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THE CRAJN BROOK
VOLUMJC   10
CBANBttOOK.   BBITISII  COLUMBIA,   Till ItSDAY.  Al OUST   15.   1907
B   21
AIIVKIITISINO   IN  THIS PAPER  COSTS   YOt    NOTIIISO.   AS IT ALWAYS MRENGS YOU SOMETHING.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
READ Ul I ICE. TOMONTO
B. E. WAMKR, Pr.alilen.
ILEX. LAIRD, G.u.i.l Maiiar.fr
t. H. IRELAND, 8u|r,rlntMll»_t ol
Branch,.
► sr.BLlsllEli IMT
Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, -  113,000,000
THREEiGONE TO DEATH
Engineer   jjurjitroyd. Fireman
BraiKhcs throughout Canada, and in tlie Halted Slates and fcuil_.it
A liliMUAl. HANKING I.USINIiSS TRANSACTED
CUMMtttCIAl  ANi, I ARMSnS' t'AI'LH lliacUUNUDI
  M
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
lKp.fili „f $| .uul upwni'il. received, und Intcrc. allowed at
current rales. The ,.epi,sii,.i- is aub|uel to no delay whatever to
the withdrawal ol the «Imle or uuv portion ul the dcpualt.
Cranbrook lirancli,
F.C. MALPAS, Manager
A Branch of this Bank has been opened at
CRESTON
B.C.
"APPALLING DISASTER
MANY KILLI-D AND INJURED"
811,000.00 in case oi Death.
K 15,00 per week for all kinds uf Accidents.
Fur the small sum of
Twenty-five  Cents
The prolectiun i.t mi cheap lhat nune can aflord to
he without il.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate CRANBROOK, B. C, Insurance
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f .luui rei-e'veil, u >lii|iiueiita(
t DR. WILLIAMS' FLY AND INSECT DESTROYER
X It ian Ui} nlif Com pound thnl will destroy lnsecta and Kiln,
j Use It on your Cattlu mul Hogs.
J llst-ltabonl your Poultry HotifeR,
:it is gnnrtiutee-Ufto prntent lUmea nml Cuttle from Hies anil
vermin; in kill Mer on puttie an.l Iln-*,-; lo exterminate Poultry
IIoiiki- ViMioiu: to I'rit.li.-ite l'.."l Iln----, Cockroneliea ami like lioute-
lioltl pests when um.I neeordln-j to iliieelloiiH,
Cut up in 75c. and $1,50 patented screw top tins
CE. REID a CO.,
THK
DRUI10ISTS
I'li'-M. 71 Dliftvirsini I. iiur specially
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*% Constantly in live wliile awake, fuibjeelcd tn tlie most e\u.-iing       IF
* work, nml the most delienlo ol nnyoi il rgnns nltlie body, Ifl       X
4 11 any wonder that thuy eomotiinop rebel?                                           §
I II yon Biisnocl that ytitn eyes tire rel-elling. ymi BhnuUl have
4 Ilium nUciuled to ;ti oiu*ti,    We e_amine even' mvurnlely,  lit
4, -*lut*8oa correctly, ami cliaTae you n moilernte pri* only,
*    , ,	
1 U*         U       IV If    CHI-            Jeweler und
J TT .    II.    TT IL-ll/ll, Gradu&.a  Opi.u.an
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 ^TTiriTY STORE |i
PHONE St.
We handle only Till-BEST*
_   l-'ANCV AND STAPLE IIROCIiklliS.   Only Ihe Choi-eat Lines $
Slum, till  l'i".,'i,,nB    I'Kli'llllS. Hill, i'mIii, |l 7.- 1*1 M| I'i: Mil. |ii|t,
mi.... »:' lit ami Iff"   llll t:llt:illll If Mlb linaiiiila, 13 7» I I.i.ihi
Unit.) i .wirly.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
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GEM RINGS
Btncluifat<in WiihbIh v.r
oomiirlalne Single, Tlirw
..ill alii
Five
DIAMONDS, BMKKAI.DS, HI'HIKS.
OPALS, l'HAltl.s. SAl'I'IIIHRS,
A.M Kill VS'I'M, ETC,
1 linvi'ti'l a aomh.nat.nl) yon like,
iiiiuli'  ai|.  lur ,vuu
bug
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nlly.
WM F.TATE
•THK JEWELER"
4Mlli-inI Wati*li liiHp-'i-ii.r furl'. I* It
I'roiva Ni'»t Pii n IliviHiun
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FIRE
PROOF    8AFES|;
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9 iliun in   AiuiM'ii'iili uiukeii ninny* , ,
un liiiinl i i
l.i'foi'i,iii',.f in Crnnlirnolr: .''ink '"
MereiintiUt.',,., V. Ilyile llakor, ''
W.    II. Wilnin   nml  Itelil'n  Dry ]
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P.   H.   JOHNSON ]!
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JOB MAKAP0DI
SHOE SHOP
Ke|i.iiriiitf a S|n'eiulty
Aikt'im Bluok, Crnnlirouk
WANTRD-PoBltlon in office l>y
coiniietunt man. flood references.
Apply to A. J. Morgan, Cranbrook,
B.C, U
; Perney and Coal Passer Keel-1
~er.Victims ofj Wrick ]f
Last Monday morning iln* lown ol
Cranbrook wns shocked by the news
that- tlie catrtbound Soo-Spokane train
hail boon wroohed nt Maclood and
ilnee good men had been killod: Benjamin -I. Murgatroyd, tbo engineer,
A 11. Perney, the flremnii.t amt J, J.
Keeler, the eoal passer. A pull was
easi over the town, ami during tbe
forenoon little groups of men oould bo
st'i-n at different places discuss im* the
horrible casualty, Enftfneer Murgatroyd had lived in Cranlirook for
years amt was a great lavor to with
all who knew him, while Fireman
Perney, although having come here
onlv a short time ago, hail won a
host of admiring friends. Mr. Keeler was not so well known, as he was
a comparatively new man. When
the news ' arrived Superintendent
Erickson was notified and arranged
at onee to rush to the scene of the
disaster nn a special, and was accompanied by Acting Trainmaster
Corey. The details of the accident
are presented as follows, by the Macleod Gazette in an extra Issued on the
day it occurred:
Al about li.S0 this morning the Soo-
Spokane Flyer, going east- had just
passed tho Haneyville switch at the
junc'iion northeast of town the engine
.jumped the track, and in a few
seconds a scene of terrible confusion,
with hissing steam, crashing timbers
and (lying dirt was on, and in just
those few seconds three brave men
had lost their lives and dozens more
narrowly escaped death. The baggageman, S. Hoss, (if Winnipeg, came
as near death as a man could and escape unhurt. To the memory of
brave Ben Murgatroyd. of Cran*
brook, the engineer ' of the Flyer,
may all honor to given, tie did not
regain consciousness ami could not
tell his story himself, but the fact
lhat the emergency brake was set,
ami The steam shut off, told the
story in more eloquent words than
nan he depicted with the pen. Ue
undoubtedly could have saved his own
life by leaving his post ami lumping,
hut duly was paramount, ami in con-
sef|iu-j|ce the lives of probably dozens
of people were saved and brave Hen
has gone to His Maker, leaving a
wife and family of five children, ami
a lios't of friends to mourn his untimely taking oft. .lust what caused
the accident cat: hnwlly lie determined
but ti is -iresumcd it was caused hv fl
defective fro*:, as nothing apparently
was wrong with the engine.
When the engine left the track, the
coal passer, who.^c name is unknown
to ibe railroad people here, must
have been either thrown violent I v
from the tender or else he jumped iii
an endeavor to save himself, as his
dead body was found on the south
side of the track, sitting up and
holding a shovel In his hand, about a
roil from tbe scene of the accident.
In falling he must have struck head
foremost and broke his neck.
Probably the saddest, as well as
the most terrible sight, was what
was left of the unfortunate fireman,
Pemey, formerly of Now York, but
lately residing in' Lethbridge. In
ome manner he fell l-rnenth the ten-
ler ami engine ami was lttcrallv
ground to pieces, a fool ami part of
the face being the largest parts of
his Wody found.
Tho engineer, Ben Mnrgalroyd, was
found by Baggageman Hoss, in
engine cab, with one leu caught
neath the overturned engine.
head was badly qrushed ami the
foot nearly severed. Dr. Kennedy
summoned at onee, and the Injured man removed to tho Macleod
general hospital, where everything
possible was done for him. The doctors pronounce the ease hopeless, ami
sny Ihe man cannot possibly rcenvni
hut may live fnr a few hours.
unfortunate man's wHo came up
the freight this morning and i;
at  the hospital with her thing     	
hum! Much sympathy is felt for her
in her sad and hear trend Ing bereavement ,
S, Hoss, the baggageman, is wondering yel how he is still in the
Innd of Uio living. As the unfortunate engineer threw on the emergency
brake ami shut oft' the st**am, the
monster engine almost turned a bacl*
somersniill and ploughed on its side
along the side of the baggage ear, its
huge driving wheels tearing nwav the
limbers of the car ami making it- a
complete wredo. How* young Ross
escaped without a scratch is a miracle, and he has certnlhly cause to
feel thankful. Had the train not
hem stopped just when it was, the
coach next to the baggage ear would
have heen badly wrecked, also, as It
would have been demolished by the
drivers of the huge engine, but to the
fact of lhe reversed brakes nnd that.
the baggage car plunged iuto the
loose gravel, can be given the small
loss of life.
None of (he passengers or train
hands other than the unfortunate
three, were hurt in the least. Some
of the passengers were severely shaken up but none hurt.
C 0. Wright, the jeweler, of Ferine, was in the sleeper next to the
wrecked baggage car, and he and J.
Conran, of Winnipeg, occupied berths
at the forward end of tlie car. "Yon
may Imagine our feelings," sahl Mr.
Wright, "when the terrible crash
came, and in a tew seconds the nose
of the big engine, right up to our
window, tearing and crushing the car
ahead of us. We just shut, our eyes
and thought we were goners, but
thank lhe good Lord we nre still
here."
The bodies of Perney and Keeler
were brought in yesterday on mimner
five in the baggage car and the body
nf Murgatroyd was brought In
Su|ierintendeiit Kriokson's car, accompanied hy ttie sorrowing wife and
'ehllilren. The funeral nf Benjamin
J. Murgatroyd and J. J. Keeler was
[held   this    afternoon at   a o'clock.
TIk* body of A. 11. Perney was tor-
Warded on the afternoon train to
New York State, the home of bis
parents. The funeral was In-hl from
the English church, Rev. Rewclling
officiating, assisted by J. '•' Armstrong, ami was ono of ihe largest
ever held m this ulty, 11 nol Ih*
largest, all of the business houses
ni the city being closed at the time,
Aftei the services, headed hy tho two
hearses, the great procession ..I sympathizing friemls wound thin
ihe English church cemetery
the city, where the remain*
laid to hm. Their was a wi
iiui.il ttiliutes that covered i!
»-ts, and thev came from I
hoods and individuals.
The pail   bearers    for the
were as follows:
J, McLean, C, Iv MeCii
Taylor, II. Robinson, B. Mil-
I-!. Miller.
The pall hearers for lhe ei
welt* as follows:
.1. Roberta,   E, Rol-orts
nock,   M.    Harney,     M.
Yeandle.
It  is   understood    that
Murgatroyd bad Hii.liuu ia.sur
his life, and if this is I rue il     will
provide for his wMo and live children
in a most comfortable manne
ivay t
..the
i l.me
War
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BASEBALL
Two hot. games wero nlaycil this
week botween llie Clerks ami the
Town, lTsiiltinir I'i to II lor the
ili'iks, and the Shops and Offices the
latter vvinnltnj liy a seurc
of III lo
THE SCORE
the
lipids
loft
The
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Clerks
W. DeBwk 	
W. Matliews 	
—. Oil-soil 	
\V, S|ieni'e 	
it. .1. Ilinliiiil! 	
\V. Harriiigton 	
IV.  I.aid.aw 	
Kleleher 	
X. C. McKlnstry
Battery—Spcnco and I
Town
W. lliirton 	
II. ll. Soulc 	
O. .lorp-iiseii 	
.1. Myers 	
M. Miller 	
,1, Henderson 	
.1. Fulton 	
-. Armistiil 	
Vf. I.ainK 	
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Battery—Miller nnd
Umpire—E, II. Small
Clerks 	
Town 	
Shops
•lack iti-ed 	
It. I.owerliy 	
!•:. Johnson 	
s. Mrl.eaii 	
.1. M.'Seil 	
.1. C. Reed 	
A. McPherson 	
R. Koltmier 	
. Fluids 	
Baitety—Reed Bros.
Oli'ues'
W. Harrington 	
tl. Sutherland 	
.1. McDonnell 	
F. McKay 	
II. Wilson 	
Turner 	
Thompson 	
F. Marshall 	
I.  Mi'l'iilliiin 	
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Battery—McCallum and Harrington.
Umpire—las. Bales.
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Simps    1-0 2-1-2*1-0— II
O-ii'os   3-K-0-0-1-5-2-10
OI'KNIN.I
THE      NEW    OPERA
HOUSE
Crnniirook's hcautiiu! new opera
house wus opened last Tuesday even-
by llie Juvenile Bostonians to a
record hroakitnr. house. It has heen
the iiope awl dream ol the people ot
tliis lown to have an opera house iu
keeping with the growth ot the place,
and at last, this hope hns heen more
tlian tiill'ilicd. Messrs. It. !■'.. Beat-
lie, ,1. O. McCallum, Joseph Brault
,i)i)il S. J. Mighton are the men wlio
| displayed the necessary piddle spirit
lo give Cranbrook one of the best
opera houses that can lie lound in the
interior ol Hie province, and the
Herald trusts that they will he amp-
jly rewarded on tlii-ir Investment,
There are lew nien who woulil make
such an investment in a town ol this
sue, ami very lew who wouhl go to
.the expense lhat this company lias in
| swing that what was done in construction anil otuiipmciit wns the
best. As u result Cranhrook has an
opera house that will altorii pleasure
lo Hie |ieople, ami also give a
magnificent assembly room for large
meetings of all kinds, ns well as
balls ami parties on a large scale.
The lack at space in the Herald this
week prevents a detailed description
|oI the house, which will he reserved
until the work is all complete, which
will not he until next week. Oeorgo
la-ask A- Co. have the contract lor
the building.
LABOR DAY LOOKS GOOD
Everything is getting in good shape
for a successful celebration on Labor
Day. Tho committee is doing hard
work and they propose to le;.vo nothing undone to give Cranbrook one
of the best days that it ever had.
Arrangements have been perfected for
special trains from east and west and
on Uie Kimberley branch.
The   booth on the   grounds will be
let   to    the highest bidder.      Scaled ]
bids   will be    received by Secretary
White up to 5 p.m. next. Saturday.
The    Labor   Day conuuitteo    will!
meet regular every Saturday evening
at S    o'clock   In Mighton's hall.     A j
lull     attendance   is n-ipi.-sled     next
Saturday evening. '
ITS NOT THAT SHOW
There has been a report going Uie
louu-ds of the lown that the Ideal
Amusement company lhat bas pitch-
iti   ns tents     west of the 0, P. R,
Hacks,   was  the .same show   lhat had
trouble in Lclhhridge. This is not
iln* case und ihe management regrets
ili.it Ins company should have ueea
subjected to such an injustice Chief
Despatchei Scott verifies tins state*
ment, as he says ihat this company
i.uue from Calgary and did not visit.
I-ethuridge. In this uise Uie report
lias evidently done an injury to tbe
Ideal Amusement company, and the
Herald willingly prints tbis for tbe
benefit oi the people, and to place the
ho,-, management on the tight bide.
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS
Key City Lodte No. -ll!, I. O. U. F.
.< i their regular meeling Monday
night installed otlicers as follows:
Unas. Smith, N. u.
F. H. McKay, Secretary.
.1. Mauuiug, Treasurer.
Wm. Harris, Warden.
U. S. McUouald, Conductor.
P. Haywood, O. O.
Al. 1). Billings, I. G.
V, S. Liddicoatt, K. S. N, G.
UflO, Reese, L. S. N. G.
A. 0. Blaine, R. S. S.
11. White, Chaplain.
II.  Ilu'k'iihothani, Organist.
|| Imperial Bank o! Canada
TWO ADVERTISING TRUTHS
A soap millionaire and an actor
manager were talking business.
"I," said the actor manager, "have
discontinued the use of posters. My
announcements appear in tbe newspapers exclusively. 1 have learned
llial those who don't read the papers*
don't go to the theatre."
"Vou are wise," said the soap
millionaire. "And 1 do like you.
Long since I discarded every lorm ol
advertisement save Uiat ol the press,
iludiiig lhat they who didn't read £
paper had no use lor soap."
NAVY TEA
Roar-Admiral Mead, at a dinner at
Hie Portsmouth navy yard, illumlnaV
nl with a story au interesting discourse on food inspection. "A
sailor," he said, "brought a tin cup
to an inspecting officer and exclaimed: 'Taste this, sir. That is all 1
usk, Just taste it.' Tbe officer
look a sip. 'Well, really, my man,1
he said, * Hi is is not bad soup at all.'
Ves,' said the sailor, bitterly, 'and
et thev want to persuade us, sir,
that it's tea/ "—Ex.
10,000 TELEGRAPHERS OUT
Al tlie present time there are 10,
mm itilegraphers in the States who
have quit and business is being
paralyzed. I'he strike may extend
Canada. At present no tele-
gramB will he taken at tlie local ofliee for any point in the States.
Only flour from
Alberta grown wheat is
I used in maiding our Ws-
! cuits and sweet cakes.
Ask for "The Royal
Blue" line.    If your
grocer will not supply
you write the factory
direct for a trial package free.   Simply
mention his
name
!«5»«r QWiWJUBEfiR.
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CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
tfEST	
'10,000,000
J4,8J0,0OU
*-,~*<M>00
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from date oi deposit,
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch. J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
Are you one of
Our Customers?
If not it will pay you to In* one, We hnve tlie largest a.ul
l>e"rt itook of Drugs. Stationery, etc, in the Kootenay*.
Buy where you
Can Buy Cheapest
and tfet what you usk fur.
WR NEVER SUBSTITUTE
I   Pabst! Pabst! Pabst!
BEER
Ju»t received a CAR uf PABST BOTTLED BEER
The BEER of QUALITY.
I  c_AL. McDERMOT
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and G.ars
CRANBROOK, B. C.       -      •       PHONE 17
ART
PICTURES
AND
PICTURt
FRAMING
BINNING
TO PHOTOGRAPH ER
SUCCESSOR   TO
PREST PHOTO CO.
wc   1
SOCIALIZE
All
BRANCHES
REID
&
CO.
The Big
Store
CRANBROOK, B.C
Purse-Pulling Prices 1
Ladies' Blouses at a Sacrifice
ONETHIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES
Ladies' and Children's Shoes
25 PER CENT. (IFF
A Pile of Ladies' Skirts at Half-
Price
Millinery at HalfPrice
Carpets *\m and Carpet Squares
ALL KIND.S.  '38- i'EH CENT. OFF
Men's Clothing
"FIT REFORM."   25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Children's Clothing at Cost
Remember, this in  a  golden   opportunity   aaiu, but
you havi. no time to lose. 1
TUB   0UANI5I.OOK    HiCItALO
CHANBHOOK  I,ANU DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice Hint Tin- Koss-Saska-
toon Lumber Company, Limited, ol
Waldo, British Columbia, occupation
Lumber Manufaehirers, intend to apply for ;i Bpecial timber license over
the following described lauds:
Commencing .it a post ptantcd at
tbe s. W, corner of Lot 4041; thence
south 4«i chains, thence east 40
chains, thence smith su cha-lns,
thence cast -in cliains, thenco norlh
12(t chains, thence west 80 chains to
place oi commencement, ami containing «i*0 acres, more or less.
Hoss-Saska toon      1 .umber   Company,
Limited,
Per Manlev Hardy Craig, Agent.
Dated July 2*1,  1907. 10-61
CRANBROOK   LAND  IHSTHICT
IHSTHICT OK   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTIIKHN DIVISION
Take notice thai Peler W. Nium-s,
uf Winnipeg, occupation, Clerk, Intends to apply for permission to purchase (be following described land:
Commencing at a post planted one
milt* west of the .sonlli-west corner
ot Lot 41-1-1, ■ Croup 1, ihenee north
Ml chains, thence cast KU chains,
tbenee south Nil chains, ibence west
su chains to point of commencement,
and containing: 010 acres, more or
less.
Peter W, Ninnes, Locator,
Per Prank Fletcher, Agent
Haled .Inly 4,  HI07. 18 Ut.
ORANBUOOK   LAND IHSTHICT
IHSTHICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that The Uosw-Sask-i-
toon Lumber Company, Limited, of
Lumher Manufacturers, Intend to apply tor a special limber license over
Ihe following ilcscrlbed lands:
•Commencing at a post planted ut
the N. W. comer of Lot 020ft; thence
north nlong lb.* west line
of        Lot        77!H 40      chains,
thence west Kill chains,
thence south  Ml cliains, thence    east
IflO chains to the phut, of commencement.
Hnss-Saskatoon     Lumber    Company,
Limited,
Per Manlcy Hardy Crnlg, Alien!.
Dated .luly 21,  III07. 10-IH
CRANBROOK   LAND   IHSTHICT
DISTRICT OP  KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Albert Barnhardt,
of Cur/oil, It. it., occupation, Rancher, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted 4
chains cast of S. W. corner of j're-
Emptioii No. 107U, south of Curzou,
II. ('., thence casl 20 chains, thence
south 45 chains, ibence wesi UU
chains, thence norlb 45 chains lo
point of commencement, am) containing ftO acres, more or less.
Albert Barnhardt.
Dated July 2ft,  1907. 20-91
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that C. A. Gasfcill, of
Kimberley, II. ('., occupation, Lumberman, intends to apply for a special timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod SO
chains north ami 50 chains west of
the south-wesl corner of Lot 1X7U
thence south 128 ehains, thence west
id chains, thence north 128 chains,
theuce east all cliains to place of
beginning, anil containing (140 acres,
mure or less.
C. A. Gnskill, Locator.
Dated July 31, 1007. 20-0t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OK   EAST KOOTEEAY
Take notice that Grant Miller, of
Winnipeg, occupation, Gentleman, intends to apply tor permission to part-has-* the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-west comer 20 cbains west
of Lot 2316, Group 1, thence north
80 chains, thence east. 20 ctuins,
tlience south 80 ehains, thenco west
20 chains to point of commencement,
and    containing HiO    acres, more or
Grant Miller,
Prank Fletcher,  Agent.
Dated July 0, 1007. 20-ftt
ITEMS ABOUT A LIVE TOWN
FROM A LIVE NEWSPAPER
(Kaslo Kootoiiaian)
Despatches from the tropics claim
lhe banana crop is a failure, l'os-
-ibly "Old Man" Simpson, ol the
Herald, can make up lhe shortage
Hum his uutput at Cranbrook.
The C. P. It. is co ii si tie riu-; the project     oi     building a    cua.i'L al      ilk
autiliil Kiteiieiu'i glacier, it i;; au
meal spot loi lourisis, ami lur ex*
leuued new ami mugiiilicunl sccucrj
is unsurpassed. 'Hit- Immense icu
Held is only six hours riilc on nurse*
ick irom Kasio, winch is the    best
ute lo ascend.
Tin- stuff rubberneck observed a
party marching along ttiu sticut h
lew uavs ago with a pacKagc in Ins
jl'ub boobs. ll couiaiueii nimliaii
Ulsu ul some kind or niln-t aim uu uul
_iuu bote Hie cheap Joiitt Tim label.
J nt- earner endeuvurcil lo bitlc u.u
Hum Hie eagle ga/.u oi Uio rubber-
llcc'i, lie     was ashaliieil ol a ew
dcntly.
lu looking hack over Hie old lilcs
of tlio Kooteiiaiau one calibul Help
observing that early day editors in
the Kooleiiays were a set ul ur>
iithiiMaslie sciappcts. leu years
ago there were Uuee weekly papers
published iu this section for overj
une at the present lime. Brother cu-
Itors were not nearly su polite then
ami editorial scraps were iie.pu.ui.
A Nelson journalist nas wont to
refer to a Sainton colcm, as a
"slimy old reptile, ' A Husslanu
pencil pusher was addicted lo Uiu
ii.iljil uf calling this paper "a tlirij
ni.i dish rag," wliile lhe public were
freipieutly informed through these
columns tbat "Uiu editor uf lhe Nci-
son Tribune (now defunct) .s a
liar'' with the liar iu big caps bj
way of emphasis. "Purveyor ut
misinformation," "blackguard sheet,1
'"oiirualistic scrap bag" wen* am.nig
ibe mildest expressions used ami anj
pretext at all lhat would serve as at.
excuse for a scrap was eagerly tvel
coined. All this was leu years old.
Today a kindlier feeling prevails even
timing election limes, and Kuolciiuj
papers arc co-operating earnestly in
the good work ul making public Lhe
resources ol the linest section on
earth.
Buyers of printing do nul always
ieali/.e that the printing press lias
made many fortunes lor advertisers
and bin lew for printers.
At Preston, Kansas, where everything is uf) to date, and the people
are always planning something new.
a shocking thing happened, une ui
the popular society women announced
a "wtlte elephant party.'' Everj
guest was to bring something thai
she cot!Iil not lind any use for, nnil
yet too good to -throw away. The
party would lave been a great success but for the unbooked for development which broke il up. Eleven o(
the nineteen women brought their
husbands.
J. J. A the r loi i, editor uud publisher of the Slocan Mining Review, San-
don, came down horn that camp on
Saturday to sec if he couldiiot make
arrangements to have our band ami
lire department iu attendance at lhe
Silver City's Labor Day. celebration.
The pencil pusher of our up-Hiie-guleh
olem, was frequently taken for the
genial Saiidon brewer, and being a
humorist, Jny-.Iuy look advantage ol
the situation to have some fun.
The orchards in and around town
bear an extraordinary heavy crop
of fruit of all kinds this year and
in spite of vigorous "thinning" operations props to hold the heavy laden
branches up have hid-to be resorted
to. Capt. Angus Campbell has a
little pear tree iu his (rent yard, ami
it has more pears than leaves on It.
There are some Royal Ann cherry
trees in Oeo. Stott's premises, Willi
cherries on as big as small plums.
Similar instances of wonders in the
fruit line might be given till Hie cows
come home. The thousands of
young trees planteil in the spring and
last fall, have shown a muivelous
growth.
WESTERN CANADA TO
HAVE A CHICAGO
SYNOPSIS OP CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds
witfaiu the Kailway Belt in Britisli
Columbia, may he huiuesu-.id-.-il by
any persou who is the sole bead ul a
family, or any male over 18 years ol
Hfc«, to the extent uf one-quarter
seeti(in uf 160 acres, mure ur less.
Euliy must be made personally at
the locul laud ollice lur the district
In which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required lu per-
form tbe conditions connected therewith under une uf lhc following
plana;
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of tbe laud in
each year fur three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If
the father i.s deceased), of the borne*
4leader resides upon a (arm in the
vicinity ot the lain) entered (or, the
iw-uirtnieiiis as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land
owned by him in the vicinity of hit
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satislied by residence upon the said land.
Six mouths' notice in writing
khould be given tu the Commissioner
uf Dominion'Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands may he purchased at
$10 per acre for soft coal and $20
for anthracite. Nut more than 320
acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royally at, the
rate of ten centt. per ton of 2,000
pounds shall be collected on Uie
grown output.
W. W   CORY.
Deputy ut the Minister ot the Interior
INEXHAUSTIBLE   PLOW OF GAS
-EXTENSIVE RAILWAY YARDS
-PRODUCTIVE     DISTRICT
SURROUNDING
Coleridge, Aug. 12.—Only (hose
who have lieen fortunate enough to
Inspect Uie gas well here can form an
idea of the future that is surely to
come to Coleridge. Secretary N. T,
MoLeod, of ttis town, states that lie
has received daily considerable enquiry relating to business openings
aud Industries.
There is not the slightest, doubt
from the operations being carried on
here now by the C. P. R. but that
Coleridge is to be one of lhe main
points nf Hie system. Already extensive yards have been laid mil,
while a ' very expensive drilling rig
Is boring for oil and those who know
state that there is oil enough he*
nealll the gas in large quantities.
spealiing of power, Secretary McLcod states that there is power gas
available today for a thousand Industries. A very rich deposit of tire
clay is located on the edge ot the
town. Much building is arranged lot
and from the amount of capital thai
is already interested in Coleridge, it
is safe to say that great developments will tataa place within the
next few months.
Being at llie junctional point of
the ('rows Nest railway, n line Hat
taps all of Southern Alberta in itself insures a great volume of traffic
then too, four trains on the main line
taking care of the passenger service
and double as many through freights
will he obliged to stop at Coleridge,
either for change of crews or supplies, or engines.
The proliflckness of the soil of the
district surrounding the town of Coleridge has already gone down in history—a territory for bumper crops.
There is yet considerable land open
for settlement and Secretary McLeod
is receiving daily enquiries for thu
book entitled "The Town of Coleridge
and What's Behind It," now being
compiled for free distribution.
COLERIDGE
WANTS  MORE   BUSINESS  MEN
B_e„.*___a
ma
Nowhere in all Alberta, yea, in the whole West, are there such excellent business
opportunities presenting themselves to the wideawake business man as there are
Future of
Coleridge
llch'.ntl Coleridge arc a
number uf wealthy men
who have banded themselves together to push
the town. They bcl'cve,
as everyone does w hu investigates, in the future
of Coleridge, and will
spire no pains or .110.117
to brng about, in Ihe
near future, such 11 degree of industry, progress and enterprise at
Coleridge as will assure
its future and make it
one of the most successful centers iu Western
Canada.
IN  THE   TOWN  OF
COLERIDGE
To men who have ability and small capital the
town of Coleridge, Alberta, with natural gas
well, offers many manufacturing propositions
Business
Opportunities
It will only cost you one
cent to write a postal
card to the Secretary
and get the list of Business openings. It's your
opportunity to establish
yourself at Ihe beginning
of the town that will
soon he lhc largest railway point on lhc main
line of Hie C. P. (-.between Winnipeg and the
Pacific Coast. Eight passenger trains a day will
stop at Coleridge, and all
freights «ill tranship at
this point.
650 POUNDS PRESSURE OF NATURAL GAS
COLCff/DSC AS A RAILWAY CENTRE
B.rruroitg
C OPYR>CH T A PPL/ED FOP
There is a good reason why people are considering Coleridge in preference
to older towns as a MANUFACTURING SITE; Coleridge has an abundance of
Power, Light and Heat=-enough for a million people. Power in the form of gas
is really, generally speaking, most preferable to manufacturers. It is especially
desirable in pottery, brick, moulding, refining, brewing and glass works.
Brick Clay
There is nu finer brick, pottery anil fire clay in the
West than the banks of fine clay which are present
in immense quantities adjoining the town.
You Can Make 300 per cent
The very fact that the price of lots at Coleridge today
is the first price assures the investor that at no future time wiil lots be secured at a lower price, nor
will many days elapse before the Townsite Company
will advance the price on every lot. It is a rational
estimate that lots that are selling today at $150 will
be worth $300 inside of six months.
Besides the price-
being low, the terms
are very reasonable
ir*t*tnc aiul rtally |,'8CCS
the
Price Low
Easy
Purchase of a Lot in
the town of Coleridge
today within the reach of anyone.
Had you not better write the Secretary a postal card and get full information and plan of the lots to choose
from.
ADDRESS DEPT. 123, CARE OF
The Secretary,   Coleridge, Alberta Till:   I ItAM'.HOOK    IIKItALD
m
l*k*Zi
PINCHER CITY
The New
Prairie Town
which is
selling a pace
in rapid
growth that is
puzzling
some of the
Older Towns
to
keep sight of.
WATER   WORKS
An amount sufficient to install an up-to-date Water Works system has been subscribed lor
and the work will be rushed to completion.   Pew, if any, towns of its age are thus equipped.
The new $60,000.00 steel wagon bridge over the Old Man Kiver, 3' miles directly north of
Pineher City, has just been completed, thus connecting a vast, well settled and developed farming
district, with the Elevators, Market and Stores there, which trade previously had to go to flacleod,
*5 miles to the east.   This trade alone would support a fair sized town.
The Crops in the district are admitted to be the best in Alberta this year, which ensures
prosperity for all in the vicinity.
The $15,000.00 new Motel will be ready for business in a couple of weeks. A first-class Blacksmith Shop opens for business this week. A School at an early date is assured. A $3,000.00
Church Is under erection, together with many residences and other buildings.
As an example of its rapid growth, we may state that on April 1st this year there was one store
in Pineher City.   Now there are seven.
A   SMALL   INVESTMENT   WILL   BRING   BIQ   RESULTS
Those who wish to engage in business, or to make a sound and profitable investment would
do well to call and talk it over.
Plans and all Information may be had from
BEALE & EL WELL andl genJraln agents Cranbrook, B, G
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\ QUEEN'S HOTEL
CALGARY,  ALBERTA
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Tliis Hotnl lina iilwuya lioen tl.elemW
ia its Iiui'. nml will In- kupt up In III,.
standard, li yon ivtml i«, meel llu*
people,  ii,. 1,. Hi.. Qimun'a II..ul.
Queen's Hotel. Calgary
11. I.. STKl'IIKXS
I'm, rut KTOH
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KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Dozen  Pints   $2.50
12 inn! t>> (iiiiiiii.'s--'.   Tho fiimst ..H-vorngo tm tin- mnrkot
I'm' family ami labia nst*.    Imparls vigor and
limiltli, iuu) tout's up (In* tally "jeiionilly
JAMLS  KLRRKiAN
Brewor, Omnbrook, 11. .'
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!;  Head Office. Calgary Alta.
Phone 57 ;;
The Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Oood Creamery Butter in 1 lb. rolls
Oood Dairy Butter in Tubs
FIRST-CLASS FRESH EGGS
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ft n
ia
Canadian Hotel
$~t One of the pioneer hotels of Cran- jg
jgj brook.   Warm rooms, good meals jg*
j$ and a bar stocked with the best £
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|Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
CRANBKOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
Take notice thiit The Kin*; Lumber
Mills, Limited, ol Cranhrook, B. 0.,
intend to npply for a Special Tlmhet
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planled
about one mile north-west ol the
mouth        of Little       Lamb
Creels on the north lint*
..( Lot 5*163, tunning north nm
Ihenee east 4u chains, Uienco south
li;o chain.*,, (heme west 40 chiiins to
poini i.f commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
The King   Lumher Mills, Limited,
A. li. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated August 0,  1907. lil-ni
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK   KAST KOOTENAY,
SIM TH DIVISION
Tako notice that The Kim* Lumher
Mills. Limited, of Cranhrook, B. ('.,
literal io apph for a Special Timber
dcenso ovei iiu* following described
lands:
Commencing at a post about ono
milr s.mtlMMsl til Hie mouth of
T.ite Credfl, on tlie east line of Lot
i-162, thence miming east in chains,
llu-iici* north Hi cbains, tlience east
40 eliains, thenco noi Mi SO chains,
ibence west 40 cliains, thenco soutll
in chiiins, Ihence west 4(1 ehains,
Uienco south kii chains to point of
commencement', nnd containing iuu
acres, more or less.
'rin- King  Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. (1. Wilmot, Locator.
Baled  August  5,  1!HI7. 31-Ot
cranbrook land district
ihsthict op  kast kootenay,
south division
TaKe notice llial   The  King  Lumber
Mills. Limited, ot   Craubrook, B. C,
lend to applv foi a Special Timber
License over   tlie following   described
lands:
Commencing at    a    post     planted
limil   tine    mile   south-east   of     the
mouth of Tate Creek mi Ihe east line
d Lot. 51112, Hence running east. 10(1
L'lHI'lllS, thence smith 811 chiiins, ihence
wesi    lib chains,    tbenee   norlh     20
bains, (hence west 20 chuius, thenco
norlh   Hi cbains,     Uience    -west  20
-liains-,   tlience    north   20 chains to
point of commencement, and contain-
in* 610 acres, more or less.
The King  Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. o. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated August 5, 1007. 2t-«t
CKANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrnok, B. C,
intend to applv tor a Special Timber
License over the following described
lands:
Cfttnmcncing at a post planted
ahont, one mile norlh-west nf the
mouth of RaldiU's Knot Creek, on the
mat lino of Lot f-102, Ihenee running
west 160 chains, thence north 40
chains, Ihence east 160 chains, thence
south 40 chains, lo point of commencement, and containing G40 acres,
more or less.
The King   Lumber Mills, Limited,
I A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
1   Dated August 3, 1907. 21-8t
BILL MINER BREAKS .JAIL
Vancouver, Aug. 8.—Hill Miner, the
notorious Kamloops train robber ami
three companions, escaped from the
New Westminster penitentiary at 1
o'olock this afternoon. Up to the
present they have not been captured]
although the neighborhood is aroused
and every possible guard and policeman who can he secured has been
rounded up and pressed into service.
Bill Minor, together with three convicts,. .!. W. Clark, W. J. Woods and
... F. McCIosky, were working in the
penitentiary brick    yard, they uppar-
nily excavated a Imle under the
brick smoke stack and escaped into
mother Held of tho prison grounds.
Although tbis yard is surrounded
with high fencing Hit* fugitives main
i;ii| to scale this and got clear
away.
Their absence was first noted at   4
--lock anil an alarm was Immediately turned in. All tho prisoners at
work iu the grounds were mustered
*.ml marched back to tho penitentiary
nml llie whole force of guards set to
work to find the missing men.
Warden White is away but the sil-
miiion bas been taken charge of l,y
Deputy Warden Bourke.
lu tin* neighborhood of the iail is n
lot of brush. Into which the nun dis-
ppcarod ami this is being thoroughly
searched hy the guards. Every police center in British Columbia nut!
the Sliilt* ot Washington lias been
notified and efforts will bo made to
Apt tire the fugitives as ihey head for
the boundary line.
Bourke staled to press representatives that the escape was due lo neg*
Igenco on tlie part of tho guard
whose duty it was to patrol tho
brickyard. Miner was in for life on
charge of train robbing near Kamloops. Clarke hails from Nanaimo
and was serving a three years' sentence for forgery, of which one year
had expired, while Wood is a Victoria mau nml was serving a similar
period for theft, Ho also had been
in custody a year.
McCIosky was sentenced In Vnn-
■onvt-r for housebreaking ills imu-
Ishmeul was seven years, ol which
he bad served three.
Deputy Warden Bourke is of Ibe
ipinion Ihal Ibe escape must have
been engineered from the outside.
""he crime for whieh Bill Miner was
sentenced was tbe robbery of the O.
P, W. westbound express, five miles
west of Ducks, on the night of May
8, IflOII. He and bis accomplices,
William, alias Shorty Dunn, and
Lewis Golquhon, were captured near
Douglas lake on May II. Dunn was,
like Miner, sentenced by Mr. Justice
Irving to life Imprisonment, while
Colinihoim was given 25 years.
Neither or his pals were with Miner
when lie escaped.
WHALEN IN     WILD RACE     FOR
TRAIN
SPECIAL TRIP FROM   WALLACE
TO SPOKANE COST  $1      A
MILE
Coour A'Alene, l
One of the most oxci
nml varied special
Northwest occurred
The distance coven
Wallace and Spokane,
miles.
The story Is best ti
of Claude Burliiignme
tbe    Coeur  d'Aleuo 1
ilaho, Aug. 8.-
ing, sensational
trips in the
Tuesday night,
il was between
aggregating 110
iltl in ll'e words
, who traversed
ake to Harrison
.uul hack, covering 50 miles of water.
He said:
"T. II. Whalen, a prominent mining
man of Wallace, where he is largely
interested, telephoned to Mr. O'Brien,
manager of the Hotel Idaho, this
(j.ty, Tuesday night, for a fast
launch to meet him at Harrison, and
to arranges for an automobile to take
liim on to Spokane. My launch, the
Clipper, was immediately procured
ami dispatched with all haste to
Harrison, starting at 11 o'clock p.m.
and reaching there at 1 a.m., making
ibe twenty-live miles in two hours.
A wait of two minutes occurred when
Mr. Whalen arrived, having pumped
through the mountain shadows a
hand car the greater distance of 50
miles from Wallace in order to make
connections with the early train leaving Spokane at 6.15 a. m. He left
Wallace, intending to come hy n
railroad velocipede, but it refused to
work, whereupon he arranged for u
relay of horses every 10 miles
through the mountains, when a
friend suggested to take a hand car.
"From Harrison to Coeur d'Alene
fast time was made, the Clipper being rushed to its utmost speed. As
soon as Mr. Whalen reached here,
though cold ami chilled crossing the
lake, he was hurried Into au automobile in waiting, A. S. Bird having
chnrgo, ami arrived in an. abundance*
of time at Spokane to make train
connections, thus completing one of
llm most, successful and sensational
trips ever made at a midnight
hour."
Mr. Whalen was called east by the
living condition of a near relative.
The trip of llu miles is reported to
have cost more than (1 per utile, and
i covered in a little over eight
hours by velocipede, hand car, launch
ami automobile, including all delays.
MOVIE'S BIG PAY BOLL
(Moyie Leader.)
Moyie hns a payroll of $16,500 a
month, <>r a little over $1,500 a
day. Not many mining camps iu
liritisb Columbia can boast ol such a
payroll. Nor are there many camps
mote prosperous. There is not a
vacant house it. the place, and the
hotels arc turning people away every
day. If the town is to grow, more
bouses must be built.
Today the St. Eugene breaks all records, paying out $38,500. There are
400 men on the payroll.
The St. Eugene is probably Uie
most valuable asset of the Consolidated Mining & Smelting company, of
Canada, which also controls tiie
Trail smelter, the War Eagle and
('enter Star ami other properties. On
August lirst the company paid a
dividend of $120,000.
The Consolidated company has a
capital of $5,500,000, In $100
sliiires. Of this amount, up to a
short time since there were issued
48,338 shares1, although it is understood that more of the treasury
shares have now been issued. Dividends have lieen paid quarterly hy
this company, ut the rate ot ten per
cent per annum, and the dividend
paid last week Is the sixth sent out
at twu and one-half per cent per
quarter, and makes a total of about
$714,000 so far paid to shareholders
ol this company.
New ami Strictly First-Class
.American Plan. I2..J0 per tiny up
Telephone 2086
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
Chas. Hartset, Proprietor
Cor. Seymour and Cordova S.n.  ., n    n     *
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Hotel *** &
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0o#d Sunlit ll Coiaecllon
Nearest to railroad aad depot.   Re. accommod..
tkn. for .be public unequalled lo Cranbiook.
Hal ••• (Mt Balk.
Hoggarth & Rollins
 Proprietor, THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
#2.00 A VEAK.
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AUGUST   15,  11107
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Hrillsli if.luml.     Allien.,, hul it
i. nlwnys full uf advertising. When
a newspaper cm deliver lhe goods it
ran gel tho ntlvertistng 'Hie lleralil t.-lls   uli.ii its circulation is and
delivers   lhe    goods.      I I, .it I ho
licrnlil this week,    The people know.
The ,s
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.-Saiidon  Review.
CKANIUtOOK   LAND  DIKTH1CT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
T-iiKe notice Unit Kraiik William
Cieen. of Crnnlironk, 11. ('., oeciipa-
lion. Physician, intend!* to npply foi
.1 special limber license over the following described lands:
N'o, I. Commencing at it post
planted about U miles smith of SI
M.nvs River, in ehains south oi
"S " i.ui     :i;i and hounded on    tho
west by easi lui' 151)2, thence soutll
Kll    ehains,      theuce east   ,Stl     chains.
Uience norlh sit elinlns, thence west
sn elinlns tn point i.f commencement,
and     eonti n.; I:lfl    rrres. more oi
less.
Frank William Oreen.
Da till .luly l.'itlt,  11107. 21-fil
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice thai Frank William
Oreen, of Cranhrook, R. C., occupation, Physician, intends to npply far
a special timber license over the lollowing described lands:
No. 2. Commencing al a post
planted on* mile east of the initial
post of K, VI. Green's Timber Application No. I; tbenee south SO
chiiins, tbenee east 80
chains, tbenee north SO chains, thence
west HO chains to point of commencement, and containing 010 acres-, moro
or less.
Frank William Green.
Dated Julv 15th, 1!)07. IM-lit
-**,»«24 *>-3*a 1 S*i »»«-*£>«*! ***W*te
| OBSERVATIONS   \
% UV THE OLD MAN. «,'
^S^fl-VS-.-a--)-^-..^ .*.■. c t&m*m*tt&44
UOCND TO HE AN  AOR1CI LTt R-
\\.  COt VITA
EMidcnees are accuululating steadily
to show thai Soutll East Kootenay
is hound io ht- .. great agricultural
and fruit country. It has hem demons tra leil thai strawberries will
grow hen* in profusion and of the best
oi llavoi. as this was tlonc the past
year by W. F. Uoran and V. Hyde
Uakcr, an.l was ilmie before hy William Hamilton. This year Mr. Hamilton has uu his ranch just outside
ibe eily, fruil growing in such abundance lhat il is a pleasure to see it.
There are cut rants, gooseberries,
cherries, raspberries, plums, etc., and
much credit is due lo Air. Hamilton
lor wbal ho las accomplished in the
fruit line. Monday T. S. Gill
left at this ollice a box ol English
gooseberries grown on his loi rigid
I ere in town, nml not one ol the
berries was smaller thnn a pigeon
egg, ami many much larger. Monday .lohn la-ash visited Uu- (arm
of E. c. Smith, mi lhc prairie just
north of the Mission .uul only a  few
miles from    Criihl iv, nml relumed
filled with praise ol the possibilities
o( the soil ui liiin (list rn t for agricultural) purposes. Ho said that
potatoes wen- growing then- in a
manner that bo had never seen before, and othei t...,is ns well. He
brought back Willi Imn samples of
wheat and on|a Ihal will compare
with any raised i.n tl.- prairie On
Monday eveniiij- ,1, T. Williams, wlio
bus a home ami two lots on Baker
Hill, showed n Herald represent at ivo
his garden.    The sight "f Hint gnrden
would open  the    eyes ul  | pie     ol
the eastern provinces who tmngino
that all thai can he raised In this
part, ol British Columbia Is pine timber. There Were two rows of peas
so heavy with well filled pods ihnl
tbey were breaking down tl»-ir supports, and potatoes, cnullllnwer,
onions, leitiu.. radishes, heels, cabbage nnd celery, anil .ill growing as
if they wore in n hoi house The
Herald prints llieso fuels, and gives
the names so that ,-nv one rlouliMn**
tho statement can easily verily
everything lhat is snid. Tliere is
more chances for people making
money out ol the soil in Ibis district
than anywhere in lhc west for the
reason thnl the markel is iit-ht here,
It is easy lo sell anything III the
way of touts and trait at Rood
prices, and ihe market wilt coiititmi
to ""row better each year. There is
money made in mining nnd there is
money made in lumbering, bul time
will demonstrate tint nne of lhe
greal Industries nl this section In the
future will he agriculture The land
is hen* in abundance, the soil is all
right ami the climate Is all th.it could
be desired, Lnnds around Kootenay
and Arrow lakes could have been
bought four and live years ago for
one and two dollars an acre, that are
now sel 11 lif- for * 1 imi and $200 an
acre. There -to land around Cranbiook that ean |. • houghl foi SU and
$7 an aero th.lt will lie selling In
three veals foi S2.1 and JSU an aero
If not 'more. The fads of today
support the prophcsi of tomorrow,
Really, now, what  is lhe use of    a
COAI,  AND  I'ETHIH.EUM  NOTICE
No. 1. Take notice that thirty
days alter date we intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works tor a license to prospect
(or coul and petroleum over the following described land, situate in
Block -I5U3, Soulh East Kootenay
district, B. C: Commencing at a
post marked Herbert Morris' N. E.
corner post, planted on the wesi
bank of   the   Flathead    River    and
bout nine miles north ol the International Boundary, Ihence south SU
chains, thence west 8" chains, theuce
uorth SU chains, tlience east Ml
■hains to point of beginning, containing iiiii acres, more or less.
Herbert Morris, Locator.
Located this Lith day of Julv.
1907.
No. 3. Commencing at a post
marked Robert Ford's N. W. corner
post, planted on the west bank of
the Flathead River and about nine
miles north of the International
Boundary, thenco .south ku ehains,
thence north SU chains, thence west
SU chains to point of beginnini*;, containing U10 aeies, more or less.
Rohert Ford,  Locator.
Located this Llth day of July,
1907.
No. 8. Commencing at a posl
marked Fred Ellis's S. W. corner
post, planted on the west hank of tho
Flathead River and about nine miles
north of the International Boundary,
thence north SO chains, thence east
HO chains, theme south HO chains,
tlience west SO chains, to point ot
beginning, containing 11*10 acres, more
or less.
Fred Ellis, Locator.
Located this 13th day of Julv,
11107.
I.
Commencing    at u posl
Uienco east 80 chains, thence south
sn chains, thence west 80 chains to
point ot beginning, containing ti 10
acres, more or less.
Win. Woodward, Locator.
Located  Ihis    15th    day of    Julv,
1907.
No. 8. Commencing at a post
arked Maud Langley's s, !■:. cornei
post, planted on the east side of the
Flathead River and about 11 miles
th i.f the lnternntitin.il Boundarv
tbenee north su chains, Ihenee wesi
su eh.iins, them-e south mi chains
theme oast SO chains to polnl of he
'lulling, containing t> in acres, more m
less.
Maud Lam-lev, Loc'atei
Located this     1Mb   day ol    Julv
1007,
No. I), (-ommencing at a pn-,1
in,ni.nl Adolph Fox's N. E. comer
posl, planted on Ibe west bank nf the
International Boundary, ihence south
HU chains, thenco west 80 chains,
Ihence nol Ih SO ehains, tllOliCC      east
mi chains lo point of beginning, containing u 10 actes, more or less.
Adolph  FOX,  Locator
Located   this    10th   day ol    Julv,
1007,
No. 10. Commencing at a post
marked Wm. Hatter's N. W. corner
liost, planted on Hit- west hank of
the Flathead River and nhoul 13
mill's north of the International
Boundary, theuce south 80 chains,
ihenee ensl Hu chains, theuce uorth
SO chains, thence west 80 ehains to
poinl of beginning, containing (M0
acres, more or loss.
Wm. Batter, Locator.
Located Ibis Kith dav of Julv,
1907.
No. 11. Commencing nt a post
marked Geo. Harris's S. W. corner
post, planted on tbo west bank ol
the Flathead River and ahoul 13
miles north of the International
Boundary, t hence norlh SU elm ins,
tlience east HO chains, Ihence soutll
SO ehains, thence west 80 chains to
point of beginning, containing fi in
acres, more or less.
Geo. Harris, Locator.
Located this Ifith dav of Julv,
1007.
No. 12. Commencing at n posl
marked John Parsons' S. E. corner
post, planted ou the west bank of the
Flathead Kiver and about Ll miles
norlb of the International Boundary,
tbenee north 80 chains, Ihence west
SO chains, tlience soulh SO chains,
thence cast. SO chains to point of
beginning, containing Uio acres, more
or less.
John Parsons, Locater.
Located this 10th day o| July,
1907.
No. 13. CommcniJiiK at a post
marked Alfred J. Hall's S. W. corner
post, planted about 2 miles west of
the Flathead River and about 13
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence norlh SU chains,
theuce east su chains, thenco south
ho chains, thenco west so ehains to
point of beginning, containing Blu
acres, more or less.
Alfred ,1. Hall, Locater.
Located this loth day of July,
1007.
No. M. Commencing at a post
marked John Grey's S. E. corner
post, planted about 2 miles west of
■the Flathead River and about I
miles norlb of tho Internalioii.il
Boundary, thence north SO chains,
ihence west SU chaius, tlience south
SU chains, thenco easi SU chains to
point of beginning, containing 010
acres, more or less.
John Grey, Locater.
Located this Kith day ol Julv,
1907.
No. 15, Commencing at a post
ma Hoed I lush Franco's N. W. corner
post, planted a quarter of a mile
west of the Flathead River and
..hunt I.', miles north of the interim
tioiial Boundary, theuce south Si
chains, thence east 80 chains, thenet
nortli SO ehains, thenco west 80
chains to point of beginning, containing li-10 acres, more or less*.
Hugh France, Locator.
Located this Kith day of Julv,
1007.
No. 16. Commencing at a posl
marked Harry France's S. W. corner
post, planted about one quarter of a
mile west of the Flathead River and
about 1") miles norlh of the Interna*
marked Charles H«dl»T> S. B. cor*  til)Ml noundary,     thenco north
nor post, i^''V'io'>_lhejWest    bank   (.|l|i|ls   1||(l||(i(i -,., M jjj1™   1h(,](,
soulh 80 ehains, thence west sn
chains to point nf beginning, contain
Ing uili acres, more or less.
80  chains, thence east 80 chains   to!   , „,.■,,„,, IJk^tnM?"?' I^at,°5i
point of    beginning,    containing 010   ijff*™ lh™   ,Mh   ** o!   '\fl
acres, more or less.
Charles Hccllgo, Locator,
,,,oT"":l    ""a    ':"h "">'"'    '"'"'.I'M,.   IM,   |-| .',-,.,„.,.:, l,  M.TIi l
I tin- Flathead Itiver aud about nlui
miles north id the International
lloumlnry, theuce north 80 cliains.
theuce w-est HO cliains, thence   south
5.
Commencing
I   IIOSl *"■    ''          T'lU'   "0tl°°        "h't    "''">'
marked Lemuel    1.. Ungley's ,n! !'.. ,?;\,.Y'lHef''"eoiumtolo„crlof,I°!;,lul,
Mmr ml   pl„,l,d,,n,hec.,s.sid,.  j I,U» or   TS»o''to|iros
ul  the  Ha head      Hi er and ..bolt  I      ,„, ,      ,ct,oieu,„   olc,       the
miles   north    ol    the interna lonal  , „.,     deserih'si land, situate    in
loiuidary,    ihenee   south su chains ,„,„.,, ,.,,,.,    H   „    |:,st K()0I    '
.'•ni'ewest SO chaluif  tbenee   no,   ,   ,..,,,,,,.   „. ,-.     r, icnei,,;. al.   a
SO ehains,     Ihenee east HII chains   to   ,. „,  ,,lM|,..,i  i „., p, <. u   i.   . ,.
point ol    beginning, containing     IHU j™'   l^i |,|ttV,t«d   Xul tJ'rote
acres, more or less „,.„,   „,„„.    Klathcad  river     an
i     , an ,"  '' ,1',,"„ ''   'i!i     "'  SIS '"lies ni.iili of the Inlcrnii
l.oeat«l   this    15th day    of   .lulv,   „„„„,    „„, „ry|     H„.|llT   w,.st   kl]
"   '•                            _ ehains,     Ihence      north      SII eliains.
Ihenee      east    SU       eliains,     theliei
No. t>.     Commencing    nl a    post south SO    chains,   to point ol begin-
marked Win. Fisher's N. W.   corner ning.   containing ,ito acres, more   oi
post, planted on the east side of lhe Ims.
Flathead    Itiver and about 11   miles i,,t Proger   Locator
norlh ot the Ijte'rnatlonal Boundary, \   |,,„,,i,.,i    tliis 1.1lh day   ol   .luly.
Ihence south    mi chains, thence   east ,,,,,7
SO ehains,    thence north sn   chains,.! 	
Ihenee west SO ehains   to polnl     of N„    j,   Cominenclng    at   a   post
hegnnlng, containing 610 acres, more |1|.„.|.f(| u0|,,|8 ,,,.f|)k.s N   ,..  ,,ur,1(.t
or less. s| planted about 3 miles west   ol
,      ,  ,    ,,i     ir,,    a ' '•"''•'li'r, the Flathead    Itiver, and about    six
Located   Mils   l.M-ti   day ol   .luly, „,„„    ,„„„, „,    l(l'e     |„tcrn»t.lonal
'""''                                                 , llnuii.hiiy,    Iheiice   west  80   chains,
~-— Ihenee soullt 80 cliains,  thence   east
So.   7.    Commencing   at   a   post sn chains, tlience norlh 80 chains, lo
marked tt'111. Woodward's H. W. cor- point   ol   beginning,    containing lilO
nei post, planted imi the east side nf acres, more or less,
ilhe Flathead   River    and about'    .1 Cloldlo I'ceplcs, Locater.
newspaper    s.ivmi' llial     it has the' miles   north     ot   the     International Located   this    latU   day   of July,
laigest    circulation in Its community 1 Boundary, tlience  north 80    chatni, 1907.
HILL & COMPANY
[TELF.flHAM]
Winnipeg, M.in. Aug. ', 1907
W. Halsall,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Push sates of 20th Century Clothing and
Furniture by making the prices attractive lo
buyers.    Both stocks must be reduced before I
return.   You must keep Bank satisfied during
my absence.
HILL.
In accordance with above instructions
prices will be reduced for next week on
20th Century Clothing   and   Furniture.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
.'I.     Commencing    al a   post
f.l  Wm.  Mc.liiire's S.  W. comer
planted about 1 miles west   ot
.'l.ithcail    River, an.l about   six
nnrlh of the International
liary, thenco east 811 eliains,
1 norlh        811        chains,
e u. si Ml chains, Ihenee south
mis. to polnl of beginning, eon-
tg uiu acres, more or less.
Win. McGuire, Locater.
aleil lllis     Llll,   duy   of   .luly,
1 No. B. Commencing at a post
marked .lohn Devlin's S. E. corner
post, planted about I. miles west ol
the Flathead Itiver, and about 8
miles north of the International
lloumlnry, Ihenee north sn chains,
thence west 80 chains, llieneii soulh
SII chains, tlience cast 811 chains,    to
; point of   beginning,    coulajning   (ito
; aeles, more or less.
.lohn licvlin, Locator.
Located Ihis    l.itli   day id    .luly,
11107.
. 1. Commencing at a post
...I .lohn Hall's N. E. eomer
planted ahoul. 2 miles west ot
Flnlheud    .liver,    and about 8
north of the International
ilary, thence south so cbains,
e west su chains, thence north
ains, Ihence east 80 chains,   to
ol beginning, containing lilll
, inure or less.
.lohn Hall, Locater.
.,!,. I this    1.1th   day     ot July,
Nn. 7. Commencing at n post
marked Franklin Thurmnn's N. I-'..
coiner post, planted about I miles
west of tlm Flathead Itiver und
about 8 miles norlh ol Ihe International Boundary, Ihence south 80
chains, thence west 811 ehains, Iheneii
norlh 80 chains, tbenee east 811
cliains, to point ol beginning, containing Mil acres, mora or less.
Franklin Thnrniaii, Locater.
Located this 13th day uf July,
1907,
post     No   8.    Commencing    nl    a post
 oiner   marked Arthur Perry's S. W. corner
leil about :i miles west of pust, planted about 2 miles west ol
he nulheail River, and about 8 Ibe Flathead River, and about 8
miles nnrlli nf the International mil™ norlb ul lhe International
llouudui-v, tlience south 80 ehains, j Boundary Mne, thence north 80
Ihence west 811 chains, thence north' chains, Ihence cast 811 chains, thence
sn chaius, tlience east 80 chains, lo'soulh 80 chains, thenco west 8.1
point nf beginning, containing .11.1, chains, lo point ot beginning, conacres  more or less. Inlning 010 acres, more or less.
Win. Devlin, Locater.   I Arthur Perry, Locater.
Located   this   13th   day ol   July,     Located   this   1311, day   ol   July,
1807. 11807. lMt
Nn    5.      Commencing al   a
narked Wm.   Devlin's N. E.
lost,  plan
FVNERALS CONDUCTED
SPECIAL ATTBNl'ION
TO THIS WORK
A   VARIED   SELECTION 01' CASKETS
IN STOCK.
CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES
: WOOD FOR SALE
I have ffcnreil machinery fur
saw in-- wttoil, ami am now |>r«*
pa 1 el to contract for Woo.I of any
foiit-ih, i" Iii,k'* or f""11" 'i111111'
titioH.
Out-of-town eontrnctB Bolieito.l.
For further particular*! athlrenn
::R.S.ncNEILLi
CniiiliMiik, 11. C.
Drink Home Beer
It Id Pure
It Is Healthy
It la the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co TI1J- CHANBHOOK   IIKHALI)
LABOR
III
SEPT. 2
1907
MONSTER CELEBRATION
AT CRANBROOK
ABOUT $1,500.00 IN PRIZES
With Some Specials Additional
The Celebration will open in forenoon with a
BIG LABOR PARADE (entirely different from
former years), headed by Brass Band.
Afternoon Sports will be held on Recreation
Grounds, commencing at 1 o'clock.
See posters for particulars.
S. MACDONALD,
President
T. J. DORIS,
1st Vice-President
H. WHITE,
Sec'yTreas.
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I!  THE HEINZ PRODUCTS
ARE FAMED FOR EXCELLENCE
MIXED PICKLES CHAW GERKINS
In s,„ir 01 Sweel
CATSUP HOUSE ItUHSH MANDAI.AY SAUCE
MUSTA11P DI1ESS1NU TOMATO CHUTNEY
SWEET MIXED PICKLES,  GERKINS   AND  LITTLE MIDGETS
BAKED BEAN'S
I'x.elh  Parity
ii G. T. ROGERS' GROCERY STORE. CranbrooK
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CUTLERY       !
Wc hav - the best stock on the Crow.
Please see a few Samples in our
windows.
J. D. McBRIDE
I'liANBHilllK, I'.   C,
******
MIGHTON'S
CIGAR STORE
CIGARS
CIGARETTES
Wholesale and
Retail
S. J. MIGHTON
tiii: TOBAoeoNisr
M|ll|..lll\
5 built.'
i     line
the
Jllsl
'    The spill'  to    the
Standard   Lumber
north oi lown, is h
Willi the advent oi
work is progrcss-ltuc at
rate on the new I'rant
WANTED-Posilion
sawmill.      References t
|ily E. II., care of I lei
J.   Mlghton, of    Wi
wn« in town last  Mi
brother, S. ,1. Mlghton .'md wife
FOR SALE-Large lot with house
partly built, in Rood situation; city
water.    Apply A. li., Herald ollice.   ,
Harry Bradford, of Wyollffo, left.
today for a trip to the coast and
expects to be gone ahoul  len days.
WANTED—A     dining     loom girl;
waj;es j:tr, iiii per month. ■ Applv In-;
tcriiational Hotel. Moyie, U.C. I'll-It'
First-class     room and hoard
en I Ill-lain al a great
rook hotel,
is engineer in
urnished. Ap-
ald ..nice, 21
lodstock, Out.,
nl.iy visil inr; liis
Fi
terms apply
John     Lau
respectable men
Mrs      llovev     (near
He's)
MILCH COWS FOIt
kinds and at prices the
them good Investments,
dale.
WANTED—Polly wilh live hundred
ilollais lo go in with mc on excellent,
real    estate deal. Applv   Hox HII,
Herald. 21*
Patmore Bros, have secured tlie
coutrucl for heating the new Cranbrook hotel hy steam. That Is a
guarantee that tlie wnrk will he done
right.
Nurse Salmon will he ready fur
calls at auy time. Address: general
delivery, Cranhrook, or call at
tlie nortli end ol Vim Ilorne
avenue. _Ht
Stewart Bruce, brother ol Mrs.
I.eVere Hunt, has returned to his
home in Spokane, alter a pleasant
visit in tbis city where he lived at
one time.
FOR SALK—A seven room bouse lu
excellent repair, best ol location, at
a price and on terms that will satisfy
any customer. Address X. Y., care
nl Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Burge went to
Spokane   last   Monday.     Mr. Burge
Il,r lias nut been well for some time and
... P.
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BEDS Springs
;; Waitresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Mats      Linoleums
;| Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLD ON CREDIT
;| Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores, Lid.
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SETTLED   AT   LAST
\ FALLS   VIEW   HOTEL
MAKVSV1LLK, B  C.
4.       I tilt fllilNgi'il |i:iI1i|h.     MllS. .M.   Klt.CI.ISK is   lMO|ini'lull'HK.    'NlltT   ''('il.
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP    ABOUT   THE CITY
BY ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY  PEOPLE.
Hi. Ilaivie, ot Moylo, is in town.
.limit's McNeil visited Fernie yes*
terdny.
T. T. MeVIUio wns in town on
Tuesday.
Qeorgo Hoggarth visil iil Spokane
this week.
Miss Duties, of l-'t'Tiiii*, is a guest oi
Mrs. i*:, H. Small.
Louis Chen-lcr, of Wardner, Iras been
in lown it low days,
C, D, McNab Ims rot ii r noil from
his trip to tlie eoasl.
.1. McNabb ami f.niiily li.iv,> returned fii nn their trip lo tin* oast.
l(. Little, of Fori Steele, was a
t'rnnhrook visitor last Tuesday.
.1. McNabb and family have return-
il from their trip lo tlie coast,
Mr. Anderson, llr principal ut the
schools, is visiting in Calgary,
WANT BO—A dining loom girl at
Queens hotel.     Host nl wages,        lit
F. .1. Smyth, of the Movie Leader,
was in town Monday and Tuesday.
'riit1 water pipe has heen laid lo
the recreation ground!" on ihe hill.
Mis. I). Hurt on and children re-
tiiriied Tuesday Irom a visit to Creston .
WANTED—Woman (or general
housework. Apply Mrs. S. II. Ilos-
klns. 19
-Ins. Tanniniuser, of Fort Steele,
s|ieiit a few hours iu Cranhrook Tuesday,
Kootenay ranges, all sizes, lor all
people, .unI satisfaction lor alt at
Patmore Bros.
V. C. Collins, ol Seattle, traveling
passenger agent of the 0. P. It., was
in Uw eity yesterday,
Wo aim tu give s
Kootenay range ben
statement, as all
more Bros.
Frank Dickenson
evening   from   sp
points iu Witshingti
t-il friends.
nnclitnc
Apply
WANTED-
mouldlng
year round.
& Doot Co,
It. Patmore    went to
day and will he employe
cur hetween  that   eily
llie next two weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. McLnws
nml Miss Wilson, ol
were guests of Mr. i
Erickson Inst Sunday.
Mrs. .1. II. Scott has
hrr visit lo Moose .lav
t-omp.inied hy her Bister;
ninl Kvaitgeline Nevin.
"Monty, the Shine M
barked iu ito news
now keeps for sale
publications of the
That new   cigar case
is proving very popular
to he enlarged very soon
demands of his customei
Barney Miill.tn, who gi
rows such a go In Ferni
in town nr ranging for ,
lest  with Burrows in lb
Miss   Bella   Mornn
pi:
he  has   gone there    to   consult
specialist.
o ii r   in '   "Mick°y   ttHlls, one ol the old time
.ill        v itI0W ellKi"eers, but now muuliig out
B     i, "Im   I of Calgary, came in yesterday to at*
•  J'** tend  the funeral ol the railway men
"-"   Hilled at Macleod.
FOR SALE-Patent refrigerators,
no sweating ot dropping in provision
chamber. New pans put into every
other box to keep provisions cool and
dry.—Joseph Maycock. l8-:it*
William Tarrant,'of Custer, South
Dakota, left for Spokane and poi;
| in Idaho last Tuesday after speudi;.--
returned Tuesday some time up the St. Marvs looking
kane and other after his mineral claim.1*.
,, where ho visit-1 HeVt itmi Mth William Boulton
from Moyie have been     spending
itisfaction. Tlio
is its out iu this
ue satisfied.—Pat-
Experienced man to   run day or two at the Methodist parson-
Steady work  age with Mr. and Mrs. Hughes.   They
brook Sash
20
Nelson Tues-
I on lhe mail
.mil  Kossland
return to their charge today-
Messrs.    A. Lotted, S.  Taylor,  P,
Luml, A. MeDougal, II. It. Wtes. A.
K. Watts, W.   F. Gurd and P.    Han-
bury   were among the   local lumbermen who visited Nelson on Monday.
Bert Boss returned Irom North Bay
last Monday w-lieie he was called   hv
tin- serious illness of his father, Whom
lie left gel ting along as well as could
he expected under the cireuiuslances.
George    McNabb, an   engineer     of
I.eihbi'iilge, and     Fred     Hooney, the
well known hotel   man of that plate,
are in  town    today to attend    the
funeral ol the railroad men who were
the leading killed at Macleod.
Patmore Bros, have just received
of Winnipeg,
SI. Thomas,
nl   Mrs.    0.
■turned from
and was ac-
Mlsscs .losie
has   cin-
t,iiui liusiiiess and
all  of
wm Id
.1 Mighlon's line lut of the popular "Kootenay"
ml will have ranges. If you nre needing a range
in meet the you cannot do better than to in*
.yourself    to a Kootenay, and     your
.Iim Bur- ! satisfaction is guaranteed.
o recently, is I Fruit and vegetables delivered the
tnother eon- same day as picked. Orders taken
is city, | now for melons, tomatoes, cucumbers,
i Lethbridge, peaches, apples, pears, nectarines,
wlm clerked in the post ollice of that plums, cabbage, hrunells, sprouts,
illy lor several years, hits joined the cauliflower, savory, artichokes, also
stall of the OranbtWo post office.      .poultry and   eggs.     Brown &    Wil-
■I. E. Kennedy has been confined to 1lil",,s- Creston, B. 0.
the hospital thi- pnsl week where hei Next Sunday night the subject for
underwent another operation on his discourse in tho Methodist ehureh
injured leg, but il is lining nicely. | will In*: "The Power of a Hand-
Mrs. II. OhllaiHls, of Fernie, is in shake." Bible classes for men and
the city u guest al the Cosmopolitan women at il o'clock every Sunday
with her husband, who has the eon- afternoon to which all are welcome.
tract for the C. I'. R. sewer in this 0|>eti air service .it 8.45, weather
city. | permitting.     A harvest festival   will
It is not uu easy mailer to decor- Im- held in September, all who have
ate a hardware. window so thai it gardens are requested to send some-
will look attractive, hut there is an thing to decorate the church willi
'artist  who accomplishes Ihis tlllBcult  on this    ncvasion,    the flowers    ami
Thomas Stark returned Tuesday | feat ut .1. D. McBride's store. The
from a well earned vucalion which j one they have this week is unique
wat- spent at the coast. and attractive.
fruit will to sold on the lollowing
day. Save the specimen vegetables
land Iruits for this event.
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For Your Sunday Dinner
A Nice Roast of Veal or a
Leg ol Lamb ?
Fresh EgK«
Government Creamery Butler
P. BURNS <& CO., Ltd.
PHONE NO. iu
Blueberries
$2.75 per basket
THIS WEEK
PHONE
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ART1STRONO .
J. HAMMING 4S
B. H. SHORT <& CO.
The Painters and Decorators
Large Stock of Latest Designs and Colorings
in Wall Papers
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FOR PAINTINIi, ETC.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone III      ARMSTRONG AVENUE  P.O. Box 33
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Whim you buy moats it, hot weather. We pay
particular attention to this feature of our business.
That ia why people depend ti[>oii ua for the beat at
thi* season of the year.
. CRANBROOK,
CALGARY CATTLE CO.'TS
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His   News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned irom Newspapers
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J ELKO AND TOHAC ;;
|        CO PLAINS
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(Kiuiu oui  owu correspondent)
What's the limttei with Klko1 She's
all right.
The Klko baseball learn went to
'Kerala August fith, lo compote for
Hie $180,00 hung up l.v the Kcrnie
■\ iJilet iu asst 'in t li ui, \\ hioh should
disband uml reorganize quickci than a
spring lamb can iump a thlslle. It
they ever expert pcoplu hum othei
'towns to palii-iiue then sports, tbey
want to iui thai grabhei element out
out altogether, T.iU- and put tbem
in Hit* river—even il a docs spoil the
fishing.
closing down    and heing unable    to  Leader
procure cars nnrt not knowing    when
the mill would start up again,     Mr.
lliiestou   was induced to    accept his
present position.
When Fernie came
'tbey were treated
town could give.     V
Pernio they were ti
yellow   linn's,       Mul
pect from a hit
, Klk.. .lulv _s,
i the best ' the
i<n Klko went to
ted worse than
lut can you ex-
ilibers who   are
W. ('. I.eacey left Monday, August
5th, lor New Westminster and now-
old Bill Miner has esca|ied tbe government might k..*ep our Hill there to
hunt bim up.
Ales. Bimie, ot the Thistle Livery
xtables, gets some big timber cbn-
tucts and is working big outfits of
men and teams.
Miss Madeline and Miss Alice
Phillipps, ot Kiuillunds, Klk river,
wenl up to Cranbrook Saturday.
It was reported that the Penile
pllchei lilsptnycit almost human In*
lolllgeiiee,
find out. We have not
the least doubt but that Old Man
Simpson's intent ions (s to make
Cranbrook a seaport town, providing
he cau get the water.
always looking   .mil ready to divide
.what don't belong to them.
Klk) won 1h.it hundred ami fifty
di.liars fair and square, twice over,
With nothing up their sleeves hut a
vaccination marl. ami an empty
stomach. They were al ihe dopol nt
li.30 o'clock waiting un ihe ('. 1'. It.
way Height excursion train and arrived in Kcrnie very bite, mid then
were as busy iis bird dugs iu a game
preserve tn'get playing hall. Tbey
weii* Informed by llu- sports committee in play Eureka, Eureka, kind
reader, is ,t town on the Great
Northern main line, running mi the
smith line of Tobacco Plains, the big
red apple country, where the dollars
grow on the trees. Tin' hikes are
full of lish and pheasants roosting on
every tree. The Eureka bovs all
gentlemen, 22 carat, Hall-marked.
The game hei ween Elkn and Eureka
was the best, ball gain.- ever seen in
South East Kontciiay, both teams
being well match.-d, good sports and
nil lhe players gentlemcu, nnd was
won by Klko with a score of 8 lo i.\
Then ii was up to Penile lo plnj the
stnr twlrlers from     Klko, and of all
the hone-heaileil,   feeble-minded,  locoed
halt-players, ii was ever our lot     to
jostle itp against, the FcWle huneb
sure take the sour dough biscuit.
They are too menu to eat a cold potato in the moonlight for fear their
shadows would ask them for a bite.
Klko conceded everything to thorn-
then they could not win. The train
was leaving for Elko and some of the
players had to leave, grabbed their
store clothes and come home. Manager McEwen and several others stopped over lo get the prize money.
Why, no! Did you ever know a grabber give up anything he once got
his paws on. Hear, oh heavens, and
sports keep away from Pernie. It
.seems loo bad that some of those
pernie sports couldn't have been
drowned when they were little babies.
You are all right, Hilly Tuttle, and
you did everything you could for Pernie, but, it was impossible for tbem
(o win in daylight aud we hope you
will soo that Elko gets the money.
They want to buy a monument with
it. Let us "pray," alter which Manager McEwen will recite that pathetic ballad: "They might have all been
hall players hut they come to soon.1'
The brass bawl that plays tbe loud
est does not make the most music.
Several miners from Coal Creek
spent civic holiday nl Hock creek and
took hack 240 trout.
George Ingham brought down a
party ol Pernio1 a Hit) lor a visit to
Sheep mountain.
There is a party of mining experts
from Butte City looking over the
Sheep mountain copper properties,
Mr. .lohn Todhunlor came up to
Elko Irom Fording river to spend a
few days with his family at ('umber-
hind house. Master Albert, his
youngest son, returned with him
Wednesday,
Messrs. Butter (told and Sweet, of a
big Chicago firm ol photographers,
have been in Elko several days this
week tatting views of lhe alps a round
Elko. In conversation with these
gentlemen we found Ihev had been
induced to come to South East Kootenay through the glowing accounts
Ihey had rend iu copies of the Cranhrook Herald, they lind read in Chicago, throui*liout the middle west
State!-, Kallspel! and Spokane. Would
Simpson please Inform us of some
place where the Herald cnn'1 be
bought, borrowed nr stolen?
Lns^ Monday a vast concourse of
the beauty and the chivalry of Elkn
went up In Pernie tn spend civic holiday.
There was n Dandy lion In Elkn
this week from Bradstrccts.
Mr. Poster, of Sparwmul, was an
Elkn visitor this week.
Curiosity is looking over other
penples affairs and overlooking our
own.
W. 0. Boss, the hustling manager
nl the A. MacDonald eompanv, wholesale bouse, of Pernie, passed through
Elko this week and raised a beautiful
umbrella over a straw hat, shooki his
list at the writer and left via the
C, P. R. for the tnwn nf mvsteries
and missing links,
Say fellows, Harry Orchards parents sure raised a pippin.
J. Hueston, of Elko, has been engaged as sawyer by the Spar wood
Mill company. Air. Hueston and
family came to Elkn frnm Okotoks
and was snwv.r for the Pugh «fc Livingston Mill company and one of the
most popular men in the company's
servicn.       On     account ol the mill
.1.  II.  Belance     and   a    pally    of
t'laresholm   ainl   Toronto   capitalists
were in   Etko this   week looking   u
bargains.
Miss Inez Ilollilook entertained lift
young friends very pleasantly Friday
evening nl her home, which was
prettily decorated for the occasion.
Card playing and games were indulged in after which refreshments
wen* served.
Next to the sunlight of heaven is a
iieerful face. There is no mistaking
t. The bright eye, the unclouded
brows, all tell of thnt whieh dwells
within,
Vou just bet Dug MeKee can play
ball, and Hay    lllrl/ is n cYnckorjnel.
ml plays the game from start to
finish, nnd Hobev is sure a prince ou
Un* diamond and knows baseball bet
lei than any man iu the Crows Nesl
Pass, Craubrook, Eureka, Moyie, in
fact everybody that was anybody
rooted for Elko.
Willie Laurie, of Campbell Bros. &
Wil.Min, of Calgary, Alberta, and his
celebrated Home gave exhibitions in
Klko Saturday.
KernCc's ball team wenl down like
McOInty to the bottom of the sen.
W, A. Frost returned from Montreal and left for Cranbrook. Me reports beautiful weather on Tobacco
Plains and reports great activity
among the hay diggers, who are
working eight hours before dinner
.nnt picking fruit the rest of the day.
We don't feel a bit sorry lor the
Pernie hall players, because after
they have lieen" born a few more
times, the mud will be washed off
their brains and their souls will have
a chance to get some fresh air.
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I WARDNER I
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(Prom our owu correspondent)
Mr. (He   Wisner spent    a few days
lasi week with his brother, Mi. otto
Wisner.
,i..hn Mel) larm id rutin I on Tburs-
do) lasi aflei upending a couple ol
months with friends and relatives
ne.ii Colliugwootl, Out. Jack is
mote t iilhiiM.istic over the west than
■ui He says there is no plan- like
British Columbia.
George Gunii, who has been no
ployed as "edger" iu the Crows Nesl
Pass Lumber eompuiiy'.s sawmill for
the pasl three years,' left last week
take a position with the North
Star Lumber eompanv ot Craubrook.
Louis Eng, recently of Wardner
hut. now of Haynes Lake, was lu town
Friday. Louis is doing well, he has
a ntnvh on shares, twenty-live acres
aie under cultivation, and his crops
are tbe best in this part of Ilia
Koolennys, and he expects to have
large profits biter in the fait.
# MOYIE |
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(Freru the Moyie Leader.)
Mrs. J. 1*. l-'.irri-H arrived home
Monday from a visit with relatives
in Hostiin ami other eastern cities.
Me. ninl Mis. Stephenson left Wednesday tor tiro coast. They will
probably locale In Victoria.
Mis. it. Campbell nml children
wero at Itvan lliis week visiting will,
Mr. ami M
il.,
Ills. Williams, ol .InlTl-n
in IVaidncr mi Friday t
shopping at tin- Crows Nesl I'a
tannin-, compiiny's liig ili.parttnent
sloru.
up
l)i.
,'t l,p a knocker.
Hurry Hu
Shell I..f
children   ni
Wlnlf casl
..lil Inline, a
ll     Iif
Ins I iin.lv   i
A    C,  funk.
■ ;. will len
,. today tor
hero his wii<< ami
Iim- the siimini-r
.... in Halifax, his
i ci  Micro a    short
II return to Moylo with
iliilili a mi.ntli's lime.
spi-n
Mill
(SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OTTAWA.
Murphy A Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    aad
Patent Ollice Agent..
Practice l.clore Kailway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Fisher.
la-
. f .n.l
.il   Im
Hi
peclul
.li,i in
nghi eye,
tinnce     I
IIMIlittll.
lion ni 'I'..m Siimmi'is lias
i ver)  little In the    past
i.  .mil in Spokane umlcr
 t physicians ami   two
al.     There still seems to
' ..I sal Ink the slglll nt his
Iml >i   is  only    a sinlii
If c. .il   lhc Sai'icl  Ileal!
ol I lie SI
is upending .
.1,. having s,
Eugene
lis. l.riillian
If.n .Iuc house,
Iim in t'r..liinn
i isi 11 work done.
Arthur Pitman left yesterday lot
tin- old country, and will be away
for it nuiiiili .a sis weeks.
nl   l>
nf   Iln
illen, capitalist
Kootcuay Con-
few hours    in
('.     Hunt
ami promoli
linl railway, spent
town lasl Saturday
llohi: San.lv is hack In Movie afler
in absence of several months. Mr.
•lanilv spent must nl his lime wliile
may in Clolilfields, Nov., ami in San
..'ISC.i
11. 13. 'I
nosilny tn
now t'nkci
Slcphcnsi
street.
ilnr's fnmllv arrived Wod-
i Kimherlcy ami lliey have
i|i Iheir resilience in the
house, on soutll Tavlslok
Crescent Lihkie No. ill!
KNIQHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, U. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m. at
New Fraternity Ha...
.1. II. Ilciiiirrsnn, K. ol ll. ,1 S.
A. ('. Ilowncss, I'. I'.
Visiting   biet.iiru   coidlally tallied
tu alien-.
I.ll.o 1'.    kt, Clly Li>i<
No. 41. Meets .vary
Monday night a.
New Fia.elnl.y Hall. Sojourning Oddl.llow. iniillully lnvlt.il.
F. II. McKay,
Sec'y.
Uantuuuk ..oaV, Nu. J.
A. P. a A. M.
liegular liiei-tlugs uu
the thud Tliuisil.y
of .very month.
Visiting tuetk.ni welcomed.
Kdward Ulwoll, W.M.
W. F. Attrldgo, Scu-y.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at H
p.m.
Chas. Smith, W.P.
M.  1).  Hillings, Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
LOYAL (IRAN.IK I.Olll.K, Nt). 1S7I
CKANUKOOK
The Truth About Scotch Whisky
' ' TPHE Hafest and most refreshing of all beverages i*- Whicky and Soda, i »
j » I Where wine.*- uml other Btlmulants nre forbidden. Whisky, diluted j '
( | ■ with Bome Dutiable mineral or iterated water, uml prescribed by a ] J
t , physician at the proper time, hns always n highly beneficial effect. , ,
1 * Scotch Whisky hits long been acknowledged the bent, ll hut* almost
-iitiiely superseded French Brandy over the greater part of the wot hi.
This is owing to the skill uml euro whieh  have, of recent veins, been
, , devoted to blending.    Malt Whisky, by itself, unless vety old, is heavy ] \
< i uml unpalatable, and is extremely hurtful to lhe digest ivu organs when . >
< > ittken fteely.
Scotch tiruin Whisky, however, being made from lhe finest KtnttiB »>'d . ►
0 limited bailey, and <lislM1e.| -.uietienllv pure  by modern  appliances, i* . .
< > frequently preferred.   No Hlron-jur evidence of iis purity ean be given i >
Iliun   this,  tl.nl  ..ue  of  Ibe  most   i-mitieiil   l'tofessois uf   Chemistry  ill  ' >
Kng hi ml Ims used Cnmlms (train Whisky for nearly thirty years. < j
The blomllllit ol Mull ami (liain Whiskies bus within recent vents broil < •
■ * reduced to n snuneo, the result being it combination whieh avoids the <'
1 ► henvitiess of the" Ml Mali" Whisky mi.I Imparls u illatlncl .lelhuevlo * ►
lhe I'd I,    Of e.iutse   I'oth   kinds  muni  h.\e Hue.    Not III IIU  is liui-do-l   4
lllllll Mull WhiskviM.miltUie.l.
1 »       "Tbe London Wine ami Spiui Tunic lie I," of sib Muv, HKW, in ♦
I [ dlifCiiHuliig ihe recenl cimlrovoiny icganliug "nil mull " Whisky,says:-- T
< i "ll iKiiiii.h I., lie i.'iti'.'ll.'.l Mint  tl.e itaillilliili mime Hiui. ngu teutinl •
• Mr. (lusty, general manager of the
I1, Burns company, was down to
RooSMllle buying up big fat cattle and
the Fernie people will he enjoying
beefsteaks they can cut with a paper
knife in a few days.
There's nothing so balmy us a clear
conscience.
That Ferhle's baseball team should
he elose herded by their friemls Is no
dream.
Fred Zellors brought in a string-of
toddle horses from Tobacco Plains
this week ami intends shipping them
to Kdmoiiton this month.
So help my Josephine boys but
Isn't Fernie a fierce burg.
Cranbrook will celebrate Labor
Day, September 2nd iu letters a fitot
high uud visitors to that saintly city
will lie made welcome und more tlmn
welcome, and the winner in any event
will get the money With religious
punctuality. No t-iree. The Cranbrook sports wasn't raised on jawbone and green gooseberries. See
Cranbrook September 2nd.
Mike (Juiulan, captain of lhe Rock
Creek quarter circle roundup, got the
cattle hunched up and is close herding them on the banks of Muddy
ereek. Mike is one of the most flaring ami swiftest riders that ever
straddled the ridge pole of a wild
caytisc and often rides into Klko
from Itock Creek kindles iu :i2
seconds with his face as red as
Casey's nose and a heart as big as a
wash" tub, and a passion for going
some, and has been knowu to t.tk.
horse out of a delivery wagon ami
nurse him home ut 2*1(1 to 1.
Contractors outfits are arriving nt
Gateway for the Great Northern ex-
tention This will make a good
market foi the honey, hog and onion
crop on Tohncco Plains.
Pitchfork Milt, inanagei of the
Timothy Meadow Hay farm, Tobacco
Plains, says iis the bingest and best
crop lie ever put up.
John Hiiiihurv, nf Brandon, Manitoba, the big ty'ee of tbe North Star
Lumber company, is spending a few-
days in Klko, JtifTrny and Cranbrook.
There are three new residences going up in Klko.
Hob Skill-ecV and Frank Adams returned to Klko from the St. Marys
eountrv this week and are enjoying
fine rib roasts from the Klk river.
Klko, without a doubt, is the
grandest place to spend a vacation
this side of the pearly gntcs of the
New Jerusalem. Come and see for
yourself.
Morris Daly was in Klko fnr a few
days last week,
Mr. and Mrs. John Mott, n| tho
Hoffman house, gave a grand display
of fireworks in honor of the hall
team Tuesday night.
We really don't know for sure If
Old Malt Simpson will have Moyie
lake moved before Labor Day or not.
However, we are writing to Dr. Watt
Duncan Kennedy, of Kcrnie, recently
uf Vancouver, has accepted a position with It, II. llohnrt. Dune, was
employed bore for a year or more before going io Vancouver. This looks
well for Ward tn* i*. All who leave
lu-n- are sure lo return sooner or
la Ier.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Drown spent
Friday last in Kemle.
Htdi IX-mpsv, who bus been in the
Crnnbrook; hospital for a few days
suITering from a broken rib, returned
holm* ihis week. Vou can't kill
Hob.
'urge Wales, grain buyer for the
Clnresliohn Lumlier & Grain company,
if Cliiresholm, Alberta, called on
Thursday to renew old acquaintances.
George has a host of friends here who
were all delighted to see him again.
He reports llie grain business as heing very dull,
Bert lleiiey left for Fernie on Monday evening' last.
Gus Rliiman, the popular, obliging
and efficient cook, recently employed
by the Crows Nest Pass Lumher
company, nt their boarding house,
has resigned his position and gone to
Kdmoitloii. Its many friends here
wish him every success.
The whipping post should he set up
in every county jail for men who
heat their wives and unmercifully
beat horses.
Then' is no reasonable excuse for
any man to live In a town if he
doesn't like it. If you have no
wont of commendation to say for
your town, its institutions or people,
emigrate, You wont stop the town
clock hy going away. The church
bells will have the same musical
iiui*, the little dogs will play just as
well and the pure air, bright sun
shine nnd sparkling waler will have
the same health-giving properties.
Speak) a good word for your neighbor
if you can, if Vou cannot, don't everlastingly enlarge on Iheir faults. If
you have become thoroughly disgruntled move away, go somewhere
when* things will suit yuu.
Miss Roselle Coii/.eiis has sufficiently
recovered as to enable her to leave
the Cranhrook hospital ami return to
the home of Mr. P. Lund.
This is the time of year when most
people take their vacations and enjoy
periods whieh tun usually from fl
week to a month of release from toil
and care. Residents of tho mountains seek the plains and vnllevs
those in plains ami valleys go to the
mountains, those of the inland seek
llm seashore, and bathe in the salt
water and listen to the surf; those in
the treeless belt hunt for a wooded
country, while tho eountrv people
like ihe roar ami hustle of the eity.
What people on vacation want qillto
ns much as rest and recreation Is as
complete a chitligo as possible from
their regular nnd usual environment
Although the lale Russell Sane declared thai vacations were tinneccs
sary, hul few agree with him. And
mosl mankind find thai a short cessation from work amid new surroundings, is a wonderful tonic for
Un- health ami spirits and it conservator of energy.
A couple of the hovs belonging to
the Wardner baseball team helped
Klko hist week to clean up Kcrnie
and also one of the Undo Sam's
wotiltl-he baseball lentils. When vou
want l<) see n right good game ' of
ball, come to Wardner.
T. T. McVittie and wife, of Kor!
Steele, VI. Kassie, a recent arrival
from British Guinea, and I). McDonald, of Scotland, spent a day iu
Movie litis week- viewing the many
points of interest.
The C, P. R. is making nn Investigation as to the cause of the wreck
which occurred at     the Movie switch
wo weeks ago! A strong effort will
he made to lay the blame where It he-
longs.
8b(U FEET
JOT Sore, hut, aching or blist- Kffi
NSMfl fiied fdet arc cooled and Eg»
[IPJjhealedbyZam-Buk. Store   **-'
fiVi'.'i ;';.'■'.!, '"ion'l'ii'l w'lii. -l'nii.1 alii
}■ ;,.,■■ u.ill, ft lut hhoiiUl let il-j-ulnu!
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W. It. Realty, Funeral Dlreclor
wnlm-ok II, C. 1*1.. .in- No.
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and    Editor    Smyth, ol   the Moylt day night last
Mrs, A. Shenpard anil little daughter Amy, lefl last Saturday afternoon on an exti-mled visit to friends
in High l.lull, Man.
Mr. Mutz, of Fernie, was in town
on Monday on business.
Mr. Parker left last Sunday on a
liusiiiess trip tn Winnipeg, Man.
Mr. Sliwart, tie inspector tor the
Crows Nest Pass division ol the 0.
P. It., was in town Monday.
Rohert Orey attended a meeting ol
Ihe Oddfellows in Cranlirook on Mon-
Whtn You
Come to the Metropolis slay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Uni. kendo, I
Proprietor-
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
Meet at 11. ol I.. V. Hall 2ud   aud
1th Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
T. Boyter, Jas. E. Larrlgan,
W. M. Sec'y.
W. I5. GURU,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CBANBHQOK.BRITISH C0UIHB1,
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Wciuc 1','opileloiH nf ten r'eoteii llislillerie
nl Hniiii ami Mali H I11-U-., nn.l we Ilillil 4-1,011
ol spirit.
, (aiuntts fni Ilieil make
■ nllh 'Im If ..I  linlli I.iii.Ih
"KINO (iEORUK IV."
is 11 pure lilenileil .
llavor 11 never vii
wherever ushlhllcil
Table Use il Min.
cli VVhlskv, rnrnrirnteed fnr p._e, quality anil
1. It liitaobtained Uolil Me.lal» (Highest Awards)
competition with other blonds. I''i>r General
lllioul a rival.
URS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at Ke.ld.aoi, Armstrong Ave
OFFICE HOURS:
Forenoons 9.00 to 10.1,1)
Afternoons - - - 2.00 to 4.00
Evenings - - - - 7.30 to 8.30
Sundays .... 2.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK ::    ::    1:    !.    B. C
DR. F. E.KING
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
a to 12 a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Ofliee aad residence ou Armstrong avo
CKANBROOK        -       -       -     B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
0 to 12 a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Ollice in new Reid Block
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• Cranbrook Sash
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and Door Factory
All kimls. of litiisli work in
way of doors, wimlows, truii-
Boiiis, oto, Kiln driwl luuibor
for ineiilo work. Our work ia
guiirautooil ami our prices nro
satisfactory.    Hereon    iloora
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
TAPESTRY   l'AINTINO   TAUGHT
Young ladies und   girls wishing to learn tapestry painting
are  erijuesled     to   call    on
MILS. T. ,N. GLASS-LAST HOUSE
ON STREET   REAR   OF IUNK
Cranbrnok
B.C.
'•CUMMINtiS & CUMMINOS:
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, 1      AM) H.C. MM. SUKVKVoKS
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Cranbrook, H.C.
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(ico. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work in tour udvurlit'eiiipnt. but wi
put Ihis ad in thu lloral.ljt»
einpliHsiEtt It.
CRANBROOK, IS. C.
Near Lower ArmJtrong Aveniin.
TKLKI'UONK 114
DON'T READ THIS
The French Dry Cleaning process
enables us to clean mens pants, suits
and neckties, ladies suits and skirts
in such a way that they positively
look as good as new.
We are experienced dyw.s nnd cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
semi anything down east pr up west.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
office   j.  LEASK, Tailor
OUHKHVK CAREFULLY ALL LABELS, CAPSULES, I'EIITII 1-
CATICS AND Ciilllvs. anu THUS AVOIR
INFERIOR IMI'l'AT'liiNS
"KINU  UEOHCiE"   WHISKY is known eveiywliero, Iml alinnlil 1 >
lliore lie anv dilliculty in nhtalning it, please aenil us 11 postcaul foro
aiest Agent's 1111,110and uddress.
We also sell c Al.l.HUMAN, recounted us nne ol tlio best.
DISTILLERS COHPANY, Limited
R. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd.;
SOLE  AUKNTS *
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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FISHING TACKLE    That Will Catch Fish
FISHING TACKLE
THE AOOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRED R00, Proprietor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment of Fishing Tackle suitable
(or the District in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Big Game Heads, anJ Souvenirs of The Great West.
A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS
ELKO, B. C.
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phone w v. 0. mix in   <
DEZALL BROTHERS   j
I1I.ACKSM1TIIS A\l> WOODWORKERS
llieychi Repairs always iu stock.   Machines. lor putting on r.u^rry
Kul.lx.r Tyres, with Tyres always on In.ml.
WAUONS,  CARHIAUES-
I'lloNE Hi) ———.
AND IMPLEMENTS
~~-~" I'.o. HON III
B. C. Livery and Feed Stables   j
UOOD HOR-.U-S ALWAYS TO BE HAI' i
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Manitoba Hotel
i>an Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranhrook. b. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tlie Muiiiioliuia centrally I, led an.l lias ..ue uf Uu. Imci riiiilngroomi
in liiuelly.   The har la supplied will, the Leal ol Uquoraand duals
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Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kindt Oi
Rough and Dressed Lumber MB CRAKBKOO& IIKKAlJ)
PART IV.
"WATER CLAUSES, CONSOLIDATION ACT, 18D7."
1, This is to certify that "The
Crnnbrook Electric Light Company,
Limited " n Company duly Incorporated under the provisions of the
"Compatiirs Act, 1897," and which
has lieen registered under the "Power
Companies' Relief Act, 1803," lor the
purpose ol exercising the rights,
powers, privileges and priorities in
and by onrl IV. of the said Act
created, granted and conferred, has
Bitbuiibted iis undertaking to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council, tor
approval, and that the said iiinler-
tnl to',, as shown hy the documents
.mil plans Med, has heen approved,
and  Hi.11  tlie same is as follows:
The erection of a dam across the
st   Marys Itiver, iii 11 rocky canyon
at I   one    mile above    Iln-    railway
lniilf-c upon which Iln* C.inadi.ui I'.n't
lli> Hallway crosses Ihf Ht.
Mary's Rivei. us shown on
tin* plans Hied and marked
"H"; the erection of n powei house
(.. he siluatul al ot close In llie
dnill, llii- Wnler under a Alt inch head
).,,■.'iiu' tliiom.h Inihine walet wheels
in Un* powei house, Ihence through
the I.iil laee into llie liver at-.iiu, llie
eniiii.li nl all necessnry pole lines.
Th,- power -Mil he utilized io supply
Itr_.lit.   heal   mill   I'owei   rhtellv   to    lhe
Clly ..I Cnmbrnnk nml the Inhabit-
anls thereof; in operate rallwuys,
Irninwnys, sawmills nnd nlhei Indus*
lues nl anv naliire or Kind, mul lo
c. iisiimers generally nl light, heal or
power 111 tl"' Fort Sleele Milling Illusion i.l Kast Kootenav.
Eight Ih.insanil miner's inches of
water are to he presclilly (alien from
St. Mnrys Kiver, in Emit K no lei my
Dlstrel; live thousand miner's inches
i.f the said eight thousand miner's
inches so to he presently taken stand
already reennli'i! in lhe name nf the
Company, which record is hereby approved and confirmed, nml the Intended application of flu* Company
fnr a further record nf three thousand
miner's Inches, and of such further
records nol exceeding thirty thousand
inches, from nnt, nf the said St.
Mnrys River, according to the requirements of Hs hnsinrss anil the
extensions to lie subsctpienUy undertaken is approved; provided thai
such approval shall not he construed
as giving the Company any absolut*)
right tn such records when applied
for.
2. Amt this Is further to eert'tfy
that the Company proposes to commence its* undertaking hy the construction nf a dam across the St.
Marys River and the necessarv
excavations and grndings, and hy the
construction of a power-house at the
site of lhe ilam. and hy the erection
of poles and stringing of copper or
other wires thereon, for the purpose
nf conveying the electrical energy
created hv water-wheels at said dam
to lhe City nf Cranhrook and its
vlei-nlty aud Intervening points.
:t. Ami this Is further tn certify
that "The Cranbrnok Electric Uirjit
Company, Limited," shall have duly
subscribed before it commences the
construction of Its undertaking and
work, or exercises anv of the powers
in that In-half conferred by the
'Water Clauses Consolidation Act
INfl7." Pnrl IV., five thousand
(5,000) shares of one dollar ($10(U
each. The further amount of capital
required to fullv complete the undertaking ami work to he provided by
the Issue of first mortgage bonds or
debentures of "The Cranhrook Electric Light Company, Limited," tn be
issued frnm lime In time, or all at
the same time, tn an amount not
exceeding In the whole one hundred
thousand dollars (linonoo).
-t. And lliis Is further to ceiiifv
that the time within which lhe said
cnpltnl, vi/: five thousand dollars, is
tn he subscribed is fixed at nne year
from tin* date hereof, and that lhe
lime within which lhe said undertaking and works are to he commenced
is fixed at one year from the
date hereof, nnd the date
hv which nil nf the proposed works
shall tic In operation is two years
from the date hereof.
Frill .1. Fulton,
Clerk of tto Executive Council.
Paled this 3nd day nf May, A. 0
1907. 18-tt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nnliee that  .lames  A. Steele,
of   Cranh I..   H- C     occupation
Timber Cruiser, Intends tn apply foi
a special Umbel license nu-l the (nl
lowing dcseilhed lands-
Commencing at a pnst planted sixtv (MM chains west and twenty (20)
elinlns nnrlh of the norlh west corner ol Timbei I.iiuil No. 2078, Ibence
running south lorty <-l<M chains,
Ihence west eight) 180) chains, Ihenco
not th eight)'   (NOI chains,   Ihcn.-e cast
eluhly (80) chains, thence south tarty
(iti) ebnlns t,« the place of commence
11 len I, and containing I'll' acres, more
nl    less.
■lames A. Steele, Locator,
hatetl the 17th   day of July, A. IV
I.HI?. 17 Ot
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTINCT HF KOOTENAY
Tnko police thai Thomas Ynum of
("ranhrnnk, It 0., occupation, a Umbel   i miner,  il'leiiils  In apply   fni       a
npoclnl Umber license ovei ihe lollowlng descriheil lands:
Commencing at a posl planled at
Uie soulh ea*-l   i*oitier of     Lot 81195:
Micncc  Ih   10     chains,  tlience west,
SO chains, Ihence moth 20 chains,
moro or less, to Lot 1758, Ihenee
casl 100 cliains, tlience south M)
chains, tllOIICO west  HP chiiins In    the
point, of commencement, and containing ill" acres, more or less.
Thomas Young.
Daled .luly llh, l»»7. lfl-Bl*
CKANIUtOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY
Take notice Ihal .lames A. Steele,
I of Ctatihiook, ii o, occupation,
|Timber Cruiser, Intends to apply for
ii special timber license   over the foi
lowing desci iliiil lands:
Commencing    at a   post    planted
ii'.hlv (MM chains norlh of the north-
If/eeil corner   of    Timber Limit No.
180.1,  tbenee     tunning north    eighty
fisiit chains, tbenee     east eighty (Ml)
-hains,     thence     soulh    eighty   (80)
i-'iaiiii,      Ihence    west     eighty     (80)
|C'iauis to the point of commence-
1 'ht ami containing 610 acres, more
or less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
ii'l.'.t the 17Ut   day of July, A. D.
1907. 17-0t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice lhat William Edwin
Stevenson, ol Cranbrnok, It. C, by
occupation, a lumberman, intends to
apply for a special Umber license
over lite following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-west corner of Lot 423,
Croup I, Kootenay District, thence,
soutli (ih chains, tbenee west 110
chains, more or less, to Lot 17fi8,
thence following the western and
southern boundary of Lots 1758 and
101, 1 nml 2 In the place of commencement, containing nhoul 500
acres, .more or less.
William Edwin Stevenson.
Dated July 4th, 1007. 16-5t*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat James A. Steele,
of Cranbrook, 11. C., occupation,
I'lmhcr Cmiser, intends to apply for
n special Umber license over the lollowing ill-scribed lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
nighty (K<M chains north ot the
north-went corner ot Timber Limit
No. 2803, running east eighty (80)
-hains, thency south eighty (HO)
('tains, thence west, eighty (80)
hains, them-e north eighty (80)
hains to place ot commencement,
nd containing 040 acres, more or
Jess.
James A. Steele, Locator.
Dated Ihe 17th   day ot July, A. D.
!)07. 17-fit
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice lhat James A. Steele,
nt Cranbrook, R. O, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, Intends to apply for
n special timber license over the lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil olgh-
i: (SU) ehains north ot the aorth-
Vert enrner or Timher Limit No.
SHU. them-e west eighty (HO) chains,
H-ienee    south     eij*;h1y    (80)    chains,
ionce past eighty (80) chains, thence
nth eighty (80) chains to the place
ol commencement, and containing
fi 10 acres, more or less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
D*ttcd the 17th day of July, A. D.
1007. 17-et
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that James A. Steele,
of Cranbrnok, R. O, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply for
_ special Umber license over the follow ins described lands:
Commencing nt n pnst planted eighty (SO) chaius north of the north-
'.■est corner of Timber Limit No.
380.1, Ihence weaet eighty (80) ehains,
tbenee imrth eighty (R0) chains,
hence east eichtv (8<M chains, thenco
until eighty (Hi))' chains to the place
f commencement, and containing filli
crcs, more nr less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
DUed the 17th   day of July, A. P.
1907. 17-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF "KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
Tato notice that The King Lumber
ALUs, Limited, oi Cranbrook, H. C,
Intend to applv toi a Special Timber
License ovei [lie i.,n..wing described
lauds:
Commencing at. a post planted
about   nne mile west   nf   llu* mouth ot
Little Lamb Creek on the east line ot
Lot 5*162, thenco running cast io
ehains, thence south Ku cliains, thence
east, in chains, theuce soutb 40
chains, thence west K0 chains, thence
north 120 chains, to point ot commencement, ami containing 040 acres,
moro or less,
The King  Lumher Mills, Limited,
A. u. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated 8, 1007. 2\-\il
CKANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SIM  ITI EAST KOOTENAY
Take nolico thgl I, Henry F. Lan-
iteck, ol Gateway, H. U , occupation,
Railway Agcut, Intends to
apply lor permission ito pun-base tbu
following desi-iilMtl laud:
Commencing at a post planted 4
J miles wesi ot ito Kootenay river
along on iiu* International Boundary,
Iheniv nortli He chains, Mieute west
80 chains, Uieier south 00 chains,
thenco west 10 chains, theuce south
20 chains, thence east to chains to
point of commencement, ami containing lllll aires, more or less.
llenrv F. Laitdcck,
Bated July 26th, 1007. 21-Wt*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
nl Gateway, 11. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply tor a
special Umber license over the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planteil
about a quarter of a mile east of the
south fork ut Cold Creek, and about
four and oue halt miles east ot Lot
41)01, ami about two miles north of
the International Boundary, thence
north SO chains, thenco west tti.
chains, thence south 80 cliains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing (iiu acres, mote
or less.
Alfred Murphy.
Dated June 20, 1007. IH-Gt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
of Gateway, R. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
special Umber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
I the east hank ot tho Soulh Fork ol
(ii.M Creek aud about four miles east
of Lot 45'.il, and about three miles
north of tbe International Boundary,
theuce west kii chains, lhence north
HO cliains, thence east till chains,
theuce south Hu chains to point nf
commencement, and cnul aiding (iin
acres, mole or less.
Allied Murphy.
Dated June 2fi,  1007. IH-lit
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that James A. Steele,
ot Cranhrook, II. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, Intends to apply for
a special timber license   over the fol-
wing described lands:
Coiiimencing at a post planted nt
lie north-west corner ot James A.
fleete's Timber Limit No. 5, tbenee
limning enst one hundred and forty
010) chains, theuce north forty (40)
ihains, Uience west one hundred ami
B'xty (IMI) chains, ihence smith forty  (40)    chains,  tlience   east twenty
ll) chains to the place of commencement, aud containing 640 neres, more
or less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
Pi ted the 17th dav of Julv, A. P.
1907. 17-fit
CRANHROOK   LAND DISTRICT
USTRICT   OF EAST KOOTENAY.
Take notice that 1, Struan Oeorgo
Robertson, ot the City ot Nelsnn, iu
ih,- Province ol British Columbia, by
ccupntlon it Chalnman,   Intend   to
pplj   f.,i  a special timber license for
tn* Follow!tig described lands:
No,   l.      Commencing    at a post
pl tilted -i.\ miles west ol the junction
if Martin Creek and EH. River on the
west side thereof, which said junction Is ahoul Hi miles um Ih nt Michel, iu tbe Province ot HiltMi Columbia, marked "Slruan Ueurj-e Robert*
on's s. W, Corner": thence north'
Hi chains, thcui-e east Hill chains,
Ihenci* south in cbains, thence west
tOO rh,uus  In Ibe point  of cninmeiice-
uteiii, ami containing liio acres, moro
or less.
Slruan George Robertson,
luly 80lh, 1007.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
o! Gateway, B. C, occupation,
Lumberman, Intends tit apply for a
s|«ciul timber license over the following described lauds:
Comment in-', at a post planted
about one and one half miles east of
the east limit of Lot 4501, and about
one mile north of the International
Boundary, thence west 80 chains,
tlience ninth 80 chains, thence east
8ii chains, thence south sn chains to
pnint of commencement, aud containing 640 acres, more or less.
Alfred Murphv.
Dated .luly 5, 1907. 18-ct
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat Alfred Murphy,
of Gateway, B. O, occupation,
Lumberman, Intends to apply for a
special timher license over the f"l
lowing descriheil lauds:
Coiiimencing at. a post planted
about one mile and a half east ot the
east limit ot Lot 4591, and about
one and a hai f miles north
ol the International Boundarv, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, tlience west 80 ehains, thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing OIO acres,
mnre nr less.
Alfred Murphv.
Bitted July 5, 1907. l8-ci
Nt
1     1
them
Hi cl
Jul
_. Commencing at a post
160 chains wesi nl Struan
■e Robe i ■ I son's S. IV. cornei No.
mitt* theuce noi Hi 40 -.'hains,
0 east 1 till ihains, thence south
litis,  Ihence west IMI chains    to
mut of commencement, ami con*
ill 040 ncrcs, mors or less.
Slruan Gcorgfl Itolterteoii.
-  20th, 1007.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take iiotii-e that Alfred Murphy,
nt flat*way, H. C, occupation,
Lumberman, Intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one and a half miles east of
Lot 4501, nnd'about two miles north
of the International Boundary, tbenee
west SO chains, Ihenee north 80
chains, tbenee east su chains, thenco
south HU chains lo place of com
meincinciit, and containing. 6-10
neres, more or less.
Alfred Murphv.
Daled July 5, 1907. 18-61
No. .'{. Commencing, nt a post
about UU) ehains N. W. ot Struan
George Robertson's S. W. eomer ot
No. ■' Limit; thenco east K0 chains,
Ihenee soulh 80 chains, thence west
Mi chains, thence nortli 80 cbains to
tho point of commencement, and
containing i;io acres, more or less,
Slruan George Robertson.
July 20th, 1007.
No. 1. Commencing at a post
nlioilt" -IO chains south of Struan
(leorgo Robertson's N. W. corner of
No. :i Limit; thence north 80 chains,
thenco west HO chains, theuce south
80 ehains, thence east 80 cbains to
the point ot commencement, and
containing cm acres, more or less.
Struan George Robertson.
July 20th, 1907.
No. 5. Commencing at a post
planled nhojit 40 chains south of
Struan fl'.rgc Robertson's N. W.
corner of No. A Limit; thenco soulh
HO chains, Ihence west 80 chains,
thence north 80' chains, thenco east
80 chains, to the point ot commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Struan George Robertson.
July 20th, 1907. 19-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN  DIVISION
Take notice lhat EHwihoMl Bradley,
ot Winnipeg, occupation, Lady, Intends to apply lor permission to
purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planled at
the south-east corner of T. Crnhan's
.land, theuce west '20 chains, thence
'south ."in chains, Ihence east to Elk
Itiver, tlience north along Elk river
to point ot commencement, and containing 70 acres, more or less.
Elizabeth Bradley, Locator
Per Frank Fletcher, Atf-nt.
Dated July 3, 1007. 18-flt
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAV,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice th.it Robert Elhclbcrt
Beattie, ..t Cranbrook, II. C., occupation. Druggist, intends In apply lut
special timber license ovel lhe lollowing descriheil lands:
Commencing at  a   post      planted
bout live and a half miles cast of
Lot 4591, and one mile north of the
International Boundary, thence east
Ml chains, tlience norlh SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
SO chains to point ol commencement,
mid containing OH) acres, more or
vss.
Robert Ethelherl Beattie.
Daled June 25, 1907. 18-61
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice lhat. Frank Raoul
Angers, or Crnnbrook, B. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for
a special limber license over tbo
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
about five and one half miles easi
of the easterly limit of Lot 4591,
and one mile north of the International Boundary, thence west 80
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence norlh SO
chains to point of commencement,
aud containing 610 acres, more or
less.
Frank Raoul Angers.
Daled June 25, 1907. 18-lil
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Peter Jensen, of
Wasa' B. C, occupation, Prospector,
intends to apply for a special Umber
license over tlie lollowlng described
lands:
Commencing at n post plantod
about half a mile north-west of Cariboo Creek at the north-west corner
[of my   Timber    License Application
No. 3, dated June 8, 1907, advertised
in B, C. Gazette ol July is, 1907,
thence south SO chains, Ihence west
Mi chains, thence north SO chains,
thence east SO chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640
,cres, more or less.
Peter  Jensen.
Dated Julv   IS,   1007. 18-Gt
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Robert Ethelbert
Beattie, nl Craubrook, B. C occupation, Druggist, Intends to apply lor
special Umber license over the fuliowing dcsciihed lands:
Commencing at n pnst planted
about ine miles and a half east nf
the easterly limit of Lot 4591, Group
One, and one utile north of the International Boundary, thence east SU
chains, thenco south su chains, Uienco
west su chains, thence north su
chains lo poinl of commencement,
ami containing    cio acres, more   or
less.
Robert Ethelbert Beattie.
Dated -lune 25, 1907. US-lit
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat Frank Raoul
Angers, of Cranbrook, It. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply tm
a special timber license over Ibe
following descrihed lands:
Commcnoing at a post planted
about live and one half miles east
if the easterly limit of Lot 4501,
..ml one mile norlb nl the In lot notional Boundary, tbenee west 80
chains, ihence norlh so chains, tlience
east SO chains, thence south 8(1
chains to point of commencement,
'and containing 010 acres, more or
less.
Frank Raoul Angers.
Dated June 25, 1907. ' 18-fii
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Raoul
Angers, nf Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Prospect tir, intends to apply for
a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Coiiimencing at n post planted
about three and one half miles easi
nf the easterly limit of Lot 4591,
nnd one mile nortli of tbe International Boundary, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to point nf commencement,
and containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Frank Raoul Angers.
Dated June 25, 1907. 18-6t
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take not lec that Frank Raout
Angers, ot Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Prospector, Intends to apply for
.a special Umber license over the
following described hinds:
Coiiimencing at a post planted
ibout three and one half miles nst
ol the easterly limit of Lot 4591,
and one mile north of tin* International Boundary, theuce west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 cbains, thenco north 80
chains to point nf commencement,
and containing UIO acres, more or
less.
Frank Raoul Augers.
Ikited June 20, 1907. I«-01
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Raoul
Angers, of Cranlirook, H. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for
a special Umber license over the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
iihoul Mini1 ami one half miles east of
the easterly limit of Lot 4501, nnd
tine mile north of Ihe International
Boundary, thence east sn chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, Ihenco south NO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or. less.
Frank Raout Augers.
Dated June 26, 1907. in ot
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Rnoul
Angers, of Cranbrook, B, C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply tor
special timber license over the
following described fnnds:
Commencing at a post planteil
about three and one half miles east of
Lot 4501, and one mite north of the
Internationa I Boiiudury, tbenee west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thenco cast 80 chains, thence south
80 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Frank Ranul Angers.
Dated June 21, 1S07. IMI
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
ol Gateway, B. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to .ipply for a
special timher license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
llu- bank ul a tributary of the south
fork of Gold Creek flowing eastward
about two and a half miles east of
the east limit of Lot 4591, amt
about two miles north of the International Boundary, thence east m'
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west S(l chains, thence south 80
chiiins in point nf commencement,
and containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Alfred Murphy.
Dated July 5, 1907. i8-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
HSTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take nnliee that Robert Little, of
Fort Steele, H. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for a special
limber license over tho following
ii-sci beil lands:
Commencing at a post planted
,i le.ut 50 chains from tbe
nnt lb-east corner of License No.
11705, thence south 100 chains, thence
east -Hi chains, theuce north 100
. lin Ins, tbenee west 40 chains to
point of conimenceineiit, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
Robert Little.
Dated July  14,   1907. 18-61
EAST     KOOTENAY    LAND    DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF    EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that I, Mabel Lnndeck,
i f Gateway, B. C, wife of Henry F.
LaiHtecki, intends to apply (or par-
mission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted 4|
miles west aud I] miles north of Uie
Kooteiiuy River, along the International Boundary, thence east 40
hains, theuce south 80 chains, tlience
wesi In chains, thence north 80
chains lo point of commencement, and
containing 320 acres, more or less,
Mabel Laudeck.
Baled July 1Kb, 1907. 17-9t*
CKANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  EAST  KOOTENAV,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 1.:
Take notice that The King Lumher
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook), B. C,
intend to apply tor a special Timber
License over tlio following descrihed
lands:
,   Commencing   at    a     post planted
I about fiu    chains     north    of   Lamb
'Creek, on the northern boundary   of
|-ot 5162, running    west ltd chains,
thence    south (JO chaius, thence cast
4U chains,    thence north 20     chains,
tbenee east 80   chains, tlience nnrth
20    chains,   theuce  east 20   eliains,
thence north 20 chains to point     of
commencement,    and containing    t.i"
acres, more or less.
1   The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 20, 1907. 19-6t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumlier Co., Ltd., ol    Waldo, B. C,
ccupatiou, Lumber Manufacturer--,
intends lo apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands:
Commencing ut a post planted 10
.hains east of the N, E. corner of
Lot No. 8267. thenco running north
Hi chains to tho south line of Lot
\o. 8266, ihence west 40 chains to
ihe S. \\. corner of Lot 8266, thence
loiih 120 drains along tbo west Rite
if lots K'.iiii and A2A, thence west 10
ihains   to   east   Rue    ol Lot 2243,
lienco south   90 chains to the S. E.
omer of Lot 224.1, theuce west 00
ihains to the east Hue of Lot 8269,
'hence south 40 chains to the north
line ol Lot 8268, thence east 130
(liaitit* to Uie pi nee ot commencement.
Ross-Saskatoon   Lumber Co., Ltd.
Per Mauley II. Craig, Agent.
Dated July 4th, 1907. 17-5t
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
nf Gateway, H. C„ occupation,
.umbcrman, intends to apply for a
pedal Umber license over the foi
liwing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one and a half miles east of thei
oasterly limit ot Lot 4591, and
about two and a half miles north of
the Internal onal Boundary, thence
-ast so chains, thence north 80
hains, thence west 80 chains, thence
toutli 80 chains to tbe point ot
.-ommencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Alfred Murphy.
Daled July 5, 1907. 18-6t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTVCT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOO
TENAY
Take i^tice that Robert Little, ol
Fort Steele, B. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for . special
Umber license over tbe following
1 described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
lhe north-west corner ot Crows Nest
Timber License (2) and one mile west
of License 6792, thenco 80 chains
south, them-e 40 chains west, thence
In chains south, thence 40 chains
west, thenco 80 chains north, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thenco east 40 chains to point
t commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Dated July 16, 1987. 18-6t
Robert Little.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, ol
Fort Steele, B. C, occupation, Prospector, intends tu apply for a special
timher license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
ibe south-east corner of License No.
11793, thence 120 chains south, thence
40 ehains east, thence nortli 80
chains, thenco cast 40 chains, thence
n.ulb 40 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, and
11 oiit.tinii-x 040 acres, more or less.
1 Robert Little.
Dated July 14, 1007. 18-61
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 2.:
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Craubrook, B. O,
intend to apply for a special Timbei
License over the following descriheil
land*-:
Commencing at a post planted
ibout till cliaiiis north of Lamb
Creek, ou Uie northern boundary of
Lot 3462, running west 60 chains.
Ihence north 80 chains, thence east
on chains, tlience south 40 cliains,
thence east 40 ehains, theuce south
40 chains, theuce west 40 cbains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Bated July 20, 1907. 10-61
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY
SOUTH DIVISION
Take nnt ice tbat The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C,
intend lo apply for a Special Timber
License over tlie following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ah.iiit two miles noitb-west of tho
im iu tli of Gold Hill Creek, on tho
west line of Lot 5462, tlience running
west 00 ehains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 100 cliains,
Hence norlh 40 cbains, thence west
10 chains, Uienco north 40 chains to
point ol commencement and containing 040 acres, more or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. G. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated August 8, 1007. 81-61
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that .lames A. Sleele,
of Cranhrook, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply for
a special Umber license over the fuliowing described lands:
Commencing at the north-west corner ot Timber Limit No. 2sti:i, running south forty (40) ehains, west
lone hundred and sixty (160) chains,
ihenee north forty (40) chains to
place of beginning, containing B40
icres, more or less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
Dated the 17th day of Julv, A. D.
1907. 17-fit
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Take notice lhat thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner ot Lands and Works
foi a license to prospect for coal and
petroleum over the following des-.
cribed land, situate in Block 4503,
Snulli East Kootenay District, B.C.
Commencing at a post marked A.
McPhee'8 S. W. corner post, planted
ahoul 2 miles east of the Flathead
River and about 8 mites north of tbe
International Boundary, Thence north
mi chains, thence east 80 ehains,
thenco south sn chains, Uience west
sn chains to point of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less.
A. McPhee, Locater.
Located this 29th dav ot June,
1907.
No. 1. Take notice that thirty
days after date we intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lathis
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol-
lowini; described land, situate io
Block 4593, South East Kootenay
District, B. C: Commencing at *\
post, marked Ella Whipple's S. W.
corner post, planted on the ea?t side
of the Flathead River aod about 4
miles north ot the International
Boundary, ihence north 80 chains,
thence east So chains, thence south
so cliains, thence west SO chain*,
to point of beginning, containing 640
acres, more or less.
Ella Whipple, Locater.
Located this 17th day ot July,
1907.
Nn. 2. Commencing at a pi**»t
marked Gust Smith's N. W. corner
pnst, planted about one-fourth of a
mile east of the Flathead River ami
about ti miles north of the International Boundary, thence south so
chains, thence west SO chains, tiiem-e
north so chains, thence east 80
chains, to point ot beginning, containing i-i'.1 acres, more or less.
Gust Smith, Locater.
Located this 13th day ol July,
1907.
No. A. Commencing at a post
...arked Albert Connors' N. W. corner
post, planted about 1| miles east of
the Flathead Kiver and about 5
miles uorth of the International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains;
Uience east 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence west 80 chains to
point of beginning, containing 010
•""res, moie or less.
Albert  Connors,  Locater.
Located this 13th day ot Julv,
1907. 19-6t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  EAST  KOOTENAV,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Milts, Limited, Timber
Location No. 3.:
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C ,
intend to apply for a special Titnhei
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted Ite
.•hattif- west of Lamb Creek, on the
west Rue of Lot 5462, running along
said line south 40 chains, thence west
IM) chains, thence north 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, to point ol
.commencement, and containing Clu
acres, more or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 23, 1907. 19-Ct
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY.
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 4.:
Take nottw that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, ot Cranbrook, fi. O,
intend to apply for a special Timber
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted at
the south-east corner ot King Lumber
Mills, Limited, Timber Location No.
2, on the north boundary of Lot 5462,
running east 20 chains, thence north
20 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence north 20 chains,
tbenee east 20 chains, thence north
20 chains, thence west 120 chains.
thence south 40 chains, tbenee east
40 chains, thence soutb 40 chains to
point of commencement, and contein-
1 ing 640 acres, more or less.
Tbe King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 23, 1907. 19-Ct
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 5.:
Take notice that The King Lumlier
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C,
intend to apply for a special Timber
License over the following descriheil
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-west corner of King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber License
No. 6260, running north 80 chains,
more or less, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, more or less,
thence west 80 chains te point of
commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 15, 1907. 19-Ct
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timher
Location No. 6.:
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C,
intend to apply for a special Timber
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one and one half miles south of
Lamb Creek, running south 40
cliains, thence east 20 chnins, thence
south 20 chains, Uience east 00
chains, thence south 40 chains, thence
west 60 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
north 80 cbains, thence east 40
chains to point of commencement ami
containing 640 acres, more or less,
bounded on north, went and east
sides hy Lot 5412.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 18, 1M7. l»*«t
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM NOTICE
No. 1. Take notice th.,t thirty
lavs after dale we intend to apply
:o the Chief Comumsioner ot Lauds
ind Works tor a license to pros-pnot
oi coal and pctruteutu ou lhe following described U:.u, *iiuate iu Block
■;'■■■. South East Koutenay District,
B. C: Cumui-rucing at *\ post marked S. Avery's S. VI, comer poet,
platiU-d about. 2 miles west ut Um
i',_.-.:...__ River and about 3 miles
nurlh of the International Boundary,
theuce nuitb te chains, thence east
au chains, Uience south 80 chains,
Uience west so etiai-s to point of be-
gtoning, containing 640 acres, mora
ur less.
Sarah Avery, Locater.
Located this 7th day ot July,
1907.
No. 2. Commencing at a post
marked Esther Block's northeast corner post planted about 2 miles west
of ihe Flathead River and about 3
miles north of the Internab.ooai
Boundary, thence south 60 chains,
■."a-Lce west 80 chains, thence nucth
-u chains-, thence east 60 chains to
"-.;.; of beginning, containing ti4u
teres, more or less.
Esther Block, Locater.
Located this 7th day ol July,
1907.
No. 3. Commencing at a pott
marked Mik£ Sinclair's N. W. corner
\>o:.i planted about 2 miles west of
ihe Flathead River and about A units
north ui the International Boundary,
ihence soulh ti) chains, thence east
so chains, thence north so chains,
thenco west 60 chains, to point uf
beginning, containing 610 acres, more
or less.
Mike Sinclair, Locater.
Located this 7th day ot July,
1907.
No. 1. Commencing at a post
marked Hugh McGuire's S. E. comer
post, planted about three miles west
of Hit- Flathead Kiver and about 3
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 80 chVins, thence norm
60 chains, thence east 60 chains to
point ot beginning, containing 640
acres, more or less.
Hugh McGuire, Locater.
Located tins 7th day ot July,
1907.
No. 5. Commencing at a post
marked Rose McGuire's N. E. corner
pu-l, planled about 3 miles west of
thu Flathead Kiver and about 2
miles north of tho International
Boundary, thence south fcu cbains,
thence west BO chains, thence north
30 chains, ihence east su chains tu
point ot beginning, containing 61U
aires, nml e or less.
Rose McGulrt, Locater.
Located this 7th day of July,
1907.
No. 6. Commencing at a poll
marked Li aie Devlin's N. E. corner
pust, planted about 2 miles west of
the Flathead River and about _
miles north of tbe International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains,
ihence west Hit chains, thence uorth
mi chains, thence east 80 cbains to
puint of beginning, containing 610
acres, more or less.
Lizzie Devlin, Locater.
Located this 7th day of July.
1907.
No, 7. Commencing at a post
marked Mary Devlin's N. W. corner
post, planted about one mile west of
tho Flathead River and about three
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, tbenee west 80 chains to
point of beginning, containing 640
acres, more or lesa.
Mary Devlin, Locater.
Located this 8tb day ol July,
1907, IMt THK   0RA.NHROOK   HERALD
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Mrs. Soudan, who had been halting
jher sisier, Mrs. Lester Clapp, returned to her home at Rosalia, Wash.,
Momlay last.
.lohn Wilson, of Karubaln, Quebec,
father of Wilson, the jeweler, left today for his home utter a pleasant
v.sit with Cranbrook relatives. Mr.
Wilson has made two visits lo
Crnnbrook and he was very much impressed with the change for the better in the town during tho last three
years.
I). .1. Rimer, of Kingsgate, was in
the city a few days this week. Mr.
Elmer says that they will not hold
iheir city election until next February, anil was filled with chagrin Inst
Tuesday evening while at the new
opera house because this pride of
Cranbrook is larger than the nne they
have at Kingsgate.
S. .1. Mlghton will take over the
room now occupied hy Lamp's barber shop about the middle ot
September and enlarge his tobacco
store to double ijs present capacity.
Mr. Mighlon's increased trade demands more room tor the large stock
he is carrying and he will arrange
for improvements iu this Way.
There will be a meeting of tbe
Cranbrook Liberal association at
Mighton's ball tomorrow (Friday)
night, at 8 o'clock foi the mil pose of
electini* officers, electing delegates to
the Vancouver convention in October
and transacting such olhcr business
that may to presented. A large
attendance is desired. Remember
tbe hour, 8 o'clock, sharp.
Word has been received from Peek
Mat-Swain, who is now in Tetaoa
Washington, working on one of the
newspapers in that town. Frank
Dickenson saw him 'last week while
there visiting bis brother, and says
that "Peek" has crawled up on the
water wagon and declares that in the
future he will carry a regular meal
ticket and ride In varnished cars.
The remains of Thomas Thomas,
the man who was drowned at Marysville the day the other two men were
drowned, by endeavoring to ford the
river, were found by an Indian near
the Mission last Saturday and they
were brought in Sunday, lie was
Identified hy a man named Hicks who
came frnm England with him, and it
i.s said that he leaves a wife and live
children in Ihe Old Country.
W. I). Hill is s|iending this week
among the furniture manufacturers nt
eastern Canada and writes to his
manager here to keep pushing the
sale of furniture as he will order
enough this time to fill two store
rooms. He will go on to New Yorki
the latter part ot the week to look
up the latest in men's furnishings, so
il would he well for the Cranbrook
| public to be prepared tor some novel
creations when W. 1). orders that
'stock.
Mr. Laidlaw, who lias charge of the
Igrocery department- of the Fink Mer-
'cantile company, is an artist ns a
window decorator, anil produces
some effects that are extremely pleas-
litii* to the eye. Mr. LaWlaw's latest
i effort is n camping scene and everyone
lwlm has seen the window Ims nothing
hut words of praise. The
flceno is a perfect picture
[showing    the      tent, the     can
ned food supplies, the lake ami outlet, tbe embers of a camp fire, tlie
■ refuse pile buck of tlm tent where
old cans and empty bottles nre
(thrown, copies of the Cranbrook Her-
^ild, lishing tackle, in fact everything
,thttl makes a ramp outfit complete.
[Mr. Laidlaw is now figuring ou a
.window for Labor Day and there is
i no doubt but that it. will he one of
the best.
[ One of the best dramatic offerings
in the coming autumn will lie a
magnificent pr.rducUoti ol a famous
play under the management ot Clifford Lane Rruee, Having had such a
lengthy experience In lhe theatrical
requirements of tlie West, Mr. Bruce
feels confident that this forthcoming
presentation will be tlie success of
the season, besides giving Canadians
an opportunity to witness a drama
which otherwise would not reach
them for many seasons. Mis-i Helene
Scott, for four years leading lady
with Harold Nelson, has heen n|>eciul-
ly engaged for this tour, while the
other principles ot the company are
now being selected In New York. No
return dates will be played as the
management is negotiating for an
Australian tour to begin shortlv after
Christmas. Name of play will he
announced Mer.
EXPLANATION
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Several regular features of the
Herald had to he omitted this week
owing to the demand for advertising
spaee, omong them the rallwav column, which Is greatly regretted by
the management.
WANTED
Man to contract lor sawing lath nt
our .laffray mill. Kor particulars
apply to North Star Lumber company, Elko, B. C. . 15-tf
DO  YOU LOVE MUSIC?
Have ynu a muHiunl iimtrumont'.' II not,
tin-DOLCKOLA is jilrtl wlmt y..u want. It
w played with koyn like u pinna, ami having
a Himlliir net hm. Tlm liol.ri.nl,.-. ims a
nw.i'i, harp-like t  nn.l l„ midm-Hud l.y
l-'ii.liiiK inimi.-iiiii* fvi'i vwbei-e.
Thi'lKll.ri'.tll.V In  ll tmltiMl h'Ktmiii-«,i
tn lunrii l<v i'    li Inemivoiiiai *um
A*-.*ni« wi I.   llon.l tu-nllt.
Kor further pnrtlfiibiin uppl,v to Mn«.
UiKi.i.e.i i- -uuk.Uom-rul Again lur II. I..
!i "STEWARTS"
TlioUnilliiifKriill •sl""'
n	
luii'i'Mirr i-k.\iis. I'En inn
I'liUllH, III KHIMKI.   .11 l'l.If,
IIVNI'llKllltl. s
I'lliiHK TOMATUliS INK
rnT\iiiK..s
s.'►:..',ill's pink riliiin|.\i'i:s
HAZI.KVi'ihii, IIIK ntlMM
HUGH STEWART
I'limm 7ft     •     Aruialroiiy Ave
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McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mi-iino; Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
.1. T. 1,Aim.AW, M.B.
THOS. T. McVlTTIB, P.1..K.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
I! J. EDGAR DAVIS
I'.HK'K
AND
OEM ENT
WORK
 )M_ ,„     CRANBROOK
**********************
MONTY
The
Shine
Man
Till' pllll'O  In (Jul your Shoes
kept in proper, slmpe.
Laing's Barber Shop
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SUMMER
EXCURSION RATES
EAST
From Cranbrook
$52.50 tu
Port Arthur,  St.  Paul
Duluth, Sioux City
Winnipeg $43.25
St. Lou.t $60.00
Chicago $64.00
Toronto  $78.50
Ottawa $82.55
Montreal  $84.00
St. John't $94.00
Halifax            $101.80
Tickets on Sale July 3, 4, 5,
August 8, 9,10, Sept. II, 12, 13
I'lUS'M'I.ASS  ROUND Till I-
IKI DAVS' l.i.MIT
CorrwninniHnii riHliictltina from i.tl
K...,i,.,i„v (...ims TickKta aviitltililH for
Ifilf Horn,.. Im.iliUiiti M.nls nn.l ll.rtlia
"ii lake atenuurra.   Tlirollgli rutw,,,,,,,, ...I
I., anv .union Ontario, Qllul  or .Mini.
Iiui,- I'ruvlnreaon ii|>|illratlun.
E. J. COYI.E       J. 5. CARTER
ill. I'.    . D. P. A .
VANCOUVER NKI.SON B   0,
We lutvt- tin- followit-.g g Is nn liiuul him! will lie pleased to
supply your wants: -
POtt'l'LAND CKM ENT                FIRE CLAY
FIRE HliU'K           W.M.I. FIBRE
PLASTER OP PARIS
FIELD AM. SEWER PIPE
AND ALL  KINDS OF I'Ll'MBIN.I GOODS
J. G. McCALLUM & CO. iur™nt
********************************************
FIFTH ANNUAL ][
NELSON FRUIT FAIR I
NELSON, B.C.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, ;:
SEPTEMBER 18, 19, 20, 1007
Larger ami Better than ever.
SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE
Freo Shows Twice Daily. Ilnrse Races.
Cheap Excursion Rates on all Transportation Lines.
Kor Information or Prize List, write
It. I'. MORRIS, Soeretiiry.
P. O. Box 95
C. W. BUSK, President. NELSON. II. C
AA****** A***************»
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M.Ml.c.Nr.r. 0.
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Rough ami ilii-ssi-il
LUrtBER nml
DtrtENSIONS
Also all kinds ol
M..UI.I.IN.IS
Mil I S AT   '
.InlTray, Ryan ami
Cranliriii.k, B.C.
Ileal ...Ilo, • _r.ib.iHil,
I**********t**************
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Manager..
Drop in and see us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
out ol the 24

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