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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME   10
OBANBltOOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Till IISDAY, .UNE   80,   1907
KUMBEB   i:
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ADVERTISING  IN THIS PAPER C08TS  V'OTJ   NOTHISU.   AS IT ALWAYS lUUMiS VOl   SOMETHING.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
UF.AU  OFFICII. TUBUS. 10
«. t. WALKER, PteaUfH.
ALKX. LAWD, O.u.l.1 M.n«|.r
A. ... IKKLAMD, Sa|»riuUnJf.it ol
Breaches
► sr.nusiitu it
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches Ihroujhoul Cans'a, and in the Unite* States and Eo-Jand
A GENERAL UANKIM. BUBINE89 TKANSACTED
C0MME..C..L »NU F..IME.I8- P»eiH O.SCOU-lTiO.
«♦
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits »t SI .."-1 upwards received. and Intereat allowed at
eiirrwiil rales. The depositor is BUb|ucl to no delay whatever ta
tl.e withdrawal ol the whole or any purtlon ol th* deposit.
Cranhrook Branch,     -      P. C. MALPAS, Manager
FIRE INSURANCE at
REASONABLE RATES
Wc represent only Canadian Companies
carrying full government deposits....
SEE US BEFORE YOU INSURE
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate CRANBROOK, It. C.
Insurance
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X Fancy Soaps that are Pure ii
If yon ant |iai'tii'nlnr s. I..... i Honp, we s-i.ii parlit-nlnr people.
I'lllOKK
IDe. por cuke, or USe, per linx
20c.       " SOe.
:r..-. per cake, orfjl DO per. hoi    ' '
ft...-.       '■ |l.'-'.:.    "
..:.,-.       " »1.7ft    "
Win.l.iw
C E.  REID -C6 CO. DKwiiiisrs   f
Pmonr 7-1 Din|)f rislnn lit our N(K-;iilly
!♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
X Vnu cuti BO-jiirn i-M-i'llt'iit Rooms nml Bunnl at
\ THE WILGA
* for  tin- Biiiinuor.   Meals   furnished  will.out
i .....ins    The service will jili-nee you.
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.Just Received
SIXTEEN SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RIN0S j
Tl,.- ,.,
1   rilllgO   flout   !>i.".l)   lu >?.'... Iipio
I'uil Wil Boll Villi uiu1 V
I w. H. wilson,..i;
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eweler And
iit,.„   Optician
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* tuiUli... H.MAI.I.allll.llli.n. ..'l-.-.l.-: .1 u-l..-: Mill Po lUurl-lvo in ,. .!..>■ ...-...
* IHNllNll'H illtl' "I.ATI-:s in-.- Hm l„.«t    «',-im-miln In afi.rll I.J.
* liar  .rj- i...p..rl. it rluan ul   0 ..Vl.ii-k |i..., ..wp. IVnltiHilaya ami
|"l^AMPBELL & MANNING    i
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RAILWAY ITEMS
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ElteeUve .Inae l»th, F. Knu-.i,
extra buib toren.an, ..I Ken...-, is ap-
lioililed roa.ll.iasler trom Iilko to
Kootenay Untlltig, «ith o™"> »•
Cranbrook, vice J. Teller, transferred
Fi-.nie. Mr. Teller thus resumes
liis lor.nur territory iron. Macleod t..
Ivlko.
Mrs. Mary 1VJ, wile ol t'oulluelo.
Ilex, will leave in Hie early part   ol
nit wit-k lor a holiday visit lo Ores-
ton.
.Iau.es Sinitli, Iravcnan, contemplates visiting Montreal in Mie near
future, and will piolial.ly leave lor
Unit, place during tlie coming week.
IV. 11. Harris lias joined the super-
o. in.ciidi-.it 's ollice stall at tlio sla-
tion.
K. Dotty, cashier, ol Macleod, paid
a visit to Cranlirook on .Sunday last,
remaining one day only.
Fred Itieliey, luei inspector, ol Feruie, passed throng), the city ou train
So. 6 on Sunday.
Mrs. Cleary, wife of Conductor
Cleary. will leave lor toronlo wit-hui
the .text, lew days on a holiday vis-it.
At Winnipeg she will meet her sol.
Willie, who is al. school there, and
he will accompany her on the journey.
.1. IC. Lanigan, extra gang foreman, at prawn! at Klngsgnlo, paid a
visit to the city on Sunday anil Monday of this week.
W. T. Acton, operator, ol Wardner,
who has been ill for some time, leil
on Tuesday for Vancouver, where lie
will remain some weeks to recuperate.
Deep sympatliy exists lor dining
car Conductor .1. Campbell lu hi.
hereavement by the den 111 ol his he
loved wile who passed away on Moil-
nay ol l-his week t.l Nelson. Mrs.
Campbell was brought to SI. Eugene
hospital about six weeks ago in a
precarious condition, hul. recovered
sufficiently to leave thai institution
anil proceed lo Nelson, where, however, s-he suffered a relapse, anil entered the hospital at thai place, Inn
unfortunately never recovered, A
feeling ol gloom prevails in railway
circles lor boll. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, were deservedly popular.
A sign oi the times, and a good
one, is llie great increase iu railway
trallic on the Crow district .luring
ibe past mouth. More business is
now living handled than al auy ol-hct
lime in Ibe history ot ibe road,
and even- this good showing will be
eclipsed with l-he advent of the
Ibiough passenger trallic lo Spokane,
which will commence on lhe lirst ol
.Inly.
E. E. Fola.t.ler, who has heen away
...i leave ol absence, returned yesterday and has again resumed duty as
yartl.naster at Macleod.
II. II. Wiekett, o|ieralor, has been
transferred to tho despalcltcrs' ollice.
.ice IV. A. Macl.ottg.ill, resigned.
.Ii*. Thompson, the-well known forme, agent at various points along
lhe "Orow,'1 anil who has returned It.
iln- seivn-e ol the company, will sttc-
cvd Mi. Wicket I.
Gordon Sutherland, train despntchoc.
look a trip to Fernie on Wednesday,
returning the same day.
Superintendent 0. Krickson anil
Trainmaster J, It. McNabb went cast
as lur as Lundhrcck yesterday and relumed on No. SI lhc same night.
Conductors Thos. Oaven and A. .1.
Hoss went Io Macleod i.n No. li today
to attend OOUrt,
Gondiicloi j. it. Bromley, who has
been acting as genera! yatdittastt-r at
Mnotood for the past three weeks, relumed lo t'lanl.rook today.
Mis. W. '!'. tlaynos returned from
Medicine Hat on Wednesday after visiting a few .lays with Mr. llaynes,
who ts organising iiu- now offices   at
thai   p..int.
It. I). Smith, assistant master mechanic, went ensl lodul on a business
Calgary and Medicine Hat.
MoCowan,   car   foreman, had
of the wrecking outfit during
.ence of II. llickeiiliothalu.
Illbherl, Ik.ih-i maker, litis heen
his home     tile past week
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
George Beattie arrived in Iln city
this alternoon Irom Spokane.
Borih-Wodnouday, J»«<' '■'. ifl'1".
in Mr. and Mrs, Harry Pottot, a ton.
Roomers and boarders wanted in
juivah' house, Kor juirticul.iis ap*
ply to Mis- A. Jardine. 13
Sliss McLeod returned today from
Portland, where rite went in a-itend
tiro luneral ol li«r sister.
Tin* c. V. it. Quadrille club will
give a |»leasanl dance at Wentworth
hall, Wednesday evening, July 3rd.
13. Moililt is nullerlng Irom nu .tt-
Uick of $rlp|ie ami hns not heen ahl*-
io leave home for the last lew days.
I-:. II. Small, ol ilif Cosmopolitan,
hns i.ii-ii notified thai his a|inllcatIoii
for a lloenso at Canal Plats ton boof)
granted.
John Uunlop, Immigration offleer at.
Macleod, was in Cranlirook Monday,
called licre hy the serious illm-ss of
his dauglitcr, Mrs. Bert Hoss.
Bdward Ivnurlc, ol Motilreal, ariiv-
i*d in Cranhrook Ihis wi'ck on a visit
lo friends. Mr, I.a in it- is a nuvhaii-
it-al piiglneer and may decide io lo-
taTf jii'iiiiiiiH'iitly in tliis district.
Ito not lorgct the strawln'iry and
lee cream festival on lhc rectory
grounds on 'riuusnlay evening, -lune
27th. Admission io lhc grounds
free. Good music uili to supplied.
Do not   lol'gel   lhe date.      Conic otic!
Come all!
Visitors to Vancouver should not
fail to uv lhc Hotel si. Francis, opposite lhc c, I*. It. station, rii-irles
Iliirliicy is proprietor of the St.
Francis, and he has surety nn ideal
house. Already it is becoming llie
headquarters for the up-country
people, as il, is convenient, nicely
furnished and the rales, $_..ritl a day,
are reasonable. If you stay at the
St. Francis once you will always return there.
METHODIST Cllimcil-Siinday,
.lune 23rd: Morning service, 11 a. m.;
fellowship meeting, l-.lfi p.m.; Sunday School ami Bible class at A p.m.;
evening service. 7.HO; subject, "A
Radical Change." Wednesday, J mm
lift I'.pwotMi league socul. iv/niui*;
al S p. m. Tomorrow (Friday) a
"longest day" picaii* will he held til
the end of Pooley avenue, near Ihe
ei'cel-, All are invited. Supper at
II.SU. Bring your own lunch. Hot
water supplied free.
Baseball has become all lhe rage in
Cranbrook and the leams are thicker
than lhc bananas in "Old Man"
Simpson's grove and there has heen
an interesting name everv evening for
lhe past w.f*:c Al ito present lime
honors ale about even hetween the
bankers, the Cosmopolitan and the
"Knocker" etubs, hut lhe end is not
vet, as there nre new Huh:; appturhig
on the scene every day. There is
material in towu ' for'ibe organizing
"f a number of j-ood teams and Mnre
is talk of organizing a citv league.
This would he a good scheme and
would furnish no end ol entertain
ment evenings, as is evidenced by Hie
large crowds-who have heen attending
the game.
CASH AFTES JULY FIRST
The IVOpeuliw*   Stoics, Limited,
will iuaugurale a    strictly cash husi-
388 in all of its lines, except lunu-
irc and undertaking,     ou and alter
niv   1.     Mr. McFailuiie,  the manau;-
i, says thai he Jias been arranging
lor Hns move for some time and now
proposes lo    carry it through.      Iu
doing ihis, he    does not mean to reflect on the credit of his patrons, as
he has hundreds whose credit is unquestioned,      Bui to introduce    the
i-.ish system all must be treated alike,
ml this hi* proposes to do.     "There
is not a   man in   business    In Cran-
brook who   would not be able to sell
tods far chea|>er    il he was doing
business on. a     strictly cash basis,'7
id Mr.     McFailaiic.     "1 want    to
sell goods     cheaper, for it  is belter
for Uie customer    and better for me.
There is no    use of the man who is
good pay, standing for the debts   of
tlie man who is poor pay.    And yet
that is.what lhe credit system in anv
liusiness means.     After July I every
patron of our store will get'the bene-
lit ol Uie cash system, and the people
will soon learn that, in the course of
i year it will mean big money saved
tor them."
trip i
A.
charge
the al
T,
coiiliiifd t
liv illness.
T. Staines, litter, went to Calgary
today to bring his lamily and housi
hold effects to Crnnbrook, where he
will Im' pel iimuenI ly locaied in fu-
Mire.
Mrs. A. 0, Killins will leave Frl>
join hei husband |n Montreal,
he is undergoing treatment lor
ni I hack .
ill.
a her
Ills
TO THK    (-ITIZBNS   OF    CKANBROOK:
Having decided to re-embark iu the
grocery business iu Ciatihrook 1 take
ibis occasion to solicit a share nl
your patronage. While lor ihe pre?
icnt my stock Is somewhat broken, as
n as the goods can arrive I will
make a specially o[ keepiuir lhe best
iuc of groceries to be obtained al
reasonah-le prices. To my old customers I will need no ihlroduclion,
but will assure tbem that they will
receive Hie same    prompt nnd court]
s service as in Ibe past, and I
wish to invite new customers io call
and see my slock and give me a trial
ii di']', and I will be wilting to abide
hy HU'ir decision as lo their future
trade. Remember the place, lhc
building formerly occupied by the
C, O, S. furniture store on Armstrong avenue. floods delivered
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed
is my niotto.
Yours (or trade,
J. Manning.
Imperial Bank of Canada \
Savings
Accounts
Invited
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Interest Paid Quarterly
Cranbrook Branch. J. F. M. PINKHAM. Mgr. «
TIHKTRKN  CARS    IN A WRECK
A broken flange on a wheel caused
the wreck of an east bound freight
Tuesday night a mile and a half easi
of Lundhrcck. Thirteen cats loaded
with lumber went into tbe ditch and
about 'ito feet of ttacU was torn up.
Engineer McKen?ic was on the engine
and Conductor Tiffen had charge ol
the train. Fortunately no one was
Injured,
At
28 th.
AIINSTREI. SHOW
Wentworth hall   Fridav,
The best -ever.
Caught -"Landed!
This is tlio Bfttisfiotl t'.\[*n*iwiiiii
buys liis tackle from us. We
assortment in the country:
RODS
LINKS
CASTS
every
v.. Ill,'-
Bsberiuan who
HUM   CHlllllrtr
25c. to $15.00
5C. to    2.00
to
20c.
1.50
Flysnu.l
lo a tisli.
-.tiiiil-
riiinit
Baskets, Cuiivnss Creels, Reels, Hooks.
It1« Nets.   In fn.-t. rv.-rytl.il.-' necessary
(.ur ten years1 ot .■xperi.'...--' with Kootenay ti„h bat
en.il,lf.1 ns to buy just tl.,- right stult.
I.r..p i.i nnil b.-iiWit fro.it our experience.
Beattie & Atchison
The LeadinK Uruitgists and Stationers
Where It Will Pay Vou to Deal
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BRIDAL GIFTS m i
Oiirli il' BRIDAL lill-'TS is vat-inl, anil we
cuter I., different Ii.hI.-h. Gifts aiiitiiblu fnr I'sbers
or Bri.leBiiiuids lire iiIho to lie found in new .....I
varied ili-sit-uB in Scart I'ins, ltroo.li I'lns, lite.
We invite your iiisueotion,
Offlelnl Wtt.el, Iiih, l„r fnrC. I*. Ii.    WM- F.TATE! i
t'unv't. N.-itl. I'tiHH 1.ivi.ii. 11 "THI' JITWICI S'R
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01113AP IIATKS KAST
Tin- I'. P. II. Ims i-.i.ii-IiiiM |t, ex-
letlil  II..'. olltnil eveillsiitn   rules     ensl
uml liekeis will lie nu snl,- .lulv :t, I
tii.tl r,, Ai.Kiisi «, 11 aiH| 111, ami September  11,  1^ mill    1:1.     Kor itiles,
etc.,    ii-itil   their  iiilveiilse.......i   iti
tin...i.e. column nt this pn|ior.
tt'HF.CK ON INTKKNA'I'IIIN'AI,
Ui...I    was rccolveil   in Oranltroolt
last nlKllt Unit a wreeLi li.ni occurred
Hit   Hie     N|l,,l,.,|l,-|lltr|||.||n„i;|| I'.ll-
Iifiil.ilh were iiniilit..111.ilih- but as
near as enttl.l tie loflrnotl lite eilgiao
ttinl i-.kI.i ears nl a lre.lsl.1 train, lot
some i-i.tise ....known, iiiiitfie.1 tin-
track Willi tlio resull Hint the IkuiI
hraleinan was use hailly itijimsl that
he die.1 sltortly afierwanls, ami Fireman t.'alilernn was sealile.l, .I.iii.rI.
not serious. Mr. t'amernn Is
lir.Hher ol ICnglneer Cameron, of
Cranhrook, ami was employed here
lor a time, ami his wile still resitles
heie.
STRUCK HV l.KIIITNING
An employe ot Parker & Thorpe'
mill at Wardner was struck hy liiilll--
niii|! iliirlun tlie storm il.is mornlmi.
He sustained severe Injuries and Is
heiitK hrought to the hospital Ihis
•Vtalnf.
RICH ORE BODY AT SULLIVAN
IT IS ESTIMATED    THAT OVKK _
IIH),ihki TONS ARE IN SIGHT        gj
Ore that-is pronounced richer than M
heretofore    encountered on Uie
]>ro|-ci'ty bas been opened up lu   the
Sullivan mine in Uie Crows Nest Puss
district, says the Spokesmau-Heview
■i this morning. It is estimated
lhat there are 1GH,(HW tons of ore in
sight in t-be lower work-lugs where
the recent discovery was made ami
ihat lhe ore assays as high as 20 pet
cent lead aud 10 ounces silver, with
only a low grade of zinc. The ore
wns encountered all the way between
the lit) ami the 100 fool levels, but it
was on the 100 fool level that the
large body now revealed was opened
up. Officials of the Sullivan company stated yesterday Uiat it is by-
far the liesl showing yet found in the
mine. In the old workings there are
estimated to be 200,000 tons of ore
iu sight, mabiug over 200,000 tons In
The regular monthly meeting ol the
l>oaid of directors ol Uie company
will to held today at the offices ot
Ihi' company in this city. Officials'
and directors of the company were
not disposed tn talk, about Ibe conditions at the mine until after the
meeting, but admitted that ail unexpected discovery bas been made within Ibe past two weeks. Judge
George Turner, president of the Sul-
liViui Group Mining company, which
owns the property, returned from tht
mine last, week after the discovery)
bad heen made. .1. D. Finlay, sup*
riiitendent- of the mine, and Edward
Itedolph, assistant manager of the
company and superintendent of the
smelteri are expected to he present
at Mie meeting today.
The output nf Ibe Sullivan mine and
smelter lor May, the figures of which
will he presented at the meeting of \\
Ibe directors today, indicates the
prosperous condition of the property.
Tbe mine produced over 2-.0U0 tons
of ore during May, and about 2,500
tons were smelted, leaving over 88,-
<MMI ions on hand af the smeller at
Ihe close ol lhe month. The shipments nf bullion in Mav amounted to
about 110,000.
Tin* property Is being worked stead-!
Uy. with about (to men at the mine
ami 110 men at the smelter. The
capacity of tbe roasler is being;
doubled, and will make it possible lo keep the smelter in continuous operation.
The showing of the new ore In the
Sullivan has 1-een reflected on the
local stock exchange, and (here has
heen a Hood of orders for the stock
during the past two davs.
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MORRISSEY MINES TO HE-OPEN
It is stated 011 good authority that
lhe mines at Morrissey are lore-
open, us two new seams of coal have
been discovered. This will be good
news Io owners ol properly In Uiat
ill-fated burg.
8£ID & COMPANY
m flENTLEMEN, we want the Suit and Gent's Furnishings S
Trade of Cranbrook.   If lowness of price will accom* fi
plish it, then we have been successful, as the following lines Q
IS will convince you. fi
Mllinery at Hatf-Price
Owing tothe lateness ol the Spring Benson, we will sell all this season's READY-
TO.WJJAK UATS ut Half-Price,   Beautiful assortment ol all the most popular styles.
DON'T FORGET--HA1.F PRICK
At
ii Ih.
MINSTREL SHOW
Wentworth hall* Friday, June
Tlio best ever.
Ce-rpet Department
Allot our big stock of T.U'KSTltY. BIU'SSBLS, VELVET, uud AXMINSTER
CARPETS at OUST. We are going out of tl.iu line, hence tl.e complete stock will !»■
80LD AT OUST. ___________
25 per Cent. Discount
Off• all MISSES AM) I1IHI.S' SHOES AND OXFORDS.   Exactly oue-i-uarter off
l|,-i;ulur Prices.
Tuis does Hot Include our new stock of CANVAS SIB >ES
SUITS
A PILE OF MENS S(1TS. RIOIil'I.AItLY SOLD AT FROM t'.M
to $18.00.   SALE 'PRICE   	
18 MEN'S TWO-PIECE SI'ITS, HANI'lNd FROM W.00 to »W»
SALE PRICE	
10 MEN'S TWO-PIECE HLI'I'S,
SALE-PRICE
It A Nl 11 Ni I  FIB I.M *8.*0 lo t\.W.
$5.95
$3.95
$5.95
Ooods Sold, at above Prices not Charged nor Changed
REr© a COMPANY
CRANBROOK
B. C.
iBBaBaniw—ranfli THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
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YOU WILL
//,„ :/ '.<J,„M»y
It you Iail to call and .see
"THE   KOOKIZER"
A Plrcless Cook Stove.   Seven-eighths ol the Uuel Saved.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE - CRANBROOK, B. C.
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cA L. McDERMOT
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Importers of
FOREIGN  LIQUORS, SCHLITZ BEER.
BASS ALE, GUINNESS" STOUT ;
SOLE AGENT FOR CALGARY BEER AND PORTER \
PHONE 1"
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B. H. SHORT C& CO.
The Painters and Decorators
Large Stock of Latest Designs and Colorings
in Wall Papers
RSI IMA IRS FURNISHED FOR PAINTINd,  ETC.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone III      AKMSTROINa AVENUE  P. 0. Box 33
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OUR CURED MEATS
are of the liest. 'I'hey are lean, thoroughly niniik.il ninl cured Cu.iudi.in
goods, put up in i-*leau, tinu uueks.
WIDE BREAKFAST BACON
ALL SIZED HAMS
P. BURNS (& CO., Ltd.
PHONE NO. in
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FISHING TACKLE    That Will Catch Fish   FISHING TACKLE
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRED K00, 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 Assortment ol Fishing Tackle suitable
lor the District in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Big Game Heads, and Souvenirs of The Great West.
A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS    •    ELKO. B. C.
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DEZALL     BROTHERS
B. C. Livery and Peed    tables
Blacksmiths, Woodworkers and Bicycle Repairers
McLaughlin Carriages and During-  Implements (or Sale
CRANBOOK,     B.   C.
Shop Phone SO P. O. Box 144 Barn Phone 90
READ THE HERALD
STAPLES TANNIIAUSElt
One >.t llu- social events ol the sea-
,n and perhaps thu prettiest ever
hi-lil ... Port Steele was llu- wedding
I Miss Prances Amulla Tannhauser,
daughter ol Mr, nml Mrs. Joseph
Italians,-!, t„ Mr. George Arthur
Staples, which ...ok place at Christ
hutch, K.nt Steele, on Wednesday
morning, July IB. at 11 o'olock. The
church was beautifully decorated with
roses, lilac ami ferns, As .Mrs.
Millet, win. prcsidetl at tlm organ,
played Lohcugrius wedding march,
iter, Klewelllng luok his plate uf tin-
altar, lollowed hy the groom ami liis
best ...an, -Mr. .1. J. McDouell, uf
riaiilntKik. Then entered the lovely
bride on .In- urn. ol her lather, lot-
lowed liv t.i'l bridesmaid Miss Lillian
Tatilili.tilst-l'.' Tin- bride was. bcauti
ittlly atliri-tl iti an Imporled wllito
Uu-.- robe, over wllito iliu-lu-ss satin,
ami ehinnu ami weie a lilniy veil
In-I.l iii place by Miles of tin. valley.
Sbe carried u boui|uet of roses and
lillii-s ol the valli-y. Tin' bridesinn-id
1....L.-.I ehni'tf.ing in a gown ol lil.it-
tiiiiiijiiisi-tti. over silk ami while picture ha. ami carried lilacs anil ro.
'I'll,- wedding was a lllliut out-, only
tb,- relatives anil a few intlmalu
friends heiiig prcsenl. Immediately
after the ceremony Un. wedding party
repaired ... the resideneu ot the
bride's parents, where un elaborate
wedding Ittm-li was set-veil, Tht- parlor ami dining room were prettily decorated with roses, ferns ami potted
plants. Tin- wedding gills were
numerous ami costly. Tin- happy
couple left on tin' afternoon -train lor
illontretil, ,\rw York and other eastern cities, Tht" bride is an exceptionally bright nnil ncooniulit.lu.-tl
young lady, ami has held tin, posilion
ot olfii-ial stenographer in thi- gov
crnment ollii-t-s        for some
time and by her charming
personality has made herself a general favorite ill     soeial circles.     Tbe
groom is an employe ot the c. P. R.
.....I hy his ability and strict attention to business hits worked his way
up until, for the past three years, In-
has bait complete charge of the vast
freight business of the company i
this city und his unable and cQuit-
eons conduct In.-- wuu liim a litis* or
friends in Soulh Kast Hootcn-ty. On
their return to Cra-nbroobj ihey will
reside in llie lloskiiis collage, ou
linker Hill.
FITZPATMCK.ailENIEIl
On Monday morning last at 8.SO
o'clock Mr. E. J. Fll/.palili-k, ol
Marysville, and Miss l.eontt Grenier,
ol Cra-ntirook, were united iu the
hilly bonds ot matrimony at St.
Mary's church by Rev. Father Wagner. J. .1. Fil/patrii-k-, a brother ol
tin. groom, officiated ns best man
and Miss Annie Olltlleltii was the
bridesmaid. The weddiiijr, was u
iftiit-t one, only lhe immediate rela-
lives ol the contracting parlies being
present. The bride is tbe daughter
if Mr. und Mrs, A. Grenier, and has
grown to womanhood in Cranbrook,
where site has ,tt -host ol friends. .The
groom -..-is foreman of Ihe Sullivan
smelter at Marysville ami is very
popular anion-- the citizens ot thnl
lown, Immediately alter lite ceremony lhe happy couple left on the
morning train tor a honey moon trip
to Portland and San Francisco, uml
on their return will be at home to
their many Irlemls in Marysville.
They were the recipients of many
beautiful ami valuable fires.'..Is.
VAST   RAILROAD SCHEME
AMERICAN   COMPANY TO UUIIJ.
KUO.M CARDSTON.  NORTH TO
FORT JloMUKHY
Cardston, Alia., June 17.—American railroads are lieginning to realize tlie- possibilities of lhe Canadian
northwest and numerous plans have
been prepared to cover the country
with a network ol lines between Winnipeg und the Pacific coast. The
Northern Empire Railroad company
is the laicst aggregation of Amcri-
t-uus organized for the purpose of
building u railroad into Canada
From the route map already prepared it is evident this company has
enormous capital ut its buck lor il
proposes to build a Hue some 2,01MI
miles in length through the wildest
and most unknown country in Wesl-
eiu Canada, It will cross the international boundary near Cardston,
Alberta, and from theuce wiil mil
due north to Fort MtMunay on the
Athabasca river and en route tap Ullrich wheat lands of Southern Alberta
and in turn go through- the coal country and, on .tl.e prospect ol the oil
discoveries in Athabasca proving valuable, make a bee Hue from Fort Mc
Murruy to Fort Vermillion, directly
through that country in which several
dozen parties of Americans are now-
boring lor oil, gus und asphalt. The
gigantic nalure ol the work becomes
apparent upon leaving Fort Vermillion, for theu the real troubles of the
contractors begin. Mighty rivers
und the diOleulties of the Rocky
mountains-have lo be overcome and
it is estimated the work on this section alone will average fully SllKIJIiu.
per mile, bHt in return the promoters
will derive the benefits [rom tapping
one of the richest mineral districts in
the whole Dominion, left dormant lor
years owing to lack of transportation. Along the route almost every
mineral Dimwit on the American continent exists in paying quantities unit
some of the deposits are fabulously
rich.
.1. U. T. Caron. an Ottawa solicitor, is acting for the applicants, and
so fur the names uf ' the principals
have been kept In the background, hut
it is the general heliel the new company Is it Northern PnciOc branch,
lhat company having lieen particularly anxious lo get back into panada
ever since its lilies in Manitoba were
bought ont by the Canadian Northern
some six years ago.
HOY ONLY     NINETEEN MONTHS i<
(ll.ll WANDERS   EIGHT M1I.ES
AWAY
P.    R.    SLEEPERS   HUN    TO
PORTLAND
SOO
LINE TO   ENTER    OREGON
CITY FROM SPOKANE
OVER O. R. & N.
Boise, Idaho, June 17.—A most remark-able elnl.l Inn.t was brought to .1
successful conclusion ihis u.urning iu
Hie broken sage-brush country between Hie Hoise ami Payette valleys,
si.tue Hi miles nor.beu.sl ol Caldwell.
Tin- missing child was lound standing
behind some sage   brush and seemed train service Irom St. Paul lo Sn,.
pcttcc.ly   well,     though   it hud been „,,,. ,,„.y  ,  ., s,tT ,        ,       ■-
oul two nights    without lood.     llie trom St. Paul to    Portland  will   Bo
child, a hoy 1» months old, belonged Installed.      AiHiouncomonl      „[ ibis
i„   Mr. and    Mrs.   Lawrence Marsh, arrangement was giv „i .yesterday
living 13 utiles northwest of Caldwell, al Hie Spokaiic-lnTornnllo.uiiI and the
On Saturday evening at ll o'clock lhe Canadian Paclflo offices
missed.    Search tailed   to
I Spokesman-Review.)
Willi the opening ol the new
last
child wa:
locale it,
night. Sunday Hie child's track:
Mete fount, in'lite sage-brush country
extending eastward. A large number
,.f people bad assembled by that time
.....I were scouring lhe country in
en-rv direction. Tin- warden ol the
penitentiary was appealed lo to semi t
'dawn hounds    and    did so, hut Ihey
The rumor which bus   hern current
though it was continued all  Hi...  Hie entire new train will go on
Irom Spokane It. the coast was den.
Inl.      One ol the    sleepers ol     ih,
thioiigli lltiln will he aliachnl lo tin-
1.15 o'olock 0. II. ,v \. Pnrtlii.'ul ,.v
country in press-   u„| ,„ Him wav willi hi ,„-.,...
li.-nlly through service ft..in St. Paul
Portland.
A statement, ui.tdi- a Inrtnighl am,.
could do nothing. | that the now route will ho nearly JIMi
The tracks were losl lu lhe In tikeii miles longer Ilia it either .In- Northern
 uy ami    Hn-   search on Sunday ■>.,.-i.,<-
tuil.il,       Early Ibis   morning Ihere ,. t
were fully 6011 people in lhe Held hunting over a great area. Harold Hawthorne liuallv lound the little one "
ir Grenl
sterility
Northern  line
liv ll.
I'othin
Mr, Corbin said:
"III-  actual   measurement   ||,,.    new
I'Ollte is III utiles shorter than lli.il „|
miles east ol lis    home.        lie was   ,|lc „,,.„,   N„ll|ll.,r,       ,  ,    .,.,       .{'
searching in    Hint direction will,   n |,..ss    iliun   ihat   jr.-.-,.-....i t.,       i„
party, but first turned hack, declaring Northern Purine     The uio {nun «
tho 'child could  nol  have  traveled so pa|||  ,„ S|l„ti„„, „..■ ,„,        .       ' '
(at, but he   pushed on until he Ihuilly Utile less than    IS hours   and     lb
found   the    baby's   tracks but these schedule will he lit,, fastest in
w.-re soon lost.     He kepi ..it leading ence between ihese two liiilnls
liis horse and selected    what seemed.   "From St. Paul to Portland     th.
the most probable route.        roulo will be nlmnst I iilhw iriinrl
Alter he had gone a halt utile Irom or than either nl flic olh'rs
the pnint    when- Ilis companions it-It means H...I    we can furnish lit.
hint,  be hoard a child's voice saying: est service „n this line also
"Pretty    pony;   baby   ride    | y, |   "The new trains,    which' nro ron.lv
Looking over Ihf sage brush he saw for   service,   will consist „t     seve.
the little otic   standing there uncon- eo.icl.es each,   nnd   will he ilie'hes't
cornedaml    reached out its arms to that    modern   onr building    ran un
him.    He picked it up ami hurried to ra.t.    The train will Inelnile , ntVl
the top of    the ridge   from winch he class day conch, the express nnd   -.,'
signalled.    While tl.e others galloped f„ge car, tho    tourist sleeiter      Iwo
to notify    .he   fitirenls,   he put lhe standard simpers   the .liner and   n.
lilld   ou  Ins    saddle    ami galloped observe tin mob.    All ul Ihese can
exist
'I'll
> fast
back.
will   lii-
lIe had a bottle ol milk Irom wliieli tricltv
Hie chiltl pnrtta.k ravenously until he w|.
look it away.    The lace and legs ol
tin- lint ie were scratched, lint il he no
was otherwise none the worse tor its case
experience,
lgh1oi|
.nd    are
Individually by dec
excellently nppolut-
ln lhe observation coach Ihere will
burlier shop, as litis been the
in many such ennettes. The
.lumber of card or smoking rooms lias
lieen cul down l„ one, three state-
rooms nml a drawing room being added in their place.
"We shall use the new O, R. ,1- fj
dep... ami the sleeper Im- Portland
will connect there."
FORMAL   APPOINTMENT OF MR.
11EEDERSON
Ottawa, June 15.—At a meeting ol
lhe cabinet litis afternoon ex-Judge
Henderson's appointment as commissioner of llie Yukon was put through.
Tin- governor-general will sign nlic
ordor-iii-roui.cH ou Monday. Mr.
Henderson leaves for bis new Held of
labor hy Hie end ui the week.
Tito contract for lhe Canadian-Alts-. 	
iralian steamship service expires in! Phoenix, 11. ('., Juu,. 15.—Fnr the
August, it having heen intended for a laSl >K" weeks miners have been re-
year nearly ti'll months ago. The turning to the boundnry on almost
Australian government has now iip-.every train on both railways, glad to
proaohtd Canada regarding the te- resume tin-it- old positions til the in-
newal uf the senile, but il is under- creased scale nl wages, which has
stood that the Dominion government, hw'. agreed upon hetween lhe unions
In view of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's pro- nml lhe mine malingers. Men have
posals for an "All red" line before returned from Itnlle. Hie r
Hie colonial conference,     will not be
MINERS  RETURN  TO WORK
ARRIVE IIY EVERY TRAIN, CONTENT WITH WAGES PAID
tlisposed lo enter into any lengthy
arrangement.
Col. Steele was hanquetted tunigl.t
by old comrades ol the Slrutheona
Horse. Ureetings were received from
all pTtrts ol Canada.
The title to mining lights under
Ciiliiili lata-, lor which Ottawa.is paid
11,1187,000, has lieen challenged-before
.he Dominion government by the
Florence Mining company. II llm
net of the provincial legislature is disallowed there will be Interminable
llligalion over ibe property.
HEATH    BLOW     TO   HOISE   OF
LORDS
PREMIER HANNEltMAN WILL INTRODUCE DRASTIC   RESOLUTION IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
London, June 14.—The lollowlng is
the text of the resolution on the sub-
ji-ct ol the House ol Lords, which
Premier Catnpbcll-llnnnerman will
move in Ihe house ol commons, June
21: "That in order to give ellect ol
lhe will ol Ihe people as expressed by
their elected representatives, it is
necessary thai the power of lhe other
house to alter or reject bills passed
liv this house should he so restricted
by law us lo secure that within the
limits ol a single parliament the final
decision of tl.e house of commons
stiall prevail."
It is understood th*t this resolution has lieen approved hy a full
meeting of the cabinet, It is expected that the debate on the question of the house of lords will last
throe or four days, and prove one ol
Hie most interesting ol the session.
SAYS II
d'Alenes and Irom other mining disirieis where thev went when Hie coke
shortage caused Hie .nines In close.
Tito forces are being gradually nllni
up at the mines ami smelters.
Nevertheless, there is still a shortage of employes at the smelting
works and shipping mines. They are
necdlne, ..lore men Hum thev did before the close down. There hits heel,
m, Increase in Ibe cost ,.f board at
any ol lb,' mines or smelters iu lhe
boundary.
COL. STEELE IN  CANADA
HAS HEEN  "BRURIIIN'O  UP"
ENGLAND-IS ON HIS WAY
WEST
lune 14.—Col. Sleele,
Un
C. lor Saskatchewan and
Hi-
IS CRAZY AND GOES
TO ASYLUM
STOCK QUOTATIONS
Reported bv   Beale A Elwell,
ers, Crnnbrook, B. 0.
llrok-
Sullivan 	
101
Rambler Cariboo   ...
50
Albert.. Cnul 	
.  32
-forth Star   	
HI
Western Oil 	
1,70
Western Oil  (Pld.) 	
	
..4.25
Nicola Coal 	
1
I.iteiiiniioiiul Coal 	
72
Snowstorm 	
5.25
Panhandle -Smelter 	
15
Diamond Coal 	
1.0.1
Sales: MOO    Sullivan;
500 In
ernu-
t.onal Coal; 300 Diamond
Coal
1000
Nicola Coal.
Vancniivcr   Province.)
Henry William Harworth, a young
Kiif-.isliman wlw arrived at Victoria
a few days aj*o, was ycHti'iday com*
niilti-il, iiikI.t peculiar drruinstances,
to the provincial asylum for tlie in-
sane at New Westminster.
Id ninipany with his brother, liar-
wortli called' at the office «f Chief ol
Police Lanislcy of Victoria on Tues-
lay, and annoimced that he was
:iii/y. Chief Lauftley sized up his
visitors for a minute, and then said
lo i lie one who had addressed him:
"Vmi don't look it,"
"Hut lam," he insisted and the
brother noiMed bis corroboration of
Hie statement.
"What are you crazy about?" ask
ed lhe chief.
"I don't know; I am simply crazy,
ami if I am not put Into nn asylum
right away I am afraid I will do myself some harm," was the reply.
Tlie ehief advised Ihe troubled man
to **o out into the fresh air uml take
ii walk, siiERestins that lhc brother
should accompany him.
Tlie two men went out, and the one
who claimed the distinction of bein-*
iiisuiie crossed ibe street anil perched
himself on n fence while the other
kept on walking. It was afterwards
learned tbat he went lu search of a
(tort or.
When he had rested on the fence for
about an hour Harworth returned to
the chief's office nnd stated that hv
was becoming crazier all the time.
The chief gave him temporary accommodation in minrters where he did
not harm himsell, and informed the
city health officer, Dr. fiohertson, of
the case.
Yesterday Drs. Itohertson ami Hart
held an examiuation and came to the
conclusion that the man's claim to
Insanity was justified. They commit-,
ted him to tht asylum at Ntw Westminster.
Ottaw-i.
new I). O.
Alberta, has arrived in the city
is not yet able to say when lit* Ic,
for lhe west. Me is in Die best oi
healih and docs not appear to In* anv
the worse lor his sojourn in South
Africa, where lie was in the Northern
Transvaal division, and was one of
the two inspecting officers hi the
Soulh African constabulary.
A year ago Inst' March he was
asked hy Lord Shellioiirne to remain
six mouths longer looking into the
complaints made by farmers against
Chinese.
Since returning to England he has
been studying the military tactics
with the inspector-general of cavalrv,
Major General Baden Powell. As tiie
colonel put it he was K''tli''K "brushed up a little."
DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION. NELSON, B. C.
Iwo VI bole I .ays ol Pleasure and Suort
MONDAV and TUESDAY, JULY 1st and 2nd, IW7
last oi Events larger uud more eluhomte than evor.
PRIZES «5,000.ee PRIZES
GRAND PARADE PONY KACEs
CHILDREN'S SPORTS JUNIOR BASEBALL
CALEDONIAN SI-.HITS ITItE.MEN'S SPORTS
LAWN TENNIS l-'Ol.TBAI.l.
CRICKET LACROSSE
THAI' SHOOTING TOURNAMENT
Grand Slreel Parade of the Voeokhol A Nolan Mlnnt.el Show, with
llicit own BriiHs Ritn.l.
GRAND AQUATIC CARNIVAL
Boat Unco.,. Launch Raees. Cut Races,
Concluding with iiii nlnls.ra.o Pyrotechnic Dhtplnynuil lllnml..a.e.l I'urade,
'I'lte Nelson City II,.... I will l.e in Alti.l.iluli.-e each dny.
EXCURSION HATES KROM ALL PARTS
liveryboily Come
WM   I i:\ivk.
Ills W.........1  TIIK \| Willi
W. It   llll.I.KIT,
ll„,...lui.i rl.iiii
CZ&£ Monday, June 24th
Two Performances," at 2 p.m. and H p.m.
g 100-Circus Champions and Celebrities-100
S3 Famous Zqueetriaa*
IR   Onrln.   AorlHll.ta
tO Rmokkn* Ron**
7 Ruaaian Couaoka
II   Arabian   Tumblers
M Many Mirthful Clown*
9 Sensational Equilibrists
90 Astonishing Acrobats
A Oemplata Japan*** C/rous
•5C       Supsrb  Garland Sntreo
Scores of Trnined Wild Beasts
Hard* at Partermlng Elephant*
Camels, Llamas and Bos Indicus
Sducated Seals and Ssa Lions
Hlehest   Jumping   Horses
Thundering Roman Chariot Races
Tnin' lapiM tnkii- Stallions
Only Lady Japanese Artists in America
IOO Mhalland Pony Ballet
Cake   Walking   Horses
Marvelous Picards .:'..::.
j?5_^Stirk (10) Family
•mm-m Lb Flour Troupo
I. ,»„!» 1 • » ■» •-> .......  » ■
Ut*., .......... .-<.,....
Pretty Edna Maretta
ItaUnl. U*| iniM tal.il W«|)« 1.1.„ th...., MiM.k-.Mi I*
»■ IM HtH* tt.t>*-*» «»IHIy ffiin , WelM
Grand Street Paraded
NEVER HEI-THIK SEEN OUTSIDE TOE CZAR'S DOMAIN
NRWSKVOFF IHOllPt- OF RUSSIAN DANCI-HS
FArtllllS AVAI.ON TROUPE, Bicycle Esperls
Mei.NOT'lM.ENNOI.LE TRIO, Sensational Comedy Wire Aitisls
NEW AND NOVEL FEATURES
100
100
NOTICE 1
The (linins     room ol Sirdar hotel
will bo closed lor one month, as   the
entire tiiittdinp; is undergoine, repairs.
M. .1. McPealc.
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R. G.  McPHEE ij
THE NEW
PAINTER
;; a worn, abi.ii mut skjn wmimn;;
UKFAItl-IKNr
I have aeeiireil the services ot
one ul the llue>>t niiro wrilers in
II. C, and can trnuinti.ee Hie heat <i
work in every t.rnnnh of tl.e Stun <.
Writing Art. ' >
l-'n-al-clutt.    work . on    Short \ \
Notice. , ,
ANVTHINU FRI.W COIII.N SHINS TO ', ',
THE MOST COSILY UMB..SSINU
A Trial will Convince
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I WOOD FOR SALE;
I have Het'iireil mueliiiiery fm- <
HuwhiK wihhI, um) iim ihim- fire-
t«ieii to i-niitriii'l tm H'iMhl nl ii uy
len-*ili, hi  liii'n'- or mnull i|iiun-
tilitiM.
Onloltmvii i-ontrnrtf) wi!ti-ili«i|.
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SEE   OUR   WINDOW
We have a GARDEN HOSH that
will stand the water pressure this
year. Try a length on our sprinklers
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MERCHANT
Rambling Reveries
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The place where a
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Also all kinds ol
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NfHIfHl til llilll'i't.l  Hill] lie
limit Im  tin- public nne
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Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
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, CI-Al'P
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The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Manager*,.
drop in and see us any lime.   We are nn deck 25 hours
oul ul lhc 24
THE HERALD $2.00 A YEAR
BY A DRKAMER.
WANTED: A GIRL
"Wanted—a girl, mn a butterfly RaV-
Oetttla  a ml  sweet,   iu    a womanly
wav.
No  beautiful  picture,    languid   and
fair,
That always seemed labelled, "Please
I        handle with rare,'*
Hut one in    whose   heart ta   hidden "
true worlh, !'
And faithfully follows its mission on;
1 earth.
: Hopeful nnd earnest is helping ami
I giving,
Kinds plenty to do in tiie life she is
living,"
Kuliilling its duties with sweet   eon-
tent,
Whether adverse or pleasant, just   as
they're sent;
In Uie Rarb of a   queen or In homespun arrayed,
Whatever her station—Is needed thai
maid."
One sure wav to (jot Into heaven for
a day at least i.s to do a kind act lo
some one who does not lilt** you,
f The Hihli-s in a great many houses
are so beautiful owl rosily that the
young (oiks are not permitted to open
[hem.
Who does not like a "good morning" that comes from the heart? it
makes tin* whole day brighter. No
matter how coarse the garb ol the
speaker, ihe true hardy wish is
prized higher than the heart-less
smile ol the most aristocratic aud
snclal acquaintance.
I True politeness is the corner stone
of success, and is oue ol the mosl
important of human life. It consists of frankness, cordiality *n*l
gentleness toward our fellow creatures. Beautiful iu its truth and
simplicity, the first that ynu tli
should learn and the last that age
should forget.
It is tme thing tn go about out
life work ns a sense nf stem duty,
ami another tn go about it ill a
way that shall make both ourselves
.uni everybody about us happy, To
lie pleasant is a consiimntlon that lies
within lhe power of every one of us.
To to great is the achievement of
tho few. There is nothing that sits
so gracefully upon a bright woman as
gentleness ami pleasantness. Tin-
greatest- intellect the Lord ever
struck from out ihe eternities is devoid of charm without the gift of
affability and sweetness of manner.
THE SANCTITY   OK HOME
| A man has nn right tn enter his
own door with a cloud upon his brow
and a temper in his heart. His com
ing should rejoice liis wife and children. A woman has no right tn he
always complaining about little
livings ami showing discontent in n
thousand ways ami keeping ito children in a constant stale of alarm
fnr fear mother will "make a fuss
about it." There should never be a
frown ai the dinner table, or at the
morning and evening meal, nor should
there to that dismal silence that
sometimes hroods over the meat and
takes away the appetite. Food taken In sullen silence will not digest.
The tied nml the band should nlways
he careful. The sleep will not be
sweet when there are tears upon (he
pillow. We wnuld lie nfraid to scold
a child just before the eyes were
closed in sleep. The responsibility is
greater upon the parent limn upon,
lhe children. If the father is loving
nml companionable mo his hoys they
will l»e more apt to stay at home
and not wander off into had cmn-
p.my. Thev wnuld not speak of him
as "the old man." They wnuld not
tie waiting for liim to die so they
would inherit his estate. It the
mother was always gentle and kind
and reasonable m her girls they
would love home too well to make n
runaway match or go with unprincipled young men. "Make Home
Happy." should he the watch-word In
every family, it is well enough to
have the little prayer, "God Bless
Our Home," painted, or worked on
canvas, overhanging the mantle, bul
i.ut Creator will not do (or us wlial
we can do lor ourselves.
A man without either natural or
cultivated civility is the mosl disagreeable thing in nature outside of ii
burdock nr a hedgehog, hut a woman
without the gilt nf a gracious ami
pleasant manners is like the si.a-hi of
a hlossomless stalk in ri garden meant
to grow roses.
ABOUT SUCCESS
Plenty of work, with good wages
nml Increasing prosperity, are the
certain rewards of faithfulness, Let
nny young man start in life with the
determination to put the best he has
ii.io the discharge of every duty, and
time of the In-st things of life will
eventually become his own.   There   is
till "room at the top" and faithfulness is one ol the essential conditions   nf ascent.        Nor can any one
licoecd at  least in nny sphere ol life
without a certain degree of piety, in
older ami  more beautiful sense nf
habitual   reverence    toward    nature
id    her   laws.       This is not   the
[idling of   the   Christian     religion
only, t.ttt equally ol all religion ami
experience    nt  mankind,       The elements of success    are moral mainly,
am) absolute obedience tn moral law
s essential to the preservation of  a
tear head and sound judgment. Whoever is not obedient will sooner or
later And that he has been sowing
the wind only lo reap a whirlwind,
which will mar if not wreck his fortunes when he least expects.
l,et. every mother remember that
however humble her home, however
monotonous her Hie, if she lie patient
iu well doing her children will he
better because she has lived. Over
her self-sneriflee, her love, h*T faith
and courage they will enler the
promised land ihat otherwise they
might n»t have reached. And not
her children only, hut all with whom
she comes in contact, will he uplifted
and strengthened by her purity and
steadfastness. Be content then, to live
each hour, each day, "gathering up
the fragments," giving the kind word,
the loving thought, the tender sympathy, doing tiie homely duties Hint
lie nearest, ns a daughter nf the
kind, as queen in the royal line of
motherhood, knowing that ail these
things are helping to make those who
come after von "Itettci because you
have lived,"
In union there Is strength Is a sav
ing as old as It ia true. It doesn't
pay to be Isolated and solitary.  It Is
bad for business and it is ruinous to
any healthy growth ol life, Be
neighborly, Don I sponge on eaoh other
Imi, to kindlv and helpful, We cannot
live upon bread atone. The brotherhood ol humanity is a noble thought
io cherish, and just as noble to'prao-
MAYOR SCHMITZ GUILTY
SAN      FRANCISCO       "GRAFT"
DIVIDED WITH HIM BY HOSS
RUEF
ticallv UVi
careful to
Little arms
make the hen
diamonds bp
pictures and
one can posi
room iis do 1
learest io us
In*  hough)   nie
is wealth to ii
pity the   poor
wealth that gold
iuu whose jev
which Cornelia v
iml obedient sons.
amusement     transforms
'.linhows.
ti who is always telling
;ood character should be
hv.iys have it With him.
is encircling lhe neck will
e.tri light over which   no
ikle.       All   the    grand
»iks of art
i adorn   a
•s ..[ those
lhat may
hnve,  nor
pb-ndid v
,e uili ne\
smiting f-i
The thinii
pleasant t.
• despised;
man w
cannot h
He
life
ihere
but never
Do has tiie
uv. nor Hie
;e those ol
proud—good
foi
tven   gave   every  man time
useful   purpose, and a person's
must     have lieen   sadly spenl if
an* no green spots in the wild
s of the past, to which he can
liirti back with consolation nnd pleasure, How ninny live in the world
is useless as if they had never passed
through life, as a mere cipher, and
leaving the world without performing
,i single act of kindness In n fellow
creature, or leaving a single (race by
which their memories mav to perpetuated to prosperity, tlieli virtue
■ their charities.
We are greasing the wheels of life
when we speak kindly lo the poor
beggar iu the street, or to Hie blind
man who i.s wailing for n friendly
hand to help him across the road. We
re greasing the wheels of life   when
.-c perforin anv kind action, when we
bring a ray of sunshine Into any
d iuip lo give pleasure and
hope to any of those who are snd and
llstressed, How various are the
way of greasing Ihe wheels of life
when we make Ihe best of what we
have, nnd look forward with pleasure
ml hope to (lie future,  then we help
n make life go smoothly.
LET CHILDREN PLAY
From lhe nursery to the narrow
house is hut a brief journey, anil in
that brief space between Ihe two
lerminals lhe pleasantcsl domain
ought to he that of childhood. Chil-
tiit'ii alone, of human beings, hnve the
eapncitv of unidulii-rateil enjoyment.
Their childhood, therefore, should be
lhe holiday of life; iis slave-ihiy will
soon In- upon t'hem, and then farewell
forever to the merry world, without'
,i responsibility, n (ear nr a care,
which is Iheir rightful abiding place
until borne out into the tumult and
the strife of the great maelstrom.
Tasks ihey must learn, duties they
musi he taught but those who know
ow to interest the developing mind
nd to feed it wisely with the elements of knowledge, can make education one of childhood's pleasures.
Appreciation makes stupid people
brighter, homely ones more comely,
Ihe clumsy less clumsy, the the dilti-
eult sell-possessed. Jt need not he
given in words; tones or often sufficient, even glances or gestures will
convey amide meaning to sensitive
souls.' Try a few words of genuine
approval upon the most stupid person
of your acquaintance and note the effect, it will surprise you; try it on a
woman who knows she is plain ami
unattractive ami mark how her eyes
will brighten, her cheeks flush and
her face light up with something akin
to beauty. Try It on a man who
lays out your walks or hoes your
corn, and see what consciousness it
will awaken iu him. There is that
in all of us that responds quickly to
the voice of eulogy ami longs for it.
The mau dead to tliis is dead to every
noble aspiration.
OUR MOTHER
Hound the idea of one's mother the
mind of a man clings willi fond affection. It is the first deep thought
stamped upon our infant hearts when
vet soft and cnpahle of receiving the
most profound impressions, and the
after feelings of the world are more
or less light in comparison. Even
in our old age we lonk bad* to that
feeling as one of the sweetest we
have through life. Our passions and
our wilfulness may lead ns far from
the object of our filial love; we learn
even tn pain her heart, to oppose her
wishes, lo violate her commands; we
may become wild, headstrong and
angry nf her counsels nml opposition;
but when death has stilled her moni-
inry volte, and still memory remains
to recapitulate her virtues nnd good
deeds, affection, like a flower, beaten
lo the ground by tlie past storm,
raises her head nml smiles among her
tears. Round that idea, as we have
said, lhc mind clings with fond affection; and even when the early period of our loss forces memory lo be
silent, fancy lakes the place of re-
memhernnce and twines the image of
our dead parent with a garland of
graces ami beauties and virtues which
we doubt, not she possessed.       (
A RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS
It is simply when you rise in the
morning to form the resolution to
make lhe day a happy one to a fellow
creature. It is easily done; a leftoff
garment to the man that needs it:
a kind word to the sorrowful; an
encouraging expression to the striving I rifles in themselves, as brig-lit as
nir will do it, at least for twenty-
four hours; and if young depend upon
it that it will tell when vou are old,
rest assured that it will send you
gently aud happily down ihe stream
of time to eternity. Look at the
result. You send one person—only
one—happily through a day; that
is three hundred ami sixty-five in the
course of the year; and suppose you
live forty years only after ynu commence Uiis course, and you have made,
l«l,fiOO human beings happy, at least
for a time. Now, worthy reader. Is
not this simple'.' We do not often
indulge in a moral dose, hut this Is
so small a pill that no one needs current jelly to disguise its flavor, and
it requires to lie taken but once a
day, that we feel warranted in prescribing it. It Is most excellent for
digestion, and a promoter ol pleasant
slumber.
San Francisco, June 13.—A jury ol
twelve id his peers has declared
Mayoi Kugene E. Schiniu guilty of
the crime of extortion, as charged
against him by the Oliver grand jury.
lie was accused of taking "protection" money from proprietors of
notorious French restuarants,
Tlie jury was out just one hour and
thirty-iive minutes. They elected
Charles E. Clapp foreman and al
once pnK-ei-ii»it tn an Informal ballot. This was cast verbally and
stood 11 for conviction, I for acquittal. Juror Hums, a shoemaker,
east the dissenting vote.
Then the 12 men began a discussion
of the evidence which lasted for
nearly an hour. At the e*id of that
lime the first formal ballot was
cast. It was a written ballot ami
was unanimous for conviction. The
jurymen issued ihis statement to the
Vssoclated Press immediately after
their dismissal hy the court: "In
justice to Juror Hums it should be
explained lhat he did not vote for acquittal    because he     was dissatisfied
"Hi the    evidence or believed    ihere
is only doubt of the defendant's
guilt. Two forms of verdict weie
given to tlie jury and the consecutive
reading of these momentarily confused Mr. Burns, As soon as he understood the matter he cast, bis vote
with the other 11 and the verdict
was accomplished." Mr. Burns approved this .statement as correct.
On the wings of rumor spread the
report "the jury has reached a verdict," and even before Judge Dunne
reached the synagogue, hurried thlthet
by an automobile, nearlv a thousand
men had gathered iu Bush street aud
were clamoring at the doors to hn
let in. They were kept out until the
12 men had been brought In and seated. A.s Judge Dunn entered his
chambers by a rear way the crowd
surged into the building from the
front.
Then there was another waif of live
ivimili's, The mayor had not arrived, lie came putting up presently in
Ilis red muring ear, Met son ami
Fairal! and Barrett ami Drew ac-
lanying him. They pressed down
the aisle ami quietly took their ac
ustivmed seals at the end of
llie counsel table tartheiest from the
lury. Clerk McMaiuis stepped to
he door of the chambers and announced: "All ready lor you, judge.
They're here."
Judge Dunne took the bench al
»nce. "Let the jury he polled," he
said quietly. Then turning and ad-
1 reusing them: "Gentlemen of the
nny. have you agreed on a verdict?"
he said.
Foreman f'app rose very slowly in
'iis seat 'at the fur end of the lovvci
I ler.
"We have," he said solemnly.
"Wbal is your verdict. Is the defendant guilty or not guilty?"
Foreman Cttpp said very slowly and
very loud:     "Guilty."
The silence was hroU-n in a hum
I red places at once like a wave
training from the rocks. A long-
Irnwu "ah" ran through Ihe crowd.
Then "good" cried a voice in a far
■orner. Ami "good, good," echoed
mother farther in front.
Rudolph     Sprockets, whose wealth
mule possible the    whole bribe-graft
roseciition. was walking swiftly
lown the right aisle as tlie sentence
'ell from the foreman's lips. He
wink into a near seat as though arrested hy some sharp command.
All over the house people were
umping up now, and some of them
■ limed to (he strangers at their el-
'•ows and thrust out their hands   iu
he enthusiasm ot a long-looked for
nomeiit ami said; "Shake."
"The judgment of Uie court will he
ironouncod on Wednesday, June 27,"
said Judge Dunne. "The court will
at this time listen to any motion
that may suggest itself to the present ion."
A GREATFUL
MOTHER'S MESSAGE
ZAM-BUK CURED HER CHILD OF
ECZEMA WHEN ALL ELSE
FAILED
In gratitude for the great benefit
her child received from the use of
Zam-Buk, the great herbal balm,
Mrs. R. Gentleman, of 1900 St.
James' Street, Montreal, gave the
following details for publication. She
says: "My little    daughter Lydia (2
■ars) was troubled with eczema on
her body and face for six months.
During that time we tried several ad-
ertised remedies, but the disease
hud loo well hold of the child tor
these to overcome, and finally we
were obliged to consult a doctor.
He treated the little one for some
time, and gave us prescriptions fnr
various salves and medicines. We
tried them, and tried them well; but
the child got no better. When she
got warm the itching was terrible,
ami then the pain made her cry and
he very restless. One day somebody
strongly advised me to try Zam-Buk.
We obtained a supply, and it was
really wonderful how the Zam-Buk
cooled the sores and gave almost in-
tant relief. It stopped the itching,
healed the sores, and in six weeks
from first commencing it, the child's
skin was as smooth as when born.
Zam-Buk is compounded from itch,
healing, herbal essences, and is au
ideal natural combination of power
and purity, suitable for tbe delicate
skins of infants.
For summer skin troubles, sore
feet, insect stings, chafing sores-,
bruises, ulcers, abscesses, skin eruptions, scalp sores, Zam-Buk is unequalled. It also cures piles, All
druggists and stores at 50c. a box,
or Irom Zam-Buk    Co., Toronto, for
price.    6 boxes for $2.50.
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in
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There is only one thing
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I hat's hand tailoiing.
Summer Tweeds and
Wotsteds, Flannels and
Serges, must he moulded
ill sh-ipe by hand - and
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still III..;! i.l    Older    to
slay in shape.
Fit-Reform Outing Suits
keep their style and their
proportions, because
they are hand tailored.
$15. up.
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CIRCULATION STATEMENT
I'ollowing is a statement ol the
circulation ol   the Cranlirook Herald
tm the past y month'':
August  5,270
September   4,315
October  *. ...4,305
November  5,400
December  ' 5,400
January  5,600
Kebruary  4,425
March  4,425
April „ 4,423
Total (or 9 mouths 43,023
The total tor tbe 9 months is
4.1,623, which divided by 39, the
t.iituber ol issues during that period,
bhows the average circulation per
issue lo have been 1,1IH and 31-39.
The above is a true and correct
statement ol the circulation o( the
t'ranbrook Herald for the time stated.
F.  K. Simpson, Manager.
Subscribed und sworn to before me
hy the said F. K. Simpson, whom 1
personalty Know, this 27th day ol
May, 1907.
.1. A. Arnold,
.1. P. in and for British Columbia.
In eastern Canada ami tlie Stales
it it* considered u conservative estimate that five people read every
paper issued. In Cranbrook, to be
on the safe side, we place the number at three, which is absolutely
safe, and that would make 3,354 readers of the Herald each week.
These circulation figures can be
verified at any time by any advertiser who will take tbe trouble lo go
over the subscription books or watch
lhe big press roll out the papers.
This ts where the advertiser gets a
run (or his money. The Herald
would like to see every newspaper
make a sworn statement of its circulation. The advertiser is
t itied to know. He pays his money
and he should know what be is get-
ling in return-
Wby don't all papers do as tlie
Herald does?
WHY ?
S OBSERVATIONS   |
*4 BY THE OLD MAN. jf
4w*m*wm*m**w*&vwG4*ftet~*&
'ilk* Victoria papers are engaged in
a controversial war bused on Premier
Ale Bride's visit, to Knglaml on the
mission of better terms. What is the
use* Cut it oul. The premier
surely did no harm at llie "foot of
tbe throne." In fact his magnilicenti
presence made a striking impression, both at the colonial ollice
and in Piccadilly. Hence the big
ad. for British Columbia.
The governor of the Toronto jail
has been discharged for Improper conduct with females. Such a course
on the part of a man must be a bur
to a reputation for respectability in
ihe effete east. j
The way to Improve a poi I Iil en 1
party is to cut out. the grafters.
During the past, two years the
Corwervatlves ol lhe Dominion have
pursued a policy of slander ami villi-
action.,aj-ain-vt U» goyeri-iue-it. fail-
im* in the meantime to present, a
positive policy, or even i*- agree
among themselves on concerted line
..I governmental action. Is it a wonder Unit even Conservatives are becoming (Hsgusied, and that all over
Un- Dominion there is talk of a new
leader of thai party'' No political
parly ever was or ever will be ab-
M.liiiclv pure, Iuu the results ol the
I tbvlai administration iu Canada ale
of u nature thnt can1 be felt by the
masses of people in Ibe most uiater-
IdI wav. and il is results that the
people are looking lor, and nol political strife. The iuct is, the grcal
mnjorlt) of the people of Canada are
selfish enough to want to attend
strictly to their own business uml
promote their own personal prosperity, rather tlmn being eternally iu-
iiilvcil in political wartare. It is a
mailer of hull (Terence to this majority whether there is a Liberal or
Conservative government at Ottawa,
o long as   Ihe liusiiiess conditions nf
he country are   satisfactory,       The
Conservatives  overlook-    this  Import?
ul  pnint,     ami     Iheir venal attacks
pou Hie government,  in face of uui-
t'tsiil   prosperity ami absence of any
political crimes,   will prove fruitless
as a political     policy, and damaging
io the   party   sitting ou    the chilly
side of parliament.
Lumher is King.
.1. Peck MacSwaiu had charge of
the Moyie Leader last week and be
turned nut a paper that will he remembered in the city by Ihe lake for
veins In come. It was gotten up in
"Peck's" iui mi table, devil-may-care
brilliant, style, and as there was
much about Crnnbrook people, copies
nf the Leader were at a premium
when (hey arrived in this city. The
issue wus surely  a  warm one.
Visitors to Crnnbrook next Monday, circus tlay, are invited to call
al the Herald office and look over a
first-class printing establishment.
The editor ol this great family
weekly was honored last year by being elected president of lhc Alberta
Press association, and with a desire
lo further honor the banana belt the
gopher editors selected Cranbrook as
the next meeting place. This meeting will probably beheld the'latter
part of August, and if our plans
materialize at least fifty editors,
many ol them accompanied by their
wives and sweethearts, will visit
Cranlirook on that occasion. We
know what thnt will mean. The
visitors will have the pleasure and
privilege of seeing one o( tbe best
Inwns iu Canada, and Craubrook will
have an oppnrlunitv to entertain a
big bunch of the salt of the earth.
Boosting Cranbrook is a pleasant
business,
The sunshine and rain will make
lhc banner lui nana crop Hi I.s year.
There is not a town in Canada that
hits n better volunteer fire brigade
than Cranhrook, and very few thai
bus as good. We are proud of the
brigade and ol their work.
The remains of a Boston man were
cremated and lhe ashes made Into a
brick. Tbat will he bandy lor the
widow lo throw at her next husband.
A Colorado man married, a lady
nn mod A nnic < 'ha nee. there are
evidently men in tbat state brave
enough to take A. Chance along the
matrimonial Hue.
Medicine Hal has a steamboat and
every citizen of that city (eels it
necessary to wear a yachting cos
tnme.
The sessions of the Cranbrook
iloiima are always interesting.
The eyes of the world are on Western: Canada, and well they may be.
The wheat crop in Western Canada
this year promises in be a whopper.
Ralph Smith. M. P., made an Impromptu address at Hie Odd Fellows
banquet iu Nnnaimo last Thursday
evening Ihal was a masterpiece, and
mie lhat convinced everybody present-
that Mr. Smith possessed remarkable
ahilily as an afler dinner speaker.
Mr. Smith is recognized as one ol the
bright men in polities today, and is
possessed ol n vast (und of common
sense thai leaves its mark on the
course he pursues in parliament. But
fortunate as Mr. Smith may be in
bis native ahilily, be is still more
fortunate in being blessed wilh n
wife whn has brains, wisdom and
Iuct. Possessing an attractive ap-
perjinee, a must interesting conversationalist., being both a pleasing
talker and au attentive listener, she
dink's friends and admirers wherever
she goes, ami must he a tower of
strength to Mr. Smith in bis political life.
An open air concert now and then
hy ihe Cranbrook hand would he appreciated by the public.
When vou    think o( advertising vou
think of the Herald. That is what
superior circulation does for a
paper.
There is every opportunity to have
a good time Dominion Day in this
pari of the count rv. Celebrations
will be held at Fort Steele, where tlie
people propose to have one ol their
good old times. Moyie is having a
celebration us usual, und the people
nf that beautiful eity are making un
extra offort this year to make the
day a pleasant one Tor the visitors.
Creston, that new commercial center
at the foot o( Kootenay lake, proposes to break the record this year,
with iis initial celebration, and when
the people o( Crcston undertake to
do anything they do it, with a vim
that insures emphatic success,
Prince Fiixhimi {pronounced Foo-
Shlmy). was entertained in a glorious
manner nt Calgary last Tuesday,
The prince would not. win much at a
beauty show and carries with him a
took of sadness llial. might Indicate]
that tn. has spwt most ol bis mar-1
lied life with liis mother-in-law. Cnl-
gaty is strong on cuter tain lug visitors, and when il comes to a prince
of ibe royal blood, u.i matter what
color, ihere is enough o( lhe remittance men element iu that cilv tn
uiak-e the cutt'ltuintneiil a glorious
success, as the common people arc
permitted to stand hack of tbu tones
and cheer,   wliile the elect   tntich    the
royal palm.
While tilth Ot Smyth was at the
Coast mail)' people remarked on lite
httlkiug likeness between Mr. Smyth
ml Premier McBride. This is surely
lucky year inr the premier.
Bub Edwards, the religious editor
.( the Calgary Kye Opener, has been
.ft shift fnr lour weeks, but came
hack  lo earth     again  last   week ami
sued another copy of his paper.
The Y„ Al. C A, building at Hovel*
stoke i.s a monument to the people of
lhat  city. It  is oue of  Hie  tttu-s 1
buildings uf thai character iu Western
Canada.
Calgary is being knocked these days
because lhe banks have shut down ou
lite wild cat leal estale speculation.
The facts arc that Calgary is one
nf the best towns in Western Canada
ami has just" started to grow, It
lias a country back of it that will
make it ihe Winnipeg of the Western
prairie, aud tlie man whn is doing a
legitimate business in Calgaiy will
find that be is a lucky man.
Wi- heard Kluilu (loldmnn, the female anarchist, lecture at Calgary
last Sunday evening. timma is a
line talker, hut her ideas nf right and
wrung, of morality and immorality,
of atheism and Christianity, aie
Slightly     mixed. This   Would   he a
strange world indeed if people of
the (iuldmau type predominated,
A passenger train was blown from
the track near Keg ilia last week.
When Macleod hears of this then;
will go up a wail of envy.
.Joseph Moiilalhetlj won out in the
light for the Blairmore townsite. The
jury decided that lie was entitled to
ibe property.
This is the time of the year when
ministers ale scut, away hy their
congregations lo enjoy n vacation and
newspaper men are trying to collect
enough money to keep the sheriff out
uf the shop.
The editorial convention, which is
to be held in Cranlirook iu August,
will be a great gathering ot grey
matter.
When the Japanese o( Calgary saw
Prince Fushimi appear on lhe platform of his car they yelled "Banzai," which "in Crnnbrook means
"Hurrah for lhe banana."
II. L. Stephens, who has two hotels
in CaIgary, tlie Queens and t be
Palace, Mat Itockendorf being associated wilh him in the Palace, is
rapidly making an enviable reputation in that eily as a successful business man and a solid citizen. The
(jueens was taken over hy Mr. Stephens about six months ago, and now
ranks as one of tlie leading hotels of
Calgary, and is crowded every duy in
the week. Iu fact so popular has
this hotel become that already a
large addition is under wav, und' will
he completed by fall', which will en-
aide Mr. Stephens to meet the di*-
munds of the traveling public,
Throughout Kast Kootenay Mr.
Stephens is well known, and hi; lias a
host of friends here who will be
pleased to learn of his deserved popularity and prosperity.
A     nHATF.Fl J,     ACKNOWLEDGMENT.
The following letter has been received in acknowledgment of funds
raised by the cantata recent Iv given
in Craubrook:
Vancouver, .June il, lfi07.
D. .1.   McSweyn,    Esq., Cranhrook,
B. C:
pear Sir: Your very welcome letter
nf the 3rd Inst, covering draft and
cheque for $72,50 is to hand by this
pnst.
We are deeply grateful tn yuu and
all the kind friends who have worked
so bind tn make your cantata so
great a success. 1 am sure that you
will all be blessed for your labor of
love (or our children, and our wnrk.
This kind of practical sympathy is
very valuable and precious to us.
Thanking vou and all of vou, I nm,
dear sir, yours faithfully,
C. .1. South, Supt.
CHANBHOOK   CITV   BAND
The members of the above met for
Hi-'ir usual practice Thursday evening. At the close of practice a surprise was given to one of the members, W. Miller, who wns invited to
partake nf refreshments, and also to
accept lhe gilt of a gold chain ami
locket, which were tendered ns a
token of the esteem in which he was
held hy Hie club, and to receive expressions limb of congratulation and
regret—congratulations ou his approaching wedding—and regret at his
having to leave Oruuhrook (or Scotland, where he will stay (or sumo
time. B. H. Short, leader,' made the
presentation on behalf the lhc ham!.
In response to a call Inr s| ch, Mr.
Miller thanked the hand (or their appreciation o( bim, and declared that
he would he awav about three
months, when he doped he would
again he in Cranbrook.
1.0. 0. F. G1MNU L0PCE
l.la..ry llickenhottiam: retiir.nc.l- Wednesday Irom Naiiainto, -where he al-
tendad the I. O. 0. V. Grand Lodge
session. Mr. Illckenbnfli.-i,' reports a
splendid lime- nnd-one - ol- tinniest
sessions ever beld.of the. grand lodge.'
V. K. Simpson presided as grand
master, an.) Hie tollnwing officers
were elected: Grand master, Thomas
Kmhleton,.of. Rossi., nd;. Deputy U-r.in.1
.Master, II. T. Fulton, nl. Ladysinith,
Orand Warden, Wallace Law, ot Van-
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it looks on you, or in other words, the way the Suit makes you look (note
the press comments on Sir Wilfrid Laurier over 'ome), is the difference
between success and failure. First impressions go a long way with
strangers. Be careful of that first impression, and one way to exercise
that care is to wear a " 20th Century " Suit of Clothes.
YOU CAN PROCURE THIS LINE ONLY FROM
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CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
iniivi-1, Grand .Secretary, end Havre i.f Victoria; ilrnitd Treasurer, v..
I,   Weber,' New   Westmlnsleri tln.ml
Representatives,   II.    II.   Ollly,   ol Nn-
11,11  anil   ll.   I'i. MoKc.'lo ol New
Wt-sl minster. The lollowlng ...lic.-rs
wen- appointed: Grand .Marshal, (i.
II   Norllicy,    "I   fan.borne;     Grand
c iinitir, K.    .1.  Smyth, ol Moyie;
.; <i Guardian, ll. fooks, of Amis-
si/.; Grand llcrnld, T, Armstrong, "I
l'li..i-iiiv. Grand Chaplain, Rev. 10. G.
Millet, nf Victoria.
Tin- citizens of Nnnni.no were Ims-
pilittlil.- in the extreme. The visitors
were given a hoal li.li' around llie
islands of tl.e sound, Ihe Iteliektihs
gave .... 1'iiU'rtttilinieitt Tuesday evi-n-
ilig. irlttTon Wednesday .'Veiling a li.ni-
.1.1. f u'tts given whieh was attended
hy over 2(10 guests.
CRESTON IN UNE
The lown of Creston, which has
progressed so rapidly iu the pust
three years, has decided to hold a
grand celebration on Dominion day,
and as an cv deuce ol their prosperity have raised SIimhi lo be given ill
prizes. Creston is an ideal place for
ah outing aud au excellent program
lias been prepared for lhe occasion,
including racing and all kinds of
athletic ami Caledonian sports anil A
grand ball game between lhe Creston
nine and an Idaho loam. That tbe
celebration will be a big success, goes
without saying.
THE LIBRARY CONTEST
I During Hit* pnsl week in-
Iciisc iulelesl  bas been al'nus.-d in llu;
library contest, and since Hie last
count there was a tolnl vole cast of
WJ-8IUI, of which ihe bus
pitat received fJ5,8.t2;       the
Kagle.s a.Vil.l and K. IV A-     Odd
Hollows ball rum,    making Hie total
vote up lo    noon, of .Iiiiic III. as follows:
I. O. O.  l-\ iV  K. of I'.  Iliill .lill.SS!)
V.  O.   K fil,K7l
St.  Kugene hospital  Iin,l7li
Public schools        r>»
Presbyterian S. S       I'i
The con-lost will close Kriday night,
■lune        21,     when       Ihe drug
store closes and it is
suggested that, owing to the iti—
leret manifesied, Ibe three leading
ton l est a n I.s should have representatives appointed io lake charge or Hie
ballots ut Ileullie & Atchison's
Saturday morning and make the final
count. All hallnls thai have been
count til up tu date have been preserved at the Herald ollice anil will
be banded over to those in charge of
Hie final count, so llial Ihey will be
able lo certify to Iiu; correctness of
the same.
quickly responded. The fire was in
the hack room and garret, and was
[quicklj extinguished, but not before
considerable damage bad been done to
the furnishings and house by water.
About 7 o'clock last evening a not tier alarm was sounded from the residence of M, II. King, A blaze wus
discovered iu the room iu lhc stable
occupied hy the hosier, caused, it is
presumed, t.) a llghlcil oiiilcli being
dropped in the wood box containing
paper.     The damage  was slight.
TWO FIRES
n-stertlay    after ii. alarm o|
lire was turned in Iron, the residence
ol W.    I'ettet,   and the department
I'KAMIIIni.K  LAND IHS'l'Kli'T
IHSTIilCT ill-' KOOTCNAY
T.il.i- in.lice     Hnil ll.iles lllngslon
Itoss, i.f   Kile nit, ll. c, Lumber
in..ti, ngenl   for Ihe   llnss-Saskaluoit
.......Ii.-r ('tnnpiiti),   Limited, intends
In apply for ti sfii-ci.il lin.her license
.nit- ilni (.,II.living il,-scribed lands:     |
I'oniiiii'iiciiig at a post planti-d HI
t-lt.iil.s snulli of lit,, iiniili-wcst eor.u-r
..! Timber License No. uus I, Wienee
ivesl In elinlns, tlience south -II. chains,
ttit-nci- west St. ehains, tlience south
III elfins, llii-iii-i: east 120 chains, I
Ihence   north SI.    ehains to point of '
<- n.uncctnelit,   and    containing tilt.
acres, ...ore or less.
It.iss-S.'iskal.a,..     Lumber   Conipanv,
Limited.
Per Mali's llingstoi. Hoss, Its Agent.
Dated .lune Kill, I.III7. Ll-lit.
IN TIIK SIIPIIKMK I'l.lHT I IK
TIIK NOItTIIWKST TKItltlT.Hl-
IKS JUDICIAL DISTIil. r ..I'
WKSTKItN ASSIMII.HA
IN   TIIK   MATTKII    lit' TIM-: KM-
TATK Ot' WILLIAM II   IIAILKV
IIKCKASKII
I'uiMi.iiit  l<. Ibe order nl lhc linn
limbic Mr.    .lustice   Nowlawls, il.ii.d
lhe  .Seventeen,   .lay nl   .lull.., A. D
111(17, creditors ol   lhe shove ..nn.nl
estate    are   reoitircd   tu    llie their
claims agalnsl  Ihe said eni-tiite with
lhe   undersigned, al    iln- city ol 11.--
ginn, in the    Province ol Siisltulel.e-
wtin, .... nr before the    Kllleenll. day
of .September, A. D. IIHI7, ve. il.nl l.v
Statutory    Dts-laralt.... ..ml wilh    a
statement nt    the seau-liics, if nny,
held hy them.
Creditors failing to ill,. | n.-ir
elaims by the alum, dale w.ll nol In-
.-..tilled lo share in Iln. illst.H...IInn
nl lhe said estate.
.Lines, Gordon A Bryant,
Ailv.a-al.-s lor the Adminlsli'ntnr,
Haled at llegil.a, Ihis Klgl.lei-I.il.
day ol .lune, A. I). 11107. IS-lt
FOR   RENT-Five   room cottage. I
Apply E. 0. Shacklotoa. (4t* I
WANTKI)
Conies of Herald, Maieh 2Sllt,
11107. The die ol th. paper lor that
date was overlooked. Anyone having
a copy will confer a favor by sending
it to thlt office, TIIK   ''ItANUItOOK.   II Kit ALU
A Few Shares Still for Sale in the
THE CRANBROOK FIRE-BRICK AND
TERRA COTTA COMPANY, LIMITED
• -■■■■■■-■■<MWW«MBWWWMiSRR**W«M-WNW^
One Dollar per share, par value
Will commence to bake within Fifteen Days and Delivery will immediately
follow.    Firebrick will be made within Thirty Days.
BEALE & ELWELL    =    =    =    Official Brokers
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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• i
!!   «g"    First of the Season   *m
THE O. J. WIGEN
I STRAWBERRIES
ARK BETTER   THAN EVER THIS  YEAR
They c.\n be procured at
ii G. T. Rogers
|-.,iif, .....I Staple It.
limit i... L.-i v. Mitts.
11....'8.V   St.,.,..      I ',,..
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I STRAWBERRIES
NOW ON THE MARKET
WIGEN'S CELEBRATED
||0ll.l,|llllllBI« lot
Pmnlimnki
(I. T. ROGERS
an.l 	
FINK MERCANTILE
CO., lid.
I   \ 111 KS wisltiin; In p.-fsi-rv.' tin-
| .   lineal o[ tiuit bIiouIiI ,1,. so
Between Ihe lirsi mid lhc
liiKhlh of July
II' v..ur I.I-.I.T fur   nresnrving  is
Hivt.1.   in   to uuv ot   tlio   nlmve-
1....1..-.I linns be.i,re July 1st, gliell
...-.Ii-im til' promptly titrwiti-.li-il  tu
in. t will luivo s|..'i-iiil ntli-iitiot......I
i-vi-ri l..-i-iv '-'.tiiit-tiiii.'.sl.
ii 0. J. WIQEN, Wynndel, B. C.
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PIPES
I   Afl  THE   MAN
THAT SELLS
B. B. B.
PIPES
S. J. MIGHTON
THE  TOBACCONIST
M. I>. Bogle
r-'rliliiy last.
was up   fiottt l-'i-rnie
LOCAL  NOTES
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New an.I Strictly l-'irst-l'lnss TELEPHONE 2U8II     '•
Aiu.'.-i.'.... I'lnii. $2.50 iim- ilny tip • I
t   HOTEL ST. FRANCIS ii
- * ...
Chas, Haiitnhv, Propriotor.
Opposite C. I'. It. Slatioti
Vancouver, B. C. ;;
PICKED UP    ABOl'T   TIIK (MTV
BY ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Judge Wilson spi.nl a few ilnys with
liis family nt Nelson Lhe past wock,
WANTED-OIrl tor general house
work.     Apply Mrs. Tims. OUI.   13-tI
Wm. Lnwson, nf Moyie, wns in
town a couple *»I divys ihis week.
Be sun* nml wnleh your hack iloor
during the circus parade Monday
next.
It. E. T.iylm came down Irom
Kimberley Monday .md went west on
Tni'sil.iy'.s train.
It. Campbell, of Mi.yit'. wns Ii,ius-
acting business In Crnnbrook „ eouplo
of ilnys  Ihis  week.
HOUSE TO LET. Apply to 0. T.
Rogers' store. 10
Rev. Flcwclllng returned home
Saturday lasl iifii'r a (.tending thu
Angllean Synod at Vernon.
".lack" McDonald, of Marysville,
was transacting business in Cranlirook the first of the week
Mrs. Lester Clapp and children are
spending the week ai Crcston, lhe
guests of Mrs. Oeo. Mead.
Leave it. Io us. You will get a
preparation thnt will keen your teeth
like poarls.-C. E. Beld -V Co.
"Bobby" Alkens has charge of S,
.1. Mighton's tobacco store during tlie
tatter's absence from the city.
I'lilil further notice— Ashcrott pota-
tocs Sl.ftO per I nil pounds at Fink
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Mrs. .lohn Neilson and Misses Ne.il-
roii will hi* al homo tl"' lirst Wednesday nnd Thursday ol each mouth.
LOST—Lady's brown kid glove on
Armstrong avenue. Finder please
leave at post ollice. 12
M. A. Beale, of the firm of Beale >V
Klwell, left the first ol the week lor
a three months visit in England.
Just received a full assortment of
Lowuey's Iloii-Bons, Thev arc the
l-.-sl  what is.—"The Palm.'"
C. (i. Larson and Albert Fredericks
were down fiom Wyeliffe Saturday.
Aslicroft     potatoes     $1.50 per 100
pounds at Kink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
J. P. Finv and family spenl Sunday
Inst at P.   Mi-Conni-ll's Islam) hotel,
Waldo,
(I. II. Hales, of Crows Nest, was
transoctlng business in Cranhrook
Saturday^
Ashnnft potatoes reduced to $1.50
per ltnj pounds at Fluk Mercantile
Co., Ltd.
M. T. McLaughlin, ol Marysville.
was registered at the Royal hotel
Friday last.
I., E. Crosby ami 11. Grant, of
WyctitTe, wore registered al the Itoyal
hotel Friday last.
A limited quantity ol Aslicroft
potatoes $1.50 per loo pounds ut
Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Why not get a Maycock Patent Re-
trigeralor Pan and slop sweating und
hopping of water in provisions? 13tf
While tbey last—Asheroft potatoes
$1,50 per loo pounds at- Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
J. Clayton was down from
Marysville a few hours last week getting a breath of metropolitan air.
AH. Krickson and Harry Robi-
mud, engineer and conductor of the
mis Staples log train, .spent Sunday
In Cranhrook,
E.     A.  Hill     was up from  Moyie
Saturday last  attending the regular
ami of the license commission of
Crnnbrook district.
Where do you get your looth powder ami brush. Our selection is of
the best.—C. K. Reid & Co.
A. Modigh left Tuesday for Franklin, it. {'., where be goes to do the
.ississiiieni wink on his claims near
lhat place.
Tbreo candidates were initialed into
ihe mysteries of the order al lhe regular "session of Key City Lodge, No.
\2, I. O. (). F. Monday nighl-
Mrs. W. K. Werdeii ami little
daughter Helen left last week lor uu
ex tended visil with relatives und
11-ii-lids at  Ittaeksluck, Out.
lllll*& Co, are always on tho alert
for njore business and last week secured the con true I for the furnishing
of lhe complete out Hi of furniture for
the new opera house.
Have you tried our maple walnut
randies.—"The Palm."
The license commissioners of the
clly of Cranhrook held their regular
session nn Friday last nnd renewed
the licenses of tlie different hotels
for another six months.
J. Nunii, city clerk of Fernie, passed through Cranhrook Sunday last,
ou his way to Nelson, where he goes
i>n business connected jj-Mh the securing of another school for Fernie.
WANTED—A* waitress, at Creston
hotel, Creston, B. C. Apply at
Iml id or t-bls office. 8-tf
Mrs. J. B. Henderson and baby left
Saliirdav last Tor a three months
visit In England and Scotland. Mr.
Henderson accompanied ihctn as far
its Medicine Hat, returning home
Monday.
I
FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, 25c. lb.
DAIRY BUTTER, 25c. per lb.
Better Flavor, Better Butter than Creamery
FRESH EGGS, 20c. per dozen
Strictly  Fresh
POTATOES, 45c. per Bushel
5o..nd and Mealy
We ship these direct
to the consumer.
We guarantee quality and packing.
Butler held by us in
cold   storage  and
: *******   hy relii-
gerator car.
Cash with order or
C. O. D.
A. URQUHART & CO., Lacombe, Alta.
'Andy"   Johnson    was up     from
Moyie several days lust week.
Don't     overlook our   home     made
ndy.     Fresh daily.—"The Palm."
Mrs. 0. T. Rogers will he glad to
bave the names ol six young ladies
for a medal contest in July.
Mrs. James McNeill and baby returned Monday from their visit lo
Sun Francisco ami other coast points.
Again we have something new.
This time its tlie Toledo Ideal
Square Steam Cooker. Its the
pitched savings bunki.—Patmore Bros.
P. F. Johnson, ol Moyie, wus
transacting business in the metropolis of South East Kootenay Friday
lust.
Patmore Bros, extend an Invitation
to nil the Indies of Cranbrook to call
and inspect the new Toledo Steam
cookers.
Oeo. Cartwright, of the Creston
Lumber a Manufacturing company,
spent Sunday witb his family in
Cranbrook.
We are making a specialty of teelh
cleaning preparation this week.—O.
E. Reid A Co.
. Chus. Armstrong was greeting his
many Cranbrook friends Friday last.
Air. Armstrong is again engaged in
the hotel business at Moylc.
Mrs. J. D. McBride, who has been
confined to her room through sicUiess
lhe past week, is slowly improving.
Miss Taiinis Reid and Miss Kdith
MeBride, who have lieen attending
college ut New Westminster the past
year, relumed home this week for the
summer vacation.
Lost—A hoy's raincoat, dark, near
the Mission. Finder please leave al
Ibe Kink Mercantile company's store.
A cook hook given away with each
Tolmlo Steam cooker. Food is much
better cooked by steam. This cooker
will save you money.—Patmore Bros.
Dressmaking done bv the duy. Apply lo P. 0. Box 78*1, Cranhrook, or
ai rooms over Mc La tu's second-hand
store, Hanson avenue. 13-tf
Miss Stamp, who has heen enjoying
a Well-earned vacation in Manitoba,
returned home Momlay and has again
resumed her duties at Beale &. Klwell s  real estate office.
Rev. W.     E, Jones, who (or some
time Ims been stationed at   Creston, I
left this week for   New Westminster,
where he  will   be    stationed for tbe
next year. .
Mrs.     R, A.        Fruzer,     Miss
Lillian Tannhauser and J. J, Mc-
Dniiell were at Foi t Steele W*dncs-j
day attending the Slnplcs-Tannliauser-
weddlng.
Mrs.  A.  W.  McVittie and children
passed  through Cranbrook last week
en route lo Nelson, where they have j
again taken a     cottage fm   llie summer .
II. Ilicketibotham    returned ycster-1
day   from   lhe coast.        Mi. Ilicken-
boibam had heen attending tbe 1. o.
O. K. Grand Lodge at  Naiiaitno und
reports a very pleasant time.
MILCH COWS FOR SALE-A11'
kinds and at prices that will make
tbem good Investments. O. P. Tisdale. 8-tl
Alex. St. Klois was up from Jaf-
tray the lirst of the week assisting'.
bis family in moving to that town,,.
where ihey will reside in future. Mi.j
Si, Elofs has charge of the logging
train of tbe Kast Kootenay Lumlier;!
company at Juffray.
Patmore Bros, have just received a
shipment ol the Toledo Square Steam,
Cookers. This is a great Improve-'
ment over lhe old style round cooler, lis a greal fuel saver, us you'
can cook a meal for fifteen people
over one burner of a gasoline or oil
stove, A cook book dee with each'
cooker.
George Smith, lhe poj-uUi bandy
man of tbe Cranbrool. hotel, who bas
1, en confined to St. Eugene bospilal
tbe past iwo weeks, was able to be
a'lOUt  this   week.
Messrs    White and    Clapp, ol Fernie, who had been attending tbe
Sion of the Odd Fellows Grand J...:
al     Nanainio,   passed through I i
h --ok Tuesday en route home.
J. c.    Newmarch, ol tbe Canad
Rank of Commerce staff, returned lo
Cnanhrook the tiist of the week *fu*i
s.-emliiii- a pleasant vacation ajt   the
coast.
FESTIVAL!    FESTIVAL I
Straw herriei at..I Cream
lee ire-iii KefrdshmenU
A CONVERSAZIONE
will to held at
Th* Hectory < I round*
nn
Thursday Evening,
JUNE 27th
Aitiiii-fioh to the Grounds
FREE
Good M usle 1 Good Strawberries'
1 it md Cream !
Flrtil GliMA HeffWhiueiilfl
COME ONK!       COME ALL! TUB   CRANBROOK   HERALD
r
Ilif   News of the District
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Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned trom Newspapers
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[ELKO AND TOBAC
CO PLAINS
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(Krom our ow.. correS|ioudent.)
.    ,.,..r o-.li-     ..1 Italian soli'i-me..
.,',, i"    BS « ,.,„„.......>>".
Kmv Vot-k awl    will be working   on
ttaGrSt Nortlwrn roadtad belireeti
MIL... and Baylies Lake.
you would liave
IH. u.lto Ollli'.s  J
thi'iii do uuto you.
W, It. McKay. James
lamily, »«« ''"""" l
»«k.
M..i |.l.v
IMl.t.'S
.....I
tills
tho l»s 1»
resiling    tr-
rto.1,
v.-li-l
lilko
K. II. Hawtltorue
ir.iiui   and   evi-i-ii-
to God." _	
People    who live   in   glass houses
should pull down the curtains.
il steam
. picadels
P. U.
Soo-Spok
Mike    McCarthy's   gang
Bhovel experts and   gravul
aie in Elko   putting the
track in condition tor tne
une mile a minute trains.
A treat deal     of the time ol   the
who come to Elkio   from
-ek end goes to w
young men
Ferule every we
Mrs. and Miss Field were Klko visitors this week from Klkmouth.
Push u good thing ulong by gelttng
home ol your friends to spend u
lew weeks in Klko. the summer resort ol South  East  Kootenay.
Messrs. Tomklus and Cameron, oi
Calgary und Okotoks respeettvelj
shlpped two car loads of horses Iron
Tobacco Plains this week north o
Calgary. __
Rod McDonald aud a parly of Will*
tonlaiis    from Cranhrook are camped
nl, Slap Jack Falls,  Rock creek
John Molt, ol the Hoffman House
Klko, says you always see a good
looking glass and a good looking
l_*,s pretty charming.
George Scott came in from the hi;
red apple count ly and went up t<
Cranbrook.
Parties are g'dng into the Flathead
country viu Roosvilie, 'Tobacco
Plains. Fred Roo, jr., is in charge
of the pack train for a big Spokane
outfit who expect to ilo considerable
work in there this summer.
It may be all right to draw to one
king in England. But it's poor policy in Elko.
A young man owning several copper properties near Klko aud 320
aires- of fruit land near Hoosville
would like to marry a handsome
culture*!, good ua lured, affectionate
lady, between 'iti and 40 years of
age with $500,(100,00 in her
right which she will settle on her
husband or give guarantee that sin
will use one half the amount in the
development of the above property.
Address this ollice. Triflers save
-.lumps.
Albert Mutz, the Kootcuay brewer,
was iu Elko this week. The brewing
eompany is doubling the capacity of
the Elk hotel und Dighy & Waldy
have the contract for the work and
have a big stuff of workmen ou
building at the present time.
M. Robson, of Regina, was in town
this week buying up toothpicks, mine
props, piling uml all kinds of lumber
'•m the nearby factories.
Alex.    McQuuig wus
people in Elko
euer.
Mr. Neelands, of Nelson, was a
Roosvilie visitor this week.
Fred Roo, sr., spent several days
ul Roosvilie last week, where so
many people are outlining for the
Flathead country.
Mr. Pearson, "The Potter Palmer"
of .faffray, was an Klko visitor Monday.
The much sought for "Dan" is still
nut of sight, and the reward still
holds good. "Danny, dear Danny,
mine home to ine now."
It is said that beauty will kindle
love us it might also he said that in
Oil cases it takes considerable cash
lo keep it ablaze.
Some people have so much trouble
in this life that it will take them a
month to get over the blues after
they get to heaven.
A hand ot Indian rough riders were
In Klko from Tobacco Plains Re
serve looking lor a horse race with
the local turf men.
Society in Klko is quite lively now
ami will no doubt continue so f.u
the rest of the summer.
"Bud," said his mother, "when
that boy threw stones at you why
didn't yon come and call me."
"Call you," replied Bud in tones of
disgust. "Why, you couldn't hit a
barn door."
Many a true word Is spoken in
Jest, and many a false str. lenient is
made in deadly earnest.
Mrs. Bowser, or Cranhrook, was In
Elko Monday buying buffalo hides,
tomukawks, Indian curios uud art
souvenirs.
The Klko baseball team reorganized Monday, the twirlers having returned to    town.    Jack Guest,   tin
visiting   his
Sunday from Kitch-
froiu his sickness and is iu fine lorm
again. Roy Hohev, the -star of the
luh. and champion heavy hitter, will
n  is expected, be captain again ibis
holiday-
Edward
l>. Kink ;.
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Iv 1
t    Mr.'...,
.1 hotel,
ell'
'...
placid   waters    ol tbe lake aud
picturesque kopjes surrounding it.
llaiold Attwood left Wednesday lor
San Francisco, where In* Intends
making his future home.
.lohn SI one was brought into Elko
from Hoosville with a broken arm
tills week, Stone was one of the
tii-i hrnkemen on llu* C. P. R, Crows
Nest eoustiUCllOli ami Ts well known
in Cranhrook.
Al .i     card party a lew nights ago
there   happened to be n lady with a
vei v  strong     view on     temperance,
whom a slrny    remark hud prompted
enlarge     upon the evils of inloxi-
llng liquors, growing mote empba-
-  ns   she      proceeded  she  wound up
th;       "I  wish all  tin* drink were iu
hades."     "I    expect those who   are
there agree     with yon," said au un-
regenernte.
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(From our   own   correspondent.)
It. II. Bohart wus in Fernie on
liusiiiess Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. und Mrs. Otto Wisuer spent
Just Sunday visiting Klko (riends.
Robert Gray was a Cranbrook visitor Saturday.
Mr. Stafford and family left lown
ihis week, and afler spending a few
days visiting friemls in Cranhrook
they will move their household ef-
eels to Golden, B. C, where they
will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. McKihhcii moved this
week into one of the new cottages on
('u.ility hill.
I, ll. Willson, c. P. it. agent, relumed from Winnipeg last Sunday.
Mr. Willson reports everything booming iu the prairie province.
Nothing has been done towards tin
rebuilding of the Wardner hotel, as
ii is impossible to secure the necessary materials ut the present time.
A valuable horse belonging to the
Crows Nest Pass Lumlier company,
had bis lei: badly cut on Sunday
morning last.
W.
p., i.l
last.
F.
Gurd, lawyer, Cranbroonk,
a short  visit on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. P. Lund drove up t.
Marysville on Sunday last to visit
Mi. and Mrs. Feagan. Mrs. Lund
relumed home on Tuesday evening.
George Gunn   spent Saturday
Sunday  toning up in Klko.
Mr.     Burgess spent
Crnnbrook.
and
Sunday
I.eita     McLeod  is
in iti tuck of measles.
•covering from
Dan     Minimi* i.s
with rheumatism,
on the   siek list
hells will ring lu this vi-
Wedding
vlnity soon
Mrs.    Donahoe, . who recently lost
her dwelling hy lire, has moved Into
tbe bouse lately occupied by Mr. ami
Mrs. Alex. Sutherland.
Jas. Brown and Jno. Ryan were
Cranhrook  visitors Sat unlay.
Mrs . Alex. Sutherland and children Robert, und Maragret, left last
week for the coast where Mrs. Sutherland will visit ut her old home.
C, St. Jacques was not able to
accompany the survey party of the
Crows Nest Pass Lumber company
ihis week on neenunl ol au attack ol
rheumatism.
Mrs. 11. Darling left here on Wednesday last lor Ctarcsbolin, Alta.
where she will spend u couple of
weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs
Barclay aud sister, before returning
to her home al Cam rose, Alta.
The many friends nf Mr. Inuselmnn
will be very sorry to hear that he
has been very ill the past few davs,
and at the time of writing he has Improved slightly
It.    II.
Monday i
Bohart     w
it business.
in   Moyie on
Mrs.  Jas, Brown
Cranhrook  visitors
und children
Saturday.
A. J. Bates, of the Ames Hidden
company, or Montreal, called on
friends in town on Wednesday.
Lou V
titer an .mi.i.l
able to he out, again
of mumps.
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I MOYIE X
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(From the Muvn Leader.)
Born—On Thursday In Dr. uud Mrs.
Harvey, a son.
Thomas Tiirley,
made a "suitable"
ihis week,
of    Craubrook,
visit to    Moyie
Harry Stuart, foreman at the
concentrator, is visiting his family at
Spokane.
Mrs. A. McFurland left Wednesday
for Spokane, to visit her sister who
is sick in that city.
J. S. MncEuchnraii Is making manv
mprovements around his residence on
Knob hill. Ere the summer is past
e will have Ihe finest lawn in town,
nt I  the location of the house   corn-
Mis:
nell,
their
week.
. Sarah and Miss Sadie O'Dou-
.1 Huite, Montana, ate visiting
uncle,    .lohn   O'Doiiell,       this
Mis. >l. S.  McKucherii and children
returned   Thursday    after a   week's
isil   io SpoUine.
Everybody   was     happy Momlay.
Twas payday  at   ihe    St. Eugeue.
IV      eompany    disbursed $33,000
mougsl its employes.
The funeral service was held In the
Presbyterian church. A large number of sorrowing friends followed tbe
remains to the grave. Tbe deceased
Wits a miner, IB years of age.
Miss Mildred Rut tnn is teaching
Division -I, of the Fernie public
school, for the remainder of the present   term.
A colony of heaver are busily     ut
woik on a    backwater near the Elk
the  Lumber    company's    camp  No. 4 at
j Hosmer.     It  is contrary to law to
I molest  these animals   at  the present
time    und tlie   creatures, while   far
from tame, mav he approached quite
closely if a  little care Is used.    The
sharp --smack" of Iheir paddle tall as
Ihey sound a warning note while diving' for safety  may  he heard  lot' half
a  mile on u calm dav.     Thev    maki
belter lumberjacks   than the Hindu,
but are scarcely as readily domes tl
eated.
A   boilel
rrlved  Mondav for    the
Hack-McKay
submarine   mine.    Tht
iigine ami ci
mpn-ssor  plant  will ai>
ive in a da>
or two.
Gordon Moiikimuse and bride returned Wednesday, utter spending a
very pleasant Ijdlicymoon trip at Nt*l-
iOii and other places.
The genlnl Paddy Walsh left on
Ihursddv to visit his old home in
Toronto, where they use farthings
iml haled hay a.s a medium of ex-
-linage.
Jim Henderson, of Craubrook, who
tell the   difference between     a
Mrs. Beaver. Ibe mother ol the
little Kill who lost a teg and part
of ii hand in the railway yards lu-n*
a s-hoi t time ngo, died at her homo
across the tracks ibis morning.   She
I li.iil been unwell for some time ami
during the last few davs was eontiiied
to her bed, wilh cirrhosis of the
| liver.     Mrs.     Beaver  wns a   widow,
I hei husband having lost his life in lhe
hit* explosion at Coal Creek. Sim
leave:- i large familv of children only
.one of whom is old 'enough to work,
jibe circumstances of the ease are
most pitiable and "licit lhe mosl
profound sympathy from the whole
community,
tarn sandwich, wus
at beautiful Moyie
ail road tie ami a
aking a rubber
iVediiesday.
Editor Smyth, of Moyie, and
Editor Simpson, of Crnnbrook, lefl
•tumlay for Naiiaimo to attend annual session of Grand Lodge, I. 0. O.
V. Through tbe kindness of Hie C.
I*. It. these gentlemen did not walk,
rhey were furnished transportation.
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| FERNIE I
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(From The Ferine Free Press.)
MINK DEVELOPMENT
The development work on the coal
'earn to he opened this spring by the
Coal company, is going on apace. No.
ll, the lirst seam to be opened, ut
ihe Rock cut has now almost (Kissed
Llie stage of a prospect and cau now
aspire to the lit'le of a mine. The
M. F. iv. M. railway has had u large
£ung ol men at work at lhc Rock cut
lor the pasi week or ten days and
Dan Willis reports that hy next .Monday the main line will have been
moved to its new position 'near the
creek and grading commenced for the
side-true-.- to handle the curs for the
new mines. A coal chute will be
built at the entrance of No. 11 ami
the coal dumped from ihe mine curs
directly to tin- railway cars. In the
prospects further up the truck towards Coul Creek, Mr. Spencer expects to si like the seam any day
now, aud the new sidetrack will- be
installed sn as tn handle the output
of this mine as well us the lower
one. At Coul Creek No. B prospect
is now in seven feel of eoal and a
fan entry has been started, the coal iu
ibis prospect is clean, bright eoal,
ol u high calorillc power and cokes
well. The track bus been laid along
the grade from the tipple and development will be pushed as quickly us
possible. All the prospects nre ou
double shift now und every effort is
heiiii: made lo push things. Small
funs have been installed ut both the
Rocki Cut and No. ti mines, of the
hand power type but so far no gas
bus been found in the Rock Cut, um)
only a very small quantity iu No. lit).
The present output of No. 11 runs
from 27a tons to 3(ill tons u week nnd
it is ex|ieeted that by October the
otiiput will bave reached 2aii tons
per day. Tbe haulage in this mine
will he a very simple matter, us the
seam lies iu un almost vertical position uud all the coal will he mined
into chutes from the rooms. These
will extern! to the train haulage
way where each clinic will be supplied
with a ga'te.
The chutes will always be kept
tilled with coul as far us is practicable to prevent wreckage in running
aud the cars will all to handled in
this way along the road, two men
and one horse probably being able to
handle the output tor some time to
come.
GONE TO TIIE COAST
Harvey G. Watson, formerly editor
of lhe Fernie Free Press, and Mrs.
Watson left on Tuesday morning on
an extended tout through Kootenay
uud Yale, after which tbey will make
iheir new home in Vancouver. Among
»ther points they will visit Mr. Wat-
inn's early home in the Qkanngui),
where, iu his salad days, he taught
the incipient hoiticulturalist ami Ibe
stolid papoosoon to lind tbe Highest
Common Divisor. Mr. Watson was
editor of this paper during one of
Ibe most difficult and trying periods
lhat a newspaper could experience.
What wilh tires and strikes .to cripple
tbe nuances of the establishment aud
ivic uml Industrial dissensions ngi-
uting and sometimes clouding the
public mind if was no Insignificant
accomplishment to pilot the Free
Press through the journalistic sea for
the past- few years. To sav Unit hn
lid so successfully is no 'mean tribute to Mr. Watson's ability.
. D. McNab, tbe lumberman, ol
Waldo, transacted business in Fernie
ou Thursday.
O. G. S. Lindsey, Mrs. Lindsey
uml Jus. McEvoy left Tor Toronto on
Thursday evening. Messrs. Lindsey
and McEvoy go to lay plans for extended development of opera t Ions
here before the directors of tho
Crows Nest Pass Coal company.
They will return In a fortnight.
C. P. R. telegraph
been transferred   to
Chas. Wicket I,
operator,    has
Cranhrook.
lames   Jennings, n|    West Feruie,
who died of rheumatic fever on June
(From The Fernie Ledger.)
HOSMER IS HAPPY
I'he private cur Lethbridge came iu
from the east Tuesday afternoon attached lo the west hound local, it
was dropped ml at Hosmer hy the
west bound express, giving the occupants an hour or so to look over
the coul operations at that place,
Mr. Matthews, president ot t|)o
Consolidated Mining {* Smelting eompanv, accompanied by Mrs. Matthews,
the Misses Matthews, W. II. Aldridgt-
auil Superintendent Brown, were passengers on lhe "Lethbridge," aud
thev were all delighted wilh the work
at the big tunnel. Mr. Brown was
glad to show them his newly-found
seam of coal, nearly 400 feet nearer
the entrance of the tunnel than ho
had expected to find it. This seam
is 21 teet in thickness and stands al
.in angle of li" degrees off the horizontal.
The first nine feet of Ihis eoal is of
llie llpest quality, nnd lhc ii-ittiiimlor
is of nu excellent quality of soft
steaming coal.
This great   vein is al t  1200 te
from the oilier entrance, and was not
looked for, as it does not crop out a1
the surface.
The face of the tunnel will be stead
lly pushed during the next year t«
tlie full 3,U.IU feel at fust determined
upon, and net mil coal mining will
begin until the tunnel has been e
pleted.
Mr. Brown is feeling good over the
unexpected lind, and bis enthusiasm
was easily transmitted to his superiors when Ihev saw the results so far
attained.
Manager Lewis Slocked accompanied llie party from Coleman to Hosmer, bul had to return to join tho
commission, oi which he is .< member
and which has heen silting at Flank
and Coleman during the week.
PASSED WITH HONORS
W. A. Bleasdell, son of ex-Mayoi
Blensdell, hits passed his second yen
examination at McGlll medical col
lege, and eaine out with Hying colors.
In some subjects, physical chemistry
one of them, he received Ihe full ered-
il of inn. This is very gratifying to
his many friends, aud he goes into his
next year's studies with one of Iho
best records iu the class. Mr
Blensdell will spend the summer in
Montreal and resume his studies in
McGlll at the end of the vacation,
Miss Henderson, who has been vis
hint* her sister, Mrs. Win. Keay, left
for ber home in Edmonton Thursday
evening.
Milt Kastner left for Vancouver
Monday on ;i trip in which he intends
to mingle n little pleasure with a
good deal of business.
Last week the Ledger made a mistake in slating that Constable Cox,
of Coal Creek, hud treen mude assistant to Chief Sampson. Constable Parks was the man appointed
to that post, and Is nsslstlng Chiel
Sampson in keeping the city in at
orderly condition.
Hon 1). W. Hlggins, father of Br
lliggins, who has lieen editing the
Vancouver World, Ims resigned that
position uud will retire from active
journalistic work, hut that does not
menu Unit he will not favor the
people of British Columbia with
occasional literary gem.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Watson left- hy
Tuesday's delayed west hound C.
ft rxpress for Armstrong, on the
Okntmgiin, After a short visit there
they will go to the coast, where they
iMcnd to make their future home.
Mr ami Mrs. Watson have heen cit
/ens of Feruie dining nearly the
whole lifetime nf tbe towu, and leave
many friends behind them.
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I FRANK I
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(From The Frank Paner.)
McCuiloiigh, of    Lundhrcck
lame place the following day. Stilt
another kill was made at II ill crest
the last of the week by Leon Laliet.
Daniel Weslinghouse i:; Bald to have
killed three ai Grassy mountain.
The lite brigade has decided to enter the races and other sporting
events at Coleman Dominion Day,
and the members are practicing
nightly. A petition was circulated
during the week lo secure hinds lo
provide racing sails and other paraphernalia necessary. The Coleman
hoys raised $150 in less than an hour
for the same purpose. Flank ought
certainly to du as well.
Joe Thompson, formerly in charge
of lhe rope haulage system of the
coal company here aud late malinger
of the Lille' hotel, left Saturday for
the coast with liis family, Mr.
Thompson   will go  north    to Prince
Rupeil where he expects lo locale.
Friday evening Mr. Thompson's Lille
friemls gave him a lousing semi oil
aud presented liim w\\\\ nlinudsomo
dressing case, a I'ltig aud a purse.
Mi. Thompson will be' succeeded hy
Mr. FnrquhursDii, fotuieilv manage I
of the Lille sawmill.
A twelve pound boy was born to
Mrs. Jack McDonald this morning.
The pnh-s foi' the governmenl tele
phone lines aie being erected Ihis
week.
George Crilickshnilk has been elected secretary of lhe Frank Board of
Trade lo succeed -1. II. Hi icier.
The Pass Turf association will hold
a big race meet at the Blairmore
track Hit- foiirlli of -Inly. The amount
hung up in purses is to be $(100 aud
ie good events are on the program.
It is announced Ihal the Wuldron
ranch will sell off all lis cattle uud
go oul of the cuttle business. It v:
understood thai a col on Un Hon company will be formed uud the
forty odd thousand acres of laird of
the (ompanv will be cut up into
farms.      This  is   the last   of   Ihe    big
ranches of Southwestern Alberta.
Ali
was before lhe police magistrate at
that place lust week for cutting a
wire fence ol A. Wardman, of Gil-
lingham.    He was lined $5 and costs.
N. I. Harrison has heen transferred
from the Frank office of the P. Burns
company to Cranbrook und is succeeded by W. A. Martin, formerly of
Fernie.
■I. Sursnn, of the Canadian Metal
company, has been in Frank the past
' removing some ol the machinery
the smelter to he taken to the
Blue Bell mine, where a concentrator
is being put in.
The first of the season's bear kills
re reported. At the logging camp
above Lille, Paul Ouillette got a nice
WYCLIEFE NEWS
(Special Correspondence.)
(i. T. Selk, superintendent, nml
master mechanic of lhe Otis Staples
I unihi r caiipiinv of Wyeliffe. has resigned his posilion to accept a like
one with the Columbia Rivet Lumber eompanv, of ({olden, B.C. From
lhe very first of Mr. Selk's stay nt-
Wyeliffe he ims shown himself to ben
practical mill man and mechanic.
During the past winter months he
has made many valuable improvements in the way of remodeling and
improving lhc sawmill ami mnonlncn
(herein ami has raised the cut of tin-
mill over 3D per cent and has made
the Staples mill equal to any mill
of its size in British Columbia,
which has now the capacity of cutting!
110,000 feel of lumber in a ten hour
mu. 'I'hi' machinery comprises oue
double cut iim* hand saw ami n Diamond horizontal resnw. Mr. Selk
has also practically built a new planing mill, which is one of the most up-
lo-dntc planers in the (ountrv, with
a capacity of 150,000 feet in ten
hours. Mr. Selk is a man who holds
the esteem ami respect of his men bv
his good nature, and bis practical
knowledge as a mill mi.ti. The Columbia River Lumber company has
made no mistake in securing the services of such a practical mechanic and
all round mill man as Mr. Selk has
proven himself u. to.
W. It. Htmtty. Fun-mil Oireetm*
Cranliniak It. r. I'l.-.m- Nu.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kind-
of repairing.   Hive me a call.
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Central
Hotel
Marysville;:
j j T. Cole, Manager
J[ Wc uivo 11.'- I'.'st to our pit-
<, Irons in tli.' St. Marys viilloy,
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When You
Come tu the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rockenilorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. U.
Station
$1.00   l*l-K   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
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Library Voting Contest
110 VOLUMES AND OAK CASK
Tliiacl.-iiiini I.llmiry ami Hniulaomi. ense will lie given by vote to
tlm \.oi\no. s.M-i.-ij-. riiiu-i-li...-School iii Cranlirook ..r DUtril sec'iirin«
tl.C I.II'ircal .......I..'.'..I' lull's ill till- l'l,llm. iinj  mill.i.t-r:
'I'li.i ...crcli.i.ils list.-.l Wow will give willi every ton .-.-..l pnrclii.Be
••e viitn,     Tl ontcst Ik-utiiis Pebrnjiry 8th,  llK.7'. iiii.I closes .lune
51st. IIHfJ.     A Imllot hox is pl.ic.il in llcntl.il! iv Ateliiaon's ,l.u^ sion.
where votes nre lo Ih- ilepositwl.     At the close of tin. contest the
Church, School, Sueiuty or Lotluu lmvii.|< lhc lnr>-esl  liter of  voles
it-ill I..- .iw.-iril.-il the Library,    Current ..cconnts wl  promptly pniil
will l.e ent.il!.-.1 to votes.
He Imr  voles  can   only  lie   received by  trading with the
merchants lisle.! Mow.
Hitch week the Herald willnni.oiii.ee the respective standing of
tl.e col.test...its.
CRANBROOK
HILL & CO.TRADING COMPANY
(UiNliKAL
MI-RCHANTS
Campbell & Manning
Oroceries, Fruit, and
Confectionery and
Tobaccos
Flour and Feed
Implements and
Harness  .   .   .
Beattie & Atchison
DRUGS
P. Bums & Co McCALLUM & CO
MEAT MARKET
HARDWARE
A. L. McDERMOT Dezall Bros.
Wine and Spirit Merclunt
B. H. Short & Co.
Painters and Dccoraters
Wall Papers
BLACKSMITHS
The H. C. Livery »tahle
CRANBROOK
Cartage and Transfer Co.
{WarclliiusliiB, Ci.nl
■nil Oil Audit.* - -
McVittie & Uidlaw,
Minino; Rnf-lneers
and Surveyors.
CRANROOK, B. C.
i t i.timtv w ■
THOS. T, HoV'TTlfi, P. L, »,
Drink Home Beer
It Is Pure
It Is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft.,Steele Brewing Co. THE CRANBROOK II Kit A 1.0
FIRST     IRRIGATION     CONVENTION OF WESTERN CANAI.A
Tin- first iriiKtitHni convention cov-
t'lilif. llu' |.n»viln-.'S nf Saskatchewan,
Alberta uihI British Columbia, will
,,|M'i. in Hn. clly ol Cnlgary, .... U.c
lill. day „f July, 1IIU7.
tl    is    gradually dawning on   the
minds «.[   think*..",    |..-..|.k- that   tlie
mosl signiOuant .lt'Vi'ln|iiin'iil lit aKi'i-
I'Ulturi! Hint Wos-tern  Canada bas y,-t
wiiiii-ss.il is tl..' move...cut to utilize
ll..- great .......t.ti.ii. st.-..;.ins in billing
tlm [...-.i.t-r  largely    1*. eliminate the
.'li'iiii'in ..i uncertainly Irom his o|.cr-
iiiions.     Irrigation ciiii'ipiisi-s, i.riv-
utii nnd   corporate, i.,.w    tontploled
.....I actually    under  way in Western
t'iiii.i.la,   comiirlse an    area equal to
i.in--i|ii..rt,-i- i,[   ftii, 'total    irrigated
....-a    i.f   ilir    wlit.lt- ..[   <l.t- United
Slal.'s. and ll.,- tluvolullluiml is as yet
in Ms infauey.    Our moiintatu ranges
f.tlllniti        ......llal      reservoirs     only
aiva.Iiiii- the finishing Innelies ..l skill
.....I lab...   ... save waler s.illi.-..-...   ...
itrigl.lv v-i.81 areas,    in   add.......     1,,
tl.oKi. Mia. are now tn .-....'lie pruvhle.1
Inl  In   .in.   ..........I walcr s..|.|.ly.      \
|....|.ugtll..l.. KU vast and (i.ini-.l.i   with
...It'll  la. lea.-llliii;     interests,  Hint Cillers si, closely Into llie whole |....l.
li'... oi IVesfeni I'aii.ida's colon./n( ion
.....I till....- |ir..s|ie.lly, is „t ih-cjt concern ... every resilient ol    Hie Ureal
We»l   ...id   itll|,.-laliv.'ly      denialuls  111,'
iiii|ieius. constructing guidance ...nI
ll.l.l.ldinu iiillile.icc thai .-.in only lie
filffh.fl. brouglil in l.f.ii through a
sir..uu. iH'i'iin it nrgnniznilou.  Tho
Mullonul IrrlgiiHon   Congress nf   .1.'
I ...hit  Slates  is a.'.-.»li|.lishliii.    this
|inl|i..s.< S....II.  ..I    the I...,-, and    the
lui'.e has doubtless come when a similar limn-.......I should he .i.Ntil.i.cd in
I'.in,, da.
Th;' wln.le question ..I irrigation in
l.iiini.t and sul.-l..uuhl climates is now
belore lhe iiul.li.- in America. Ex-
lierimeiils and   invest ij>alinns are lie-
l.n; conducted    .if v agricultural
colleges and fmhlie e\|.i'iinieiilal st
linns, wilh a view In llcillonstr.lli|>g
Ihal anri.-i.il.nal ,,|ii>ialiiins .-an lie
c.iiii.il nn as si.eeessli.lly under artificial watering in hut..iil climates as
in dry climates, Wliile Hie result nf
wlthhnhlltlg waler in Hie latter is a
liiliil [allure, Hie eltecl nl using water
under humid conditions, one year
will, the other, spells success.
A large .....I inltuenti.il committee
.net at Calgary .... Wednesday, the
3-1 tli ..It., for lhe purpose nf nrrittig-
ing details in connection with the
rinllii-i.ii.inj. entiventinn. The lollowlng gentlemen were present:
Wm. 1'ca.ce, Cnlgnry, W. C. Ri-
cirdo, Vernon, It. C; .loin. Stownrl
Calgary; W. 11. Fnlrflrhl, l,ctl.l.ii.lgc-
.1. S. Dennis. Calgary; 0. I). King'
lh.ymo.itl; .1. It. Wheeler, Cnlgorf
.1. T. Hall. Mi-.lici.ic Hat; I. S fi.
Van Wart, Calgary, M. Woolto,
Cardston; E. I,, Richardson, Cnlgary;
I'. I-'. Harris, Macleod; C. VI. Pclei-
s.m. Calgary.
After a careful discussion, It   was
decided In lix the basis nl rcjir tn-
imii as follows:
Ilis Excellency, the governor general nt Canada.
The liei.teiiii.il governors nl the
provinces nt Hri.isl. Columbia, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
All members nf llie Dominion parliament.
All members nf lhe logishitivc assembly „f ihe provinces nl itritish I'm
hii.ihin, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Tin- deputy heads nl Hie departments ..I agriculture .....I public works
nf the provinces «.t llrilisli Columbia,
Siiskalehewaii and Alberta.
Editors ,.f ngrlcult..nil journals   in
Wi-sier.i Canada.
Two itch-gales eaeh   lor all irrign-
.ui.l irrigation colonization eoto-
DANOEROUS      I.ONO    LEAPING
ANU   lllllll    JUMPING    CONTESTS HY TRAINED
ATHLETES
gaiy aud return and it is expected ami works runs away with another
that these rates will be tbe lowest £1,900,000. The balance ol .he to.al
offered to conventions. fines towards paying lor carriage and
It is respectfully but earnestly urg- wagon repairs, rates and taxes, and
ed thai in the appointment of dele- general charges.
gates persons should be selected who'
are sincerely interested in the objects
>>f and purpose attending the convention, and also Unit the appointments
slu.iil.l lie ...ade at the earliest possible dale. Tin. names aml post of-
h.e addresses nl all delegates should
be sen! tn Hie ..ii.lersigne.1 in order
tl.nl Ihcy may he mailed special information nt Hie earliest possible mm
...en. in regard m railway rales uml
revised programme. Delegates are
advised themselves in communicate
willi lhe undersigned at tho earliest
possible moment and .-very effort, will'
be made to obtain suitable aeeninmo-J
nations In. them, .....I otherwise to
look afler iheir ontcrtnli.mci.l while
... Calgary.
All neiispapeis ami other publications .in- earnestly reqiies-tcil In sin,
lhe widest  possible publicity Ii,    tliis
iilllcinl call and io impress ui Imlt
.t-aileis .lie    la. reaching imporlai.ee
..I u.e im it..-..luui}. convention,
I'.   IV,  I'l'lCIS....,
11............ „!  Committee .... A
lllellls.
irnugo-
..IAKVEI.S III.'
I..
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A
WAY
GREAT    IC -\II.-
ni Hie provinces
. Saskatchewan
of inl
all
pahies operating
Itllllsll   t'nlllllllli.
Albert it.
'I'he Dominion commission
gallon.
Two delegnles ea.-b for
. i.lt.iii.l.     horticultural, fores!.-}' and
live stork  associations  in  Hritisti t'.l
liiiubin, Si.sl.,1 ti'ln-w.iii nnd Alberta.
Two dt-legnles oil. lor all munlcj-
|.al, village and  rural orgnnlzallont.
Tlirec dclegnles each fo. all hoards
ol Had.-, cliiimliers of commerce and
Minlicd organizations.
Kii.- delegates for the Canadian
Society ot Civil Engineers.
Five dclegnles end. f... the Domln
ion and Provlliclnl I.a.iil Sm vcviiis'
Association of III it i-.h Columbia
Saskatchewan .....I   Alberta.
one delegate each lot cxpcrlmcnlnl
nnd demonstration Inrms,
Ml provincial Irrigation commis
sioneis.
Th.-    Dominion   superintendent   of
InresllV.
Ml whn an- Interested in Hie llllli
zntlnn nl lhc grcnl nnturnl resources
..I W.'sicn Cnnntln, extending oui
iiaiiciilliii.il prosperity lo increnslng
the pt.idncls nl lhc Innd, Hills ii.-ni
in.-, grnnlei stnblllly "1 prosperous
conditions, making occupation upon
tin- land nilrurHvc, Ibe conservation
ol ..in forests, Un- extension ..I ...
ifin.iiii.ii.il mule ami commerce and
a wider 1o.owle.tge ..I n grenl ccotto-
mIc mi.vcini-iil which has for iis ul-
Minnie ol.i.rt lhe highest dovclopmenl
..' ..ui Inland empire, ...-,- cordlnllj
Invited I., attend th.' liift Irrigation
convention nf Western Canada.
It is expected that a most Interest-
lin- progrnmmn uili lie carried nnt.
Hcs.ili.HonK .mil papers an- to he sub
mill,.I on ihe following subjects:
Forestry ns applied to Irrigation,
Extension of mh.i-u in connection
wilh irrlgnti  Iinvinu particular re-
li-ience    to gunning of  streams   and
lociitii.ii of reservoir sites
\.-1 ifiiltni.il  ami    borlieiiMiii.il   ev
I ii-iiK  ami    lhe use anil duty   nl
w.ilei on ihe Irrigated farm.
Tin- iniliclii.il .l.weh.l.ineiil follow
Ing ... the wake nt irrigation.
I.iiws   relnling to the use of water
ami ibe ailoiiilist...tit... Ihereot.
I.il    Hi  lliil ,-,1, t'.ililiiihin.
(hi    In   liberie,  .mil Sllskaleliewitn
S.slttl id.ase ..( Un- Irrigation movement.
The eo-l.-latioli ..( irrigation ami
drainage.
Stains of Irrigation In Canada.
I'erniiiiienl organization.
An eltnrt   is   being made to induce
the   following    gentlemen    to  nildless
the eiilivclltion:
'' -f I. tl. Ci.rpenler, director and
|.-f . uf .Irrigation, Colorado Ag-
rlenllurnl college, Fort Collins, Colorado.
I'.nf. F. II. Newell, Director Reck....alien llralich, I'nilnl States llc-
Ifi.inii-iii   ol H...   Interior, IVasbing-
C.
George Day, Cassia County,
ion, ll
Hon.
Idaho.
_ Mr. .lohn Widsloe, superintendent
State Agricultural college, Logan,
I Huh.
Ptot. R. C. nullum, director Experimental Station, Li.liu.ee, Wyoming.
Speciul railroad rales are now being made to apply Ire... all parts ol
the three  Western provinces to Cal-
iinlnn, .1......   H.-Sixty-ono years
»go, when Un, London a..d North.
IVCS Cl-ll railway   can,,. „,.,„ ni!lU.,m
"> ,'"'   ' ■•'"b'laniig ol    tl,,, v.uMuk
nu. ll.rmii.Khi.iu, Grand Junction,
uml .Manchester and ilirnitnghuiu railway companies, iis Llu miles of uer-
........ ut way ...ade it. the largest railway in lhe kingdom. Since thai
liii.c lhc length nt the line has lull cased hy nearly 1,1.110 miles, llm
capital is clnse upon .123,11011,0011,
while lin- cunipuny give employment,
lu Hii.N.'tfi persons,
These figures will give some idea
..I Hie size ami importance ol thu
company, which claims to be lhc
"biggest joint slock corporation la
.In- world," and whose revenue it.
UlOII was jusl over lilleeu and a half
millions sterling,
Tl.e question naturally arises, bow
...any passengers and tons ol goods
entiled arc represented in thai cnor-
ihuus revenue'.' The latter may be
put down roughly at 50,000,000 tons
'fi year, while M.noo.iHio people have
I raveled on the railway in twelve
mouths. To cope with this traffic
over .1,(1(111 engines, nearly 10,1100 carriages, 75,(11.0 wagons, ami seventeen
steal., vessels are employed.
Nowadays, when ihe company have
. regular service of trains running
between Loudon ami Liverpool, and
loins 'be journey ol nearly. 200 mile
in just over three and a ball hours,
it is amusing to read that in the
early days they rather prided themselves ou the tact that it was possible without lhe delay of a night in
Hlrnili.gtinin, lo cover the same dis-
tnnee in fourteen ami throe-fourths
hours. Those were tbe days ol open
carriages, anil because passengers
objected to rubbing shoulders with
hiiuilcnlled prisoners who were being
conveyed between certain prisons,
Un- company provided a special "eon-
vicl carriage truck." Curiously
•bough, we have gone hack soinewbat
...ice those .lavs in this particular
espect, fnr travelling convicts arc
inw ..Hen hiislled into anv third-class
ompnii'menl that is bandy,
lhose raiders who have done any
lung distance traveling on U.c l.o.i-
ilnn ..n.l Northwestern railway .....st
nave lieen   surprised at.   the remark-
il.ly smooth   r ing ol   ibe trains
.nil the absence of that jolting and
.Miration which so otten causes dis-
cuiiifnrt when journeying bv rail
This is-line to the fact  ihat  the per
 "'"I    way    of       the   London   am:
Northwestern railway - acknowledged ... ho .In- h.-st iii Hi,, world—consists ni what arc known as bull-head
sot-lion rails, each sixly led long
ami weighing nf, pounds to tire va.il
The.., as,.ii.., the tact that the ' car
...iges ale limit villi Hie idea „f gjy.
ing lhe greatest solidity ...id sllenglli
as well as eomforl has a grenl deal
in d„ will, rehiring tlie (titration tn
a minimum,
These carriages are built at the
company's works m Wolvcrlon. where
'."OH I tls a,,, employed, while   the
wagon works at Enilcstown, in Lancashire, give employment to another
I ."."I. \s most people are probably
..ware. .In engines are constructed a't
.'.ewe,   a   lown   which   has  been  built
up l.v Ihe London ami Northwestern
railway.
Practically lhc whole of lhc 13,000
inlialiil.iiits of Crewe ale dependent
upon the eompnny Inr the., livelihood
In iln- works, which cover lis acres
"I  winch    thirty six    ar ,Vernl In
IO.IW0  men a niplnveil.
Nut onlv, however, have lhc com-
pnny   developeil   u.e lown    by addi-
! heir   works   nnd building
nouses   I...   llieir employes, but thev
Iff-    Dlsu   t'lesenlisl    Crewe   with    il
An act thai has always proven ol
absorbing interest to tbe patrons of a
circus .s the lung leaping contests
| that brings tiie entertainment to ..
close and Nonis .V Rowe bave paid
special attention lo this feature this
I season and promise odd contests ol a
(most exciting nature. The sii-ht of
men Hying Irom a spring-hoard over
tbe hacks uf hnrses. camels, dromedaries, llamas and elephants, Is always spirited and interesting. It
shows the courage and physical perfection ol the trained athletes and
thai is what young America shnies
in. 'I'he clowns I,.Ib.w lhe lonpera
... a burlesque nl t licit ll.cb.s
through the ntr and this supplies
i.biHnli.nl fun for the children, The
leaping I,niriianient has been revived
Ihis Reason bv the Greater N'orris ,v
It..we show upon a scale in keeping
witb Iheir all new circus. Manv
leapers. vanltcrs and high lumpers
atnntis in Europe as well us in   tliis
country have    Is  engaged  In    take
pari  in lhc tournament,     A contest.
... the sii....' order bus 1 n arranged
Ini Ibe act-nbnls and gvtnnnsts in
Ich lhc Itaiivard troupe, Hie I.eflel
trnnpe, ihe Avallons troupe and lhe
Montrose troupe will take part.
Ihere is considerable rivalry' between
tin- acrobats and H,,. prnlessiun.il
leapers .....I lhe most dashing and
spirited leafs nf skill are being accomplished. To increase Ibe interest
a corps ol lady gymnasts and phvsi-
cal eullure expels bave been n.hie.1
Norris * Rowe will give a purse ol
gold and a diamond medal to the one
Who shows tbe most grace, skill and
daring in suceesstiilly hoping the high
barriers ninl clearing the backs iil
annuals and nT.stnol.-s.
N'orris and Rowe will exhibit it
Cranbrook, Monday, June 21th.—Ailv
What a pnrailise if everv daughter
in the land -Were to determine: "I
want to dn my part, to make our
home the nicest, kindest and prettiest
home in the world." If lhat were
done our fathers and sons would Imv-
eotl the club rooms an.l linger always near the fireside.
[SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OTTAWA.
Murphy & Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    t
Patent llfl.ee Agents.
Practice Helore Railway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Fisher
Cbescbkt Lodge X... mi
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Heels every  Tuesday  at  «  p.  m.  al
New Fraternity  Hall.
A. 0. Bowness, C. 0,
F. A. Small, K. i.f It. 4 S
Halting   brethren   cordially lavllti
to attend.
I.l...'>'.     Key My iavjfc
No. 12. Meet. .v.r|
Monday    night    al
New    Fraternity    Hall.      Sojourn*
lug Oddfellow, t-oidlally   Invited,
('has.  Smith, F.  II.  McKay,
N. O.
Sec'y.
t ra.nnmk Uil|«. No. J.
4. C, * A. M.
Regulat meeting, ut
lhe third Ihuiad.y
ul amy  mouth.
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of finish work in
wny of doors, windows, transoms, etc, Kiln dried lni.il.or
for inside work. Our work is
guaranteed and our prices lire
satisfactory.    Screen    doors
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
PART IV.
'WATER CLAUSES    CONS
TION  ACT,  1897."'
"Llll t-
Roufb and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
NOTICE.
Take
Vlsltlug met-..en welcomed.
W. F. Altitlge, Sec'y
Edward Ehvcll, W.M.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet   every
p.m.
Ft
evening at 8
. __iia
Chas. Smith, W.P.
M.  II.   Hillings,  Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 117
CRANUROOK
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days afler dale I intend tn apply lo
lhc Hon. Chiel Commissioner of
Lands and Works and to lhe Assist-
unl Commissioner of Lands and
Works Inr the Dlstriot nf East Ko.v
lenay, for a license lo prospect Inr
coal ami petroleum on the following '
.lescribed land, situate nn the North-
Last Michel Creek, about eight and
on.-half miles norlh and west ol the
Crows Nest station: I
I. Commencing al a pnst plnnted
at Hi.- north-west comer nl R (i
Ili'lden's claim, same being the Initial
posl ol F. L. Fnrrcl's claim and
marked "F. I.. Fnrrcl's south-wcsl
eornei," iheiice St. chains north
thence   so   chains   cast,    thence   sn
chains  soulh,     tbenee  811  chains  West
o   plan.    „i   beginning,   eontnlntnu
ln.nl  St.. acres.
Meet at D. ol L. F. Hall 2nd  and
Itb Saturday each month
Visiting brethren always weleoni.
T. Uoyler, J»s. U. Larrlgaa
W. M. Sec'y.
W. P. (lURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANHROOK.BRITISH  COI.UMB1.
I****************.*******, (
C. H. DUNBAR
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public, Etc.
Cranbrook,    -    •    B. C.
.****,*************,****!
notu-e ihal under tbe provl-
t Section 322. Chapter 87,
Reused Stutuics ut Canada, lftt.il
ibe Canadian Pacillc Railway Comity, as Lessees and exercising the
franchises of the liritisb Col..ml.
Southern Railway, intends tu applv
to the Hoard »t Railway. Commissioners tor Canada, after the expir
lion ,,[ lour weeks Iron, the date of
the lirst publication ..I this nut ice, ur
sn stain thereafter as the application
can be beard, lor author.ty to construct, ...ai).tain and operate branch
lines uf lhe llrilisli Columbia Southern Railway, commencing nt a point
.... Ibe said II. C. S. Railway, in Lot
29, Group 1, East Kootenay Dislriel, and running Iron, thence in u
north-westerly direction to points on
said Lot 20; tbe location ot which
said proposed branches is mote particularly shewn on a map or plan,
profile ami book ol reference <lepos-it.il
in the Nelson Registry Office, II. c,
un the ml. day ol May. 1007, as No.
52111.1. notice ol which deposit .:
also hereby given pursuant In th.
provisions ol the said section.
C. Drinkwater,
Secretary
Dated  Ibis 1811. day ol May, A. li
1907. n...
SUMMER
EXCURSION RATES
EAST
From Cranbrook
$5250 to
Winnipeg, Port Arthur,
St. Paul, Duluth,
Sioun City
St. Louia    $60.00
Chicago            904.00
Toronto    $78.SO
Ottawa $82.35
Montrta. $84.00
St. John's $94.00
Halifax $101.80
Tickets on Sale July 3, 4,5,
August 8, u, 10, Sept. II, 12,13
Flll.1T-ri.ASS Ki.1 Nla | KII-
nt' DAVS' LIMIT
.. Cormq li.iu   reductions  fr il
h ...i.'i.iiy pnfiitH. TiekelH nrnilahle ...
I.,ikc I1..11..- Iiirliidlim M.-..I. ..n.l ....,..,
...i Ink.- .t.-.iiin-i.    Tl.ruugh nut', nilutn
Oiiliui... Oiielier, or Mm.
.... iippllrntlHii.
.on.- I'n.
e. j. coYi.e
A. II. I'. 1 .
VANOOUVKII
J. S. CARTER
D. l>. A ,
NBI.S0N. II. e.
I.   This   is to    certify   that "Tbs
ranbrook    Electric Light Compan)
Limned a Conipanv duly Incorporated under u.e provisions „f n,0
J .....panics   Act.  1897;" and    which
...is im.,, registered outlet tl power
< 0mpa11.es' Relief Act, 19d2." fo, the
purpose oi exercising ihe right?
I10*6", privileges and priorities In
and by Part IV. ol the said Act
created, granted   nnd conterrcd.  has
nb.iiitt.'il its undertaking to lhc
l.ieutetiant-tinvenioi .„ Council for
approval, and Unit th,. sauj undertaking, as shown hy .he .hmiments
and plans filed, has been approved
»nd that the same is as follows:
The erection ol a dan. across the
St. Marys River. i„ a rnckv canyon
about oneaquarler of a mile west .•!
the railway hri.lse upon which
ta.iadiati pacific Ilailwar 1
St. Man'- K.Vor, ss s-h.n,
plans filed nnd marked "It"
tint
..I .
the
ses Hie
nn lhe
lb,- ,-re,-.
nl,-
ch.
the
I.oca led Ma
I.. Farrel, Locator
G Hidden. Agent.
lOtls.   1907.
I.I.I
.Ik Ih.lll
ire nl c
I'll.    In
stil.]!    11.11
01 eil    in
I.I11.I..
endowed a church, put up
.' Institute, established   a
a hospital, and given
'oiiragemcnl    tu education
ti detail mi acenunt of tbo
a 1 Crewe would occupy a
mens, 11 might be t.ien-
evc.. thnl wh.it is known
Ibe S.eiiii'.is Mm lin house produces
,'"■'   '"ns  ol  steel  every  vear;     Hie
I...ili-r   shops  Mirn out  2nd boilers in
Hie same period,    while |„  |)M, |)ai,lt
engines at  a  time are colli    Hie   familiar    vet,   glossy
....1 picked .mi wiib grey, mi,
 I yellow lines.
ft. .gi.Hf.in.! works, which can Is-
•i-'-n hv nny pnsscngcr „n the syslem. Itowovor, are nn less remarkable
.1..... lhe (cits .f I,,1 nif 1 ai Crewe.
The HiMiannia bridge over the Menal
Straits, Hie Runcorn bridge over the
Horsey, u.e roots over Lime street
station, Liverpool, and New street
station, Birmingham, are all marvels
.1 modern engineering, while there are
■aliens tunnels on Hie syslem rang-
ng bet with 1,180 yards and 5,340
/aris. The one at, Fretlng, in
No. ll Wales, which is neallv 4,(100
nls lung, ims  hern   driven through
H.-I.
Commencing al a pnsl planted
H.e north-west corner nl 11. rs
ten's claim, same being the initial pnst of A. Ilallantinc's claim
and marked "a. nallanllne's soulh-
easl enrner post," thece sn chains
north   ihene,. sn chains west, thence
8,1    ''I s    SOIllh,    thence SO    ell!
cas'  in pin if beginning   and
taming about 040 acres.'
A. ll.ill.intin,', Locator
R- G. He   Agent.  '
t,il Mav Mill.,  10(17. 13-01
liains
DKS. KIWI & (IRKtN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Olltee at Residence,   Atu.sttoug Av.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - - -. linn to ll. nil
Allflnoiili'. - - - 2.IIII to   4.00
Evenings - - - - 7.311 to   8.30
Sun.lays ... - ■i.m t0   4,30
CRANBROOK tl    ::    ::    ::    B. C
I.,.,
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
SOUTH DlVISioTT.F EAST Km)
TENAY
nolicc that  Lester Clapp,    ,
nnk.  Hnlel   Keeper,  Intends t
special license ovef    th
C.  P.
I
solid to.k
Although the oldest, Elision stain..., wilh iis lllteen platforms, varying from -1110 leet |„ i,noo leet long
is si ill nne ol the largest ol the gL
gntrlic railway termini in the metropolis.. Tlie signal cabin there contains nearly 3iin leavers, the total
number In use on the London and
" rlhwcstern    railway   being 37.000.
Altogether   there
Take
•i-.nl.i-.
pplv  t.
allowing described land:..
Commencing at a   post planted   at
ll.  Pet Nn. VIM. „,i east line
4502, thence   east    80     chains,
null.  S.I     chains,    tbenee west,      80
bains,  Ihence    nnrlh     8n chains lo
[.ninl ol commencement, and contaln-
ng 'IHI acres, more or less.
Lester Clapp, Locator.
Nicholas Powers,  Agent,
Hated .lune 1,-,,  |907.
CRANBROOK  I.-NlTmWRICT*
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice Ihal Roberl I.illle. nl
Fort Sleele, Prospector, has appli.il
for permission in cut and carry nwny
limber Irom lhe lollowlng described
land:
Commencing al a pnsl plant.il at
Hie north-easl corner of License
"0. W. Wilson Nn. 1," thence 1110
chains south, thence to chains east
Uience 1..0 eliains nnrlh, Ihence -10
chains west t.. place of commencement.
Robert I.illle.
Located .lune (lib, 11107. 13-.11,
DR. P. E. KINO
OKNTIST
OFFICE HOURS I
• to ll i.m.
I Ui • p.m.
Tie  I p.m.
onto, and re.ld.uue on Ariu.trong a.,
CRANBROOK, b. C.
DR. P. B. MILP.S
DHNTIST
OFFICE HOURS l
• to I'i a.m.
1 to   I p.m.
'WINDFALL"   MINERAL   CLAIM.
SITUATE ON MARK CREEK, IN
THE FORT STEELE MINING
DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY.
Take notice that 1, Alfred Doyle,
Free Miners' Certificate, No. n7-ltr,8.
intend (10 days trom the date bereot,
to apply to Ihe Mining Recorder Inr
a Certificate ot Improvements for tbe
purpose of obtaining a Crown ara.it
ol the above claim.
And further take notice that ac-
lion, under Section 37, must he commenced before Ihe Issuance of such
Certificate of Improvement.
Allied Doyle.
Daled this 7th day ol May. A. D
1907. tut
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
KOOTENAY  LAND    DISTRICT.
Take nnlice that (.liver Andersoi
Hiirge. of Perry Creek, Cranbrook
oecupnllon, Rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described land:
Commencing at the southeast corner ol Lot 11320, Group One. ttenc,
south tn chains, thence west in
ehains: Ihence north in chains, thence
east HI ehains to place nf beginning,
along line nt said Lot 6336, subject
tn the right (il any) nl Robert Hur-
nnt.
Oliver Anderson Rurge,
llal.il the 8th day ,,! Mav    1-.IU7
7-91
turbine
icbes
,!ll|..l
I tu
• i.s,
OSIc Is new Reid bloc.
CRANBROOK, II. C
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ti. uuu.Mat ..eUMU.SUS ' '
;; CUMMINQS & CUMVUNOS !
CIVIL  KNIilMRKKS AND  DOMINION ! I
ami o. c. lino Simmons    -'
•iiI!'x.','.'h:.'s Cranbrook,B.C. ',\
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Geo. R. Leask & Co
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, nl
Foil Sleele, Prospcclor, has appli.il
for permission tn cul and carry avvnv
timber Iron. Ibe lollowlng desrrih.il
laud:
Commencing al a post planted at
Hie south-east comer ol License
11792, thence 80 chains east, thence
10 chains south, tbenee -Ifl chains
cast, thence 80 chains norlb, tbenee
120 chains west, thence 10 chains
sn.tlh to phiec of commencement.
Robert I.illle.
Located  .lune Oth,  1907. 13-.lt
CRANHROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert I.illle, ol
Fort. Steele, Prospector, has appli.il
, ,_     .     -  lor permission to ml and earrv awav
ore   1,460 signal timber Irom   the  following described
•iibins, and 20,000 lamps have to In. land:
lighted every night. I   Commencing nt a pnst. planted   at
Needless fo sav, Ibe total yearly'the south-west eotner ol License
bill ot expenses is no small one. It nuns, thr„,.e nm Phnins south, thence
nnioutll.8 to over £91)00,(100 of 40 chains east, Ihence Hid chains
which about one-third is swallowed north, tlm.ee 40 chains west to place
up in general Unfile expenses. The ol commencement,
locomotive   power  costs nearly «2,-> Rohert Mttl»
500,000, while the maintenance ol way.    Located June 10th, 1M7 "ut
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work la [mir ndvortlflimient, hut wi
|iut tli'lM ml in \to llciuiMJln
(*iii|ilitiHi/i- il.
CRANBROOK. B. C.
Near l-mver AniiHlrnii-j; Avenue,
TRI-KPHOXti HI
Cranbrook
Livery *£
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Take notice that nn application has
been made lo register .lohn Mo-
Derroid as the owner in Fee Simple,
under a Tax Sale Deed trom Alfred
C. Nelson, Assessor ot Ihe Dislriel ot
lull Sleele, lo .lohn Mellcrinid,
hearing dale the 21st dav of November, A. I). HUH, ol all and singular
that certain parrel or tract of land
and premises situate, Iving and being
... lhe Town nl Wardner, in Ihe Province ot Briiish Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lot
Fourteen, Block Thirtr-Two, in the
Town of Wardner, in the Province ol
British Columbia (Map 639).
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim ol the tax purchaser within fourteen days Iron, the
date ol the service ol Ibis notice upon
vou, and In default ol a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens being Med
wilhln such period, you will be forever estopped and debarreil Irom
setting up any claim to or iu respect
nl the said land, and I shall register
....hi. McDernii.l as owner thereof
Dated at Land Registry Office, Nelson,   Province ol    British Columbia,
190S   'IMlh   *i1    °' °Cl0,"'r'      A' D'
II. T. Macleod,
„         District Registrar.
To Lilian J. A. Gurd
Eleanor Gurd
.lohn B. Warren i2-2t
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that silly
days alter date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works, Victoria, British Columbia,
for permission to purchase the following described laud in South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at
a point 80 chains south ol tbe southeast comer ol Lot number 5217,
Group 1, Eust. Kootenay, theuce east
40 chains, Uience south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence nnrth
40 chains to the point ol chains to
the point ol commencement, containing 160 acres.
Rolph Palmer.
Dated this 10th day ol April, A.D.,
1907. 7-0t
NOTICE.
IN THE COUNTY
EAST KOOTENAY
AT CRANBROOK
I'OI'RT     OF
HOLDEN
B. C.
IN THE MATTER IIF
MINES ACT AND
ACTS.  INCLUDING
THE COAL
AMENDING
Till'. COAI
ACT     AMENDMENT
MINES
ACT,  190'
—and—
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF JOHN WATT, FILED
PURSUANT Tti SECTION l
OF Till'. SAID COAL MINES
AIT AMENDING  ACT   190.
Before    Ilis
E.    WiLon
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY
Take nol ice that Lester Clapp.    of
Cranbrook, Hotel   Keeper, intends 1
apply lor    a special license over   the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted lortv
chaius nnrlh ol li. P. It. Post, No.
II, on east line Lot 4592, t4m.ee east
40 chains, thence south 16(1 chains.
Ihence west 40 chains, thence north
100 chains to point ol commencement,,
and containing 010 acres, more or
less.
Lester Clapp, Lotator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
Dated June 6, 1907. i:i-f,t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Rohert Little, ol
Fort Steele, Prospector, has applied
(or permission lo cut and carry away
limber from the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile west ol O. S. Frizz-
ell's No. 2 License, "South-west
corner," theuee 80 chains wesi, thence.
, 80 chains south, thence 80 chains
Team, and driver, luinl.be.t lot in, east, thence 80 chains north to place
point In Ibe dl.trlrt. ol commencement.
A. IK-VLB. Manager       ^^ jUM i% ?$*« uv^*(
IN CHAMBERS:
pen reading the petition ol John
Watt, .laltil Mav 3rd, 1907, and filed
... May unfa, 1907, concerning Lots
0150, 6159, tllaC, 0153, 6157, situate
n Lot 4593, Group 1, East Kootenay
district, and upon hearing Counsel
lur the petitioner,
I Do OltDEIt and appoint Monday
the 22nd day of .Inly, 1907, at the
hour „l I p. ,„, fo, tht hearing ol
the said petition and all parties con
cerncil, at the Court House, at the
City ol Cranbrook.
Anil I do order ttat the said peti
tion be served by publishing thi
S™"_ I" '"" successive issues ol
The Cranbrook Herald, a newspapei
published weekly at the City ol Cranbiook, in the County of East Koote
nay, and in lour successive Issues ol
Hie Briiish Columbia Gazette.
And I do order that the time for
filing answers to the said petition be
limited to within fourteen days Irom
the date ol the last publication ol
Uus order, an.l that such answers b,
tiled in writing with the Count.
I ourt Registrar at Cranbrook.
(Sgd.) P. E. Wilson,
Judge.
Haled May 10th, 1907. Mi
SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN HUME-
ST1_AU KICOULATIUNS.
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Any available Duiniuiutt Lamik
wittim the Hallway belt ia Briti*.
Uulmut'u. itiay to hoiutu>ie*.*leiX by
any person win- is U.t -uie lit-ad uf _
family, ui auy umIc um It) year* oi
•ifee, lu lilt! eilent ul uii**--'-|_nei
section uf Uu acres, mure ui fess.
Kntiy must to uutie pciauiially ai
Ito local UiiU utlic. lui lhe tiuUici
ill Which thu land it. situate
Tin' homesteader is ic-fuu'ed tu per-
loiiii the comlitious Luiiui-clcd Uiert
witb under uue uf the fulluwioa
plans;
Uj At least sii mouths' residence
upun and eulliV-,tiuu ul llm Uud iu
eaeh yeal ful  thlee year*..
U) If the father (or mother, it
the father is deeeased), of the home
uteader resides upon a farm io uhe
vicinity ol the laud entered for. the
requirement-, as to residence may be
satisfied hy such persuu residing with
Uie father or muther.
I'i) If the settler lias his permanent residence upun farming land
owned hy lum in tlie vicinity of hit
homestead, the rcquireuieuis as tu
resident** may be satislied by residence upon the said land.
•Six months' notice in writing
huuld lie giveu lu lhe C-imii-issiuuei
uf Uumiuiou Lands at Ottawa of internum to apply fur patent.
Coal lands may he purchased at
UU |ier acre fui soft coal nnd Sill
(or anthracite. Nut mure than 320
acres can he acquired hy one individual ur company, (loyally at tbe
rate of leu cents per ton ot _,04)11
pounds shall he collected on tbe
giown output,
W. W. CORYr
Deputy of Uw Minister ol t
iso lo he situated
dam. the water
ah Inch head passing through
water-wheels in the powerhouse, thence ihrough tin* tail-race
[no tho river again: the erection ..f
nil necessary pole lines Th,. power
ail! he ulili/ni to rtupplv IkI,* h-Mt
.iml puwer chiefly t,^ tlie ijitj ot
Cr.inliioi._i .ui.l th,- inhabitant! Owns
«t, to operate railways, tuim-..i-s.
s.iwuiilK ami oili.'i Industrie*-:ot anv
nature »r kiml. ■■„, to t-.iti>unii**<
Renera*Ily of li-jht, heal or phwei in
the Fori st,,i,. Mining Division ..(
East Kootenay.
F.idit thousand miner's Inches of
water are to to presently takwi from
St. Marys River, in Bast Kootenay
district; tivo thousand miner
'if the s.ii.l eight thousand
inclrt's so in he present,!)' taken stand
already recorded in the name ot the
Company, which record is hereby up-
proved ami confirmed^ and the Intended application ot tt»> <\
for a further recoi-d i»( three th
miner's Inches, and of such lurcher
records not exceeding thirty thousand
inches, (mm and out ot the said st.
Marys River, according to the ie-
imiremenU of its business and the
extensions to he subsequently undertaken Is approved; provided ihat
such approval shall not to construed
is giving th«* Company anv absolute
right to such records when applied
for.
2. And this is further to certify
that the Company proposes to commence its undertaking by \to construction of a dam across the St.
st. Mar\> River ami the necessary
excavations and gr ad ings, and hy the
construction of a power-house at tho
site o( the dam, and hy  the erection
f poles and stringing of copper or
otwt wires thereon, for tlie purpose
if convening the eliciiii-.il energy
Teated by water-wheels at said dam
to tiie   City ot   Cranbrook and     its
omity .uul Intervening points.
3. And this is further to certify
that "Tht* Cranbrook Electric Light
Company, Limited.'1 shall have duly
-.ufa'cribed before it commences the
Construction of its undertaking and
work, or exercises any uf the poweis
tn that behalf cunferred by the
Water Clauses Consolidation Act,
18»T." Part IV., five thousand
(5,000) shares of one dollar ($1.00)
each The further amount of capital
re**uire>lto fully complete \to undertaking and work to he provided by
the issue of first mortgage bonds or
lebenturr-s of 'The Cranbrook Electric Light Company, Limited," to he
issued from time to time, or all at
■he same time, to an am-junt not
exceeding in the whole one bundled
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 be subscribed is fixed at one year
from the da'* hereof, and that the
time wltbln which the -said undertaking and works are to be commenced
is fixed at one year from the
late bereot, and the date
by which all    of the prowled worlds
hall to in operation is twt- yeais
from  the dale hereof.
Fred J. Fulton,   ■
Clerk of the Executive Council.
Dated this 2nd    dav of May,- A. I).
1907. 11-U
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION OF KAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Lester Clapp, ol
Ciai.b-.iA**.. floUrl Keeper, inteitus to
apply tor a SPtCfal license ovet thu
lulluwing descitbt-d lands.
Commencing ai C. 1', it. i'ost -HM.
on east line Lot -..Vi., thence east *.u
chains, thence noiih su cliains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south au
chains to point ul cummeiiceuieiii.
nd containing c-.u acres, ihuiu or
less.
Lester Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas i'uweia, Agent.
Dated June 15, 1907. 13-lit.
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
SOUTH DIVISION OF EASI  KOOTENAY
Take  DOtlCfl  that  Lestei   Clapp,    of
Cranbrook, Hotel   Keeper, Intends to
pply for    a special license ovei   the
following described  lands;
Commencing at a post planted cornering on to C. 1'. It. Post 43 on
east line Lot 4503, thence east so
chains, ihence south so chains, thence
west 80 cbafltt thence north 50
itmins to polnl ol Commencement,
and containing MO acres, more or
less.
Lestet Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
13- tit
Dated June 7, 190'
LAND NOTICE.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that John Charles
Stacey, of Cranbrook, rancher, bas
applied fo r permission to purchaiie
Ihe following described lands: Commencing at a post planted forty
chain* south of th*:south-west coiner of Lot 6,618, tbenee 40 chains
east, theuce 40 chains north, thence
to chains west, thence 40 chains
south to the imlnt ol commencement,
containing 160 acres, more or less
Objection must be filed with the
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works at Cranbrook on or before the
-ith day uf July, 1907.
John Cbkrlfsi SUcey.
Dated Ut IU ol May, 1907.      £-<tt TIIE   CRANBROOK    IlKllALll
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Satisfaction to ALL is
our first consideration
Meet Your Friends at Fink's
rOU are invited and welcome to make your headquarters at our
store when in town next Monday to see
Norris & Rowe's
We will be pleased to take care of your parcels, umbrellas, coats,
etc.   Meet your friends here.
Our big store will be open all day and special conveniences will
be arranged for the ladies. Come in, sit down and rest while you
are waiting for the big parade.
Please do not think you will cause us any trouble; it is only a
pleasure for us to meet you, and wc want you to accept our invitation—we want you to see our store.
A $20 Suit of Campbell's Clothes
Free
Every man who comes to our Store on Monday, June 24th, and
simply tries on a Suit—Coat only—of Campbell's high-grade,
Ready-to-Wear Clothing, will be entitled to one chance of securing
this suit ABSOLUTELY FREE.
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A $5.00 Pair of "Dolly Varden" Shoes Free
Every lady who comes to our Store on Monday, June 24th, and
tries on a pair of "Dolly Varden" Shoes will be entitled to one
chance of securing this lovely pair of shoes ABSOLUTELY FREE.
The drawing will take place in one of our large show windows
between six and seven o'clock Monday evening. Come in and let
us explain! to you.
--■ ■
This will not cost you one cent. It is simply one of Fink's
ways of advertising.
Meet Your Friends at Fink's
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT FOR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
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MELACMINO,   -
THREE CASTLES, Eiglisk-
CSAVEN, «    «
MIEN'S QVINEA GOLD, English
MOGUL. "   Turkish CiKirellcs
DARDANELLES, "
MURAD.
SWEET CAM-HAL Vi'if-ima
ATHLETE,
OLD JliWiE.
T.~B.STRAI*HT|Cl!T''
VANITY FAIR
S. J. MIGHTON
THI: TOBACCONIST
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT TIIK CITY BY
ASKING 4JUKST10NK OK
MANY PEOPLE.
II. It. Benedict, mayor uf Mayook
is in ihe city today.
.1. A. Dewar, ol Uie Porto Rico
Lumher company, nf Moyie, is in tin
t-ity.
A. Leltch, of the Kast Kootenay
Lumber company, has gone to Cui-
gnry-
Miss Agnes Watson It-It today lor
Moylo where she lias secured a lucrative position.
U. I). MeNnh, ol the Baker Lumlier
company, was in Cranhrook a couple
o( days this week.
Mrs. Bowser, who Has been visiting
at Klko ami Waldo ■ the past two
weeks, relumed home Tuesday
Simon Taylor, of tlie Standard
Lumber eompany, was transacting
liusiiiess in Cranbrook this week.
S. J. Mlghton received a message
Tuesday morning announcing the
death of lhe little daughter of his
brother at Saskatoon. Mr. and Mrs.
Mlghton left for Saskatoon that
afternoon to attend ihe funeral.
PASTURE—Parties wishing young
stock or horses pastured applv to K
old
am!
13
fr
Ranch,
Good feed
Curbelt, Parrot
North Star mill
good water.
Keep ynur kitchen cool and
from steam and odors hy using
Toledo Square Steam cooker. Absolutely nothing can escape Into the
room. * Pat mole Bros, have tin
agency for these cookers.
Miss Florence McLeod returned to
Cranhrook last week, after an extended absence in the easi. She will
remain in Cranbrook ami assist her
sister iu con due ting the milliner
store.
Charley Bretichley, who Is well-
known throughout this district and
who was employed as a carpenter for
a year in this cilv, left .Momlay for
SLettler, Alberta, where lie lias purchased a ranch.
W. Miller lefl town last Sunday tor
Dunfermline, Scot lam), where he contemplates matrimony. He takes tin*
good wishes of his many friends iu
Cranhrook. He will he away about
three months.
The people of Craubrook will have
all kinds of opportunities to celebrate
Hi nu in ion Day tliis year. Foil
Steele, Moyie and Creston arc all
three on the list, and good purses arc
being offered for all spoiling events.
A. W. McVittie came up from Medicine Hat Saturday lasl ami expects
lo he in Cranhrook ami vicinity
about three mouths, having secured a
large surveying contract from the
Bust Kootenay Lumber company.
K. Dedolph, manager of the Marysville smeller and Jas. Fiulay, superintendent, of the Sullivan mine,
came down Tuesday and left yesterday for Spokane to attend the regular
meeting of directors of the Sullivan
company.
Chief of Police Dow wishes us to
notify all merchants to keep close
watch of their buck doors during the
circus parade next Monday, as newspapers assert there are [mite a number of sneak thieves following up
Norris & Howe and they take advantage of the parade tu get iu their
work,
A. Loltell, president of the Kast
Kootenay Lumber company, returned
llie lirst of the week from a trip to
Winnipeg. Mr. Leitch says that the
crops are looking tine and that there
is an air of general prosperity all
through the prairie provinces.
Mrs. K. J. Reid, mother of W. T.
aud C. K. Kohl, arrived Friday last
from Walla Walla, Wash., where she
has been making her home with her
sou, Rev. R. J. Reid. Afler a brief
visil here Mis. Reid will accompany
Mrs. C. K. Reid to Rochester, Minn.,
where the hit ter goes soon for
medical   treatment.
.1. Maiiniiu.-, took possession or the
grocery stock of the C. 0. S. last
lligtlt mill opened up for business iu
his new quarters on Armstrong
avenue this morning, While the
stock is not us complete at present
as Mr. Mil lining would wish it, this
defect will be remedied us rapidly as
the ('. I'. R. call bring in the goods.
Air. Manning is loo well known in
Crrtnbrohk to need any encomiums
from this paper, uud it goes without
saying Unit the puIrons of his store
will receive tin- most courteous treat-
nient und his success is assured from
lhe start.
'Julie u number of Cruuhroiik
citizens are taking advantage of th.
pleasant weather, to visit McCon-
ne I l's Island hotel at Waldo. It. is
iin ideal spot for an outing and the
accommodations first-clnss, and one Is
able to keep in loiich with the outside
world while enjoying a vacation, ns
the place is in direct telephone communication with Craubrook and all
brandies of lhe East Kootenav Telephone company's lines. As au
illustration of the advantage of the
telephone in this district, Tuesday
morning N. Hudson, from his hotel
*t Wusn, was exchanging (-reelings
with Mr. McConnell al his Island
hotel, and they conversed (pitta free-'
ly, notwithstanding the fuel lhat the
connection had to he made through'
the Cranbrook ollice.
Dominion Day Celebration
Race Meeting
FORT STEELE
Monday, July 1st, 1907
PKOURAMHI :
itOO YARDS RACE, Open, totrt 2 <mt of a.
i MILK RACK   Op.*'', heal 2 not of Q
!KW YARDS PONY HACK, U-2ai.il wirier,
ik-st _ont:t   	
KO0 YARDS SADDLE HORSE RACK, Wat
2 ont of 8, for hurt-en that have nnvnr won
pulilir money, IliO llm. up. Indium liarreil
H00 YARDS INDIAN SADDLE HORSE
RACE	
K00 YARDS SQI'AW UAOE 	
WRESTLINtJ  ON   IIOHHE  HACK	
$riti $20
$.'■■' $_C
$25 Jin
$25 $10
$10
$10
$lu $5
Four to enter.   Thrco to iturt.   Eiitriftfl close nt 1 o'clock
July 1st.    Kneea start 1 o'clock sharp.
II.    M.Cooper,   discount,    clerk at',
the Canadian Bank of Commerce, left,,
Monday for Montreal and other east--,
cm   points where he will spend    his
holidays. j
Tommy South, wlto wns operated,
on for appendicitis some time ago,
resumed charge of his barber shop in
the Crnnbrook hotel Monduv morn-j
ing-' !
.1. Rohh, of Portage la Prairie, Is1
iu the city on his wav home from the
const. Mr. Rohh is a friend ot R.
K. Beattie, and is looking over this
country.
There will he u public meeting held
nt the council chambers nt s o'clock
this evening for the purpose of ro*
nrgnnizing the Turf and Athletic as-
oelnlion.
WANTED—Position by mechanical
engineer to superintend construction
of mill buildings an<T install machinery. First-class references. Apply
lo llcrnld office. 13-tf
Miss Birdie Pi'ltet was taken to
St. Kugene hospital lust week for a
serious operation nml her many'
friends of Crunhioob will regret to
learn she is seriously til.
WANTED—By man and wife position to cook and cater for good lumlier or mining camp; first-class references. Address R. Hale, care Stewart's confectionery store, Cranhrook.
Roy Slater lefl town hy the east-,
bourn) train on Sunday foi- Winnipeg..
It is understood lie will he married in
Winnipeg to Miss A. Kntttz, and will
make a slay iu that eily for some
lime.
Be sure nnd read Fink's nil. this
week, if you are a man and want'
a sull of clothes free, or if you are a:
Indj and want to he prese-tilc-d with
a pair of Dully Varden shoes. This
is no Jotee. Bead Ihe ad. and wo for
yourself.
■lohn Swinnciton's new hotel at'
Muclt-od is oin> of the tines 1 on the'
Crow, iu fact none nre hetter fur
nishi-il. Business has been so good
since the opening that t-wenty-flve
more rooms uie to be .1 tided to the
hotel at once.
The llcrnld stun Is indebted to 6..
T. Rogers for -I boxes of Wigen's eele-
hruted strawberries. Without a
doubt these berries this year are
superior to any year that Mr. Wigen
Ims heen raising strawberrie
nn* large, sweet und of
color.
Captain Jessie L. Moore, who has
been in charge of the local corps of
the Salvation Army in this city foi
lhe pust live months, wilt conduct
her farewell service on Suit-day evening, June li.'ird and will leave on
Monday (or Lethbridge for a few
weeks, prior to leaving for her home
in Chariottetown, p. E. I.
Mrs. Hislop will give a piano re*
cltnl for her pupils ul Wentworth
halt on the evening of the 4tti of
July, assisted by the best of local
talent. Mrs. Hislop will lmve In use
mi that occasion the new musical instrument known as the dolceola
This entertainment promises to be
a musical success.
The Macleod station was taken up
bodily from its old site and moved on
III...     11...       ...      .1      t .! ....
Thev
ln-iiii! if n'l
, ill.!
its If. til,"     now  location
Robert Sinclair, suporititomleitl of
bridges .....I buildings, is responsible
lor 11.,, iil.'.., ...i.i although many sui.l
tlml Hi.. .Mi I'lmlil nut in, linn,., Mr.
Sinclair, with Hie. ..i.l of Lis ..Iil,- us
sisliiuls, i..>.-,..ii|i|islii<i| llu- lout,
ll.s. Hori liuss, ol Sltilir, was
hronithl li. ('r.ii.iiriHik Thursday last
...nl Utkon to Hit. homo ol IV. F. Talc
wlit.ro si... is very ill will, typhoid
iincunionln. Kor several days her
lif.- wan <l.'s|.»iriil ol I.ui at tlio pro-
s.-i.i writing slu- is slightly l...|.i.iinl
.....I l...|....s arc ot.tortlvitie-1 ol l..-r ul-
li.l.l.l.. recovery. Mrs. Hoss' lilll,-
In.l.y Ims also l.i'i'n I'rllii'ully III Iuu
i.s Improving nl present
NOTIOE-Mrs, Ilamlllon will soil
hor parlor, dhilng room, hcdrimin
.....1 iii.'li.'ii liirnlliiro ni ...hnil, Kiii,.
I'.irii.'s wishing lo ii.lrcl.nse ran .-.ill
ul l.i-r I.,,....., Ilurwi'll nveniio uml i(i-
si>.'.'l sa....: from now nntII .Inly
lirst. ,Mt'
- *********************
j| "STEWARTS"
'I'll. I..'...!in^ Fruit Htitl-p
"Ckkstun grRAWBeimies"  ;
r..ii.l.|.u..-....-s lor
"I'.lll, IIAII.l.VS" t'.\UOUH
nl'lttlV IH-llllllKM
N,»„i- Ih-iImi- I..,- |,i,.H..rviiiir   r.uih'H
.|iu.llt.v.   I.tuvr I |irlci.N.
l.ltllKR H.IKI.V '«
HUGH STEWART
Phone 76 ArniHtroiig A*«t
MOYIE
DAIR.Y
I1ATT \ FOSSOM, Proprietors
This Dairy will deliver
milk every morning in
Cranbrook.
The milk is of the best
quality, rich and pure.
MOYIE
B. C.
HKTTKIl THAN A I'll.-I'l's
OPERA HOUSE r5l0,ij?-28
Dandy Dixie Minstrels
IltiHt All-star
Nigra Mlitlrel Vaudeville, Sun**,
III net, lui Shim liter Sera
Singer*   Sweet,
Dancers—Dnmliea
PIIDNNY PHKLLOWS
Specialties — Sensational
KIIONY KCSTAUIKS
Paragon I*nn*«11-1 m
Merry Minstrels
I'hoiiation I'tiRlimcB
DISTlNttl'JSHKD DIXIE
•    DA UK IKS
TDK BAND
and u
"FOWL   DKI'.D"
Direction:
YOL1.CKKI, .v   MM.AN
TIib "Uhiiiiiiii .V Bailey" of
■Keal Negro Minstrelsy.
SKATS ON SALK AT POST*
OFFICF.  DIICO STOI'K
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
S, msl..  1...I   II.
 ji.-jr, 11.vr, SJ.r.n
1....
25        50
I.IIII     1.50
I.l
Suits ...
Jackols      75
Pants      25
Vests, Fancy, Plain
ami all n.l..is ....    25
Ita.nuoals 	
Overcoats	
Kail Overcoats 	
Fur Overcoats	
Hats   From
Dressing (lowms
From  1
Sweater 	
Calls, NecLtirs ami
tlloves Fro...
Ilh-ss Soils   1.25
I.AI.II-IS 1,1ST
Fall l.ress.'s, Plain
From ...	
Skills, Plain 	
Kvening Drosses
From 	
Skills	
Walsls, I'liiiii 	
VVat.sIs,  Fatioy 	
i.|m'... Cloaks 	
Trimmed Hats	
(Holes, Nerkties
All' Minis ...From
Lace Curtains 	
Piano Covers
From 	
Hugs, all kinds
From 	
Portion's   ... From
Dra|ierios From
Doilies, Ilatlmihurg
From 	
1.75
2.50
511
I.fill
75
5.1
1.75
1.75
2.25
I .'.II
I.IIII
50
75
I.fill
50
5
fill
1.50
75
I ....
50
1 ....
11.
CHIl.tltlKNS' LIST
Dresses  Km... 50       III.
Hobes   50
Hotinets   ...   From 20
Rugs  From 40      50
Furs  From 20
Prams,   Outfits,     Naval,   Military
Police and Lodge Uniforms.
These prices Include pressing    and
small repairing.
Any ol -above articles .loin- at. hall
price as first order.
f__   J.  LEASK, Tailor

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