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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  12
aftftto
taiAJSUUOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THTJBSDAY,   MAY 6. 1909
>'U. 7
94
100
Wo issnefl it cln*i|iir to tbe 0. I'. R. for uljovo amount on
Saturday last. It represented tho uhnrgoa on three cars of
Freight delivered to ua. We arc busy marking tbe goods
aud expect when this pupor ia itwueil In In- in a position In
handle your requirements promptly.
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware
Cranbrook,  B. C.
******************»>♦♦«
J.M.AGNEW&CO.,ELKO,B.C.
have on hum!
DISC HARROWS    JOHN DEERE PLOWS
MOLINE WAOONS   LEVER AND DRAG HARROWS
CANADA CARRIAGE CO'S DEMOCRATS AND BUGGIES
HEAVY TEAM AND DRIVING HARNESS
HEAVY AND LIGHT HORSES
Pricea are right.      • Your patronage solicited
CARRIAGES
Do you know tbat we handle tbe best made buggy on earth?
Well we do!   This has been proved time and again.   We are
proving it every dny.
Tbe  wood   work,   the   iron   work,  and   the painting are
unexcelled.   You do not need to take our word; purchaae one
and see for yourself.   Kemeuiber—
Quality remains long after price
is forgotton.
FLOUR,    FEED,    HAY    AND    GRAIN
Also Spring Rye Grass Seed.
Hail order ii receive our prompt attention.    Phone 188.    P.O. Bos A.
IIIMIIMIIIIIIMIIMI MMMMMMMMMMM
PABST BEER
THE FINEST IN THE WORLD
Recommended by the best
in-'-ii-'iil  authorities.
SOLE AGENT
A. L McDERMOT
Wholesale Wlna Merchant
PHONE 17 PHONE 17
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ONE   TON   OF   THE
WORLD'S     STANDARD     ENGLISH
WHITE     LEAD
has   just   been  received direct from  Liverpool via Capo Horn.
Our  Tin tin)*:   Colon-  are tho   t-ironpeKt   uml   purest   to  lie   lunl
and nil ground in oil.    When Applied  by our skilled mechanics
wc guarantee results. ^^^^^
B. H. SHORT, painter & Decorator
Cranbrook's Pioneer Wall Paper Dealer
***********
SCHOOL BUILDINGS
IN ASHES
When you get ready to Invest in
East Kootenay Land  j;
Write to or call on
The East Kootenay  ii
Investment Co.
We have a long list of Attractive
Bargains.
»MMMM> MMMHM
CRANBROOK SUFFERS
SERIOUS LOSS
BUT THE BOYS AND GIRLS ARE
HAPPY OVER THE RESULT
About three o'clock lliis morning
soinr railway men working in
C.P.R. yard's discovered that
school house was un lire. They,, iui-
mediately gave the alarm und the
iui; department tinned out at once.
The lire hud such a hold that all that
could bo done was to take care ot
thv buildings near hy. By half past
three llie old school building was a
mere reap of hot ashes.
It is impossible to say liotv the
building caught lire. The janitor
says that there was absolutely no
fire iu the building at ti.'ili last
night. In fact, some ot the teachers
complained that their class rooms
were cold as early as 3.3(1. However, the fire started. It is certain
that it originated within the building and downstairs, because tbe
timbers of the lower part ot the
building fell inward as the root collapsed. The burning of the old
school removes an old landmark from
the city.
The tirst school ever held in Cranbrook was in a part of the building
now occupied by the Prospector and
the first school teacher was Mrs. J.
F. M. Pinkham. In 1899 a small
school was built and in 1902 the big
school was built, A. D, Grant lieing the contractor. Later a wing
was huiit by James Drier. Both
of these buildings stood until this
morning, and being adjacent to each
other, were consumed by the flames.
The fire department.did most excellent work, as they always do, turning out and getting to tlie burning
building in a very short space of
time after the alarm was received.
Two lines of hose were laid and two
streams were soon playing on the
burning building, but the fire had too
much of a hold ior these tu be of auy
avail, so the liremcn devoted tueit
energies towards saving the surroundings, ana tins they succeeded in
doing.
Tiie burning of thc school is a great
loss to Uianurook, uui only) linaneial-
iy, as there was no insurance, nut
nccause it will be almost impossluiu
to arrange for the holding ul school
until alter the summer vacation,
it would lake at least three weeks
to make auy kind of temporary arrangements and secure books from
the coast, aud that would only leave
three weeks' school. However, the
high school class, which is Md in
the government building, will continue as usual, and arrangements will
probably be made tu continue the
entrance class, so that they can tase
tneir examination.
Whilst some of the children are
sorry to sec the old building burned,
most of them were delighted at the
prospect    of    the    enforced   holiday.
This morning the ruins were like a
human ant lull, swarming with boys
and gnls. "That's where my seat
used to be," said a fat rosy-faced
boy uf abuut eight. "1 wonder
where my pencil box went," said a
bright little girl, Each and everyone of the youngsters had something
lo say, nnd' many were thc regrets
for the loss uf this or that favorite
hook, compasses, squares and so
forth. The old school has gone, but
the new lifty thousand dollar building is under way and in a short
time Cranbrook's educational institution will arise like thc Phoenix from
its ashes in a more glorified form.
 A	
KNIGHTS OK COLUMBUS.
A council ol the Knights of Columbus will be instituted in Cranbrook
next Monday. The Knights of Columbus is an order instituted in the
earlv eighties at New Haven, Conn.,
and is strictly a Roman Catholic institution, lt is a benefit society in
the lirst place and has thc usual insurance facilities common to most
fraternal institutions. Besides this
it is a social order in every sense of
1 he term. Knights are expected
from Spokane, Calgary and other
points both east and west to take
part in the inauguration here. A
large class of candidates will be initialed and a big time is expected.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
l.iH'KIIAItT
COMMITTED
TRIAL.
Magistrate. Whimster, ol Fcraie,
on Monday nlRht Rave his decision la
Uic l.nckliart case, blading him over
In si nml his trial at the next court
nf competent jurisdiction. It will
be remembered that Mr. I.oekhart
was arrested on a charge ot misappropriation ol lunds In connection
with tlic Fernie relief lunds.
 4	
STREET IMPROVEMENT BY-LAW
CARRIES
The bylaw to authorize the Council to issue Slli.litlli worth ot debentures for the purpose of street improvement, carried by a vote ot 77
to 21. This means that the city
streets will be improved during this
summer, so that Cranbrook citizens
need not be ashamed of* them. Alderman Ilyan. chairman of the street
committee, stated to a Herald representative alter the election that
work would be inaugurated at once
and carried on vigorously during tht
summer.
 4	
THE UNWRITTEN LAW.
The grand jury at the Nelson assizes brought In no bill agatnst Lord
Sliolto Douglas. It will be remembered that Lord Sholto Douglas was
committed for trial oa a charge ot
attempted murder last fall.
 ►	
FOR   SALE-Hall safe, practically
new.       Address    E.   .1.    Olaytoi
Marysville, B.C. 7-M
Wm. Bardgctt finished the seeding
ol his oats and clover on Tuesday.
R. E. Beattie visited Creston yesterday.
Mrs. I. H. Willson will not receive
during the summer months.
P. Matbeson visited Spokane this
week.
Wm. Loudon, of Wardhci, was in
tlie city last Tuesday.
A. Lougon, ol Hosiner, was in the
eity on Tuesday.
W. II. WbimBtor, police magls-
the' tiaU-, ol Fernie, was in Uic city yes-
tbc lerday.
1*. Luud, of Wardner, accompanied
by Mis. Lund, was a Cranbroou visitor yesterday.
W. H. PeLong, ol Fernie, was registered at the Hold I.launrous
'estenlay.
F. K. Henry, ol Creston, was registered at the Cosmopolitan hoiel
ibis week.
II. J. Douglass, of Marysville, was
guest at tbe Cosmopolitan al tlie
beginning of the week,
H. F. Mathews, ol Montreal, bus
been appointed assistant superintendent ot dining cars at Wiunipeg.
Wm. Bell, ol Winnipeg, has been appointed superintendent ol commissary
at Victoria.
J. Murphy, general travelling passenger agent tor the C.P.R., passed
through Cranbrook on the eastboiind
Flyer on Tuesday.
T. Lucas, chiel assessor fur the
provincial government, was in tiie
city this week conferring with A. c.
Nelson, the district assessor.
George E. I'eeac, representing Bun-
tin, Gillies & Co., ol Hamilton,
wholesale stationers, was selling
goods in Craabrook yesterday.
F. Johnston and Den Riley, two ol
Moyie's well known hotel keepers,
were Cranbrook visitors last Saturday.
M'ENOORAl'HEK WANTS l'OSl-
iun, two years enpenonco; goou
references. Aduress w. Al. iirowu,
cranbroou, B. C. U-lit'
U. *i. tuwarus was in from tuu v..
. It. exploration party last m-
uay. .ur, hatwaras reports lots oi
snow in the bills.
vv. J. Lawson, C. G. Langlile,
Alex. Grant auu J. Granger, au o.
aioyie, were guests at ine cosmopolitan hotel last Saturday.
j. V. (Cap) crobhors, the well
tuuwn traveling man, was doing
uusiness in Craubroot. ut tee oegiu-
niiig of the week.
Col." Taylor, the high Mogul oi
the Itoyal hotel, accompanied .'. D.
Henderson to t-.ic SKookumchticK
country last Monday.
C. D. D. Garrett leaves tomorrow
Ior Wasa, wberc be has accepted a
position with N* Hanson lor the
summer.
Charles Burt, the well known
traveler, ol Nelson, was iu the city
this week. Mr. Burt has so lar recovered Irom his recent Illness as io
Ue able to take the road again.
"Big" Jim Mekec, ol Elso, was iu
lown on Monday. His lathlike proportions were in evidence oa the
streets, as he shook bauds with bis
many Irieads.
George Bremuer, ol Edmonton,
came down to Cranbrook last Sunday. Mr. Bremner is here to loos
after his interests in Ibis part ot tne
country.
The Cosmopolitan natural history
museum has becn enlarged by tbe addition ol a splendid specimen ol a
loon. Mitchell i Qaiielt did tin
work.
J. A. Harvey, K.C, is in Nelson
attending tne sitting oi tbe supreme
court. Mr. Harvey is acting as
crown prosecutor in all criminal
cases.
W. A. Rollins went fishing in the
St. Marys river on Sunday, and he
aught two fish. One was a seven
pound char and the other a two and
a hall pound trout.
Ira A. Foster, ot Lindsay, Out.,
arrived in tbe city this week. Mr.
Foster is a brother of J. W. Foster,
of the Are department and is staying
with him.
JOHN DEKOSIER will have his
stallion at the ranch ol bis brother,
Joseph Derosier, south ol Elko, for
the season. Terms will he reasonable and further notice will be given
in the Herald. .-It
Constable and Mrs. Kempton, of
Creston, came to Cranbrook lasi
Friday, bringing with them their
little baby for treatment in tbe hospital, tbe little one having tbe mis
fortune of breaking its leg.
TO RENT—Six roomed home,
water, etc., clow to school, $l6.nu
per month. Or would rent two
Iront rooms WOO, and other lour
rooms 10.00. Rent payable In advance. Apply E. Reed, Herald ollice. Ml
O. Erlckson, manager ol the C.I'.K.
tie department In East Kootenay,
left on Monday for Wasa and the
Skookumchuck. He was accompanied as tar as Wasa by his daughter,
Mist Vera.
D. McLeod, of Wardner, lor years
thc head man lor Brcckenridge and
Lund, was In the city on Monday.
Mr. McLeod has a large number of
friends in the city who arc always
glad to set him.
FOR SALE-S,(IO0 strawberry
plants of the best quality tor this
district. Cost price, $1.00 per IOU,
$10 per 1000. Apply Campbell &
Manning.
O. Derail and wile left on Monday
tor Staveley, Alberta, where Mr.
Dezall bat bought out a blacksmith
business. The many Iriends ot Mr.
and Mrs. Dezall regret their departure from Cranbrook.
O. H. Halt, ol New Westminster,
was registered at the Hotel Cranbrook on Friday. Mr. Hale was lor
a long timt connected with the Cedar
Valley Lumbtr company, ol Fornle
and Is here looking alter his timbe
interetts.
O. H. Ashworth has taken ovtr the
RoMiwon-McKtnzle ranch and will
put la MM! aena ol market garden.
Mr. Ashworth    is a  man who has a     Otis Staples, oi Wyeliffe, was in tho
lilotime experience     in this business city yesterday.
great sue-     Max .'IcSweyn,  of Nelson, was     in
tlie city yesterday.
SCHOOL ARRANGEMENTS
FOR
and will no doubt make
cess of the venture.
ilull's Pure Maple Svrup at Fink's
Pure Food Grocery.
ASTRAY-At my ranch at Siltou,
a Hay fielding about six years old.
Owner may have same by aroving
properly, paying expenses md tlie
cost of'this advertiscn." • --' Ward,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Hall's Pure Maple Syrup at Fink's
Pure Food Grocery.
11. Terriault, ol Cloverdale, Alta.,
wiio brought bis wile to the SI. Eugene hospital lor medical treatment
last week, left yesterday Ior Missoula, Montana, taking Mrs. Ther-
rlault with him, much improved in
In al th.
Hull, oi the International
icxiuout. to., ol scrantou, i*a., was
in ilie cuy yesieraay. tomorrow
ceiling a biuoaer will be ne.a in
..ilgliloa's ball, lo which all staueuts
ut   me    bdahlun   Schools    lla.e ucell
in.lied.
nulls Pure Maple Sugar ut Kink's
-me food Grocery.
e i ami Dunn spent Sunday ut llie
bead oi aioyie ia..e usliing. Unfortunately ne bad uo luck, nut eraint
loo much ol a sportsman lo mane
any excuses ana returned witb bis
empty uusnel with a smile ou his
lace.
Hall's Pure Maple Sugar al Fink's
-mu Food Grocery.
.Haley U. Couch, oi Pincher Creek,
w-as iu ine cuy at tne beginning oi
nu   week.       Mr.    l oucu savs thai
.eryiuiug points lo a very piospcr-
ius summer    in tbe Pincher district
i.u tbat tbe oil situation was ncu-t
ueltcr.
llie Fink Mercantile Co. are
snowing au exquisite assortment    ul
ases.    See window.
Miss ltoision, graduate nurse auu
masseuse. Massage tlcatliieiil gl.cu
io luuies ul llieir own leslueuces.
nox nf, 'phone iu\. .-It"
i-.dwaid Dwell aud Mrs. Elwcll
, fulled Lolonei aad   Mrs. Henderson
i lucir    luiuii, uclow    Foil Steele
ist buuduy.    Mr. Elwcll   aud    tue
olouel enjoyed a good day's lisbiug,
laii'Uiiig loity line liout iu utile Uml
iver. The biggest Iisii weighed -i
pounds.
strawberries Ircsh every day ai
Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
HANCUEltS: Clear your land with
"Monarch'' stump puller and grau-
ucr. niey are very powenul and
au be operated with great speed,
uso root hooks and power pulleys
.or same.    Let us talk it over with
ou.—Patmore Broi.
Great improvements are being made
iu tuu L. P. it. cigar store. Tbe
place has been enlarged aud is now
one uf tlic best barber suop, milium
paiior aud cigar stores in tue west.
jamas Brown bas inane me nuei-
lur ol the Maailona hotel look Use
new. One would hardly snow ine
old place in its new domes.
neduiug gilts in China are always
acceptable. Plus's assortment this
season excels any previous snowing.
Joseph Hyau, the police magistrate, took unto himsell a rod and
une and proceeded to whip tne
stream last Sunday. Although, Use
At. Fraacis, ol old, be preaened a
sermon lu the Iish, still they distinctly refused to hang themselves
onto his hook.
FOR SALE-One bay mare and
colt, also two bay marcs, aged -1 and
j. years; one grey mare 4 years old;
wagon aud harness; set up bou
sleighs; 1 bog aud bush plow and
other larmiag implements, JtibU cash
takes the lot. Apply D. Burton,
Cranbrook, B.C. 7-tf
and they nave all stood the wn...->
well and look absolutely healthy.
Tbe lire department bad a run
aboul noon on Tuesday to a house on
Cranbrook street occupied by .1.
Hawkins. The brigade made a very
quick turn out. Tbo Are proved to
oe only a chimney blaze but, owing
to the high wind that was blowing,
it was uecessary to take every precaution.
New shipment ol tbe famous English Tortoise Shell ware just received at the Fink Meicantile Co.
Alexander Burns, ol Marysville
was in thc city this week. Mr
Burns has a large tic contract lor
the Crows Nest Pass Lumber company. He is an old timer in the
wesl and for many years lived among
lhe Sioux ludiaas in Dakota and
Montana and speaks their language
as well as he does English.
A. Carney, ol Kaslo, timber inspector lor the Provincial Government, was a Cranbrook visitor at
the beginning ol the week. Mr.
Carney has many Iriends in this city
who are always pleased to see him.
The accounts ol J. Derail have
been left with M. A. Macdonald, ol
the Arm ol Harvey, McCarter and
Macdonald, for collection. Those
who are indebted would do well lo
call and settle and thus save
costs. '-It
Wm. Martin, the genial representative of thc Lethbridge brewery, was
in town last week.    On thc first    ol
lune Mr. Martia is leaving the brewery company to engage in business
for himsell. Mr. Martin is a gentleman who improves nn acquaintance
just like the beer tbat he sells.
J. II. McDonald, the well known
mixologist ol the Imperial hotel, has
ielt lor Kingsgate, where he will
manage thc Kingsgate hotel. Mr.
McDonald will make good, because he
is a good fellow, a good business man
and a man who thoroughly understands tbe business. Kingsgate Is
lucky In getting "Mac" for a citizen.
Will    the  person    who picked  up
$11 in a C.P.R. envelope kindly   return it.    Box 88, Citv. 7-lt*
Those who  are looking lor     some
flowering shrub that is absnlotrly
hardy, very pretty and easy to gel,
are recommended to get some ol  tin*
wild svringa  that   grows sn nlenl
lully at Creston.    Manv people  said
that it would not do hen-, hul S   II
Stewart     .Morris is surveying near
Moyie with T. T. MeVittie.
Mrs. A. Leitch vvil
School Trustees    Rogers and    Mc-
C'allum have devoted the dav in making arrangements for carrying on the
selio.il since the burninc ol the school
not receive dur-  building.     The Curling rink building
niB the months ol May and June.       ],as been    secured    and   tlte Sunday
.iirs.   George   Hunter,   ol   Jama;,  scl I     riKim ol    the    Presbyterian
was in the city jestciilay. .church and   in    this way all       the
A. .1. lieliuont is making some iui- classes   will be taken     care ol with
pinvcincnts lo his residence. [possibly the exception of one. School
A carload ot 1'absi Milwaukee beer'"1" •*' opened up in the regular tnan-
arrtved tot A. L. McDcrmot today.
u. MCLeoa, ot waiduct, was in tlic
city this week.
o. ,i. t-cuiiaiu, manager of tiie
Auioiu mine, ot Mo)ie, was in tue
.1.) tasi i uesuay.
0, larrani, o. Marysville, was re-
glsiereu al lae liolcl Lraiiuiooa ye»-
u-iday.
Iiiu entrance class will be heni in
ine I'tesaj tenan ouirnay scuooi ..--...
cuinmeneiug next Monday.
,i. u. iK-iinctt, oi the Scranlon
Lorrcspouuciice sciiooi, is iu vm ••-.-
today.
.tit.tur .Sampson, acting chief pto-
viiiciui consiauiu, ot Ferine, is in luo
city ioaa> conlurring with r- it- Mollis.
win. Uniisby, who lias been living
in me city lor the last live monlua,
tell lasi suntiay loi a tup lo uic un.
country.
conductor Bromluy was in charge
ol passenger trains uns weea. Ilia
new summer unitoriu auds much to
ins already hauusoiiic appearance,
nullum .V ucnsler s new oatn
rooms ate equal lo au> thing ol llie
iviud in luu west. Thoroughly sain-
taty ami clean they should ue well
patronized.
j. Russell, representing thc
eeiuie construction company, ts iu
tne city gelling ready to commence
work on ine new scuool building.
Hood Taylor lias been uansierrcc,
irom lhe Canadian Bank ol toiu-
lllclce, Fernie,  to lite ollice ol     mat
sulution iu this city.
Principal Anderson lost quite a valuable liutaty in the school lire mis
morning. There was also a suiau
uniary uclongtug lo the school wWcn
was, ol course, destroyed.
uusl Audccn, ol mu waeeus botil,
was seen mcasuung the lots on
winch lhe uaud slaad is located, at.u
ti is rumored thai be is euaeavoiint
to        purchase        me propern
lor  the   purpose ol erecting a  note..
llloiuas rilleucl, one ol lbe luc-
incu, uau lue iniaioi mac lo run a
sptae into ms ucci ai me uic this
utoiuiug. Ine wunnd was prompt!)
uressen aud anhou^n me wouuu is a
uud one, no serious results are auiui-
paied.
1, A. McLean died lasi week al
Charloltelowu, prince tdward 1s-
tund. Mr. McLean was me laluc-
iii-taw ol C. p. Hilt, ol uiUcrcsi,
and was wetl known in Cranorou.,
wucrc be itstled several times. It)
a strange co-incidence .ur. Hut s
mother died in Delaware on tbe same
uay as bis father-in-law.
it. H. Dwyer, of shclbourne, ont-,
iias armed in mt city to late
charge ol ibe uudci taking and embalming department ol me cranbrook
co-operative Sioics. Mr. Dwyer i=
an experienced inolllciau and is
luorougniy up-to-dale in the practice
oi his prolession.
Captain Holland, ui the Salvation
Army, leaves ou Sunday lor Toronto,
me cuauge ueing necessary owing to
ill-iicallli. Miss Holland nas been in
cranbrook tea months and during
thai tune has made a great man)
very warm Iriends. When ber neai.n
is regained the captain will return
to British Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R- McLean left
last Tuesday (or Calgary. Mrs. McLean will remain there while Mr. .uc-
U'au takes the boy to Edmonton,
where be will be it-it. witb Mr. and
airs. Dingman. Mr. McLean wo.
then accompany his wife to kan.-
loops, where she -ill enter lbe .Sanitarium lor her health.
The executive ol the Board ol
Trade held a meeting last evening
aud transacted considerable business
ol importance. Among other things
ihey arranged lor the publication oi
a pamphlet that will give information auout Cranbrook and this district. The board is doing good
work and exerting itself to promote
the very best interests ol the community.
I'he "Monarch" stumping machines
placid by Patmore Bros, this spring
among their customers, are proving
to lie exceptionally powerlul and
quickly handled. II you have any
laud to clear, it will pay you to see
them about a "Monarch" without
delay.
Patmore Bros- believe that there is
nothing too good Ior tlie people ot
cranbrook and hate just added to
their line ot go-carts a sample English perambulator, which is a beauty
and splendid value, and Ihey would
Use lo sav that il is an easy matter
to select Irom their stock a suitable
arnage or go-cart ior baby. In
addition to the ordinary line ol carriages they carry a line of the celebrated "Fulton" and "Wagner"
collapsable carts which arc absolutely the best value ou tbe market.
Bring along your Eaton catalogue
and compare values with goods thai
are away above the mail order class.
WANTED—Young lady lor general
office work; knowledge of shorthand
and typewriting necessary. Please
apply Box 2, Cranbrook, B.C.     7-lt
ner next Monday
morning.
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A
UllilUL nittllMi
ipecial meeting ol the i uy Coun-
.ii luoft place last t-iida) e.emug.
inert weic present; Acitug Mayor
ttyau ana Aidcruiun Bam-i, nuul,
ueuucisun, .'.U-..V-.. aud Jonusou.
.,.«...- t.ii ...e...iig was caned     to
jiuci, .,i.  ...  ...acuouald appealed bv-
loie uic v ouucil uu benaii ot luo
noard ol iTadc lo discuss wan them,
in aii inioitu.il manner, me matter oi
bunging u.c Municipal liiiiUltug B)-
l.aw belule the electorate lor a
second lime. ,\u. Macdonald, in a
lew wurus, explained thai it une-
lutcenth oi t-noso entitled to une
signed a petition me bylaw could be
toicd on again at once. Mt. Mae-
iloliald saiu mat lliele was a Idling
uial when this bylaw was belore the
people before there was a gteai deal
oi misunderstanding as lo its meaning uud consequently the Hoard ot
trade would like lu see il once more
bctoic tne electors, provided, ol
thai thv government's otter to
purchase    the city s   share    ol    tlie
tseitt building siill held good.
Acting Mayor Kyau said that the
Government should be communicated
with ami thai lhe Council would in-
lorm the Hoard ol Trade as to the
standing ol the matter. Mr. Mac-
nonald said that ll the terms still
held thv Hoard ul Trade would undertake   to    get lhe   necessary petition
lgtted.
ine meeting was then called to
otder and on lhe motion ol Aldermen
Hunt and Jackson, Bylaw No. 61,
being the Kootenay Telephone Lines,
1 united, Uviaw, was linally passed
and adopted.' Acting Mayor Hyatt
and Alderman Baker not voting.
lhe council then adjourned.
Hulk
THE TRAINS.
Iloskiiw planted a number last year train.
Under the new time card, the regular passenger train (rom the east,
No. 213, will arrive at 12.15 and
leave at 12.25. Tbe regular passenger from the west will arrive at
I'i III and leave at 15.50. Thc east-
hound loeal will leave Cranbrook at
3.80 and arrive at 22.30. The west-
hound Soo-Spokane-Portland train
will arrive at 12.5(1 and leave 13
o'clock. The eastboiind Soo-Spokane-Portland train will arrive at
17,55 and leave at 1H.0S. Tbil
means that all trains arc unchanged
except    the      Snn-SnnkamM'ortlnnd
I lit KACtS
uu nc.ng pushed on tbe
race tia^a ana siauies so as to ua.e
c.eryumig l" rearuness 101 me ...vu
aaa iotti. inquiries ale cuui.iife la
ut every man anu inert seems iu ue
uttie 'uuiiui but mat a nrst-ciass
meeting win be mc result ol the ei-
luits ui me committee, it is pus-
siuie mat a namuer ul novelty ica-
luic-s will be introduced ia Ine way
oi Indian races ol various sinus.
several local nurses are in training
wmcu will, ll is thought, hold laeii
own witit an) oi me imported armies, cianorook has one ot toe
„cs. nail mile regulation tracks in
mt- Canadian West. Uood puises are
being hung out and thc indications
ail point lo an excellent meeting.
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NEW PASTOR FOR CRANBROOK.
Woodstock, May 3.—Rev. W. C.
Ktng, pastor oi Oxlord Baptist
cbunn, mis city, has accepted a call
lu the pastorate ul the First Baptist
cmircb, Cianbrook, B. C.
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IHE JUBILEE StoW-to ARE COMING
Tbe Jubiltt: Singers will be bere
on iuthtlay and weuiiesday, May ntn
and 1-itn. Tbe Jut/ilet isingtrs nave
been here beloie and bave been approved by a Cianbrouk audience, it
U safe lo say tbat tbeir entertainment will be good. They appear at
lbe AudiLoriuiJ4. Don't tail to gel
yuur beats early.
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C. K n. MAKE.S yL'IL'K TIME.
.}. Lt. MiUnde, im. itaidwaie iner-
ehaut, received ttirce cats ut bartt-
u-uc irom Hamilton, Ont., over tbe
l. i'. K. in exactly ten days time,
Hiiu-'ti ib a record breaut-r m tbe
uansiiiii-siou ol Jieigni. tar No.
-oOsU coniaiiied 57-OUU R>f. and cars
N08- Mi'", and 't',i".i contained 7b,-
jii) lbs. Mr. MeBride paid on these
ban something over tj.ow in freight
uul Mas pleased over tbe (act tuat
ttiey were received in uueb short
timt'. Much credit is due to Mr.
Watson J uu, chief clerk in the ofbee
ol the superintendent, who exerted
bimnlf to huiry along tins shipment.
.10K MAKT1N DEKfclATKD.
"Joe" Martin, who jumped into
politic! in Kngland within a few days
ol bis arrival in ibe Old Country,
and became Hie Liberal candidate for
Miatlord-un-Avon, met with a most
inglorious defeat at the election last
Tuesday. Tbe Unionist candidate received 5,374 votes, while Mr. Martm
got only 2,747. Uul this will noi
step Mr. Martin. Ue will be a candidate at lhe very next opportunity.
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REBEKAH BALL.
Last Thursday evening tlie members uf Maple Leaf Kebekah lodge
gave their annual ball at the Auditorium. Thc aflair was a most
pleasant one in every respect and re*
netted credit upon the committees in
charge. Dancing was indulged in until a late hour and refreshments were
served by the ladies in a in-uikT that
brought forth much praise. Tne Ite-
tx-kah-s are to be congratulated upon
the bucccss of their ontoi'tail'tnt-iit.
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CAN FURNISH AFFIDAVIT
That well adjoining the Plncber
Creek Oil Company's property baa
produced over 500 barrels of oil; tod
liy following same strata more wells
at shallow depth can be brought la-
Seems reasonable.
Local people backing this coal oil
enterprise well known. 741 THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
92.00 A VKAK
TIIK PAPER THAT IS READ BY THE PEOPLE
MAY 6, 1909
CRANBROOK HERALD
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
Limited.
tiditor and Manager.
The Herald is worth (IU a year. It
cosls only $2. No man iu Soulli
Kast Kootenay can afford to be without it, aud everyone living outside uf
tbe district, who is interested iu the
progress of this section, shuuld read
it. It publishes the news while it is
news. It is controlled absolutely in
the publishers. No clique, parly ot
individual dictates its policy. It
don't try to please thc people. It's
desire is to publish a newspaper tbat
will be a credit to the community.
.Send iu your subscription and you
will be thankful ever afterward.
Advertising rates ll.uu per inch per
mouth, no more and no less.
Heading matter 15 ceuts per line
to nou. advertisers; 10 cents per line
to regular advertisers.
If you desire to reach tbe people ol
South Kast Kootenay you must advertise in Tbe Herald.
The Herald has a llrst-class job
plant, and its work Is of the best.
Tbe Herald don't want charity. lt
wants a square deal on your job
work. If we can't suit you in quality and price, kick, and send your
work to some Cheap John house In
the east that never spends a cent in
Cranbrook.
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
I, K. E. Simpson, manager ol the
Cranbrook Herald, do hereby state
tbat the pressman's books show, and
tbat 1 have every reason to believe
tbat the circulation ot the Herald tor
the past year has becn 71,€79 copies,
divided as follows:
January, 1IIU8  Ii,li(i.ri
February,   111118    4,7211
March, 1»U8  5,110
April, 11)08   5.U7II
May, 1908     „4,775
June, 1908  -1,081)
July, 1908  5,895
August,   1908   0,89-1
September,   11)08  5.825
October,   19118  8,195
November,   1908    5,375
December, 1908 6,575
Total lor the year 1908 ...71,079
Average monthly circulation..592:i.:i
Average weekly circulation ...1306.47
Subscribed and sworn to betore ine
this 10th day ol February, 1909, at
Cranbrook, B.C.
John Hutchison,
A   Notary   Public  In and   lor   the
County ot Kootenay, British Columbia.
People interested In Fruit •
Lands In South-cast Kootenay should write to
BEALE & ELWELL
V. HVDE BAKER
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
KOOTENAV   INVESTMENT <
CO., Ltd.
F. A. RUSSELL
D. B. DULMAOE
All of Cranbrook, B. C.
V
OBSERVATIONS?
UY THE OLD MAN. t
What the people of Cranbrook want
and demand is u real lire alarm and
not a false alarm. The business men
ol this city are entitled to uu alarm
tbat will notify them when u lire
lias taken place. It is up to tbe
authorities to provldo such an alarm.
Then- will be more market gardening done this year than ever before in
the history of the I'ranbrook district. The reason is thut the market
for fresh vegetables is always increasing and those iu the business
feel sure ol a good market.
It pays lo advertise in thc Herald.
A certain gentleman who bus been
persistently advertising in these
columns told us this week that he
hu<l received inquiries from PenMo
ton, H. C,| und from Latjuaro, Arizona. This shows that the Herald is
read, not only in British Columbia,
but all over the continent.
The lumbermen of Kast Kootenay
have inaugurated a movement tbat
will lead to a permanent organization for the purpose of protecting
tbe timber limits of this district.
Tbe idea is to form an organization
including all lumbermen east of the
Kootenay and extending as far ns
Creston, This organization will provide for lire wardens at their own
expense, who will be placed in the
field for the purpose of doing active
work and prevent the disastrous destruction of timber that has occurred
during tbe summer months for vcars
past. The lumbermen are showing
the proper .spirit in taking thc initiative in Ihis matter, and they are
verv reasonable in their hope that
tlie C.P.R, ami the provincial Government will assist them in their efforts to protect the timber limits of
IhiS district. A. Leitch, of the Easl
Kootenav Lumber company, and P.
Lund, manager of the Crows Nest
Pass Lumber eompanv. called on the
Herald this mi-rning and wive n brief
outline of the plans of the lumbermen to protect the timber limits in
ihis section of the country. Those
on tbe east side of the Kootenav river, who have interests west of the
Kootenay river, will be asked to cooperate with this organization, while
those west of the Kootenay who have'
Interests east of the Kootenay river j
will co-operate with tlie Fernie organization. This movement is a'
most important one aud there is no
dotlbt but that the C.P.K., which!
have large timber interests in tbe
ilistriet, and tlte provincial govern-!
ment, will co-operate with the lumbermen in protecting the timber |
limits during the time that timber |
lires arc liable to occur.
Tbe Herald this week is compelled
lo reduce its size to six pages, owing to thc fact that a large shipment
of paper from the cast has been delayed. The Herald regrets that it is
unable to print the paper in its usual
size, but in our many years of experience in the newspaper business
we have always found it necessary to
have paper to print a paper.
Cianbrook -will have more new
buildings erected this year thau any
year in its history.
The Hoard of Trade is erecting a
sign ut tlie railway station ten feet
wide and twenty feet loug, which will
call the attention of the thousands of
people who will pass through Cranbrook this summer, to the fact that
this citv is the center of -the best agricultural and fruit lands in British
Columbia. The Board of Trade is
doing all in its power to advance the
interests of Cranbrook aud the (lis*
Iriit and is entitled to the support
of every property owner and wage
earner iu Cranbrook.
They are shipping lobsters from
Halifax to the Pacific coast. Lord,
we were of thc opinion that they
Imd enough lobsters there now.
The wind storm last Tuesday put
(he l'Ml!) ladies1 bat out of commission.
There is a campaign on in Vancouver demanding pure milk. Such a
campaign is a good thing in any
community. Thc man that would
sell impure milk is a criminal and
Should receive the attention ot the
authorities.
Wc still persist that this is thc
banana belt. It may have been a
little chilly for a few days, but our
banana crop never looked as well as
this year.
Help make Cranbrook more beautiful.
When you are planting trees plant
fruit trees and thus help demonstrate
the fact that this is a fruit country.
Paint is cheap. McCallum or MeBride will sell you all kinds ot it at
low prices and if properly applied it
will make an old bouse look like a
new one.
Gel tbat lawn started as soon as
possible. A green lawn adds $200
to the value of any residence.
BAND CONCERT
On Monday evening when the City
Hand gave its first recital to the
very great pleasure ol the people, thc
yard engine, .No. 2128, backed up and
coughed and snorted its approval tor
about- a quarter ol an hour. Orpheus
with his lute made thc trees dance,
but it stands as a marvelous compliment that a base, material, Arc-consuming, locomotive should chortle ber
praises ol Mr. Corrlsoa's artists-
even though her applause should spoil
(Inr thc rest ol us) two ol the very
best numbers. It were well it she
had active business in the other end
ol the yard in future when thc band
is playing. Appreciation ol that
kind is a trifle too strenuous when It
spoils good music.
And the music Is good, be it remembered. Heretofore it was a
light tti a finish between thc performers and thc bare action ol accomplishment. And it was mostly a
very bare accomplishment, eked out
by blatant brasslness to hide the
mistakes. Now the music has a
meaning, and the players, one and
nil, have grasped thc meaning and
know how, by real art, to give the
public a reading ol the meaning thai
lies al the back ol the item In hand.
Formerly it was all fortissimo. II
you paint a house all red, you will
liml it bard to paint It redder for
contrast sake. Now we have the
shades, every one ot them, irom the
lightest pianlmisso to the crash that
lifts one (airly oil one's leet. That
music. Some one asked a great
painter once upon a time, wilh what
ne mixed his pigments. He answered, "With brains." That Is the ar-
llcle that Mr. Corrison has induced
our local musicians to tnli their
music with.
This is intended as a warm compliment, where a compliment is tairlv
deserved and tairlv earned. Thc
I braid means tt as such.
The cornet solo by Waller Miller
was n gem and was thoroughly enjoyed hv everyone. The selections
Irom ''Pinafore" and "Southern
Melodies" were among the best ol
manv good numbers.
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WHEN THE   MAY FI.Y SWAHMS.
Whilst lluck Taylor and Thomas
Turlcy were away up the Skookum-
chuck the Herald understands there
was great excitement, when the two
worthies attempted to cross a log
nn thc creek, in which they were
fishing. Thomas Turlcy dc-
lorrcd to "Duck" Taylor's age to
lead the van, and "Buck," who was
nol shod with spiked hoots declined
tin- honor and thought that youth
should he served; between the two
nf them it finally came to a climax
in whltih each decided to go his own
wav, i-e., "Burk" tried to find a lord
ami Thomas E. find stepping stones;
ennsei|iienlly they both got their leet
wet. although "Burk" declares his
lumbago Is gone and Tommr caught
a cold.
CHURCH COLUMN
METHODIST  CHURCH.
.May Utli.
Sergeant-Major Uusiav 1-1. School,
ol the Alberta Hangers, formerly ol
tbe South African Mounted Pollco,
will occupy tho pulpit nt tho Methodist church Sunday morning anil
evening. In tbe morning he will
speak on mission work, us seen by a
soldier among ilu- dwarf tribes nl
tVlrica, In tbe evening he will speak
In lull cavalry uniform uud lecture
un the Conquest nl British Alrlcn by
thu Soldiers ol tho Cross, nsslsted In
tin- Soldlors ul the Sword.
Dn Monday nnd Tuesday evenings.
May luih und I lib, be will exhibit in
llie same place, bis famous museum
uf hunting and war trophies, consisting uf beautiful nature made rubes
Irom the skins ol leopards, linns,
panthers, hyenas, jackals nnd antelopes; also Zulu spears, knobkerries,
Kutlir bows aud arrows, necklaces,
tusks and costumes, The lectures on
Monday and Tuesday will lie on stirring adventures nu hunting, battle,
uud diamond fields. Al tho close oi
each lecture ten young men will be
dressed in native costumes and military uniforms, and a sword drill to
music will close each evening's entertainment. Sword feats will be
given that have made lhe sergeant-
major renowned in three armies.
Admission 35c, children Uic.
HILL & COMPANY
This Stock Must Be
Reduced
METHODIST CHURCH EPWORTH
LEAGUE.
Tuesday last was consecration evening nf the Epworth League and a
very pleasant and profitable evening
was spent, Mis. Powell had charge
ol lhe meet ing and Miss Connolly
gave a very interesting paper on thc
duties nf the home. After thc calling uf the roll twelve new members
were received.
The League meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock prompt. All
young people heartily welcomed.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Tbe Baptist and Presbyterian
churches will bold united services on
Sabbath, first, morning at 11 o'clock
iu the Baptist church; evening at
7.llll o'clock in the Presbyterian
church. Rev. A. Anderson will
preach at hnth services. Everybody
welcome.
KORT STEELE.
(Communicated.)
The ladies ol tlic Presbyterian
church gave a very succcsstul and exceedingly enjoyable concert in the
church on Kriday evening last, April
30th. The programme consisted ol
snugs and Instrumental pieces. The
reputation ol Mr. tire/, us a player is
well established thruughout the district, but this concert introduced lo
tlie public a new performer on the
mandolin, Mr. .1. Larson, jr. It was
also the means of introducing a new
"slur singer," Miss Kelly, whose
voice is a sweet and most pleasing
one. Her songs, "Queen ol the
Earth," and "Come Hack to Erin,"
wen: received with delighted applause by the audience. Mrs. Cham-
ings scored a distinct triumph in ber
snugs, "Whisper and I Shall Hear,"
anil "Sing Mc to Sleep." This was
also the lirst. appearance ol the
Messrs. (inggs brothers in Fort
Steele on a concert platlorm, but
their singing was such as to receive
u hearty encore, and the public will
be glad' In welcome them again and
again. The singing nl the Sunday
School children, so well and carefully
trained bv Mrs. Chamings and Mrs.
Jennings, was a most deeided pleasure lo the very discriminating audience. The object nl tbe concert-
In pay lur certain repairs to the
church, was completely successful. A
hearty vote nl thanks tn all who
took pari in the entertainment closed une nl lbe pleusantest evenings
enjnvcil in a long while by our quiet
liltle town.
GRAND MASTER TO VISIT.
W K. Houston, ol Victoria, Grand
Master ol tbe Free Masons nl British
Columbia, will make his nflirinl visit
In lhe Cranhrook lodge next Tuesdav, the Uth Inst, Owing to the
unfortunate illness nl W. II. Wilson,
the Masler nl the local lodge, Past
Muster S. II. Ilnskins, has been asked bv tbe Muster tn tnke his place as
presiding nllieer. A grcnt deal ol
work will he dune nnd u social session will be a feature ol tho Grand
Master's visit.
t,    OREAT      COLD      STORAGE
PLANT.
The cold storago plant ol P. Burns
A: Co. is so lur advanced that a representative ul lbe Herald was able
lo go through the building and have
eaeh part ol il explained lo Mm.
The structure is ol double brick, wiib
au air spaee, '13x10 fi-i-l in size, assuring insulation. There are two
cold sntage chambers, each 10x20 leet
in size. For the purpose nl making
Ihem heat resisting, they will lie
lined witli two thicknesses ul insiil-
uting paper, then two thicknesses ol
Cabot paper, then two more thicknesses nl insulating paper and finally
witb matched boarding. An ammonia
engine will lurnish tbe cooling element. This will be located in a
property designed engine room. There
is a saiisage kitchen 23x12 in size in
which will be installed the latest
maohlnory. An egg storeroom, about
Hi leet square will also bo a feature
uf the building.
The colli ainnnia pipes will extend
Into lhe butcher shop so thai all
meats will he kept al the proper
temperature at nil times.
The building is practically fireproof,
witli flroprool doors and a roof
which, bv its construction, may be
flooded at any time.
The work has been under the direction id K. Woodyard; nl Fernie, and
to his credit, he It- sulci, that he has
as lar as possible pniplcived loeal
labor     throughout   the construction.
TH B offer to give the people the benefit of our necessities, as the stock must be reduced before the
Ladies' Department is moved to new quarters, has been
eagerly accepted, as the low prices have proven very
attractive. But more goods must be sold, as it is better to
sell at reduced prices than move the stock. This applies to
everything in our big store, and prices have been slashed in
every department. Mr. Hill will return within a week to
superintend the removal of the Dry Goods and Dress Goods,
and the stock must be greatly reduced before that time.
Mr. Hill has so ordered, and says that we are to CUT
PRICES STILL LOWER, so that the goods
may be sold.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE for the big line
of bargains in
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes.
In fact, Everything in the Store
HILL & COMPANY JSS5
McCallum & Co. have had charge ol
the plumbing ol the building. There
is not a better rclrigcrator plant in
the Interior ol British Columbia and
il will be a credit to P. Burns and
Company and Cranbrook.
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AN OLD-TIMER DROPS IN.
George Goldsmith stopped oH here
yesterday nu his way to thc east
from the l.ardeau country. Mr.
Goldsmith says that things In general look very promising lor the
Lardcati Ibis summer. He understands Unit lhe Guggenheim people
aic going to take over the Eva, In
which case there will be something
dning.    The Lucky .lack Is likely to
be I iled In the   near tuture     and
Pittsburg parties will lie here this
summer to look over the Scout, In
which claim Mr. Goldsmith Is Interested iu conjunction with .lohn
Leask, nl   this    city.    Thc Tryoon,
the Silver Dollar and the Silver are
all working. Mr. Goldsmith says
that the time is coming when the
l.ardeau will he a great Iruit country. Mr. Goldsmith expects to return to the west In August.
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A GOOD SHOW.
Thc Eckardts, thc Swiss Bell Ringers, gave a very pleasing entertainment last Tuesday at the Auditorium. It is to be regretted tbat
a lull house did not greet this company, as it was one ol the best musical' aggregations that ever held thc
boards at the Auditorium, but those
who were present thoroughly enjoyed
the performance presented. Thc bell
ringing and the other numbers were
well received and it is the opinion
generally expressed that the Eckardts are the best balanced musical
company Ihat has visited Cranbrook.
The eompanv is en route to Seattle,
where they play a three months  engagement at the big exposition.
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COLEMAN   BOARD      OF   TRADE
GETS BUSY.
The lollowing letter has been addressed to the Postmaster General
by the Coleman Board of Trade. Tbe
Herald is In sympathy with anything
that would Increase the mail facilities ol thc district:
Coleman, Alta., April 22nd, moo.
To the Right Hon. Adolphus Lemieux
Postmaster     General,     Ottawa,
Ottawa, Ont:
Dear Sir: Owing to the growth and
development ol all lines nl trade in
Coleman, and the consequent Increase
of correspondence in connection witli
the sume, ll would be in the interest
ol the people to establish an adcli-
tlnnal mall service. Such service to
be carried mi what is now known as
lhe loeal train,    due at about 11.55
a.m. going east and at about 0 p.m.
going welt.
If there were such an extra mall
service It would facilitate thc receiving and despatching ot the mail, say
ahout twelve hours earlier than is
now thc case, in business matters
this saving ot time ls very important. The train service Is an established tact, and there is only the additional arrangment in dftail for
carrying the mail.
Be it therelore resolved that, The
Coleman Board ot Trade, reaped fully
petition the Postmaster General to
establish this additional mail service
at the earliest possible moment, and
as In duty hound your petitioners
will ever pray.
We are, your obedient servanls,
Coleman Board ol Trade.
 '	
AI Notch Hill a man was n ntly
limil t2!> lor having venison iu bis
possession.
♦
Prices of Prairie Products
Varies   According   to   Quality.    Wc
Buy the Best.
STRICTLY    KRKSII    RANCH
EGGS   25c. doz.
KRESH MADE DAIRY
BUTTER IN BRICKS     22Jc.
LOCAL   KRESH    LAID EGGS
  35c. doz.
PRAIRIE  ROSE   CREAMERY
BUTTER, 35c, 3 lbs.    for ... 05c.
KRESH FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES.
ASIICROKT POTATOES.
G. T. ROGERS
THE   GROCER
CRANBROOK,      ■      ■      B.C.
We Carry   a   Large   Assortment ol
FANCY     CHINA,    hut    Never
Neglect     the     Ordinary
Kitchen Ware:
JOHNSTONE'S HARD STONE
CHINA   CUPS   AND
SAUCERS, per doi *1.00
JOHNSTONE'S HARD STONE
CHINA 7 IN. DINNER
PLATES, per do? U.00
KITCHEN TUMBLERS, per
do/.   85c.
Your Spring Suit
Will Look   thc   Better It Your Feet
Are Suitably Shod.
LADIES' AMERICAN
OXFORDS IN PATENT AND
TAN, LIGHT AND MEDIUM,
HEAVY SOLES,   B. AND C.
LASTS   $4.00 to $5.00
CINDERELLA TAN
OXFORDS   $11.00 to $4.00
McPHERSON'S PATENT AND
KID OXFORDS ... $2.75 to $4.00
WINE COLOR OXFORDS AND
BOOTS   $4.00 and $5.00
$3.00 LADIES' BOOTS, Ior ... 2.00
$4.00 LADIES'   BOOTS, tor ...$2.75 THE   CBANBKOOK   IIKKAL.1)
The 3 Button Sack
No matter what
other styles may
come and go,
many men cling
to this one style—the 3 Button
Sack.
EkfMl
Eatbfc
Wento*
IK) la IM
The Fit-Reform models for
spring show how much style
can be put into Sack Suits.    )7
mmtm
BURNS    BROS.
Cranbrook. B. C
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Canadian Hotel g
One of the pioneer hotels of Cran- J2
brook.   Warm rooms, good meals £J
and a bar stocked with the best ffi
A
m
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fit
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BY A DREAMER
is   not a    friend
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Manitoba Hotel
J. BROWN. PROPRIETOR.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
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The Manitoba in centrally located and lias one ot the beet dlningroottis
in tha eity.  The bar in supplied with the beet ol Mqtiore and Cigars
Read The Herald
Thi'   person    who
will often lived one.
Old men are drunkards because
young men drink.
The hardest wound to heal is the
ono inflicted by a friend.
This world is a bad world only
Inr those who have bad hearts.
We never realize how much wc are
capable oi dninR until tbe test
comes.
The love that never speaks until
it docs it on a grave stone, keeps
si ill tun Icing.
A (good i uic Inr your happiness is
o add tu yntir sum ul contentment,
iililiact Irom yuur aliiuunt ut de-
lies, multiply yuur quality ul religion, and divide yuur percentage by
:>ve.
Unkind words du as much harm as
unkind deeds, many a heart bas been
wounded beyond ' cure hy words;
manv a reputation has been stabbed
tu death hy a lew little words. They
have separated lamilies, parted husbands and wives, and broken the ties
het'.Veen the dearest Iriends.
Thc way tu get the best there is
iu pcuple, is lu give them your best.
Don't expect cithers to be sweet and
polite, and thoughtful, so long as you
Adhere tu the selfish principle that
people must "take you as they lind
yuu." When vuur Iriends begin to
grow careless and disrespectful, stop
and think whether you are not get-
ling back a reflection ol yourself.
While we do not believe in woman
with a capital W, we also do not believe in man with a capital M. In
all things that pertain to home-
keeping the woman should stand supreme. Thus was she ordained by
nature. In all things pertaining to
home-supporting the man should
stand supreme, lor thus was he ordained by nature.
Storms and clouds and rain arc essential, but when they pass away the
bloom ol flowers seem more beautiful, and thc song ol birds more
sweet. "Into each Iile rain in
[all, some days must be dark and
drcarv." Ood in His wisdom designed that there should he night as
well as day, that there should be
shadows as well as sunlight. I'
you ever listen tn the song nl the
lark as came the rainbow inlaid with
crimson and with gold? And then
did von not pause and think, as the
soul'drank in the melody, as the eyes
rested upon the over-banging beauty,
that without the rain, storm and
clouds that preceded, such a realization would never have swept into
yuur lieing?
TIIK ANGEL OK THB HOME,
she dues not make any fuss ab.mi
it, nor ass to have a n-portor at het
cluow. llut her sunny heart oi sell-
forgctttng love will nut let ber bands
he at rest while there is any bit ol
helpful service she can render. II
she can without observation slip the
burnt roll ol undcrcriisl ou her plate
it is done. 11 some one must stay
at liunic when there is a day's outing, she tells, with music iu every
tunc, how glad she will be to lie lelt
quietly behind and have time ail to
licrscli to do ever su many things she
has in mind. And none suspect Irom
word ur tone how great the sacrilice
tu give up   the pleasure.
Her quick eye detects the oversight
or neglect uii the part ol another,
and she quickly hastens to remedy
the matter, careful that none shall
know her hand has made up anotli-
cr's failure, ls a harsh round ot
judgment started by sume ill-advised
criticism? She deftly and tenderly
drops the sweetest possible word Ior
thc criticised one, and switches the
conversation tu other topics.
lie wc not all realize this "angel?
We call her niutlier, wile, sister.    In
thc    glory-land   lliey will call    het
saint.
SONUS IN THE NIOHT.
Very many ul the sweetest joys ol
Christian hearts are songs which have
■n learned in the bitterness ol
al. It is said of a little bird that
will never learn lo sing tbe song
his master will have him sing while
u is light in his cage. He learns a
snatch ul every song he bears, but
will nut learn a full separate melody
nl Ins own. And the master covers
tlic cage unci makes il dark all about
the bird, und then he listens and
learns thc one song that is taught
llm, until his heart is lull ot lt.
Then, ever alter, he sings the song in
the light. With many ol us it is as
with tlic bird. Thc Master has a
sung he wants to teach us, but we
learn uuly a strain ol it, a note here
and there, while wc catch up snstohe<
uf the world's song and sing them
with it. Then he comes and makes
it dark about us, till we learn tbe
sweet melody he would teach us.
Many of the loveliest snngs ol peace
and trust sung bv Hod's children is
the world have been taught in the
darkened chamber ol sorrow.
WHAT WOMEN 1)0 INSTINCTIVE-
LY,
A man cannot do two things at a
time. A woman will broil a steak
and see that tbe eollec does not boll
over, aud watch the cat that she does
not steal tlte remnant of meat on tbe
kitchen table, and dress the youngest
buy and set lbe table, and see to tbe
toast, and stir the oatmeal, and
give tbe orders to the butcher, and
she cun do it all at once and not hall
try. Man has done wonders since
be camo belore the public. He has
navigated the ocean, he has penetrated the mysteries ol the starry heavens, he has harnessed the lightning
ami made it pull street cars and light
thc great cities ol the world. But
he can't find a spool ol red thread
in his wife's work basket; he can't
discover iter pocket in a dress hanging in a closet; he can't hang out
clothes and get them on the line the
right side up; he cannot hold clottics-
pins in his mouth while he is doing
it, either; he cannot lie polite to
sumcliody he bates; he cannot sit in a
rocking chair without hanging the
rockers Into the baseboards; he canned put the tidy on the sola pillow
right side out; lie cannot sew on a
button. In short, he cannot do a
hundred things that women do alums!  instinctively.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
apply to the Superintendent nf Provincial Police, alter thirty days Irom
the lirst appearance ol this notice,
tor a renewal of mv license to sell
intuiicating liquors at the Wardncr
hotel, Wardner, B. C.
R. 11. Bohart.
Dated April 21th, A. I). ISM.    Mt
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
apply to the Superintendent nl Provincial Police, alter thirty days trom
tlte first appearance ul this notice,
lor a renewal ol my license to sell
intoxicating liquors at the Central
hotel, Marysville, B. 0.
Paul Handley.
Dated April 21th, A   Ii. 1909.   e-1t
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
applv to the Superintendent nl Provincial Police, alter thirty davs from
the first appearance nl this notice,
Inr a renewal nl mv license to sell
intoxicating llcuinrs at the Import.*.!
hotel. Fort Steele, B. C.
B. W. Wcrdcn.
Dated April 24th, A. II. 1909,    6-41
HENRYS*
KOOTENAY  LAND   DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Archibald J.
Farquharson, ol the City ol Fetnie,
In the Province ot British Columbia,
Contractor, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-east corner ol Lot Number
Will (known as the Laidlaw purchase) on the west bank ol tbe Elk
River, about li miles from the
Townsite of Morrissey, thence west
40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence cast 30 chains, thence north
20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
thence north 40 chains, thence easl
chains to thc west hank ol the
Elk Itiver, thence south along the
west bank ot said River to the point
of commencement, aud containing 250
acres, more or less,
A. J. Farquharson.
Dated this 23rd day ol April, A. I)
1909. 6-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAV,
SOUTHERN  DIVISION.
Take notice that wc, Irving Hew
ard Cameron Willson, James Mar
tin,       Robert Stanley      Chap
man, ol Cianbrook, B. C, occupations, Agent and Bookkeepers, intend to apply for permission to
Kurchase the lollowing described
inds:
Commencing at a post planted 2(i
cbains east ol the suuth-west corner
of Lot 6422, thenco eust 60 chains,
theuce south 65 cbains, thence west
20 cnains, thence north 20 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north
45 chains to place of commencement.
containing 400 acres.
Irving Ileward Cameron Willson
James Martin
Robert Stanley Chapman,
,       SEEDS
fur thf l-tinn. Qardi
Lawn nr rutiKwruttiii'v.
FRUIT ANO ORNAMENTAL
TREES
drown in thu onl.v part
of th» American Unutfn-
cut uot iiif*'p*tfl wiiii the
pan Jord wale. Our t n>ea
do nut bnve to !><• fumigated 'md coUM-qurotl?
damaiied.
17.">T,it«uCat«lf»m]** Kn-4-
W. J. HENRY   VANCOUVER _
NURSERIES
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, Harry Hamilton MeVittie, ol Cranbrook, B.C.,
occupation. Agent, acting agent lor
Louise May Alkens, ot Cranbrook, 11.
uccupalion, Married Woman, intend tu apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands aud Works lor
permission to purchase the following
described land in East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted
about lour cbains south ol tbe
south-west corner ol Lot 1758, Group
1, East Kootenay, thence west sixty
(60) chains, more or loss, to the east
boundary of Pre-emption Record No.
1017, thence north 40 chains, more or
less, to the St. Mary's River, thence
following the said river down
stream to a point due north nl thc
point ol commencement thence south
twenty-five chains, more or less, to
the place of commencement, containing 300 acres, more or less.
II. H. MeVittie, Agent tor
Louise May Aikins.
Dated this 5th day of March, A. D.
1909. 51-9t
Robert Stanley Chapman
Dated April 15, 1909.
Agent.
5-'Jt
CRANBROOK LANB DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice tbat 1, James Horace
King, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation Physician, intend to applv for
permission to purchase the lollowing
land, situated in Cranbrook District,
District of South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty cbains north of the south-east
corner of Lot No. 6227, thence running north forty-six chains, more or
less, thence east twenty-eight point
eighty-one chains, thence south forty-
six chains, more or less, thence west
twenty-eight point eighty-one chains
more or less, to the point ol commencement, containing one hundred
and thirty acres, more or less.
James Horace King, Locator,
George llungerlord, Agent.
Staked this 31st day ol March,
1909. Mt
WATER NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thut au application will be made to
record the right to store, take, divert, convoy und use water in tlie
Cranbrook Water District Ior mining
purposes:
(u). Tlie name, address and occupation ol the applicant: Chu
Ban (Juan, Miner.
(b). Tbe name ol the stream: Wild
Horse Creek, Tributary W.U.
K. to Kootenay River.
(c). The point ol diversion: About
three-quarters ol a mile below Boulder Creek mouth.
(d). The quantity ol water applied
lor: 390 inches or its equivalent.
(e). The character ol thc proposed
works: Ditch aud flume already constructed, known as
Fisher Ditch.
(I). A reasonably lair and accurate
description ol the premises ou
whieh the water is to be used;
The Fisher Placer Claim.
(g). The purposes ol the proposed
user: Hydraulic Mining.
(I). II for power or mining purposes, then the place where
tlte water is to be returned to
some natural channel: Opposite Fisher Placer claim,
and the difference in altitude
between the point of diversion
and tbe point ol return:
About 80 feet; and it tot mining purposes only, then tbe
number of the Free Miner's
Certificate:   F.M.C. No. 6305.
(j.) The area ot Crown Land intended to be occupied by the
proposed works: None.
(kl. The date ot the posting ot
the notice: 1st April, 1909;
and the date when the application for a license will be
made to the Water Commissioner: 3rd dav ol May, 1999.
(I). The names and addresses ol
any riparian properties or licensees who, ot whose lands
are likely to be affected by
the proposed works, either
above ot below the outlet:
Chu Ban Quan.
CHU BAN QUAN.
Posted this 1st day of April,
1909. 3-tl
PROFESSIONAL
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Supreme and Exchequer Court Agents
Practice in Patent   Office and Before
Railway Commission.
Hon. Charles Murphy, M. P.
Harold Fisher.
W. F. QURD.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK.BRITISH  COLL'MBI,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Nellie May
King, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Married Woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following land, situated in Cranbrook
Land District, District ot South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty (DO) cbains north ot the
north-east corner ol Lot No. 6234!
thence west eighty (80) chains, thence
south twenty (20) chains, more or
less, to the north boundary ol Lot
No. 6233, thence east eighty (80)
chains, thence north twenty (20)
chains, more or less, to thc point of
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or less.
Nellie May King, Locator.
George Hungerford, Agent.
Staked this twenty-sixth day of
April, 1909. 6-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Peter J.
Weber, ol Lethbridge, Alberta, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at the N. W. corner ol
George Coldhird's pre-emption, thence
north to Lot 425, thence east to M.
J. Weber's purchase, thence south to
Ueotge Coldbird's pre-emption, tnence
west to place ot commencement, containing 40 acres, more or less.
Petet J. Weber,
Chas. K. Harris, Locator.
Dated April 21th, 1909. 6-ilt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT  OF  EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat Malcolm Melnnes, of Elkmoutb, B. C, occupa.
tion, Lumberman, intends to apply
fot petmission to purchase tho lollowing described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
tne intersection ol the eastern boundary of ibe rigbt-ol-way of Tbe Crows
Nest Southern Railway, with the
northern boundary ot Lot 123, Group
One, Kootenay District, thence east
along said boundary 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, theuce west to the
eastern boundary of Lot 4142, Group
One, thence south to the south-east
cotnet of Lot 4142, thence west along
the southern boundary of said
Block 4142 to the eastern
boundary ol tbe tlght-ot-way ol the
Crows Nest Southern Railway, thence
south along tho said eastern boundary of said rlght-ol-way to Uic point
of commencement and containing 480
acres, mote ot less.
Malcolm Melnnes, Locator.
Dated April Oth. 1009. Mt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, Beverley Arthur
Carter, ol Cranbrook, B. C, occupation Lumberman, Intend to apply tor
permission to purchase the following
land, situated in Cranbrook District,
District ot South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east cotnet ol Lot No.
6233, thence running west eighty
chains, thence south twenty chains,
more or less, thence east eighty
chains, thence north twenty chains,
more or less, to the point ot commencement, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, more or less.
Beverley Arthur Carter.
Locator,
George Hungerlord, Agent.
Staked this 31st day ot March.
1909. a-itt
MISS HELENA ROLSTON
GRADUATE NURSE
MASSEUSE TELEPHONE 2i
Francis E. Corrison
Biiii.lmiu.ter Oranbrook City Band.
clioirmnciT Kiiui Presbyterian Ch.
Ut.. H Nl His Muiest-'l Royal ».-l.li
Fusiliers.
Teacher of
Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin and Standard
Instruments
CITY ORCHESTRA FURNISHED
PHONE 3*0   ■  ORANBROOK, 11. C.
H. C. C. SALMON
PIANO LESSONS
Lessor.* in Musical Tlieury
SUCl.*,'.  FUNCTIONS   ATTEXDKD
PHONE 32
CRANBROOK,        • B. C.
DRS. KINO & QREE.N,
Physicians and Surgeons.
ODce at Residence.  Armstrong  Ass
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons 1.00 to 10.00
Afternoons •
Evenings • .
Sundays - -
CRANBROOK :l    :l
3.00 to 4.00
7.10 to 1.30
9.30 to   4.10
H    B, C
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to 12 a.m.
1 to   t p.m.
7 to   I p.m.
Offioe In new Reid Block
CRANBROOK        -      -      - B. C.
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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATEI'
Fur lamlly une there is nothing
bo wholesome anil hu pure as
HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
SOLO AT ALL BARS
IT'S BOTTLED AT THE SPIIKiS
|A. H. NESBITTl
Contractor and Builder
!; JOB WORK A SPECIALTY 11
ESTIMATES FURSI8HED AND
PLANS PREPARED
II yon are intending to do any
building, yon cun niuke money
hy consulting with me.
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Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTSACTORS
Our work i- our advertisement, but I
put thin a.l in the Herald to
emphasise it.
. C.
CRANBROOK, B.
Naur Lower Armstrong Avenue
TELEPHONE 11*
THE
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo.  B C.
PAUL ST. JOHN, Proprietor
Sooth-east Kootenay'fl Great
Summer Report
HUNTING AND FISHING
Jest the plaee to spend a lew
davs' vacation
Far stocked with the lieet
limine service tirst-claHB
Comfortable Rooms
W. a BMttr, ran.nl Dir*etor
Cm-brook a C. Phoc. No. 89
B.C. LAND SURVEVORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook and Fort Steele
IRRIGATION ANO RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
J. a. CUMMINOS
I8R10-.TI0N ESaiNEEH
' DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYORS
't.iY„'.'i«8 Cranbrook,B.C. ji
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING ENGINEER
B. C.    and Surveyor
CRANBROOK    •     B. C.
K.C. Bwnnnell, N I. *'., 11 C. L. s.
A. I. Robertson, H. O. I., s.
8WANNELL & R0BEBT30M
liomiiiii.il ate] British Columbia
LAND SURVEVORS
P. O. Drawer 70S VICTORIA. I.C
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN    DIVISION.
TAKE NOTICE that Mathlas J.
Weber, ol Lethbridge, Alberta, occupation, Real Estate Dealer, intends
to apply lor permission to purchase
thc lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 00
chains east ol the S. E. corner ot
Block 125, thence south 70 chains,
thence west 40 chains, to P. It.
1131, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 40 chains, thence north 30
chains, thence cast 80 chains to corner, containing 400 acres, more 01
less,
Mathlas .1. Weber.
Baled 21st day ol April, Itlllll. i III'
J.   W.   RUTLEDGE
VETFRINARV SIMEON
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
College, Toronto, in 18H8.
Graduate    and    Medallist   ol
McKillip's   Veterinary   College,
Chicago, in 1000.
Nine    years'    experience    in
Veterinary practice in Manitoba.
Office at Cnalnek Hotel.
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I WINDERMERE I
NURSERY
Has now a limited
number ol
Young Apple Trees
of tbe varieties specially
selected and suitable for
this district.
1ST CHOICE - 26 CENTS
2ND "  - 20 "
Delivered at Cranbrook
If selected by tbe purchaser-, 1st choice. 20c.;
2nd choice, 16c. Apply to
E. W. HUSTLEY, Nursery] J
near Wllmer- B.C., or
J. HUTCHISON, Cranbrook.B-C.
rHONB'jo. p.o. Boiaur
THE NEW, UP-TO-DATE
ii LIVERY, FEED AND:
SALE STABLE
The Finest Drivers
Up-to-date Rigs
Oood Saddle Morses
HAT M0 Om FM SAll
WM.    KERR
Proprietor    •    CRANBRUOK, B.C.
HANDLEY'S OLD STAND
Provenzano & Sacco
Ganaral Merehante
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     ■     B. C.
CRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE I
President: T. S. U11.1.
Secretary) Gsoaaa Abiiwusth
For iniormation regarding lands '
and agriculture apply lo tlie ,
Secretary, Crnnbrook, 11. (!.
IltMMiMtMmMltli
JOHN   W.   WOLF
BOOT, SHOE ANO
HARNESS MAKER
Old Shoes Made New.
Atl Kinds of Repairing.
Give me a call     ::     ::
OFFICE    •   ARMSTRONO  AVE.
FURS AND HIDES WANTED
I will nay the highest price lot
furs consigned to me at Lethbridge,
Alta., and II the price la not satis-
tactory I will pay express both wayi
and return the sane.
J. Young,
M-tl- P. O. Bas Ha TIIK    OKA N KK( M )lv   UKKA Ll)
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K'iil Katute, Insiirnnce mul Investment  Brokers
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Tlie country is now beginning to dry up, so consider
whether you hnvo sufficient Insurance on your logs, lumber,
.. bay, farm buildings, residence, furniture, store and mill
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BAKER  &  BANFIELD
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
Beg to annouuee that they are now open to give estimates
for Contracts, large or small. All our quotations are reasonable, uud nothing but lirst-class work. Let us quote you
for your building, and compare our prices with all others in
town.
**•.?• *-•» m CRAHBROOK AND HOSMER
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P.  WOODS  & CO.
DEALERS IN
FRESH AND CUBED MEATS AND FISH
HAY  AND   GRAIN
Nu lamlly order too small and no wliolusale order too big to receive
prompt nnd curefill attention.
PHONE  NO.   17
O.   BOX   114
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CRANBROOK, B.C.
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Half-mile from Cranbrook
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Address—-M. Frost, Cranbrook, B. C
ji! The Cosmopolitan
E. H. SMALL
Maiaier
Wlien iu doubt go to the Cos.,
where you  can  get the best of
everything.
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woto decidedly uu lhu uggrcssive
clawing, biting aud growling iu great
shape.
All orilcrH promptly attended to.
DiHtmiFA no object.
Lewis (Ei Rendell
ART DECORATORS
House, Sign, and Coach Painters, Paperhanging, Graining,
Marbleing, Tinting, Kalsomining, Polishing, etc
First Class 'S'ork Guaranteed,
CRANBROOK,        - - B. C.
;'    Tolophones '-M7 unci 10, i.-jt. • p. 0. Box No. 9.
CRESTON
(From the Creston Review.)
At a mooting ot the Creston Power
& Light company, lu-iu ou the abUi
iusl., in tlif company's ollieo, it was
considered, amougst other tilings, tno
offer ut Llie Kootenay Telephone
Lines, Lid., to purchase the plant ol
the compauy, Alter a luug discussion ut tlie pros aud cons, it was
decided that tho company had tou
valuable a proposition to .sell at the
price offered, and the secretary was
instructed tu decline tho offer. Acting on the minutes uf the previous
meeting, tlio urrangomeuls tu raise
tui'tlii'i capital wore eon side led. The
capital is subscribed tor the purpose
ut Installing a 2UU drop awltchboard,
a new metallic circuit, private lines
to those who want them, aud a cuu-
staui 16 hour service each day, including holidays uud Sundays. A
central olllco, with directors' board
room will be constructed, aud the
company will employ a live man,
wliu will uul only lie able tu attend
tu ihi! switchboard, but also will
have the necessary ability to attend
tu the repairs und keep the line always tirst-elass. By this arrangement the people ot Creston will have
a splendid telephone system, and
without doubt one of the finest in
the province. In a few weeks
shall be able tu talk with Spokane,
the towns on the Partite coast, nnd
the towns and cities ot Alberta. We
understand thnt the new arrangement
will lie begun at an earlv date anil
that Mr. It. Smith will he the company's central operator, bookkeeper
and mechanic.
Great activity is now noticeable
among our ranchers. It would surprise many ot the old-timers i! they
journeyed through the vast area now
miller cultivation in this district.
The Kodgers mill is now working
full blast, and a full working crew is
being employed. The Erickson mill
is also working at full strength.
A. C. llaworth, ot the jewelry firm
of Raworth Hros., Cranbrook, was  a
guest of the Munro Tuesday.
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♦ FERNIE |
?wwwwwwwwwwv
(Krom the Fernie Free Press.)
A eat belonging to the Forster
Lumber company, Spunvuud, li. C,
Which passed through the lire which
destroyed Fernie auu swept 111 miles
uf the valley last tall, "Kitty
Nibs," wus found 21 days after tue
lire, almost buried in debris, her fur
burned completely oft, her strength
almost gone—but alive. She was
nursed back to health and beauty.—
Toronto Globe.
A distressing accident occurred at
Waldo iu the Ross-Saskatoon Lumber
company's planing mill un Monday
last which resulted in the death ol a
young man named Adolphu F. Gulbe.
Au one saw the accident, hut it is
surmised that the unfortunate young
man, who was feeding a planer, endeavored to adjust some part of the
machine while iu motion, and some
part of his clothing caught in the
swiftly revolving pulleys, pulling his
body into the machinery. His body
was horribly mutilated and death
was instantaneous. The parents of
the deeeased, who are said lo reside
in Medicine Hat, have been communicated with, but as yet no reply has
been received. Coroner Uleasdell
went down on Tuesday and an inquest was held, the jury bringing in a
verdict of accidental death.
J. V. Spalding had a somewhat
trying time photographing Joe Dick-
eisou's two grizzly cubs in West Fernie on Tuesday. The two gentlemen
holding the bears had a more Interesting time    however, as the Teddies
sltapi
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Trites returned
this week from an extended tour to
Australia, New Zealand, Samoa and
Hawaii. They report having an enjoyable time, the long sea-voyage being somewhat tedious however.
(From the Fernie Ledger.)
Mr. Burusitle, the popular accountant of the Hank ot Commerce, left
last Wednesday morning lor a
month's vacation in the east. Mr.
I lanniugton will he acting accountant
and Mi. Kdwards, who has lately arrived from Cranbrook, will lake the
position as teller.
Mr. .1. (I. McCallum, who has secured lhe contract lor the new pom
ollice was iu the eity on Tuesday,
lie reports that work'will start on
the new building about lhe middle ot
the mouth. Mr. A. .1. Watson represents him iu bis absence.
A Russian named .Jacob '/able was
lound dead in a small shack on Wednesday. Coroner Uleasdell, who in-
vcstkaled the ease, found that some
dozen Russians lived in a shack 12x
is, und it was found that the young
fellow had contracted pneumonia, and
not receiving proper care or attention, death resulted.
(From the Moyie Leader.)
.Miss Maud Uoleu is up from Cranbrook on a visit.
Rev. Hughes was up from Cranbrook the first of the week.
Tim Farrell is laid up with a severe,
attack of rheumatism.
If all goes as expected the Porto
Rico Lumber company will start
sawing logs the lirst ol next week
and the season's run will he bigger
than ever belore. The company has
eight million feet of logs to be worked up into lumber. J. A. Johnston,
the manager, arrived here from Winnipeg Sunday.
This year was a record breaker for
the ice remaining in the lake. It
did not go out of the lower lake until the 27th,, which is at least five
days later than any previous year fur
ten years. Both lakes are now clear
of ice, and the boating season is at
hand.
The wagon road down the valley uf
the Movie river, between Curzon aud
Kingsgate will be finished about June
1st. Tlie .government is doing a
splendid job. There is a good substantial bridge across the river near
Curzon.
Dr. Coffin is at Cranbrook tor a
day or two, and Dr. Asseltlno is attending to his practice.
0. .1. Johnson is down in Arizona
prospecting and writes to lhe Leader
that he has made some good locations.
II. G. Garrett, a barrister who recently located in Cranbrook, is arranging to come to Moyie one day
each week.
Business is rushing at the Happy
Thought Cafe, just south ot the
Morley building. At a recent meeting of the directors of the company
the following officers were elected;
John Wurschmit, president; Walter
Wels, vice-president and manager.
Chas. Diamond was made an honorary member and was unanimously
elected a delegate at large.
Dr. R. 0. Hill and wile, of Washington, D. C, were in Moyie this
week, the guests of Mr. and MrB.
!\ Macdonald. They left Thursday
for thc Coast, and may go as tar
north as Prince Rupert, where they
may decide to locate.
FOREST FIRES
RESULTS    OF     INVESTIGATION
BV   FOREST   EXPERT IN ALBERTA.
Forestry in Western Canada (as
everywhere else) means far more
than the planting ot trees. The
lirst step in forestry is the preservation ol forests already existing, and,
as far as Canada—cast and west
alike—is concerned, that means tlie
Keeping out the tires. Something in
this direction has already heen dune
iu Canada, but much remains to be
done.
Forest fires in thc Rockies, their
effects and means of preventing them
are discussed hy Mr. 11. R. MacMil-
lan. Assistant Inspector of Dominion
Forest Reserves, iu the December issue ol the Canadian Forestry Journal. His article gives the result ot
investigations made by him during
the season of 1000 in tbe Crows Nest
district of Southern Alberta, more
accurately defined as the valley of
the middle lurk ol the Old Man river,
between tbe Livingstone Range and
the western boundary of Alberta.
Originally this whole region was
heavily timbered, so thc reports ol
explorers and other early visitors to
the district say, with thc exception
uf a small'area feiirhtcen square
miles in extent), situated above timber line. "So numerous and so
disastrous have heen the fires following in the wake ol travelers, settlers
and railways," Mr. MacMillan
writes, "that at present, ol the original 212 square miles of forest, only
'i'i square miles remain." Moreover,
the timber which is easiest to get at
is alwavs the first destroyed, and
what is left is situated at high levels and In other places where it is
hard to get at.
Not only has the timber originally
on the land been destroyed, but in
some eases all possibitHv nf producing, without going to an enormous
expense for artificial nlantlne, more
limber (ur anvthlng else) on the land
has been taken away.    In this Crows
Nest valley alone there are, uut of
the 212 square miles of its total
urea, tia .square miles of such laud.
Originally covered by a heavy forest
uf Iir, it is now but'a "puur, gravelly prairie, unfit for agricultural and
of very little use for grazing." Que
lire aluue dues nut usually have this
effect, but "a second or third fire
rarely fails tu kill all the forest reproduction" {i.e., the little trees)
"lo destroy the remaining seed trees,
lo burn oil the upper layer of soil,
and leave a desolate waste," such as
the country just spoken of.
Ou portions of this urea nature has
made a good start toward creating a
new forest. Sixty square miles of
the area are covered by a dense
growth of young trees, the laud si
covered lying iou high on the hillsides and being too ruugh, stony and
gravelly to he lit for agriculture or
valuable Ior grazing. All that this
area requires In order that it may
again ho covered with dense lorcsts
is protection from fire.
Thus (ire protection is obviously
the great need or the region, and the
Department of thu Interior, through
its Forest branch, is devising means
to this end. So far, the measures
used for the protection of forests
from fire in Canada have consisted of
the patrol of the forests by rangers,
who constantly travel through the
forest, keep a lookout for fires (often
discovering and extinguishing in their
beginnings fires which, neglected,
would burn over miles ot territory,
fight fires and warn campers and
travelers ngainst the careless use of
fire. This patrol will, in all probability, form the basis of thc system
of protection eventually put in operation, supplemented hv the use of
"look-outs" and the telephone.
FaiMSAWD liis Hand!
WORKING men and women throughout tho Dominion And that
Zam-Buk Ib the greatest boon they can have as a healer
of accidental outs, burns, and bruises, as well as skin diseases.
Mr. H. G. Purchase conductor on tho Toronto Street Railway,
tells how this great herbal balm benefit;}-! him whon he met
with his accident.
DANCERS OF NEGLECTING
A SORE.
N I vi u neglect a cut or ion,
lio-ivovoi trivial ll may appear.
.11 R
st. Hon
uill
\Wii
timid, Slia ilu-iit-lu it
would n«t right unaided, but It didn't.
Instead, Ulotxl-poiBontag Bel i». She
lays; "I then irlod poultice! ami
un ordinary salvo. Thtwo, however,
Uul not have the desired effect, and,
ur tin' linger beRnn to fester, I hud to
cull in n doctor, who lanced it.
Despite iii-i tun*, however, ii again fostered, -Mid
tin* ointments, liniments, uml other preparations
which lhe doctor gave me seemed absolutely unable
to bring about any relief. We were told ol a case
similar to my own in which Zam-Buk had effected
u cure when everything else had failed, and we,
then-lore decided to give Zam-Buk a trial. It only
needed a few days to show the wisdom of this
step. Tht? bloo'l-poisoning and Inflammation were
minced, and tho pain became less acute. In
under three weeks from first commencing with
Zain-Hiilt the Anger was quite sound again."
Tho trolley pole of his car slipped off
the live wire, and thc ropo wm caught
In the standard. Purchase held on to
the ropo until his hand was pulled up
to tho top of the ear. There it was
hold, and thu rope, pulled through his
Bitgora by the force of the moving oar,
tore und lacoraUid to u shocking extent
three (Iiij'its, tearing several pieces of
flesh compli-lt'ly uwuy. Zain-Buk watt
applied, mid eased the pnln very
quickly. Writing lo tills effect- Mr.
Put-chase says:
" 1 had previously had cKpcripncn of
the healing power of Zam-Buk, and the
way It soothes cuts and injuries. I,
therefore, bound the Angers In Zam-Buk,
and It was most gratifying the way In
which this balm soothed tho pain. Two
days after tho accident the wounds
We.ro closed, and new skin was beginning to form over the top. Each day
I dresBcd tho wounds with Zam-Buk,
and 1 urn now buck again at work with
the hand as sound as ever. To look at
It you would never know It had been
so terribly torn and lacerated.
" I do not think there Is anything to
equal i'.aiii-Huk us a healer of skin
Injuries und dleaaiOB."
WHAT VO'J SHOULD U8I ZAM-BUK FOR.
/.,,,n tilth  rum   /•■■-. tea,   tkin-trtiMims,
fairm«.t»ll»- /  H-.l.nunutve.a ■.«,./*....'-.,
■    30CIETY AND CHURCH    1
• DIRECTORY 1
Cbesoest Lodge No. 3!J
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every    Tuesday at 8 p.m.    at
Fraternity Hall.
.J, B. Henderson, C. C.
J. L. Walker, K. of R. & S.
Visiting  brethren  cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.P.    Key City Lodge
No. 42. Meets every
Monday night at
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
H. White. Wm. Harris,
N. O. Sec'y.
trsnbrook Lodge, No. U
A. P. ft A. M.
(tegular meeting* oq
tkt third Thursday
til ever? month.
Visiting AretVtoD welcomed.
W. H. Wilson, W. M.
12. W. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at 8
p.m., In Carmen's Hall.
F. W. necvn, W. P.
Wm. Anderson, Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1S71
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ol L. F. Hall 2nd  and
ttb Saturday each montk.
Visiting brethren always welcome
Abel Horsman, W. M.
Jos. Wallace, Secretary.
MAPLE LEAF   REBEKAH LODGE
No. 19.
Meets every second   and lourth Wednesday at Fraternity. Hall.
Sojourning Rebekahs   cordially invited.
Mrs. K. P. Simpson, N. G.
Miss A. Hlckenbotham, Sec.
To rtfRafif in the export ol grain
nnd in lhe operation of a rice mill.
T. M. Stevens, of tho Portland Rice
MIMA; rorapaiiy, Portland, Oregon,
hns located In Vancouver ami has
closed arrangements with the C.P.R.
fen- a lease of mo feet of Irontagc on
C.P.R, iiinifi line on Railroad avenue,
mar tho loot ol (lore avenue.
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!: Presbyterian gbiircl)::
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evening    service   at''
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   and    Bible
Class at 3 o'clock
Presbyterian   Guild, Tuesday,
at 8 o'clock
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Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH H. Mcl.EAN, Proprietor
Denier In
All Classes of Secondhand Goods
BUYER OP   PURS
Furniture ol All Kinds, both   ' '
New and Second-hand
;:  Sage's Old Stand, Han- ;;
son Avenue
PHONE 251
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
apply to ihe Superintendent of Provincial Police, allcr thirty days from
tlie fust appearance ol this notice,
lor n renewal nl my license to sell
intoxicating liquors at the North
Star hotel, Kimberley, B. C.
Harry Drew.
Dated April 2Mb, A. D. 1900. Mt
For Fruit and Mixed Farming
640   ACRES
Choice Land for Sale either as a whole
or in quarter sections.
Well watered by Bprings and small lake.    Also water record
on   Sand  Creek.        Government   Wagon   Road   through
property, about 24 miles from Kootenny River and 4 miles
Bouth of Crows Nest Railway.
Price $10 per acre as a whole
Terms— \ Cash, balance in three annual payments:
11 per cent interest.       Saw Logs Reserved.
Apply  T.  G.   PKOCTOR,   NELSON,   B. C.
C r*,i—*i ai*~\
 or/T//VQ
will soon be here and we  are  here
before it with
The Largest and most Up-to-date
line of
WALL   PAPERS,   BURLAPS,
TILES, ETC.
In fact, everything required to make
your home more beautiful. When you
get our prices and know the quality of
our work-WE   GET   THE JOB.
R. G. McPHEE
 Leading   Decorator   —-—■
Comer of Lewis and VanHorne St. Phone 127
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A Bargain for Quick Sale
of Fruit Land.
mtuatt'il liet wtwn 1.11 rzoii and Kingegutr
108 Acres of good Fruit Land
Already
1110 Fruit Tri-eH [limited; alio lull mora
tn I'liitit tliiNH|*i'iiii*. sitimii-ii in bountiful Lower Moji-* Valli\v about; tfM-
mili'H frnm ('iirr.nu nml I1-* milt* from
KiiijiHunti.. Bounded ou south hIiId h)Mj
till- Mujii" ItlVlT fllill tlm W»Ml Mill' ll,Vlhi.
Hpokuiif International Hallway. All
good IIiiMiiiii hand.
(itivfriitni'M tfluni road irtiinu through
tin' Valley thi* H|>rliiK. -■' aeWi ol Hii*
land 1'li'nrwl, n«t ot laud winy to clear,
Beautiful rich noil.
The irciteel nap ever altered
!■ Pralt Laid
Price per Acre $50.00
No Seb-dlvide S5.-i00.00 ipot caih, lor
particular! apply Box IHCranbrook, B.C,
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms with Baths.   'Phone in
every room
Barber Shop on the premieeB,
Thoroughly up-to-date.
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
GEO. P. WEIX8, Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, Manager
TAKE THAT
BACK
But go to the right
place where everything     ii     modern.
X BULLOCK & WEB8TER
The Popular Barber Shop
Open on Simdaj'H for llutlm nml
Klihn-M Irom  la to I o'clock a.m.
JOE MARAP0DI
SHOE SHOP
Knpairini* a Hpooinlty
Aikens Block, Oranbrook
FOR   SALE
Two liouaea near Hcliool—both
rouglicn.t. One house in on a
co nor lot, haa 4 room, and eity
water; the other adjoin, and ha.
eix room, and city water. Five
mintitea from 1'ont Office.
Price for ihe two $1,400
Will sell Btiparately tor 1760.00 and
(700.00 each. Hall ca.h; balance
to .nit.
Apply to
E. H. Reed, Herald Office. TH*   OHANBHOOK   HERALD
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
■KID OFFICE. TORONTO
ESTABLISHED IMT
b. i. walker, prnident I Paid-up Capital, $10.000,000
aikahdeb laird,Grr«r«iM.,n,:!r[ Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
COUNTRY BUSINESS ,c-e,7 <••*■;"•? f^1"" ****** <**
others for the trans.ution of thtir
banking* business.    Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection.
RANKING RY It!! All Accounts mav be opened by mail and
DAI-ininu DI MAIL mon|e8 deposited or withdrawn ia IWi
way with equal facility, iaa
R. T. Brymncr, flanager Cranbrook Branch
REMEMBER THE SIGN
AT THE LITTLE GROCERY STORE
HTItlOTI.y FRESH EGGS
F11ES11 EGGS -      •
.1UST EGG8        •      -      •
40c
10c
Would you be natiefled
with the tett cent egga?
No!    And it's tlte mune
with STRICTLY FIRST
CLAS8 RANGE8, FIR8T
CLA88 RANGES, AND
JUST RANCE8.
Now in the Sask-Alta
Rtinge we offer you the
moHt modern and prae
tiealraugeon theniarket.
A range with Real Improvements that are
Improvements.
A range that doeB not
need a coat of black lead
every few days, but one
that will hold its polish
for   months, and  with
baking and cook ing qua 1*
ities unsurpassed.
Jast as it is the Union Jack on the waving bunting that
makes it the greatest flng on earth, so the imprint of McClary'a
name on a range makes it superior to any other make of
similar goods.
II you have been using''Just Eggs" quit now and come
across with your order,
PATMORE BROS.
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The Intrinsic Value
and usefulness ot Starling Silver Forks and Spoons nnd
Silverware in general, make such anii-lce particularly
appropriate lor Wedding and other Gifts. We have ii
nice assortment ol silver pieces in lhe Irene, Diana, and
Chester patterns, which are all staple nnd can he added
to at any future time.
W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler and
Graduate  Optician
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A 00011 COMBINATION I
Pride of the West Flour
S.t ■.*><> per cwt.
Cotedyke Baking Powder
ioc, ~5c and 75c   a tin
PHONE
■73
J.  HANNING ARnsTR0Nfl
AVENUE
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IMIII
Wedding Presents
A largo assortment ol Silver GoodB ami Oui Glass from
$1.00  TO   330.00 |Ult united.
Also manv not! bargain. In Bngng enl Ring. In a large
variety.   Price, (torn $5.00 TO $400.00
Don'l   loiii..f  wo are apoolttll.i. nl Optical work, ami
already hate a long list ..I tvoll sallsllod customer, in
Oranbrook ami Burroiiiiding district.
RAWORTH   BROS.
O. I'. II. \Vaich Inspectors ORANBROOK, II. 0.
milllllMIIIIIIHIIHHiniMIIIHHHH,
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PH0NEW.,»i.TY  STORE
Gild Standard Manufacturing; Co.'s
TEA, COFFEE, JELLY and BAKING POWDERS
Peace and Happiness will roign supreme in the family
if yon follow our advice and use only ANCHOR BRAND
FLOUR.    Phone for a sample 3 lb. ling Free.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Read The Herald
I COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICES.
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date i intend to apply
to the Honorable Chiel Comnrit-
xloner ol Lands and Works lor a
license to prospect (or coal and
pptroleum on tbe Mlowin-** described lands, situated in the
district ot South East Kootenav. Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles cast ol tbe
O, p. H. survey line ai 31-mile post
and being tlie S. K. corner of Thomas
Livingston's claim, thenco running
eighty eliains north, eighty chains
west, eighty chains south, eighty
chains east, to place ol commencement, making (M0 acres, more or
less.
Thomas Livingston, Locator,
.). Livingston, Aeent.
.1.  Raven,  Witness.
Located   this    5th dav    ol April,
1'KW.
Commencing at a post plunled at
or near three miles east ol the ('. p.
It. survey line at the 88-mile post
ami bring the N. K. corner ol Mrs.
] tin iy llughes' claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
south, eighty chains east, eighty
chains north to place ol commencement, making filtl acres, more or
less.
Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Atrent.
j, Haven, Witness.
Located    this    5th dav     of April,
1*16!).
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
R. survey line at. 32-mile post and
being the \. W. corner o| Fred Bridget's claim, thence running eighty
chains south, eight y chains cast,
eightv chains north, 80 chains west
to place of commencement, malting
610 acres, more or less.
Fred Bridget, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
,1. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th dav    of April,
100ft.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
U. survey line at 31-mile post and
being the N. E. corner of II. Y.
Parker's claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
south', eighty chains east, eighty
chains north to place of commencement, making 640 acres, more or
less.
H. Y. Parker, Locator.
■I. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th day     of April,
1609.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
K. survey line at 34-mile post aad
being the N. W. corner ol Charles
McUugatl's claim, thence running
eighty chains south, eighty chains
cast, eighty chains north, eighty
chains west to place of commencement, making 610 acres, more or
less.
Charles McDugalt, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th dav     ol April,
1908,
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
R, survey line at 34-mile post and
being the S. W. corner of -John
Leask's claim, thence running eighty
chains north, eighty chains east,
eighty chains south, eighty chains
west to place ol commencement, making 610 acres, more or less.
.lohn Leask, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J,  Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th dav    of April
11109.
Commencing   at  n post planted at
or near one   mile east ol thc C. P.
R, survey line   at 35-mile post   and
being    the    N. W. corner   of James
Miles' claim,   thence    running eighty
chains    smith,    eighty     chains east,
eighty chains north, eighty       chains
w est     to   place     of commencement,
making 610 acres, more or less,
-lames Miles, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J,  Raven,  Witness.
Located    this    5th dav     of April,
100ft.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three,miles east of thc C. P.
R. survey line at 35-mile post and
being the N. E. corner of William
Livingston's claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
will ti, eight y chains east, eighty
■bains north to place of commencement, making iufi acres, more or
less.
William Livingston, Locator,
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J, Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th dav    ol April,
1000,
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
It. survev line at 35-mile post and
being the N. W. corner of .Joe Livingston's claim, thence running eighty chains south, eighty chains east,
eighty chains north, eighty chains
west to place ol commencement, making IMA acres, more or less.
.foe Livingston, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
.1.  Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day    ol April.
11)00.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
R. survey line at 32-mile post and
lieing the S. W. corner ol Thomas
Rader's claim, thence running eighty
chains north, eighty chains west,
eighty chains south, eighty cbains
east to place of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Thomas Radcr, Locator.
.L Livingston, Agent.
•I. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day    of April.
1000.
Commencing at a post planted tt
or near three miles east ot the C. P.
R. survey line at 32-milc post ami
being the S. E. corner of James Mcpherson's claim, thence running
eighty chains north, eighty chains
west, eighty chains south, eighty
cbains enst to place of commencement, making 640 acres, more or
less.
James Mcpherson, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located this 5th day of April,
lftOH.
Commencing at a post planted   it
Black
A new
sensation.
fffdlCD pleasure.
r-uB,*-.    I"1*** tig
££ biack
plug.
I **********************!
Rife Hydraulic Rams
Kalse water 80 feet for ttvor-floot ot
full. Satisfaction Qnarunteed. Over
7.HOO in use.   It there if a itrean,
Hpriiii: ur i"in.i within ti mile—
WRITE FM  FREE PUNS
BOOK.
Gd ourFrwTrinl "ff,.r.
!
H.Y.Parker
^■'^■'■^'wwwwwwww******** **********************
I Imperial Bank of Canada \
!! HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO '
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED       -      $10,000,000
or near one mile east of the r. P.'
It. survey line at 35-mile posi and
being the N. B. corner of J. Edgar's claim, theme running eighty
ehains west, eighty chains youth,
eighty eliains east, eighty chains|
north to place of commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
J. Kdgar, Locator.
J. Livingston, AjH'iil.
J.  Haven, Witness
Located    this    51 h dav     •■(  April,
1909, 7-Bt
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT TIIE CITY BY
ASKINO QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
A. Ward, ol Siflon City, was in
town at tbe rod ot last www,
C, B. D. Oattett and C. 11. Pollon
visited Wasa last Friday.
I. S. McEachcrn, til Movie, was in
thc city on Friday.
(I. E. Henderson was in from Hull
Ilivcr last Friday.
No. 1 chicken wheat, hran. sliotts
and chop.—Camphell & Manning.
.lames Joyce, ol Mayook, was in
the city last Saturday.
P. Barr, ol Fort Steele, was in the
city on Sun-l.iy.
Thomas Bates, ol Moyie, was in
town on Saturday.
lames Bates visited Spokane,
Wash., Monday.
Ilazclwood tresh creamery Imtlci,
50c. per Hi.—Camhbell & Manning.
Wm. Kerr went to Spokane last
Monday.
Itohert Kobson, ol Mayook, was a
Cranbrook visitor on Monday.
P. E. Ayre, ol Elko, was a Cranbrook visitor last Monday.
A. Sheppard, ol Wardner, was in
town on Monday.
A. Doyle, ol Fort Steele, wa; ill
the city on Monday.
Wm. Carlin, ol Fort Steele, was in
Cranbrook last Monday.
Constable Adney, ol Wardner, was
in Cranbrook on Monday.
WANTED—Family laundry; also
young ladies' laundry. Apply Mrs.
Chatterlon, Cranbrook, B.C.       li-2t
Mr. DcUrace is in town Irom Phoenix visiting his lamlly.
J. H. Stockton, ol Nelson, was in
Cranbrook but Tuesday.
J. Elma, ol Yahk, was in lown ou
Tuesday.
W. L. Perdy, ol Wardner, was registered at the Royal on Tuesday.
Mrs. F. Derosier, ol .laiiray, was a
Cranbrook visitor this week.
WANTED—A good team. Write,
stating price to F. Qodderis, Cranbrook, B.C. Mt'
Charles Smith and Mrs. Smith, ol
Sirdar, were in tlie eity this week
T. T. MeVittie, B.C.L.S., ol Fort
Steele, waa in the eity on Monday on
his way to Moyie.
VV. H. Eassie, ol Fort Steele, was
registered at the Hotel Cranbrook
last Monday.
We are headquarters lor green vegetables and laney fruits.—Campbell .v.
Manning.
It.   Barnwell,   ol    Winnipeg, Man
general tie and timber agent  ol the
C.P.R., left on Monday lor the west.
Paul Handley, ol Marysville, was
a Cranbrook visitor at tlic beginning
of the week.
Thomas Turley went up the Skook-
umchuck on Monday last lor a fishing
trip.
FOR SALE—Cuthbcrt and Loudon
Ilasplierrv plants, $2,511 per hundred.
0. J. Wigcn, Creston, B.C.        4-7t*
Joseph Brault and wile returned
Irom his trip to the Coast on Thursday list.
II. L. Brown, ot Nelson, representing thc Ashdown Hardware company,
was in the city this week.
SWEET CREAM FOR SALE.
John Brennan. Cranbrook, B.C.   s-2t
C. A. Cock went to Nelson on
Tuesday on business connected with
thc church ol England.
George A. Laurie, ol Creston, was
a guest nt the Royal last Tuesday.
Husbands, it you arc out late some
night take home a box ol l'opham's
chocolates. They are peace-makers.
Sold only by Campbell .v. Manning.
W. H. Bradlord, the Wyclitlc hotel
man, was in Cranbrook last Tuesday.
H. 0, A. Adney, provincial constable at Wardner, was in the eity
on Friday.
F. A. Small, customs olliecr ai
Kingsgate, was In the city on Friday,
P. Lamont. ot the Canada Drug JS
Book company, ol Nelson, was a
Cranbrook visitor on Friday last.
WANTED—To get 15 aeres land,
ploughed. Address Box 785, Cranbrook, B. C. I
The store ol Campbell & Manning
is being rejuvenated by a coat ol
paint.
J. F. Armstrong, Government
agent, was in Fernie at the end of
last week on ollicial business.
David Newell, ot Vancouver, was a
guest at the Hotel Cranbrook lust
Friday.
The store tront of J. 1). MeBride is
getting a spring cleaning in the
shape ot new coat ot paint.
TO RENT—Furnished room, Hanson Ave. Apply It., care Herald ollice. 50-tt
R. D. Bushman, ol Jaltray, was i
Cranhrook visitor at Uic end nt last
week.
E. L. Anderson, ol Moyie, was registered tt thc Cosmopolitan on
Sunday.
Charles Parker, the Cherry Creek
rancher, ih in the city last Mon-
4»7.
********
CRANBROOK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Men employed for all kinds of <
work. We solicit correppondetiec <
witli mill operators and other '
other industries.
RESIDENCE PHONE W. 62
OFFICE PHONE NO. S3.
ADDRESS: P. O.OOXI32
JOHN ARMOUR MANACER
**********************
Undertaking
i'iiIIk Promptly Attended
Dny PI i. Nn. li
Night   „      „  lifltl
R. H. Dwyer
KuiiH'iil  Director uml
KmlialmiT
"STEWART'S":
The LeuiliBK Fruit Slur.' J '
  i i
KKKSII STKAWBKKKIKS UAI1.V < >
LITTUOH  0UOUMBBKS J |
TtlMAlOKM , ,
HAZLBWOOP 1CK t'KKAM i i
STKWART'S FINK CHOCOLATKB
HUGH STEWART   *
Phone 75     •     Armstrong Ave,
Strawberry Plants
For Sale
1 have several varieties of
this district grown straw-
tieny plants, consisting of
MAGOONand SENATOR
DUN LOP, for Bale at
$8.00 per 1000
These plants are the best
that money can buy for
profitable growing, und
they have proven to be
the best of shippers.
EJ.CIayton. Marysville.B.C.
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST
5,000,000
5,000.000
I). R. WILKIE, President.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
.Merchants.
(      Accounts   of   Corporations.   Municipalities,
,, Farmers and Private Individuals invited.
Drafts und Letters of Credit issued, available in any part of
tlie world.
J|      SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT- Special   attention-.
,, given  to Savings Bank Accounts.     Deposits of $l.n0   and J
11 upwards received nnd interest allowed ut current rate from date
] | of deposit.
i! Cranbrook Branch: J. F.M.PINKHAM,Mgr.   ,
********************************************
Clearing: Out
Our stock of   Baby  Buggies, Go Carts,
Wagons, etc.
We are  discontinuing this line and will
sell all at absolute cost.
THIS IS NOT A FAKE SALE.
The Invasion
OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA
by flies,  mosquitoes, and  other
disease   spreading   insects   will
commence this month.
Are you prepared
for defence?
Don't leave the question of
screen doors and windows until
the Hies have comfortably settled
themselves in your house for
the season; but get busy now
and be ready for the
Flying Squadron
We have a large stock of screen
doors and windows of all siies
and all prices, and the quality
is equal to any
Two-Power
Standard
In conclusion we atrongly urge
everyone to protect their houses
from  tbe  insect  peril with our
Dreadnought
SCREEN DOORS AND
WINDOWS
McGALLUM & CO
THE  HARDWARE MEN
CHOICE FARMS FOR SALE
AT OWNERS' PRICE
240   ACRES
One mile from Wyeliffe. four miles from Marysville, and ten miles from Cranbrook. Uood
sized creek runs through place. Half bench
land and covered with scattered timber.
Balance bottom land, with some brush. Ten
acres in crop, ten acres in hay. One hundred
acres fenced.
PRICE.   $12   PER ACRE
Half cash.   Balance to suit.
Fred A. Russell
Office: Opposite Royal Hotel, Cranbrook, B. C.
********************************************
• i
The Best is None Too Good for Our
Customers
Corby's Whisky
Dawson's Whisky
Schlitz Beer
And the Best of Imported Goods
A. C.  Bowness!
I! "
********************************************
Dr. H. E. HALL
DENTIST
The   Expert   Crown   and
Bridge   Worker
Ulliccs over Mr. Short s
Wall      Paper      Store
Armstrong  Ave.,  Cranbrook
j| j |
II Natures  Fertilizer jj
To gtt the best results irom your fruit trees you
must put nourishment into thc ground. Try our
Dried  Blood Fertilizer
Dried  Blood   and  Bone   Mixture
Dried   Tankange
i P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
P. O. BOX 3
PHONE NO. io THE   CUANBROOK   HERALD
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Baker Street, CRANBROOK, B.C.
Our Summer Neckwear is constantly being
replenished in popular priced grades. We offer a
truly surprising array of cool, beautiful Four-in-
Hands, Derbys, Bows, and Windsors for summer
wear.
Prices range from 25c to $1.25
and astonishing values at these figures.
Summer Underwear for Men
Summer Undergarments are offered in complete
sections which include garments in Silk, Lisle
Thread, Balbriggan, Natural Wool, etc.
Balbrigean from $1.00 to $1.50 per Suit
Natural Wool „ 2.50 ,, 7.00 „    „
Silks   •   -     „ 8.00 ,,10.00 ,,    „
Novelties of the highest order just in time for the
warm weather. Serviceable, cool, thin in tissue,
made in desirable shades and weaves. Assortments
are complete.
Beauties at 3 pair for $1.00
Negligee Shirts
The airy, easy Negligee that's ideal for Summer
Wear. We were mighty busy last week unpacking
a big shipment of Shirts. It's a fine big collection of
new snappy, fresh styles. We have them with cuffs
attached and detached, with collars and reversible
collars.
From $1.00 to $3.50
Clothing that Commands Attention
CAHPBBLLB CLOTHING.
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Attractive personal appearance counts for much these days.
It's the well dressed chap who commands attention and secures
preference when ability and other things are equal.
To be well dressed costs little, especially when
CAMPBELLS Ct
at a reasonable price offers such high qualities of style, fit, and finish, with honest wearing values.     We've Suits
from $18.00 TO $30.00 in any of the new attractive Summer Styles which you may prefer, and in beautiful fabrics
and patterns which are duplicated no place else in town.

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