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Array Leglaluiiiu Assembly
Auril 21 I!
JOB PRINTING
We are well equipped tu
lorn out the btit cleil
ol work.
THE CRAiN BROOK HERALD1
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME 15
«?ttA.N BROOK.   BUITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1913
NO. 37
SEPTEMBER SESSION
of cm conn
NUISANCE)    GROUNDS    TO HI J
CEIVE      ATTENTION     OP
HOARD OF   WORKS AN'I)
OFFENDERS PROSECUTED,
UT
NEW WAYSIDE     INN WITH OAR
ACIE, TENNIS COURTS AND
BOWLING (ihi:i:n
ATTACHED,
The city council met in ickiiUu hcs-
Kiflii on Momtay aftcimaiii nt 2 p.in.
Hie (ollmiinx Mni! present: Mayor
Howness, City Clerk T. M. Roberts,
City Engineer F. O'llara anil Alilei--
men Erickson, Leask, Wanl, Clapp,
Carr ami Kennedy.
Mr. C. T. Davis, proprietor of the
Cranbrook steam Laundry, was pie-
sent and asked for a Hat rate for
water to lie used at thc laundry. The
cily engineer was instructed to install a meter a( the laundry anil
measure tlie water for two weeks tor
the purpose ol establishing a basis
for a rata?.
A communication from the Catholic
school trustees asking for privilege
to connect witli water and sewer was
read. The mayor and city clerk were
instructed to enter into a contract
with the trustees for the said connections tinder tlie usual conditions
for extensions outside thc city limits.
The finance committee reported the
following bills accepted and they
were ordered paid:
Arnold and Roberts     22.50
B. C. Livery      3.25
Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.     ...     1.70
Burroughs Welcome and Co. ...   38.26
B. C. Gazette      5.00
Burns, P. and Co      2.15
City Clerk sundries     21.95
City Transfer and   Warehouse
Co    80.00
Cranbrook Sash and Door Co.
Ltd    10.13
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co    32.50
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.,
Ltd    1.S0
City engineer's payroll  1085.85
Cranbrook Electric Light Co.,
Ltd  182.80
City officials payroll  370.00
Cranbrook Trading Co.,   Ltd.      .75
Derail, Frank,    16.95
Fire department payroll     260.00
Herald Publishing Co., Ltd...   12.05
Kootenay Telephone Lines    ...   17.85
Liiklicoatt and Waller (Certilieate No. 3)  2265.50
Manning, Ira R    30.70
McBride, .1. D    15.50
Patmore Bros     18.75
Park, Wm. and Co    10.50
Police   department payroll   ... 395.00
Parrett, T. N 75
Parks, F. and Co    23.52
Prospector Publishing Co    76.75
Quain Eleclnic Co., Ltd      5.20
School board orders  1861.03
School board orders   633.30
Hvslop, Mrs. .1    18.00
Ward and Harris      9.65
Wilson, P. E    5n on
SEWERAGE.
City engineer's payroll . .1111.70
City Transfer nnd   Warehouse
fo    38.55
McBride, .1. I) ,   28.81
l>arks, F. and Co    11.00
Total  H,<M.M
The report ol the city engineer was
read and accepted.
A resolution was passed asking the
chief of police to comply with foriuet
instructions regarding the cheeking of
the city lights and submitting a report cacti month.
The board of works WOW given in-
Htructions lo look alter llie city
nuisance ground nnd make such cliai,-
ges ns would insure lhe relusv from
thc city being dumped on the grounds
ami notify llie. clilcl of police
prosecute those offender! who dumped;
ouusidc ihe   limits   of tire grounds
Signs will lie placed ibowlng teamsters fire exact location ol the
grounds.
Moved by Aldermen Clapp and
Erickson thai tlie city employ ,101111
Choldltch as city auditor (or this
year at a salary of 1200.     Carried.
Moved hy Aldermen Clapp and
Wanl that Bylaw No. 126 entitled
the Bartenders' License Bylaw be recorded.    Carried.
City clerk was instructed to notify
all tlw hotel proprietors and bartenders in Uie city to the effect that thc
bylaw was now in force and that
only licensed bartenders could be employed.
Council adjourned.
The llerald has     jusl received nil-
ihnuiic   Information  that Mr. Pel 1
l.uml, of Wlllilner, II.C, is tna1. 11
extensive plans to convert his residence, at Wai'ilucr, into a wayside inn.
to fill n longfett want of a suitable
stopping place at Ural point. The
plans include an annex, to adjoin lb
rear of his residence fur additional
bedrooms. Ten acres of land adjoining tlte house will lie retained
with the property a'ul converted into
tennis courts and bowling green; also
a garden lo furnish the inn with Ires'
small fruits and vegetables. It is
Mr. Lund's intention to have a s :
bullet in a smoking room, to furnish
lire guests witli refreshments. This
will make an ideal slopping place for
motorists going through the country,
and travellers, and a general sutwmcr
resort. The Herald wishes Mr.
Lund every success in this new project, which   we consider an excelUnl
Those
Lund's
will
lhe
usod.
who        know
Mr. Lund's residence at
Wardner, will appreciate
purpose for which il is lu hi
the iiiagiiilicent bulkling which cosf
with furnishings, approximately S-lli,
mm, should prove alike a mccca   foi
lhe     Weary  traveller 01   those        11
search   nf the flsii    and game, wliici
ate so    plentiful  in     the  in 1h.11.
vicinity.    Automobile ami garage ao
cuniitiiulalions will also la- available
Six additional trains per day were
ravelling over the Crow and although this unexpected task was
tho
well
the
rleil
■vlng
SLIDE SENDS TIM
OVER IHE CROW
MAIN LINK OUT OF COMMISSION
AND SIN TRAINS PER JAY
SENT THROUGH CRAN-
1JROOK.
Prediction lasl week Id tlio effect,
lhat the t'rows N'cst Pass would bit
an alternative main lino was realized
more rapidly than was thought possible ai thai lime. A slid,.* al
Glcnoglo, between Golden and Palii-
BCf, put the main 'ini' out of business
lasl Saturday ami Ibc ("rows Nest
Pass route was put to the test for
several days in an effort to handle
the greatly increased traffic.
some problem and a drain upon
resources of ibe local ollieiais ;i
.is at other divisional points,
whole extra luad was c
without friction, the trains i
smoothly and Uie passengers delivered ,it their various destinations with
oul serious loss of time.
SI* Mi-anii'i's ui'ie busy on I he
Koolenaj and Arrow lakes and th'
traffic there was bandied well.
Hundreds o( travellers, who would
never have seen tbis section nf num
try but for the mishap, wen* dclighi-
ed with ibe wnndeifn] scenic beauty
of Uu* route and the passengers geli*.
orally took their diversion over (ihis
roiUe pleasantly and expressed then
admiration of the capable officials
and their happy trip through wonder
ful mountain scenery.
The slide was cleared on Tuesday
an;! the trains are again running over
the mail) line.
.1. R. MoNabb, general manager of
thi.* Kootenay Telephone Lines, Ltd.,
motored to Kernie on Wednesday lo
meet his wife, who just rotumed
from au extended visit wilh friends
and relatives at Port William, Ont.
The Ladies Aid .Society or Knox
church has secured a booth at the
fair grounds and wilt serve refresh-
'ments during the fair.
GROWS NESI WILL BE
LINKED WITH Ml LI
WILL    BUILD LINK
HOPE TO MIDWAY.
Lethbridge, Alia., Sept. 10.—Hearing out lhe statements nf President
Shaughnessy uf Un* C.P.H. in bis an
nun] report, thai lhe Crows Nest
Pass would In- connected up with the
main line by a link between Hope an,I
Midway, a report has just been received here that Mc.Vnhur Urns., ot
New York, have received ibe contract for thirty-six miles of road
from Hope to the summit of Hope
mountains, the contract price being
$3,0(1(1,1100.
This includes a bridge over the
Fraser river at Hope. Thi* contract
is to be completed by tin* fall of
l!l| I. The. line is already in operation from Midway to Princeion. ll
is believed here, tbat the C.P.R. hi
gained control of the 0 X.R. subsidiary line around the south of lh*
Kootenay lakes whieh will obviate
the necessity of building from Koo-
t'.nay Landing to Nelson.
CONVEN-
This movement is in the interest of
the consumer who has a right to be
sure he is getting what be is paying
for and the directors hope tlie general]
public will show their appreciation of
it.
The attention id the veterinary inspectors of imports was called to the
need of greater vigilance in live fowl
importations, as at the »rwsti several eases have come in light id
disease being transmitted ehroughout
whole district from cheap stock
from points south   of
A. B. Smith returned on Sunday I
from Vancouver, where be represented |
the local Poultry association at the
lafl meet ini; nf lin* directorate of the
B.C. Poultry association. Among [
other husiness accomplished at thc I
convention was tin* drafting ol
strong resolution asking the Domln-j brought aero:
iou   government    to apph  the Food   ihe boundary.
t  to   poultry   and poultry      In addition to     ibe above the gov-
iid compel the marking    o[   trnment grant to winter shows    was
Loieil eggs shipped,into I allocated.    There will this season be
s such, and that where; some seventeen winter poultry shows
Marks
product
all held and
the province ^^^^^^^^^
displayed for sale they shall be distinctly marked, as to whether "cold
storage," "held over stock" or such
other description as shall properly
and surely prevent their being, soki
for fresh or local stock. Also for
stricter legislation to prevent dealers refilling the private cartons ot
local poultrymen and selling them at
the product* of his yards. Also the
appointment as inspectors under the
above act of the provlneia! poultn
experts with power Lo proseitite vh>
latlons nf the act as above or tht
offering for sale of diseased oi oilier-
wise unlit poultry, eitli*'i alive nr
dressed, and especially the selling id
fowls thai have been killed while
containing food in their craw.
WRECKED EXPRESS ON NEW HAVEN ID IN WHICH TWENTY-THREE LIVES WERE LOST
b.-ld In the province, some slight
evidence of tin? strides made in poultry work in recent years.
The provincial show with the large
gran', goes to (irand Forks this
year, and tlw* local association there
and tbe city oi Grand Forks are i-oni-f
bining to show the province and the
whole poultry world that the interior
Of B.C can pull off a poultry SHOW
tit to class with the best.
This is the first time the provincial
show has been held in the upper country and it is up to every poultry as-
soclation and ever)
I'oultt vman     in
the Interloi to gel
bug)  and give the
(irand Forks fsocie
is a  boost         by
sending 'in as mam
entiles    as    pOS-
Bible     Tbe coast i
*. going to Judge
us by this show as
h< oui ability to
handle anothci one
up-counery.    The
Alberta men have i
iromiscd one   and
probably two ears of stuff and we
must hold up our end. Alberta sends
a lot of money to the east for stock
And now is our cliance to prove thai
they can get it in B.C. just as good
and cheaper. The} had their eyes
opened by the eaiload sent lo Edmonton by the provincial association and it only remains to rub that
experience In at Grand Forks. We
have the goods. Let the public
know about it.
Tbe above  illustration shows  what  w;
left of the wooden Pullman ear Kasota, of lhe liar Harbor Express, whose passengers were killed .or maimed after it was crushed into  b\
the White Mountain Express.
I M. C. I NOTES
The following excerpt trom a recent British trade report is interesting as showing tlm standing oi thc
principal British Columbia woods in
the old country: "Tlw most valu-
blc of the various trees of Britisn
Columbia is the Douglas fir. The red
cedar of the province Is now largely
used for furniture and interior decorative work in many of the finest offices in London."
Tho   Inauguration  of  the evening
school will be celebrated hy a social
given hy the ladies or the oily. This
is the first of a series of monibh
Boeials which will Ih* open to all the
ladies and gentlemen of the city, The
best of local talent will assist nil
there will he bowling and pool
matches for the ladies and other
games. Open house will be the order of the day. The subjects to be
taught will be: Mondays and Wednesdays, at 18.80, arithmetic; 20.30k.
correspondence; Tuesdays and Thursdays, lfUO, bookkeeping, 20.30k.
shorthand (Pitman's); Friday, at
20k. First Aid. These classes are
for the men anil youths of the city
ami should In* taken advantage of.
The fees are $6.00 for the term,
which lasts until December 10 Hi and
consists of 28 .lessons of an hour
length. Thc First Aid is free nnd
for that reason should be much appreciated. Mr. Dennett of thc
mechanical department of thcK'.P.K.
is the teacher and is giving his Urn:-
and energy to this that his fellow
citizens itnay reap the benefit. If j
five men wish instruction in a subject we have not advertised, wv will,
endeavor to accommodate them, A
[ class will be started in, lor want of
a bettor name "Woodwork." This
wilt be on the more difficult nnd Intricate work of thc carpenter and if
t'.n wen give in Diolr names It Will
set ii going, The railroad men's-
classes will he intimated in a lotor
edition as arrangements have not
hceti completed,
1 camera club is being formed by
devotees of the art, facilities being
supplied by us for practical Instruction to am flit cuts.
MEETS
PLANS BEING   MADE KOR OMJB
llOCNE-APVERTlKlNO  TKIP
TO SPOKANE PROPOSED.
Meeting of the Cranbrook District'
Automobile association was held at
the committee rooms of the Cranbrook liotcl on last Saturday evening
at 5 o'clock, which was well attend^
ed. J. P. Fink acted as chairman
in the absence of the president, Mr.
V. Hyde Baker.
It was proposed to take up immediately the matter of the erection
of a club house and a committee was
appointed to go over the proposition
and submit a report to an early
meeting. The association propose
the erection nf a club house on the
banks of one of tne nearby lakes.
They intend to turn tlieir selected
into a general picnic grounds
swings, swimming apparatus,
etc. A fine automobile roadway will
be constructed to the giounds, where
Any information required will be j It is proposed to divert the summer
gladly given hy the staff by ringing! tourist and Sunday picnlcftr.
up phone No, 321, or calling around, j    It was    proposed   that    with tin*
As part of thc winter work, wc
will commenceiour Bible.class at the
end of the mouth, subjects suggested
being "Men oi Steel," as particularly adapted to railroad men, ;'\Vrecks
and Heroes," and "International
Sunday School lessons."
Several new checker boards have
been placed around the room, a new
game has been -.installed for the floor
and the pool table brought up to the
stair to make it more convenient".,
ArratigeiiMnlls are being made     to
have classes opened for ladies,       of  site
which further intimation will be gtv-jwith
en.
completion of tlie road through tn
Spokane that a large party of (Tan
brook automobiles would make the
trip through, earn ing appropriate
banners and possibly a hand to make
a demonstration in Spokane as an
advertisement for Ihe new tourist
highway.
The matter of providing a bonding
company at the boundary line so ai
to do away witb the -trouble of entering ears wjs considered and reported on favorably and the secretary is taking the matter up.
Tbe secretary was Instructed to
write to Mr. McN'cish, of Fernie, in
regard to crossings at Oalloway and
Benedict Siding asking him to have
them repaired in the near future.
Several bad pieces of road in the.
district was brought to the altcn
tion of Mr. -lohn Bcid with the request that he give same his attention.
The matter of affiliation with tho
Dominion association was discussed
and the consensus of opinion seemed
to be favorable to same.
cada;
, tele
Mrs. .1. 13. Davis left on T
for Vancouver, having received
gram stating that Mr. D.iv
was seriously ill. Mr. Daws
went, jm operation for throat Iroiibb
recently.
nnde
BUND CONCERT
The Cranbrook city hand will give
iheir regulm weekly open air concerl as ihe band stand, eouimencin^
,u I |fi p.in Sunday (weather permitting):
.March—Salute to the Flag      .    lhifl
Overture—Mignonette     ., ... Bauman
Waltzes—The Scrapfc   Latterly
Intermezzo—Sllvct Star ... Johnston
Selection—King Dodo	
      Pixley and l.uders
March—Vlgore   Vandetcook
God Save the King.
James Austin, bandmaster.
Fi NOTES
The ladies of Knox church hope to
be able to cater to all comers at the
Fall Fair, whether for full meals, between meal, lunches or fruit and ice
cream, all served up in tire most appetizing manner, and a lunch counter
will be provided at which refreshments may be obtained before and
after regular meal hours in connection with the dining booth.
W. B. McFarlane is providing a
rest room   for   ladies     during both
The Women's Institute will have a
booth showing the post season's
work, in needlework, fancy work,
fruit preserving and cooking and
baking.
Ttie ladie-s of Knox church will
take care of all hungry comers on the
lair grounds and thc management a*k
the public to consider the fact that
these ladies who are donating their
services without private remuneration deserve at least equal consideration with tliat accorded paid stewards in commercial dining hails.
Tka ft. Manning will furnish a
booth and display a fine assortment
ot the goods for which his firm is
noted.
Geotge Powell, Singer Sewing machine agent, will exhibit ar, Heciric
sewing machine attd all tlie latest
accessories to machines
The Kast Kootenay Oreenfeouse will
make A grand displai or flowers,
plants, bulb*, et* , undo the direction of the manager, Q, It   Willis
While British Columbia can proudly claim the largest sawmill plant in
the world—that of the Canadian
Western Lumber   Company, I.muted,
at Fraser Mills—tin* peci of all shin
gle mills is located at Everett, Washing tun, where tbe ('lough-Hartley
Company has increased Its original
capacity from 810,000 shingles per
ten hours to 1,500,000. The plant
consumes 160,000 feet of cedar per
day and gives employment to over
200 skilled workmen.
HORSE RACES AT CRANBROOK FAIR
SEPT. 18 AND 19
Green Harness Race •      $40.00,125.00, $!S.OO
Squaw Pony Race        •      • $10.00, $5.00
Relay Race, I'. miles, two horses per rider, remount
each half mile ■      ■      •      $35.00, $15.00
Pony Half Mile Dash      •      ■      $15.00, $10.00, $5.00 TIIK   UttANBliOOK    HKKAL.O
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\    News of the District    |
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WARDNER | MOVIE
(Special correspondence).
Mr.      Ambrose, manager'     of
the Southern Alberta Hay
Growers' association, and wife,
l-'riiluv eveulug after au extended
acquaintances in town on their way
licunc front a nip io the I'aciiic
coast.
Mr. Tiifiiey, uf Nelson, was in
Wardner mi business this week.
Mr. tt. II. Johnson, ui Creston,
was in town last Wwlnesdaj on
business.
Mr. Lucas, of Toronto, called on
old friends in town this week.
Cost oiluv Inspector Humphreys
ot Calgary, made an ollleial visit in
Wardner !'. <>■ on Thursday last.
.Mr. Lawrence Uumhall,'of Cal-
gar)'i Alberta, arrived in town tm
nn Wednesday night ami is assist in-1;
al   Uie.     Clows    Ne.sl      I'ass Uunher
company's store.
Mis. t\ Dow ami daughter visited
with Iriends here this week, return-
inghonie on Saturday.
Mi. i\ Und returned home on
Eugene hospital stall, Craubrook,
business trip at prairie points,
Mr. hlarlo Lucier, who lias been
visiting for tho past two weeks al
Western cilies, returned to his home
here last Saturday afternoon.
Mis. Flossie Kimball, of ibe Si.
I'.iihcnc hospital stall, Cranbrook,
spent Sunday wilh her parents, Mr.
and .Mis. Peter Lucier.
Mr. George Wclsby, provincial pa-
liei*inant is relieving Chief of Police
Minly in Kernie al present, during
Air. Minly's absence in tbe east, gl-
leniliiig the funeral of his wife.
Mr. Henry La I'oiule came in on
B13 on Tuesday last and is visiting
iu town for a short t Imc.
Alfred Johnson was in Fernie, this
week on business.
Mr. Gen. Powell, of Cranbrook,
was in town this week on business.
Miss .1. HaniBay is assisting th
t'rows Nest ollice staff at present.
Mr. .1. Downey, who has been employed iu Kernie at the Klk Lumber
company's mill, returned to Wardnf
a tew days ago and has accepted a
position wilh the Crows Nest Pass
Lumber company.
m, and Mrs. Ahe Moborg, have
moved from Mr. J. HoUstadt's cottage to the nne formerly occupied by
Mar Won as ;i laundry.
Mrs. Peter Lucier was visiting
with friends in Cranium,'.. last Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Graves ami little son
visited Mrs. Graves at the Si. Ku-
Kcne hospital on Tuesday.
Mr. p. Lund left nn Sunday foi
Spokane, where he will spend a few
dais with relatives'and friends.
Mi Kred Hurgcss was in Galloway
last Tuesday on business.
Mr. H. E. Mnrklc lefl for the eoasl
on Thursday morning, where he. will
spend a couple of weeks with friends.
Mr LawM.n, in Morrissey, has taken over the Wardner hotel and is cant
vasal tig the lown for signatures to a
petition, in order to obtain a licence,
.Mrs Fred Heric and family have
moved Into the house recently occupied by Mr and Mrs. Geo, Sinclair.
Mr. Sinclair and family moved into
the house recently vacated by Mr.
aud Mrs. F.  K. Wiiebt
Mr. ll. Johnson, of Cranbrook, was
iu town last Monday on business,
Tin* mernJbers of the Ladies' Mission
Guild met at the homo of Mrs. Lewis
Lambert last Wednesday afternoon,
and enjoyed loa with her.
Wedding hells arc ringing in Wardner tills week.
Mr. Earlc Lucier leaves this week
to lake charge, of his ranch, which he
purchased n few days ngo near \>l
son.
I» Todd and family who have been
spending the past few weeks with
Mrs. Donahoe, lefl tot Huir home
in Winnipeg last Saturday.
(Special correspondence).
There has been a considerable
amount of excitement here this week
owing tn the rich Hnd that was made
in the wesl drift of Uu* Society .Girl
mine. A foot ot excellent silver
lead ore was discovered iu the west
drift, whicli was one fool wide and
fifteen feet long. The same quality
of uie has been found in the slope
forty fiH'L above the drift, so there is
every probability that the mine will
soon he shipping me in paying quan
lilies again as it has done In the
past. This group of mines was lu
eatcd hy l'. C. Kariell and brothers
somo sixteen years ano and since
then it has been worked continuously, Somo six years ago il was se
cured bj a company, although Mr
Farre!l still holds a controlling iu
terest in the mine. This compnllj
bas shipped some $10,01111 worth nf
uie, and although the oul put nf ih-
mine has varied from time to time,
vel Lbej have ncvcu lust faith in
the projierty, and are now fecliii**,
jubilant over Uu* recent find. Tbis
mine is situated about three and a
half miles from Moyie and there is ;,
good road all the way. At present
there are only aboul eight men employed at the mine, but if this rich
ore continues to be found in paying
quantities, the staff will he increased
immediately.
Mi. John Fitch, our popular merchant, escorted a parly of ladies out
to the Society Girl mine this week.
They were hospitably entertained nt
the cook house, where q delicious dinner was served by the cook, and the
beautiful scenery on the trip was
much appreciated hy the parly.
Mr. Hawthorne, of Nelson, representing 11 wholesale liquor house,
was in lown on Tuesday doing business here.
Mrs. Smith and a number of her
lady friends made a trip to Green
Hay lasl Saturday in search ot
name. They west in a launch and
report" having had a good time.
Mr, Wellon returned from Cranbrook on Wednesday, where be spent
several days in company wilh a
number of young people trom Cranbrook, camping at one of the beauty
spots in that vicinity.
Mrs. Johnson went In Cranbroo1'
{in Tuesday to visit with friends.
The many friends of Mr. Roberts
are pleased to see him home again
after his .serious illness. Mr, Roberts was operated upon for appendicitis in the hospital al ('ran
brook .some ten days ago, but is now
quite recovered and able to go out as
usual.
The Ladies Aid Society of Up
Methodist church will hold another
ice* cream social Ibis week.
"Billy" Atwood, a former resident
of this place spent the week end
visiting his parents here. He is al
present residing at Trail and reports
good limes, in lhat prosperous burg.
Owing to the illness ot Mr. Me
Dougal, superintendent oi the mines,
the issuing of the usual pay day
cheques has besn delayed. Mr. Mc-
Dougal, who has been very ill for
some time, Is at present in lho hospital at Cranbrook for treatment.
Mrs*. Ewing, who has been suffering
from ill health of Into, went In
Cranbrook for treatment this week.
Rev. Mr. Dunham, of the Methodist church, Cranbrook, will bold
divine service here in the church next
Sunday evening at the usual hour.
Mr. Willon, the missionary in charge
here, w.1.1 preach in Cranbrook thai
evening.
A severe storm swept oVor the
lake Monday evening, No damage
was dune.
Mrs. Whitehead and litlle daughter
Snxllo went lo Cranhrook on Wednesday In visit friends, Mrs. Whitehead, who is just recovering from .-
rather serious illness, will secure
medical attendance while there.
Mrs. Feroglia ivent to Cranbrook
on lhe Fiver Tuesday nigh I" to \isit
ber son, who h in the hospital as
a result of a shooting accident.
The Ladies A.id Society of the
Methodist church held a very successful meeting nn Tuesday nighl nl tlie
home of Mrs. Wright. There was a
good attendance and after the business part of the meeting was over a
sumptuous supper was served by the
hostess. The only husiness disposed
of was the making of arrangements
to hold another sale ol ice cream
nexl week, as the former socials hail
proved so successful.
<Spe.
WALDO
i.il correspondence).
T.    Jennings has   gono to Frank1,
Alberta.
Freddie    Wood and   "Hilly" Allan
are now employed by lhe Joyce Lun
inpany at Flagstone,
voyed Into live and ten aero blocks.
These are lo be put on the market
■soon. The slogan of other cities
will soon bo translated by this enterprising lown:  '■Watch Waldo grow."
The vegetable crop around here is ,1
splendid one. Cucumbers, tomatoes,
potatoes, carr Is and cabbages an
prolific.
Dr. Wail, nf Elko, was here on
business , n Monday.
Louis l.uKnnlniiic, teamster, was
badly Injured on Tuesday about the
head, while working foe the Baker
Lumber compntn ■ It seems that
LuKii:',.iic with his learn was mov-
1 Ing grain from one camp to another
j when he observed a bag of grain slip-
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Ross have gone ping oft. Me endeavored to hold it
down io Swift Current. They in on bul unfortuirately It drew him oil
lend spending a tew days motoring on |,]s loa(] rwI h(. fell beneath the
""' ■""""'• I wheel. ■  Dr.   Wall was sont tor, aud
he attended lo his injuries. Mr,
• loe Doss rushed the injured man up
to Elko in his automobile iu time tt
catch the liver lo Cranbrook.
Marry Barton is visiting fiends in
Edmonton.
(i. Wi Wii'taneii, Into engineer al
lho Ross-Saskatoon Lumber company,   went to   work- with McGinn Is
Lord Strathcona to Retire
Lord   Sti^K-cona..
Lord Strathcona has .signified his Intention of resigning the post °f
Canadian High Commissioner, He will retire earl) nexl year, when .ho wijl
have reached his ninety-fourth ycarf
He probably will he succeeded by Honorable Clifford Sifton, ono-filmc
Canadian Minister of lhe Interior.
al  McGilllvray.    Henry Herqvjlst has
gone to lire there.
A, Benson has got a job wilii the
Rock Creek Lumber company al
Elko,     He is grading lumber.
The Rev. C. L. Cowan will preach
ibe third of llie. series of s.'i'inous on
"Christ Under Criticism" on Sunday
evening al 7.30. It is expected that
tlw interest which has been manifested in these sermons will lie sustained.     All welcome.
A daughter was horn to Mr. anl
Mrs. Sbipuiati on Monday. Congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cardiff loft Waldl(
on Tuesday for Cranbrook. They intend residing in that city.
The Rev. J. R. Colqtlhoun, ot
Elko, was u visitor at Mr. and Mrs.
Milne's home lasl Monday.
Mr. I). MeNah and wife are spending a few days iu Calgary.
Mr, -I. Ross is having his sister
from Kansas visit him for 1 holidu.
Miss J. Todhuntcr, of Elko, was a
visitor iu Waldo last week-cm!.
The lint north of the linker l.um
ber company's mills, has been     sin
Russian Ambassador and Mme Bakhmctcff
at the Summer embassy in Newport
NOTICE (IK   1 APPLICATION  FOR
TRANSFER OF LIQUOR
LICENSE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ifhat 30 days after date application
will Iti' made to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for tlio sale of
liquor b) retail in and upon ili<
premises known as the FallB View
Hotel, Marvsvillu, Hritish Columbia,
Irom I. IV. Colburn, to Mrs. Helta
Barclay.
■ I. W. Colburn, bolder of license-,
Mrs. Delta Barclay, applicant for
transfer.
Haled tbis lirst day ol August
1013. 33-lt
The Home Bakery
ROBBRT I'KAMI!, I'lOp.
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, and
Pastries of All Kinds
PHONE H7
Norbury Ave.       Opp,City Hull
RUSSIAN
Tlie
poll, It I
ill  ilOIKII   0
AMBASSADOR. AND
Russian Ambamodoi
, where llie summer
I Ibe (Hani Hate  M
Midi BAKHMETEr-F AT
m
and Mme   llaklinieletl
as si is Mtnatid 	
le 1   MlcllnaloW'lcll  vva    nne ot I III'
THE SUMMER. EMBASSY IN
are taking a pri
uni'iil  part
Tbe eiiit'iialiaaiinl arranged I
<p< ilnnl I'm
NEWPOBT
ill    tlie   sort
y   Mr. and M
nts of Ibe   X
life al
rs. Hath
owport
St
New-
lin-lcla
.(sou.
No Man's Collar
Is oomforttiblu if it doesn't lit
perfectly, Neither is lho collar worn by yniir horse, Wo
hnve been called the "liorao's
Nii'ii'liiint tailor'1 because we
nro90 pnrticiiliir about tho fit
of tiie ]mrno89 w<3 soli. Tlio
better ynu trait your horso
the hotter lie will front you.
(iit Iiis harness here,
W.M.ParUCo.
EVERYTHING FOR THE HORSE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
FRANK DEZALL
Agent fur
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO.'S
MACHINERY, WACONS, ADD REPAIRS
BICYCLES FOR SALE
BICYCLES REPAIRED
CENERAL IBIACKSMITHIKC
Shop FboueSO Ki'aiili'iiei'-IO
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
MACHINERYFOR SALE
I have tlio following machinery fur
sale and in order to clear them out,
olTcr them at llie prices below, which
are about onc-liftli the price that
new machinery would cost:
1 Chandler and Taylor firebox holler, 54"xl8' long. Pressure 80 Mis,
last II. C, Inspection, 48 h.p, Price
loaded on cars nt MeNeillie, near
Creston, • B.C., $175.00.
1 Atlas Return tubular boiler,
5fi"xl*T long. Pressure 80 lbs. last
U. C. inspection, 45 h.p. Price
loaded on cars at MeNeillie, near
Creston, B.C., $175.00.
1 refitted Atlas automatic cut-oft
engine, Il"xl6'! stroke. Price at
Cranbrook, B. C, $200.00.
1 saw husk complete witb top saw
frame and mandrels and saws and
20 feet extension shaft, $250.00.
1 four saw edger with saws. Price
at Cranbrook, $200.00.
1 Hoyt planer and matcher, 24".
Price at Cranbrook, $100.00.
Also a quantity of slatting, etc.
Apply to
THOS.  W. LEASK
Elko, B. C.
WHEN ATTHEFAIR
Tulie time to cull nt the
FALL TERM NOW OPEN
Runiness College Courses,   (iiinninlecil
lnnlruetion.   One  month   free hy liutitiH
jilun.   Booklet free.
RAYMOND V. KELLEY. Principal
Jones Building, North of Tout Ollice
Muinl.7   .        Spokane A2T23
kinds of
Headquarters for a
Repairs
Satisfaction Guarantee!
JOE   MARAPODI
Tho Shoe Specialist
Hotel International
{Iko. LoKnPHK, Proprlwtor
Situated at Kingpgate, B.C., on
the Houmlary Line, in a epot of
rare rcenlc beauty anil the feportis-
umii's paradise.
Headquarters for Comnier.
ciat Men and Tourists
KINGSQATE
B. X
Electric Restorer for Men
Ph OS phono! restores every nerve iu the body
1 to iti proper tension; restores
-■- i<> proper vciiatuu ; rcnori
 il vitality. J'rentaturu d"(ny nml iillsexu
mu.Vt.C1S   a veiled nt once.    Phosphonol wi..
'luice voun 'icwninn.   Price JUabo**,, or two fur
tn.   Mailed to nnv address.  Tbo Se obeli Drug
1 Co,, Bt, Catharines, Out.
For sale at Beattie-Murphy Co., Ui
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
Howard Bt, anil Trent Ave.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN)
A mod or 11 ei|iiippi'il Caff) At moileratti
prices
Kater. f 1.00 anil up pei il.iy
Our bus meets all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
rid mm. [mm
JABOB OOETZ, President
HARRY P. BAER, Secretary
u-u
For Sale
Ono Oxford Kn^'ino, 11 x 11. Price
$850.00, Miiy lie eeon at Hone-
diet Siding, ono milo cast of
Mayook, B, C.
Ono Oxford Saw Carriage, complete with rack feed, il Mucks.
.'I post dogs. Prico $2i50.00 at
Elko, B.C.
One Oxfonl Friction Peed, complete with cable and sheaves and
drive pulleys. Price $180.00, at
at Elko, B. C.
For further particulars apply to
taunak & Johnson, Elku, B. O.
/
I
|     PROFESSIONAL CARDS
I  	
••»■■■■•«■■•'■■■«■■■■
W. F. OURD,
Banister, Solicitor, Etc.
352 Richards St.,
VANCOUVER, B. O.
THOMAS  T.  MECREDY
(Successor to W. I1'. Uinin)
Barrister, Solicitor, and Notary
r. o. llox mu
CRANKItooK, B.C.
HARVEY, McCARTER, MACDONALD
& NISDET
Barristers, Solicitors and
Notaries
Money to Loan
IMPERIAL BANK BUILDING,  ■  CRANBROOK B.C.
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OBoe it KesMsace, Armttrni An,
OFFICE HOURS ;
Forenoons ■ • • - 1.00 to 10.00
Afternoons ■ - - 1.00 to   4,10
Evenings - . « - 7.B0 to   S.St
shinoays - - - - I.SO to   4.SS
CRANBROOK :i    :>    ll    H    B, O.
1   SOCIETY AND CHURCH    I
DIRECTORY !
•■■^■■■■■■aaiMi
Cranbrook     Lodge,
No. 34
A.F. & A. M.
Regular meetings on
the' third   Thursday,
ol every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
F. B. MilCB, W.M.
J. L. Cranston, Sec.
Obesobnt Lohuk No. S;i
KNIOHTS "oT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
Alec. Hurry, C.C.
F. M. Christian, K. of It.AS.
ViHltlng brethren   cordially invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 4]
Meets every Monday
night at New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially iuviud.
.1. II. Tuinlov, (V. M. Harris,
N. O. Sec'y.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS!
• to 12 a.m.
1 to   S p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Ollice in Hanson Block.
CRANBROOK -       -        - B. O
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MATBRNin   IND  QENEBAL  NURSINO
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON,
Phnuo 2511
V. O. Box 815
Matron
Oartlen Ave.
B C. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook aud Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
**********************
J. O. CUMMINGS
IIIKIIHTION ENGINEER
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR
tci°no.,i«8 Cranbrook, B.C.
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LAIDLAW & DE WOLF
Civil and. Mining Enflnceri
Brillsh Columbia Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK
B. C.
W. R. BMttr. rraaral Dlractoa
Cftobruok B.C.
Phone84(1 P.O. Box 685
F. M. ("MCPHERSON
UNDKRTAKER
Norbury Ave., next to City Hal!
Day Phone 233 Night Phone 351
Frank Provenzano
General Merchants
Employment Agents
•     B. C.
PHOUE 144
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. IS.
l.O.O.F.
Meets Arst and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A   cordial reception extended      to
visiting brothers.
Officers July 1st to December 31st.
W. M. Harris, Chief Patriarch
II. White, Scribe.
MAPLE LEAF RKBKKAH LODOE
No. 10.
Meets every second and  fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekahs  cordially Invited.
Sis. Maude Hickenbotharo, N.G.
Sis. Ada llickenbotham, lice. See.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 894S
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday of each month at »
p.m. sharp.
1. Mof.achlan, C.R.
L. Pearron, Sec., Box 618.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Thursday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   citl
rens,
E. Y. Brake, L. Pearron,
Pres. Seo.
Box 618
Visiting memhers cordially wclcom
ed.
W M. Hiii.kk. Diet
Cranbrook Lodge
No. 1019
Mri'ta every aernlid und
fourth VSViluaailaj at*)
ti. in. in Ituval Blark
KaaiKl.tr,' Hull, Unlaw
Btrwt.
It. S. (luaKKTT, tfeu.
ANCIENT    ORDER    OF   FORESTERS.
Pride ol Cranbrook   Circle, No. 153,
Companions ol tne Forest.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Wednesday ot each month at,
eight p.m. slurp.
Mrs. A. Laurie, C. C.
Mrs. A. E. Shaw, Secretary.
P. O. Box «S.
Visiting Companions cordially welcome.
CRANBROOK
P. 0. SOI IM
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulator; uever lalti. Then
pills nre exceed Ini; I y powerful In regulating the
fji/iicraiivf portion of tlio female system. Kefuie
nil cheap imitations. Dr. dt> TM'* are mulct at
*5a |hi\, nr three 'or|10. Mailed lo any address.
Tha Sooboll Drag Co.* H. CMhM-la-** <>ni
For Ml* at UMtlti, Murphy k Co.,
I CHAS. S. PARKER {
Biicemor to r. I. K. 1'KKKV
DRAYINC AND
TRANSFERRING
. ACENTS FOR .
{ THE IMPERIAL OIL CO. f
AND GALT COAL
JO-     _
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LOYAL ORANOE
LODGE, No. 1871
Meets 1st and llralThnrs-
iIuvh nt s p.m. in Koyal
Hlttck Knights of Itolanal
Hall, Baker Street.
FiiHia. W. SffAIK, W.M.
S, L. Wll.l.lAMK, Sal'.
THE CRANBROOK POULTRY ANO KT
8T0CK ASSOCIATION
rrt-Hiilfiit: I'. K. HiH.r-i'AHti
Mit-tH ri'Kuliuly llii'llrnl Prjiliiy »>vuiiiiigti.*'b
lTIDIltll.
Iiifiirniutii.il nn 1'iniltry iiiiilliiH Mii|i|>lni|
Aildritwt tlifSiM-irtiirt,
A. I)i SMITH. Dos BRO
STAR CLEANING:
WORKS
ftnoals amllwl fornnd delivered, i
OcxkI work only.   Prompt   J J
Servico 11
Telephone No. 405 i
P. O. Box 703 ::
Works : Armstrong Avo.    ,' \
U you want satisfaction witb
your washing  tend
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
H|ieclal prieos for family work.
 **********
CRANBROOK-h'ERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE I
Paeeldent I A. II. Smith
Secretary: 8, MacoaWALD
For information regarding lands ',
nii'l   agriculture   anply   to the
Secretary, Oranbrook, B, O.
Meeting—
Every second Wednesday
taaa»>aa>iaaaaa»*»«5
OOOD PONIES FOR SALE.
Cheap. - Apply llerald Ollice.
Phone i8. tt
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Opposite C.P.R. Station
THE    PLACE    TO     ORT    A
QUICK MEAL AW \
OOOD MEAL.
ROOMS iTO HBNT. , TBS   CttANBltOOK    UKKALI)
FALL
SkinSores
When troubled with fall
rashes, eczema, or any skin
disease apply Zam-Buk I
Sitrprliinf how quickly it sales
tho ■matting'and Itlnfiiifl Alia
cum cub, burn,, lores and piles.
Zam-Buk li made from pure her.
balenencel. No animal fats—ns
mineral poliani. rineit healer I
OrrngjUUmni Stem fajrytfato*.
am-Buk
DEFENSE OF
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Nelson, B.C., August, B8nJ, 1013
The Kditui Cninbrook Herald.
Dear Sir:—
I hove, li'en .writ a copy of your
issue uf August 7th. wilh un article
on rhristiiin Science over the signature of the Rev. o. I*:. Kendall, t0
whieh I beg the privilege uf au opportunity to reply.
Our K-evereiid Critic makes a great
claim ol eareful study of .the subject
before commiting himself to paper,
»*th his quoted authorities etc., hut
does' not even seem to be well enough
informed to properly quote the title
text-book by Mrs. Rddy, which is
"Science and Health With Key to
the Scriptures."
The rearrangement of the chapters
in the book was nol made in 1909 as
stated, but years before, and constant revision of passages in the text
made by the author almost up to
the time of her demise, with the object of mailing her meaning clearer,
and not as gratuitously insinuated
by our citic with the object.of throwing "into confusion the references to
page and chapter used by various
writers exposing tlte subtle teachings
of thc book."
There was no necessity to make thc
extend list of extracts from the work,
extended list extracts
Iron. thc work, detached
from their context, to prove
thc teaching of Christian. Science as
In the unreality of matter, which is
admitted.. And no object gained except to try and hold thc teaching up
to ridicule, Tire quotation alone of Uie
ateiewtitic statement ol heing from
page 4ti8 line 9, which is used in our
church services together with its correlative passages from Scripture according to 1 .John ;i: 1 to 3, would
have sufficed.
We do not teach, however,, that
matter is unreal to moral sense hub
(roth the point of view of Absolute
Truth. That matter is a mere subjective state of mortal mind, and that
man and the universe lhat Ciod creat
ed and pronounced good are spiritual]
and not material. '
Even (rom the point of view of phy-'
sical science this teaching is not
quite so foolish as our critic would:
have us believe, as the following quotations will show. Grant. Allen, tlie
well-known author, in the course of
an article on the late Professor Tyn-
dal, thus speaks of matter: "The
charge of materialism could only be
brought against such a man by those
■bjeot materialists who have never
•Jtad a glimpse of the profounder lact
that the universe as known to us
consists wholly of Mind and that
matter is a doubtful and uncertain
inference of the human intcllegence."
Professo-r Wilhelm Ostwald of thc
University of l.eipsic, Germany, writes thus of matter: "Matter is a
thing of thought which wc havu
constructed for ourselves rather imperfectly to represent what is permanent in the change of phonomenn.1'
Mr. Huxley writes: "Afler all, what
do wiv know of this tcrrib-ki matter
except as the name for the unknown
hypothetical cause of states of our
own consciousness." Mr. A. ,1. Balfour has stated that "Science hns explained matter until it hns explained
it away."
Our critic's misunderstanding of the
teaching of Christian Science cofrnes
from his acceptance of the oarnal
(fleshly-) or mortal man as God's
image and likeness, which he cannot
■be. .lesus taught that God is a
Spirit, and we hold that His creation must be spiritual. How can
sinning mortal man be the image ami
likeness of a God who is Infinite Spirit, and is of "purer eyes than to
behold evil, and canst not look on
iniquity." Hab. 1:13. St. Paul says
—Theyi that are in the flesh cannot
please God, and that flesh and blood
cannot inherit thc kingdom of God.
Also the natural (mortal or carnal)
man receiveth not the things of tho
Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know
them, because they are spiritually
discerned.
I am glad thas it is at least admitted that Christian Science procures
results in healing. This can no longer be readily denied. The "denial
that the theories set forth in this
system are necessary to those results,*' is only the expression of the
personal opinion of one whose whole
article shows a remarkable lack of
understanding of the subject.
I should also like to add that thc
Master himself gave the test of the
true believer, or christian,—that he
should be able to heal the sick, etc.,
is given in Marti 16: 17, 18. nnd
John 14:12, which we have contemporary history to prove was accepted and practiced by the early
church for about three hundred years,
until the time of Constantine.
Thanking you in anticipation for
your courtesy, I am
Yours truly
Wm. F. Cochrane
Asst. Committee rn Publication for
Hritish Columbia.
A Sill INC LADY
OF
alizc 1,
ir il.-ti
">w much an un-
acts from their
Ii also indlca-
n.iit     Unkept
they
illlOUt
'    Vi'w ladies r<
tidy head of ha
persnir.il appearance
tes   au    undesfrahli
hair simply shows thai  while
may Ih* scrupulously nenl  in
other way,    they an* careless
tlieir hair.
Thin, scraggy, wispy ban g
ly indicates daJudnifl and dand
caused by a germ. \ewbr«>'s Herpicide will eradicate the scale-like accumulation ami keep the scalp as clean
ami healthy us can be. This permits
lhe hair Ut grow natural I j ami lux
uriantly. Thai terrible itching which
kock wilh the dandrun st.ips with
almost  the Hist application,
Substitutes or remedies said to be
E
ufl
"just as good" are sometimes offered bur il is better to buy "the gen-
uine original germ killer, Newbro's
Herpicide." There Is |1(J guesswork
about ihe preparation. \ trial isn't
necessary, just l.-:iy a hotde and use
n. The results are sure in be better
than you expect.
Siwhro's Herpicide in 50c and $1.00
sites is sold by all dealers who guarantee it to do all that is claimed If
you tare not satisfied your money will
be refunded. Applications obtained at
llie hotter barber shops. Send Hk* in
postage fur sample ami hooklei lo
The Herpicide Co . Dept. It., Detroit,
Mich.
Heat tie-Murphy Co., I.hi , Special
Agents.
A doctor iu the country received
one day a letter from an old woman
asking for a botlle of cough mixture
for her husband, ending with the
postscript: "Pleese, sir, don't make
il too strong, as the poor man has
only got one leg."
Felix Diaz to be Candidate for
the Presidency of Mexico
Three Big Days-Sept. 23,24,25
NELSON FRUIT FAIR
tUVENTH
ANNUM
AT NELSON. B. C.
THE EVENT OF THE KOOTENAYS
15
BIG FREE ACTS, TWICE DAILY
15
THC BLUCMCS
lull oil ll llaa.a Wiik>
• EC
REX COMEDY CIRCUS
A Might tor Young aad Old
lc*janova
A KairwrwanSenaBtiaiia
WALTER STANTON «. CO.
Claaiailii'li'r, tta.- QlnDl ItataialaT anil thai 1'iaairiiig dm'
TEXai. THC STRONG MAN
III Miirvelloua Ki'iala nf Slri'iiajili
NOCK DNIIUNO
M   C   A. PYRAMID ■UILOCNS
III Living r.vl'Ataiiala
house Races
An.I nlliiT iiiaica,- nil. AHiin liniii
TIIK BATTLE
IN
THK 0L0UD8
SHKCIAI.  KKAT1IRK
'HITT'S FIREWORKS"
Da; ami Night
Aa airawaiti'il at tlio A. Y. P.
THK,
ELEOTRIO
FCKKKN
Blnglt Filav l.ir (la.- Hound Talp on All l.lnaa
A. D. KMORY, I'awlilrllt at. IIOKBTKAI), Hit')' nnal MgT,
I'. 11. Ban IIIIU. Na'laam. II 0.
of President of Mex-
London from Canada
OEUEBAL J'ELIX DIAZ.
"I am now definitely a candidate foi llie office
ieo," General Felix War who recently arrived   in
announced. (
".My fricliils- in Mexico an- working in my liehalf," contlnuod General
Diaz. "Unfortunately al this distance,) myself am nnalile to do much,
but. I am awaiting instructions which may simplify matters. Even if I
am ordered to proceed to Japan it is not't certain that I shall go there.
My action will depend upon coming developments in Mexico."
FARM PROBLEM
OF
Imperial Bank ol Canada
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
RESERVE AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS  -
$10,000,000.00
6,925,000.00
8,100,000.00
D. R. WII.K1E, President.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Morokants
Farmers ami Private Individuals invited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit issued available in any part of
tbe world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT - Speoial attention
given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of $1.00 and
upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit.
I
Cranbrook Branch: If. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
world than tlie rural peasantry of
ISQgtand. France and Helglum. They
have the instincts ot the soil; tin*
ways ol tlu* town are not their ways.
They will work lor an employer all
day, anil cun-ltivau* their own ganl-
i-ns in the evening, They marry
early and bring up sturdy families.
It is (rom this class that the Army,
the Navy, the Post (Wicc and Hail-
way Services are recruited, and it is
from this class that the labour ne-
ld more suitable coiulilions.' Pessary to develop the natural res-
ivdine and feeding of live' OUrcen of the Province shoukl hi
drawn."
Here is what one large employer
of labour says: "Hither bring in the
right kind of white help or take tin1
poll ta* off the Chinese and increase
Huir numbers." Another says: "Kni-
■ploy "Orientals." Others are collin:
fur immigrants with families, while
some suggest institutions to train
young men for ranch ] ilc*.
In the ropart of th,* fourth annual
meeting of the commission of conservation hvld al Ottawa in JaniUM
which has just been issued we ' i <i
tht; following paragraph on Ii.1' s
farm labor problem:
It is doubtful if there is anywhere
in Hie W
for the hrecdin
stock then arc to he found in the interior of British Columbia. Cattle
ranching is made easy by the dry
bracing climate and nutritious grasses. In spite of this, the supply is
not keeping pace with the demand
caused hy the increasing population.
There are thousands of acres of lanil
suitable to sheep breeding and nothing else, ami which should be turned
to profitable account in 'his way.
Dairying, ton, amis encouragement.*
Poultry is nut receiving sufficient at
(ontlOMi although there are scores of
orchnrdists with the popular ten-acre
fruit farm who could very profitably
keep up large flocks between the trees,
The h.*lp problem is a very aggravate one «in Hritish Columbia. Regarding this, the collector for the inter-
or of the Province says:
"Hut It is nol merely nun of the
right stamp who are required here,
but married men with hoys and girls
who can lend a hand in the garden
in the evening, or can pick fruit during the. holidays—boys who can do a
boy's work, girls who can do a girl's
workv-who can help a tired mother
with her sick baby, or enjoy the gambol of thc litlle ones rolling on the
grass, or, if need be, in the.dust or
mud, meanwhile themselves growing
up in'0 grooms and gardeners, domestic helps and nurses, and, of course, matrimony.
"If the authorities would but turn
llieir attention to the immigration ol
thais class, the labor problem of the
Province would he in a lair way to
being solved. Hut until this is done,
there will he the sorry spectacle ol
crowds of men walking the streets of
Vancouver, vainly seeking 'positions,'
while agricultural land is being starved foi 'labour, hut labour of a very
different, sort.
"There is no finer peasantry En Uie
It is thought likely that a large export trade in Hritish Columbia red
cedar poles will tie developed within
the next year or two Telegraph
companies in the Southern Pacific-
stales are already taking large quantities which are being shipped at
Myrtle Point, Green Point Itapi-is,
and elsewhere up the coast. As previously stated, San Krancisco parties
have also contracted for 5,000 poles
to he shipped from Massct, Queen
Charlotte Islands.
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT,
District of South Kast Kootenay.
TAKK NOTIOE that Peter-August
Orenon, of Cranbrook, B.C;, occupation printer, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty chains north and twenty
chains west of thc south-east corner
of Lot flfifiB, Oroup One, Kootenay
district; thence west forty chains,
thence north eighty chains; thence
east forty chains, thenco south eighty chains to point of commencement,
containing three hundred and twcnU
acres, more or less,
Peter August (Irenou. Applicant
prr Alexander Lewis St, Kloi,
Agent.
Dated August Iftlli, 1913. 37-ftt
KAST     KOOTKNAV     LAND    HIS
TRICT.
District of i'ranhiook.
TAKE NOTICE thai Thomas S.
(■ill. of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
Locomotive Engineer, Intends tu apply fur permission to purchase th.
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted "i
Gold Creek aboul ■',] miles casi ol
tin- southeast coiner of I.ol 02(15
hence east 80 chains, thence sum I
ii» chains, thence west 80 chains
lltcnee north lu chains In place oi
comineiieeinenl.
Thomas S. (iill
Dated September Oth. 1013.    87-10
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$500 Cash Prizesfor Better Babies
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A thrilliafc reproduction of this famous
batde with 500 Indians and 200 Soldiers
COMBINATION AUCTION
SALE OF LIVE STOCK ON
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Fireworks Display Every Nifcht
Individual Farm Exhibit Prizes
$20,000 Race Program
Seven Races Daily
Poultry men's Meeting, Wednesday
Dairymen's Meeting Thursday
Broadsword Battleson Horseback
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A Good   Home
is what is dear to every man. A home
is where Peace, Comfort, Contentment,
and Plenty is found. That is tin? reason
men throughout British Columbia, whou
"CranhrooE'' is mentioned think of the
provisions Jos. Brault has made for an
ideal home at the
Canadian Hotel
An Opportunity for a
Reliable Man in
Cranbrook
We have some Gilt Edged Original Prairie Townsites
(not siilwlivisionsi, which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in CRANBROOK as soon as we complete arrangements witii a first-class man, who can follow up inquiries.
We mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will
apply himself can make this a permanent and very profitable position. Apply II. W. McCurdy. "X)2 Temple Build,
ing, Toronto.
Royal Hotel
WM. STEWARD, Prop.
Well Furnished, Steam Heated Rooms
Everything New, Clean and Bright
Best ol Service and Cuisine in our Dining Room
Only White Help Employed
Large, Spacious Parlors and Comfortable Hist
Rooms lor Ladles
All the Comforts of Home.   Family Trade (liven
Special Attention
Billiard Room in Connection
Cranbrook,
B.C.
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Incnrpatr&taal 1H60
HEAD OFFICE  ■  MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $11,500,000        Reserve {12,500,000
H. 8. HOLT, President K, lTpKABE, General Manager
Accounts of Firms, Corporations and haalivialustl solicited,
Out nl town business receives avajry attention.
HAVlNflS DKI'ARTMENT-Uepositr ol 11.00 anal upwards received
ami intairaiat allowcal at current rate.   No formality or aUlay in
withdrawing,
A (ieneral llmaliiiiz Husiness transacted.
Cranbrook Branch : T. B. 0'CONNEl.L, Manager TOE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
ORANBROOK LIERALU
Bt the Hernial   publishing Company,
.1. It. Thompson, Editor and Manage
CRANBUOOK, B.C., September llth, 1913
EDITORIAL NOTES
This is tho last issuu befoto another Fall Fait takes place. We
want, in ask everyone i» tne <tis-
liiet, [or our utvk lo lay asiik- all
local bitterness, memory of i>asi
trlctions ami any,oilier source ol
ilivisioii extant,, ami get out tliem-
selves, and bring all tliey have that
will dn credit i» tho district and
boost fin tho cominunity and the
lown ami fait. Tho fair is nol Uio
property of any one body, it is cftn
sidend by outsiders as representative
of tho district and as nucli is judged
by ilicm. Take a broad view and
exhibit your local patriotism. It is
Uio cily and district ynu will be
holplng.      Play ihe gaum everybody!
As wo go to press lhe news comes
that Harry Thaw bas been deport, d
bolng pushed across the bordei into
New Hampshire, wlterc-hc was arrested Shortly after by .American officials. Willi the merits of his case
now we have no inlerest, .hut. wo feel
certain in his action in pcromptdrilj
ordering ibe deportation of tbis man
(lie Jm'sI sentiment of Canada will
support the niiiiislcr of justice aetins
for tlie minister of the interior . in
dropping Ibis Uom of contention
across tbe fence. In no sense of the
word was he a desirable Immigrant,
the only pity is that he evef'got a
chance In 0,Kiri his mouth or hire
lawyers to represent,him on this
side, a chance that showed us trails
existent in our countrymen, of whieh
Wc have, every reason lo Ih* ashamed
und whicli in our   pride wc thought
we lucked.
"Superior .Judge (llobensky, hearing arguments of Thaw's counsel on
a motion lo discontinue a writ ot
habeas corpus absolutely refused to
entertain the objections of 1 lector
Vend, representing New York. This
was greeted with ;i wild outburst of
cheering by a thousand Canadian
spectators. Thaw, rising, bowed i:
acknowledgment."
The above is a terse newspaper a<
count of what occurred at. Sher
bronke, P.Q., a tow days ago in tb
Thaw case. "A thniisand prop!
cheered, and Thaw, rising, bowed in
acknowledgment." There was a day
when decorum and decency went hand
In hand in lho Canadian courts, but
that time seems to have passed. We
appear to bave degenerated to a
point where our homes of Hritish
law aud justice, stage melodrama
and vaudeville turns. All we require
io complete tin* picture is Evelyn
iVosbftl Thaw in dark, but fashionable attire, doing a "stunt" beside
her husband in lhe dock.
Without furl her fuss this young
crazy person or murderer, or whatever he may be called, should be
picked up hy the scruff of tbe neck
by tbe Canadian officials and dropped
over the international boundary.
■ lust- where he falls and what becomes or him aflerward is no concern of
ours. The thing is to get rid of
him and that quickly, else he will
probably be applying for citizenship
and running for ollice, aud judging
from thi' ovations he is receiving in
Ibe Quebec courts, he will in all likelihood win a seat in the next general
election in the Sberbrooke district—
Toronto Saturday Night.
OUKHN OK NAVAL DISPUTE.
On his return Irom Australia, with
nothing to show lot bis six mouths'
trip hut a big expense account, the
Hon. Oeo. K. Foster triumphantly]
declared, "There is no such controversy in Australia about Ihe proper
way to take part in Imperial Naval
defence as has taken place in Canada,
In saying this lion. Mr- Foster eni-
dently attempted to cast a rcllectiou
upon the Liberal party In Canada.
As a matter of fact he expose,! the
weakness ot the Conservative position.
There is naturally no partisan controversy in Australia with regard to
Imperial defence. At ibe Imperial
conference of lOOD, Australia and
Canada decided on an arrangement by
which each would build certain naval
units as the beginning of their shar
in Imperial defence. The Australian
ministers went home, prepared their
plans, and went straight ahead with
construction. Now thev have a well
defined Australian naval unit, practically completed. Although there,has
been a change of government, there
hns been no change of policv. The
oribinal idea of an Australian naval
unit as part of the Imperial navy has
been loyally adhered to
Tin: Canadian Ministers, aftrr the
conference of IflOO at which this
agreement was made, returned to
Canada and found, the Conservative
leader hnd suddenly abandoned their
aiiieriiienl to Ibe idea of a Canadian
Navy. In the face of this schism the
Laurier government loyally carried
out its agreement, and passed the.
Navnl Hill, of lftfl!) which provided
fur  the    construction  in    Canada of
vessols to eost over eloven million j
dollars. In tin* middle of this was
iutiuded Ibe reciprocity debute which
ended in the defeat of the Liberal
government. At once tbe Cohservat-
[vq partv at the behest of tlieir Nationalist allies abandoned the Canadian share in lhe Imperial agreement
of liltti) and refused tu carry out the
naval policy to which, Canada was
in honour committed,
This is tbe reason why there is no
naval controversy in Australia. This
is why the volte face of the Tories
precipitated the naval controversy
iu Canada.
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LABOR DAY AI BULL HIVER
Hull River witnossed the lirst of its
proposed annual spoils which look
place on Monday, Labor May. The
sports were held on the baseball
ground on the outskirts of tlte town
ami as many as could attend made
the most of the opportunity and an
excellent time was spent, The day
began witb a basehall game in the
morning bet with teams comprising
day und night shifts of tbe mill, tbe
night shift winning by Iti—2.
After lunch the sports came on
and prizes lo the amount of S72.uu
in cash were distributed amongst the
con test ants. Every event teemed
wilh interest, the three-legged race,
the mile* race and the greased pig
race causing no little excitement.
A dance was held in tbe evening,
which made a good finish, to perhaps tbe most delightful day jn lhe
history of thu town,
The general arrangements were carried out 'by a committee of local
gentlemen, refreshments being served
by several ladies of the lown.
Throughout the day the weather
held line and nothing untoward occurred and those wbo bad the arrangements in hand are to he congratulate,! on the manner in which
every tiling went off.
PRIZE WINNERS IN RACKS,
Sack race—Waller Allen, first.
Roys race, 6 to 8 years—Louis
Rounds, lirst; Leslie Stinson, second.
Hoys race, tf to ii years—Robert
Tuck, lirst'; George Hardy, second.
Potato race—Louis Maiming, first,
Tom Wilton, second.
Hoys, race, 12 to lit years—.John
Dougan, first; Harry Dougan, second.
Three - legged race—Rene Mougeau
and Walter Allen, lirst; W, Cannon
and .1. Rallies, second.
Egg race (ladies)—Mrs. Carson,
first; Mrs. Benedict, second.
Thread and Ncedlo Race—Mrs. A.
Ncely, first; Mrs. Sarson, second.
Barrel race, boys—Colin Jones,
lirst; E, Neal, second,
Barrel race (men)—A. Carter,
first; .1. McLean, second.
Afilo race—It. Alongeau, lirst; A.
Singleton, second.
Rail Came—Winners, .Plerson's
team.
({iris rate, 5 to 8 years—I). Slinson. first; M. Haywood, second.
(Jirls race, 8 to 12 years— Cbrisliin.*
Plodden, first; Winona Slinson, second.
Married ladies race—Mrs. A. C.
Neely, first, Mrs. (Ieo. Neely, second.
Ladies Nail . Driving Contest—Mrs.
McNie,     first;     Mrs.   A.   C, Neely,
second.
Tug-of-War—Fidlcr's team.
(J*rcascd Pig Race—L. Roharl.
Satttle, who have lately given ihe
biggest displays in the west, in addition to tin* night display the latest achievements in pyrotechnics will
be seen, namely, fireworks in brood
daylight.
Oilier attractions will he horse racing, rock drilling contest, human pyramid builders, the dog and pony circus, the dancing geese, etc., etc.
Single fare for the round trip will
he in effect on all lines in B.C. between Calgary and Vancouver.
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RIFLE ASSOCIATION
Edward Elwell reports that he
bas just'received word from Captain
Moore of military district No. 11 at
Victoria, lhat the arms and ammunition will go forward by Canadian
Pacific railway the 6th nf September
sn that we should be able to shoo
before many days are over.
Tbe range is al 1 prepared and
target and frame ready to put up at
a moment's notice. The rifles are
the short Koss mark 2 with peep
sights.
Willi ordinary weather we should
have at least a month's good prac
tlce on the range this year.
Every member should not fall to
have his membership card.
Don't wait to he Invited to join
this association. Every man is
wanted as a member, and the sub'
scription, at present, is one dollar.
FORT STEELE
sir Edmorid Anthrobus, Bart.,
who is largely interested in property
around Wasa and Wolf Creek has
been visiting in Steele recently.
Miss Flomyng, (if Torquay, Erig.
wiho bas been visiting Mrs. T. Fenwick, left Thursday for the uoast
where she will spend some lime before returning to her home.
Dr. .1. II. M. Bell was in lown on
the llth.
Dr. Maxwell and family leave on
Friday for tire coast, where tbey
will reside.
Dr. McCallum has already assumed
tbe medical practice vacated by Dr
Maxwell.
It. L, T. (lalbraith was over to
Cranbrook on the llth.
Leask and .Johnson are already
busy getting in their outfit for the
season's operations in tbe timber
around Four Mile Creek.
NELSON FRUIT FAIR
All arrangements are completed for
tho Eleventh Annual Nelson Fruit
Fair at Nelson, September 23rd,
21th and 2,r*th. This year's fair
promises to be a banner one and will
he worth while visiting, a splendid
line of attractions having been booked for the entertainment of the visitors and will be the best ever seen in
the .interior, some fifteen acts having
been procured by tbe management,
A splendid programme of fireworks
bas been contracted for with the welt
known     firm     of   HUt    and Co. of
CONTEST
SEPTEMBER
Fight fans of Cranhrook and vicinity will sec one of the best contests
ever pulled off in the cily on September ltlth.
This boxing contest promoted , by
Bob Nafe will be between "'Joe"
Cvanni, of Great Falls, Montana,
the present holder of the Italian and
Canadian middleweight championships, and Fighting uDick" Marshall, of Fernie, who is out after
both championships.
Tbe fans here have seen both men
in action and are assured of seeing
the best contest ever pulled oil in the
city. Both nun will put thc finishing touches on their training iu
Cranbrook, commencing Monday,
September 15th. Apparently everybody was satisfied with the preliminaries at the last contest and the
promoter assures us that the preliminaries at this contest will be just
as good, iT not better than the last.
Don't forget the date, September
llllh, the last day of the Full Fair.
Scats on sale at Bob's Place, September. 15th, ,
Noted Scottish Chief in America
CAMHaON  Ot IOCHIEI
AND Mtia, COUSIN  MfcS
JOHN C CAMI K>fm
To the Ranchers of South. Fast Kootenay:—
As president of the Farmer's Institute I want to ask everyono in.
terested in, the agricultural future of
our district to place themselves
above considerations of method,
policy or personnel of the Agricultural association, if ynu are at variance with any, of these, and make
tbis Fall Fair your own. We are
those who stand lo win or lose hy
tbe success or non-success of Unfair. Don't let personality keep at home a
single article of agricultural produce
that would shed credit on lhe district.
We have produced creditable displays in lhe past, it is up to us all
lo beat  ihem this year.
The government is sending capable
judges here. Tbey are llkia the spies
senl'into the promised .land, let us
sunt thom back thinking. They will
talk later. Bring out everything
that is good.
A. B. Smith
MARRIED
Miss Annie Wise and Henry Wood
house were married at thc homo of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Brink, in Eugene, Oregon, on August 23rd, They
will make llieir home in Cranbrook.
The bride is well known here.
Miss Mary I. Curry and Mr. N. S
Houston, both of Nelson, were mar
rled in that city on Friday, Augns
2,'ttli, by Uev. 0. W. King. Tlie groom
was a former , resident of this city,
employed as tailor by Niblock and
Barker, and the bride was formerly
teacher In the local schools. Tliey
will reside in Nelson,
Mr. Geo. S. Dietzcr and Miss
Lydia Carson, both of Cranbrook,
were married on. Wednesday, September 3rd; at the Waldorf Hotel Fernie
bv Itev. D. M. Pcrlcy. Tbe young
couple lefl on tbe Flyer for Cranhrook where .Mr. Dietzcr is employed
as a barber.
CHURCH COLUMN
V'ATHOLIC CHURCH.
.Sundays—Low mass at 8.30 a.m.;
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
from 2 to H p.m.; Hosary and Bone-
diction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays nnd holy days of obligation—Masis at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at fi a.m. at the
hospital.
P. Plamondon, O.M.I
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. W. Flson Dnuham, pastor.
Sunday services: The pastor    will
preach at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Morning subject:     "Blocked by
Slide."
Evening subject: "The Travail    of
Strife."
Onward Bible class at 3 p.m.
Special pipe-organ and choral music
at every service,
All are cordially invited.
KNOX PRFSBYTEHIAN CHURCH.
Pastor, Rev. W. 'k\.Thomson.
Morning service, 11 a.m. Studies in
Old Testament Characters: Abel, the
Undeveloped.
S. S. and Bible class, 3 p.m.
Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Christ
in the New Times; The Bihles Challenge.
Anthem, selected,
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. ti. K. Kendall, pastor.
Services 11.00 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Topic of the morning discourse will
in "The Conversion of /.achactis."
In the evening the topic will be:
"Howards for Conquerors—A
Triumph Over Death." The public
are cordially invited.
ADDITIONAL   FAIR   NEWSf
Thi! pri/.e money awarded at fair
will be paid on Saturday, October
Mb.
Tbe Presbyterian Ladies Aid will
have a dining hall ou tbe grounds
and will servo dinner from 12 lo 2
each day.
Catching a greased pig will be one
of the rates with good prizes. .Pork
is high, come early!
The sports programme begins at
1.30 each day.
Thursday, thu 18th inst, autos will
parade in Cranbrook street at 1 p.m.
to tnke pupils to exhibition grounds.
Pupils form up ou school grounds.-
Entry free for pupils attending
' school.
Exhibits must  he in at 10 o'clock
Thursday, as sialyl on entry form-
See our Hue of
Heating Stoves
Two School (llrli. will each
get y2 doz. after dinner
Cups and Saucers next week.
Every smoker calling at our
store between 8 and 10 Saturday night will be handed a
box ol safety matches.
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware and House
Furnishings
CRANBROOK ■ B. C.
TOWN TOPICS
The report of the death at Vancouver of Mr. -I. I*!. Davis has just come
to hand, having occurred on the
10th. Mr. Davis had heen iu the
city until a couple of weeks since
and word had only recently arrived of
his illness. His son .1. E. jr.
(.lack)* was at the coast, ot tlu* time
and Edgar left on today's train.
Much sympathy is felt for the family, as Mr. Davis was at one time
well known in the district and lhe
family has been represented ever
sinee in the community,
F. E, Simpson and wife, of Victoria, arrived in the cily last Monday and are spending a few days
here. Mr. Simpson is an the way to
Minneapolis to attend a meeting of
the Sovereign Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F.
Last Sunday evening a chicken thief
entered W. B. Uardgett's hen house
and made his get-away with a number
of Game chickens and Rhode Island
Reds which Mr. Hardgett had been
keeping in preparation for showing at
the Cranbrook Agricultural Association fair.
Fire broke out last Friday evening
in the wall paper store of Alderman
Ross Carr, on Norbury avenue, and
the building and stock was damaged
to the extent of some hundreds of
dollars. The fire was caused by a
bare electric light wire, and the ceiling was badly burned before the brig
ado arrived. Had thc fire reached
the back room, where paints and oils
were used, there is little doubt but
that the building and the residence
and the livery barn would have been
totally destroyed. Fire extinguishers stopped tbe blaze, hence the small
loss to thc stock which water would
have totally destroyed.
During his visit at the coast A. B,
Smith was interviewed by tlie Live
Stock Commissioner as to tlie opening of a dairy stock sale in Cranbrook. The provincial government
has been bringing dairy stock out
and disposing 0f it by auction in the
coast districts to the great advantage of those desirous of obtaining
such stock, and If there is sufficient
interest in the work to warrant a
shipment into this district it is pun
Imble such will be undertaken. Interested parties would do well to interview the officers of the Farmers'
Institutes us if justified iu doing so
they will take the matter up with
Commissioner Macdonald.
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE      OK     IMPROVE
MENTS,
NOTICE.
II; A: M.. Mask, Montana, Mountain
View, Poormnn, Silver Crown,
Tiger, Uncle Sam Mineral Claims,
situate in the Fort Steele Mining
Division nf Fast Kootenay District.
Where located—Wild Horse Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that James A.
Arnold, Official Administrator of
the estate of .John P. Larson, deceased, Free Miner's Certificate No.
67489B,, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to thc Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of tho above olaims.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced helore tho Issuance of such
Certificate 0f Improvements.
Datfil this 8th day of September,
A.D., lfliS. 37-At
Fashionable Dress Goods
We are now showing the very latest goods
tor both
Evening and Street Wear
CREPES,      SILKS,
in    JACQTJARDS,
SERGES, ETC,
You will be pleased with our showing of
HEAVY COATINGS in Blues, Tans, Greys
and Reds,
Come and see  these     We   are  always
pleased to show goods.
Pictorial
Review
Patterns
Ilalsall & Co.
LADIES', MUSIS', AND CHILMEN'S 0IWITTIIS
Armstrong
Ave.
ATHLETIC SPORTS TO BE PULLED OFF AT CRANBROOK FAIR
SEPTEMBER 18TH AND 18TH
Four baseball teams must compete in ordfr to get llie second
prize. Fifteen days' residence qualification necessary. Tlio preliminary games will be played off on Thursday afternoon and Friday
morning, to suit thc convenience of thc teams as far as possible.
Teams from the cast to be in at about 1 o'clock Thursday and
those from the west about 1 o'clock, thc same day. Finals to lie
played on Friday in the afternoon.
THE PROGRAMME.
First. Seconal.    Third.
Baseball competition    .,.$100.00 S 50.00
Junior baseball. Throe entries to get second
prize    20.0(1 5.00
Log sawing    30.00 15.00
Log chopping    20.00 10.00
Uoys race, 60 yards dash (under 100 lbs).
Medals Gold Silver     Bronze
Hoys race, 75 yards dash, 16 years and under.
Medals    ,.. .Gold Silver     llroiizo
Hammer throw '     8.00 5.00          2.00
Putting shot     8.00 5.00          2.00
Girls race.    Medals    ...Gold Silver     Dronze
Hoys standing broad jump.  Medals    ...Gold Silver     Hronze
Hall mile (open)  ,   15.00 10.00          5.00
100 yards dash (open)     15.00 10.00          5.00
Standing broad jump (men)       8.00 5.00          2.00
Running hop, skip and jump      8.00 D.00          2.00
1-4 mile race      8.00 5.00          2.00
Hoys potato race.    Medals      Gold Silver     Bronze
50 yards sack race.    Hoys, 16 ami under.
Medals  Gold Silver     Hronze
Girls egg and spoon race.    Medals Gold Silvor     Hronze
Boys relay   race, 1-2 mile (4 boys) A medal for each ot the winning team
Five  a side   football   competition.   A medal lor each of the winning team
Running high jump (men)      8.00 5.00          2.00
220 yards Oat race (open)   .   15.00 10.00          5.0(1
Running broad jump     8.00 5.00          2.00
220 yards obstacle race  .   15.00 10.00          5.00
Standing high jump     8.00 5.00          2.00
Pole vault      8.00 5.00          2.00
120 yards hurdle race 10 3J It. hurdle s     8.00 5.00          2.00
Mile race    15.00 10.00          5.00
Girls race, aged 12-16.    Medals       4.00 2.00          1.00
Girls race, 100 yards.    Medals  Gold Silver     Bronze
Nn third prize if 1ms than live en ter.    Entries taken up lo one   hour
lai'fairc tlie event.
A properly arranged lime table for the events will be sold am the Held
on both days of the Fair.
Corporation of the City of
Cranbrook
COURT OF REVISION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a Court ol Revision lor tho purt
pose of revising and correcting tho
Assessment Roll ol the City ol
Cranbrook and tho Cranbrook School
District will be held on Tuesday,
September 30th., 1913, at the hour
of 10.30 a.m. (local time) in tlie Municipal Buildings, Norbury Avenue,
Cranbrook, B.C. Objections to the
said Assessment Roll must be made
in writing, and delivered to tlie Assessor, at least ten (10) days belore
tho sitting of lho Court of Revision.
THOMAS M. ROBERTS,
Assessor.
Cranbrook, B.C.,
August 12th, 1013. ,13-4t
WATER NOTICE
Notice of Application fur tho Approval of Works
Take Notice that Robert Burns Benedict will apply lo the Comptroller
ol Water Rights for the approval ol
tlie plans of the works to Ixi constructed for the utilization ol the Waler Irom Joseph's Prairio Creek,
whicli tbe applicant Is, hy Water Licence No. 151.1, authorized to take,
store, and use for Irrigation pur-
Poses.
Tho plans and particulars required
by subsection (1) ot section 70 of the
"Water Act" as amended have been
filed wiitli the Comptroller of Water
Righto at Victoria and -with the
Water Recorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to the application may
be filed with the Comptroller of Water Blights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria. ...     '
Dated at Cranbrook, B.C., this 28th
day ot August, 1018.
Thomas T. Mecrody,
3Mti. Agent lor Ito Applicant.
***** THE  CRANBROOK   HJCBALD
77U *^Sgg£& Jtew
Tlie Store with a Rajnit utlon
Kootenay's Greatest Drug
and BooK Store
The Beattie-Murphy
Co., Ltd.
Where It Paja to Deail
CRANBROOK, B. 0.
New Style
Waterman
Wo have just rocoivod Uio
now Wiitornmn Holf-filllng
Poiintnin Pen.
Two prixlominnting fea-
turos of this new tyjni lire :
Tho eifootivo siniplicitjof tho
ink filling device, nml tlie
security of the screw lock
cup when currying tlio pen
closed. Pilled from nny ink
well by the mere pressure of
n coin or other device, through
the small slot in the barrel.
Closed by a short, quick turn
of the cap, whereby the pen
and feed are encased in an
air tight security chamber,
Made in short sizeB for
parse, vet, or trousers pocket
and long sizes for general use,
Come in nnd try one.
W. H. Wilson
Jeweler and Optician
A. V.  JoSKH T. .1. Pi,Ills
rhone .1811 I'llilllii 1111
Bos 1 oa
Jones & Doris
Contractors and
Builders
Let Us Quote Vou Prices
Before Vou Build
TOWNTOPIGS
Meet me at Bob's Place.
F. J. Deacon, who lias brcn indisposed for some days, is out again.
Mrs. A. H., Macdonald is visiting
Iriends at Brussels, Ont.
A, J, Miller, of Ta-Ta Crwk was
in tin1 city on Wednesday.
Choice mixed pickles, 10 ot, bottle,
4f»c.—WVrd and Harris.
We want more room for our
plumbing and heating lines. See
our big whitlow.    Patmore Bros.
This WCCh tho Hanson Oar ape re-
reived a ilium shipment nf parts for
llie Ford automobiles,
Miss Mayster will exhibit kwllUng,
croohottlng   and   needlework ol    all
kinds.
Mi. M. E. Collins, Mrs. Collins
nnd Miss 1'nu'lor returned on Sunday
(rom Almonte, Ont.
Fmi Weils returned un Saturday
afternoon from a Bhort business trip
tn tlie coast.
The new automobile road to   Ore
ton is   being   well   patronized      by
Cranbrook autolstB,
Born.-To Mr. nnd Mrs. .1, Wulkley
on Saturday) September Clh, a
•daughter,
A consignment nt M.Oflu (lowering
pots was received by the Kast Kootenay Greenhouse company this week.
Preserving   peaches,    plums, pears
Didn't you know there was
such a thing as a lucky weil-
diiiK ring V ABk your married friends. Or Inquire of
any lucky couple who have
been joined in holy matrimony with a rmn bought at
this store.
We have Ilirni nl nil i,n,','-> nnd in all
Weight! •" "very mm ft luirUnjfer of
(fiKxl  luck,   Coma III" l-ttlli of ynu.
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
CRANBROOK ANO LETHBRIDGE
and crab apples    to arrive Friday.—
Ward and Harris.
Meet me at Bob's Place.
■Oeo. B. Watson and family, ot Fort
Steele, were in the city Monday and
Tuesda;.
Values arc knocked all to pieces
this week by Hill and Son with the
sale ol the Pye stock.
Oeo. K. Henderson and Mrs. Ilcn-
•icrson, of Bull Itlver Falls, were in
the city Wednesday and Thursday.
See our big window for bargains
In Enamelware.—Patmore Bros.
Born.—On September 2nd, at the
Private hospital, (Harden avenue,
Cranbrook, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor, of Yahk, a son.
Fresh corn, cucumbers and ripe
tomatoes at Ward and Harris.
Born.—On September 6th at the
Private hospital, Oarden avenue, to
Mr. and Mrs, J, G. Abbott, of Jaffray, a son.
Mrs. R. S. Logan and son Phillips,
of Calgary, are Cranbrook Visitors
and guests of Mrs. A. Salmon", Oarden avenue.
Miss Bertha Hickenbotham returned on Sunday from Vancouver where
slic has been visiting for the past
month.
Visitors in town looking for a
chance to save money will be wise to
go over the Pye stock at Hill and
Son's.
Alex. Hurry, U. IV Willis aiid
Bert .lolinson returned last Friday
after several days spent listiing at
St. Mary's.
Try a pound of Raxawa tea 35.,
50c. and 60c. at Ward and Harris.
The 'Presbyterian ladies will also
have a booth at which ice cream,
candy anti fruit will be for sale
throughout the fair.
Tbe local poultrymen meet tomorrow evening (Friday). Business:
The delegates report to convention
and final arrangements for handling
llu* poultry at the Fall Fair.
Mrs. J, Hi Scott ami daughter
Winona, of Soiiris, Man., are visiting
in the city this week, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. I,. McDermot.
All our Enamelware is high-
grade goods All going at a big
reduction    Patmore Bros.
Tlie usual Sunday band concert was
given at the band stand in front of
the government building on Sunday
afternoon instead of in tbe evening,
as heretofore.
Jesse II. Jones, popularly known
as Casey Jones, has returned to
Cranbrook after nn absence of many
mooiiH and resumed his old position
with A. L. McDermot to the joy of
loent baseball enthusiasts.
ECONOMY IN BUYING
FURNITURE
ia to consider
Comfort
Durability
and Price
Our aim is to give onr customers
all of these, along with satisfactory
terms of PAYMENT
Cranbrook Co-Operatiye Stores
LlaMlt*
Meet me at Bob's Place.
Stock up with Enamelware
while you can buy at greatly
reduced prices. We are clearing
out all our Enamelware.—Patmore Bros.
Tin*, friends* of Mr. Whitelcy, who
recently underwent an operation ia
St. Eugene .hospital, will be glad to
hear tliat he is doing remarkably
reM.
S. K. Penuefatlier, district master
mechanic, has been confined to his
room witli pneumonia for the last
few days.
Rev. W. K. Dunham had the misfortune to dislorate his shoulder
and break a ligament on Monday
last and is consequently carrying his
arm in a sling.
Jack Davis has nearly recovered
from his operation for ear trouble,
and was expected home from Vancouver, but had to remain owing to his
father's critical condition.
Mr. and Mre. John Shaw have returned from a three weeks' trip    t0
the coast, where they visited all thc
principal    cities   and points of interest.
Mrs. Alex. h. McDermot and
daughter Patricia, Mrs. Chas. Ma-
gec, Masters Oerald and Rohan
Cltue, returned last Saturday from
Vancouver, where tbey had been visiting friends for i he. past two
mouths.
The baseball match between the
Barbers aad the Bartenders was Won
by the former by 38—18. The game
was notorious for bad plays and was
won on the greater length of leg possessed by the barbers.
Eastern department store prices
beaten to a frazzle by Hill and Son's
this wek, another slice heing knocked off prices on Saturday. Don't
Wait!
Colonel ■Oeo. Doherty, of Brewery
Creek, Fort Steele, was in town
through the week, the colonel reports his second crop on the ranch
harvested and his development work
on his claim occupying his attention
at present.
J. R. Thompson, editor sA the
llerald, and wile, left on Tuesday
evening for Edmonton to Attend the
meeting of the Pressmen's Association of Alberta and Eastern B. C
Alex. Emery was in the city today
Irom Sheep Creek. Mr. Emery reports having harvested two heavy
crops of olover this season and oats
so high he lost his horses in them.
Thc rush at Hill and Son's if continued promises to clean things out
in short order, proof positive that
people were getting what they are
after.
H. H, Bourne, of the Imperial
Bank staff, who is on his vacation,
has returned from a short trip to
Spokane.
Bargains in Enamelware at
Patmore Bros. See our big window for bargains.
Owing to his accident Rev. Mr.
Duahom will not be able to take the
service at Moyie on Sunday as announced in the Movie notes.
Airs. F. M. Macpherson and baby
returned last Saturday from a two
months' trip east antra visit with
her parents at Winnipeg. The baby
was sick for a low days after her arrival but is now bettor.
John Laurie journeyed to Maeleod
on Saturday morning, where he met
his wife and family on their return
from Cglgary, ami all returned toge-
ther by the local on Saturday night.
Don It. Ooilkin, who was charged
with theft by the. C.P.R. telegraph
company, was given his preliminary
hearing before Magistrate Hill last
Saturday and bound over to the
county court, which convenes on September 16th. He was released from
joll on bonds.
W. 0. Taylor, C.P.R. fire warden,
while riding on a speeder between
here and Kimberley last Friday, met
with an accident which resulted In
severely spraining his ankle. He
was brought to this city and taken
to the Royal hotel, where he has been
under tlte doctor's care since.
Jack Fletcher, formerly with tha
Fink Mercantile Co. and lately with
I. R. Manning, left on Sunday,
August 29th, to take a position at
Ainsworth, B.C. Jack's cordial
ways will be. missed in the grocery
fraternity in' Cranbrook and the
Herald adds its quota to the good
wishes of his friends for his future
career. ,
A1 meeting of Uie license connnts
sioners was held on Wednesday fore
noon to consider the transfer ot the
Queens hotel license to the new
proprietor and tlie application of N.
Hanson, for a license for the Hanson
(Hill. The first was allowed and
| the sreoad we under at ami waa post-
AUTUMN OPENING
It's Fall!   What Shall I Wear ?   We invite you
and your friends to answer the question here.
Millinery, Suits, Coats, Dresses and
Dress Goods
■■■■■■naaniTHaM
The New Fall Hats are Dreams of Elegance
The hats are stunningly beautiful, with an originality
that has never before been shown. Good things in small
parcels are splendidly exemplified by the small hats, the
richness of which can be explained by the materials of
which they are made. Velvets, Velours and Plushes
enriched with beautiful feather trimmings, artistically
placed, account for their loveliness. Among the new
color effects we find the Tomato Red, Frendh Blue, Nig-
gerhead Brown, as well as Nell Rose, Cerise and Brass.
We extend the invitation to all the people to attend
our autumn opening on Thursday and Friday. September eleventh and twelfth and following days.
Broad displays of fashionable and dress accessories
in which every authentic autumn mode and color is
expressed—also the more staple classes of merchandise
are shown in complete assortments.
We cordially invite you to be our guest
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
poned to    be   considered sixty days
hence.
How would it be to conduct a
"Oet Acquainted Trip" to Cranhrook
during the fair there. There is no
better town in the country and Lethbridge should cultivate its good
friendship. — i-ethbridgc Herald.
It ought to suit everyone concerned.
We strongly approve thc sentiment
and second the proposal.
Mr. W. W. McGregor is again aL
his place in the manager's chair at
J. D. McBride's after being laid up
for some days from a slight accident. It might pay some of the
local chicken cranks to hire a "culled
gentleman" to do their chicken
catching and save doctors' fees.
Mr. Kldricli, who is organist In a
hading Episcopal church in Washington, D.C, presided at the organ at
thc Methodist church on Sunday
evening and gave a recital for three
quarters af an hour at thc close,
bringing out the qualities of the or-1
gan there in splendid style to the
great delight of all present.
I do hereby sell for the sum of
■$150.00 to Chin Soo and Charlie
Man Sing thc place known as Fred's
Coffee House, including all thc fixtures and contents, therein. Signed,
V. O. Hyde. Dated at Cranbrook
September 10th, 1913. 37-lt*
Patmore Bros, have decided to
close out their Kitchen Enamelware and Tinware department,
in order to give them more room
for their Increasing business in
the plumbing and heating lines.
All Kitchen Enamel and Tin.
wares are to be closed out at
once at a big reduction. .See
their big window for bargains.
W. D. Laldlaw left on thc (Iyer
Monday evening for Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where he has accepted a
position with the V. R. MacMillan
Co. as manager of their grocery department. He has sold out most ot
his interests in this city and intends
making his future home,in Saskatoon.
Many friends in this city both of a
business and social acquaintance will
regret tho departure of this estimable family and wish them every
success in their new home.
Dr. Henderson, of Creston, spent
part of Saturday and Sunday here,
tuning brought John Carpenter, who
1 was seriously injured at McNeillie's
tie camp, to tlie hospital here. Carpenter   waa   struck   hy a tie which
jumped thc chute and received g
broken arm, broken leg and several
broken ribs. Dr. Henderson, who
returned to Creston on Sunday afternoon, is a brother of James B. Henderson of this city.
■Mrs. John McKinney, of Arhahee,
Newmills'P.O., Letterkenny, Donegal,
Ireland, has written the secretary of
the Ky. Y.M.C.A. enquiring as to
the whereabouts oi her son, Frank,
who has been in this district for the
last two years, but lias not written
home for some time. He was employed at some of thc lumber camps.
Any information regarding him will
be very thankfully received at the
V.M.C.A. and transmitted to bis
heartbroken mother.
At a meeting of the merchants of
thc city held at the city hall last
Friday evening it was decided to formulate a Retail Merchants' Protective association in connection with
the Dominion Retail Merchants Protective association. Mr. Troshern,
of Toronto, was present and outlined
the plans of thc Dominion organization and their methods of protecting
the merchants who give credit.
Membership in this organization Is
$12 per year. W. J. Atchison was
chosen president pro tern and W. 11.
Wilson secretary pro tern. A canvas
of the local merchants will be made
in the interests of tlie organization.
The purpose of the movement is to
protect the local merchants from bad
debts,and would eliminate credit from
those who will not pay their bills.
The tendency of the move would he
to keep after thc bad accounts and
give more consideration to those who
pay promptly. In this way it is a
move in the right direction.
WANT ADS.
Sr per woral for Aral weak, anal ln par
word faar each neela niter
Sec ■ .lories ami Doris about your
job work. 37
Sn? .Tones and Doris about tliat
house you are going lo build. Phone
386 or 101. 37
KOR SALE.—A lew good dairy
cows, due to freshen this month anal
next.    Apply W. D. Haralgett.       37
FOR SALE—A lew good dairy
cows, due to freshen this month atnal
noil.    Apply W. II. Haralgett.       37
WANTEDI-A general servant.
Apply Mrs. Harold Darling 27
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT.
—A 12 roomed modern house to rent
furnishtxi throughout complete, cen,
trally located and perfect in its appointments. Absolutely tbe best propagation ever offered in this city for
anyone wanting a select private
boarding house. ' Rent moderate.
Phone 280.—Tlte Cranbrook Agency
Co. 37-lt
HORSE FOR SALE.—A good general purposa, horse, weighing MOO
pounds; eight years old, sound, and
suitable for any kind of work; a good
driver. Address II. 11. Maeleod,
Kimberley, B.C. 57-21*
Furnished rooms to rent. Inquire of
Mrs. It. E. Dullam, Hanson Ave.,
city. 36-2t*
WANTED    IMMEDIATELY.-     A
waitress for   the   Canadian Restaurant, eity, Hoi 391, phone 217. 36-2t*
HANTED.—Reliable party to take
small portable sawmill and cut out
aanc and a hall million fl timber intaa
ties and lumber, near Cranbrook.—
I. K. Hrklges, Fort Steele. 36
FOR SALE.-Holatein bull,
dress Hoi "C," Herald office. 35
FOR SALE OR RE.\T.-Urge
warehouse' with Irost proof basement and electric light; very Urge
dry.      Apply Box 3, Herald.     19-tf
TO I.KT.-Exhibition Stalls in the
Main Building on the Agricultural
Exhibition grounds for Sep 18 and 19.
Apply, A.IL Webb, Secretary Agricultural association.
KOR RENT.—Five roomed house,
from September 15th. Apply Mrs.
J. S. Brake. 33
TIE MAKERS WANTED.-Win-
ter's job, 8c. and He. per tie. Write
Geo. W. Slack, Kalispel, Mont. 36-4'
I.O.ST.—Tennis racquet, Hackett
and Alexander make. Reward.
Bring to Herald office. 2d
ROOMS FOR RENT.
.1. S. Brake.
Applv Mrs.
33
Set    ol democrat harness for sale,
almost new.    Apply Herald.        34*
First-class      democrat    lor   sale,
cheap.    Apply Herald. 34-*
Pair
cheap.
ol light bob   sh'ighs lair sale
Apply Herald. 31-'
FOR SALE.—Brown mare, aged
U years; will drive single and
double; also broken lo saddle; guaranteed sound and gentle. Apply Mrs.
K.  I. I>cane, city. 31"
flood set of democrat harness aid
lirst I'liass democrat for sale. Apply
V. lie/all. 21-tl*
Look at This
FOR one month only,
to show- tbe people of
Cranbrook tliat we alo tlie
l#st work in the city, we
will press
Men's Suits for       •        50c
Trousers 25c
Ladies' Suits
Will be pressed for 50c and 75c
Skirts    •      •      25c and 50c
French Dry Cleaning
Ladies'Suits ■ $1.50 and $1.75
" Skirts ■ 50c and 75c
"     Dresses   $1.25 and $1.50
(iooals Called For and Delivored
Cranbrook Steam and
Dry Cleaning Works
Phone 16
P. O. Ha>x li
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ONLY FAULT
DRINK HABIT
Many (iood Men Rohhed of High
Biufneiand Social Standing
hy Drink
Cunt] nt
THK NKAI. IN8TITUTK
in three dfta/H
Box ri9Bt Craohrook, B. 0.    "" THE  OBANBROOK   HERALD
HARVEST IEMLY COMPLETED
EIGHTY PER CENT WITH AVERAGE OF TWENTY BUSHELS
PER ACRE
Edmonton, Uta., Sept. 8.—Fully
SO |iu cent ol il"' wheat 1ms been
cut iii Alberta and Saskatchewan,
according in roports received by the
Edmonton Board ol Trade, the avot-
ago acre yield being botwocn 21) and
21 liuslii'ls. There lias been no frost
to date am i with continued bright
weather the entire crop, Including
barley una! mats, should be harvested
within two weeks. F. T. Fisher,
secretary ol the board ail trade, who
has si'cn :(2 harvests In western Canada, said today thai this year'.!
crops will bo equal lo on) <>f thorn,
Many tarmers In central Alberta, as
well';,s in Hie southern pari ot ihis
anal neighboring provinces aro adding
livestock im.i poultry, ami larare nicas
of virgin lands are being opened in
ciiliivatii.ii. Permits for 3,870 homo-
steaals were issued by tho dominion
i.iuai office in Edmonton during the
first eight months tbis year.   .
King of Belgium
Dines ,Wr. Carnegie
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Port
Steele Assessment District, Province of
British Columbia
I hereby give notice that, on Saturday, the llth day ot October, A. D., 1913, at the hour ol ten o'clock
in the lorenoon, at the Court-house, Oranbrook, B.C., I shall otter for sale at public auction the lands in thc
list hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out tor delinquent taies unpaid by
the said persons on the 31st December, A.I). 1012, and Tor Interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of
advertising said   sale, it the total amount is not sooner paid. '
THE LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
NAME OF PERSON   ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY.
DELINQUENT TAXES,
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8 -2 3
V V  aa
Is?
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KINO ALBERT.
King Viberl ot Belgium gave
dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Carnegie. Mr. and Mrs.
Carnegie were also entertained by
members a,l the Belgian cabinet anal
by various peace societies.
POOL ROOMS
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 8.—WU i •
view to encouraging the>  Red man t'
work and save his earnings, tlie licu-
tenant-govcrnor-ln council,   silling, in
Edmonton, lias passed   an order that
hereafter "no Indian is to.ho permitted i.i enter any pool or billiard room
or bowling alley   iii Uu; province   of
Alberta." It is   also    provided that
any proprietor falling to observe the
order shall be subject to the cancellation of his   licence.   William    Alexander Wilson oi    Edmonton, who has
been appointed pool room license inspector,  is charged  wilh the enforcement of Hie law,  which was enacted
at the lasl session   of the provincial
legislature.   With   pool playing, Intoxicating liipior   and gambling under
the ban, ahonl    lhe only things   left
for Indians is   [arming, trapping and
horse racing, said a member   of   the
free    tribe     in     Kdmoiitoii     today.
"Prohahly    it is   for the   best" lie
added,   "but it \a   spoiling a. lot o(
fun for the younger men."
52.00
68.00
12.24
11.20
8.00
Henderson, (Jeorge E.
British Postmaster
To Tour America
The Right Honorable Herbert
Louis Samuel, thq Hritish Postmaster General, will make a two
months' tout nf t'anada and also will
see New Yank anal Washington.
ENQUIRY INTO THE ROYALTY
ON TIMBER
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Honourable tho Minister of J.ands
will, sit at the following places for
Ihe purpose an" hearing any persons
wlin desire in glvc evidence concern-
*n; lhe royalty am limber cut from
Provincial lands:—
Nelson-Friday, Soplomdor lath.
Cranbrook-.Monday, September 15th,
Sittings will commence at 0.30 a.m.
oocll day at the lonrt-house In each
city- 90-ati.
Hrown, William F Subdivisions 8 and   11 ot Lot
■158!), Group One, Kootenay
District, 202 acres    t 25.20
Oldland, Harry  Subdivision   17 ot    Lot 4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
578.82 acres 	
I'ugli anal Livingston  Subdivision     22 ot   Lot 4589
Group One, Kootenay District,
320 acres	
Hrown, William F Dubalivision 29   ol    Lot 4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1205 acres  ,     72.00
Downs, F., and Hoover Estale Subdivision 31   ot   Lot 4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
227 acres       5.15
Leaccy, William I' Subdivision   34 ot Lot   4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
808.12 acres    	
Huh, Herman Subdivision   40   ot Lot 4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
100 acres 	
Gorrie, Thomas  Subdivision 41    of  Lot 4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1(10 acres	
Douglas, F. I'   Subdivision    II   ol  Lot 4590,
Group One, Kootenay District,
400 acres     47.00
Douglas, P.O., nnd fhnpiuaii, C, at... Subdivision   13   ot   Lot 4590,
Group One, Kootenay District,
210 acres     32.00
.Subdivision 18 o! I.ot 4590,
Group One, Kootenay District,
•151.15 acres  108.80
.Subdivision  19     ol Lot   4590,
j Group One, Kootenay District,
HiO acres 	
I.eask, George H Subdivision   15   ol   Lot 4591,
Group One, Kootenay District,
039,Oil acres 	
Leask, George H .Subdivision   IB   ol Lot   4591,
Group One, Kootenay District,
320.21 acres 	
.Subdivision 10 ot Lot 4591,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1040.25 acres 	
Subdivision 1 of Lot 4592,
Group One, Kootenay District,
7.98 acres         4.00
Subdivision 57 ot Lot 4592,
Group One, Kootenay District,
155.20 acres     24.00
I'ugh and Livingston and the Colum-Subdivisions 2, 5 to 14, Lot
bia & Kootenay Hallway & Nav-357, Group One, Kootenay
igation Company  , District, 1575 acres      392.80
I'ugh and Livingston and thc Colum-Subdivisions 3, 0, 11, 12 aad
bia ali Kootenay Hallway & Nav-13, Lot 300, Oroup One, Koo-
igation Company  tenay District, 800   acres   .... 204.80
Hugh and Livingston and thc Colum-Subdivisions 4 and 5 ol Lot
bia all Kootenay Railway i& Nav-860, Group One, Kootenay
igation Company District, 320 acres     51.20
Townsend,
F.
Hurton, II. A., and Harris, 0, K.
Hilton, Charles .
I.aidiaw, .las. T.
40
30.00
16.00
195.80
1*
llaralsley, George T , Subdivisions   7 and   8 ol Lot
300,     Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 822.24 acres       8.00
Pugh and Livingston and thc Columbia & Kootenay Railway & Navigation Company Subdivisions   10, 14 and 16 ol
I.ot 360,   Group  One, Kootenai- District, 180 acres   179.20
Pugh und Livingston und the Columbia & Kootenny Railway & Navigation Caampuiiy Subdivisions    1 and 8   ot Lot
381,   Oroup    One,    Kootenay
District, 325 acres      01.80
Iloel/el, Mrs. F , and I'ugh and Livingston  Subdivisions     2 to   7 ol   Lot
381, Oroup     One,    Kootenny
District, 88(1 acres   153.60
I'ugh anal Livingston and the Columbia tV Kootenay Railway a Navigation Company Subdivision    0   ol   Lot   361,
Group One, Kooleuay District,
16(1 aires     51.20
Chatlerlon, Mrs. T Subdivisions 10, 11 and 11 ot
I.ot 361,    Oroup   One, Kootenay District, 480 acres    .., ...   25.00
Pugh anal Livingston and llie, Columbia ti Kootenay Railway .v Navigation Company Subdivisions 12 and 13 ot Lot
361,   Oroup   One,    Kootenay
District, 320 acres     70.80
I'ugh and Livingston and ther Columbia at Kootenay Railway, .t Navigation Company   ,,.....  Subdivision    10    ol Lot 361,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres  ,    20.80
Schram, Roy  , Subdivision  7   ol     Lot  354,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     19.20
Cook, c. W ,.. Subdivision 11    ol    Lot 354,
Group One, Kootenay District,
,180 acres     84.00
Haiiibleton, 'John a. , fttibd vision   12    ot   Lot 354,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     64.00
Dabl, Joseph ,   Subdivision     1    ot Lot  355,
Oroup One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     64.00
Downs, F., and Illnes, J. H j  Subdivision    5  ol    Lot  355,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     36.80
Kelly, David I,., Estate ot   ^ Subdivisions 13 to 11 ot Lot
355,   Oram)!   One,    Kootenay
.'        . a      lMstilel, 180 narea ... , .■   45.00
t 1.56      t 2.00     (28.76
5.41
.40
8.70
.47
15.65
31.42
16.38
4.95
12.29
4.10
0.15
1.84
2.2)
2.00       75.44
77.69
7.40
14.85
10.40
53.94
2.00
2.00      119.50
2.00       11.87
34.40
2.00
19.28
2.80     313.25
2.00
6.20
27.20
2.00     426.22
2.00     223.18
2.00       57.30
10.40
2.00     195.53
3.90       68.75
2.00      167.89
i.00       97.30
2.00       29.00
2.00
84.95
2.00       23.85
2,90
2.00       69.20
1.00
69.20
2.00       69.20
40.64
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY.
DELINQUENT TAXES
£« i
3B
Pugh and Livingston .
Kelly, David L., Estate of
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd.
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd.
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd.
2.00
49.25
Kelly, David L., Estate ot  Subdivisions   3 to 6 and 11 to
14, Lot 356, Oroup One, Kootenay District, 1286 acres   ... 153.60
Kelly, David L., Estate ot  Tlie .cast   halt   ot  Lot  358,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1280 acres  153.80
Subdivision   4    of   Lot  358,
Group One, Kootenay District,
206.15 acres  .■   07.30
Subdivision    4 ot     Lot 359,
Group One, Kootenay District, i
160 acres     19,20
Pugh and Livingston  Subdivisions 5, 6, 11 to 10 ol
Lot 359, Group One, Kootenay
District, 1280 acres        ... 384.90
I'ugh and Livingston Subdivisions   7 ami 8 ot Lot
359,   Group    One,   Kootenay
District, 320 acres     18.00
Pugh and Livingston  Lo* 8398, Oroup One, Koote.
nay District, 152 acres      5,00
Pugh and Livingston  Lot 611(1, Group  One, Kootenay District, 11 acres         1.50
Ilroadwood, L Lot 133, Group   One, Koote-a
hay District, 250 acres    12.50
..Lot 4140, Group   One, Kootenay District, 126 acres     8.00
..Lot 4141,   Group One, Kootenay District, 47 acres  ,    3,00
..Lot 6261, Group   One, Kootenay District, 273 acres       16.00
Pugh and Livingston  Lot 7785,   Group One, Kootenay District, 320 acres      8.00
Dllse, Mrs. Jessie and Elstone John.Lot 121,   Oroup   One, Kootenay District, 360 acres      0.00
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd. ...Lot 2244, Group   One,.Kootenay District, 359 acres        08.90
Lamb, Charles  Lot 3370, Group  One, Kootenay District, 161 acres     10.00
I'ugh and Livingston Subdivision    16 ot   Lot 319,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    32.00
I'ugh and Livingston Subdivision   5,   ot   Lot   320,
Group One, Kootenay District,
360 acres	
Frost, W. M Subdivisions 12 to 11, ol Lot
321,    Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 468.1 acres ... 	
Gibbons, James L Lot 6422,   Group One, 'Kootenay Dislrict, 244 acres ...
Gill, M. J Lot 8744,   Group One, Kootenny District, 166 acres  ...
Macdonald, Samuel  Lot 5268, Group   Ono, Kootenay District, 39.6 acres	
Carrier, Frank Lot   10100, Group   One, Koo-
nay District, 119.28 acres   ....
Passmorc, George A Lot 8443, Group   One, Kootenay District, 47 acres 	
Dalzicl, Thomas  Lot 7226, Group   One, Kootenay District, 48 acres 	
Manners, Charles  Lot 8753,   Group One, Koota>
nay District, 226.42 acres	
McClure, II. H Lot 7317,  Oroup One, Kootenay District, 88 acres	
McClure, H. H Lot 8914. Group One, Kootenay District, 160 acres 	
Nadeau, Oliver  Lot 8916, Group   One, Kootenay District, 166.88 acres:... ,
Jollile, Allred Lot 0437, Group   One, Kootenay District, 163 acres	
Arnold, George Lot 677,   Group   One, Kootenay District, 326 acres	
Thomas, Alphcus E Lot 7663, Group   One, Kootenay District, 240 acres  <
Weber, Peter J Lot 7032, Group   One, Kootenay District, 48.94 acres 	
Douglas, George  Lot 5806,   Group One, Kootenay District, 166 acres 	
Douglas, George  Lot 7018, Group   One, Kootenay District, 165 acres	
Curtis, A. L Subdivision   2    ol  Lot   314,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres	
Becker, O. E. A ....Subdivision   16 ot    Lot  314,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    84,00
Fournier, John Lot 1900, Group   One, Kootenay District, 210 acres ,..
Fournier, John Lot 3055,   Group One, Kootenay District, 160 acres ■
McDonald, A. A  Lot 39(70,   Oroup One,. Kootenay District, 317 acres 	
McBean, Alexander and Jarvis, J. ...1-ot 3019, Group   One, Kootenay District, 160 acres	
McDonald, Alexander  Lot 3063, Group   One, Kootenay District, 320 acres  a
Douglas, F. C Lot 3008, Group   One, Kootenay District, 320 acres   ...   ...
Douglas, W. W ...Lot 4824,   Group One, Kootenay District, 169 acres  ...
Douglas, F. C.  .Lot 4825,   Group One, Kootenay Dislrict, 40 acres	
Douglas, W. W Lot 0671, Group   One, Koote-i
nay District, 315 acres 	
Arnold, Elizabeth Lot 0204,   Group One, Kootenay District, 77 acres 	
Ilombury, C. R Subdivisions   5 and   6 ol Lot
311,    Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 320 acres    84,00
Ton Girsewald, Baron A Subdivision    9   ol   iJot   911,
Group One, Kootenay District,
166 acres    44.90
Hembury, C. R Subdivision 16   ot    Lot  311,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     82.00
Hembury, C. R Subdivisions 3   to 6 and 11 ol
Lot 312, Group    One, Kootenay District, 800 acres   180.00
Ferguson, J. A l-ot 2320, Group One, Kootenay District, 110 acres    23.10
Black, Alexander and Hosmcr Lum- I
ber Company, Ltd Lot 303,   Group  One, Kootenay District, 2090 acres     190.00
Svec, Anton Lot 0251,   Group One, Kootenay District, 221 acres       11,90
Wardrop,   \v. and   Sparwood Lum-        ,'                                I
ber Company, Ltd Lot 0666, Group   One, Kootenay District, 80 acres      1.00
Wilson   Creek   Lumber   Company,       ,'
Limited Lot 7781, Group   One, Kootenay District, 75 acres      1.00 -
Fisher, George Lot 8529, Group   One, Kootenay District, 160 acres     10.90
Macdonell,   James   A.,    Gzowski,
 Lot 4144, Group One, Kootenay District, 820 acres    11.80
A...Subdivision 3 ot Lot 810,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    44.80
Robertson, J. N  < Subdivisions 7 and 8, Lot 810,
Group One, Kootenay District,
,      v ■ 320 acres „....'   11.80
Casimlr, Poss, George 0	
Hembury, C.R. and Stringer, II.
7.88
4.57
2.96
8.10
I.M
2.00
a.oo
3.00      169.28
1.00      163.38
68.77
13.18
80.71
2.00
416.72
1.28
2.00
19.28
.29
2.00
7.25
.08
1.00
8.58
.61
2.00
15.13
.48
3.00
8.48
.»»
3.00
5.35
1.18
3.00
19.38
.40
2.00
10.40
.45
3.00
11.45
9.29
3.00
79.28
.88
2.00
18.60
86.56
8.60
.48
3.00
13.08
20.00
14.00
1.70
3.00
87.70
5.00
.39
2.00
7.19
8.00
.84
1.00
10.84
8.00
.40
3.00
10.40
3.00
.18
3.00
5.18
"1
8.00
.44
2.00
10.64
2.50
.13
1.00
4.69
14.00
.70
3.00
16.70
13.00
1.13
3.00
16.11
19.00
.1.91
3.00
13.01
4.50
.93
2.00
6.83
7.00
.99
3.00
9.39
8.00
.40
3.00
10.40
25.00
35.09
3.00
1.00
65.00
4.90
.14
1.00
7.04
10.00
.80
3.00
13.80
8.00
.64
1,00
10.64
84.00
9.80
3.48
1.00
74.99
84.00
5.60
3.48
1.00
75.08
18.00
10.00
3.18
1.00
33.18
30.00
21.79
4.07
2.00
57.81
10.00
.80
1.00
11.80
32.00
.3.59
3.00
36.56
30.00
1.25
2.00
18.19
20.00
1.60
3.00
13.60
13.00
.99
3.00
19.99
8.39
.34
3.00
5.49
35.00
1.99
3.00
19.89
3.80
.13
2.00
4.69
2.00       89.30
3.00       49.04
1.80 200 99.60
9.00 1.00 170.00
1,78 3.00 39.36
67.59       19.31 3.00 134.88
,91 3.00 19.48
.40 l.N 10.40
.40 8.00 10.40
.91 1.00 13.43
9.19          .78 1.00 18.41
7.84        1.88 1.00 67.17
11.90        1.75 2.00 38.75
mmm*m THB   HERALD OBANBBOOK
NAME OF   PERSON ASSESSED   SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY.
DELINQUENT TAXES
11 a
,,  li
lla'iubury, C. R.
 Subdivision    1   ot    Lot 310,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     64.00
Tlsdalo, G. P Subdivisions 111, 11, 14, 15, ol
I.ot 341, Group    One,  Kootenny District, OKI acres     32.011
Laldlaw, J. 10. 11 I.ot 7U13, Group   one, Kootenay District, 160 acres     48.1111
Taylor, Lyman J I.ot 8188, Oroup   One, Kootenay District, 80 acres       li.llll
Myers, Jas, A. and It. t' Lots 651, 655 and   050, Group
Oni', Kootenay   District,   821
.acres     78.70
 Lot 70S,   Group   one, Kootenay District, -lu acres    18.10
 I.ot 9397, Group   One, Koule-
nuy District, .'lis iiaies     10.00
 Lot 381,   Group   Due, Kootc-
nay Dislrict, lais acres    00.00
 Kast 115    aires   nf I.ol 0618,
Group One,    Kootenay District    7.2",
 I.ol 8103,   Group One, Kooto-
nay Dlstr.ict, 251 acres       70.00
 Subdivision   !l     of  I.ot    336,
Group One, Kootenny Dislrict,
1110 ucres    10.00
Kent, John G Subdivision 11     ot    .Lot 335,
Group One, Kootenay District,
Hill acres     32.1111
nreckenridgo, Annie  Lot 8118, Group   One, Kootenay District, 811 aires     21.00
Macdoncll, Jas. A., Gzowski, Casi-
mir, and Foss, George O I.ot 2316, Oroup   One, Kootenay District, 622 acres     20.00
Macdoncll, Jas. A., Gzowski, Cast-
mir, and Foss, George O. Lot 2212,   Group   One, Kootenay District, 416 acres     12.50
Neucndorp, Henry  Subdivision 1(1   ot    I.ot   354,
Group One, 'Kootenay District,
216.13 acres  ,    43.20
N. A. WALLINGER
Deputy Assessor
Fort Steele
1.8(1 3.11 2.00        74.24
Myers, Jas. A. und R. C.
McCallum, J. G	
ajlrlck, II. 13	
Na'lsou, William	
Grady, J. .1	
Payzant, E, M	
19.211
2."ill
2,0(1
55.70
3.711
2.58
2.00
56,38
.311
2.IIII
8.30
0.18
2.110
80.88
1.32
2.(111
21.12
.811
3.00
I8.BII
3.011
2.00
115.1)11
,85
2.110
9.811
3.50
2.0(1
75.50
.8U          2.110 18.80
1.60          2.00 35.60
1.118          2.00 27.08
1.00          2.00 23.00
3,13           .70          2.1)11 18.42
2.Ill          2.0(1 47.311
and Collector
Assessment District.
".laae" i'vanni. Great  Falls, Montana, present   holder nf Kalian anil Canadian middlcwciiiht   chatnptonshlps who boxes "Dick" Marshall ot
Fernie at the Auditorium, Friday, September, Sept. 19th.
CHRIST! SCIENCE
UNO JESUS CHRIS!
Kditor Tli.* Herald:
Dear Sir; li la recognized by all)
students ol theology thai tlw person
of Joans Christ is tho greatest of alt
mysteries, No BUbJect Ls ro profound and nunc lias engaged thc serious thought of philosophers for t\v0
thousand years as this. Theretoi'
in deference to ihe lasl. Imposed upon
tho mind nf the average reader in
following a detailed discussion ot
this theme, we shall fnrhear. Wo
are enjoined in Holy Writ tn test
every spirit, or teaching, or teacher
by their attitude to the person of
.lesus lyrist. II one's teaching is
found to Ih* in harmony with tha person, mission, work and word of
■lesus, it is to Ih* accepted as of
God; if it is not in agreement with
Him it is to be rejected. Permit me
to quote, from tlaldemnn's "Chris-
tian Science iu the Light of Holy
Scripture," what in general the
teaching of Christian Science Is, as
to the person ol Christ
"Chris-linn Science makes a distinction between Christ and .lesus.
Christ has always existed. .lesus was
bul a phanlom, an apparent body
which Christ seemed to take upon
Him in concession lo human ignorance that He might demonstrate the
unreality of matter, the error of
Melmess, the dream ot death, nnd tlie
all-ness of Hod as an Impersonal divine principle.
Tho Virgin Mary never conceived
and brought torUi an actual body.
She conceived nnd gave birth to ft
spiritual Idea, un idea produced     by
power.
20H. .Jesus accommodated himself
to Immature ideas of .spiritual power,
in his disciples, by calling his body,
after tbe resurrection "flesh and
bones."
3911. Jesus made concessions to
popular ignorance hy calling sicknesses by names-
215. -lesus cast ont evil spiriis,- or
false, beliefs.
334,   To    get   rid of   sin, through
Science, is to divest sin of mind
reality.
356. His consummate example was
tor the salvation of us all, but only
through doing the healing works
which he did.
'Hie above are only a tow ot thc
numerous statements of this system
tliat hear the same meaning. Let us
draw some conclusions from them.'
When -Jesus was at the height of
his earthly ministry, he had not
conquered the false ifcllefs of tin1
flesh. He was under the domination
of error and falsehood. There was a
dime when he was not under the
domination   of       the   Holy  trhosl.
When Jesus called Ins body "fles|
and bones" when he culled sickness
by names; wlien be spoke of i
spirits lie was only accommodating
himself to popular false beliefs in
them. These had no existence outside mortal mind and were false lie
liefs only. Jesus therefore was
guilty of falsehood and deceit. Tin
theme of the preaching of Jesus was
salvation from sin. But, according
to rimistjan Science, io i>ct rid
sin is to divest it of reality, lesus
was evidently inistal.ened when lie
called sin a reality.
Salvation consists of doing tlie
works Jesus did, divesting sin, sickness, evil, death of reality, by teaching others these do not exist.
The Bible everywhere supports the
truth that "No ^nile. was found in
his mouth" (of Jcstts*).. The enemies of Jesus were challenged by himself: "Which of you oonvfnccth (con-
victeMi) me of sin"'" Christian
Science enjoys the unique distinr-
rlon among all systems of thought,
of brim; able to point lhe linger at
Jesus Chris I and in essence say
"Thou hast sinned."
(I.  K.  Kendall.
FOREST GROWTH
NATl'IlK'S UNPRODUCTIVE PHO-
C'ESSES  NEED NO ARTIFICIAL   STIMULATION   BY
FOREST PLANTING
It is estimated that British Columbia contains over 0ne hundred mil
lion acres of wood land, of which upwards of sixty live million acres nny
be regarded as actually or potentially capable of producing merchantable
timber, though, outside of this, the
land is not of valuo. On this area
Nature has been busy for a Ireat many years storing up what is today
one of the greatest of thc tew cxten
sive reserves of commercial timber
left in the world. It Is estimated
that this area contains over three
hundred billion feet hoard measure of
timber composing over half the
standing timber of Canada. When
tho question of forest planting is
linked with siiih a resource, it becomes of interest, even though lh''
importance of planting to the perpetuity of the resource yet remains to
be seen.
Thc matter ot reforestation has
been considered in connection with
British Columbia from three point;
of view:—
1—Silvicul t.ural.
2—Financial.
3— Economic.
Owing to a very favorable combi
nation of soil and climate, nowhere,
at least in the temperate zone, do
trees grow more rapidly and persistently than on the Pacific slope of
North America; nowhere is natural
reproduction more prolific and vigorous.   In fact,  this verv readiness of
Nature  to  undertake  the work  renders discussion almost superfluous,
However, it bas been demonstrated
thai reforestation is practicable in
British Columbia. Not onl? would
it he possible to reproduce those
trees whieh are indigenous to the
soil, but also other exotic trees such
as the hardwoods. But, in a province whicli is cutting as yet only niie-
Mill of the annual growth or its forests, it is naturally hardly neccss-!
ary for man to undertake to facilitate the reproduction processes of
nature.
It may he concluded, then, that artificial reforestation Is neither necessary nor, relatively speaking, desirable, over the major part of British Columbia today. Wilh regard to
the three considerations mentioned
above, in this article thc
following conclusions have been arrived at:—
First.—Foresl    planting in British
Columbia is   silviculturally possibl.
Hardwoods may he grown as well as
softwoods;
Second.—Forest regeneration in
British Columbia is financially practicable, as also is forest planting;
Third.—Forest planting is not now,
in general, necessary, nor is it the
most profitable way to spend time,
energy, or money in British Columbia.
UT
These are   the busy days at       the
Spokane   Interstate    Fair  Grounds,
und an army of meen and women    is
hard    at   work     getting everything
ready for .Monday,     September 15th.!
which   is   the     opvnmg   day ol tbo!
twentieth annual fair.    And    it    is
some   job, for   there are a thousand j
and one different   things to be don.* I
ling tIk* numerous phone inquiries,
the telegraph companies each have an
office installed, tbe branch postofliee
is open, a complete tran.spoii.ilion
bureau Is handling thousands of express and freight shipments, anil Iwq
Information bureaus, one at the
grounds and one downtown in the
chamber of commerce building, are
answering questions of every conceivable kimi and also helping visitors to
find rooms and hotel acrominoda-
;ior.s The Iree nursery foi babies
bas been made twice as larpe in otd-
er to take    care of the   many babies
United States
Now in Hexican Waters
her conscious communion with Uie
divine impersonal principle, She gave
birth, only to an, ideal; this ideal she
named Jesus. The real Christ never
came in the tlesh; His appearance as
,lesus wasibut temporary. Attn
what was supposed to lie His death
and the "reproduction" of His apparent body to the eyes ol His disciples Jesus disappeared forever.
When Christ ascended it was not the
material body ol Jesus which went
upward, it was simply the Christ
idea ascending into the higher apprehension of I lis disciples. Jesus
does not sit at the right hand of
(ioil, nor is His personality to be
worshipped or adored. According to
Christian Science, Jesus, or what
passed for Jesus, the "corporeal
concept" was continually learning of
1lie Christ in him. He wns not always full of wisdom or the completeness of the truth. Had He nl-
ways been wise and fully Instructed
He would not hnve prophesied and
hastened His own death; He would
not have supported that false Idea by
His words.
If when he prophesied He had heen
entirely tree from the ignorance and
false belie! of His times; if lie had
perfectly comprehended the unreality
of death, Ho would not have announced His own and thereby perpetuated a hurtful error."
Ot tho earthly lite   ot Jesus Christ
Christian Science has to say this:
Page.
.158. Jesus bore our sins In his
own body. lie knew the mortal or-f
ror which constitutes the material
body, and could destroy thnt error;;
but ut the time when .lesus felt our
infirmities, he had not conquered all
the beliefs ot tho tlesh, or his sense j
ol material life, nor hnd he risen to
hla final   demonstration   of spiritual
The exhibit buildines. with their sap-i
erintendents and assistant*, must be
.ready to receive the 15,000 different!
entries which will come to be judg-.
ed, stalls and stables ready for the j
train loads of prize stock which are
on the way, lawns and walks made j
spick and span and hundreds of bench-'
es and drinking fountains put out I
The entire office force of tlie fair is '
already at work in the big office in,
the grand stand. A Bell telephone j
exchange, with more than 100 phones
and three    busy   operators, is hund-
expfcted to compete for the $600 offered in the Better Babies Contest,
and the Emergency Hospital is ready
to take care o. any accidents to visitors or workmen. Both thc fair
*»lice department and the fair
fire department dre completely installed with a force of vigilant officers and men on hand day and night,
and the motto for every man, woman and child nn the job Is, "Everything must be ready Monday morning"
The. U *S.*S. Tago-Nx^ .
American   warships are no* In Mexicun waters to protect the interests of the Cnitod States.
The battleships Louisiana, Michigan, Taeoma and New Hampshire are nre Vera Cruz, and the South
linn is at Tarn pica
t)n the Pacific eoasl of Mexico lhe armored cruisers Pittsburg and S The Atlantic battleship fit
oilth Dakota are at (luaymas. jth the exception of the BCOOmd dlvlefon, under Rear Admiral Fletehi
ready iu Mexican waters, is at Newport, II. I.
A division of 7,0(1(1 nfiUcrs aud men ot the army is on patrol duly along the Mexican border
ot, v.
i, al-
ernie, thO'Krap
"Joe" i'vanni
nib at tbo
py boxer in
of (ireat Kail
Auditorium.
the   pink ol   condition
*   on Friday, Sep! THK   UKANBUOOK  HKKALD
OVERSEAS CLUB
As announced in these columns last
week, lhe members of the Overseas
club. Cranbrook branch, celebrated
on the lib Inst. Hie third anniversary
ol the Inception of the dub in London, England.
About eighty members responded to
ilia* roll call, which shows th- enthusiasm taken by everyone in tin*
progress of the club. The ball bad
been decorated lor the occasion,
sweet peas, Hie cluh (lower, being
much In evidence. The photos ot
our King aud Queen, also those ol
our late King Edward VII. and thc
Queen, Mother, and our beloved late
Queen Victoria adorned the walls.
one of the most attractive decora
tions was a collection ot the cap
badges of the Hritish army, kindly
loaned by one ol lhe members, Mr.
A. |.. Marchant.
Mr, Marchant is a veteran of the
Hritish army and has taken, great
trouble in gathering such n tine collection and it is only two days ago
that he was able to complete It, after ten years trial. This collection
of badges will bo on exhibition al
Raworth Bros, jewellery store tor a
tew days, aud those who have not
seen it should make a P"itit of doing
so.
The programme was a lengthy anl
very attractive one and special men
tion should be made of those who
took charge of it, namely: Mesdatnes
H, (,ridlcy,( A. Strachan and Messrs.
Cock and Crobbin.
Those taking   part in the program
were:
j President  E.,  Y.  Brake—Address..,
Progress   of the   Club and ot tbo
I    Cranbrook Branch,
| Miss S. Roo—Pianoforte solo.
Eldest Daughters ol the Tsar
Pose for Photographers
lius
Olgl
it-Kill
look
Tatle
I
Iter n
raUNC£&3Ea  OuOa and tatiana eldest
fa.ntaa.'.,..ai_t"*'ya«Te*5. OE THfUzAI*.
striking photograph ot the Uv0 eldcsl daughters  ail lhe Emperor  aal
i, posed together, has just been taken. They are thi' Grande .Duchcsse
i Niciihlii'Viui anal lhe (llariala- Dtichcssc Tatialia Nicolaievnn.
They pais.al ror thc photographer 'ii courl dross. Both are t'olonels of
tits iii Russia atul aifti'n wear their military uniform, In which Ihey
inrming. The Princess Olga is a Colonel of Hussars and the Princess
.1  ;1  I'lalaalirl ail   I 111.Hi:-
nei'ss Olga is the eldest. She was born at Tsarskole Selo on N'ovem-
1805.    Princess Tntlann was born ail I'eterhaif on Hay 2". 1807.
Mrs. H. 1). Ilavia's—Song 	
  Qrccn Isle of Erin
Mr.   .las.     Sims—Songs,   Admiral
Broom, The Little Hero.
Vice-President C. A. I'nck—Address
Sketch of the  Hritish rvmpirc on
which lho situ never sets.
Miss M. Brake—Pianoforte solo.
Mr. li. I). Davics—Song, 'Tlm Deathless Army.
Mr.   and    Mrs.   T.   !•'..   South—
  Mandolinei and Piano
Mr. A. Raworth 	
Recitation  "Death"
Mrs. W. II. Baldwin   	
Sou;   That's How I Need You.
Miss E. t'aslitke 	
  Pianoforte solo
Mr. .1. !•'. Smith 	
Address       Tlte British Flag
Mrs. W.     C.   Marshall and  Mr. R.
KatclilTc   Duct
Mr. A. Proiidlaiot 	
Sams Thc Sheltered Unlo
Mis.   E. Ismay, and    Mrs. R. Kal-
moudson 	
Duet: Listen to the Convent Bells
Mr. ti. lloughani	
Samg   Tailsti's (lai.ui llya'
Needless to say that all the artists
were greeted with encores.
During the interval refreshments
wcra' served, ice cream, cake, etc.,
being in abundance. This part ol the
programme was in the hanals ol
Mesdatnes W, Marshall, E. Y. Brake,
C. Tisdalc, and R- Taylor, Messrs.
B. Y. Brake and W. ('. Marshall.
This committee handled,thc affair in
llieir usual good manner.
The evening was brought to a close
by singing tbe National Anthem nnd
Auld   Lang     Syne,    everyone going
home pleased with their evening's et
tcrtaimnent.
On September 18th this club will
hold their monthly dance in,lhe Carmen's hall at 0 p.m. sharp. Tickets:
Non-members 75c. a couple; single
ladies, .Hue. Tickets can he obtained
from thc secretary, Mr. L. Pearron,
nr Mr. E.a/Y. Brake. Good music
and refreshments will be provided.
EXPLORED SOUTH
KOOTENAY PASS
Pinchcr Creek, Alta.,- Sept. H. —
Dr. IO, 13. Brotten, the -New York
lady doctor, accompanied by her uncle, Mr. Geo. L. Rushy, also of New
York, arrived iu Pincher last week
from their unhiuc travels In the
mountains of the South Kootenay
Pass. Leaving Pinchcr Creek some
several weeks ago, tlie city dwellers
motored to Ilassard's hotel iu Water-
ton Lakes Park. Krom that point
they s-lartcil on foot to tour Water-
ton Lakes and   Glacier National iPai'k..
'the lady was dressed iu browu corduroy with short skirl and laced
bools with their tanned sides. She
carried the eatables, which consisted
o| a small amount of Hour, raisins,
dried cheese, and a smull piece of
breakfast bacon, lho whole pack
weighing something like *10 pounds.
The mau had a sail-cloth tent and
blankets weighing about 5G pounds.
The lirst point touched was McDonald Lake in Glacier National Park
and witb tbe chalet there as a centre they tramped every part of the
mountains', Ketnrning by another
route they missed the trail aud were
found by Hanger .loslev across t'he
boundary without food. The lady had
tlu* mlslurtune to lose her hat. It
was eaten by a porcupine, The porcupine later became tood for the travellers. Mr Cosby supplied them
from his baso al the head of Water-
ton LnVrs awl i!i.*y continued thole
Journey, arriving at Pinohor this
week- I'Toin there they g<' to the
coast, and bv waler to California.
Touching at Ni'w Orleans iu the
South they will go by train to their
home in New York City. Dr. Brouon
seemed in no way weary. She is au
old traveller and climber, having
thoroughly prospected the mountains
of California,
GEI THE HOPE
The following   verse is written by
a Cranbrook man. -
Where the    foothills   roll, and       St.
.Joseph's, creek   glided on   to   the
St. Mary
Men*   Cranbrook   lies beneath       tbe
skits,    and as far as the eye can
Stretch   the   Rockies   high till land
see,
Stretch tin.* Rockies high till land and.
sky are lost in eternity.
Cranbrook, thc pride of Kast Kootenay, was   there ever a town     so
free'.'
In tlie valley    you rest like a jewel,
your people live happily;
Prosperity adorns you on every hand,
your   amusements arc worth    ar
encore,
With banks ami hotels aud stores fall
of   swells,     I wonder what could
you have more.
Y'ou've a    line    G. P.O., a hospital,
too, and   your    depot is hard to
beat;
From    Maker   Hill there's a     lovely
view and the houses ate really    a
'        treat,
May you nourish and grow in sun-
i shine and snow and soon be sur-
I        rounded with wheat.
Ladies' and Children's
Underwear
■■■■—-.,.        -I— -—— SE5B5   '      —
Stanfields and Watsons
A large and complete stock of over sizes in Vests
Drawers and Combinations for Ladies
Complete range for Children
Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery
Penman's
Tho Beat Wearing Hobo on
tlio Market
Silk, Lisle, and Cashmere
Reno Biinealow Which Figures
in White Slave Case
THfe    piaaS-CAMIMETTI'  BUN(3ALa3W IN (?FNO. NEVADA
Here is a picture ol tile little bungalow in Reno, Nov., where Dings
anti t'aminetti are alleged to have lived with the Norris and Warrington
girls, who are the accusers ol the two men charged with violation ol tho
white slave law.
WATER NOTK'I
For a License to Take and Use Water
NOT1CH IS HEREBY OIVEN
that .lames W. Blake, ol Wasa, B.C.,
will apply for a license to take atul
use ten acre fart ol water out of an
unnnmed creek, which Hows in an
easterly direction through Lot HII70,
and empties into t'opper Creek, nearj
trail. The water will be diverted
at 190 feet cast and 720 feet north ol
the N. W. corner ol Lot 1101(1, and
will H usikI for irrigation purposes on
the land described as Pre-emption
No. 1270, Lot 11010.
This notice was posted ou the
ground on the 2nd day ol September,
101.1. The application will bo tiled
in thc office of the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook.
Objections may Ik* hied with     the
said Water Recorder or with       the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
37-<lt .lames Blake.
The Pye Stock is Slaughtered Regardless of Cost
*********************************************
******** **********
A still further reduction is being made, as we intend to clean this lot out in
the next two weeks,
Saturday We Will Commence a Still
Greater Sacrifice
MENS HEAVY UNDERWEAR AND TOP SHIRTS will be sold at
prices less than the average merchant can buy for. Note the following quotations, which will largely govern :
Regular $2.00 Garment now $1.15, liewson's Guaranteed
fi.50 "      "       90c,      " "
"        1.00 "       "        60c,      " "
Blue and Khaki Heavy Woollen Top Shirts
Regular $2.00 and $2.25 for     -
"      1.50 for - -
"      1.00 " ....
A Bunch to clear at 45c.
$1.15
90c
55c
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Heavy Corduroy and Tweed Caps, new and up-to-date, to clear
at Less than Half Price
Trunks, Grips, and Suit Cases will be sold for Less than
Wholesale Cost
TRUNK, regular $17.00, for $11.25
SUIT CASE, reg. $11.00. for
$7.25
"           "         10.00,   "     6.30
"          "     8.00, "
5.25
"       "       7.25, "   4.75
"          "      6.75 "
4.25
"       "       5.00, **   3.25
375 "
2.15
Ladies', Misses and Children's Footwear will still sell at less
than the Wholesale Prices
Men's reg, $6.00 for
"       "     4.00 "
$3.95
2.75
A bunch to sell at $1.10
*******************************************************************************
Children's Shoes from   -    50c Up
Ladies', in the very   best
American makes, regular   *, __
$6.00 for $3.95; reg. $3.00   >pl.75
And a line to sell at $1.00
HILL <& SON
THE PYE
BUILDING
Phone 76
MHB
■MHlMMil

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