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 THE GRAIN BROOK HERALD.
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• ISANItlHHHv.   IHIITlSIl   COLUMBIA,   I'tirUSIl.VY.  MAY   7.   IIM18
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Wrtaf COURSE WITH ONE COLf*
STICK AND "lb.) CANT PLAY
EVERY OCCASION WITH ONE
OUTFIT. You fEEL JO ftt/CH
MOI-t CONFIDENT WITH NICE
HEW CLOTHES
BUSTFR 6ROWN
THE SPRING RACES
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EVERY Suit in our Spring
and Summer Stock has
been chosen by us because 'of
some special merit in pattern
or design which it possesses.
We never buy our stock in
quant lies, but carefully pick the
cloth patterns and have the
clothing made according to our
instructions.
HAVE MORE
YOU ONLY
MONEY  1N-
IT \S NOT EXTRAVAGANCE To
THAN ONE .SUIT OF CL.OTHE.S.
NEED TO HAVE A LITHE MORE
VESTED IN THEM. ALL YOl/ NEED TO DO To
MAKE YOl/R WARDROBE MORE COMPLETE \3
TO GET AHEAD MST ONE SUIT or CLoTHEj,
AND WHAT A CoMroRT IT \6 To CHANGE
orTEN. WOULD NOT YOU LIKE To HAVE A
.SWELL .SUMMER .SUIT roR THE NICE WARM
WE HAVE THEM  TOR YOU.
WE RECOMMEND   THEM
DAYJ.
WE know you will see
them no place else it.
town. If you prefer
having your clothes made lo
measure, let us tell you how
you may have cloth designs
made up at a slightly higher
cost than the ready nude
clothing.
Gall and let us show you
some of the beautiful and exclusive Patterns and Designs.
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*-• '      ENGAGEMENT  RING
1   YUKON OPINION OF LAWSON
AT THE THEATRES
A I'HA NCI*: FOIt STOCK
I
W. H. WILSON.
Wi' ha v.' u nice ftssortuientjtist in frorti |
tin* innnufiictiirers. in   1 Ik. nnd   ink. .
BOttings.    Some witli lu-aiul now sloiiee '
whirl) luivn novor boon shown hoforo. ,
If yon linvo serious intouiions, let's fit
yon up with the King. !
Jeweler »nd
tiradimta Optician
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R^ich Cut Glass
Fur lii-aiitii'iil pat torus an.l exquisite cuttings
in UUT flljASS wo will be pleased to show
yon our stork.    Look it over, if yon wish to
make a pnreliase. nr if you simply wish to enjoy
seeing iiu luMiity.
W.  F.  TATE
^B -The  Jeweler"
Oihcial    Wfttolt
for  0, I
Impede
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'.tiers on my soul than lie Tom Law- j
*son with that Yukon poltl erime to
■answer for." said one of Hip leading
mining experts of thc Yukon in Dnw-
jsun recently.
J   "There is notion? to justify      the
enormous   capitalization of the com-
'panv.     A fair valuation      of       Hie
.company's asncis and earning poyrer
would not justify more than ton per
eent of the capitalisation."
I   These opinions are expressed by    a
.man who has   spent rears in        the
j Yukon and Alaska and knows whereof
he speaks.     He   says   the        South
Eastern A bulla, whieh i«:    the    nexl
on the program to he stuffed n(T upon |
the small Investing public will he   an
even greater crime   than   the Yukon '
gold proposition.
Tom t.awson is evidently living up I
to the threat he madp some months
ago that he would In future devote
hir time and energy to recouping himself from the losses which he had
incni red in fighting the system on l
behalf >if thr public, which may nnw
be properly damned for all he cues I
Wm. White, formerly superintend
ent of tlie St. Kugene mine, and uni
of   t.he    host at id     most  favoi ahtch
(Ht\ Saturday Sunset.) j   TJ    ,     u       '       *   ** m
would   rather     .ice my Maker .Hhrown     itB m%»    the Crannrook
thc burden of halt a dozen mitr-   wnnin   ,... MntHn»   ilnni* ts. Kuril*.
-M&   U%  'm*\&      Tto £RSB**K-Bj! '^ K'"'U":
■       j . i      .       .   l\.t .    i r*f.tiir*wv1        th «   uiwk      lr.nn   i
i least said almiit this company's entertainment tlm better, ft wus
! vulgar without being funny. One
|feature that struck everjliody
FOR BLOWING OFF A
FRIEND
in   in    other  wonls,  Im  lli.
i.llf-lillli'til 111 (-'lU'-ll., Htllll-J „|
fn lllfII class WINKS nr*
not unlv 'li'i-niMi*. Iml OT.i-li-
Iiill.
" WHITE SEAL" IS THE REST
A. L McDERMOT
Wholesale Wine Merchant
PHONE   17
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the cruelty of putting Utile 'children
of tender years, upon the stage and
letting them bawl their little
hearts out to their own misery and
ihat ot the audience. This show is
several degrees worse than (fawthony.
Tlie management of the opera house
refused to let the '"show" go rti
Saturday night.
TIIK SFW  IMPRltl U.  HANK
I'he Imperial Hank id Cauada has
,sked fot tenders for the erection ol
the new bank premises in Cranbrook. The new bank will he built
on the site ol the present InetH l-
tion, which wilt he loin down.
The materials ol which the building
will bo constructed are concrete,
marble and pressed brick Thi* design is distinctly itom.ui. all the
arches 0Vn[ the dootfl nnd wimlowv
Iieing true half eirclrs. Tlu-se v.
all be constructed ol marble. One
ol the features will be a large
marble tablet ou the Hanson
avenue side of the building engraved
wilh the name of the hank and the
date of its establishment. The outside appearniipc will tie very hand-1
some and massive. The Interior will '
he finished with maple flours und
quarter-town oak pantmllng. The
second Btovy will be either used as
otlleft, or us quarters for the hank's
stall. When flmsluH the Imperial
hank's branch in Cranhrook will be
one of the handsomest banking house*1:
Die Canadian weet.
returned this week Irom Spoknn
which place has been Ms headquarters for some months past while
looking after his mining business. In
a way Mr. White is here as a matter of accommodation to John Pali,
formerly of the St. Kugene staff at
Moyie, and who has evidently made a
bi-;*strike in Idaho hy securing a
Urge-interest in the Black Horse
property, 20 miles from Wallace, u
galena proposition that carries exceedingly high values. This property has lieen largely developed, over
,     . . .. .      tln,0tHi having been expended iu tbis
At the new opera hour* the mown* way and Mr WWte savs that tlll.
pictures have pleased large audiences shmvimr mftde is one 'of the very
this week. * The Hramcr s Daueh- ^st Hl"at he has seen in the Cueui
tei was the feature film. F. W. -j-Aleiie country. Mr. Daly Intended
Itceves rendered his song -Dearie ..mftg t0 Moyie and Cranbrook
tn lus usual creditable style and re- llimwU (or the pwpoM 0f giving bis
eeived an www at every pertor- m<mds an opportunity of purchasing
banco. "Mysterious Armour1 and fitock (n this property, as a limited
"Haekenbaehs Samohans were amo,ml js ,0 bp |oW t0 raisi.
splendid films. (unrts for tbtt purciiase o( machinery,
"~~~ but        as        he        was nol
At the Kdison theatre "The Foster- ahle to get away Mr.
Father Cabby," "Japanese Vaude- White consented to come Ior a coupU*
villa" and "The Daring Maid" made of weeks. The properties in the
a great hit, while F. Worthington's Coeur d'Alene are growing better
rendering of "Farewell My An- year hy year, and it is conceded b\
nabelle" brought repeated encores, those who have seen the Blackllorse
The voting competition is creating a that is is no longer a prospect but o
kd..d deal of enthusiasm. raiae.
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NEW BHINSWICK
Thc New Brunswick Tourist assoct.
ation sends out a well printed    and
ODDFELLOWS AT1ESTIUN
A  special    meeting
lodge. No. 42, will be
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attractive hookltt descriptive ol the Bf fe^kv ifteraoim
advantages ot New Brunswick as a H'effi fir the nun
tourist and sporting resort.     Copies f ° g*£*»•  M        ; -
'ffiffUffu*'" Annir E- ™ff>. st. |the lns1Uutioi of a' IwlK6 al     lba1
of    Kev
held at
May   10.
purpose of arrang
es     MEETING    MAY
11TM  AN' ASSt'lt-
Sl CCESS
sport ol kings" will be de-
moiist rated on the Cranhrook race
eouisto ou Monday anl Tuesday, Mav
1Mb and 19th. The tracK Is ready
and in the very best of shape, the
fences are all repaired and the
si.tilling accommodation is now
second to none in ihe province. The
Western Canadian circuit will embrace h-J da\s ol r..ciiig( commencing
ot, May 18th and lHth at Cranbiook and finishing hue in ibe (all,
All the farmers and ranchers oi the
district should du everything in
their power to booet the spiing meeting and make it a great success,
because that will inspire people
Hum ihe outside coming back again
in the tall, when the agricultural
exhibition will he held in connect tun
with the f,iii races. Everything In
connection with ibe races will nt
up tu date. A starling gate has
been secured and the official start-
.r    ol tl.e circuit   will   be here,
saddling paddock, weighing room and
all that goes to make up a first-
class race track, have been provided
h) tin- management. President \.
A. Kollms, Manning Director Rv.tn
,iu.l Secretary T. M. Robert*. haw-
ail been Indefatigable in their eftorts
to make the spring meeting n huge
success and they hnve met- with suo>
cess so far. May IMh and ltlth will
be. it is understood, civic holiday.'.,
so thai everybody in town will havo
the opportunity ol enjoying two good '
lays of racing. The tact ol Cranlirook being on the circuit assures
iltc presence of a huge number nl
burses, both trotting and bang tails.
Mayor Kink, while in Calgary
st   \uii, was told     by  hoi semen m
thai city that at least four or five
.uloads of horses, and possibly a
penal tram would come here Irom
Unit cilv anil the country adjacent
<> il.
Messrs. Benttte and Small were
smiicd ui Spokane that a large
umber ol Washington and Oregon
thoroughbreds find trotters would bo
here, so that there wilt be no
nek of material for g»M.xi racing.
The Canadian Pacific railway have
irratlged for a round trip ticket
it the rate ol a single (an
rom all points on their system, so
tlial    there    will be a large    attend
ice, not only from     the      district
self, but   from   the outside.
The hotels arc making every possible arrangement tu augment tbeit
sleeping    accommodation so as      to
ke   car.- of      the big crowds that
C .'.ure to be here.
The directors ot the Cranbrook
Park, Limited, wbu are the owners
of the race track, are considering the
itdvlsahillty ol erecting some bleach-
ers on the track, as it i* thought
that ttie grand stand will lie too
small,
Tenders f..r lbe refreshment
privileges are being called for this
week. ' In fact it seems that nothing has heen left undone that could be
.lone on the part of the management  tu make the races a success
The prices of admission to the
grounds have been tixed at fl.uu for
men, ROc for ladles .ind 25c tor
children under l:i years old.
All races will he conducted ur.dti
lhc rules of the American Trotting
and  Running association.
All entries for events takir.g place
m thc 18th must be in by 6 o'clock
on the afternoon of the 16th. and
entries for events billed for the lDtfc
must be in the secretary's hands
by fl o'clock on the evening ot tbe
1Mb.
The programme has been so ar-
ranged that horses of alt classes will
have an opportunity to compete lot
the various purses. Among the
trotting and pacing events the
:J.I7 pace or 2.12 trot lor a purse
ni $8&0, the 2.80 pace or trot (or
1350 purse, and the free-for-all lot
SlOli, will perhaps be the most
warmly contested. In the running
races the open one mile dash lot
5250 and the J mile open dash
be features ol the meet. Racing is
always popular in the west and
there is no reason why, with its
sp'endld track .md its beautiful sur-
roundings, that ('ranbrook should
not have one of the very best race
ui Western Canada
COUNCIL MEETING
The regular monthly council meeting took place in the council chamber yesterday evening. There were
present ilis Worship Mayor Fink
and Aldermen Ryan, Hunt and Henderson.
Alter the minutes df the previous meeting had btvu read and
adopted, a delegation from the Cranbrook Turf Association, consisting ol
R. E. Beattie V A Rollins ami Dr.
Hell waited on the council and
asked that 'he citj should Mp
ihe association financial!) in the
matter of the -.^I'.'-.s race ineetlut.
.Mr Beattie and Mi Rollins bote
xdnted out thut the Cranbrook
I'ark, Limited, allowed their grouAdt
io t*- used tree bj ...; local athletic
associations so thnt by giving a
donation the city would be iMpta*
a good thing along Mayor Fink as-
sukU the delegate that the mattei
would be carenillj conaldewd
The finance committee11 report was
read by Aiderman Hunt and the
isual monthly acoountt, amounting
to -U-.-i'.;.^ were ordered paid
The works committee reported that
l. Bookfaouse had been appointed
superintendent of streets at a salary
>l 180 per mouth-
(1. H. Tbompsun, the city solici-
ioi reported as to his viilt to Victoria and stated that he had arranged Witt the government to
pay D. J. Johnson tbe $2,30!} still
duo to him on ihe covernmeoi-
muntolpal building, and tbat he
axpectcd that a lease of tbe jail
or twenty-five years wouUI be granted to the city by the government.
The matter of a fire alarm whistiu
was discussed but laid over until the
aext meeting pending the arrival   of
rthcr information on tbe subject.
lhe Rev,  Robert  Hughes addressed
ie council on matters pertaining to
municipal re-tortn.
The matter ot a grant to the   race
■minittce was discussed but W.-
over until iV-e next meeting ot th*
uuncil. It was suggested that this
grant should take the (mm of rental
i tbe grounds for the athletic
clubs uf the city. James Ryan was
appointed a committee ol one to oon-
fer with the Cranbrook Park, Limited, as to this matter.
On the motion ot Aldermen Ryan
and Henderson bylaw No 4.r». bcrug
the temporary loan bylaw of 190s.
was finally passed and adopted-
Bylaw No* 48, being the ruad tax
bylaw, was iead the third time.
This bylaw provides that every
male resident of the city between the
age ot 21 and 60, unless paying the
city at least (3.50 in taxes shall
be put oa the road tax list and
shali pay the city a road tax ol
18.00 per annum This tax entitles
tbe person paying it to a Vote
on municipal affairs
The health bylaw, So. 51, was
heid over until U.e next meeting ol
the council, which will take place
next Wednesday evening      at 8 p.m.
Tbe council ad j-Mimed at 11 p.m.
meet in
Railway Equipment
New and KcluyiHK Kails, Shay Heard locomotive*.,
Ilcisler tlcared Lutomolivcs
I.OKKiiiK Cars and Trucks, Sawmill Machinery,
Sales and Vault Doors
Wrilim lor |.ri,,*e-i mill (.'■ilnlngm-.:
Gorman, Clancey & Grindley, Limited
NI.I.RON, 11. tl.
ft... IMh Ave. Went
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Read The HERALD
Till*: I'll wiuioni- CITY ItANn
l.n*,! Friday cvniiii*; llu* Cranlirook
lit)'    li.lliil  IVUVI- .Ml*       usual      fi(H'll
-iii   ciin'i-ri   niHsi.li- tlie Fin-      hull.
Tin- Imiid has nii|iri.i.il In a wonder
.lohn, N.B ,-^_^^^^^^
New Uriinswick tioasta t ro»g-
nilicint clinidlo, lifaiitilul swiery and
.In- finest trout and flying lishing on
(lie continent. Oood summer re-
sunn and many other lectures make
it k tourist reenr. and a sporttmau's
liarad.e*
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PIIOWNED AT MIC11IX
Michel, M.iy I -The l.mly ol Henry
Normande.vi, a well known Iramiei,
was tound yes.entay l.lnn wi
iliiwnward in ., pool ol watei ni-ai
.ln*.i,'l tiii-l', aliotit a mile wnl a half
Iiiiiii Mriliivriy. iimitable Larsli,
,,( Mirliel, was notliled at onee.
who. accoitipanird by the coroner, A
the institution ol a lodge .
point. A lull attendance is
ly requested.
r. E. Haines, SO.
Wm. Harris, Sec.
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MK'IIKI. Ml'lt»KHF.H (AI'fiHl
I'at Mullan, who killed Angolo (ii
lando at Michel on .Sep.i-ni.it r 1 il
ot last year, has been arrest... In
l.reat Falls, Montana, and Constabli
l.orsti went there yesterday U
lirlnn htm back to stand his trial
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LAST notici:
(ul iiiniiiiiT, uiiilt'i lhc leadership
Mi. Austin. On Friday evening the
H'lrfl ,111s were well cliosen and very
well it-nden-d. The march "Odkei
nl llie Day," lhe "Forest Park"
Walt-.es, nnd the inarch "Cheer Up"
weie parliciilarlv koo.1 anil the wav
In which these pieces were Interpret*
ed would hnve done credit tn a band
in a much larger place thnn
brook.
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ItcM ,1 Co. leave lor New     VW*si*
 „ r _ _, ...   __ __, ... minster   Immediately alter the _mli
.1. Murray, proceeded to the scene ol ol this month. All accounts nol
lhe accident, and alter carelul In* 'paid before that date wlll Im
'csti«a»lon  decided that Normandeau placed in our lawyers hands lor   cul*
f .had come to    his death by tuxideat.
TIIE I.A.'ltORRE CLUB
lection
HOUKNOLO GOODS FOR SALE
Mrs. W. T.
Last   Monday   evenins the lacrosse
club hurt       a     (cry   well   attended ....      ._,,-,,
inec-linii; in Mishton's hall.    It    was1   Solid   oak dinint-.   table, ,i2 inches
lound thai   a    first rate    last team  wiKe.    Can bo extended 9 leet
attended ihet residence the
lleid offers    lor
following:
'able,
ile at
NEW HOTEL AT MA11VSVI1.I.K
("ran- couiii ho gaihercd up locally. F
i I'a. ion, secretary pro tern, is corresponding with Kossland, Nelson, Fertile and Spokane, and it is eipecteil
I thai a good league will t» formed.
Another mcctihg will he held tomor-
tltc row night at 8.IW in M'-Ihoii's
The hall,    wheu    olllcers        wlll      he
11. I.. Sawyer hns completed
new lloyal hotel at Marysville.       _..,          _....
old Royal    was    burned down some elee.ed and all communications read.
time ago and Mr. Sawyer set       to I .
work, at onco to rebuild.     The hotel! vnn «,,, ■*•
is now ready to receive guents   and I "•'• '
I.s modern In everv rcs|iect ami uewlv —■"—
lurnished.    The Itoval hirtcl, Marvs-1   One Chntliam incubator, No. 8, and
ville,   under   the   management      ol two outdoor brooders, 100 chicks ca-
Mr. Sawyer, will surely be a    nice pacity each.      Address I. W. Shoop,
I place to atop.
Cranhrook.
Lining chain   ^^^^^^^^^^
Odd chairs.
Mahogany settee.
Parlor or library table.
Ilook case.
1 complete bedroom suite.
1 dresser and wash stand
3 iron beds.
Springs and mattresses.
2 cooking stoves in first-class order
Cherry hat rack.
Refrigerator.
I,awn mower.
Maple syrup and In.i1 In gem jars
Also a number ol other articles
floods can be taken away      about
A' TOMOIIII.lA
'I'll.-
ill! CI
,'k li
' Oct There," Dazell's big tour-
r. is again in commission after
iliy docked lor some days.
'. Bownett' c-ir "The Pr-wsor.,"
nl ij.i1 .* ncti-on diiriln; tne
ii is ni-w i,'.nlv- io run
I*'. II VanlHcnr's runabout 'The
Royal," has m-irte ., numtier ol trips
lately. All ,\c, llcnl run to Wasa
.nul hack was made this wees.
1. M Kn.si's lilt; aiit-untobile » ill
nol arrive f<.r n lew days owlny, lo
lhe loci I'mt -."ine repairs had to be
-cc'iri'il Iiniii Tnrnnto.
V,    Hyde   linker's   White Steamer
li*.-- arttveM and is a magnificent ear.
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CRANBROOK MCE MEETING
REFRESHMENT PRIVILEOE
Tenders loi the exclusive privilege
ul soiling refreshments on the
grounds ol the Cranlirook Park, Ltd.,
on May lBth and 19th will he te.
reived by the undersigned not later
than 1 p.m. Wednesday, the 1
inst.
Thus. M. Roberts,
Secretary.
Cranhrook, B.C., May 5. lmu.    7-U
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SCHOOL HAS FIRE ESCAPE
WELL CLEANED UP
Mayor Kink, Alderman Henderson
and (.'-hie. o. Police Dow made a tour
ol Inspection on Tnestiaj to see how
eaning up day. May 4th. bad beeo
observed. These gentlemen all es-
pressc-1 uitr.»*ei**--f as satisbed with
way in whicb most of the ci-U-
le-.i had' cleaned up their premises.
Mayor Kink said that tbe on
gone to the expense ol having tlie
rubbish carted away so as to make
Cranbrook a clean city and u wan
row up to the peopl'.* to keep it su.
Afiybody who latled is tbis respect
-aould ne vigorously dealt wilh re-
gt.rdl«s as to who they were
REAL ESTATE MOVING
Inquiries among the real estate
mm show* tbat a good deal ol real
estate Is changing hands. One ol
the biggest deals ol the week was
put through by tt.e Krosl investment company, when they sold 49»i
acres near Mayook belonging to Harris and Burton to O. W. Cooper, ol
Spokane. The consideration was is
the neighbor-hood ol Ill.Wiii. Mr.
Cooper proposes farming tbe land
and although he will probably reside
la Cranbrook his sons w.ll be on tbe
ranch
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BAND CONCERT
Tbe Cranbrook eity hand gave at
open air concert at their new band
stand next to the fire hall last evening. The band stand is a gleat
addition to the city, Is a very
convenient place tor tbe band to
render Its selections on summer eves.
mm, D. Johnson was tn chaige
of the erection of the band stand
and bas made a first-class lob ol
ti
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WATCH TIIE D1ST1II.
OH..1
Born—At Cra-nbrook
.908, to Mr and Mis
well, a daughter
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on   M.'i
Edward
CHANGE OF FIRM
On and after May Ith nn-'. tbs
business formerly conducted by J.
F. Huchcroft wlll be carried on under tbe firm name ot Hnchcroit St
Bowness.
A prompt settlement ol all accounts due t-he former manager is
greatly desired.
A discount ol 2 per cent oil face
value will be altowed on all accounts settled on or before the 10th
.nst.
Thanking my former patrons for
past favors and bespeaking tor the
new linn a fair trial.
1 remain, laittilully,
.1. F. Huchcroft.
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STOCK  FOR SALE
Ml* the 25th ot this month.
The new fire escapes at the school
huililing are finis-lied and In working
iitilcr so thnt in ease oi firs .he
children will  he in lit He or no dan- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ger.     This is as it     should be .anl I ,        .   ,. .
Slows    that the city council I   '    i-4™ ,or ■*'• ™wp*fcs
| the school trustees are looking   after seven young cattle^    Address
tlie interests ol the children and their
parents.
7-lt*
Mrs   Wise,
Mayook, B.C, IIIK   OltANKKOOK   11 Kit AMI
A Constant State of War.
1 u successfully , omii.i. the germs of disease and sickness, of
vvhidi liie atiiiosplifie is full, you need something more than
ordinary food. A daily cup of " BOVRIL" will give llie
extra strength and vilnlity to enable you to successfully resist
any attack.
Keep "BOVRIL" in the house.
aa*a umus tusuh iu
>   K   W1LIU, Pl.sU.it
ALEX. LAUD, U.i«i«J Maaat'i
*, U   lkKLAI.ll, *up«lUit«ua.nl .1
Irascbu
I saitsusutr, isei
Paid up Capital, $10000,000
Kest, - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, -  113,000,000
BraBcJ.es ttruufhuu. CaoiiU, wi Id Ibe Dulled States and Eni'laad
il UKNEHAt. RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
OOMMt.iu.l  ANO .AHM.Ntr e.eIN OISCOUNIIOI
Id
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
nep.is.ls »l $1 aud upwards received, aud Interest allowed s.
sssrr-.il. latss. The dep,i_i.„i* U aubiccl lu do delay whatever lu
the v.lih.Jraw.1 ot llis wliols ur sny |».rt..,u ul Ills deposit.
BEALE & ELWELL
AMI. SKI.LINli LAND ON
LULU ISLAND
Six Miles iro.n licncral I'osl (liiicc
Vancouver, B. C.
IUU' mile from KlcOric Railway, in Mocks nl 5, III ami
211 acres.
lhc Host tgrici.llnri.1 land in llrilii-h Culiinihin.   Clear oi
rinks ...nl slumps and ready for llie plow.   Terms easy.
CALL AND SEE THE PLANS AND PARTICULARS
BEALE   &   ELWELL,
CKANBROOK
H. C.
t t
l A. C.   Bowness!
:   I
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Wines.  Liquors and Cigars    2
We make a specialty of giving prompt
attention to Mail Orders
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ni embraced a griml many iliin*-., and a Hal woulil fill u
w.|ia|,,.r. So *n nimbly wain to iiupreai the faot that om
* li embraces all the lines needed in a home ami 1i-.11.1iU
ii.'-l in a Grocery,
GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY
, linvu all L-i'fl- delivered iimmii.lv.
onlera solli-lteil.
Tnliipli,
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you are. be sure and use
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The Home of Up-to-Date Tailoring j
In »[iriup( Naliirr iti'iii.s iinow iu field nui] foroBt.
Whn. iii,,ri- filling time In iliai-urd the sonilire dress nf
winter und army oneself in cloUios winch fittliiKly
r.-rtei-l llii. jny nf (if,, iuitiliion. under miiiny skies.
Vi.nr careful review of our spring e .Iiiiiii wlll minnes.
un iipproprln.e selection.
Leask C& Henderson I
Till'   l'l' Tn IHT!*: TAILORS ♦
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Dm TV MINISTEI tf iiUULUlE
nm
,.l     It    ANDERSON     ADDRESSED
1     FAHMEHS    AND VISITS THE
DISTRICT
Tin* visit paid to the district by
J. R, Anderson, deputy minister nf
Agriculture, on tine 28th and 2»th oi
List mouth has done immeasurable
good. Ah. Anderson is a gentleman
who Likes a deep interest in all that
pertains to the good ot the province
nnd especially, oi course, along the
lint's ni agriculture, horticulture am.
kiinlitr.l arts. Coming to the province in lM.\ Mr. Anderson has
wutchfed the wondcrtul development, of
thu natural resources of the country
along all lines, hut lias always* taken
particular interest in its development
agriculturally. Until 1891 agrtcul-
uiu w.is considered very much ol a
hide issue hy tbe government ol
Uritisli Columbia, hut at that date
Mt. .Anderson wus asked to take
charge ol this department, which he
lias doi.e evei since, and aHbougli
matters havo Improved, even today
;; .imn hiui worlh of agricultural and
horticultural produce is imported iuto
iin- province which should he raised
within its harden. "AgricuUim',
said Mi tmlcrson at one of ihe
meetings Itoltl While he was hi'ie
latil  weok, "Is Ha* prtuolpal [aolot in
j ii..      development    oi any   count) >
[Milling is ,t valuable asset aud ku is
liinn.'i. inn agriculture is permanent,
[goes mi Hum year u» yenr, from
generation lu generation and is      u
i sou mi ul wealth ior nil time."
| ai Un- two meetings ol the Farmers Institute, hrld last week, Mr.
Anderson gave    most Interesting am!
I Instructive talks and the only pity
is liu.i    mine   farmers and ranchers
Sdid uut avail themselves of the   ap
plet
if bearing him. Thc
minister, niter visiting two or
..t (lie orchards lirieabuuiii, lie-
I that he believed the country
capable ol growing excellent ap-
but lie warned eteryboay agttlust
tin> p rue I ice ot planting too manv
jviuicl-U'S. Mr. Anderson said: '-'Lei
[all iiuil grower's get togtMher uim
decide to grow one, or at most two,
'good varieties of apples' as by this
means a carload or more oi one
sou cull be got together and ship-
Ipctl, whereas if many different kindr
aie produced there is no hope foi
.tills.' lie .quoted the Hood river
I country in Oregon, where only two
I varieties are grown, and where alt the
[apples are bought ou the trees by
English buyers, the top price being
'paid. lie spoke at some length,
lbe mat ter oi pruning and i timing
the Iruit on the trees, and remarked
lli,.I among the greatest mistake,
made bj fruit growers, and especially young fruit growers, was not
pruning then trees severely enough
und letting too much fruit matur
on the trees.
j For tins district, Mr. Anderson
I recommended tiie lollowing varieties
oi apples: For keeping apples, Jonathan and Home Beauty and Duchess
oi (lliieuburg as a summer apple.
lie touched on the subject of ell
termulugy, as il applies to horticulture, and remarked that all growlers of fruit should study tbis brand:
lot the animal kingdom so.that they
lure able to know their friends from
|iheir toes and not kill tbose
sects which really do good. In
this connection he mentioned Uiat
[ihe ladybird was one of the most
{valuable of insects to the borticul
■ turlst, as it destroyed millions ol
'aphis and their eggs, and, he added
thai he never saw a country where
j these little beaties abounded more
these little beat ties abounded more
I recommended, very strangely, the
'cultivation of the Olivet cherry
I which, although belonging to the
j hardy varieties, was very sweet
and t-ould be used as a baud fruit as
well as for preserving, which is
quality M-ldom found in the haidy
varieties. He spoke also ou
subject ol air drainage, which
Mie told his hearers was a very important matter. He pointed out
[that orchards should be so si nut
|td ili.n a free circulation of aii
could be constantly maintained be
iween tbe trees and btauc-faes, and in
, i tiis cud ti't'ommenfled a syslem ol
!pruning which would be conducive i.
[keeping Hie trees open and un
'crowded,
j The matter of land ele-aring was
nlso spoken of and tbe meeting wai
told thai they could purchase
stumping powder Irom the provincial
government at $5.25 a box f. o. h.
[Nnimimo and that the t .Hit.
[would deliver tbe same in lots of
i.,min pounds or more at single
t.rsi ti.iss rates, while In smaller
quantities double first-class woiim lie
t'lmrged.
, Mr. Anderson had not been in Ihis
[purl of tiie country lor some years
.md was agreeably surprised ot the
advancement made along tbe Hues
of husbandry and he feels sure thai
this will Increase from year to yeaj
until I'lniibrook will heroine tlie
venter of n large and flourishing
farming district.
CHANGES IN THK CANADIAN
I    HANK OF COMMERCE
I i 'oucurreiilly with the -announce-
ment ol the appoint ment of Mr.
Walker, "f New Vork, as manager o(
the Cn nml I ah Hank of Commerce at
Moiiireai in succession to the lale
F, M MnHiC-.Vf.nn- comes the announcement Unit .lohn Atrd will, in
niidKIon to his duties as manager oi
the VTinnlpPu branch, assume the position fi "superintendent ot central
western branches, with Jurisdiction
entj branches sltimtcd     be
lli*
The
has \tmg
iinporlan
nm]   tin*
lakes and   tlie foothill:
(iiiadMii    Hank ol Commerce.
recognised   the    industrial
c ,.f   the prairie provinces,
move of appointing an
executive officer with power to act
in nierer.ee to mot/tors pertaining to
Iho west, is a further indication of
their confidence in this portion of
ibe Dominion.
i Mr. Aird's wide banking experience
and bis special training as manager
of the Winnipeg ofliee during tlie past
eight years, eminently fib him tor the
position. His intimate knowledge of
western affairs has long been recognized and his atinual estimate of the
western crop is ongerly looked tor by
the general public Mr. Airt will
have associated with him In his neff
duties J. P. Hell, Inspector of the
bnnk, and H. A. Itumsey will continue as the assistant manager of
the Winnipeg office.
MOVIE THE SUMMER RESORT
It is rumored tbat the Canadian
Pacific railway have in mind the establishment ol a summer hot*) at
Moyie. Tim CP.R. could not find
a spot la the length and breadth
of Canada which would make a
more   beautiful   or uni Due summer
••aiiiA44sm4>4S*4*s.i r??or5'    Moyte has an ideal   summer
•w-wv-v-wvwvvvvvvvvwmwvv climate and   her    wonderful     lakes
The brewery at Snndon was burned makes her one o< the most attractive
on the ,10th of April.     Loss, $15,(HIU.   spots    in      the mountains.     Should
the   CP.R.   decide    to build one ot
their handsome   tourist resorts     at
of Moyie they   would   be assured       of
Ku. ample patronage to warrant the   ex-
penso   involved,   for when   once     a
person   bas   visited tbe   Lucerne oi
East  Kootenay, in   summer,   future
visits are bound     to follow.     Boat
ing, fishing,     swimming      and      a
touch of mountain climbing, if     such
he the inclination, makes Moyie   the
ne   plus   ultra   of a summer resort.
The tbrougb line     from .Spokane ami
the south   will bring visitors       and
j tliere are any number ol people      tm
" "' tho prairies to    tho east who would
editor of the Qreen- hale with joy   thu establishment ol a
is visiting Ketciueos  uuv   s-ummei hotel at a point     like
 ^H -Moyie, where all the advantages-    de-
•  ninl tim prairie people in the     sum-
The r.l'.IE. has ordered two      new  WW can be     found.     Ry all    means
Empresses which will be larger   and moJic Moyie ttg gntt summer plea
heller lhan lhe present Pacilic liners
i ALL OVER
I THE PROVINCE!
Insurance, $6,Uuu,
Fred Stork, the first mayor
Fernie. is in business in Prince
pert.
Tho Socialists <
open an meetings
mer.
f Feruie will
•luring the
hold
Bum-
Kemie   is to have   an up-tada1o
brick yuni. It will he under       the
management of   Mr   Freek. td    Calgary,
R. T. Lower)',
Wood    I.edge,    w.
last-  week
A delegnlloii ol
lli.lSl
liuli.
R„   I.l   lltllltt.l   nil
.llll
aetii
tlivii liml   -.-nt--.
ft tn-en
beloi
WHIritl l.uiiiii'i'.
place  of   South
. t', .1.ili.hi*
I  *-
Eastern British
lay f
A OOOD COMPETITION
lt is staled iu Washington llial Hie
United Stales fleet will not visit
Victoria or Vnucouver, owing to lack
of lime.
The llernld has bad oucatrion I
speaft kindly of tbe Vancouver Saturday Sunset several times, because
i.s oue of the very best papers
Western Canada. On Monday last
the Herald received a "IsIt from Miss
Luella •!. Asselsunv, the circulation
Panicle Cudahy, the Chicago pork mauat,vr of the Sunset, who cxplaln-
packing millionaire, is In Vancouver. ,.*j the grout competition which tlio
It is said that Mi. CuMfthy will in- Sunset "is advertising. Twenty ol
vest in British Columhia real . es- British Columbia's young ladies are
late. lo have a trip to California or Mex-
  Ieo    at  the   Sunset's    expense, thc
Arrangements have heen   completed  madia operandi being as follows:
wherebv the scholars in the public •|-|irw voung ladies in each district
schools of ihe province will be (ur- in the province are selected and tbe
nislutt with free school books next no young ladies gettiug the mosl
term. votes get the trips.    Each vote must
—— be on tbe form printed in the Sunset
The Hurtalo mine at Silverton is  to amf   the   competition closes on July
be re-opened and worked. isth.    Tl.e three young ladies select-
  ed for tbe Cranbrook district are aiiss
James kellv and A. S. Hriggs were \ti Tannhauser, Miss Moran aud Miss
sentenced to six months imprisonment Qcorgle Small. Everybody should
each for attempting to pass confeder- take tbe Sunset   each week and see
ate bills.;
A tnn of gold-copper ore was shipped from Klaskino Sound, Vancouver
Island, to the Tacoma smelter and
Is said to have assayed $18,01)0 to the
ton.
that all three of the Cranbrook girls
get the trips.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
I    Notice is    hereby given    that oue
 . Bonth after    date   I intend to apply
club has been formed   In to   tbe   Superintendent of Provincial
Police for   a    renewal   of my Hotel
  License   to   sell  intoxicating liquors,
t smter the   provisions of the Statutes
In   that    behalf, in   the      premises
known    nod    described      as       tire
A public school bas been started at Central     Hotel,   situated at    Marys-
A hier	
Nelson.
No Rambling is to he allow*
Port  Essington this summer.
Prince Uupert.
Sam   Adler, an old timer in
Kootenays, diet! at Reno, Nevadi
the 18th.     He came to British
lumhia in 1858.
New Westminster has organized    a
25,000 club.
fille, H.    C,   to   comment* on   the
'    1st day of Jtilyi 1(108.
tht* Paul Haudlev,
, on     Marvsville,    B.    C,     April    37th
Co- 1WW. (Mt
LIQUOR LICENSE AtT
K   school of mines   will lie estab
Hshed in connection with the Uni ver
,v oi British Columhia.
A pulp mill and
works are going t<
New Westminster,
a pottery and tile
. he established at
it is said.
I Notice Is hereby giiTa that one
month after date I intend tn apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police for a renewal of my Hotel
License to sell intoxicating liquor .
inder the provisions ot the Statutes
in that, behalf. in Hie premise!
known    and    described      as       the
-   ...   «  Royal Hotel,   situated    at      Mafys
O. w. Tourney, who was awaiting Vlll'e  B.    C,   to   commence on   tbe
trial for   misappropriation of     funds js-( ^v 0f j(,)y   |$08.
broke    out of the   city lockup       at "'       f|. L- Sawyer,
Rossland last week and escaped across     -Muiysvllle     B.    C,     April    27tb,
the boundary. jsns. ' «-4t
No transportation will hn issued to
Prince Rupert for some time to-
come as there are over imiu men un-}
employed there.
Italph Smith, M.I*,, for Naiiaimo,
bus itilioduced a bill in the Dominion
bouse which provides for au eight
buni dav for telegraphers and des'
palcheis mi Canadian railways.
li.ttnlilmg
Vancouvers
will   be   stopped
Chinatown,
Between $1,000,000 and (2,000,0011
will be spent, ou New Wesi minster
h-.tihoi by the federal government.
LIQIOR LICENSE ACT
Notice is hereby given that out,
mouth after date I Intend to apply
to the Superintesulfnt uf Piovlnrial
Police for a renewal oi my Hotel
License lo sell intoskutiug liquors,
under tho provisions ot the Statutes
[fc that behult, in thr premises
known and describe! as the
Wurdner Hotel, situated at Wardner,
ill. C, to eommeace on tbe
1st dav of Julv, 1WII.
R   H-  Roliart.
Wardner,       ll.       C ,     April ilih
1M8. (Mt
The   I.eHoi       mine     at    Rossland
shipped 3,680 ozs. of
gold, -1,000 ozs. of
silver and 170,000 lbs. of copper during Mareh. $7,360 were spent mi
-wvelopment work.
FOR SALE
Tbe Elkhorn brewery al Oreenw
was destroyed by lire'last week.
Two thousand fr
from llie Sttites, were destroyed
order of the horticultural department
for Iieing Infected with disease.
The V. V. A' E. railway ts gradual.
ly getting nearer Hedley. The
steam shovel is about Ifi m les dis-
t nut.
920 acres of land-, very suit-able for
combined stock and IruK farm,   3uo
sews Is first-doss  bottom laud with
■'"' nwi    falling   stream    ot   exceliest
water.    Bonltriug on south side Is a
'line lake of about 300 acres, a   Urge
trees importer quantity ol open country, surrounding
°V 'suitable   for grazing stock.       Some
Improvements.      Cleur   title.      Enquire "0, S," Herald ofice.        4-13t
Forty-live years ago tbe lirst piano
arrived   In  the   Curlhoo country.
It was packed i»0fl   miles and    Hie
frej';hi cost    more    thun the piano.
Andrew Kelly is now taking it
bock to Victoria, where be will re*
Ide in Hie future.
Kaslo will celebrate Victoria Pay.
SvlviTio Paloz/i. who shot bis wife
^^ tor
was
,.nd rendered her nn invalid
life, at Rochester, New York,
arrested in nossland Inst week,
O, W Taylor, Dominion Fish
spec tor, is 'making a tour of
Kootenays.
T. ('. Iiennis,   of the department of
mines, Ottawa, is    touring the prov-
FROST INVESTMENT CO.
Deslrr* In
I'arni I.audi.
Cilfliill) '-.i-livH-il Imcls nl both wiI.l
-i.il ilu,ilovnl l.Bds ill i,ttii,,'U'.t
liiiii-i uul r*:.f I.HU3.
Pruit Ijiii«Im
H'e utr BelllM H« hmt Kv* mul
sets Irrlr-itti Uwls is ll. C,
Ku
______s  """"I
soil, love) luml, Uvulilul ncmei),
and e<kiiI kHutiun. Oii.u.l Uoot
iiriceu. Also lurgs tructn KUltiibln
lor sutidtvMlag Kmilf irrina.nl
full lot lint*.
Timber
Until lur-ni <inl small tracts.     Rnoel-
Pire lnsur.iiic«
NKW TRAIN JUNE MTH
' The local running between Medicine
Ha1 and Cranbrook goes on June II
mul will connect with tbs trans-
.uiitunental trains at tbs. Hat. -T-hti
time has   not ret been arraagsd
inrp  Im     thr    pnrposr   oi si-ciiriun lfat  timber, auil   ou    ifooil   UrivliiK
snniplps of coal    loi* itic ilepartmi-nl. utreams.    |{n»*k bottom price-..    Vou
-4 can afford to invent in these,
MHIHT HE A OOOD THING HI-1RI-:
In the State ol Montana everybody We are nm? lepri-Keutini** m.iue ol   the
who is a resident of thc    state    Is very best and strooKci-t Ore iiisununv
ma:lp lo pav n license  ol $1 if      he companies, ones that bave been tiie.1
or sho wishes to hunt or lish.   When and lound conllaKiation uroof.    Your
payini!    this license thc licensco    is home   and    business   should lie well
given a   copy of the    game nnd lish protected,
laws    ol the  state nnd must carry ■
Ihis,   toj-eUier    with   the cortiflcntc     We respectlully solicit your business
whenever out    hunting 01 lishinfi   so in any ol   tiie above Hues, and    are.
that    should   they he   met by   the in a position    to give you    tlie very
name and lish warden they can pro- hest    service and    lair    treatment.
•nt It.    Tto State ot Montana gets Every deal aa represented.    Pull list
over   t:_:i,o<IO    a year ou. ol this SI m property will lie furnished un    ap-
tai.     llritisli Columbia might     not plication.    1.1st   your property   with'
get as much but the province   would us tor Quick sales. 52-tt
&&& firA'^h tS. The Frost Investment Co.'
■Kit
Imperial Bank of Canada jl
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
RKST	
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4,925,000
|   Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits Irom date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
| Cranbrook Branch s J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. j
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A Rift in the Clouds
MiiiiviiiI.iiIvI.iv i* iniuliii'ii.ii i>. An A,, III.hi nm. SickneM
Pnll.y
It's Ih.- mnn  wlio thinks lu- can't nliortl n
polii y who can Icosl allord In do without one.
IV llll nul in* f fi
I ARNOLD &   ROBERTS |
♦ AtritU-iM.   Sit kiii-sf*,   nnil  Guam uleo Insdinntr 4
\   Cr«_vnbrook   Cafe    i
J FORMERLY KNOWN AS BLTS RESTAURANT *
',', O. M. BLAKE & V. ROORR.S, Proprietors
..     Mr. lliul,.- linn li.-ul .'iiilil.'.-i! yt-iir'ti oxporienco, nnil lias 1k**?h [
11 with tl.e (Iron! Northern  Ity. mil il tliin month,   It will ho tho
,, nliji'i't ul tin- now linn in kivii llm  prnpln of f'lnnlirook anil
'..lislii.'l Iln* vi-rv I'l-st  si-rvii Iiliiiiiiil.l,-.   Thi'-y wiil make a '.
;; spei-iiillj'of l!.\S'(.ri.TS AND l'.\KTII*:s.\T7-"ii.. A I'l.ATE
;; III li   M KUCHA \ IV  I.I'M'II
|| A  requlur tnble il'liolo ilinner. from  11 li.ni. lu 2 p.m., will Ix
i * eerveil to iteeoiutnoiliiln llu* liusiiiess men. $
. i-i.-
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The lit-*-. Is None Inn Oood lor Our  I'atrnns
CENTRAL HOTEL
.1. ricDEHniD, Prop'r
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THE rPITTSBURG  OF   CANADA
Tilt* I own of llillnvni   in sUitntt'il hHIiIii hw I Imn one mile ot Hie tnniii
-4    pjiiranee at Die Prank mine, wii bin Ihrffqiinrlerfl ot a mllo of tlie *Bellf view    •
4    luui-, ivitluii h.j,-',in..n.'i. i.f it mil- of tl.- Mit|.lu 1.-if mine, within tlirce-    #
T     .|(...rir-  ol nmileuflliH UiO'lit'.iim-n-h iiii.I Hiil.ii...,.«!..ill iitilf ill tin-Hill-     *
THE TOWNSITE WILL BE OPENED SHORTLY
\n l,.,n-i.(.-,.nl;; TEN rilOOHAXl) DOIil.AH-4 bun |u«i I n flnlsluil ami lhe
i-iriiiiiii-.. Iwiiift iii-'iili>-.t Tliem .in- tilifii.lt l.n.i -ii-u i.iikl.liiiK-*. in il..-
unvii flic IIH.LORKST MINK I WIU'LL avoMipM \mvmi •lA.Otiit ami
f! i ...M |„-1-iii*,ml, ivliilnlb" ..n.ilii.m'.I |i,..ii'..ll i.i il..- iiiiin>* hiuthiiii.Iii.i: if"-
town mil--- t.ii.ii.'ii!
JJH.m per Muntli, All From .Mines Wilhiii One Mile of Tm
4    PtIpmoI lot* will lii'itniioii I fboillv.   Hill.'t.iM .'onl him Iwn on Ilif mi.r-
k*t for two .vouch ttml Iiiim bv nil imIh proven o-»U tin' lilKliwtt arail* »U-«ni
mill In t'Hiui.lH,   li i.iiin-.i »i.ii"iisl.itii.liiui.-Kl.il-I.t i*K.-n In,1^i-
Purfprtln-r [inrllnilnra nppl,f lo a
| C  P.  HILL,   HILLCREST, ALTA. |
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ninl l'upi'iliiiiii;i*is   who  will   k°
piiper yon limy wish.    Don't wnit until tlie liiu uisli coiiieu.
Tlie nnly IteHpoimililo I'uiiit
uml I'uper Hhop in llie Oily.
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We have just purchased the Power
Sawing Outfit of Mr. Dcikin and
will continue his business and be
better able than ever to give the
public   prompt    service   in supplying
All Kinds of Firewood, Slabs,
Fence Posts and Rails
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The Wood Merchants
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Cranbrook,   II. C.
OUST, ANDEEN, Proprietor
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lloim foi   thr  politic  uiioiiitillrd   In  Omnlirmih.
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KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Ihii  lln-cn  Pints   Jr.5,1
l.'pi.il  to .liiinncss'.   The finest liovorugo on the  inniU-t
for fiiinily nnd tiil.1t- use.   Imparls vigor mid
liealtli. and tones up llie Imily ■_.,-,n*r.-illy
JAMES KERRIGAN
l.rew.-r, Cr.'inhrniik.   II, 0
Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER
WHY HONT   YOU no it sciw?
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ways—
> don't yuu tlo it now?
i.n hopo i<> win    tbo whole \
praise—
Why don t  ymi <lo it now'-
•ii ve always    read in proso
rhyme
"The present i.s i he golden ti
If you nre over going to climb,
Why don't you tto il now?
in short,   no  matter     what
pi Aimed,
Why don't you do it now?
If yi.ii liavo work rlghl at your
■JVhy don't you do it now?
Sueri^Bflful men   are never late;
Vouii   fiiii if you procrastinate;
II you have ww-inl Lo conquer fate,
hand
mure manly thought that they must
fewer and more dlfllault than thej
il.. for themselves. There Is no
reason to suppose that the clran-
nels ti> competence and wealth are
were years ngo.
A sinf_.ii' iiitier    word ui.i> disquiet
an entire family for a wh.de day; one
I surly glance cast a glaoni ovei    iho
(household;     while a smile, like       ..
81 gleam of sunshine, may light up   Uio
durkesl  arid     weariest  hours.     Lite
unexpected  (lowers which, spring    up
'along .-in     pathway lull ol freshness,
fragrance and beauty, so   kind words
and     gentle acts and   sweet dispositions,     make glad    the   sacred spot :
called home.    So ma iter .how humble
I ihe abode, if it be swoetoni-d     wlthi
°. kindness   .md smiles, Uio heart    will
[turn lovingly toward ii from all   the
iiinuits of ilif w..rld, ajtiri home, if   it
!»• ovei so homely, will be the tlear-
esi   spot beneath the circuit ol    the
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afford il or not, to tioast of thi
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to have everv slang term on hit
tongue's end, to gossip with his
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in attract all the attention to   him .['"flood
NOTES UF NOTED MEN
thomas noon
Nexl Suutay is tho anniversary ol
ihe death of Thomas Hood, the English poet and humorist which toOH
place in 184A, Born in London In
1788, Hood showed literary laleitt ut
,1 very early age and during a re
.sidt-nti- in Dundee, when only lfi oi
it: years ul age, contributed regularly lo the iiinvspapoiB of thai city.
In IStfl he became sub-edtlur ol the
London Mugn&lne, which post he retained until 1821. llis first vol.uue
"Whims and Oddities" appeared in
182(1, followed hy "National Talcs."
1 io 1880 he conducted
Annual.'      Among
whie
Hood died
-THAT WITH .IAMKS OllONIN
self Hint ho possibly can, to folk I Hood's best known works arc;
like a loafer and a fop instead of a "Tho Dream of Kugene Aram,"
quiet, sensible man, to call his which was Immortalized hy its dram-
father "the old man" and his ati/alion hy Sir Henry Irving, "l,yl-
mother "lhe old woman," to think ney Hall," "Up the Rhine," and
illy of everv woman he sees, and to'"Humphrey Clinker." Some of his
speak ill other everv chance he gels, contributions to Hunch have become
io turn up his nose'at    those quiet, elnssics, such as "The Song oi      lhe
soher,   industrious   young men    who Shirt, I'he Bridge of Sighs"   nnd
do not train in his crowd, to treat "The Lay of a Laborer." Hood i,-,
his sisier without any sort of re- unrivaled among Kngllsh humorous
gnrd, lo treat her like an ill-bred writers, as a punster and lie had n
loafer instead of like a gentleman.      singular (acuity of combining      I hi
Ilere is vour picture, fast      voting humorous   with   tlie pathetic
man Hue to life!     Look at   it!-How has seldom heen equaled.
do you tike it?       What have    these "» 1845-
characteristics made    of you?   What  ♦	
has the future in store for you? Unless you change your course most
liidiealiy—Ruin. ■Mi     , MM
.,. [   Rossland Miner: .lames t ronin, fur-
There is manv a young man proud llll'rl> 'nn'mger of the mines of the
of his mother, who Would strike Into ! Consolidated company, was m ttie
the dust anv man who would insult «'"> "" luwrfay, having just return-
her, vet who, hv his own evil doings wl from a business visit to Alberta,
and bad habits,' is sharpening a dag- and lett on Wednesday for his home
Iter to plunge through ih.it mother's "J kppkano. Mr. Cronin expressed
'lit-nt't, i himself a.s well   pleased with       the
'manner in which the Rossland minis
were turning out in the lower levels
and suiil they were doing well for
What should children be taught to'mines that three years ago were
believe iu order that when they grow, thought hy some to he practically
up they may find that later exper- worked oul. There is any quantity
fence does not alter what they learnt of ore in Red Mountain yet, he said,
when younger? We must teach them imt those who arc hunting lor it
that, beyond what they feel nnd musl not he afraid to drive for it,
see and touch, there' is something although the distance sometimes is
bettor and greater which they can considerable before it is found,
neither feci nor  see. nor touch, unsrl- Rossland, ho declared, is all       right
THK  TEACHING OF CHILDREN
ihuess, g ving up their inclination:*—
these are the best things in the
world. It is true lhat Goodness ami
kindness have no faces that we can
kiss: no hands that we can clasp; hut
these are certainly there, iu the
midst of our work nnd our play.
And this goodness and kindness
which, except in outward acts, we
cannot sit. is something which existed heforc we were horn. It is from
this that wo have all the pleasant
things of this world, the (lowers,  the
.-hi ne. Ihe moon light—all these
given   us by somo great kindness
1 goodness   which we' have     never
will continue    to yield a lar
tonnage for many years to come.
Asked what he was doing, he replied lie was developing ,i group of
claims in the Bnhilie range of mountains, about -'lob miles from Hie
mast, in a promising I.»>king section
on the north side of the liulkley valley. The mines in which Col.* !•'. i{.
Topping and associates ..ro Intoi'-SKted
are on the south side of the Hulkh.y
valley   in the      head wai ers  of thO
Telkwa river. The ledges in the
group which Mr, Cronin is developing
arc sliver-lead, and the surface nidi-
f a promising character,
ill.    And this goutiness   and The development has not been    car-
love   are   that great  power      from rled on to a sufficient extent to   de-
v hoin all things come. [tcrminc whether they  are ul a   pcr-
-   ■" [mnnent    character   such as  can he
Well assorted marriages are essen- made into paying mines. The aitr-
u.il to K>"«od homes. This is nature's face indications are sufficiently r?>od,
ii-.w in {he case. To violate It is however, to warrant the cxpimdltutp
r.. bring swift punishment on the of a fairly large sun :-! u^erniine
head1,   of the violators, as   well    aa iheir value.
to bring a   curse on posterity.    The  ♦	
husband and wife who are not suited
to eaoh other lead   cal and dn^ lives.; HIS NKW ,IOB
Tl.vir   children   are unwelcome    andi ■
.row up witho.it care. The home) Vancouver. April 39.—W. A. Onlli-
Rtmosphcte is not suited to the |ier, M.P., who has notified liis con-
iicilthv strowth ot virtue and refino* gtltuetits in Kootenav that be will
ment. Wbal is the result? A fam-Jnol be n candidate at the next elec-
Hy oi ill n.ituicd, nuarrolsomo, un-
refined children. They marry and
,,iir\ to iheir homes the same atmosphere and rear other families like
into lhe ones in which thej were
raised     The wonder is that      there
greeable   and cultured
jople
Tho
lhe world   us tliere ;ire.
"II informed woman may.
generally be known, not so much by
wh.it she lells you, ns bv what
the docs nol tell you, for she is tho
I,
Hon, has heeti offered the position of
western solicitor and legislative agent
for the G.T.P., with headquarters at
Vancouver. It is stated that he
will accept. Mr. Galliher will draw
tin,imn a vear for 10 years.
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THEV KNOW IT IN WRST KOOTKNAY
Itossland     Miner:
Mows for   the     first
When the bugle
at Cran-
it to take pleasure in mere gossip, hl,n)(k on May 18(h( u will inflMB„.
rate the best race meeling iu the
history of Soutll Hast Kootenay.
Manv owners ol crack horses which
have raced in California, Washington,
Montana, Idaho, Allierta and Saskat-
hewan, have entered in the races on
the Cranbrook track. The meeting
will last two days, Mav 18th      and
mth.
i mnko vulgar allusion to the ap-
lieaiancc, dress or personal habits of
tier Iriends and neighbors.
MOT Till-:    BOYS   MAKE   THEMSELVES
There aro just ns many future millionaires   blacking hoots ami   selling
papers   today   as   there ever   were.
Kvery generation ol successful men
I1
1 with tho idea Hut eil-hri
had exceptional abilities or excep
11 on a i chances, the like of which the
world "ill iievti know again. Uut
ihe world goes on, wealthy men die
.onl mure men of equal or greutci
wealth succeed them.
Then* never yet was a period lu
flic world's history when pluck,
energy and industry, couplet! with
luisiue-ss sense, could not climb thu
rugged strep which leads to fortune.
hoys and men must work always
ml wait often If they would win in
'tlio fierce race for.wealth." Mm
working or waitibg they will win il
thev seize their opportunities when
hesc idler ami ability to profit hy
ihem when they ore seized. What
ve insisi on in this question of
'What Shall Wts Ilo With the Boys?"
iw Mint they shall tie given a simple
Kflglish education and then let them
do for themselves. Give them the
oyster-knife and let them seek the
oyster of fortune and opCu 11. li
they can't do this tho chances are
Hiv to one thnt they would not have
sufficient "git-up and'git" to take
ad vantage' of fortune even If
brought to them on a half-shell.
.lust now there Is altogether too
mueh solicitude on the part of
parents as to what they will do
with their boys, which leaves tlie
impression   on   Hie minds    of    Uio
PICK'S SON DOES WELL
'lbe manv fiiends ol Coal Mine lu
speetot hick, of Naiiaini.., will he
pleased to leain that his sou has jusl
graduated wilh great honors Irom
McGill university in the department
of science. Ho has taken the Dawson Fellowship which is tbe highest
honor lhat can be won in that department of the university work
and he has done this hy hard work
and supported at the vime time by
ibe reward of his own efforts
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(Division
IV.,
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loss
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Teacher)
Average al.cntlunce . . 18 '..'■
1'crla.t -itlc-i-Jlalifc: Humid L'olp
iiiuii, Clortlo lli'uiil, Arthur Bowness
Holt Heard, Minn I'aison, Olndyi
llirhiiiliiiiliiiiii. Alix. I.ichson, iiiuiii
Higglns, Mcllord Unrson, liollu John
Mo
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(Division V., .Miss ll.ill,   IVnrlii'i)
Nuiiilu-i*   iu attendance ...     Hi
Average   attendance  10.15
l'erlect attendance: Mary Barn-
linrdl, Gladys Johnson, ICdwin
llrmvn, l)iiii*f|iis McCowan, Dorothy
Mnckiiy, Herbert Stuart, Olive.
Brown, Harry Corbett, Lottie Mnorc
Valerie DeGrace, Sidney Mnrgatroyfl
Fred Dumont, Helen McKlnstry
Niiiiuitii l*-ii\vl,'i, ll.iiiisi'inil Darks,
(Division VI., Miss Ki.isi'i, 'Tcnchci )
Niinilu'r in attendance ....    Tl
Average attendance  53.311
l'erlect attendance: Bradford Cur-
son, Violet Dumont, Dan Latntdie,
Ktlu-1 li.r.1,  iliiiilini   'Taylor, -losopli
Ih-Ui
Tnyloi
liii.-iii   Aulierlo
uml ...in Boss.
ABOUT   Sill Wll.l-'l.ll!
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Wil*
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Tin- Victoria Colonist says i
little iireiiiiitiiii- In talk nl Si
nlil Laurier as a "has-been,1
Iniiii Macdonald wus scvenly-Mx nl
tin- linn.' nf liis death. Ami with
Lord Stratlieona projecting all-red-
lines ut i-iglity-i'i^lii, Sir Macken/lc
Huivi'll ui eighty-live discussing ijiics-
is nl tho iluy wilh luui- uml    ag
gn'ssivilu-ss,    Solllllor Sint I   liiiiilliiui;
t    the   iiiuii nl f g iiii     Uu* shell
I ee'.ilv-ihriT. and Sii Charles Tup
|u-i- ul eighty-seven slill witli ns. llie
iiIim ul waning inlluoncc, attached hj
ii|i|iiisiii,iu l-i-i11res to Sii Wiln i
l.uuiii'i* is jusl ildii'iiliuis. II ii, not
In,, much lu say that Sit Wilfrid's
place in tin; hearts ul Ike Canadian
pi-iipln Is Increasing in luiportanci
ry day.
ESTHAY HOItSh
Left my premises about four
weeks ago, a lour year old bay mare,
branded on left shoulder with marK
like inverted pbl hook. Suitable it-
Ward will be paid fur return of
animal ot Information as to whereabouts.
K. -.'. Smith,
Wyeliiie.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
day's after date 1 intend to apply to
the Hon.the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works for a special license
to cut and carry away timber from
the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Henry F, Landeck's southeast corner, ' plantod at thc northeast cornel
Of Timber Limit 021*1, thence norlh
70 chains, to thc northwest corner
of Timber Limit 6213, thence west ifl
cliaiiis to the southwest comer ol
Timber Limit 0185, thence south Id
chains to the southeast corner
Timber Limit 6215, thence west SO
chaius, tlience south .'to chains, thence
east 120 chains to point of commencement.
Henry F. Lanileek, Locator,
K.W. Butts, Agent
Dated at Gateway, U.C, N'ovembet
Sftth. 1907.
Permission lo re-adverllsc received. R-fit
KAST
KOOTENAV
KAILWAY
LOGGING
NOTICK      OF       MEETING
SHAREHOLDERS
Takc'notice that the first meeting
of thu shareholders of the Kast Koo-
teiuiy. Logging Railway Compan
a ill be held at thc office of the Company al Cranbrook, British Columbia, on Monday, the 1Mb day of May,
1908, at the hour of ten o'clock In
tlie forenoon, for the election ol Directors, ami thu transaction oi othei
businein connected with or incident
to the undertaking
Dated   at Cranhrook, M. C.     this
Iftth day of April, I90K.
Archibald Leitch,
W. F. Gurd,
|-'5t ' Provisional Directors.
From all others.   -   (Jnex:eIIed i i pu     .    .   igth and flavor.
Sold by kod-.r.^ grocers from 50c lb.       	
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T Be sure und attend the
big tmm\m      tion
♦ AT CALGARY, JUNE 29 LV 9
t and stoji ul tbe
I   QUEEN'S HOTEL
♦ H.  L. STEPHEN      Proprietor
♦ The Best of Service, lhe Best of Rooms
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I'll*-   li *f.   *.f   .   i-r,,|,-l,'|i,r
.'..r Seymour nnd Conlo
UiiiiosUC. I' Ft. M.m,
Mancodver, B. C.
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1 Canadian Hotel I
{S One of the pioneer notel *        ran-
fij brook.   Warm roonas, meals
21 and a bar stocked Svith the best
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1 Joseph Brault, Proprietor 1
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBET! .v In    Pi
CKANBROOK
Tliia In the hotel that they talk .
w hoare " they " ?
The people.
Why di'* they" talk ?
Un accoonf o( the good meals, the coi : •, the eicel-
lent service;'and the conlial.courte      tre ■  wlio all, Kata
meal nt the Wentworth and you became a ft'i iter.   Try it.
MmmwmmmM^r~ -■ .   ; gBaMll
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
.'. &I. VanWoraier, Proprietor.
Hanson  AVi*: - - - crtANBROOK
ll'irscs, stoves, ii* w ami Bccnnil
liiiinl liiiniture, stoves, tinware,
crockery, glassware, anything ai, I
everything Irom a ninie elephant lo
a wiiiiu mouse,
You'll lie surprise*-! Inrrt  lar   your
dollar will stretch a. nui i.'   Coma
Mill   aaze   upon ua   .uni      stoek,
t   wiil save   vou   money a  *
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('. P, It. IMPItOt IIMEXTS
The C.l'.lt. slulii.n is IwinR rc-
piMn.oil insi.jp ami nut with two
roals ol paint under lhe direction ol
chiel nl the bridge and Iniildins de-
partmenl, Itnlicrt Slnrl.iir. The depot will present a very handsome
appearance when   lliis Is finished.
Ilin TIME   AT f'OUT STEELE
Fori Sleele will colehrnta Dnminion
Huv, .luly 1st. When Port Steele
"turns loose" Ior a Koud time (hern
Ih no plnco in the province where
better time can lie had. There will
be loot racing    and horse racing and
DON'T READ THIS
The French Pry ('leaning process
enables us to clean mens pants, suits
anil neckties, ladlw suits and skirts
In such a way that tiny positively
look as good as new.
We are experienced dyers and cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
lend anything down east pr up west
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
omoBj. LBASK. Tailor
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* Handley Livery and
:     Feed Stables
*    THE UK  I   18 SOME TOO
J    OOOD  I OB   . BISHHOOK
X «1. I SDEWOB TO FURNISH
» llll   IH>T
:l.i;',-. Rilling  llurscs  nnd
Pnch   llur-es Inr any
part  il lhc
l)i-trict
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms with Baths,   'Pri
.-■.vtv loom
opontliepreml
l.*lilv up l...Ii'lf
Rales, $2 00 a day and up.
liKo. p. iv HI .I.s, Proprte.'hi
11   TOMKIX. Manager
-n   vol'
BAXTER   & I.AMilN
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t CRANBROOK-FERNIE   '
♦ FARMERS' INSTITUTE
♦ I**.*':,*,      r.S.Giu
r    Kecrel iry: Gsosgs ..-.hworth
t I'm Information reganling lawle
X i-ifI   agiiciilt'ure   apply   to the
I * Secretary, Cranbrook,... 0.
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I young gentlemen ol the period lhat all kinds ol sports. There will be a
something has got tn be done lor large contingent „. funbrook people
them,   Instead   ot    encouraging the'over to toe old town on July 1st.
W. It. Ilwitly. V ml Pil-rttor
Grubmk a fl, i'i".'" ii"
A W N I NGS
All Styles and Colors.   Made on
Short Notico
A.'ORENIKR, Maker
ArmitronH Ave., Oranbrook
Cranbrook
Livery  *jf>
T'.iii-. oti.l drtyera fnrnlshed fo, any
11,i.i 1,1 Hie dlatrlct
A.-DOVI.B. Man«|«r THE   ORANBROOK   HERALD
#•1..... A VKAIS
TIIK   CAI'Kll   UIAT   IS   IIKAD   BY   TIIK   l'KOI'1-K
MAY 7,   WON
•Til A \ MltOOK HERA I.l) InoveUst
year.
ii, il,. Herald   Puhlishlng I'ompaa,   '
I .Imited
- ->.__._:,«'.. ■■ '
who visiteii that placo last
The puragi Apbel on the
llaiiv Mail seems to In- about as
well informed in Canadian Iny-ol-lhe-
Ilatid as is Kipling in respect t"
Canadian aspiration .mil aohteve
jiiiiiit.
j    i'he Kaslo Kootenainn lias w
'bid nml nicker, having Installed     a
jitiniuiline typesetting machine.      The
Kootenoion is always im-ln
|bm'*> and     the   addition oi      now
machinery   shows thai ii   is getting
ai   least part of tlie patronage      i1
deserves,
JOHN- NOBLE DEAD
.l.'lni Noble, one ol the first con-
iltirlois to tun a train on the t'rows
l-'.esi Pass railway, died at the
si Eugene hospital last Tuesday, the
Ol lute Mt, Noble hud
■Mil
i-nt HernW H *onh »ld » rest- If ,-*1;'.- ",*'<" ■*
u, .is only I!. No nun in Sonlii Soo-Spokane '
,,,.i Kootenaj can atord to I*with- evi-iy rrsldrat
„, i ii, aad everyone living outetde of More tins ,-,,i
...» district, who is Interested In the will nave lo
ilOgress ol this section, ubmild read lii.uni exchang.
II "
li publUun the «.*» while ii is
news it is controlled absolutely hy
it. publishers. No ulii|uc, party "|
individual dlctules ils powy. u
d.m'i uy to please the i*o|il«. its
dciire i» io p-ubli.sk » newspaper that
will he a ctedit to the community.
Send in your subscription ami you
Kill lie inaiikliil «>ei  alteiwaid
AdverllRliig rates Jl I'" '""' I"-'
moltl-li, uu mote anil no less.
Heading ui.Uer IS vents |.rr line
to non-advertisers; HI cents per line
K legulai advertisers.
II vnu desire lo reach the people "'
S'-iniii Easi Kootenay ymi must advertise in Tbe Herald.
I he llcrnld lus a Ural-class loll
plant, mid iis work is ol llu- l.*'*-'*
the Ileu.1.1 don'l wanl charity. It
»«.i,is a wpi.ire deal on your Job
wink. If we can't sull yuu In qual-
IIv and price, kick, and send your
woik to some Cheap'.lohu house In
lite easi thai uevei Spends a e.*ni in
C'lauliraok.
JP5£JP^222^2^5JE2!^E-!^^L
•iiii be ■■..ninl nn iif
ain is llie  wish       "I
1 Easi Kort limy, bin
in* done,   Cranbrook
be   made an  ililein.i-
oihvi*.     At the i	
time   Nelson   ii lhc uul; ollice
kind .nul that, "i course, does
not servo ibe Spokane route,
senl
ol thi
MORK   IHAN
5,630 * Month
ilillil ion ol Hie  lieu, I.l
l'l
iilvfli'lissi
Milmnrip
nn estiva
tion h-i'
Hon hy
lime.
the (Urald gives ■* dollar
in Value loi u <tolUi in mon
ey. Tha advertiser has the
right to know what he it
receiving iui tun money.
Tli* IIhiiiI.I i* tme p»p«i
tlml- court* Inveittltlgalion,
During it"* month ol
ii_u.nU will be visited
brrs of the Minnesota
AftsoohiMon. An inv
lie Bent ihem to stop
brook.
.IlllV
h\  IT
V\
itulion
.fi in
UU'lll-
tpapors
CIKCUI.ATION STATEMENT
I. V. ii. Simpson, manager of Dip
'.'ranhTook Herald, do hereby sUte
that the pressman a bonks show, nnil
thit 1 have every reason to believe
that U.c eircnl.ition of the Herald for
the pnst seven months has been
SU.TtiO copies, divided a-, follows:
.lulv  4.tun
August  4,830
September  4,tSr.
"otober  :, »7f,
November   1 52Q
December  ...5,825
January    6,G<i5
Issue ol  February    b  1,163
issue of February 13  1,163
Issue of February 20  1,165
Issue of February 3? 1,225-
Kebruary  4,720
Issue of March   5 1,170
issue of March 13 1,170
issue of March 18 1,800
l*uie M Mareh 3fi 1,170
XatCfe   5.310
Total for nius months..-IB,780
For tbe last   four mos.5,fi:i0
Subscribed and sworn to hefore me
tbl»  .30th   day of March, 1208,    A
Crahbrook, O. C.
•lohn Hutchison,
A notary public m and fnr the Couniy
of Kootenay,  Brltinfa Columbia,
,fl» »* ftawra > 55ccKfrtcVi xx-«*
OBSERVATIONS
%       -BV TUB OLD MAN. *
The Wise man ol ('ranbrook will pet
bold of u piece of land in lhc Kootenay valley and thereby Uy the
inundation for his future prosperity
It pays to advertise—providing you
uu the tr.iiihn.nk llernld.
(hi the representations made h>
Dr, Kinjf, member of the provincial
house for the Cranhrook riding, the
government has consented to expend
U.i.iH'i (ui the extension oi the
wnifun road up the St. Marvs valley,
la miles from Me&cham's ranch. At
first the government would only
jtitnl Si.tiiiO, but Dr. King explained
that by t-he time an outfit- had gone
in ami were ready fo work Ihere
would he little left of so small an
appropriation lo do any real good.
The government then consented to
give Hits district the extra $l.uuu,
making $2,000 foi the St. Marys
river road In getting Ihis appro
priation the doctor has done an cx-
cetlent piece of work, especially when
it Is taken into consideration' that
lits.seat in the house is on the
opposition benches.
What are vou doing to beautify the
town? Plant something, if it is
only a package ol sweet peas F.very
little bit helps.
The London Daily Mail has beeu
at it   again. Tbis is its   latest:
■A new city in Winnipeg is to be
named Kipling, after the poet      and
ollier's Weekly iorbids all newspapers 10 reproduce or even quote
from Ml. KipUtig's "Letters to thc
Family." Collier's is usuallj a
respectable publication iiui here is a
time It makes an egregious a sa ol
self.     Colliers is evidenil. not
uttogether pleased with lhc Impression* which Dudyard's letters have
created in Canada. Kipling has
• ■ but ted into'' Canadian aha it -
a confidence which is amusing to a
••mere colonial." llis condescending
air would, no douhi a few years
ago, have made Canadians angry, but
for the last year or so, there bave
been so many special writers for the
Knglish press, writing mwl "putting
their foot into it" that Kipling's
Letters to the Family in Knglnnd
published1 in an American paper don't
liz/. on ns. Kipling as a writer
stories and poems is very different
from the space writing Kipling, .
tlie odds are all in lavor of ine
story writing variety. The litem
quality of the Kipling letters cannot
he denied, but he does not know
Canada, Canadians or the ways of
lhe country and Its people.
The Co-wielian Leader has inst pas
,t*d its fourth birthday,    The Leader
Is a bright, newsy sheet, and Martin
M. Smith never overlooks a chance
.1 boosting Duncan and the Cowlchan
district      Many happy returns ol lhe
day.
Tlie news by cattle that a mun
was frozen to death in a blizzard
near London, England, makes onu
feel glad that one lives in lhc banana
belt.
It is thc natural economy ..i
women that causes lier to cut oil len
cents worth of sleeves so that she
may wear $a worth of glove-;.
lu the latest publication issued to
the Dominion department ol the Interior, there is found in large type,
conspicuously on the front pager the
following:
"Important!    Farmers,      (arm
laborers,   railway       construction
men, arc Ihe only people the Canadian     immigration   department
advises   to   emigrate to Canada.
All others should get definite assurance    ol   employment    before
leaving homo,   and have      money
enough   to    support   tlieui for a
time in   case of disappointment.11
This   shows that    tiie government
is alive lo its   responsibilities,     and
has   no desire ir.    iil I      the   contry
Indiscriminately   with an undesirable
dement.
BRAIN LEAKS
(.Selected.)
HaJt-Aenrted effort is doubly discounted.
The man who tries to taper off
generally iopera on.
Personal liberty is often mistaken
lor individual license.
Refraining from evil is nut all
there is to the upright lite.
A flower in the sick room is better
than a bouquet on the grave.
One of life's funniest spectacles is
tbe man who takes himself too seriously.
There aie seldom anv regrets ia
ttie pav envelope ihal the wile
handles.
We nevei did get all the sympathy
we were emitted fo when we had the
tooth ache.
Laughter is the lubricant that
makes the wheels ot life run
smoothly.
A lot of people claim to be optimists because they huve no sen1* id
responsibility.
Perhaps it Is a good 'hiug tbat we
do noi know what the babies think ..1
OS.
The father of two or more children
always bas to ask his wile ahoul
their' birthdays.
Ctarity ia giving something we
have and want to somebody who has
■ot and needs it.
Our idea ot a genuine optimist is
tne man who can keep .smiling while
(he borne team lows.
Isn't it wonderful what brilliant
repartee we think of after the opportunity has gone by?
When an American heiress marries
a title she usually finds out that the
title is all she did marry.
When a man endures an evil that
visit with the mau whose children
be has no right to complain, j
been working for the Southern Pacific rallwav, but when 70 crews
were laid of! on that road this
spring lie started north to get a
train with the C.IMt. On his
journey he fell ill and on arriving
'in Crnnbrook he was taken io ihe'
hospital where tvphoid-pneumonia '
developed and death' followed. 'I'he
l..>dv will be taken to his home in
Ureal Falls, Montana, tomorrow by
bis hrothor, It 11. Noble, who arrived
in Crnnbrook for thai purpose yes-
,1,1.1,1-.. Tlie funeral arrangements
line    heing     looked after   by        the
Drilllierl ii of Itallway    Conductors
!ol which older lbe    Hccenscd Was    a
member.
Mr, Soldo leaves three brothers
land iwo sisters to mm mi his loss.
Tlav nre It. D. Noble, of Groat
Palls, Montana; .lames Noble, of the
same citv, (leorge ,), Noble, of
Havre, Montana; Mrs. a. W. Sptv.oi,
of Ureal Falls. Montana and Mrs.
Oeorge ll lleint/, of Quinoy, 111. The
tamil'-* originally came from Campliell tmi N.11., and settled at St.
.lames, Minn,, moving to Montana
Intel IC B. and Jnmes Noble are
enguged in ttie general merchandizing business in Urc.11. Falls, while
Oeorge J. Noble is a merchant at
Havre. The family have the sln-
cere sympathy of the many iriends
oi .lohn Nohie in which the Herald
loins.
CARD OK THANKS
The family ot the late John Noble
wish to express their thanks to
the Hov. Main, Drs. King and Oreen,
the Sistors of the St, Kugene hospital, tbe railroad men and other
friends in Cranbrook and the tlis-
trlct for their kindness and attention to him during his last sickness.
IL B. Noble.
FOOTHALL
Last Monday a game of football
was played between the "Beavers"
and the "Hovers." It was a very
dose game, the Beavers winning by
2 goals lo 1. W. Harrison did some
excellent work as goal keeper for the
Beavers and if il had not- lieen for
liim, no doubt the result ol ttie
game would bave been different.
There will tie a game Ibis evening be-
i w erlj
ItoV
the
'United"
and
lhe
ers
BASEBALL
\ baseball game was played <
Tuesday evening between the r.P ■
team and lhe Independents, the C.I
IL winning with 11 inns to
The Independents are a good teat
lmi weie in very had luck ..
through the same. The game w.
enjoyed hy a large number of spect
tors.
I:aith in
Cranbrook
- what encourages the ambitious
iiizei." of Oranbrook ai present,
Iiii-- In going io twLhe beat year
Lit city l.a- ever known.
Wiib sueh sentiments we liave
lecitleil lo devote oui energy to*
-vard* supplying tlie demand for
■vorli in our Hue,
We ean diuw your plam* for
inytliiug tlial ran he described
'i. im pet an.l can then build ac-
otiiltig to them.
Job Work of all kinds receives
•ur prompt attention.
Judge na by our customers snd
iv hut they lay about uc,
Huchcroft & Bowness
Contradon nn.l ftuilileiB
Lumber Yard Location
Bt'si site lor Lumber Vard in
Cily of Ciliary
FOR SALE
Will lake half value in Lumber.
Apply Box No. UranbNok Herald.
HILL & COMPANY
TIIEKH is -i.i air ul distinction about the nun who wears 20TH
CENTURY  BRAND  CLOTHINC  which no othei class of
Clothing appears to imparl. This is a well-known and
acknowledged tact among men of refinement and discriminating taste.
Tliis spring the 20th Century Brand Clothing Manufacturers seem
to have excelled themselves—if it be possible—and their ga.ments
luve n\ exclusive distinction that is most pleasing.
A new consignment we have jusl opened would do credit to lhe
City of New York. We would ask you to call and be convinced
that for 8TYLE, FIT AND FINISH, there is only one class ol
Clothing made in Canada that can satisfy the most fastidious dresser,
and that is
20th   CENTURY BRAND CLOTHINC
We arc exclusive agents for this brand ol Clothing (or Cranbrook.
HILL & COMPANY SSSU
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PROOF POSITIVE
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II,'
i i/lii*.
* T. It.
Advertising may nrrate a illinium], bm if
the article advsrtiied lacks quiilitjMlitih the
demand ioon fulls off. Here uri-u few i,f
oi.raloplea that arc wanted and ho'nglit
ivory duy:
(.   'I'. R. TEA.    I'rociirai.l.
llie It. T. R. Uroofi-v.   IV
RlDGWAY'H COFFEE.  I,
I'romiruWe only at the H
Uroi-ery. Per Iti
JACOB'S IRISH HIScriTs
.nriibln  only   at the li.   '!'
(trnrorr.   Per It,
MoTVER'S COOKED HA.M.s
.•ural.li' onlv at the (i T. ft Oroiw
Peril,	
.lOUiSWOJITII COFFEE. KhhI,
..round, per    Hi
STAR HAMH, »moW."iliewl7iier II
OHOIOE BREAKFAST  BACON
Sliced, peril)    .
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If
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G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
Wl BUV OMIT THE IMT «UAl.I» W HOSIERY.   WIU MMHIIIMUM FEET
AM Mt FAST tilt
Boots, Shoos, Gloves, Crockery
I.C.
|     CRAHB800K,
FOOT FASHIONS
We Inivi' i*.*
foot comforts.
I'M liars   WHITE
SI.II'I'EttS 	
(URLS'   WHITE CANVAS <»X
FOUIIK 	
MISSES-    WHITE    CANVAS
SLIPPERS 	
WOMEN'S   WHITE   CANVAS
o.\F< i It US       . CI. Miami 12.1M.
CHI LDS'RED KID SLIPPERS   11,115
GIRLS' RICH Kill SLIPPERS
MISSES' RED RID SLIPPERS
LADIES- TENNIS SHOES
MEN'S TENNIS SHOES
MEN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS
AND BLUCHERS
CHILDRENS   ENdLISH  MADE
SANDALS, prico     CI.00 to CI.50
BOVS' Rl'NXlNO shoes
MEN'S FOOTBALL BOOTS
nivi-il our niimuier nlini, of
CANVAS
CI.25
CI.25
CI.40
SI.Ml
¥1:75
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BURNS BROTHERS
Specials for this Week
WHITE SKIRTS
Extrc  Spec.*. Vc.ue   in  Whin
Dock, Drill and Pique
Washing Skirts
LOT      I.     A    smart    UP-TO-IMTl-.
SKIRT, made nl White Durk
neatly   plea-tod,    value   Inr M tint
.S|i«-inl I'llre VI llll uirli      III    -.i/."**
LOT 3. ..us. what ynu need loi llu-
Imt ■iM'uUii'i A lli-.lit weight
WHITE DUCK SKIRT, ..iiuiuii
teed wry full si/.", ul J.1.O0 i-m-li
LOT 9. Similar to alu.ve but .1
shade finer in toirtt.ro, ii 2f, earth
(All sizes.
LOT i. WHITE PIQUE ANU
I.RDFORl. CORK SKIRTS AT
EASTERN PRICES nml NEW
YORK STYLES
Prices for Whtte-M.115 anil Jl.fil).
Prices lor Fawn—$5.00 am. $r.,75
WHITE lAWH BLOUSES
•Ve inn-nil nuitilii.' ii,i,.lln*i* I'liil'.H*-
alo ill«|,l,.,v nl   IVIIITK   I.AHN
lll.Or**-l.'s 1111 Inlilt'B ill lllci'Plitn'
nf llm store iiii IIIIHlV nml
HATDRIIAY. I'l-lcw in mil nil
linaketti
Sl.00, SI.J5, SI.50, S..S5
WHITE LAWN SUITS
AT EASTERN PRICES
We have just received a special lie-
livery ol the above suits—undoubtedly at puces sine to make them *\a
quick      Don't tie too late.
PRICES $4.50 TO $12.00
mi ohm s.ock of soots * MIOSIS
11,'mI Villi,., ill I'Hy
SEE  WINDOWS
For a law el the above
Styles
SHEPHERD I'l.Alli DRESSES In
Black ami White, made ol u HIGHLY MERCERISED CLOTH. Sines
ai an.l :.n only, a. t6.7.r, each.
A SMART BLUE CIREY MUSLIN
DRESS, with Dutch Voko uml
lit-.iiiiilullv trimmed- only one in
slock.    Size 30, at* 17.50.
A VERY    NEAT DRESS, in While,
ground      with     a  delicate Black
Chfck.    Size .18, at   S9.50. Only
one In stock ihis style.
THIS LOT AT $3.50 EACH
Plain, hut neat Dresses in Klack
and White and Blue and White Zephyr
Cloths.
Rubber tire go-carts, It.Ofl.-C.CK |   Ladies' Oxfords, $1.95.—C.
Stewart's    sodas   just   touch    tbe'   Keinember tluelwood (eel
spot. 7-2t Stewart's every day.
W. R.  Ross, M.P P , was in Cran*'   Wm.   Scott, o| Kitchener.
brook last week. Cranbrook yesterday.
(1.   O.    Buchanan, oi   Kaslo, came|   Thomas Kelly,   oi Moyie,
into Cranbrook on Friday.
■Ueorpe Rajfsdale, ol Spokane, was
in Crjiihrook on Monday ano lues-
day.
W. T. Healy, ol FcTnie, was re^k-
tcred at tbo Hotel Cranbrook        m
tbe
ol
for best DIIDMO DDnTUCDO  RFID BfOGK
values   DunliO DnUlrlLnO cranbrook
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II Sporting Goods
Our Sprint; Shipment is jusl openeil.
BASEBALL BATS, LACROSSE STICKS,
TENNIS BALLS AND RACKETS
AND EVERYTHING FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION
WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF HAMMOCKS
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company jj
■ ; C. H.  ALLISON,  ManaRer ...HITKIl        ! ',
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YOUR HOUSE
May not U-* mil of plumb, iiu. -iiill need
PLUMBING
We would appreciate llu- opportunity ol figuring on
it. Wi- lmve Uio stock, llu* ability ... instnl, mul our
price within your ronch.
j"  D. McBRIDE
llartlwnro Cranbrook, ll.l'.
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nn:
1 FERNIE STEAM LAUNDRY 1
Have opened a Urge Steam Laundry
in Fernie with all the latest machinery
and improved methods to turn out
First class Work
DYEINC, CLEANING AND PRESSING
IN CONNECTION
The Best and Latest Cut
Tobiccos In Ting
HOUSE OF COMMONS
10N00N CUT PtUC
CARIET0N NAVY OUT
.1 lor 25c. Cigars
-JIM HILL
IRVING
CHAMIERIAIN
BERESF0RD
MCDONALD'S tlUAR STORE
Cinnhrook, ll. r.
CllANBROOK TRADING CO.
Comer Viiii Kai.nfl.nnd Dtirh.Ii Ave*.
t Telephone No. 183
A STYLISH TURN-OUT
It w ill pleuse viini iiui
business, nnil iiuike
We solicit your Patronage,
lelt wilh the
All work
Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.
will receive Prompt Attention
CALL UP PHONE 63   F. J. F. PERRY,
> -
i *
K.Prop'r j
.aaaaAaaAi3
McLaughlin Carriages
Ar* the  Beat
Many people have willed t.i our Slio\
Rooms nnd told ua lliey would hnve n
no oilier iliun ii McLftutfhltn
n\Ci:     U.W VY<
uili
Onalii
priee ir i-ut-roi
iin.1 lotifi ntia
HARNESS REPAIRING.    FLOUR « FEE0
LOCAL NOTES
..*«.,
Pl.'K.'.ll IIP AUOUT Till': CITY HY
ASK.NO QUESTIONS OF
MANV PEOPLE.
Couches i.m cash, ss.wt.
-C.C.S.
SlM-lli
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ROYAL HOTEL
N. L SAWYER, PROPRIETOR
Marysville ■ B. C.
Tliis in u now Hotel,
jiliiHtirnl throughout ami
newly furnished. Tho
Koyal niins In plcaeo the
public,   (iivo   it   n   trinl.
K. W. HtirRcsK, of Wardner,
Sunday in Crnnbrook.
C. W. Slieppapl., of Fernie, wns a
Cranlirook visitor ion Sunday.
,1. It. Moran, of Creston, was in
Crnntirook ut the tieftinnin* ot tho
week.
|»etei Wood, ihe Cherrv Creek
rattle king, wns in (-run-brook on
Saturday.
High Grnde tl. HeinUman piano
Ior sale cheap, Easy'terms. Apply
If. W; Patmore, City. 7-tf
FOCM)-.Parasol standing against
the Fink Mercantile Co.'s store. Owner eal) at lleralil ofliee ami identify
same- 7-lt*
D. p. Corbin; president of thc
Spokane-International railway, was
in Cranbrook hetween trains
Monday-
It, I.. T. Oalbrailti, Indian agent of
Fort Steele, was in Cranbrook on
Monday .on business connected with
his department.
Frank Dtiim, the well known despatches returned on Friday from his
trip to Montana, Washington and
Idaho. Mr. Dtimi reports bavin)
had n very pleasant trip, but Is el
'    '       '    "    *-ook.
Monday.
R. H. Dorbott, proprietor ol
Wentworth hotel, visited Fernie
.Monday.
The family of P. McConnell,
Waldo, will spend the summer
lie coast.
Charles Finch, oi Kimberley, was
in Cranbrook at the beginning nf
tlif week.
Opening of The Palm Ice Cream
Parlors Saturday, May 9th. Cail
and see us.
K, Hill, the Moyie dry goods man,
was registered at the Hotel Cranbrook on Friday.
.lohn .1. Murphy, the dry nods
merohanl of Moyie, was in Cranlirook on Sunday.
T C. Luck-hurst, t-he well known
real estate a^ent of Nelson, is visiting in Cranhrook.
K. E. Ueattie and E. H. Small
returned from their visit to Spokane
on Friday evening.
Judge Wilson returned on Monday
from Nelson    where his family      are
prnding the summer.
High Grade u. Holntzmnn piano
ft.r sale cheap. Easy 1erms. Applv
1,. W. Patmore, City.' 7-tf
Oeorge Thompson returned from
Vancouver on Monrtay where he has
heen on legal business.
Rubber lire go-carts, 11.00.—C.C.S.
». R. Yates, of the Otis Staples
Lumlier company, of Wycliflo, was in
Cranhrook last Friday.
WANTED—Second hand cook stove.
Apply .los. H. McLean, Old Curiosity
Shop, Cranbrook, H.C. 3-tf
V. S. Liddicoatt visited Moyie last
Friday, attending to the building of
E. Hill's new residence.
One pound of our chocolate cream
caramels, regular 40c, Ior 20c, Saturday, May «.—The Palm.
(i, Pushee left on Friday lor the
north, where he will probably work
for the tlrand Trunfc Pacific railway.
The Staples Lumber company have
sold out their Medicine Hat yards to
the Revelstoke Lumber company and
C. Lean.
Vi Desaulnier, one of Movie's well
known hotel men, visited Cranbrook
for several days at the beginning of
tlie week.
Rubber tire go-carts, H.00.-C.C.S.
Wm. White, for some time superintendent of Uie St. Kugene mine, but
now of Spokane, is in Cranbrook on
milling husiness.
M. u. King, manager ot the King
Lumber Mills, Limited, returned from
his eastern expedition on Friday,
leaving for coast points Monday.
Ladies' Oxfords, Jl.25.-C. C. S.
The   Calgary  Herald publishes two
pictures oi"   Cranbrook last     week,
one of the town from the race   -.
and the other of the Royal hotel.
FOR   SALE—Eggs     for   hatching
from  Rose   Comb   Brown  Leghorns,
Imported    stuck; prire wtneers, S1.50
per sitting of 15.   A. .loiirte, city.
Mi
WANTED-Coples of ibe Cranbrook Herald o( the following dates:
.luly 12, November 39 and ttcember
13, mm;. Apply to the Herald office* -Mt
li vou are in need of a dinner   set
see Fink's large variety.    Prices to
suit the slimmest   pocketbook,       as
well as the most generously       tilu
one.
Ladies' Oxfords, $1,25.-C. C. S.
E. -I. Cann, of Calgary, representing Brunswick Balk-Col lender Co.,
manufacturers of bar fixtures, etc.,
was in Cranlirook at Ihe end of Ust
week.
H. Dunbar .-nlertaine-.l a number of friends at his home on Baker
Hill last Thursday evening. Dancing
was indulged in until the early hours
ol the morning.
Ladies' Oxfords, Jl.25.-C. C. S.
Miss .lennie Cummiskey, sister of
Mrs. B. Kennedy, left for Spokane
mi today's Flyer, after a visit of
sevtii months. ' She was accompanied
by her nephew, .lames Kennedy, as
far as Kingsgate.
Chas. Parker, the well known
Cherry Creek ranchman, was in
Cranhrook on Tuesday. Mr. Parker
says that everything looks like a
rood year for the farmers on Cherry
Creek this year.
Couches for cash, $9.0fl.-C.C.g,
E. J, Clayton, the well known
merchant of MaTysville, and Kimberley has sold his Kimberley business
to A. E. Carter. Mr. Clayton will
continue to devote his attention to
the Marysville business.
.1. McMillan, inspector of CP.R,
telegraphs, was in town yesterday
Arrangements have lieen made to
have a system in lorce dining the
spring race meeting whereby anvone
will he able to sena telegrams uom
the race track.
Couches for cash, $9.00.-O,C,S.
W. H. Ilardgert, the milk merchant, is doing a lot ol farming this
spring on his ranch north ol the
town. Mr. Hardgett says that In.
all tlie years he has been in East
Kootenay, he had never seen a
more favorable spring for the farmer.
A. L. McDermot has beta      doing
wonders   in tlie   way of   improving
the grounds About his residence.   Mr,
McDermot    has planled over 1150.08 ^
worth of   rose*   and other flowering j^s
shrubs in his garden and baa built awwlt
Cranbroofa on Monday
.1. Sullivan, of Moyie, is registered
at   the  Cosmopolitan today.
Mayor   .1.   I'. Fink   returned from
his trip to Calgary on Sunday.
(i. O. Jewell, of JafTray. was     in
Cranbrook on Monday on business.
Oeorge   Laurie, the Creston lumber
baron,   is registered at the       Royal
today.
O. S. Frezzcll, ot the Fernie Brewery   company,   is registered at    the
ismopolitaii today.
>uc pound of our   chocolate cream
caramels,    regular 40c., for 20c.  Saturday, May It.—Tho Palm.
The CP.R. eye sight inspector is
here today testing the sight of railway men on  thib division.
11. Moore, who has been jailer ioi
the city for some time tias Uradert,
ihis resignation to take effect Maj
"lOtb.
| sieuurijs now soda fountain ii nun
running and the purest and mosi
delicious sparkling beverages ate t,.-
Ing drawn from it. \~-ii
FOR SALE—Quarter section in
Alberta, 1-j miles trom church, po.->t
office, elevator aud store. Uood
-springs or. property. Apply R. l».
Finlcy. 7
Seymour Aluir is now in charge ul
the work roonib of the Crannrous
Dying ^ Cleaning works, Mr. Mull
has had iiuny years experience in
this class of work.
At thc regular meeling of Key City
Lodge, l.O.u.F., on Monday uigiu
last W, Scott McDonald was elected
delegate lo the Grand Lodge, anitn,
meets in New Westminster next
mouth. Chas. Smith was circled alternate.
A petition to His Worship Mayoi
FlnK is being circulated by A, l.
McDermot, tne secretary of the board
of trade, praying that, the aiter-
iiooji.s ol Monday and Tuesday, ttie
iSth and Mill lie declared halt hou
days on account oi the race meeting.
Robert Aikeus, the proprieloi of
the Palm Candy store, has jusl, put
chafed an up-todaie soda watt-i loun
tain and is now in a position Lo
furnish all kinds of thirst dispelling
tJtAcrages. Mr, .Aikcns has one ui
the most modern ice cream parlors
in Western Cauada.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brydon, ui
»St. Marys, have leased the Perry
Creek hotel at Old Town, uf Mrs.
Barge, and Mrs. Bryden arrived this
wees to take charge. Mr. uuu Mrs.
Bryden wiil make the place a first-
class resort and maintain the high
reputation it enjoyed iu the past.
A new and very handsome bar in
being put in place in the Wentworth hotel tuday. It. H. Corbett
bas made a great many improvements in the rtentwortli since be has
been proprietor, and witb tbe new
bar in place the Wentworth will
have one of the handsomest bai
rooms in this part of the province.
Rubber tire go-carts, $1.00.—C.C.S,
Malcolm Hoiio is baviug bis land
southwest of tbe city subdivided iuto
acre blocks and au irrigation
ditch put, in which will serve the
whole tract. J. G. Cummings is in
charge of the emergency wora and
it is understood that the land will
be on the market within 15 days.
Beale &. Klwell will be the selling
agents.
The premium list for the Dominion
exhibition at Calgary, June Utftu io
July 9th, bas arrived. Tluriy-fout
thousand dollars will be distribute*!
tu prizes and it is well to note tnat
entries for live stock close ou May
All and all other entries on June
15. The prize list is printed by the
Hammond Lithographic company ui
Calgary.
Couches for cash, ,$9.00,—C.C.S.
Li. H. Small, of the Cosmopolitan
hotel, is doing a great deal in the
way ot improvement to his house.
The dining room has been rc-pa]iertHl
and rMurtaincd and is now one of
the handsomest rooms in Cranbrooa.
The office and bar arc also being decorated and tbe old balcony has betn
torn away aud a small one erected
tn its place.
The lumber for lhe new baud stand
was contributed by tbe King Lumber Mills, Limited, Thc Kobinson-
McKcnzie Lumber company aud tne
North Star Lumber-company. Thc
funds for thc purposes of paying fot
the construction work weie raised liv
thc efforts of. .Dr.i Bell. The banu
stand is a great addition to tlio
public works ol tbe city.
Rubber tire go-carts, $4.00.—C.C.S.
See the new "Sask-AItft" steel
range at Patmore Bros. This is
MeClary's masterpiece, the most
modern range °l today. Vou owe it
to yourself' attd * wife to examine
this popular range and to secure Ua
the lady of the house, some of the
labor-saving devices which you generally bestow upon yourself. Get out
oi lhe rut.    "Do it now."
Ladies'. Oxfords; |l*25.—C. C S.
A large delegation of members ut
Key Citv Longe, IO.OF-, will visit
Michel oh Monday nexl lui Uio purpose of assisting in the instituting of
a lodge in tbat town. Those going
will leave on the morning local al
the-work- will Commence in tbe at-
ternoou, Monday beiiig tbo regulai
meeting night oi Key t u) lodge a
special meeting wiil be held on Sun
day afternoon at I p.m. to make .ill
arrangements.
Couches for cash, 19.00.—C.C.S.
W. II. LcfcbmMi- the 20th eentuiv
big traveller, was in Cranbrook last
wee* conferring .with W. D. IUU as
to the* latest*styles in clothing. Mi.
Leishman is a great salesman and he
line of clothing  that    people
Hammocks
Our hn
wero h.
it. is year is larger uml better than ever. They
.'I.t with a vtew to'Strength and long service.
ami see the many pretty pattorus we can
Pishing Tackle
As usual, we ar,- handling .lie celebrated OROFT line.
Uur Hssortment of TOLES. FLIES, LINES, REELS.
Etc. is very liirize. . *      .
CrOqtICt   SetS  at reasonable prices.
I dlIIIS   (JOOU-S tnolnditig Slazinpter& Ayer's (*iood».
Footballs and Baseball Goods
■VihI, iii (act, all leading liu»-s of Sporting Goods    Come
id ii
ok
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
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CRANBROOK DAIRY w ^m
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES
lots of Milk and we an* hound tnu-e! rid of it. Prices.
We
pint per day
qtint'l ju-rdiii
♦-*-*«•>»-1
10 quarts for fl 00
11 ilo..
13 " tl 0.1
18                 $1.00
lay, II     " ■film
rates for larger quantities!
■J.", quarts f-.r $1 M
live it .      Hi i-ents p»-r i*iinrt
7MESE   ARE  OUR  SUMMER QUOTATIONS
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I millon
_ gallons nnd over pi*r
.'renin, per quart. i>0o
skin, Milk
lllllli-ruiilk. when \v,* 1
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FOR   SALE
A number oi Bain and Chatham Second-hand Logging
Trucks. Just the thing lor Tie Contractors lo buy.
For particulars apply to*
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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to be hack in heaotilul Cranbto
lad
   *, , , ..   ,-,.„..      As an artistic demonstrator
lattice lence which much improves ithe I |n t)le ott^g 0( clothing, perhaps Mr
appearance ol his place. • I Leishman .has no  equal in   Canada,
Couches lor cash, t9.00.-C.CS,     l»n*4 it is a pleasure to see      him at
,1 F. Huchcrolt has lormed a part-1 work. Hill & Co. are ««**»»«>>;
ne ship Witt. F. Bowiess. In , tt» tet^t. In. tartnttte agency ol
building and contractu* husiness, t-Us brand ol clothing,
and in luture the firm will he known; Ladies' 0»lords,,$l.S5.-C. L. .*•*,.
as Huchcrolt & Downcss. These ty,. May 20 Miss Louise Brchany,
gentlemen have a number ot cop- Misli Edith Adams, Miss Alice »c-
tiacls on hand and are prepared to (,l|nlg aIM). j|r. Maimillian IHck will
do all kinds ol work In   thew line.   iappe»_   at the opera house under thc
llubher tire go-carts, Sl.OO.-C.C.S. auspices     ottbe    Cranbrook band.
M, O. AnHersm, nl Prince Edward Tlwse uttate-. have an In^tnaMonal
IsUnd    w™ takiig a stroll through "I"**'™ ^f""1 ±1*/' a"
the  streets yesterday morning when lo>«s ol JrstHslass
he  met .lohn   F. Smith,   ol       the be a treat indee*.
government oillee, whn Is also an   Is- the
lander.    The two had nnt mot
»» vears and consequently »s
old Iriends had mud
music this
A percentage nl
receipts   will    go to the hinds
tor of l*e hand, and it is hoped that the
two cltisenB will attend in large numbers
THE GARDEN OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CRESTON, B. C.
HERE IS ONE OF THE BEST FUMS III TNE CRESTON VALLEY
1W Aores of lines, fruit land on west side of Kootenay river,
opposite town of Creston; *■< acres of bottom land grows
enough wild hay to feed all farm stock; 10 acres siasiieu; two
good streams; good lo? building; S4.40U Uood terms can
be arranged
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY
CRESTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY
F. C. CORRY, MANACER
P.O. BOX 8      •      CRESTON, B.C.
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FRUIT LAND I   FRUIT LAND I
For Sale
In iiu- Koblmon-JiloKpniie Tract
5 Acres of Excellent
Fruit Land
within .ii.i: Bint] »-lt»li mltot ol the Cranhrook Poal Officii
Price $100 per acre
li hm been tleni<*r,ntiat*nJ that thin land till crow all kinda of
Vettetnblda and rri>it« to pet fee tion, and arc* proximity to Cranbrook
nnikf? it veiy vuluaMe (or market hardening and fruit raising purpOfM
Apply Land. Herald Office
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METHODIST CHURCH
LIQUOR   LICENSE ACT
Notice Is herehy given that
a.I^_?"?ttal-.d'2.tict S,eclligu' m«rt* alter date I Intend  to
Methodist church is being held in
Cranhrook today. The delegates attending are as follows:
llev. W.  L.  Hall,    II.A.,Bit . Fernie, chairman.
leouentiy me    twn ciuie.,., ■»... *****. ,» —■>■;"-■•
uch to talk about,   abd make the occaelon a success.
ltev. (Ilddings, ol Michel,
ltev  W. (ilhson, ol Hosmer
Jl.-v. n. Curry. Kimberley,
Rev. ll, 0. Kaheley, Coal Creek.
Mr. Reed, ol Coal CrMk.
Iln: W. lloiiltoii, ol Moyie
Mrs. Fitch, ol Moyie.
Mr. McVerliuid, ol Creston.
llev.   W.   D    and   Mrs    Scott, ot
Creston.
applf
to the Superintendent ol Provincial
Police for a renewal ol my hotel
license In sell intoxicating liquors
under the provisions ol tht
Statutes iu that behall in Uw
premises known and descrihed ns the
Falls View hotel, situated at. Marysville, B.C., to commence on tto
first day nl .luly, 1908.
I Chas. F. Finch.
I   Marvsville,       B.C.,      April     27tt,
»'.0. Mi THB CKANBROOK   IIKIIAI.D
lhe Name ol
Black Watch
Oa a lag on a Plug ol
Black Chewing Tobacco
Studs hf Haffl.v.
■^ «*-**--*Br'J_sW*.*f**^_-**-arj_s»*-******-.^^ TIIINi.s
m  News of the District
Wril.cn by Bright Corrrspmnicnts and Gleaned Irom Newspapers
LOOK   OOOD
HK.ItTA
IN    At-i
sessjs
CK4NBK00K SASH ANU
HOUR COMPANV
iliiiiufiielui-era ami Pfiil.-ra
SASHES, DOORS AND ALL
KINDS III RIIUI1II AMI
DRESSED LUMBER
It,.nil \V,,rk u S|»*,*iully
11 the
II Hf
li
0
'.\
BUCK UP
carpets need a licking,
Ihi it now.
xiirden weeds need picking,
Pi, it* now.
In- kitchen floor needs scruhl-i
tlie furniture needs rubbing,
. should Hie lash In* snuhblng
TKi It now.
—I os Ansoles F.sp
r
When You
Conic to the Met roil iii*. sUy at tlie
Palace Hotel
.Stephens & Kwkeiidurf
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. H*
Station
$1.00   PKW   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
: | KLKO AND TOBAC
| $       CO PLAINS
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(1'ioui our own rurrcsiiouilent)
Knocking is hugely ,i habit,   awl a
habit   that grows on one with    use,
[Try ,.nd cultivate .» pleasure m   life
'even    ii tt   does sewn    .i littlo llk'(
iwasting yuiir time.     Thi-   man   behind tlw tale ol cheer is tlie man we
litlwajs  like to hear,    li every resilient ui u city would im.y  [pf    nice
things ol the city   what a nice   city
ii would ho,     I'iish, don'l lenook.
Lawyer Marks, ni Armour's long
oloar bacon ami suminor sausage
comedy company, wjs in Klku ami
Kootenny river points this weet.
K. U. llunt-ur, i>i Calgary, who is
Inlying -sprviiucn big game heads,
fancy furs, Indian ourios, etc., for
several Kuinpean nobles, was in
Klko last, week anjj bought a
choice lot from Kred Hoo.a general
store.
Kt'trpitiR
success.
ovorlastiiig at  it     brings
McHENRY'S
MUSIC STORE
If fin!,if: In Ihr  Mn-i. line
UP-TO-DATE MUSIC
"Sew   I
.••ii i-i,.
. iiiimi
I iv ay
McHENRY'S ORCHESTRA
i  lint MS     CIM.MHKlHth. H.
McVIITIIi&PARKKR
Provincial Land Surveyors
Kuiw.Y nil niM-.ii kn.i.mi!iiiiiii.i
OfflCES   AT   KOIIT  STI-I'.l.l    SMi
UHANllltOOK
.estimates* Furnidieil
ton Sleele I'. 0 Hox *.'•"-.
C, ii 11 nml*. I'. 0  Bos ll
Telephnne 171
Oll.ee in .Iruiihrnnki llci.l llluck
(ieo. R. Leask & Co
HlJILOliRS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work it- our atlvurUnotiieut, Imt w
put ibih ad 'oi the Hfiahl to
Miuiif.ftt-i/-*. it.
CRANBROOK- H. C.
Near Lower -tniiktrouu A-mmm*
TBI.KIMIONK IM
Air. Hewitt, ot thc Caaaiiinn Hank
.I Commerce, was an Klko visitor
his week from Calgary.
Joe McConnell Ufi fot Vancouver
[this week taking with him his eele-
tlnaied span ot Ivory handled mustang's. Joe is a popular young
man and a good one* and we wish liim
'every kind o! success.
Miss Hubert son arrived In Klko
ihis week from Naples, Italy, and
was met liv Mr. ami Mrs. Robertson
of Ualdu, the visitor's brotbei and
sister-in-law.
Kred. U. Heath, from the Toronto
Holibin factory, was in town last
week sidling cotton spools ar. prices
below1 Ibe tlt'ad line.
"Uig Hill" Galliher, before retiring
itorn politics and perseculrtou, iioi i»
greatest act oi his   poll tied   carai,
| in huvliig tho posi ollice opmietl up
at Koosevllle, the iug red appiu
country, whore thc dollars glow on
tne Lives. It's a charitj to the
ranchers, tanners, minei s, pi ospw:-
lor.s, hunters, trappers and tourists
thai  visit litis hyacinth Untwl     ami
hnelittestiue district, that puts anv
act ol Andy Carnegie Into oblivion.
Chanty vi this description covers a
'multitude of sins, and \\u piaj tbat
Ins shadow may never grow less and
iiui ins cbildrrn may be policemen
amt justices ol tbe peace.
Jim Fusee, of the Bayncs Lake
Cattle company, is breaking iu a
splendid team of chestnut drivers and
drove iuio Klko from the Lake last
weok in r>u minutes.
.Ul. J. Todhunier came down from
Folding river on a .short visit to
his iainilv at Cumberland House,
Klku.
Mr. Thompson, ol the deal
West Saddlery company, was doing
Ijiisiiifss in Klko this week.
Hainey Mulhein, ol .laffray, came
dowu from that place to spend the
Wffk end with Klko friends.
Oeorge A. Mclntyre, of I'cok &
company, with several trunks lull of
woodpecker overalls and straw bonnets, was in Klko this week.        His
♦ FERNIE I
4 X
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(Krom the Kernie Kite Press.)
knocker who put ia two rainy
v in Kernie last week said that
the merry widow hat should bt popular in tilts city if it wetc made ol
i,iti-i|ii".d material,
Captain MeKvoy lelt ou Tuesday
veiling foi Itanfi and Calgary. Ho
,ill .1.. a lot ot Held work this
tt miner 0. I.. Spencer, now att*
pulsing manager of the CalgtU'J
lerald, will join   him at Cnlgary.
Ont.,
Mr. lit
. in town la
th, the spo,
town lasl week.
When Koch, the German scientist,
■got a snitl of the Chicago mer, he
knew he was within smelling distance of    the Bleeping sickness germ,
Mr. llm
(Iriflin Co
last  week
let
representing the
Calgary, was iu
,l. \
Mayor Fink was in Calgary last
week and on bis return reported thai
everything pointed to tbis being an
excellent year in that province. This
has beeu an early spring and everything is from ;to t«> 40 days carl let
than last year, so that the chances
for a bumper crop arc excellent.
! D. R. Yates, of the Otis Staples
Lumber company, was also in various points in Alberta last- wee',
and he too, says time everybody
on the prairie is in &otnl spirits and
'looking forward to a splendid year.
The prosperity of lhe farmers of
Alberta means a great deal to the
people of tbis section of llritisli Columbia, because Alberta and Saskatchewan    take   the   most   of      om
.lumber product,
It is estimated thai one i
widow hat would furnish all the
tection required for thirteen do
hor ladies.
I'VAl'tn hivUi
Hell, of Craubrook, was sizing
i uia.tioii   from a veterinary  up-t
shot
li;
\\.   i;
ikili bell  1
estcrday.
floss   went to the banana
3day. I
Tbe M»
pany, of
Library
with toil)
da I
VI.i
lice
vlng Picture com
ranbrook, hold forth in th
,H Kriday night, May H
thousand feet ol the mos
nun in- pictures eve
the Kootonays, A tie
■I   the   show.    Kvery hud
I'yapot, the Ore* chic! win* caused
so much trouble dining the Hiel re-
billion of 18Bri, died on his reserve
at gu'Appi'lle last Friday. Pyupol
was presenl at Itatoeh aud othei en
gngeinents during  iho spring ol '8a.
ei Stork and Joe Rrleker     have
• io Prince   Uupert.   They     will
into    business then* it ptpspects
. cooil,
.re 80 mill employed at    the
Mrs. 1..
Kiidav t.
s.iwvct    .
. Iti.'isdcll arrived
,in h.'i husbaml,
the company's hi&
rin'
Wood -McNab mills aud camps.
Wa
Volume made a flying trip ;
n Wednesday.
Mr. Martin Bpenl a few days l
week in .Moyie.
Thu Ladies Aid of the Prcsby
tail church intend holding a social
tht- near future    Particulars late:
Mr. Blefatdoll   in
ilay in Crnnbrook.
il  wife spent   Sun
A
inpany (« Spokane capitalists
nre putting in an irrigation dttcb to
water n large section iu the Kootenav Valley below Klko. These
lauds command a fancy figure on the
niarkel its the possibilities of this
district in growing fruit, aad vegetables have been demonstrated beyond i shadow of a lloubt. A group
of Calgarv people are also marketing
a Iracl of fruit lands at Wasa, ■__::
miles above Kort Steele on the
proposed line of thc Kootenay Central railway.
I MOYIE I
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(Krom the Moyie Leader.)
'Plie Movie football loam will play
Ike i'ranbrook boys at Craubrook oii
ibe 18th.
li  is s
struck
property
tid that   Chas. Farrell
i good body of ore ou
the Society Girl.
favorite song
nej Now.1'
is '*Hrcatise Jut    -Ma
r's a bawbee to a. bagpipe tbat
Hilly McEwen will make tl..- Hnftiiiaii
house one of the best iu Soulh East
Kootenny.
CANADIAN
Pacific
KAII.WAY COMPANY
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST
$50.00
I'l.'i > M (If U\ It HOOK TO
Winnipeg, l'i»rl William.
DiiIiiIIi St. Paul, 5ioua Cilv
Chicagu            972.50
New Vork Cl 108.50
Moot real £ 108.50
St. John, N. H. $127.50
St. l.ouU 8*117.50
roronto 801.10
Oiiawu $108.50
Hrtlil;n tflttA.'iO
Sydney, l.B. jfl I 1.00
liek.-i- .0. *i|e MAY I and I*,
.niNKft.il, loan.] 'JO, JULY ti. 7.'-':'
and 23, AIJGPST tt, V. '.'I nm) L-%
\\ms lii-i plnne. Konntl THn.
Xinety liays1 Limit
Ro» i.-. TIicm- in !..;i- nre goml
via anv teeonni/.ed luiitei* In one oi
ootli directions To dep|ination**> Piisi
of Chicago are gnod via tiie <ireal
Lake-.
Km-  fm I her   informal ion,   lint en j
Slee|.iiiL'   Cur    HectivatioiiF,   ntc,,
ni'ply to
C. F MtPHHKSHN. j. Milt,
«. P. \ - I)   I'. *-.
WlKKIPEa.MtN SKLfiOX, fl t*.
Mastet Fred ltf«>, of Koosvillo,
[shot one oi the largest mountain
[lions ever killed in the district.
Miss Millie Moccasin SlliliK brought
in u pack train loaded witli Indian
curios for the Fred Koo -general
lore and they are going like
goods at a bargain sale. Indian
.iiuvenlrs from Im. to fUiO.OU and
the blooming Indian that mftds
them. 4
General Manager Dealt uud Dlstriel
Manager F. J. Walson, of tin- Globe
Trotters Insurance company, WM
looking over the water power at
Klko and Fred Hoo's big stock of
flitting tackle.
F. H. Anderson, deputy ministet
lui agriculture, ol Victoria, ii C , an.l
,Mi, AshwoLth, ol Cranhioiik. ad
dressed a large audience In the
school house -ipril :tOth <*n fruit
culture and the prottiuetion id big
red rosey apples. The unsettled
state of tlie weather prevented manv
ranetieis attending from the south,
but the met^t-ing was welt pjilrtiliUed
locally, many ladies being prosetrt,
and was very iuteTesMnjr, liSpocinllj
when the busy little bumble 'bee was
d scussed. One ol Mie audience
wanted to go down to lhe t'.P.II.
track and Dag Tom Gill ami heal
what he had to say about it.
Miss Marv Jane Slack ha mm it will
visil Klko on "Mav 24th. with the
Owls. |
When vou     can't tlsb mend your
nets.    But keep on advertising and
you'll nevei miss the water til*, ."the
well ruas dry.
Aftei a shut-tlowii id u
ijs work has been resumed ,
ainhrian property.
lt*W
t-tirt
K. \. Hill has let the contract
i..i ibe building of his new residence
lo George Leask A Co., of Cran-
brook, V. S. Liddicoat, of that
lum, was here this week making the
linal arrangements, and work will
probably be started Monday. It will
be a two story builiHng *3U4u leet
and wil, havo nine rooms. The approximate cost will be about JlMin.
Geo. .1. Mellenry, manager of the
Cranbrook opera house moving picture show, was in Moyie tho first
of the week looking over tbe sltua-
lion with a view to giving a show
heie one night each week. Mr. Mellenry understands his business thor-
uuglilj aud puts up a show equal in
lhat line to any in Spokane, Vancouver or Seattle. It is to be
hoped be will be able to complete
arrangements for coming here.
tm May 1st the management ol
the St. Kugene boarding house changed bands. Mr. and Mrs. Lenihan
lune given np the position, and the
boarding bouse is now being looked after hy P. J. Walsh. Mr. and
Mis. Lcnllran will probably he leaving Movie shortly.
A New \ ork man proposes to ofiei
a championship silver tankarfl mnito
from plate on which the monogram
had to be changed every six mouths
to llie couple in that city who have
been divorced the greater number
ol times ilurlng t-i"1 past live vears.
Thc Vanderbllts ami Gould:
red.
Mrs.  -McCiibbon wn
town last week.
visitor
■own s.
week.
llr, i wn.
Nelson,
representing
as in town
Mr. John Brcckciiridge,
Wiis here on Monday.
■'OFF THK IlKATKN TRACK"
(What lhe Advance Agent Sa)s)
Cranbrook will   he favored dining
'the coming week with a visit   Irom
Miss Ada L. A. Mureutt, who     will
give a course of popular leetures    in
tbe opeta house, commencing   Sunday
•cVenSng,   April  IMtL,    and continuing
for live nights.     An Australian     liy
I birth, Miss .Mureutt  is one   of     lhe
most  largely travelled women in tbe
world, and has had unusual opportunities for   gaining a large    fund    of
(knowledge, whieh, with her      strong
.personality,   her brilliancy and    her
jl'ine elocutionary ability, she imparls
to her audience in a most convincing
'and at   the    same time in a     most
delightful manner.      Much of     Miss
Mureutt's travelling has been as the
representative of a New York Literary    Snydicatc,   reporting on      Unsocial, religious and economic conditions of the people, and she has thus
'v*1!1.1*'  had    opportunities,   which  do    not
are '>*'- Vome tlie way of the ordinary traveller, and is especially gifted with   the
power of conveying lo   the minds of
lur hearers what she herself has seen
and   experienced:    "National    Righteousness" will tie the subject ol Sim-
day evening's loeture and      amongst
those  of  the       week will be "New-
Zealand; the   Home  ot Democracy,'
•White Slaves   of    Great Britain,"
"Japan   and    the Japanese," "Russia and its Island Prison, Saghalien"
and "Women of Other Lands."
Ash-
last
a!'j;ary
A Indiana man, who lost bis   n
mory twelve years ago, recovered
last  week.     It pays to advertise.
.Mr. VanWotini'i, Cranbrook's lei
ing second-hand man, was rustli
around town last Saturday.
Mr. .la
town.
Kay spent Su,
Au outfit known as "'lbe Dr.
.is" have been rounded up at .i
cine Hat charged with riding i
mares in   Ihe dny lime.
The   llev.
vine service
Sunday.
it!..-i
lhe :
Wagner held
,'bool house
McLaren, cruiser
Nest Pass Lum!..
t.nvn Monday.
Moving pielurt
Friday night,
iu tbe Library lu
(in account of   tbe regular      date
payday at the St. Eugene falling
On Sunday this mouth, the men will
be uncii their clieques on Saturday,
Mav llth. The nmoimt io be paid
".ii' is $11.1,0110.
Wn
Serriek   can lay claim to be-
; -.ue ot the cleverest men with   a
k knife In   the country.   One littt
feat he accomplishes is the cutting of
lik links out of an ordinary match
llev. K. P. Klcwelling, of the
Church of Kugland, Cranbrook, will
bold services in tbe Miners' union
hall one week from Sundav, May
HUh, at  II o'clock a.m.
Mr. A. B. Morris was iu Craubrook Momlay.
Nearly all the leading baseball
battels Ale married men. Tbey de
vclopcd their swatting ability by
practicing ou a carpel suspended over
a c.olhfs line iu the back yard.
Mrs. Calfiiiy and child
day in Cranhrook.
The sun will pet a
The earth   will near
Thomas Lawson's mi
dares a dividend.
ipenl   Mon-
ghty shock.
} end when
g si..ck    ,le
Seven Years Ago 1
_ in Cranbrook** ** i
f ITEMS  CULLED   KP.OM   THE J
ft HERALD   Oh     IHAT    DATE %
James Kyan is getting bis stepper
"Baldy' 'in tine shape for the races.
I! K. Beattie has offered a cup to
the winner in a series of football
games to lie played by the trams of
Snulli Kast  Kootenay.
Mrs-. T. K. Gill and children returned this week trom an extended
\isit to Morris. Manitoba.
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Tht Dr«>nnB whercipoidi ' '
lir.miplK lu order*
We have not    forgot
bridge.    Hut if must c
abot:
*me.
Now that  Mrs.  Burns is on her
way to   Kuropv we look io see T-om-
my   repudiate  bis boast   that lie
could liek anything on top   of the
earth.
Mrs. T. Gartney spent
'ranbrook witb friends.
Monday    in
f WARDNER 1
(Frotn uur owu corrM.oiulfgt.
Mri,. Olio Winner loll on Sutiinlnv
evening   Iiuil lor   Marrsvillr,   where
liei     liusliiuiil   Ims hero   eiiKutp*. Mr
ie lime willi     Ihe liimliri     eom-
IH.IIV.
The ii*-*iiil I'rcsliyteiiuii service iviis
lii'ld in ihe l.ihr.iry hull by Mi*. Ilirli-
■irtlsnn nu Sitniiflj.  .evening last.
Mr. A. N'orris wns ilolng litmliieim
in riiiiilii-ook mi Mi-n.1,.1.
Master
(1,1)   Willi
Frank Slii'|.|.iinl spill.
■f'r.-iiiliroiik liii'iuls.
Mon-
ltev, Winter lueneheil lo his usual
enhgtegullon on Sunilny evening List
in .he sihool house, leaving loi Fort
s.eelr in the morning,
ii
THAI
- tuttU* :.
IS WHKUIIN
■•winllj ill iill Llii
IKANSFKK Bll.SINF.SS
AND MOVIMl PHX.ls
li ,„ill« mil your I'mnit un* mov,*.l
.iif.lv. i-tiii luui 1,-tti iml! up
'   WKHIIKX
ii vni.K»T.ii:in:-ir ok .nul.
1 .11,111
th,
•liver, sl'illll llll
I lie re fii,,*,*. thrullxll ill*
■uieIipoplttn ilie r,*
irmli*
• whole
mil
TRI.K.'.IOXi: ,»i
lull,'.' in IVauln-ouli l.uiil III. ,*k
W. E. WORDEN
JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
KcfmiriiiH n SjHKjinlty
AikeiiH Block, Ornnhrook
. U
fast wee
Bohart   was in
, ou business.
 ♦_
i i.uil.iii
WILL  I'ltOBABI.V   HK  IIV/.IXTOS
Prince liiiput, May I,—Knur Grand
Trunk Pacific railway aurvej parties
now on location work between Kit-
isslas Canyon and Hazelton would
,eem to indicate that the Skecnn and
Bulk ley river route bail been Anally
decided on.
I Iteporls from Copper rlvor state
j that Kot.y, Welsh and Stuart aie
breaking camp in that vicinity, ami
that verj little work is being done
Ion lhe proposed Kitamaal branch. In
fuel, a shallow cut. about half a
mile long, is all there is to show
I tor the season's work. The camp Is
short nt provisions, with no prospect
of getting a further supply fu until
the (irsi steamer arrives up the.
river.
A    short      time ago      the men's
Wages were reduced to $1.75 per day.
from which it* per week was deducted
,   hls for hoard.    Fifteen men quit    work
old   position   sawing in   ttie Crows  i,ist wm- on   account of this redue,
Nest Pass Lumber company mill. tj,^ ;illl) t|w g(,,ieral impression    is
—-■ it was maiie to force    ttie men    lo
Mr.  McLaughlin, representing     the quit, thus   doing   away with       la.
Copp Stove worki, of Kort William,  necciis.n ol discharging tbem,
Messrs Hem, Markle aud Burgess
ment Sunday in   Kort Steele       und
. i,ii.t,i,n.l,
These ate Ihe nights when the fruit
Kinweis iti lhe Niagara district sit
under lhe peach trees smoking corn
ion pipes to keep away the frost.
Moral: Come to the Kootenayn and
?row your peaches.
How about that bridge over the
Kotitenav at Wardner?
Lewis',   deputy game warden,
in town last wei-k on husiness.
Itobeii
W r ek.
Essay   was  In   town   last
Hubert Harrison is back   at
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i "STEWART'S"!
T.i. I..•,i,lh>,- ,'rnli store
ST.l.lW.IHIinlK-., T.HI.Miil*:*.
iriTMiu-its
illllll-V nNltiV.-.      l.liTIHK
iKl.l*:liv
iitzi.i.wi.i.ii ni: iiiKA.ii
sTRW.tHT'fl mm ci.oroi.ATiw
HUGH STEWART
Plume "f* Armntrong Ave.
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSKHH II.  MdBUN,  Hr.frlcl.r
llflller in
All Classes of Secondhand (luwls
BtlVlsK OF   FURS
liniiitiire of All Kiiuli, Istlli
New ami Si-i'iiiulliaml
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
*****
Our Spring Suits
When thefini-liing- touches
of our tailors ure put on these
garments, they are worthy of
the 1'it-Ketiirni reputation
iiiiii ynur careful consideration.
We aim to make them the
hest Suits at llie price in
Canada. The tact that we
sell more anil more of them
every season, is the hest
evidence of our ability to
combine st) le and value with
moderate price,
7
!f"|P!f.
mam
___^_m
BURNS
Cranbrooi
BROS
ik. B. C.
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DOMINION
EXHIBITION
CALGARY,   ALBERTA
JUNE 29 TO JULY 9, 1908
$25,1.00 in Prizes
$60,000 expended in New Ittiildings
and Improvements
$1,1,00.. in Purses
Strobel's Air Ship, 'llie Novell.)*
(ireat Trained Animal Show and
other High-Class Attractions
(list   Highlanders' Hand
lowu Stale Hand
Hough Riding by Real Cowboys
Indian, Squaw and Travois Races
He.li I   I*'
Vour i)|i|iiir
Will
for .1
•-it
i's from nil jiiiinlH in .'iiiiiitln.
i.ltj- In hi* llu- Insl (ir.'.il \Vi-al,
*M<*i'i|ilivi' 1 >;i in 1 ill I, *t In
I:. I.. RICHARDSON. Manager
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Tlo*
FRED   ROO
tw-ll kiii.wii I ionorul Mri.
IS
pleastnl tn tiiukt'
THE
iiniii.iiiHviiii'iit   thnt
ul' iiion-liiiiiiliso.
kii
.1 nv.-ivi-t! tin-
BIGGEST
slot-Is of Fishing Tackle ovi-r seen  lu-ri>.
Some jealous [lorson niiRliI ..ill nun
LIAR
lint I'l.-'l Uooia li,i|i|iy
IN
knowing llml lie hus a mptttntiuti in
ELKO
for vonu-ily wliieli is ttnrlli  inure lo liiin
liinn untold gold.
Ilcnltr In
H.rdw.lc
llarnit.. tmtl Saddle.
*
H.nirk'   and   Proa-
pcilors- Sapi'lk*.
*
(try ..und.
*
..rlH'.rlc.
*
tt.* . um
i_
Pmdwt
a
Frail and laadi
Indian Cnrlii.
fm
rii.li.ai UMt thai
Ca.chea lac I I.li
THEROOSVILLECASH STORES j:
KIMISVII.I.I
FRED ROO, Proprietor
II. C,
IKI), II C.
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<i
i THE BEEF
we have now on sale is
Irom cattle fed bv our
all winter and spring.
the   first
Company
IT IS  FINE
No chance for disappointment in this
P. BURNS ® CO., Ltd.
I'IIONI* NO. 111
*********
READ THE HERALD TIIK   l.'IIAMIKOOK    II Kit A I. It
AND      PETUULKLM
TICKS
NO-
HORSES AND CATTLE KOR PAS- COM
Ti.iii*; |
I will take horsos anil cattle     lori 	
pasture ai 11.50 a iimntli, on Parrot NOTICK NO. I
much,       (iooil      wiiti-r    anil  gootl    Notice   is   hereby   given   that 3ti
lences. B-at    day*,  aftei date   1 intend   tu   apply
E. I'nrliett.     to     Hit-     Honorable    Vliiet    Coiu-
 * —-*■• [missioner    ol   Lamls    and      Works
*...*. ■ ■" •• i lor a    license  to  prospect (or   coal
CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP!
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is mod*nily equipped
to do just the best work in all
branches ol the tomorUl art.
LIQUOR l.U'l-.NSi; ACT
Notice i-i   hereby niven    tbat   otic
mi.mil after   dale   1 Intend lo apply
i'l.lViJK'l
my lioU'l
Statutes
tin-  Superintendent of
I'olleo   foi a   U'liuwal of
ln.ei.se   I.i    soil   Ilil.iXir.U in
lllidil    Uii'  JHoHslons  of   tin
In    tlial      behalf, ill    tlie
known      ami      described
t .'III Ml lllllll, Mill.ill.I
i.i-i ,    H. »',, to I'l.iiuiit'iiti' .
iln ol .luly, J'.ius.
Jubo -McDermid,
Wardner, a pi ii 20, luuti,        .1 it
I.Ujnui l.iri:N.si'. ACT
and petroleum ou tiie following
tlf si'libit! lauds, situated la ttie
district of Suulh Kast Kotiieuav,
Province of llrilisli' Columbia:
Commencing at a posi planted
at or near ont' mile wist of CJP.H.
survey lint: at 33 mile post, lot 4-'»-*.i,
anil being N. K. corner of William
Livingston's claim and marked Willi, im Livingston's N. E. corner,
tbenee miming mi drams south,
tlience running kii trains west,
thence run ti Ing mi chains nurUi,
Ibence running hu chaius ejist
to place ot commencement.
Loonled Ibis 2&Ui day of March,
1008.
William Livings tou. Locator
•luliii Livingston, Agent.
nh.
Notice is beteby given tbat onu
nn.uili after date I intend to npplj
lo tbf Superintendent ol Provincial
1'olleo for .1 renewal of my bote!
license to soil Intoxicating liquors
under Ho- provisions of the Statutes
|u tlial behalf, in the premises
known and deseribed as tbt*
1 uiou Hotel, situated at Wardner, II. C, to commence on the 1st
tiny of .luly, latin.
.lamrs Hrown.
Wardner, April 20, !,.,.,>. a-ll
NOTICI. SO. 2
Notice   is   hereby    given   tbat *
days   after date   1 lutein!   to   apply
I*1     tbe     Honorable    Cbirl    Cuin-
jUiiNMoiu-t     oi   Lands    aud      Works
premises fur u    license   to prospect f„r   t-oul
aa     Uio and    petroleum     on    ttie   following
1   Wind [described    lands,     .situated    ia    tbe
1st dislriel    oi    Soutb    t-J_.Ni  Kootutny,
Province ol llritisli Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
..i or iicai ,t miles east 01 C. k', tt.
eurvey line at si milt post. Lut 4;"isu,
an.l being ,N. K. corner of Lewis
liitton's claim,
Hilton's N
thence    running
tlience    running
thence     running
' g
thence    running
to place of ciiim
Notice
—***. 1 days  jiftc
C1NK KIUUT LAND KOH SALl'3   Ito"    tin.'
I bave 208 acres ol goutl fruit   and | missioner
meadow land north" of my place,
wilh water right, western slope, pail;
ly Improved, for sale. .Must he seen
to bu appreciate.!, $25,011 per acre.
I havo HU acres .soutb of me, ernssing
tin* valley, stream running tbrougb,
western slope. l.tiiMi apple trees
bearing on joining lot. Small fruit .....
on the pipe, partly cleared, crop of jIlfr \. r,
Harry    I liiilies'
and marked   IawIh
t>.       corner,
HO    obains   west,
Hu   eliains     norlb,
■mi    ehains    east,
K0 cbaius     soulli,
mmoneemeiil.
Located tins  2.1 id    dav of  March,
ions.
Lewis Hilton, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICK NO. 4
is hereby given tbat 3u
date 1 intend to apply
Honorable Chief Com-
of   Lands    and      Works
oats last fall. Also spuds, beets
turnips, onions, carrots, coin, tomatoes. Cabin on tbe place. Fenced';
f'10.00 per acre. Cash only ami
will only be   sold to actual settlers.
for a license tti prospect Ior coal
und petroleum on tbe following
descrihed lands, situated in tbe
district of South Kast Kootenay,
Province of Hritish Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
nt or near ;t miles east of C, P. tt.
survey Hue at 32 mile post, and be-
corner of Mrs.
claim, and marked
Mrs. Harry Hughes' N. K. Comer,
tlience running HO chains weet.
thence running 80 obains soutb.
tbenee     running    80    cliains    east,
No speculators (save time) uml    ap- thence    running   HU   ehains     north,
ply.    1 give no options and cash   is to place of commencement.
the only thing tbat wilt do business.     Located   this   24th    duy ot Mareb,
I hey spent twenty   thousand dollars 10OK.
OH the mines here Inst summer iiti.ll
they aro a sure thing and tbis land
will double in priee in two years, or
1 will return purchase price uud lu
per cent Interest if purchaser is nnt,
satislied in two yeais from time of
purchase.
Fred Hoo,
■>'" '■' Klko, R. C.
Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator,
Huptise l.amoreui   Agwat-
.lohn Livingston, Witness.
NOTICK NO. fi
Notice   is   herehy   given   tbat ;w
days   after date   1 intend   to   apply
tti     tbe     Honorable    Chief     Commissioner    of   Lands    and      Works
tor a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum ou the following
described lands, situated in tbe
district of South Kast Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
at or near -J miles east of C. P. K.
survey line at 39 mile
post, and being       N.      W.
corner of Kred llridnet's claim, and
marked Kred Bridget's N.W. corner,
thence running HU chaius east,
thence running m chums south,
thence running .Ml chains west,
thtwet- ruuning mi chains
to place ol commencement.
Locat-nl this 21th dav of March.
1908.
Kred Bridget, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreux, Agent,
Johu Livingston, Witness.
NOTICK NO. 1;
Notice is hereby given tbat 30
tfais after date 1 intend to appl)
ti) the Honorable Clilef Commissioner of Lands ami Works
tor a license to prospect for eoal
ami petroleum on the follow ing
de-;erib»-d     lands,      Situated     in     the
district    ot    South   Kast Kootenav,
Province of British Columhia:
Commencing   at   a    post   plan tod
al ul neai ;i miles cast ..| C. P. It
survey   line at     Hi  Hole post, and
beliif- S. K. corner of Tom Livingstons claim, and marked Tom 1 I*
lugstou s s.        I-,. corner,
Ibence running HO chains wesi.
tbem-v running mi chains ninth,
tbenee running 80 chains enpt,
tbenee running 80 chnins south,
to place ot commencement,
Located this 24th day of March.
I HUH.
Tom Livingston, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
survey line at 34 mile post, and being N. K. corner   of David  Landers
ilaim,
Lu udet
tbenee
tbenee
tbenee
thence
10 place
Located  this
l»0h.
Bave Landers, I
John Livingstoi
and
N
running
running
running
running
marked DaviiJ
E. corner,
Htl    chains west.
HU chains souin,
HU    chains easi,
10   chain, north,
commencement.
34tb   day
1908.     . .    ....
'. ;>lis.,s.mi. (Livingston,
John Livingston, Agt nt
NOTICK NO. 12
Notiee    is    herehy    given   thai 31'
thus   alter date   1 intend    to   apply
to'    the     Honorable    thief    Commissioner     of   Lands    and      Wurks
t March, fot a     license   to   prospect for
.cat or,
Agent
No
davs
aitei   ,ii
the
and petroleum un the follow iiu
: descrilied lands, situa ted in tbe
.district    of    South    Kast  Kootenai,
  Province of British Columbia:
NOTICK NO. 9 j   Commencing   at   a    post   planted
hereby    given   tbat 30 .1! or near I miles east of   C, P, II.
te   I Intend   to   apply suncy line at 33 mile post. Lot l.'ilia
Honorable    Chief    Com- **ntl   being   N.     W. cornei  ot James
missioner of Lands and Words Mih
lor a license to prospect for coal Miles'
and petroleum on tbe following Uience
described lands, situated in tbe thei.ee
district of Suulh Kast Kuotenay?'thence
Province uf British Columbia: thence
Commencing   at   a    post
miles east ul
and
turvey line at 31  mile post,  and  In- I WW
Ins v IV. corner  of   Charles MoDu-
^.ill's   claim,     and     marked I barles
iMcUugalt's        N.       W.        cornet.i
thence     ninniag     Hu chains
Ihence      mulling     mi     chains
thence     running   HU   eliains
thence     running      sn    chains
to place of commencement.
Located   this  SMtb   day of March
im.
Charles McUugall, Locator,
John   Livingston,  Agent,
i.iim.
N.
running
running
running
running
planted to place of commencement.
C. P. It.1   Located this   S5ttl   liny ol
marked    James
W. cornet,
M)    chains    easi
ho chains
ho    chains
Hu   chain^
missioner nl Lands and Work™
Iot a license * to irrospflct ' fur «oal
and petroleum on the Mlowiu/;
•I. icriBcHl . mils, situated in the
uiMiit • i-i s "iih Kast Kootenay,
on Block I5»3. Province of British
Columhia:
< ommencing at the N. K. eoruer of
li.'inlil MeLeod's claim, tlience south
**i0 chains, ihence west 80 cbains,
'o the 1 P. ft. li.iundary lino bv*
tffeeii Ul.Krk 1503 and Buck 45Mb,
tbenn north SO chains, along C.P.Il.
-" ■ 'I ' \ 1.1.1. thence east HU chairus
to place ' 1 beginning.
Dati .*   Vprll t. 19&8.
I' 'iiald McLcod, Locator,
-\. Hackettj Agent.
south,
west.
orth,
James .Miles, Locator,
Johu Livingston, Agent.
soutb.: NOTK'l': NO. 13
east,:   Notice   Is    hereby   given   that 30
north, days   aftei date   1 Intend   to   appl)
west, to     t be     t (oliurah ie    1 hiel     t Join-
;mis-,io..ei     ol   Lands    and     Works
loi ..  license   to   prospect     foi coal
land   petroleum     on   the   lollowlng
deserllied    lamls,    situated   in   llie
district    oi    South    Kast  Kootenav ,
" . Province u! Hritish Columbia:
NOTICK   Mi. in j   Commencing   at   a     post   planted,
0    Is    hereby    given   that  30 al or near   l miles east of C. P. It
fter date   1 intend   to   apply j survey line at 33 mile post, Lot  is.,
Com- and being   S. W. coiner of it.     Mc
claim, and   marked   B.   Mc
NOTICE
otice   is   herehy   given   th.it   30
s after   date   1   intend   to i>pply
the     Honorable     CUlel      Com-
missloner      ol      Lands    ami     Works
March, fm a license   10 prospect     for   coal
ami   petroleum    on   the   f.-ilowin^
described    lands,     situated    in    the
district oi     South   Kast   Kootenay,
on   Block 1503, Province   01   British
Columbia:
Commencing at a p"Si planteil on
Ihe southeast comer ul J. 0. Haas
claim, ihence north mi chains, thence
wist HO chains, thence south Hu
cbains ulong 1 . P. B, boundary line
thence east Hu chains tu place       ol
NOTICK NO. 7
Not Ice is hereby given t ha I 30
•lays after date 1 intend to. applv
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
lor a license to prospect for eoal
and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated in the
J 1stric 1 of South Kast Kootenav,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
at or near 3 miles east of C. P. It.
survey line at 34 mite post, and being S. W. corner of Margaret Miles'
claim,        and        marked Mar
garet Mites'      S.     W.     comer,
thence running 80 chains north,
tbenee running hi) cbains east.
tbenee running 80 chains south,
thence running HO chains west.
to place of commencement*
Located tbis 24th dav of March,
IflOH.
Margaret Miles, Locator,
Johu Livingston,  Agent.
NOTICK NO. ,H
Notice    is    hereby   given   thai  3'i
-lays after date 1 intend to appl;
to tbe Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
Tor a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated in the
dlttttift of South East Kintienav,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at, a post plantc1
at or near 3 miles east of   C. P. I
Noli
Jn vs
to' tbe Honorable Chief
missioner of Lands and WorlisiVay
lor a license to prospect fnr coal Vay's
and petroleum on the foilow ing (tbenee
described lands, situated in tlw .tbenee
dist 1 iet    1 if   Sunth    Kast Kootenay,|tlience
Hit..I Apiil 1, Pius.
.1. C. Haas, Looatoi
A. Hackett, Agent,
Province uf Briiish Columbia:
I   Commencing    at    a     post
ai or near 1 miles east of
'survey line at 3.
im: V  I-;,    eomer of
claim, and
Bowlers N.
theuce    running
thence    running
them e     running
tlience     running
to place of commencement
Located this   25th   ilnv of   March
100H.
Mary   Bowler,   Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
i thence
S.
running
running
running
running
W.
HO   chains
80    chains
Hn chains
RO    cbains
P. it.
mile post, aud he-
Mary Bowler's
marked       Mary
K. corner,
HO     ehains    wetit.
80 chains    soutb,
80     chains     eaM
8fl   chains     north,
planted to place of commencement
coiner,
north,
east,
south,
wesi,
NOTICE NO. II
Nolice    is   hereby    given   that   :'
days   after date    I intend    to    applv
to the Honorable Chief Com-
j missioner    of   Lands    and      Works
for a license to prospect for coal
: and    pet roleum     on    the   following
described    lands,    situated   In   the
'district    of    South    East- Kootemi)
I Province of British Columbia:
I   Commencing   at   a    post   ni*r
iit or near Ll miles easi uf C. P. K
.survey line ai 35 mile posl, Lot 45d3
land being N. W. corner of Mrs. Sam
j Livings-ton's claim, and marked Mrs.
.Sam Livingston's N. W. corner,
j thence     running    80    chains    eaJ-t.
thence running Wi chains south,
: theuce running HO chains west.
I thence    running   80   chains     north.
to place of commencemer.i
I   Located this   '25th   dav
Located this 25th dav of March,
1908.
B. MeVay, Locator,
John Liiingslon, Agent.      3-flt
NOTICK
Notice is hereby giren thai 3n
days after date I intend to aptly
to the Honorable t Chief Commissioner of Lands ' aud Works
for a license to prospect for coal
ind petroleum on the following
descrihed lands, situated in tin
district of South Kasl Kootenav,
in Block I.V13. Province of British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
on the N. W. corner of A. B. Ituil-
tou'.s claim, thence south HU cbaius
to license claim No. 7750, thence cast
HU chains along tbe survey line ol
said claim No. 7750, thence north 80
chain.'; along the surveyed line <-f
claim license number llitil and part nf
license number J«G2, thence west, BU
chains to place of beginning, containing 010 acres, more or less,
Bated   April   I,  1008.
A. B. l'ailton, Locator,
A. Hncket, Agent.
NOTICE
Noli.
the
s hereby given that 30
.hn.■ 1 intend to apply
Honorable Chief Coni
missioner of Lands aud Works
for a license to prospect for coal
and pel roleum on the following
described lands, situated in tbe
dislriel of South Kast Kootenay,
jn Block 1503, Province of British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post pL.nted at
the son ih. west comer of L. K.
Armstrong's claim, thence north M
chnins, thence ensl »0 chains.
in a surveyed claim, license number
11.ht. tlience soutb 80 cliains, along
the line of license numbers 1864 ami
lllli'3, and theuce Mi chains went to
pi,i.e of beginning.
Bated April 4,  1808.
L. K. Armstrong, Locator,
A, Hackett, Agent.
. . ". . '.tfOflCE
Notice Is hereby given th it U
days after date I intend .j appiy
tu tbe 1 lonnrahle Chief I onH
tnlssioner of Lands and Works
for a license tu prospect for coal
tnd pet 1 oleum on the f o4lowing
described lands, situated in tbe
district uf Smith East Kootenay,
an Block 1503, Province of Britisli
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at
the s. VV. corner of J, 11. Tllsley's
claim,  tlience north HO ehains   along
id C. P, K. boundary line,     thence
east 80   chains,    thence south
chains, thence   west HU chains
place of begiuniug.
Bated April 4, 1905.
J. H. Tisley, Locator,
A, Hackett, Agent.   -
NOTICK
Notice is hereby given ihat 30
days after date I Intend To tpply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
fur a license to prospect for axil
itid petroleum on the foil.'Wing
descrihed lands. situated in the
district of Smith East Kootenay,Ipep
on Block 1593, Province of Britisl;
Columhia: ■ —
Commencing at a post planted on l-p> l,i M
the north-west corner of C. R. Fras- ■ -J VJ Tm IN
ers   claim, thence   south 80 chains. BOOT
long said   C. P. K. boundary   tine,' HARNESS   .MAKER
to
3-tit
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SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN  HOMR-
STKAB REGULATIONS
Any available Dominion Lands
within the Railway Belt in British
Columbia, may be homesteeghS by
anv person wnu is the sole head of a
family, or auy male over :> >e-rs of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section uf lt;u acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land office for the Uis'ttict
in which the land Is situate. Kntry
by proxy may, however, be made oa
certain conditions by ine lather,
mother, son, daughter, br-j.ber ot
sister  ot .in intending homeSKNUer.
The homesteader Is required to per-
form the conditions connected ll.cre-
witb under oue of the following.plans:
(lj At least six months' residence
upou and cultivation of the land Hi
each year (or t-hrtv years.
(2).' if tbe father tor nuttier,
If the father is deceased), ol the
homesteader resides upou a farm in
the vicinity of the land catered for,
he requirements as to residence may
he satislied    by    sueh person residing
th the father or mother.
3). li the settler has his . permanent residence upon farming und
wiied b) him iu the vicinity oi h.n
homestead, the requirements us to
resbier.ee way be satisfied by residence Upon the s_t:d laud.
Six months' notice In writing
should be glean to the Commissi one;
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent
COAL—Coal mining rights may he
leased tor a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental ol Jt per
acre. Not more than 2.57U acrei
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of
five cents per ton*shall be collected on
the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
i -jf tbe Minister ol tbe Interior
3-2M
W.   WOLF
SHOE  AND
NOTICK
Nntii'p   is   liorohj-   elti-n   ill '
days  altor date   I iiitenil   In   appl.-
I   Marcli, lo   Iho     Ilumiralilo     Clili-t      I'.im-
llii'liue east 80 cliains, to lict'ns-*? No
1042, Iliencc mirth 80 chains, tbcace
nest SO chains to place uf bf-itiriin-;.
n.itc.l April 4, 2903.
fl. R. Fraser, Lc-cator,
A. Haokete, A?mt.
OFFICE
IM "hi-*! Ma-lc *-e«
.'.11 RinJ- cl Repairing.
live u.e a nail     '■'■     '■'■
ARMSTRONG  AVE.
OPENING RA CE MEET
Of the Western Canada Turf Association at
CRANBROOK,   B.   C
May 18 and 19, 1908
$2400 - IN
IM
MAY   18
2.17 Pace and 2.12 Trot,.
2.30 Pace and 2.2.S Trot,
One Mile Dash, Open
34 Mile Dash, Open.
5-8 Mile Dash, Open.
Race for Local Horses,
PROGRAMME
Purse $350 Free-for-AII,
Purse   250 I 1-16 Mile Dash, Open   .
Purse   200 7 8 Mile Dash, Open
Purse   200 5 1*2 Furlong Dash, Open
Purse    150 One Mile Novelty, $50 at each quarter
Purse     25 Race for Local Horses  .
MAY  19
Purse $400
Purse 250
Purse 200
Purse I50
Purse 200
Purse    25
ARRANGEMENTS HAVE REEN MADE WITH THE C. P. R. FOR REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
V. A. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT
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THOS. M. ROBERTS, SECRETARY
JAMES RYAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR THE   rllANBIIOOK   HERALD
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QUESTIONS
ASKED AND ANSWERED
Taught by p*«i egperi-anee, the aliMwU businisa uian. when unite.! tn iureit*
in min. share*, will ii«k 1
Wbui in*.a yon got?
Where io it >
Whai liml.v ..f coal or ore ia tliere •
What is the quality of the ..-.ail "i nro •
Hm, t'nr.ie ii tor tranaportat-ion !
What development work ia done 1
Win*, ure your mining fn.'ili.ie** ?
What sort organization have vou '•
How about your capitalization ':
Wlm are your ilirectora ?
Wiiai kind of nninnijeiiient ii-ive yon '
Wlml i. your future ':
These arc questions we like to answer about NICOLA VALl.Ex COAL
& COKE COMPANY stock.
Let* us answer each oue in turn.
We have coal ami an abundance ul it.'tjestimated si one hundred
million tons.
It is in the Nicola Valley, Hit miles tnnn Vancouver.
We have partly developed two senilis ot .hipping coal: No. 1, IS feet
thick ; and No. 2. i feet think. No. 1 tuts beeii proved 1,150 feet one way
and 900 feet another, by tunnels. No. i lias been proved I,RAO fee. by tunnels.
Both seams hav.' been proven t.. practically underlay 2,700 ni-res. There la
mal enough in nighl uow lo repay the Company's capitalization twice over.
The quality of both seam, is the highest tot jtenuij domestic and coking
purposes.
We have railway transportation right from tin* tunnel mouths, direct lo
the Coast and  Interior points.
The following development work is done at. this dale :-
No 1 mine, main tunnel with counter tunnel 1,180 leet, air elope
'.liiO feet, seven chutes, tipple and automatic actilos, bunkers, und all
appurtenances :
No. i seam, I.3.KI feet of tunnel with connler tunnel, 21 chutes,
tipple with automatic scales, bunkers, blacksmith shop, etc.
Railway siding tu both tipples owned by the Company, connecting with the Nicola branch of tlie C, I'. It.
A lown midway between the tipples, less lhan a qimrter of a
mile  from either, i-onsisliii** of ollices. working men's homes, bunk
houses, wash  houses, cook houses, dining rooms, stores, barber ehop.
waterworks, etc. etc.
Our mining facilities are unique : no hoisting, nn pumping, no expensive
-.lulling   i ml tunnels puter a side hill; conl comes out on an easy grade.
mines are self draining   In this particular alone tin- saving-; will equal a
small dividend ou ihe company's capitalization.
The mines nre developed to-day to a production of *1<»> tons per day
and in a few mouths this will   be doubled.
Our organization is simple, straightlorward and biisiiirsn-likc. Our
capitalization is very low when the value of lhe mine is considered, yet
ample I'or all financial requirement.. The stock has nnt been watered
to enrich promoters. It has all been sold at par. I. bus been pronounced
the moBl conservative and business like mining proposition ever offered in
this Province.
The Directors are all well known Vn.ieoi.v-nr business meu. They are
as follows i-
Mr. .lohn Hendry, President ; Mr, W. II Armstrong, Vice President and
Managing Director: Messrs R. 1'. McLennan, F. It. Stewart., L. H.
MucKechnie. Ml),,  It. l>. Wright and Oeo. I-'.. Trorey, Directors,
The eery lies, miiiiiigeineiit uml engineering skill an- in charge The
resiille of last year's work amply prate Ibis.
Tho future is certain and will undoubtedly be of a most satisfactory
nature to all our ehuieholdeis
t.nly a few hundred shares are lefl at par value, i'lrtl per sluire.
Do y,,u not limil. nn opportunity for making an investment in such a
proposition should be considered. Wo don't ask yon to buy a. n few ceuts
..a the dollar on the pros)iecl uf Home chimerical rise. We ask you to
investigate it only as a substantial, permanent dividend-paying business
proposition.
Don'l you think it is worth while 1
Further information cheerfully afforded.
S.  J. CASTLEMAN
Financial  Agent
Imperial Block, Vancouver, B.C.
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KOOTENAY{
ELECTORAL DISTRICT
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4,1908
For tbe |.ut
candidate tu
tn tbe iteii I
the   IntereM
"affi	
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flteil
.reilitcil ililjnun il
lu vote.
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: nil!   hn , lull),
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HIM m tin* lasl i
lillll      1'1,11'i'llV uc.
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MISS ADA L. A. MURCUTT
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SUNDAY,  MAY 10, 1908
mul cwiilniilng fiifli nlelil nii'il
T.llfllsliAV
LOCAL   NOTES
PICKED  HP    AllOtT    TIIK CITY
BV ASKINCI QUESTIONS OK
MANY  PEOPLE.
Alfalfa senl fot sale at Fink's.
Fink's sell reliable field und gnrdon
weds.
11. Barnes, oi Movie, was in Cranbrnok on Tuesday.
It. Eksley, ol Fernie, was in Cranbiook on Tuesday.
IV. Moore, ol Winder ti i ere, was In
Cranbrook yesterday.
Choice tomatoes all the time.—
Camphell ,v Manning.
A. Gnuthicr, of Movie, was a
Cranbrook visitor yesterday.
Tree planting has lieen verj general
during lhe week all over thu lown.
Wm. Lynch, of Moyie, was registered at the Royal hotel yesterday.
Palm lee Cream
May 9th.     Catl
|   Opening oi   The
, parlors Saturday,
and i:ec lis.
|   Plaiitol toilet     i
akin    smooth aud
tap makes
..il.     Finl
the
sell
ii
Wm. Carlin, l-'orl stele's uicrcliniil
prince, was  iu   Crnnlironk mi     Fii-
.day.
| IV. Thompson, ol Fori Steele, was
in Cranbrook at Hie   end    ol      last
.week.
It.  li.    McOillvray.    ol Marysville,
was   registered at    t-he Koyal      on
.Tuesday.
j Baker & Baniield lmve received the
contract tor the erection of a house
for A. Jollffe.
|   Captain    C. E. Taylor, of Pinch
Creek, is visiting Iriends in       Cranhrook this week.
| Mrs. Dolnn, of tlie C.P.H. hoarding house at    Sirdar, was in     Cran
. brook on Friday.
I   Premier Breukfasl bacon, the finest
produced.    22c.   pound   at      Fink'
Pure Food Grocery.
| The \yater is rapid]) rising in the
rivers and log driving will   -i.n    It
. the older nf the day.
I Mayor S. S. Taylor, ol Nelson
was in Cranbrook on legal business
at the end of last week.
I    Charles West, who has a    ranch
Skookumchuck Creek, wns a      Cranbrook visitor on Tuesday.
i The Craiitirook Ping A Book Co
are making a number oi Improvements iu Iheir stoic.
| Mrs. ti. Erickson returned y ester
(lay from visiting her daughters who
are at school in Vancouver.
! It. 1). McOillvray. of Marysville
left on Tuesday for a two months
trip to Ontario and Quebec.
| John Marshall, postmaster, at
Kitchener, is confined to the Si.
Eugene hospital hy   illness.
I Albert Mutz, the Fernie beer king,
(liisscd through Cranbrook on Tucs
day on his way    to Kingsgate.
I Mrs. I). T. Main, the wife oi the
locomotive foreman, arrived iu Cran
brook from Winnipeg Ihis week.
I After dinner cheeses: Swiss, Fear
maw's Cream, Edam. McLaren's and
Limher.-ei —Camphcll ,v  Manning.
' A. .1. Frost is now with his
brother, ff, M, Frost, in the ofliee
of lhe Frosl   Investment company.
I Every Saturday we will sell below
cost one line of our high class con-
lections Watch lor ad.—The Palm.
1 Mis. Whitehead, ol Moyie, who hits
been ill in Ihe St. Eugene hospital,
was able in return to her home lasi
Friday.
I Buckingham Chlstcr raisins, Fard
dates and Koyal Smyrna Layoi figs
just received at Fink's Pure Food
Grocery.
1 James Arnold will leave mi Sunday lot Victoria where lie will be a
delegate to the Grand Lodge of the
K. of P.
I P. Lund, general manager of the.
Crows \e.st Push Lumher company,
ol Wardner, was in Cranbrook yesterday.
I E. fulfil, of Kingsgate, left for
Ihe northern part of the province
yesteuluv where he villi put In the
summer.
I Go to Fink's for your new toilet
set. They carry Hie largest stoek
and most up-to*Mate designs in the
Kootenays.
1 Pun! Handley, the well known
Marysville hotel man, has been very
ill with pneumonia, but. is reported to
be improving now.
1 The ladies basket ball team nnd
others interested in the -iynmasiu.it
held a social at the Methodist parsonage Ust evening.
Fresh strawberries every day.-
Campfaell & Manning.
Every Saturday we will sell below
cost oue line of our high class confections. Watch for ad.—Tbe Palm.
Palmetto asparagus, Giant Peru
cucumbers and Ponderosa tomatoes
fresh every day at Fink's Pure Pood
Grocery.
M. J. McPeak, the proprietor of
the Sirdar hotel, accompanied b»
Mrs. McPeak, was in Cranbrook at
the end of last week.
Small shipments of green vegetables
every day direct Irom the greenhouses, the only system to keep them
fresh.—Campbell *k Manning.
Clint McDonald has installed an
up-to-date punching and Lilting machine in his cigar stoic, also tbe
latest  thing iu galvanic batteries.
c. Stevens, manager of the
Cranbrook Bottling worts, accompanied bv Mis. Stevens, left tor a
month's trip to Toronto yesterday.
May 1th was clearing up day and
the citizens, as a rule, cleaned up
very well. On the 5tb the city h.itl
loams drawing awav the refuse all
day.
1 am piepared to do all kinds ot
decorating, painting, graining, paper-
hanging, etc. All calls will re-
reive prompt attention.—S. W. Byck-
nian. 6
Maurice tjiuiu, superintendent id
the Electric Light company, went to
Moyie on Tuesday to oversee Hie
installation of Uie local telephone
svslctn.
Every train from the west is
bringing in fruit and ornamental
trees which goes to show that people
ue realizing that this is a Iruit.
'oiintry.
Do not buy your wedding gifts   i
vou see   our   new assortments      oi
"liiua to arrive early in June.      Wc
will have some exquisite pieces. Fink
Mercantile. Co.
The court ol revision was held last
.Monday at the government building,
M, A. McDonald appearing ior the
Liberals and J. A. Harvey for the
Conservatives.
Hugh Stewart has his new soda
fountain installed. It is a very
handsome piece of furniture and no
doubt will be well patronized during
the hot- weather.
WANTED—Tenders for one hundred
cords of dry tamarac or fir; must
have been cut green last winter.
For further particulars appiy to E.
Foret, Francis, Sask. fi-tt'
Charles Chapman left yesterday lor
thc north. Mr, Chapman will spend
the summer iu the Buckley and
Babble country. He goes in by
way of Port Essington.
The C.P.H. garden is looking very
pretty these Mays. The tulips are
iu bloom and the fountain is playing and the company are to be con
gratulated on their enterprise.
Anyone having rooms which they
will rent on tbe 17th, 1Mb ami
191b should notify the secretary, T.
M. Roberts, or the president, \. A.
Rollins, at   the Hotel Cranhrook.
.1. F. Huchcroft is clearing his
land near lhe Itohinson-McKeu/ie
mill and will grow several acres
i.t vegetables this year so as to get
his ground in shape Ior Iruit tree;
next year.
The new bat has beeu put in place
in thc Cosmopolitan hotel and the
new electric light fixtures are Installed so that now the Cosmopoli*
tan bar is one of the handsomest- in
the province.
FOIt SALE-Wood! Wood!! Wood:!
Stove lengths, tamacac and llr, delivered inside city limits, for l2.aU per
team load or $1.50 at- mill. Apply
Nortli Star Lumlier Co., or at \\.
Worden's office. 7-2t
The annual Methodist convention
will be held next week in Vancouver.
Rev. IL Hughes will attend as • a
member of the station committee
and G. W. Patmore will be the lay
delegate from Craubrook.
Why not enjoy the advantages of
a high grade bicycle? We have
tbem, made by the celebrated Pope
Mfg. Co.; America's high grade
wheel makers. Save time. Time is
money. Have pleasure while you
can.—Patmore Bros.
CL T. Rogers bas two very handsomely dressed windows tbis week.
The grocery window has an exhibition of Hartley's, Hidgeway's and
1 lemz's jams and pickles, arranged most artistically, while the
other is Cull of boots and shoes of
all kinds.
Geo. .1. McHenry will open a
music store in the building vacated some time ago by W. II.
Wilson, the jeweler. Mr. McHenry
will be agent for the Montelious
Piano House, of Vancouver, and
will handle the Art Bell and other
high grade instruments.
A matter that should be put a
stop to and that promptly, is Indians attempting to sell grouse out
of season. The blind Indian was In
cranbrook last Thursday endeavoring
to sell three fine fat blue grouse, lt
seems that some of tlw other
Indians get him to sell them for
them.
Patmore Bros, shipped to JntTray
on Monday one of their No. &
''Monarch" stumping machines, to
annihilate some of the large stumps
at that point. Since securing the
agency for these powerful machines,
Patmore Bios, have bad numerous
patties in to see them, and tbey predict a large sale in tbis line.
E. 0. Smith, the well known
Wyeliffe rancher, was In Cranhrook
on Tuesday. Mr. Smith says that
things look better on the Ht. Marys
prairie this spring than ever before.
"The fruit trees are In bloom," said
Mr. Smith, "and the seeding of
wheat, oats and barley ls done. I
look for a really good year."
M. G. Anderson, of Charlotte towu,
P.E.L, has been visiting witb his
brother, IL Anderson, during the
week. Mr. Anderson is a sawmill
owner in Prince Edward island and
Is making a trip through the west
for the first time. He will vklt
with his other brother, Peter Anderson, at Vancouver, hetore returning
to his home on   tlie island.
W. IL Inman, M.O., consulting eye
specialist, of Winnipeg, will be in
Cranbrook Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, May 11, 12 aad 13.
Twenty-nine years viperience ia
Winnipeg and correcting over 50,000
cases of defective sight insures the
most accurate results. If you have
trouble witb tbe eyes or need
glasses accurately fitted at reasonable
prices consult bim early. Appointments may be made by letter ot
telephone it Cranbrook Drue ft Book
Co., Ltd. Mt
New and Up to Date
Dressmaking
Parlors
liver the  Krnai   Investment
Co.'s Orti.'i-
MRS. M0ITITT & MIVS CLINE
GEORGE: C. KGG
MMIHCI, HII.O.KC SWHMIINMNI
a«i> vw.im.iii.
Mnlltreii), Iiui.!,hi  I Tnrullln
i*:>i.,.iii*i,f,*
I'l.AXS. KS'I .MATES  AMI .-.I'.:.*!
llr.Tl.iNS UN ---.lllllll NOTIl li
IMI. llm nil NK..SON, ll .*
**********************
:: Presbyterian ehHr€l>::
STATED SERVICES
..   Siuiiliiy morning Bervice at 11
i.Yim'k
Sunday   evening    service   at''
7.110 o'clock
' '   s lay     School   nml    l.i.,U*
class*, ul .'! o'olock
Presbyterian   (iniiii, Tuesday,
ul K u'rlork
OTTAWA.
Mm liliy A Fisher,
I'.ii ll.iini-iiUi y,     Ur iiuitiiii-ntnl
Patent Ollice Agent*.
,i. w. ii iti. tan .io
V. I.IIINAttV SIMMON
l.i-n.lniile uf Ontario Veleiliuuj
College, Toronto, in Im.s.
i iin,Iiiiiii- mul Mfhill.-I i.l
Mi*Killi|i's   V.'l.'i (linn    College,
I'llil'll*-*!!, in I'.'llll.
Mm-     ypur,.'     iiX|ll-l'li.lli*e    in
Vi-lorinary iniu'iii**- in Mniittiilm.
Mike « Cnofcniiik Hole).
THE
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo,  B.C.
1'AIM. ST. .HlllX, l'i,,|„i,*i„i
South-east Koolenoy's Ureal
Siiiiiiii*,!* Ilesorl
HUNTING ANU FISHING
Jusl lhe |iliif. in epenil ti tew
.lay*-' viliiiliuii
Rni- Hlnclieil willi tin' ln-si
|iinlli|i --t-ivifr llrst-i-lilfls
.   lV,nii,irlill-l,> llonili.
Practice Hetore Hallway CommtsMoi
t'liiiili-H Mm i.l.v. llarulil Kisher.
I'llKurliNI*  Liiikik No. IIH
KNItilliS   of   PYTHIAS
Criinbrouk, II. C.
Meets eveiy Tuesday al I. *   in   al
New 1'ra.ernlty Hall.
... It. Ill-Intel sol, K. nl 11. * H.
IV. A. Hollins, 0. O.
V.t.tlng  krethrtt cordially lavlu*
lo attend.
O.n.P.    Key Clly I.il.
No. 41. Heels mrf
Monday    light    at
New     Fraternity    Hall.      Sojourning Oddlellowt cordially Invited.
F. 1'.. Haines, Win. Harris,
N. O. See'y.
MACHINERY
FOR SALE
Four     INCEKSOl.i.   - SERtlEAN
Class "A" Straight Line An Compressors.      Air     cylinders  -ti}   iu,
hv *m in.     In good working condition.     Available about July, lilus
One VULCAN, four-wheel, " Saddle
tank-, steam locomotive, 12 in
gauge. Cylinders 104 '"- x "' '"■
Built   1003.     Immediate delivery.
One CANADIAN, four-wheel, Saddle
tank, steam locomotive, 12 in,
gauge. Cylinders Irt lu. x llln.
Muilt, 1902.      Immediate delivery
One POKTEll, four-wheel, Siiddli
tank, steam locomotive, Standard
gauge 2 in. X A in. Cylinders 1 in,
x 12 in. Purchased, 1001. Immediate delivery.
Four JEFFREY, ten ton, electric
locomotives, Hi! in. gaiige,
volt. Direct current. In nond
working order. Available uhoiti
Julv, ions.
Three UDOEItWOOt) El,EC lP.lt
HOISTS, 75 h.p, Equipped with
duplicate Jeffrey V.H. ml h.p
motors, 22d volt. Direct current
ivailable about Mav,  100S.
One ALDRICIl ELECTRIC PIMP
Portable, mounted for 36 in. track.
Capacitv 100 gallons on 300 ft
lift. Equipped with 10 h.p. West-
Inghouse motor, 220 volt. Direct
eurrent. Purchased 1807, Immediate delivery.
The machinery listed above will all
be avitable during present season, mv.
ing to heing replaced hv larger equip
ment,
Write for detail    specifications aud
prices.
CROWS NEST PASS
GOAL COMPANY, Ltd.
J. B. TURNEV, Purchasing Agent
Hemic, II. C.
4-31
CRANHROOK   LAND DISTKICT
DISTRICT OF     SOUTHERN DIVI
I SION   EAST   KOOTENAY
Take notice Unit Catherine Me
Iiiuis, ol Elkniouth, it. (V, wife o
Malcolm Mclnnis. of she same place
iii tends to apply for permission      t.
fiiirch»M' the following described
und
Commencing ;ii a post- pluuicd
the   northwest    corner    of Lot 123,
Kast Kootenay     llistrict', Ihence cast
eightv ehains, thenco norlh K0 chuius,
thei.tf     west to Lot 112*11, Iheii    ful
lowiii.-;    the     hoiinklnry    line of  Lot:
N2fil and -1112 and the right of way
ot lhe Crown  Nest Southern railway
to lbe polnl of commencement,   nnd
eoiit-iiiiuiv.  imi acres, more or lens.
CiilliiTitir Mclnnis, Locator,
M.tlf.-lin Mi.liml.-t, At'.eni.
Ita ted March 25th, Pinx ll tti.
Drink Home Beer
It Ia Pure
It It Healthy
It l» the Bent
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
.it
kiseltook Ud|t, No. M
a. P. * A. M.
Regulai meetlagi ui
tke tk.rd Tkiiiede,
o. every ni.nU.
VUlttog hreti.m welcomed.
S  II. llnskins, W, M.
I-i. IV. i'iiiiiiiiIIj*. suTrtary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Mecl every   Friday    evening at I
|i In . in Ifili-.iHi Tlie.iLle.
Thos. die, W. P.
('lias.  Smith, Secretary.
Visiting liieilin-ii toidially iuvued.
I.OVAI. ..RANGE LODGE, NO. lilt
CRANHROOK
Mint at II. ul ... F. Hall 2nd  ai.d
llh Saturday each month.
VUiilng Ineiliiii always welo-tuus
.1. E. Larrigan, W. M.
..uim MiLiiiii/liliiii, lice. Sec.
\V. F. OUKI).
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc,
CHANUHOOK,BRITISH COL. HI...
****»*****»***»»*»»»***».
*      C. H. DUNBAR      j
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   »
Public, Etc I
Cranhrook,    •    •    II. C.   3
'i*************************
IIRS. KINU & QREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
..die. at HeaMeaoe, Arnistroug Ave,
OFFICE HOURS:
Forenoons 11..111 to I.1.1111
Afternoons - • • 2.011 to   I..I.I
Evenings - . . . 7.31. to   •:.(.
Sundays - - - - i.llll to   4.30
CRANHROOK :l    ::    i:    u    U. V,
OK. P. li. KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
II to Vi a.m.
. to   ll p.m.
7 in   8 p.m.
otiii'i- nml residence on Armstrong nv.
C.1AM..I....K        .       ■       .    1..C.
OK. P. B. MILiBS
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOUHS:
<i In 12 a.m.
. .o   11 p.m.
7 In   h p.m.
i.Hi. ,* In new Hi-lil III,,. I
oiuN.mnoK      .    -    - h c
- ********************i
*  .1   Il.n M\ll\ilf a. t'CMUINil*.
; j CUMMINUS & CUMMINQS !,
CIVIL  liNlilNllttS AND  IH.M.N.II.N
< i    amu ... c. unii simvevoits
:!mo;M8 Cranbrook, B.C.
**********************
——— WANTED
to lieur fi-iiin uivnerliavliiir
A GOOD FARM
forhhIi'. N.o iiiuii,iihii almul loon-
Hon. I'l.tiw ift re price and description, mul ri'im.iii [or HcllitiK. HIihh
wlieu jiuHHi'SHion rnn he had Will
.!*.,!I with owner* only.
L.UerbfHliire.BaititU RocbwUr'N. Y.

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