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THE ORANBROOK
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ADVERTISING
In the Herald  Pays —Try
Our   Local   Culuiuai
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IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW,   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  14
('U.A.NBUOOK.   UI'ITiSH   COtVUMItlA,   THUltSuAY. JUNE 22,  1911
NO.  IH
CONCERT OF THE
BOARD OF TRADE
A treat is In store for the music
lovers nf Cranhrook in the coming
eoneert of the Coronation Concert
company Iii hi* lirlil in the Amli
tiiiiiini mi Tuesday, . I tun1 27th, niul
fi ilu* iiiis|ilct'.s niul (in the heiieftl
of (lie ('ranbrook bounl nl trade, A
glnnre nl iln* programme is suiiicicnt
guarantee ol Ilie excellent i|iiallly nf
l hi* performance uml tint Inste
shown in ilie numbers selected. Ail-
vnner tlekets mav bt* procured from
tin*  members    nl      ilu*    bonnl   nl
li.nl.'
Till-:   PROGRAMME
Pari  1.
Pianoforte solo—"Rondo, Op., 2(1".,
  Beethoven
Miss M.ittil Short,
Olec— "Who Knows  What tin- llells
Sny" Parker
Coronation Concert company.
Solo—"-'The Veteran's Song" 	
  Ailums
Mr.   It.   K    Thompson
Duct—"Venetian Boat Song"  	
  Blumcnthal
Mesdames   Stevenson   uml Weisbrod.
Solo—"Angels Guard Thee" 	
  (i mill lil
Mrs. E. Paterson
Qhartette—"The Milter"   Petri*'
Messrs,   Ingram,   Thompson, Stevenson uml McSwi-yii
Solo—"Merrily 1 Roam" 	
 Sehlellfarth
Mrs. II. W. Brewery
Violin solo—"Cavatlna"   ... Slmiicku
Mrs. Arnold Wallinger
Solo—"Any Ohl Port in a Storm"
 Petrlc
Mr. I). .1. MeSweyn
Quartette—"Spinning Song" (From
Flying Dutchman)   Wagner
Mesdames      Paterson,      Stevenson,
Brewery ami Weisbrod.
Five minules Intermission.
Part II
Pianoforte solo—2mc, Ma/urka 	
  (lodard
Miss Maud Short
Malt* quartette—
(a)   "Tht- MinstrH liny" «i  , Anon
(ii',   "The Cobbler ami   the Ciow"
  Powell
Messrs. Ingram,   Thompson,   Steocn
son and McSweyn
Solo—"Farewell to Summer" 	
  .Inlinsi ii
Mrs. ft   Stevenson
Duet— "Watchman   What    of    tho
Night"    Sai'.MM
Messrs. Stevenson and Thompson
So|»—"The Land of Yesterday".
 Moscheroni
Mrs, p. Weisbrod"
V olln solo—"Elegy"     	
Mis  Arnold Wallfngci
Solo—"Summer   Nlghl"        Thomas
Mr. 0   Stevens* n
Quartette—
(a)   "Annie Laurie" Peaie
(ID   "Ooodnighl" . \b1
Mesdames      Paterson,      Stevenson,
Brewer) ami Welshrod
Solo—"There's a Land"        Allltsen
Mi   Geo   !'   Ingram
(Hit—"Gypsy l.ife" Schumann
God Save ihc King
\s ibc programme Is quite long no
encores  will be given.
Lumber Situation
a i: Watts, ot Wattsburg, passed
(hrough < 'i aubi ook Sundi • on Ins
way io Calgary, Edmonton ami
othei  points     Mi Watts says there
is u good dt'inami (oi lumber, but
ibc prices received by tin innitM'i
men are not what tIh***. sbonlit \v
Tins   lit ilne mOStlj   thloiigh IO inn.'It
American lumbei being shippni into
Ibis   round > TweuU   to twciih
iitc million feel is shipped in each
month, oi .ilnmi one halt llir amount
used on itte prairies Vmerlcan
mill men admit Unit thev are nul
making anything on llu* lumbei
they aie shipping in bete, but
Ihey aie p-tting mt of iiwit
cheapei grades, whicli leaves tin*
homo market (ot ibe ftlghel grades
and the belter pclcci It is stated
thai 1 here are now two hundred
million feet ol lumbei tin order in
tbe I niiiil Slates for (".oi.nli.ui consumption.
SHIPPING IN
U. S. LUMBER
\  Mil mon   KKKT coMES
TO CAN VBA   KAI 11 MONTH
mills  uf Washington
. tipping     i went j  million
:,    I.:!,,!,.'!   into Rrltlsh
■   titib  a ■ ording    to
■■:!,.-it    (ti ibu umoiint
ivt are  dilppcd     from
I,timber   is ■ ompnrntivelf
. .,- pi< st ■ ■ .nni Wash-
urn nre nble lo imnpelo with
H    .       Ct lumbiii   mills beeauw   ol
ill ion nl nvei pn tl net ion     in
llir) (let-In it
<,.ii from Washington is
sold   ..1     ..:.'::-!     COSI ll I   the
i in placet! in Wash
■ n lit Canadians was received re
Porl   I'l.iki-h    mills from
In  Grand  l*i ink Pacific rallwa)   The
I ve   million feet       ol
Canada has    no
rougti lumber
Mining in Joplin
n .-I in Moyle a
ii. in   I opt in, Missouri,
had imvi    I.,   took    aftei
ng interests      Mi    Conrad
■ rested   with Thus   Radei
ngn      M is a lend and
lit inn and   la located     In
ol the loplin hell     They
nl (went) thousand
-i    ll*.e   proposition     while
•i..it was past
In i- .i    great   mining   camp,
1 -       There are twen-
ai ■(    miners   working
.i     radius   ol   ,i few    miles
-•   oi these   men live in town ami
work . n the    street
Miners ci 12 25 a day
*•_ .i da)      There  arr
properties working,
iwnen i-.iit   -'-il eat h day's
! - ••■     Ore buyers
■I.  -: •    fp (he i i«*    and
n Tin-   country
loplin 1   '    *■   li vel and   tin*
and   hickory.      Tli** on    lies    in
rered wiih sagebrush
.   m ul  be   token     out
r.afts.
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KINQ   GEOR3E   AND   QUEEN   M\RY   IN   THEIR   ROBES   OF   STATE
LENGTH OF REIGNS'
I'ltAN'IIIKNlK's HOSPITALITY.
MwtiiiK; mi,' ill   tlie ,1,-1,'Katrs whtt
ri'tllllltal  tills    lllnllllllK  llnlll   llll' thill
Fi'llnw uml It.'ln'kiili cfinviiitlun at
Ciaiilirnnk, and asking fnr partliulars
as tn what kind nl time tlict hail
hail, wi' wi-r," Inhl. "W,« cmlil not
liavi' born Is'ltfr Miti-rtaliml any-
wlHTr, anil Ihr I'runhrmik raspl,,,
nn,- nisi all, win, Imvi' siirh a will ilr
server] rcputatia.1 Inr Imrnitality
siiriKissi'il all previous records. A
rimipliiniis banquet Inr (niir himilred
Kiiests wns server) up. As all
rniiiin eiilerlanKTs I'ranhronk citizens
rannnt he eirelled, and have but
lew equals   anywhere "-Kirnie |.ed-
Al tlie    present time, llir following
table uf  llir IiiikiIi ,f reigns ol flrlf
.'ll kings ami 'iiie.'li-, Kill lie of       In
lerest:
Name >'.,in
William ilie Conqurror 21
Wllllim ll     1.1
William III 11
Kllljt Stephen li'
Killft .l.-liti 21
Henry II
Henry III   SI
Henri   IV        II
Heart V n
Henry VI IJ
Henry  VII  21
Henry VIII    ,         is
Rdward 1 .1:1
Kilwanl II  2n
Kdwiitt ill in
Ktlwanl IX i'l
Kilwanl V (months) I
Edward VI n
Iflehard I Ill
Kit-hard 11 11
Itlehard III  :|
I Mary I  j
Warn Klirabetb II
.lames I il
.lames II ....Ill
I'harles 1 3H
Charles II  1 '11
Queen Anne  M
(leorrfe I Ill
(leorge II M
lOerrne 111   ml
llenrire IV Hi
William IV   fl
(Jueen Vlelnria Ill
Illdward VII  «
001)    SAVE   Till'. KINO.
inai   sav 1 gracious Kln^,
Long live out noblo kin^,
(IihI save 1ln> killji.
Bend liiin victorious,
Happy ami glorious,
I.nnn lu rt'itll over ns.
(inil save the kiii^.
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NOT IN EXTBAM1S
Doctor—"Now jest stick out yer
tongue, Mike, and we'll sunn sec how
bad ye air."
OTIanRlgan—"Faith, an' be jahrrs,
docthor, no tongas can tell bow bad
I feel "
Has Many Thrones
Most   people   talk   -it I   the  tllionc
ol (Iteat Britain as if it were a
special armchair on which ibe king
Sal il.nl>-. but, as a mailer of fact,
there is no officially recognized
throne, ami it has become a tneta
phorlcal symbol of monardiy, just as
"tbe crown" has become practically
raptured   by   the law courts,
Om* would mutually, perhaps, look
for ihe throne proper at Windsor,
It surety should be tho king's "Windsor chair," ami, as a matter of fact,
tbere are bi th a throne nml a
l In une room in the ancient fortress
nnd palace, bin il is probably (he
very last ehair our sailor king
would Ih* likely to he found seated
upon if one could pay an afternoon
call. And, so far from this throne
being unique, there is actually tme
nl each of Uie royal palaces, and
it is (unliable dial ibc one ai Buckingham palace is lho more generally
used, inasmuch ns most ceremonial
occasions lake plate there.
I Tbe krng may ho said to have a
suite of thrones—or shall wo say a
set nf "cccastonal thrones"?—on
each of which ho prohnhly silH nt
least ritce Certainly bo only sits
nn a single invasion upon out ol
Ihrtu-tbat     in the coronatUm cbnii
in WcMininsti'i Abbey—the worm-
eaten, battered, lion footed old oak
settle which contains the .stone of
Destiny, anil upon which ali tho
King's predecessors since Edward II.
have been crow m <l That chair
might, perhaps, claim to in- tho
throne ol the empire, ay it Is infinitely the most ancient, ami Inasmuch as
the kiuu musl nil upon it to be
crowned.
It   is  not at   all likely that     .'ho
king  WOUtd Bit    Upon it  often,      even
if it were in his "aiu Ingle nook,"
because il is ..n exl reiiiely iincotn-
foroablo chair, 11 stands, year in
and year out, iu the chapel of hit
ward the Cotttessor, where || wm
■lirst placed b> Edward I., audit is
only removed Un tin* eoronation,
when, covered with gold brceade, it
Is set under th<- lantern, between
tbo choir ami the altar
Probably the  thltne most familiar
io  ilu* public Is  ihe great creation
which    stands     U|      a dlOS in ihe
house of lords li la cften mentioned In tho newspapers quite apart
from the opening of parliament—lho
only occasion upon which it is actually used a*- .1 sent. Often a
phrase like tins recurs: "Mr. .lohn
Hums, who is greatly Interested in
ibis bill, listened ta lho debate
from the steps of tho throne." A
beautiful rail separates this "Royal
Seat of Kings" irom the faithful
peers.
; H1.1 it is nni everybody who realizes that the Palace of Westmin
stcr—the correct name for the par
iliumeutary houses—con toi ns a second
throne, This i- placed in the king's
robing    loom, and  is   used  by      the
king when bo is putting on his regal
garb before entering the house if
peers to rend   the "Speech Irom tho
, throne."
; As n matter nl fact, ihe official
throne of these realms is the ono at
Rt. .lames palace, llinf verv ordiu
■ry looking brink buildint; at the foot
»J«   »Je   *t.   ■£*  *J*   »Je   »J»  •!• »J-   »)•  *%.*..'•   /.
a .;.
* KINfi    GEORGE V a
A   .1.
Horn June 3rd, 1805        •!•
a Married July B, 1803 v
a  Ascended   the   throne May fl,  a
a 1910, a
•J. Coronation to take place today •!•
* *
A ,U A ♦!. A ••• ••• A ... A A  .?• •!• •!•
I st. .lames' street.     All embassadors an*    accredited   to this ■■
and, in the    eyes of  foreign governmental it stands   [or tbo ma jest] ol
Britain.     Its throne is a very band
une one, and stands under a magni
flcenl and most ornate canopy
Though Un- throne at Windsor t-
bul little used, it is unique in ■■ i
respect It   is     really nn OS '
throne, after llu- stylo ol ihe one wc
read of in   Ibe records of King Hi I
aiiui, for it is composed entirely     ol
Ivory, and was the gift of one of tli.
primes of India
It would seem t<i hate been tho
custom in ancient limes to erown
kings on a stone, d t not onl) is
there the ancient stone of Scone in
the coronation chair, but visitors to
Kenslngton-on-Thames can sec It
tho market place tho ancient Corona
tion Stone of England. Win ihe
Scottish stone should be preferred ti
Ibe stone upon which Alfred tho
Groat was crowned it is bard ?o
say, ami why the om- should be
housed in iln* Abbey ami ibe othei
exposed to wind ami weather near
Kingston's busy market place is still
more if a pu//|c Surely that old
stone is tho Irne thione of England)
sin-: was miscii.m:
"Tbo Caption swam ashore," re
ported the   country    newspaper, des
Crlblng a     wreck,  "as also dtd the
stewardess,     she was Insured f"i
f'I.O(il) and carried two 1 tred tons
of pig irun,M- T4 BiU
Two Ford Cars
li   \   Mi :* was In Cra II
tiaj    and   aid I tvo I- >rd i ■•■
re R     1.   Boott
ftv -   Stcvei  . and    tl
.[ livcred al -: I]       l      Then
are nearl
Cranbrook and
countrj. and    I anitl
tion ol   tbe city     pi     erltj        U
\. Hot! u Id   even) Kara
sine ho tcrnk
sides the   two he sold Honda
ticall) ' I"   d a deal foi a Ltsl '
Mi   Motl  is first    and
journalist, and    a   ood  ■
I'vrn beei rite poet      Hi
ill h    with his p
,"i    His
,i   to have    sa
auto because yrn can afford s K«»fd "
AN   M'l'I.M. KHOM 'ills \
i. i     . ■ toi ol   Christ chu i
M ■ .     bi ■    -' h
an appeal b) the bishop
ol   Howj i, foi help to    keep
from stai t En   the famine strict
.■.ii t. A boo I one mil
Hon people live In this dlstriet in sli
thou and \lllagei     <tf these \ llagt i
two thousand have been ll led  More
than om     hundred    thousand people
are  in dongei ul  itarvotlon   Contrl
Inn      v.lit he receiped bj   the rei
tor, or u.    the treai urei    ol Christ
church, Mr  V   A   Cock
KIMHKHI.I^    WILL ( l.l.l HI'VI I.
Kimberlc] will oclebraU \h minion
Doj    Among lho big featurt    will be
1 b ball (tamo liel *een n learn from
t.i'. loi 's  mill and one from lho Sul
! liven mim hut there mil be all
kinds ol athli Ih  sports      The och
.hr.illnn   will wind up with a lo.; ball
j in  the ereiring.
Corpus Christi
in] castom tho
'hiisti  was celo-
Eugene Mission
■   - ■ dtj      In   tbe morning     at
liter*? was mass by Fath-
.r :   Kattwi    tie* k,   and at
tl •  big   processlt ii took
Ouelette, ol ilw* Cron-
■ ,•:■..   Tbere   were
■■ hundred and fifty Indians
pi       ion,   many   "I them
p Bonners Kerry
In  the    procession
i;   * i led js marsbal   Thr
It it   then tbe Sisters
Ifan   band      TImtb
ir ' hiefs and siv riflemen  in
sttrroundlng
ered   to    witness)    the
There   were   at     least
biles arid fifty n/s and
horse Refresh
• ■ ■: I,-. U e ladles    i f
Steele and al  the Mission
Fire at Moyie
the Kartell
block  a-  Hi ur i.,*.'  Kriday     nlgfat
Ian sg<     lo  tbc ettcsil ol
' h* liar- Tbe ftrr
tali ■■ o u •!" ■ "Uiit
and  hod a l*.--**! start   b**-
>—l Tbe  |. cat
ba : .i   UvMn   Ol
•  flames ami had
This is   thr
:,   lldlni S« llir
igo It was gutted and the nc*
. rythlng
Goodeve Is Coming
Mi    \   s  noodeve, M P . Kill    be
In   Cranbrook    Krtdaj evening, Jnoe
.ni. .nni will address a public meeting in the Auditorium It. will talk
on the political situation, mIpro
i Ity and othei matters Tlwre uiii
also be several local speakers The
meeting will in- open to Bvefyoae
CORON \TION    SERVICE
There   will l«* a coronatlcn *«-i\ioe
at Christ    church    today (Ji 22,
at l» SO a m Come and loin youi
pi.. . and i>i.n ei iHUi tbose in
the mothei  hi ry -it the saering of
th.' kin.-. Rn    I'    I'       KlewelhnK,
ni toi. THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
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HURRY!
Be one of the first at the door
on the opening day. Extra Special
Bargain Inducements offered to
those coming early. Don't delay,
but hurry and get in ahead of the
big crowds and get first choice.
Remember the Opening Day ■-- the
Time -■ the Place.
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A Wonderful Mercantile Event !
No mercj will bc shi wn In cutting prices, the entire slock will be
placed on sale. Ml former selling records will bo outclassed. All considerations of value ami cost will bo Ignored More words and price
figures would give vou bin a slight idea of tho magnitude and secpe
n| ibe economical importance of tbe sale to all those who wear Dcots,
shoes, Stockings, Shirts, I iidcrweai, Hats, Caps, Gloves, etc., etc.
Trunks, Valises and Suit Cases will share ihc same fate. Nothing will
escapo the big knife during this wholesale and reckless price-cutting
event. "Sell the goods," is the order that must he obeyed, Got your
share!
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§— for the Big
^w\   Red Signs
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Closing; Out!
our entire stock of Boy's Suits to-be closed out regardless ot loss,
Bring in the little fellows Tor a new outfit at prices that will toucli
•.our purse lightly Time ami space forbid the mcntii turn: nt a long
list i f prices Everything in the entire store will be reduced. Nothing
reserved  oi bold back
Now is your chance to reduce your living expenses It's up
io vou io quit paying IntUi prices Remember the dollar is your best
friend You'll spend your money wisely il you spend it at this sale—
in (act youi dollars will work overtime lor you. The sale begins Kit-
tuidav al '■• a in.
♦MMMMMMMMM>WMtMMMM»MM»MMMH
Important!
please do noi confuse tins stile with the ordinary so raited "sales"
of odds ami pads and the outbursts of got rich quick concerns No doubt
you have experienced some ol these iu lho past. A. C. Pye is not
quitting business, noi does he offer any fictitious excuse for this sale.
It's a strictly legitimate nnd hnmwide eut-prioe sale ot high-class
merchandise A. C I'ye is iu Cranhrook to stay and will conduct his
business in a straightforward, honorable manner thai will rellect credit
upon Hie store Absolute reliability is the system employed nere. No
misrepresentation, nothing but lacta a sale place to trade The Unloading Sab* will Ih* a powerful demonstration n( Ibe supremacy ol this
store     Come Saturday ai 0 a m
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I STORE CLOSED
ii Thursday and Friday
II JUNE  22nd   AND 23rd
■ i
i ■
;;  During which time preparations will
! 1 be made for the Big
;; UNLOADING SALE
■ i
< > which
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I; Opens Saturday, 9 a.m., June 24
A Sale
Absolutely
Without
Parallel
EXCELLENCE
OF QUALITY
AND
LOWNESS
OF PRICES
These are the potent
factors that will make
this an occasion: one
that will linger long in
the pleasant memories
of the people of Cranbrook and vicinity.
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GIGA
UNLOa
S25.0C
A. C. PYE'S
Entire
To be thrown to the mercy of the public at the lowest cut-s
Costs and profits will be forgotten. The sole object of this s<
new, up-to-date, and Qualities are the best that can be proci
of the year, will make it an easy matter for all to supply th
buying a pleasure for all those who grasp this opportunity.
POSITIVELY NO GOODS SOLD THURS
And continues with vim an
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Positively No QoodS Will Be Sold On            X   t    To the first twenty-five Ladies entering ♦
♦       the store Saturday,  9 a. 111., licrmsdorf m            *
X       Past Black Lisle Thread Stockings, regu- ■%/"*       ♦
•Cash Raising" is Ihe main reason for this sale-    ♦   t      35c. quality, the pair          -         . *U*W»    I
great sacrifices in value giving and price cutting.   We    if* *
are therefore compelled to suspend all credit accounts,    ♦    ♦  *
t    refunds and approvals.                                                      X   I                     ONLY TWO PAIBS TO EACH LADS |
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Terms Strictly Cash
Credit or Approval
EXTRA SPECIAL
Look
for the
Big Red
Signs!
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A.
Cranbrook
WANTED-25   EXPERIENCED THE   CKANBHOOK   HEIiALU
How To Stop
Stubborn Cough
We don't mean just stop the irritation in your throat—but cure the
underlying cause.
Cough syrups cannot do this. It
takes a constitutional tonic body
builder to do the work properly—
and cure you to stay cured, Vinol
is the remedy you need,   '
lil-.UK is I'ltoof-'
Mm, Mlimlo OflfUltd, Of 'llm* Falls,
N, V., writ tut-" AM it trying #t*i.iHl inn-
DltlM fiii-ntmil (mil (ft I Mint c.ilil without
liutnillt, I who imkuil lo 11-j- Vinol.   It
worked lib ogle,   It eared my cntd
niul  congli  Mini I gH| |   In  lifdllh mid
siiiiiigtii.   i comldtr Vinol in*  i
miltiltrflll luulfl niul hivig.iiiilfir I aver
Mil WI,"
If we enn not stop that cough
with VINOL—our delicious cod
liver autl iron tonic which is made
without oil -we will not charge
you a cent for the medicine you
buy. This seems like a pretty fair
proposition—nnd ought lo be accepted. Don'i you think so? With
this understanding wo ask you to
try a bottle of VINOL,
CIIANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO
Agents.
Archie Waller'
Builder and
Contractor
Septic Tanks ami Concri'ti
Work generally "
specialty. X
; Estimates   Freely  tiivctt. 1
P.O. Box 346
Cranbrook, B.C.
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New Season's
WALL PAPERS
Just Arrived
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them
B.   H.   SHORT
The I'.'iinur ami Decorator
Armstrong Ave.
P. 0. Ilox 33 Phone in
I'llAMIIilHIK   l.ANII  DISTRtST.
I.AMI NOTICE
MITH'K IS IIKIfKIIY IIIVKX
tlml vo Intend to apply to tho t'hiel
Conimfsslonoi■ ol Lands and IVotks
foi permission to purcaass ii o toi
lowing dcsctlbed null slle, situate In
SmiiiIi i:.i.st Kootenay liistm t:
lleglnnlng al a posl planted at tlm
intcmeetion "I if"1 western boundarj
..I Lal Kumbei MM, with the right
uf «,n of ilu' Kootenajr Central ll.nl
way; thence south SI chains ii links
cast, Iwonty-seven (27.00) chains,
more or !<■**. lollowlng the northern
noudary ol the Kootenay Ceolral
rigid ut «ui. thence aorth twent)
rigid (90.00) chains, more er less;
thence weal fourteen til 00) chains,
moro ei leas, to Hi,1 bouhdary ul
Lol Numbci 51; Ibeoca In s north.
•Tsterly dtreellon, following Ihc
boundary ol Lot Number It, lu tlio
mil boundarj uf Lol Numbehr 8000;
thence ni*i three (S 00) chains to
ihr north-east ccrnei ol Lol Numbci
:ini.n, thenco south lout (1.00) chains
iu ili,< smith east cornel ol l.ol
Numbei 'limn, thence wesl two (2.00)
chains, moi  1,-s-s. to tbo place ol
beginning,    containing   lorly    (10)
acres, more or Ichh.
The Bridges Lumbei Company.
.1. V. Bridges, Locator.
Dated   this liiiili   day uf    April,
ion. lo-nt
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:S3aptt8t Church:
Pastor, Charles W. King. !
Parsonage, Norbury Avenue,      i
'Phone, 201.     P. O, Boi 117.'
Regular Ser.lceai—Sundae, 11,
, a.m.     and    7.10  p.m.;   Ilible i i
i School    with    Young  Ladles' >
Phllethea    and    Young   Men's'
- Bible Class, I p.m. ;
J [   Monday,   Young Peoples',    I ,
! I in.
w    Wednesday, Mid-Week Meeting,'
A cordial   Christian welcome'
to all.
PRESS COMMENTS
('lunula will spend Iin own money
en lier 'own defence. The policy of
sponging brings only iliscredit.—Toronto Globe.
In Kingston it now costs twenty-
live rents in got a hair cut. In
Portsmouth, hard by, within tlio
walls of a big stone government
building, hair is cut lur nothing.
Kirst thing Kingston barbers will
know their customers will tie breaking Into the penitentiary.—Hamilton
Spectator.
The Peterborough Review assures
ns thai nidi's ttwtll nre not like a
monkey's." llul some of their ut*
linns.in*.—Orillia Packet,
iMiiiliuiih'i, SasU , has dlsearded
local opllon An) ncwspnpei that
nliiiupis to make a joke out of this
should have its pnragrajrtiet pul     in
iiiiiipei-s — Ki'inie h'lee Press,
Since -liiniiiy Aslldowil nave Cfll*
gary u lift towards getting (he C.P.
It, shops he can't expect to sell
any im re hardware in Medicine Hat
l.cthhrifigc Herald.
Kiiskin onee called the domestic Hy,
a hi.ti k incarnation of caprice, ami
oilier people have also railed il
names, pictoral or olhorwlso, accord-
ing to the wealth, and originality
of their vocabulary.—Calgary Herald.
No beggar is refused in India. So
•nquiry Is made whether tbe recipient is worthy of help. A small dole
if rice or money Is given. The
mendicant earns enough for his daily
needs and for those who depend on
him. He is generally the person on
Whom his lazy relations depend for
support. Dogging is such a lucrative
trade.—Ceylon Mail.
Some Alberta farmers pray for
rain. The C.P.R.., being a corporation", has no  soul.    So it digs    an
rlgatton ditch.—Fernlo Fnr press.
The proceeds of the "Made in Canada" fair at Vancouver will be de-
ted to tlie founding of a convalescent home to support tin* work ot
Ihe local hospitals. II has always
been a source of regret to those connected with hospital work that the
homeless patient is compelled to
e the hospital as soon as skilled treatment is no longer Imperative,
riie changes' in many Instances is
most abrupt and cruelly harmful
the future health ol the sirk
. It means either an appeal to
charily or an immediate return lo
work for those whose means have
been exhausted in endeavoring to regain health, ami the period of con-
'alescenoo is fraught with undeserved
uffcring in the unequal struggle to
preserve a modicum of seU-respect
Much pi the goi»d work ot the
hospitals has been nullified because
of this condition of things, and the
movement to take rare of the convalescent reflects great credit on the
people of Vancouver, where the com!
merclal spirit is evidently tempered
h*, a itiu' sense ol social obligation
—Chilliwack New Era,
oven aa vum*
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iMcCreary&McCullough
PAINTERS
AND
DECORATORS
Office
Wenlworth Hotel
Mr. LUND'S LETTER
Editor Herald:
1 note in your issue, of last week,
there appeared published a copy ol
my recent letter to ihe Hon. W. H.
Ross, chief commissioner of lands at
Victoria, dealing willi hush fires.
In this connection, I now wish to
explain that while wc expect a great
deal from nni' government and our department ol lands, in the way of properly protecting and .safeguarding
our many natural resources from
destruction and Improper exploitation, we are very apt to forget, that
without llu- cheerful and hearty cooperation oi' thr people throughout
ihe province, Inch government ami
the heads of thr different departments will lie powerless In adequately enforcing the laws ami maintain
ing tho regulation*- that have been or
may be in the future established, no
mai eel how strong, ehlcleut or well
meaning the members nf our government uiuy be.
The people <>f British Columbia
have recently demonstrated, hy their
votes, an unbounded confidence in our
premier and his colleagues iu properly safeguarding the Interests of
this province ami iis people.
Do we all realize the stupendous
tuwk and responsihiIity which has
been placed upon the shoulders of
our public officials? In this organization we are all shareholders. Are
WO going to support the men to
whom we have almost unanimously
delegated the task of directing the
affairs of tnis great enterprise, in
which we, our children, and children's children, an* and must continue to be vitally interested''
Shall we then, as' citizens of tltis
great provienee, collectively and individually become guardians, in fact
of our cherished province, In preventing further loss ami destruction by
fire of tbe greatest natural resource
WO possess—our forests, the perpetuation of which means beautiful scenery, adequate and uniform water
supply for nil purposes, plenty of
rainfall, bounteous crops, game and
fish in abundance, healthy and exhilarating climatic conditions; but,
most important of all—a strong, vigorous, prosperous, happy and contented people.
We must demonstrate, during the
next few mouths, hy the individual
effort of every man, woman and
child in the province ..f British Columbia, whether we shall, in a comparatively few years he the means of
making out of our heritage the garden of Canada—or a barren and depleted wilderness.
Yours truly,
P. Lund.
Dr. Martel's Female Pills
EIGHTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
Prescribed and recommended for wo-
Imen's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth, The
! result from their use is quick and
permanent,
stores.
For   Bale at all drug
GENERAL NEWS NOTES
The Knights of Pythias have organized a ledge at Merrill
The Hank nf Vancouver Is opening ;i
branch at Haselton
The C P R. has given a special
week-end rale of $3.20 from I.eth-
brWg© to Frank.
.lames Crania has stocked his
ranch tn the Bulkley Valley with
horses and machinery.
tn New Denver Or. Brouse has pre
seated the Knights ol Pythias with a
billiard table.
Duncan Ross has taken the con-
tract lo build ihe largest tuniiel on
the Grand'Trunk Pari tie. It is near
lla/elton ami adjoins his present contract.
Nealcy is the name pi a townsite
IWO miles from lla/elton ll al
readj has twelve business houses ami
promises io grow into a place of
some Importance.
Only one loprtb ol Canada is occupied, ami only one-eighth Is under
cultivation
The distance from Halifax to Vancouver is greater than from London
to Halifax
Victoria city is only half way between London ami Hong Kong.
Ontario is over four times as
large as England;
LAND NOTICE,
TAKE NOTICE that Annie Mer-
Inglon, of Cranhrook, occupation
married woman, intends to apply for
permissii ii to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nt
the south-east corner of Lot 1(101)7,
(I roup One, Mast Kootenay district,
thence west 211 chains, more or less,
so the east bank ot the Kootenay
river; thence south easterly along
said bank of the Kootenay river a
distance of .11) chains, more or lest,
lo tho west boundnry of Lot 315,
(Iroiip One; thence north along said
west, boundary n distance ot 21)
chains, more or less, to point of
commencement nnd containing forty
acres, moro or less.
Annio Merlngton,   Locator
Stewart Morris, Agent.
Staked May 27tfa, 1911. 1MI*
CALGARY FAIR
The Calgary Industrial Exhibition
company have1 during the past few
years Issued some very attractive
hangers advertising their exhibition.
Many will remember the hangers «t
1008 depleting "Another Trail Cut
Off." The hanger Issued this year is
plane in the air, and be immediately
considered by many as the hest hanger yet published hy this company
It shows a cowboy on the range
who bus suddenly sighted an aero-
endeavors to show his ability hy
throwing bis lariat, which Is shown
ns Just having circled (he head ol
the aviator. It is n two-color lithograph, and shows the name ol tho
exhibition and date, Juno BOHl to
July 7th, very  prominently. As
long ns they ln»t copies may he
had on application to E. L Richard-
ion, Victoria Pack, Calgary, Alia.
USED RAILWAY SIGNAL,
Mr. Moriarity, who kept a saloon,
mot Mr. Drlscoll, who was a railway
conductor.
Kays Mr. Moriarity, "What docs ii
mean when you have a green Hag fly
ing at the tail cud of youi train,
Mr. Drlsooll?"
"It means that another one is com
ing," was the answer.
The next day   Mr   Mi riutily    was
seen pushing a baby pcraiiilniluUii  up
the street,   with two green Hags (I)
mg behind.—The Philistine
WHAT   PA REMEMBERS.
1   guess there   must    be  bi me thin'
queer
About a kid like me,
'Cause   tbere   ain't   hardly    no out*
here
That ever seems to see
That 1 don't like to bring in wood
An' do th' chores all up;
I'd riither be where skat Ill's good,
Or playin' with the pup!
My pa he talks a awful lot
About the way he did
His elu res, if he wuz tired or not,
When be wuz lest a kid.
Sometimes he tells about th' piles
(X great big chores he bad,
An' gran'ma    sez,    "Tut, mi," an'
smiles,
An' then my pa gits mud!
She sez when pa WUZ young he'd g<
Away off slldln', when
He'd ought 'a' bin a-shovllii' snow,
Or choppln* wood—an' then
In summer, loo, he'd run away
Where all th' kids wuz at,
An' swim or     fish     with them, but,
say,
Pa can't remember that!
I guess when folks grow up they all
Can't tjust remember much,
'Cept how they worked when      they
wuz small,
A-doin' chores an' such;
Hut  though     my grau'iua's old's kin
be,
ler memory's the lies!;
She tells     what  pa    done, seems to
me,
Better than all the rest!
—Chicago News
Beatty Wants the
Earth
t wimt One thousand yanls ol
Gravel or Clean Soil.
W. It. BEATTY     17-lt
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I      WANTED      1
I    A  HOUSKEEEPER  on*
T small fruit ranch by widower J
* with young family. Stat,' ♦
X rei|iiir,Hl. t
t    W. (I. LITTLEJOBN,    4-
X Kricksou - B. C. I
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HORSES FOR SALE
I hare a hunch ot on Wild
Horses on (tie rnngo between
Finilliiy Creek and Toby
Creek. Columbia Valley. I'aii
(rive original bill of sal,'.
Will tako $400 cash for the
bunch.
CHAS. CROOK,
Atlinliner •       B.O.
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USE
WOOD SPLITS
• COLUMBIAN !
f
*#    A eomblnatl i  WW1 am) ♦
4 [run that gives the heft iuIvhd- ^
j. ttiit-eHof all othe' wood at well up _
* Ibe steel split pulleys. *
I THE NELSON IRON WORKS   *
UMITID
Now haaa largo stock in Nolwni.
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KWwmwams!es2iiiBiBSQ!B@iBBm
I STRAWBERRIES !
| $2.50 Per Crate
faj Every crate guaranteed to   sj
ivi he choice fre»h  berries and    (j|
\& No. 1 quality.
| THE BEST TABLE OR C WHIM IN
.■ THE MARKET
pi Book vonr orders now end
l-'j get them shipped when you
H want them.
[| Will   he   shipping   about
r?l June 26.
I   R. S. BEVAN
1   Clrlfllii Ranch, Oreslon, B.C.
hi n.2i
HIP(p|Wlc!ltfli'1lrti'1fi''liJ|tlliJli'llrllLJIWiJ|riKIBrB
Watch for the
Seal
of the
Faultless Flout*
Q Particular people who want a particular flour
can't help buying SEAL OF ALBERTA.
Actually we wash every kernel of the wheat
it is made from. It is cleaned by separators—
that is done at most mills—then it is dry
scoured, but even that isn't enough. So we
actually wash it to remove any possibility of
impurities from the grain. This cannot be
done at the ordinary mill. It takes too much
power. It is too great an expense. That is
another reason why SEAL OF ALBERTA
is a purer, better flour.
<| Now tlie wheat is washed in warm water.
That enables us to brini; it to the right
temperature before milling, and the milling
process can be carried along belter with tlie
wheat at a certain temperature. '! hat's another
reason why you should say "SEAL UF
ALBERTA, PLEASE,'' when ordering dour.
FRANK DEZALL
Curties u full ttloek of
DEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
uml
MCCORMICK MOWERS
KepairH for nliovc ulwuyH
in clock
ONK B40 I'. (i. BOX 00*1
CRANBROOK PLUMBING
TINSMITH & HEATING CO.
Twenty-live years' practical experience.
Five years inspector nf nuisances.
luini'inu uml Sewage Bxpert fur Swindon—30,000 population,
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER.  C V O . LLO.. P.C L, Pfiis:d[nt
ALEXANDER  LAIRD.  GENtn.L Man.  I
CAPITAL, - 5l0,0OO,(HHi REST, - $7,000,000
MONEY ORDERS
The Monty Ordors of The Cnnadi in Bank of C in ■ erce arc a safe,
convenient and economical method ol sums ol money.
They are payable without charge at every I , , .,, ■ red hank in
Canada (except in the Yukon Ten cities of
the United States,
The Orders and full information regarding them r.v.v be obtained
on application at the flank.
In the event of loss of a Money Order Ihi Bai ^ will, on receipt of
a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund Ihe amount of
the lost Order. 2,,
K. T.Brymner, Clanager Cranbrook liranch
Everything in Tin and £heet Iron made
to order
I10WER SYSTEM AND MINE VENTILATING EXPERT
lint Air Furnaces.    Hot  Water and
Steam lloileia
KSTIMATKS GIVEN
W. F. JOHNSON & SON
Proprietors
HANSON   AVENUE,   CRANBROOK
"AT IT HERE SlflCE 1900"
m WORK.
MflKEyOURMOWEY
WORK TOO.
BlPpWTffi&ysfjRl'Viriu*.
wrTHUsTMnwivniRi
45 INTEREcTf WHICH
WECflEPlTHOnTHD :
rirtPMonfijUfiEiURn-
riBteoNPeMftrtp
itSaiflCKLVASTHrlPMIL;
Crtl! CURRY IT.
PtmEJWT'SGrlRtm
/•HP MUTIlKlo «
mucin BE,
/IREWEIi' PLM5EP,
•HID THOROUCflLy
SdTISPIED,
WITH THE VtrlV |H WHKM
our Business is
TRdNMCTEP-rtBllSiriUS
t*tim»p &y people op
mawtxrmm
mmitmmv.
ArWAVIViritt
V0UR WMB i.lPPRESS
wti* promptly mmm
rUlt irtFORPMTION.
WRITE TOM
SHOtiuryoumveiiN*/
PINAHGIrll. BUSINESS in
VrirtcouvBR "ViciPtm.
RENTS TO C01MHT.
/1GUEEMEMT5 POR «LE"
nORTtVlGESTOCOItrllTER
/1MPC0U-EGT.
fire m^uRiince to piace.
LBTU5/.TTEflPT0IT
WE flRE PLEdSirte
OTHERS OH-ittUi-BE SIRE
TOPLE/ISE you.
OirV.riMilHj.Liii.
321 CambU Street.
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A Good   Home
is what is <lear to every man, A home
is where Peace, Comfort, Cbnteutnu-nt,
nml Plenty is found.   Thai is tbe real
 ii throughout lint:s!i Columbia, irhei
"CranbrooR*' is mentioned think ui tbe
provisions Jos. Hrutiit tins uiadv for an
ideal borne at the
Canadian Hotel
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Vou Never
Saw Is Saw
A ■ bolt I  •■.■■•■ :. •.-.: ti.ar. a
ii net ».-.:.*** j .-: to mak*
ulei.   HTedoo't baveto.   VVa
mal •*  -^ • - ,
giving people
.-*. ei - llj ** hat tliej wat.t of
naatawi     ■     ■■
And io good  •■•'■  odi meatfl
that we notice
.. gel     lantl
TRY    IT !
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
ORANBROOK
ll. ('
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Does Quality Count with You ?
FLOUR AND FEED!
If so.tr.   isfo
i inr Prices are the IJ.-st in East Kootenay
TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
Office on Van Home St.   Wnri'liuus.- on (' I'. It tr.n-k-.     •
I'll'INK '..: *
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For Sale
HOUSE AND
TWO LOTS
'H WHkunk l.'tSh DISTRICT
Modern Impruvcmcnts
Terms the Easiest
D1STRII T  OI   -"; THERN   DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Sarah
Jane Macdonald, of Cranbrook, occupation, Married woman, Intend i>'
apply f'»r pormlwion t.» pttrchato t'»>
following dcacrlbod lands:
Commencing     nt       a        potl
planted      about f*Hir       feet
finiti     tlie     N      U     ci rni-r ol Lot
10093, thence weal ten chalne, tbenco
si.utli sixiv fli.iiiis, thence east    nm
chains,  tlifncc    north   sixty i halm,
aloni<    i'»'     Spokaw   Intetnattonal
Itnilwny io point of commencement.
Surah Jane Macdonald.
Samuel Macdonald, agent.
i   n.ii-il June I3tb, lllll. 17 ',l-
NAT. I. HARRISON
i FOR KAI.K — Iliiliy carnage, al*
; most ni'»'. IH Cost Mi. Apply -l ,
i Herald oiii,v * THE  ORANBROOK   HERALD
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Be one of the first at the door  ••
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on the opening day.   Extra Special   \\
Bargain   Inducements   offered  to   <•
those coming early.   Don't delay,  <>
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but hurry and get in ahead of the  |
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big crowds and get first choice.   |
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Remember the Opening Day — the  j
Time -«■ the Place.
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A Wonderful Mercantile Event!
No mem lull in- sin wn in cutting prices, tin* entire stock will foe
placed on sale \11 former selling reccrds will be outclassed. All eon-
siderntfotis ol ralur ami eoal will lie Ignored. Merc words mid price
figures would give von imt n slight idea of the iiiu^tiiliide and so. pc
ni tiir economical Importance ol the Bale to all those who wear Rcots,
Shoes, Stockings, Shirts, rnilcrweor, lints, Caps. Gloves, etc., etc.
Trunks, Valises and Sull Cases will slum* Ihc same rale Nothing will
est-.11to the big knife during this wholesale and reckless price-cutting
event.     ".Sell Ihe gooda," is the order  thai musl be obeyed     Oct   your
f   f\f\lw for  the  Bi&
\\\J^JF\   Red Signs
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*f¥V'~»fVVVT'?,?*?T—»?»?V-'*f *?•#? fff,ffT?*?fffffffffff,-f—"
Closing Out!
Our entire stock nf Roy'a suits tn be closed oul regardless ot loss.
Bring in iln- little fellows for a new on till at prices that will touch
your purse lightly Time and space ii.tl.nl tbe mentioning id a long
lisi <f prices. Everything in the entire store will Im* reduced. Nothing
reserved  or held back
Now is youi clmncc to reduce your living expense* It's up
in vim to tjini paying high prices Remember the dollar is your best
(iii'in! You'll spmd yuiir money wisely if you spend it at this sale—
in (.ni youi dollars will work overtime foi you The sale begins Xa-
liinl.iv iii  D a in
Important!
Please tin nni confuse this salt-  wllh the   ordinary so railed "sates"
i>(  odds ami ends .mil tin- outbursts   of  gol rich-quick concerns. No doubt
a
ynii have experienced sunn- ui these in lho past. \. C, Pyr is not
quitting business, nor dues be offer any fictitious excuse for this sale-
It's a strictly legitimate nnd bona-fide cut-price sale ol high-class
merchandise. \ V Pyr la In Cranhrook to stay nnd will conduct his
business In n straightforward, honorable manner that will reflect credit
upon tbe store Absolute reliability is the system employed nere. No
misrepresentation, nothing bui facta, \ sale place to trade. The Cn-
londlng Sale will In* a powerful demonstration of the supremacy ol this
store     Cnme Saturday ai '\ a m,
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STORE CLOSED
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II JUNE 22nd   AND 23rd
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! be made for the Bin;
I UNLOADING SALE
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A Sale
Absolutely
Without
Parallel
GIGA
UNLOJ
-mh« 8 A
S25.0C
A. C PYE'S
Entire
EXCELLENCE
OF QUALITY
AND
LOWNESS
OF PRICES
These are the potent
factors that will make
this an occasion: one
that will linger long in
the pleasant memories
of the people of Cranbrook and vicinity.
To be thrown to the mercy of the public at the lowest cut-s
Costs and profits will be forgotten. The sole object of this sj
new, up-to-date, and Qualities are the best that can be proci
of the year, will make it an easy matter for all to supply th
buying a pleasure for all those who grasp this opportunity.
POSITIVELY NO GOODS SOLD THURS
And continues with vim an
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Terms Strictly Cash        f | EXTRA SPECIAL
♦
Positively No Goods Will Be Sold on
Credit or Approval
|    To the first twenty-five Ladies entering
♦       the store Saturday,  9 a. m„ Hermsdorf     ***
Past Black Lisle Thread Stockings, regit-      *Af
"Cash Raising" is the main reason for this sale—
t    great sacrifices in value giving and price cutting.   We
j   are therefore compelled to suspend all credit accounts,    ♦ ♦
X   refunds and approvals. 1 i
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25c. quality, the pair
ONLY TWO PAIRS TO EAOB I.AHY
Look
for the
Big Red
Signs!
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A.
Cranbrook
WANTED-25   EXPERIENCED
\\\.\.\.\.\.k^kk\.\.\^k\.k\.\.\.\.\^\.^^^ THB   URANBHOOK   lUCliALD
How To Stop
 A	
Stubborn Cough
We don't mean just stop tbe irritation in your throat—but cure Ihe
underlying cause.
Cough syrups cannot do this. It
lakes a constitutional tonic body
builder to do the work properly—■
and cure you lo stay cured. Vinol
is the remedy you need.
Ill'.ltl. IH ,'IIOOP
Mr.. Mlltnla Oagootl, or ai.01  Pall..
N. v.,wi'Ilttai." After trying a«r.r*l ran,.
.lllfl. riira 1,1,(1 cUllgtl R,„|r,tttl wlllmiit
Ix-iiolll,  I  ni,.  it.k,.,l ,.. try   Vluul.   I,
w,,rk.il llir. maglo, ii eiirwl „,y c,»i,i
mii.I uttiigtl ai.il I gal„.,| l„ liaalil, and
.11,'HJllli.     I   rnii.l.lrr   till,.!   111.   unial
W Irrr.it tllillfl anil ln.lg.nah.r 1 av.r
ai,,,."
If wc iiniHit stop that couc,h
wilh VINlll. -our delicious cud
llvoi ami iron Ionic whicli Is made
without oil -wo will noi charge
vou .1 cenl for Ihe medicine you
buy, This seems like a pretty fair
proposition—nnd ought to be ac-
eepted. Don't you think sot Wiih
this unclerslnmllng we ask you to
fry a bottle of VINOL,
t'llAMIIKltlK DIII'll ,v BOOK CO .
Agents,
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ii Archie Waller!
Builder and
Contractor
Septic Tanks ami Concrete
Work generally u •
spcciiilty, }
\ | Estimates   Freely  Given, t
P.O. Box Mb |
Cranbrook, B.C. f
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New Season's
WALL PAPERS
Just Arrived
Up-to-date   first - class
Paperhangers to li.itifj
lliem
B.   H.   SHORT
The Painter ami Decorator
Armstrong Ave.
P. o. li«\ 33 Phone in
il.WHI'iiMU  LAND DISTRIST
I.AMi NOTICE
NOTICE IH HEREBY MVEN
Uiat arc Intend !■■ .iiml*. to ine »'iii«-f
Cnmmlaiionei nl Lands and Works
Fm permission lo purebaas Uw lol
loving desertbed mill lite, ittuata In
'-..■Hill Eaal Koolenay District:
Iltfftlnnlng at % post planted at the
Intersection ol tin* western boundarj
•d Lot Numbci BOM, with tin* right
ot-wajr nl tin* Kootcnaj Central Rail
war; thence sooth W chains n links
east, twiiitv m".rit (17.00) dittos,
more or leas, (ollowlni Um northern
boudarj ol tin- Kooteoa) Coattal
tu tit iii way;  thence   north  twentj
eight   (M 00)  «i is.   mora or its-.
thence wesl fourteen (1 ■ 00) cbalt
in.tic ni lees, lo the boondary ol
I ul Numbci M. tbcncfl m a north
u. iith direction, tollowlng ti»
iiotiini.ilv ol I."i Numbei K-1, to On
Mil boundarj nl Lol Numbehi MM
thence tail Uirre 0 00) chalM to
the noi Ut eaal ccrnei ol Lol Numbei
iin.n, tin nutfa tout 11 <'ih chains
to ilu*    sooth peal     ici   ol   IjoI
Numbei SMO; Uience weal two (8	
attaint, mors oi leas, tu Un- plan* ol
beginning, containing lorty (tO)
acres, more or lea
Tlio iiml-.*-. Lumbei Company.
.1. I*'. nrldgea, Locator.
Dated this 2i.Hi day of April,
1911. 10-01
iJEaptfst Church
Pastor, Charles W. King.
Maraming..  NuTliliry Avenue.
'I'lion,', 111.     I'. II. Boi IM.
Hauler Settlers:—Sundae, II
.in.     and    7.30   p.m.;   Itlbls
.Schonl    with     Ynunrt   Ladles'
IMiflrthm    ud    Yoww   Men's'
lllhl. Clsu, I p.m.
Moodtf,   Young Peoples',   I
> p.m.
w    Wfdiwsd.;, Mld-Wwk llrrtlw, i i
A enrdltt  Chilstlaa welcome' '
total.
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PRESS COMMENTS
Canada will spend her own money
m her own dclcncc. Tho policy ot
s|>i)iiKiii^ brings only tllscredlt.—Toronto Globe.
In Kingston it now costs twonty-
(Ivo cciils in get ii bate cut. In
PortsmouUi, bard by, within the
walls ui a big stonr (government
building, bair is mt for nothing.
Kirs! tiling Kingston barbers will
know tbrir customers will lit* breaking Into ihc penitentiary.—Hamilton
Spectator.
Tin*    Peterborough Review assures
»•'■ tlml    n 's icetli mi' nni tiki-  n
monkoy'K," llul some of tlieh no
i h, are.—Orlllln Packet.
Drlnkwnlor, Soak., lias iltaenrded
local option Anj newspaper that
nlleiiiplN in make n Joke out of this
should have its parugrapuot pul    in
ompers —Kornlo Free Press
since Jimmy Aslidown gave Cnl-
garj a lift inwards gotllng the C.P.
U. shops lie can't expect to sell
any 111111' hardware in Medicine Hal
-Lotlibridge Herald.
Ruakiu once called tin* domestic (ly,
a black Incarnation of caprice,    nml
liter people    have also called       lb
names, piclnral or otherwise, accord
ig to tlie     wealth,   and originality
their vocabulary.—Calgary Herald.
No beggar is refused in India. Nr
enquiry is made whether the recipient is worthy of help.    A small dole
f rice or money is given. The
mendicant earns enough for his daily
needs and for those who depend on
liiin. lie is generally the person on
whom his lazy relations depend for
support.  Pegging is such a lucrative
rude.—Ceylon Mail.
Some Alberta farmers pray for
rain. The C.P.R.., being n corporation, has no soul. So it digs an
irrigation ditch— Fernie Free Press.
TIlO pn feeds of the "Made in Canada" fair at Vancouver will he devoted to the founding ut a convalescent home tn support Die work of
the local hospitals. It has always
been a source ol regret to those connected with hospital work that the
homeless patient Is compelled to
leave tbe hospital as soon as skill
ed treatment is no lunger imperative.
The changes* in many Instances is
moat abrupt ami cruelly harmful
to the future health uf the sick
one. It means either an appeal to
charity or an immediate return ti>
work for those whose means have
been exhausted In endeavoring to regain health, ami the period of convalescence is fraught witli undeserved
Buffering In the unequal struggle to
preserve a modicum of self-respect
Much ol the good work of the
hospitals has been nullified because
■ if this condition >'f things, ami the
movement to take care ol the con-
valeacei I reflects great credli on Ibe
people ol Vancouver, where the com!
merclal iplril Is evidently tempered
bj .1 One nense ol social obligation
—Chiillwack New Era.
•8 YEARS'
EXPCRIKNCC
TfMOC Mane a
Dcmotta
CPPVBK-.MTa At.
•A T)*nn r> t+ r,«*n» ■ .lUr'i a,..) i1«,-v t.fl, n m«»
■• llHOPW-iie,     :.
a r ,'.--' r,   1     ,' k,\ 11, si.v
Scientific American.
\   I ,. >.   .     ■ ^ ■,..•-,■ ,1 w-vltl*      |ju.-*t   rlr.
MUXN Ife'Ca»«—-**- Raw Tart
nrmtn'tii-mo. '75 KHt,VV»»Mii,i,rt., 11 C
McCreary&McCullough
PAINTERS
AND
DECORATORS
Office
Wtntworth Hotel
I Ml
Mr. LUND'S LETTER
Editor Herald:
I note in your issue of last week,
there appeared published a copy ol
ray recent letter to the Hon. W. R.
Ross, chief commissioner of lands at
Victoria, dealing with bush fires.
In tiiis connection, I now wish to
explain thai while we expect a greal
deal from our government and our departmeni nl hunts, in the way of properly protecting ami safeguarding
our many natural resources irom
destruction and improper exploits
tion, we are very apt to forget, that
without the cheerful and hearty cooperation ol    the   1 pie throughout
Ihe province, their government and
the heads <>f ihe different departments will Ik* powerless in adequately enforcing the laws and maintain
lug the regulations thai have been or
may he in the future established, no
milled how strong, efficient or well
meaning Uie members ol our government may he.
The people of British Columbia
have recently demonstrated, by their
votes, an unbounded confidence iu our
premier uml his colleagues in properly .safeguarding the interests ol
this province ami its people.
Pit we all reuli/.e the stupendous
ta^k ind responsibility which has
been placed upon the shoulders of
our public officials? In this organization wc are all shareholders, Are
we going to support the men to
whom wc have almost unanimously
delegated the task of directing tlie
affairs of tnis great enterprise, in
which we, our children, and children's children, are and must continue to be vitally interested1'
Shall we then, as* citizens of this
great provlence, collectively and individually become guardians, in fact
of our cherished province, In preventing further loss and destruction by
fire of the greatest natural resource
we possess—our forests, the perpetuation of which means beautiful scenery, adequate and uniform water
supply for all purposes, plenty of
rainfall, bounteous crops, game ami
fish in abundance, healthy ami ex-
illaratlng climatic conditions; but,
most important of all—a strong, vig-
rotis, prosperous, happy and confuted people.
We must demonstrate, during the
next few months, by the individual
effort of every man, woman am)
child iu the province of British Columbia, whether we shall, iu a comparatively few years he the means of
making out ot our heritage tin* garden of Canada—or a barren am) depleted wilderness.
Yours truly,
P. Lund.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES
Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
The Knights of Pythias have or
ganlxed a bilge at Merritt.
The Bank ni Vancouver Is opening a
branch at HaxoHoa,
The C.P.R. has given a special
week-end rate ol $•'. 20 frum l.eth-
I.ridire- lo Frank.
•tames Cranio lias stocked his
ranch in tbe Bulkley Vallej with
horses ant) machinery.
In New Denver Dr. Brouse has pre
'tited the Knights ol Pythias with a
billiard  table
Duncan Ross has taken the contract to build the largest tunnel on
iin* Grand)Trunk Pacific it is neoi
llaxelton ami adjoins ins present con-
1ract.
Sealcv is the name of a townsite
two miles from llaxelton it al
ready has twelve business houses ami
promises to grow    Into a place     nl
nitr importance.
Only onc-foprth of Canada is occupied, ami onl) one-eighth is under
cultivation
The distance frum Halifax to Van-
cnuvei is greater than from London
I.. Halifax
Victoria city is  only half way be
lueeli I.Minimi ami Hung  Kong
Ontario is over four limes as
large as England,
LAND notice.
TAKE NOTICE that Annie Mer-
ington, ol Cranioouk, occupation
married woman, intends to apply tor
pi-rmissii it to purchase tlie following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
iln- south-east corner of Lot luoti;,
Group (hie, East Kootenay district,
thence west 20 chains, more or less,
so the east hank of the Kootenay
river; thenco south easterly along
said hank of tbe Koolenay river a
■list.nut- uf in Hiatus, more or lest,
to the west boundary of Lot SIB,
Group One; 1 hence north along said
west boundary a distance nf 20
chains, more or less, tn point ol
commencement and containing forty
acres, hum* or less.
Annie Merlngton,   Locator
Stewart Morris, Agent.
Staked May .!7lh, 1111 !Mt*
CALGARY FAIR
The Calgary Industrial Exhibition
company him" during tlie past few
years issued some very attractive
bangers advertising their exhibition
Many will remember tbe hangers id
I'lliH depicting "Another Trail Cut
Oil." The hanger issued this year is
plane in the air, and he limned lately
ei nsidered by many as the best banger yet published by this company
ll shows a cowboy on the range
who has suddenly sighted an aero-
endeavors lo show his ability by
tInowinn his lariat, which Is shown
as just having circled the head of
tltc aviator. It is a Iwncnlor lithograph, ami shows the name of tlie
exhibition and date, June 80th to
July Ttb, very   prominently. As
long as they lasl copies may he
bad on application to E I, Richard-
■on, Victoria Pink, Calgary, Alia.
EIGHTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically pro-
pared remedy of proven worth. The
result from their use is quick and
permanent. For sale at all drug
stores. 3-toDelfi
USED RAILWAY SIGNAL.
Mr. Moriarity, who kepi a saloon,
met Mr. Driscoll, who was a railway
conductor.
Says Mr. Moriarity, "What does It
mean when you have a green Hag fly.
ing at tbe tail end 01 youi train,
Mr   Drlsooll?"
-'It means thai anothei one is com
ing," was ibc answer.
The next  day   Mr   M. rlailly     was
seen pushing a hahy peramliiiluloi  up
the street,   with two green llagi Hj
ni£ behind.—The Philistine
WHAT    PA REMEMBERS
I    guess there    must     In-   St liletlltn
queer
About a kitl like me,
'Cause   there   ain't, hardly     no ono
here
That ever seems to sec
Tbat 1 don't like lo bring In wood
An' do th' chores all up,
I'd ruther be where skalin's good,
Or playin' with tbe [Kip!
My pa be talks a awful lot
About tbe way be did
His dicrcs, if he wuz tired or not,
When he wuz (est a kid.
Sometimes be tells about Hi' piles
Of great big chores ho had,
An' gran'ma    sez,    "Tut, tut," an'
smiles,
An' then my pa gits mnd!
She sez when pa wuz young he'd g<
Away off slid In', when
He'd ought 'a' bin a-shovilli1 snow,
Or choppln' wood—an' then
In summer, too, he'd rim away
Where all th' kids wuz at,
An' swim ur     lish    with Ihem, but,
say,
Pa can't remember (hat!
I guess when folks grow up they all
Can't ijust remember much,
•Ccpt bow  they worked when      they
wuz small,
A-doln' chores an' such;
Hut though    my grau'ma's old's kin
he,
Her memory's the best;
She tells     what pn   done, seems tu
me,
Better than all the rest'
—Chicago News
Beatty Wants the
Earth
I  want  One thousand yards of
(Travel or Clean Soil.
\V. U. BEATTY      17-lt
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j      WANTED      I
I    A   HOU8KKEBPER  out
f stiutl fruit ranch l»y widower j
♦ with young family. Stall' +.
J required. *,
f    W. li. I.ITTI.K.IOUX,    *
I Krii'lisun - B. C. 4
♦• n-11      *
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HORSES FOR SALE
t hiivu n bunch ul IK) Wild
Horses on tin' rant;*' between
Kindlny Creek and Toby
Creek. Columbia Valley. Clin
u'ivi' original l>ill "f sal,'.
Will take $-100 < ash fur the
hunch.
CHAS. f'ltHOK.
Atluilinir B.O.
17-21*
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*USE I
I COLUMBIAN •
«      WOOD SPLITS      »
4    A combination ol Wood ami ♦
4 Iron that glvei the best sdvan* .«.
..  Ifiifer* uf all otlu" WOOd  ill  Wfrll Uf   .
* theffttflfplit pulloya, *
I THE NELSON IRON WORKS  *
M U"",D »
Now lis. s larrts stock in Nolsott. ™
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KW&B!atPiemi>mdii;?:£aefa®mttBe
STRAWBERRIES
$2.50 Per Crate
Every crate una t no teed to
lit* choice fresh berrier* and
No. I quality.
THE IEST TABLE OR CINKERS IN
TNE MARKET
Book your onleri now and
act lliem ililppcd when you
wmti them.
Will be flopping about
June '25.
R. S. BEVAN
Watch for the
Seal
of the
Faultless Flour
H Particular people who want a particular flour
can't help buying SEAL OF ALBERTA.
Actually we wash every kernel of the wheat
it is made from. It is cleaned by separators—
that is done at most mills—then it is dry
scoured, but even that isn't enough, So we
actually wasli it to remove any possibility of
impurities from the grain. This cannot be
done at the ordinary mill, It takes too much
power. It is too great an expense. That is
another reason why SEAL OF ALBERTA
is a purer, belter flour.
<| Now tlie wheat is washed in warm water.
That enables us to bring it to the right
temperature before milling, and the milling
process can be carried along better with tlie
wheat at a certain temperature. 'I hat's another
reason why yuu should say "SEAL OF
ALBERTA, PLEASE,' when ordering flour.
tirillili liH.,,'1,. t'nrlon, B.O     ;,
17-21 '.!
fJ«esT'fr3r^fElrTc'PWkll,JlrVr1iePlWt1IBfSia
FRANK DEZALL
Canies a full -hnk ol
DEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Repairs for above always
in t*toek
I'HONti :;-m i\o. i«»\ oo-i
CRANBROOK PLUMBING
TINSMITH & HEATING CO.
Twenty-live years' practical experience.
Five yenrt* Inspector nf nuisances.
Plumbing ttinl Sewup Expert foi Swindon—30,000 population.
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY!
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUNO WALKER. C.V.O., LLC, PCL, Puss dent
ALEXANDER  LAIRD. GlNEHil Man.  I
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
MONEY
RES1
ORDERS
M.II.KI.000
BveryUiing in Tin uml Blieet Iron mail*
to older
BtOWER SYSTEM AND MINE VENTILATING EXPERT
Hot Air Fnrnsces,   Hot  Water un,
Stesm lluiliiia
ESTIMATES GIVEN
W. F. JOHNSON & SON
Proprietors
HANSON   AVENUE,   ORANBROOK
"AI IT HERE SlltH HMV
The Money Orders of Tlie Cai adi n B k of ( ■ • n tree are a safe
convenient and economical mel odd ; sl]ms ,. „.,.„,.,'
They are payable without charge at cvtrv bra . ... irtered bank iii
Canada (i-s.-cpt in the Yukon Ten tory) and in I ciijM ,,,
the L'nitcd .St;,tt"*.
The Orders and full informati, •    m ma)  be obtained
on application at the Bank.
In the event of loss of a Mom Order Ihe Bank will, on receipt of
a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements t, refund th, amount of
the lost Order.
K. T.Bryinner, [lanager Craithrodk Branch
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A  Good   Home
is what is dear ti rj  •:. in    A
is whore Peace, '' tort I' lutentnu'ot.
nii'l Plenty 'u found. Thai is the rent u
men throughout British C ..    hen
"Oranbrook" is mentioned think .,[ the
provisions -los. Brault has ua,!c f, r an
idea! borne at ti,.-
Canadian Hotel
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PEOPLE JUST Hi GtnETU.
rinpcritmotiS'tj
vouairiBe,
flREWEU-PLEflSEP.
firiD THOROUGHLY
SoT'SPIED,
WITH THB VWV in VltrtHM
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VrHICOUVER-VICtniTr,
RENTS TO COIiECr.
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HOrrrwluttTOIMMrTt.-li
flNPCOU-ttOT.
riREimuRrin£fiTon,irx
LETUS/1TTEHPT0IT
WE fiRP. afidsmo
OTHERS At; NX IL*- BR SL'fifi
TO PLK/tSf, you.
321 fambu Street,
ipV(afjy,0Mver B.C.c
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Vou Never
Saw Is Saw
■i I ■' d ■■■- meat tints a
eaitomef -   ■ ■-    •- •■■ m tka
■ to.   VVe
mai a  -^.- -  ..:
gi ing I'ei.jtl**
■ ■■ ■ •        •*  ..*. they irtDtof
-   ■    ■ can gst.
■    . roeati
tbat we no)
■. .'--    . kanl.
...
TRY    IT !
P. BURNS &  CO., Ltd. i
ORANBROOK - - B. C
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)••••••••••••• ••••••• *JVT*****e7
Does Quality Count with You?     •
If 10, b) tutor •
FLOUR AND FEED I
 •
' 'ur Prices, are tlie ll-st in East Kootenay
TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. j
Office on Van Home HL   Warel .. I   P i; tracks,     9)
PHONE ' •
For Sale
HOUSE AND
TWO LOTS
Modern Improvements
Terms the liasicst
NAT. I. IIAKRISON
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■ i: IKBItOOK I. ,\i> |i|<fRlfT.
DI.1TIIII I   nl    SOI llll.liv   |il\l-
BIOS, EAS1   KOOTCNAY,
TAKE NOI II I. that I. -^ar.li
.lane Hacdoaald, "I Cranbroott, oct-u
patloa, Fdarrled irorjiaa, intend lo
apply lot pen Is don '" purchass Uis
lollowlag it'--ribed lands
CommeoclDg       at        a peal
planted      about finir       fi^i
Iriim      11.'      S        ff,    C ru, I   i,f  I.i'l
IftOtU, thence weal ten chains, thence
-.„itii si\t, ebains, thence r.ist ten
chains, thrncc nor11, sixty -lianis.
., i.ii,: ti„- Spokane International
Itailway t„ |»,-iiit «,f cumui-iif-fini'tit.
s.tr.tti Jane Maodooald.
Samm-I Macdonald, anc-nt.
j   Dated Jane ISth, till. 11 "l
 ♦ —
■   KOIl    BALE — Ilaliy    carrtags, al-
r.i.,.1   l„-«.  IN     ' i    I   110      Ippll  -I .
Ilsrald uinc • CRANBROOK HERALD
ORANBROOK HERALD
By  tlif Herald   Publishing Company,
F. J.  Deane, Managing Editor.
Ctt-iNUKOOk. B.C.. June 22.1«HI
KING GEORGE V
Tli,
Will
place
irgc v,
..■I    All
.-Is
i  a    it
re stn
, |.|J| I   so
world's lilsto
|j four liundi
In-, mibji'ds-
fonrtli,
I'eaic |i
11 empl
miec I*
an   Mil.'
inilci more auspicious
ni    was handed   the
i-.it an i-lnpili' iii   the
ii.- will have neai
millions nf people as
lai    short nf mil'
i   Un- world's    population.
■v.uK throughout tins mlgh-
■, .mil    if    iln- present kmn
in earrylng    on    Hie work
Inllv    begun Iiy     the     Into
Electric Restorer for Men
PtlOSDtlOnol "Itorea .v.it ■""'. In the body
v——•*to Ita proper teaaion; re.torea
 nil vitality,  erematuie decay and al! sexual
uivi.iii.-,  avetteil at dice.    PtwapbMOl will
in,,.- \<iu a new man.   PrlcaSS a bailor ti
*."i    Miulr.l in nnv addrcs..  XI
Co., St. I'.llutrluaa, On*.
For  suit'  at
J. Peck MacSwain
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rhtHcoUUDrmg
Ben tie,  Murphy  &  Co.,
HERPICIDE        OIKI.
THANKF1 U
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will
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^caking    mi
ilu- frlemlslii|i
mil Klnj! Kilrtiinl he
ive ami grtllluile i i
i< Id ii ish people, Inn nl
li/.'.| world That Ibe
i*il kltiK tony ht* insliii-
eenienlliig tin* homls of
between Kiiglisli
nml of pn iiitiliiit*.
welfare ui all
if.'li  wis)i of all
lit.' 1
unit
llir In
tIJIIOHIAL NOUS
iIn* King!
Tin-
M'h     I
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i.Milt'
,ii  thing, hui   ii
people
The   wattes    nf »
mil in insiallnifiils
niigeM
nolle
t am always grateful for real blessings, anil I km w of nothing that 1
need in hf more thankful for than
Newbro's llerpicide, Thousands ol
ladies, imt only iu the United States
hui all over the world, feel the same
way about it. Tn this wonderful
scalp anil hair remedy tliey owe llteir
soft, long, beautiful hair.
Mary J. Terry, of Lovcjoy, ill.
writes' "My hair canto nul until
there was i.ust a scanty rover (or
lire sealp, I tried everything I ever
hi-aid of or read about until 1 Dually
isetl    llerpieide. Tbel'e  is  tloUllllg
like ii My head Is now covered
with new hair. I shall forever
praise llerpieide."
Most imii troubles come Irom dan
It nil Ne whin's llerpititle removes
Ihis dniidruft Iiy killing Hie germ
which causes It,    It also stimulates
jlow of blood which nourishes the
follicles, The sealp being healthy,
hair does nol come out and the
new hair is allowed to grow.
There are oilier preparations which
they say are "jusl us good" as Her
plcide, 11 is not advisable to try
lliem. Instead of doing any good
Ihey may do pi si I ive harm.
No one is ever disappointed iu
Newbro's llerpieide. The results are
always Ihe same, always satlsfae*
lor) as is Indicated by the loci
thai llerpicide has been sold fin
years and bus thousands of sutisii'M
friends. It is the only genuine, original dandruff germ destroyer. There
is nothing "just as good."
One dollar si/e bottles arc sold
ami guaranteed by all druggists,
Applications at  good barber simps
.Send 10c. in postage for sample
and book to The llerpicide Co.,
Hepl    It,, Detroit, Mich.
Heuttie Murphy Co., Ltd., Special
i\ gents.
touching
chronic Im
■ man saves I
siiil of clothe
s religion
for Sun
lav
Kctiti-mbi'i   the
.ml   ill Ihr
ih, al   \m11to
• ronnllt a c*
in I of trade,
Talking aboul piercing Hit* veil a
In* fniutc, the newspapers are now
opyiug Ihtiigs oui of the Jul) mngn
,s dough ami mure dividends In
■ted I,, result from the receul
i-i  oi   ihe   leading Eastern bnk
\ Huston girl who w
Sedgwick count) farm*
iiiljiiHletl lur
all veil   I'Lil
deistaliil  llOV
watching a
milk a cow
[lasses and  said,  "ll   i-
i-xirpt  Ihal  I iloli'l un
you turn it oir"
Cranhrook is llu* most prosperous
eiiv   in iln*    Interior of British Co
lumbln Cranl k  has ibe     sur
rounding countrj    ami the industries
to    make  il   (Rich
Some person has dubbed tbe Pacific
term Ilia I of the Grand Trunk Pacific
"(IndianI Ituperl " Probably a
ditire appropriate name would be
"Holnj  Ilu|vr1 "
Tin- /ehia cannot change his
stripes, imi Hie leopard his spots,
hui women folk have both beaten to
a frn/zlc Sin- may appear striped,
spoti.il ot    variegated al     her own
sweel   Will—111   IbC      lli.lller  of       ens
tunic.
\ Marysvllle hnly has written; to
the Herald asking: "Whal is Hit-best
wa\ to serve a lobster'" We would
answer thai all depends on how much
■none) he's got hit hand we would
say—serve him as von would a mr.il
in kit with onl)  - number left
\n exchange Dbtcrves that il win
dnWS along tlie line of Hie corona
lion parade ate renting for fifteen
hundred dollars for the occasion, a
ktmt holt- should he worth at least
thin* hundred dollars.—Greenwood
l.cdr.e
J. Peek MacSwain is uue of tbe
few of the old time "tourist" print-
in the west. Peck would rath-
ride in a box ear1than on cushions, ami would sleep on a pile
f exchanges iu the composing room
if a print shop in preference to an
Ortomoor bed in the Empress hotel,
Peck was through this pari of the
country some years ago, and, like
every place he goes, made a lusting
impression. I Ie ran t he Oolden
Star /or six months, and then jour
ncyed down through tbe Windermere
valley and landed in Cranbrook, tie
worked ut Movie ami on Hie papers
in this city, uml drifted to Fernie
aboul the time of the big lire Dill
in time Peek begun In tire of Penile
uml decided to hike out in quest of
a change of scenery,
An,account of his departure from
ihe eoul city was well described hy
ihe Pernio Free Press shortly after
wards.     Here it is:
"Peck strolled over li the CPU
yards and selected u luxurious upliol
toted private cur. It was upholstered wilh hay and stood on the
track sacred to "West Loads." Peek
look the only lower berth iu sight
.mil awaited developments, A yard
man came along ami sealed up tbe
cur. II was bumped Into motion
and Peek fell asleep. It was some
time afterwards when he was awakened by another jolt and a series of
shtintings hither ami thither. He
tried the door but it was locked.
The shunting continued and Peck
went through all the sensations of
lieing loaded ou u .barge on Kootenay
lake He felt the damp, cool air
from Ihe lake littering tnmugh tbe
cracks in the car. After what appeared to be a boat ride of several
hours the ear was again banged
about and Peck emitted ihe signal oi
distress. Tlie door was opened and
Peek stepped out into the yards of
Fernie after being locked up in i a
ear of hay that had been refused by
a consignee for nineteen bonis."
DOMINION   DAY.
Dominion, Pay, Saturday,
July 1st, will he a publie
holiday, and all of the principal stores iu Oranbrook will
be closed. The drug stores
will be open the same hniirs
as nn Sunday, and tlie post
nlllee will be opon one hour
during the day.
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GENERAL NEWS NOTES
A Catholic church will be built nt
Fort Steele ami another at Klko this
summer
Wink on   Lho   Calholie church
'ernie is postponed pending a se
meiii of Hie strike.
at
CHINOOKERS \
UfeafeshafeAtt M
■WWWW
;-*'i»ikt'Nin«ti-Ki"
Many a timid woman who refuses
to !■),, iu bathing at the beach, thinks
iiolliing of plunging headlong into the
sea of matrimony.
"Some people are so dariutl
stingy," says Uncle Iteuben, "that
they wouldn't loan you a pleasant
word if you agreed to pay them
compound interest."
Always    remember that  it  is much
better to  hav       	
than never     to have swatted at all
ROSSLAND TEAM COMING.
The Rossland baseball team
will be in Cranbrook Friday,
June 23rd, and will play Hit*
Cranbrook leant iu Hie evening.
The John Deer Plow company will
build a fifty thousand dollar addition   to Iheir Calgary brunch.
It ttok an Ontario census enumerator three days to obtain the ages
of     the stimleiits at a ladles' college
Millions will be spent hy the Canadian Pacific railway on the new
Vancouver terminal buildings and
wharves.
One of R. 0. Jennings' camps up
iu the Skeena country was swept
away Iiy high water a short lime
ago.
Father Lebert, O.M.I., has for      a
number of      years been doing    missionary work in    the Yukon, lirst at
Dawson and latterly as White Horse,
now stationed at Prince Rupert.
The animal meeting of the Aurora
Mining and Milling Company, Limited, will be held iu Morley hall.
Movie, on Friday, ■Tune -tilth, at
3,30 o'clock p.m.
The C.P.R. lias donated the sum
of five thousand dollars for the
purpose of assisting Lctubriilgc to
secure the International Dry Land
Farm Congress of 1012.
The dam nt the mill of tbe Patrick Lumber company on the Slocan
river broke this week, and over a
million feet of logs were swept
away.
JUST ARRIVED
A Brand New Stock of Summer Hoods, in whicli no doubt
you are interested. The stock
includes a fresh line of
STEPHEN'S PAINTS, RAKES, HOES,
SPADES, SPADING FORKS.
GARDEN HOSE AND FIXTURES,
SPRINKLERS, AND, IN FACT,
ALL GARDEN REQUIREMENTS
If you can't come yourself,
send your little girl, and if you
haven't  got  a  " girl"  arm!
A LITTLE BOY
"GET WISE"
We wiil treat Ihem ri«lit and
it will bo just us satisfactory
us if you had comu yourself.
If. however, there should be
uny slight mistake come
down to tlie store and
SEE, FJtANK
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods
CRANBROOK,      -       B. C.
SAVED BY A HORSE
MEDICAL
AUTHORITY
, Tin' British anil United States
Pharmacopoeias, two uf Hie greatest
nuslital books of authority, state
tliat tlie active prinelpal ol PIUS is
a valuable LAXATIVE REMEDY in
tbe treatment of all KIDNEY, LIVER, STOMACH anil BOWEL ilixur
tiers.
FIO PILLS
Contain the active principal ol FIGS
combined with other valuable medicaments which constitute Ihem the
best remedy (or the above ailments,
At all dealers 25 cents per box, or
The Kin PHI <*»■, St. Thomas, Ont.
Sold and recommended by Tho
Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co., Ltd.
Druggists,
l.ast evening as   one   ol Hie dairy
men    was riding   through  the     city
park in seareh of a lost row, he at
...      ,     .""'I i tempted to cross the branch tl'.at   is
swatted and missed I ....     . ,        ..   ,.    .      .
now   Hooding between the island ami
j the main part of  the park. Tlie cur-
\ man who wouldn't talk hack to
contra) ever the phone will abuse
the umpire to the legal limit of personal liberty.
President Smith of Hie Mormon
church has five wives and an Interest
iu a sugar trust.
Nowadays when a man says a tiling
eaii't   be done   be has to step lively
tlie fellow's way who
get out
doing.
t.f
And now the
form a   trust.
rat   makers are     to
.lust    keep a sharp
lookout for a bobble skirt combine,
Ki fl urn chow means "beat it."
Can vnii li fi uin chow? Chop siit-y
means something entirety different.
rent carried the horse tiff his feet and
l:e turned over three times. The
man and horse were swept up on a
gravel bar over which ahout eighteen
inches of water was running. They
were about tWC rods from the short-
on either side and it was hopeless
to try and swim the Interi'cning dis-
tance.
The horse showed equine Intelligence by screaming with all his
might and some men who were In
the park heard the noise and hurried to the bank, where, with the
aid of a rope and a breeches buoy
they hauled horse and man to terra
firtna—Fertile Free Press.
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\ lol
la tlie
provemi
thousands
pc ■   ol
Ih«1 roads
eitt
nf .; i work    is being done
i'1'i;  in      iin  way "f Im
its along    Ihe Crow     ihis
Tin*    company i* spending
nf   dollars     to v-i***. the
Canada one ol Ihe VWJ
ut    the American contln-
Tlie mayor and
laud do not lake
iif giving their
city grail
aldermen ol Rost-
klndly to the idea
cervices    to     the
At the last meeting   of
the council a resolution was Introduced to the effect that "the mayor
and council donate their salaries to
ihe city after July first." Two aldermen voted for the resolution
nml three against il      One alderman
Wns  absent
MKT.M. MARKET
New
M RO
York -Bat silver, 530     l.rsiil
idon.-l.end,   E13 . fl*. 3d.
FATHER'S DEATH,
line of Hie liext stories going the
rounds of the "Smart Set" papers
down below is the following:
A hoy Accidentally hearing that
his [atber several years before had
mel a tragie death asked his mother
lo iill him about ihe matter. .She
replied thftl she would when he hail
grown older. On his twenty-first
birthday the son m-allc d to his
mother Ihe promise she had made
nun she kepi her word. The
mother lold of having been taken to
ihe theatre In tbe Fattier one even
log when a famous dancer was
drawing crowded and enthusiastic
audiences. This particular night Ihe
dancer was given an ovation. In response to the whirlwind of applause
and in endeavoring to excel herself,
the fair devotee of Terptschore tore a
part of   her flimsy silken costume.
"I can remember the scene as if it
were but yesterday," eontinutil the
mother. "The dancer was greatly
embarassed over ihe incident which
had befallen her. Running to the
front of the stage she inquired in a
sweet, seductive voice:
"Is there any gentleman in the
audience who    can give me a pin?*1
"Yiur father was killed in the
rush."
FORGOT.
Willie—Say, pa, you ought to se>
tho men across the street raise I
building on jacks
Pa (absently) — Impossible. Willie
You ran open on   jacks, but a man's
a fool lo   try   to raise on them—*tt>
I  mean it must have been i|iille
si ghl —Puck
WEDDING IS ANNOUNCED.
A marriage has hern announced ami
will shortly take place between J,
Huber, of Creston, and Miss Laura
Crlssler, of Cranhnrnk. The nuptials will be celebrated at Cranbrook
the 2Rth inst. After tin- honey
moon the happy couple will reside in
ihe pretty Monro cottage on Victoria
avenue Mr. Huber in the captain of
Ihe Creston baseball club, and Miss
Crlssler is a sister of Ray CrissKr,
the popular Fast Kootenay pitcher —
Creston Echo,
FARMS ON   LARGE SCALE.
K. C, Smith was in from his farm
in St. Mary's Prairie Sunday. Mr.
Smith's place is about ten miles
from Cranbrook and is one of the
best around here. This year he has
fifty acres planted In potatoes and
sixty acres to wheat and oats. The
potatoes will run from seven to
ten tons lo the acre, ami the prevailing price around here is usually
aboil forty dollars to the ton. Mr.
Smith was at one time a member
of the provincial legislature and was
largely Interested iu the Sullivan
mine. He was one of the first to
realize the possibilities of this sec-
lion   as an agricultural country.
The
been
TENNHULUB
Craubrook Tennis club has
playing American tournament
for Ihe last two weeks. Mr. R. T.
Brymncr and Mrs. A. C. Nelson
were the winners, and Mr, Geo. Me
Creery ami Miss Williams were a
very good second. The president,
Mr. Gurd, presented the prizes, a
smoking set and nni lli ni ere, at tlie
end of the game ou Saturday afternoon Inst.
"HILLY"  BURTON, FLORIST.
We have all heard of the C.P.R.
ready-made farms, hut it takes Hilly
Burton tn introduce readywnado flower gardens, The flower beds thai
now grace the exterior of Ihe Burton
hotel .ire a pleasing attraction
George .lacks is the artist.—creston
Echo.
Let Us Cut Down
Your Insurance Rates by
Wiring Your House for
Electric Lights
YOU CAN SAVE THE PRICE IN
INSURANCE
Let us know your wants and they
will be attended to in a thoroughly
efficient manner.
Our terms enable you to install
lights in any size of a house.
| Davis Bros. Electrical Co.
THE EXPERT ELECTRICIANS
Successors to the IJiiniu Electrical Supply Co.
END OFSESSION
Last Friday the trains pulling ont
were crowded with people leaving
the city after attending tie grand
lodge session of the l.O.O.F. All
were enthusiastic about Cranbrook
autl the reception they received here.
The last official business of the
grand lodge was tilling the appointed   offices,     Tliey are:
Rev. A. (J. Miller, of Victoria,
grand chaplain.
II. Fooks, of    Agassi/, grand marshal.
I.   E. l'hiiitiv, grand conductor.
1. F. McDougall, of Phoenix, grand
guardian.
F. D. Lemieiix, ot Rossland, wand
herald.
Over twti hundred and fifty persons
attended the banquet in Hie Auditorium Thursday night. The banquet was served by Mrs, Dupont and
Miss Kimptou, two well known caterers in Cranbrook, and is was
done in a manner that was in every
way a credit to them. The Elude
orchestra kept things moving In the
music line, and R. E. Beattie fully
sustained his enviable reputation as
a  chairman.
THE-   TOAST LIST.
The King
Tlie Empire—M, A. Macdonald.
United    Stales—.1. P. Fink
The Dominion—Dr. .1. II. Kins
Our   City—Mayor Hunt.
Soveieign Grand Lodge—11. T. Fulton
The Encampment—.1. 0. Covalsky
Grand Lodge of B. C.-W. II, Cullln
Rehekah Assembly—Mrs. Evans.
Pat Hatch's     Militant—Col.     C.    S.
Keith
Sister Societies—A   II. Blackehy
The Ladies—II. Fooks
The Press—P.   I   Smyth
Ou   the     programme     also     were
songs   by Roland    Brown, 11. Stephens,     Ralph    Rneklyefl and
Hioiiflhtoii.
Joseph Ryan
THE FAMOUS OLD BREWER RANCH, Fairmont Springs,
Windermere, B, C. 672 acres, situated on
Columbia Itivur, between Coluuibiu and Windermere Lakes, in tlio most fertile and beautiful part of tlio Windermere country, Fee
simple title, unencumbered, Prior water right
to 160 inches from Coldstream Creek. Lurge
portion sub-irrigated, Excellent dwelling
house and out offices within half a mile of tliu
Kuiriimuiit Imi sulphur springs. Oldest
orchard in tlie Windermere, I'ulimited tree
range, Kootenay Central ltuilwny, now under
construction, surveyed iici'ubd two of tlie lots.
Nino lieiul of horses unit 7fi head of slock, with
complete equipment of farming implements,
iVe. House well furnished. Will Imi sold as it
going concern, fully equipped, for$28,000, one
fliil'd OUbIi and two unuiiiils nt li per cent.
Without stock and equipment, $22,,r>tlu Same
terms. ^^^^^
SANCA directly ou the east shore of Kootenay Lake,
one of tlio most beautiful situations in tliu
Kootenay country, f>2 acres of prime fruit
laud, close Iiy Myrtle Creek. Very littlu
clearing. Fee simple title. A bargain at
$100110 an acre will sell ut Jii.VOtl.
40 ACRES of Prime Fruit Lands near Creston. Uncleared. Clearing, fencing, plowing and laying
down iu clover will cost nliout $115.00 un acre.
Water right across it. Some heaver meadow.
The picked land of the district. Apply for
price and terms to above.
LARGE TIMBER TRACTS AND COAL LANDS
HELD DNDER LEASE WANTED TO
PURCHASE,
Accident, Guarantee and
Life Insurance
R.aworth Block,
Baker St.,   Cranbrook.
COUNCIL
mi:i:
rtSf!
Tin
■ Cranbrook
I'ilV
rniiiicll
will
IlilVI'
a meeting
Frill lly
afternoon
i  at
two
O'clock    tn
consldi
'] tile lire
by-
law
anil tlie   jsi
ilalton
hospital
pro-
poslf
Ion.
_ ^Coronation
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60* a pound
Tn cfxamemoratinn of tlie catenation c(
KinKtacorjie V," kidgwiiy*" b;ivtput(.n the
laurkci a core nation on ot a m. -i t.n tm, ■.,; >■
■ud ,■ tiiui-ne di'.mn, (Marinaexcellent i-mn..sii
bf liitiK t.eufltf  V,l,'iiirn >1.,r> a:,,! Un- l'tili.e
vt Wale*,   Sj.fn.li panelt have been designed
i-'viE-Hiitiiit' I .ituJa, India, Afruu. Auttrnlia
anJ Sew Zealand.
Hilly a limited number live been imported.
1'iucttOe. for one pound tins.
At V.*it-I.....
\ CHAI.I.KMiK.
1.. Main, "the buttling Swede," of
Spokane, holder ol tin* Nl* a cliam-
plonslilp ol I'm hereby challenges
.my man who's weight ranges frum
one linmiii'il ami lifleen (■> one bntiit-
red ami twenty-five pounds to a eon-
test of boxing either style, to lake
plaee on Dominion Day either at
Cranbrook or Fort Steele. Acceptance of eliallrnge to he sent lo
('. W Johnson, Wasa, who will ail
fnr  Mr. Bain.
.1.
DOCTOIJ   RAISING   PHEASANTS
Dr. Henderson is the proud owner
ol six pheasants which were hutched
under an ordinary hen. He in obtain
ing the necessary permit to keep
them, uml fn in latest reportn they
are doing well. I'mler provincial
law, they must not be dealt with
in any way by the cwttcf, such as
being bought or sold, and the birds
remain the property of the government.—Creston Review.
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COMINC EVENTS
Calgary exhibition, June 3(H1| t«
•Inly 71*.
Convention Western Federation cl
Miners, Unite, .Inly 17th.
l.i'tlilniilRi' Agricultural lair, August 2.lnl tn 23th.
Columbia Valley Fair, Golden, September 18th and 191*.
Cranbrook Agricultural Association
lair, September inth and 20th.
Nelson lair, September 20th to
28th.
Spokane Interstate fair, October
2nd lo 8th.
Proplnrlal exhibition, New Westminster, Ik'lulirr :ird In 7th.
HILL & CO.
CRANBROOK'S COMPUTE LADIES' FURNISHERS
Important Sale of Dainty -Wash Fabrics
Right now, when you need them moit, we oiler
you the opportunity to save ALMOST HALF on
these dainty wash fabrics, consisting oi Ginghams,
Prints, Dimities, Organdies, and all suitable lor street
or house wear.
Last ol the (iinxhams,
I2'c. Yd.
I Inly -U units left to elenr
iu neat 8lri|ivs, Checks
niul Plain Effoots, Tlie
seiiHim's bust setters at ISo,
to ISc. To clear Sutunluv
only       IJle.YO.
POTTER'S PRINTS
The fatnims print known
for iis high washing and
wearing qualities. In all
this season's Stripes ami
Fanoy KtTt-cte. All Rroupetl
for Saturday only. Been
eollinp; from 18c. to 20e. yd,
At one price  ISC. YD.
20 Pieces Colored Organ*
diet — Dimities
In beautiful Kpots, Sprig
and Spray KtTeots. Suitable for street and house
dresses. Tlie sell son's
daintiest patterns, Resit*
lar price 20c. Saturday
cleariiiK at  12$c. YD.
A SPLBNDID CORSI. I
oniiR
20 pairs only, lineal I'nris
inn I'orsels, illicit, of lies!
Delected r.uitill and no west
design; Ii.uk hip. low luml.
with I splendid Barters.
HurlieHl iiuinlwr ill $2.IH>.
Saturday only $1.49
Nazareth Waists for
Children
.lust the thiiiK for summer
Wear. All sizes up to 12.
Special ralue . 300, EACH
A Beautiful Showing ol
While Lingerie Waists
In low necks, hitfh necks.
Beautiful Embroidered
Effects. Neat and exclusive desiiftis. The season's
Newest Patterns. A magnificent showing, ranging
in price at
f 1.00,11.50,12.00,
$3.00,14.00,18.00 THE   OEANBEOOK    HERALD
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Your Interests
Are Ours.
The Retailer in any liua ol liuuiuess
sliould stand tor the interests ni' Ink customers, In the lung run. it is on them lie must
depend. It in because wo know tlml we
must satisfy you that the Kodak line is the
ono Bold exclusively in our photographic
department.
No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak
is absolutely up to ditto in construction,
{Kodaks always loud) Alal.cs !).) s I1, pictures,   Price, $17,60.
All of tho now R Is from ihe Kodak
factory are tn tic found in our Block,
The Beattie-Murphy Co.,
LIMITED
The Prescription Druggists
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
Cranbrook, - - British Columbia
Glasses
thai suited your eyes two
years ago may not stiil
them to-day. It ie essential that yon have your
eyes examined once in two
years nt least. If you require no change in Icnbcb
we will itH yon ho frankly;
if you need ohange you
would want to know it.
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jowt lory t\ml Opticians
('. l\ It. Watch laipecton
| Can We Be Of Service To You? |
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Wo don't suppose (hero is (i house in this city
but, has occasion to patronize a jewelry store.
This store likes to he of service to as many
pouplo as possible. We are pleased to quote
prices to those who are only looking around, or
wo will explain what is iu favor for presents,
or give any other information within the knowledge of the jewelry man.
| W. H. WILSON
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New  potatoes at Waul anil Harris
M.  Klcislnii.il). tlie jeweler, was   in
lown Sunday.
K. D. Stlnson was ilown Irom Kim
berlcy Tuesday,
All  kinds nf  fresh traits ni Little
and   Atchison's,
Mayor Until spcnl a day nr two ol
tlie   week   down at  Lcthbrldgc
\. r   Blaine was   out lo Wycllffo
Tuesday.
Cantaloupes'   apricott,   plums nnd
cherries at Ward and Harris.
There  will bc a Boclol  dance     .it
Ilie   Auditorium litis evening
N    Hanson   wns over from    Wa■■•
Tuesdaj
Ohnlee peaches, illums, sprlfl
cantaloupes at Little nml  Vtd
II  II  Dtmock   was in los
Mui Ie Tuesdaj
i:   tt   Woods wns    up from Penile
llir   lust ..i Ihe week
rti    rolls, tanglefoot and Wilson'
IU pads at Ward and  Harris
I Ihis    I'iiM'ti .llul     Wife   I-   '
lnl   Virion:!
Mrs   i'     \   FooJ<. id Moyli   I   in
town foi a few da) i
Choice ripe tomatoes nnd phi
Little  inn!   Vtchlson's
.lodge Ryan ii   home from hli trip
in  Calgary mid Winnipeg
rite Mhi.i.l   lawn   hai been levelled
nml   seeded,   great I)   Impri
nppMrenee ol    the grounds
nni iii- i ream parloi   «in
.ill     il.it   M timi,  tin
1.iiili* and  Vtehlson
bridge in    enter    sunn* uf tin- mat a
thon racing conlcsls today
Second hand piano in good comli-
liuii, fur sale. Price very low —
The Kink Mercantile Co.
Popham'a and Mollsen's chocolates;
always    fresh nl   Little ami    \tehl-
siiii's.
.lohn Sullivan, manager of the En
Leila mine un Tracy creek, was in
town yesterday.
I l.ut ajian pineapples, * fresh apt i-
cots, peaches, plums and cherries.—
Campbell and Manning.
Second-haad piano fn good condition, for sale. Prlco very low.—
The Fink Mercantile Co.
D    V   Mott, agent    lor the    Foi i
mten platIng i sta!
Mshing  ..     garage In Cranbrook
: i rdci - loi    pr<
hei: les    and   rospberrii s at  Fink' ■
I'm.   F I lih'i-i ■ i
Born "ti Tuesdaj. June 21st, to
\\     and Mi Mi rapodl, .
ter.
Have   you bought   youi  tickets loi
ncert, in .ud ol the
bnard   id   Iro ;>,    nn   Tucmlaj evening, .lune 37th, at the  Vudltorium?
I i^ iit-  and    Vtehlson.'hendquarters
f.u   Ita'clwood ire cream     and 11.
.lu I Double .Icrse-j Buttermilk.
w ■   ■     r»ne ol Ihc prop.
t',1     Mm If hn werj.   wns
da;
li.im\ Ramble's new residence al
the Sullh in mine w i'l soon he readj
in    ... aipj i he i'l.e terers    nml
pafntei m     at wort nn it
Tin- Cranl ti band   «ill give    an
■ ■ nl 'in1 band
■   .  Stindaj .ii'in
noon al  turn  >■'■ lot •
Davis Broi   have secured Ihi i
    (l.nt   I'm I     lli'.l.illii.f   ,ili   ilnllii    h.til
The    P.p.fl  is spending flllj ih ng system In Cranbrook
s.uid  dollsn 'ins u.it nn IMi llm  j ■-
hei   limits un Hull iiirr llitii  .laekson    was     here   from
  : Movie   si nul. it mid attended the Cm
WlgenNi famous    strawbcrrle     tori pus   Christ I services al  the st   Rn
preserving    and (able  use at FlmY     em Ml sloi
Pure Kitmt Grocery —-
■ . j   N.u     Dnrllni,    nne  nl tin*     heal
Aiilur  Rlwell    ha* -.iin  it. i..iii   known  men  nn    Ihe mad, was    In
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nn the Inee of ll Hint If tout I in
nnlmnl well, ilmi nntuinl will trel
1-tiiT and diiMtiT fur imi. This
nitpllc* in Inn mi-hum irfll nn entile,
nnd "i>in Im vim' fred fnr lliem vuii
i.hi.nll li.iv tln'l.i-t    We top
STANDARD FEED AND FLOUR
ul iv-itv- kind. Ir if nil nllke in
tminl uf iiiir.ll It kenuis it Is lbs
in'-i nbtnlnnlito. We try in win
nml k-i-|iVMtii*intnni!i«i*liV(jlvtiiit
full iiiIih* fur -urv didlnr yotl
■|iend null tin.
OUR IfF0 IS STANDARD CRADE
The Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
OltANHKOOK - B.C.
Cranbrook this week, representing
New   Westminster cigar (Inn
New California apricots, plums am
peaches  at     Kink's Pure Foot! Clroc
13, W, Nlt'lioff, representing the
Oliver typewriter, wns in town Tuesday conferring with ('. K. Ward, the
local agent.
(I. P, Jostad, rami* down from
the Sullivan tliis week, and has
gone east in Minneapolis for n
trip,
Geo. L, Pedlar, editor f.i tho K.r
nie Free Press, passed through Cranbrook its!i'itin} un Iu's way lo
Creston,
We lend in prices for Stniwhor-
rioB now the preserving season is
hen*. East Kootenay Produce iV
Provision UotiBe,
Call and see our Cresti n si raw
berries. They are the heal wc
have sera this season.—Little and
Atchison.
II. Linnell and family left lasi
Friday for, England mid will be
away until October. Mr, Linnell is
baggage clerk at the C.P.R, station.
Walker's, Freemone and Smith
grape Juice nnd Ucd Cross fruit
syrups ol all flavors.
One Nev.- Canadian Swcnson's
Stumping: Machine, with com pie t>:
outfit ready tor work. For sale at
a bargain.— Cranbrook, Tradgin
Company.
r  11. Holmes, plant superintendent
fur  the    Kootenay Telephone Lines,
Limited, has ,i gang  m   men repairing the  line between   Cranhro I
Kingsgate.
Help ih. publicity fund of the
Cranbrock boanl ol trade lit seeing
that you and youi friends attend Hie
Cononalion concert hi the Vuditot
iiiiti   Tuesday, June 27th
lie not f< rgel to reserve Tucstlnj
evening, June 27th, for the Coronation concert company's concerl at
iln* Auditorium undei the nusplci s i \
the  board ol trade.
Large Hawian plaeauples Much
superior to the othei varieties foi
preserving Fresh today nl Fink -
Pure Food Grocery.
Gnmcr Jones and P, 11 Holmes,
nf the Kooienaj Ti lephonc Lines,
Limited, were up to Moj I the Hi •'
of tbc week Inspecting the central
oflicc ai ihal place
V, Desaulnler, mine hosl of the
Central hotel, Moyle, was transact
ing  huslncfts In lown last Saturdnj
I. \ Rtreeter has gone to Fernie
in meet Mt Dragon in a len round
boxing contest tonight
Len. your    ordeih for   preserving
si I aw be I ins       Ui*    will have the pick
id  tin-   Creston crop.—Campbell ami
Man '.
The water in tbo rivers and
streams in South Kant Kootennj
has been falling during ihe pnsl
lew dais and un further damage is
anticipated,
Dr, J, 11. Rivers and wife are here
ft ma Lelhbrldge and are stopping
at the homo Of Mr. and Mrs K. ,\
lllll. Dr. Rivers was recently appointed wartlen ni the jail nl Loth'
bridge.
Watermeli lis and cantaloupes fresh
every liny at Fink's Pure Fond Clroe
cry.
Tin* Coronation Concerl company is
composed of talent iit which Cranbrook may he justly proud, The
concert starts al 8 p.m. Bharp on
Tuesday evening, June 27th, and the
proceeds will he devoted tn tlio pub
licity   funds nf the bnard nf trade.
The ham-hall hoys nre putting Up
a femv mound their hiiiimiIk west
if  the CP.lt. track,     In   thin   way
ENAME!   \:1
w;
KS£*KKi!^*ji.-:
Preserving Kettles
AN!)
Supplies
We have the goods
See Our Big Window
COOK YOUR PRESERVES ON
A "FLOBESCP   UTOMATIC
BLUE FLAME BiL STOVE.
PATMORE BROS.
"THE RANGE STORE"
thej   will    he able I
sion   to   the ground i,   mul the fence
will   soon   pnj for il ell
,\   club   will in- oi   ini/eil in t'raii-
rook
Tin- Peoples Flj Catehers, han-j
lliem up nnj place ■' an nml ■ mi
t a ry.—Campbell nml  I
Uov. Mr. Ti ivnseiid, nl Moyle, will
rccupj    lite    pulpil   ii'   Uie  Melbwli .1
church   here   next        indai   i
autl   will   pceacli   In re   each Sundaj
until   ihe regulai   pn lor arrives,
Mis    lieu    ||.   I
II. White, collect
here rrom Toron
Mrs, Harrlngl m
lliini' llun imam
■ti
,i 11'
■.Inn t visit
Hugh Brock, one  i I   he old    time
engineers      mt   lho i   ■<■.-.    v.a-. mar
lied   back  in     Ontai n on
lie   is expected  Imi
ivil'hin a few days
Live man or woman wanted loi
work al In me, payii . •.: 00 or ! I 00
per day   with tu    ad
me.        Span    lime   can lit
Work nol difficult     an I  requires   no
xperience.   Wins! m,  Limited, spa I
ma Ave . Toronto, Ont I
W II Wil on ai wife li u 1'uesdaj
tor   \ Ictoria, v here Mr   Wil
attend   ilif   M.i   : Ei     grand    lod| ■■
Thej    v ill be   ■ y until Jul;
Anothei i ol oi    ■ ■ nl     u .
from   the v  Qirl m
Moj ie   th! - wi'
The Women';; Institute is noldlng  a
pn nic lodaj on  Si
two mile ii ou   the  I
Steele   There '    l bc   porl    foi   ■
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\i  there.
In tho i     :"'     :■■•
Lake   a w fk        tv o a o tht
mcnl   was i ■ •:,■
Ross   mill    ' '•]'.-!; on
counl   ol   hlgl        : i A     lettei
from   Hi
loon   Lumbei     i   in] u
this stati i' ni orreet.
Nothing   ha   I ■       learned a
the   when
Hilton,   ■'' frt m
Wattsburg -        It is
thought   I
ol   tht   otl Kooti
Voung   (illto
yeai   nl ..
hoy.
The nniloi s that 1
tended    the Chamberlain'
Colic, i In I Itenn il)
has   ma le .
it • an alv
rale hj al
We   ai
en i;
rangetl v ih
i. 1,'s stippl]
en's   bei rl
Ibc   lines!  : ■    ■
mnkt • .i
lure        Wi
youi   rcquln In    F
contlle Co , Ltd
Tbe unman ol todi v who ! I
health,   good   temper,  good
bright oyc   and n lo' i K ci •
tile   rCSUll   Ol    ' i'l   !r. JT..     ,:
digestion, wli dmlration ol the
world.      U your  dlgi  lion I
Chamberlain's   Si unaeb
Tablets will rorreel 11      Foi     I
all dealers 15 tl
Dr    K  W   l'<  . wh i '
Dra    King ami   flrcen tor tli
vear  nr more, Intends lea h    Crn
brook   tho end ol ibis week toi \ an
couver,   when' ho   will practice    ' I
profession     lie i     n    '\u- ol i
nn   [Tastings nl n ■■' In Vancouver noi
far from  ti.e   Woods   hotel.     t*i"
Lees stands high   In    hi i profession,
and   Ins   mam    Cranbrook      frlonds
wilt wish hini the   bosl  nf link.
Summery and Cool Clothing and
Furnishings for Men and Boys
That's whal Everybody wants these hot days and here's where
you'll find them
Warm Weather Specials in Clothing
Blue Serge Suits
Grey Tweeds
2-Piecc Suits
.\l uie of Btron^ son icwible
Surjjo   ol    liylil    w.iulil.
1'. it..!   littillH : Is niul
wfll tail
Splendid Hnita  (or sum.
hut in u variety »f iiut-
frrns.   Tlii'Bf will pleune
lho most I'itrtieular.
Boys' and   Mi '
Just' tbe  tlii. .-   1 r  tin
warm weatliur. Mm    pal
terns
$15.00
$18.00 to $25.00
Prices up to $20.00
Underwear for Everybody
We carry a complete slock of all the popular kinds.
Stanfield's Light Wool   Beautiful quullty. finely
liililied I verj Biitiafuotorj  tor those wlio wear   *y pn C..1*
littiitK,  C'olorB : White, Natural, Brown and Black.   $2.00  bUlt   V
The Celebrated Poros Knit   Blue only ... $1-50   Sllit
Plciin  Balbriggan   Can't bo beaten for Value
Furnish i ng5
1 n
M nr/
Athletic Underwear   Xo
sii.
. short trousers.
$1.00 Suit
$1.5) Suit
NECKWEAR
A Special line of Wash Ties just in.   Scores of palte
HOSIERY
A ({real quantity of li^ht weight Lisle and Cast r,-.     20c. to 71.. t>ci pr.
MEEiRY BROS.
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Cnnbrook'a Dry Goods
and Clothing Stores
mmm*Wkt^ ■
Just nrrivt'd n Inrjji' nssortuu'iit
■I   1-.;, 's i '...■ ■ nlqs,    l*)asl  Koote-
tmy I'p lint i :. Provisii n Housi
The   Cn (1 col .■■   '
|ihi it   lodaj       'i he pro on n.--
at.'l     f   :•
quite evltloiil. En in   tin  tli iplaj      li
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Bl .. :      : ■■
keltk'K ami    .upplliis-, In I idiiij
'I Ion ">■"    Automatic   llli ■■ Klan r
OH   Slovi'  It   i ■■■
:>'ii coop!       * ■ ■ ■ ■ t Hlor   t'ome     in
youi carl]
It is   worse tli I
11;   lor must ulai
ronlc
■ r Cham-
f ■      ■        Koi    ile in :ili
dealers, :"• ll
il      : la ol Minneapolis,
1   bc ii .i ml will
an i I In the Presbj
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.   I'.H 3rd.     She v ttl |»c n I
ilenl      H    will
td the Ladles'
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is  a     |i i lonal   trii nd ol i \ Maj • i
. : ■ will   Ktaj     .it
le ll   '':■■   rook,
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when tl" ■
Chamber-
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A TRADE SECRET.
A paragraph Is going Uw rounds ol
the newspapers accrediting Senatoi
Bacon, ol Georgia, with a fii!"i.t (A
the peanut.
There i> n<i question that IDS
peanut i^ ■ nutritious anrt app»-twims.
and it is    aK't true that    if      jrou
at ont    tbc craving f"r a handful bi
tenso Tbi I lai I li well known to
the boys wlio -«*ll peanut;, on tbe
irain. Tint*- was iKice a boy *hu
failed to dispose ol any part <>f hit,
itock ol peanuts until a more experienced rendor taught him a trick
"Leflve one   peanut with f-ach pa-
enger," -ant the Disc eotmselloc to
tbe new boy. "The moment a mar.
eats one peanut he'll buy a hag "
And it's true     Try it yourself,
WATER N
I.   Mien    Bai
i Yahk   P.O.).   1 ' <   nolico
thai un the 12th   la]       .July, 1211,
at elelock    In tl 1 Intend
*■• apf'O •■:■'-
at t.:- office in I ; .i    li
cense to take si
of water  per era
Creek, in   tbe   Crai iVatei Dis
trict.     The   watei •  taken
from the fttrenn.
stream    from   S.   R', corner   ol I.tit
9101. Group Ont rict,
and is to be   used oi tilOl,
f.-r Irrigntit a
16-5t      (Signed
4 ->
I $5.75 for $5
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Kit-
Oct a
CASH COMMUTATION MEALTI
at the
: Cranbrook Gi
•si
And save monev
AUDITORIUM
THEATRE
UNDER   NEW   MANACflWrlT
COMPLETE CHANCE OF
PROGRAMME
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
AND FRIDAY
SPECIAL MATIIIEE SAIUUDAY.
CHILDREN 3C.
ADMISSION: 10 «NTS.
tiUEKAPD   ft   OERIEMER
MANACERS.
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YOU OUGHT TO HAVE AN AUTO., BECAUSE YOU
CAN AFFORD A "FORD."
D\f      NlfYTT   Agent for Southern ii,
.    V .   iflvJ I   I Cnnbroolc and Fetnh
********* THE   CHANRKOOK   HERALD
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulntot i never lulls. TheM
pills fiiu exceealnsly powertul m ii-KuliiiliiK the
Ki'iicrativf ii.iiikiii ,,| tlie female BYiteiii. Kef use
all die.tii iitiiuti.ms. Dr. ilu Vun'e aie sold nt
tftalii.x, m tliifL-1 .< flu. Mailc.li.MiiivniltlriPss.
The Hvobell Uniy Co,, lit. 'itllini lm*». '>.it
For sale nt Beatie, .Murphy  & Co.,
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Opposite c.l'.u. Station
THE     PLACE     TO      t»ET     A
QUICK MEAL AN1
0(101) MEAL,
ROOMS TO RENT.
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W. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Money to loiin on favorable terms.
t'KANHRIIflK.BRITISH  COLtlMBt,
Headquarters fur nil  kimls of
Ronuirs
Siitisfiictiiiii Guaranteed
JOE   MARAPODI
Tlio Shoo Specialist
Provenzano & Sacco
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     -     B. C.
P. 0. BOX 194 PHONt 244
It  yuo  want satisfaction with
your washing   send
it  to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sjiecinl prtcefl lor family work.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Kotima mill lintlia.   'I'lioneln
every room
Iiml,,-, sl„,|,on tl,., premises,
Thoroughly up t>. .lal,'.
Kales, $2 00 a day and up.
i.Kii. I*. WELLS, I'roprietor
It.  TOM KIN, Miuiuijer
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
tl'UIII ISIIKII   .,s*l AI.I.V1
Enahles tradeia tlirouiilioul the worlil
to cuiiiiuuniciiie direct with English
MAKItPACTUHKIIK   nml   I'KAI.KU.-
fn until elan ol u la    lleaidea being
s complete coinitien-ial guide lu l.on
■ton ami  iif Biiiiiirlie,  the  ilireeiury
colllnilia lim of
KXI'ORT   MERCHANT!.
willi  tli,< il la   lliiv ship, iiikI   tl,
Colonial  uml   foreign  Markets lliey
Mipply:
8TKAMHHIP   LINKS
arranged nniler iln- I'orte towlilcli tliey
anil,  iiii'l indicating llo. approximate
lailingB;
PltOVINOIW, MADE NOTICE*
of leading Maiiiilaoturers Merchants
etc.,In the principal provincial town*
an,I InilUBtrlal centre, of ihe United
Kingdom,
A copy ul 'hf current edition will t
(orwnideil, freight  paid, mi  receipt of
Postal Order lor 20a.
Ueatera seeking Igenciei inn adver
tiee Iheir trade >"|t,l* lor I'll... or largrt
sdvertlaemcnts Irom ties.
The London Directory Co., Ltd,
25 thihar.lt I ana. LiinJun. B.C.
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Butcher Co.
MEAT  MAKKET
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East Kootenay
Butcher Co.
The Old P. Wood's
Business.
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
pokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
[KUItOI'F.AN
A inodorn eqirtp|i*«l Cafeal moderate
prlcei
Rates 91.00 nail up per day
Cornei "I Howard Bt.antl Fronl Ave.
Our lnis meets ail tralai
The Coeur D'Alene Company
I-IM-Illt- hlRJ
J. C. Callahan, Mgr.
HOME HOSPITAL
Every care nml comfort
A home from home
Bpecinl attention in ciuea of
Maternity, Rheumatism
suit I'nsiimonia
Terms   moderate
MRS. E. ItliNT. Matron.
IIRS. KIMi & UREEN,
I'hysician.s and Surgeons.
title, at Hnldtace,  Atmstrosi A..
OmOB HOURS :
Koidiiwna 1.011 to HI lit)
Afternoons - - - 1.00 to 4.00
Evenings • - • - 7.80 to 8.80
Suudays - -
- 2 3D to   4.80
ORANUROOK   I     :i     II    It     ■.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
• to 12 a.m.
1 lo   8 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office in nc* Held Block
'KANIIROOK -       -        - B. C
BC.  LANO SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cfattbrook uml Fort Stcclu
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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*   J. G. CUMMINOS
IKKI1I4TI0N KMllNKIIk *
IlilMIMllN AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR
II,,, SIB
Cranbrook, B.C. t
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MININr.  ENGINEER
B.   C.  and  Sorvayor
CRANBROOK     -      B. C.
Ask for IJalcyN LITHIA WATEI
For family line there ia nothing
BO wholesome anil so pure a.
HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
SOLO AT ALL BARS
ITS BOTTLED AT THE SPIINiS
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DE VERE  HUNT
iNSUtAM'K ANh   IEKAI.  ESTATE
AGENT
v.ui Home street   (opposite  Depot)
W.  It    llrilty.  funtnl  lllrrclur
Cranbrouh ll. C.
DENTISTRY
Dr. II. E. Hall, D.D.S.
Crown nml llridu.u Work
u specially,
Phone Nu. 21K)     Arinstruno; Ave
Oranbrook, B.O.
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JCUANMOOklliKNII;
I     FARMERS' INSTITUTE
♦       President i T.b. Utu.
RaeraUryi B. Macdomald
Kur Intormittoti fir.itiitui* IhikIh (
iiml  •grleQltnre   ni'l'ly   io the t
^ Socieitiry, Ortnhroolii I*. 0.
Meeting -
Kvory leconil Wfilncinlny
THE BEST PLACE
TOJAT
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VICTORIA RESTAURANT
J. SAKAOUOHI, PHOP.
OPPOSITE DEPOT.
Columbia-Kootenay Valley
Descriptive Article by H. J. Clarke, Secretary,
Bureau of Provincial Information
EAIU- OHKY'S RUI*OaiUM,
lit; i'V
(,11 HI
trip
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ASSAYER
!■: W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER
wn CHEMIST.-Chargta: Gold,
■liver, copper nml l>.nl, SI rat*h;
gotil-Bllver,   11 Til); illfoHead, $1.80;
iiniii siher, willi rn-iprr or Icatl,
'i0, /inr, 12, stiver lrail-7lnr, |:i.
I'rftTs (nr Othef iiit-t.ils on appllra-
llon. IV 0 Roi 0 li, 1108, N.i
mm, II 0, i« tr
Earl Qroy, governor-general oi
Canada, visited tlie Columbia-Kootenay Valley in October, 11108, His
excellency was delighted with liis
trip, su mticli so that he hail a permanent camp built on Toby creek,
in which lie and members ol his family and household Bpenl a plenBanl
holiday during tlie summer ol 1900,
Karl tlioy was so Impressed by tho
scenery, the climate, and Uie soil ni
he    Okanagan and Ko otenay     ills*
ricts that he exprcsred his npprpcln*
linn in a long letter in llun. Mellaril Mellritle, premier ol llntish l*u
lumbia, In in wlileli iln- lollow
tracts are borrowcil.
"Hear Mr. Mellriih—I Imvc
returned tn Ottawa Irom my
In the west, and my first letlei
*if one of thanks tn you fi r Ihc
from your beautiful province nf one
nf the most delightful holidays I
have ever enjoyed since I first begun
tn enjoy holidays, nearly fifty years
ago.
"My first week in British Columbia
was spent in visiting various fruit
farms nt (irand Forks, Kesemcos,
Penlieton, Summerland, Kctowna,
Cloldstream, the valley between penlieton and the Id miliary, uml the
Koolcnays.
•■Whi'ieviT I wenl 1 lotllid the saint'
enthusiasm ami confidt*nce m ihe future of the fruit Industry. Willi
ihe necessary irrigation, transport a
sion, and labor    secured, every yard
nf   ili.it   country   tn   which   water rim
he led will lie under orchard. II
your fruit imlustsy is pre perl y push
cd ami cared for, your fruit valleys
will soon show a largo number nf
happy, prosperous, wealth-producing,
beautiful homes to the square mile
than will be found iu leu times a
larger area in auv other part id Can
nda.
" 1 have travelled much, bill I
have never seen any district ofTcting
in a greater degree a combination ni
splendid climate, beautiful scenery,
rich land, ami convenient situation.
"After a week's contemplation ol
tin* happy future awaiting your or
fhurd country, I decided in follcw
the advice nf Mr. Oliver, of Proctor,
n genuine lovet nf the mountains, tn
try the trail from Kootmay lake
in tin* Columbia river."
HOUGHING IT.
His lordship and party fniind tbe
irail so encumbered by fallen trees
tbat Ihey were obliged to abandon tin* pack-horses and proceed nu
foot, carrying their blankets and
"grab." After camping a night on
the trial, amidst beautiful surroundings, Ihey arrived at Barbour's
eamp, whence Mr. Barbour drove tbc
parly to hir ranch. Here wagons
were serum), which took them to
Windermere, from which point they
motored to Cranbrook. After des-
I ribing these adventures, Karl Grey
continues:
"1 understand the newspapers have
had sensal ional reports hi big head
lines of perils encountered by me iu
your snowy mountains. There is no
truth whatever in these statements.
I and the other members ol my
party enjoyed every minute of our
walk. We often stopped In admire
Ihe iM-.iuty if the snowy mountains
Thai was Ibe nuly hindrance offered
by the snow to our progress. The
road the whole way from Argenta tn
Windermere was a continuous and delightful surprise to me. I am convinced, that if Ihis route were made
accessible in tourists, and tin* steps
taken to advertise its attractions,
\tu would bring to this part ol
your province a steadily increasing
stream of visitors nnd settlers. 1
am already considering whether it
may not tie possible (or me to bring
l.ndy (trey and my daughters to a
camp at Toby creek next year There
is nullum- Hint I should enjoy mote
than to remain there three weeks nr
;i month
"If I am able to realize this
plan I shall hope lo receive you as a
gueal in my camp during tnv sl.iv
I believe you would agree with inr
tbnt the scenery between the sum-
mil and Windermere is as attractive
enn In- found in ativ pail . f tin*
Rockies, The two magnificent glaciers, seen ai close distance, from the
Summit of t he A rgetita-Wiiiderincre
trail, present, with the beautiful valley of Toby Creev, stretching away
into the purple distance of the Rockies, one of the most beautiful views
Ihat   I have ever seen.
"The cednr forests through which
the trail passes, from Argent., to the
summit, are in themselves well
worth seeing, nnd I sincerely hope it
may be possible lor your government
to save them from destruction.
ORAEDEB THAN YELLOWSTONE.
"I have been to the Yellowstone
park, and do nut hesitate to say
that the Idea to which I have referred is more
nnd attractive
•cfluctlons of iln- blue sky ami of tho
mountains in ihc pools and the
lakes, formed a series ol pictures
whicli, from an artists point nf view,
left nothing to ho desired, I was
Informed thai the coloring, though
varying each week, Is equally beautiful during every week of tho |ear Lite
trail is open. ii this is so, and I
can rendllj hpllovc it, you have here
an opportunity wbieh seldom falls lo
the lol of any Rovcriiuiont,
"I     understand my parly Is     the
fust' pleasure part) which has    made
use of the ArgenUi Windermere trail
I  nni (oiilideul   tlml   ii tills hail     i
-III'   A||lMl|.)t!.lti   s|||l!ll|.'t   ^IMIP'S   *"11
isis, it     will be made    use nt eacli
year by   an increasing number       ol
maile    known ami accessible to lour
ty,   ami   recreation, namely: artist
sportsmen,     botanists,    geologist
forest liners ami mountaineers,     1
secure Ihis, tin* flrsl   necessity would
appear  to  he       the taking of    the
necessary steps to   prevonI the trees
from being cut or burned,
A NATIONAL PARK.
"It would also be desirable lo
prohibit Ihc killing of all birds ami
any hut dangcrnus, destructive nni
inals-, such ns mountain lions nml
people in search of ust, health, beau-
ci inhine the purposes of
preserve as well ns ol a national
park. It would he an additional attraction if hear and herds of deer
could be seen along the park-like
bottoms and ou ihc hillsides, ami if
llu* bii.l lilV could ulso he increased.
Al my camp at Davis Cabin I saw-
two birds i f us pretty a plumage
as 1 have ever seen in any part of
the world, and of the existence ol
which I was formei ly unaware. I
believe they are camp scavengers,
and the friends ami companions nf
solitary prospectors. These and all
other birds, the rarity ol which is
Hie one disappointment of your beautiful British Columbia forests, should
he carefully preserved. 1 sincerely
hope you may be ublc to make litis
area into a national park.
"From this and oilier camps on
Toby creek fresh expeditions could bc
made every day for a long period.
1 am informed thai there is within
a day's journey from this eamp
an Immense glacial ice-fall, from
which huge blocks of ice, during the
summer months, go thundering down
over great precipices at frequent intervals all day. There are other
glaciers Innumerable, unsealed but
scalable peaks, wonderful canyons
hot springs, etc., which can be visit
ftl from these tamps.
'It Is estimated that tie lide o
tourist travel n Switzerland leaves
behind in its wake annually the huge
sum of two   hundred million dollars
It is in tie power of your people li
divert a large portion of this enrich
ing tide from Switzerland tn British
Columbia.
"(Signed)   Grey."
A RESIDENT'S DESCRIPTION.
•I. Oeorgo Adaml, M.A., M.D.,
Professor ul Pathology, McGill fni
silver-tips, so that ibis area mlghl
resilience on the shore of Lake
Windermere, is enthusiastic in des-
etiliing the valley.    He says:
li is, I confess, a matter of continued surprise to me that tli
great vole between tbc Rookies and
wr.sity, Montreal, who has a summer
known to Ihe travelling public. Wilh
each succeeding year an increasing
stream of travel crosses it, either al
Golden or at Cranbrook. Valleys
far more remote and fur less beautiful—in Mexico, in Peru, in tin*
Himalayas, autl even In China—at
tract a steadily augumcntiiig stream
id visitors. Hut nf the thousands
who are attracted to British Colum
bin, less than a score a year—1 do
not refer   io  timse on business* bent,
nr oil spoil— attest   llieil   jotlllieV      lo
asi nni or   descend   Ihis, tin- noblesl
valley     iu   tbo  whole broad Domln
ion.
"The
where
type
ntiic course of the Columbia
i ni   singular beauty, hut no-
is   Hit*  scenery    of a grander
than in the hundred miles and
i more     from the source of the Ippei
i Columbia lake northwards to Golden,
'ami   in ihe   valleys of the Irlbiitarj
streams here pouring into it,    morn
I particularly   Irom Ihe Selkhk range.
Tin-    Wonders    of one nf    these side
(leeks have hem pictured with sillgu
lar (elicit) bj His Excellency Karl
Grey in a letter to Ibe Hon. Mr.
McBride, That one who, t'lysses-
■ like, has travelled much and seen
! many men ami many things should he
surprised into the use of such glow
ing language is in itself very signill-
cant. It is more slgnificeiit when it
is recalled that Toby Creek is hut
one of Ilie ninny side valleys, and
that not  the finest.
tTo he continued).
There   Is one  medicino   that every
grand, more varied   family should   he provided with and
f especially during the summer months,
"During my trip the early October
coloring of Ihe upper trees, between
tlie glittering nf a recent snow ilurrv
on the lops, and the dark fusel st of
the deep lallevs below, the singular
clearness of the atmosphere, and   the dealers
vl/: Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea    Remedy,     u   is almost
certain In he needed.   11 costs     hut
a quarter, Can you afford lo be with-,
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Savings ftank Accounts. Deposits of ,1.00 and upwards lecoivcu uml
Interest allowed from date ol deposit.
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CltEOOENT  IjOlitlli No, Hit
KNIUHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
Meets every Tuesday st 8 p.m. st
Fraternity Hall.
.1. M. lioysc, CM'.
V. M. Christian, K. 11. & 3.
Visiting t.i t'll.i on cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY 01TY LODOE, No. 41
Meets every Monday
night at Now Fraternity    11.11.     So-
Journlng Oddfellows cordially Invited.
i:  il. I'tiimoiit IV. M  Harris
N. O. Seo'r
p, t'ninlirotili     l.odfte,
No. .11
AF.  A A.  II.
7vW5fV   ll|,R,lli"  incollngs on
t> ,,\^R,       tint   third   Thursday
of every month.
Vlstltng brethren welcomed.
A. 0. Sliankhiiiil, IV.M.
E, ff. Connolly, Secretary,
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second end   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Itebekahe  cordially Invited.
Mrs, W. F. Cameron, \. c.
Miss M. llirkeliliotliillil, See.
I'YTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
.Meets tn    Fraternity Hall First sad
Third Fridays.
T. Eraser, E. 0.
M, MacKinnon, M. It. and t\
Visiting sisters cordially invited.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, 8913
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday of each month at »
p.m. sharp.
Wm. Anderson, Chief Ranger.
L. Bent, Secretary.
Vtsltinc lirethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first and
third Thursday of each month st
S p.m. sharp.
Mrs.  Lulu  llayward,   Hec. See.
W.  11. MiFarlane, Chief Hanger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
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* STATED SERVICES
* Sunday morning service at 11
♦ o'clock
♦ Sunday    evening     service   at T
♦ 7.10 o'clock I
* Sunday      School   and    Ilible T
I Class at 3 o'clock T
J    Presbyterian     timid, Tuesday,
I        at 8 o'clock
SEASON 1911
ROBROY
(1801) 51171
PERCH0RON STALLION
Will Ktiinil at my rum-li ut
Wardner, l>. C,
livery Saturday, Sunday
and Monday
And nt  Mr. Seltad's, Hull
Ifiver District,
Every Wednesday and
Thursday
Tins liorso ie, troll linn!
nml built,willi tuts of iiower
nnd clean bone. Weigld
between HlOOttiaml ITOOOi.
.Mine., bred by season or
insure I'.nd al owner's risk:
lull every care will bo exorcise,]
5.
.  HARRISON
Proprietor        11 if
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320  ACRES
ST. MARYS PRAIRIE
$4,000.00
Half Cash.   Balance on time at 6 per
cent, interest
HOUSE BOAT
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IIAKKlt STREET
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Read the Herald, $2.00 a Year
"ISABEL" i|
LAKE WINDERMERE   ii
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y    Tho "Inbol"  Iin* boon*'
4 put in commission uml in tint! \
J uynl AllmliutT. - •
Convenient fur piirtHi'ii^-rs, ►
coming either by boat or auto-;»
mobtlo. • >
Motor lti'.iis.fiitiofr or riL*> ,,
arranged for on Ixmnl. •>
UPPER   COLUMBIA   TRANS-  ;
PORTATION COMPANY     ;;
V. f, ARMSTRONG, President, i THiK   UHANBHOOK   HERALD
IP.
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Thursday and Friday
JUNE 22nd  AND 23rd
For re-arranging  stock and
marking down prices for the
UNLOADING SALE
Doors open Saturday, 9 a.m.,
June 24th
♦
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Stock of
HIGH-GRADE SHOES
AND FURNISHINGS
-rices ever witnessed in the annals of merchandising.
:o raise money and reduce stock. Everything is brand
•The UNLOADING SALE, coming as it does at this time
Ives with high grade footwear at prices that will make
[OR FRIDAY, JUNE 22nd AND 23rd
Y 3 A.IL JUNE 24
fir until the 8th of July
"Hurry
Out"
Is the
Mighty Slogan
of this
Great Sale
Crowded with splendid money
saving opportunities
Thousands of dollars worth
of merchandise to be
"Hurried Out"
No Shams 1
No Disappointments!
Bargains 1
And nothing but bargains
for ALL
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EXTRA SPECIAL
It ho first ten men entering the
ore 5nturny at «>.>. in.. Imported
'cnch linlbriKKin Shirts and
rawers, regularly sold nt 65c. each
$1.25 a Suit, special price per
lirment ...      ■	
OM.Y TWO (.AltMKNTS TO A CUSTOMER
25c.
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You can rely with implicit confidence upon every    X
article purchased at this sale, as the proprietor values    ♦
A GOOD NAME :
above mere money, and will not stoop nor consent to *
use the questionable methods often resorted to by less ♦
scrupulous merchants. ♦
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of the Biggest Bargains ever known |
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in Boots and Shoes for Men, ♦
Women and Children. Men's Fur- ♦
nishings, Underwear, Hats, Cap?, j
Gloves, Sweaters, Shirts. Trousers. *
Neckwear, and Hosiery for Men, ♦
Women and Children. ♦
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Act Quickly !
Now   is the lime lo make your dollars ilu double tluti
Imt   let everything else wan as youi
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Voiir  most vlviil conception nt valm
II..-   |.i
t'lHIt'cssiiills   tn  In'   ll.nl   llu I
real
expecting much  nml you will nni be
bnrgatn least, enme .mil revel in the most   ostoi
ever  been   placet) within your easy   ream       C*oi
timing ot prudent buyers, who will
pnetty.    Come Saturday morning, at   ''am     Ore
of the importance ol Pye'i Great I •: at [i
Look
for the Big
Red Signs
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Quality the Paramount
Factor!
Tbe high character "f merchant!! ■
necessary to dwell at length upon th -     inject       	
an absolute guarantee lactl ......
square    deal   policy baa limit up an   enviable     •;
While om* prices  will be the very lowc •. you  will Itad '
in every Instance    Please remenibei   that we have i
merchandise u> sell, a** everything In the si
able      Any store ran sell trash
fcr  nt any price     It \"i wan* Un   best Foot
less   than inferior good, would
the  wonderful pootbtllUea roi real <
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Bargain Tables!
On  001 hit; Bargain Table'- y«u   will find  hundro
fVomcn'a and C-hlldren'i it-'--*- nnd Shot
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Hats, rapt and Men*s Pomishinn j i. ■:  ill kind
Actually  in- an Insult '<• the quallt]      ihi     >od       It I
we are alter, hut we art* determined   to cl	
disc In ordei to raise cash qulcltlj   and   arrj Wei
inn  ilie growth of '.ur buaines
u.-
rani your   Irnde  and
We   are hanking mi the future and have ureal   fat Hi 111 franbmoli
,u.«i assist in tlif good work, wc are  willing t". and vuli lose m<
many  lines in order t.i make you a - ustomtf ol ours
mc    Come and m_ the bargains as tbey  reall .ii>- and    you'll i  I
i«w» in purchasing  Hbcrallj.    Come  Rat irdaj at '■ am
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•A-V-^^^VIV^ THE   CRNBROOK   HERALD
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•!• f
.[. CORONATION DAY. •!•
.j. un account of Thursday, tlio *!•
.f. regular publication [lay of tlio •!•
.f. Herald,   fulliiis im n holiday, •!■
•!• tin' paper appears a day oarl)', •!•
•!■ 't'liis  being tho case somo ills- •]■
•J. trlct news   lias been unavold- .J*
.1. nbly crowded out, •!•
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Enforcing Game Law
James Hates, Rome warden, is liav
in,; Ins hanils full tlieso iluys In nis
efforts In protect tbe H'i«"' In Hie
illstrfel , ver which lie bus charge.
Last w*rs llnl.-H mis ilnwh tn t'res-
t,,n prosocutlng an liiillon lor killing
'.'i.iiis,' nni of season, Tin* prison-
,,. il,n,mli bis Interpreter, plenilcil
kiiIIij Tbr magistrate look tr,i..
eonstileratlon ibc Indian's age,
which is slxly nine, ami was Inellneil
i,, ileal lenlenllj wlin loi" He re
serveil iuilgmenl on eight dins and
said In' would lav Ibe •use before
Ihc attorney-general dame War
den Hulls is working "ii some "Hum
eases,   and will make conviction*,    il
C. R. Ward is Home
"A person who has nol been ovei
llir new Hues of Ihe Ornml Trunk
I'ncilic and the Canadian Northern
railway enn Bcareely grasp llu- sit
nation   ami rente Hie rnplil advance
 ni   thai   is   lieing    mnile,"   said
('has. It. Ward, manager nf ilu
('rnnhrook Agency eoin|inny, nftel
bis   nip   llirniigli    northern   Mherln
ami    Sa'skalrbl'Wali       "There are si'V
oral towns springing up, and a no
small few of tliein will he pel man
eni. All Indications polnl I" a
bumper crop on Ihc prnlrles, and of
course ibis will mean prosperity tor
iii,- settlers. Tin- railway eoinpnti
ii's aro biiiiRiuK in hundreds "i
prople and gelling lliitn settled "
TWO ISRAELITES
Two old gentlemen wilh long ban
and lienrd, elaiinitig ti lielnng lo a
seel known as "Israelites," held
i, lib   on    lb,- main street iu   dun
I k lasi evening     They say   ihey
aie known as "Thomas unit Henry,"
and expressed theli religion as Hint
, I "preparing people lor life-mil
death " Tliey did nut lake up a
mile, iiun, Iiiii sold small books Belling f"iih their doclrines Thej aie
nun, I'alifuinia, ami an- on llielr
way iu Michigan They Haul by
hleyele wherever lire mads aie favor
able
Nova Scotia Elections
iiiai' more Hi,- Liberal part) in
Nova Scotia has made a sweep nf
Hie province, and if tlie government
lire* Hn, nub lis full term, lire
part) will hold the recqnl f.o having
Hn- longest continuous lime in nfRce.
The Liberal party lias been iu office
[or I wenl, lim,- years without a
bleak in Nova Senlfa, and willi five
years added will beat nol Ihe re
curd made by lb,' Liberal party in
Ontario.
Tlie t'onservntivc parly in tlie gen
oral election tried   "• make reclpro
distinct provincial is- lzed along that particular lino. Ho
says that there is good money for
the strawberry grower providing
that lie will give his time and attention to tbe cultivation ami mai
ketiug ot the berries.—Creston He-
view.
c, .it 1.1 ra
niul the election was decided
largely on the reciprocity policy nf
Hie federal government, Being the
lirst Important election since the' reciprocity issue came prominently before Hie people, Ilie result is very
significant, uml upholds Ihe contra-
li, n of Hie government that the
people are with ibeni in their policy.
Tlie splendid victory of the three
Liberal candidate* in Halifax shows
Hull Ibe lilies are not opposed to
i lie reciprocity agreement, as claim
ed by tho opponents of Hie pact.
llalifav, moreover, is II. L. Botdon's
home ciiy. ami there bis influence
is supposed to be stringer than any
where else The result id the election indicates thai Mr llordeu was
wise not I" Identity himself loo
slroiigly willi tho provincial parly
during the election campaign. Altogether ihe result is very satisfactory
ibc advocates
bridge Herald
SELF HELP
The  world    ones' lui man a living,
but every   mull owes the world      an
honest effort to gel me     It Is hard
Hi    drum   Ibis   Into the    heads   of
people   who believe     lire)' ate       Hie
creditors instead ot the debtors     of
society, but 11    would   do Ihem, us
well ns   their     neighbors, a       vasl
amount of good if    they would allow
it to sunk in.
Nothing contributes  quite so much
the    Liberal   party and to  ,„ collective prosperity as Individual
ales ui    reciprocity.—Letlt-   industry       When   every   fellow feels
Hie sa will lor persistent personal
I effort on liis part as lie feels (or bis
.friend, community of Interest, becomes something more than mere
phraseology, This is an end toward
which society has to work to realize
its best ideals. It would help vitality il all of our philanthropists and
red riners would make the most, ol
Ibis principle. Indeed, they do a
poor work whenever they tail to. No
beneficence is worth while that does
not recognize the necessity ot help
ing others to help themselves.
-+-
Masonic Picnic
The members of flic Masonic fraternity "I Cranhrook, Movie and
Korl   Steele aie    holding a Corona-
li lay   picnic ul      Arthur Ward's
ranch, near Swansea, A train with
passenger coaches will leave here al
8.30 o'clock, and Ibe ear will lie set
ud at Jerome, near the tunnel, Motor boats from Movie will then take
the people up Ihe Movie river I"
Ward's ranch. Itelnrniiig, Hie ear
will lenve tor Cranhrook at four
o'olrck.
C. P. R. TOWNSITES
PRIZE FOR SPUDS
Tin- C
I'll,    will have three towu-
lies   ul
Ihc    market shortly.      A
ownslli
will   lie   laid out    ul  Wasa
ml   an
addition lo  the Korl Steele
ownslli
, both   on   the line     of   tile
I
Kootenay   Control,    and a townsilc
will   be laid onl    at Vahk Junction,
forty   miles wesl of    Cranhrook
Hie Crow line.
High
School Exam
inations
Ai the American Land ami Irrigation exposition to tie held ut Madison
Square Gardens, New York, November third to twelfth, It'll, there is a
une thousand dollar trophy offered
for the hest exhibit ut late potatoes,
The exhihit tines nol necessarily need
lo lieloitu to one Individual, hut may
he fxhihited hy a department (t agriculture, farmers' organization or by
it district. The main point is that
the one thousand dollar Stllwell trophy is to Im* given for the best exhihit of potatoes represented hy mar
m ketable quality, smooth appcaraacc,
Hush eyes and uniformity of size. The
yield of each variety per acre, which
aire must he officially surveyed, must
he sworn to hy the grower, and
attested hy two or more retintahle
witnesses.
It will readily appear to you, that
ihe winning of u trophy of this character will advertire your province
:il this great exhibition extensively.
We are confident that splendid potatoes    can   be grown in Western I'an-
The   high sclio. I entrance cxamina
lions ate in   progress Ihis week     at
Hit-   public sit l.      There are thir
tern candidates, twelve of whom are ada, and are very anxious that one,
from i.he Cranbrook school and one1 or all of the four western provhi
from Wycllffe. Miss Dick is acting ces shall take this matter up in
as   presiding   examiner, as exumina-
AMERICAN SMELTER ENTERS
CANADA
Tlie Aiiiciiiiiii Smelling anil liefin-
ing   company,    tin    ox Ira-pro vlnclnl
'ompaiiy, has boon authorized, according to a nt tlco in the U. U,
flazotic, to carry on Iwislness In the
province. The head office. Is in Jersey City, the trust headquarters, ami
the provincial office is in Victoria.
The lotal amount of the capital of
the company is ono hundred and fifteen million dollars, divided into
eleven   hiiii.li< il    tin.I    lilt v    Iliousiiiul
.hares ol a par value uf one hundred
dollars ea.li.
Hf——•
SALESMAN
WANTED ;
i
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Wo mill n  gnu
a. II 'Iilsb iirudi
llm ul \ui'.,'iv
Slink in I'.unl Kno
aniiviind Wial
a.   Block loini-
anient.   I.lhcinlri
mnila	
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YAKIMA VAtltV NURSERV CO.         i
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Wnafi,   \
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CEYLON
TEA
fmuwwvmkwmum
"H.M.H." . .$1.00 lb.
"5 O'Clock," . .60c"
"OU Country," . .50c. "
"Cpital Household," .40c. "
At Best Shops
We Are More Convinced
Than Ever
That The Fink Sewing machine is one of the best
on the market. This Beautiful machine exactly
same as illustration for
$30.00
being held at Creston ami
Pernio also this week, and Mr. Mc-
l.anrin,   the inspector, ran he be pre
sent
lime
in
each    plan- only   a   short
CRESTOH'S BERRY KING
Due   of the busiest    men at      this
particular      time of      the    year in
Ihe Csesloii district is Mr. O- 0.
Wigen, the strawberry king ol the
Kootenays, A person who has not
personally visited the Wigen ranch
cannot have the least conception ut
ihe complete equipment which exists
for growing, gathering and marketing
this luscious fruit. Mr. Wigen has
been on this ranch for nine years,
and has brought It up to a very
high stale of cultivation. Me has
iu all four aires of producing straw-
t berries.     Wr.     Wigen is indeed       u
I'l u
Issue, and insofar   as they   gtravberry    spcrialisl     wh<  has uc-
Kuccccdcd, have got llielr verdicl
though    tin- party    found out
mistake during   the
tried      lo .hop
\1     quired  his    present  knowledge
In
ile has made
Iheir   practical work
campaign     ami i grand     success   of   his     strawberry
Hit-   Issue,   Ihey   iamb simply because   he has special-
••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••
j PDBLIC MEETING
•
_ tinier tin- Auspices of tbo Cmubrook •
• a
0 District    Conservative    Association —
\ A. S. GOODEVE, M. P. I
Wilt Address tin- Electors ut lite Auditorium
I Friday Evening June 23 •
• .—   ■  •
: :
• Other Speakers will lie heunl,   Everybody invited. *
• •
* Dont forget the date-June 23 j
stematic uml careful manner, supplying a creditable exhibit so that,
if possible, you may win the handsome trophy referred to.
City of Cranbrook, B.C.
SEWER WORKS
Tbr Corporation of Uie lily nl
I'ranbriKik invite tenders tor tlie
supply  and delivery ot Ihe Inflowing.:
10,500 Iin. fret of vitrified tile
Sewer Pipe, Irom 18" to ti" diameter, also Y. Junctions.
12,1 I'ast Iron Manhole Covers, also
fati-hbasin  Covers ami Klap Valves
800 Barrels Portland Cement.
Specifications and all information
may be obtained at the offices of tlie
Consulting engineers, The .lohn Halt
Knginecriiig Co., 317 Portage Avenue,
Winnipeg.
Tenders should be in the hands
of the undersigned not later than
in o'clock imi Monday, 3rd July,
lllll.
The lowest or any tender may not
tn- accepted,
THOS. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk
Cranbrook, R.C. 18-11
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK    SOUTHERN IIIV1
SION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE tbat .lohn Irvine,
of Wasa, occupation Rancher, tnti-nds
to apply lor permission to purchase
the following dcscrihcd lands:
Commencing at a post planted
a),,,ut Ut chans cast of the southwest corner ol l.nt .'111 on north end
of island in the Knutcnay river
and Includes ihc whole ot the Island
iitiniit r, acres,
John Irvine.
C. Hungcrford Pi lien, Agent, Cranhrook,
Dated June 17th, lllll. 18-fll
WATER NOTICE
We, Fitch and Itattclwocd, of Movie, tic contractors, give notico that
on tbc sixth day ot July, IMI, nl
eleven o'clock in tlie fiirenooii, wc intend to apply In Hie Water Commissioner nt his office in Crnnlironk for
a license to take and use len cubic
feet of waler pet si'cnnil from
llrldgc Creek, a tributary of the
Moyie, River, in the Cranbrook Water District. Tito water Is to ... lie
taken from tlie stream about two
and a half miles nhnvo its mouth,
mil is In he  used on Timber Permit
il l.nt 15111 [or fliunlng lies ami logs.
lli-.1t
With full equipment and Bearing our guarantee
of Your Money Back if you are not satiif.'cd.
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Incorporated lutm
HEAD OPPICE     -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $6,200,000 Reserve $6,900,000
Total Assets, Over $95,000,000
II. 8. IIOI.T, President      E, 1.. PEASE, Geueisl Msi-spr
Account** nf Klrioa, Corporationsund Individual* solicited.
Oiit-nf lown biieinOBs receives evety attention.
SAVINGS DKPAHTMKNT- Deposits of $1.00 and un wards received
uml Interest allowed at current rate.   No formality or delay in
withdrawing.
A '"'iiertil thinking Business transacted.
# Cranbrook Branch: D. I). McLAWS, Manager
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**::*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦********** 4
It  a tlio Same Place
The Place that ie Popular
Good us tlio Host
Hotter Iiniii tho liist
i The Cosmopolitan
If you come once,
Vou will come again.
10. II. SMALL, P110PKIETOR
WATKR NOTICK.
We, George Welch and Joseph Jackson, ot Cranbrook, Itailway Conductors, give notice that on the
.'list day ol July, 1011, at eleven
o'clock In Ihe forenoon, we Intend to
apply to the Water Commissioner
at his office in Cranbrook for a license to take and use three cubic
feel of water per second from
Lewis Creek, a tributary ol the
Kootenay lliver, in the Cranbrook
Water District. The water Is to
lie taken from the stream nrar the
east line ol Lot 1200, llrotip One,
Kootenay District, and Is to he used
nn Lot (MM, said ftroup, for Irrigation pill poses
(leu  Welch and Joseph Jackson.
ih r,i*
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: CALGARY INDUSTRIAL
EXHIBITION
AI.BKRTA
1 JUNE 30th  TO  JULY  7th, 1911
$29,000.00 In Prizes and Purtei
l''ri'ii;lit |itiil on till exhibits originating In Allieita.
The dent Special .Valines evrr ccvn iu Catmdu west uf Toronto,
Including:
STROBEL'S AEROPLANE
BRENNAN'S MONO-RAIL CAR
MOVING PICTURES OF THE CORONATION
GRANJ) DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS
Millie by the lOftrcl Rifle Regimental Band and otlier High
Class Ki'iituieH
Pari Mutool Machines to he need for the drst time in Western Canada
at the Kxhiliition Luces
Kediieeit Paaaitnirer Kntea.
Kntiiea close June 15th.
SII Kit IFF |. 8, (t. VAN WART, Preildent.
COL. .IAS. WALKER,   I .„    „    .,    .
j..   j   ||i,'u'i,'Y \ \iee-Piealilenls.
11   1'ri/u List, ami otlier Information frcm
E. I.. RIOHARDSQN, Mananer,
11   Hint- Victoria Park,Ciliary.
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MORTGACE SALE
I'mter unit by virtue of tlie terms ami condition) contained
in it cortuiu Mortgage dated the 21ltlt day ot Mnreii,
A.11. l'.illl. executetl Iiy the lOnet Kootenay llevelopiueiit
Company, Liuiited. to Itoy Myers and James Myers and duly
registered, anil upon whicli there has been default iu payment, there will be sold Iiy
PUBLIC AUCTION
at the Royal Hotel, in tlie I'ity of Crunbrook, Province of
British Columbia, by F It. .Morris, auctioneer, on
THURSDAY, THE 29TH DAY OF JUNE
at 2 o'clock in tlie afternoon, the following lands t—
Being Sub-Divisions One, Two, Three, Four, Seven and
Eight in Lot Three Hundred and Forty-one (841), Sllb-
Divisious Three, Five unit Six of Lot Three Hundred nod
Forty (31U), and Lot Number Seven Thousand Three lltin-
drednud Twenty-six (711211). tlie whole containing Hue Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty (1780) ncres of loud—and nil
tlie said lands being in liroup f lue, Kootenay District,
The above consists of un excellent tract of adjoining
prairie hinds practically nil nf same lieing ready for cultivation.
The lauds'ore iu file fain,,us St. Mary's Volley and nre
situate within tun miles from the City of Craubrook.
Tlie property will he sold ell bloc or in separate parcels to
suit tlie purchasers.
Terms of Side: Ten per cent, deposit ul the lime of wile,
Ihe  liulniii'o  iu  Thirty days or ill   such  lime as  mny  lie
arranged,
Further particulars mid condition! of sale will he innde
known ul llle time uf sale and may Ih, had from the undersigned Solicitors.
Fuller particulars ns tn the nature nf lho hunts mny lie
obtained Iiy application personally or by letter, from the
undersigned.
Dated at Cruuhronk thin lilh iluy of June, 1!H I.
HARVEY, MiCABTEIt A MACDONALD1
Solicitors for the Mortgagees
F. It. MORRIS, Auctioneer.
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Kootenay Telephone Lines, Limited
SUBSCRIBERS ADDED
inr.
Iloskin, T  Residence
156
Stevens, 11  Residence
378
Tiffln, It. T Residence
370
Nihloek ami Barker  Store
317
stinson nml Carson  O.K. Livery Ham
SUBSCRIBERS CANCELLED.
311)
Staples, J. II  Residence
B03
Sainsliury, !■'. "   Itesidnue

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