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Array THE CRAiN BROOK HERALD.
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VOI.UMK  10
0BAKBU0OK,   BtBITISH   OOI.U.MHIA,   TIIl'ltSDAY. JULY    I,   1!H)7
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NUM11KU    I
ADYIOliTININO   IN   THIS I'AI'Kl!   COSTS   VOU   NOTHING,   AS  IT  ALWAYS  1UMM.S  VOl   SOMETHING,
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HUD officii.-iouonio
B  I. WALKER, Pi.ald.nt
ALU. LAIRD, Gram! M.n.[.r
A. U  IRKLAMD, Superlnt.ud.ut ef
UlSQibe.
KSTIUUSUKU KM*
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Unmet.--, tbrouthuut Canada, and In the United States tad EnjUnd
A I.KNIKAl. IIANKIMJ BUSINESS TRANSACTU)
C.IMMLUC..L »NO I..IMEHU' PUMP. O.SCOUNTCO.
M
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits nl *l .nitl ii|i«m-.U received, und Interest allowed at
•uiit.li. rules. Tlie deposit.,.- is subject tu no delay whalavar Id
Uw wl.hdruwul ol (he wholu ur uuy p.u-tluu ol th* deposit.
Cranbrook I'ranch,     -      P. C. MALPAS, Manager
»♦*.
THE SOO-SPOKANE!
Cranbrook Now on Main Line of a Trans-
Continental Railway.
THE FIRST TRAIN EAST  MONDAY  AND  riHST TRAIN WEST
WEDNESDAY
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Important to Railroad Men
IT MEANS MUCH!   COSTS BUT LITTLE!
A small un in will indemnify
you  agninsl   ail   kiiuls  of
ACCIDENTS AND SICKNESS
(>ur pt lioiea contain the widest
Hint  most   liU-ml  conditioiiB.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate CKANKKOOK, 11. C. Insurance
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Fancy Soaps that are Pure
It you an' particular ahoul Soup, wo soil particular people,
PRICES
HV. per ink.-, or SSe, per Lux
20o.       '• fiOa,
Hfiii. per eake, or $1.00 per box
r.i)i*.       l- fUSH    "
.■,:,■.       •' 11.75    »
ppe our Window
l
C. E. REID ■_, CO.
me
DMIUUISTS
lli.pcnslnR I. uur .penally
Spokan* to St, Paul, via Crnnbrook nnJ the Soo-Spokane,
45I, hour., on one ol lhe lines, trains nn Ihe Continent.
St. Paul to Spokane, via Crnnbrook and the Suo-Spokane,
4,1.1 hours on one ol the finest trains on the Continent.
Spokane to St. Paul, via Northern Pacific, 1,5.3 miles.
Spokane to St. Paul, via lirea. Northern, 1,485 miles.
Spokane to St. Paul, via Son-Spokane and Cranbrook, 1,480
mile..
WILL BUILD DOCKS
AT PORT SIMPSON
Victoria, June 20,—A party of engineers lor llu- Hudson ll:ty-I>.irii.c
railway ere expected to arrlvo here
totl.ty en mule in Port Simpson to
commence work on Uio construction
..I railway docks at lhe place. Tlio
engineers wl... aro coming by way ...
Seattle, will lay yards, etc., lor tho
eompany. As soon us this has been
.lone the work ol building an ocean
dock will coinmeuce, an.l it is expects
..I w.ll bo complete! beloro September.
Malcolm I.. Macdonald ami .1 party
..1 directors ol the roail, with surveyors ...til engineers, will .triive in
Victoria U.c ...i.l.llc ni July, They
will no lu Port Sinutson, 'and Irom
Ibis point go over the route ot the
...ad eastward up U.e Skecna river,
through the i'.-acc Hirer district, and
...eel a   party of   surveyors    which
lulled from the Athabasca lake dis-
uict lust week.
Two parties of engineers and surveyors are now at work laying out
lhe li.ule ol the new load. One
slutted from Fori Churchill, „n Hudson Hay, tn work westward, and the
oilier Iron, the Athabasca lake dis-
Iriot to work, toward the Pacific
ocean.
All surveys ...id preliminary work
will be completed l.y full.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Crui
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*
* Yon con Boeure excellent liootns an.l t'onnl nt ,,
:       ,,,        !
♦
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THE WILGA
for  thr bu minor,   Mcnls   fnrnitlitil  without
ronius,   Tin1 service will plouso yon.
X
4 4
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OohiR   west,    di
10.2*5 a 111.
Going   east,    dm' at     CraiilirooK,
ll.Ofi p. 111.
Tlie long talkwl of Soo-Spokane
trains nre now n positive reality.
Last Monilny tin* Oral one arrived in
tlio city from Spokane just twenty-
six minutes laic due to delay at tlio
limmdaiy line, wtlii Conductor Caven
in charge, ami Engineer GUI at tlio
Mnottle. It was a glorious night
for tlie people of Cranhrook, and to
alimv their appreciation of tliis new
road anil the advantages that it
would give to this town, they were
at the station in a body, in tocl it
is estimated that not less than Kill
people welcomed the train when il
time in, nnd had nol tht' hour heen
it late there would have heen twice
„s many. As soon iis the train had
stopped' there was an expressed desire-on lhe part of (hose present to
view tlie Interior of the elegantly appointed cars, .mil this wisli was
nost graciously met by lhe attendants, and toy fifteen minutes a
stream of humanity poured through
the train, and all were loud In their
words of praise for the luxurious
!t|iilpmeul displayed. Mr. Ililliam,
ocnl Ktiperlntemlcni t.i the dining and
sleeping ear service, was kept busy
scoing that everything was pul in
proper s-hnpe. mul Mr. McCowan,
with a force of men. fusheil t*he
water and ice into the sleepers and
diners. Onlv one or two minutes
were Inst, and with a cry of "All
Aboard," from Conductor Caven. the
ureal irain started on its way to
St. Paul, and Cranbroob people went
mine happy. On Wodnesduy the flrsl
lain from'St. Paul arrived ahoul
wo houvs lale, which was n splendid
ecord, considering tlio long trip and
!n- (act  Hi.it everything was new.
DESCRIPTION    OF THE CARS
The      first   ol  the new Soo-Spokane
11 ii ins. e.i rrying   a  fa i r-sia nl number
4444444444444444444444 4444444444444444444444
Just Received    |
*%   SIXTEEN SOI IIAIRI: DIAMOND  RINliS |
Tho prices r;in;.v from $50 lo $1(0 apiece. J
Oftll Wi' 'it'll VIMI DUG ? 9
**\       ** •    M«    WIlrfOV/IMt Graduate Optician      JJ
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PHONG a»
I ii ne y nml Staple Groceries    ♦
«-,. ,.„. l,..„.l,|i,-„i,.,-..„ Kn.ll. nn,
I.UIIIIItlx 11,'H ,..•.-..    I.......	
i.kni im: i-i in ti.i-i.i; nviu i
i... it,.'..... -
STRAWBERRIES
i.l -.i.l It), tllli'm 	
.If. .-..lit    I ...   ,
CAMPBELL &  MANNING
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*■ BRIDAL GIFTS -**
Our lino of IIUI DAI. GIFTS ia varied, nnil wo
eiit.tr Ui different tauten, (lifts, uuitnhle for Ushers
or Bridesmaids nro also tn 1... fuiiinl in new uml
vurieil .l.'nini.B in Scarf Pins, Brooch Pins, lite.
We invito your Inspoolioi.',
W" F.TATEi:
Oilieial Watch Iimpector (or i;. P, I.
Crow's N«Ht Pans Division „T||K JEWJCLER
ttttttttMUiMiMiiiijMii I
employ ol D. C, Corbin for years,
working for him on lhc S. l-\ & N.
before the opening of the new 11 no
u\ tin- Ciiiiailian boundary.
The new train contains six ears,
and wilh on,' exception all bear lhe
words "Soo-Spokmno Line." The
inception is the ilii.er, whieh is the
Canadian Pacific standard The
Suo-Spokane .liner will be taken on
iil Portal and will In; attached to the
Haiti from Ihere to St. Paul.
The first ear iu Hie makeup of lhc
train is a combination railway
iiniii. express and baggage ear. This
car is ot unusual length, giving
ample room inr each nt lhe departments contained. The opening ol Hie
new route gives Spokane an a-dtli-
llonivl express line, the western.
Next behind the linggngo car comes
the tourist, built- on lhe latest, ideas
and scarcely inferior to tlie standard
deeper in finish. The ear is of ll
cciions, upholstered iu leather. Wilh
he exception ol the upholstering
ml the quality of the draperies,
very tlctnil is the same as in the
i.inilanl sleeper.
An addition that will Ire apprec.nl-
.1 by persons traveling tourist is   a
irge   smokini*    room,     finished     in
inhogaiiy and leather.     In this room
are wash-howls,   with hot, and   cold
v ati-i, .1  tank ut Iced drinking water
and mirrors.     There is nlso an clec-
tric fan to keep the air from lieiom-
iiit- laden with smoke,    Opening from
the smoker is lhe men's toilet, this
being   linislud  in   rubber tiling that.
can he washed   from top to bottom,
keeping   ihis section   perfectly   sanl-
itaiy.
At the end of the coach is a com-
partmenf containing a cooking range
Savings
Accounts
Invited
J
1      Interest Paid Quarterly
Cranbrook Branch • J. F. M. PINKHAM. Mgr.
MACLEOD .MAV    MANACII" I'.N.ll
Winnipeg, .lun,. an.-ll |s stalc(| „„
n.i.1 nuUi.itiiy ib.it IV. ,M. Muclcod,
.l.iel engineor ol the 0. N. ll will
l.e mailc manager „f the rimil, in suc-
ressloii tn K. A. ,|a„u.s, who recently rrsiKiii'd.    Mr, Afnolnxl is a ttior-
..uglily praotlcnl railway  .,    „„,i
ns counsels have always carried
jrciii weigh, in the mnnogcmci.t ..l
ho company's affairs, boll, in n,,.
ast iiini in the ,v,,st| ,,,„, )|is Belco.
lion lor th.- iu.iiortunt |H.siiit.i, ,„
mnnugcr seems a natural one;
(in. Macleod was usslstanl munns-
cr o. construction un lhe Crow.)
those desiring     to
[.mil   while ....     the
bent   their
1 ..i.i.
A standard day conch, containing
lu chairs, upholstered In green plush,
f I- iliii-.l in tin train This is to
accommodate the local trade.
Fourth in the train is the diner,
this being fi.ii.isl.cil by tho Cnnu-dinn
Four Free Shows
from .luly Sth u, 18th ut the
Mth bridge 25,000 Clnb
STREET  CARNIVAL
Two hundred p .rfonnera und
two brass bunds will give
fourteen shows daily.
Everybody is welcome,
j Wedding Trips, Stoves, K.tn.ii.ir,'. I>isl.,-s.
ele., all cost lots of money.    We i.ertl  Ihe
coin, uud I., get ii ,ve nro ninkiiiga&peoial
! HAMMOCKS
.1 regular price S6.25 Hammocks fur $5.00
S "       $4.00        •• $3.00
7 "        $5.75        " $4.65
4 "       S4.75        " $3.85
5 "       ?2.75Baby" $215
These prices .-.r.- f.,r si»,t cash only, and
remember, these feeds were bought cheaper
than i.nv ..tl.. i- it. town and the regular price
is better than the cut price ai some place.
Beattie & Atchison
The Leading Druggists and Stationers
Where It Will  l»ay You to Deal
mSaWsmmsssm
oeocHJoaaa©
(j
1). C. 0ORBI*"
The Muster Mind that Conceived nnd Built the Connecting Link
... passengers, left lhe new station of
the O. II. A N. yesterday afternoon
nt. 3.30 o'clock, on linn; to tbe minute, ami, inaugurated what is claimed
to Im the fastest, service tion. Spokane eus-t, says Tuesday's Spokesmen-
llevicw. The new train was drawn
by engine 1 ol the Spoknno-Intorna-
tlnnu! road, tho heaviest of the new
motive puwer on that line. Engineer AHirrt Mn-tthewsiin hold the
hioltle nnil Conductor .lulu, Sin-
flair hml the honor i.l being in churgo
ol the first train lo leave over the
new route.    Both have beea In    tbo
Pacific. The Interior liliisl. is mahogany, the green ioathor upholstery
giving n clean, cool appearance In
contrast with U.e war... tones ol the
woodwork], Chairs lor :»i persons
are furnished there being six two-
ilinii tables ami six tables set foi
lour persons.
Handsome, ling!Isl. silverware Is
carried, two complete sellings being
kept i.i stock. This, il was said
yesterday, is an Innovation iu dining
tin   service.        On,--   peculiarity   is
(Continued on  page eight.)
REID & COMPANY
]y[EN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN who arc particular
about their shoes will find perfect shoes here.
Don't waste lime going from one store to another to find
a shoe you'll like.
Come here first and save yourself trouble.
We've a long range of Styles
and prices
The country's best shoe makers make our Shoes on correct
lasts from such good leathers as Vici, Patent Kid and Colt
Skin, Gun Metal Calf, Canvas Shoes for Hot Weather,
Etc., Etc.
You can't turn round here without bumping into Good
Shoes.
REID & COMPANY ","
Where "Fit-Reform" Clothing is Sold
aoaaauuaauQjQsic-fi
CRANBROOK THE  CRANHROOK   HERALD
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WIGEN'S CELEBRATED !!
STRAWBERRIES 1
NOW ON THE MARKET
T
IIeatli|iiurt<_i'H fur
Cranbrook:
tl. T. ROOBRS
an.l ll..-
FINK MERCANTILE
CO., Ltd.
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VOTES wishiiiK t.. preserve the   ,,
Hnesl nl' fruit si.....1.1  .1., so
Between the Rrst and the
liighth oi July
If your ...'der for   preserving   is ,,
given   in   if tiny  of!   the  above. ''
......u-il llrms before July ist, su.-li ',',
.irdi'i-s iil promptly forwnnled to ,
...ci will lmve s|.i-.-ii.l attention und ''
ft,-.-, berry giiarnnteei.1. ,,
0. J. WIGEN, Wynndel, B. C. II
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RAILWAY ITEMS
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nf ito dispatchers ot-
11 rough ton, of tin*
ollice, visited  Moyie
DROWNED AT WARDNER
DIED BY HIS OWN HAND
11. S. Wilson,
lie.-,   ami   .1.   A
silll.'l'ililciiiii'lit':
on Monday.
0, c. Hanson, bhicksmllli in tlie
It. & li. dcpai imi'iii, left on Sunday,
ii<ci>tii|i.iiiitil liv liis Wife and sisli'i-
in-liiw, Miss Rollins, on an exIvmUxl
liolidny visit to Kiliuoiiton.
II, Gould, superintentient's ao-
tiiiiiii.uii, visited Kernic on Sunday;
and Monday last.
Wardner, July 1—At about. 5.3(1
p.m. on Ktlday afternoon, when Uw
river foreman awl Ins men, who wore
working about a mile up Hie river,
■ were getting int.. their boat to rc-
1 turn to town, tho hoat, nwln-* lo
iiu* swift undercurrent, capsized with
live ot lhc incii in if. One of the
ini'ii, I'al Itiggliis, sank Immediately
nml was seen no more. Another,
John ClHthotis. swam about four hundred yaitls, and although numerous ] l"^ ]
logs passed him <>n every side, yet ho;0[ stnii's
DOMINION DAY
observed
i"	
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hiui
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. i      New aud Strictly l-'irst I'll.ss
..     American l'l..... $:! rat per day up
Telephone 2081)    ..
I   HOTEL ST. FRANCIS j
Char. Hautxev, Proprietor.
U|.|Hiate C. I'. I:. Station
Vancouver, B. C. : j
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SETTLED   AT   LAST
FALLS   VIEW   HOTEL I
MAKYSVILLE, B C.
lis. changed huiul.".   .tins. M. lvii.ei.tsR la |.ro|trieloress,   'Naif ee.1.
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FISIIINU,
IIIINTIMi,
1'J.KAHSCl
SCKNKKY
AND
ATfRACTIVl!
l.ltlVLS
ISLAND HOTEL
P. McCI.NNKLL, Manner
THI- I.I-AI1IN0 SUMMER RESORT
OH EAST KOOn-NAV
On the Kootenay.   The centre of the
beautiful country south of Wardner
WALDO B. C.
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WHAT'S THK  USE AR0UING ?
UNEEDA
few WINDOW SCREENSornn Oil STOVE. We
have three si/en of screens and can tit any window
in the eity.
Six styles of nil Stoves. We feel sure we ean
supply jusl what you want. Better drop iu. If you
are a Missourian. su uiiieh llie better.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE CRANBROOK, B. C.
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UL L. McDERMOT  f
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Importers of
FOREIGN  LIQUORS, Sl'HI.l'IV, BEER,
MASS AI.K. Gl'INNESS' STOUT
SOLE AGENT FOR CALGARY BEER AND PORTER
I'll.ink i:
I! B. H. SHORT ("Si, CO. ii
The Painters and Decorators
Ltrge Stock of Latest Designs and Colorings
in Wall Papers
ESTIMATES FURNISHED R)K PAINTING,   ETC.
♦ ALL WORK OUARANTEED
;; Phone III      ARMSTRONG AVENUK  P. 0. Box U j j
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made no attempt to seize them ami
after it t iint1 sank to tbe bottom,
The other 111114' swam to the boom
were rescued hy a party of the
townsmen who went out in a hoat ti»
Iheir assistant!'. Itoth of Uul
nwiiiil men an* unmarried, The
lies have not yet lieen recovered.
Last Tuesday about 12.AU   a    man     ., (1
„a,„e.l Solon li:::.!.. who -l.u,l I..-.-I, en. ' ,""»"',»"lj>"y '"
ployed at tin- Cranbrook Sash A Door
Factory, committed suicide in his
room al the <'• 1'- •*■ boarding bouse
bv shooting himself witb a rifle. A
shot was heard    and a minute wHor
the man was seen coining down Ibe
stairs from lhe third lloor. leaving
behind a twil <>f blood on Ua* steps
that run from » ghastly wound in Ihe
~ sshtg down the first fllghli
iml then lo tin' second, tin*
evidently
Mis.W. T. llityii.
nirted un today's
in.
to whicl
Ihciii   Oil
has  tali* p     b
MeDougnll l.utuhi'
5 ami ItlOlllor detrain for Politic,
Haynes prccCfl-U
and  where     to
duties with     the
ompany.
Mis   I..    Dootun, of
visitinj-  Mis    A.   MeOnu
lav and Wedm-Mlay ot th.
Siid.ii.   was
W.   IVun,     ..I  Ihis   plnce,
appointed   assistant ngetil
thai   puint   on
\. Vollgiiy,
Klngsgute,
Wednesday.
and lefl     wilh hi
Wednesday,
S. customs iiilit'i*
.ilni   lilt*  eitv       i
ll. Itogtie, operator,
been transferred io the
part ment at Cnlgary.
Sirdar,
a i scvice
Oordon Sutherland, despatcher,
made a trip lo Klngsgute nu Mon*
lay ami returned thai evening mi
tlie Soo-Spokane Kiver.
Mrs.     J.  II.    Scott,  wife of the
chief despatcher, left lasl  week for a
holiday visit  to     Foil William and
will be away fnr smut* weeks,
Mrs. ('. II. Reed,   wife of lOiifflnccr
I teed, is visiiing relatives iu Pineher.
Wlckelt,
visited
operator
Coleman
man
act. was see'hii". t<
denlv In- stopped
iiiii back up the
llh-.ni, and Hi.'i
lu-n
IS SATISI-'IF.Il
Craiibronki. II   «' , -lulv :i, 1(1(17.
K.lii.it Herald:
Dear Sn: I am afraid there is no
chance of you having forgotten me,
sn there is un need in Introduce myself, hui io inishiess. i cannot'
in-l[i saying thai    if ihe "slrnnger"
tint; of his  rash
assistant'!*. Swl-
iid turning, hur-
italrs to the mp
Iu-sl* and   lo    his
Immediately     uH-.rwn.nl
another shol    was heard and au In-
male of     the house ai  olicii uolllled
Chief of Police How, win. htm ird
the   house  iin.mip.il I   ti
Morris,    Mr. How pushed o|
wlm
Wil
Ilea Ml
hiinili   mi-diil   int-ii
Iv  forgo
tla'"  ai
seen   tht'
would li
Hon inst
tn renini
pmalini*"
"Cran-1 expired
evident-    lb-all
lid   Inilinl    111
,, ih.. lloor v\iih lhc inp nl In
iiluallv blown nit. and lb
lo/ing from tho gaping wouw
showhid taint signs of lib' b
slit-lit strugglcH m l>rratho. Dn
Knn; and Oreen were notified an
snou after Dr. King arrived the ma
door
u lug
head
hi... ..I
this district was
manv     ways by manv
e.     Fortunately the day     was
niliful one, a bright sun shining
a balmy breeze blowing, making
ii   all   ihnl  could lie desired,      As a
result there were many picnic parties
m   Wasa,   Wild Horse, perry Creek
ami other    resorts about Cranhrook,
and all ol Hie plonkers had a     fine
lime.     Then ihere were celebrations
ul   Moyie,   Fori  Sleele and Crcston,
where Uio people alt had a good time.
Al Moyie they had the lumbering and
Caliilnniaii sports a ml a red hot hose
reel  rare between  the lown and    St.
Kugene mill  teams, with boating on
ihe lake and luncheons ou the opposite side of the hike iu nature's   own
paradise.     At Foil Steele hor.se rac-
. iui; was tlie program and the eclchra-
' "",'   ..,,," It nm  was    one ol     Ibe old fas-binned
"   ' """'' kind tlml caused    the blood lo Mngl
with pleasure as     Hie ponies dashed
if I'Ih* town in
ihr
11 down
Hn
II
-I. Moe, the popular station agent,
Aloe,   visited
lays during Hie
ick.
accompanied by   Mi
Spoknnc for a lew
It   of lasl
pil
A.    .1.
resident
mniiths,
with the
at Crows
Morgan, who has been a
iu the eity about three
has accepted a position
eompanv as assistant agent
Nest.
'Iti'ine Wits iml Iiniii in a
Ihal if the aforesaid li.nl
■Hy six months ago there
e been prnlso ami ndm I raid of censure, I know Uml
I was inns'! agreeably surprised to sen
so many Improvements everywhere,
such its sidewalks, real mails' being
made, lhat is wilh stones, the stores
all appurenllv nourishing, to say
nothing of the hotels and the Herald,
I have been slaying iu a wee town
imt a limiihnl miles away, wesi,
where 1 thought it was jusl lovely tti
watch Hie trees, flowers mid all
vegetation gradually grow, until I lie-
gau to wonder if I hatl got to somo
wonderful fa i ry Innd a nd a magic
waml was (lying around. The grass
was over three feel high ami the
flowers!—there they all were, growing iu a glorious, wild luxuriance,
but presently the beat began to cotne,
also ihose "playful imps." commonly
called mosquitoes, and tn realize
same one should he way down Mierc
in the lovely month of .lune. How*
ever, when I not back to Cranbiook
uud fiuiiitl the dcli_h1ful zeplier
breezes ami comparatively no imps.
I still Ihoughl of the magic wand.
There Is no doubt about it tint thai
Hrilish Columbia is a wonderful country with n wonderful climate nnd 1
am proud lo lie able to say so, also
s-rateful lo (lod and all concerned
that I have at lasl been nermltled to
gratify a life-long ambition, viz: lo
see Western Canada.
I urn, vours trulv,
A Twelve Months Resident
(!. .r. Bury, assistant general manager, and H. It. Jamieson, general
su|>crintcudeiii, arrived iu Crnnbrook
on Sunday from the west, and consulted with Superintendent G. Krickson, ami local officials iu reference
lo Hie inaugural ion of the new train
service. The parly proceeded iiisi
on train No. <i Sunday afternoon.
Mil.
AM) MRS. I1AVNKS RKMKM
BERED
R. P.   Moltntt,
panied by his wife
machinist, nccom*
left for Vnucou-
i holidav visit.
ver on Mondn:
Hugh MacDonald, formerly fit tr
shook hands with a large number of
passed ihnuigh Hie city on Wednesday accompanying bis mother part of
hei- journey to the coast. Hugh
Shook ha nils with a large number of
friemls and stifled tlml he wished lie
were Imoic here again.
Art Shnnklnnd, steam fitter, left'
on Saturday for England to visil relatives and friends, and last but not
least, his fiancee. Art lias decided
in desert lhe ranks ot the bachelors
and on bis return In Craubrook he
well he accompanied by liis bride.
■I. II. Mucl.cun, litter, accompanied
by Mrs. McLean, left on today's
train for St. Thomas, Out., on an
extended holiday trip.
Mrs. W. (1. Morton, wife of Mr.
Morton, litter, lefl yesterday for a
holiday visit lo points in Vermont
and Maine-
Mrs. Ar^ue and children, family of
.1. II. Argue, coach carpenter, left
this week on a holiday trip lo 01-
Inwn.
A. P. Thompson, of lhe superintendent's ollice at Nortli Bay, Out.,
has been appointed to the position of
secretary to Superintendent Erickson, succeeding Art Wilson, who has
entered the train service.
Engineer All Killins is still iu Hie
luispi-tnl at Montreal, undergoing
treatment hv specialists lor his
back.
James Smith, brakeman, will leave
oa Friday for a holiday visit, to
Aberdeen, Scotland, and will be absent- about three months.
Conductor A. C, Choqtiettc will
have shortly for Montreal and points
in Vermont on vacation.
Tlie change in train service inaugurated mi July flrsl has been the
means of advancing a number of
trainmen and eilglnemen in the service. \mniit; those nbtaiiiing promotion are   conductors DeVere  Hunt,
Ins. Hull and Thos. Caven, who will
hereafter he in charge of the Soo-
Spokane Flyer between I.ethbridge
and  Kiiigsga'lc.       Coiiduelors  Joseph
laekson, K. I.. Becker, J. Barreau,
W. II. ((reaves aud T. A. Cory will
run trains ft and li between Medicine
Hat and the Landing with hendunr-
ters at Cranbrook. This latter arrangement gives general satisfaction,
us it  hns  the   advantage of shorten-
irg Hie hours of duty. The following conductors have been transferred
lo Lct-bbridge: Wm. Cleary, Don McKillop, II. Merion, J. L. Johnston,
P. Cnrruthers, W. A. MneAulay, U.
r. Turin.
The work on Crows Nest terminals are lieing rapidly pushed forward
11nl this will soon be a thriving railway settlement at this new divisional point.
There is imperative need of additional lights at the station since
there are to lie trains coming in at
the middle of the night, Not only
is it dangerous lo lmve the platform
dark, lint il makes [1 Impossible for
lhe police lo protect the people Irom
nlilirrv. A few more lights would
be a great thing.
The Rehcknhs of this city gave
very pleasant entertainment Tuesday
evening to the members of the I. O.
0. F. und their own lodge at the
residence of J. T. Williams, the ik--
i-asion being the departure of Mr.
ami Mrs. Haynes yesterday for Fernie, where thev will make their future home. The weather was Just,
right for a portion of the evening U
to s'-eiit on Ihe beautiful lawn of Mr.
Williams' home, and this part of the
program was thoroughly enjoyed.
La-lor, through the courtesy of Rev,
Flewelling, the party adjourned to his
house where they bad the use of
piano and a musical program \
presented, combined with recitations, that was made entertaining
Al the close Miss Ethel McKay read
an address prepared by a committee
composed nf Misses McKay and Johnson and Friil McKay, which expressed
the thank-' nf the members of the two
lodges fnr tlie good work -dmie by
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes ami the hope
lhat Hie future would bring to them
even grenier prosperity and happiness
than had the past. As a token of
lhe esteem in which they were held
a handsome solid oak rocker was presented in iK-half of the memlKTs
of hoih lodges. Later refreshments were serve'] and then all sa-id
mmd night, with wishes ot good
luck.
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes left yesterday
Inr Fernie, where Mr. Haynes has accepted a position witb the Fernie
I,umbel company as bookkeeper at an
attractive salary. ' Mr. Haynes is a
man of ability and one who will
make good iu any posilion, and his
friends here wish him everv prosper
Hy.
HARRIS-SINCLAIR
A very pretty wedding took place
al lhe home ot Mr. aud Mrs. A. W.
Sinclair on Wednesday, June lfttli,
when Hieir daughter, Nettle E. Sinclair, w.is married to Mr. Charles O.
Harris, nf Cranbrook, B. 0. The
ltcv. Ucorgu Wait, of Melbourne, oi-
llcinted. The parlor was beautifully
decorated with evergreens, white
lilac and roses, the ceremony was
performed under a hell id white
lilacs. The bride, who was given
away by her father, wore a gown of
white silk organdie muslin, trimmed
wilh Oriental lace and insertion,
with veil and coronet of orange blossoms ami rallied a bouquet of wbitt
roses ami lillies of the valley and
maiden bulr fern, lift only ornament
being a handsome necklace, Hie gift
ol iiu* gtoom. Tbe bridesmaid, Miss
Mary Leggo, or Montreal, wore a
gown of while Swiss muslin Dimmed
with v.ib-iiiieune late and insertion
and blue ribbon, uml a blue picture
hai, The groom was attended hy
Mr. -li.hu A. Sinclair, brother of the
ibride. The groom's gift to the
bridesmaid wns a gold necklet ami
ntini ami to the best man gold cuff
links. The yoiurg couple left ou Ibe
afternoon train for Hamilton, Niagara and other western places, where
they will .spend some time before returning lo their home iu Cranbrook,
B, C. The bride traveled iu a him;
chiffon lii'iadctol'li suit ami a cluny
lace blouse and black picture hat.
The bride received many beautiful
and costly gifts.
FCSHIMI'S PARTING GIFT
Victoria, June 28.—Before sailing
on II. M. S. Monmouth for Japan,
Priuee Ftishiml presented Mr. W. R.
Baker with a magnificent silver and
gold howl nn which nre engraved the
persoiifil crest of the Prince as a
mark of   his   appreciation    for the
hem
The body was taken     lo
delinking    parlors when-
beld   lo await   wold  limn
elalives.      The ael   nf  suicide      was
■ommitted hv placing Ihe end of the
nib* in the moi I 111 and touching nil
Hie liiu-ner willi lhe tm- nf the shoe.
The tirsi attempl bad evidently been
a slip, and only lhe chill ami portion
nf ihe nose was injured. Hut again
gaining courage llu- man returned
wiih ihe determination tn finish himself, and taking nn chances In* adopted the means that ineaiii sure death,
as Hie rifle was one of a large bore.
There is nn reason known fnr lhe
act, as the man was iu good hea'lth,
hut was temporarily out nf work. He
left a note giving Hie name nf a per-
s.ui wlm held his will. He had evidently come frnm Ontario, near
Hamilton, ami an effort is Mug made
lu locale his relatives.
BASEBALL MEETING
meet in?"
, even-
ise   of
All
should
A largo and enthusiasli
was held in the lire hall ou llu
ing of June 2Xih for the purpi
forming a citv baseball league
present agreed ih.it Cranhrook
nol fall behind in ihis particular hm
of sport, as ihere are a goodly mini
her lo select tennis from iu Hns city
The following officers were elected:
linn. Picsideiit-Hr. -1- H. King.
President—D, -I. MeSweyn.
Vlce-Prestdeiit-W. II. Wilson.
Si-crirtary—W.  DeBeek.
Treasurer-It. H. Miller.
It was moved Ihal K. II. Small
and James Hates be official umpires.
A. McCowan In he official score
keeper.
F. Duffielii, F. R- Anderson, S.
McLean ami F. McKny representing
each team and to he management!
committee.
A vote of thanks was passed Win,
llavward. win. sn kindly had the ball
iu readiness fnr Hie meeting.
djourned until      Hie
schedule will   be
wild
eniilest
The meeting
ni
■ll nf .lulv, wl
en
awn up.
IS IT (Hit OLD FR1END1
Dr. Cross, veterinary dentist, of
Aslicroft,   also    representing Hie
Sim rples   cream     separa lor,  who
has been  in  llie   vallley for    several     weeks,   lefl  on Tuesday fnr
Princeton and Hie interior.     Several machines have been bought by
local parlies and aie giving entire
satisfaction.—Nleolfl Herald.
Is it possible    that  this Dr. Cross
and the "doctor"     Cross Ihal talked
horse iu ibis dislriel, are one and the
same'.'        If so many readers of   the
Herald     will he pleased lo know    of
thai  gentleman's whereabouts.     The
"Doctor" Cross who resided in Criiii-
hioti'ii had so many    friends iu Criin-
hrnok, friends whn wnuld like tn   see
more of him,    friemls    wlm mourned
his departure, and friemls who   woulh
he tailed to dentil to see bim once
again.
MOSQUITOES  IMUVK MEN  FROM
CAMPS
New Westminster. June 2.1.—Loggers nnd workmen iu camps along
Slave river and other points iu the
upper Frasei Valley have lieen driven
from iheir work on account of the
unusual number of mosquitoes in the
woods this season.
Reports received say the small pest
has iieen so troublesome Ibis year
thai the men engaged iu logging and
government construction camps bave
refused to work iu the woods, and
the foremen have bad to suspend
work ai.tl close their camps temporarily till the mosquitoes heroine lest
troublesome, It is many years since
mosquitoes have been so numerous
iu tbe Frasei valley, and the high
water Is believed lo he the cause
this year.
SPARHAM-HOGKKS
A few thus ago at Wardner Mr.
E. II. Sparham ami Miss Selina Rogers were united in marriage-by the
Rev. Robert Hughes. The bride' vcrv
recently arrived frmn the Old Country, and is,-like ber husband, ,, native
of Derbyshire. A sumptuous repast
was prepared for a few intimate
friends at Hie close nf ihe ceremony.
Mr. E. Rogers, brother nf the bride
and Mr. P. Ariharl neled as wlt-
lesses. The people uf Wardner
.'isii Mr. and Mis. Sparham a happy
nd prosperous wedded life.
RIDES TO HEATH ON  HORSE
Morrieelown, July l.-Wlib his
arms waving madly and uttering loud
shouts of defiance, Joe Roberts, one
if lhe oldest pioneers of tbe Bulkley
VjJIev, rode to his death a week ago.
Roberts lived on a ranch Just outside nf Morrlectown, lie became demented recently and lhe wild carousal
he started upon ended In bis death.
On horseback be rode wildly through
the one street of Morriietown and
down to the brink of Crystal creek.
Leaping from his horse be jumped Into the icy torrent and was swiftly
carried into Bulk ley river. He was
drowned and his body was never recovered,
fnr supremacy
re were many races and many lint
finishes, ami those wlm were proReiil
nil) Uml the) m-vi'i had a helli-i
lune mi a public dav. Tlie people nl
Fori Steele are feeiing vcrv Hiaiiklnl
nver ih.* large tilteudnnep from dan
brook, which did mi much tn make
the day a success. Al Crcston, thai
land nt oranges and Florida ell male,
Hie people had a Dominion Day baptism, iis it "was their first cclelna-
ml riglil rnynlly did Uu* people
i nourishing fruit center entile great crowd <>f visitors
hunt s|»>it, well, ihey had it.
There were (not races, poll)'
act's, jumping malt-lies, baseball game
ml pretty women gulore.     It    wus
glorious    day, a   glorious success
ml a big    ad.'   fnr Creston ami hei
nergetic  peuple.
When You Fail to Get
the 'Hungry Feeling'
ll is time lot j.... to con- ■
suit an A. 11 C. box of
Salted Sodas —a biscuit
that is the very life of
wheal and wi'h ji.st a
l.lmy coaiinK «f refined
sail. Just cat one; il will
t*ive you an a-tpctiie. It
will make you (eel as
though you should cat.
I:al one biscuit and ynu
will he huiiRry. Then, lit..,
when you patronize A.U.C
Biscuits you are not only
KclhiiK the best but also
helping lo build up lhe
Wesi. If your grocir dues
not sell them, wrile for
tiial package and menlii.n
his
..I .1...
lerlnh
'Inil. .
I here.
Kill
TIMIIKl!   SAI.I-: UN  lllll.I (III-
T..\  ISLAM)
Nil
l.if.l-
llninsiiiiil urn's nl tin.lit-i
hi llronghlon isln.nl i.-n.i .11.11-
l.t-n/if Sniiiiil were sultl last ttet-^i to
AnieiTi-iiii liinilieniii'ii Irom Mlnnesntii.
Tin- priee fmitl for tl.e limits was
jusl over $1(1,(1.1... Tl.e sale was
I.m ilitoun-li by -I. 11. Tilliii, manager
of the lletl I'eilai Lumher con.f.aiiy
mi Powell siieei.
Tile iiuit'liitseis' naliies would hot
he given .or puhlieaiio.., hut il is
umlersltiotl that ihey represent .
large a.noun, of Ameriean eapi.al
tthi.-li will In- inves-tetl in oilier litu-
hei anil minging propositions it. lt.il-
isl. litlumhia — Vaneciiver I'roviuct
ALL  OKK  WITH  I'OLI'Mlll'S
t'rookstou, .Minn., June 21).—The
(■imliaet.u ililehing un the stale experimental farm yesterday tumid a
ship's alienor of unll.|uu pal-tern hurled al a depth of six feet in solid
flay, under sod never before broken.
The .iiuil... is similar tti those used
by Norsemen about nine centuries
ago. The ant-hot, it is surmised, is a
relic uf a Noise expedition dining
tl.e Norman era, when 1I.0 lied river
valley was a portion of Lake Winnipeg and could be reached hy sail Irom
.he Atlantic.
A CHINESE   l'l IAN (IE
There has heen a change in the proprietorship   ol    ...... of   tin-   leading
I'hinese stores in  town.     Ihllig Sing,
Hans l.utn, Hani; l''.ni, Hop Lou.   and
lui Willi welt-     pail.if.s doing business i.s Hie Lee t'liang company. Now
Vol  Wins has     bought out all     U.e
iiiht-i pnrlncrs and will tun the com-
piill)   himself.     The stole is opposite
the t'. 1'. It. station .....I will keep all
classes ul line Chinese goods, nml tl.e
public nre m.iitil i., call in.
SHU "11A1SED." HIM
A young man who bud not Inc.,
...iiiniil Inns remarked at tl.e dinner
Initio- Ibe ullier duy:
".My dear, I wish mi ..Id    make
brend   such   as    ...oilier    used     t„
make."
The In i.l.- sn.il.il, and answered i.
a voice thai did not Irenililo.
"Well, dear, I wish you could make
the duiigl. ihnl lather used to make'
—Ex.
TWO HOUSES
FOR SALE
t... Two Lute. (Inly Three
minutes' walk from Huk.r St.
( i.il- lionet-1.us six rooms, U.e
other four rooms. City wnler.
Ki'iict'il.   A ";.jo.I iiiveslment.
Price $1,800 cash
< Ir T.-rms.
For purtit-iilurs.   inquire   a
" Herald " (MBce.
R. G.  McPHfiR
THE NEW
PAINTER
;;« wuKitAHi.urouK skin wmnw.
.Ilil'AkfMliNr
I Iu, vi. aueureil rite .en-ire. of
in... ot the liiict aign tttit.'tt. in < .
11.1'., an.) ...... triiaiiuilt... ll.c I.eal
i i work io every brunch ..( the Sij...
Wri.ii.il Art.
ritHl't-luaa    wo.k     ....     Sl.otl
Nolle...
ANYTHINIi FROM COTTON SIIWS Tl.
Tim MOST C..SI..V KMHOSSINU
A Trial Will Convince
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MOYIE
DAIR_Y
HATT ,v r.lSSl.M, l-iopii.-iuis
This Dairy will deliver
milk every morning in
Cranbrook.
The milk is of tlie best
quality, rich and pure,
MOYIE   -   B. C.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
(HINTS LIST
Suits 	
Jackets ... .
Pants   ...
Vests, Fancy, I'lain
and all colors ....
I'.t.ln-oals 	
Oveicoals 	
Kail Uvelciiitts 	
l-'ni- Overcoats 	
Hats   Krom
l.ressing (luwins
From 	
Sweater 	
Ca|.s, Neckties and
utoves Fro...
Iin-ss Suits 	
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15 51.75
5 Lllll
15       511
25
Lllll
1 nil
1,35
511
1.511
1.5U
1.75
2.50
50
LADIES LIST
I'lain
Full Dresses,
From 	
Skills,  I'lain 	
Evening Dresses
From  	
Skirts	
Waists, I'lain 	
Waists,  Fancy 	
Opera Cloaks'	
Trimmed Hals	
.times,  Necklics
All Ij.ii.1s ...From
Lace Curtains 	
I'iano Covers
From 	
lings, all kinds
From 	
Portieres   ... From
Draperies From
Doilies, l.altei.hurg
Finn.	
1.50
...10
1.25
51)
75
1.50
50
5
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25
15
71
!.75
1.75
1.25
2.25
1.5.1
75
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4.1
CIIII.DHENS' LIST
Dresses.  Frtun 50      61.
Robes   50
llo.iiiels   ...    From 20
Hugs  From 40       50
Furs  From 211
Drains,   Outfits,     Naval,   Military
Police, and Lodge Uniforms.
These prices include pressing    and
small repairing.
Any ol above articles done at halt
price as li.st order.
QEim   .1.   LEASK,  Tailor
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ii J. EDGAR DAVIS ii
llltll'K
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WOHK
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WANTED
Man to contract lor sawing lath at,
our   .latTruy mill -     For particulars
...anv kindnesses Vxtended to lnni   by  apply to   North   Star Lumher com-
tl.e 0. 1'. 11. through Mr. Baker. pany, Elkg, B. C.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*<«4->.>*<>««.<,4,.).)»<,
:: WOOD FOR SALEi
<' I have seen red machinery for
] ' HHwinj,' wihkI, anil um now pre*
' pfireil to contract for Wood of any
, , length, In lurj-i- or tonall ijuan*
T lilies.
out-of-town contracts nolleltftl.
For further particulars athlress
JR. .SHcNEILLii
Cranbrook, B. C,
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WANTED
50 Tiemakers
AT ONCE
I \ For further piirtio.ilnrs apply ',',
nt W. li Werdon's (IIHee,
READ THE HERALD
$2.00 A YEAR DHJa < if vMutooK:iii:iiAi.i>
If you   want a   OOQ  COLLAR  or  CHAIN {j
SEI:   OUR   WINDOW
We have a HARDEN HOSE that
will stand the water pressure this
year. Try a length on our sprinklers
J. G. McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
MI'HC'IANT
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The Cosmopolitan
E. H. SMALL
Muager
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
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(lend S.aWlin in Ctmnei.li.n
N.....I lo r.li.oa.t aild .le|.nl.     Una .eeouiiiiinl.
lion. I„r tit. public unequalled in Cranbrook
Hul anil Cold Hatha
llnggarth & k'olli.-!.
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LUMBER
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Saw and Planing Mills
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L. CLAPP
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W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
out ol the 24
THE HERALD $2.00 A YEAR
Rambling Reveries
BY A DBGAHER.
HER MONUMENT
Slit* imi It it Iwrselt, and she     did
not know that site had a monument.
Sue lived iu It, but she did not know
that. it. existed.
Her monument was her home.     It
[grew so quietly, as quietly as u flow-
Ier grows, anil no mie knew—she did
lint know herself—linw ninth she had
doiio tn tend and water and train it.
Hoc husband had absolute ttust in
[her. He earned thfl money; al.u ex-
Iponded it. And aa she put as much
thought In her expenditure as she put
iiu his earning, each dollar was
dotiM in the expending, she had
inherited that mysterious faculty
| which we call tasle, and she cultivated it with (Ideliiv. Every homo sh,*
j visited she sludied. though always unconsciously, uk thmiKh it were a
museum ni an art gallery; and from
I'verv visil she brought away smite
thought which came out ol her loving
imagination tilted   tn its appropriate
1.1,1 re  iu  her own    linnie.        She  was
Inn gonial  t" he an imilatoi— loi   llr.
it-itlon is nlwnys nf Lin to falsi-lm.nl
-and  she ahlinied     Ialsehn.nl.        She
I was patient  with ovorything hut    a
'li,'.     So she never   copied In    hei
i homo ni on her person that shehad
seen   blsowlioic; yet everything     she
I savs elsewhere entered Into and Mped
'in complete lhe   porloct picture    ol
lue   which she   was always paittUng
wilh dell fingers in everything,   from
the    honeysuckle   which she trained
over the dniii, to the bureau in   the
niiesi s-   room    whieh   ber  designing
made a now mode ol art fnr    every
new friend, if it were only by a new
nosegay anil a ehange ol   vases.  Putting her own   personality Into    hei
home, making every room and almost
every article of   furniture speak    of
hei,'she hud  the   gift lo draw     out
(nun every gitcst his personality and
make him ul home und so make him
ihis   truest   uud best self.     Whither
niiiii or woman of the world     could
i long resist    the subtle influences    ol
' ilia' home; the    warmth of its truth
and love thawed out. the frozen pro-
p'-iclles from impersonated ctjmjfillo,
ami wh-aleviT c|rp|p Of Iriciitlti silt on
the broad piazza    lu summer or open
lire in   winter   knew   for a time the
! rare joy of liberty—the liberty of per
feel   truth nnd   nerlect love.      I 1cm
home   was   hospitable   bepnpse   hei
heart was large; uud anyone was her
'friend to    whom she could minister
iHut her In-a rl  was like the old -.Jew*
! isli temple—strangers only came Into
[the courl of the gentiles, friends into
the inner court; her husband and liei
I children found a court yet nenrer her
heart of hearts; yet even ihey knew
illi.il there was % holy of holies whieh
she kept for lief f'Otl and Ihey loved
•and revered hep lint  more for il. Sn
.strangely    was   ppmiplngled |n    her
lhe e-Vilusiveiiess ol Ipivo, its hospital-
'iIv and its reserve.
I   Ah,   blessed   liouie-huilder.     There
ils nothing so sacred on earth, and in.
'priest o|i earth so divine as the Wife
and mother who makes it.
REFLECTION
Yes, whet) we consider that so vast
;i number of our youni* people, especially the boys, make such lamentable mistake'', we are led in inflect.
The hoys, our boys, bow soon they
become restive under tbe restraints of
borne, and determine to bcpop~e Independent, find go out to mingle >vilh
the promiscuous crowd, heroine familiar with Us ways listen lo its
oalhs, its songs, its ohscenp jests,
learn to smoke, to i-tow, to drinb, to
gapible; nssoplatp with evil companions .uul at last craziMl by the devil
linn, commit some overt act that
brings I hem down to shame, and
disgrace falls on thpso who love them
lies!.
All who till our jails anb stand beneath the shadow of the gallows,
have Once stood where you are standing now. Have ynu hot seen that
I mother Imeel ami beard her pray ihat
'ton may walk aright, and heard thnt
I lather's warning voice bidding you
I beware-' Every true friend ynu have
on earth unites to bit) you choose
aright. Ue hold ibe mirror i-p that
reflects the flowiiffaril Voiirso, tho
ft al (u| cinli aiid with un motive save
foi your good, and no desire but foi
.uu!  future happiness,
I   Endeavor   to make, at least, one
lit lie spot on earth mine sweet and
beautiful, and pcradventuro ynu may
leave it few (lowers bloornTng in thu
desert when you. a\'fi gone.
I IION'T WlllNK
1 Don't bv wliipiug iibniit having a
t.tii ibaiu-e. Tjjrpw R sensible man
nil] nf the. W{Rd0W, and he'll fall ou
Ins led and ask ibe neaiest way to
liis woik. The more you have to
begin Hl,l' M'P h'ss ynu will have in
iiii.- epd. Vniicy you earn yourself is
imuli In fitter than any you get out-']
ni iIi'.hI men's bags- A scant break-
tast in ihe inornftig of life whets iim
iii)|iiiMc tor u least later iu the day.
ille whn Ims'tasted a sour apple will
have the more relish (or a sweet one.
j Vour present waul will make future
prosperity all     the sweeter.      Eigli-
Iteen pence- has set up many a pwllcr
in business, and he has kept bis carnage.     As for Hie place you are cast
'in, don't find fault wilh Uul; you
need not he a horse because you were
hoi u in a stable.
I If a hull tossed a man ot metal sky
high, he would (jfflli down into a
good     place,       A haul working man
'wi|li bis wits about him will mako
money while others    will do nothing
Jin i Ipse it.
Who loves his   work, and knows how
spaie
.May live and flourish anywhere,
| As lo the little troubles, who expects to lind cherries without stones
or roses without thorns? Who
wouttl w(n must liMin to hear. Idleness lies i|i a bed sit-k of the mulli-
giuln., while industry finds health
and wealth. The dog in tbu kennel
bulks at (leas, und the bunting dog
does not even know lhat they are
there. Laziness waits till the river
i.s dry, and never gets to market.
"Try" swims it, and makes all the
trades. "Can't do it" would not
eat the bread cut for bim, but "Try"
made meat out of mushrooms.
I In the family relation every oue
should always he ut his best. The
liojpe oiigH to be a heaven. It
ought to lie as nearly heaven as is
possible on earth. There should lie
no purposely withered flowers about
thp -IreavthS'tono and no purposely
clouded sunbeams. Selfishness alone
ought to be sufficient to make home
conduct eiomplary. Certainly all
want a pleasant home. Certainly all
want smiles instead of frowns. Homo
should be just one blaze ol sunshine.
Rut It cannot be while some member
.-I the lamily circle is snappish and
fault iim'ling and selfish. Do
people ever go more deliberately anil
insanely at work to make themselves
miserable thun thev do when they
deliberately cloud ibe lights of tbe
only place on earth where ihey have
any reason to expect anything lite
perfect quiet  and happiness''
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
REPORT POR JUNE AND PROMOTIONS MADE
Division I . K   It- Anderson, Teacher
Total attendance -Rl
Average attendance  18 52
Perfect attendance    ttillmi    Hill,
Delia Taylor, Jessie Kennedy, Vivian
Sisst.iis.   Myitli-   -McNeil,   Joe.   Hi.iil-
golne, Harvey Dickson.
Division II .  Miss   Caldwell, Teacher
Total attendance ....      520
Average attendance .. 2K
Ported atteinluuce:   Ruchel Haul
k-etl. Olive    White,    Nellie      l .'...lil.ihl
Charles Morrison, Dave Reid
Division  III.,  Miss Purily, Teaebei
Toial attendance  DM
Hei.mc attendance .. .    il SO
Perfecl     attendance   Uuini   Dear-
lie. Gladys llii-lo'iibiilham, And)  P.it
i.i.M.u, Ruby Ni-si.ii, Joseph Watson
cbei
Division   IV.,   Miss   Hall
Total attendance       ■—-..-,__«
Average nttendnnco ... -   ■*■" 07
Pel feel, iil leii-daiiee:    A il Inn   How-
ness,    Alex. DlCiHoii,     lliimhi Colp-
  (ilaeie HlffiglllS,  I   Look,   Neil
McCallum,      S.niie     Nesbil,   lirlliaid
Schenn.-rhnrii, Alice llinl.
Division  \.,     Miss    Kraser    l-acher
Total  at tendance     1171
Average    ulteiiduiici-  ...    58.95
Perfect at tendance;   Clarence Agnew, Harry Doris,    Norman Kowb-r,
llitinslnitl '   |*nrlts,   lllgolll  Sehcrmer-
linru, Merrill Leask.
PROMOTIONS
Division I., frnm junior fourth to
senior fourth., h\ It. Airderson,
leachcr: Joe lloill'golne, Jessie
Kennedy, Delia Taylor, William Hill,
Vi'ian Sissons, Marry Dathie, Myrtle
McNeil, Itn.st.ii Kiiiins, Uarnel Pink-
Icy,
Division     If.  to division    I., K. R.
Anderson, leaeher: Wiiiiiie Deacon,
May  Aiilhony,    Charles Laurie,   Irene
Deueon, Raymond   Armstrong, Percy
Neil, l-'loletiee Wotul, Dnnglas Slew-
ail, Cailyle MeNnb, Dny Argue,
CJeorglun C.u Iwright, Saddle Olllls,
Lilian McCowan, Melvn Cartwright,
Division IL, junior to senior class,
Miss Caldwell, teacher: Berth*
N'tsbil, Edith Anthony, Olive White,
Dave Held, Mildred dine, Rose Du-
i.mul, Rachel Bardgctt, Earnost
Stevens, Josie Drumuioud.
Krom division IIL to division H.,
Miss Caldwell, teacher: Dong
Dearlle, Wilfred Dallas, Herman Dink-
lev, conditionally; Kathleen Dnmout,
Dernice Kraser, Carl GUI, Wilfrid
Hunter, conditionally; Ralph Laurie,
Christopher McNeil, Karl Stevenson,
Virginia Tucker.
Krom junior to senior class, Miss
Purdy teacher: Lauretta Arm-
slroiig, N'.ilhiin Daruliiinll, Kya Cnn-
elv, Vinev Doris, franeis Drumiiioitd,
Ainly Patieisoii, May Py.ill, Doris
Johnson, Percy Datdgett, conditionally.
Krom division l\\, Miss Hull, teacher, io division III., Miss Purdy,
leaeher: Act bur Downess, Klor-
nee Dathie, Ella Pryjiis, Vadii Hoy-
er, Marguerite Drummond, Wesley
Kinli-v, Wantlfl Kink, t'amllle (Jmi-
lerls, Stanley Hill, hints Hill, Rollo
ti.lnistolie, Lee     Look, Lotlie Leasla.
rviiii* Leask, W-llllam Laurie, Robert
Marshall. Annie Potion, Alice Reed,
Earle Stewart, Vln\\tn '.'mh-v. Hazel
Taylor, Nigel Tli'oiiipsoii, Dcrnard
Sebenni'i'horji, floidon Walltnger,
N'oel Wnlljnger, Margucriti* Stone.
ON APPROVAL
Oracle Higgins, Aliee Woods, Oraco
Merlin. Harold Colpmnn.
Krom stH-niul p|imi*r In lirst reader:
Wilfrid DrauR, Alexander Dickson,
Edward Laurie, Neil McCallum, Nohte
Mi-Neil, Cbiirlotle Moore, WiDiam
Mi«ue, Mav Pattciaoi', Kiauk Patterson, Husscl Si, Eloi. Helen West,
Sadie Neshit, Clarke Wallace.
Krom "A" cUss lo division IV.:
Kainsford parks, (lareiice Agnew,
Norman KowJer, Harry Doris, Oraco
Dnrdgett,   Orvlllp   Thompson, John
Wilson.
Krom "fl" class to division IV,: Vincent Kink, IiikoIiI Sobermeriiorn,
Charles Woodward, George Pat-to^.
Wilfred stone, Valcry de Qraoe, Fred
Wa nl ma n, Meiijtt Leask, Gordon Mc-
Keiiua, Douglas MoCowan. Dnr.i
Grant, Martha Wallace, Fred Du-
mont.
FATAL KIRi: AT ARNPRIOR
Arnptlor,     June   27.-Mrs.   W. p.
Armstrong and four children were
burned to death in the most disastrous fire in the history of this
lown, and which took place this
morning.
William Armstrong, manager ot
ihe Arnprior Steam laundry, where
the fire broko-out, who, with his wife
and (our children were sleeping over
lhe laundry, lushed down to leurn of
the fire. ' A gasoline tank exploded,
ami it, was impossible for him to return. The family was cul off from
all means of escape and all perished
in the flames.
The cause ot the fire is not known,
but it started in the engine room at
Mie rear of the building, and had
worked its way through the entire
lower story before beiiiK discovered
ami cut off all escape or means ot
rescue.
Tho firemen were soon on the scene
nnd had seven streams of water on
the fire in a short, time. The laundry
was completely destroyed, all the
walls falling In.
LAURIER IN PARIS
Paris, June 28.—The British chamber of commerce today gave a luncheon In honor of Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
and his colleagues, VY. S. Fielding,
lhe minister of finance, aud_L. P.
Hioileur, the minister of marine and
fisheries.
THE LIFTERS,    LBANERS    AND
KNOCKERS
("Little Mack" in Gleicben Call.)
This world's population is made up
of three great classes—Lifters, Lean-
ers ami Knockers. The lifter K tinman whose bauds and brain arc both
busy accomplishing something worth
while. We find I hem In every pursuit nf lite. Whatever they tiud to
do tiicy do it well, and it bears tin-
stamp i.f workmanship, of a duly well
done, the work ol the world is humanities burden, ami whatever needs
lo be done to make the world brighter, better .iml happier, is tlie task ot
the   lifters.
They nuke their own way In tiie
wiiibl', ami aie always ready tn do
what ihcy ran to help others. Tbey
ami tbey alone liave made the world
wb.it u is today, lust iji tbcii
thoughts,  then by then  deeds,   have
ihey created    all ibings that < tri
bud* to the enlightenment and the
prosperity ot mankind. The litlei
ah*..iis ims employment; be is nol
compelled in search fm burdens lo
lift im there ale always men with
business burdens who are always
looking foi the liners. He is needed
in assist in lifting some business
above competition or nut nf n diih
ttiliy lie lifts, ami by lilting his
work In- litis himself with it and
above il.
The knockers aie a different class tn
adequately describe, They have ills
positions like a cloudy day iu March,
They make the world miserable.
Their eyes are keen to sear Ilia faults
■ if others, ami to search for Haws, nnt
for lhe purpose of helping to correct
tliciu bul to use thrm as a club fm
knocking, They arc misfits, being
lhc product of envy and failure. They
are so busy tearing down the reputations und success of others that they
never succeed lor themselves. Thej
work at odd jobs and live off the
money they get Mom the estate ol
some deccuscT relative. Tbey au>
fault finders nml chronic klekers
They grumble continually; when one
is feeling especially exuberant thej
seem Io lake a keel) delight iu slap
ping the face of your spiiil with a
wet, dirty rag. They lind fault witb
you, with ynur associates, with
everybody but themselves, No one
wants Uieiu in any capacity, poor,
useless cliarneiers. They are soon
found out ami are told to get out and
slay  out.
The following paragraph written bs
a leading Dritisb Columbia gewspap
er man is very tilting language In Use
iu describing them:
"In the quadruped kingdom the
kiiocU'r would he either a hyena or n
skunk, or a cross-breed. Among lhc
birds he would be a crow In complex
iou and a cuckoo or a hawk in disposition. As a reptile lie is a rattle
snake. He is as dangerous iu a community as a Ivpei lei loose. When
you meet it knocker don't patronise
him, give him a dose of his own favorite prescription. Don't listen to
liim, don't vote for hiui. Hit him
iu the place where his hi'aiits ought
to lie, and Mik him, where they uie."
Everywhere throughout the world
the cry is going (arRi lor men who
inn make good, use ol their brains.
The man who thinks is the man wlm
is sought for. Tlio ipau who thinks
oul uud reasons \o\ doing anything
be proposes to \\s\ and thinks new ami
better metltoqs, who thinks carefully
over possible results o| his own actions, be is ihe man whose work will
count for something. He makes the
plans foj- himself ami creates productive work for Ids own hands to do.
He learns to create productive work
for more hands than his own and
rises rapidly to a position of wealth
and influence. There are always a
score of companies bidding for the
use of his brains; he u|\va\s has
something to do for }w is able to
create work that VMl prmluce results.
To use thy please in slang he bus
"the goods awl fails not to deliver
them." A little energy, determination and thought will accomplish
wonders, but energy and determination without thought is worse than
useless. It is as a great steamer
going at lull speed uncontrolled by
rudder, and ungovented by ehait and.
compass. It may ami likely will go
ou the ro*4u>, T^e work of the world
is accniupilshcd, first, in thought,
thni in deed, and the walkers who
have used their heads have always
stood ahead nt those who used bul
their hands. It pays to use ones
brains. In business or war there is
but one lucky star that will lead us
nit of the wood, and the man who
succeeds in his plans and his deeds
is the map who delivers the goods."
Drink Home Beer
It IS Pill*
It Is Healthy
It Is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
McVittie & Laidlaw.
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANROOK, B. C.
I. T   l.tlDl.t-   M   ■
THOS, T, HcV'TTIE, P, L, S.
♦ nn ,at*****m***i	
CLINB'5 POPULAR
BARBER SHOP
it now located in lb comfort- |
tabic and attractive new quarter! In the Manttofca Hotel.
ThU institution ii juit up-to-
date and it modernly equipped
to do just the bat work In all
branches oi the tentorial art.
r
«—MM . ._ -_r__tii_aN
Soils for
i  .1
Al! lhc hoi weather arblocrats
ate here —
liigli-.;. Flannels
Imperial Serges
Gray Worsteds
Si'i.t- It Tweeds
iri-h Homespuns
Light fabri ...!.-..!; I ibrics and plenty
ii between (rum the cl.gnifird
plain cllt-ri* t.. ..'I manner ol daitng
stripes, plaids and mixtures.
No trouble lo pick oul you. sutnmei
suit, wilh sn much clffjance to
choose Irom.
$15, $18, $20. and
up.
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Try  a   Ca4e ol
KERRIGAN'S 5T0UT
Two  Dozen   Pints   Sj.50
K -mil  to Guinness*.   The finest  beverage on  the market
for I'.uiiijy and table use.   huparta vigor ami
IhmIiIi. ami tones up the body generally
JAMES KERRIGAN
Brewer. Cranbrook. B. C.
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We have just received a consignment of
Fresh Salmon, Halibut and
Lake Superior Trout
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▲AAAA_iAA____4Aa%_iAAA_AA_i THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
$•".011 A VEAI
THK   PAPEB   THAT   IS   READ   BY   TIIE   PEOPLE
JULY  4   1907
UHANUIIOOK IIKItAI.D
By llie Herald
1'ubllshtng Company,
Limited.
«**""*\
Editor ami Manager.
poi
li...'
lino
Tin Herald is worlh HO a year. It
costs ualy 12. No man In South
Lasl Kootenay <--ai. afford to be without It, and everyone living outside tit
ihe district, who is Interested in tin)
.regress oi this section, should ..-.i.t
u ll publishes the news while it Is
news. It is controlled absolutely by
Uie publishers. No clique, parly m
...dividual dictates .Is policy. ll
ilol.'l try to please the pooplo. ll «
des.re is lo publish .. i.cwspapor ni.ii
w.ll be a crc.lil to the community.
Send in your subscription and you
w.ll he thauklul ever afterward.
Advertising rates (I per   inch
in..uili, no moic and no less.
Heading matter   15 tents   per
lo i.ou-advcltiscrs;   III cents  per
tu regular advertisers.
II you desire to reach tl.e people of
South Kast Kootenay you must advertise iu The Herald. .
The Herald has a llrst-class i job
plant, and its work ts of the best.
The Herald don't want charity. It
wants a square deal on your job
wo.lt. II we can't suit y..u in .nullity and price, kick, unit scud your
work lo some Cheap John bouse in
ll.c east that never spends a cent in
Cranbrook.
fMOKE THAN
4,600 a. Month
This i» the guaranteed elr-
-■tiliiiiim ol the llurulil
I'm-hm iim.iii uml Biil'scrip*
lion H-im open in inventit'11-
tion l.y mlvei tin-on at any
lime.
Tlie llurulil given u dollar
in value for u ilollur in money. The advertiser lum ilit>
right In know wliul lie o
reeetving for Ina money.
The Herald in mie pupei
thnt courts IoveaUligation.
v^vvwyvw
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
Following is a statement ol the
circulation of the Cranbiook Herald
Im the past tl months:
August  5,270
September  4,315
October  4,305
November  5,4(11)
December ■ 5,400
January  5,600
February  4,425
March  4,425
April  4,423
Total lor 3 months 43,023
The total for the 9 months Is
43,1123, which divided by 311, the
i.timber of issues during that period,
shows the average circulation per
issue to have been 1,1 LS and 31-30.
The above is a true and correct
s tat emeu t ot the circulation ol the
I'lunbiook Herald for the time stated.
P.  E, Simpson, Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
hy lhe said P. I.. Simpson, whom I
personally know, this 27th day of
Way, 1907.
.J. A. Arnold,
.1. P. in and for British Columbia.
In eastern Canada and the Stales
it is considered a conservative estimate that live people read every
paper Issued. In Cranbrook, to he
<m the sale side, we place the number nt three, which is absolutely
sad*, and that would make 3,354 readers of the Herald each week.
These circulation figures can be
verified at any time by any advert is-
i*r who will take the trouble to go
over the subscription books or watch
the big press roll out the papers.
This Is where the advertiser gets a
run lor his money. Tbe Herald
would like to see every newspaper
make a sworn statement of Its circulation. The advertiser is entitled to know, lie pays his money
and he should know what he is get-
tuii* in return.
Why don't all papers do as thu
i lei aid does?
WHY ?
found in tho weekly press ol the so-
called country towns. John Swln-
inii was nol suppressed in his ban-
i|uel statements, .m.i in consequence
In* told iln- iriith nhoul Hn* metropolitan press, uud whut he said was so
good because il is tine, that we print
ii below:
"Vou cannot look to the great
dallies for real independence of
sentiment ni honest advocacy of
lhe people's rights. The only
real awl trulj Independent press
is i.i he found in country towns
or small cities.
"There   is    un such thing     in
Vmeriea as an Independent press,
unless ii he in tin* country towns.
Vim     know  H    ami  I    know it.
Tin').- is imi  if you who dare
i.< write v..ni hones) opinions,
■in.I if vou ilo you know before*
li,mil lii.ii ii would novel appear
n print.
•I am paid 5150 a week for
keeping in) honest opinions out of
the papet 1 am connected with—
others ol you are paid similar
sa la ties    fm*   slmllai things—and
any one i.f yon     wlni WOU I ll he so
ftfolisli as in write honesl opinions would soon he ou the street
looking for another job.
"If I allowed my honest opinions to appear in oue issue of my
paper, my occupation would he
gone in less Minn forty-four hours.
''The business of the New York
journalist is to destroy Hie
trulh, in lie outright, to pervert,
lo villify, In fawn at the feet ot
\l,iiiiiiii.ii mid to sell liis raee and
I:!:; country for his daily bread.
"Ynu know this and I know
Ihis and what folly it- is to be
toasting an '.Independent Press.*:'
It is easy for Hie railway and coal
loinpanies tn 1-eep crying: "(let vour
ennl early this year," hut it is harder Im the purchaser to gel the price.
llUlTflll  for  the Son-Spokane.
Crnnlironk today is a Tar heller
railway center than she was last
week.
I The parents desire Lhe Herald to
express fnr i licni Hint heartfelt appreciation of the noble work done by
those who pnrtlolpated hi the search,
and tlml ii will never he torgotleii.
FOUR
CHILDREN SUPPOSED TO
HAVE BEEN LOST
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1 OBSERVATIONS    jj
3 HY TIIE Ol.l) MAN. *
TIIK   INIIKPKSM'.NT   PKKSS
John .Swin I on, one of the best]
known nl the old time New York
journalists, a man who has made an
enduring reputation for the force,
the style and lhc depth of his writings, was catted upon one night List
Week to reply to the loast of the
"Independent" Press." Mr. Swinlon,
hy the boldness of his utterances,
threw a bombshell Into the circle of
assembled guests, and yet he told I lib
trulh. He laughed al tlie idea of an
iirdeppiideni metropolitan press, in
New York, and yet the same conditions exist in Canada ns In New
York. Openly charges are made
ihat one paper is controlled by coal
interests, another by it certain railway, another hy a different railway,
nnoHiei by ihis' or that syndicate,
and this is tin* case from WW larger
cities of the east, to those of the
west. It is .i fact that greater independence in the expression of honest opinions and the advancing     of
About eleven o'clock hist Tuesday
evening there was n rumor around
town thai f.mr little children hud
heen lost In the woods and that the
wn mothers were nearly frantic over
heir dlsnppenrance. A little Inter
be teimrl w;is confirmed bv the positive statement that Raymond and
Howard Armstrong, sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Armstrong, and Andrew ami Krati-i Patterson, sons nf
Mr. anil Mrs. A. Patterson, had been
absent from home since four o'clock
iu the afternoon. Both ol the fathers were out of the city, and the two
women, thinking of their little ones,
s the ages ranged frnm 12 to 5
cars, alone in the woods and thinly
lad, were nearly crazy with grief.
Strong men and willing hearts heard
iheir oiipcfll and within a few minutes
nil the saddle horses in lhe stables
were secured and mounted and this
rlv,mreii guard, with lanterns, went
for Hi iu (In- dii ik nighl iu hopes of
Itliillng the lost ones or some trace
Ihal wnuld lead to their discovery.
It wns feared at first that they
nighl have been drowned iu the alkali
lake east of town, as it was understood that they had Intended to go
Inr the afternoon. Hut a
visit there showed that they bad not
been there. The creek batibs near
town were carefully searched but no
trace could he found. About two
o'clock an informal meeting was
held in the barn of Paul Hundley aud
it was decided that it would be best
to wait until the break of day and
then turn out with a big force of
searchers. But  soon      afterward
Maurice Quaili and Dan Bremner re-
turnciT to town and announced that
they hud found the tracks ot the
four little ones uhnut four miles out
on the Fort Steele road but had lost
them again. Within thirty minutes
three double seated rigs from the
stables uf Hundley, fieary A- Doyle
and Dc/atl Bros, were loaded with
willing men who started out in the
teeth of lt blinding storm to search
for those supposed to he worn and
weary after Iheir exhaustive tramp
through the'woods at night. Prom
that hour until daylight the searching
party kept up its great work, the
men tramping through the rain and
wet grass until drenched and chilled.
It had been agreed that If Uio children were found word would he sent
to the surrounding mills and a long
whistle wnuld be blown, but as hour
after hour passed no whisrle was
blown. Men went, tn the Mission
und the Indians were interested in
the search. Others drove to Batrr,
Fort Steele and other camps, hut no
word could he heard. About lour
u'cliM-k the two mothers could stand
it no ifihgcr and ihey got a horse and
drove lo Fort Steele, meeting tmniv
of the searchers on the wav. Still
nothing could he heard. All of Fort
Steele was aroused and Ihev prepared lo lake to the woods. Constable
j Walsh, knowing that the Armstrong
.hm* was a friend nf Ihe Kelly chil
'dreti, who live on a ranch about two
.miles from Port Steele, hurried over
there on a horse and there he found
.the four little chaps happy us could
Ibe,, having been there all night ami
had u good supper and another excellent meal for breakfast, In the
meantime ihe mothers had returned
to Crnnbrook, Tbe glad tidings
were telephoned over to Cranhrook,
the mothers were notified, the whistles were blown, the fathers were
telcnhoned lo, Mr. Armstrong being I
at Wveliffe and Mr. Patterson at
Crnthors. the searchers who were
still out hurried home, and there was I
-enerul rejoicing, Tt seems thai thej
four little ones under the leadership
ol Raymond Armstrong, the oldest I
one of the party, started for FortJ
Steele on fool. About four miles'
from town, and nhoul where Hie
tracks were lost. Alex. Sutherland |
caught up wilh them on his wav lo
Fort, Steele. They told him Hint i
their parents had said that Ihev .
might go In Kelly's ranch, and so j
he took them In and carried them to
the brewery where they got out and
walked tn the ranch. •
COUNCIL MEETING
The council tn.'. lusl evening with
Mayor Finlny in tlie cluilr ami Alder-
Men HlcltCI.ltOil.oni, llyiin, Kink nnd
Alct'owun |-in-st-ni.
A couiuttinicaliun was received
Iron, tl.f Wnii'i Supply company
in,..itii.ii tl.e city tl.i.i a charge ol
lion pel year would I... u....li- ...
.In- fu...... for street sprinkling purposes.     Hole I tn Un- mayor   mul
.1..- .in solicitor.
I'!. IV. Long presented his reporl ....
auditing Uu- p..lire books, which
showed .. ii-iy satisfactory condition.
An offer ..I four acres of laud fm
cemetery purposes, lis'utcil somo ilis-
li..i.-i' tn-si nl .In- hospital, was iii.iii,-
i.y Mr. ll.iyi-i.i-l,,. Tin- proposition
In-ouglil Ii.rll. i-onslderable discussion,
l.n. nothing w.is done will, the ...niter.
• I. I*'. Armstrong, architect in
charge ol llie public building, certified
Ihnl Contractor Johnson wns entitled
... l.-.t.ii.ii-j on    iln. basement   work,
 I    SI275 ....    ibe  superstructure.
Unlit items were ordered paid.
Mr. Armstrong    then recommended
llial   lhe lender fro... the Cranbrook
Electric    Light    company, for    the
wiring nf the building, lor the   su
..f  $1125  be accepted.     Tliis  wns ..
proved ..I l.y lhe council,
Alderman Kiult, wl... is also   chief
of    Hie lire    department, some time
ago colled llu- attention nf lb,, school
trustees In tin, Inel  lhat  tlie nubile
school building should     ii„ equipped
with bolter means of escape in   case
of lire, and a letter wns rend     fro...
Hi.' trustees, stating tlml tbey    had
Visited lhe school, ii.kI l.nil tin', pupils
co. ml under lin-    drill, nml therefore did not dee... ...it- I.irlber laclll-
i.-s necessary. The council wns .ml
Slltisfled with It... lelti'i- nf tl... trustees and on motion of Alitor.iinn
llickcnttothnm, seconded by Alderman Mt-Cowan, th.' lin, chlel was
asked tn interview the trustees on
Uie mutter nml endeavor lo induci
.lie hoard to provide more adequate
means of escape for the school .-Iiii.I ren.
Accounts prescntel l.v lhe finance
committee amounted io Ml 11.5-1
i.n.l were ordered paid.
Alderman Fink, chairman nf lhe fire
nnil police coinmillee, reported lhat.
he lind secured McConncll's corral for
tl.e purpose nl a public pound. The
action of Mr. Kink wns approve.].
Tin- council then adjourned.
WILL VISIT     CRANBROOK    AND
I OTHER POINTS
Spokane, Wash., .lulv I.—One hundred members ol the Spokane chamber ol commerce will invndo Ibe East
Kootenay country .lulv Is and III,
tbe occasion being' the 11 tli nnnuni
excursion. I., n. Monroe, secretary
of thi* organization, announced the
plans today. The parly will go over
llu- Spokane-International system,
stopping nt Snmlpoi-nt, Innho." tor
luncheon n«kl a sail on Lake Pond
(I'Orei-llc, going thence tn Fertile, It.
('.. remaining for the evening nf
•lulv IS fill Hi o'clock the morning of
-'"Iv I"- The pnrtv will nlso visit
Cranbrook, Marysville and Moyie.
C.  P.   R.     RAILWAY    OFFICIALS
COMING
Second Vice-President While nn.l
Ocncrul Superintendent lit.steed,
Land Commissioner Dermis ami other
C. P. II. railway officials lmve left
(iolilcii on their antomohii.' trip
down the Kootenay vallev to look
over the proposed route of I ill' Kootenay Central. Dr, King. M. P p
V. Hyde Baker and .1. F. M. 1'in't-
bai.i, ol tl.,. Imperial Hank, lett this
niter.ioon for Wasa where they will
meet Ibe fia.lv .....I accompany litem
to Cranbrook. The result iil Ihis
trip, so tar as the C. P. II. officials
are coiu't-r.i.-d. will .lei.'..nine to „
great, extent as lo ll.c mute of tin.
Kootenay Central ami tl.e lime thai
it will he built.
SNAP SHOTS
The man who really does things
does them in his own way.
Maintain ns good an opinion of
yourself as lhe loots In the case allow.
"Mankind" ts a term thai, embraces woman.
WHAT "20TH CENTURY" CLOTHING
EAS DONE FOR THE PEOPLE
Returns of the manufactures of Canada, as shown in lhe special
census of last year bring to light a startling fact. Despite the large
increase in the population of the Dominion during the past live years,
and the natural growth on the part of the people for better things in the
way of Men's Clothing, better fits, better material, the made-to-order
industry has declined from $13.153,000 to $10,511,020, whilst the output of
ready-made clothing has increased from $11,170,000 to $22.012,000.
These reliable statistics show what
"20th Century" Clothing
has accomplished in changing
the clothing statisticsof Canada.
Why and How?
The answer is easy and the
solution simple.
"20th Century" Clothing
meets the demands of the
people for that which is artistic, for that which is perfect,
for that which is all that man
desires in fit, quality and price.
The advent of " 20th Century "
Clothing on the market made
it possible for the masses to
dress with the same artistic
taste  as the  classes.   Once /
this fact was known by the people, the demand for made*to-order
garments decreased, for "20th Century" Clothing met the demand and
the clothing statistics of Canada underwent a marvellous change. You
can buy this clothing in Cranbrook, but only at
CRANBROOK'S
■GREATEST STORE
COPTRICIIICD BI Tot lfWI.ltr5CC.liC6
HILL & CO.
DIED
...t
ed. with the husbaml ami mollie
,,i I,.-, relatives ..bout tl... hc.lsi.it-.
I   Th,. funeral was held Iron, tho Tato
morning, .lulv 2nd,'home on Tuesday alien it ll.reo
     o'clock, Rev. Main, ol tl.e I'rwdiyloi
inn ctiiirrii, officiating Tin- pallbearers wee It K He. - I. I' Ml
boll. .1. Henderson, .1 A. Arnold, F.
Ibe sickness ' liutt.cld ii ml W. I). L.tiillatv. Tin remains .veil- followed In Ibe cemetery
,f | |.le In .-a. -
...I, Including .. largo
of W. F. Tato
,    the   wife ol   It. I
, aged    2H years, I
DM, Tuesday
III..',, nl Hie l.n...I
Uus lilt, M.iii.iii.
II.   ROSS, of   Si..In
nl lyphoi.l ii.ii'iiiiin.i
Tin.  circumstances uf
..I   ll...  .1 used nml    Iter   ..HI..ml
lllllll.  ...e extremely    sad,  nnd  1.1.v.. 1 bv a
I Die   sympathy ... the   ...any   .
Kurt-owing fiii-iids of the family   I......'uuu.li.-t nt iiu- mouthers ol th'- l.rolh-
M.iclcod to Sirdar, where boll,     tlio erl I ..I Cat   llopnlrcrs ..I A mortal.
wife .....I husband we... so well     nn.l      M.-.   Mn.gn.cl Rusk was tin-daiii.ti-
fani.-ahlv     known.        About     three   lei  nl Mr. ami Mis   John     llnul,.p.
weeks ago, bulb tin- mother   and the   nl. w live in Fernie, nnd tt..-. Ii.uu
li.iliv. mil col n veil, old, were latt'ti | JS v.'a.s l.g...    As a young lady   she
sick willi typhoid    level
ill  lll.l.t
.get.. It. II. Ross,
one
nf
the best
known   nnd mosl
popi
lur
railway
man      ....     the
I'i.
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George Hoggarth getting (lie site ready for the new Cranbrook Hotel
 ami   went I tins nlwal'H .. I..v.n.le In Hi.- circles
gl.t, in Cranbrook nn.l nlnoed   in Iiu whirl, sin. mnvod, ami as a il.nie.li-
III,.- li.n f Mi. nnd Mrs. Tide. The   I,-,, all    Ihnl     a daughter could be.
best nf ......Ileal aid was secured, Iwo   'him. two years_ ago she was united
tirineil nurses, mul Mis. .lohn l.uu-
top, nf Fernie, the mother of the
stricken woman, ..ml Mis. Tale, sis-
ler of Mr. Ross, night and day . Nest division. Th.-.r married lid- had
wnl.-l.cd will, lhe lendcrcsl solicitude been one ol happiness in every way,
liver the sick. For days and days the as Mis. Ross was uu ideal wife, anil
sirufwle grew harder with the moth- her husbaml never saw the do)' Hint,
ei Uio luibv lulling recovered, ami be .11.1 not appreciate lhe fact. Less
ul'Inst it looked as it Ihe battle bail   than .. year ago .. baby was ho.iiai.il
been w is tin. symtoms were lav-   their happiness    was complete,    but
oinlile v'i'l il was understood hy death came all Ion soon, and now
lhose ' who were watching every | tlu'rc is naught but the Hie beloved
change lh.it it was Just a chance, and memory ol the cherished one to
Uml onlv the wonderful vitality ol assuage the grief that, the her.-aved
Hie deceased    had kept, her alive   so  must bear.
Ion-, Hut on Monday there wns a I Mr. Dniilop, .he lather, P. Luml
sudden change for tl.e worse, ami med- ami Rev. Maceonnell, ..I Wardner, .'.
ienl science ami .he best ol nursing I Ross Tate, ol Lethbridge, and 0. Y.
could avail nothing, and toward the Brake, ol Fernie, attended thu fun-
dawn ol day on Tuesday life depart- oral. THE   OltAMtKOOk.    ItlCltAJ.n
THE CRANBROOK FIRE-BRICK AND
TERRA COTTA COMPANY, LIMITED
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In offering their stock to the public, is putting before them the best investment in British Columbia
to-day.   When the fact is realized that the Company have
1,250,000 tons of Quartz
250,000 tons of Clay
which is sufficient to turn out 10,000 Fire-Bricks per diem for the   next
THIRTY   YEARS
and when you have seen the estimated cost of making, and the prices obtained for, the bricks, you will
then readily conceive what a good proposition this is for its shareholders.
The  management   of  the Company are endeavoring to arrange a date in the near future upon
which the shareholders can visit the plant, definite notice of which will be given later.
For facts and figures, call at the office of
BEALE & ELWELL
Official Brokers
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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While Canvas Footwear at Prices to Induce You to Buy
CI. liRtilS'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, regular price t-1.00, tor
MISSeS' WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, regular price III''., for
LADIES' WIIITH CANVAS (IXFOROS, will, canvas covered heels, reg. ♦2.60,
I.ADIHS' WHITB CINVis OXFORDS, leather hoc), lor
BUN'S WHITB CINVis M.UCHBR CUT BOOTS, regular price t)3.60, lor
MEN'S WHIT.- canvas BLUCHBR CHI Boors, regular price $3.00, lor
MEN'S Willi.-: CANVAS OXFORDS, tognla. prints 28, lo.
'I'lll-'.SI-: PRICKS Alii   l-.Ui t■ \.■— 11 ..M.Y
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SEAMLESS SILKRITF.
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A. c. Shankland k-lt Inst week for
liis itld home in London, Kng., uml it
will hi' liis first visit for I'm- ami a
Iml I years. Mr. Shanklnnd expects
in he absent about tvvu months and
it is rumored Hint lie will not return
alone.
Tin- warm weather lias coma and
its point; to lie hot. Oct a gasoline
stove and Toledo Square Steam
(looker and keep your kitchen cool
anil free from odors, ll saves half
tin* fuel, therefore it pays [or itself.—
For sale hv Patmore Bros,
LOCAL  NOTES
|'U'Ki:i1   IT     AlttHT    TIIK  Oil \
It V  ASK I NCI  IM'KHTIONS OF
MANY   I'KOri.K.
Hoi SI-: TO l.KT. Applj to (I. T.
I;., ,■,',' m,.ie. in
\ii>. .1 i'iii.-i. ..( Pernio, was in
Ilir eiij  tins week.
•Plii* ell j ni Penile has Rtnrled tlio
I ding nl a sewei Ryslem.
Uuu- will l»* more bcIhioI room
needed ai Uu* beginning ol nexl year's
Colon la-itch has rcluriieil trom
t'llt'.m   where he has been attending
Tin*    Penile eity    mell   dotiateil
) Hill It.i   ih.- spurts in thai  city   on
i ,i i    ' i :  ',iy.
Thi ii "..'-'■ been all kinds i.f lain
the pus I week and tht! Ira ua lias are
looking lint
Misses l.nu ami ICIln I.eltrh have re-
tiiruid from Vancouver for their siim-
uiii  vai-alioii at home.
Claude Vroom, who has heen running in Ih;1 Boundary as mail clerk, is
in town visiiing friends,
WANTED— Position   In   ollice     hy
i un ti nt     man.      tlood references.
Apply to A. J. Morgan, Cranbiook,
B. C. 18
MILCH COWS POR SAI.K—All
kinds and al prices that will m.iki*
litem good invest nts. tl. P, Tisdale. H-tl
.1    \   ll.iMi'i       has p  in     lhc
(-oilsI t<. vl iil with his family, and
will .iis.. lake .<    Irlp in ihe   norlb
Tl,,. I,.,i.l, nie full ol mass widow
ii s tl e ilays, and there is talk   ol
form iuu -> Descried Husbands' nB-
Mieialiou.
WANTKD—Kdgormaii for sawmill,
also good eamp eook and blacksmith.
\ppti The lli'velstokr Sawmill Co.,
Ltd., Hevelst.ike,   li.  O, 15-41
J. I'etli MacSwaili leaves luiiioirow
for Movie lo lake charge ol the
Moyie Leader dprlng the nhscnee oi
I'Mitor Smyth in the fast.
Norris & Howe's circus had n bawl
time of il in Calgary, ns the large
tent was blown (own twlco and the
last time was badly damaged.
. POR SALK-One Edison bome
phonogrnpli with over ion records.
Apply ti) Airs. M. Hawkins, next door
to niil County Court house.        11 if
I Lark l.augin and Sherman Itankin
hfi. yesterday fur their former home
in Chipmaii,  N. B.,  where Ihey    will
! visit for a couple of mouths.
The hose leain hoys urn not doing
much practicing nml will hardly to iu
shape for u huid contest if they do
not get down to business belore long.
Mrs. flcorge llotupiuh ami two
bora, and Mrs K. II. Small and
baby will leave next week for Winnipeg io visii with Iheir mother, Mrs.
Wcllman.
Th.' Crnnbrook hotel now has   iis
iiiiiiii-  m and kitcben in tlie rooms
facing Hie station.     Although     the
ipialli'is nte only leitipoi.iiy, yet they
are  \ci\   enaveii'ieiil   ami  attractive.
Tin- following conductors -from Medicine Hai. are now making their
lirndqiinrlcrs in Crnnbrook under tho
new arrangement; Messrs. I_, I.. Becker, .1 Dnrrlos, W, Orcevcs aud VI.
(!. Nlblnek.
Melbfflllsl church, Sunday. July 7th:
A elilldreiis' service will lie held at
II o'clock ii, m. Hoys nml girls especially Invited. Kvenlng subject nt
IM; ' "The Helntlon nf Jesus To
Modern Times."
There will ben meeting in tbe council chambers next Friday evening,
■ Inly alb, nt eight o'clock, to discuss
fruit growing. The meeting will lie
addressed hy several parlies of experience iu ihis line nf business.
William Matthews and Warren IV-
beelf   played  With   Ihe Nelson lm-rosse
tenm ou Dnminlou Dav. "Hilly"
Mat I he wh had the misfortune to have
n 11miiil- broken in the game, al-
tlmut-h il was mil. until he arrived in
Cranbrook that he (Uncovered this.
Dr. Oreen net the broken member
yesterday.
j if ymi have a Toledo Square Steam
.Cooker ymi won't have to stand over
.1 hut lire these warm days. Just
|iut on ynur cooker and leave il until your dinner is cooked. i< makes
.tnngli meat tender. Palmore Bros.,
ngents fur lhe district.
| Mrs. A. I.. McDermot nml baby nnd
Mrs. C. Magee left Tuesdaj i"i" no
extended Hip in the east. They will
visil tlie principal cities i.f eastern
Camilla, and then go to IbMi former
home in Vermont, ami expeel to be
absent about two mouths,
Messrs. K. ami C. Staples, sons of
Mr. (His Staples, arrived tin- llrst of
the week, accompanied hv Messrs.
Sealy uml Worrell, school friends of
tire young men. The party will
spend most of tbe summer iu the
woods.
PASTl'ltl-a-Parties wishing young
stock or horses pastured apply to E.
Corbel t, Parrot Hunch, near old
North Star mill.        (lood Iced   und
lo
H. P. Cook, ot Fort Steele, Is iu
lown today.
Mr. Clayton, ol Marysville, is a
Cranbrook visitor today.
Harry Bradford and niece were in
lhe eity today from Wyclifle.
C. Y. Brake, of Pernio, leave
morrow for a two mouths trip
England.
Harry Parsons arrived this afternoon from lOnderhy, It. ('., uud was
glad to get buck to the district.
Advertiser requires position on
Crows as foreman, storekeeper or
timekeeper; wide experienced; references, Applv to Hox '/.., Herald oldie.
Mi. Short, who has heen leader of
ihe band, aud Dr. Bell, who bas been
one of the strongest supporters the
nrgnnftntion has had, say that it is
difficult to keep the required number
iu the organization. They have at
Iheir own expense, brought people
lure who played certain parts, and
then others would he removing.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hill took the
Flyer ou its first trip last Mondav
night and went to Lethbridge for a
day's visit witb relatives. Mr. Hill
'sitys that the train goes taut enough
for bim, and that when thev crossed
lhe high bridge over the St. Marvs,
they struck tbe rails at the end'of
the bridge, again in the center and
l hen landed on drv ground on the
other side.
The school teachers of the citv are
enjoying their summer vacation in
various places. Mr. Anderson, the
principal, will make his headquarters
at Marysville, and knnclo over the
district the next two months. Miss
Praser has gone tn Chicago to visit
with a brother, Miss Caldwell has
gone to Sydenham, Ontario, Miss
Purdy to ber home in Vancouver, nnd
Miss Hall leaves (or Mtiskoka, Ont.,
today.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
have arranged to open a branch bunk
in Creston and A. M. Andrews, nl
tho local staff, went there Monday
io close up the matter. Ores-
ton will prove a most excellent place
for a bank, as Ihere is a large volume of business done iu that part of
ihe country, The new hank will be
o|H-mtl us soon as the necessary supplies and the staff arrive,
"JACK" M0E PROMOTED
d Lum-
c.nninit-
nssocla-
I talked
md that
i   favor
good water,
H. H. Joyce, of the Stand,
her eompanv, writes to the
lee of the turf and Athleli.
tion In Ibe effect that lie h
with the people in bis enmp
there was strong sentiment
of having a race meeting Ihis year on
I Labor Pay, as a change in lhe program of the pnst few vears.
j WANTRD-PoslMon " hv merhnnlcal
engineer tn superintend construction
ol mill buildings and Install machinery. First -class references. Apply
lo Herald office. 13-tf
John Moe, who has heen agent lor
lhe C. P. H. at this point for the
past few months, having come here
from Lethbridge, has lieen appointed
district passenger agent for Ibe C. P.
It. at Nelson, to succeed J. S. Carter, who is in charge of tbe Spokane
ollloc. The appointment is one of
J the best that could possibly be made,
as Mr. Mon possesses the'very characteristics Uiat first-class passenger
men are ma"de of, being a railway
'man of experience and ahilily, and
one who has always made friemls nf
I lhe public. In this new and broader
field Mr. Moe will make good, and
although ho is sin-ceding u man who
is conceded to be one of the best,
| yet the Herald believes that he will
jirove a worthy successor to the
I popular "Joe" Carter. Mrs. Moe
i will remain in Cranbrook for some
time, as Mr, Mne will not he able to
'arrange lor a home In Nelson for
several weeks.
Announcement
HAVINU   PURCHASED THE BUSINESS OF
THE
PREST PHOTO CO.
WE INVITE THE CONTINUE"* PATRONAGE
OF THK PEOPLE OF CHANBHOOK AND
VICINITY. AMI IN I'ETUBN WE WILL
GIVE C'AHEF.l'L ATTENTION AND GUAR-
AXTEE SATISFACTION.
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PICTURES
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Successor lo
PREST    PHOTO   CO.
CORTRIITIKI:
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PHOTIMIRAPHI
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WHAT A CASH SYSTEN MEANS
The old credil system of doing business    must go    In     time,   for the
simt'le reason thai  II  11 not fair   to
the honest  purchaser,     Ihis tact   is!
sclf-e-iilei.i to any one who will stop
and consfdei   lhc     proposition fairly1
.in.I Intelligently.       Under the credit
syslem of doing business there is al*
ways ii large number of accounts at
the end of the year    (hat arc unpaid
nnd imcollecUiblo.    This Is Invariably
ihe case, and then- is not n business j
man in Cmnhiook, oi nny other town,
on the American continent, hut who
will acknowledge the truthfulness   ol
llns statement.     Consequi nily      the
question arises,    Who doe* pay those
ace its'"        Everyone knows   that
someone must meet the loss thus in ,
curred.     Is    ii  tho merchant?    No
Because    he cannot     afford to Bland
[such a loss,    ns It     would soon put
(him out  of business.     Aud vet    lhc'
loss must he paid.       Tl.e wholesaler
will not  stand     fni   it, ns he Insists
that his hilts shnll     In- mcl in   /nil. j
Who is  it   then   who meets bis    bills,
must also paj   llie     bills of the dishonest   man      wlm Fails  to melt    his.!
That is to sny, nny man doing btisi- j
liess on the credit     system, musl ar-
range    his scale    of profil lo include'
the     loss sustained Ia  the man who1
fails  io pay his  hills',  nnd  the only,
way io     make this     provision is to
Increase llie price of the goods sold, j
The basis ol profit musl Include real,!
iusurai.ee, freight,     fuel, light, clerk
hire, in fact all     legitimate expenses, I
and also losses undei  the credit system, which  is alwavs ;.  very     large
item,  the  largest   in  fuel   ol .ill  others.     Now it  stands to reason    that
the man who sella for cash,  an.l has
no bad debts, is able to male a bin
reduction in the price ol his goods.
Who gets the benefit' Why, tbe
in.>n or woman who pays cash loi
Iheir good*", In other words those
who patronize the store that is doing business on a cash basis. Thai
is why we have changed lo the cash
system, and in ihe future will be
able to gfve prices that will prove ..
grenl boost for lhe new way ol dotm.
business In Cranhrook. we propose
!-. treat .ill alike, and no person h..s
icason lo feel offended if we tell them
ih.it   they  must   pay cash  for       what
they purchase ..' oui store |i js m.
reflection on then willingness to pnj
or their ability to paj if ihey are re
fused a credit of twenty or thirty
days, but slmnl) s plain statement
Ihnl m adopting our new cash ays
tern wi* propose to give the same
I rent men 1 to all The man who is
..ble and willing to pay cash is the
last on** to complain, fnr he is the
man who is reaping the benefit, since
11- is paying his own hills now, ami
nol lhose of the man whn never
jays, niril thus he makes a big percentage on his purchases by securing
.. large reduction in the price ol
goota Ural he buy*. Try tin:; svs-
lem for thirty days and ynu will
it wi w.mi In go hack to the credit
syslem, lor the cash system will put
money Into vour pocket everv dav of
Mie year.
TH K     CH A NBROOK     CO-OPRRA
TIVK STORES, L1MITRD
The way In make a friend of a
man is to ' listen with sympathetic
ear when he tells you that lie is just
recovering Irom the worst ease of
sickness his family doctor evei handled. TIIE   CRANK HOOK.   ItEllALO
r
News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned Irom Newspapers
,V5-lt-!l'
.liiiiiiR   tin.   last two,dan,  Tlie big' to save    l.iii.scll.      Tho  bndy was
tlilTtug   pulk-ys ai tlie   I'.lk Lumber, lound Uie lollowlng morning about   a
f pany ...ill bas l.een readied    by mile .lira-., stream,       .luilge Mordctt
Ihe using tenter, tititl yesterday    the was police    magistrate    (or Pineher
mill was out ul business, as lhc big I ami was tine of tho oldest and most.
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| ELKO AND TOBAC I
*       CO PLAINS i
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tl-'...... on. own correspondent.)
Tlit-ip was a big altcttdai.ee from
Kll.<> lu Notiis a itowe's circus at
Penile, About lilt)' of llie liesl
went.    Iiiii    von    see the elephant,
 I ihe tiger, ami Hie kangaroo, ami
llie lit lie l.nly who was so small.
Ilia, when slit- stood u|. ll.-t f.-t-t lilsl
loiii-lml .In- lloor. Di.l i.m gel youi
peunuls, y,m.     jmii lemouad.',   ......
.'a...It   and   |.,.|.fo...  a.t.i   I..,I....I.'   Vtw.
Tl.,-.. .ne y.nt ready to .In- buppy?
I..lit l.alil.s, .1.
■lire Slifltoil, if
ti-,-1, I uiiii Camp.
JleKr
	
.mil .'I...
iko    Inn
Many a true word Is spoken il. jest
.....I many a false s...l.-m.-i.i is pintle
III ilt-.ull) earliest.
S,-t I'll. I fun.
iii.o Klko .."ii
brought here I.t
.nits...ne, oi Hu
ll.",     hnve      moved
Okotoks,  Alberta,
.Mi-ssls.   IMlgll & l.iv-
l'oek Creek pineries.
Alum,   twcuty-llve   ].llll.-sll-il.S visit
t-.l Klko ami ' tl.e Kooteiiuy i Ivor
towns soul), .his week, peddling dried
prunes, bachelor buttons, diamond
liiiMit-ln's, cast ..mi bound gun metal,
:iko   Friday,
acb lull nf lish
> ( lot  11.
Tin
'. IV
Iff. in
Will
l'l...., li
N'orris
glove i
oil anil .
lie took n paper
,toi h-s back lo rt'ii.i-
Antliotiy, locomotive;
,-si   between Arthur;
k llui-s.  li-sllllisl in ,,
Jack (liii-st.
It who said Krnul.
iuu yards dash al
riteils ... !.;' set'uiiils
...ul
and
I.el Will..)'
...   II    p.lll.
tills  week
the W.nilliiT si-lmol,
ing day of the st-h.
work .villi the set',
bee., taken up l.y tli
pleasing progr    v
llu-  pupils.      Ml
of iiu-   school If
l-llllil   ...    Ilis
\l.uffiln-ll   w
very pleasing
The sclio.il »
for llie oi-i'.is
closctl l.v .he
Ami.,-....
il  being til.
i-los-
Altet
nil   -elasses had iluli'ly lieeessaiy.
- i.-.u-lii'.-, a very ,
as teiideled     l.y .   T
belt was under waler at lhe lowest
point. 'I'he lug lioum at the Fen.ic
Lumber company m.ll broke yesterday
and lei go sunie logs which, coming
down on Hie Kilt Lumher eou.pany
t.oom, liioke it also, and .lie Iwo
companies lost a lew ol iheir logs.'
The loss was light, however, as
neither company ate chancing any
iiiore logs uu .he rivet than is abso-
Sl.t-y.anl, secretin-)-
nl,   occupied    tbe
pleasing tiiatiue..     Ml'.
, present anil gave
.. two-veiil-iilil
Mis. Walter Wi
.ping cough ...
an.l was l.u.i.-.
.laughter   ol ill
...Ihuuse (Hell     n
Tuesday,    Hi.
on the Stllll,
lisliiu-livi
.ml ilnll.
The '
tut ii.
..ii .loll.,
i KII...
rail I. 111.
In- I.CIil
.loll
lii-.ittiil pen
.  i.iulil |nll
It yon'..-
uie .,ns. com
i.l.-l  llie sun
.mil is
Ins Im:
Mi,ll.  |i
.il  lo Ilis
lining   in
Ol llil'llll
..in.
.11 willi a liiilll a swell lime
looking   fu.
- down ... Klk..
back it. Klk..
.•Ills lasl   week
en.el I....u-il l.v
Huh    Sl.illu-fl: an.l     I-
auk
ft	
Adams
Wild
Mors
Al I   flit)'
Plains passed
Tuba
H ifir
rulnti.
1.1..nn.l.il.-
.-lies, etc.
■ff.
trod     stem  - winding
.'. S.     Mt-Ktvi-ii li
i...l eWldreu   up .
Shetland pontes.
Sunday
...    sis-
the
will.
Iiuil
Charlie Maxwell came in fin
Itock Creek Game preserve*
another clothe I,asl„-| full ,,.
tor Hie Klko Knglcs.
Wm, Tuttle, llu, game warden, was
in Klko this week; also Kit. Kiliniiu'i,
Iln- Fernie contractor,
men, nil ex-perls
i, going    Into   Hi
•i.iiuiiy from Kottsville
outfits have crews
ing limber.
ami  liinlii'i
•   Flathead
Two Spok-
in there now
A   lia
Ih lei.
aguiusl
a liar.
You   cul
l Im-1 Inn
liaiigt'toiis Hn... a
loek your door
yuu can't against
ims iii.iii
moth Klko o
in atlciul Hie races
r--r.il It...., Klko's
busy selling dried
lat'i-s io accompany
trip.
is. .1. li. Pugh, accompanied by
son Mi-ieiliHi, of Okotoks, Alta.,
spending a few davs with her lius-
I, of Hie Hock Creek ...ills, ami
lying lhe Iienulil.il scenery ol Klko
su.........ling country.
■ gilig of  Hie  Y
inalt'il
.slings
I li.linl
win. I
W.i'iis,
Itnl.i-lt   Hi..
tbe  (lasl   fi-tt
Haul! a   few  davs a.
been Im treat men I
.is l.tfii ill    fi
returned   tnn
it In-h- he    ha
iltlt'ess. | Hugh it (iiiuioiii, ..I Vancouver,
was ill the eily tliis week. Mi. (III-
aii..a.- is good tti look upon, and is always in a good humor w.ll. the world
a. large, .....I Hrillsli Columbia In
..arlli-ular. Th- repul'ls tl.e saw...ill
Itus-incus gtHXt .....I it... .1.-in.mil lor
.......l.i.ii'i. keen ..ml Itislslni.t.
Miss
S.I I
F. ..l.i t
I'll..I p    wl..
iu Nelsnn,
evening to
s  lii-f.i
Iff.I ll
.il tending-
.me    lasl
\  very stirct'ssliil
,.i II i.it     eve n
I large crowd was i.
ill enjiiv.il     Hfiif.fl
I i.    Tlie | t wh
... Mis. I......I ..ml M
K.liili l.uuil,     wl...
visit I., frit-mis in .1
days.
une was given
li Hie Mill hall.
allfiiiliini'i' alitl
es ....Iil a lull.
glVon in li.illnt
.ses Hazel ..ml
ill lenv
(From  the  Fernie Flee Press.)
The   school Iiii if,   will lie
ip.ale lo. bousing all of Ibe pi
pupils .hm le.in, Judging Ii) il
senl growing school population
l.n. pupils aliened .lining tbe
ar.
il.i.llf
isslbl
Over
past
st  in
lew
fspecteil citizens uf Hie dislriel.
The rumor lias heen beard on' the
street a number nf limes lately lh.it
Frank II. Sherman, district president
ul ll.c,I'nil.st Mine Workers of America, con-templates resigning his position, possibly iu the near lutnie.
Whether there is any truth in the report is dillii-ull In say as Mr. Slu-r-
tlati has nlaile no slii.t-lncnl on tl.e
til.ii-t-l. Pt'ler Patterson has said
lie ....uhl inn lal.e Hie nlli.'e. Tin-
iiiiiiii  docs iml give   Mr. Slu-tinaii's
•a sons.
Ilepo
STUCK QUOTATION'S
led l.y    H.'.il.' ft Klwell,
els, Crnliblouk, It. C.
, I il.n,
al  ....
Sullivan
Kainlili-i
All..-, la
No. Ih SI  	
Western tt.i ..
Western inl il'ul. ,
Nieol.l Coal  	
I rnnlionul Coal
Sn
sin
I'aiiliniiill,. Sinil.i-
Diamond Coal ..
. 1U!
.. HII
.. S3
. Ill
.1 711
.A.Xl
.. V
. I .nr.
...i itr,
... ir.
I nu
FISHING TACKLE    Thai Will Catch Fish    FISHING TACKLE f
I MOYIE !
(Krom the Moyie Leader.)
A  bin l
:il..i fnin
nth nf lliuHiciers i
Kcrnie Sunday
ii snv there'll either li
wholesale bouse ereel
mnre moons.
rrived i"
and its
r a bank
•d before
mnnnger pt ihe
e, and a imrty
lliuiH'
id lad-
y  were
The elephant that 'escaped from
Norl'ls A Howe's emus is at, large
un Tobacco Plains and it's worth
mute than the whole show to sec thu
hi}* giMisek'nies trying to hidn hehiiid
ihe pumpkins when he hears any id
ih.* natives around.
.1, 1), MeBride, Cranb rook's well
known hardware man, stopped oil iu
Klko un his return from Gateway
last, week and met the man whn never
lakes two biles »t a. cherry.
An English Lord and a United
States son of a gun arrived iu Klko
lasl week from Wardner and registered .it the Hoffman house, and ragtime
music iloatifil from the parlor, morn-
1111-, noon and nig'ht. The Lord,
when opportunity offered, would hoi
nil lhe liidies until they blushed
LTiuison, and tell them how iu Russia he danced llu* Duchess of Lether-
sllhe io a whisper, don't chou know,
and how he was writing by special rallies I for the Wide, Weary
World Magazine, and how he would
make Klko more famous than Fred
Ron's Indian weddings, skunk stories
ami round up rides had ever done.
Mis high-toned logic and pink cambric sentiments would crush the soul
of a Missouri mule skinner, or a
cowboy on (lie hurricane deck of a
wild c.iyiise wilh envy, mid raise the
hair of a reservation Indian. Rut
tor him lhe sun would refuse to ripen
cucumbers and the moon would rip
knots oil the water melons. The son
of a gun meant well, but hades is
lull of (hose kind of people, aud his
looks would remind you of a cross
hei ween a brass foundry and a
Chimpanzee monkey, and lied with
such complacent coolness that would
liiin hades into a cold storage resort. 'Hiey were having a swell
time and cutting lemons hy the
do/en and they noticed faces old and
familiar gathering round, anil it was
iheir intention to slide out like a
couple of snakes slipping through the
glass that night for fields aud pastures new, when Chief McMilllln'S
.Nova Scotia greyhound, grabbed Uiem
hy ihe back of tlie neck and run them
into the bird cage on College avenue,
an.I presented them to the justice of
the peace, whu hates a lazy man
worse than the devil hates double .lis-
lllldl holy water, and never loses an
opportunity to slop that class of
people from running round the country painting rainbows in full bloom
,.t other people's expense, and quick
el than a spring lamb could jump a
thistle they were given tin days and
the same amount of nights in Keinir,
H. C near Cokato, guests ol his
majesty, and when last seen thev
both looked like the figure h with the
nm torn off.
Mr.     Gusty, maiiaj-er for I'. llurns
Co., was iu Klbu Friday rendering
attic, sheep and hogs into green
.1. Marshall,
Hank, of Fern
cs and gentlemen i'i
Klko visitors Sund-i;
The Soo-Spokane Inlernatioiial-
Corhin Cianhiuok-C. I'. H. trains
will pass through Klko, lhe Paradise
nf South Kast Kootcuay, twice daily.
The (Irent Northern intends putting
on several more passenger trains to
bring in tourists from Chicago, New
York,    New Orleans and    South AI-
Mr. ami Mrs. Francis While, of
Kcrnie, Miss While, of Montreal and
London, Kng., rcspeelively, were visitors al ihe Cumberland house, Klko,
Sunday.
May     lhe
the worst
Here's success to Klko:
liesl day wc have seen he
Ihal is 'lo come.
 4,	
WISE LAWS
The man of the period is really the
man of the dollar mark.
.Many a fellow lacks determination,
•xeepl thai he is determined not,   to
The
ihi
live.
Ihnl  men   ilo also lives
The neighbors ki*cp it
Kveli lhe man with a poor memory
iny find il easier to forgive than io
iri-el.
There
Ihe sun,
give ymi
may he nothing new undt
hut the druggist can uhvays
"something just as good.
j        WARDNER |
(From our   own   correspondent.)
Misses Hazel and Kdilh Luml, win
liavc heen attending school iu Nelson,
arrived home on Friday evening last
io spend Iheir vacation.
Constable Adiiay returned from
Ni-w Westminster on Sunday.
Miss T. It. Johnson, teacher of the
Wardner public school, left for her
home in Grand Forks ou Sunday
morning lasl, accompanied by her
sister, Miss M. Johnson, assistant
leaeher in Michel, B. C.
Ou Wednesday evening last the
marriage of Mr. Earnest Sparham
anil Miss Rogers was solemnized at
the home nf the bride's brother, Mr.
Samuel Rogers. The ceremony was
performed hy Rev. Hughes, of Cran-
hrnijk. Mr. nml Mrs. Sparliam will
occupy ihe house recently vacated by
Mi. and Mis. Pete Greny.
Miss Maud Htun*, a former leaeher
uf the Waidner m lm.il, but now ol
f I rand Forks, is spending a few
lays in lown lieforu going to bet
home iu     Cochrane, Alia., for     the
MacKaeliiraii A*. Ma
heir new delivery w
•asl Ihis week.
■iveil
the
Mis. McCie
from Homier.'
Mr. and Mrs.
dy and daughter are up
Kerry visiting with
Alex." MacFarhine.
Chas. Peiei'son lias opened a harbor
hop in lhe old Leader office on low-
l t'neelis it venue.
"Sa inly'' MacFa rla ne will begin
work nu his new residence next week
ll will he 22x21 feet in size.
Mr. Kowerbutls    has returned from
his nut tug iu lhe    Boundary country
ml is now    employed as it carpenter
l  ihe St. Kugene.
Superintendent Soutb, of the child
reus Aid society, wijs in Fernie oi
Tuesday in connection with the removal of the Law-am children to the
provincial home.
Wm. Ilaz/ard, an employe at the
orth American Land .v. Lumber
company's mill, lost his right hand iu
,i sbiugie machine on Monday morning. The saw made a slanting rut
oss lhe hand taking all (he lingers. The stump of hand is a difficult.
proposition to heal hut, it is doing as
well a.s can he expected.
The Eastern Townships Bank will
open for business iu temporary tpiar-
tels as soon as these can he seeflrwl,
pending lhe erection of their handsome new building. There are per-
sisl.-nl rumors 10 the effect that the
Imperial Bank will erect a business
block on iheir premises, the site of
the old Coal company's offices. Ferine is doing the banking for a great
number of business instil ut ions up and
down the railway lines leading into
lhe lown and is'the natural hankin-*
ecu lor for a large Held.
•tn
II.  G
Oknnag;
Watson    writes from    the
u that he and     Mrs. Watson
ardeu
watch
plnco
upied by W. P. Bromley.
ready   for business about
It. B. Linzey is opening a
repairing cstabllshiuenl in the
formerly
lie  Wil  ll	
■Inly 1st.
.lack McTavish and wife, Thos.
Rttder and wife, Chas. Farrell, Thos.
Lennihaii, Fred. Lindsay, Peter
Davis and Jas. Garden took iu the
circus al Cranhrook Monday. I
Dan Goupill, Oscar Jos ted ami
Ben Nelson got a ducking in Movie
lake Thursday afternoon by the
swamping of the sailboat which they
■Vere out in. The lake was a little
choppy hul did not appear to be unusually rough at the time the boat-
went over, The three men clung to
the rigging until rescued hy a small
hoat, and thev were landed on terra
llrnta thoroughly soaked, hut still in
the ring. The boat which upset is
known as the Glen Campbell y-ichi.
A year ago it behaved in the same
manner and nearly drowned two men.
Ben F.vaus came over from Miillnn,
Idaho, this week to take a position
as shifihoss at the St. Kugene in tbe
place of Ben Fox, who is leaving
nexl week for Spokane, Mr. Evans
has been working at the Hunter near
Mtillnn.
Giii. W. Orchard, who bas been
manager of the Porto Rico Lumber
company nt Moyie for the past year
and a half, has resigned his position,
.md \^ll leave next week for Spokane
where ne has purchased au III teres!
in the Interstate Rubber company,
which was recently organized In that
city. A successor to Mr. Orchard
has not Im-cii appointed. It has been
hinted, however, that probably J. A.
Dewnr, the general manager, will personally supervise the affairs at the
Movie plant for a while. Movie will
regret very much ihe departure of
Mr. and Mrs. Orchard, and they wilt
'enve here a host of warm personal
friends,
fat   i 	
hacks, and left on the east liound
Haiti for Fernie with hopes as rosy
.is ihe dawn of June.
Ii is reported iu Klko that any person visiting Kootenay river points
.ne stuck for drinks hy the iuost|ui-
tos. We believe it. But its not allowed in Klko. ("ome anil see for
yourself.
This world is full of sorrow
Which increases day by day
lis jolly hard to borrow
And its harder still to pay.
Mary Jane—"Come home at once.
• Papa goes out looking for you every
night and comes home spifflicaled ami
his clothes look as if they had been
put on with a pitch fork."—Eliza
Ann.
Charlie Yeandle, 0, P   R. engineer,
was visiting his old college chums in
a tion.
Mr   M   Ke
sling,
town
of  J.ilTray, called
on Sunday last.
hy  Mr
id Mrs. Howell It.a
1 resilience recently
aud Mis, S. Rogers.
I* moved
occupied
Mrs.  Haywood   and  three children,
•rived    here a   few davs ago    from
Colchester, England.     'Mr. Haywood
has been employed     with the lumber
company for some lime.
Mrs. Jewitt and son Harvey, of
Spokane, Wash., arrived iu town ou
Tuesday evening last, and will spend
the vacation at the home nf her
brother, Mr. Peter Lund.
Mr.   Irving    J. Willson,   C. p, U.
agent,  lefl lor
on   business,
about a month. I
Mrs. Wm, Thorp was In Cranbrook
on Friday last.
J. P. Fink, of Cranhrook, called on
friends in town ou Friday last,
A very pleasant and enjoyable time
was spent last    Friday afternoon at
j_a_r
Zah-bukI
IWEDTHBI
ale enjoying life 	
Briiish Columbia.
The foundation walls uf the new
post ollice aie completed. Brick
for the superstructure will he
brought iu from Lethbridge ami Cal-
uy.
The locomotive for the North Am
cricau Land A Lumbei company, arrived llns week and is hauling logs
in the hush railway. The little engine is a powerful machine and    can
imb a Iiill like a wildcat.
.1. F. Armstrong was up from
Cranbrook on Tuesday iu the capac-
y of stipendiary magistrate, to
include ii case growing out of an
action against the Norris .V Rowe
circus for Hit* non-payment of wages.
The claim was for Uiu' and judgment
was given for the plaintiff. The circus paid undei' ptotest.
A man from Elko, whose name we
were unable to learn, got chummy
wiib a couple of strangers on Tuesday
nighl, and got touched for about
$.l"i. lie was also touched behind
llie ear by some appropriate Instrument Dial put him iu the clear for
a couple of hours. The police have
no clue to the identity of the strangers.
The sale of governmenl lots in lhe
annex by Assistant. Commissioner of
Lands and Works J. F. Armstrong,
Wiis mosl successful from the point
of view of transfers, Many citizens,
as well as outsiders, availed themselves of the opportunity lo get in on
ihe ground floor in the F|*pi|e' fc.il
estate skyscraper.
A social dance was given iu the
Waldorf hotel ou Wednesday evening
in honor of Robert. Moore, jr. About
twenty couples occupied the floor '"»(
ihe spacious dinipg room. Rapcing
was kepi up until an early hour on
Thursday morning when'the guests
departed with many words of praise
for the genial Host of the evening,
ami the earnest hope that they might
soon again eiijov the hospitality of
lhe Waldorf.
linnipeg on Tuesday
lie  will    bu   absent
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FERNIE
I
(From The Fernie Ledger.)
A man named Charles II. Drew
eident.illv felt oil the G. N. railway
bridge at Klkmouth last Sunday and
was drowned. The deceased was II
vrais old and a ualive of Illinois, but
'had lived most of his time lu Montana, heitig well known iu Great
Falls and Libbv. He had been working al lhe MoI t-H.mil.ni sawmill fort
the lasl iwo months. His lm.lv had
md yet been recovered last  Monday.
The committee appointed at tlie
(Athletic association meeting have
heen busy, and as a result have ihe
promise of nearly tl.niui towards the
expenses of the proposed civic holiday
celebration io be held on August 5,
and thai it will be a grand success
is beyond any doubt. The city's donation of $200 towards making the
day a success is greatly appreciated,
and adds a soil of official recognition
lo the undertaking.
Miss Alexander arrived home ou
Saturday evening after a delightful
two months visit to the coast. She
says although the weather was hcau-
tiflil and she hatl a lovely time, that
il was tpiite nice to be back In
uie agnin.
The new bell for thu fire halt was
hoisted up to its home in the new
tower on the fire hall Thursday evening, and the eity is now np-tiHlale
with iis fire alarm equipment.
The warm weather has put the rivei on the boom a^.iin, ami it has
reached tbs highest mark ot tht ju.
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(From I'he Frank Pauer.)
The plans for the race meet of the
ass Tuii association for the after-
■on of ihe fourth of July, con female lhe tout ami without doubt it
ill prove ihe most micccGsful |pa|-
ee the association has held Ihu-i
r. It is assured tbat there will he
une line sport.
The last
southwest
\ew  Wain.
week    to
$2(10,000,
of the great herds of the
if Alberta, that of the
ml ranch, was sold last
t Calgary capitalist for
The   land of    the ranch
Mrs. M. Bar
rolt, im Mnr-
etui i-SL, Mon-
tri'.il. Kft)-n;--
"A horrid
rani, clone out all over mj* li.iliy's fauo nml
spread until it had totally ooVEtreilhliscalp.
It Wi*.-- irritating and painful, and oailtiuil
tlie little ono.houn of BUtfbrln~-. We tried
.-.•film mid. powderi ami salves, bullioB.il
no butler. Hew-tH sn frtlfnl nil 1I117 lout"
that it made it very banl fur ine, He
I't-'fiisnil hi' food, if.it quite thin nml worn.
ami was rednt-ett to a vury nerlotmcondition, I wa-i one day advise.! lony/..unlink, and did ho> It was wonderful how it
suetned to cool and unite the child's burning, paioful *klo. He gnuliiiilly bticnine
more eatty and able tn>lt>.-p. Zuii-Huk fioiii
the very coinnienet'iiitun seuuied >o i*..
right to thu -.put, ami Hid pimple-i nn.l
snri'i* ami the jrriUtiun i*rew Icii nn.l less.
Within n few weeks my li.il.y'* tikiii was
neali'.i completely. He lias now tint 111 i-ihv
i.f rash, or eruption, or ecKoinn. or burning
sore. Nnt'only uu, lint ennui ot tin. lor-
metiting nkin trmitili', Inili.Hiiii'.rtmilin
general iteullh. He Ims i^ol t'.it mul plump,
-.M-iglwm.le-- liinn '.It II.-., althmi|*h only 7
liiinitli'i'lil,ami is in fli'-t-t'la-iscondition."
Zkin-Ouk It mill at all anni-f* .mil mclii-iiii) v--ii
iloti, Wm. alion.firi-iisi (rei- from /-iiu-Huk Co.,
Toronlo, tot pri.**. 6 Iwle, Inr M.50,
™i^ HEATSORES.ITCH
SUMMERECZFMA CHAFEDPtACEb
SOREFEEUUNBURItST.N'*''
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRED ROD, Proprietor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assort ...ml uf Fishing Tackle suitable
lur the District in B. C.
Indian Curius, Specimen Big Game I leads, and Suu -
venirs ul The Ureal West.
A STORI- WIIH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL KEEP IT
X
HEADQUARTERS
ELKO, B. C.
• OUR CURED MEATSj
niv ni* the In-at. Tlioy arc lean, thoroughly siu.ikiil ninl mi red Canadian
goods, put up in cteiin, tinn Backs,
WIDE BREAKFAST BACON
ALL SIZED HAMS
P. BURNS ® CO., Ltd.
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WAU0N8, I'.MIItlAiiDH AND  IMPLEMENTS
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f liOnli IIOHSKH ALWAYS To HK HAH *
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Crnnbruik II, ('.
l''iiiii*i-;il Director
I'lione N...
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kind;
ol repairing,   liive me a call.
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i: T. Cole, Manager
' ' Wi. niv.- tlio li.'St tt. ..nr pa-
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cotnimiiy will ii.iH' In* divided up Into
Mti,1II (arms ami sold. Tliis is \to
last ol iln* hiK outfits. Tin; old ft a
Iiiik suiriiinlHil   iHlfore 1111 ItiOtlOtiillftf-
civllizatlon.
Contractors Froyer & Sim-lair
have lieen awardi1*! tin* contract for
IhiII'IIii*- iln* ini new notln(*(!H to b«
erected hy the West Canaillnn Collieries at llellevue. The worki Is already under way.
Alex. Ooyette is malriiif; Rood progress with the completion ol Iris new
Stone blnek. He lias tlm south half 1
nnii|*h aloii** to enable him   to
When You
Come to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rnckenrlurl
Proprietors
Opposite C. I». R.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
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Cut*, lust l.ls Hip Inst Ftitlay even-
Iiw l.y .l.'..wni.t>; in llu* creek fun.,
wttit'l. Ih,' ttjwtt tiik.'s its name,
.luilge Miit-ilf.i wns i.n.ssiiig. tint
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homo ...ul i,.|| into the water, Tl.e
stream was high sail he was usable
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DAN McDONAI.ll,  I'KOPKIKIOH.    CKANHKIM.K, It. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tlm Manitoba it* centrally located and ban one of tlie best dllilngroomt
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READ THE HERALD THK   dtANI'IIOOk   UKUALO
STUBORN FACT'
(Victoria Times.)
London    Times   Ims brought
j..y t«i   Hie hearts ol the
MATI'll RACE DECLINED
Tlie
grout   .
porters .il Premier. McBride l.y colli'
liliUH-iitittg that gentleman, In a
s.ti.'.lv conventional way, u|ioi. the
success Ih. hits achieved at "tho loot ■—-
ol the throne."      Thei don Times |
.s U Brest newspaper    with mullitar- HOW PANAMA
inns sources ,.l information, hut it is'
.(trite possible that tiie    Thunderer is
..... familiar with nil llu- details len-il-
i.n- up to tilro expotiition nt Premier
Mt-Hiiili- in l.iniihtii.       I''nt oxamplc,
il..' Times evidently km.tvs nothing ..I
all ah.....  tt..' circumstances eonnccl-
,,l with tin- -insertion ul Iln- objcctlon-
nl   tvn.-ils  "linal  anil  llllilllrrill.lt-"    in
tho resolutions passed l.y tin- Ottawa
ounlon-iKV    nf     |i:itviin-int premiers.
Tin- wonts in nuestlon were uul    in-
ci.l-|...mini in lhc h'snlnlinns ...    ll.c
Instants' nt Iln- Dominion government-,
I,... l.v ll.c picnics uf lhc provinces
its .. .-ii.ii.miff l-l.nI  if Hid. .lent.lulu
  ...'ceded    In linn,' in.ul.I h,-   iiii
Dublin, .luui- 28.—Richard Itrnkot
has challenged ('apt. .1. 11- Orcer,
jr., owner of Slievc (lallion, tn a
"I'- matched race will, his Orl.y at any
distance [row live lurlongs In thrco
miles.    Captain Qrcer declined.
HATS ARE MAPI'.
. Hi..
ll-lllf
1.1.-.
i.plv  III...
..Ill
ll
-.p..
Ill
nil.'.. I
Ici'cil spondthi'llt
UIU H       In lire
l.i-1 l.-i   if I iif  IUU
 il   iilinl.-i.-i
il.tvs this provlnoc tt
('onserva'tlws tvl.n
very ottreltil lesi they
l|ii,n  ...I.m..   fnr ....
They were meant
lur a-, the |,i... in.-.n
appeals f... holler
- I. lhc soltlom.-i.l
if ml.I lie "Im.il il ml
111   tills    tV.iV    II    tt..-.
lhc  iiii.I.--I   .'in,.ii
......lie.   nl ..illilfllll.il
"lli.l.l ll'|i.,"   lit  111-
 vlnoli.1 ...Imlnls-
i.rlKlii.il npp.-t.lH I...
nl.   I'ulninlilii    tn.|k
Hi
Down in Hie Republic uf Colombia
lhc Panama hai industry follows in
Importance, those ol coffee, gold,
hides, cattle, tobacco anil rubber, ami
is carried nu ia Mie departments ol
I'timllmimarea, Tollmn, An-Woojilai,
.mil Snnlanilc, In.l mostly in the
lalter, where it is the brcad-winni'.
In in,...- 11...i. one-hall its pupulatiun.
There ore nu regular factories, but
.he I...is .ui. l.n ml'.....tic hy thousands
nl pi-nsiiiii tvon.c. in almost as many
liiiiischiil.ls and sold or traded iu tlie
local siotes in exchange lot provisions1
 iicles of clothing, the In.l being
in ihese ii-itinns il convenient ....ilium
nl c\cli.nme. lhe housewife exchanging
.1.,. prutlm-l o. he lal.oi Im s„ many
...I..Is
..it.
il......
oi  life.
i.lln-l
i liiilll  ttllli'l
in much
|,.llll.   is
pa
oils
.tie
Le
nt. ... II.
.-.ppoiired   toh.
a.l-
nl   by 11"  I1
 le  llilll    llllllli leaf. III.- If
.pod oh ... coi..-
lilt, sau.c way as lit'tup
called Int-iilly "iipljupn,"
small in appearance ami
... .)........i.es .... Hn- low
I,in.is ol the upper Mag-
grows wild, hut is also
It-hough in a limited ex-
larger Iml dis'lrlcls,   lhc
...il.I
in
fence lo a fulcra! I'oliscniil
iiiii.is.r.i.inn. N'ntv .he situation i.i
elm0,1,1.1. There is a Libera! government in power al Ottawa nnd a
prnvlnel.il Conservative Kovernmeut
in ....uc. in llrilisli Columbia.
Wl..'.. ll.c iiilffnh.fN.fi,.I i (.-ii-if..
-. at Ottawa
t. i;t I iv,- made
ll.c   i.ll'lllsilll
lasl vein
i.i uliieclini
ol  ll.c  it-
,.n.     ui
ill.'
rosnlnlira.s. Tl.e sigltitlon
ivnrils .lid nut occur to hi
lender nf Hie Liberal pari.
('..lu...bin culled audio..'
the legislature. Mr. Mat
cil the lender ol .1..- cover!.:
li
our r
•prc-
.'111    '
i.ii.i!
ci.lt't'
ence
ff of
lhc
llllli
the
ill 111
lish
II III.'
n in
nll.llll
ask-
cut
■d made any protest, mciiMnnTiw*: tin*
fact Unit be'had coiiimiiiiicntod by
telegraph with Sir Wilfrid Laurier on
iln* snbjeet. noes any one suppose
thai if Premier .McBride had entered
a protest at lhe proper time n-galnsl
Uif limitations proposed Hint Sir
Wilfrid l.aurier, who had already expressed the opinion that the special
grunt nf nne million doltars was in-
siilllcloiH nnd hatl oltcred in exert his
powerful influence tn have lhe allow-
nuce iticrensed, wnuld have raised any
objections io ihi' suggested pllmlnn-
tJoit? Or does any one contend that
if lhc objection hatl been raised by
Premier Mcltrlde and endorsed hv
Sir Wilfrid Laurier that the cm>r->
nice wnuld have refused to entertain
llie objection.' The fact is thai
Premier McRrldc attached no Importance whatever tn llie presence in
the resolulinits nf the words "linal
and unalterable." He did not go to
Lomkin wilh llie idea in his mind ol
having them struck out of the hill
placed before the Imperial parlia-
meni by Mr. Winston Churchill.    He
went   there      wilh   the  avowed  detcr-
mlimtlon of having the Imperial authorities Intervene between ito province ami the Dominion fixed by such a
tribunal. II was perfectly obvious
to anyone conversant wilh lhe eir-
I'Uinstnnces of the case and with even
a dim perception nf the nature of lhe
relations helween the Imperial power
.md the federal uud the provincial
powers ihat ihe government of Sir
Henry Cnmnhcll-Bnnncrmnn could
not possibly Interfere in the Internal
iiffnirs of Canada in the manner proposed hv Premier Mi-Bride. 11 did
not interfere. The s'
what "Tt Wiis when P
appeared before the
premiers and mnde his
this exception, lhat 1b
for lhc lime being
opened until another
premiers assembles
nnnounccd .is pla
r.inl.l stale a c.i
was one between
and   the    Dnniinlo
ill",
wincing in a little over a
Tin* preparation id the liber
the tissues have been combed
.'.insists of boiling same in walcr
willing sail and lemon juice for
'licet of wlvltenlng and rounding
-iiirfatv; this operation lakes a
few hours. The straw is then exposed to the night air for tlm* cou-
rilve nights, after whieh it is
ly fm use. The material em-
t'eil in the making of a hai is
ri; el ul a I from fifteen to forty
is per Init, according to the tinc-
■ and whiteness of the straw, the
youngest leavess generally giving the
best (pi-iUty. It takes a woman four
labs to make an ordinary hat, eight
days for a good one, and as much as
two weeks for Ihe llncst hat made.
The salary of Hie peasant woman
employed iu the making ot a "jipij-
ap.i" bat is reckoned at ten cents s
day, including her food, which can
he calculated at ten cents additional
CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Peter .Jensen, ol
Wasa, B, l'., Prospector, intends to
apply '"• a special timber license
over  the  following described  lands:
I. Commencing at a post planted
ahoul "IiiO chains south-west of mouth
of Caribou Creek, theme east 160
chains, thence south -in chains,
thence west Itiii chains, thence north
-Id chains to poini nf commencement,
and containing li-iu acres, more or
less.
Peter Jensen.
Dated June 8, 1!U)7. M-Ct*
'-. Commencing at a pnst planted
it the riouth-west, corner nf License
Nn, I, thence east 811 chains, thence
smith fin rhains, thence west 80
liains, theuce north 811 chains tn
polnl nf commencementi ami containing li-Hl acres, more or less.
Peter   Jensen.
Mated June 8,  11107. Il-IM'
a. Commencing ai a post planted
il lhe imrth-west cornet of License
No I, tlience wesi till chains, tlienrc
-Qlllh 8ii chains, thence eust 80
'hams. Ihence north su chains to
iiollll nf commencement, and containing till) ncrea, more or less.
Peter Jensen.
Daled June 8, 1007. H-fit*
l. Commencing ai a post planted
Hi chains south nf siiuMi-west corner
ol License ,No. I, Ihence south 811
liains. thence west, KII chains, thence
nortli Mi chains, theuee east 80
•haim; to point, nf commencement, and
nutainiiig 010 acres, more or less.
Peter Jensen.
Dated June 8, 1007. 14-61*
NEW      DIAMOND      FIELDS
SOUTH AFRICA
IN
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Peter Jensen, of
Wasa, R. C, Prospector, intends to
apply lor a special timber license
over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south of south-west corner ol
License 1170.1, thence south 40 chains,
ihence west 100 chains, Uience north
40 chains, thence east 160 ehains to
point of commencement, and containing 010 acres, more or less.
Peter Jensen.
Dated June 8, 1907. H-fit*
SOCIETY ANU
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Murphy & Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental     and
Patent Oflice Agents.
Practice Before Railway Commission
Charles Murphy. tfarold F_sber.
Crescent Lodge No. 3S
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p. tu.  at
New Fraternity  Hall.
A. c. Bowness, C. C.
P. A, Small, K. of R- & i>
Visiting   brethren  cordially invited
to attend.
N. U.
l.O.O.F. Hey City I.wlitr
No. 42. Meets every
Muudav night al
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
Chas. Smith, V. IL McKay,
Sec'y.
trriiitinM.lv Uilgr. Nn. J-J
A. P. ft A. M.
Regular meeting* uu
the third   Thursday
uf eveiy   iimnU.
Visiting hreU.eu welcomed.
Edward Klwell, W.M.
\\. f. Atlrldge. Sec'y.
One of the sensations in .South Africa today, and most in the public
eye, is the discovery of diamonds in
hitherto undeveloped districts in the
province of Griqualaiid West, Cape
Colony, ami at old diggins, where in
former years the crudeness of appliances, mode of working amt cheapness of diamonds caused them to be
abandoned, and where now, under
new conditions of mining and increased value, lhe stones are found in pay-
in-; quantities. These fields consist
of the old diggings along the banks-
nf the Van I river and the newly discovered alluvial deposits, parallel to
but some miles from the Vaal river.
The old diggings stretch for many
miles, and the old debris, years ago
abandoned ns unprofitable, is being re-
washed by improved machinery, more
l ban paying the cost of removal, are
discovered stones of fair size, unusual
brilliancy and often great value. This
is especially Hie case at "Old Pbiel,"
opposite the little village nf Barkly
West on     the    Van I, about eighteen
miles  frnm   Kimberley.      It   is all re-
miet McBride
conference of
lemnnds, with
Mr
lily    at
r> thai
all   th
Churchill
s   language
the matter
provinces
must     be
sell-led In
ami   llie
wlmlevei
niil'liorlth
tween tin
Dominion
thr
pnt li.iment.
thev would hi
feience lo  the
ll
lit
tinders t>
left
obi.viion
e federal
n .d   tlie
fiom
Imperial
ml Ihnl
nt in   de
ntil
li.nl
tm ii|n
.is he
prov.ln
pnrpni
thnl li
scentun
is nl III
Proinloi Mc
nlnliil.ililv lulled il. .1.
i which he sel fi.illi in-
oo.l ll.c Interest.. ..I ill
lhc Ottawa conlerei.ee I,.
,- ...    ...Kllnt mi eHectli
.. .....st he ...,i,lc ... ap
. sen oil a fii'.n.il trltimpl
n    ...iHiiiif.iti,.ii   ,.i
- lull iiiitt- hoi  .In
iiniii-
Th,
large
rich.
■vit I nf Ui
finds I
l'l III.' Hie
.line.     In
ol dollar
'.I   .....I   nil
iir cleared tl.l
I. -.I,.h.,iiliesl,n
.'lilornln in the '50s.
saw wort- on a fitirly
uni in some instances
stones „f great purity
one pocket somo tliou-
- worlh lintl lit.'., tlis-
lllllli.lll   .ItllUitlOll
mil nf a week's
Correspondence
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF CRANBROOK
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Miirly
days afler date I intend to apply to
the Hon. Chief Commissioner of>
Lands and Works and to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands ami
Works fnr the District of East Koiv
lenay, for a license to prospect for
coal and ]K*t roleiim on the following
described laud, situate on the North-
East Michel Creek, ahout eight and
une-halt miles north and west of the
Crows Nest station:
1. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-west corner of R. O.
Belden's claim, same being the initial
post ot F. L. Parrel's claim and
marked "F. L. Farrel's south-west
corner," ihence 80 chains north,
tlience 80 chains east, thence 8ll
chains south, tbenee 80 chains west
to place nl beginning, contftlnlnj
about 010 acres.
F. Ij. Parrel. Locator,
It. n. Belden, Agent.
Located May 10th, 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-west corner of R. (1.
Belden's claim, same helng the initial post ol A. Ballanline's claim
and marked "A. Rnltanline's southeast corner post," thence 80 chains
norlh. thence Jin chains west, thence
80 chains south, thence SO chains
easi to place of beginning, and eon-
lainttig about 040 acres,
A. Rallantilne, Locator,
U. 0. Belden. Agent.
Located May ifllh, 1007.        i3-6t
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at 8
p.HI.
.'hits. Smith, W.P.
ill. 1). Ullllngs, Secretary.
Visiting l.iethti'u cotdlally muted.
LOYAL, OKA NUB LODGE, NO. Jt>7.
CRANBROOK
and
Meet at Ii. ol L. f. IUU 8ud
1lb Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
T. lloyter, Jas. K. Lariigac,
W. M. Sec'y.
w.
P. OURI),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
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I1KS. KING & UKF.BN,
CRANI1R0OK
SOUTH DIVISION r>|.
TENAY
LAND DISTRICT
I3AST KOO
EXTRACT
tiuit
PROM    I'll! Ml
TAX BY-LAW.
Kt-lilliigs, 111
In
perlnl parliament,
DYING FROM THU KFFECTS
OF GALLANT RESCUE
V.n.couvei Province Ml C .1.
South who ton lusl relurnetl from a
nsii io ibe Inlertoi nn the business
..I  tin- Children's     Md society, met
with one disappointment nl a pathetic
.li.ii.idel   on bis tiip. Re.ideis    nf
Tin- province will recftll the nallant
lenciin ol Mi Ployd Reveller from
drownltiR iu    tin' ley walen ot    tbe
\nm\   lake about a  vear am. .it     tb.<
lowei naitnws ilurlng lhc high v. iter
nf   the  season       The  tescne   Wis    i-f-
tiH-tnl bv Iwo    Indian lads, renldont-R
of Burton CltV, on Hie wesi shore nt
tlie bike, and had il  not been for the
bravery of tbeno two native luothora
\[X   Reveller wnuld undoubleilly have
been swept to his death.
Earlv steps    were taken   In teiU'C-
si'tit the facts iu the case to the officers of    the Royal Humane society
with the view of 'procuring the medal
of the society for the deserving lids,
and I'i 'bie time the represent!lions
v '   M   with, Hie  medals being
forwarded to lhe provincial custodian, Mr. South, who took them with
bim fnr presentation on his last trip.
On his arrival nt Nelson Mr, South
learned that Victor Kootenay, tho
'iiuuger Indian who had led in the
rescue. Is dying from the effects of
lhe  chill ami   subsequent,   pneumonic
developments resiilllng from bis long ',;' VlWI'iVtlt- Movie'" River; thbnce
swim lu lhe waters n the 1»^; The Wret ,„, (.,wJ. 'thcnM Il0rth 1(m
brother of VI tor is as. suiter ng ho chains, Ihence east 10 chains, thence
ill effects o   the dip, but not to   the IlorH| m ch..lm   to point of     com-
same exiein.       . meucemtmt, and conta nlng (110 acres,
The mwlals were left In lhe care nt more or less
Nelson people   for    presentation   as
soon ati Victor rallies BUtliclently   to|   Dated June lath
properly appreciate tht recognition. '
No person    shall allow anv horse,
mule,  bill),  ns, COW,  sheep, goat,  pig
oi utltei cuttle or poultry lo run at
lurge within the city, otherwise the
same may be impounded and the own-
ci ttit'ti'..! is liable fm damages caused.
Any person may impound an animal
foultd running at large. The One tn
the poumlkeepei for every animal is
as follows:
Stallions, S5.00.
(ithei horses,
lies nt  mules, SI 00 each
Hull.  1-5 00.
Cow m other kind vt cattle, i: 00.
lb ui  nig, M.UU.
Pig. sheep ol   gnat, $1.00.
Fowl,  U!) cents.
The pound-keeper may also collect
VI Oil for impounding any animal and
SS cents for impounding any fowl,
and Inr feed may charge a.s follows:
Fowl and geese 8fi cents per diem.
If the animals are no! redeemed tht*
poumlkceper will proceed io sell.
There Bhall bo a last on all dogs of
ll 7.*i and on all hilches $.1.00.
It is the duty of the owner of dogs
l.i procure a tag from the City Clerk,
otherwise the dogs will to Impoundea
ami unless redeemed will be sold or
destroyed, Tags must be placed on
dog's collar so as to be plainly seen.
In addition to the above charges,
any person guilty of an Infraction of
the by-law is liable tn a penalty ot
Itoo.oo and costs or two months Imprisonment,
T. M. Roberts,
1st   Hi <!   u City Clerk.
Take notice lhat Lester Clapp. of
Cranbrook. II..1.1 Keeper, intends tn
applv for a special license over the
'allowing described lands;
Commencing at a post planted at
IL Post No, IIM, nn east line
■1502, thence east SO ehains,
so chains, Ihence west so
,   thence     noith     SO chains tn
C.  P
Loi
nu Hi
bain
point
of commencement, ami contain
Ing 010 aires, more or less.
Lester Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
Paled .lune 15, IOOL L1-0t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice lhat Robert Little, of
Fori Steele, Prospector, has applied
for permission to cut ami carry away
timber from Hid following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the nor lb-past corner of License
"C. W. Wilson No. I," Ihence 100
chains south, ihence 10 chains east,
theme 100 chains north, thence 40
chains west in place of commencement,
Robert Little.
Lnented June (Ith, 1007. 13-Ct
CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH KAST KOOTENAY
Take noldce tbat Alfred Murphy, of
Kiiigsgate, B, C, Prospector, in*
tends to apply for n special timber
license over the following described
lairds.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-west enrner of B. Helm's
northern timber license, about n -piar-
fer of a mile    west of   Box Canyon,
Alfred Murphy.
1807. 15-flt
CKANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTRNAY
Take notice lhat Rohert Little, ot
Fori Steele. Prnspeotor, has applied
for permission tn cut a ml carry away
timber from the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast enrner of License
0703, thence 80 chains east, thence
40 chains smith, thence 40 chains
east, Ihenee SO chains north, Ihence
12u chains west, Ihence 40 chains
snulli In place of commencement.
Rohert Little.
Located June filn, 1007. l.'l-tlt
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olttc. at Rea.denot
Allot, tr
tug  Av.
OEF1UE
KlUltS :
Fuienimns - - -
AM i-i nouns - -
Evenings - - -
Sundays - - -
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7,:iil lo
2.IIU to
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It. IIU
t 3.1
CKANBROOK  ::
R. C
DR. P. E. KINli
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS.
I to li a.m.
I lo  I p.m,
7 lo   « p.m.
Offltw aad rN.ld.ut* on Arm.lrou| ...
CKANBROOK, B. C.
OH. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS .
• to 11 a.m,
1 to   • p.m.
1 to   I i>.u>.
Offlc. to utw Held bluet
CRANHROOK,  U. C
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kiiuU of tiniili work in
way ol doors, windows, trait-
souis, etc. Kiln dried lumber
tor inside work. Our work is
guaranteed and our prices are
satisfactory.    Screen    floors
Rough anil Dressed lumber
I'or Sale
NOTICE.
Take notice   Uiat under tl.e provi-
otis uf    Section ti--,   Chapter ht,
ltrvhe.1 Statutes ot    Canoda,   19110,
1 Canadian   I'afiiic Hallway Com
iv, as Lessees ami exercising   tin*
ncliis.-s ul   tlie    British Columbia
Southern Railway, intends to   apply
.. the   II..at.t uf    Railway Commls-
loners fm Canada, aftt-r ihe explra-
..... ..[ lour weeks tin... the date   uf
lie I.tst iiul.l..'alum ..I ihis notice, ut
.11 soon ttierealter as tin- application
-a., be heard, fur authority tu i-t.it-
Uriel, ...ai.itt.ii. and operate branch
Ines ut the British Columbia South-
-in Railway, commencing at a puint
in tli.- said II. 0. S. Railway, in Lot
39, Group 1, F.ast Kooteiiuy His-
iricl, and running Irom thence In n
north-westerly direction to points on
id I...I 29; tbe location ot which
i.l proposed branches is more pat-
i.rurally   shew., on a   map ur plan,
pi utile awl book ut it.teti- Icposlted
» the Nelson Hetrisiry Office, H. !'.,
u the 9th day ut Mav, 1907, ns Nu.
.',2111.1, notice ot which deposit Is
also hereby ^iveit pursuant tu ih
tuvisiui.s ol the said section.
I!. Drinkwater,
Secretary.
Dated this 1SI1. day ul May, A. II.
1907. Ml
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
EXCURSION RATES
LAS I
From Cranbrook
S52.5U It)
Winnipeg, Port Arthur,
St.   Paul,   Duluth,
Sioux  City
St. Louis $60.00
Chicago $64.00
Toronto $78.50
Ottawa $82.55
Montreal $84.00
St. John's $94.00
Hali.au $101.80
Tickets an Suit- July 3, 4, 5,
August 8,9,10, Sepl. II, 12,13
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A. 11. 1'. 1 ■
V.tNCOUt'KII
.1. S. CARTER
l)   I-   A .
NKI..SON. n 0.
'WINDFALL"   MINERAL   CLAIM.
SITUATE ON MARK CREEK, IN
THE FORT STEELE MINING
DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, Allre.1 Doyle,
Free Miners' Certificate, Nu. H7-lir.ll,
intend 110 davs from tbe date hereof,
lu apply to the Mining Recorder tor
.1 Certificate ul Improvements lor the
purpose of filjtaiiiiiif- a Crown Grant
uf the ..hove claim.
And lt.rtl.er take notice that action, under Section .".7, must he cont-
int'i.ceii before the Issuance ol such
Certificate of Improvement.
Alfred Doyle.
Dated this 7th day ol May, A. I).
1907. 8-Dt
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Take notice that an application h.s
been made to register John Mc-
lierin-td as the owner tn Fee Simple,
under .. Tux Sale Deed Irom Alfred
C. Nelson, Assessor ot the District ot
Fort Steele, to John McDermid
bearing date the 21st day of November, A. D. 1901, of all and singular
ih.it certain parcel or tract ol land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the Town ol Wardner, In the Province of British Columbia, ...ore particularly known and described us Lot
Fourteen, lllock Thirty-Two, In tbe
Town ol Wardner, in the Province of
British Columbia (Map 0.19).
You and each ol you are required
lo contest the claim ol the tax pur-
i-liast'i- within fourteen days from the
date ol the service ol this notice upon
v...., and in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens being filed
within such period, you will be tor-
I'ver estopped and debarred trout
setting up any claim to or tn respect
ul the said la'nd, and I shall register
John McDermid as owner thereof.
Dated at Land Registry Office, Nelsnn, Prnvli.ee of British Columbia.
Ibis tilth day ol October, A. D.
1903,
11. T. Macleod,
District Registrar.
To Lilian J. A. Gurd
Eleanor Gurd
John R. Warren 12 2t
CRANBROOK
KOOTENAY I
Take notice 11
H.H1-.4-.   Of    fill,
occujiullon,    it...
plv tm  permissl'
'.ill.mint; llescril
Commencing a
er uf 1 32(1
sunlit tn   chain.
chains: thenco ...
I tu chains I
along Iim- uf   fi
to tl.e right  I.t
...it.
nm
I1..I..I   llll'  Sill
thei
II. in
,,l.„
-I   I..
DISTRICT.
DISTRICT.
uili east .-...-■
ti...-. Hence
■ west ah
liains, thence
ol beginning,
ifijii, subject
Robert li.n-
,l.,y
ii.li-i...ii
.,( May
Burgc
1007.
CRANHROOK   LAND  DIS'l IUCT
DISTRICT nl-' ICOOTEN \Y
Take notice
Hi.
1 1
lalt -  lliagston
Itnss, nf   Klk
i. nit
t, 1
C . Lumber-
mail, att.-i.t   fi
.   ll
•
toss Saskatoon
Lumber c oni|
anv,
1.
iiiiti'.l.  inlcntls
lo apply for a
spe
•tal
limber license
uti-r lhe fnlloi
1,-f,
ribeil lands:
Commencing
nl a
1
osl planted -in
-liains soulh ii
tl.e
ii"
th wesi corner
if Timber Lie
.If.'
No.
S051,     tlit'itce
wesi tu chains
Ii.f
ce -
outh 10 chains,
ll.t'l.t'c tvt'sl 81
cl
a Ul
. tbem f smith
III cliains,    ih
'life
Cits
120 chains,
Ihence   north
SII
l-ll.l
iii.i..u.'u.'1-nii'iil
al
ll
containing 010
ii'ti's, more or
less
Ross-Saskatoi
.
.1...
ber   C.-uipanv,
Limited.  '
Per Hales Hi.
gsln
11
.88,   Its   A^.'.tt.
Datt'tl June
Bill,
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13-Ct
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KAST KOOTE.VAY
SOLTHERN DIVISION
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; CUMMINQS & CUMMIN0S,
I CIVIL  HNIilNM-KS ANU  UOWMON !
AND B. C. 1.IKU SI.'KVtV.IKS
•rd?'xo?**i" Craubrook, B.C,
♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Geo. R. I.cask & Co
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, of
Fort Steele, Prospector, has applied
lor permission lo cut. and carry away
limber Irom the lollowing described
land:
Commencing at a pnst planted at
the south-west comer ol License
9908, tlience 100 chains south, thence
10 chains east, thence 100 chains
north, thence 10 chains west to plaep
..I commencement,
Robert Little.    .
Located June lOtfe, IM7. 1841
BUILDERS uml
CONTKACTOHS
Our work ii tour ailvuiliHmueiit, Iml <*■
■mi thiMiil in tlio lleraldjo
fii.i)>li;'.*-i/i' it,
CKANUKOOK, H. C.
Near I-ower Ariiietronj* Avenue.
TKLEPHONR 114
LAND NOTICE.
Notice li hereby given tbat sixty
Jays after date 1 latend to apply to
the Chief Coi-mUa-ioner of Lands and
Works, Victoria, British Columbia,
for permiMloo to pirchaie the following described Und In South East
Kootenay;
Co'-]inencliij~ at a post planttd at
a point 80 cliains south ol the .suutb-
eaMt corner of Lot uuiubt-r 62*17,
Group 1, East Keotenay, thence cast
iti chains, Uience souw 4u chains,
thence west 40 chains, Uience north
40 chains to tht point ot chains to
the point of commencement, containing 1V0 acres.
Rolph Palmer.
Dated this Htb day of April, Al).,
1907. 7-9t
Tate notice th
Crnnbrook, Hole
.1 Lester Clapp,   of
Keeper,  Intends to
apply for n speel
the lollowing des
1 limber lie.-.fe ovep
■iil.t'.1 la.nls:
( ommencing .it
C P. R.     Post
a post planted   at
No. I'.\i. east    line
thence north su
80 chains,  these
polnl of commei
e    .-..-:   sn   cliains
chains, thence west
south  su chains  to
cement, .nul contaln-
ing ..in acres, more or less.
Lester
Clopp, Locator,
Ni.-liol
llulisl June 22,
.s  Powers, Agent.
1007.                H-Jt
CRANBROOK I.AND DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OF   SOUTH* DIVISION
OF KAST KOOTENAY
Take notice th.il Lester Clapp of
Cranhrook, Hotel Keeper, Intends t,
apply for a special timber llcens.
over the following described lands:
Commencing nl ., post planted at
I . 1*. It. Post No. 3551. east line-lot
I..92, thence east mi chains, thenc.
nurlh sn chains, ihence west e.
chains, thence south SO ehains ti
point of commencement, and contain
ing uiu acres
Let
Ni.
Dated .1...... In
..ore ur less,
■• Clapp, I.,
las Powers,
t-i.!.,.-.
Agent.
1 l-Ct-
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION OF EAST KOO
TENAY
Take notice that Lester Clapp, ot
Cranbrook, Hotel Keeper, intends lo
apply (or a special license over the
lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted lorty
chains north ol 0. P. R. Post No.
■II, on east line Lot 4592, thence east
111 chains, thence south 100 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence nortli
100 chains to point ol commencement,,
and containing 010 arres, more or
less,
Lester Clapp, I,ocator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
Dated June 6, 1907. 13-Ct
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors
Teuuia and drlvera fmnl.hr-.. fur uuv
I puiul In tli>> .liable..
A.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, ol
Fort Steele, Prospector, has applied
lor permission to cut and carry away
timber Irom the following described
land.
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile west of G. S. Frta-
ell's No. 2 Ltceuse, "South-west
corner," thence 80 chains west, thence.
80 chains south, thence 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains north to place
ol commencement.
Robert Little
m
SYNOPSIS OP CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion LanJi*
within the Kailway Belt In British
Culumhia, may be homesteaded hy
any person woo is tho -.uiu head ot a
family, ur any mule over ls yoars ut
age, to the extent ul oiie-quaiiti
section uf iuu acres, more ui leas.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land ollice foi the district
in which the luiiJ i.s situate.
The homesteader is retfuireil tu jiei-
luiiii tbe conditions connected therewith under one ul the following
I a iib:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation ol Ito land in
each year fur three years.
(2) If tlie father lur mother, li
the father is deceased), uf lhe _ume-
steader resides upun a farm iu the
vicinity ol the land entered lor, the
requirements as to residence may in.-
satisfied by stub person residing with
llie father ur mother.
(i) ll the settler has his permanent residence m>un farming Und
owned hy Imn iu the vicinity ol his
homestead, tbe requirements as tu
resident-- may be satislied by residence upun the said land.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given lu the Commissioner
of Dominion Lauds at Ottawa of intention tu apply fur patent.
Coal lands    may be   purchased   at
$10 per   acre fur    t-uft cual and (20
for anthracite.
acres   cau he     .
vidual ur compa
rate uf   ten cent
pounds    shall
■■luwu output.
PART IV.
"WATER CLAUSES    CONSOLIDATION  ACT,  1897."
1. This is lo certify Uiat "The
Cranbrook Klectric Light Company,
Limited," a Company duly Incorporated under the provisions of the
"Companies Act, 1897," and which
has been registered under the "Power
Companies' Relief Act, 1902," for the
purpose of exercising the rights,
powers, privileges and priorities in
and by Part IV. ol the said Act
created, granted and conferred, has
submitted its undertaking to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council, for
approval, and that the said under-
taKing, as shown bv the documents
.nt.l plans filed, has been approved,
and Uiat the same is as follows:
The erection of a dam across the
st. Marys River, in a rocky cannon
about onHquarter of a mile west ol
iln* railway bridge upon whieh the
Canadian Pacific Railway crosses the
Si Mary's River, a^ shown on the
plans lilt-d and marked "B"; the erec*
tion of a power house to be situated
al or close to the dam, tbe water
under a 30 inch he-ad passing thruunb
nul.im* water-wheels in the powerhouse, thence through the tail-race
Into the river again; the erection ol
all necessary pole lines. The power
Will he utilized to supply light, heal
an.I power chiefly to the City of
Crnnbroob and the inhabitants t'here-
_f, to operate railways, tramways,
sawmills and other Industries of any
nature or kind, and to consumers
eenera-lly of light, beat or power m
the Kort Steele Mining Division     of
Kast   Kootenay.
Might thousand miner's inches of
water are to be presently taken from
St. Marys River, in Kast Kootenay
District; Ave thousand miner's Inches
if the said ~>i"*ht thousand miner's
Inches so to he presently taken stand
already recorded in the name ot the
Company, which record is beiebv af.
proved and confirmed, and tbe Intended application ur the Company
fur a further record of three thousand
miner's Inches, and of such further
records not excelling thirty thousand
inches, from and out of the said St.
Marys River, according to the re-
.■uirements of its business and the
extensions to he subsequently undertaken is approved, provided that
"Uch approval shall not be consirued
.is giving th.- Company any absolute
right to such records when applied
(or.
2. And this is further to certify
that the Company proposes to commence Its undertaking by the     con-
tructlon ol a dam* across the St.
St, Marys Kiver ami the necessary
excavations and grading*, and by the
onstructlon of a power-house at the
ite ot the dam. and by the erection
( poles ami stringing of copper or
ther wires thereon, for the purpose
f conveying the electrical energy
created by water-wbeels at said dam
to the City ol Cranbrook and its
vicinity and intervening points.
.'J. And ihis is further to certify
lhat "The Cranbrook Electric Ugh;
Company. Limited.'' shall have duly
subscribed before il commences the
construction of its undertaking and
work, or eiercises any of the powers
in that brhalf conferred by the
'Water Clauses Consolidation Act,
1897," Part IV., five thousand
(5,000) shares of one dollar ($1.00)
each. The further amount ol capital
nt-uir-HMo fullv complete tbe u'ader-
^akine and wodi lo.bt provided by
the Usue ol first mortgage bonds ».r
lebentures r-l "The Cranbrook Electric Light Company, Limited," to be
issued from time to time, or all at
the same lime, io an amount not
exceeding in the whole one hutidit-d
thousand dollars  (.100,000).
4. And this is further to certify
that the time within which the said
capital, viz- five thousand dollars, is
to he subscribed is hied at one year
from the date hereof, and that the
rime within which the B»W undertak-
Eng and works are to be cummeuc**d
is fixed at one year from tbo
late hereof, and the dale
by which all of the proposed work*
shall be in operation is two yeaia
Irom the date hereof.
Fred J. Fulton,
cirrW of the Executive Council.
Dati-a this 2nd day ot May, A. />.
1807. im
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
JOUTU DIVISION OK KAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Lester Clapp,   ol
Cranbrook, Hotel   Keeper, mtei/d-i iu
ppi> fm    a special license ovei   m«
following _v.A.itrt-d land*.;
ommencing at O. I'. K. Post -U-U.
casl line Lui 4592, Iheuct easi su
ma, theuce nuUti SU chains, lhei.ee
,i ao chains, ibence suutli su
chains tu point ul commeuceiueni,
and   containing    uiu acres, more ut
ess.
Lester Clapp, Locator,
NicboUs Puweis, Ageut.
Dated June Iii, 1907. M-bl
DOYLE, Manager    |   L^ted June 8th, 1907
Nol inure than .iiii
cqulred by one Indl*
y. Royalty at lhe
- per ton of _,00l)
t- collected   on   lhe
W.  W. CORY,
18-6t Deputy of the Minis ter of thu Interior
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION OF KAST KOOTENAY
Take* notice Ihal Lester Clapp, ul
Cranbrook, llou-t Keeper, inieutU to
appl) lur a special license over ito
lolluwuig described lauds;
Commencing at a post planted cor*
nerlng un lo C. P. R. Post .> uu
east line Lot 109'', thence east su
chains, thence south au -.bains, Uieuc*
wesi mi chains, ihi-uce norlb Su
chains to point uf commencement,
aud containing t«40 acres, more or
less.
Lester Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas Puwers, Agent.
Dated June 7, 1907. U-VV
LAND NOTICE.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that John Charles
Stacey, of Cranbrook, rancher, bas
applied fo r permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted forty
chains south of the south-west corner of Lot 6,618, tbenee 40 chains
east, thence 40 chains north, theuce
in cliains west, thence 40 chains
soulh to the point ot commencement,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Objection must be filed witb tbe
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Woiks at Cranbrook on or before the
Mh day of July, 1907.
John Charles Slacey.
luted the 8tth of May, 1907.     8-9t THK   CIt A.N BROOK    I1KKA1.H
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Satisfaction to ALL is
our first consideration
Educational News-School Teachers' Shoes
SCHOOL teachers of to-day are subject to considerable foot strain.   They tell us that their
exacting duties require shoes that will stand more than ordinary service and at the same
time give the bndy a restful poise and the feet a delightful ease.   The Board of Education and
the school teachers of this city
are solving many problems in
educational advancement, and
we have struck a popular note
among the school teachers and
others  with   our   "DOLLY
VARDEN" Oxfords, Pumps
and Shoes.   These ate made of specially selected hides, tanned by the latest processes, and
made inlo Shoes by the best of skilled workmen.
%«K>r
What is Your Price ?
Do you wisely limit your expenditure for clothing to a
certain price? Anyway, yon ought to be a critical buyer,
anxious to secure the best results.
All Campbell's Garments are all-wools, but the all-
woolen materials are shrunk by the Campbell process.
Every bit of work, the designing, the cutting and the
tailoring, are each in turn looked after by skilled workers—
the highest-paid journeymen, who are exacting in ev.ry
particular.   That's why
Campbell's Clothing
proves the best to critical wearers,   We are exclusive representatives in Cranbrook.
That
variety is the spice of life is
fully vouched for in our assort-
' ment of Negligee Shirts and
Men's Furnishings Department.
ENGLISH CAMBRIC
..
ZEPHYR
tt
OXFORDS
and al
kinds of OUT-
ING
SHIRTS    with
Collars
to match.
Shirts
From 75c. to $3.50
Hosiery
From 15c. to 75c
Neckwear
From 15c. to $1.50
Belts
From 25c. to $1.50
Pancy White Vests
$1.50 to $7.50
Hosiery
Lisle
Hosiery in  Black,
Tan,
Navy   Blue
and
Fancy
'   Mixed Colo
ings
for Summer  Wear.
A full line always on hand to
choose from.
ife*/iwr
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT FOR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
CIGARS
Smoke
El
Bravo
A Clear Havana
Cigar
S. J. MIGHTON
Till: TOBACCONIST
THE SOO-SPOKANE UNE
(Continued Irom page one.)
noticed in glancing into the service
room ami Kitchen.    All of the dining
car employes an* Swiss, imported for
the new service. In the sleepers the
porters are colored.
A 11 section standard sleeper follows ito diner. This is [noshed in
maltogaiiy, also, and is upholstered
richly In velvet plush. In each berth
there are two small electric lights,
for nighl rending, und at each end
of the car an electric fan keeps the
coot air iu motion. Each berth is
also equipped with cleetrie bell service. The lavatories in the sleeper
are neatly finished, mahogany, green
plush .md while rubber tiling being
used. The compartments are larger,
loo, than in most sleepers.
The last car in lhe train is the one
ot which the officials of the Canadian
Pacific .md Spoknuo-Iiitornntionnl are
particularly proud. This is lhe on*
RcrvoHoii car, and is Ihe rcsiill ol Ihe
musl modern designing nut) eat building.
LOCAL NOUS
......
PIC'KKI) 111' ABOUT Till': 1'ITV HY
ASKINII gllKK'liONN OV
MANV PEOI'I.U,
Fink visile.)   Uiiiilnrr List
in low., several
siting
.1.    1'
Tuesday
(.Imrlcy Kind, m
ilnys Hits week.
Alts. .1. V.  U,  I'inlilniiii
Friends in Nelson.
Mrs. i'. M. l.oashy. ol Slnl.tr, wus
in i,.w.i ll..- first of tin' week.
Mrs. I'. I......I, of Wnrdncr, was   it
I'r.iiibriiiili visitor lust Tuesday.
Mis. V. lit.If Baker visited trlends
in Nelson n few ilnys this week.
V. Hyde Baker and .!. P. ill. 1'ii.k-
In.u. ttt-ui lo Pernio last Sunday.
Miss   Scull,    of Spokane,   is   the
sues, nl Mi. .iml Mis. II. II. Utisk.
!>.. i-i.Ifiiim iln- fiirwn.il i-inl   lhc
!il!i' four .'iilll|lilll.l..'...s, .'..I'll Iit'llif,
I li...si.i'<l ... .. dilti'li-n! wood, nil Itvlllg
nt it .l.i11, stii.de, In the compartment ll..-..- Is .... upper nnd lower
berth, wnahlnK laclllllcn and a toilet.
'I'lu- ... 1 .tiff .ni' iii ni.Tii plush.
Beyond Uio compnrlmenls there is
ll.c ilrnwlug room, noally nppoiutctt,
will, s.-ais arranged fur comfort.
Then comes the observation section,
ctiulppctl willi a dozen wlekor .-hairs,
nl.isii ii|il...lst.-f,-il Tin' windows tire
tunc and high, giving n good chance
in .\ st ith Uu-   passing rccnory.     On
.lie si.lt si  Un1   drawl _.
tl.e vvriling ti.l.!.-. luriilsheil with stationery lu'i.rii.K Un- Soo-Spokane let-
lerheail.     Al   side nt ibis Is   the
magazine ial.ii', with library above,
This library, which will lie taken
iiltiuird when the train reaches St.
i'i...!. will   co.ili.in more   than     2nd
tuli s of st.in.li.r.l works and   Int.
novels, 'rin- magfl'/.lno tiible, which
wns i'i|tii|i|ii'.i fur the train which left
vestcniny, cm.Inl.is nil of the late
'iiinga7.it.es, us well ns tlie daily
paper..
The
.,!.-
visitors in
last.
Walter Lamb   look ll.c flyer
...   platform on   tl.e
tfi.i  is brass railed ami bus a   hood
, wliieli   covers   iiu-   whole   platform
Contractor Leask is nuw ready   to From ll.c bund extends an awning as
|...t lhe tool on U.e new opera house, L shelter Irom lb.' .lusl and sa... The
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1!. 1'. Muuntl left on  plat lorm  will comfortably sett     25
Tuesday   fur the eoasi cities for   a   persons.    On the railing ..f the pint-
.....nib's vacation. form     will he an electric sign, with
Mr. .....I Mrs. T.   T. McVittie were  l!"' words "Soo-Spoknno Line."
L'l-n.throok ....    Tuesday       lie entire trim, is lighted bv clee
tniiiy, generated fur each car scpa-
| ratcly I.t .-quip........    carried h.'ucnlh
, ,        , ,„  lhe conch,     Storage batteries     are
Spokane   yes onlay    where   lit-    w.ll ,.„,..,,,   ,1V w||,c.,1 "1(J „..lin ran     m,
tisll  tut a few   days. ]k|l||i|| u [nhi, |l0|||„. rt||(, sl.u|(,_
Miss (lirisiinii has ret... I    Irom inK stili.    When in motion the ligltts
Spoknnu where she has been visiting   ,,,, \,vjlt \mn\„s nm| tbe batteries re-
ine.i.l.s (nr some weeks. mi,,!.     This system ut lighting
Mrs. A.    I'.  Bowness ...id children considered l.y railroad designers
left today for Prince Edward Island,.the s.ifesi yet made.       In case    ol
lo ho gone about three mouths, wreck  tl.e   horrors of fire arc eli.iii-
There ate only seventy persons liv- nalcil,    while lhe lights can not vit-
ing in I'rinco ttupurt, nnd thoro    is late ll.c air, ns the old-lnstrioned ml
in. evidence that ihey ate living.        I lamps- could.
?-BSt°U° l"' carTSSlu:       "     15  »»«" *' "»«»"««' '"" "*™'   «"
The roof is now on lhe new govern
menl  building ami   contractor John-
sou is pushing the interior work.
Mrs. K. K. Beattie and daughter
returned from their visit lo friends
uml relatives in Manitoba yesterday.
Mrs. W. Clary left today for Winnipeg and Harry, "Jut., where she wilt
visit friends and relatives for several
weeks.
Mrs. J. Hutchison and son Bruce
are the guests of Mrs. A. ff. Mc\ it-
lie iu her summer home on Ihe lake
opposite Nelson.
Mis. .1. T. Williams received
wire Tuesday thai her sister in Vancouver was very ill ami she left that
day for the coast.
Webster Burton and William Harrington, Cranbrook's famous baseball
buttery, played in the match game at
Creston lusl Monday..
Craubrook has nighl passenger
trains a day now. Thai keeps a
live newspaper man Jumping from
early to late, and then some.
lid, I.illle, who is prospering as a
rancher near High Itiver, Alberto,
has been shaking hands wilh old
Cnuibioob friends lhe past week.
Dan McDonald, proprietor of the
Manitoba hotel, has put in a new
floor in the bar room of his place.
That is the lirst time a new lloor has
been put in there since the day the
house was put up. The original
flooring was cut al the mill of A.
Leitch and was Lhe best lot of (looting that was ever turned out in this
pari of the country. The lime that
il has lasted is proof of this fact.
.1. S. Chile, formerly mayor of
llosslai.d, ami well known all through
the Ko,.ten-ays, has been appointed
chief clerk in the land office ut New
Westminster.
It. N. Baron is now sawing und
splitting wood hy machinery, Mr.
Ha nm has gone into the business ou
a big scule nml experts to ship at
least, n carload a day to the prairie
(owns this summer and fall.
Meat, vegetables nnd fruit, in fact
everything, cooked hy steam, is best,
The pressure of steam in a Toledo
Steam Cooker retains the flavor in
very thing enokrd, thereby making
|, delicious and wholesome,    (live it
trial. It will pity for Itself, for
sale by  Patmore Bros.
Edgar Davis has lhc |ob of mm-
vaiiii*- lhc 1--11.1 of Hit- Kink Meicnn
the cause. About  a score     ot
sleeping car reservations had lieen
miiili* nnil the day coach carried its
quota.
dn the train leaving yesterday were
II. M. Lewis, assistant general passenger ttgen-1 of the Son Line at St.
Paul, and P. It. Sykes, general superintendent of tlie dining car service for
lhe Canadian Pacific of Vancouver.
Thev will make the trip through to
St. Paul.
The new train was thrown open to
tin1 public for Inspection yesterday
morning, and more than 5im took
ndvaii-lngc- of ihe opportunity afforded. The train which will start today at .'.-'io arrived in the city last
nidi I. and is in readiness for its initial trip.
Among the most Interested wlm inspected ihe new train yesterday was
I). C. Corbin, wlm, with Mrs. Corbin,
wns shown from one end to the other. In the party were several ol the
inliniiite friends'of Mr. Corbin.
In connection with the inauguration of lhc fast service to St. Paul,
lhe new depot of the O. R.& N ,
which has been building for more than
■a year, was opened to the public.
The new depot is hut one story in
heigh', Ihe rooms being large, high
pnsl ed nnd well lighted. Outside
measurements nf lhe building show
thai it is 1*K feet long und (14J fret
iu width. It contains ilir general
waiting r-cin;: ticket nllic... smoking
room, ladles' room, toilets, baggage
and express rooms and boiler rooms.
iu Cranbrook and travel back and
forth each   day with the Flyer.
The inauguration of the Soo-Spokane service meant the promotion of
quite a number ot railway men and
several good employes got What wus
coming t« them, " and That was a
better job.
Trainmaster McNab Ims had his
hands full Hn* past week looking after
the new service, and he Ims lieen going night and day attending to his
duties. He camo in with lhc lirst
from lhe west and went through us
far as Lethbridge, returning Tuesday
morning.
'.nginccr flill had the honor of
pulling the first Flyer inlo Craubrook.
Conductor Caven was lhe one who
brought   the (list Flyer train     into
Ihis  city   from   the  wesi   ninl  he     ie
i-cived coin-jutul.iiioiis from n host of
his friends who weie .it lhc slut loll
Monday night.
I'       .1.    ICohctl*-,   snpclililciideut  of
lhe SpnK;  Inh'fii.ili.iii.il.    e.ime    up
to Crnnbrook on tho   first  train   on
lhe new   iiiii  .Mondav  Itigbl, and stop
iied on hero until Wednesday, return
tug   to    S | ink ill n    the Him   Flvei
from lhc ims I.
The     grr.il   Increase in   passenger
I I.illle  from  Hie Stales   fn  (lie  North
west means Unit still nnotliei train
uili soon he pul on lhc SpoK.iuc iuu
to handle the liusiiiess between Spokane uud   Edmonton.     Tlllll   will  mean
another passenger train for Cranlirook).
The local passenger train lhat connects wiib tin* regular passenger thai
inns hetween Medicine ll.ii nml Koo-
tcmiy l.iinding will still continue to
run to take care of ibe local trallic
between Cntzon nnd Spokane.
Surely Cranhrook is a railway center now.
The people id Cranhrook are proud
of ibe new passenger service, ami
llu-ir pride was shown on Mntnl.iv
nighl hv over MO ol them waiting
until nearly 12 o'clock to see the
first train come in. There Is not
another town in tlie west thai can
show such loyalty,
Conductor Hunt took the second
Flyer east  Tuesday night.
The Flyer conductors, under Ihe
present arrangements, will run from
Kingsgnte to Lethbridge and return.
Dun Murphy, who took out the first
engine cast of here on Ihe Flyer, ran
from Cranhrook lo Fernie, a distance
of tm miles in IA minutes. Thai's
going some.
II lakes seven men to ice and waler
the Flyer so that she can get out on
schedule.
Engineer Itobertson took mil Ihe
Flyer Tuesday night,
Superintendent Krickson is having
his hands full these davs looking
after the regular work uh<"l providing
for the passage of the Fiver. Tlie
Crow is averaging 1000 cars a dav
now and thai means a lot of work
for everybody on the line,
Wilh .1. S. Carter in chniffn of tb,.
passenger traffic at Ihe Spokane end
of the Soo-Spokane line, there will he
great travel to the easi through
Cranhrook,
The departure of the first fruin
frnm Spokane must have been a
proud moment for D. c. Corbin. It-
is Mr. Corbin who conceived the Idea
of building the connecting link, and
it is due lo his bruin, his energy, bis-
shrewd foresight that the Soo-Spokane line is now an accomplished fact
NKW EXPttESS OFFICE OPENS
Willi the opening of service on the
Soo-Spokane line yesterday a new
express service was inaugurated in
Spokane. The Western Express eompany, which operates over the C. P.
It., opened iis ollice in the Corbin
building, Slovens and Riverside, yes-
terduy, wilh A. M. Italhuwav, 'formerly cashier in the city ticket, office.
of ihe o. ]{. A N. company, in
charge.
II. Ilcliue. of Vancouver, t-uinerlii-
IendenI of Ihe Pacific division of the
Western  Express company,  was here
open   llie ollice.      The  new  service
will npi-ii up a new country tn Spnk-
 'Hi.ml'-, and will ;iQi.nl an nutlet for funis from the Spokane eoiin-
trj   io  iln- Canadian northwest.
I..  II.
FI.VEIl  NEWS
Young.    Culled Stales cub-
  . . ..     '""'* "'licer, and  A.  Vnligny,  Cuited
mpnn     building and bus    his stules immigruiion    ofllwr, arrived
in!,  bill  In '.("lhc on'nilm ft "       "  "'" ^m ^>aihy ovm^
will  he able In put   the cornicr-
IIue shape.
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on the Flyer Tuesday evening. Tbe
inauguration of tin* new train service
across the boundary line m-cessitales
| lhc ap|Niinllili-lil  of  I 'nihil  Slates of
(leoige Hoggarth, of Hoggarth & ;ll!-iiils lo travel with ihe I rains some
Roll Ins, has been hustling early und i distance In perform lhe duties of Ihe
htlc the pasl week getting the old offlco aird thus prevent lhc long de
buildings olT the Cranbrook hotel site lay al (he line. This means Ihnl the
Uml work can be Inaugurated on*two I nihil Stales officials will live
the new buildings. He has accomplished a great deal the lasl few
[lays and expects to have the sills
laid for the building before another
week.
C. M. Edwards, Charles Chapman
ami Frank McNab returned the first,
of the week from their long trip up
the Eraser river. William Forsyth
remained In that country. Mr. Edwards, in speaking of that country,
said lhat they had a wonderful trip,
ami that the Eraser river was a
great slrram. They went by canoe
over I Ml miles, nnd explored many of
lhe tributaries of the stream. The
purpose id the trip was the location
of timber and Innd along the proposed route of the Grand Trunk Pacific,
and a large tract was secured. The
mosquitoes were very bad some time
before they left, so had iu fact, that
thev mul*" life a torture iu thai country this lime of tbe year.
DALLAS CONTRACT LET
Lethbridge News: The contrncl lot
adding a third story to the Dallas
hotel, of which c. J, Eckslorm is
lhe proprietor, has been let lo Smith
Bros. A- Wilson, at $0,000, Work
will he commenced at once, the plans
for the addition having been drawn
some time ago bv .1. A. Mncdnnuld.
The new slory will contain _-'i room*..
bringing ihe number of guest rooms
iu the hotel up lo .10.
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A WEEK Of FUN
Tin- 25,IXK) t'li.l. ..I 1.4-11,
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STREET CARNIVAL
fr.Mii July s    III,   T...I el.nwu
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Groceries and Crockery
Having jusl received ■ Complete Stock of Groceries I
am able to (ive the beat satisfaction.
LOOK OUT FOR OUR SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
CROCKERY NEXT WEEK.
TE J. nANNINGTrr

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