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 THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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ORANK1IOOK,   BBITISB   COLUMBIA,    lilt l.'SDAY.  .M'SK   '.'7.   OH).
NUM11K11   11
ADVI'IITISINI.   IN  Tills CAPER   COSTS   VOI     NOTHING,   AS IT AI.WAVS ItltlNt.s VOU SOMKTlUMi
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
sam: am. sf.nsihi.i:
IIKID OFFICE, TOHONTO
B. r   WA1.KKK, Pr.aldtnt
ALbX. 1.AIKI., O.n.ral Mna|«
A tl. IKKLAHl), Suptilnl.nil.nl ..I
atitnch..
KSTiilUSIIEU IUI
Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5.000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
hrauihcs tbrouchoul Canada, and In tlie United Stales anil Eojuin'
A GENERAL ll.ANKIMi II11SIMSS TRANSACTED
QOMMEnOIAl ANU . AltMLUS' .»APtH UlSCUONTtU.
M
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits ol -81 und upwards received, ...nl Interest allowed a.
euiTcu. rules. The deposit...' In sub|eet to no delay whatever- In
the willidruwul ul tl.e whule or any portion ol tlie deposit.
Cranhrook Branch,     -      P. C. MALPAS, Manager
Important to Railroad Men
II MEANS MUCH I   COSTS lllll' LITTLE I
A sttii'ili sum will iiiilt'iiuiily
you   Hymnal   nil   kimla   ol
ACCIDENTS AND SICKNESS
()ur polioios contniu tlio widest
tint)  most   lilit'nil  uotulitions.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
I't-ul Estate CKANHKOOK, li. C. Insurance
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Fancy Soaps that are Pure ij
If yon are [uirllelllar ills.Ill Simp, iv i. pnrtloiilar pio|.lo.
I-Klrl.-
IIV. per onlie, or Si,-, per lu.*
-.-. I'.'i  .'..I..', or 11 III) per Ims     ' ;
tl.nr,    ■■
li.;.-,    "
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C. E. REID CBo CO.
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iiKiuiiusrs
Ilisu-'tisliiK Is ...ir specially
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1      THE  WILGA
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fnr   Ilio sunllll.T,    Mollis   fnr..isl.i.l   without
rooms.   Tl... si'ivi,-.' will ph-nso yon,
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i PHONE .St. — ; j
theqCau^J^!
I uncy ami Staple lingeries    ..
STRAWLlEft HIES
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UKNI INR II lilt ll tl'l.K SVltl I'
CAMPBELL 6: MANNING    i
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BRIDAL GIFTS
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(tar linn of HKIDAL GIFTS is vnriwl, nml wo
rater to different tastes.   Oifts biiimlilu for I'sliera
ur HriileBiimiilsmv also In Im found in new ami
varied designs in Scarf Phis, Kr-io-.li Pins, Etc.
We Invito your jhs|km*i Ion,
; i Oilklul Willed Iimpeelor for 0. P. I!.    WW' F.TATE
( Wh Nest hum Divfarion „T||E JCWKLE||..
44 4M4 444444 f. *
(Victoria Times.)
A contemporary 1ms seen (It to
publish the opinions ol the Vancotivei
Province, which It nlleges i.. lie n
l.ilin.il newspaper, althoujch it knows
tli.it Un* Province is as rabidly Con-
Ret'vntlvn aa pcrvei La usually are,
upon Ihf? Biilijecl nl Premier Mc-
Itri'le's mission to Westminster .mil
iiimti bettei terms nonoraHy. The
views of Hie Vancouver News \dvei
liser, n Journal which hns been
'.t.iiiiirlilv Conservative i Inre the lime
ol iis establishment ami which Is
edited    hv n membei ol the McBrMe
I'DVi'tliiiit'lit, iilso lind      soinrtbilit'    to
say willi respect to the I end lug political controversy ol tho day. Has
lhe Viator lo organ ol thi-- party m.i
noticed tbe rt-huke administered to
tlrebrnnd orators and newspaper hy
tlie News-Advertise! " Hon. K. L.
CJarter-Cotton as a man of sound
Judgment ami iirtelllReiit comprehen-
sitm ol the possible resiill ot the mischievous flgitatioil wliieli hns followed
tbe announcement of the "signal
triumph" of Premier McBride in bis
mission to Ottawa ami the "foot of
ibe throne," says in bis newspaper:
"There is one oilier matter in con-
neetiou with the subject thnt seems
to require some reference. If the
provincial Interests are to he served
in the most effective way, tlie question must he (fruit with as one entirely outside of.party politics. It.
wns sii regarded In tho provincial
legislature, in tbe intei-provincial
conference and in the Dominion parliament-. To he consistent In holding
Ihnl view. Conservatives must refrain
from charging Hint Sir Wilfrid Laurier bas been the cause of the province's failure to obtain what it
sought. If anyone can he held responsible it must ho the inter-provin-
cial conference, which decided what
the extra sun: grouted to liritisb Columbia should he, ft is not ditlleult
to understand why the various provincial premiers were not willing to
give more liberal recognition of our
claims. They had to consider what
would be the'attitude of their respective let-Matures and electorates tc
lhe subject. If tbe matter was referred to them at all, we do not see
hew Sir Wilfrid Laurier could retusi
lo abide hy their decision. From
what passed In the Dominion parliament, we must assume Hint Mr. Borden would have acted as Sir Wilfrid
lias done, had he been iu power. It
cannot be wise, therefore, if we hope
tn succeed ultimately in our claims,
to attack Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
throw the matter Into the arena of
parly politics. Now, although we
are opposed to him, do we think such
a course Is fair to Sir Wilfrid Laur-
Tbe News-Advertiser gives utterance to sage counsel when It says
ihat "if the provincial interests are
to be served in the mosl effective
way, the question must be dealt with
;'s nne entirely out-side of party politics." The pity is font the Premier
nf British Columbia in his lust for of-
fav did not recognize that fact when
lie appeared in the conference of provincial premiers. His first idea was
lo gain pnely advantage. Ilis re-
Hrcment from the conference, his
"irioinph.tl procession" home ward,
followed bv the dissolution of the
legislature, cast Hie question ot better terms within the realm of party
politics. His appeal to the people
to return liim to power with an
autliorizntHon to proceed to the "foot
of ihe thr.me." whatever may be
said to the contrary, was an appeal
to parly passion which could not but
lu* recorded hv the opposition as the
second act   of treachery of which he
had been gllittv during his short  poll-
i.mI career, Mr. .t. A. Macdonald
iml Ins followers In the legislature
,,i-e the fullest evidence of a sincere
psire lo keep the quest-Ion of better
eni.s apart entirely from party poll-
ics, as an issue not between politi-
,il parties in the province, hut as a
natter between British Columbia nnd
he other provinces of Canada. The
•lews \dvertisei truly soys that if
nnyone can he held responsible for the
ndequncy of the terms which have
en granted in British Columbia, it
ust lip ihe inter-provincial confer*
it. It might have added that the
Conservative premiers of two of tbe
leading provinces as movers of the
resolution fixing the amount which
should be allotted to Ibis province
were primarily responsible, Premier
McBride bv his net ion bus antagonized these men, and to the extent of
ibe antagonism thus created has he
prejudiced out claim fnr better terms.
Notwithstanding the protest of the
News- \dvet ti^el, we observe from
the im f the Conservative convention held hist nighl thai it is Ihe intention of lhe federal wing of the
party to follow the example ot
Premier McBride ami endeavor to
iiuike political capital out of the
question nf belter terms. From the
standpoint of patriotism We are con-
vlncid thev will make a grievous mistake if ihey do sn. Premier Whitney, of Ontario, a province which
sends all hut a fraction of the opposition behind Mr. Borden to Ottawa,
is a much more Influential factor in
Dominion politics than Mr. McBride.
If the issue nf better terms he raised
iu the Dominion generally, it will be
necessary tn defend Mr. Whitney's
course in moving the resolution
granting the extra million dollars lo
British Columbia in satisfaction of
her demand for better terms. This
will have the effect of arraying the
sentiment, of that great province and
of all the other provinces against us.
We are convinced that would he n
mistake, because in this matter, notwithstanding the braggadocio nf irresponsible politics, it Is true, ns the
Conservative Vancouver News-Advertiser says, that "It cannot, he wise,
I if we hope In succeed ultimately In
[our claim, to attach Sir Wilfrid
[Laurier and throw Ihe matter into
the arena of public politics." We
'dn not say this because nf any fear
|tn meet the Conservative party In the
—set federal conflict   upon any issue.
till......     .,..    •____     «  a '.. '
MINING UNDER THE LAKE
Charles McKay, who is at Hie head
of ihe company that is proparing tu
Iml for the mineral riches thai is sup-*
posed to lie beneath Movie Lake, was
iu lown the lirst nf the week.     Mr.
McKay has  lieen     working on     this
big    enterprise    for   a    number of
noiilhs, and at    last he is ready to
io ahead,    all of     bis   arrangements
invlng been completed.     It was    In-
ended al  first  to sink a shaft on the
dime of  the lake, but it   w.s neees-
n build     n    tram over     (he railway
track tn carry the ore nnd dirt to a
[lump.     Permission was secured from
lie railway    company     for this pur-
■hase. but it     was a conditional one,
nul     nol  satisfactory,     and the ori-
iual     plan was    changed in conscience.      Next   week,  undei   tbe sup-
rvlslon of Mike McOrnw, one of the
-est  mining men in    the    west, the
uillding   of    a     water   tight    com-
lartment shaft 2;">0 feet nut in     the
.ike will be commenced.     There Is a
depth  nf lift  feet of    water and  fifty
feci  nf clay  to    build  through before
-d rock is reached.    The casing will
protected   by   two   breakwater
tls build on fifl piles that wil)    be
driven   solidly in    the   cloy bottom,
'he shaft  will be built of'10 by 12
Imbers, drift Imited, on the outside
i" this   will he placed a heavy coat-
it- of_clay.     Over the clay will    be
board covering heavily spiked, and
ver Hi s again another covering     ol
boards to cover the cracks nnd joint;.
I'll.' lake will be used as a dump, and
within a few months catii-s of miners
will he working 2011 tn 5iui feet under
lite be.', nf tbe lake.     Mr. McKay is
. ..jlident   that the  rich  leads of    the
St.  Eugene extend beneath the lake,
and he   does     not    anticipate    any
trouble in bis deep sea mining.
lietitlnus nr bona fide, it mav chnnse
lo raise, hut because the rights of
Hritish Columbia are more Important
than tho political success ol Indlvld-
uali,
TIIE LUMBER COMPANIES  NEED
THE AID OF BANKS
II WE     OVER-PRODI I 1 ION     "V
I litis      AND   UNLESS  HANKS
LO \N 1800 fiOO THERE IS
GOING TO HK   \
SMASH
Vancouvei. .lune 2.".—'I'll, loggtog
.in.i lumbering Industries on ihe
eonsl lodaj arc hieing the most _er-
i.m - .! [sis oi recent years, and if the
sltunlioii is i" lit- saved, it the present _ood m.irket for lumlier is to
li,' upheld, over a million dollars will
have to In* produced ii.:lit .uv..- to
i.ik.- care ol ike over-producti. n ol
Ions.
s.( M-iious is the situation lhat at
Ihe retvnt conference between loggers
nml millmen the'lreads of local banking institutions, three bank lagers,
undertook to arrange fnr tli.' raising
.>t nJii hundred tbi.us.tint dollars
wiib which in buy up the surplus
In'-js at present on the market,
Saturday night all the loggiu*;
camps operated hy members of the
British   Columbia     Loggers' assneia-
on fixed a schedule to shut     down
definitely, hut before manv loggers
..hi take thai step Ihey will have tn
he fiiifliiced; and if eight hundred Ihnu-
d is forthcoming 'it will he ex-
,....ded to that end. Future action
will be decided today.
Owners of all Hie large lumber
nills are rcpiesenled in lhc member
.hip. The lumlier and shingle inaiui-
facfurers are vilally Interested in
saving lhe loggers for Hie most obvious reasons. The position id the
associated mills is ihis: if pigbl hundred thousand dollars' worth of logs
now nn the market are permitted to
lie slaughtered, as they unilouhtedl1
will IT loggers dn not reivive financial
.ill, the grcollv reduced price of logs
will make possible ihe erection nf
small mills which will he outside the
association.
The consequence of this will be
Ihnl these Independeiil mills will sell
their product wherever possible iil
irices which cannot he controlled; In
itber words, the present gnod market
or lumher will be demoralized, That
s lhe situation Ihe mills are facing,
nd tbe milltm-n fullv realize     their
PAY YOUR TAXES
Saturday is the Ust day to pay
taxes and City Clerk Roberts, desiring lo accommodate tbe people, will
he in bis office on lhat day from
Hi in 1, _ io li, and 8 In il, for the
purpose ot leceiving taxes.
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1 Imperial Bank ol Canada
sii ion.
Closing Out the Dry Goods
c, c. s.
i is I DP UOOIIS
Cotton
Mliikham
Print.
Silk
llaniielt-ltc
Ducks
Napkins
Table Linen
Ores. Hoods
Towelling
Towels
Sheeting
Cretonne
Ladles' Shuts
Kids' .Shoes
Hoys' Shoes
lllrls' Shoes
Underwear
Hair Pin.
Combs
Satchel.
tiarlers
Wig.
Rals
Stockings
Corsets
Wall's
Drawers
Skirls
All the above list, with many
ulher lines not mentioned, to lie
clmed oul by July ,t.st.
Savings
Accounts
Invited
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I*      Interesl Paid Quarterly   LJ
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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1REID & COMPANY!
WORK AT THE NORTH STAR
V McLeod Curran, manoger of the
North Star mine,     wliile iu town tn-
tay said   tn the     Herald that work
was being pushed on the North Star
property   in   the old     workings und
that a  syslemalie line of prospecting
is being   followed up     wiib a dia-
ind    drill from   the 200 foot level.
Shipments were being made regularly
nd everything   was iu    unod shape.
.Mr.     Curran has been    investigating
lions treatments for the ore nf the
Sleinwindi'i- properly nnd is of     lhe
pinion  lhat  the     smeller .it Coficy-
IHe,  Kansas, can overcome tbe dif-
iCiitfies.        This     smelter says tbat
■re that  runs Ul per cent /ine    and
HI per cent lead    can be treated prn-
liiably, and their system turns     tbe
re into matte and ihe 7.1nc and lead is
oparnted afterward.    Th.- sten;wind-
i' ..re runs miiob heavier Mian     lhe
figures quoted, to sav nothing of tho
Ivor   values. If   Hie CoffeyvIIle
. 'nple bave solved ihe problem of
ihe Stem winder ore, that will settle
Hie future of this property, which is
a rich nne. If the tran-pnrtation
charges are tno heavy ihe known
hotly nf ore wnuld warrant ihe build-
ng ol a smelter to treat it. This
Innks like good news for mining In
East Knntenny, nnd is a meat credit
to llie wise management of Mr. Curran.
Four Free Shows
from .lulv Slli tu 18th ut tl...
1.1-tl.bt-iili,'.- a.".,UtiU L'ltil.
STREET CARNIVAL
Two l.uii.lml |j.-rl'.)n...-rs uml
two lirusd liumls will t-iv.>
fourteen shows daily,
Everybody is welcome,
W.'.l.liiiM Trip,. Sl.v.'s. l-'iirnilur.'. Dishes.
.•I.;.. ..II i-osl lots ..| inonej Wo need lhe
'■om, ami i.. ■;. i ii wo are limiting a special
HAMMOCKS
.1 regular price $6.25 tlam-nocks lur $5.00
5                  $'.00       •• $3.00
1         "        S5.75        " $4.65
I          "        SI.7.S        " $J.85
5         "       *.'.75 Baby •• J" IS
These prices ar,- for s|«..l rush only, and
remember, these i;... .Is were Lki.i^IiI .:lu-up,-r
than nny other in lown and tl.e r.-i;ul»r pricr
i» better than lhe . ut price ut tome pla.vs
Beattie & Atchison
The l.t-adiiiK DrtiKsists and Stationers
Where It Will  Pay You to Deal
wmmMs
m QENTLEMEN, wc want the Suit and Gent's Furnishings |
IS Trade of Cranbrook.   If lowness of price will accom*  Q
i_i 3
m plish it. then we have been successful, as the following lines y
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finEAT BUSINESS
There has been uuloade.! this week
at our largo ware'inuse nn I.ouls
street, a spli'n.iii! earl.iii.1 ot furniture. There will hu another c.ir unloaded in a lew days. We have had
i.dviee that It passed Norll. Hay on
the 711. of this month. There are
two others on the wav which will he
here More lhe first ol August, Wc
hall then have the greatest stock ot
furniture in our warehouse and show
rooms that has ever heci. seen In
Cranlirook.— nr.inhronk Co-Operatlvo
Slorcs.
9
i*St
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Millinery at Half-Price
Owing to the lateness of the Spring Season, wo will ».•!! all this season's BEADY-
TO-WEAR HATS ut Half-Price.   Ueatilifiil assortment ..f u.l tlie most popular stylet,
DON'T FORGET-HALF I'RICl"
Carpet Department
Allot our bit; stock ..f TAPESTRY, I'.lil'sSKl.s, VELVET, and AXMINSTER
CARPETS at COST. We ur,' noing ,...t ..1 lids line, henc. the complete stock will be
SOLD AT COST. __________
25 per Cent. Discount
Olf all MISSES ANU GIRLS' SllnKS \NI. OXFORDS.   Exactly one-qnarter oil
li.-i/iil.'ir I'..,-...
This doe. not inclnde ..ur ...» stock ..f CANVAS SHOES.
SUITS
A PILE OF MEN'S  SI'ITS.  IIEUI'I.AIil.V sn|.l> AT FROM S7 -^J        *- „.
to 115.00.   SALE PRICE     .__.__. ....... $5.95
13 MEN'S TWO-1'IEG'E SI'ITS. KAMilMI FROM s|..». i„ $7.00 *,- A_
SALE PRICE  $3.95
10 MEN'S TWO.PIECE SI'ITS. RANGINO  FROM $8.60 to $12.00,
SALE PRICE
$5.95
Goods Sold at above Prices not Charged nor Changed
SCHOOLS   CLOSE TOMORROW
Tl... Cranbrook schools will    close
tomorrow lor the summer holidays.
REID & COMPANY
CKAWR00K
B.C.
iDaaaQa_._ijr_aQDQ«! TIIE   CKANKKOOK    HfUltALO
A Question of Importance
FAVORS  RACE MEETING
i.
UK Ml SII!
I-I.
.1..
I'll...
Many of the business  men at. 1
rounding dislriel have, .luring lhe
Cranbrook have a face meeting
in .1 meeting held Tlmrsilay eve.
.lames lty.ni   was   called ... lhc
secretary.     The proposition w.is iliseiissed in
Was shown Ural  it was loo late tins se.isi.ii  i.u
get .... the i-at-liig clrctiil ili.it takes in ilio   to.
I'ii.el.er I'rcek   .....I  Ulauniore, ami it   was su
>...i  had heen tin- only da)  celebrated in Cran
Uie represenlnllves   nl   tin- various lab... iiuiui
Iv   throughout  Hi,-   district, tnighl be willing
in,,.,-is ..I tli.- Tim" Association, ..n.l hold ,i    i
instead ...' ih.' li".' "I sports thai I...if her.-lof-
public on those occasions,    The mi-cling, whlel
expressed Hi.- desire to secure the
point, its well ..s t.. secure genernl iu[ni-.m.ll..n
.tin-,  n uiu; ... ..ii  intelligently ..ml
-ii.'i.il committee was iipiioltili-il ..s follows:
ird,. t.. imuiirc about grounds, etc
.ilile
liners i.l Craubrook and lhc su.
ear, expressed    U.e desire to   see
This iccllng filially culminated
. f... ni    tin-    Council Chambers.
ml T. M, Itoberls w.is named as
.-,] in ,in iuforn.ul manner, aud it
..a im- I'ranbri.nki t" arrange   to
ic   lowns ..i Cnlgary, I.ellilirldgc,
sted    lift    since Labor
.1,   li..-  l.asl    few years,
ii.I wage earners geiiel'nl-
-,. ...i.-r.i 1,- will,  the [ir.i-
meeliug .... Labor Day,
been    presented lo   the
is ., representative .uu-.
wa tic-fa rni'is    on   ibis
i iii,- nui tin tli... w.iiil.l
-eh.    tli Hi ibis idea in
I lii-
James liyan .....I \V. !■'.
X. c.   McKlnstn  .....1   1   1'   ft
iiiiiiii
,1,. t.i
it,form,.li..
louses, etc.
V.   Rollins ..n.l K.   K.  Simpson In
of labor
ll is
regnrdli
expect."
...iii n
Hi., i
Labor Day iu n
l.litinii I., horse
would li.- host
tin
Din
:  yuu
ni.- i
Mill in., kindly aserrtnl
nil; for such a Cl'lebl'.ll ion on l.i.t..:
securing harmonious notion for tliis y.-nr, nnd lire
piomolers ,,( Labor D.i\ w.ll. .1 1.j n in view.
held and proves .. success this year, in the ftilttr.
to l.i- held ia .Inly tn   lhc
l.l.-illilV
lo
ll..'..'!  L..I101
i-d In- lhose wh
I..
l-ll-lllll.    li    .IS
^^^^^^^ rnng-
iiiiiiiti-i- is desirous oi
- t.. consul! with tin-
It. ,i racing meeling is
nri. meetings will have
f ih.- rnclng circuit, nnd,
a.al, ami in lhc ma.....'.' desir-
      LUMBER IS CANADA'S
—- LEADING INIlU'r RY
\l.ii....l-,  II   r .  June 3a,  UK...    j 	
Messrs. Rollins 4    Sim|.son,    Cran- c..KNSUS S|io\VS    IT LEADS ALL
fullemi'i,' Vour .......  in lhe mat-      OTHERS IN VALUE nl-' ITS
n! Cranio      Labor Day ode-! 01 TI'I'T
I...
Ml.-l .-.ilililssiii
111.'.. t-lll|.lovill ll,
Wil'llolll cxccptioi
refusal ... atl.-ii.I
lion .is w.is give.
,1.1 V
When Hi.- mallei
was   suggesled,   ll.
iln- seventy    odd'
we found, and'
.... Indifference, and
.uv     .suit. ,.-IfIn.l
lasl   vi-.ii  on    ilfi
ot
W.ls   Sill |ll 1
I'l'li'lll.llioi
iiri-a-ngc ;i
racing inc.
II.-I..W   a
beard ......
good nl.-..
Illui -if vol.
he a success
l class
cing meet
■si shown
no lii'sila-
w isl, the
. tliis year,
II managed,
Tlio
lew   lllll   expressions
I.f camp and {...o.-i   a
ie general feeling:
• talking."
ct-hi.ig   worlh going to
bus
llu- ponies l.v all
ii- slit,  ol  lhe cuii
.111.1   U,, I,III   Mill,'.
.V     lair
...I, .1	
id
.Ilif
1,1.1 ll
•I   .,  Hi
.111.   the
'Tin- i
ll.uii      	
...a i.l conductor,
mi.es    I......!. s
celebration thai  Cm
wus tin- llrsl yen.  t
We'
l».. I
feellll
mulls
.1.
mil   ll.illl
< iirob-ablt
r.l
thing.**
engineer, Inciting oil. Iwo
"The onlv
...I, ei.'. had,
had lhc race
i in know,
une .'limp in
Iff I   bul lhc
id
tin- matter
nail.'.- ......
MESSRS. III.I.UN'S AND SIMPSON,
t'HANIlltfXlK, lie.
thai it seems .lie ,,1,1 y thing to
. ... ..'gain Cranbrook's reputation
Wlni I over is iiniii', make it a success.
.i s..,,.I sport.
Yours truly,
Mayook Lumber Co.,
Per It. 11. Benedict
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i: SETTLED   AT   LAST 1
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MAR.YSVILI.E, B.C. *
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AND
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OP EASI KOOTENAY
On the Kootenay.   The centre oi the
beautiful country south of Wardner
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DID YOU EVER. j
Tli ink what a privilege awl comfort it would bo to ♦
have a 4
BATHROOM j
In your house V   Tlm cost o£ an outlil  is no! bo ♦
lunch that anyone in ordinary oircumstitimes cuii- x
not atVonl it.    We have just coinpletetl a first elass *
job for a iMistoiuer in Kimborloy t name on application).
Vou win easily have a complete Butbrooiu put in.
Inforinatiiui on this subject (cheerfully givnn,
J. D. McBRIDE
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Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars ''
Importers of
FOREIGN  LK'l'OliK. st'HI.IT/, ItKKK.
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SOLE AGENT FOR CALGARY BEER AND PORTER
i'H.im-: it
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*   Lurge Stock of Latest Designs anil Colorings
I in Wall Papers
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Al.l. WORK OUARANTBBD
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CI....
l.u.fl.
»ss Howell, of I lie Crnnbr.
■ccelvcd lb.' following hill of
i.iI. from Muse !). l-'iffl.ui.l. propria
.1.1- ..I llu- Cn|iilul Restaurant at
II..im.nu. IV.isb.. which will In- read
»iil. Interest:
SCNI1AY DINNERS, Al).  1007-8
li, II. .il I  vuu   Iff ml. dinners, hut
here is a Chinook Wnwn Wnwn
Soup
Luk.ilcl.ee Spoon Muck-n-Mnck
Chit In
Relishes
Sii,,.iiiiiiii, SI I...... M.i.-lfii-Mn.-li
lioo.b.ck
Fish
Cliinnuk Salmon      Quinlnull  Salmon
iil.i.-li.nis Tcuns Pish
lliiileil
Minis Moos Ynkn Tun. Tutu
Moos Moos Yaka Wiimii Wail.i
Ynliii Elinwlll
Kill rci-s
Siiiash   Lnimnl     la|.o !..|.   b.|. I'iiv
Si,|„,l,.|
Siirusli Liipool l'..p.,|„r,.
Ronsl   ■
llnwich Mowich n.-l.ii.
M mloek  Delate
I'j'l,..     Thus     Muuluil,     Chel  Wood
Ku.-li Liu-li K.il.ih-l.iil.ili
Kwelsllonl.'.' Siiiui
Vegelul.les
W'appaloo I l.il.iili I.a.-alet
Dessert
I'll i.l.illv Die Klal.. olo.lv I'll.
Sole  i-i,. Siilliilulillv Pie
Ti.loosh Pic        Sliutulili 'I'i,-
Klosl.c Kntikwu Iklubs
(Kl.ihs.-Means evcrylhing, Including fiti.ituu,mm,iuu. feet ni standing
llmhci in Chehnlis ciiuniy lur lonlh-
pieks lor .he occasion.)
Returns ol the   manufactures     nf
iiiiiitfii by eliissi-s, its shown in the
.p., i.il census oi lasl yenr, goes lo
..rove til.tl  ll..'   snwmilling Industry,
uili. ,i Ipiil oi $50,110.1,081,  is the
lurgvsl single fnclo. in the mnmilnc-
tures ..I .be Dominion. If to ibis
uc added tin. |illlp industry anil pro-
■i-ssi-s by wbtcli biiiilii-i is converted
Into curious uses ii.f preponderance ot
.In- lumbering ludiislrj   would be ...--
..'iitiiiiii'il st.ll  v       The returns
emphasize tl.e progress inndo by various departments ...    Canadian Indus-
in.'s nggrcgiito Hi.' n.l I Camvdlnn
iii.itnif.ii'iiiii's iii In...: us amounting
... S7l.'.,..:i.'.,tiiir., euii.pnrfd with MM,-
1153,375 ... It.ill. Hfi in ns iu detail
-lifil ,i new Iiniii on Ibe situation.
I,, practically .ill tbe staple Imlus-
Icies ibeic bas been not-mnl progress
..I 311 |icr i-i-i.. or .b.'i'.'iibo.ils, whilst
... mam instances the .ulvance is remarkable.
Tin- iitintiip.il manufactures ranged
according to lhe value ill lhc output
.ne: Snwmilling, Ho... and grist
mills, clothing, bolter and cheese,
smelling, slaughtering and .neat
packing, fnumlurit's ami mnc-hinc,
shops, bonis und shoes, lumber products, bread, his.-..its and confectionery, IciiHier, .'..is ...id car works, cottons, printing .....I publishing, agricultural implements, ear repnirs, plumbing and tinsmith.
The smelting Industry,    which now
shows an    output of (117,330,311,1, bus
.jiindruplcd    in   live years, uml    the
iii.iiiiifii.'luri' of   electrical   apparatus,
supplies for the iiiiinuta.'turc of cli'c-
ig-h! and   power have also tr.-bl
led.       Tlie value ot lumber products
s 1101.1.111!; print-lug and bookbinding
luslrles have Increased Iheir output
0 per cent;    the   1m.m1fact.1re    of
aerated an.l mineral waters has    Increased 170 per cent; axes and tools,
171. i.e.- cent,   Portland eenicnt,   170
per cent;   bridges,    135    per    cent
bridges, 13.", lie.' cent
drugs, 100 per cent; plumbing supplies, 250 per .'.'.it; wire. 110 iter cent;
jewelry and repairs, Ito per cent;
gloves'nml mils, 150 per cent; rooting and moling material, 150 por
ccnl; rubber und clastic goods, mil
per cent.
'i'lic industries whieh in tlie past
live years lmve shown a reduction in
output nre vcrv few. One mauutac-
ti.r-.-i-. thai of 'woolen goods, in llilll.
showed a   v.il f    $7,350,rrl 1.    lu
mon il„. return was $5.71:1.(um. A
striking feature of the return is the
immense growth id tlie ready-made
clothing industry at thp expense of
ibe custom trade.
Respite the large increase In llu.
pnpulntlm. in tlie past live years, the
tiiiiib-iu-nider clothing Industry ha.
declined from (13,153,000 in sto.r.ll.-
030, whilst tl iil|iui nl ready-made
elol'hlnt; lias Increased Iron, tl 1,170,-
00.1 lo »22,nta,(l00. Th,' smoking
uml chewing tobacco onlpiit is smaller lb-.... live years ago. hut .-ignis
.....I cignreltes have nn Increased oi.t-
pui of s.i.ion.oo.i.
WHAT McBRIDE   ACCOMPLISHED
(Krom the Victoria Times.)
Unfortunately   lor    liritisb Columbia, he. ease ful   "heller lerins" was
entrusted to a poor advocate. Premie. Mcllriile has failed along this line.
His record throughout »nl Ottawa
.md ai London can he described only
by Ho- word "lailure." Tlie ease nf
llrilisli Columbia is nol a weak one.
sn ll.nl eventually, prcscnlcd hv .ni
iil.l.i     reprcscittalivc,    the   province
limy get   what   it   is f.-ll   is t ing ...
il.
Thill..' .1
Unci
[mpcrinl   parllamcnl will pass
iiifitilnif.it  to tin- lliiiisb North
iiu  Ail  which Sir Wllfrud l.aui-
Iiik'U'.I    op hv  ii'solulinn nf     .be
I Dominion   purllnmcnl, laid beloro the
llliitish govonuneul.    Tlie umendiiic.l
.  II lohu.liiiifiil  ol    nli.il   the pro-
Inilinl premiers asked, ami Si. Mil
nl in agreeing 'cede In il. Iml
iiil.il ...it iiu- wish ..( tiii< provincial
11.1
nl.iln
Tlie
Mc
sii   Clu
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE
HERALD
J.   P.  Ki.
Merca unit!
I'll.'fls   ni .
Herald this
i'i, 1
Co.,
..lie.
we.
ircsidci.l   ol  tl.e    Ki.il.-
I.I.I., speaking of the
Using,     said     to the
■1..     "1 believe in a.l-
vcrlisfng
...1
1  know by experience
1l1.1t Uu- |u*ii|ili- nl Mils" districl -in-
uiili* .iw.il.i* nml looking for ilic best
place io iiniii*. This fart wns du-
tiHinstiiiti-'l to uie liv our .nl. lu ito
lliTfllil last week. We nilvertlswl a
suit nr clotlies fm tin* man who trletl
on one ol our cclehrnt"wl Campbell's
suits, ami hi-lil the lucky ticket, flinl
a |-»ir i.f Dollv V.irtlrii 'shoes for the
Lilly who liehl the Itu-U ticket. The
result ivim most s.itisi.itioiy. Our
slore was i-rnwdi'tl with |it*o|ik' from
.ill over the ilislrict, uud this was
ninjile eviileiiii- Unit the Herald is
reail liv llie fieuple. They eame liy
llie dozens in rcspoiise to ihe ailver-
liseiiient and also to look over the
i*rcal stork nl goods wc carry, ami
it Wits a source ol great satisfaction
In us 1l1.1t all who i-allfd patronized
us exlenslvely nml went away sat is-
lied. When we can satisfy the people
we are satislied That is nul' aim iti
business, and it is on ihis roiiiiilfltioii
that we have Im ill up our extensive
trade."
SIKH'S RASEBALL CLUB
flu Tuesday ovening, -lune 2,'ith, a
meeting was beld id the C, I'. H.
baseball club and nlliters weie (Heeled. The simps team comprises some
nf the best baseball players iu town
a ltd the team is open to play ball
with anv club Uml may care to put
a -zl.ipi'Viue curve over Ibe plate. The
.illlters elected an' as follows:
II..11. Pres.-lt. D. Smith.
lion.   Vieol'res-I!    Anil v.
l'ti'sideut-U    II    Tedlncfc.
('apt.iin-.I   (V   HHd.
Sei'ielaiv-i:.   .1.  .1 oil ll R OH.
NU WINK FOH THIS BUY
A Muslim mluif-ler says that not
long au.. lie was dining willi n
fiiend. Aimlliet tiiiest present was a
v-iiintr man from Ken lucky, nml tlm
minister was uiiieb nleased by tbe
voutb's somewhat dilTerent vet self-
uossessi'il    maniii l.        lie    also noted
that tbe young man had left bis wine
lllllnitehed.
"Oon'l you drink wine, Air. Otoy-
ton-?*' the ebnrmiiig dangliter or tlm
host asked, lifliiii: ber own ulass ami
sniilitii* across at  Uie young man.
"\n; 1 never tin," he replied, blushing.
"Oh, bul I am sure ynu will tills
lime—jusl one little glass—witb me?"
sin- insisted.
"Nn. thank you," was the resolute
reply, aud Ibe minister looked upon
him'witli growing admiration. The
young lady very nearly achieved a
pout.
"Yuu won't," she asked.
"No," was tbe firm reply. Uinugli
the blush of emnnrrnssm(*nl dit'pened
nn bis chpea "I never drink witu*,"
he addi'd; "bul tf—pr—you have got a
little nlil Hnuilmn, I ieeknn I could
Stand three nr four linger--."—Ex,
11.lifer
iilutt'  of  1'iemie
-r.tnplisl Mil
bi.i trom st.iit i.> finish
ol tin- 11r.ni latum-, which lie umiei
look  in condncl     persoiiullj   toi  lhe
province has   lefl   bis liirnds .iii-l sup
p..thus in grasp nl  veritable straws
 1 ellult   In slim*,   thai  he has lloili*
al   leftsl  sniue gnt.il to Ihe proviii.e.
Tlict  have nllcmiitcd to sltow that
Hon    Uii-h-.ud   .Melllide.   after   several
montlis     in London, nccutnplislied    a
-rniHl    victory in    having struck nut
nm  the stalpincnl  tif tbe Incrensed
llownucc tu tbt- provinces it is \o lie
a   lillill  and   unalletable seltlcmcnl."
Nothing could lie more fallacious.
I'he history uf tbe whole move wliieli
Premier Mcltti.le made fur better
terms seems In have consisted uf .successive attempts to undo the errors
..I which he Wmself was gulttr.
In a must direct way I Inn. Mr. Mc-
Bride was responsible fur the objectionable phrase which has been struck
mil, belli-; in the resolution whieh
went I'm wnrd in London. He was
nne of tin- committee selected iu Un-
Iv hours 1.1" ihi* inlet-provincial
ice which mot at Ottawa last
fall tu whom wen- entrusted ihe tusk
nf preparing a resolution embodying
lb" views uf llie ineinhtus of the conference nn the subject matter of the
resolutions adopted at the conference
held al Quebec in 1003, which, it was
tell. WOllld he lhe basis nf the UtOii
conference.
Tiuit (.'ominif tee's report was adopl-
i-'l iinanimousl)*, and was in the ei-
feci that the subject mailer uf Uio
resolution uf tin* Quclicc coiiiei-eiiec uf
IJIU2 should be pressi'il upon tbe Dominion government under reserve uf the
iiniii nf uuv province tu submit tn
the Dominion government memoranda
iu writing concerning nny claims It
mav have tu larger sums than Urns,-
set'nut.
Thus Premier McBride in a mosl decisive way lied himself lo ito resolutions nf 11102, whieh were rejected hv
Briiish Columbia at that time. Tlm
failure nf Hon. Mr. Mi-Bride, in "make
good" in Uu- matter of British Columbia's claims before the conlerenee
was followed by his historic withdrawal from the conference, the premier prolestlng always that he withdrew iu a vcrv dignified manner.
The language nf Uu* resolution nf
I iniii wiis iidnpied hv inserting tlio
phrase "(liml and unalterable settlement''' in referring lo ibe increased
grants, Premier McBride as a mem-
' f the  committee    which recom-
DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION, NELSON, B. C.
Two Whole Day*1 nf Pleasure an.l Sport
MONDAY and TUESDAY, JULY 1st anil 2nd, 1407
l.isi ut I'vt-iii*. larger ami more elaborate than ever.
PRIZES $5,000.00 PRIZES
IlltANll PARADE
CIIILDItKN'B si'iHtrs
CAl.KUOMAN Sl'iUtTS
LAWN TKNMH
UKK.KKT
PUNY   HACKS
JUNlOll UAKKItAl.l,
miKMKX'H SPORTS
I'i IOTP.Al.l.
LACKOSSI-;
THAI' SIIO0TINH TOI'UNAMI'.NT
o.aml sti.-i-t I'aiadeotlbe Yneckliel.V Nolaii Mlmilrel Show, with
their nwn   ItrilBH Hlltltl,
URAND AtJUATIC OARNIVAIi
ll.ntl Races. I.tiuu.-li Riicch. Canoe ItaceH,
Com Iiiiiiii^ with an e!!iliiiriiiePyinle.liiiiel»i»|.lay and 111 imited Pnittde.
Tl..* Nelson Clly lliiml will be in alt lance each tiny.
EXCURSION KATES ERO.M Al.l. PARTS
liveryhmly Come
w.m iiivivi:
I'hali-iii
||t*< Wii|[*ulll   mi: MAVOII
\\. I-   Iiii.I.ITI. fl. IIOIIS'I KAIL
PI.KHUKS WELL KEPT
The Liberal government has been
trui' io the people whn reposed Iheir
cniiliileliee   iu   Hie   men   clinsen   to   **OV-
ern the country. While Imth parties
can promise prosperity, any parly
may sn direct the affairs ot a nation
Unit favorable conditions under
wliieli prosperity may flourish can be
created, This was done by the Liberal government. Its western im-
migration policy peopled that country with sturdy homescekers, Transportation was facilitated sn that,
eastern Canada participated iu ihe
Impetus given tu business nf everv
character.
The latin was sn ordered that
siillicieni protection was given to infant Industries, and at the same time
it was sn spread over the entire list
uf Importations in a moderate manner that enhanced revenue was the
direct result, aad means were provided whereby great public works for
tbe benefit nf all the people were
commenced ami carried tn successful
completion,
The strictest supervision was promised over public expenditure. Proper
economy, having regard to a due performance nf lhe public service, was
promised anil duly put in practical
operation. A severe syslem of audit ing heft ue payment, is insisted
upon, and iu this regard alone il may
be said that many thousands of dollars of lhe peoples' money have been
saved.
Lands have found their way Into
the hands uf tbe setller, with the result that, under the present administration, thousands of hoinefrteador*!
are found each year occupying the
lands as againsl hundreds under a
Conservative,
Lands heretofore supposed to he
worthless, have been transferred 1o
Irrigation companies upon ihe express,
condition that hundreds uf (hotumnd't
nf dollars shall tits I he expended in
ii rigalion ditches.
Coal lauds remain the property of
the government. They may be leased fnr a liinn uf vears, and it is provided lhat the actual setller shall
purchase his find nl a reasonable
price. The lands must, tie worked or
ihev revert to the government,
SALR OK PAYNE MINK
The once famous Payne mine has
been sold to Senator Forget for $t.n,-
iiiiii. The property was sold by public unci inn iu Montreal hy the Royal
Trust company for the bondholders.
The bidding was started by the senator at $K(Hl and from that price lhe
bids jumped up iiniii $110,000 was
reached when the property was
knocked down lo Mr. Forget.
For vears tbe Payne stood at the
head of the list of British Columbia
dividend payers, over $I,nmi,(i(io having lieen paid nut to s-hnrehnlders.
The property consisted of four claims
til small, located on September (Ml),
liese   being    therefore pi
"lified   with    *tto laium.
mended
I [amused. ^^^^^^^^
It    remain.>il  fm-      the  leader of the
opposition iu the local legislature to
malic tbe first formal prntest against
ibis language.    'I'he analytic mind nf
.1.   A.   Mnej.inald      quickly discovered
iin objection to this langiingp and nu
nehalf nf the Liberal opposition in
British Columbia he forwarded a protest to Ottawa ngatnst ibis phrase
being incorporated. When he asked
in the legislature if the premier oi
the government had done any tiring in
"    linn. Mi. McBride     wns
silent, He had never seen anythin-*
lo protest against in thai neither at
Ottawa nor on his return. Mr, Mac-
donald ful ther followed his formal
protest, wliieli was sent to Ottawa,
by moving in Hie legislature a resol
ution protesting against the $100,000
annually of an additional subsidy being accepted as "a final and unalterable sett-lenient." The government;
side, however, wnuld bave nothing tn
do with the resolution, but preferred
rather to press a resolution which
had only for iis object the laudation
uf Uu* premier.
Tin* objectionable phrase has been
struck nut in the hill before Hie Imperial parliament and Premier McBride, wilh nothing else upon which
he can put forward a plea of iustlfi-
catioti fur all the time has bas expended tn no purpose on the subject,
now seeks to make it appear lhat he
lias done a herculean task in getting
this phrase struck out.
Tlie language was certainly objectionable, hut it is questionable what
the real effect of leaving it in wont'1
have been. Laws under British institutions are mil like Hie laws uf
the Medes and Persians, wliieli was
unalterable. Because an act declares
tbiil it shall not be altered does nut
preclude its being repealed or amended subseqiieiilly. *--o Ami there could
not lie said tu ve been the same
danger as at first appeared in Ibis
language.
Premier McBride will come back to
Victoria having urosslv bungled British Columbia's case' fnr "better
Icrmx" from the time he touched it.
Leading Conservnllves when he slart-
ed for London shook (heir heads and
said Ihey could not see whal lie ex-
peelcd to tain liv his trip. The
province will now wonder what be did
ami anxiously a wail bis explanation.
FULFILLING A VOW
Eugene Ifigt-ins was en'-ertuinin-*
iit dinner, in Monte Carlo, a party or
Americans. The talk fuming1 Hi
plav al the Casino, Mr. Ili*-rgins described au incident thai lie had witnessed tlie uiiiht before.
"hi one of Hie gold rooms," be
said, "a gentleman in lavender gloves
was playing in wonderful lurk, win-
nine: nearly every sialic. As a great
slack of plaques—yon know those
beautiful, big gold     nieces called pla-
line from S.imlnn. The .-ompany own- Ulnj'cs at |*.J.     What do you .In
i^l,,,RT{!ysSs:'a|'i,aliZ"1    "fWS-  Hayer smiled, Krim-
Presumably,    »»    ,l"' liomlliolilcra .lj-. „ ,     ,,
celvo a cent. ;i
Dominion Day Celebration
Race Meeting
FORT STEELE
Monday, July Isl, 1907
PROOKAMril':
1100 YAltUS RACE, l'|  Lest -2 ..ut of :',.
'-MII.I-: RACE. Opeii, brat 2 out of 8   	
800 VARUS PONY   RACE, 142 anil under,
Lost 2 ...it :i   	
800 VARUS SADDLE HORSE RACE, bent
2 out of 8, for burst's tl.ut have never won
pnl,lie money, 1.'.0 ll.s. tip, In.liuns barre.1
800  YARDS  INDIAN   SADDLE   HORSE
RACE    	
800 YARDS SQUAW RACE	
WRESTLING ON HORSE HACK 	
$50      $20
$50      fJ'Jii
-■'in
-310
$10
$10
$10
Pour to enter.   Three to start.    Entries .-lime nt 1 ..'rln.-k on
.Inly 1st.    K.ii'eu Blurt I o'olock slii.rp,
HAST KOOTHNAY
DYE HOUSE
OION'I'S LIST
S..-...I..-.I.' Ienn.il I......I
Soils  11.88   i1.75   ta.r.u
Jackets      .5
Pauls     lis
Vests, fancy, Plain
and all colors ....     2.1
Raincoats   I.nil
iheico.its   l.liu    1.50
Full Overcoats   1.35
Kur Overcoats	
Hats   Krom
Dressing Oownis
I.ui. I.till
5U 7.1
DU 50
1.511 1.75
1.75
1.75 a.25
2.50
50
from 	
Sweater 	
Caps, Neckties and
Gloves l-'ionl
ll.ess   Suits   	
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LADIES LIST
■s, Plain
Fall Dress.'
Krom 	
Skirls,  Plain 	
Evening Dresses
Kruni 	
Skirls	
Waisls, Plain 	
Waists,   Kancy 	
Opera Cloaks 	
Trimmed Hats	
Gloves, Neckties
All iJiiiils ...Krom
Lace Curtains 	
Piano Covers
Krom 	
Hugs, all kinds
Krom 	
Portieres   ... Krom
Draperies Krom
Doilies, Itattcuburg
Kr.nn 	
1.50
1.1.11
75
1.7.1
1.25
1.25
1.50
50
75
75
1.110
1.50
50
5
511
7.1
15
25
50
fill
1.110
2.1
40
I).esses
Robes
Hoiilii-ls
lings ...
Kins 	
['nuns,
Police m
I'licse
CIIII.DKKNS' LIST
..Kin...
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511
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...   From ao
 Kin... 10
 From 20
Outfits,     Naval,   Military
l Lodge Uniforms,
. rices Includu ptt'sslng     ami
small repairing.
Any nf nlinve articles .lone at. ball
price as first ...der.
'>'H":    .1.   LRASK,  Tailor
MOYIE
DAIRY
IIATT ,li KOSSOM, Prop.lelnis
This Dairy will deliver
milk every morning in
Cranbrook.
The milk is of the best
quality, rich and pure.
MOYIE   -   B. C.
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* THE MOSrCIISTIA liMBI.SSIN.I
♦ A Trial Will Convince
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*'    I have secured machinery foi ♦
i ' cawing wood, ami am mm* pre- T
] | pared lo contract fnr Wood of any T
{ , length, In large or small yuan- J
titles. __T^
' '    Out-of-town eniitraets .•nliriie.l.
]! Kor further intrlicularH tuUfrem
::R. .SricNEILL
. . Cranbrook, 11. C.
| J. EDGAR DAVIS \
Itlillk
AND
CEMENT
WORK
„„INK ,16    CKANltkOOk
♦
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AT ONCK
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$2.00 A YEAR THE ITtANHHOOK'lll'HAU)
If you  want a  DOQ  COLLAR  or  CHAIN j
SEE   OCR   WINDOW
Wc* have a QARDEN HOSE that
will stand the water pressure this
year. Try a length on our sprinklers
J. G. McCALLUM & CO.
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The Cosmopolitan
K. II. SMALL
Manager
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER.
A CHILD'S REBUKE
pet ol tin-
slept,
e    breakfast
household had over-
was waiting    ne-
And  the aunt;
boy
That lie wns
chiding the little
die
ling .
slow.
llll it"!!
A slioest ring    was missing,
was off,
And everything seemed out ol place,
The .'limits of liisi'iiiiriieeini'tit  gathered a lound
The dour little fellow's (ace.
At length his
plots,
Hut lhe lilll.
And cried, "D.-a
down
Till my nitirn
"W.u
toilet was all
hate hinisellt How lie must ''V to
roll away Irom himsell and sleep on
the other side ol the bed! When tho
only victory he can think ol .s some
mean victory, in which be bas
wronged n neighhor No wonder he
sneers when he tries to smile, How
pure, nml Mir, nnd Rood, all Hie rest
ol llie world musl look to him, and
how cheerless, .-.ml dusty, and dreary,
musl lif own path appear. Why,
even one lone, isi.lat.il act of meanness is enough In sculler crumbs in
the I..-,. "I the average, ordinary
...an. and what must he the feelings
..I a man whose life is rriven up
ineiin aits' When there is
suffering, and heartache, and mi
in the world anyhow, why should
add one nound ».t wickedness
. 1,1 the general   burden?
slice .i tl -ami limes ..ill
mil it once
bov si ill
i Auntie
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I.UnBER and
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Also all kinds ol
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Ne*ier.t tn ritfliniiil mul llepo
tlniiH for id*- public imequ
Mot mil tulil Kulm
liui-Ho uimlorl a Specially
iliirnl Siablinv in Con net. I Ion
Hub RCCQIUtnoda
Ht-fl tu Crnnbrook
Hogarth & Collins
 Proprietor-*
Robinsoii-McKcMizie Lumber Co., Ltd.
I t.ilt   breakfast     la   over," bis
Auntie cried.
"For once it will nol lie wrong."
Tin- little boy, starllrd ..ml grieved
replied
"W.iil, keep flinl watting bo long?"
IP I ONLY HAD CAPITAL
Young man, vnu aln-adv hnve cap!
Inl. Ymi have hanils, foot, bone,
liniin, muscle, health, itn.t are nnt
Iheno capital? Wlint more capital
lias (iml Riven to anybody?
"Well, if I only bad n tew thousand
dollar.s in cash capital." Hut these
nre Iwttcr Minn cash capital, for no
imi1 can take them from you, and
with Hies-- -on can earn cash. Our
men of wealth and influence did not
start witti anv cash capital. They
went to wnrk' with their plow, the
hue, the .jack plane nr lironti axe, and
in time their capital brought tbem ■■
rich harvest. Ah! this Is the nil),
ynu don't want tu work; you want
money on credit, so you can piny the
gentleman, and speculate, ami by
playing the vagabond. Von want, to
marry a rich **irl who will support
you. Von want lo wear line clothe!'
and smoke cigars and lie a gentleman
of leisure.
Shame on ynu, young man! fio tn
work with the capital ynu have, and
you will soon make interest enough
upon it tn give ynu as much money as
ynu need. It you cannot make
money upon what capital ynu have,
you 'could nnt if you had a larger
amount iu cash. if ynu waste your
present capital ynu would waste
money if yuu bail it. Then don't)
stand around a helpless fellow, waiting or something to turn up, but go
lo work Take the lirst- work vnu
can -ret to do, and do it well. 'Always ito your best, and if ynu man-
ago ynur present capital well you will
soon have plenty more lo manage.
CAN T BECOME A MILLIONAIRE?
Yes, you can become a millionaire
by eating the bread of carefulness,
rising early and lying down late;
getting and keeping, aud caring little
or nothing about other men's wauls,
suffering or disappointments, ami not
minding or caring that your meat
wealth may involve the poverty ol
many others. Ynu must never give
away mnney except for a material
equivalent, nor go meandering about
nature, nor spend your time enjoying
air, earth, sky and waler; for there
is no money in it. You must not
distract your thought from the great
purpose of your life with the charms
luf ait and literature, nor let philosophy or religion engross you during
(his secular period, or even allow
ymir wife ami children to occupy
much nf your valuable time. Yoii
must abandon all other ambitions or
purpose, ami finally ynu must be prepared to sacrifice ease ami all fanciful until.ns you may 'have about
tastes, luxuries and enjoyments, during most, if not all of ynur natural
life. Now if you think tlie game is
worth the candle you ean die, rich—
some of you can.
KEEP IT TO YOUHSELF
You have trouble, ynur feelings are
Injured, ymir husband is unkind, ynur
Wife fiets, your home is not pleasant,
vnur friends ilo not treat vou fairly,
.md things in general move unpleasantly. Well, what ol it" Keep it,
to yoniself. A smouldering tiro cau
l.t* found and extinguished, but when
coals are scattered ynu can't pick
them up. Bury ynur sorrow. The
place for sad and disgusting things
is under tho ground. A cut linger is
not benefited by pulling oft the plas-
tii and exposing it to cvoryhdy's
eye. Charity eovetetli u multitude
sins.        Things thus covered are
red without a sear; but, once published ami carried to meddling
friends, there is no end to tho
trouble they mav cause, Keep It to
yourself. Troubles an- transient;
and, when a ___ sorrow Is healed
.uul )i
Saw and Pianino; Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber
CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
"No
-il, uli.'ii ii comfort It Is to
one cv.'. knew it till it was
.ic
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SuBer
■i tl.nn'
THE TALE OF AMALGAMATED
'i.j.ih'j-   cliroi
if   lllls-illi-ss I
Kill Inns have
■a I Mi. power
n..uii.'i..l arena,
,'vi'i  tempted
cnlnr,
'npper
l...
lureaoiie
.... defer.
f ll.'in
ami Hie
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opper history.
.,- v.-... man ■
nplncalilo
n    l.i ic-
.1.
in.iiii.I I..i
uml tlie
Olid wins stream
lourli
oinpanie,.
mil     l
III   Wl'llllll
ItnrchoMers
1 1
spec
il.ilnrs  wen
Popper a
spectacular
..... .....I Iln-
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ic.'i's. investors
nrliii'iiini ureal
seventeen cents
fiiltinii'-iniill'l nf
rosy
was
Tin-
■ pro-
f    dnllars,
pctrnlctun
,lf wns less
nl .Inllnrs.
if .I..- effort
I he uriisp-
Kivc
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
BE A MAN
Foolish spending is the father of
poverty. Bo not be ashamed nf hard
work. World for the best, salaries
and wages vnu can gel, but work for
half price rather than be idle. He
your own master, and do not let
society or fashion swallow up your
Individuality—lint, coat and hoots.
Do not eat up or wear out all that
your earn. Compel ynur sel lish body
to spare something for profit's sake.
Be siingy to your own appetite, but,
merciful in others necessities, Help
others, and ask no help for yourself.
Sec that you are proud. Let your
pritte he nf the right kind. Be too
proud to wear a coat you cannot
buy; ton proud to tie iu company that
cannot keep up with in excuses;
"too proud to lie, or steal, or cheat;
too proud to tie stingy; in short, he a
man of integrity and Individuality,
Drop in and see us any lime.   We are on deck 25 hours
oul of (he 24
THE HERALD $2.00 A YEAR
A MEAN MAN'S THOUGHTS
Sometimes wc wonder what a mean
man thinks about when he goes to
bed; when he turns out the light nnd
lies down; when the darkmess closes
in around him and he is alone aud
compelled to he honest with himself.
And not a bright thought, nor a
generous impulse, not a manly act,
not a word of blessing, not a grateful
look, comes to bless him again. Not,
a penny dropped into the outstretched
palm of poverty, nor the halm of a
loving wonl dropped into an aching
heart; no sunbeam of encouragement
cast upon a struggling life, Hie
strong right hand of fellowship
reached out to help some fallen man
to bis feet—when none of these things
come to him as the "Ood bless you"
|ot the   departed    day, how ho must
fort
was tin
if rich h-__^_™--i_--
ponr men. Tlie outlook Wl
with promise for consumptioi.
fiisi overtaking production.
But :i    slnster simdow   hum
The shadow of   Slnndnrd (Ml
total   value nf   American cop|
diietton for the year ISM
nne hundred     millions    <
whilst   tin*  total  value of
produced in the    same yi
Mian lifty seven     millions
Here was a prize woiihv ■
nf billionaires,       ('mild il
ed?
April 27. 181)11, saw    .1..      	
birth tn the enllossnl Amalgamated,
fathered ami olllceml hv Standard
oil interests VI. (! Hocltefeller, W.
Rockefeller, II. I! Rogers, I*'. P. 01-
liimi's SI Milium nml Robert
Biienn were    Its   director!*.     Behind
Amnlgnmaied si I Slnndnrd Oil and
its iilliliatiniis. Hie National Citv
Bank and "The Standard Crowd," lis
powerful ;i group of financiers ns
could he well conceived, Literally,
billions hacked  the combine.
Controlling interest in four giant
copper producers was secured, giving
\malganiatcd control nf one-third of
the copper production of the failed
States. On May -HIi. IXflfl. the public was given an opportunity to subscribe for the slock. Here was an
Impregnable combine. Beside it the
Recretan Syndicate looked small indeed. Rumors of further consolidations filled the air; the leading producers id the world were to he welded into nne glnni corporation which,
absolutely controlling the supply,
would Indicate l-hn price. The de-
innmrwas unmistnkeahle. Stool- to
the value nf four hundred millions nf
dollars was subscribed in two hours.
The world's keenest Investors were
alive to the possibilities of copper.
But- disillusion was in store. The
pxpdcted era of combination did not
materialize. Too late lhe public
mili/eil that the lifelong inctics of
Standard Oil were being employed by
Amalgamated,      In li if affiliating
with competitors it sough! to crush;
when its adversaries were on their
knees surrender would he possible
onlv on terms Imposed by Amalgamated.
ft was u daring coup—k.pture of
the world's copper revenues was the
prize. Amalgamated, in face of a
demand that ensured its magnificent
mollis, began to sell its cnpjier he-
tow the market.
Copper was selling at nineteen cents
per pound nine days afler Amalgamated closed its subscription books;
it then began to sat*, no time was
lietng lost, in January, HUM, copper
was selling at sixteen cents per
pound. Why should the copper merchants of the world buy from Calumet and Heel,i, or from Kin Tinto at
in cents when Amalgamated proilered
its copper at IR, L'l, 12, IfU cents
per pound? for to that price the
metal ultimately sunk on January \A,
1002. Each reduction of a cent per
nound meant an annual loss nf J6,-
500,000 annually to copper producers!
The mines controlled by Amnlgamatr
ed had inexhaustaWo supplies of copper mi mil tiy the most approved
methods known to science. They
wnuld pav at. [trices that made every
copper producer bankrupt—at least so
thought Rogers, captain nf Amalgamated. Anyhow, the game was
belli"; played with tho people's
money.
Il was a war of endurance. Beneath tbe tread ot the mammoth
combatants the groundwork of cop
per values crumbled away, Investor
and speculators alike meeting ruin in
the resultant fall nf Block values,
"Standard Oil," says a writer in a
recent number of the New York
Cress, "has accumulated its vast
wealth hy depressing the price of oil
and buying Inrgo producing properties, then advancing tho price and assessing the world to pay fnr the
same. Thus they have the people
wholly dependent on the oil Industry
serfs. Their profits reaped from the I
serfdom lmve been governed by their
greed, and their accumulation of
wealth and enormous dividends have
startled the world."
Against Standard Oil, however, was*
arrayed Calumet and Hccla, tho copper giant of Ibe world, and, negatively at least, the tremendous financial 'power ol lhc Rothchilds with
their control of tho great Rio Tinto
cornier property.
Those mines, combined with a
number of Independent producers who
shunned the yoke Amalgamated
sought to place on their necks, began
to store their copper. The mines of
Amalgamated were left to supply the
world's demand.
A titanic task! The world's copper mines could barely accomplish it.
Not, to do it meant utter defeat, as
copper lacking from one source,
would compel buyers to seek another
and pay the price dictated by the
natural law of supply and demand.
In the last herculean struggle all
tlie surplus copper stored hy Amalgamated was poured on the market,
It was swallowed up.
Then Amalgamated sold its copper
yet unmined   under    future delivery
The
"Cop-
•d the
tract three months ahead.
move did nnt even gain respite.
per! Give us copper!"    clamor
•his great buyers. The financial
power ol Amalgamated was not    ex-
Bted, hm its copper supplies were,
h was powerless to lill the demand
Standard oil. in the guise of Amalgamated, had met its Waterloo,
he    exhaustion of     Amalgamated
im -il the demand from where it had
fought bitterly to keep it, Iiuli-
IK'iidi-nt copper producers with overflowing bins had bided their time.
Tins was their opportunity. A tte-
nendous supply of copper poured into
in* world's markets.
In'the entire history of the metals
is not recorded such n situation—
.ncli an outcome, Logically prices
hould have crashed down under the
opper flood,
Au instant advance took place.
SHORT TALKS ON' ADVERTISING
(B. C. .Saturday Sunset.)
Advertising is or should be consld
•red us ihe    auxiliary salesman    or
sales promoter ol the business.   It is
ml an expense su much as it  is     an
nvestment,       The right kind of advertising is that which while promo I-
ng sales enhances the reputation   of
the advertiser.
Tbe  first object    of the intelligent
iveitisei is to    reach   the greatest
number of possible   customers,     Nu
other medium can accomplish this sn
veil as ;i    newspaper.     Newspapers
ml   magazines are    the only media
mployed by many of the largest advertisers in' Hie world.       With them
dyer Using is a service.     The choice
»f a medium is of Hie very first Importance,
There arc many other ways of advertising and doing it successfully
too, hut the most economical and effective method yet discovered is
through   the   newspapers and maga-
Sehemes there are without number.
Almost     every   day   some   plausible
talker drops in to the business man's
llice   o(*     stoic    with  a    new  one.
Ninety-nine out. of a hundred are not
worth wasting time over.
Under the guise of advertising    all
nts nf  excuses to    wheedle money
nut nf business men ate trumped up.
On uue occasion it will be a sou voir bookie I nr "choice work ol art"
put out for the benefit of some popular   or    charitable local Institution.
Pile impression will he given that- the
iilvertiser    hy taking space in "this
valuable work" will  be aiding some
very deserving Institution as well as
securing some good advertising.
As a matter of fact only a small
percentage of the amount charged tor
the advertisement ever reaches lhe
t-i liters of the InsiUutinn nf which it
is pretended lo he iu the Interest. An
advertiser could save money and confer a much greater lienellt upon Mm
organization intended io be heiictttcd
by sending it a cheque for half the
-.mount demanded for the advertisement. Money spent iu this way
hould md be charged to advertising
but lo charity, As a rule these
publications have no circulation or interest fnr the public outside of thu
copies printed and distributed among
those who spend their money for an
allcdged advertisement jn it.
Kven the legitimate media advertisers may waste large sums nf money
hy not giving lo their space the attention it requires, An advertisement should Im- chanced frequently
unless it is intended simply as a
card,
But- the active, Intelligent sell-
goods kind of an advertisement
should tell a new and fresh story in
every issue of Its medium. It should
present its arguments attractively,
logically nml forcefully and the fact
that its sole business is to make
sales or promote trade should never
he Inst sight of. Such advertising
published iu the right medium will
pay ami it is the most profitable kind
to use.
MASONIC GRAND LODGE
Vancouver, June 20.—The provincial Grand Lodge ot .Masons convened this evening, when Grand Master
Scbolleld presented his address.
Officers were elected tonight as follows;
Grand Master, F. Bowser, Vancouver.
Deputy Grand Master, W. K.
Houston, Victoria.
Senior Grand Warden, II. N. Rich,
Lnduer.
Junior Grand Warden, Edward
Paul, Victoria.
Grand Chaplain, Rev. IL G. F.
Clinton, Vancouver.
Grand Treasurer, Henry II. Watsmi,
Vancouver.
Grand Secretary, R. E. Brett, Victoria.
Grand Tyler, A. Gothard,  Vancuu-
Drink Home Beef
It Is Pur*
It li Healthy
It Is the Best
Ft.Steele Brewing Co.
Cool Suits
for Hot Days
Flannels-hom England.
Blues, greens, grays,
whites  etc.      Beautiful
effects.
Serges — " Imperial"
(registered) Blue Serge
Suits.   Guaranteed (ast
7u)eeJj~genuine Scotch
weaves. Splendid shape-
holding fabric*.
Worsteds—beautiful
grays, in a host of
elegant effects thai are
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$15. up.
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KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Doien  Hints   $1.50
i-.iu.il
t.i ll.iim.,.33'.   Tho
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I..-:.111., and tones
JAMRS
fiuest  beverage on in
use.    I )!i|M,rt> vigor am
_ up the body generally
KERRIGAN
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and Surveyors,
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ii now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarter! in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution it juit up-to-
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TIIK   PAPER   THAT   IS   KKAO   11V   THE   PEOPLE
JUNK *_'7 1907
1 I!WltltllOK  Ili'ltAMl
By tli. Herald   1'utillbl.i.ig Company,
l.iiii.it-il.
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Editor and Manager.
Tbe t1<.-i_.M ib worth im a year. It
costs ouly V-. Nu uiau in South
East hoottuay Call afford lu lie without It, and everyone living outside ol
lit district, who is Interested in tlm
■.iwnrss. ui ihis section, should read
it. It publishes tin- news while it is
cew&, It is coiitrolleil absolutely by
Ue publishers. No clique, paiiy or
Individual dictates its policy. U
duu't try tu pi ■.•-be tin- people. It's
desire is to publish a newspaper that
will be a credit to ito community.
_*>iid iu your subscription and yuu
will be Ui-uMui ever allevward,
Advertising rates SI per inch per
uni tali, nu more and no less.
Heading matter r> rents per Hue
to lion-ail ver Users; in cents per Uue
iu regular advertisers.
li you desire io reach the people ot
South East Kootenay yuu must advertise iu The Herald.
The Herald has ;-. flrst-class i job
plant, and its work is uf the best.
The Herald don't want charity. It
wants a square deal on your lob
work. If we can't suit yuu iu quality and price, kick, uml send your
work [o suine Cheap John house in
the east that never spends u cent in
Cranbreok.
ESj5jj553
MOKE   THAN
4,600 w Month
Thin is the guaranteed fit
dilution uf llie lleiiilil
Pii-io' room uml subscription liftH oji«u to itivestiiM-
I1.111 liy nilveil"N-*tu at any
Iim*-.
The Herald given a dollar
In vulu*- fur u .li.llm in money. Tbt; advertiser l-.au the
right lu know what In* In
receiving for his money.
The llm aid ih one paper
tiiat cumin invt-Htiligutioii.
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'IKCUI.AIION STATIiMliNT
l-'ulluwiiig is    a statement of     the
circulation of   the Cranbrook Herald
for tbe past tl months:
August  5,370
.September  4,315
October  4,aor»
\ovembcr  5,4 tit)
Oeceuiber  5,4UU
.Uuuary  fi.iiUii
Kebruary  4,425
March  4,425
Apill  4,42:t
Total for fl mouths 43,623
'the total for Ibe !) months Is
43,823, which divided by 39, tbe
..umber ol issues during that period,
-hows the average circulation per
Issue to have been 1,1)8 and 31-39.
Tbe aboie is a true and correct
statement ol the circulation of tho
Cranbrook Herald for the time stated.
K.  E. Simpson, Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by tbe said F. E. Simpson, whom I
personally know, this 27th day ol
Way, 1907.
.1. A. Arnold,
J. P. In and for British Columbia.
In eastern Canada and the States
it. is considered a conservative estimate that live people read every
paper issued. In Cranbrook, to be
on the safe side, we place Hie num-
liei at three, which is absolutely
i..ie. mid that would make 3,354 readers of the Herald each week.
These circulation figures can be
■erilied at any time by any advertiser who will take the trouble to go
over the subscription books nr watch
the big press roll out the papers.
This Is where the advertiser gets a
run for bis money. Tlie Herald
would like to see every newspaper
make a sworn statement of its
dilation. Tbe advertiser is
titled to know. He pays bis money
and he should know what he is get
ting in return.
Why don't    all papers iln
Herald docs?
WHY ?
th.
f OBSERVATIONS   \
1 BY THE Ol.l) MAN. *
*» -B-9* -3#9>944 li* 5-:fr K-fc ftft » ft 4 ***
N>.w ami then, because a newspaper
does not express Ideas according lo
ihe opinions held by a subscriber, tbe
subscriber wants to get up on his
bind legs, give vent to a howl of indignation and stop his paper, OI
course when a man dues this, tie is
acting very silly and childish. Dave
Elton, of the Cardston Star and
Mag-rath Pioneer, one of the best.
known and one of the ablest newspaper men in Alberta, who has been
a potent factor in tin- upbuilding of
Southern Alherta, has evidently had
•.nine experience wilh one of these
"stopmy-paper" specie, nnd he comments on it as follows:
No country newspaper man ever
lived for any length of time ihat
did not run a mink some self-math*
Czar who tried to muzzle the
rights nf Free Speech and the
press in words like Ibis: 'Stop
my subscription." Some time
tfce    words   are   more emphatic,
sometimes there's more or less
nf a "scrap,'' but generally and
neatly always il winds up lu this
lime-worn and silly expression:
••Slop my subscription."
Now, a man bas a perfect right
in stop liis papci whenever he
mav choose, hut he has nu right,
as a man to let differences iu-
lluence liim in th. sn. A press
that will subscribe to the wishes
ul' a few Independent of Uie will
ul ihe many is not tit to represent lhe peuple. Au editor that
will sacrifice his own ideas and
tlie voice ol the majority because
lu* is afraid some nne will take
offense and say; "Stop my paper"
in worse than useless .mil alto-
o.-Hn-i iiniii tu post* as a moulder
.■I public thought m opinion.
The Piolieei is uul in thai class
uud novel will he so long as the
present editor bus any power
in directing or governing its
policy. Wc du nut care how
iiuuiy [it-iipie sinp ilifif subscription on Uus wise. tti- would
rut hei the whole thing slop never
t.. go uguili than lo bow down
in the whim nt laiicy ol all) man
or set oi men when that whim or
fancy is in our judgment averse
tu ' the best interests of the
town,
ll is not. llit* lirst lime we have
inn counter in men of this caliber. U'e have iuct tliein before.
Thu.uk goodness Magruth is uot
cumbered with many of them.
Maui oi nut opponents are our
very liesl friends and simply because we diftcr regarding things
ni public concern cuts uu ice with
ihat friendship, love and esteem.
A fellow that can only appreciate
your worth when ynu are flatting
iiim on the back', is, to say al
least,   tint   a     very  stall ncli friend.
In newspaper affairs we aim to
represent the people The columns
nf the paper are open tu our subscribers if they feel that the
editor does not voice popular sentiment. There is no need tor any
..in* to "lly ot! ibe handle" and
Imagine they are going to turn
ihe wurld upside down by stopping a subscription. That is tbe
veriest fully and nonsense. Our
opinions are our own and tbey
.aw dear In us. Having been
convinced of a certain thiVig uud
nilli conscientious that it is for
llie public good, we mean to con-
lend fur it with all the [acuities
we possess, both in private speech
and public print. There's tbe
position we occupy. No man has
a right to say we are righting
against his interests when we are
bat i ling Tor the common good.
si.TImt which will bring the greatest j-otwl to the greatest number
is the thing we are in need of.
Some cowardly skunk, afraid to
make an accusation over liis own
name, has attacked W. C. Simmons,
nt Lethbridge, in ah article tu * the
News, and sneaked behind the signature "Taxpayer." The editor of the
News makes a great mistake in permit ting liis columns to be used iu
ihat kind of a maimer, and iu doing
su. belittles his paper, and leave.1!
himself open in ihe accusation of hern- in sympathy with such despicable
rai-tices, This is a controversy out
■f our territory, yet it Is a question
i journalistic ethics, and being per-
niially acquainted with Mr. Simmons, we Know that no man has lhe
moral rii*ht tu adopt, highhiudei
methods in tin* discussion of a public
matter with thai gentleman,
Nil" wine growers of France accuse
the manufacturers id selling ad.ilt-ered
wines. We have noticed something
peculiar in our chain pa--.ne ot lute,
but did imi dream of adulteration,
The business men of Craubrook
'huuiil mak-e a united appeal for the
lelive.ry of express in Cranbrook. The
time hns now come to demand this
niivenit-iit-e in Cranbrooto.
The big wheat crop in Alberta will
issist iu bringint* more people to
British Columbia,
Keep on boosting the town that
ynu live in.
Take the Herald and get lhe news
For sume months the Herald office
Ims been receiving circular communications from some individual In Vic
torla who signs himself "A. B. C
This man believes in Chinese labor,
ami berates the Laurier administration on account ol the 1500 head tax
that has virtually stopped Chinese
immigration in Camilla. He places
the Chinaman above the American
or the man from New Zealand
Australia, and even the Englishman
has a close nm to get iu ahead of
the Ch Iim man in this man's estimation. He speak1- with gluwini* pride
of the money the Chinaman saves
and sends hack ln his country, and
uses ilir fact as an argument In favor
ol lowering the head tux on the Chines-. Then to clinch the whole mat-
let, he says lhc people o( Victoria
must have the Chinese. II Victoria
is so stuck nn the Chinese, Victoria
should secede from the Dominion and
stmt up an Oriental dynasty of its
own, where Uie Chinese might predominate and labor he forced down to
the lowest point. The average Victorian is happy where his money is
drawing big interest and he Is paying
the lowest wage for work performed.
That is nne of the reasons that Vie-,
torifl is slow.
A successful race meeting would he
a great thing (nr CrnnhrooK.
Cranbrook continues to grow.
.fudge Henderson has been appointed
governor of tlie Yukon, and what u
bowl is going tip from certain Conservatives. The judge Is competent
and Is a Liberal. Why should he nol
be appointed?
The B. P. Saturday Sunset Is a
new weekly paper Just issued in Vancouver, Never in the history of
Western Canadian journalism has
there been such a pretentious venture
in the newspaper Held. The first
number of the Saturday Sunset consists of  20 pages,   printed on finely.
coated bunk paper, and mechanically
it is au artistic gem. But still better than the typographical appearance Is the character of the matter
printed. From the first page to the
last cm he found articles that will
prove in teres lint;, from Vancouver to
Halifax. Messrs. Ford and McConnell are to in- congratulated on tlie
magnificent start t hey ha ve made,
ami fm their sake and the sake ol
British Columbia, we earnestly hone
that Ihe It C. Saturday Sunset will
he a permanent an.l gratifying success.
Here Is the latest   Spring pOCtll pel-
pet rated by some unknown genius.
How sweei  is the spring,
When the birdies sing,
Ami  the baseball  fans.
And the also lans
Commence to plan then annual plans,
Ami the good housewife with hei head
in a towel,
Teals up the   home    while  the liable:,
howl.
Eleven years ago last Saturday the
Liberal parly assumed the reins' of
governmenl in Canada, and the most
radical Conservative will'have to admit tti.it those eleven years embrace
Canada's greatest period of prosperity*
The Masonic (Hand Lodge met in
Vancouver last week and elected officers. Il is a strange co-incidence
that nol a single up-country member
was officially recognized, everv successful candidate being from Vancouver or Victoria, with one exception,
.mil he was from Ladder, just below
Vancouver. Tlie
great politicians.
people
And then it rained,
Crnnbrook has a great reputation
as a residential town, aud that reputation is a good asset for any
city.
For years   our good friend Smvth,
of the    Movie  Leader,  *as lived the
life of   the I onely bachelor.       Now
Smyth has always been popular with
the ladies, and il has been a puzzling
question with his friends why lie has
never succumbed to some one of   tlie
many attractive     madams of Movie.
And,     evidently,    the    matter    has
weighed   heavily   in     (he   mind    of
Smyth, for be breaks forth as     follows in his last- -issue:
To wed, or not lo wed;
That is the quest ion.
Whether 'tis better
To remain single,
And disappoint a few Women—
Foi a time;
or marry,
Aud disappoint one woman—
For life?
We know men who bend their knee
iu public on Sunday and skin every
one tbey can Iu private the rest of
the week.
A political pull is often a great
business asset.
Tlie Macleod Gazette has come lo
life again after a peaceful sleep that
seemed satisfactory to nil.
There are people in this district
who object to Vancouver climate.
I'hey much prefer the old style ha
nana belt brand.
Bid you ever notice how a man'}
inner nature gradually works out oi
his face? The eye oftimes is a damaging witness against the innermost
soul.
What the Cranbiook tire depart
iiipiiI needs is iwo or mure chemical
fire extinguishers. There have lieen
several cases of lire lhe past year,
that if the firemen bad been supplied
wilh chemicals the lire could have
been extinguished with no damage
whatever.
Lord Diiudonald is done.
llr. Spioiile displayed poor taste in
visiiing the coast as the head of a
fraternal organization, and using his
address aud interviews in the newspapers to stir up political strife. The
actions ol that gentleman would indicate that he is endeavoring to use
the Orangeman organization to alliance certain political interests.
(live a man a fair wage and ynu
make a good citizen.
Kmmersou is down and out. His
gre.il sin wax betug found out. A
lot of these who are loud In condemnation would lint dare to submit
to a personal Investigation.
Every stranger ha
Cranhrnok
good wo
I fm
One ol Hie sleepers on the St.
Paul-Spokane run has been named
Cranbrook. That is a nice compliment to a nood town.
All ibe children .saw the circus, aud
likewise the old  people.
Entile Small, Fred McKay and     a
lot uf oilier people are feeliii-*    very.
proud over the following from     the
Pythian    Shield, the organ of    the
Knights of Pythias in this province:
Through the     kindness of Past
(fraud    Chancellor      Evans,   the
Shield bus been furnished with a
copy of the memorial day services
of     the    Knights  away   hack in
CharloMetown,    Prince'   Edward
Island, the country (hat- produces
men   of    bruins   ami   handsome
women.
When a man pays for advertising be
hns the right to know what he is
getting for bis money. The Herald
imparts that valuable knowledge to
every advertiser.
There were many brides the past
month. I
Subscribe for the Herald and live'
happily ever afterward, j
The Herald received this week the.
largest Invoice of print paper nnd
stationery ever brought into East
Kootenay.    The Herald buys in large
WHAT "20TH CENTURY" CLOTHING
HAS DONE FOR THE PEOPLE
Returns of the manufactures nf Canada, as shown in the special
census oi last year bring to light a startling fact. Despite the large
increase in the population of the Dominion during the past five years,
and the natural growth on the part of the people fnr better things in the
way of Men's Clothing, better fits, better material, the made to-order
industry has declined from $13.153,000 to $10,511,020, whilst the output of
ready-made clothing has increased from $11,170,000 to $22,012,000.
These reliable statistics show what
"2oth Century" Clothing
has accomplished in changing
theclothingstatisticsof Canada.
Why and How?
The answer is easy and the
solution simple.
"20th Century" Clothing
meets the demands of the
people for that which is artistic, for that which is perfect,
for that which is all that man
desires in fit, quality and price,
lhe advent of "20th Century "
Clothing on the market made
it possible for the masses to
dress with the same artistic
taste as the classes. Once ^^^^^^^^^^^^._^^^^^^_
this fact was known by tbe people, the demand for made-to=order
garments decreased, for "20th Century" Clothing met the demand and
the clothing statistics of Canada underwent a marvellous change. You
can buy this clothing in Cranbrook, but only at
COWRiaiTCD Bi TnC lirtlfttiCdice
HILL & CO.
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
quantities and carries a larger stock
of paper than any other weekly
paper in this province.
A bunch of Toronto peuple have
been i-aughi mi Cobalt stuok. Toronto, I Iiu good, is a great 4-hn-e in
go in work ii gambling fake.
. Peel, M'UfSwaiu has returned in
Moylo in    continue    his ediicntiounl
oik in that beautiful city,
Our newspaper friends are hound
to keep us  in political life.       Some
I them are sending us lo Hie scale,   while   others    prefer Hint    we
should go to the lower house. In
the meantime we will continue to oc-
II [iy the proud posilion of editor of
the Crnnbrook Herald, and continue
to hoosl the liesl town ami the best
ilistrlcl In Canada.
Mr, McHrlde's press agent has been
kept busy since lhe premier arrived
iu London.
If the government would spend as
much money as the C. p. It, in protecting the Umber of the province
ihere would be comparatively little
Inss by bush fires.
The wnv to net the news i.s to tell
the Herald tlm news.
We nre in receipt of the eleventh
annual report on highway Improvements In Ontario, and the document
contains mueh that is interesting ftnd
valuable. One paragraph should he
taken lo heart hy those who have
charge of the highways in this district, and if the 'statement was
thoroughly digested anil acted upon,
ihe taxpayers of this district might
have, less cause fm complaint, The
paragraph Is as follows:
The repair ol mails is as important as construction, Bonds
should be maintained in good
condition by never allowing
them lo gel out ol repair. Neglect to keep mails iu repair,
failure In repair them when repair
is first needed, ntlils very mueh lo
lhe ensl of roads. A ("ond road
which is nnt kepi in repair, very
quickly becomes a had rnad, 11111I
ihe object of the original expenditure is thus lost. To allow
roads to degenerate for want, of
repair, means au immense waste
of labor, material and money,
which has lo he made up iu
iheir rccoim I ruction, Wherever
good roads are built, arrange-
mi-iris should lie made for a careful attention to their repair.
Premier Scotl nol a ureal, reception j
mi his .return In Reglnn restored tn
healih.
■ Iim Hill is fishing in Canada. That
is nothing new. lie has done a lot
of It  the past, four years.
See Bruce county it you will but
set Cranbrook first.
LIKE TIIE PARROT
CALC1AIIY       AI.IIKKTtN
TALKS TOO Mlll.'ll
'l'l..
Sl|.fl
Ilif     |ll
   lili.vl. s
11,vp   ......siill-mlllc   In   Si.>'   illlu.lt     III.'
. 11.-M..-.1 "lumlier combine," and    'be
...1,1,0 1..nulls   n|   il..- mountains."
On.--Hi,11 Ims ln.cn especially Ir...    In
Ms con..ileitis is ll..'   Calgary Albor-
inn, iii.il iis liiicsi l.r.'.ik is ll..-    Inl
lowing.
"Tl..- Alberta., is i.1I1111 1 II.11I flu-
llflJ'H   i.l   .1.1-   1.1...I..-.   .......lllll,'  llln  111,1,1-
li.-i.-il.    Tin- informi..in.. heir is llial
III.'..' lllis    lli'i'll 11     ii'illlrliim In      1,1.,.
]ilii>- 1 I  Inns,  Mini   llie .....uuluiiliiri'l's
nri' nl,..i-.lv cutting I lli.it il will
'-.. 1...iv ii slum liim- when the association    ..ill    he   ilisni|Hiil   .....I lhe
Whole   tiling  illlll.l.ln.ielt.
Wilh this clinngc will come it rcduc-
lion it. lhe prlt-o nf Inn.Iter, ...nl lu111-
licr buyers will como ii.ln llielr own.
This news is utmost too en.nl lo he
In.*-, hut il comes to the Alberta., on
ll..- very best n..thorite."
The fuels nre that lhe allege.! i-tim-
■-■■ '■■         than the press    as
-iui ions nl the country, since it is
ni. ussneiali.... ol those engaged in
llie ii.i.ii..fj.i-tnre of lumber, an.l Ihe
meetings ..... hold for a general .lis
cussion nt matters of interest to the
members. Such a meeting was held
in Cranhrook this week, and conditions that enter into the cost ol lumher were talked over. The meeling
was aa   informal one, and nm*   ot
Hie In...he.inc. present argued Ihal
lhe price should bo .uis.-.l lo I lie ..-
'taller, imt others thought .. heal lu
wait  iiniii it   was known how     the
1 crops   would com il      A mcrllug
!nl il,.- association will he held ...
Nelson nexl month, .....I the prices
...uy be raised hy .. i.umhei ... in.li...I
.nil .-on.panics.
j  4	
'A SIX HAYS' STIII3I3T CAHNIt ll.
AT ..]•: ri .Mitt in 11:
I   'flu- 35,111 Inl. ..I I ..'ll.1.11.Ii-f In.™
arranged   w.ll. lhe   Keiss     Carnival
rnliipnny   In  show   In.   six   days linn
menelng Willi .filly Nil. I.. lUlli,    In
t,.->tit.ti«l,-f.  This company is    without
11.,..hi  lhe preniiei  carnival allow    ....
.In* toad and carries ill... p.-..pi.-, who
rcta.lrc  leu   ears   I.,   romovn    ll.ch
e.|..i|.H.,'lil.     The si...ill sun. ol fifteen
nml   luenly-live cents   Is Ihe n.l...Is
si.... chnrgod   lo the  shows nl whieh
there are ten in .......her nnd also lour
I.e.- shows daily.    This concorn .-ui-
rics    Iwo  brass hands,   a merry-go-
round .....I a ferrls   wheel, lhe whole
Insuring a week ol {.ood |Un nt. |,,.||,.
bridge. This is certainly an opportunity lor the oltton ..I Southern
Alberta lo enjoy themselves by inking in a good show at a moderate
cost. There will Ik two perl....minces daily one in the ultnrnoon and
nne in Ibe ..vetting.
MINSTREL SHOW
At    Wentworth ball   Friday,
28th.   TlNbwtcyu,
June THE   CltANUHOOK   UUl.AI.D
THE CRANBROOK FIRE-BRICK AND
TERRA COTTA COMPANY, LIMITED
»TflNHMM
in offering their stock to the public, is putting before them the best investment in British Columbia
to-day.   When the fact is realized that the Company have
1,250,000 tons of Quartz
250,000 tons of Clay
which is sufficient to turn out 10,000 Fire-Bricks per diem for  the   next
THIRTY   YEARS
and when you have seen the estimated cost of making, and the prices obtained for, the bricks, you will
then readily conceive what a good proposition this is for its shareholders.
For facts and figures, call at the office of
BEALE & ELWELL    -    =    -    Official Brokers
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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THE "HALL" MARK
on a pair of Gloves is a guarantee uf their good
quality.   Vhelr's is the genuine Railroaders' Glove,
"cAnti - Scorch"
Every pair gnamiitee.1. We lmve ..11 sues.
Price Si.i.i),   $..25,   $1.7.5,   $2.00
G. T. Rogers
1 ui,.\ m.,I st_i.it- Ururerl**-
r.ii.11 niekerj  Hiiu.Hiovw
It....'-- A Mu.,-1    1 rn..l-ru..L
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►*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
WIGEN'S CELEBRATED
STRAWBERRIES
NOW ON THE MARKET
IMUKS ivishliiR t,. pi-name tl.e
.    I....-nl i.l  Iiuil >.li.,11I.I  ,1.. ,,..
Ret ween llu-1 irsi uml Hie
liiKhlli of .Inly
It' your order for preBerving i»
niiiui i.. lo nny nf 1I1,. ,-il.iivi--
iiiiiiii-.I linns helorc July lit, au.-li
....I.-.-, nl promplly forwnnleil to
hi- - will lmve -i|.i-.-i.-i! iill.-ni uml
t-ven tarry uiiurniiteeil.
Il,-.|.|,,l.:l,lf|-  In,
. ...1.1 1,
li. I. ROQfiRS
nn.l llie
I INK MI.RC'N 111.1
CO., lid.
0. J. WIUEN, Wynndel, B.C.
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PIPES
I   AH   THE   MAN
THAT SELLS
B. B. B.
PIPES
S. J. MIGHTON
■mi.tr.-uMM
III....
1-s S
LOCAL   NOILS
lie. a yar.l.-C. 0. S.
eel rclurned to ('rnnhrnol.-
Iter an absence nf a year
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\',-h- .....I Strictly Kirn. ClrtBB Teutooxh 2080
American Plan, ?".! 60 per .lay up
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
Chas. Hartngv, Proprietor.
Cor, Seynmur nnd Oonlnvn B(b.  ., -.    .,
oomwe c. v. k. Huiion     Vancouver, B. C.
yesterday
,n more.
S. S. Taylor, Uie prominent lawyer
at Nelson, was in town on legal business Ihis week.
Constable Walsh was was helping
1111 tin* local brass buttons last Mon-
l.i).
Burn—on    1-
to Mi. mul Mi
Mill.
GU8t.       Tlli'l:
Way,   June 21, 1007,
.  Noi man Chaput,     a
a real estate dealer,
spent   several days lit
V. Parker    lmve
most   attractive
PICKEU  HP    AUDIT    THE  (MTV
BY ASKINtl QCESTIONS UK
MANY   PEOPLE,
I'he elephants are gone.
Tills weather is more like It.
[Tine in mis iu-, n yard.-C. C. S.
j, a. Drolcy, ol Penile, was In
town Monday.
Harry Bradford, ol VVycliDe, was In
town Tuesday
A Krapfel ami wife, ol Klko, were
in town last Monday.
It Joyce ami lamily came ovei
iiniii Maker Monday.
Great progress Is helng made on
iln> new opera 1*01190.
n. McFnrlanc, ol Kimberley, saw
ihi* circus on Monday.
Tin* Crnnbrook hotel has renewed
[ti commercial library.
Miss Marlon Clark is nuw clerking
[.>i Beattie & AtoWson.
Born-To Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Hand-
ley, -lune 12, 11107, a hoy.
Mrs. F. W. Kyckman will not receive again unlit Oclober.
Fonsle Farrell expects to take a
trip lo Edmonton this week.
W. A, Hamilton, nf Fernie, visit wl
relatives in town last Monday.
Mrs. Curtis, ol Wardner, was
among tire visitors last Monday.
I). It. Yiites, of Wyeliffe, was registered at the Cranbrook Monday.
T. fl, Jones and wife, ol Wardner,
were Crnnbrook visitors Monday.
Tom Rn-der ami family, of Moyie,
oa-me tn Momlay to see the clreiis".
It. II. Bohart expects to build a
new hotel in Wardner right away.
N. Mr Lend Curran, manager oi the
North Star mine, is in town today.
MILCH COWS FOB SALK-AI1
kinds and at prices that will make
them good investment*-. 0. P 'Ms
dale. |-u
the sage ol Perry
Creek, has been in town several days
this week.
II   13. Birtcb
oi    Calgary,
town ihis week.
Mi. an.l Mrs. It,
now .mi- ol llu*
homes in the city.
Tlit* government 111111)11111- hns assumes! attractive proportions, and is be-
ing rapidly inclosed.
Ladies anil child reus shoes included
in dry goods sale—C. C. S.
Aliss Arnfleld and Miss Viola Ser-
vis has gone to (lalt, Ont., for a
visit of several months.
There was not a single ^complaint
oircus day. Chief Dow ami his assistants did good work.
If the Cranbiook hose it-am expects to du anything this year, it
must get down and drill.
WANTED—Girl tor general house
work.     Apply Mrs. Tims. QUI.   13-K
Mrs. S. Richards and daughter
Laura have gone to Arnprior, Ont.,
lor a visit with relatives.
II. B. flilmour, one of the most
popular men on the road, was in
town several days this week.
Ladies and ohiidrens shoes included
iii dry goods sale.—C. C, S.
Charles Farrell, of Movie, was dispensing philosophic- ideas around
Cranbrook Monay and Tuesday.
II. D, McMillan, proprietor of tbe
Cowley hotel, spent two days in
town this week with old friends.
Born—At Cranhrook, Wednesday,
June 10, 1007, lo Mr. and Mrs. P.
Hacks, of Bay nes Lake, B. C, a son.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Fltzpatrlck re-
ttimed yesterday from Iheir wedding
trill and left ihis morning for Marysville.
Aslicroft potatoes $1,511 per 100
pounds at Kink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Rev. Hughes, pastor of the Methodist church will preach next Sunday
evening on ihe subject, "The Rich
Fool."
O. II. Miner has sold his brokerage
liusiiiess in Winnipeg, and it is quite
probable thai he will visit Cranbrook
soon.
Mr. Bryant, formerly ol Reid &
Co., loft last, Monday tor Winnipeg,
hut expects to return in about two
weeks.
Ladles and children*; shoes included
in dry goods wile.—C. c. s.
We have another shipment of Ideal
Square Steam "Cookers," made by
the Toledo Cooker Co., just in.—Pat
more Bros.
PASTURE-Pattios wishing young
stock or horses pastured apply lo E.
Corbelt, Parrot Ranch, near old
North .Star mill. Ooort teed und
good water. 19
Fine prints lie. a yard.—C. C. S.
Baseball still continues In he popularity, and Webster Burton ami Billy
M.i trim-ton form a battery that,
seems invincible.
The Cosmopolitan hotel has put up
a new railway time table board ihal
takes in the Kootenay Central. Dr.
Watt has not seen it'yet.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Hoss will he pleased to know thai
the condition of Mrs. Ross Is greatly
improved, and lhat the baby is nearly
well.
Silk, regular COc., selling at 40c—
c. c. s.
Mrs. L. C. Proctor Miss Phyllis
Proctor and Mrs. Johnson, of St.
Paul, arrived this week and will
spend two months with relatives here
and ut Wyeliffe.
Sateen, regular 35c., selling at 17-Jc
-c. c. s.
It. R. Lawson, ol the Standard
Lumber company, won the suit ol
clothes given by the Fink Mercantile
company and Mrs. A. C. Bowness
got the pair of Dolly Varden shoes.
Sateen, regular 25c, selling at 17'£e
-c. c. s.
L. B. VanDecar arrived from Victoria this weel> to look after his
business in this city. He reports a
magnificent business at the Driard,
und the best of weather at the coast.
The C. C. S. is selling out Us entire dry goods stock).
Hill A Co. have the contract to
furnish the new hotel (or Hoggarth A
Rollins. It i.s a contract thai will
run into several thousand dollars, as
the house is to be furnished with only
the best.
The C. C. S. is selling out Its entire dry goods stock).
Tbe pound bylaw will lie strictly
enforced ou and after July 1. It
yotl have a horse or cowl loob out
for it, or the city will have it sure,
mid don't forget in get a tag for
that dog.
The C. C. S, is selling oul its entire dry goods stock,.
"Big Jim McDonald," the railway
contractor, has been making big
money the past few years and now
occupies one ol the lincst homes in
Vancouver, and has several large contracts in hand.
The C. C. S. is selling out its entire dry goods stock].
George Wells, secretary of the
Mountain Lumbermen's association,
met a number of the lumbermen here
last Monday. Messrs. Leltch, Agnew, Watts,' Lund, Benedict, Laurie
and Krapfel were present.
Tlie C. C. S. is selling out iti entire dry goods stock.
(.forge Wells tias purchased the
Hume hotel and will take charge
next momh. A more popular man
than Mr. Wells cannot be found in
the Konienavs, and that he will
make a success nf the Hume is a
conceded fact.
Ladies aud childreiis shoes Included
in dry goods sale.—C. C. S.
Men who are seeking wnrk ran use
Hn columns of the Herald free of
cost. This [taper makes no charge
lo ihe man seeking work. Any man
looking lor work should have a job,
and the Herald will do what it can
I to help bim.
Fine prints lie. a yard.—C. C. S.
The condition of the main street in
Cranhrook the past week has been
disgraceful. (treat mud holes greeted si rangers, and one visitor was
heard to say: "It is too bad your
lown is not Incorporated so that the
streets could to put in shape."
The coolest place In town, "The
Palm"'ice cream parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. M. McEacheran and
daughter left today for Charlotte-
town, P.    12.    L, lor a two months
isit with relatives. They earned
letters for every man, woman and
child on llie island from the lish eat-
s who are located in Cranhrook.
After the concert Friday night
"The Palm."
Norris & Howe's circus gave two
performances here Inst Monday, and
it was the general opinion that tbey
were not up to last year's work.
There was a big crowd, it was also
pay day for the circus, and in con-
sequence the business men all did a
big line of business.
HOUSE TO LET, Apply lo O. T.
Rogers' store. 10
On Friday nighl Captain Davey,
who is traveling in the Interest of ito
social work of the Salvation Army,
will con-duct a Hag signal service. He
will also conduct lhe usual services
Saturday all day, and on Saturday
and Monday night. All aie invited
to at tend these meetings.
Until further notice—Ashcroft potatoes tl.au pei iuu pounds at Fink
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
J, D Gordon, who has been eus-
Loms officer at Gateway for several
years past, has lieen transferred to
Victoria. The promotion was coming to Mr. Cordon, for a more accommodating man has never been in
the service, and his popularity was
exceeded only hy the efficiency of his
work.
Aslicroft potatoes reduced to $1.50
per Hm pounds at Fink Mercantile
Co., Ltd.
Otis Staples returned Irom Stillwater, Minn , last Tuesday, where he
has lieen for the past month. Mr.
Staple.- says ihat the crop prospects
in the prairie provinces are the best,
ami also in Minnesota and Dakota,
but in Kansas. Oklahama and other
southwestern slates crops are knocked out.
A limited quantity of Aslicroft
potatoes $1.50 per 100 pounds at
Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd,
Active work has been inaugurated
on the removal of the buildings on
the Crnnbrook hotel site, George
Hoggarth has charge of ibe work
and is pushing matters as rapidly as
possible. Con! rael or Johnson has
the contract for the new building,
and expects to have the roof on in a
lew weeks.
Everything cool and refreshing at
"The Palm."
The Prest Photo Company has disposed of their business in R. J. Binning, of Moose Jaw, late manager of
the photo department ol Porter's art
store and photo studio ol tbat place.
Mr. Binning comes highly recommended as an artist in his work. In
removing from Cranbrook Mrs.
Prest wishes to thank her many
; friends and pat inns foi their liberal
I patronage and confidently rccom-
1 mends to the same the abilities ot
. her successor.
Fine prints lie. a yard.—C. C. s.
Silk, regular 60c . selling at 40c —
C. C. s.
ROOM WANTED in modern house
\pply this office. 11
Patmore Bros, have completed tin-
new lavatories at the C, P. li. de
, whic-h makes a great Improvement.
FOR SALE—One Edison home
phonograph witb over 100 records
\p-*ly'to Mrs. E. Hawkins, next dooi
to old County Court house. 3 4-11
Dressmaking done by ihe day. Apply to P. O. Box TM, Cranbrook, or
U rooms over   McLaiD'a second-haoti
-.tore, Hanson avenue —Ethel  Bent
H-EI
IVANTED—Position Ir ■***'■■! m leal
engineer '*• superintend cons I rue Hoii
oi mill buildings and install macfun*
'•ry. Flrst-eians references. /■<•■■
m tL»raM office. J '-•:
Maple Leaf Rebekab lodge elected
officers last evening as follows; V 0 .
Mrs. IL V. Parker, V. G., Mr.v Mi
(■in, Treasurer, Mrs. F. E. Simpson;
Financial Secretary, Mrs. 'I. Uili,
Recording Secretary, Miss McK_>
The lodge is in a most lloarislnn.
conditlon. and has made great pro
-fress with Mis. Diufcin_Ti as noble
.r.rat.d and the selection ol Mrs. Parker as noble grand for next tern, insures a continuance ul the progres
tbat has marked ihe life of tins lodge.
Keep your kitchen cool and tree
from steam and cooking odors by us*
ing an Ideal Square Steam cookei
li saves fuel and is a good investment,    For sale by Patmore Bros.
W. T.    Haynes,    for a long    time
chief clerk for   Superintendent  Erlck*
son. and tor the past month locati I
..i Medicine Hat, organizing the    ol
.a-ial stall for     that  new   divisional
point, has    tendered    his resignation
>o take effect the first of July.     Mi
Haynes will become chief bookkeepei
.or the    Fernie    Lumber     compan)
thus entering a   iield that give.-, pro
mise of   quicker     returns    for work
performed.      The   many frlendi     i I
Mr  Haynes, and they are legion
regret  the   change that  takes     trim
from    Cranbrook   but all   *
every prosperity.
Patmore Bros, will tii"- an exhibition on Saturday evening next, ot
cooking, by the Ideal Square Steam
Cooker. An invitation is extended
io the ladies ami all those Interested
to attend.
J. S. Carter, for several years district passenger agent for the (' I'
R. at Nelson, but now in charge ol
ilte company's Spokane office, was.
given a great sendofl at Nelson last
Saturday evening. There were pre
sents for Mr. Carter ami his two
children and many kind words from
friends who regretted the departure
■if llie family from Nelson. The
C. P. R. could not have made a
better selection for Its Spokane of
fice, as Mr. Carter is recognized as
one of the brightest and most energetic passenger men in western railway work, and in bis new position
he will make good, not only with the
company, but also with the people.
Does ynur wife worry over a boiling
hot range these warm' days? If so,
buy her an Ideal Square Steam conker. It won't need watching. Can't
bum nr bell dry. Cook book tree
witb each cooker. For sale by Pal-
more Bros. TH» -CRANBROOK   HERALD
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(Fioiu our own correspondent.)
With men its wine, women ami
song. Willi women iis ice cream
soda, strawberry short cake, men,
buggy driving, grand opera, chicken
salad and more men.
Siumce Lyons was in Klko Ihis
wees hiring sawmill men roi the
Rock Creek pineries. Spi'iice has
charge Ol the night run and is vet y
popular wilh everybody, and one of
tin* best fishermen     that ever cast a
Miss Lily Harrison, ol Kcrnie, is
visiting iu Kike this week, the guest
ol Mis.  F. Sheridan, College avenue.
Tbe Sheep Mountain summer resort
Is now ojien for "Inuiists." Situated, lour miles from Klko, soulh, al
the mouth of lhe South Fork of
I-;]', river, beautiful park, splendid
lishing and all the comforts of a home
.ti  (he Ranch house,     "No liquors."
Thev sav iu Klko Ilia
is still on the slrlke
mill.
Ed, Richards
at   the Maker
A party ol young lady graduates
iiniii  Elko are    camped near Bnynes
Lake.
Calico Charlie was in Klku from
Tobacco Plains, with a load of
waterproof lettuce, pntenl chilled
radishes ami other tropical plants.
He said the prospects to date was
that the ranchers mi Tobacco Plains
would harvest the biggest crop ever
known since cats were created, und
Cranbrook was made a railroad ceu-
ici in the heart of the Rockies.
John Mott, proprietor of the HotT-
tnu.il bouse, Elko, went, up to Feruie
this week lo see Hob Moore's kid,
whose got hair on his head as long
as a goat, fertilised from the turf of
the hog.
The residents of Elko are now enjoying lhe pure air of heaven and
Fiunigan potatoes with  Iheir jackets
The Ladies Aid society of Klko
hettl an open air meeling at llie cornel' of Strawberry avenue anil
Rosebud alley Tuesday evening,
which was welt attended hy a very
select party of ladies who mot for
hiisiness and not gossip.
Sid llnmmell and F. Mitchell, ( of
the Flagstone Pineries, wus iu Klku
ihis week trying lo locale an air line
hei wei-n the two points.
There was tpiite a number of [line
cats in Elko tills week and -naih*
things as busy as a one eyed boy at
a three-ring circus for ihe mixologists at the hotels.
'the past year lias been a hard onion prodigal suns. "No fatted
calves,"
Mrs Kennedy was the hostess al
a very charming reception at her
home, Crows Nest cottage, Main
street, this week. The parlors ami
ball were artistically decorated
Misses Kennedy and McKee were at
the door. Mrs. Kennedy received
the guests in the front parlor ami
aboil I 75 called during the evening.
In a recenl speech Andrew Carnegie said; "I 'lo not know any millionaires whn laugh." Why don't he
semi them some of his speeches and
a doctor ahmg wilh them.
Elko's attractions are getting universally advertised in ihe Craubrook
Herald and crowds are pouring in on
every train. We've got lhe goods.
Keep a coming, there's still room for
more.
Hrowny Sharp©, Elko's crack broncho twister, was down to Roosvilie
this wwk looking up some running
stock). Browny can ride anything
mi four legs, from a saw horse lo
Sheridan's old Tiger Buck, who
could kick both feet out nf the stir-
iips and reach around and bite a
piece out nf the small nf your hack
SO quick, that the hoys would he pulling his front hoofs out of ymir
frame befnre you would realize the
canter had hegun.
Trade with your home merchants
and help build up your home community. If you want your town to
prosper do your share. Don't expect union wages and 'hen semi your
money out- of town In sweat shops.
There is nothing sn balmy as n
clear conscience
Mr. and Mrs. John Mott entertained a few friends to a musicals in the
Hoffman house parlors Thursday. The
programme consisted of selections on
lhe latest up-to-date graphophnne,
wilh a flnwer garden horn, and was
operated by Master Roy Moll, who
Is au expert with these machines.
.lames Bates, Esq,, of the 0. P. R.
land department, arrived in Elko and
hilled the 0. P. R. lands with five
notices. He went over the company's land south to Gateway Innfcing
over lhe mill cuts and posting
notices. On his return he was
caught in a shower of rain and arrived In Elko at 22k. like a drowned
tat, and next mnrning hit the trail
Inr the South Fork nf the Elk and
Wigw-yu rivers with a tack hammer,
8'Inch spikes, and a pack horse load-
rd with lire notices, which be intends
to hog-tie to every crossing, turn of
the rnad and game trails and God
help the man who ignores these
notices frnm now on.
Two past i y conks passed tliroiip.il
Elko Friday frnm Cranhroolc on their
way to the Baker mills, where tbey
will have charge of tbe pumpkin pie  change of climate may improve    his
lep.ittmeiii. health.     Mrs.  Innselman will remain
-—— willi us bo  a few days longer before
going in join her husband iu ihe east.
The man deceived al home tlesi'ives
to he.
\     Spokane  syndicate   who    own
in,  acres of fruit  laud south     of
Klko with water ho irrigation, will
siati  operations ami survey  into  lu
act.- litis (.it frill! farms. ' ll- is expert, >d ihal the laud will he on llie
uiarkcl wit bin to days and every loi
will have a sufficient water right,
winch   insures  success. There is
also some splendid openings for pOlll-
tn farms and the best market in
Canada for same. Come to Elko
and sec tin yourself Come II vou
don't buy anything hut a few Indian curios and set- the beautiful
scenei) an.l inhale lhe pure ait ol
heaven.
Pints Charlie, captain of the Spring
Chicken lioiiml-up company, Tobacco
Plains, will leave ihis week with a
carload of clothes, horses and polo
lionles for Ihe Alberta lurks and
Grand Trunk Townsite locuu
Ifill Buckshot, Yellowstone Jack and
dram Pull -Iim, go north iu Ibe
same car   and     mav   the     Lord lmve
mercy on Albcrtn.
■ Iim Norris, "the head skiiimer" for
iiu* Pugh .V Livingstone company,
Itock Crook, went in Cranbrook for
iuu millmen Friday. Elkn offers the
grentesl inducements iu the Dominion
of Canada, the Culted Stales and
Tobacco Plains to men anxious tr
finance their own meal ticket.
Ml Marshall, chief accountant foi
the Adolph Lumber company, ot
ll.ivncs Lake, ami his sister spent
several days in Elko last week.
Rod MacDonald and Hilly Maxwell
'•nine in from Rock Creek with 315
pounds of trout. Thev staled they
had given 800 pounds io the lumber
.-amps-, bul we can only vouch for the
unniitil ihey actually "brought into
lown. They look oul a big supply
of provisions Saturday, as they exiled a hunch of tenilerfeet In from
Crutibfook Tuesday  or Wednesday.
Quite a h«ld attempt was made at
burglary on Monday night last, when
some daring thieves attempted to enter the residence of Mis. James
Smith and Mr. Gomel Jones. In
both    places Iheir    attempts     were
aid ami thev wen- frightened jnv.iv*
behire the) hud been successful iii
doing any harm,
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(From our   own   correspondent.)
Master Eric Tale, of Cranbrook, is
visiting bis friend, Roger Lund.
Mr. Innselman and son Louis wen
in Cranbrook this week.
R. II. Bohart and James Brown
were iu Cranbrook Ibis week on
liusiiiess,
Mrs. Oscar Runeberg is ill at present iu I lie St. Eugene hospital al
Cranhrnnk.
On Monday evening hist, white riding on a horse, Harris Bohart, became enlanu'led in a clothes line aud
had his face very wildly cut.
Mr. Foster, represent ing the .1. V.
(iiiilin company, of Calgary, spent
Wednesday 111 town.
S. Mtilherii, of Jnffrny, spent, a
couple of days this week in town.
Mr. Kcanting, of JnlTray, was able
lo spend a couple of days Ibis week
with his family here, on account ot
the mill in Jaunty being shut down
fm regj~irs.
Mr. Maccounetl was in Cranhrook
on Thursday.
At a special meeting of the Ladies
Aid society held last Thursday afternoon, il was decided to leave a social
on -lulv 1th on the grounds adjoining
the c.'P. II, depot. Ice cream,
strawberries nml cake, etc., will he
served. AIX are welcome, (.'nine
With the crowd. Proceeds in aid of
the church fund.
The lawyers for lhe defense are en-
ileavoring to show that ihe Idaho
Orchard was a grafler who badly
needs pruning.
A heavy electrical storm accompanied hy rain, passed over the lown
and the adjoining neighborhood last
Thursday aftei iiiiiiii. It seemed to be
mosl seven* iu the neighborhood ol
Parker & Thorp's mill, where seven
of the men, who are employed at the
mill, weie affected by the one bolt.
Several men working lient' the foot of
the jack-bidder were affected. Ii
then nm uj> the ladder and struck
Mr. Kay, after which it encircled the
saw, and then made its way out. of
the mill to a car -.( hay, which was
standim-: near hi, hurtling it.
• The fact tbat Harry Orchard slart-
i*d life as a cheese maker, may account  for his hi l-curdliiig career.
Wm. Barclay, malinger ol the
Clarcsholm Lumber A- Grain company, of Chiiesholin, Alia., and Harold Darling, of Camrnsu, Alta., called
on friends in town on Sunday last.
Mr. Ilroley and daughter, of Fernie,
were Wardner visitors Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith wore in
Cranlirook last Sunday. Mrs.
Smith has heen quite ill fnr ihe past
few days and will remain al the St.
Kiigebe hospital for a short time,
Quite a number from here attended
the circus in Cranbrook on Monday
last.
Mr. Innselman and two sons, Louis j
and Roland, left here for their nidi
homo in Litchfield, Minnesota, last I
Saturday afternoon. Mr. Innselman
with his wife and family moved to
Mayook about three years ago, where)
hi'    was engag-fl in   the lumber biisi-
■ss for a time, his healih failed, ami
he moved to Wardner, where he has
lived for lhe past year. While we
deeply regret his departure from our
midst,     we sincerely    hope that tbt
pate in the liremens' contests tit Nelson nu the 1st and 2nd of July.
There will he a speed race ami a wet
lest at Nelson. The first prize iu
each event will he $100, and the
second $50. In tlie speed race service hose cuts will he used, llie distance run will he 150 yards and tbe
carts are to carry not less than 200
feet of Paragon or Keystone fire hose.
Iail feet; 300 feet to hydrant and lav
Tbe distance lor the wet lest will l"
150 feel of hose; connect to hydrant
three threads; can to carry 200 feet
nf hose; break three threads and
screw on three threads. No hose lo
he removed within HO feel of starting
side of hydrant. No more than ten
men will i.e allowed to compete.
Time will be called when the water
leaves pipe.
The Klk mill     put on a night shift
Monday nighl.     About   if. additional
ieti nre required for fhe extension of
petal ions.     Double shift will be con-
limed throughout the season,
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(From The Frank Pauer.)
The plans foi' the big celebration at
Coleman on the lirst are maturing iu
a .mosl satisfactory manner and the
indications now point lo a most sin-
cessfnl day, provided lhe weather is
.propitious,     Already a large numbe
nf
nl iii
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MOYIE X
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(Fiuiit   the  Moyie  Leader.)
It. T. Howard has heen appointed
district deputv  uu Wild.'V Lodge, No.
ii, i. o, o. f;
E, A, Hill    was in Cranhrook last
Satllllhl)    attending llie scuii-annual
meeting of the hoard of license commissioners,
Ge... L. Lucas is over at Llbby,
Mont., and expects tn return with bis
family shortly.
At  lhe Lake Shore hotel last Tuesday   evening a    farewell     parly was
given in honor of    Mrs. Dimoek, who
intends leaving     nexl   wet-ki for Shi
hrookc, Que.,     when1 she   will spend
the summer wilh her parents,   Thei
Wits dancing, musical and vocal sclei
tinns, and refreshments   were servei
lu all a very   pleasant evening    w*
speii).
The lake i.s dotted every day wit
pleasure boats.     The young people b
lievc in enjoying themselves today-
tomorrow thev may he stranded c
lhe alkali prairies of Alberta.
Mr. Findlay   reports good progress
lieing made   towards   the crec-Hor --f
the   new     Presbyterian   church
Movie.     The building ot it is now
sured.
The local baseball fans are out
every afternoon. They could miilae n
better showing in lhe Pacific leagm
than Vancouver has. That club lea.
won four games and lost thirly-six.
Paul Jensen, who has been in tin
hospital at Cranhrook for several
mouths, hail another set. bach last
week, but i.s again recovering slowly,
Paul's many friends ate deeply interested ami are hoping lo soon hi
able to see him around again.
When George Bailey was up Iron
Spokane a short lime ago lie disposed
of his two houses aud lots to Ed.
Pesauiiiier. The cottages tace ito
lake and are amongst Movie's best
lesldencesi They were built by Mr
Bailey several years ago.
Chas. Farrell and his carpenters
have practically completed the work
of repairing the Farrell block, whieh
was gutted by lire lasl winter. The
building will ' he ready for occupancy
nhoul July 1st.
The Callow screens ami tank for the
St. Eugene concent rut or have arrived
Iiniii    Sail     Lake ami   ate  hcing in-
tailed.
John Simpson has been re-engaged
lo lake the pritu-ipalship of lhe
Moyie school at the beginning of the
fall term. .Mr. Simpson is now
travelling through the east, hut will
return to the west shortly.
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(From  the  Fernie Fnr  Press.)
.The mosl disastrous accident that
has happened at Coal Creek for some
lime occurred at the mouth of the
tunnel of No. ti mine this morning,
as a result of which one man is dead,
mie i.s dying ami two others are seriously injured. No. « is a new mine,
n only 280 feet. Tlie men had llg.it-
-tt a shot ami had gone out to lhe
mouth of the tunnel to await the
blast, They were standing not far
from the mouth of the tunnel in
what was considered absolute safety
under old inn i y ei renins t a uces. The
lint is supposed to have started a
small gas explosion, which blew the
debris out of tin1 mini tli of the tunnel. The mine was ventilated hv a
.all hand fan and it is said thai it
was parts of the bnUeii fan     which
truck lhe group of miners and caused their Injuries, The casualties
are:
James Hepple, dead.
Evan Thomas—Will probably die.
Edward Best, seriously injured hut
is expected io recover.
John  Edinanson, slightly Injured,
I'lie late .lames Hepple was an Englishman. 12 years of age. lie had
boon iu this country nhoul two
months,        The family circumstances
ie particularly pathetic. Tlio unfortunate man's wife died while he
was on his way to Canada. Seven
small orphan children survive him,
On Tuesday of this week, a fatal
•cblent, occurred in No. 5 mine at
oal Creek. Mike Kubfc, a Slnvon-
ii driver, while coming out with a
ir, got caught hetween u door post
jaud the car, aud received injuries
mul the hips which resulted in bis
alii. A coroner's jury was em-
miL'led, cnnsisling of Messrs. E. Y.
rake, L. Carosella, J. L. Mclntyre,
JThns. Todd. W. G. Healey nnd W, J.
lumlell, the latter acting as fore-
aii.     Afler viewing the body     the
inquest was adjourned until tomorrow.
Tbe Fernie hose team will have to
go some tn heat tliis: The Rossland :
hose learn wilh (he men did the wet,
tost nn Second avenue, hist evening;
in 2« seconds. The team wilt have
another practice this evening at 7.U0
o'clock.    Tbe local team will partici-
\   lad    named      Marshall,  employed
the   coke    ovens ns     tester while
phiving around lhe dinkey engine last
mhl. had Die misfortune to have his
'n cui oiv     lie was removed to the
nspilal  where tic is doing as well as
iu he expected.
on Friday night a small sized riot
ivlMTiil al Hie Cedal Vallev mill,
West Fernie, between Hit- Japanese
ml white labor. Bad blood has
"ilsled lor some lime between the
wo .lasses, which came lo a focus
<u Friday aud resulted in trouble. Nu
ue was seriously hurl and the mnn-
geinenl have taken the necessary
ireeaiition   lo   prevenl   future friction.
(From The Fernie Ledger.)
B. I<\ Segiir, C. !■'.., arrived in
town Tuesday evening by ihe Great
Nor Hid'n train. Engineer Segur is
iu charge of a fully equipped survey
parly, and will proceed al once li
checli over the original survey made
for the extension ol the Great
Northern tracks from Fernie t<
Michel. No time will he lost in going over this work ami checking it.
over so that construction may be
commenced iis soon a.s possible in
order llial Ihe extension of the line
at least as fnr as Michel can be completed Mils year. The line will
probably he hliilt oil the west side of
the Elk river lo near the mouth of
Michel creek, where it will cross tin
river n'ml be extended lo Michel.
VI. A, Mitchell and wife leave Monday for Toronto and other eastern
points mi a  vacation trip.
Mr* Thos. Caven, of Crnnbrook
has been liisitiii^ her aunt, Mrs
Drinunii, during the week.
The engagement of Miss Phillipa
Wnlkein. daughter of Dr. Wa.kem.
late of Fernie, to Mr. C. Parks, nf
Vancouver, has been announced.
Harry Polock is home from Forest
Grove, Oregon, where he has heen attending school. lie will return to
resume his studies at the end of the
school vacation.
Mr. Stuart Ross, formerly of the
Bank of Hamilton, left tor Greenwood on Thursday noon, where be
will take a position iu the Canadian
Ran Li nf Commerce.
Mrs. Bl'iggs arrived in Fernie hist
Friday accompanied by Vein and
Norma Boyuton, to spend the vacation wilh Mr. Roynton. Mrs. Briggs
says she is very much iu love with
the city of Portland, and she will re
I in ii with the children al the end of
vacation foi- another school year,
Contractor Foss arrived in the cilv
Weilnesilnv accompanied hy Mrs. Foss.
lie visited the ranch up the Elk while
here. Mr. and Mrs. Poss ate visiting,
their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Mitchell,
al Coal creek. They leave today for
Montana, where Mr. Foss has some
colli met work to look after.
F. II. Sherman, president, of ilis-
Irlcl IS, moved his family to his
homestead near Taber, Alberta, last-
Tuesday,
About SO tmesis were entertained
by our well known hostess, Mrs. Goran, nn Thursday evening at a game
.f bridge. A few of the frivolous
'lies, who could not get their minds
<u the beep game, decided to have
'Sir Ilinkam Funny Duster," and it;
Wiis nol long before tbe bridge players started to break up. A delightful supper was served about midnight, and a few hours later the
guests departed for their homes in
gay spirits.
wh I h in ihe sporting events.       Th<
hose km in is practicing conscientious
.1   n  is   certain thai 'lhc tern
thai   heals  il   will have  lo go    some
The boys received their new mil
forms and harness during the week
mil in litem Hie leain looks unity lu-
Ir.'.l The -nits an- i.d sweater ami
white trousers with mi stockings.
The members ul the team will also
participate in the Gnledoiilnn events
iml expect to hung home a fair sham
if the prizes.
I). W, iivndmaii. dav opctaioi al
the C.  P.   R. .station, has heen Hans
fciied io Cranhrook.    lie is succeeded
by  E,  F.  Blnkeley.
The P. Burns company is pulling iu
a steam rendering plant nt its slaughtering station near the mill for the
purpose of disposing of all offal as
fast as animals are killed.
ecrtlvod from other points, thus   as-
tirfllg lhe success of those features of
he day, Among the various entries
eceiviNl aie three from Fcraie, ■ si—
hiding  Hn- hose   team and   lhe foot
hall and baseball tennis.     Michel ami
Lundhrcck will each semi a football
Blairmore and Lille will like
ly send baseball icons and several
thei cullies in these events -.ne c.\
cited.      The     Frank    lire   brigade
members arc pin lining to cut i-m
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THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRED ROO, Proprietor.
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i-r cm. ling
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al,.!   lin.li  iillii,
In.ncdlntclj
opened. T. M. Burnett is postmaster
al Bellcvui' and C. P. Hill at Hill-
crest. The mail for both places is
carried from Frank and Ihe lliMctesl
mail transferred from Bellevue.
Thursday las! -lames Paden met
willi a serious accident while driving
down the hill into town from the
Lille road. A cow going up lhe hill
frightened lhe horse which jumped
off the sleep embumVuienl ami horse,
rig aud driver plunged forty of fifty
feet down into Mie gulch. The rig
was smashed mid Mr. Paden and tin-
horse were both eonsiderablv injured,
The woinlct is Unit neither" was killed.
A hox car was broken into al Coleman one dav hist week and about
*liui worth id clothing stolen. The
police have been unable to get any
trace of the perpctnnors.
General Manager S. M. Monro, of
the coal eompnny, lefl for Winnipeg
Thursday, where a meeting of coal
operators with the 0. P. R. is being
held to consider the proposition of
storing coal, new contracts, etc.
The discharge of a blast in connection with the work of starting the
slope in the Frank mine, blow out a
couple of sets of limbers in the main
entry Saturday evening, causing a
cave in wliieli has kept lhe mine from
working this week.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment ut Fishing Tackl-* suitable
lor thr District in H. C
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Indian Curios, Specimen Big Ganii* Heads, .nut .Souvenirs ot The Great West.
A STORK WITH   A REPUTATION THAI
M WILL  KKKP IT
|     HEADQUARTERS    -    ELKO, B.C.
W. II.  Hi'iUty. Funeral |lir.'<-t..r
Ohii1ii.miI: it. (', l'l..me No
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing,   dive me a call.
ORANGE    GRAND    LODGE    OF
CERS
Vancouver,   .1......    2l).~0lll.Trs nl
Hie Orange Grand Lodge wore el.-et,..l
s fi.ll.i.vs tonight:      Grand .Mast.,.-,
'. S. Sproulo, ill. I)., Mai-Wall., On
uni.., re-elected.
Deputy Grand    Master, Lieutenant-
Colonel .1. II. Scott, IVttlkorlon.
Grand    Chaplain,     Rev.    William
Walsh, Brampton, re-elected,
Griunl Secretary, William Leo, To
.'.into.
Grand Treasurer,    W.  .1. Parkhlll,
Midl.in,i, re-elected.
rand   Lecturer,      .1. E.   Harper,
Ha lull-ton.
Grand Director ol Ceremonies, Cap-
lain George MeSpadden, Vancouver.
I'cputy    Grn.lii   Treasurer,   E. II
11...-Iii.., Toronlo.
Deputy CI rami    Lodge  Auditors, .1
II. Ii.-l.i.i.i-re and W. II. Stewart.
Deputy   Grand   Lecturers—A.    A
Gray,  ario West; O.    W. Sand....,
Ontario Knstj Joseph McOill, Maui-,
.; A. II. Carmlotiacl, Alberta,] Willi..... 1'i.x, Quebec; A. Anderson, British Columbia; Benjamin Smith, Saskatchewan; A. S. Mcltay, Prince Ed-
.1 island; E. II. Humphreys, Nova
Scotia; T. E. Hull, Newfoundland-
II. I-'. McLcotl, New Brunswick.
A MISTAKE ON   BOTH SIDES
An old gentleman on board one of
the numerous steamers which ply
between llolyhc.il and the Irish
-...is!, ...iss.il his handkerchief, and
censed a soldier standing by his side
.1 slealiii). if, which the si.ldlor, ....
Irishman, denied. Some lew minutes
M.-rwarils lhc gentleman louml |,he
missing i.rtcle it. bis bat; be was
II.ci ...nst profuse in bis apologies to
tlii- soldier.
"Not another wurrd," said Pat;
"il was ;i misbtake on both skies—
ye took me lor a that.., and I took
ye lor a gintlemon."—Ex.
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OLD COUNTRY NEWS
INTERESTING ITEMS
More than live thousand bicycles
were purchased in a fortnight ...
Johannesburg because of n breakdown
in the electric tramway system.
II wns si,.led l.v n witness ,it. the
Crnnbrook petty sessions .In.l ho colli..veil a woman lor household work,
ami paid I.e. threepence .. week, which1
lie considered a "tidy wage."
Mrs     Ellen   Reed, ot  Bcdmii.stor,
Bristol,   was     nwnrdetl  MM ... tl.e
Swansea county   .......  against     the
.I.e.. Western Railway company   lot
Iln- ......Hi ..I I.e.  husband, .... ene,....-
driver.
The iil.iii.lill ... a case ... the Lntn-
li.-n. couniy c...I nW    li" «-ls s11,"'
.In-  .l.-l.-11.lilll.   W..S   well t.f.In,   iis      lie
I...-.I ... ii house rented ... SMI a year,
kepi ,, servaul, ..ml bail l.-a	
iln- premises.
'I'I..- lii.veis.ii.-s Mission in Penlrnl
Mr..-,, i-r.-cl.-.l a enlht-dral a. I.Ik........
. in Nyn-unilni.il, reci-ntly, u.e lower ,.t
which .s   I.H.-.I    w.tl.  a   handsome
clock. ...i.l Wis, ...."le hv -l   W   Hen
son, ..I Ludguto Hill.
An   iipi.ln-.ii.i... I ... .1" exemption
.-i-i.iiicii ,.!.-.     Ibe vleclnullon net
I old in,, magistrate nl lhc Lamliotb
piil.cc courl that he objected lo vuc-
..ii.it..... bee., use his (...he. belore him
objected .o viicclnnllon.
Twcaly-Iour rill.- bullets, discharged
.it intervals, .Inline, an hour's exciting these, were necessary to kill a
rhinoceros encountered hv Mr. A. It.
T.ollip, a British settlrr, .... bis !..	
..ear lliv.'ln, Rhodesia.
A Chinese iiiercliii.it ol I'.-l.in. who
v>i.s convict.-.1 of murder wns sentenced lo death l.v being deprived ol
sleep. Four wardens kept walcl.
over l.i... to keep bim nwnkc, and ....
.he tenth day tl.e murderer di.il.
A resolution it. favor of restoring
tin- name Kruger avenue to one ol the
chief streets iu the eily—the original
mime was changed to Alexandra
avenue after the late war—has been
rejected hy the Blocmlontein corporation.
'I'he ruins of Bradley Old Halt, near
. Aslihiii.rn. are lo In- thoroughly
searched for hidden treasure. Tho
story g.H-s thai a quantity of treasure was concenlcd in the cellars wheal
tin- hall was destroyed in the lime
ol Cromwell.
The nurses at the llitehin workhouse declare lhat one ,,f the wards
is hi.....led, .....I thev ine alraill lo go
on night duty. They state thai th.-y
have heard unennny lootsteps .....1
weird noises whieh Ihey could not nc-
.ount tot.
The various Irish societies in London issued a joint manifesto recently
appealing lo Irishmen and Irishwomen in London lo boycott the
Irish International exhibition at Dublin, on tin- ground that it tends to
promote loreign trade of Ireland.
An Ealing ci.h.lriver. who was
elmrged with Intoxication, declared,
to tlu- Brentford magistrates thai it.
was smoke and not drink. "A
gentleman gave mc .. very good and
very strong cigar," he said, "and 1
found myself going."
a salary    ol fSltll a
Sixteen hundred Inhabitants of Biz.
(Hernult) lu.be solemnly sworn ..
paj .... taxes until steps are taken t.
improve Hn-   condition of wlnc-grow
Only ,113.111 :ts. was received it.
Bucks last year lor motor car drivers' licenses, hut sun cars passed one
point .... the Great Ball, road lu one
dny ol twelve hours.
■I'he Genoa Electric Trait, company
proposes ... construct lines on private
roadways, only using tht- public
roads i.l crossings. Tbe estimated
cost  is I'll,nun,lino.
Tli,- .'I.,
.died  t.i
pel ....<-...
111.' lift
null ll..
•shire t.tv council has re-
spent over £8,000 in a
Important dust-laying ex
on     ........    ......Is.     This is
organlwd ..Itempi     lo deal
uulsnnco,
T.    Qulllcr-Co.icl. (".)"),
.... sou.,, lime |.ast  taken a
est   ...   ctlui-iil.oUiil   worl.   ...
h.is heen   oleclcd  lice
1 the    Cornwall    county
Mr.    I
who bus In
keen latere
tin-   I'li.-li.
,lf	
. .I.ic...on  colllll.lt lee
T\... Austrian nrcbcologista, Professor Selllu .in.l lien Niemann, an
architect, who have jusl. returned
Irom Ui.- Holy Lund, report lhat Ihcy
have succeeded In rediscovering lhe
nllgl.iiiI rii.inii....e Jericho, which
was taken by Joshua.
There has b.-.-n a great increase of
.....lists in Japan since the Russo-
Jupancsc war. According lo statis-
llcs published by the Japanese minister of finance there were 35,353 vision's ... ti..- country in 1110(1—an increase ..I S.S23 over lOOf..
The ngrlcullurnl laborer often
nnil.es Uu- In-si constable; the ...an
iron, domestic service tl.e worst,"
mill Si. Howard Vlnceat, M. P., who
wus director of criminal    invest ig-a-
ii...i ut   Scotland Vard It  1K-7X to
ism, to iiu- police commission.
Mrs. Harrison, of llurte..-le-1'h.v,
Hods, writes: "A k-opcr at a village
t-alled Siiuiion, ;i few miles from I.u-
lon, was digging out a rabbit hole,
when he came upon .. curious but
happy family, viz.. a white rabbit, a
hedgehog and a rat.
Pines amounting to over .1)22 were
Imposed ai Swindon on Oliver 1I..I1
Manners, farmer, of Wanhorough, for
scjiiiing two churns ot milk to a contractor in Swindon, one containing 12
per cent nil.led waler and the other
1 per cent added waler.
Two barristers wen. discussing the
value as evidence of means of the
possession of a motor car at l.v-
...inn-ton (Hants) county courl. "I
can't nlTord a motor car, it, takes me
nil .... time lo live and pay for golf
kills," suit! one amidst laughter.
'I'he post-master general has notified
a correspondent ai llnywurd's Heath
that he has decided to erect tour additional trunk lines between Brighton
i.iiil London, so as to improve Hie
telephone service, complaint having
been made respecting delay bv users
of  tl.e  telephone.
The London couniy council committee on parks uiul open spaces hns
decided lo erect .. house ... the Long
Pond, Chnplmm Common, for the ar-
loiiiiiif-liiiiiii of owners ..f miriatiiv-i
yachts, and to enclose the pond '?'
...thin a ratling. I" ,,
An ngreemenl bus been signed liv
il.,- ministers ol public instruction til
Prance und Saxony providing for an
exchange of students between the colleges of lite two countries, to begin
next January. The object of the
agreement is ... facilitate tl.e study ol
foreign languages.
maintenance of the puuper in-
,t. tl.,- West Iliun workhouse,
ny. s.-li....Is uml iln- homes al
it- f.u tl.e hall year ending
-Im.is. nun;, amounted to £20,-
s nguinsi .L-2I..I..2 lor .he cording |i ul of 1005.     The cost
maintenance ot U.e officers and
is uus £15,880 nnd £10,801
lively.
The
mate?
...tin.
I ll.eh.
uie el
III
s bee
the
.1   the
de
spr.
An ...il.uli
Iff I.si   in   .In.   iliscl.li.il
eslnl   lo.     the      sltlt.il.
Iluke ol Ciimhrldee, note in position
in Whitehall The Inscription in
eludes tl,.- words "Born 18111
.Ilni, loot " The iiui- ili.-.l in March
nun
|    Foil.... um    Iln-     loss
wooden labels attached I
'in Uu- city puil    the Ti
Hon have     Issued    .......
rnings ... children.
... b.i
>.l
I ti
ll..
I     tenia.li
Ins been     .1
lb.i.sb in i.
in Ih,
.1111.
le  degree ot  lui
laved   In-   u
den  at   Exeter      Th.
foil,   ol   .  cheiiv  I tee
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Sill
I fit,, leel fro.
•ifCVlnnn bus I
.- nri ..I sir...
her brood
The
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petlllc Ih.
..in- hn
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to.l,
i- i-ioiniil uml ii
tiholoiraphcd i.
the bird as sh.
".-nt in
in- Hfi
n lif
Fdii.11 he
utc
labels h.ue
hole ... Hull Ihere l.v ,
...I.l  the   Tow
hul   lus  tt.f...
i.iiiiieious
the plnuts
ro oorporn-
o.is solemn
\t n chapel
u lur,:.- pilt-
lu -t I been
root, h-uv-
u jackdaw,
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OE   EAST  KOOTENAY.
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take no.ice thai Peter Jensen, ol
Wasa, It. C, Prospector, intends to
apply lor a special timber license
over' tl.e following described hinds:
1. Commencing a. .. post pl.ii.u-d
about 2.11. cliains south-wcsl of niouih
of Caribou Creek, ihence east 100
cliains, thence south -Hi chains,
thence west 100 chains, tlience north
lu chains to point of commencement,
..nil    containing IM.)   aces, more or
less.
Peter Jensen.
Dnleil .lune S,  11107, ll-l'.t'
2 Commencing ut n post planted
;it lhe south-west cornei of License
No I. thenco easi si. chains, thenco
south sn chains, thenco xv.-st 80
chuius, ihence no.II. SO chains to
polnl oi commencement, and containing .Hi. acres, moro or less,
Peiii   Jensen.
Dated June 8, 1007, il-.n-
i'i
ul   Ihe noilhit-
N,.   I, Ihence
soulh so    oil.,
chains,   .1 ce
pom. of
Ing uiu n
ut a post planted
corner ot License
st   Kit .-hi.ins.  tlience
Uience   easi    80
•nee    north    so chains io
ni.nciicci if, and contain-
es, moro or less.
Peter Jensen.
Dated .l.o.e S, 1007. 14-01'
I   C'. i ins ni   a post planted
in chains soulh of south-west corner
of License No. 1, theuce south sn
chains, thenco west sn chains, thonco
norlh sn chains, thenco eust sn
chuius lo point of commencement, and
containing 010 acres, ...ore or less.
Peter Jensen.
Dated .In...- s, mil?. 14-i,t*
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT  OF   EAST   KOOTENAY
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Till,.- iioliee that Peter Jensen, nf
Wasa,  B. ('., Prospector,  intends to
apply    for .. s| iui     timber license
over the following described lands:
Commencing at n post planted 2..
chains south of south-west eornei- of
License 117!.:), Ihence south 10 chains.
Ihence wesi Hill chains, thence north
11. chains, tlience east 100 chains to
point of commencement, and i-imtnin-
ing till. ...-res, more or less.
Peter Jensen.
Dated June 8, 1IIII7. H-(lt-
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days alter dale 1 Intend to apply to
.In- lion. Chief Commissioner ol
Lands ..ml Works and to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works for lhe Dislri.-I of Enst Kootenay, for a license to prospect lor
coal and petroleum on the following
ilesc.ib.-il taint, situate on the North-
Ens! Michel Creek, about eight and
one-half miles norlh und west of the
C'rows Nest station:
1. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-west corner ot R. (1.
Belden's claim, sunie being the initial
posl of P. L. Parrel's claim und
marked "P. I.. Parrel's south-wesi
corner."   Uience   Sfl    cliuins   north.
II. e   sn   cliains   cast,   thenco   SO
chains south, thenco sn chuius wesi
to place ..1 beginning, containing
nbo.ll lllll acres.
K   L. Forrel, Locator,
R. 0. Belden. Agent.
Located May 10th, 1007.
2. Commencing al a post planted
al lhe north-west corner of R. O.
Belden's claim, same being ihe Initial post ol A. Ballanlloo's claim
and marked "A. Italian-line's south-
cast coiiier post," tlience 80 chains
north, then.-e sn chuius west, tbenee
sn chains south, ihenee si. ehnius
eust ... place of beginning, and containing about 610 acres,
l. Balluntluc, Locator,
R. 0. Belden, .Vgent.
Located May inn., 1007.       Et-ni
Hi ..If.-
it...     be
iiiiiiii..uisl. iius liuliiiii.illv in.em-
.-. and ...-uli-.-t.-il he domes..c
s, she kept him dlnnerless live
running, .md when sh,- received
um.noiis she pin il between two
s .in,l senl   il   lo 1,11,1   in place oi
..I   (Laughter.)
I'll tNGE!
IT ROGERS' PASS
...duct
t    two
r
Tl. - I'l.fsle. lo.f.i co..mil Ins uc-
l-.x.l.'il  t>o».  l«is  son and  il-illl-litet   ut.
,-.| ....iii..ii ..I Hi.- 1..I.-    Ml   William
l........   ..t-i.,. ....v..i "I .'If     M.
.'I..11.-. Brown   broil .1 Mi      Wil
if... Brown   beld 'I..- "i'i.  fewer
ii.oi sn ..-.I.- .n.l to.- otlf-i mem-
hen ..I ih.- t.uiiilv s,.it,.,i as mayors
Tl  ..I Low-sto!. I........ 1 '
in-, narl in .1..- mackerel flsherv oil
II.. Co....t'..H ro.sl Inn- i.-.i"..'.l
I.et.s  ot  heutv   l.eses   flo...   .he   eliol
 s Pair. d ".li        Nets worth
hundred, ol .........is have been sunk |..
....- hot......    l.v lhe    great weie.il ,,l
fr.h. nnd lost
l-'oi lhe sivlv-toio- veurs Hint he
I-is Ven vi.-nr ol Sineleli.il the ltcv
I     I'     Wood bn. never     hud l.ietlici.l
■ ...i-i,.i.o. tsked for the secret ot
l.ls h.-illbv lite he snid: "He moderate in eiiliii" nml drinking. T-.lr
on rp „f vonrsell when vo.ll.ff. You
. •.-•••it b"iii Ibe c.m..H" nl boll, ends
nn.l live (n a grenl ate."
   N-.ulh.ilic     ll-.il...-.     nn
1   '• 'eel.    venrs    old. bus  iin-
•oieil .o tlie stinreme court nt New
v-.i-l- lo Increase her nttownnee from
.."1,700 a yi-ne. which, she snvs. is not
,.i.niii'h. She declares Hint vAllo it.
..-nt nntnle when she was thirteen
.—.is- old. she eannol livp on it now
that shp is nineteen.
\, mvei   Province    A
which Involves .1..- deviation ol   two
miles of U.c .....in to f U.c I'  P. R.
ni Rogers Puss, U.c summit ol lhc
Selklcki., tt-i.s awarded lodnv to
Messrs Mncdoiieii ,v .i/owsl,i, engineers and contractors ol Vancouver.
Wiui.- will |„. started ...st ns soon ns
Hie contractors cm. place iheir equip
men! on the ground,   nnd It Is   ex-
pecletl  Ihnl   II I,.1.-1 taking  will    be
completed l.v  H ...I.e.        ti, .„
ii.i.t price ol ihe woik approaches
the sum of linn.nil...
The reason lor U.e deviation ol lhe
IM..'- nl lingers Pass is primarily
th... more yardage accommodation
mut he secured there Rogers Puss,
owing io tls situation on the summit
of .he Selkirk range, is something ot
n divisional polnl ihough il is not
oihciniit designated as such.
During Uie winler months il is
the headki.nr.c.s of nil lhe snow-
plows nnd Iheir crews in Uiat dislriel. which work iu Unlh directions
from tlie summit.
Then- is also always a considerable
amount ..I freight trallic handled   a.
Rogers Puss enst uml westbound, and
......e yn.il room linn, is at    present
available bus become a necessity, Thp
(racks are to be swung nut into   the
...idille of Ibe valley ami will be   re-
mnvotl fro... ..II danger of slides   at
Ihal  point.
ill Willi....K   LAND DISTRICT
s.n Til DIVISION ill-' EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice lhat Lester Clapp. ol
Cra.d.rook, Motel   Keeper, Intends 1,.
apph fnr    a special I. se over   lhe
following described lands:
Commencing ... a post planted at
.' 1'. R. Post No. -IIM. on east line
In.l 1503, thence casl SO chains,
ih sn chaius, thence west so
ins, thence norlh 811 chains to
polnl ..I commencement, und containing lllll ii.-res. more or less.
Lester Clapp,   Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Ageat.
Dated .1....,- 15, 1007. 1.1-0t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY
Take notice Hint li..I.clI I.illle, ot
Port Sleele, Prospector, bus applied
fo. permission lo cul nnd carry away
limber Irom the following described
land:
Commencing nt a post plnnti-d at
.he north-easl corner of License
' C   W.    Wilson    No.   I,"   Ihenee  1.10
chains south, U. .- in chains   east.,
thence I CO chains north, thence -HI
chains wesi i.. place of commencement,
Rohert I.l. He.
Located .1 - nth, 1007. 1.1-01
CHANHIIOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY
The .......I.- I  electric B-MI ■•"
elf nt Leeds l-.sl year    vlelded Pol
-..'. .,ross profits, ns
£02,15.1.
Take ....lice Hint Robert Little, of
Poll Sleele. Prospector, bas applied
for permission to cut nnd carry away
li...her fro... the following described
land:
Commencing ai a post planted at
the south-east corner ot Licens.,
.17112, 1hel.ee SO chains past, thence
III chains south, Ihence 10 chains
east, thence SO cl.nl.is north, thence
120 chains west, Ihence til chains
son.li lo place ol commencprnpiit.
Robert Little.
Located June nth, 1007. 18-01
PROFESSIONAL CA.JUS
!• I   •'■■>*• •* •• * • *>■*> * * ** •-* •««•«•-* *i,
li i Cranbrook Sash    ♦
I    * *
•• I and Door Factory ,
Murphy A  Fisher,
Parliamentary,    Departmental
Patent  Office  A-*t'iit_.
t
Practice Belore Railway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Fisher.
Crescent Lodge Nl. 33
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, H. C.
Meets eve.y Tuesday at s p. m. at
New Fraternity Hall
,\   C. Bowness, .'. C.
F   A. Small, K. ol R- * S
Visiting   brethren   ctJially luviiea
to   .tt.inl,
.... P. k.-t lilt Lodl!
No, 42. Meets etery
Monday night a.
N.-vt- Fraternity Hull. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited
.'h,
All kit..Is •-!' linisli work io
i .in lui.is ..1 titusii work in .
1 way of .loom. wiudowB, trun- »
J stuns, etc.   Kiln dried lumber !
I for inside work.   Our work is !
X guaranteed uud our pries are 1
J satisfactory.    Screen    doora '
Slii III,
l\  11   McKay
N. O.
Sec'y.
rxk\
i.t
■break i.oilxc, No
.. H. 4 4. M.
CAE>AA°^
IFIC
RAII \\ AS
I'uiiKh and Dressed Lumber '
For SaU' ,'
Take
Regular meetings on
the third Thui .day
ol every luoulh.
Visiting lirt-a en welcomed.
Edward Elwcll, W M.
W. F. Attridge, Sec'y.
Ci-.tnlirnok Aerie 967
FOE
very   Friday    evening al 8
Meet
p.m.
Chas. Smith, W.P.
,11.  II.  Hillings, Secretary.
Visiting brethreu co.dially intiied
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. IS7'
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ol L. E. Hall 2nd   and
lib Saiu.il.iy each month.
Visiting bn-iliii-u always welcomr
T. Boytcr, Jas. E. Larrlgan,
W. M. Sec'y
W. P. UUKl),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CltANUltODK.DIU'TSII   COLUUill,
»»**»»*»•#«»#♦#***♦**♦***
|       C. H. DUN_A«       S
1 Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   J
| Puhlic, Etc. j
2 Cranbrook,    ■    -    II. C.   \
s.♦»»»*»-.»•»*«**•♦**•♦**»,
DRS. KINti & OREEN,
Physicians and Surifeons.
Oltie* at Residence,  Armstrong Av.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons mm to I	
Afternoons - - - 2.00 (o LOO
Evenings - - - - 7.IIU to 8.IIII
Sundays - - - - 2 mi to   I :in
CRANHROOK :: B, C
DR. F. E.KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS )
• to 11 a.m.
1 lo • p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
.Ifbcc aud residence ou Armstrong av,
CKANIIROOK, II. C.
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS.
• to 11 • ni.
1 to I p.m.
I   lo    I  U m
OH.ce la new  Reid blue.
CRANHROIIN,  B   V
**********************
*
t	
; CUMMINfiS & CUMMINOS!
CIVII.  HNOINBKkS AND   II..V1IM0N
AND It. t. I.'M> SlKVIiVIIIIS
"";■);■* Cranbrook, B.C.;
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Geo. R. I.cask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Mil ICE,
lice    u..t. under Un- pro-,
lions ol     Section 222,    Chaptei   !
Revised Statutes ..f    Canada,   1	
iln- Canadian   1'acWc  Railway Cm.
(ini.iiiisi-s of Un- British I',,liifil.
Soulhcrn Railway, Intends to appl
to Uie Board ... Railway Comma
foncs foi  Canada, alter ihe cxplr.1
ti 1 four weeks Irom Uie date   .
Hn- nisi publication ol this notice, .
so soon tl.c.'enlter as the appllcalli.
.nu In- li.-.ml l,.r ....lb...ill- to ....
slrucl, maintain mul opcralc I.in...
lines of the British Columbia Soutl
e.u Railway, commoaclng at a poi..
on the snid 11. O. S. Railway, in I...
2ii, Group 1. East Kootenay In
tricl, mul running Irom thenco in
 -lb-westerly direction to points o
said    Lot 20; the  location ..I wliieliI
said p.opost-d branches is n-.ore par
lu-nlnrlv    shewn on a   mnp or plan
 HI.- and hook ..f reference drpos1t.il
... the Nelson Rceislii Ollice,   ll   r .
on ll.c IIU. day ..I May, I ; \..
52111.1. m.i in- ot which il.-po.ii     i
ilso hereby given   pursiinul in    Hi
provisions nl   lhe snid section.
O. Urli.kwaler,
Secretary
Hnleil Ihi-. 18th day of May, A, D.
1II..7. n-li
■'WINDFALL"    MINERAL   CLAIM.
SITUATE ON MARK CREEK, IN
THE FORT STEELE MINING
DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY'.
Take notice that 1, Allied Doyle,
Free Miners' t'er.Iflealp, No. H7li.r.S
Intend nn davs Irom He dale hereof,
io apply lo Hie Minim- Recorder for
i Certificate of Improvements tor lhe
niirpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
..I the nbovc claim.
And further take nolle.. Hint action, under Section 27, musl he com-
monepd before the Issuance of such
I'eriiiioaie of Improvement.
Allied Doyle.
Hnlel Ihis 711. dav ol May, A. D.
11107. Slit
EXCURSION RATES
EAST
Trom   Cranbrook
S52.S0 lo
Winnipeg.  Fort Arthur,
Si.   Paul,   Duluth,
Sioux  City
St, Louis
Chicago
Toronto
Ottaw.i
Montreal
St. John's
Halitdx
$60.00
$64.00
$78.50
$82.55
$84.00
$94.00
$101.80
Ticki-ls on Sale July ,1, -1, 5,
August fi,'), id, Sept. II. 12, 13
G. .1. COYLE
a..:. I', t .
VAN   lllll..;
.CARTER
11.
CRANBROOK   LAND DI STRICT.
KOOTENAY   LAND    DISTRICT.
Tal in.-  lift    fii,, i   Indi i .
Ri
I"
ol    I...I
III III
H.ilfil  Ih.
CH IKBItdOK
DISTRICT
Take  mil ice
nini'lii'i ' .- i
.I.f   ,.i
LAND
nl   Im..
Ihal  11
DISTRICT
TEN \Y
ll.c.
l.-iii
LAND REGISTRY ACT
that.
I2U clta.
Int ol
:.:-.-, '. If
T.i I,.- no.ice Hiui nn application Im-
Ii.-i-ii  made    tn    rcgistei     .Inl... Mc- "
llerlllid   ns   Hie   ntvilel   il.   Fee  sitlipic,
under  a Tax     Sale 1. I I.om Allied I
.'. Nelson, Assessor of the Hlstrlcl nil
Fort Steele, In .lolin McD.-lmid i
hearing date the 31st dm- ol N.nem |
'if..  A.   D.     HIUI, of nil und singular
.hut certain parcel or trad of I.m.I
..ml premises situate, Iving nn.l being
in lhc Town of Wniihier, in tho Plot  |
in-.- of Briiish Colnmhln,  par-
iiculu.lv known ami described ns Lot
Fourteen, Block Thirty-Two, in Iln-
Town ..f Wardner, iu lhe Province ...
llrilisli Columbia (Mnp 030).
You and each of you un- required
to ......lest the claim of Uu- tux purchase, within foiirtecii days from Uu-
.lute of Ihe service nf this notice upon
...ii, nnd in default of a caveat or
ff.tiiiraie of lis pendens being lil.nl
within such period, you will be forever estopped and debarred from
letting up .... .li..... lo cr it. respeel
..f the snid luml, nml I shall register
.lohn McDcrmid us owner thereof
Dated at Land Registry Ollice Nel
...n, Province of Hiilish Columbia
iiii- 1 lit li day of October, A. D
1005.
II. T. Macleod,
Dislriel Registrar.
To I.iliun .1. A. fluid
Eleanor Gurd
.lohn II. Warren !2-2t
I'ei   II..1-.
Dated .1
11-.- .
,;;          ''-'".
I'll Wl
ROOK
i. IND disi ::n i
D1STRIC
SI 1
'Paled ...
Ci.il.lilool
' OF
nn:
ll-!
EAST  1 TENAY
l.N un ISION
1 Kcepei     ■ lends  li
apph for
In    follow
Common
O. P. It.
i... .if
Posl
il tin !,-: : .        .    :
1 iiln.il la   Is:
p.          - ted    . ■
No   I'.M. ,-.,s.     Ilni
Lot   lni.2
the.
cast   -..   chains
sn
Dulcd June
HI win;..
I   '■:.:
11-01
RALPH SMITH MAY LEAVE PUB-
Lie LIFE
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Unbelt Little, of
Fort Steele, Prospprtor, has applied
for permission lo cut and rnrrv nwny
timber Irom Hip following described
land:
Commencing al. a pnst planted nt
thp    south-west    corner   ol License
Na.inimn, .lune 10.—Ralph Smith,
when asked if he is going to take the
posilion uf Superintendent of Indian
..Hairs (or British Columbia, said he
compared with. Is M"t In .. position to discuss lhe In-1 imfis, tbpi.ee 100 chains south, thence
din., question at present. Head- 'fl chains east, ihence 100 chains
__ milted thnt    the matter   was being  nnrlh, Ihenee 40 elinlns west to place
Six hundred ■piilli-nllons   hnve hc.-t.'pr.-ssiil m. him. ..,1 commencement,
receh-pil bv thp eity enrnnratlnn Inr     H   is   believed    here   that Smith I Robert Little,
the   vacant    post   ol city   marshal' wishes to rctlro Irom public lite. Located June 10_, 1907. 18-0t
Our work is |oiir ndvertis '-ut. hut w.
pot this ad in U.e lloriiltlllo
einpliAsise it.
CRANBROOK, li. C.
Near Lower Armstrong Avenue.
TELEPHONE ill
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY &DOYLF
Proprietors
Train, "tn.. drive,, lur..."I.e.. 1.
polnl lu Uf li..i:l-t.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Unit sixlt
lays all... date 1 intend to apply ti,
'he Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, Victoria, Briiish Coiumliin,
tor permission in purchase the following described laud in South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a posl planted at
a point mi chains south ol the sou.}.
past corner of Lot number n2-!7,
Group 1, East Kooteiiuy, Ihence east
iu chains, Ihence soulh -lu chains,
tlience west -III chuius, thenco I....11.
■in chains to Ibe point ol chains to
the point of cominoucemcuL, containing l.lli aces.
Rolpl. Pal r.
Bated Ihis lllll. dny of April, A II ,
1007. 7-0t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
SOI TH  DIVISION OF  EAST  KOOTENAY
Take notice Hint Lester Clapp.   oi
i'i,liiin....... Hotel   Keeper, Intends to
nppiy for    ;. special license over   the
lollowlng des.-i. I lands:
Commencing at u post planted lorty
chains norlh of c. p. ll. Post No.
11, on east line Lot 1502, Ihence east
•in chains, thenco south Hill chains,
ihence west -111 chains, thence north
Uiu chains to point of commencement,.
nml containing 840 actcs, .note or
less.
Lester Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
Haled .Line II,  1007. 13-0t
IISTRIOT   l.F   s.ii TH DIVISION
i.F EAST KOOTENAY
Jake ....life thai  Lester Clapp,   „!
rannrook   Hotel Kec| - ■   ;:,- ■ ..;■   -.,
PP'J     i"i ..   -f  i , license
ivci  Un- followim. .|, .,:.:..   land
1 ommencing nl  .-  planted   a:
■•■■ I-- I osl No   I5M. east line lot
...... Ihence  en i ■..    chains, --. nee
I..
-■I..
Haled June III, :■■..;
Agent.
11-01
..i,:^. 'Mm
SYNOPSIS IH-' CANADIAN  HOMESTEAD REGI LATIONS.
Any
ava
ul.lt-   Ii.   ilnion    Lands
.flhii,
.'..ll.l.ll
tne
In,   III
:..ilt..ni  11 ,t in   Ui.i.sb
.i  in-   bumosteaded    hj
auj pe
sun t
in, is tbo .-."le l.t-a.l ol A
In....It,
ol   ui
y mule over 18 years ol
IgC,   1.
Ibe
fii.-i.t      ol  ..i.c-ipiullel
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice thai Robert Little, nl
Fnii Steele, Prospector, has ap|)ll«l
for permission In cut anrf t-arry away
limber Irom tho following ilcscrlhcil
luml:
Commencing at a post planted
about uni' mile west, tit (I. S. Fli/.z-
i-ll's No. 2 Ucense, "South-wcat
' corner," thence HO chains west, Lhcncd
inn t-hains south, thenco kii chaii
*■»- 'easi,, thence mi chains norlb in pl.n
t.i commencement.
Robert I.ltil
A. DOVLU, MaiittKcr    »   Lm.a,e,i June 5th, 1UU7.
linn nl  liilt a.-if,, 111..ie ui  )i
Knuj- iiiii.ii to i,. uie personallj at
iI.l* I.hmI la nt! olhee i.jr Uu- district
ii. which Ua- land is situate.
Iiii' homtwteuder i.s i.'i|-un.:.l In pcr-
i.um tin* conditions connected  iI.lt
uiih     undei   one ot   lhe    following
|ilu ns
■ 1 i   At  least ;-ix months'  residence
upon ainJ culUvaliOu ui the land
uuch j.-.ii I'.i three years,
(2) If n.r lather (or mother, il
the fathei . deceased), nf the liumc-
atcadei residi, upon a i..i*ui in the
i/fujnily nf ll.c lain! entered fnr, the
retjuiremenls »> ;>. residence may be
satisfied hv such pel ..a u-.iiiljiiii willi
the fathei or mother.
['■'•) Jl Uie setller has Ins pt-rma-
ncnt residence upon fanning land
owned li> liim in the vicinity ol hi:
homestead, Hit* requirements as i.
residence may l.i- satislied L> real
deuce upon the said land.
Sis iiii.nl!,-,'    notice     in    winin--
aliould lu* given In lhe Cm
ul Dominion Lands at Oil
Coal lauds m.i', be purchased al
UU per   acre Im     i-ofl coal ami $20
fill   .ili'lilanl.'        Nul   more   llta'li   ,{211
acres ran l"- acquired Ia oue individual ui company. Ituyaltj at ito.
rale ol   tern cttil       pi I   ton ul 2,000
l mli      lull     hi- collected   mi    the
grown output.
W. W   CORY
"WATER CLAUSKS    CONSOI IDA-
TION  ALT,  18117."
1. This is lo certify that "The
Cranbrook Electric Light Company,
Limited," a Company duly Incorporated under tin,* provisions <.f tbe
"Companies Aft. I8i#7," ami which
.has been ivi-'stercd under the "Power
Companies' Relief Act. iai'2," for tho
purpose uf exercising the rights,
powers, privileges and priorities iu
land hy Pari IV. of the said Act
created, granted and conferred, has
submitted its undertaking to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council, fur
upiH-oval, and that Ito said umler-
taking, as shown bv ihe documents
.'inl plans filed, has heen approved,
-"il tiial ihe same is as follows:
Tin* predion of a dam acrn>s ihe
si. Marys River, in a rnckv canyon
al.t.ut nnedquarter of a mile west nl
Die railway bridge upon which lhe
Cana-dian Pacific Railway crosses tiie
St. Mary's River, as shown un the
plans filed and marked "11''. the erection uf a power house to he situated
at or close tn the dam. the water
under a 30 Inch head passing through
turbine water-wheels in the p.iw.-r-
house, thence Ihraugh the tail-race
into ihe river aitain; the erection of
all necessary pule lines The power
will he utilized to Mipi.lv ilgnt, heat
ami puwer chiefly to the Citv of
Cranbroola ami the Inhabitants th.*r«*-
of, to operate railwavs, tramways,
sawmills .u.d other Industries uf anv
nature or kind, ...-.-1 :,» consumers
genera-lly of light, heat or power in
the Foil Steele Mining Division uf
Fast  Kootenay.
I'Jtrlit thousand miner's inches of
water are to he presently taken from
St. Marys River, in East Kootenay
District; five thousand miner's incites
«.f the s.iitt eight thousand miner's
inches --.. to he presently taken stand
..li.-ady recorded in Ihe name nf the
Company, which record is heiehy at.
prowl ami confirmed, and the Intended application uf the Company
for a furlhei record of three thousand
miner's Inches, and of such lur thei
records not exceeding thirty tlmusaiiil
inches, limn ami uul nf the said SI
Marys River, according to the te
t|uirements of its business ami the
extensions to l>»> Kiihset'iirntly undertaken is approved; provided that
ncli approval shall not be construed
■< giving the Company any absolute
Eglit io such records when applied
for.
Ami   this is    further  to certify
Uiat  the Company proposes  to com-
nence its undeitakint; by  the     con-
Iruction     of a   dam actoss the   St.
Jt,     Marys  River and  llie uecessaiy
xcavatlon*- ami gradincs. and by ihe
onstruction ot a power-house at the
ito of the dam, and hy the erection
■( [>.>]-•■ and stringing uf copper     oi
titer will's thereon, fur the put pose
of   conveying     the electrical   energy
real-it by water-wheels at  said dam
o tlie   City uf   CranbiooK ami      Its
icinity and iiilervining points.
A,   And   this  is    further  to ceiiily
hat "The Cianhrook  Electric Lmht
Company,  Limited," shall have duly
ubscribed before it commemrs     the
onstiut "inn of its undertaking    and
-*Ork, ur i-x.-rtises any ul tne puwets
i     that      bdialf    conferred      by  the
Water  Clauses     Consultdatiuti  Acl.
>'T "    Part     IV.,     five    thuiisami
"■ 0   -:._res     ul one dollar (Sl.iKJ.
each      The lurtlter amount of eapiul
.•i'Uire<ltu   lullv   complete   tbe   utider-
aking *t;*i work to be provided   by
-  i--'.r- uf first  murteae;e bunds or
lebentores  uf  'The  Cranbrook  Elrc-
nc Light Cumpany, Limited," to he
-sued fr..m 'tme io time, or all   at
he same time, to an amount       not
■\etfdirig in the     whole one bundled
ousand dollars 'il(K),000).
4.   And     this is   further to certify
hat the time within which the   said
apital. \iz: five thousand dollars,   ii
■ i be sibsfribe-d is fixed at one yrar
from the date hereof, and that     tbe
- within wbk-b the said ui.deitak-
ni and     works are to be commenced,
- fixed    at    one    vear   from    the
late      !.•■:(*■•?,       iit'd      tbe       date
.V which all     of the proposed wurU.
.I.all be in   operation is     two yeais
i om the date hereof.
Fred J. Fulton,
Clerh of tbe Executive Council
IMkI thu 2nd    dav of May, A   D.
1907. lMt
i RANBROOK  LANU  DISTRICT
SOUTH DlW.SluN  OI-   LAST  KOti-
TENAK
Take notice lhat Lester  Clapp,    ui
Cranbrook, llutd   Keepei, intends tu
appl)  loi      a .-.pedal llCeCJe o'.cl     lhc
lollowlng dt-aciibeiJ land.:
LoinriK-ncing a; O. P. ii. Pobt 44M.
on east line Lot WJ2, thence east au
L-Rains, tbenee uo.u. ou chains, Uience
ivest a0 cliaiii.-*, thence i,utiUi bu
chains to point of commenoement,
nd  containing    i-iu acres, luoie ui
38,
Lester Clapp, Locatur,
Niclioiab Powers, Agent.
Dated .lune IS, 1UU7. L3-61
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION OF EAST Kuo-
TENAY
Take notice that Lester Clapp, ol
Cranbrook, Huu-l Keeper, Intends tn
apply for a special license ovei the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted cornering on to C. P. It. Post -1.J on
easi lint* Lot 45!)-', th'-nc-e east ou
chains, ihence south .iu cnain^, thence
west 5U chains, nit-lice noi th su
chains to point of commencement,
and containing t*-lo acres, mure oi
less.
Lester  (Tapp,  Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
Haled June 7, 1UU7. lj-ut
18-Bt Deputy of iln- Minis tei ol the Inieaoi
LAND NOTICE.
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that .lohn Claries
Slacey, of Cranbrook, rancher, has
applied fo r permission to puicluse
tht- following described lands: Commencing at a post planted forty
chains soutb of the south-west corner of Lot 6,0)8, thence 40 chains
east, tlimt-e -10 chains north, thence
iu chains west, thence AU chains
suulh to the point of commencement,
containing UiO acres, more or less.
Objection must be (lied with the.
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Woiks m Cranhiook on or before the
Sth day of July, 1907.
John Charles Stacey.
Dated the (itii ol May, 1907.      8-9t TIIK   CKANBKOOK    1IKKAI.H
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Satisfaction to ALL is
our first consideration
w
SATISFIED!
E hardly know how to express our appreciation of the way
the people of Cranbrook and vicinity responded to our
invitation, issued in last week's " Herald." Our store was
crowded all day long, and we had the pleasure of meeting many of
our old friends and making the acquaintance of many strangers.
We fully appreciated the many kind remarks made about our
goods. The Ladies' Shoe and Men's Clothing Department received
very generous support, and from all the vast number of people who
visited these departments we heard nothing but praise for the goods
we sell.
Promptly at 6.30 p.m. Mr. James Arnold, who sealed and
locked the boxes, broke the seals, and Master Bernard Schermerhorn
drew the envelopes one by one from the Suit box.
The twentieth envelope, containing Ticket No. 13, drew the
$20.00 Suit of Campbell's Fine Clothing.
Mr, B. R. Lawson, of the Standard Lumber Company, was
the lucky man.
Mrs. A. C. Bowness held the lucky ticket, No. 7, the duplicate
of which was drawn in the tenth envelope, and receives the elegant
pair of $5.00 "Dolly Varden" Shoes.
The "Dolly Varden" Shoe
is Union made, and well and honestly made, too.
Campbell's Clothing
is on the " Fair List."   They pay their men higher wages than the
union schedule.
All the recommendation needed is the word of those who have
worn these goods.
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT FOR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
CIGARETTES
MAKAROFF. Russian Cigarettes
NESTOR,    Egyptian    »
MELACHkINO,   "
THREE CASTLES, h'njlisli-
CRAVEN. ••    ••
lltitlEN'S GUINEA GOLD. English
M'ltilT,    Turkish Cigarettes
DARDANELLES. -
MIIRAII,
SWEET CAI'OHAI.. Virginia
ATHLETE,
Dl.ll JIM,
r. a. silt'Hint |u i-
VANITY EAIR    '     -
S. J. MIGHTON
rut; TOIiteCONIST
TURF ASSOCIATION
On another page will be found a
letter Hint will explain the object of
;i meeting held lasl Friday evening
For tho purpose of arranging a race
meeting in Cranbrook (he coming
fall. This is ii matter that deserves
the careful coilsideration of the
iieoplu Df both town and district. It
is thought by many thnt a change iu
tin* celebration program for Labor
Day would bo a most excellent idea,
nml that the lime is opportune for
llns change.
The colli inns of the Herald are open
for anyone whn desires to express an
pinion on this matter.
 ♦ —
LOST ONR I-EC1
Duncan Miiiiwcu. engineer, los-t- n
leg lasl Monday while his eiiglue was
si I ilif! al   thr Whoopup suilt-li, four
miles wesi  nl Lotlibrldge.     Mr. Mc-
Kw.'ii   was    underneath   the   engine
when iln* air escaped allowing     the
pii-rIiio  to move forward,       The. leg
was       hmlly     crushed,      ami    owing      I..        ih.-      delnviil        meet
tin-     iinfiii'hiiiate       man       Inst     a
ml   nmounl   ot blood    helm.-    ho
ihi Im- token into Lethbridge,   and
i ion,iiii.us is so serious thai fears
I*    entertained of his uiinu.iir   re
TIM-: GUILD    WOMAN'S PRAYER
'i'he  following Baliro    was written
by .Mis, .1. It. Smith and read at   a
meeting of Uu*   Marshall, Minn., Woman's club:
O, Lord,   1 come tn Thee iu    prayer,
once more,
Hul. pardon if I do not kneel before
Thy gracious presence, for my knees
are sole
With so mueh walking.     In my chair
instead
I'll sit  at  ease and hiimhlv bow my
bead.
I've labored iu Thy vineyard.     Thou
dost know
I've sold  ten  tickets  to  Ihe minstrel
show,
I've called on fifteen strangers in our
town,
Their    contributions     lo out chimin
pul  down.
LOCAL NUltS
,.)■..
I'll'KKII 111' ABOUT TIIK CITY HI
ASKING QUESTIONS (ll-'
MANV PEOPLE.
Il.n.
h.-n|.
.Mi.
hi
get
ouli'l.nl
nn.l „[-
letllili
V
:
• '.,
"<.
....
..,,
.,,,
,...
Ill,-      lusl   I
dry goods snle.-C.
nn.l Mrs. Mcllor, of M
I'lnnbiool, visitors this
Hi. King Ims   iiiuili- s i-
iiii[irovi-liit-nls in liis lesidenc
Dec.
Ml. ninl Mis. S, .1. Mlgl.lo
I  u-slcrilni   fi-oiii  then   Ilif.  lo Sns
In. toon.
Ilon'1 If Iln- lust I.. gel in on
cheap iliy goods sale.—C. 0. S.
Tin- local Orangemen will holtl n
cclchlall.il. in llns .ilv on Iln- 1211
oi .Inly.
.Mis. A. II. l-'finvi.-li, ol Fori Steele., |
has been visiting Crnnbrook friemls
Ibis week..
Roomers nn.l boarders wanted in
private house. For parlicnlni'S apply to .Mrs. A. .liiiilii.c. 13
N, V. Milh-lt.-. of Klko, wns tiuns-
ictlng liusiiiess in I'liiiiliiooli several
lays ihis week.
Tin- Sweeny intcrcsls in tin- Snlli-
liin mini- liiiti- hi-i-ti secured by whal
s known i.s iln- "Ttirncr crowd."
Mis.  .Wilson,  tti.',- of John   Ni-ilsoii.
.f .In- ('. I'. It, commercial telegraph
illicc, nrriveil Iron. Montreal vest.-.-
.lay.
'i'he daughters ol Mr. ...i.l Mrs. (I.
Krickson have returned from Calgary
where   Ihcy    have   I n     altending
sel I.
Don't in- the Inst to get in on
cheap dry goods sale.-C. C. S.
Misses   Klin   nn.l      I.ou  l.eilill     ale
expected limn Vancouver ia a few
days, where Ihey hnve been attending
school.
William Cameron, who bus been ou
the short passenger run bet ween
Macleod ami LctT.bridgc, paid his
lamily a short visit on .Sunday last.
Why not get a Maycock Patent Refrigerator I'm. nml slop sweating and
dropping ot water in provisions? 13t[
Tl.e Canadian lintel has heen making some Improvements in the bar
room, nnd bas Instnlled one of the
finest work boards lo he lound jn the
west.
1.. .1. Almond Jones recently arrived from London, Kng., to occupy a
position in 11... Imperial bank. 'Mi.
Jones is a brother ol ltcv. Jones,
formerly of Creston.
Don't forget lhe C. I'. It. Quadrille
club dance which will he held on
Wednesday next, July 3rd, in Weut-
tvo.ih hull. Refreshments will be
served. Go and have a good
lime.
While Ihey last—Aslicroft potatoes
$1.50 per lUO pounds al Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Mrs. Conovpr, ot Crcston, who has
heen visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Bennett, of Marysville,
passed through Cranbrook on Saturday lasl accompanied l.v hei sister.
Miss Helta, who will spend a few
days visiting with her.
Two of the new combination sleepers and observation cars for the new
Spoknnc-St, Paul run arrived vesict-
day. The ears are named Spokane
nml Cranbrook and are beauties.
(.. T. McGregor, ol Moyie, was a
Cranhrook visitor last Thursday.
WANTED—A waitress, at Crest....
hotel, Creston, II. C. Apply at
ho.el or Ibis office. 8-tf
Mrs. Prest intends to spend a week
in camp   with the    Canadian Alpine
club ...-.il l.aggi.n,   then a week    at,
I1....I1, niter which she will go lo Vir-
ilen, .M...... where her sou Cecil is in
Un- hardware business. The people
ol Cranbrook will miss Mrs. I'rest,
..ml she will leave behind ber a host
of good friends.
NOTICE—Mrs. Hamilton will sell
I..-,   parlor,   dining    room, bedroom
nn.l Litehei. furniture at private sale.
Parties wishing to purchase can call
nl her home, Harwell avenue ninl inspect same in.in now until July
lirst, i2-;it
Al the regular drawing of The
I'ni-ific Loon Company, Limited, Mr.
A. -I- Carlo!    of Vnu, ver,     tins
the fortunate person. Mr, Cutlet....
Is now enlltlod lo n loan of (1000 at
less ll.i.u 2 per ecu! or lie may sell
his It,..n privilege for a Inintlsolne
bonus. For parliculars applv lo
llie   company, r.Uil     Penile.   Street,
Vancouver, li. O., or lo K. W. I g,
Cranbrook, 11. c. h-i
THE HOSPITAL WINS THE BOOKS
Tin- library com.-si thai hns been
... l.n Hie iti.sl fite mouths, was
...I.-.I lasl Friday nighl ..ml .In- vote
looil us follows:
■it.   Kugene   Hospital    827,118.1
I' A   I. .1. ...  F. Hull   „ .. 2-10,63(1
Knglc
A.  L. Mi-He. t
I.. Clapp
T. Turlcy
Wins. Smith
F. I-:. Haines
M. II. Hillings
Scrutineers.
Jill,Mil
I'vo linked n pot "1 beans I
day's spree,
An old ii  supper it is .-
I've dressed three dolls, I
iiiiini.il Iail,
U.I       le a en lie      will.
t.lllle there.
We.li.es
ill In be,
■do:
Flit IT nilfllVKRS MKETINl
uspic
A meet
I.  I',  l-'l
..- belli i
lulv   lilll,      I
Johns.one.   .
Chllliwnck
I tin
Ladncr,
el ine
-^ under tli
t Growers nssneintion will
Ciiinbionk ui 7..'lu p.m   on
ll   is expected Hint .Ins.
.f   Nelson; Henry Kipp.
J.   Blniulrilli,    nf
Now,  wilh Thy honii.ll
sublime,
Thou kl.owcsl     Ihnl   Ihese duties nil
take tin..-,
I linte no lime     lo light my spoil's
Iocs,
I bun- no    time lo    mend my bus-
luuul's clothes;
My children roam     Ibe si.eels I	
ii...in till night;
I hiiic no time to tea.I. then, to do
light;
Hi.. Thou, o Lord, considering nil my
cures,
Wilt count them righteous, also I .1
my prayers,
llless  lhat beau supper ami   Hie minstrel show,
I.id pul il     in ll.c hearts ol all   lo
go;
Induce the visitors lo patronize
The tiii-ii wlio iu om    pun',inni advertise;
ltccai.se    I chased     Ih.-sc inclchnnls
till Ihey hid
Whene'er llu-v     suit   im- coming,  v.-i,
Ihev dill.
IV
ill others will address ihi
FACTS ABOUT CANADA
AREA
ins l-:i
square
..In
.f Hi it isl. Km-
lilies.
I.ie.
.In-
mil lib..ti.
to
fair,
Ami   bless  lhe  people      who iissemiil
.   ihere,
Mav ..ur wliis! club In- to our seiv.t
'   blest,
Tl.e dancing    parly gavt-r than   tl
rest,
And when thou bast   bestowed the.
blessings, then
We pray that    Th.... wilt bless   ol
souls,  Anil-It.
Filly per rent of ibis area
el surveyed Into provinces.
Canada extends
I... ii.uli—i-ipi.il   fi
North Pole.
over 20 ilrgie.-s ol
nn Rome to     the
of    I'n.in-'li.'s     urea is oi'CU-
under cultivation,
a run... s proj;
I.fi to sipinri
i,(nl Slates,
II Isl, Empire
...on   of population
mile.     Australia I;
21; England, r.f.8;
....side of India) I.
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WEDDING BELLS
A diiinly, quiet wedding took place
tliis    aflei.u.on    at the residence ol
-lohn  Ncilson. Baker Hill, when ,11..
Edward Laurie, youngest son of Col.
W, 11. Laurie, of Monlrcal, was wedded lo Miss Kdylh .1. O. Neilsou,   ol
Ihis eily,   Rev.   Main  officiating.  The
bride  was  charmingly    gowned    in
cream colic...... mer while talTctn and
carried bridal roses. Tl.e bride's sister, .Miss Jessie Ncilson, acted n-,
bridesmaid, while Mr. Donald Brain-
ncr supported Ibe groom. Miss
Audrey Moc made a cute flower ghl
Tl.e loppy pair lefl on Hie afternoon
Iran, for Montreal, followed hy the
henilv Congratulations of their many
friends.
('....uili. has nearly a million square
miles of practically unexplored area
in the fur norlb.
Eighty pt-i cent of Canada's area
i-s north of Luke Superior; 21. pel
ent enst.
(...Ills wale
■11 per ce.il of Cnnndn's area
('.uiniln  is Intnl..led In- thtee oceans,
s   I.l....in miles of    sea    coast line
equals hulf ciicumleienec of earth,
Canada is 3,500 miles by 1,100 miles
in area.
Cnnndn has enough innd to give
each  iiihahilii.il  -100 acres.
Canada is larger in area than the
United Slates, including Alaska, by
"8,Oil s-tfiiate miles (with population of one-twelfth. I
Canada is ns large as 30 I'-uiled
Kingdoms ai.tl 18 Gcrmanys.
Canada is twice the size of llrilisli
India, uud almost ns large as En-
rope.
(-il.ii.tln has over 30 per rent, ot
Empire area, hut only one and a ball
per cent of Empire population of ion
millions.
Canaila is Inrger than Australia hy
a 1-3.
A SURE CURE
A young New Yorker of means who
maintains a iesidei.ee at, ccrlain seasons near Greenwich, Conn., recently
nuts.sl a grievance agatnsl bis immediate neighbor. The latter, it
appears, bus been appealed It. in vnln
to put a stop to the foraging of his
hens in the New Yorker's garden.
Finnl!y the New York- man decided
lo use a liltle strategy when appeal
ant! persuasion had [ailed.
Ilni- day n friend, who Unew of the
trouble between the neighbors, said:
"Still troubled by Blank's hens:"
"Nol a hit nf it," a ns we ret I the
New Yorker witb a .-buckle. "Thcv'io
.-but up now."
"How iiid you manage to accomplish it?"
"Well." replied tbe New Yorker,
"every nighl for n week I put a lot
of eggs in the garden under tin,
grapevine, uml everv morning, when I
was sure that Blank was looljing. I
went out nnil brought the e^gs in."—
Ex.
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\ "STEWARTS" X
Tl.e Leailhur I'rull Store
"CRESTUN STRAWBERRIIIS"
Cnnndn
France, :
is  18 fin.es as lalge
..( Spain, 33 ol Italy.
Britain's over-sens empire is 100
limes the si/e of fhe motherland.
British Columbia Is lhc largest
province; Prince Edward Island tbo
smallest.
Ca.indn-I'.     S.     Boundary line Is
.'I....... miles long; ioon    bv land, Mini
through waler.
('..inula lias a continuous walciwav
ot 2.381 milcs-lioin in,mill of St.
Liiwrc.ifc to bed of Luke Si.pe.ioi.
Canada's Mncken&li. liver Is, will.
iis Irlbutnrlcs, Bnllfl miles long—
ispinl to distance lion. Liverpool lo
Halifax.
Cnnndn bus 11,000 miles of wnler
wnvs from the St. Lawrence to tint
M.iok.-.i/.ie. will, onlv ISO miles of .
Innd break,
The distiii.ee fro... Ilnlifnx lo Van
.■ouver is grenier I lin ii from    I dm
lo Ilnlifnx,
||,
..I,,
loi
-I'll-.. IIAflAN-g" I'.lMtil-s
"•TIIA »' IIKIIII.US
Noli..li.-ii.-i-f..i- pi-napi-vimr.  I'lioi.-e
quality,   l.otv,... prlees.
OttDKII KARI.Y
HUGH STEWART
I'hoiie "6     •     Armotrnng Avfi
A WEEK OF FUN
Tin* 25,000 CliiL ,»f Li'th-
hritlgo pxteiuls it hearty invi-
tution to every reailer nf lliia
l*-'|M'i toiilteml ilif Iti}*
STREET CARNIVAL
fmm .Till)- H
nl I.'..-. ...nl -1
V.I.   Ton si...\.s
..-.   I'our I'..-.-.
TWO HOUSES
FOR SALE
On  Two  Li.Ih     I inly  Tli'v.-
mltiulea' wh I k IV"'tn lliilu'i' St,
f •WO  lli.lltti' liMM   si\   loollOi.  tin*
Oilier l'.»iir rooins,  01 ly wilful',
l''.-ii.-.il     A i;....il invt'8 nl
Price $1,801) cash
. Ir Tonus,
l-'nr  iK.rli.'i.lui-H.   i11.|in i.    i.
>• Hfnilil" oilli'f.
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i j New Goods Coming to the New Storej
Hy tl..- (.-nil ..I' tin. w.-ok our stot-k will Im complete i
Groceries and Crockery
Wo nn. |.lt-..s..il Hint w> ninny t.f our friends linn-
iilr.-iuly (jiviin ns their patronage, nnt! wliut qimllly and
price enn do t.i rceiproente, I lint will Im. done,
WATCH POR OUR BARGAIN SALE OF CROCKERY
I'liDNK
"73
J. HANNING
ARHST«»Nli
AVl-Nllt-
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