  all   llie   let
I'itorles l.olonglng in Un- crown in
Nortli America ami- receive.! a grniil
iiccordingly "
So siarlllng a prnpnatil nalnrallv
staggered Downing street, .-vol. in Ihi'
■ I..V- liinn il Was ens.mil.nv lo role.
Io'"tbose ivrclclieil colonies.'" ami the
■loiin promptly suspended iiegolln
lions. Afler nil iniervnl .he com
'.any returned to the nitack tv th the
more mo.lesl slntemenl Ihal il "was
witling to nccepl thai part ..I the
leriit.nv wesi of lhe Itocky mountains, or even Vancouver island
alone," although i! remarked llm'
"plncinti Ibe whole territory north
of ll.e mil. parallel under one governing power would have simplified
iirrangcinents."
[.'spile .1 posilion of Gladstone
an.l Hie I Tiding London news-
papcrs, ll.e ll.uIso.rs Hav compani
was made lord and proprietor ...'
Vancouver isl..ml, subje. t onlv in lhc
louiiiiiilioii of .he lliilish,crown, .... I
lo  ll.e ven.lv   payillenl   of seven   sl.il
I n,s ..- rent. ' The charter, which
was dated January 1.1, 18-10. sil|.u-
I..I.-.I (i.ai the onpoinlmcnl of a governor was vested in lhc crown. 1.
also fi.i.l Unit the lease of ll.e Island
ti.is "forever," but events proved
Iln! Al.. .llnl-UHie ami others b.o
-■ ilih reason tor Iheir opposition, am
-if "forever" became nine year.
onlv. Tl.e ceil vear of gold, isjs
really saw H.e las! of ll.e great mo
in.nolv as such.
I. may In- mentioned thai ..linos-
iiui... .linli'lv ..Iter the maul was
made .be ' crown repealed il, ami
Lo.il Elgin, governor-general, re-
t.orti',1 disparagingly ol the company
as a ruler in ll.e lied River dislriel,
im. iis course .... .he consl was ai
improvement, being spoUen of nf
wiibi'.n ilai-r.inl oflensc or outrage
..us wr. ng, .....I even marked in- mud
kindness an.l bumniilly, iiliieh'is   ,.,
li.in-li Columbia will likely if .-■
presented al llm Alnska-Yukn'n-Puclll.
ifvposilinn In- a building Ihnl nil!
ensl some filly thousand times
much as .he entire province was sold
lor -ivu- vears before. Indeed I
llrilisli   Collin.Ilia   dav   a.   ll.e  expo
iim. will likclv l.e on .he aiinlvoi'st.
"f thai  (lav sixty   vears h fine uli
ll.e    governmenl     of   Hri' iin luriicd
over 372,OSO square mile- nl llie ....
nf .ilni... a   .'en. for    every Ibousan I
square miles.
CHINAMAN       IS    TAKIN'fl       HIS
FEET HACK HOME
Springfield,   HI..   July     lll.-S.iu
I.on. a China....... of this eily, js now
::.. I"s 11 :'. lies! .lllll his I ,f: If. 1 .1
ll.e express enr ab.'a.l. Lou and Ih
feel are on Iheir way hack to China
I    In  lite eoinfo.lal.lv   ll.e  I if I     o
I.is days 011 Sii.OOO paid him by th
I..1.-.url.an company, unit llu- loot I.
linil ,. mave iu iln- mother country
in accordance will, .he Chinese en's
ion. Ihnl, in event nf a Chinese his
im; ..nv pari of his anatomy, il .....si
he Inn ift in Chin...
Several weeks an" 1  nas knock
off all  lii.'.TUll.an car.      lies!  ol hoi
il. a collision.     Hull. I.is   lees    wc
run over and his feet were taken n ,
In.,  insl.ad ol haling Hi.'... buried, he
look    tin...  ...     Si.  John's liospllnl
'.till.  hi... ami  laid   had a. If I I.il.
.-.' fulfill) them. Til' lull-nil I;,i
company recently paid Loo tS.Oilli
damages, nn.l cxprcsslnc, his Icol
through, !n> si ailed for homo.
CROWS  \EST l'ASS LINE TO  HE
REBUILT
Winnipeg, .lulv lli.-ll is .ml gencr
alt.- known U...I the Canadian Pacific
i.iiln.ii is iniiiuiii rebuilding iis
Crows Nesl Pass line limn pineher
Creek v.-.. lo (.'rows Nes. Pass will.
i ire   i.i getting a iluirlci .ml hei
.il   .nulla I       Tin. Cum.   N "..     Pass
line, huilt nrlglllilllj   lo give lhe n.i.i-
ai4- il.shie.s ,,[ Kootenay access    I..
l.e prairie provinces, has    liocnmc n
..'IT   imp.....ml   pari   of  ll.e  .'.   P.   H.
isiifii.     In Ih.- (•.impeliliun hetween
In- fi. P. II.    Son system nnd     lhc
Oreo! Norlhorn for Ibe Irade between
i In
♦
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
This Hnlel hns nlwnys boon tboleailor
in iis li...'. .-..ul nil! lie kept up li. tbo
stniuli.nl, If ymi n-iuit t" moot tho
people, .-......■  I., tho ('noon's Hotel,
  I
t   Queen's Hotel, Calj-ary "-\!*2\*™*    *
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KERRIGAN'S STOUT |
Two |)n/t'ii  I'luts   $2.50 !♦
131 iml t. 1; tm-i -vi'.   Tit" rinoal  I><hvi-;i!-i' nn iln- mnrkel
Iii- l.iuiily mm I lal.].' ii;.-.    liii|),-irlH vi^tu-ami
In .ilih, nnil loiiL-a up Ih.- hotly t'l-ni-rally
JAMES  KERRIGAN
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Good Crcamoi-y Hotter in i Ih. rolls
Good Dairy Mtiltcr in Tubs
I Canadian Hotel |
u m
jgj O.io of the pioneer hotels of Cran- El
53 brook.   Warm rooms, good meals jgl
£3 nnd a bar stocked willi the best $•"
U _f
I t       m
1 Joseph Brault, Proprietor 1
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mini-! eaifiull, wild I im Hi,- Inlcreali of ...1..-..- it'll
. . Finely nil. ... .l.e e.i.l: so  ue luivo thill licit  lo otter,no
10 .iuu. Counter ..I' Milk Pitchers and Glass Duller Dishes :
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l IT PAYS TO BE PARTICULAR j
Wlii-n you buy meal a in hul wontlior. We pay
particular allontiou lo Llna ft iituro of our busitiess.
Thai in why peoplu dopoml upon un fur flit- heal al
this scastai el' llie J'oni',
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I luivo nMiin.il  miflinifiy for
aiiine iiiuiii, u.,.1 au.  ..on   pro-
...ncli ntrnol for tt'oodol anv
; liingili, in hue.' "i small i|.iiin
, li.n
|     WANTED
i   50 Tiemakers   ::
i       at onci:
.....Of toll 11   foil. If   -lllll'
■'.,1- fill ll.,-,  i.a.lieiil....-  f.l.lii
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Crows Nesl  Pass line  s n factor   of | f ' ranbronk, B. C.              *   9 f
inenl, as lhc Son c. P. 1(. Ir
un over il on their wav from St.
'iiul lo Spokane nn.l lo lhc Pncldo
nasi cities,
The Crows Nesl lino hns thus     be-
eonie a m.i in highway in place of    a
'    ich road,       Hcnco lb. oosslfy
for fewer curves, lower grndes, and a
l,i-ltcr and slraigbl.'i- roadbed.
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UUIOK
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I,onion, July 10.—Tlio Hlili-h
Nortli America Act, passed al lhe
last session of the Canadian bouse lo 	
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BY A DREAMER.
THE BEAUTIFUL LESSON
If you love, love more. If you
bale,"hale less. Life is loo short 10 [
spend in hating any one. Why war'
against a mortal' who is Boflng Uie
same road with us'' Why not expand
the llower of life nnd happiness by
learning to love, by teaching those
who are near amt ilear the beautiful
lesson? Your hands may to hard,
hut your heart need not to. Your
form' may be bent or ugly, but do
you not know that the most beautiful (lowers mow iu the most rugged,
uusht'Iteied places? The pal re for
re, the cottairn for love. Not lhat
there is no love in a mansion; hut
lehow if we are not vcrv careful,
business    will crowd    nil there is of
illltv out   Of the heart        This       is
why Onil has given the Sabbaths and
Saturday nights, .that we may leave
business ami have a little heart
cleaning.
RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS
(In out under lhe bright, gl.id skv; I*""* Ive
listen in ihe songs of the happy Church An
birds, tbe nhoul ol the dancing of Its work
bio-it's, soo how the sunlight glortdes destitute.
Iiill ami menilowhnut nnd comic
shimmering down through uncounted I Mr
forest leaves, these mellow, golden
summer days. Turn your faces from
the thronged towns nnd cities, fnrgol
a little while h'nsv can*, aud let your
soul UniM nnd glow under tin* wondrous touch of divine hnrmonv that
tills nil nature. The triad earth
of tbe all tinr ami the nll-hfftillif.ll.
Morning after morning we know the
rills elan their hands for ioy, away
off in the greenwood, and the (warts
of the tiny bird thrill ami thrill,
airaiu and again, been use thev are
seems ever eallinir fo an eiilnymen
glad. Ami we have so mueh more
to make us happy than they have-
so manv hopes and loves lhat bird-
hearts never know. How ean we ro
nnd down the highways with sad
countenances when the whole earth
seems so bonny? It seems like ingratitude to Ood to dn sit. And our
smiles ntid nleasant faces will bring
such sunlight to other hearts!
RICH WITHOUT MONEY
Many a man is rich without monev.
Thousands of them with nothing in
their pockets, and thousands without
even a nncket, are rich. A man
born with a pond sound constitution
good stomach, a good heart nnd
good limbs and a profcty good head-
niece is rich. Oood brines nre hetter thin cold, touch muscles than
silver, ami nerves that flash fire nnd
carry energy to everv function, nre
better than houses and land. Tt Is
■ltetter than landed estate fo have had
the rieht kind of a father and moth
Oood breeds nnd bad breeds
exist among men as real I v as among
-attie and horses. Education mav
ilo mueh to check evil tendencies, rii
to develop good ones, buf it is a
good thing to inherit the right nro-
oortion of faculties 1o stmt with,
That man is rich who has a flavor of
wit and fun In his composition. The
hardest thing to get alone with In
this life is a man's own self. A
cross, selfish fellow, a desponding
and complaining fellow, a timid, eare-
bnrdenod man, these are all born deformed on the inside. Their feet
mav not limp, but their thoughts do.
A man of furtniie nn the brink of the
grave would gladly part with every
dollar to obtain a longer lease of
life.
SWIFT   DESTRUCTION
We have sat upon the sea shore and
waited for its gradual approaches,
and hnve seen its dancing waves and
white surf, and admired thnt He who
measured it with His haul lind given
it life ami motion; and we lingered
tilt its gen He waters grew into
mighty billows, and had well-nigh
sWfPl us from our firm footing. So
we haw seen sonic ol the heedless
youth of our town gazing with rur-
fous spirit upon sweet motions nnd
gentle approaches
Mires nml sins, till
ed   their eyes an.l
feet   and    thev hav
swlfl destruction,
loving words Irom mothers, slste
sweethearts.       Until a man bee
thoroughly vicious, iiu- Ihoughl
pure woman's love will do mucl
.■(■strain him Irom iniquity. I'
love grows careless of him. I"' !
careless i.f himself. Think ol
ii who have sons, brothers ni
ers away among strangers, Rei
tor that you owe I hem a sacred i
ami give tbem freipient missives
home, freighted wilh love and
companied by earnest prayer.
11) my ton, and
ii-i'i. Drayton 0
■   inn ii-d in More
■d at Mar
.ol.    Hoi
.-ply to
iii.nl
omplaii
held
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all Ul Ik.
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OLD COUNTRY NEWS "
INTERESTING ITEMS
_aa<^l-I"i«T"T«"^ii'
riders took
1 of cyclists
nf inviting plea-
tliev have detain-
Imprfsoned their
o    heen swept, tn
LUMBER
Robinson McKenzio Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
AU Kin J, Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
L. CI.APP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and sec us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
oul of Ihe 24
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THE HERALD $2,00 A YEAR
TRl'Tll OF SCIENCE
If vou will look Into the early life
of truly helpful men, those who make
life enslei or nobler to those who
come afler tbem. von will almosl In-
vitilablv (Iml lhat thev lived purely in
the days nf their you Mi. Tu early
life the brain, though abounding in
vigor, is sensitive ami very susceptible to Injury, ami ibis to such n decree, that a brief modern le indulgence
in vicious pleasures appears to lower
the tone nnd impair both the delicacy
and efficiency of the brain for life.
This is nut preaching, boys, It. Is
simply the tiuih of science.
THAT SWEET SONCI
The secret longing of nearly all who
are wanderers or whose abiding place
is temporarily among strangers, Is
expressed in (he words of that sweet
song "Write me a letter from home."
Tbe one thing that the heart needs Is
a word from lhose around the old
hearthstone. Especially is ihis so
in the enre nl voting men. Nn hoy
goes out from lhe home circle wlthnul
a sense of    loss For a I hue, nt
least, the motherly presence is sadly
missed, the sisterly affection warmly
Ohorishwl, Then if Hie mother's letters reach him often, filled with all
that a mother most idofpiently expresses, love, hopefulness and nlayer,
he is slill surrounded hy a holy Influence.
If the sister writes frequently,
manifesting he| pure affection in such
ways as ber heart naturally prompts,
he can hardly run into sin. And if
home epistles come seldom, what
then? The loss in the young man's
life must be made up. He finds his
leisure hours dull, and they must he
enlivened. There Is no call for long,
heart-full letters In return for similar
ones. The evenings he might give to
penning these, he spends in amusements of doubtful character. Wanting the tenderness of woman's love,
it is not strange if he fails a victim
i to wicked wiles. So he forsakes his
better self nnd lakes to his bosom
pleasures that sting him te death
(And ere long he becomes a thing for
,the mother nnd sister to weep over,
ami his promising young life fades out.
• in darkness. A sad picture this, of
course. Rut. It Is onlv a sad picture
of even sadder realities. There are
hundred? of young men in everv great
city, In the very lowest depths of
degradation, whom Hie home influence, carefully and prayerfully extended through tender, affectionate,
womanly letters, might have saved.
There nre hundreds of others, just
taking their first lesson in vice, who
may be brought back to purity    by
CI.IHMI  lo
moral putr
John Burns slates, in reply
parliamentary ipieslion, th..:   -
Ifi.WS was spenl l.v lhe board
-u.i,'ill,.-lis iii London iu IB05 (J.
Tbe  ltcv.    Kludh.-lmc Wilson, vi
.f the Parish nf Millbrook, wa   fo
with his throat cul and a  i,i/-h
bis side at Southampton,
Two hundred El fully paid ..i.lin
bares in \to Leeds and tint ley Hi
ries,   Limited,   were sold    nf fnur-
peiieHialfpcnnv each at a public n
tion.
round,   where the
\ttl  to grow  nine
high, the earetake
died.    The clei
s Informed   tho
lockjaw,"
vhi.ilv had  predicted eve
Am
by a
ugly fnoiisb
pel
I the head
ivho was
    -mlciolks
fanatic, would have
L . i.f Oxford, be
i Glasgow Herald
regarded ns an e.v-
Tli
e vicar of Wes
the Rev. Win Win
octogenarian, has
ried lo the elde
Beverley cx-aldermi
years ngo lhc briil
Kenti<d wilh ,i silvei
neension of his gnlth
Ins insl wife -,
months later.
All'
Win
y^M	
heen quietly n
il daughter bf
it.       Ahoul
_ _H
'rnom wns pre-
rose-hnwl on tbe
wedding with
•     <li,i! a     few
was reported al the meeting "f
(he Middlesex* Couniy Council that,
lhe total debt of lhe county was
£2,807,1.31), The estimated population of Hie county is 1.0IR.050.
A policeman stated, in a mo I or car
nrosccution at Colchester, that when
he served the defendant with the
summons he remarked that be had
enough of Ibem to paper a  room.
"This is no place for u homeless,
penniless, hungry man," wrote an
nctor, aged twenty-seven, to the coroner ahd then, on the Thames embankment took a dose of poison, wilh
fatal effects,
Midsummer dav statistics have
shown the borough councils tli.il Uio
exodus from London bas considerably
pcreased. Taking London as a
whole, there are now more than 50,-
ilOli houses empty.
Oscar Henry Wilcox, chauffeur lo
Lord Charles Heresford, was fined
I', ami costs at Oodalming for having driven a motor-car nt a danger-
oils speed. Lord Charles Heresford
was in the car at the lime,
Mrs. Sarah Calvin, widow of llie
late Dan Leno, was wedded n fortnight ago lo Mr, Francis Rest, a
nmedian, the ceremony being performed nt tbe Brixton registry offlco
London,    Mr. liesl was a grenl friend
if her Into husband.
A retired Mltnrow farmer named
loci Shaw, aged ninety, who a few
months ago purchased Clegg Hall, one
if the most famous halls in Lanca-
ihire. has committed suicide by cutting his throat.
A policeman who was asked at tho
Lambeth police court how he knew
Hint a man was intoxicated, said
that be found him sitting on a door
step going through the motions of
riving a motor-car.
With an eve to business a furniture
lealer in the Ithondda Valley his a
motor-car in which he conveys hi ides
and bridegrooms to chinch, says "The
Antiwar." on condition, of course,
lhat Ihev do not forget bim when
ihey are furnishing.
More than three hundred members
.if local brass hands took part in the
funeral procession at Sheffield, of
John Brooks, whn was one ..( the
pioneers of tlie brass hand movement
in Hie town. Tbey all Joined in
playing the dead march in Saul,
1,10(1 children a year die in Hiitaiii
hy being overlain in bed.     A London
orouer hopes Hint the hill in preparation will pass    into law making
be fact of a Child being suffocated iu
bad beside its   parents a prima facie
ividence of neglect on their part.
Mrs. Annie Besaiit, has the view
Hint Ibe reason for the growth of
hooliganism iu Britain is Hint lhe nation iu its wars has killed many
savages, and that their souls have
been reincarnated ns "Tim Mnlloys,"
ami "Hi-hi's" and similar hard-hitting and low-kicking societies,
At nn inquest at Kingshrldgn (Devon,) concern'ng the death ol n farmer
who shot himself, it was staled that
two ol bis brothers and his sister had
previously commuted suisule, n third
brother is in Hie asylum, and his
mother tiled insane. Ilis parents
were stated lo have been liisl eon-
sins.
It is asserted that Llveri i statistics show an increase of tlrunkeimcas
with the deerense ot public houses.
The drunks lor 1005 are ".Mi up on
previous year, while the public houses
were reduced lo sixty-six. The inference Is that tho restrictions are
causing clubs and shebeens lo Increase.
Thomas Peterson (Inutile
in February, 1002, sentem
years' pennl     servitude in
who was
I    lo leu
„    'onnection
with tlie sensational frauds perpetrated on the Bank of Liverpool, has
died, In the hospital at PnrWiurst
prison. floudle, who was barely
thirty-four years of nge, hud lieen
suffering from heart affection.
.ilv.
up h
ichool,
illor prince
Coin
received from
it     lhe Walts
Norfolk.      it
■ipllon to tl licet  thai,
'I In honor of the birth-
Edward ol Wales,   .mil
i to Ibe bov gai g lhc
ning the vear.     The In*
"iles:    '(I...I bless 	
-Sergeant
King's dun Lancni
a record with lhc
Colchester rifle in
regulars, militia, >
uiaiirv in the east
Crcedon, ot Hit'
iter regiment, math
new rifle al llu
eebings, open t,
roluuteers and vco
li counties.     ' lb
red highest possibles in succession
ni 200. fiOO and mill yards, I Ims wii
nlng fhe aggregate in lhc nil-come
mulch with Ida points.
\ tenant
M.irvlcbuiu*
nf    il   fiul    :
who was sued nt the
niilitv court for the rem
iid that a ladv vocallsl
was constantly nf practice hi lhe flat
above him. a charwoman constantly
scrubbing on one side, a phonograph
ntly iil work on the oilier side,
while iu the Hat below, a young
man was in Hie habit of riding his
mo tot-bicycle on a stand in the
wiiigHnoiu.
IRELAND
Eng
"Sinn Fein" means in plain
sh "Ourselves," so that, we are all
. a greater or less extent members
the brotherhood.
\s the potato blight    has appeared
sevcrn I     I rlsh conn t les, t be    de-
partmeii'l of agriculture lias urged tho
fanners to counteract   Ibe disease hy
vtensivc spraying.
While boating ou Lough Erne, Sidney I'lews, of the     Army Ordinance
iips, stationed at. Eutiiskilten, am!
native of Hampshire, fell into the
water and was drowned.
Mr, I*. .1. Kelly, a magistrate in
oiinly (intway, has been arrested on
charge of making a speech, in
hlch be is alleged to have Incited
is bearers to treat Lord Ash town in
ic same wav as John Blake, who
was shot dead in 188.1.
At     Coolmeen    (County Clare)    a
loom was attending a horse iu   its
able, when   the    animal    suddenly
seized him by the shoulder wilh   iis
teeth.       Tht' man's shouts attracted
the at lent ion of some workmen, who
with great     difficulty    rescued him,
driving the horse off with a flaming
ch.     Casshly's recovery is doubtful.
Messrs. Hnrlaiid & Wolff, of Heist, have contracted with the
nnibiirg-AmeriOftn company Tor the
instruction of n large liner which
will exceed the dimensions of tbe
icw Cuiiard turbine steamers. The
englh of lhe new vessel will be
bout 7Ka feel, and the breadth 88
i-cl. She is lo be ready for sea in
PHI.
Mr.  Alexander M. Carlisle,  maiiag-
ng   director  of    I la Wand    A- Wolff,
IM'iiking at  Belfast recently, declared Hint so   long as Lord I'irrie   nml
were connected with the firm, they
■iid never extend   )<s acreage     in
Belfast hv an inch, but  would    semi
k thev had to do b.-voml    the
pae'iiy of tbe yard to    the
'Sent
Clyde.
Speaki
Wexford
llial'  In
a I
New Boss, County
mi. John Redmond snid
iml was admittedly the dis-
ml weakness of the Empire,
I.ui jf Britain were lo win Ireland's
goodwill by a frank concession of
freedom that would lie of more value
o her than the goodwill of all her
olonles.       Tbey  baled    British   rule,
.md nothing tint freedom tumid change
hat.
I'w
3    shooting outrages of i
iracte
lunty Oahvo
nt Saturday
ie bouse of
we
tm i
lav   I
tiiuiltted in
v afler nightfall ou roam) Sunday nights.
loscph Donohuo, a fnr-
lo lives a> Kill.'fin in the dis-
■f Oort, was visitod on Salin
ghl bv a party of armed men,
who fired three shots through the
ndttws. Fortunately the Inmates
Wero in bill, and no mie was Injured.
In the second case lite nut rage was
f a moro serious chnrncter. ('inter
over of darkness nn Sunday nighl
u armed party reached the dwelling
it Mr. Hendry P. Blake, J. P., of
Hollypark, near Athenry, and fired
everol shots at it. As in Hie (rase
f the outrage on the previous night
inmates escaped injury.
lhe
MOYIE
DAIR.Y
HAT! & FOSSO.M, Proprietors
This Dairy will deliver
milk every morning in
Cranbrook.
The milk is of the best
quality, rich and pure.
MOYIE   -   B. C.
TWO HOUSES
FOR SALE
i.n Two Luts    Only Three
minutes' w.ilk from li.ik.-i- St.
...... lions., has six rooms, the
,.tln*r our rui,ins. City water,
Policed.  [A j-'>..'l iiivi'slinciit.
Price $1,800 cash
< .r Terms.
For particulars,   inquire    .,
" Herald" OIKco,
Drink Home Beei
It Li Pure
It It healthy
It is the Be»t
Ft. Steele Brewing Co
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All ki...is of finish work in
way of doors, windows, tran-
souib, etc. Kiln dried lumber
for inside work. Our work is
i-uurtinteed and our pries are
satisfactory.    Screen    doors
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
WANTED
Man to contract for sawing lath at
air Jttffray mill. Fur particulars
tplilv io Nortli Star Lumber company, Elko, B. C. l-vtf
CBANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that James A. Steele,
of Cranbrook, H. C . occupation
Timlin Cruiser, intends to apply for
;i special timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at ibe north-wTst coi
■r of Timhci Limit So. 2S63, running south forty tUn chains, wesi
• me hundred and sixty (16ft) chains,
tlience north lorty ii'-i chains tn
place of beginning, containing C10
acres, more or less.
.lames A. Sleele, Locator.
Dated the 17th day of July, A. l>.
HUI7. 17-Ct
CRANUUOOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOI TIIKKN DIVISION
Take notice tlml  Peter IV.  NInnes,
f Winnipeg,    occupation, Clerk,   iu*
lends lo applv fm permission to pur-
base ibe following described land:
Commencing at a post  planted on.'
uile west oi   tbt* south-west corner
of Lot nil,   Group l, theuce   north
chains,    thence   east su  chains,
lice BOUUl   Ml chain-,   ihence    wi-sl
8(1 chains in point of commencement,
and containing BIO acres, more or
less.
Peter IV, Niimcs, Locator,
Per Frank Fletcher, Agent
Dated July I, 1007. 18-01
A terrible accident occurred at Lif-
ford, Couniy Donegal, whereby two
men losl their lives und three were
seriously injured. Thev were engaged demolishing part, of the old jail
known as the Debtor's prison. At the
(point where the ace dent occurred
The old State Barge, belonging to there were three tiers of cells, nnd
the citv corporation, which was built- , the men were working at; the up|»cr.
in lhe'seventeenth centurv Is now tier Inkling away the facing wall when
lying in the Deptford Victualling the wall collapsed, dashing them to
Yard, and will he broken up for fire-.Hie ground, n distance of twenty
woml. The last occasion on which it feet. Some fifty tons of masonry
was used was in 1810, but before Hint and oilier material fell on them,
it conveyed many Lord Mayors up John Carton (twenty-one) laborer,
the Thames to Westminster to he was the greatest sufferer, and be died
sworn in by the Lord Chancellor. i within two hours. Thomas Teayis,
... married    (twenty-nine),     was    also
Tbe 150th anniversary of Lord shockingly Injured, aud expired in
Olive's victory nt Plnssey, which throe hours. Patrick O1 Sull Ivan was
was the making nf the grenl Indian also badly wounded; William Fu His.
empire, was celebrated through foreman, received a severe shock, amt
Shropshire. Lord Olive was horn at John McCnffcry, laborer. Slralmnc,
Stychc hall, two    miles Irom Market   was badly injured about the legs.
NOTICE
Take notice that under tht.- provi
urns of Section 222, Uhnptei a:, He-
two Statutes ui Canada, HtUii, the
Canadian Pacific Kailway Company,
leasees and exercising Uiu franchises uf Uie British Columbia Southern Railway, intends to apply tu the
Board ul Railway Commissioners for
Canada, after tbe expiration of four
weeks fiuin the date of the first publication of tliis notice or so soon
thereafter as the application can be
heard, for Authority to construct,
maintain and operate branch lines of
the said li. C. S. Railway, commencing truiii a point on its main line in
Lot U'.Hl, Group 1, blast Kootenay
District, iu tho Province of British
Columbia, ami running from Uienco in
a .south-westerly direction, distances
if 7iii; and 715 feet respectively from
head block to points ou said Lot
li»87; the location of which said proposed branches is more particularly
shown on a map ur plan, profile and
book ol reference deposited In Hie
Nelson Registry Office as No. 024
I. I.'notice id which deposit, is also
hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Ibe said section.
0, Drinkwater,
Secretary.
Dated this _ml   day ol July, A. I).
1007. UML
ISOCIE'IY AND I
J       PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1
OTTAWA.
Murnhy & Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    and
Patent Office Agents.
Practice Before Railway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Fisher.
Crescent Lodge No, •>•;
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
Meets everv Tuesday at 8 p. m. at
New Fraternity Hall.
.1   l;   Henderson   K. of R. & S.
\   i'  Bowness, C. C.
Visiting   brethren   cordially Invtu-J
F, Ke> clly Lodfe
No 43. Meets every
vu">/ Monday night at
New Fraternity Halt. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited,
chas. Sin th, P, II. McKay,
N. O. Set-'y.
t.r_iis.-n:i|, Lod|C, Nu. J4
A. P. 4 K. M.
"*»'A R-'gnlar meetings ua
Wy\\ ltu* third    TbuihdAfl
$,<   -*. of «very month.
w
Visiting ftreth.en welcomed.
Edw.ii ! K.w.ll, W.M.
\\. F. Attrldge. SccV
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday     evening at S
.....
Chas   Smith, III'.
M.  Ii.   BillUigs,  Stv.t-l.uy.
\'ifi.i..^ tn.-'.!.it., cordially .u.iied.
..1VA1. ORANGE 1.01U1H, NO. I»?l
CRANBROOK
Meet a. I.   ol 1.   K. Hall _d   and
lih Saturday eacfa mouth.
Visiting bu-tliuT. always wt-lcoui.
T. Boyter, Jas. E. I-ar.igan.
Sec'y-
Vi.  M.
W. F. CiLkU,
Barrislcr. Solicitor, Etc.
.'RANIIROOK,BRITISH   COI.HIIBI.
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\       C, H. DUNBAR       |
•   Barri.'.tcr, Solicitor,  Notary    •
J Public, Etc. t
«   Cranbrook,     -     -     It. C.    %
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l)RS. KING & QUEEN.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at   Residence,   A:::.--,rcng  Alt,
OFFICE HOURS I
Forenoons - - - - 9 on to 10.00
Afternoons - - - 2.00 to   4.00
Evenings .... 7.30 to   8.30
Sundays ... - 230 to   1 30
CRANBROOK :: ::    ::     B. C,
DR. F. F. KING.
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOI RS:
1 .., .. p.m.
I to fl |..ln.
ce at... re . . on Arm ' :>.!.$ ave
CRANBROOK -       -       -     B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   IIOI IIS
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it.   -. p.m.
: .o   ■ p m
(IfTi.        new Reid Block
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TAPESTRY    PAINTING.   TAUGHT
Young ladles .,...!   girls wishing ... learn tapestry painting
are   crqucatcd      to   .-all     ....
MRS  T. N. GLASS-LAST MOUSE
ON STREET   REAR   OF RINK
.' .,,- bl ■"..
B.C.
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♦ CUMMINQS & CUMMIN0S :
J CIVIL EN0I.1EI ll<  imi  DOMINION
* im, il. C. UNO SURVEV0RS
J '.,".,''   ,''  Cranlirook, U.C.
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Geo, U. I.eask & to
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
lur work m [our advertisement, but we
put tins ad in tho lleral.ljto
emphnaixe^ti
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Near Lower Armstrong Avenue.
TKLKI'IH'NK 114
Cranbrook
Livery  &
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
T,i..,ih nml drivers furnl.he.1 for any
point in the district,
A. DOVLG, Manager THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
fg.OO A VEAI?
THE   PACEH   THAT   IS   READ   BV   THE   PEOPLE
JULY 25   l!H.7
CRANBROOK  II IMi A 1,1)
Bv lhe Herald   Publishing Company,
' Limited.
Jc /It. >**^~*\
4.
Editor nnd Manager,
year. It
The Herald is wuill. Sill
costs only M.      No ....... ...    South
I „»l Kootenay call attold to l.e W.UI-
oul It, and eve.youe living outside 01
ihe ii.st.iet, who .s Intouistud ... tl.e
•.regress of this scottou, should read
,. It publishes the news while .1 .s
news. It is controlled absolutely hy
.he publishers. No cll.|ue, parly oi
Individual dlotatca i.s policy. it
don'l try to please tl.e people. t s
desire is to publish .. newspaper that
will be a eredil to ll.e community.
Send in your subscription and you
„,ll be ll.anlil.il eve.   altcrward.
Advertising rates $1 per   inch
Uionlil, no more and no less.
Reading mailer   IS vents   per
to non-advertisers; in cents |.er line
to regular advertisers.
II you desire lo reach ll.e people of
South East Kootenay you must a.l-
vcrtise in Tl.e Herald.
The Herald has a flrsl-class. job
i.l.uil, and iis work is ol the liesl.
The Herald don't want charity. It
wants a s.|u..re deal on your lob
wink. H we can't suit y..u In uual-
I.y and priee, kick, .....I send your
wi.lk lu some Cheap Jul... house ill
ll.c east lhat never spends a cent lu
Cruulireok.
per
line
I**********!
MORE   THAN
4,600 & Month
Thi*! in the gunran
(-nlatton ol the Hei
Press room and a
tion lists open it. in
tion hy advertisers
time.
The Herald gives
in value for a dollar
ey. The advertiser
riglil tn know whit
receiving for Ins
The I tenth! in um
that court-- I liven lit
tlolhu
ii iiion-
uh the
he i*-
iinney.
paper
ration.
qpyyyyyyyyy
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
Following is a statement of the
circulation ot the Cranbrook Herald
for tlie past il mouths:
August  5,270
September  4,315
October  4,305
November  5,400
December 5,400
January  5,000
February  4,435
March 4,425
April  4,42.
ni*ii since the     time uf   Washington,
ind thev are   Abraham Lincoln,   Sir
lohn  A,    McDonald and   Sir Wilfrid
Laurier.  Each of the three loved bis,
•.iiuiliv, each nt Ihe thl'ce was a man j
il brains, and each ot   lhe three was j
i^ie people.        It is   such ,
mi la- history, aud     whose
iid he impressed upon    the
every child. I
b-lovcd b\
men who'
names sho
memory ol
.1.  Pi
k MacS
o  .1- Vol
the stmlv of the it-hit
between the potato
W.is.i mosipillo,
hns gone to \to
few months
nship
bug
RAILWAY ITEMS
Superintendent 0. Erickson and
Secretary A. I>. Tliampson, left this
> '.....g .... a motor .-... trip to Sirdar.      'I'hey   will Ih-  ...el   at    that
list ing   I'.-inl  ll)' l>
n.l  tlm   '"' '  '
McNicoll, vice-presiilonI
who is reluming l„ Montreal   f.
ll.c coast.     The party   will     |.
il..-...ic-ii Craiihronk ahoul  Friday
Snt.inl.-iy.
Is la
l.< ...I
-k
('.......la
. passenger,
Sir Wil-
i,y records in his
not 11......eel. y.'t
Tl.e Emperor i.f Korea has ahdi
I'.ili'd his ll..ii...'. Well, it was his
Iil.- ... I.is throne, .....I most ..( us
would give up a gilded chair lor a
fi-w years moro "f life, even in
Kii.va.
Tlie .In-ill Northern is building lo
Michel, and Dial is ....Iv ll.e starter
lor .1... extension uf ll.e line llirnng-h
.he pass tn ihf prairie. -lira Hill
has I.is eve .... Canada ami its won-
drr(iil prosperity.
s ..I  I..tlntr    ilny
....   automobile I 	
noli   is the    only I    »l»»   "      M,   ('.nuke.-,   stcnnixiphcl
Knulenavs    lhat  al   ll.e slat ion.  will   leave on  F   '
,,f thnl kind.       !'"' Saturday Inr li siv weeks holiday
.visit in i.e. im. u Hamilton, (inl.
rituin broke   all  "n Mowltlon will he lill.il hy     Miss
M.  lli,k,'nl.,i.l.i..i..
I lliiliclil.nlliiiin,    f,n
ll.e shops.
dnughtci
-man earpi
1   .L
Shop:
I I
W.
Dathie,     hoilermaker,   at
has been     promoted  lo
ition of foreman boilcrmakcr.
DISASTER AT 3>tA
V. .Jones, litter nt the shops
has heen utf duly several days thi:
| week through illness, but will re
sunie duly in a dav or two.
I.. I.. Allemler, locomotive on;
at Macleod tor the past, yea
been transferred tn Cranbrook,
Conductor Wm. Cameron, who has
been working between LetlbJbrldgo
and Calgary, un passenger fnr some
weeks |iasi relumed to Cranhrook
yesterday. He will pav a visit to
Macleod un Mondav,  where he     has
Krancise,
lives wct'e
,   July :
lusl.   Ill
appear in court  on the
iiint" over and killing a
charge
id.'ni
12.—Out:   bun-
u. fearful    ac-
:ed  at midnight}'    Conductor  F,  Wasson,   who       was
iaturilny, lu a collision between the !ftid   up   several    days with a sore
iLitiuers Columbia and Sau Pedro,   [back,    has fully   recovered   and   is
ihe accident is   almost a duplicate again on duty.
1    the    disaster     which     helell the'
Walla several
loss   of life is
ye.u
Effective
this   date     R.    Mollis
Uiucll l »rniRB ami    building foreman, Is annotated assistant   it. and B. master
t iows   \esl district, succeeding   A
• i.  Knglisii, assigned to other duties
-li i bridge iiuil
steamer Walla
Ago, and Hit:
greater.
The Columbia, with one hundred
.md eighty people aboard, was ou ber
way north Hum Sau Francisco fur
Portland.
highly persons who were on the
Columbia were rescued alter being in
lhe water several hours. There was
.i heavy log at the time, and the Sau
Pedro, heavily laden with lumber,
struck lhe Columbia uu lhe purl'
how with such Lortillc force that she
was cut duwn lo the water's edge
aud sank iu about live minutes. OI
her oue hundred ami eighty passengers
many succeeded iu reaching the San
Pedro, which remained afloat. Only
eighty of   them remained,   however,!   ., ———
when, after many hours, the steamer '   "*; »• "coves,   of   the super In tend-
Uouiioko cann: lu iheir rescue. ,ent s nntee  left on No. 5 todav on a
Captain  l\   A.  Down, of  the    Co-  v,n'V° Nelson and    RevelstoVe   and
lumhla,  went down with bis vessel. |W|" h<* ahsent for several days.
ne Sau Pedro was picked up by the     ,,     ,   _,    ,      7"   ■
earner Oeorgo W. Elder, and is now', |,rrtllk, ;ll>'ter, hostler, of the round
being towed into Eureka. House. J«« ™> Monday for Spokane on
a few days holiday visit.
W. .1. Scott, brakeman at Medicine
Mat, has been transferred to Cranbrook, nnd moved here with his family the latter part of last wee*.
I Mrs. I ay nes, wife of W. C. Havncs.
of the bridge mid building department, left on Tuesday for Fernie on
a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. W T
Haynes.
I 1'- 10. Carman, agent at Sirdar
was in Ibe eity on Thursday last
on bis way In Winnipeg. Mr Carman has been far from well for some
siine back and wilt spend a few
months away In search of better
health.
UOWSEIt WINS.
Total for !l mouths  43,023
The total for the 0 mouths
411,1123, which divided by 30, the
number of issues during that period,
shows the average circulation per
issue to have been 1,113 and 31-30.
The above is a true aud correct
statement of the circulation of thu
Cranhrook Herald for thu lime stated.
E.   13.  Simpson,  Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by the said F. 1*). Simpson, whom I
personally know, tbis 27 th day of
May, 1007.
.1. A. Arnold,
.1. P, In and for liritisb Columbia.
In eastern Canada and tbe States
il, is considered a conservative estimate that live people rend every
paper issued. In Cranhrook, to he
on lhc safe side, we place the number at three, which is absolutely
safe, and that woultl make 3,854 rentiers of the Herald each week.
These circulation figures can be
verified at any time by auy advertiser who will take the trouble to go
over the subscription books or watch
the big press roll out the papers.
This Is where the advertiser gets a
run for his money. The Herald
would like Io see every newspaper
make a sworn statement of iis circulation* The advertiser is entitled to know. He pays bis money
and be should know what he is get-
tlng in return-
Why don't all papers do as the
Herald does?
WHY ?
Miss Ethel Fra/.'l
the guest uf Mrs. 1,.
Miss Mav Jamii-son
visil iim her aunt, Mr
milch cows Kim
-,» 5*3__*»4494444tH4wwW9a
$ OBSERVATIONS   J
\ BY THE OLD MAN. tt
The ir.osi|iiiln crop hns been ample
this year.
Wherever yuu see a public spirited
man who is willing lo spend his
money for the advancement of the
community in which ho lives, there
also vou will find a knocker who tries
lo belittle that individual' efforts,
although the knocker would not jar
loose from a cent of bis own mom y
for tbe public good. And every town
has tbem.
There has been more rain tliis season than for the past, two vears. Hut
Ihere is* no kick coming.
Every stranger that visits Cranhrook. speaks of the progress the
town is making.
In a glance over ibe history of big
men on the American continent,
Ihere are three whose names stand
out bold and clear, and we an* of tbu
opinion   that tbey   are     the biggest'bound to succeed,
It.   W.  McAule
com pan led by his
yardmasler,
wife and liltl,
Vancouver, July 24.— There was a
midnight caucus of the government
members at Victoria last night at
which Ihere was an abundant, display
of Uie tad	
lamily     is
through  in ter noil bickerings  anil veal
ousics.   Finally Bowser emerged trom |   i>avt.   Williams,    conductor,     will
■'- fray triumphant with the attor-  |,.ilVe for Victoria this    week on     i
ihort holiday visit.
that    McBride'-- political  (Wl ie." " left'on today WrTii.M'  for
divided     against   ilselj  Spokane on a few days holiday visit.
general's portfolio in his grasp
instead of tbe coinmissionership of
lands and works, which was the position slated for him at Hist. This is
a distinct victory for Bowser und is
iu accordance witb his personal     de-
siire        lie    was sworn   in by Chief  Stii.wi]l*"wl.o'n.et deatli
Mistice Hunter this morning.       'Ibe here some weeks ago.
barson states that the funeral was
very imposing, more than 100 H. or
R. T. men and many other friends
and relatives aceompanving the remains    to Iheir    last resting place
ti. II. Kariftibarson and familv returned on Wednesday from Niagara
Kails, to wliieli place thev went lo
intend the funeral of the'late Percy
n tbe yards
Mr. Fnripi-
minations fur lhe bye-election will
take place on August 2.
The local Trades and Labor council
ihis afternoon    presented a telegram
to It. (!. MacPberson, M. P., for en-
dorsntion.    The despatch is to      ho
seal  to Sir Wilfrid Laurier
him     to direct thnt
governor be asked it
assent  to the Natal
lhe Ins!      session    ul
l,'v,Mlilh!lt'-      ,-       .   . -    ,   J ^me qualities that mndo for hlm'sii
ihe steamer Ivnmerie has arrived at  ma,,y friends here during his only too
Viclorln  witb  1,1.a Japanese   Irom short sojourn wilh us.
lhe floral emblems were particularly
imi ash*s  beautiful and profuse nnd the genera'
ine lieutenant expression of deep sorrow that mnrk-
:.'i-i- immeiliaie  ,.,*  (|l(1 promH]j,,,jS  fOS-ti(]0,i  )n     (]„.
esteem iu which    the departed     hail
been held in bis home town,        Iho
passed     at
provincial
Honolulu, all
Vancouver.
K,lish,i   liner .
hundred more.
nl whom will
The     Nippom    Ytisen
Iso brought over    two
TIIK PTARMIGAN BUKNED
e 151b of    th_ month        lhe
Ptarmigan struck   a hidden
short   distance from Golden.
t    was hurtled    to tiie shore
in    or fid   passengers safely
The steamer's    bole  filled,
it  lo sink.     Later lu a ut-
o flunt  the     boat  .she caught
was Imined to tbe water's
tempt
lire an
edge.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
.  ol  Fernie.
\V. Patmore
nl Calgary
. Hossiter.
SALK-
• I.....es Anthony, air brake instructor on wester., lines, with hcndn-inr-
lers at Winnipeg, and brother nf 11
Anthony, locomotive foreman here
arrived in the cilv nn Sunday on
business ennnecled will, his dep...l-
m.-nt .....I left lor the west on Tuesday.
It. 1). Smith, dislriel master nice
el... u.e. left nn Tuesday nn a business
trip In Calvary.
William Smith ngaln has charge ,.(
iln- stiiiion garden, and is making il
on.- .,! ibe fines! on ll.e <!.„»
«
S3
8
4     i  »
Si
ta
&
Hk
Mr. and Mrs. A.
today for a two
Heaverton, Ont.
-i. Batmen I leave
months    visit at
"BOBBY"  AMU'.llSON  DEAD
Many peopt
shocked    hist
is   Unbelt   H.
ger of the
Ail suddenlv
iii ibis district
Monday to hen
Anderson, formerly
Sullivan mine,     h
Were
Hint
ma n.i-
lied
kinds and at   prices tbat will    make ,n sl,nt,i	
tbem gootl investments.     G. P. Tls- n> the best
dale. ft-tr
Mrs. I,   M. Maiislield. of Hosmer, is
the guest of Mrs, Y. H. Simpson.
Mr. McCrca, of Phoenix, is visiting ^y^l
friends hy tin
mains   were
Nova Scotia,
lhe Sacred I If,ill hospital
Mr,  Anderson was one
known mining men in the
who numbered      his
hundreds,     The
shipped  to Sberbrook,
where his father     re-
APPOINTMKNTS GAZETTED
his brother-in-law, N, c. McKlnstry,
Miss Celia Mansfield will spend her
vacation wilh Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield
-" Hosmer. |   Tho B.   C.    Gazette of   July 18th
Mrs. A. C, Nelson returned from contains notice of tlie following ap-
Winnipeg loday, where she has Ween pniiit-ments in Kootenay: A. .1. Mc-
visiting the past month. Cool, of Fernie;     K. Mummery,     of
Mrs. George Hoggarth and two sons. Tr",lt    •-*-* anA     ''• H. Taylor, n1
and Mrs. E, II. Small and daughters ff,n3?r,U.Gre,.,P8 'Jpl»"ty game wardens;
e returned from Winnipeg
WANTED—Edgcrman for sawmill,
ilso good camp cook and blacksmith.
Apply The Kevclstoke Sawmill Co.,
Ltd,, Itevelstoke, II. V,. 15-4t
Hint
nslle:
photographer, is
duing some very
Men like Binning
E. M. Sandilands   as acting district
registrar, P. J. Gleaner as mining recorder, etc., R, M, Perdue ns registrar of voters for Ymir reading,   J,
A. Kraser as deputy mining recorder
for Ymir. W. H. Bullock-Webster   as
a sl.ipendarv magistrate, W.  J.  Devitt
ar-  as chief const„ble, and    C.  W.  West
are and O.  B. N. Wilkie as justices    of
the peace,
Spol-wsmaihRovlew,    July   22:    A
ii^giui- hack, caused by a strip ol
miislceg mar Deep Creek, on the
Spokane-International track, caused
Un* derailment ol the Soo-Spokane
fast train Monday afternoon, and as
a result it did mil reach Spokane until 111 o'clock ycsierday morning, 18
hums  lale.
The strip ul bud roadbed Is nol
long, ami until Monday afternoon it.
bad not heen noticed thut the rails
had sagged. The place was    filled
with gravel and timbers when Ibe
roadbed was built, and bad apparently been as firm as could be desired.
When the fast train struck the
sagging rails, the engine pimped ami
took the express coach and day
conch wilh it from Ibe rails. No
one was injured and no damage was
done lo the rolling stock, though
because of the ditliculty In getting
a wrecker to the point the train was
miitii delayed.
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION.
At the meeting of tbe Trades and
Labor Council Saturday night tho
following committee was appointed
to aria uuv for a Lnhor Day celebration:
Messrs. II. McDonald, Thos, Boy-
ler, s. McDonald, W. G. Morton, Mr.
McKeunn, Thos. Doris, .1. H. McDonald. John Bat-hie, II. White, TS.
GUI, Mr. McEvvan, E. I), Johnson,
Jos. 13rechIn, and Wm. Flowers.
The   committee   met    Wednesday
evening at 8..I0 in Watts hall. Alter
I some disciis-iiim It was moved by
! Mr. Boyter, seconded by Mr. Mc-
l-.wau, that Mi. Sam McDonald he
president,    Curried.
Moved hv .1. II. M» Donald, seconded by Mr. Boyter, that T. J. Doris
be vice-president.    Curried.
Moved by Mr. Flowers, sccoimIhiI hv
Mr. MuB-wan, that II. White hf an-
pointed secretary. Carried. In the
ntiKcncc of All. While, who was out of
town, it was moved by Mr. Mc-
Kwan ami seconded hy Mr. Flowers,
lhat J, II. McDonald act as secri*-
tary pro tern.   Carried.
Moved hv Mr. Flowers, seconded
bv Mr. Ihivter, lhat Mr. J. II. McDonald ami Mr. S. McDonald constitute the finance committee. Curried.
II was moved hv T. J. Doits seconded hv Sam McDonald, that a vote
>f Hunks   l-e tendered   Mr. Mighton
order ol the Knights ol Pythias. Al
the chief officials and some forty
the members of Ibe local lodge attended ibe Interment in their mourning regalia, accompanied hy the
Rev. Hughes of lhe Method In!
church, who conducted lhe very impressive service ut the grave side.
Tbe deceased came out hero from
Scotland, where, it is said, be left, a
vi>uiig wife and one child, aud shortly
I alter jollied the order al Trail, B.C.,
where he gained a knowledge of Hie
Miielting business at which ho wns
working In the Marysville smelter at
the tlm*' ol his death. When his
body wos discovered'there was found
on it his membership card of Hut
Trail lodge und on Ibe fact being
>iotifli*d to the Cranbrook brethren
they at once sent up a man to lake
charge of the remains, The di-ceas-
d was au atisolufc s-t rnimer to every
,„r f,„,„i„s ,hi. «wsTg s^"is_;,o^„r'K?„%ffi
to the iierain i uw-    |    .       ,,    „M,.|,,,„ ,„ T,.,n
of his -hall, and
lishing eompanv   tor Its oiler of
half page    advertisement   lor Labor
Dny Iree In lhe Labor    Day commit-
i.'if    The motion carried unanimously. I
The niertiiic I hen adjourned to
...eel nexl Saturday evening at ft
o'clock.
.1. II. McDonald, Sec'y.
_—♦————
KIINERAI, OK .IAMBS Mcl.EOI.
The luneral ol .lames Mcl.eo.1,   one
who knew l.i... slichtiy in Trail
These laels are deserving ol notice
and nf appreciative record since tbey
illustrate the practical working ot
one of the great underlying principles
ol action ol one ol the great Ih-ih>-
liclei.t orders. Ha.1 .lames Mela-oil
not belonged to the Knights his remains would have Item put away
with the scantiest ceremony, and,
possibly, a few of Hie men who
worta-d by his side might have paid
the last, poor courtesy ol seeing his
nl Ihe victims ol ll.e recent unhappy lm.lv committed to the earth In
drowning accident at Marysville, stead, .here was an burial lull of
took place on Tuesday at Calvary .honor and elegnnt, symbolical lmp
cemetery with tht full honors ol tMJpnsslvauas.
IN     TIM':    COUNTY   COURT     nl
KAST KOOTKNAY III.1.1.lis
AT CRANIinOOK
Del Ween:
l-:ii/,il,flli Trow,     i.l    .i.i    i.l.
..in',..". I'ni.,,1 Si.i.i". i.i   iincilca
H.iiiilin,
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Perry    Creek Hydraulic    M -,
Company, I'mlliil, llefemlnnl
Tn    I'i'i.v Creek     ll.ii.....In- .1 f
i' Ililliy,      I.il...leil.     nl     I', Ml
Creek, Ilrllish Columbia
Till.,, uni ice II... I .. plaint has lieen
entered nnd .. summons Issue.! against
v.... in lhe ..hove County Court, l.y
Kli/nlull. Trow, ..I Mursl.llcld, Ore
got., U.S.A., for ll.e sun. nl ! i>.....
llcillg f<» wages due f.ni.. I lie IV 111
■lay nf April. IllOli, I,. lhe .'in.li day
,f ......e.  Illl.r.
An.l .... n.'iler has I.e.'.. made I Iml
lhe public..tinu of a not! if tl it-
try of such pliiini ii. ll.e "(Irniihiook
llernld" shall l.e deemed lo be   : I
and s.illleient service nl lhc summons
upon von.
You am required In onlcr n dis-
...ite note within eight dnvs Irom ll.e
last nppearni.ee nf Ihis notice in
the said Newspaper, namely .... the
1st day nf August, 11107, nl the
Registrar's Ollice al Crunhronli, ll.
.'., and if ynu do not sn enter such
dispute note judgment may he signed
ngnlnsl vnu, and the plain-till may
proceed I., execution.
"M. F. Armstrong,"
Registrar.
Dated this 25th day ol July, A. I).
1907. 18-2t
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pr ccs. ' THE CRANBROOK.   II1'*UAI,0
THE CRANBROOK FIRE-BRICK AND
TERRA COTTA COMPANY, LIMITED
Have a Few Shares still to dispose of.
DON'T    WAIT
Until the first consignment of Brick comes into town, when the
Stock will be gobbled in five minutes, but get in now and secure
your allotment of Shares.
ONLY   25 %   CASH
BEALE & ELWELL
Official Brokers
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
B^Jrd
W*mW*M r***±*fA W*aW*m
The Price!  The Quality! 1
QUALITY RULGS ALWAYS, BUT PRICE HAS ITS EFFECT.
COMBINED THEY REION SUPREME.
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We have Quality Shoes an.l we guarantee then, ns aueh.   We are utferitij; PRICR INDUCE-    m>
MBNTS just now to purchasers of TANNED POOTWEAR. jgj
'   uiltl'.S' TAN SLIPfHRS. sizes s   to 10>{, regular price (1.60, tor     |I,26 g}
"    BLIlCtlfikS,   "   S'i to 10.          "        "   •1.85,  " 11.36 BJ
 8 'j to 10,                     "   11.60,  "                          ..     |1.US S
MISSUS' TAN SLIPPERS,  " 11     lo  8,          "        "   11.7.',,"              (1.40 H{
"      OXfOIIDS.  "II     l„13,                     "   |8.25,  "            $1.76 SS
"        " 111'., 1„   2,                    "   12.50,  "                .. .. fL'.laJ Jjj
"    BIIICHHKS, " II     l„  2,          •'        "   |2.110, "                         11.50 jj
    2.                    "   »'-'"', "                     I'-'...' BJ
WOMEN'S TAN OXfOltOS, regular price ♦8.60, lor                                       fl.00 &
"   111.00.   "                                                                              |2.2f, J*
"    OXFOIIOS, Plain Toe, Ribbon Tie, rennlar price >l.0O, loi _                              *3.00 Si
WOMEN'S hi l-ctlPH CUT HOOT, regulai price •4.00, fur                                                  fs.00 Of
 111.75,  "                              .   .                            18.00 Kj
HOVS' BUNN.NO SHOES                                                                                        .15,.., 75,'. S
MEN'S BASEBALL SHOES                                                               fl.00, ». US j£
THESK 1'HIOKS ARK KOlt CASH  ONLY _|
Bee our Windows, or, belter still, come in.   We will be glad lo see yoti ai
G. T. ROGERS' SHOE SHOP
CRANBKOOK, B. C.
PIPES
I   AH   THE   MAN
THAT SELLS
B. B. B.
PIPES
S. J. M1GHT0N
thi; TODAticoNisr
SI-
LOCAL NOTES
i'i.,, I...H.
Tins ui-jllii-i is .Imply .lcllgl.tl.il.
Kill)  HI'     AI.I.IT    TIIK CITV'    ,
i\  asi. iv.i t'l'KRTKINS ok     '   *"*V "" Improvlni Bmutltul Ornn
MANV  PEOPLE. «■
— \   McCowan ms.i,',l Klngsgnto lasl
In I urn 1. I souvenli spoons Sunday.
 I w''"'"''- ""' ","''1''1- Ton.   Cliiifii.,,,    ,.,„„•   „,.   l,„i.i
,'si'ivo join  I....I In steam. Vou  Klngsgnle iii.l..y.
''," IT ',',".!' sl,;!''.'^,^,.,''I   I'll" «•'■' '"'-' l» '"'""'. l'»'"W
> in llu' Lniiili  aim  l.il.sln Strain  ,,,,,1,     ,..,..,|.,
       Ii I ps II..' hull     wholo    „",?' ■'"""'>•
ilif in,-ssiit,- nl strain does   not'   ''   c. Bryant,    formerly wilt. Held
n .li,' flavor In escape.    Try   il. * ''" . I« iu town Ibis week.
s.'us.i.i ami you will I.'.'   .......-'   Mr. ....,!     Mrs. It. II. Unhurt,   ol
.       sni.isi'.isl.-l'iil........      tiros., Win.l.i.'i, were iu llie city today.
.!«■ I   Mr. ami Mrs.    A. Watts, ol Walls-
. iiu,..' lnii.it meals or drleh   up I*1"'!., wore it. ll.e city y.'Slerriay.
Uili'li-s,     wlu-ii you use a Toledo !   K. Matlanilalno    was' looking alter
.1.1 Cooker.     'I'I..' pressure      »I c. p, H. lAisiness in town this week
R^i&M^ '   * *■*. * al
;-., n:,;!"."^,,;;.;:! "Si «-r.,,,.,!,. of Creston,^
liy I'ntmore Bros. Sl'vml ,,llVs '" ,ow" ,l,ls *"*■
mi^lit (Thursday) the l.i.lit-s .,( '}>*■]• l»"iKly, wl... is now Hying in
Moili.i.list. church will iml.I a s■K,^iil'H,. l»wl tWs l,-lY tt visit this
ii siii in! nl Ilir Parsonage, when a w     '
Iv refreshment, hiifTet wiil to one '•■ s- Bnron is lining a big wood
l.i- at I mut ions, in n1(, words nf hilHiiiess nnil shipping ear loiuls of it
Lfsi'iMic, "Kiiir ladles will    drop '" the prairie.
ilia in ll.c way or starved peopl_A| a young lady wearing a belt lull of
charge will he made to ehWt llu- cartridges ami an ivory handle re-
inils. Ice ci wuu ami otlier good volvcr conspicuously displayed/ align will be delved at modcrato traded name little attention on tbo
«"■ (streets today.
Tin* Ore* ton   Ims-linll nitii' expects
i    play a    Cianbiuolt     nine a Week
Iiniii Sit hn day.
.1   Moe, 0, l*. it. dish id passenger
agenl. witb heatlipiartels al  Nelson, is
in tbr fitly Ibis week.
Mi'sms. Ni'iKdii, Erickson. Tnlo
and liilt nn* in in. commended tor
lln'ii  liCAlltllul lawns.
.1 <i Mates, CI. IV.IIar, 0. Hfib-
ai.ls ami 11. Midland, of Pernio, wero
in town flu- firsl ol llm week enjoying
a little metropolitan air.
Mis. John    Hulinaii, of   (loltlen, is
tlie u;ursI ol ber son,     .1. It. Ilewil
son, ai iIn* Cosmopolitan.
A. 1.. MeDermol has securod Mio
ttgeney of Mm Papal lieer, and there
is no beer Mi.it is belter.
II. IV Dickenson, of Hoss I and, interior general agent of Mie 0-latil
Powder fiompanv, was doin^ Imsines-.
in Crnnbrook this week.
,1. Hourgoine, for Mie past five
nionlliN cln-f at Mie Maker Lumlier
c(riii|iany's mill at Waldo, returned In
that plaro yesterday to resume bis
duties, after a two weeks vacation
with his family in Cranbrook.
Hehl & Co., tbe dry -*oods Hid
clot-bing men-hunts, are offering tint
iiH-mltm ol the winning le.Hn in Uie.
bnweball league each a pair of Slater
tti shoes. Tbat is a prize tbat will
make the boy* get a move on.
Rev. Taylor will lie licgin a course
of sermons on tbe second coining ol
Christ in Mie Haptisl church on Sunday lirst at II a.in. Subject: "The
Promise id Ilis Coming." I2venlng
at, 7.31) pin. subject: "Thu.- Starl.*t
Sins."     All welcome.
A. \\. WoVlttle has been in town
tbe past few days arranging f<"' the
opening nf a new camp down on the
.Movie road by his assistant, 10. II.
l-'erris, where Mas work of surveying
a large number of timber idalinn will
In* carried tm for Ibe EohI Kootenay
Lumber company.
Owing to the wet evening
day, lhe open air meeting
held. The conditions b
favorable nest Sunday. Uv
Tavloi ami It Hughes,
give shorl addresses'. All who
assist, wilt in- welcomed, Hank1
sunns ami solos will lie used
The manv friends of Prnneh
Council, who is now living i
CoUVor, will he pleast'tt to lr.ni
last. Saturday, tho big athlel
day in that city, he won tbo
yards open race and also Mie 820
yards open, receiving as prizes two
handsome silver cups, 'lin- best
amateur sprinters of the consl participate in these rates and hence the
victories won by Mr. McConnell are
well --arued.
WANTED-A dining room girl;
wages $35,00 per mouth, Apply In-
lenialioiial Hotel, Moyie, B.C.  18-tt*
Peter Watson, who recently arrived
from   Scotland,   has opened   a shoe-
making    and   repairing simp   in the
building occupied by George Powell's
dyeing establishment   on Armstrong
avenue.     Mr.  Watson knows a  slioo
wben he sits it, as lie was trained iu
tho business, and lhe touch of leather
lo him is like lhe touch id silk    to
Ihe    woman    dressmaker.       A  shoe.
welt mended is a shoe half saved. Mr. I
Walson will show you how lo     save i
money on your old shoes,     .lust drop
into his    place amt let him convince
yon by one trial.     If ymi do      you
wilt to again and you will tell   your i
friends to go.
iflt Siiii-
,,-,   not
ii- moro
w   i:
hi iiniii
Mp-
Van-
tlial
- fie Id
- IUU
itlmliaili 10 pounds for 25c—Q. T. I
Ilogers..
li. (1. Hidden and wife, ol Spokane, |
were in the city yesterday for a |
short time on their way to Spob_.no,
.Mr. Belden is president ol the International Development company, of
Spokane, that, owns a number of
valuable coal lands north of Crows
Nest and upon which development
work is now being carried on. It is
expected,that the mint's will be opened and ready for shipping some time
next spring.
FOR SALE—Patent, refrigerators,
no sweating or dropping in provision
chamber. New pans put into every
otiher hox to keep provisions tool and
dry.—Joseph Maycock. l8-:it*
W. H. Wilson, the jeweler, has
made arrangements with the Plckard
studios, of Chicago, to send a repre-
sentative to Cranlirook wilh about
$5,000 worth o! the most beautiful
specimens of the art of china painting
that have ever been produced to give
.ti. exhibition in bis store. Then;
will lie nothing in this exhibit for
sale, Imi if you want to place an
order now for fall or Christmas shipment, you may have any piece you
wish painted to order. Mr, Wilson
will announce the date of the exhibit
u.-\t week.
POSITION WANTED-By first-
class sticker aud plauerman. Apply
Box 17, Cranbrook. 17
"The Girl From Frisco," which will
to ito musical comedy presented by
llie Pride ol New Yoik company at
[to opera house on Tuesday, July 30,
i.s the very best comedy of their
whole repertoire and which pleased
lhe Calgary audience to perfection,
everyone proclaiming it to be one of
the finest ever presented to a western audience, the pretty costumes,
splendid choruses anil exceedingly
funny comedians, mako it an evenings
amusement which is refreshing and
leaves one pleased and satisfied, receiving full value for their money
Don't miss tbis big event.
Fred K Haines, who has been a
member of the Herald stall for the
past live years, anil fur nearly a
-en belore that was in charge of Lhe
Marysville Tribune foi M litm    <n
ll.e Herald, has decided to forsake
ibe presses nnd tlie seductive odor ol
the inks and the oils id the printing
i.nii-e Im railroading, ..wing tu mine
Iuu good health, and nexl
Saturday severs        his con
neotlon      with      ihe Herald.
This act upun the part nf Mr. Haines
is ihe source (il extreme regret on
Ihe part ol the management of the
Herald and every member of tlie
staff. Fred has been a hard worker,
a loyal partisan fur the Interests
that he represented, absolutely reliable at all times, and with his coworkers a great favorite. The Herald will miss Fred, as he hail become
a recognized fixture with the office,
and has seen the paper grow from a
small weekly to one of the largest
weekly papers in western Canada,
but he leaves with the hest wishes ol
everyone about the office, who hope.
that he will enjoy hetter health in
liis new tit-Id and all kinds of prosperity, But any time that he wishes
to rclurn tti the presses and the inl;
there will to a position for him at-
Miis office as long as the Herald is
under the present management, or
wherever lhe present manager might
he engaged In the printing business.
PHOTO
OF THE HOME
How about  it, now
that it is at its best ?
SET THE DATE AND SEE
ART
PICTURES
AMD
PICTURE
f'RANING
BINNING
THE PHOTOGfTAPHER
successcm  io
PREST PHOTD  CD.
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5PECIALIZL
BRANCHES
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"The Girl from!
'Frisco"
','. Will bs presentee] by tlm 'PKIDE OF NEW VORK" CO
!! ..( the CRANBROOK OPERA FJOU.SE on
i! Tuesday, July 30th!
*
; > Pretty (iirle, Clever Comedlnns, Splendid Soloisu, N'.-.v Hong-, ♦
Everything new nnd [Jp-to-Date. ♦
A BIO CITY ATTRACTION
SEATS ON   SALE  AT  BEATTIE  &  ATOHISON'S
RESERVED, M.00
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Rev. James C, Rolierlaon, M.A.,
will ...iili.'s.s I. meotlng ol tlir congregation in llm Presbyterian church
I nexl Monday evening at 8.80 o'clocl.
In   tho    inti-ri'N. "I   S.....I..)-  school I W[U,' J"   s,',si.-,i„ni"".,,i7r.-"l"i'n"
work.      Mr.    Ilohortaon   is   general  children, remembering Hut thev
secretary lor .Si.mi.iy Bchool     work  ■■
throughout Canada, and gives his .•..-
ti... ti...,', talent ...nl experience    to
il..' problems ..I this very Important
[department   ol   church work.      This
mooting wiil provo Interesting l>
and   j-omig and   tho   pastor.
Main,    is    anxious    that   the
work ol    iiu-   picnic Im follow-
old
Rev.
PIK.II
li  ll|l
llil
ll..- I.u|ii' i.l .hf church, nf Hi,- I,,
nnd .,1 the country.      Klii.uM
persons of othor congregations   i
io attend the meeting tbey will
cordially welcomed, THE OHANimoOK.   HKUAI.il>
^H 1.1 |i|| aj ■ — * * lllttl ' I»»f JJ'liKlll III m W** SII    nl        in tlie   finny tribe.
'l'l..'..' is already good lishinc in   ll.c
__»*&£[
News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned trom Newspapers
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SELKO AND TOhAC
CO PLAINS
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.Kiniii our own correspondent)
I'll.- big .uili..  .<< .In- Kill hotel,
Mil,,,, is couiplounl, Disl.y ,v Wahlo
doing .In- carpenter wink, kiitiiuuT o.
l-'uiifiiif, ilir stone, brick awl plas-
lening uud It. l-'lomiug lhe ml .iml
...ii,'. colors.      Tho rooms are    .ill
lliei'l)   111...lsl.nl  .Hfi   the Iff l-'i flf ni-
lii-t ul .In- hotel Is gorgcuus with
internal scenery, an,! .is .!.,- Missour-
I...I si.id every vacant  ii      iln-
hold is occupied, also llu- lop II.. I ul
.In' billiard tabic.
...is standing on   a rock, Ins.     his
Imhi  ami    l.-ll i.t   th.'   river   and
ilo.iifil pnsl Hn- oilier lellow, who
gave ,i vi-ll and snid: "If you're go-
lug tn .five after 'cm Ihe bet's off."
Mr. Unwdon, ol Vancouver, was iu
Klko il.js week doing business Inr
Mi.il'.iv. Smith, Blair A Co., selling
mouth' harps . innckinnws .....I mole-
.voin.i.i bus nothing .-Ise   li
sin's her hair.
Messrs. Adair
>.    vV.ishli.glni.
nl   ll.il.fl   l.'f.     Kill
.mil      I'il.-ilii'    rn.isl
.len Creamer brought in n bunch
i'ii\..s.'s from fi.ivtoii ercck nnd sold
llie bunch in Mr. Ilenly, wlm siilppe.l
iin'iii io Cnlgary.
Mrs
Ki.ii     iellllln.il     tu
Uoosvlllo
lei'
,i pleusiuil -. [sit to in
>i husband
111 ll
ost ol Klko liiijiuis.
Messrs,  Kumiucr 6: Kiilljnmes li.iv-
several g I   contracts In    Klko he
si.l.-s ii large amuuni ol Work at
.•'eriue; Hosmer, Coleman, Blairmore, and I.eM.liiiUgc. Tiny will
make extensive alterations at Kilmarnock Castle, Mn> EUco residence of
• lames  McKee,   Ksi|, These gentle
men h.ive done some splcntliil masor
work, bricklaying, ami their wood'
lilue wotii is   iip-t.i-ihiic and smooll
Wm, la
week mi
was up lo iH'tnn
irnmuiil  business,
Tom Letcher bought a big team o
pure bred Clydesdale's from Charlit
Comer, the Koosville   pumpkin grow
-I...* Austin, the popular agenl     of
Mn* C.  I',  ll.  here,  left,  for Wln-nlpi**",
mi ,i pleasure trip.
'I'i
lnniiaii,
pay  is
A Kcrnie wholesale man lolls tbe
writer a good story nbout a train
hold-up mi Mn- c. P. K. main line,
entitle*,. "She was ready." Tbe
I ni in was steaming along t<> Van
couver and crowded with passengers.
The train was stopped hy the hold-up
men and lhe conductor broke Mn- news
in the passengers, and then Mie fun
bewail. One young lady who was
t-i.ing lo Vancouver to scu a tndj
iiiend haii borrowed her sister's nml
sister-in-law's jewelry anil jumpttl
.nound the ear like a Hy on a hot
cinder, and as excited as a chicken
wilh its head oil. Some of ihe other
ladies collected their valuables and
siueli them in tbelr stockings. The
men were unloading their pockets lirtc
the hat racks, under lhe seats, behind
Mm* hot water pipes, etc. Hut lhe
coolest line of dry goods on the
whole train was a young lady from
Hoosville. the big red apple eounlrv
on Tobacco Plains. Slit* never even
hailed an eve-winker. Several shots
were heard alongside Ibe coach. The
door was opened and Mead Shot Hill,
Shooicmfasl Pick and Collector Sam
walked in behind 30-30 Winchester's
and deniaml.il bands up, and big
strong men held up their bauds as if
ihey wen* reaching for stars like a
.lew  hai   salesman. Hut   the      girl
from Tobacco Plains kepi her seal
looting as cute as a pet fox, ami Mie
ilex lie redoes were taking up the collection and Iwo Wl ncli ester's ready
to pop if anything went wrong, when
Mn- loughcsl and Oercesl robber in
"he hunch approached the girl from
Tobacco Plains. She jusl foamed up
like a soda fountain. "Don'l you
dare to touch mc," she shouted, "or
I'll scream, I'll scream just as loud
.i*. ever I ean " The Winchester's
flropi'ieil like a hag of hoise-shues and
Hit* throe bandits made for the long
grass ami the tall timber ami the
Main proceeded on Ms way to Vancouver. N'ow the young l.nly is back
on Tobacco Plains raising |;reon corn.
sirawhciries, plums and big nil
apples,
W. W. Tuttle, lhe energetic fish and
irauie warden, was doing the will-o'-
the-wisp ad  around the dislriel this
A big party of Immigrants from
Idaho arrived in Klko last week. They
are heading for Hudson's Bay.
The easiest wav to outwit a llnr is
I., tell the truth.'
Mrs. Holhrook, of lhe post ollice
store, left gooseberries mown in lu-i
garden hack of Mie store, as liiu as
pigeon eggs, with ihe writer. Wo
can skin     Nelson and Creston three
miles for small fiuils We have gol
ihe land and tin- climate All w
want is men who understand Mie bus
mess. Wc are 200 miles nearer Mi
market ami il would pav men wh
iimfetsland fruil growing tn loot; this
i ..iiuil v up a little.
M..se Anld. of Kalispdl, Mont-,
ht ought in a fine ham) of work horses
nnd whipped them to Edmonlon lasl
week".
Mrs. David Hoss. ..f Whilemoulh.
Manitoba, arrived in Elko Mils week
on a visit to her sons, the Hoss Bros.
ot Klkmoiiih.
Fred teller intends shipping another carload of broken horses lo Hnl
Deer,  Alta., next  week.
Alex. McCool UJ-K in town Saturday selling fire escapes and patent
douse the glims.
II is expected lhat Hube Steeves,
of Frank, Alberta, will move his
brie!* yard plant near Elkn, sometime
in lhe near ful nre.
.1. M Pugh, general manager of tin*
I'itch ('reek mills, came in from
Okotoks, Alia , bringing several capitalists from the casl wilh bim.
Messrs Pugh .\ Livingston have
hroilghl in more men and paid mil
more money iu Elko Mian auy mill
company in lhc dislriel, and we hope
their   children will have    millionaire
tlcorge Skellon lefl for Mie Dig
Sandy country in Molilalia lasl week,
limine was the swiftest runner ou
the Elko baseball team aud a -cWT.il
favorite with all lhe bovs. We wish
him health, wealth ami prosperity and
Ihnl he will come hack to Elko when
he makes his pile.
Ferule's M15J play duck on the
rock when lliey come to Elko on
Sunday's.
"Iloulahan," Fernie general manager for lhe Singer ami shunter sewing
machine company, of New York nnd
llos r, was in Elko this week doing business for the linn.
It was very amusing the other day
watching a Winnipeg drummer, who,
having vainly iried fur some time lo
nreseiit an acceptable fly to the lisb.
lying bis well filled fly book onto his
line and throwing it info the river
with ''Here i*os!i dn Mi vou lake vour
choice."
A. C. Wood, wlm was matched lo
hox vvilb Harney Mullen, in Fernie,
Augusl '.lb, iiiel wilh a serious ac-
eideiil while training, running a rusty
nail through his Toot. We understand his manager called the match
oil, iis Woods is unable to walk and
there is danger of blood poisoning.
Wc hope, however, that Mr. Woods
will soon he all right again and
<-e a good showing in his line of
business.
The boxing match hetween two
local miildlevveights for a purse of
fifty dollars aud gale receipts in the
Hoffman opera house Saturday night
irevv a big crowd. It was a fifteen
round go anil both wenl the limit,
hill Heferee McEwen declared It a
ilraw to ihe entire satisfaction of
'he whole audience.
Fernie Lawyer: "N'ow are you sure
you have told me everything.
Elko     Kuhe:  "Everything    exeepl
'ici'c I hid the money.     I want   il
myself."
Mr. Kelly, of Vancouver, was iu
the district looking over the limber
south of Elf-o and Elkmmitb.
F. H. Hawthorne, of Nelson, called
iu Elko hist Week on business and
pleasure. The business part ot bis
visit was selling liquid bcatlacbes for
the Hudson's Hay company., and
Kootenay belles to the hired inpi
and sour dough disturbers. He also
met' several planters from Tohaeco
Plains, re the purchase of the tobacco crop. The pleasure part of Ilif
visit would cost a tenderfoot i
tool hundred dollars at circus prices
This
drops.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. Jeffries, of Mie IV M. Kerry
company, of Windsor, Out., was
nrouml taking orders for bird seed.
limothv. pumpkin seed ami Tipperary
apples.
George Clark ami John Dixon left
Klko for Northern Alberta lo take
up homesteads this week.
Tbe baseball match hetween Fernie
nnd Klko will be played in the sweet
subsii-iiently, Tiie baseball game between Klko and the Eurekas will he
nl.iyed al Elko .luly 281b. The
Eurckns are the champions or Montana and Tobacco Plains.
on Snlurdny morning she was lakeu
to the Ciaiihrook hospital. Mrs.
Louis Larson has been ill for a few
days and she was taken also.
Mr. Lund remind from Spokane a
few days ago.
Miss    Margaret    Owen    i
from an attack of measles.
suITering
Mr.
Hi os.,
week.
Kilchie,    represent ing  Willson
id \ letorin   was in town   this
Brock Markle was in Cranhrook on
Monday.
Wliile ritling on a Inns,-, one day
lasl week, Mr. Slinson, i.f Parker -A
Thorp's camp, was thrown oil ami
lhe horse fell uu him, injuring him
tpiite severely. He was taken to the
Si Eugene hospital where his Injures were at lorded to,
The Hindoos employed on the lumber vard, were out ou sir ike for a
few days last week, but owing lo
,i settlement being made, Ihey have
again resumed work.
Tiie many friends of Mr. Oeo. Wilson will, no doubt, In* pleased io hear
thai be is progressing favorably,
t moyie 2
(Klein tbe Moyii Leader.)
F. It, Morris, of Cranhrook, was
in  town on Tuesday.
Mrs. P. .1. McMahon was in town
between trains lasl Saturday.
Thos. Halt and son .lames let! on
Thursday for Salt  Lake Cilv, Uta-li.
Mis. A. (i. Monkhouse returned
Thursday from Cranlirook, where she
was visiiing for the past few days.
Word was received this morn ng
lhat Helen, the voung daughter of
Mr. anil Mrs. .Limes Whitehead, of
Moyie, had ilieil at the Cranbrook
hospital last night. Pneumonia was
tin- cause of death.
Mrs. C. (>. Peterson left last Saturday for Winnipeg, where she is taking in the fair.
.lack McTavish left Ihe (list of the
week for S|n»kane, where be went ou
business.
creeks and iu the river at the
crail nice baskets were brought in
etal nice haslets uete brought iu
this week.
Chas. Slefeiis ami Mrs. Stevens, of
Cranbrook, wen* visiiing friends in
Fernie last week.
Fire Chief Phillips will go to Vancouver at, the end of this month. He
has been olTcreil a desir.ible position
there at a more tempting salary than
Fernie can offer.
The Knights nf Pythias inslalleil
officers for the current term on
Tuesday    nighl. Past    Chancellor
Pitilar was presented wilh a beautiful jewel hv the brethren ot the
lodge.
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FERNIE
great   summer—for dew
llii'i
l-\i    r.
anbrook,
ahoul
sii
weeks
ngo, .1..'
seven vim
rs ..un
inl
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if   .li,- Or.
mhrook tie
raid.
Wi
...oil. .
.  Ms loss
(From Thu Kcrnie Ledger.)
Messrs. A. Mut/.. Thomas Todd and
K L. Wriglesu..] ih h.ive nurchased a
few acres <d laud uloiitfilito of Mie
(i. N. inicks, insl below the West
Fernie towusiie ami have been making some Investigations wilh a view
nf establishing n brickyard,     A small
ham) pl.ilil has been installed ami oil
Thursday lhc liisl thousand of brick
were made. A kiln of 30,000 will he
made and burned and tests ale being
math* al l.oih Frank, Alta., ami
Whit'dish, Muni . where large plants
are iu operation and thorough practical tests can he made
A. ('. Klumerfell am) some associates have purchased 7,000 aeies of
coal lands nf the Call coal conipanv
at Lelhliridge, mid it is probable thai
a company will he organized lo t-api-
tati/.e ami operate the property. A
portion of this land is what has* been
known as the Barnes mines.
Dr. Corsttii expects In start ambulance Instruction classes at Coal
Creek as soon as he has suflicient applications to form a class.
The Milchel mine has been able to
operate only Iwo days this week on
account of lhe car sliorlngc. Number
two mine at Coleman has been Idle
two days during the week for ' Mie
same reason.
C. M. O'Brien, well known in this
dislriel-, i.s visiting the Pass towns
organizing lhe Socialist parly. lie
spokp at Fiank Thursday night, and
will speak at Mellevue Saturday
night and at Coleman Sunday night.'
0. CI. S. Lindsey is laid up seriously ill with an attack of whooping
cough. A trained nurse has charge
nnd hopes he will soon recover. Master .Mm underwent a serious opera-
lion a week ago but is rapidly re
covering.
VI. T. Heftly learns tbat be bas
mailc a lucky investment down in
fiobllields. Nevada, and contemplates
making a trip to that famous camp
It. L. T. rialhraith, of Fort Steele,
was in Mie city Wednesday. Mr.
Oalbraitb is one of the veteran pioneers of Ibe Kootenay country, and is
as deeply interested In its future
though he was as young as the Ledger Kid, and expected lo he living in
the Koolcnav valley when it has been
eheclrr-lioardcil with fruit orchards.
The Ledger hones he mav not only seo
llliugs buf be able lo enjoy Mm
fruit.
Col. Holmes arrived in town lasl
night on the delayed easlhnund express. He was accompanied hv
Captain Hall, A.D.C., of the engi-
iii'ering department. Col, Holmes
inspected A. ami B. compinies of the
Koolcnav rifles, under the command
of Cantain McEvoy. Over sixty men
were iu Ibe ranks, anil Ihey passed a
very creditable examination. Today
Captain Hall, in company wilh the
local officers, will lake a look over
the proposed site of the new* armory.
provinces have been covered he will
make a jump lo liritisb Columbia,
covering Alberta, Saskatchewan ami
Manitoba on tbe way easi. The arrangement of dales ami meetings has-
been left to Ibe Conservative organizations, and there is nn doubt lhat
except when he is traveling, Mr. Borden     will   have au     eimageineirt    f,,r
rvuv 'i1'.' VtixiUuU\ li is "o( Probable that Air. Borden will i„. accompanied hy a large party, but one
or two eastern members will be on
band to lend him aid in lhc various
provinces,
Bid TIMBER PURCHASE
Vancouver Province: A syndicate of
Iowa capitalists has just completed
ll.e purchase of a blind led ami seventy six square miles of timber limits
in central Vancouver Island. The
amount involved will run into bun
drills of thousands of dollars, al
though lhe precise figures have not
been disclos-il.
The I own ns were   represented    hy
Mr   W    K.    Simpson,  of Iowa  Falls,
vib i has    lieen a guest    at the    St
Fram-is hotel al  various periods dm
im* tin* past month
The syndicate will creel mills on
Mn* islam) and will cut lumber for the
expoi i trade The acquisition of
limits on tl.e mainland is content-
■dated, and negotiations for large
irens is now in progress. Mills- will
also he erected on the mainland, anil
ihe umduct wil) be sold lo (he domestic trade.
The limits iust nc'piircd on Vancouver Island were cruised hy Mr.
W D. Maviei, a well known lumberman of Junction Citv, Ore., and a
small army nf assistants The Iowa
syndicate expects to make Investments (.f iwo million dollars iu British Columbia.
We Want
You to Judge
Louis Lacbonc'' went up to .IufTi.iv
Sn I unlay lo turn the soup strainers
if Harry Pen sons' lumber jacks, and
Up llie hail  off Ibe pine cats.
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li.   II.    Bullarl    was In Fernie last
week on business.
Mr. Hnggnrly lefl last Saturday
evening for Winnipeg. He has been
in the employ ol the lumber company
here.
Miss Menders is unite ill at the
homo of her sister, Mrs. Stinson.
Miss Irene Donahoe left last Friday
.Itcrnoon for Winnipeg for medical
t tendance.
The   annual   school    meeting   was
^h^h«h|h | held       'he on Saturday
Two Nniih nf England miners camo I evening.    Mrs. Winner ami Mr. Thorp
down from    Michel lo   Elko to fish, j wore elected iiustees to   llll Hie vn-
After geltim- a good supply ol     the enncy caused by Mr. Sutherland   and
ealch-ein-al! brand    nf lishing tackle,,Mr. Helgeson retiring,
thev made a wager as  to who would i ■-
make the blggcsl catch of fish. Tbey ' Mis. James Smith, whose Illness
went a little above Ibe falls, but did was reported in a previous Issue, ballot have very good luck,    "-'
(From the Fernie Free Press.)
"Tbe extension of the C. N. S.
railway from Kcrnie to Michel will be
completed by fall." Such Is the
statement of L. W. Hill, president of
the Oreal Northern railway. Mr.
Hilt, accompanied hy F. II. McClul-
gan, vice-president; F. E. Ward, general manager; S. P. Pleacher, chief
purchasing agent; .1. W. O'Neil, divisional superintendent, nml A. II.
Iloglaml, chief engineer of the Great
Northern system, arrived here hy
special train on Monday night. On
Tuesday morning, accompanied by tl.
C. S. idniisey, general manager C. N.
P. Coal Co.,"and Messrs. Hrinnan and
McEvnv, the party proceeded over
the C. P. R. to Michel where the
yards were carefully inspected. Mr.
P E. Thain, locating agent fnr the
O. N. who is engaged in laying out
the route between here and Michel
jollied them at lhat point. The return to Kcrnie was made very slowly
in order that the ollicials might ex:-
aioine the ground over which the new
line must run. It is expected that
the road will proceed to Hosmer on
ibe west hank of the river, crossing
(he Elk at that point ami running lo
Michel on the oilier side. A. Outh-
ric A' Co., of St. Paul, bave the contract, which will be completed lieforc
ihe ";roitml freezes. Their agent will
be in Fernie this week tn arrange for
i-niiimeiiceiitg work.
A meeling called last night to arrange tor another curling series,
was postponed for lack of a quorum.
The Lille camp nf Uie West Canadian Collieries company was closet)
ilown Monday morning by a strike
of the employes of the eompanv nti
Ihal place. The difficulty arises out
of the hack-hn ml system which bas
been in von ne at Lille the past Iwo
years. .Some of the men are in
favor uf the system while a majority
desire il abolished A vote was
Inken in the Lille union Sunday result i in; in a majority in favor of tilting away with the system and in
coiisiHpienee none of lhe lueii went tn
work Monday morning, The eompanv claims the action was taken
without any notice being given.
Two mm named Stnekalt ami
Parry were painfully but not seriously Injured by a runaway ear at
Coal Creek mi Wednesday. They
Were brought to Mie Kcrnie hospital
and are improving as rapidlv ns can
be expected,
A man who had filled himsell with
the old familiar juice at Hosmer on
Wednesday fell across a balustrade
and did Hie rush act lo tlfc bottom of
the slairs. lie was brought to
Fernie Thursday morning lor rc-
pii'irs.
The B. C. nnzette of July 11 contains the appointment of Constable
A. Sampson, ol Fernie, to be   Chief
License Inspector for the Kcrnie dis-, 	
triet, and of Alexander J. MeConl lo;Saskatchewan, October 12lh to loth;
be lire warden for the year 1007 for Manitoba, October '.Jtst In 28th, The
the purpose of carrying out the pro- opening meeting of the tour will he
visions id lhe "Bush Kire Act." J in the citv nf Halifax on August 20th,
.i   — ■ and il will be followed hy one meet-
Whimster A Co, lmve a fish pond ing in Cape Breton ami another In
in their window containing samples Mie Annapolis vallev. Mr. Bord-'ii
"f live Elk river Mont am) grayling,   will Mien proceed to New Hn
I frank X
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(From The Frank Paner.)
A. !•'. Orady has sold rail I.is Coleman lira.ii'l. to a Iil... to be known
as the .'olf.nau Hardware eompany,
of which J. 1-1. Hill is ma-iinger.
Taller, aboul .. third ns large as
Frank, lias lieen Incorporated as a
lown nn.l lhe election lo choose llie
firsl town council has been called.
Or. M.ilcolmson lias completed ll.e
uist.lliiiifii of au \ rav apparatus ft.
I.is hospital for the examination of
complicated injuries.
('. ll. M.-ltac    took his rtii.il d.-f.ar-
iure    Tuesday    evening for pastures
new.     iii- u-.H-s In lhe coast via Cully ami Uience lo lhc line of     the
new railroad.
P. ill. Collins, .lack Robertson and
Norman Kraser, provincial conl mine
Inspector, wenl .low., ll.c r.vcr fishinrj
ai U.e week end. They brought back
uu Iroui, Hu- l.esl fly fishinc: II..is far
reported.
II was reported the first of the
week that lhc llilletcsl .nine would
resume operations loony. It was
staled in he ihe Intontlon ... star!
Monday n.t.1 the new conveyor was
lesteil Sunday with II.nl idea Imi
some minor delects delayed mailers-.
II Is slated that the men ret..... lo
work al .lays pay jicmiiiiK arbitration
of i. new schedule
Between our sweet gqods
and lhose ol our competitors. We feel confident
that the verdict will be in
our favor, because inasmuch as we use nothing
but Western Flour we have
little or no freight to pay
on raw material. Then,
too, there is not "dead
freight haul" Irom the eas<
on the manufactured ar-
lie'e. Hence we can pul
out goods of superior quality for the price that Eastern houses sell out here.
Therefore, when you give
preference lo A.B.C. goods,
besides gelling the best on
the market, your money
stays right here in the
West. If your grocer does
not sell our goods write to
the factory and we will fill
your order direct. Simply
mention your grocer's name.
A.iiikism      Alhcrl. Bl.tull Co . lid
I.ter. IM0  r.i.i.av  .,  Ai.r.
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|| Distillers Company, Limited
John W. Wolf
Boot. Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
nf repairing,   flive me a call.
McVittie & Laidlaw.
Mining; Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANROOK, B. C.
.1. T. I.AII'I.AW, M.E.
TIKIS. T. MeVITTIi:, 1U..S.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
W'lillKINC, FOR TORYISM
As soon ns the .summer holidays
are over Mr. Horde.. will buckle down
lo hard work, addressing meetings
Irom Alliiulic In Pacific. The lime
to In- devoted In each province is
s.-lll.-il as follows: Nov.. Reolia.
august 2iilh In 21th; Xew ririins-
aiek, Augusl 2.1th In 28th; Quebec
Aiicnst jtiii, t„ September Sth; Ontario, September 711. to 17th; n.-ilisl.
Columbia, September 24th lo October
1st;   Alberta, October   aid In lotlt-
when    one   been .! aduillv .ni».i        S   , .i       '7   """' :""' Kr"Vling.   «'  proceed  In New  Brunswick,
... Manually glowing wuKer,   and iu another window Ihey display   tbe Quebec anil Ontario.       Alter    these
SUMMER
EXCURSION RATES
KAST
From Cranbrook
$5250 to
Port Arthur, St. Paul
Du.uth, Sioux City
Winnlpag $44.98
St. Louis $60.00
Ch.eae>o $04.00
Toronto -  $78.50
Ottawa  $82.68
Montreal  $84.00
St. John's $94.00
Halifax  $101.80
Tickets on Sale July 3, 4,5,
August 8, 9,10, Sept. II, 12, 13
FII.ST-fll.ASS 1IOIIN.1 TRIP
im DAVS' LIMIT
Corresponding   mluetinnH  fro...  nil
Knot, v iininlH.   Tli'kcla i.Vilili,..].> Inr
bilk,' It.,',..,'. 1.1,'l.lili.ia Meals ..nil Hi'l'lln,
on bike alenroew. Tl.rnuah raiea ,pinh>il
.„ ,„.v Hti.tii,,. Ontario, cjn„i,.-,-, m- .Mini
I.....- I-rnvlni'i'. l|'l l.|)pl|poI|on.
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tt CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH 7VEARS OLD
XX IN WOOD
fl KING GEORGE IV. SCOTCH 10 VEARS OLD
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I). C. I.. Scotch 12 Years Old
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|| R. P. Rithel & Co., Limited
SOLE   AGENTS
Victoria, llritish Columbia
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I   FISHING TACKLE    That Will Catch Fish    FISHING TACKLE
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRI-ll ROO. Proprietor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prosoectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment ol Fishing Tackle suitable
for the District in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Big- Game Heads, and Souvenirs of The Great West.
A Sl'ORF. WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL  KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS    -    ELKO, B. C.
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DEZALL BROTHERS
j BLACKSMITHS AXH \\... II.\V..I1KI-'.I!S t
I    llieyi-le llepairs al.vavs In slock.    Miu'liinos lor.putting, on Buggy    {
llulibor Tyres, will, tyros'always oil hand
WAOONS,  CAHItlAUISS   AND   IMI'I.KMKNTN
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B. C. Livery and Feed Stables   i
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DAN McDONAI.I),   PROPRIETOR.     CRANHROOK:, It. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
The Manitoba Is centrally loea led and has iltlio.liostdlnlngm
111 the city.   Tl.e )>...' Is supplied will. Ibe I'i'xl nf l.ii|l.nis ami l'l
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READ THE HERALD
B. J. COVLE
A.H.I'. I,
VANcnilVKII
J. Si CARTER
I). P. A ,
NELSON, 1.(1.
When You
Come to the AU'tro-
polls stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rockendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. K.
Station
Si.oo   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
DON'T READ THIS
TlH'/l-'ri'iirb imv Cleaning ih'ocphh
eiinblt's us lo clf-fl.ii mens imnts, Bulla
Ulltl   in-: Ill's,     I.t-Il:v-  .-ml:;  fll]ll   .-lilt In
in Mit-li   ;i    way llial  Ibcy iiosllively
I,ml,   us  gOOll  IIS   IIL'W.
We Jin' experience!) dyers and clenn-
era, l-lierefore, wo do not require lo
Bi'itil iiiiyllilng down ennl pr up west.
KAST KOOTENAY
DYR HOUSE
_!___   .1.   LEASK,  Tailor
W. IT. H.'itlty, Funeral lUiv.-lor
Crnnlironk II. t:. Phone N... hu Till"   Clt i N I1ROIIK
l'ART IV.
"WATER CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION ALT, 18117."
I.  This is to edify   Unit     "The
Cranlirook   Bleotrlo Light Corapaay,
Llmilod," a ..'on.pany duly incorpor-
i.l.-il   .....Ier   ll.e provisions   ol   Ihe
"Companies Act,  1KH7,"   and which
has been registered under the "Power
Companies' RclicI Act, lima," lor the
purpose    nl   exercising   ihe   rights,
powers,   privileges and priorities   in
and l.y    oart   IV.    ol    lhe said    Act
created, granted and conferred,   lias
.submitted its   undertaking   to     Ihf
Lii'nt.'naii't-.loveiuor iu Council,    for
approval, and    Ilia,  the said   undertaking-, as shown hy    lhc documo'ils
and pinna fil.il.   lias been approved,
...id thai  ll.c sa....' is as follows*
'I'lie erection nf   n .la... across   th.
SI    Marys Hive,  in a rocky eaiiynn
about one   mile above    the    railway
l.lliltti- upon which ll.e Canadian I'a.-i-
II.-    Hallway    crosses      lhe      si.
Man's       Itiver.       as      shown     on
H.e        plans     Hint       and       ......list
"ll";  the erection of a   power  house
I" lie   fiiififl   nl .11 close io   ihe
.I...... .he wale,  umler a 3D [licit hc.nl
panning   through   lull.ine wale, wheels
in ll.e power liouse. thenco Hirnugh
tin- tail race mi,, tlie river again; ll.e
erection ol   nil nooos*ir.\  pole lines.
The |.n»-er will I Mllncd to supply
light, heal ami power ehlelly In ll.c
Cilv of Cranhiool, an.l the Jul.ah..
a..is Iheronl; I,, operaic railways,
li.iinwavs, .sawmills ami other imliis.
tries of   any nature or kind, nml   to
eons is generally of lighi. heat or
power in llie foil Steele Mining niv
CHANBHOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF   EAST KOQTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
NOI i1 i
Take notice   tl
siuli ill  Sf ; Hf ■'. ,     11
vised Statutes ol .   aa I.,  I IUI
Canadian Pa. iln     i      .   i
l.s'-f .-•.- .'. .    i\. ising
Take notice lhat l'ctcr Jensen,   ol
Was.., II. C, Prospector, intends   tu  l »"■'.";:.'" .,\"\Z.    a
af.j.iy   for a special     timber license |''       ',    ■      ,:
over lhe lollowing described lands:      .;'  ,,,..iw,»v   ii       i io apply to tli
I.  Commencing   at a post planted !' '
about 2IUI chains south-west ot mouth  ..'"
ul Caribou    Creek, Uience cast   Hill    *™k
chains,     thence     soulh     4U chains,  |""'''
Ihence west lull chains, thence north    !'"
1(1 cliains lo point of commencement, :      .
und    containing lllll   acres, more or    ll''i'
less.
Peter Jensen.
Baled June «, IIIII7. 14-111
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2. Commencing al a post planted
al. lhc south-west enrni-t' of License
No. I, thence east S.I chains, thenco
SOUtll SII chains, Ihenee west KO
chains, the...'.' north KII chains lo
point of commencement, ami contain-1
in.', IIIII jicles, lilnre or less.
Peler Jensen.
Bated Juno 8, 1007. 11 lu
ll.   Commencing    at a pnsl plantod
lit Hie norlh west,    corner ol License
No. I, Ihence wcil si. chnlint, Uienco
uiih su    chains,     ll.eiico   eaat    sn
ebnlns,   Ihenee     north     Ml ehains Iii
....I ot commencement, .iml contiiiii-
g iiiii ncrca, more or less.
Peler Jensen,    j
Dated June 8, 111.17. II lit-,
■I. Commencing at a posl planted
lu chains soulh of south-west corner
if License No. 1, Ihence soulh. KII,
liains,  Ihence west SU chains,  thence:
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north SO     chains,     lhc.ee   east     811
cliaiiis In point ol commencement, and
containing IIM acres, mon, or less.
Peter Jensen.
Haled June 8, 11.07. 14-01*, In
i:\Mllll..,K   LAND  I'lSI UM
DISTRICT OK KOOTEN VY
,l.c nninr    that   Allrcd   llm
(laieway,   ll.
iiiii'...in.., intern!
■:,il    limber lice
ing described In
CltANBIIOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT (it' KOOTENAY
Comment-
'al t a .;...
js I. fori.
.111..' .....I 11
sin., nf Ensl   Knnteiiii\f^^^^^^^__
Elglti   thousand   miner's inches   ..[
waler are to l.e presently taken from
si   Marys River, in   East Kootenay
Dish ,-t; live lliousiiinl minor's inches
of ll.c said elgbl     il.nusai.d miner's
lnel.es sn lo he presently taken stand
already recorded in the name ol   it...
Company, which record is hereby approved and   confirmed,    ami Hit-   iu-
leii,led application of   the   Company
loi- a rin-tlier record of three thousand
miner's inches,   ..ml of   such further
records mil exceeding thirty thousand
iiiches.   from   out of   tbe said   St.
Marys River    according In   the   ,-,- io^jng"'^'''/''^',! 'lands: n___________BI
.p...-1'...cnls of its business   and   ll.e.   Pnnvniencing   a'     '     llost I'm'"™     Dated June mi, 100'
extensions lo> lie suhsc-quent'y under-10ic|,<v (s.t,    chains    nortli   nf   tlio
lalicn     is approved;    provided   lhat   .,71-1 l,-«c-nt    cnriipr   of Timber Limit	
such anproval shall not be construed ..(1 .,K,|.{ rtiimlng east eid.lv (80)'
ns giving H.e Company any absolute „..,.'..., ' (licnco south eighty <s"'
rlghi to such   records   when applied ''
l.  apply   lull, fl   Ilif
pnsl     ,,1.,
__^__^____H________B,  I ""'       |
Take nollcn thai James A. Sleele, Xdus t
ol Craiibrook, B. ('., oecupaliou. |1;^j s'„ (
Timber Cruiser, It.ieiuls lo apply fm- nunl   -..,
special tiiiihci' license   over lhe loi- m. i0]ss
I "
r iiniii .'if
■   half   ...ilium   l\\	
li:.ii.,! llnul
uus,     Iln-
,- snulli  Ml
..     Ilk-Hi
west     H
.;. ,'iiiiot.K  :.
; f i mi -
uu
ul
'
pliv
ll
:
il  of
mn ...
fm-  rl  cliains,    llienei.    west,     eighty    (81.)
.   2!   Ami this is   further to   certifv  c!'"lns'     ""'"I'1'   "",'"'   ''iK'"y     (!1)
tbat  the Co,„„a„v proposes    lo^oni- '"a,i,ls  '"  . ! '",?    '•''■"'■''■'''™.1™,,,:
mence .Is iindciiak-ing hy |hc construction ol a dan. arross the SI
Marys    River      and    lhc    ncccssa,-,,
other wires thereon, for the purpose
of conveying tl.e electrical energy
ereatrtl hv water-wheels at sold .bun
to lhc City nf Cranhrook and its
- '"initv and intervening points.
CRANBROOK   I.AMI  DISTRICT
DISTRICT (it' KOOTENAY
DISTRICT I'
1
:
-
■
;    point     ...
■
iiui
18-01
-     '.   '-:.   DISTVCT
1ST I....11
Little,  oi
.
■-..
■ iif west
ee    SI
h
lllll,     ■      •  •   .
'.M' DISTRII I'
I 11 EAST KOI
Rolierl   Litt!
1 i: Willi....1;  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT  HI-'   EAST   KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
i     .notice   that   I'etei Jensen, of
1.   1'     I' .. • '•"..  Intends In
■    1     limber license
over lhe lo - described lands:
1      -.-■--     it a     post planted 30
nuth-west corner of
' ■■ - ■■   outh -III chains,
II1   chains   thence north
th.  -;  lil.i chains   to
lent, ami coiitaiu-
nr less.
Peter Jensen.
u-et*
010 ., res,
1.1 toil J
CRANBROOK  LAM) DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION nr EAST KOOTENAY
Til;,- .11.'.iff  lift   Lester Clapp.    nl
('..ni, I. Ilnti 1   Keeper, Intends In
.1 1.  .'■'.     ii spei:. : license over   the
fi Hov. :■    di  el - - ■: ..■', Is:
Ci ■    c-Iiie! .it a   post planted   at
.'. I'. It. Posl N.i.  IIM. .,11 east line
l.ol     1593, tl en f  -. -i   SO    cliains.
"i;li mi    chains,    tbenee west     80
-bains,  ihi 80 . hatns to
 : ..fi.:- and contain
-■ '■- .11 :•■-   more 0. iff-.
I    ■     Clapp, Locator,
\ :' nv. rs,  tgent.
Dated June I".   Ill lift
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
T ke not       ••::':•   Little, ol
'ort Si '.' -   . has applied
■   nd carr. away
and:
1
■>,-.I    .,1
License
■:.,-   li...
anil   e
oilin-ining Mil   ni
■its,    ir
iiuc or
,   Take notice
1!
,1.1    \lf:
■ed   Muri
less.
jn.     (i.l.CVi.i.
11.
('..
"ee.	
.liiil.es A. Sic
lie, Lnci
.tor.
| l.ii.i.l.i'1'...a.i.'
inlet
ills    In
.tpplj  for
Dutr
il lhe lill.   day
ol July,
A.  D.
spot-inl    Iiniii
er li>
'ensl!
over Hf
1907.
17-Ot
lowing ilisi-ii
bed
lands:
1    Ciiliinii-lii-iii
a   111 isl
Ida .fled
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
•'<-,   Ant    this is    further In certifv
T)",,Ci!!"';"!*  !"-?':-|-  M*t   lowing described lands:
H.at
''" '"!'■ I'imi'ed."   shall have dnlv
M.lwr.lml   before il commences    tin
nl   l.n.    Ia..l
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       .I'.r.l.   nl   till
Take notice thai .lames    A. Sleele.   Uience  wesi
nf   Crnnlironk,   11. C,     occupation, mi   chains,
Timber Cruiser, intends In apply foi- Ihence snulli
',' a special timber license   ovei- lhe Inl- ('..nimciieemc
Commencing    al a   pnst     planted
igltly (K01 chains north ol lhc       "   '
:?r:.,^s r=* s ««< o?s^r^re
i"    hat Mi       e»  e,"   t,,Vow<,s 28I.H, tbenee     .......ins norlb   eight;
■'Water   n ,'!,„', . ..''>'   ""' (80) ehains, thenco    east eighty (Si.
1807"   iwW,v Cnns?,w»t°" A«t. chains.     U.cnco    soulh   eighty (80
ir.nnn, J,:;..     V'.   "?".. 'h™'*™! chains.     Ihence    west     eighty    (80'
Billed .1..
Alfred Murphy.
"< on,-d,,,iarm.ooi ;:!;:;!;;:■ in'l'r'pni,,, „,
(5.000) share
i3-.^f»ffliSxs i"BM0' ■
1       .'?   .     Tll° rri,nl"'ool<    Eoc-   1907 17-01
"Ic   ...-I.t Company, Limited,'1 fo |„.	
ihe''s,n,'e1'L!!mr,,n ''""'• nr '1"    at,' "WINDFALL"   MINERAL   CLAIM.;
.... same time.   („• an amount   not1 	
HmSuT^'ll       i.^'L""1' ,,,n"lrKl   SITUATE ON MARK   CHEEK.   IN
Hums... 1I1I0 liars  (tlftO mill). ,       TI.IE F0UT   STEELE   MINING-
il.'V ii,   ,,"" ls„. "rtber lo    rcrlifc DIVISION   OF    EAST    KOOTE-
Ihal ll.c lime u'.thin wliieli   the sni,|        v.iv
eap.lal.  yls  Ove thous.ind dollars,  is 	
eit, subscribed is fixed al one vear1   Take   nolicc thai   1. Alfred Doyle,
....   ir ilni,. liensif. a,„|   umt - ,|„,  ,.-,.,.,, mines' Ccrtillcatc, No. H7IU.S.
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT I.l-' KOOTENAY
.1   floleway,    ll.     c . '' n   ....
. f In" h   !  wi.  DISTRICT
- I-RICT OF KOOTEN VY
Robert  Lillle, ot
Steele, IJ has applie.1
cut and ,.,.:.  aw...
■ ■ .   lescribeil
.hinted  le
HANRIIOOK   LAN
DISTRICT HI-' K
tin..- within wii.'cli u„. Si,i,| undcrlnk-'in'tiiid CO days trom lie dale hereof,
c,
year
is iix'-'d    "i".'if.!'r'' i0..'."' r""11''™'.'!'''   i'i "applv irW'Mining lieciirder' tor
.ht
at one      vear   From     thc
liereof.        and ll.e        dale
hv whlcli all of   llu- proposed works
shall he in operation    is Iwo vers
fin... ll.e .l.iIf hereof.
Fred J. Fulton,
Clerk of Hi,- Executive Council
Dated  Ibis 2nd dav of Mac. .    D
1(107. IS II
IHMlllooh  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
A   Steele
Tnle nolicc Ihal  Jnli.es
ol   Cranbrnok,   ll. .'.,
Timber Cruiser, Intends I
a special llinlie   license    i
described land:
a Celifieale nf Improvements for th
purpose rd obtaining a Crown Grant
,,f the above claim.
Ami (111.her take ..nitre Ihal ne-'
tion. under Section -'17, must Im cotu-
menced hetoro ll.e issuance nl such
Ce lilie.itc of liiiproveme.lt.
.Mired D.nie.
Dated  Ihis   7th dav ot May,  A. D
III07. 8-Ot
liUMIUOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
i'.ll olii
■1   Llceast)
Uienco
4<1 chains
1..    tl.ei.ee
-
10    chains
'.
nmence
ment.
"
t Little.
13-Ct
Ml  IH
STRICT
KOOTI
IN AY
Little, ot
-s applied
-rrv away
.:. crlbed
:'H THERN  11
•       post  1'..:.: il    at
cornei    i.f License
, soutii, thence
train      east 1    i'f1 chains
rest lo place
Robert Little.
1.     ■   1 June- 10lh, 1007. 13-Ct
iil Willi..'.K   LAND  DISTRICT
.ISTRICT OF SOI TH EAST K.lO-
'1 ENAY
applv   In,
I   the foi
    ll.lt .1.1
Ctanlui'ol,.    H   C
he Cruiser, Inti-n
leclnl  limlie.   lie.-..-
.lescribed iondi
..I'.i.iiin
pplv  tor
llu- hi
.ink   LA*.
K T of i-;
I',,.,,,,,,,,,,.I,,„     ,   .   „„..,   ., .,   ,    , 'ni\ nm 1 esfi ilieil 1,111,1s:
iv     u          V  if, '  n    w ;,'v ft I   r-ommeneliw al si ,,l.,nl.,l eig
I---1     1,11111,".     ,\l>l     ,| I Tl]     I 111          1       l-'M 1                 ,.tw        \       \. .      .11.         t     .1...     ,.,.,.
liiiins   nml.,   ...     .....  , „■,,,..     , v      s'l    ill,litis unlit,   nl   llie  null
mains   11111.11   nl     llie  no. th west   cor      , r 'I'i,,,!,..,-    t.nnt    \
ne  nt   Iiiuiii    Imn  v.,   "i.'s   11,..,,. Htt'    '"""I    "l I .".'"''     ...tnn    ^
,,„,,.„.      " 1,         ,     . r : ' ,","" I 80.1   Ihenee west elgi.tv (80) chain
Mn
1-f
:l. Iln-
Ihence    so,
llll'l.c si
l.n. II. fid.I
nl I'nmiiii
..HI
(8
si elgi.tv
rlgllty    .sn)
hlv (S.M chain
liains In
.    nml    .
li
lames   \    Sleele   I.i.-illnr.
Doled lhe 17Hi   da) "I -lulv, A   I.
1007. 17-0
CRANDROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Sleele
I   T.it,
IU
1  c
1 win: <  1, wi. DISTRII
DISTRICT OF KOOTEN W,
-     I'.il    \ lli.il    Min
,11        C.       ,,1,-1.1,.,.
ii 1,11.I1   I., applj   I".
fi  license     .1
ii.. il lands:
1  !   1,   lull   imlf
Ih,'
Take nolicc that Jan
nl    lianlunnl.    B   .' .
Tinilie- ('...ise-. Inlemli
11 special limber lie-	
lowing ilfseilied lands:
CommencliiB :,l a pnsl pl.iule.1 elgi.
Iv     (S.n ehains   nortli nt ll.e no.il
inpallon
p.ih  Im
lhe lot
Da
i
-it  .lulv
■ itc
1,1.1
...HI. Im Iv (40) chnlL.,
Il.e.i'e west eight) 18..) chiiins llieiec
mull, i-ii-liii  .8.1) chains, thence ensl
,li.lil.   ISlll chains, ll ce snulli lorty
111.) chains In lhe place ot commence
u.e.1. ami  lallilng lilll ae.es, more
,.l   less. «
James A. ste'le, Locator.
Dated lhe 1711.   dav of July, A. D.
Pin','. 17-Ot
I'll WIIIIOOK   I. WD  IHSTHICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Tale notice Ihal Thomas Young, "I
Crnnbrook, 11 C , occupation, a llm-
lu-l cruiser, ...tends to apply fm a
special I....I.e. license ove the lollowlng desc.ll.eil lands: M
i'o... Itclllg al  a  posl   planled    al   weal  .nine   nl    iiuil..'.   Llm..
ll.c .soiill.-east   corner ot    Lot HSOIl: 2S.HI. Ihenee wenel eighty ISO) chains,        	
tbi-i.ee ninth in    .1 s, ihence wesi, Ihenee   .....Hi    eighty    (80)   chalnn. (DISTRIfr OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
811 chains,   Ihence   nol 111     211 chains, | ll e casl cl.l.lv (80) chains. Iheiie, SOI  llll'.HN  DIMSIIIN
1110 ■  less.     In  Lnl   I7S8,   thence  soulh eiel.lv (80) chains In lhe place  •
e.asl   Dill   chains,   Ihenee    south   llll ot commencement, and containing 010     I i'e n .lue Hi il |-,lpaholh Bradley,
cliaiiis. Ihciiic west 80 chains tu   the lines, more nr less. I11' iiluniu -,   occuiintlon, Lady,     In-
Ja11.es A. Steele, Locator,     tends in ap--ly     Inr   permission    to
Dal.sl lhc 171b   day of July, A. D. ImirH
101)7. 17-(lt.l..n:l: ^^^^^^^^^
('iiniii. ..ei...- iil ii post iilaiilcd ai
the sntiHi east comer of T. Crahan's
luml, Ihenee wesi :!.i eliains, tlience
soulh :io cliains. iliin-e ensl lo Ell.
Hive, .'.,'iiof norlh along Ell; river
In poinl of commencement, and con-
occupation,, twining 7" aefes, more or less.
"-"..^m^— Eliznliclli Bradley, Locator
Mind Murphy.
li.ni. ism
T KOOT
I I j I.
:.\'.\v
tai
ICT
si.,:.-
■■.::--: Murphy, of
lam's
-:■
r the
. Prospector,   in-
.  .        ii..l  timber
■      .' .   lescribed
:." >t    planted at
::.. r  ...:  11.   Helm's
rose, ahoul a .piar-
-.-.in:....
Ill DIVI,"
: -r     a .,
f
l:.   ('
. 1   ii! wiiiiuiiK   1. Wi. DISTRICT
-I'
point ol commencement, .....I .'....lain
inc. lilll acres, more or less.
Thomas Young.
Da Inl July III., 1(107. tli-.H-
Take nolicc lhat James    A. Sleele
of   Cranhrook,    11.   C
CRANBIIOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Tale     notice   that   William Edwin | Timber Cruiser, intends to 11pi.lv lor
Stevenson, ol Cranbrook, R. C,    by  .. special timber license   over the lol-
oicupaliuu, a lumber..!!.!.,   intends to lowing described lands:
A   apply   [nr a   special     limber license'   Commencing at a post planted
'        ,„    ,.,„   .,,11,,,,-.„„   ,.,,<„.,.i>_l   ,  ,1 »H(l.....a.,      ,,„.„„r    ...     I.mn
full,nv ine    deserlltcil
CHANBHOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
one mill' 1,..uli ,,( ii,. 1
Houndnrv,     Ihenre    .-..-1
1 Uienco north mi chili. II
mi chains, thenco -.mil. 8(1
I point nf    comment' ment
iainlitg r,lu acres more . ;
Frank 11 . 11
I   Dated June 2.1, I:•..;.
j   CRANHROOK  LAND  D
DISTRICT OF KOOT
1'. ll. P.   ■ .,
casl
I   ' ii.tins,
1  -
DISTRICT OF  EAST  KOO
MH I'lSI UN   DH ISION
10, 1 i-i;
■   ' waiha:. IIOME-
'I LAI' 'ii:.: LATIO.NS.
U :.      1.,:..
ll  ...   British
.   bead .-.
.    yeai- ..
■f.f -|U.U u.
more or Ic.
. I  rsonatlj
tbe di
...   ;..     f .. -ai...
tt least    .. :    idenc.
Per Frank
Dated July .1, um;
Ai'cnt. I   Take
18-01   Angers
mil i.ui (i
sp.'f.
thai
inbre
ver Hk. lollowlng described lands:      tin. nnrlb-west   enrner of James A.l   CHANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT   \"   special   limber    lien
Commeiicing nt    a post planted at Slceh.'s Timber Limit Nn. r..   thence   following descrihod lands:
llu. norfb-west    comer   of Lot 4211, running enst one   hundred and forty
IIroup 1, Kootenay District,     then.'., (140) chains, thenre norlh forty (40)
soulh     00 chains,    ihenee west I III chains, thenco west nne hundred   and    Tale notice that Peter J
chains,    more or   less, to Lot 1758 sixtv (100) chains, tbenee south for- Was,' R. c., occupation, P
Ihenee   lollowlng lhc    western    and Iv (40)   chains, thence   east twenty Intends to npnly [c
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY        I   '''        ^^^_
.  . lion I  Ilir.-.' ami nne In I
„[   Inl   I'llH,  and  1 nl
tnr> (International  llnuuilan
I timber 80 ehains.    Uienco   nori
southern boundary ol Lots 1758   and 120) chains to tbe plnce ot commence- license over thi,   lollowlng ilcscrllKil Ihence east 80 .ha!
401, 1 and 2 lo the place of     com- ment. and containing fl 111 acres, moro lauds: mi cbnins In poinl ol eoi
nieiicenieiit,   containing    tiluuit   500 or lesa. ' j   Commencing  nl    „   post    planled »nd    coiilaiiiiut; fill! ne,
acres, more nr l«s. j James A. Steele, Locator.   Inl I hall a mile riortb-wcsl of Cor- less-
William Edwin Stevenson.       Da leil lhc 17th  duy ol July. A. D. ■ ibon Creek nl the   north-west cor ' Frank Hai
Dated July Mb, 1807. l«-5t* .1907. 17-6t ol my    Timber    License Application     Dated June 20, 1007.
ins.        Pel Mauley II Craig, Age
is-lit     Dated Jul)  1th, 1007.
:          CI           :      -.-.I.: nui
Is    shall     1,   collected   on    ll.e
[.:,!       :
».. output.
,
W.   W.  CORY,
17-51 'Dei
inty of .he Mioislcl nl .he, interior
, ■..   161    .,...:. .     U) ] :   < 1 .-■
mi . ...:.- M0*acres,
more or less.
'.::■! Murphy.
.' ted June 13th, 1307. I5-«1
SBKOOK   LAND DISTRICT
ii ;ii-.:. ;(.:, of kast KOO-
■ . lice that Lester Clapp. ol
■■ '■■. Hotel   Keeper, intends tu
loi     ,.   jiecial license ovec   Um
    :   . nbed lands:
- ■■ ncin- at <■. p, i:. post UM.
ist line Lot 4592, tlitnL-j east &o
s, Uience north 80 chains, Uience
>■; cliains, thence south so
• to point ol tom:n-.*iiC4.-inent,
eon tain ing     040 acres, inuie or
Lester '.'I.-.;jji, Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
'-.I Juno .-'., 1907. 13-61,
CHANBaOOK   LAKD DISTRICT
01 Til DIVISION nl-" EAST KOOTENAY
I .' -■ ,. itice tl      l tei Clapp,   ol
■ i. bi ■ . Hotel i -, Inteu i. to
ippl) : : a spec I . -. ovei tbu
following desi t Is;
Coinini *i«a r. _ .: i ,. post planted cor-
:.. ring on lo V. I'. R. Post 48 on
cast lino     l.ni 4592,  ..li-i.c.: ea,-.l   ho
■ haln i, i!,'... ■■ . .... 80 cliains, thence
...',-■:     80 chains,     thence   ooith «u
point i.f    con.tncncenient,
,d
 Binmg     i.i'j acres, more   oi
Lester Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent,
ed .June 7, 1 £107. n-ut
CRANBROOK   LAN!) DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nol ice Uiat Robert Little, of
l-'t.ri Steele, Prospector, bas api-lir-l
,..i permission to cut and carry away
Umber from tbe following described
land:
Commencing   at a    post     planted
tin,ul one mile west nl 0. S. Kriz/.-
ell's No. 2 License, "Satilh-west
:orrter," thence mi chains wesi, thenca
-ii chains Boulh, Uienco f*n 'bains
;i:,i, thence mi chains north to place
il commencement.
Itiib.it Little.
Located .lune 5th, 1007. U-0t THB URANBItOUK   HKItALl)
♦«
♦ f>
Satisfaction to ALL is
our first consideration
BOYS!      B0Y5!      BOYS!
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,'.
....
, ,i,
D<
|,ON'T send .iway for your Clothing when you
can   get   nice,   bright,   new   goods   here   at
ACTUAL COST.
Every   item   of   Children's  Apparel  included  in
this sale:—
Suits, Shoes, Stockings,
Braces, Collars,
Underwear
ACTUAL COST
in.
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Look at these prices:
BOYS' $3.50 SUIT for
$4.00     "
$5.00     " "
$5.50     " "
$6.00     " "
$7.00     " "
$3.50     " "
["actual cost I
$2.50
$2.75
$3.25
$3.75
$4.25
$5.00
$5.50
You pay us actual cost for these goods, and if you
are not thoroughly satisfied, bring them back and get
your cash.    Can't lose much, can you ?
Our 25 per Cent. Discount Sale
of Men's Clothing is meeting with great success.   Just think of the saving effected by buying
at these prices:—
$28.00 SUIT CAMPBELL'S BEST MAKE at       -       -       $21.00
$26.00
$24.00
$20.00
$18.00
$15.00
$12.50
$19.50
$18.00
$15.00
$13.50
$11.25
$9.35
Iruludd in this Sile are som: of the nobbiest patterns and designs in Men's Fine
Clothing on the market. Every suit in the house, Blacks and Blues excepted, included in the
sale. A man can't lose anything here, either, as we guarantee to satisfy you, or your
money back.
25 per Cent. Reduction
i.n nil
Men's and Women's
Canvas Shoes
Largo Assortment
Men's Shirts
. n,
...,
.',,
•....
■ X
' '♦
,.,,
Regular pries $1.1
SI.To
. SI .'li.
Sale Price, 7." cents
Big Lot
Men's Felt Hats
Regular $1.80 to $3.00 linos
Sale Price, $1.00
50 per Cent. Reduction
on all
Straw and Panama Hats
25 per Cent. Reduction
.... i.n
Men's Fancy Vests and
Duck Trousers
This Sale
closes
Saturday,
July 27
A Largi1 Lot of
Men's Patent Boots
and Oxfords
Regular prion $5.00 ami $0,511
Sale Price, S.'.SO
25 per Cent. Reduction
on uli Broken l.iui-s ot
Ladies' Shoes
A Largo L..I of
Men's Working Boots
Regular $3.00 uud $4.50 lines
Sale Price. '2.00
,,,,
,,,,
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT FOR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
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CIGARS
I have just placed
in stock
I case Marguerite
I " Arabella
I " Tuckett's Club
I " El Bravo
S. J. MIGHTON
Till: TOBACCONIST
BASE BALL
(Continued Irom page nne.)
LOCAL NOTES
IM-ttl
PICKED DP ABOUT THE CITY in
ASK1NO QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
K.I. Fengan, ol Marysville, was
towtl last Tuesday.
13. II. Home lias returned from his
trip io Edmonton.
Mrs. J. T. Williams lias returned
from her trip lo the coast.
Keep on boosting Cranlirook ami
Um district,     it will do you good
V. A. Kolllns and bride are t-xptv.t-
i*il limiie the lirst ol the week
Dr. llarvio was tip from Moyie
eouple ot days the first ot Hie week.
Cranbrook is improving with age,
and her age is not so great alter
all.
Fred Dtimonl has sold his house to
1*:. Shack let on who has taken possession.
1'. Lund and son were in town
Monday ami Tuesday, having driven
up from Wardner.
Mr. and    Mrs. W.     .1. Tosh     loft
Saturday last for     Red Deer,  Alt
where tbey will reside in future.
Tom Young returned last, week
from a trip to ltevelsloke, where hi1
was looking afler some timber in-
leresls.
WANTED—Situation iu an office ol
a store as bookkeeper. Address
"B. R. L," care Herald. IS
Dave Breikt'iiriil^e left   his logging
camps Ions enough lo come to town
last Tuesday    to look after a    lili
liusiiiess.
There is going to he a great crop
of bananas Ihis year. The heavy
rains have proven just right for their
production.
Fred Duffield, watch repairer, at
W. F. Tate's jewelry store, Is enjoy
Ing a. vacation in the stage brush oB
Moose .law.
Mr. Miner, wlio has lhe contract
for painting the scenery in the new
opera house, is doing some most, ar-
t isl ic work.
Mrs. Sainton, of Rosa Una, Wash,
arrive;! in Cranbrook Momlay and will
remain somo time visiting her sister,
Mrs. Lester Clapp.
.Mrs. Robert Main, mother of Rev.
C. 0. Main, arrived in town from
Vancouver on Saturday and will visit-
tin* manse for some time.
F. S. Rossiter and wife are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. 11.
Y. Parker, until Ihey can arrange for
their permanent residence.
If the city authorities will go after
some ot the weetls at tiolh ends of
Baker street they will confer a blessing upon the community.
A. M. Andrews, of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, returned last
Sunday from a vacation trip of two
weeks to Nelson and Spokane.
There will lie a reception of new
members at the morning service in
the Methodist church next Sunday,
when the sacrament of the Lord's
supiier will to administered.  '
Wm. Johnston, clerk in O. T. Rogers grocery emporium, returned home
Tuesday morning after spending his
vacation in Calgary and vicinity.
Paul Jensen, of Yahk, who has been
confined to St. Eugene hospital tlie
past six months, is able to be
around again and hopes to be in a
condition to return home soon.
Fred Tate, who has Ween in the
east the past two years, arrived
home Sunday last on a visit. Mr,
Tate will assist his father a few
weeks during the absence of Mr. Dul-
lleld,
Methodist church, Sunday July
2Rlh. Tin, subject next Sunday
nit*lit a I the Methodist church will
be: "The ('oust raining Love ol
Christ." Visitor.** and those who do
not iil lend any other place of wor
sbip will be heartily welcomed.
Mr. Osment, manager of the Indian
Mead opera house, says: No company
that has over played my house received so many encores or so much
applause as tbe "Pride ol New York
eompany" which will appear in Cranhrook nn Tuesday, July Ail.
Governor Hanson came down from
Wasa for a couple of days this week.
The governor says lhat this annual
provincial einenmpment of tbe mos-
(piilo brigades is being held nt Wasa
jusl now, and that there is tbe larg-
st- attendance in tbe history of llie
organization.
tin Thursday, August the first, the
annua! Methodist Sunday school
picnic will be held. Tbe
management       will he     pleased
to carry all parents and
friends of "lhe children free and visitors nnd others are heartily invited
to join the youngsters in this outing,
Nothing to pay, only bring a good,
bit; lunch basket, and an appetite.
Stnrl at 1 o'clock from the church.
Cnlgary News: "The Girl From
Frisco" was put on last night to a
crowded house. The play Is one of
lhe best of lhe company's repertoire
and furnished unstinted entertainment. It is clean and wholesome
aud (piite up to the high standard of
Lyric plays. There was not, ono suggestive remark or net, the whole cast
was strong nnd there wasn't one
minule of dullness. This eompany
will play at Cranbrook on Tuesday,
July 30.
ial scorer, and Bayard Staples, uni
pile.
THK SCORE
Herald Competition
Hales* Team A.B. II. R
I, McCallum  5     ll    I)
W. II. Wilson 	
M. Miller 	
II. Scot!	
.1. Fallon 	
O. Jorgeiisen 	
N. C. McKlnstry
E. Johnson 	
Battery—McCallum,
Miller.   '
Small's Team
W. Harrington 	
'■ C.  Riiil ..
W.  IVBeck
0. Sutherland . ...
■ lack  Reed  	
• I.  Henderson 	
J. Myers 	
F. R. Anderson 	
W. Burton 	
43   II   11
Battery-Biirloii,    .lack  Reed     aud
Harrington.
n \2A\ fl li 7 S !»    R
Bales' Team  0-3-0 0 il ■'. lt-l-1— 7
SmrfH's    team    ...1-0-1-1 li fl I 0 \~ll
Umplro-Bayard staples, Wyellfle.
 1
 -1
1   II
1    :i
    1      2      1
    1      1      II
   1     2     1
llll   14     7
lorgcnsoii anil
A.B.
11. II
4    :i
2     1
I
2     II
2     1.
2     1
  r,
    !i
 4
 1
1      1
(1     1
.1     1
I    :i
NOTES OF  Tlll-l (I A Ml'.
Much favorable conuni>nt wns lu-nnl
,... uli Ki.l,-K .... tin- .'tiii'if.it manner
... which Umpire Staples lill.il I.is
position ami U.e fii.-i tl.nl il.,' untu,,
was conducted  throughotll   willmi.t. ;i
jangle nr loss of temper In- anyone.
is ample testimony uf liis ability in
litis line.
.lark McCnllum an.l    Webster Bur-
t.in are '..nil. making good records in
III.- |.Holler's Ik.x, Iml ii is Inn hard
.... eilher of them io expect then, tn
l.it.'h a ..ine inning game will, the
little practice that Ihev have. Hut
for live In si\ innings thev nro hi.nl
lo llCll't.
N. c. McKlnstry succeeds in landing on lhe hall as often as any of
them, l.i,I his ring-bones and spavins
generally proven! I.is arriving at first
base in linie fnr ll.e umpire I,, call
llilll  "safe."
".lack" Fulton makes a dandy first
baseman, and as a run-gcttcr he
<><iu..l to ll.e nest.
It's a .'..Id day when Detleclc don'l
lind son..' opportunity ni getting mixed up in a sensational play, whether
lhe game is baseball, hockey
lacrosse .ir basketball, and lie goner
ally succeeds in carrying tbem
through, hut Tuesday night proved
the exception to lhe rule. DcBeck
was planted nt third base wailing
his i-liiiiii'i- tn get home and there
a runner on first. The man on first
started to steal second, thinking Mil
Ier would make no effort to lieail bin
oft with DcBeclc on third, hut Miller
introduced a trick often used in oil.
er places, hut new lo ('ra.ibri.ok. ll,
made n move as if to throw lo second, hut instead sent tlie hall lo
'lorgensen at short stop who
mediately fired il hack to Miller.
Delleck, who thought the hall
cone to second was' caught lictwocn
third and home with Miller on one
side him and .lorgensen and Scott on
tin- other, and between them lie w
retired.
"Tinker" Johnson covered himself
wilh glory hv making two excellent
catcl.es on lilt field.
Gordon Sutherland plays good li
hut had hard Imi', dying' at     second
five times during the game.
.lack Heed, .I. C. Heed, Harrington, .lorgensen, DeHeek and Myers,
are al' heavy hitlers and when they
connect with Hie ball, there is something doing in Ihe outfield il tho bat
does not break. The association
should Import a bunch of "wagon
tongue" huts tor this aggregation.
"Billy" Harrington is sure a dandy
behind Ihe bat and the man who
steals second on him wants to he
sprinter or i.is doom is scaled.
Miller is a good, sternly ball player
and does excellent work behind the
bat.
In tact the hunch are all good and
Cranhrook certainly has a lot ol
cellent   material    tn choose baseball
teams Irom.
NOT SATISFIED
Manager .lames Bales is not
tlrely satislied with the result of the
Herald baseball competition and re
fuses to be convinced that the best
team won, ami in consequence the
following challenge and acceptance
passed between bim ami Manager
Small yesterday:
Cranbrook, fi. C, .lulv 21, 1(107
Mr. E. H. Small,   Manager   of    tli
Successful Nine:
Dear   Sir:    In In-holf   of the team
lh.it. I have the honor to manage   at
lhe lime that wc played for the It
aid prize, I hereby challenge vou   lo
an.iH.er game lo   l.e played on     ll.e
same grounds next Tuesday evening.
Very Truly Yours,
•lames 11...es.
Cranhrook, B. 0., July 21, Hiii7
James Bales,   Esq., Manager of   ll.e
Losing Team:
Hear Sir: Il is will, pleas.ire Ihal  I
accept    your    challenge    for ii  gu.ne
next Tuesday evening,   feeling confident Uml ll.e hoys wl... won Insl Tiles
day will duplicate ll.e act licit time
I have lhe honor lo remain,
Yours Vcrv Truly.
K. II. Small.
This gt.me will .... ilotih'l draw ns
large, if not .. larger crowd, thai, llie
Herald competition, as Intense Inter
est is already manifested in ll.e result.
Tlll-l SCORE
Seventh   match   n'lVod on July HI
between Clerks and Shops,
Clerks
VI. llarriniUon .
W. II. Wilson ...
W. I.aidlnw 	
W. DeBcck 	
N. C. McKlnstry
W. Burton 	
II. J. Binning ...
W. Spenre	
•'   Iltlffleld 	
A.B   II. 11
 4    4    •'
... .1
... 3
... 3
  3
... 3   fl   n
... 4     I     .1
3d io   r
Battery-Burton nnd Harrington.
Shops A.B. 11. II.
E. Johnson 	
Jack Rertt	
R. Sowerby	
J. Bathle	
S. McLean ,.„ i
o    ll
0 0
1 o
I. (1. Reed ...
.. McNeil ....
It. Kiilliincr .
A. Mrl'llolsoi)
3 2 0
11 0 I
:< o o
:. l l
30     7     2
llalleiy—Jack Reed and Johnson.
1 2 3 I r. B 7    It
Clerks   0-1-1-1-1-0-1- r,
Shops  O-O-O-O I .1-1-2— 2
Ulnpln—lames Bates.
Jlgbth   match   played on July 22
ween Towm   and unices.     Called
on account ol rain,
own                             A.B. 11. 11.
It. Anderson   :i
Hurt....
l.nng 	
Miller 	
Mvels  •
Fulton 	
Henderson
Howie 	
Jorgensen .
. 3
II    n
A.11. II II
... :i I ii
.. .1    o    n
20    3    .1
Buttery—Anderson,  'Jorgensen   and
Miller.   '
Illli.'I'S
II   Wilson 	
II. Scott  	
.1. .1. McDonell 	
W. Tunic 	
(I. Sutherland 	
I. Thompson ...» ...
K. McKuv 	
('. McOownn 	
I. .tli-CIUim 	
3
fl I.
I 0
I I
0 0
II .
  2     .1     0
21    :i    2
Battery—McCnllum, McCowan   nml
Wilson.
12 3 1 li   ll
Town  a-4-0-fl-x- il
Ollices  0-0-1-1-0- 2
npire—I. Hates.
Ninlll league match ].
ayed h'
•Iw
•en
1'. 1'. 11. Shops and III.
Towm
Ir.
1...
Shops.
A.B.
II
It
■1. Johnson 	
. ... :i
1
2
lack Reed  	
  3
1
it. Sowerby 	
 :i
1
1
1. l.iilhic 	
  :i
1
1.
s.   Mela'....  	
.. :.
1
1
1. C. Reed 	
 :i
2
1
1. Koltlmcr 	
  3
1
0
1. McNeil 	
 :i
fl
0
\' Mcl'licrsoii 	
  3
1
1
27
0
7
Battery—Recti Bros.
Town
A.B,
11.
It.
•'. R. Anderson 	
. ... 1
2
1
,V. Burton	
  1
a
1
i. tlorgcnsen 	
.... -1
'2
0
.1. Miller 	
... .  1
I
fl
1. Myers 	
.  ... 4
1
.1
1. Fulton 	
   1
I.
0
1. Henderson 	
.... 1
1
1
1. I.owle 	
. ...  1
1
1
W. l.aillg 	
... II
1
0
11.1   11     4
Hattery—Jorgensen and Miller.
Umpire— E. II. Small.
1 2 -l -1 S ll 7   U
,1-c-n-o-o-n-x— ?
,.1-2-0-1-0-0-0— 4
Simps
Tow..
STANDING OF Till-: LEAGUE
a.   &   iJ
u.
Town
.   . 5     :i     1
1
llll
•Inks
 -1     2      1
1       .11117
Shops
.  ,..fi      2      2
1
no
Jtllees
 1     ii     :i
1
mi.
'Tic
gal
HA
ics do nol coniit
tu B.C.
(UI.E
SF.IIAI.I. SCHE
Foil.
wing i.s U.c si-hi-iliih
of   gilllll'tf
slill   1
i h
played:
Wioi-s
vs
Clerks 	
...July
211
Town
vs.
Clerks   .-.	
 lulv
211
Ollices
vs
Shops 	
...lulv
111
Clerks
vs.
Shops 	
... Am.
Town
vs.
Ollices  	
...Aug
li
Shops
vs.
Town 	
. ...Aug
7
Dlllcs
vs
Clerks 	
... Aug
II
Town
vs.
Clerks 	
.. Aug.
12
'lilies
vs.
Shops 	
.. Aug.
14
Clerks
vs
Shops 	
..  Aug.
111
fowl)
vs.
OOices 	
.. Aug.
HI
Shops
vs.
Town 	
..  Aug.
21
Oir.cs
vs
Clerks 	
..Aug.
23
Town
vs.
Clerks  	
...Aug.
2.1
Ollices
vs
Shops 	
♦	
TOO SMA1.I, KI
..  Aug.
28
HEARSE
IH    Tl
IS
CORPSE
New York, July lfl.-Mrs. M. McMahon, tht' bigRest woman iu New
Jersey, died last night. She weighed
alio pounds.
In order to set the corpse out of
Hie bouse it was necessary to remove the window frames and six
inches of Ibe brick wall on either side.
It look twelve men lo carry tbe remains.
No hearse in the eily is lari*e
cnougll to convey the corpse to the
cemetery and a bit-, moving dray wan
pm ployed.
STOCK QUOTATIONS
Reported by    Beale -v  Klwell,  Brokers, Cranbrook, B. 0,
Ifl
17
Sullivan   *,..
Norlb  Slar  	
Internallonnl Coal 	
Nicola Coal       7
It   C.  Amalgamated      H
Caincv  Copper     17|
Crnnbrook Bib-k A Terra Cotte l.imi
Sales:—5000   Sullivan,  3000    Ninth
Stan, ROO liilftnalional Coal.
WANTED -Posilion   bv mi-ehniilcnl
engineer In   superintend construction
uf mill buildings ami Install maibln-
erv. Flrsl .-lass references. Apply
lo llcrnld ofllcc. I.l If
moro corillnl,
DO  YOU LOVE MUSIC?
Mini* -   iiniHi.iil limlrill I '   l( m.i,
tli.-|>')|.<)KOI.AlH i-i-i "Inn yon w      li
k pliived willi U.-iikcu iiIiiiih, nml litii-lnu
i Hliiiilni' ii til Ion Tin* imM'KfiM !■-•■■ a
tm-n-i, luirp-llkii i  nml in emlnrtwil l.y
I*-ji->tiiifaf iiii.Mfimis I'Vfi vw lii'li*.
Tin  |lll|.t'i:il|.,  [h  ll.c.-iiKt-Hi  ii.Hhm ,t
inItmrn li,* nnil-   li Ih ieuli.nl locarry,
Ali'-iil" n-iililnl.    I Lllllll.
I'm-  mull.-i   |inrtlt'iil'irn nppl,v  In Muh,
Hisi.nl>. rniiiln.i..k.ticii.'ii.l An..ni fni'11 C.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
:i "STEWARTS"
Tlie l.i'iiilini> l-'riiil Slow
llliilm
init'l'U'lTT   1-tiAKH.   I'KAII
I'l.HMS, IJ.IKl.limS, Al I'
IIAXl'IIKItlllKS
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.1UIIIMIIK.IS
STKWAllT'S FINK rlllll'HI.ATI-lM
IIAZI.KWllllli ICHI'ltKAM
HUGH STEWART
Phono 75     •     Armstrong Avw
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