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JOB PRINTING
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turn out th* best elan
ol work.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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IF   YOU   WANT  CRANBROOK   TO  GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME  ENTERPRISE
VOLUMB 14
ORANBBOOK.   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  TlIl'RSuAY. AUGUST 8. 1012
NO. 32
PUNS FOR CEMENT
SIDEWALKS
DISCUSSED   AT SPECIAL MEETS
INO OF CITY COUNCIL MONDAY AFTEItNOON.
A npcclul ims'llng ol lhe city coun-
eil hMik place on Monday afternoon,
at which Mayor llowaess presldnl
uml the following aldermen were in
atlendanoe: Campbell, Johnson antl
Clapp.
A communication was read Irom
the Kootenay Telephone Lines, Ltd.,
in reply to the complaint registered
hy the council last week as to inefficient service. The telephone company asked that some specific Instances ei neglect or inefllclency Im
cited and promised prompt investigation.
The communication was referred to
'he mayor and dtf clerk with power
to act.
The lollowlng report hy the city
engineer and tlie city assessor, re
cement sidewalks was then read:
Cranhrook, B.C., August 2, 1912.
To the Mayor and Aldermen, City of
Cranhrook, Cranbrook, B.C.
Oentlitiicn: We are in receipt ol a
copy of the resolution punned at tlm
last council meeting, re certain local
thereon, according to clause s ol
bylaw No, IM, ol the City ol Cranhrook, ss follows:
Itesolutlon: "A I'i toot cement
sidewalk coiiiiiieiicing trom tliu inter
section of the alley on south Baker
lane and Van Home street, thence lo
corner ol Baker and Hanson street*,
In block III."
(a). The land to be iinniodiiilcly
bcttellted hy the construction ol
above inisilioiinl sidewalk will lie
that contained In lots Id, 20, 21 ami
22, In block 91.
(h). The probable duration ot the
work is difficult to determine, hut,,
onditiomi being luvorablc, we think
20 years may lie taken as the probable time ol duration.
(c). The estimated cost ol tlie
work is tir.in.iill and the amount!
which should lie assessed against tbe
lots mentioned in (a) is H178.00.
(d). The lollowlng are the proportions of the estimated eost to he
home by the land benefited:
Block.
Lot
Ft. Frontage.
Per Ft.
Total
HI
19
195
14.00
(780.00
91
M
35
4.00
132.00
91
21
33
4.00
132.00
»1
22
33
4.00
132.00
Resolution: "Also a 12 loot cement
sidewalk along tbe south side of
Baker street in Block 90."
(a). The land to he immediately
lanrefited by the construction of
above mentioned sidewalk will he
that contained in lots 19, 20, 21, 22,
2.1, 24, 25, 20, 27 and 28.
(b). The probable duration of the
work Is difficult    to determine, but,
conditions being favorable, we think
20 years may be taken as the probable time ot duration.
(c). The estimated cost ot the
work is $1232.00 and the amount,
which should be assessed against the
lotf mentioned In (a) is M24.0U.
(d). The following are the proportions ol tbe estimated cost to he
hornc by the land benefited:
Block.
Lot.
Ft. Frontage.
Per Ft.
Total.
00
19
28
(3.50
(18.00
00
20
26
3.50
91.00
90
21
20
3.50
01.00
90
22
20
3.50
01.00
90
a
26
3.50
91.00
90
21
20
3.50
91.00
no
25
26
3.50
91.00
90
20
26.
3.50
91.00
on
27
11
3.50
91.00
90
28
28
3.50
98.00
(924.00
Resolution: "Also a 12 loot cement sidewalk along tlw sooth side ol
Baker St. on block 89, where required."
(a>). The land to he immediately
benefited by the const ruction cl
above mentioned sidewalk will he
that contained in lots 19, 20, 21 and
21 and 25 and a partial benefit will
la' conlerml on that contained in
lots 22 and 23. N'o benefit will
accrue to land In lots 20, 27 and
28, as a 12 loot sidewalk exists there
at present.
(t»).  The pmlAblc duration ol   Hie
work is difficult to determine, hut,
we think conditions being favorable
20 years may be taken as toe probable rate ol duration.
(c). The estimated co.l ol tne
work required, viz., the laying ol a
12 loot sidewalk in front vi lots lull inclusive, and lots 24 and III, aim,.
adding to ami repairing the sidewalk
in Iron! of his 23 and 23 is 1817.01
and the amount to be assessed
against the lots henedted is (522.80.
(d). The tollowing are the proportions ol the estimated cost to De
In me by the land benefited.
Block.
IM.
Fl. Frontage
Per Ft
Total. ]
89
19
28
11.50
$S» 1*1
89
20
II
3.5W
91.00
8*
21
'JS
'            3.50
91.011
89
25
36
3.50
91.00
89
22
II
3.50
91.00
99
23
21!
1.17
30.40
89
24
211
1.17
30.40
Total 	
Note—As   there Is an enisling   cement   sidewalk 10 leet wide in front
(552 80
ol lots 22 and 29,   we suggest
Ihe    proportion of Uw eost to
i4iarged against these lots be      one
ehi rd ot thi' charge made against the
other lol* In said block.
Iti'siiltilinn.—"Also a 12 toot cement sidewalk along the south side
.•I Baker street, on block 88."
la). Thc land to he immediately
Irui'lili-d by the const rucl ion of
uliove mentioned sidewalk will be
llul ii.ntaiiHsi In lots I*, M, 11, 22
lllock,
IM.
Ft, Frontage.
88
19
11
88
20
11
88
21
II
88
22
11
88
23
17
88
24
11
88
25
II
98
211
11
88
27
11
88
28
11
Tol.l
23, 24, 25, 28, 27 and 21.'
(b).   Tbc   probable duration nl thc
that work is difficult to determine but wc
Ini think conditions  being laiorahle,   211
years may   he taken as the probable
duration.
(e). The estimated cost ol thc
work required is 11232 nil and the
amount to la' asstsmed against Ihc
lots mentioned hi In) is (924.00.
(d). The tollowing are thc proportions of tbe estimated eost to he
borne by    the land nenehied:
 ! I\,     tl
l*er Ft.
Itesi lul ion.-"Also a 12 foot cement sidewalk along the north side at
Maker street from the south welt
comer to the south east corner nt
block 93."
<>). The land to lie Immediately
hcncfllcd by the const ruction of
above mentioned sidewalk will he
that contained in lots 2—15, Inclusive.
to). The probable duration ol   the
lllock.
Lot.
Ft. Frontage.
11
2
11
U
3
It
?'
4
U
11
1
M
It
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13
1
»
  W14.M
work Is difficult to determine but we
think crsditions being favorable, 10
years may he taken aa the probable
period ol duration
It). Tne estimated cent ol the
work required It $1718.33 and lhe
amount to he assessed •gainst the
. (4), The lollowlng are the proper
lots mentioned In (a) hi 11341.25.
lions nl the estimated cost to he
borne by the land benefited:
I      i
Per Ft.
Total.
11.71
111.75
1.71
93.71
1.11
11.71
Ml
.   11.11
MP .•<*! , i
•Ml
l"l'<.^.
Ml
•I*
Block.
03
93
113
03
9.1
93
91
93
Lot.
s
»
in
ll
12
13
II
15,
Ft. Frontage.
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
Pet Ft.
3.75
3.75
■1.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
Total.
JI3.75
(13.75
(13.75
03.75
03.71
(13.75
93.75
112.50
Total
Sim
l»csnliitlon.—"Also   a 12 loot    e,.- |work is ilinu'tilt no iletciiiilne, but wo
inent nldewalk   on tin- north Bide    "I   think conditions being Invonthle,   211
Ibikn street,    nn Mock til lo     Hie years may    be taken m the probable
south oast  corner nl hit 12 in    said  perlrd ol duration,
block." I   let.   Tb,-    estimated cost- ol      the
(a).   Tire  land    to la- inimislialely work  required is v7Uii.su      nml   tlie
heuclllcd by the construction of above   amount to  lie aisuffiHl against    Die
mentioned sidewalk will bc that con-   lots menlioiiid in la) is 1507,60,
tuiunl in lots    12, 13, II, 15     and     id),   'lhe lollowlng nru tile propor-
16. .tions ol    lhe estimated cost      lo   In'
(b).   The piiiialile duration ol   she  home by the laml benefited:
Block.
Lot;
Ft. Frontage.
Per Ft.
Total.
91
12
25
$3,60
(90.00
91
13
25
3.00
1)0.00
III
14
25
3.110
110.00
III
15
Kl
3.611
08.40
91
II!
00.1
2.711
250.20
Total 	
Note.—As there is an existing cement sidewalk 8 ft. wide in front
of lot 16 we suggest that 3-4 of tbo
rat*? charged against Uie other lots
be charged against lot 16. This side-
walk is in a bad state of repair ami;
will practically require to tie totally
rebuilt.
General.—Tbe estimated cost figured
iln not allow of any extra work required in connection with the building of accesses to basements, inserting ventilating gratings In sidewalks or any such additional wi rk.
No allowance has been made for tlm
wooden sidewalk. Tb? amounts payable hy ttie city and the owners arc
bused on a proportion of 1-4 ami 3-1
respectively. Thc estimated eost of
tlte respective sidewalks is difficult to>
determine, and in order tbat no over
cost wifl be incurred a suflii ittitly
high figure has lieen taken, It is
therefore   expected    that ttie actual
   $507.60
costs will he considerably under   tlie
estimate.
Kesprctfully submitted,
It. Y. Parker,
Citv Engineer.
T. M. Roberts,
City Assessor.
Tlie report was-received and adopted.
Bylaw N'o. 113, establishing grades
ami sidewalks on Maker street, was
put through its scvernl readings, reconsidered and Anally passed.
Hvlaw N'o, 11 was reconsidered and
finally passed.
Bylaw No. 112 was reconsidered,
finally passed and adopted.
Ttie quest ii'ii (it tile fence uni uml
the post oilier was again up for consideration nnd the mattei referred
to the mayor and city clerk wilh
power tr, act.
I   i'i iiiH'if then adjourned.
TARIFF ON LUMBER
A.    B. WATTS   DISCUSSES SUBJECT ENTERTAININGLY IN
TUB TIMBERMAN.
Below is reproduced frum
Timber man, Portland, Ore., an interesting communication addressed
iiy Mr. A. E. Watts, of Wattsburg,
to tbe publisher, Mr. (1. M. Cornwall:
You asked me for my opinion. 1
hope it will mrt he nauseous,
Yoii say the lumber market on
your side of thc.iinc is showing considerable strength owing to tin- splendid crops in prospecl and tin general
prosperity. I am glad to bear it as
we always feci tin- reflex action in
Canada, in matter how prosperous
we may he. We feel the ripple of
tt* your adversity, and vice versa.
In reply to your question re importations of American lumber. An
amount equalling tbe total production of Uh* interior mills of B. C,
about six hundred million feet,    was
Dear Sir: Thanks (or your courtesy dumped on onr market by your mania sending a copy of the judgment ot ufaelurerx. Many of us simply elos-
tbe exchequer court of Canada, ed down and let you pr. pie do the
whose oVrisiiKi is that sized lumber profitable (?) b'is-ii.e-s. We smile.
is dutiable, and also note Mr. Hoop- j We have our timlicr for better limes
it's message to you that tbc judg- and prices,
meat would mt be enforced. |    \es, Canada is   prosperous. Splcn-
Vou remark ihat ibis umwtion is djtf (.n,,,s ■„ gnpggty immigration
receiving a great deal ot considera-''enormous, and only 5 per cent of the
tion on both sides of the border. To total good arable land yet under cuius in the interior of B.C. it it a mrt- tlvatlon. Tbe earning'capacity of
ions matter, as wc are not favored the prairie provinces will astonish
by having tlw markets ot the world, the world in the next few vears-
like mills situated near thc e«8t, wet cities springing up like mushrooms
having only thc prairie provinces lor over night. Seeing these things.
an outlet lor our produce, therefore What fools lumber men are to give
when depression strikes our Ameri- their timber away for nothing. Edu
ran cousins wc feel tbe effects of the catc your. people to conserve the
dcimping of their surplus on our ..nl), most valuable visible asset they have
market more keenly than any other —standing timber,
manufacturers. I   Your correspondent at Ottawa says
Whilst we sympathize with our ^ intCrview«*d Ibe in nister of cus-
.eousins who feci tho smart of Ibe toni8i *ho Sili(l: .,Thc n v tambw.
financial lash of their bankers who In£, urge,, 1|H. ,(, inipos(; ft milv j
drltc Ihem to dispose of their pro* rclu(W| t)l (Io so UII|(.SS thf? „mrt ,,,._
dint* at much below Uie cost nt nan-
ufactming. we nre made to b-el thc
disastrous effects, but have
the comfort of knowing
that Canadian bankers are
better able lo carry their clients
through times of depression, and we
ean if we choose save our standing
limber, whilst your people are
slaughtering (heirs unmercifully without profit to themselves nr benefit to
any person, denuding ymir fore-it* in
a prodigal manner, not because they
wish to commit commercial sulci le,
but because they are driven to it.
Wc need not analyze the reasons,
tliey are obvious. No sane man will
sell at a loss unless compelled to.
Therefore tlte responsibility rests
with your financial system. Why not
copy Canadian methods of ban-Unit7
A   country as rich as yours   after
reaching the apex of civilization    In ' three m les west
many ways,   should not permit such , day afternoon.
cided thai the law ci nipclbd me, and
unless the judge of the exchequer
court gives bis decision that I must*.
impose tin* duly, I will nnt do so."
I presume v<nr correspondent's to*
ports can to relied upon, hut in
any case 1 am asking the minister If
be Ir correctly reported, and if he is
Ihere will Ih- something more tor
publication that will interest both
sides of tlie international line.
Yours very truly,
A; R. Watts.
President Wattsburg Lumber Co. Ltd
FATAL UGIDEIT
Kd. Korrell, n lumberjack, was   itt-
sl.iutli   killnl   un llm   (' I'.11. track
rf Hie eily nn Mnn-
t niUK-ars llial Kar-
a system In exist, sn itaniu^ing    to J rell   wan   walkim;   mil    troin town
ini'iui Hint lirtlustrics which are made ulisiir tlie   track,      Ile was pronim-
In   suffer Ions hy tlit. smallest final.- ably somewhat under the influence ol
rial brwrc nr flurry. I liquor.    When the train Irom I'noli-
I haw been severely criticised    by  nay   l.nmlinir,   came In sIrM Farrcll
several American   papers Inr making  was seen by   lhe i iiRlnccr, wlio    put
public statements similar to Ure lore- im Ihe brakes,   It wn* 1hnii;ht  that
ailing, hut they should not leel   son   Kartvll 1i.ul cut clear, imt tlie    past
when Ktii'd naturcd  advice is tender-  Urlnu tin' eiiRiiu'i'i   saw   wus l-'.irrrll
jcil       We don't,    when   yuur Teddy   apparently    pliimjlns   liendlone;   into
llell* <is how tn run Ihc llritish   em-  Iln' train.      Ho had doubtless     bo.
pire.    We admire his pluck and    the ( come   ennfu*eil   by the   sudden   np-
ciHiimon   sense   he eipreaaes, except  praach ol lhe train, and alter striiK-
■*■» he   propc--• lo mai* us    ■'■d-l kIImr to IiIh Im-I. sitamblvd   into   tha
Ink instead ol tram It.
' •*** -****** fc— .
TENTH YEAR OF PONTIFICATE
POPE PIUS    X.    ENTBHS UPON
TENTH YEAR OF HIS HE I ON
AS SUPREME   PONTIFF.
It was nine years lasl Sunday
since the memorable Sunday * on
whieh flinscpne Sflrto, wlm bail been
Paiitiaich of Venice, whs crowned
I'imtifev Maximus nf the Catholic
church, and invested with tho Insi^-
nia of his office in the preat Basilica
f St. Peter, tilled to it's capacity
with jnteresUd spectators from all
parts of tha fclobe. Owing to the
extremely delicate condition of tbc
Pope's health, which compelled him
some time ago reluctantly to follow
llie urgent advice of bis phyricintiN
and to suspend all public audiences
and functions, there will be no public
observance of the anniversary.
The fact tbat Pius X. has entered
upon the tenth year of his reign ns
supreme pontiff partakes of additional importance inasmuch as It disproves the superstitious prudictlnn
that Pnpc Pins, who was nine years
a parish priest, nine years a bishop
and nine years a patriarch, would
not In* pope more than nine years,
Superstitions concerning tlie probable
duration cl the reign of popes have
always been quite common, but almost invariably tlieir hllacy was
shown by actual fads. During the
reign tf Pins IX, Mio superstitious
iK'licf was quite general tlmt be
would not he pope more than tweutyr
live- years, two months and seven
days, that is, not longer Unii St.
Peter ivigned afler the establish.
meat of the papal see In Home. Yet
Pius IX. disproved the supers!itintN
theory by reigning -"fl years, seven
mouths and 21 days.
There have been but three Popes
who have icignd more than 'i'i years.
The lirst was St. Peler, who spent
tlie -first seven years of his ponti.fH-
cate at Antioeh and then came to
(tome, where he reigned an additional
25 years, two mouths and seven
days, before he died a martyr. Next
to him came Pius IX, who relent''!
thirty-one years, seven months and
21 days ami then came Koo XIII,
wbo was Pope 25 years and five
months. Six pontiffs have reigned
more than 23 years; eleven more
than 20 years; 300 less than one
year and nine less than one month.
Of the first thirty Popes, 20 were
martyrs, except St. Dionysius,
who was the 25th. The total number of Popes wlm died inareyrs was
CJ.
In view of the precarious condition
uf the Pope's health and the possibility that be may not survive his. anniversary by more than a few months
•-.peculation is ripe as to his probable
successor in the pontificate. Of
course, there is nothing definite to
form the basis of a forecast, bub
one tiling seems to be tolerably certain—that tlie next Pope will not be
an American. In fact it seems to
he generally understood that the successor of Pius X. Is to he an Italian
Tbe tremendous growth and development of tbe Catholic church in the
I nited States has given rise to the
hope that sooner or later one of the
American cardinals would be selected
for tbe papacy. That tamo may
eventually come, hut at present
that hope is undoubtedly premature.
In tin; selection of a candidal-- for
thc piKitifficate many things have t<>
lie cmisidered and so intricate are Uh*
condition:*! which have their hearing
upon tbc choice that few men out-side
id the church, in fact, outside of tlie
highest hierarchy of tbc church, can
fully realize and appreciate them. A
great body, especially a rcHgiou--.
one, is, necessarily, conservative and
tbc Catholic church is no exception.
The time bas not yet come for selecting a pontiff from outside of
Italy. Ilut even if the 'Lurch were
ready and willing to a** outatdc, the
Italian government is not ready to
permit this. The Catholic church is
not wholly free in Hs selection of supreme pontiff, hence tbe agitation,
MX yet ended by any means, for the
sovereignty of the Pope. The Vatican
palace itself, it must lie remembered,
belongs to the Italian governmenl,
ami it is exceedingly doubtful that
the Italian government would eon-
sent to the occupation of the Vatican
by a Pope, win is an American citizen, an Englishman, an Austrian, a
Frenchman, or Spaniard.
The choice of    a successor to Plus
I •*■*• being thus narrowed down to   the
.Italian   contingent ol the Sacred college, it becomes    comparatively slm-
I pie to mention the six cardinals who
j nre   considered   ihe strongest candidates for the papacy. First come the
leaders of  tide three parties In     the
Sacred   college.    Cardinal Kiimpnlla,
wlio was a candidate at the la-'
conclave, Cardinal Dr I,«i and Cardinal Madl ami next In line, Cardinal
Ferrata, Cardinal RIcMmy, archhisb
of nl Tarbl   and Cafe*) OMfarrl
It is the general belief in well informed circles that tne of these six
is practically sure to be selected for
the honor.
TO HK   BRECTEtl IX THIS CITY
-IH-.cisiox     REACHED AFTER CONFERENCE WITH
VIGAR-OENERAL, REV.
FATHER ALTHOFF.
Hev. Father Althoff, r,f Nelson, vl-
cnr-tgencral of thc diocese of Vancouver, spent some days in the city this
week. Mis mission was twofold.
In the lirst place lie came to dedicate
tlie new chapel at (lie St. Eugene
hospital, it private ceremony. In the
second placo he came to meet, the
Catholics of this eily and discuss
with thorn questions affecting the
erection 'd a school and Ute election
of the proposed new church.
After full discussion and hearing
the emphatic views id lhe vieai-mi-
eral, it was decided to proceed us
early ns possible with tin* erection ol
n joint school house and assembly
hall.
Tbe site of the proposed schjol
huildiiig will lie on Mubury avenue
just beyond Kains street. Whilst the
exact details as to the building are
not at present available, it may be
said that the structure will lie of
brick and concrete, of thc best modern construction. The assembly hall
will Ir* about 78 feet by 28 feet in
area. The building will be of two
storeys, the assembly hall occupying
the upper story ami the schools, one
for hoys and the other [nc girls, the
ground floor.
The Sisters of Charity will provide
iwo teachers for the girls school
and il is assured that the standard
of education will be ;.t least as high,
if not higher, than thai prevailing in
lhe public schools ol tlie province.
Pupils will lw prepared for tin' high
school ami university examinations.
The proposal to proceed immediate*
ly wilb the erection of the school
huilding. hy no means sidetracks the
proposed new church edifice. As soon
as lhe school building is er«*trd and
in operation, a start will be made
on the new church, which promises
to be one of thc hand-somest sacrc.
edifices in tlw* interior
ft is expected tliat tbe foundations for the new school building
will be underway before snow flies.
The assembly hall will provide a
commodious place for parish and
social gatherings, and it wtll be fitted up with complete stage fittioss1
fi r musical ami dramatic entertainments.
The new school building will ma^e
a welcome awl suhstaneial addition
to the educational resources of the
city. It is anticipated that Ute new
structure will cost in the neiehi-or-
hood of JI 7.0(10 or $1S,000.
m tii or
NOW   ONE    OF    THE     BUSIEST
SPOTS IN" THK CRANHROOK
DISTRICT.
datlons now in the way of a station and siding "n the Spokane In-
ttinational line, about five mites
siiuih of Yahk. This place is named
Glenlily, ami there is also a school
there for the accommodation of    the
iii'in ii living in the neighborhood.
Yabk is becoming a BporUm^u's
paradise, and those tgho go there
ivith either roil or gUQ are always
well rewarded, Ai the Vahk hotel
sportsmen enn always to assured of
the best of accoymiodatjoii. And at
tin* two stores, one conducted by S.
1. McCartney and the other be McLcod and Harrison, averyUiing in
tin- way of   supplies can he procured.
Then lhe social side of life at Yahk
not to I*' overlooked. Only      last
Friday irfghl there   was a very    en-
ivable donee si the Vahk hotel, of
which B. -i   Uilcy, is manager.    Be-
Idcs thc people of Uie town in attendance, several ladies and gentlemen came from Movie, and from
down the valley towards Kinfgtg&tc.
One. of the busiest spots in the
district at the present time is tbi
thriving town of Yah1*:. To the casual, ohrcrver, passing through <»n
t he. train Uw place might appeal
rather quiet, but let him stop over
for u day and his mind wilt soon be
changed.
About 15U men are employed hy
tbe King Lumber company. This
null, which is close to town, is tunning to its full capacity. Itetetilly
the railway used for logging purposes was extended hacVi into tbe
limber limits, * dMancu ot six
miles.
The Vahk Lumber rompany arc
employing sixty men and thc mill Is
iu full operation. This mill Is loOKted
about a mile west of the town.
Messrs. McKncbern and Houmr.ii
are putting in a tie camp near
Cur/on .Junction and will employ
150 men.
Tlte new railway station at Yahk,
costing $0,000 has been taken over
by Ute C.P.lt. from the contractors,
and .J. -I. Cory, tlte r.ernt. will mo>o
into tlie new premises this week.
The building is well finished thrn'tgh-
out, the waiting rooms are large
; nd comfortable, and everything indicates that the company expects a
law viduinc uf business from this
place in lhe future.
Some of the finest hind to I.e found
anywhere in the country lies in Ute
vicinity of Yahk ami along thc valley
of the lower Moyie river. Much of
this land is under cultivation ami
growing excellent crops of fruit and
vegetables- Tlw strawlierrles raised
Ihere are fully equal to those grown
around Creston. The people living
iu tbe valley have railway accntmno-
TELEPHONE CO.'S REPLY
OBJECT TO CRITICISM BY CITY
COttXClL OF SE1W10B
SUPPLIED.
Kilit-.r Tne Horn Id, Sir;- Re-
fi-rritii: to the -^i.c-rnl com plain! of
the city council ni its Usl minting
nml which was published in lasl
week's issue <>f yonr paper regarding the service rcmlere., by the
Kuoteimy Telephone Lines, Ltd,,
iheilirwtoreof thr Kootenay Telephone Lines. Ltd., fee! Hint the
company is not Mti-i- justly tlnnlt
with in this matter, While no
speeifi-- i-oinpluintti have Ut-u
quoted it U very difficult to inves-
Ug&U.*, Ii.it tho directors awl umn*
Dgeroeof of the company are prepared m all times to remedy any
defect llmt may exist,or that may
bo brought to tlieir attention; and
it has been ami will U1 our aim to
furnish leliu' le itt.il prompt telephone service and to deal courteously with everybody.
For some time [*aax a largo amount of reconstruction work has
been iti progress in the city. Certain changes and improvements in
different parts of the city have
become uecessary, owing to tht"
growth of tlio eily. and while this
work is being carried on a considerable amount of imoiivenience to
ottr subscribers, ns well as to ourselves, bas been experienced.
Lightning, wind and rain storms,
by far more numerous lliis year
than in past years, have beeu an
important factor in producing
troubles wbicb all telephone and
telegraph coui|mnies are heir to,
but in each case the trouble lias
been cleared up as >*\p)tlitiously
as possible.
While it may lie quite probnhlt-
that some of our subbcriU-is have
n*asod for complaint through laxity ou the part of some employe**
or otlier. we would appreciate au
immediate rejx>rt in all eases,
quoting phono numbers, and exact
time, and if lliis is done ptomptly
an immediate investigation may
be made ami lite offending party
dealt with. Oelay. however, iu
making snob report onlj t«*nds to
hinder tnveatiguitoii and correction of the service.
The directors and management
deprecate the fact that this comprint has Ifocu given such wido
publicity iu view of the reuson
that it has been their constant en-
endeavor to give Cranbrook and
the entire district through wbieh
the Kootenay Telephone Lines,
Lul.. operate, the very belt a*-r-
vice itossilnV Tlie oompany has
expended a large umotuit uf money
in advancing Us nystem into every
camp and and mill iu Booth Kast
Koolenay. besides making connection with tho Alberta government
and American systems on either
side of our distriet, thus afTonling
an excellent opportunity to the
public, business and professional
men to handle   their   alTuirs with
all possible despatch.
In conclusion it must be re-
membered by at! telephone users
that certain troubles an* Imuiul to
crop up from time to time even in
the most olabdrnto and up-to-date
systems found iu the smaller ones.
Yours Very Truly,
V. Hyde Maker, Vice-President;
Dr. J. II. King, Director;
Simon Taylor, Director;
•I. It. McNabb. (.c-n'l Manager;
T. (i. Jones. Secretary.
Cranbrook. B. 0., Aug. H* 1912,
An official report shows that them
has luen an increase of 50 per oettt ia
the acreage of land planted with
farit t,bi*; year. Thr fruit crop is
estimated to be worth t2,ooo,ooo, %n
Increase of over loo per cent on last
year's yield. The fruit RMwiug possibilities awaiting dcvclnpuictit of.
this province are only now heum
realized, in certain sections of the
province.
i THB  CBANBBOOK   HEBALD
THE BOUNDARY
EXPLORATIOI
LIMITED
To Shareholders'—
Gentlemen: The surface. working*.
done mi your property have proved
that nn uhniuluiicc "I good eoal is nn
Mie ground.
'I'lie writer carefully examined Uw
eoal measures in company with eminent geologists, nnd sluililil till' reports ol coal experts nml engineers
who advised sinking a targe and serviceable throe compartment shall
near tlie railway, although a shaft of
. Ihis kind is very expensive oomparotj
with a small prospecting shaft, your
directors decided In do tills work lie-
eauso exports nilvlse that we arc
In iiikI In strike Rood Clean shipping
coal wllh depth* us Uie surface indie-
ationfl mid workings show tl veins underlying each other, varying rrom
Hull' li, seven (cot ill llliekm'ss. It is
estimated tliat in alioiie Ml days tin.
lirst seam, which is -r' to li (eel thick-
ill lhe upper workings, will lie rench-
eil.
The niaehineey and hoist are now
installed and working satisfactorily
and you will lie duly advised ot the
progress of the work, and we trust
we shall soon lie able to report the
mine as a dividend earner ou a large
srale.
OTHER INDUSTRIES.
The ileposits of clay and lime on
11*? company's land present an excellent opportunity lor a profitable in-
ilusliy, large quantities ot coal on
the dump and near thc surface ready
lor use, all lhc material lieing near
Llio railway, and to induce manufacturers to locate works there, your
directors arc nflerlns a tree site and
the waste coal at a nominal figure.
Some ol tlie biggest clay product
manufacturers are making a tesl "f
-the materials.
SAWMILL.
Tlie company Ims sold a silc near
ehe mine fnr a sawmill, the owners
of whieli have an abundance ol timber and we lune several offers for
uu re laiiil bul decline, to sell lor rca-
ions given herewith,
CREAMERY AM) HAIRY FARM.
It is inteinlrd tn take advanlage nl
the llritish Columbia act of parliament, which provides assistance in
starling and maintaining this Important industry, many thousands oi
dollars are paid annually in duty
alone, on Imported cream, which is
produced just across thc line, and the
company's valley land is admirably
adapted for this business, being surrounded by one ol the finest free
ranges lor cattle, or other live stock.
FRUIT RAISING.
The altitude ami southern position
of lhe Kettle River valley and its
freedom from late frosts makes it
one if the finest distriets Ior Iruit
culture. For many jeurs past owners nl small orchards of less than
four acres have earned an independent living from ihe product ol such
small holdings. Immediately opposite the mine and across the river is
tho splendid farm and residence ol
Mr. Jackson, the mcmlier ot parliament for Greenwood.
Near by lives tlw celebrated breeder
ol pure llolstein eatlle, Mr. Mills,
who holds the world's record—cows
that produce over 36 lbs. nl butler
per wii'k and 32 gallons ol milk per
day each—cows lie will nor ait'ept
{2500.00 each for, yearlings be relus-
iil to sell tlie writer lor f 150fl.no per
pair. These cattle are raised on
the pasture which grows n abundance
in this valley. On May 16th ol this
year alfalfa was 2fi inches high-
Shareholders should roine and in
sped their mine and visit Mr. Mills
and others near by and view the
splendid possibilities ol tlie country.
PITTSBURG, B.C.
TOWNSITE AND ORCHARD LAND
FOR SHAREHOLDERS.
Shareholders who have visited tlie
mine have expressed their desire to
live in such an attractive and bcatiti-
lul districl, and have urged your di-
cccrors to put the townsite on the
market, pointing out that even il we
preface no coal better than Ihat dug
from the surface, it would warrnnt
thot course because ol the productive
nature of the country as proved by
the numerous fn.lt orchards and
farms in tin' surrounding locality, nmt
Iwo railway station* nearby and the
various Industries tliat present profitable opportunities—coal, lime, clay,
creameries, slock raising, fruit, saw-
nulls and coke, eight Industries—only
common sense and a little capital
will make ihe nucleus ol a big eily.
A grindstone expert says we have Ihc
material in laminated sandstone to
make another industry.
The assays show that your coal
which won the prise nt the Spokane
exposition makes Ibe best kind o[
steel grey coke. The Oreenwnodi
smeller is only nine miles Irom tho
mine, ami several other big smeltdrs
nearby, The mine is surrounded by
the biggest markets lor coal in llie
Northwest—Spokane, Nelson, Ross,
land, (irand Forks—and many other
eilies and towns with no prnducing
cifll mines near Ihem.
Alter careful consideration yonr
directors have di*Hli«l to place tlie
townsite on the market, giving
shareholders In Ihe mine n siibslan-
llal preference, In thnt nnd In small
on-hard tracts ol land.
Lot 637 adjoins the mine ami runs
east, about one mile, the southern
boundnry lieing tile Kettle river. Tlie
government road, which is well constructed runs through this lot. The
Cl'. Railway and tlie river nun parallel or nearly so with tla- road. II is
intended Ihat Ok wide government
road should la' the main avenue, or
it is suggested that wc make it
wider am! plant lour rows of trees
and make it like a Parisian Boulevard, This will lie the main business nvcmic nf the future Pittsburg
of Canada. Tlio bench land, whicli
is nearly a level flat, will bc the
townsite. The meadow land on the
banks ol the river will be divided fain nrchncils or small farms.
TERMS OF SALE
Of Land and Lots.
Applications are in for lots fnr
business premises, hotels, etc., but
youi- directors consider that shareholders lu the mine should have the
II rsl I'hdicc.
The priii' of the lots, irrespective
of position, will bo 1200.00 each. Tlie
position will Ih> decided Iiy a drawing
conductiKl by a committee ol reputable business men, wlren all purchasers and the public will lie admitted
to see lair play. Some may draw
lots that will be worth »10,000.0U
for business purposes, but any lot
will In' worth the Initial price ol
1200,00,
To shareholders in the mine special
terms will he given, upon application
to head office fa writing but not iu
nny other way, ami this offer must
he taken advantage of within 30
days. Alter that time the lots will
he offered lo ehc general public, wilh
choice of position. Prices according
to location.
Terms for shareholders only, lor
town lots, (200.00 each. tlO.OO
cash upon application, $5.00 payable
each following month with interest
nn ihr unpaid portion ut 5 per cent
pn annum. This will give llie purchaser over three years to complete
payment il desired. If not more
Mian 100 shareholders make application within 30 days, ibis offer will
be withdrawn and Die deposit returned If desired.
SALE OF LANDS.
Sale of orchard and farm land to
sharchnldcrs only. Not more than
five acres will be sold to one person.
Price ol meadow land $150.0(1 per
acre. This land is on the bonks of
the Kettle river, above high water
and runs parallel with the C. P. Ry.
track and will be adjoining the town-
site. The land is rich loam, is undulating nr nearly level and will
grow splendid crops. Terms Ior 5
acres, $20.00 upon application, $10.00
per month. This gives a shareholder in the mine an opportunity to secure valuable land nn tbe easiest
terms, wllh the surety of its rapidly-
rising in value, and the opportunity
lo possess a valuable orchard capable ol producing an independent
means nf living lor industrious families and a home in one of the most
beautiful valleys In British Columbia.
CAUTION TO MALICIOUS
KNOCKERS.
It is reported tliat statements
have lieen made tbat no coal is on
this property and it is a stock jobbing proposition. The writer made
careful investigation belore consenting tn act as president and in company with eminent geologists exam.
ined the eoal measures and consulted
experts and their reports, saw tire
eoal and tested it, examined Ihe accounts and lound that Uie monies
subscribed had been honestly spent in
Die development of the mine. Siieh
ventures in the past whieh have proved successful have had to pay big
financiers tlie lion's share of the
prnfits, and made multi-millionaires
ol the parasites ol humanity. This
company has no great capitalist to
gobble up all profitable results. The
shares are held by about 400 individual small holders, and whilst the
writer is Ihe head ol ihis concern hi'
will {guarantee you a square deal.
The hooks and loccnitnts will be open
in investigation to any persons without thi' ordinary legal Ice. This is
Hie answer to knockers,, and the
writer will give a substantial reward for information leading them ta
where every coward and traitor to
his country should he.
Thi' development ol tbe great natural resources nl thi* country should)
Ire encouraged by every citizen, and
the scoundrels who grew rich by
skin games, those wlm knocki ami
kill the credit ol Canada in the liniin-
clal centres nl the world hy false
pretenses and lying statement* nl
wild cat schemes, whether mines nr
saw mill*, should he made an example ot Inr the good ot the country, and so save the credit ol Canada, which is waning today, and II
continued, will spell disaster to this
country. Itence the advice tendered
by the writer to the premiers ol
Canada and tbe provinces to adopt
the "Blue Sky Law ol Kansas" to
protect Canadian credit and investors Irom the peddlers ol "wild cot"
concerns alter the manner the state
ol Kansas does. Particulars ol the
correspondence will bc supplied on
pplication.
A. E. Watts,
Wattsburg, B. C.
President ol   thc Boundary Mining *
Exploration Co.
President ol   the Wattsburg Lumber
Co., Ltd. I
President ol Hie Associated Lumber
Mills of B.C.
Every Dollar
Of an Ad-ReaiJer's Money
Is Above Par
Your dollars vary in value as
they vary in purchasing power.
The man or woman who studies
advertisements is able, frequently,
to make one dollar do the usual
work of two.
Frequently Its Buying
Power is Actually
Doubled
And the experienced reader of
advertisements will always make
a dollar command a premium —
make it buy MORE than a dollar's worth, as figured on " ruling
prices " of things.
How much " above par" are
the dollars in your pocket worth ?
It will depend on how closely you
study the buying opportunities
outlined in the store ads.
Nearly everybody understands
that a store's advertising, IF BIG
and PERSISTENT ENOUGH,
enables it to sell the same things
more cheaply, at a smaller per-
sale profit than is possible to the
store compelled to base necessary
profits on smaller volume of sales.
Read the Herald
Ads.
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OP AN APPLICATION lor the issue ol a duplicate
Certificate of Title to Lots 1 and 2,
Block 41, Town ol Wardner, Map
030.
NOTICE IS IIEREIJIY GIVEN
that it ls my Intention to issue at
the expiration ol one month alter the
first publication hereof a duplicate of
tile Certificate ol Title to the above
mentioned lot In the name ol W. M.
U?ote, which certificate |s dated the
2'ith day ol .lulv, 18118, and nuinujcriid
1003K.
Sam'l It. Roe,
District Registrar.
Nelson, B. C, '
27th July, 1012. 31-lt
WATEH NOTICE.
Kor a License to Take and I'Be. Water.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
Ihat the Luml Land ami Development
Co., Ltd., ol Cranbrook, B.C., will
apply Ior a license In take and use
•'ISO miliers' inehes ol water out ol
Horse Shoe Creek, which Hows in a
westerly direction throgh Lot .111 and
empties into a swamp on Lot illi.
The water will lie dlverced about
where thc nortii line ot Lot 311
crosses the creek anil'wil be used Ior
irrigation purposes on tho land des-
cribed as sub-lot 35 ot Lot 4500.
This notice was posted on tne
ground on the 28th day ol June
1012. The application will lie filed
in the office ol thc Water llccordcr
at Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections may bc filed    with    th
said Water   Recorder or with      the
Comptroller cl Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Thc Lund Land and Development Co.,
Ltd., Applicant,
by Arthur B. Fenwick, Agent.   28-lt
WATER   NOTICE.
Kor   a   License to   Take and    Use
Water.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Peter Lund, ol Cranbrook, B.C.,
will apply lor a license to take aud
use 80 miners' inches ot water out ot
Mud Creek, which flows in a westerly direction through Lots 1003 and
114, O. 1., East Koooenay district
and empties into thc Kootenay River
on Lot No. 114, O. 1. The water
will be diverted at the cast line ol
l.ot 1003 and wil be used tor Irrigation purposes on the land* described
as Lot 1003.
Tbis notice was posted on thc
ground on the 21st day ot June,
1912. Tbe apulicatlon will ijc filed
in the ofllce ol the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections   may be filed with     tbe
said, Water   Recorder or with       the
Comptroller ol Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Peter Lund, Applicant,
per P. Lund. 27-it
WATER NOTICE.
For
a Lic?nsc to Take
Water.
and     Use
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that Edward Anderson, ol Wardner,
B.C., will apply tor a license to take
and use 1} cubic teet ot water out
ot Ha Ha Creek, which flows In on
easterly direction through applicants
and empties Into an unnamed lake,
near Wardner. The water will he 'diverted at west boundary ot applicants lands and will lu used tor irrigation purposes on the land described as Lot 5182, Group 1, Kootenay Distriot.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 24th day ol June,
1011. The application wil be, filed
in the olliee ol the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook.
Objections may be tiled with the
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller ot Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Edward Anderson, Applicant,
by Harvey, McCartcr and Macdonald, Agents. 17-tt
on C.P.R. survey In Block 459,1 an
(being tlie S. E. corner post ol Kootenay Cnal Co., Led., claim, thence
north 80 chains; tlicnce west 80
eliains; thence south 80 chains; thene
cast 80 chains, to a point ol com'
mencement, making 040 acres, mute
or less.
Located    this   Iflth   day  nl  May,
1012.
Roy Allen, Agent Ior
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. '.'.8-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that IIII days alter date 1 intend to
apply to tlie Hon. Chlet Commissioner of Lands nml Works lor a license
to prospect lor cnal and petroleum
nn tlie following lands, situate In the
District ol South East Kootenay,
liritisli Columbia, In Block 450:1:
Cnmineiielng nt a post planted at
or near I mile cast ol 30 mile post
nil C.l'.ll. survey in Hindi 4503 nnd
being Hie N. E, corner pnst nl Kon
lenay Cnal Co., Lid., claim, thenee
south 80 chains; lliclicc west 80
chains; thenee mirth 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to n point nl
commencement, tiuiMng Oil) acres
moro or less.
Located this Iflth day al May,
1912.
Rny Allen, Agent tor
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. 88-61
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that 30 days alter date I intend to
apply to the Hon. Chiel Commission
er ol Lands and Works for a license
to prospect Ior coal and petroleum
on Uie tollowing lauds, situate in the
District ol South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile east ol 30 mile post
on C.P.R. survey in Block 4593 and
Icing the N.W. corner post ot Kootenay; Coal Co., Ltd., claim, tbence
south 80 chains; thence east 80
chains); thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to a point ot
commencement, making 040 acres,
more or less. «
Located this 16th day ol May,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent Ior
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. 28-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tbat 80 days otter date 1 intend to
apply to the'Hon. Chlet Commissioner ol Lands and Works lor a license
to prospect tor coal snd petroleum
on the lollowlng lands, situate In thc
District ol South Eut Kooicn.iv,
llritish Columbia, in Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile east ot 80 mile post
on C.P.R. survey in lllocV, 4593 and
being tbe S. W. corner post ot Kootenny Coal Co., Ltd., claim, thence
north 80 chains; thenco east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; to a point ol
'.ri:n.iei,i'ement, making 110 s. le..
more or leu.
Located this 16th day ot May,
1812.
Roy Allen, Agent tor
Kootenay Coal  Co.,   Limited, Locator. M-tt
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
tnat 30 days alter date I intend to
apply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner ol Lands and Works Ior a license
to prospect tor coal and petroleum
on the tollowing lands, situate in the
District ol South East Kooleniy,
British Columbia, in Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles cast al 28 mile post
on C.P.R. survey in Block 4593 and
being the N. W. corner post ot Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, tbence
south 80 chain,., thence cast 80
chains; thenee north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to a point ol
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 14th day ot May,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent tor
Kootenay Coal  Co.,   Limited, locator, sa-st
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tnat 30 days alter date 1 Intend to
apply to tho Hon. Chiel Commission
cr ol Lands and Works tor a license
to prospect tor coal and petroleum
on the tollowing lands, situate ln the
District ol South Eut Kootenay,
British Columbia, In Block 4583:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 4 miles east ol 28 mile pnst
on C.P.R. survey in Block 4593 anil
being the N. W. corner post ol Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim; thence
south 80 'chains; thence east 80
ehains; thenee north 80 chains;
thenee west 80 chains to a point ol
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 15th day ot May,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent tor
Kootenay Coal   Co.,    Limited, Locator. 28-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tnat 80 days alter date I Intend to
apply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner ot Lands and Works lor a lleense
to prospect tor coat and petroleum
on the tollowing lands, situate In Ihe
District ot South Eut Kootanay,
British Columbia, In Block IMS:
ComneKlag nt * post
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that 30 daya aiter date I intend to
apply to lhe Hon. Chlet Commissioner ol Lands and Works lor a license
tn prospect lor coal and petroleum
on tlie tollowing lands, situate ln the
District ol South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, In Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles east ol 30 mile post
on C.P.R, survey In Block 4593 and
being the S. W. corner post of Kootenay Conl Co., Ltd., claim, tbenco
north 80 chalu; thence east 80
chains; llicnco south 80 chains, thenee
west 80 chains to a point ol commencement, making 140 acres, more
or less.
Located this 15th day ot May,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
Kootenay Coat  Co.,   Limited, Locator. 28-5t
to prospect tor chill and petraleum
on the tollowing lands, situate in ihe
District ol South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, In Bluck 4503:
Commencing at a post planted ut
or near ." miles cast ot 30 mile posl
ou C.I'.H. survey in Block 4593 and
being the S. E. corner pOHt ol Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, Ihencc
north 80 chains; thence west 811
chains; thence south 80 chains, Ihence
last 811 uliains td a point ot commencement, making 11-141 acres, more
or less.
•Located this 15th day it May,
1012.
Hoy Allen, Agent lor
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. 28-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN
lhal, 30 days alter date I intend to
apply to thu lion. Chlel I'liiiimissnu
cr of Lands anil Wnrks fnr a licenso
in prospect (or cnal und petroleum
nu the billowing lauds, situate in the
Dislrict nf Smith East Koolenay,
Hrilish Columbia, in Block 4503:
Commencing at a post plant,d at
or near 3 miles east nf 30 mile post
on C.P.H. survey in lllock 450.1 nml
being tlte N. E. corner post ol. Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, Ihcuce
soulb 80 chains; tliencc west H.l
chains; thence nortii 80 chillis;
thcirc cast 80 chains to a point ot
commencement, making Iiiu acres,
more or less.
Located this 15th day nl Mav,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, I oca-
tor. 3S 5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that 30 days alter date 1 intend to
apply to the Hon. Chlet Commissioner ol Lands and Works tor a license
ta prospect (or coal and petroleum
on the loilowing lands, situate ln the
District ol South Ent Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 4593:    *
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles east ol 26 mile post
on C.P.R. survey on Block 4593 and
being tbe N. E. corner post ot Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, tlicnce
south 80 chains; tbence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chains to a Point ol commencement, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Ucated this llth day ot May,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. 28-5t
NOTICE.    .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tnat 30 days alter date I Intend lu
apply to the Hon. Chiel Coniiiiissii n
er ol Lands and Works Ior a license
ta prospect tor coal and petroleum
on the following lands, situate in the
District ol South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 4583:
Commencing at a post planted at
nr near 3 miles cast ol 26 mile post
on C.P.R. survey in Block 4593 and
tl'ing the N. W. corner post ot Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, theace
south 80 chains; tlicnce eut 80
chains; tbence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to a point nl coni-
mcnccmcnt, making 640 acres, more
or leu.
Located this Ilih day nl May,
1912.
Roy Allen, Agent Inr
Kootenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. 2S fit
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ihat 30 daya alter date I Intend to
apply to the Hon. Chiel Commissioner ol Lands and Works tor a license
lo prospect for coal and petroleum
on Uie tollowing lands, situate tn the
District ol South Eut Kootenay,
British -Columbia, In Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile cast if 28 mile post
an C.P.R. survey in lllock 4593 and
being Ihe N. W. corner post of Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, thence
south 80 chains; thenee east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains;
lb-ace went 80 ehains to a point ol
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or lus.
Ijieotcd this 13th day ot May,
1912.
liny Allen, Agent lor
Koolenay Coal   Co.,   Limited, Locator. 1851
NOTIOE.
NOTICE    IS   HEREBY    OIVEN
tnat SO days alter    date I Intend to
jT Chlel ConrnMulni-
port'u ol Ua* Mt *ot*» Itn r. «****»
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tnat 30 days alter date I Intend la
apply to the Hon. Chict Commissioner nl lands and Works lor a license
to prospect tor coal and petroleum
on tho tollowing lands, situate In Ibe
Mstrlct ot South East Kootenay,
BriUsh Columbia, In Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles eut nf 28 mile post
on C.P.R. survey tn Block 4598 snd
lieing tbe S. W. comer post ot Kootenay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, thence
nortb 10 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains;
Ihence west 80 chains; to a point ol
commencement, making 140 acres,
mon or leu.
Located this llth day ot May,
IMI,
.tar Altai, Agent lor
Kootsnoy Cm* Co.,   Limited, Loco- ■■
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The Mflncl lln^iresHcilKlay*
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JMSH-JEIIKnE BOUT
Chicago, Aug. 6.—"Billy" Qitison
matchmaker tor the Garden Athletic
I'lub of New York, has offered .lock
■Johnson $25,000 to fight Joe* Jean
nt'tte 10 rotunds in Madison Sqparc
(lanlen rm Labor Day. .lohnson held
out (or $30,000, hut Gibson pointed
out to him that certain per cent priv
ilogos would tie Riven out which pfob-
ably would make more than this
amount! for tin* champion and H-
seems probable tlmt the mutch would
be closed.
Gibson said the boxing commission,
which at one time bar mi Johnson
from fighting in New York, bad decided to let down the bar*..
Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook
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We liauille nothing but tho finest quality
Hams, Bacon, Fresh Meats, Poultry and Fish
A trial order will convince you of their excellence
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Try our Brookf ield Creamery Butter
Western "Resfoentfal Schools
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BRACMAK
A Iiiph-dara midMitial and dny ncbool
for girl* of all aim.
SIiaogbneMy Bright*, Vancmver.
Largt Kroiimln. nin-tniHccnt tmiMtnit*,
with everj muib-ru appliance for liculth
un.l .-oafort.
Stnflunniaiillpi): every teacher a ape-
rinliot in her owu department.
LANGARA
A rwidenUal and day school lor lmy*.
Fifteen arm, adjoining HhntifthD«-ny
Heighta, Vanconver.
Bnilding*. embodying the Intent ideas
in whnol architecture, to anronmodnt-'
SO0 boya.
Educational atandard of tbe htghtNt.
Full provision lor atlilet.ni.
Both schools oi-on this autumn. For MrilouUrs a-Mross
Dr. E. D. JlcLAREIN, 4 Stanley Court, Vancouver, B. C.
K
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SPRING CLEANING
Ii at its best a hard proposition.   Let tu
help yon by f endin-f onr large
Vacuum
Cleaner
With an experienced operator
Call us up'ind have a talk about it
Davis Bros. Electric Co.
LIMITED
Everything in Electrical Equipment
CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
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VIC. ROLLINS, Mrt,
rii.Mi..: Beymonr 7H.10
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BROS., Proprietor!
1221 Granville Street
VANCOUVER      -      B. C.
Two liuiiilriil I'li'uniilly furuialic.1 roomi. Every modern
convenience, EI.-vi.lor servioc. Otfo in connection. Rooms
$1,00 per day anil upwards.
Up-country visitor! to the TVriiiiiinl City vill find every
convenience nntl comfort at the I Iron villa Fa-Jan-, ipicial
attention being paid to their wnnti.
NOTICE IS HKHI''.3v' (JIVEN
tint in jiursimni-B rf a iisuiilti-iii
imwseu* in Council assembi ii on llu
5th day 11 August, 1912, the Municipal Council ol the Corporation nl
the City of Cranhrook intends ta,
construct the lollowlng work as Ua
local Improvement namely:
Wai 12 loot cement sMcwalk commencing from the Intersection ol tho
alley on South Baker Lane and Van
Hornc Street, thence to corner ot
linker and Hanson Streets, in Block
01."
"Alan a 12 loot cement sidewalk
along the south side nl Baker Street
in Block 90."
"Also a 12 loot cement sidewalk
along tho south side ot Baker Street
on Block 89, where required." .   '
"Also a 12 loot cement siilewalh
along the south side ot Baker Street j
on Block 81."
Also a 12 loot cement sidewalk
along thc north side of Baker Street
from the i south west corner to the
south cast corner ot Block 93."
Also a 12 loot cement sidewalk
on the north side ol Baker Street,
on Block 94 to the south east corner
nl tat 12 in said block."
The lands immediately hencfited Iiy
Uie said works and improvements are
os follows:
within lltlren iluys ntler publication
ol tlbis notice, sucli work sli.ill im
undertaken and proceeded with* by
tlie Council and llie costs Wiercol as-
Bcssod against the property affected
us provided for Iiy tin- bylaw in that
behalf and by the suiil report anil
resolution.
Dated   this    8lh   ilnv ol     \ugust,
HM2.
THOS. M. ROBERTS,
32-21 City Clerk.
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IES WEES
EPICRAMME DE VOLTAIRE
Lrs lamentations di' Jfjroinie, In
plus mliiiimlilii page do l'Koritiire.
oil les noceiils tin oa Tirti'e liibli-
i|.H', attolgnout uu sublime, ttprds
lu captivlle ilu mi Sedooiaa et In
destruction de la cite* Buinto, ont
fouriii, ii Lo Franc de Pomplgnan.
line traduction n fain', et n Voltai-
re, une do seii plus moriliiiitos 1'pi-
grammes a I'adresse dn dit Lo
Franc, ot ausujet'do ootto traduction ; la void :
Savqz.vous pourquoi Jeremio
A tant plenr,'. pewliitil sii vie f
O'est i|.i'en propltote il prevoynit
(ju*un jour CoFrhnc le traduirait.
Coinmo vous pouvez lo voir. e'e-
tait plut.1t d.ir. Baiilimiont lil, Voltaire no fuiw.it quo rewire it cu dernier, la inoniit-ii! do sn pi.iee.
Co Le Frnni! do I'onipignnn
etait uvoquu du I'uy, taiidis quo
son frire Jean Charles l'etuit i.
Vienno en Dauphin,*, mais en dernier cat pen coiniii. ni I'hiatoiro, ni
I'Academic, no I'ont jugC. digne dn
diijntis es intniir. necorde* h Le
Fran.', bien que co dcrnior y soil
ciitr.', plutOt par sis di'ujGles nvee
les Encyclop&lislcs, qui' pour In
valour de ses propria ipuvrea ;
Voltaire, liotninment.neii'en quiil-
qui' sorto pour Ini, le iliieu d'AI-
cibiadc,
Cutongeux evequc montngnnrd,
attaquait ill ff/o/iu turn lis En.ty-
clopeVlistes, main il avail von,' une
luiinc pnrlieulieri' ii Voltaire et ii
Jean Jacques ; il nvuit i-nglobd
dans une memo etreinle teroee, les
deux ,'crivaius qui se iliHislaicnt
le plus possible.
DanB "L'instriiction paBtornle"
un do ces vaBtes in-quarto il eucro
Bpeeiulo ml usiim fldc.lium, uu do
ces lilies dont les diiueiitinns exn-
K.'r^s, provoqueut meme chez lo
leeteur le plus conrag<>«x. un offa-
reinent d'youx, et un herisBement
de cheveux,—quand on en a—J. J.
Rousseau ffit particulii'-rement
umluiene.
ii'Emile. la Nouvelle Heloi'se, le
Contrat social, et la Profession du
foi il'un vicaire Savoyard, prirent
i|ut'lquechose,couime coups decrOB*
se. iIiiiib cette totlftlh pastorale, si
j'ose dire, uiiiis comme tons ces-
ouvrages, etaient d'un temperament sain et robuBte, iis resisle-
reut viotorieusement.
Pour Voltniro, boh tour vint lors
du disi'oiirs de' reception de Lu
Franc, ii 1'Acadeuiie franeaiso,
Par In violence et I'uuilnco des
deiuiiii.'jatiiiiis, cu discoiira, fut uu
veritable roquisitolre contru lus
EneyclopediitcH en geiiernl, ot
contre Voltaire en particnlicr, ce
fut Ini, qui rei.'iit en grandu partie,
l'avnrsu duo dejections, do ce
viiniisseinent ncaileinique ; certains
pieteiideiit quo cette rage lui fut
soulllui- par sou frere, d'nutres pre-
tendniunt que c'utnit lo demon jn-
loux dos rimcurs malheureux,
quoiqu'ilon Boil.rinfortnne pastuur
rei.'iit une correction a jamais memorable ; des le lendeiuaiu do cette sortie malhenreuse il fut assuilli
par nnn qnuntit.' de lettres et du
ptimphletB venimeiix comme ties
viperes, taiidis que les inoqneries
implncables, ut les snrcn.iinus fou-
droyants de Vulb.ire uxciklrent lu
fou rire de lu Cour ct du la villi-.
Le grand pliilosophe, avail la
dent dure qnclquofois.
A. Uai'iiy.
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Shrubs
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li Imperial Bank ol Canada j!
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP     -
RESERVE FUND
TOTAL ASSETS
$10,000,000X0
6,000,000.00
6X00,000.00
6.000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
II. K. WILKIE, t're.iilent.
HON-. ROBERT JAFFRAV, ViccPrejiJenl
,, Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants ''
11 Farmers and Private Individuals invited. ',',
11 Drafts nud Letters of Credit issued available in nny part of ', ',
;; the world. ' ' *
ii SAVINGS 1)EPAKTMENT -Special attention .
. ' given to Savings Hunk Accounts. Deposits »f $1H0 and '.',
11 upwards received and interest allow, a from dato of deposit.        1 1
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
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Hotel International
Ukii. I.iiNiirin:, i'.*o|iii-'ti,r
Oueof tliebestliiitelBin ltriti*li
Coluinhiu, 1,mat etl on the Ilouit*
ilnry Line, between the Unite*.
Statrp ami Cnnaitn, in a epul of
rare Rceniu lieauty, where iiaiue
alKHinds and Fish are plentiful.
Co r res porn le iht of toiiri«tn
promptly answered
Haten UeaHonable
KINQSOATB
B. C.
MONARCH
I! This Range Makes Cooking Easy jj
i: The Range to Buy. Come in and see them i;
J.D.McBRIDE
< >   Cranbrook. B. C.
Phone 5 !',
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P- BURNS & CO., LTD.
Cranbrook, B. C
PROVISIONERS and
EXPORTERS
All Our Meats art Government
Inspected
Head Olliee. CALGARY, ALTA. |;
I
AND NOTICK  IS HKRKDV OIVEN that tte report ot Um Citv Engineer and    Assessor made In pursuance ot Uk Loral Improvcmoit Ocn-
crsl  Itr-taw    Is open tor Inspection
at the offlce    nl tlw City Clerk    at
the Citv    Hall,    Crsnbrooli,   B.C., I
-turlng offlce Hours, aad that it Is thc j
Intenticaji    nl the Cotmcil to     moke |
aurh assessrneat upon   saM land   or
real prnpertv   Immediately benefiterl
tor llie   work* or Improvements    as
In the saU report set out and     tor
the amount set out In such report.
And kirttirr lake notice that all
person* rnnwriictt are hereby notlAnl
that unless the majority ol Uk owners ot the land nr real property to
he assessed nr charged in respect ol
such woe* reprcacaelait at leant
11    rn   vsluc  therenl, petition
FRUIT TREES
BUY HEALTHY HOME GROWN TREES
No o.-ittpT of Importing \<>*t*   No injarj* tram tuafgatftin
y.i ilryiitir i»nl iii cminwof iklpMat
AND THERE IS NO DANGER OF WINTER KILLING
All rirtrmam winlciwl in fr-mt-proof crtlarn
Tliftttorr. prottst yonrwll by hu.Tinirour \t*m.   Write lor CataiOffaa
mi I Pn-.* Lint to
THE RIVERSIDE NURSERIES
IIKANII FOKK8, n.O.
iii,,. Iiiiii,lml nnd iwalil.v
IIKI'l. II.
Kainlitlaliail l-.-IMI
KiprcMntatlvc: P. H. WORTHINIITON
N. tt.—Vii' tin-.-.- II VAIIF atork In Mrlnln.li H..I, W.,.lil,.v. .I,,n«lli*n, !'<,,'.
. rniiKr, Untnlli), .Snrlli, rn Hpjf tM. W*k"1"
The Lund Land and Development Co., Ltd.
r. I.IM'. PBBSIOBKT
Head Office      •       Cranbrook, B. C.
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 Kootenay Valley 	
Orchard and Garden Tracts
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Visit our Experimental Farms at Wardner, B. O.,
*       anil Marvsville. B. C.
THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
H. L. STEPHENS, Prop.
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
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In. ■•r(.i.riit. ■!   1MB
HEAD OFFICE  -  MONTREAL. QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $6,350,000 Reserve S7.450.000
Total Assets, $110,538,513.19
H. 8. HOLT, I'rwiJent      K. L. HKABK. fi-pueral Uat.i|t«r
Accotinta ot Firtni, OotporatlOM an»l Itidivi.lualt lolicltnl.
Out-of town i-'i-ii].--- recolTM atary attention.
savin.is DBPARTMBHT-Dtpo«t»d «l.C0an<l mwiriiroealyJ
ami Inlanit altowe.1 at current rate.   No formality or -lelay in
wltbdntttnis
A 'ieiierat Hanking HiiitneaBtraDRarte<l.
Cranbrook Branch : T. B. O'CONNELL, Manaicr
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A Good  Home
is wluit is ili-ar to eviTj- in in. A lionu-
is when) I'eace, ('umf.irt, ('"iit-'iitmuiit,
nml I'l.Mity is fouiul. That is the reason
men tl.nmir.liniit British Cnlumbin, when
'CmnlirooV is inuntione.1 think ot tho
provisions >los. Brault hns ninile for an
ideal home nt the
Canadian Hotel
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PLUMBER OR TINSMITH
The Cranbrook Plumbing,
Tinsmith & Heating Co.
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K. J. Dcanc, Mnnnging Kditor,
CIANBROOK, B. C„ August 8,1912
Notice to Advertisers
Notice is hereby given that all
changes of display advertising
must reach this ofiice not later
than noon on the Wednesday
preceding day of publication.
Copy received later connot be
guaranteed attention.
 ,	
EDITORIAL NOTES
His Royal Highness, lho Duke ol
Connaughl, governor-general ol the
Dominion, will officially visit Nelson
mi October 6th. His present inti'ii-
llou ia, according to a |iulilishiil it-
incraiy, to spend tho evening nl tht)
7th at Kcotcnay Landing, continuing
his journey eastward the tollowing
iluy. Tills is where it wouM lie a
wise move ter Cranbrook's city council to step in nnd arrange lor the
govcrnor-gcnoral lo spend nt least a
lew hours In this city, at least long
enough lo permit ol the presentation
nl a loi nl address. Whoever it is
llial plans trips lor notabilities over
the C.P.R. almost invariably side-
Hacks Cranhrook, This may bo unintentional, but it is a sore tact
hone lhc less. II the city council
get busy quickly, there should lie no
tr.sa-.Lper.il.lt' obstacle in tho way ol
Cranbrook enjoying tlie privilege ol
welnnniiig iln- governor-general und
ol placing on record Hie terrene*   of
its   loyalty In kirn: and   Pi"'. Oet
busy nn Monday a/lernoon next, Mr.
maynr uml aldermen. A special
meeting nf the council is called    lor
Hint after m,  .imi a delegation    nl
prominent citizens should be present
lo sit dial the proper steps are taken.
Tlie nlil-fiine idea ol a red-hot material hell nf real fire and brimstone
was gravely anil formally repudiated
by the unanimous vote nf lhe International ilible Students' association,
in reccnl convention at Washington;
and since the association inlrnduccd
lis resolution with ibe declaration
Ihat '.-almost invariably ministers nf
the various evangelical ilennmiiin-
tinns privately admit .tint the DiMe
docs mil teach, and that personally
they do not believe, Ibc hell-lire
theory," Ibe subject bas conic in fnr
some Interesting discussion In the religious press, while Ibc lay papers
have con I ri bu ted by interviewing Cie
rlergy. Tlie Bible Students who sn
successfully revived this time-honored
tuple are followers of "Pastor" Itus-
sell, nl Brooklyn, New York, who
teaches Ihat the wicked will not I.e
torturer], but nnniliilat.*!. Here is
the resolution approved by the Imir
thousand delegates:
"He dr, mil find Ihc Bible to teach
thc doctrine ol'a literal -bell-fire1 or
place nl fire and brimstone lor the
punislmicn! nf tlie wicked, bul. secular his-lory of tlie formation of the
rrmls of the Mtddle Ages reveals the
fact that for various reasons, either
wisely nr unwisely, the doctrine of
torment in -hen-lire' was added to
the gospel as taught hy -lesns antl
the Twelve Apostles, rrtoasaltatlng
many ridiculous interpretations of
the Lord's parables."
The Cntholit- Universe (Cleveland)
Interpreting the action of the International Mitile Students' association as
a move '-tn attract i pic into   the
Protestant        churches," says':
"These eminent gentlemen
unanimously agreed that
the lurth.-r existence nl lull was
a menace In the tilling ol their pews,
and llu'refore did nway with the obstacle." But—
"Hfll will not be abolished by the
resolution III tliese Ilible Students
Nor will their futile lllteinpl lo des-
Iroy hell by resolution fill tlieir meeting hntiscs. II wilt only disgust
thiwe outside them now and drive
nl-icrs away, for willmut ibc tear nt
punishment and Hie hope ol reward, tbere I* nothing in Christina
doctrine, uml. it Ihere I*, nnlhlng lelt
In Christian doctrine, It Is Inr easier
to abandon the pretense ol religion.
"So fur as they aUcct the situation, llie Bible Students have nod
made the slightest impression upon
hell, but they have pretty effectually
abolished themselves as far as a reputation fur anything but heresy, and
all its kindred abominations, is concerned,"
The Buffalo Catholic Union and
Times comments:
"Tho little crowd ol creatures, assembled at Washington, might ns well
attempt to eclipse tbe summer sun
with (heir hands as to destroy the
force of the great Ood who built
black bell lor his enemies fur the
same reason that he reared heaven's
glories for liis friends."
\ rumor comes from Ottawa, from
reasonably authentic sources, to tlie
effcel that shortly niter lho return ot
Ut. linn. It. I.. Borden from England,
there will lie an appeal to thc country. The idea Mag tn avoid a re-
ilistribiilinn measure and lo sweep
tlie country on a naval policy. .lust
how much reliance can lie placed ia
litis runieji, it is, ol course, difficult
to sny, but the prospects arc tliat
Mr. Horden may have concluded that
the licst hopes ol thc Tory party rest
an early and snap verdict ol tlie
people. Ile Is more or at less at
outs wilh thc Nationalists in Quebec, ha* troubles in Ontario, and
these dill'icult es, supplemented by
the recent adverse vcnlict In Saskatchewan, make his position very precarious. Tho situation Is certainly
somewhat perplexing, Imt it must
be obvious that it is up to the Liberals lo take warning and not allow
llicmsclves lo he caught napping.
acquisition of same by the people ol
Canada,
Mr. Mcllleiina, in plain, emphatic,
language, explained to the Indians
than, they hod been allotted certain
reserves; tlie choice land ol the province, that tbey received other considerations, in the shape ol government protection and oversight, also
that industrial  schools bad lieen pro-
iili-d tor the education and training
oi their children, citing among other
instances, the large, handsome, industrial school now Hearing completion at the St. Eugene Mission; also
the lienchts of the Game Act, etc,
etc. So tar as can lie learned tbc
convention proved mutually satisfactory. Tlw Indians learned definitely
their status with regard to land,
and, apparently, appreciated thc care
and consideration that laid been, and
is lieing given lo tlieir welfare
DEATH OF JJ, MCNfl
KOIIMERLV    A      RESIDENT   OF
THIS CITY IN THE EMPLOY
ill'' THE   FINK MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Many old friends and acquaintances
will learn witb sincere regret ol tho
untimely death ol J. N. McArthur all
Swilt Current. Mr. McArthur was
formerly a resilient of this city and,
In tbo employ ol the Fink Mercantile
Co.
Alter an illness of but three days
James Norman McArthur, boot and
shoe merchant, ol this city, passed
away on Saturday evening,'July 27th
at Swill Current, says a local paper.
As hut lew 11 his friends und business associates were aware ot his
illness tbe announcement ol his death
yesterday proved quite a sIhk-'j. Kidney trouble was tbe immediate cause
ol Iris demise* He was attended hy
Ills. Kelly and Cairns, who did all
that was possible lor medical skill to
dn, but ilu- malady dcvi-lnped lata!
symptoms so rapidly thut tlieir efforts were unavailing. To the untouch- death ol such a promising
young business man is added thc additional sadness that he loaves a
bride to mourn his loss, having been
married only six weeks ago to Miss
Flossie Edmnndson, ol this place.
The deceased was born at Erin, Ont.,
nn October 22nd, 1885, and was consequently 27 years ot age. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. (lilbrrt McArlb-
tliur, reside at Conningsbr, Ont. Mrs.
Tims. Kennedy, ol Acton, Ont., Is a
sister, ami one brother resides at
Coiiningsby. Deceased established
himself in business here a year ago
las, February and had worked up a
prosperous nml constantly growing
'airnnage. Ite enjoyed the respect
of the entire community and deep rtv
rcl is felt at his death so early in
whal promised to be a most successful and useful career in this young
city. lie was a member ol thei
Presbyterian church, and also a member nl tin- lodge ot Odd Fellows at
Cranbrook, B.C.
>
An interesting gathering ot Interior
Indians took place at Spence's Bridge,
fast week. The special object ol
Uie meeting lieing to coaler with Mr
i. A. .1. MeKenna, ol Ottawa, special commissioner ol the Indian department, re rights and title ol tlw
Indians tn certain lands.
Chiel Francis, cl thc St. Marys,
was among other Indian represents-
tiles from this district present at
the i invention.
The Indians put forward tho claim
that they arc the rightful owners ot
nil the land, and that they had never
been properly compensated for      tbe
Dr. C. Gordon Hewitt, Dominion Entomologist, says, referring to the infantile death rate
from intestinal diseases and diarrhoea spread by the house
lly, he believes that the so-called harmless fly is yearly cam-
mi*--thc death of thousands of infants, as well as spreading
the germs of typhoid fever.
wiuors
FIT PADS
arc the best thing to rid your house of these dangerous pests.
KO MORE DANDRUFF.
LACROSSE
CRANBROOK   HOYS   TRIM FERNIE IN A SCORE OF
4 TO 3.
Cranbrook's lacrosse team
companled by a large number ol
supporters, journeyed to Fernie on
Monday alternoon, an extra car being
milled lo the trains lor tbeir convenience by the courtesy ot thc C.P.R.
officials.
The game started sharp at 7 p.m.,
on the distinct understanding thai)
tliere should bc lour quarters, three
ul fifteen minutes each snd one ol
ten. This was the time schedule
played here, when Ferule's lacrosse
leain visited this city. When time
was up according to thc agreed upon
schedule, the score stood [our to
three in lavor ol t'ranbrook, but the
Ferule boys insisted upon another five
minutes. While thc dispute over
this point wus under discussion several ol thc Cranbrook team had
started up town.
Fernie tlneatiincl to go on tbe
field alone and score two goals, il
tlieir request was not complied with,
so tho remaining Cranbrook players
wont back for five minutes extra
play, some ol them with their coats
on. Fernie put up a hard fight, hut
failed tn score during this period.
The game on the while was closely
fought.
No goals were scored in the lirst
quarter.
In Ihe second Garrett scored one
ami Matthews two.
In thc third Miller, lor Fernie,
scored one and Taylor, Fernie, a
second.
In the fourth Garrett scored again,
und Miller also scored, making a
total ot four to three in lavor of
Cranhrook.
Cranbrook's line-up was as follows:
Goal, McKay; point, McLean, cover
point, A, I.eilch; drst defence, Mc-
Phcc; second defence, Duffy; third dc-
lnice, (', Lcitch; Center, I'yi, third
home, Chambers; second home, Callahan; first home, Bathie; outside home
Matthews; inside home, Garrett;
spares, Reburn and Smith.
The Spokane lair management will
advise by August 15th wheVur thtj-
w II take Nelson and Cranbrook:
teams to the lair to play for a
cup lor Ihe championship ol the
Crows Nest Pass.
Nelson lair management plan to
have Fernie and Cranbrook meet
during fair week on their exhibition
grounds.
The question Is: Will the Cranbrook
Fair association arrange lur the Nel-
snn team to play here during our
lair?
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CMUKCH COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays-Low   mass at 1.30 a.m.;
high mass, I0..10 a.m.; Sunday school
Irom 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and
diction at 7.3d p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 3 a.m.
Week days-Mas* at s a.m. at Uw
hospital.
P. Plamnndua, O.M.I.
I	
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Pastor: W. Kelman Thomson.
Morning, II a.m.; evening, 1,30.
Sunday School and Bible class 3
p.m.
Tbe Sacrament ol llw Urd's Supper will be dispensed at the morning
service.
Guild, Wednesday, 3 p.m.
Topic:  God's    Kraulilul Outdoors;
What It Teaches Mc.
I
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. W. Etson Ihinham, pastor.
Sunday services: The pastor will
preach at 11 a.m. aad 7.30 p.m.
Morning subject: "The Surpassing
Ute."
Evening subject: "The Last Resort."
Pipe organ and choral selections at
both services.
The pastor w II give a scries ol
lour sermonsl commencing Sunday,
August 10th, nn thc billowing themes
"Sli," ".ludsnient," "Hell,"
"Heaven."
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SALVATION   ARMY.
Sunday morning 11 o'clock - Holiness meeting.
Sunday afternoon, 8 o'clock - FM
HERPICIDE
Nearly - everyone lias dandruff, and
must reconcile themselves to the idea
ol becoming completely -bald or resort to lhe use ul Ncwhiro's llerpicide.
Too manufacturers have abbolutc
faith in llerpicide to kill Uie germ
and remove all traces ot dandrufl.
So perfect is lliis lielirf that all
dealers are Instructed to sell tlio pre-
pacation witli a "money back" agreement.
Such supremo confidence is tbo .best
evidence iu the world ot tbo merit ol
llerpicide. They know tho result,
hence the giiurnnlec, II protects tliu
purchaser.
Used as directed, Newbro's Herpicide kills the germ thut causes dandruff and prevents tbc hair Irom coming out. It stops Itching ol the
sculp, which is so disagreeable.
Send ,10c. in postage ur silver tor
sample and booklet to Thc Herpiclde
Co., Dept. IL, Detroit, Mich.
Newbro's Herpicide in 30c. and
{1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who
guarantee It to do all that is claimed. II you arc not satisfied your
money will be refunded.
Good
Home-made
Bread
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and easy meeting.
Sunday night, 8    o'clock — Salvation meeting.
Bible lesson: "Is God a Reality."
Tuesday night, 8 o'clock   — Salvation meeting.
Thursday night, 8 o'clock—Holiness
meeting-
Saturday   night, 8   o'clock—Praiso
meeting.
Everybody heartily invited to tlio
above services, Irrespective ol class
or creed.
As a special announcement, wc givo
all an invitation tb hear Colonel
(I ask in, chief secretary of Western
Canada, In Knot Presbyterian church
on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, August 20th. Captain Stride is very
disirous that a large crowd should
be present.
BABIES' GARDEN PARTY
Mrs. Salmon gave a delightful
garden party at the Cottage hospital on Wednesday last lor "her rabies" and their mothers. Delicious
refreshments were served and tho
little ones enjoyed themselves thoroughly. About two hundred Invitations were issued and a groat number responded. Among those present were: Mrs. Wallinger, Mrs.
King, Mrs. McCreery, Mrs. V. Hyde
Baker, Miss Baker, Mrs. G. Olson,
daughter and son, Mrs. F. Parker
and daughter, Mrs. R. P. Moffat and
baby, Mrs, D. Stevens and baby,
Mrs. .1. Brechin and two boys, Mrs.
('.. Culmert and baby, Mrs. A. Ncs-
bitt, daughter and son, Mrs. Robinson aad daughter, Mrs. B. Cully and
baby, Mrs. Strachan and daughter,
Mrs. W. England and baby, Mrs. A.
Wood and baby, Mrs. D. McGinnis
I daughter, Mrs. Blake and baby,
Baby Rude, Baby Haywood, Mrs.. T.
Fenwick, Mrs. Elton, Miss Elton,
Miss Gassy and others, trom - Fort
Steele, Mrs. .1. Leask and son, Mrs.
A. Shankland, son and daughter,
Mrs. A. Sinims and daughter, Mrs.
J. Woodman and two daughters,
Mrs. Paisley and sob, Mrs. F. J.
Chapman and son, Mrs. M. B.
Mrs. C. Connolly, son and daughter,
Mrs. Moshy and baby, Mrs. T. llor-
man and baby, Mrs. Surtles ami
daughter.
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TO ORE
is mado every timo with-
out any varying when
yon iiso n
Universal
Bread
Maker
Makes finer miiiHty lireiul
mill in tho sluirl time of
three minutes' mixing.
We fully guarantee tluiin.
4-Loaf Size, #.00
8-Loaf Size, $3.50
DECISIVE    VOTE   IN FAVOR OF
ADDITIONAL   LOAN FOR
SEWERAOE PURPOSE.
Thc vote was taken yesterday at
the rity hall on the sewerage loan
bylaw, Very llttlo Interest appeared tn bc taken, despite the Importance of the. outcome. There was
no canvassing, either lur or againsl.
Thr result ol the poll was as follow*:
For  13
Against  13
Spoiled      1
Whilst thc total vote polled was
small, It Is sufficiently emphatic to
show clearly that the ratepayers
generally wish lo have the sewerage
system completed speedily and in a
thorough manner.
OSBOURRE-ORUCE
At Christ church nn Sunday last,
at • am. Rev, E. P. Flcwelllng
united in marrlago Annie .lennettc
Druce, formerly a nurse at the Cottage hospital, and Fred Lewis Osborne.
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LORD STRATHCONA CELE-      I
BRATES BIRTHDAY.
Lrmdon, Aug. 7.—Lord Stratheona
celebrated his 33ad birthday yesterday. His lordship Is feeling remarkably well. Most of today's papers have appreciative rclcrence* to
Un saaiitrsary. A
F. Parks & Co.
HARDWARE, STOVES, HOUSE
FURNISHINO GOODS
Cranbrook
B.C.
Tenders for Refreshment
Booth on Fair
Grounds
Tenders will bo received by
the undei signed up to Monday, August lllth, for the exclusive privilege of a Refreshment Booth on the Exhibition
Grounds during the Fnll
Fair, September lllth and
20th.
The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
Terms and application
forms cat. bo obtained of
F. A, RU88ELL,
Malinger
Armstrong Ave.
NATURE'S SCALP TONIC.
Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic
contains ono ingredient that supplies
nourishment to the bair root, one
that kills the dandruff germ, and
another that puts liie and lustre into the hair. Each package contains
packet of Machela Dry Shampoo Powder. Price tor. complete borne treatment, $1.00. Sold arid guaranteed by
Uk Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.
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CORRECTLY REPORTED.
Sir Willrid Laurier was once on an
elcctioncerihg lour in Ontario and as
thc elections were bitterly contested
every effort was made to stir up
rare and religious prejudice. One day
a t'uclicc Liberal sent this telegram
to Sir Willrid:
"Report in circulation in this
country that your ch Wren have not
been baptized.    Telegraph denial."
To Ihis the premier replied:
"Sorry to say report is correct. I
have no children."
SAYS HELL IS RO MYTH
HAMILTON   PASTOR DECLARES
THAT   TO   SAY     SO IS TO
CALL CHRIST A LIAR.
Hamilton, Aug. 7.—Rev. .1. A.
Miller, pastor cl Trinity English
Lutheran church, made a reply to
the International Bib.c Students' association's stand that hell is a myth.
He declared tbat such a stand was
equivalent to calling Jesus Christ
and the Apostles liars.
MEDICAL RECIPROCITY
DOCTORS   WILL NOT HAVE    TO
PASS SEPARATE EXAMINATIONS   IN   EACH PROVINCE WHERE THEY
PRACTISE.
Ottawa, Aug. 8,—Medical reciprocity throughout Canada is now assured ar a result ol all thc provinces
having accepted by concurrent legislation tne Canada Medical Act. This
aet was passed in lull a.tcr many
years of agitation and the overcoming of much opposition.
Briefly stated, the act provides lor
a Dominion Medical Council and enables any physicians certified by It
to practice in any province ot the
Dominion. Heretofore tbere have
been separate provincial councils and
doctor In l-ucboe, tor instance,
could not practice in Ontario without passing a separate examination.
Thn new council is to he composed
ot three members residing In different
seating each province, one trom each
DoutaioB   govenocfat,  two  rspra-
Phone
43
Halsall & Co.
IADIE9', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS
Armstrong
Avenue
SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN LADIES',
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
WASH DRESSES
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Ladies' Wash Dresses, $3.00 Each
In IliiigliuniB, Indian fiends niul Colored  Muslin
Moots.   Regular value $l.f,(>, $5.1X1, and jni.ni).
Special Value at $3.00 each
Misses' Wash Dresses, $1.50 Each
In  (iingliiiiiiH,   I'eri'iili'S,    AI.-i.lri.Kt.i-n   and   Indian
ili>nds.    Very   latest styles.   Sizes N to II years.
Iti'giilnr value $2100, $-J,ar,, p.m, $8,00.
Special at $1.50 easl*
:: Children's Wash Dresses
hi Hizt'8 ' year to H years,    Lawns, Veslings. (ling,
lliiuis, Percales, Etc.   All niul.every garment nt
Very Special Reduced Prices
TO SMALL INVESTORS
A LARGE LOT on Block 184, near the Public Schools,
212 feet by HO feet, with house suitable for 11 small family
nnd letting for rent at $8.00 per month nnd presently Met),
pied by a tenant.   Price, with fee simple title,
$0*00.00, Cash and terms
SlO ACRES, in fee simple, one million feet timber, excellent eight-room dwelling bouse and offices; abundant water :
2(1 acres under cultivation.
$ii,iHHi, Cash ni.d terms.
Best buy in tbe Kootenny country.   Convenient to rail and
. !HI AORES—Crown granted, 15 acres under cultivation,
5 acres almost ready for tl.e plough. $1,0011 worth of logs
on land: 1 team of horses, wagon and harness, mower nud!
complete outfit of line agricultural implements; boiler and
engine with cordwood sawing outfit: ten room dwelling house,
water in kitchen: .burn with new buy carrier fork; Carpenter
and blacksmith shop, fully equipped, 120 chickens, ineuliii-
tore, brooders,' Will sell as n going concern—
$Iii.iiihi. Cash and terms.
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-'        I guarantee the foregoing to 1)0 well worthy the closest   ] |
] J   investigation by prospective investors, ,.
JOSEPH RYAN.
Rnwortli Block CRANBROOK
COME
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COME      COilE
TO
THE REBEKAH BOX SOCIAL
to be held nt I. O. O. P. Hall THURSDAY EVENING,
AUGUST 15th, 11112, at 8.80 p.m.
EVERY BOX A WINNER. GOOD N0CRAM. NO CHARCE FOR ADMISSION.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O„ LI-11, D.C.U I
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN A1RD
(i.ncr.1 MraMCT AsalaUn. Cn.nl ManMcr
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued bv The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable tlio traveller to
provide himself with funds without delay at euch point of his journey in
a convenient yet inexpensive manner. 'Ihey nre issued payable ... every
country in the world in denominations of
$10,  $20,  $50,  $100,  $200
with the exact equivalent in Ihc moneys of the principal countries staled
on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely tm sell-
identifying and easily negotiated. s.;i
K. T. Brymner, manager Cranbrook, B. C.
Renting each prnvinecl one trnm each
University or medical school having
an arrangement with a university fnr
conferring degrees in medicine anil
'three representing tlio homeopaths.
I Tiff I enn of office will ho lor tour
[years. The candidates tor oxamlna-
'tlnii may   elect to he examined      In
either Knglish or French.
WATER NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Use Water.
NOTICF. IS HEREBY OIVEN
that the l.und f.and and Development
Co., Ltd., ol Cranbrook, B.C., will
apply for a license to take and use
75 miners' iircbes ol water out ot aa
creak,   which Sows la      a
north-westerly direction through Let
8118 and sub-Lot 8S ol lot -ir,*in ami
empties inco a swamp oa S. l„ 35 ol
Lot 4500 aad Lot 2K1. The water
will he diverted at the spring on Lot
0118 about sixty feet south ol the
north line ot said Lot and will bc
used lor Irrigation purposes on the
land described as sub-Lot 35 ol Lot
4500.
This notico wss posted on the
ground oa tin 28th day ol -lune,
1012. The application will lw niul
in the office ol the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B.C,
Objections   may be Med with    thc
said Water   Recorder or with   . thc
Comptroller ol Water Rights, Parlla-
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
The Lund Land and Development Co.,
Ltd., Applicant.
by Arthur 11. Fnwtck, Agent.    2Mt THE   UUANBUOOK   HKUAL.11
AUDITORIUM
THE LATHAM ACROBATIC TROUPE will be at the Auditorium all next week, along with a Specially Fine Line of
Pictures.   Change of Program Every Night.
A Safety Razor for
a Dollar
It will pay you to invest in a OEM JUNIOR, with
seven Damaukeeuii Hindi's, nr mi liYKIt KKADY, with
twelve liliiilci..
Extra Blades, 75c. a doz.
Wo Imve all th.) olhor makes Inn, including THE
ZBPP, at $:i.B0.
Come in and let ua show you
Also The Gem, Anco, and Griffon
Automatic Strappers
They nre money savers
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The fterXOLkVL Store
WHERE   IT  PAYS  TO   DEAL
Cranbrook • - • B.C.
Pay
In Advance
The mail order house says:
" Send ns the money and we
will aeud you the goods.
We say: "Choose, then
pny."
We offer yon tho opportunity of examining to your
heart's content, nnd then
please yourself about accep-
ing or otherwise.
Don't yon think this is a
fur safer and more natural
way to shop than to pay >»
advance for something you
hnvo never even seen ?
We think it is, ami if you
will give us a chance wc will
demonstrate it to you.
W.li.Wilson
Vat QUALITY
JEWELER
TOWNJOPICS
When in need call Ulondy. l'hnne 62.
Mrs. 11. Malta's and two daughters
lelt for Port Timnscnil, Wash., Inst
Monday on a visit to relatives.
Horn—To Mr. and Mrs. .tunics
Malcolm, ol this eily, - dmiglilcr.
Tuesday, August (th.
T. S. Gill has returned from n
visit to Mnnitolm and has la-en
enjoying himself in his new car.
Klinrwood's banana chutney at
Kink's l*urc Knot! Grocery.
W. P. llunl iB leaving this even-
ing for the const. He will W nwny
until the end of the month.
A lew crates of raspberries to arrive yd .-Campbell and Manning.
Men's suits.—We have some real
bargains ia men's summer suits-
East Kootenay Mercantile House.
BORN.- At the Cottage Hospital, on July 22nd, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. Davis, of Kimberley. a son".
BURN—At tbe Cottago Hospital, ou July 27, 1913, to Mr. nnd
Mrs, H. D. Rude, of Moyie, n
daughter.
BORN.-At the Cottage Hospital, Armstrong Ave., on Monday,
July 29tb. to Mr. and Mrs. V.
Olson, of Kitchener, B. C, a son.
BORN.-At the Cottage Hospital, on Aug. 4, 11112, to Mr. and
Mrs. P. T. Haywood, of Kingsgate,
B. C, a daughter.
II you are la need ot a dinner or
lea set it will pay you toi see Ibe
exceptional values ' the Flak Mercantile Co. are offering.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Small, with
tlieir children, have gem. up to Windermere. Tbey will be away tor a
couple of weeks.
R. T. Brymner ia httck in New
Westminster from Dawson City.
He will likely be home in the
course of a day or two.
Maurice   Quain has   reached
Medicine Hat on his way home
from Ottawa.   H.< will be here in
a day or two.
Summer sq.msh and green peppers.
-Campbell and Manning.
Mrs. Innocent, two daughters
and a son, arrived from Loudon.
Kngli.i.il, this week, on a visit to
Mr. A. Innocent, of Happy Valley.
S. .1. McCreery mid Mrs. McCreery, nrriw.1 in town from
Imndoii. Out,, this week, on it visit
to their sons, the McCreery Bro-
then.
Any person requiring th.tr .bath
room, toilets, He., connected to tbe
•ewer shoaM see Ed. F.
Estimates fwrnlebert. Call
207. U-tl
YOU Witt
LOOK
WELL
THROUGH
AND
IN
OUR.
GLASSES!
EASILY SEEN
THROUGH
are mir Kyt>-(ilaMeH ami Hpec-
UcluH, ..er-uiM' tliey art) «|.ri'in.ly
ground tn milt individual si-jlils.
We are expert optician! uml mulo*
a "iinly of the liimmn eye mnl itn
fuiliiiKH. We examine your eye»
nnd prescribe the exact lenseH
needed to improve ttie vision and
help you to nee in natural way.
And yet our charge* are most
moderate for tlio net vice.
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
John Martin, of Montreal, representing the International Securities Co., is in town, visiting his
brother, Jas. Martin, of the Crnnbrook Agency Co.
When in nml call Blondy. Phone Cl,
Dr. Watt, ol Fort Steele, is visil-
ins friends in Mcatnrd, Ont. Ite lived
at Mcalord ia bygone years, where
be published a newspaper. He expect*
en return to ll.C. next month.
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell, and Mrs.
Maxwell's mother, ol Fort Steele,
have gone to  Calgary, whence      the
Iwo   latter   will  leave   fur England
upon an extended visit.
Pretty pieces ot china aiid glass
nl less than manufacturers cost nt
11..X Pink Mercantile Co.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Harrison, on .1 uly 24t!>, nt Merrick-
ville, Ont..a son.
Mrs. K W. Russell and children
nre visiting at Calgary and Castor,
Allierta during llie next few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Teet leave on
Saturday for a month's visit with
relatives and friends at. Toronto
and in the east.
Mrs. Jas. Beach and children left
Wednesday for Elko, tn spend a
few weeks' camping before the
opening of school.
Miss Anna Beattie. of thc local
government otlice stair, hns passed
the tliinl class civil service examination.
Fresh corn on
Food Grocery.
cob at Fink's Pure
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
I'lione IKI
Store opposite station
Prizes for Fall Fair
Jas. Kenny returned yesterday
from a trip through tho prairie
country. Speaking of thn crop
prospects, Mr. Kenny said that if
nothing unforeseen occurred thoy
wi,nld beat all previous records.
The Fink Mcrcanellc Co. report
heavy sales of china and glass. They
are discontinuing tbis department aad
arc making prices tbat will surprise
tbe slirewdest buyer.
Thc luneral ol the late Thos.
FieWing, ol Hull Itiver, took place
on Tuesday morning, W. H. Iteatty
having charge nl tis- Interment.
Kidding did at Ihc St. Eugene hos-
pllal last Friday ol heart trouble.
Nome very special prices on glass
water sets, dainty patterns-Campbell and Manning.
For best array of Fruil and Berries put np in " Eeono- ,
my Jars" — One dew. cneh pints, quarts, nnd Mf-galloD '
"fcconomy" jars mid caps    Value $4.tT>   '
For best array of Bread, Biscuits, etc.. made from
" Mother's Favorite " or " Pride of Alberta " Flour - fit) lb.
sack of "Mother's Favorite" and 801b. sack of "Pride of
Allierta,"       Voluo $3.05
For second best—25 lb, ol each.    $1.00
For farmer who enters best wleotion of Live Stock,
Horses. Cattle, Pigs, Fowls, Etc.. n receipt for $10.00 for, or
us a payment on, anything in onr'carriugo or saddlery tine.
For fnrmer who has best exhibit of Fruit*. VegetnblJs,
and drains A $10.00 receipt for. or na n pay ment on, anything in our wagon or implement lino.
Get Busy and Win These
It is announced that tllshop Casey
ol St. .lohn, Now llrunswick, has
been appointed Archbishop ot Vancouver, to succeed Archbishop McNeil, win. Is to be trsnslerred to Toronto diocese.
Storekeeper wanted tor colliery
near Lethbridge, Alta. Must havo
experience In railway or mines stores-
keeping. Apply with references,
Box 3001, Utbbridgf, Alta.     33-lt*
J. W. Wilkinson, ol Vancouver, president ol the II. C Federation ot
Labnr, and westers organiser, has
been a visitor in town during the
week. Mr. Wilkinson has been look'
lag up local trades uhtoa officials
and enquiring Into existing conditions. He was out to Kimbcrley on
Monday.
If you want a'reliable and reasonable lob ol plumbing done or sewerage connections made, call up Kd. V.
.lohnson, 'phone S67. IMt
i past few months has liccn residing at
iKllii, has relumed to lown to     till
the position of clerk at the Went-
i worlil hotel, where liis many    friends
will lie glad to meet him again.
I Expert piano.tuning.ami rcpniiinir.
I Iirsl class diploma. T. llealtie, Kink
Mercantile Co. 31-tl
j Mr and Mrs. J. H. Thompson
nrriveil lioni.i from I'nlifoniin mi
Sunday lust. Mr. uml Mrs.Thomp-
sin nre inking up temporary residence in Mr. J. S. Ted's house
during liis alisi'iiec in Iiu- Knst.
When iu ii,-i',i call Blondy, I'lione 02.
A. Bulloch, ilu* barber, litis ie«
turned from Blnirmoro Hot
Springs, where he went for n cure
for rheumatism. Bullooh certainly
Inst a goal ileal nf llesli uml
npponrs to lw in ll greatly improved state of health, l.nt he is
iinrdly in bIiii|k> just yet to get
liuek to work again,
Any person requiring their Imtl.
room, toilets, etc., connected to the
sewer should see Ed. !''. .lohnson.
Estimates furnished. Call 'phone
267. 38-tl
W. M. Campbell, nu old resident
of McLeod, hus been u visitor in
town this week. Mr. I'miipliell
recently purchased 800 ncros in thc
vicinity of Pntton'a Luke, whore
he is engngeil in chicken farming
on a large snle. lie nlrcmly Ims
some live hundred chickens uud
ducks. Mr. Ciiinplii-ll is going
down to Victoria t.i. n business
trip.
Keep in mind tlie dale of the
Kcliekah rose social, whicli will bo
held nt the I.O.O.F. hull Wednesday .-veiling next, August loth.
Every rose will be a winner. An
enjoyable program nf musical nnd
vocal selections will lie presented,
Ribbons! millions? Ribbons! Ileal
bargains in ribbons. All similes, all
widths. This week only.—East
Kootenay Mercantile House.
Ur. and Mrs. Green left lor
Spokane yesterday to sec M r. Otis
Staples. Happily word comes
from Spokane that Mr. Staples is
doing very well. Dr. Oreen will
likely return home this evening.
nnd Or. nnd Mrs. J. H. King will
leave ou the Flyer 'for Edmonton,
where (the doctor will attend the
Dominion medical convention.
Fresh Gorgonzola cheese, at Fink's
Pure Food Grocery.
A mcctlhg nf thc Farmecs' Institute will be held In the government
building on Wednesday evening, August I4(h, at 8 o'clock. There will lie
two papers given (1) strawberry culture, by .1. II. McClure; (3) sheep
tunning by C. A. Cock, These meetings are open to the public. Everybody welcome.
A special meeting of the directors of the Agricultural Association was held ou Tuesday evening,
at which thc p-incipnl matter up
for consideration was tho resignation of secretary P. De Vere Hunt,
who has devoted so much time and
trouble to the upbuilding of the
association. His resignation wns
accepted with regret, nn.1 Mr. A.
B. Smith wus appointed pro tern,
to fill has place.
Special prices- In ladies' house
dresses, overall aprons aad ohildrens
crush dresses. This week only.—East
East Kootenay Mercantile House,
Jim McDonnell, tho well-known
const contractor, was in town during the week, his mission herc
bcing to ins|iect his mining iutei
ests ou Perry Creek : and upon his
return, in response lo a Herald
man's iiuery ns lo wl.nt wns doing,
he said r " We have started work
with tne drills ami we sli'ill soon
know what we have got nud what
we haven't."
tliat it would he a gracious act. on
the part ol Uie Alberta provincial
government to give liim a position il
Mierc is one available, lie is over
seventy years ol age and took absolutely no part- in the election campaign. His only offence seems to lie
that lie is a Liberal, anil was mice, a
candidate, and some hungry opponent
wanted his job.
II you want a reliable and reason
ulile job ol plumbing done or scwer-
age connections made, call up Kd. F,
.lohnson, 'phone 267. 28-tf
Flats iu Much lho birth ol a baby
frees the tenant Irom the payment, of
lent for the quarter lollowlng aro tho
latest experiment iu workmen's housing in Paris, where tbe ililliculty ot
liMlging workmen with large families
stands in close relation lo the vital
question ol lhe depuimlattoi. ol
France. Tbis experiment tor encouraging large families will lie tried
iu four blocks of workmen's Hats
built by M. Charles Stern at Vlnccn-
ncs, an eastern suburb ol Paris, They
consist ol lull two-roomed, threc-
riaimed and lour-roomcl Hats. The
rents are respectively III pounds, 18
pounds and 16 pounds a year. The
profits remaining alter the cost ol
construction and working expenses
have been deducted will go to the
"material canteen" ot Hie district,
where mothers nursing Imblcs will lie
supplied with luncheon and dinner
lice of charge. Tin- Hals Include
hath, washliouses, a library, and n
dispensary in connection with the
care of new-born Infants.
California grapes at
Food Grocery,
Fink's    Pure
Call up Ed. F. Johnson, Hocused
plumber, and get in estimate ol thc
cosl ot yonr sewer connections.
'Phone 267, 38-tl
H. Maxwell Clark, organizer for
the Cnnadian Highways, wus in
town during the week. Mr. Clark
is devoting nil his time lo this
movement, nnd hits covered the
eontine.it from New Westminster
to Sydney. C. B. Wherever possible he is arranging with the local
autouiobile associations to eooper-
uto in the erection of highway
signs, bearing the inscription
"Cnnadian Highway" and such
other purely loeal information as
may be deemed useful. Mr. Clurk
expressed pleased snrprise at the
enthusiasm he everywhere found
in support of the Canadian Highway scheme. Automobilists all
over the dominion are heartily cooperating in the work, and it is
practically a foregone conclusion
that a Canadian highway from the
Atlantic to the Pacific coast will
soon be nn accomplished fact. He
was particularly surprised to note
the large number of autos operated
in Cranbrook and expressed the
view- that no mare delightful automobile centre than Craubrook
could lie desired.
Call up Ed. F. .lohnson, licensed
plumber, and get an estimate nt the
cost ot vour sewer connections
•Phone 307. 28-tf
S. K.-i.l, until recent ly conducting tho Palace cignr store in the
Hansen Block, has seen fit to clear
out of tho city w itlin.it settling up
with hit creditors. The cigar store
is now temporarily in charge of
Mr. Jos. Brault, one of the heaviest
of tho creditors. Alderman Lester
Clapp was nlso slung to tl.e tune
of ovor three hundred dollars.
Hubbard squash
Food Grocery.
at    Fink's  Pure
George F.   Smith, one Urns    clerk
it Uk Hotel Craabrook, who for  tne
Mr. A.   n.   Macdonalil, Ibe veteran
superintendent   ol thc National park
All    shirls   on display la window j
05c. each.    Usual price double     tba
money.—East     Kootenay  Mercantile
House.
Mr. Otis Staples, of Wyclilfe,
met with a very painful accident
ou Sunday, one whicli it is feared
will cost him the loss of the sight
of his left eye. Mr. Staples was
out fishing on Sunday at a trout
stream some 20 miles from Cranbrook. Ho separated from the
rest of the party and was fishing
alone when, in making n back
cast, he ci.uglit the hook in his
eye. He realized the danger of
trying to extract it himself and
after he hml cut the snell about
two inches from lhe hook walked
buck to where he had left his
fiiends near the motor car. None
of tho other persons present could
drivn the cnr. and Mr. Staples
was forced to drive the 211 miles to
town, although the injured eye
had decome bsdly iiitini.m.e.1 nnd
caused extreme pain. At Cmn<
brook thc hook wns removed and
relief measures taken and Mr.
Staples was taken to Spokane for
an operation, 1'i.til after the
o|*'ration Inst night some hope
wns entertained that the eye might
lie saved. The eyeball had la-en
punctntredund infection hail set in.
Special prices In ladles and children's hosiery. Sec us before purchasing elsewhere.—tlast Koolenay Mercantile House.
WASTED.—Two or three Inrnlshed
rooms suitable for housekeeping in
good location; occupy about Septem-
lier first. Apply P. O. llox 285,
city. 32-lt*
MEN' OF CRANBROOK-Amd l.ali-
orers From Wlicrcvcr You Mav Come
—Don't be tooled and he sent up to
Wardner camp  and Crows Nest with
ATTRACTIVE PRICES
ONE WEEK MORE
This will probably be your lasl opportunity.
Better avail yourself of this chance.
WE CAM IMTELLIGEMTLi) AMV   THVTH-
FULLV SAi> THAT •BETTE'H VALVES
WEUE MEVE-R VEFOUE OFFETtEV.
see fou yovnsELF
Millinery at Half Price and Less
Ladies' Suits at One-Third Off
Regular $5.00 and   $5.50   American
Shoes for $2.60
Whitewear Bargains
Blouses. Grmna, Shirls.
Drawers a. Very Low Prices
Children's Dresses, Pinafores, and Boys'
Wash Suils and Rompers at shades of regular
price.
You will find scores of otlier wearables and
dry goods at substantial reductions.
MOW IS THE TIME  TO Bl/J> /;   -y.Jl/
WAMT THESE * AUG AIMS
Mail Orders shipped same day as received
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
The Canadian Mortgage
Investment Company
titter
Loans on Farm Properties
.Advancer- made at current rates of inlerett
to improve farm*, bur more fund, i-uild
house* or .Mirm, hay stock or machinery,
pay off existing claim*.
liorrowers are given thr inivn eoe or
RSDtTCtira their MOtlOAOfl hy annual repayments on account of principal, interest
ceasing on amounts ro repaid.
PttWT ATTWTIW.   tttOUATC CHMCE5.    NO BEUV
Beale & Elwell
i '"*"'       * *      1^f'   A'
.your
B&nK
Why leave your money
in lhe bank where it is earning a mere pittance?   Put it in real
eslati! ivliern yon have n I'liniiei-to mako aoiuc-
tliii.K. Al present m Lave » number of especially -,'oikI i.ivestiiienls which "Iter fnir interest
with it s|ile.nliil outlook il yuu wish to sell
Come in niul let us talk it over.
Many fortune*, have been bull, bv sensible
people who have made reel ee.e.e (heir bank
Himt&Darling
rial estate:^general insurance:s*
lis* reeei veil not lee Iron. Ottawa, Hie idea that you arc going lo gel
Hint Ms services nm no limner re- driver's wages. Trie walking boss
quired, and Is packing up preparatory has given orders to pay thc lasl
lo quilting the oHlclnl residence. Mr. hunch J2.50 per day with a reduction
Macdonald Iins nn Idea nl what lie ol 75c. tor board.-!!. I*. H. l.ur-
will do now, but    there is a lecliug Icy. 11-11'
AGENCIES AVVNTED-Wc do-
sire to establish agency nt once witli
seal estate firms, and live wire salesmen for quick aggressive camniiiirn
covering Western Canada. Appropriations to make proposition known lu
youi locality. We furnish literature.
1 ami window decorations and II neces
sary co-operate Iiy sending speeial representative to yonr city. $100,000
to he exiK-nil.il nn Improving property. Write at once lor plan.-lleck-
mnn ami Rlllntt, 120°, Dominion
Trust llldg., Vamoiivec, B.O.    JlMt THE   CBANKBOOK   HERLDA
News of the District
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WARDNER
(Special correspondence),
Mr. .Johnny Craig, of Calgary, wlio
bas been spending Ills vacation   wlt-h
his friend   Roger Lund, left for    his
Wednesday
WO"
Insi
home In Calgary ^^^^^^^^
morning.
Mr. Murray, of Columbia Kails,
arrived last Friday to spend a few
days the guest nf Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Stearns, leaving for homo again
on Monday morning.
Mrs. Wm. Oroen ami daughter Ethel went tu Pernio to sec the citrus
lasl Friday.
Mr. Bradley ami Mr. .1. I). MoBrldo, if Dn* Cranbrook Jobbers,
Ofttna f'lto town lust Friday in their
motor cor.
The nlghl BhlM nt the Crows Nest
Puss Lumber company's sawmill
rinsed down nn -Saturday eVofttng for
thc present- season.
Mr. Tom Hod Iran is away at pro-
Bent holidaying,
Mrs. Lovick was in Cranhrook last
Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. flco. Custer left for
Galloway a few days ago, where Mr.
Custer has accepted a position for
the remainder nf the season,
Mr. Ben Shard oh I was in Fernie
last Tuesday on business.
Mr. Otto Wisner was with friends
in Crantyrook last Monday,
Mr. Egglcshaw assisted the Fernie
police force during the stay of tho
Sells-Floto circus in tlmt city.
Mrs. Embree, of Hanbury, B. C,
is spending a few days witli friends
in Wardner.
Mr. Tanner, of Vancouver, was in
town a few days ago on business.
Mr. Fred Burgess of lhe Lund Land
nnd Development company, or Cranbrook, was in town last Wednesday
on business,
Little Miss K. Lund, daughter of
Mr. Chas. Lund, of Spotum*, accompanied by her grandfather, Mr. (Mat
Lurid,, of the same eily, are visiting
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1*. Luml in
town.
Miss Verle Martin arrived home on
Sunday afternoon after spending a
week with friends in Cranhrook.
Mrs. H. Pierson, of the C.P.R. tie
camp,    who   has    been   for several.
weeks with   friends in the eart,    arrived home a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucler have moved
Into one of the company's cottages
on River street.
On Thursday of last week tho Kootenay Presbytery came into town to
take part in the re-ordination service for Rev. Stephens at St. A**
drew.'s church here. Tho church was
heautifufly decorated with flowers
and the service from beginning to
end was a rare treat. Rev. Grant,
of Fernie, opened the service with
prayer, after whicli Rev. Thomson,
of Cranbrook, preached a sermon
which will long be remembered by
those who were fortunate enough to
be listeners. Rev. Orant then came
forward and taking for his theme
"Tliere"is some good ln all of us,"
gave a most instructive and interesting conversation. He snid tbat as
lie was leaving this part of the country ami might never have an opportunity to address the same eongregay
tion again, tbat he wished to leave
some , thontght with his listeners
which would Ik- remembered. It is
certain sure that alt who heard Mr.
(Irani will agree that he succeeded in
earning out his desire. Kveryone
was delighted. .lust before tlte close
nf the service Mr. Orant read the
"i-dinat-ion service and Mr. Stephens-
was ordained and welcomed int-o the
ministry of the Presbyterian church.
Semi-feady Suits
U 111 Utt 111
T 00X lot tbt pricr-iod t
lo tht imckft-ilwa-i till un*.
Mi rem Clothl« ud Mid tot itrla
book Ud umpli tC'Klni'i Own"
•***■•« no. ItnddlttctnStml'iuir,
Lttnlud, Moo tit-al, (ot book er.lttit4
"lit I"   tt    TOO    C-UaaaOt   !•■   It  !■   K>Wfc
G, Kred Johnston, Ferule, II. C,
na mi mt
INTELLI6ENT SETTLEMENT
POLICY IIKISG   CARRIED
Ol'T SUCCESSFULLY.
Below wo rcproduco Irom tbc Toronto fllobc a (loinnuinication Irom a
special (■orresimiKldit in tlie province ol I'lii'la-c. This communication
is ol special interest to Ilcsald readers, in llial il shows how a provincial Bovcriinu-nt alive tr, its responsibilities, can carry out an intelligent
settlement policy., In this province
wc lii-ni- a great .leal ol talk about
the   possibilities of the soil, the   .■«.-
thc great new North, ami so Iruitlul
has been tbe result ol his teachings,
i lie demand Ior farms has hern so
great, that, colonisation centres have
lieen established at White!'.-* (river
and Moleswortli river, in addition to
those at lirst mapped out at Har-
licana river, Okikodcsek sod Robertson lake.
"To date 350 one-hrmdred-acrc
farms have been taken up at Harri-
cana, sixty at Kobertson lake, 250 at
HliiU'llsh, SO at Okikodcsek, 80 at
.Molcsworth river. This by no moans
implies that 800 settlers are as yet
on the land, but it does signify that
a very large percentage will he at
work with thc asc on the clearings
next spring.
"Certainly Ontario (British Co
l.imbia' ought to    go to school      in
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E Best Dentistry
at
Reasonable Prices
For tho next 30 days I
will Kive ii to PER CENT.
DISCOUNT on ull work if
you liri.iK thisnnnounco-
iiieiit.
Dr. L. S. Eastman
8 & I Zeiglor lllock
N. K i-orni-r Itivnr*iili> nml llownn)
SPOKANE, WASH.
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Heredity
is one of the main causes of ner
vousexliatistion. Children whose
nerves break down iu school, girls
lacking in nerve stamina, and
young men exhausted by ordinary business cares, generally have
a restless nervous parent or ancestor perched somewhere on the
family tree. Occasional treatment with
-Asaya-Neurall'
the:   new   remedy   for]
Nervous Exhaustion
is their salvation. It feeds the
nerves with Lecithin (concentrated from thousands of eggs),
the element required for nerve
repair, induces sleep, quickens
the appetite, aids digestion, and
maintains full nerve vitality.
Tbe beneficial effects are evident almost wilh the first dose.
II o*. bottle. 10 rt.va* tmtment. S1.W.
Obtain Irom the loci .(...a.
BBATTIE-MITRPHY CO.
Druggists, Cranbrook, 11, C.
|o.*ia ft tawrese. Co., Sol. Mfra- Montreal.
Writ. tb. mfor .rM book on Ncr.au.
K.hauMlon.
ccllence nf the climate, etc., etc., but   ,,   ,      . ._...,_._,,,
,   .,, ,    ,.     ,, ,     , .,   I'uebec to master thc lirst principles
notwithstanding these i„l.a„l.iges,   I   (f mlMimUoa.     Th<, ^      rntt.
has so far been bi'voml the limits   ol
in.iit and its powerful ally, the I'atlr
olic church, sec to it that to every
lonely settlement in tbe north go
iiri|iiaintanws and friends Irom the
same town in the lower part ot tho
province, as, for instance, the Moles-
worth river, where Hailcybury is to
staeles conlrontwl the t'liebec   admlin ,,,,   *mlto.ted.       That awtul leeling
islrali, n     In 11,1.     aJtoJaJatl
the rapacity of the Mcllride if.iv.-rr.-
mi'iii to formiilntc an- lntellig.-nt
settlement policy. It is not suggested that conditions are the same
here as in .t'uebec, hut it is quite
obvious Ihat    fully as serious      on-
isiratiin in this matter ot settlement, as conlront the McBride government in lit'. The Quebec tov-
eminent appear to have brought practical intelligence to beat upon tbc
subject. In llritish t'olumbia, generally speaking, about the only consideration given tit this question, is
how best to satis.y American holders'
ol timber limits and tbc lorcign land
speculators. If the Mcllride govern-
woiilil approach
I tliat you are alone In the world, cut
ofl by a hostile wall ot ,busb Irom all
j mankind, never strikes terror into
the habitant heart. Three dollars
| buys a hundred acre larm, and under
llw Quebec law it is a positive advantage to have a large lamlly, lor
tin- settler is put into possession nl
two farms for every lour children
■Settlement duties arc not severe, but
tli-'v are stringently maintained. For
bel
cleared, and in two ud a hall years
llft.rn acres    must be under ciiltiva-
....    ".\. ™    '   ",', Hon to hold thc patent.
quantities, there would,   VHm(ts   pnw£  ^ „,,„„
ment    would approach   this question w thrro „.„, „,„,,
with a view   solely to securing a dc- ..,._„.    . . .	
sirablc class of settlers, who would
produce what we now have to . Import in large ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Jls* some hope ot an early solution ol
llie problem. What Quebec is doing,I
British Columbia can do.
Tlie communication in question
reads us follows:
llelont tbe Transcontinental trains
running between t'o.-liranc      anil
No
are        	
Quebec, iu about eighteen months'
time, every larm alone, llie track will
be taken up between the Quelicc
boundary ami Ibe llarrlcaua river by
French settlers Irom old Quebec,
brought to the new north hy the
paternal Qutthcc government. Thence
from that sixty-eighl miles ol Iront-
Hce tliey will spread easl and possibly west over (lie intcrprovinrlal
boundary,
"Two year* ago I.'Abbe Ivatvhoc
t'aron, missioner nt colonization lor
thc Quebec government In Tiniiskam-
ing and Abltibi, went north to discover the most advantageous spot to
place the advance guard ol the
habitants on the Quebec hinterland
along tlie new Transcontinental line.
Hy way ol the Abillbl lake he paddled
up the llnrricana to the crossing ot
the transcontinental. There the great
river, two to three hundred feet wide,
Is nai igaltile (or eight miles to steamboats ot twelve leet draught. It "Is
the gateway to Rupert House on
Hudson's Bay and thc uncxploitcf)
country, rich certainly in pulpwood
and land and probably mineral, near
thc AlritiM. Father I'aron lound the
land was good, a clayey loam, and
he decided then and there that this
would be the habitants headquarter*
Iron, which pioneers would lie sont
east nnd west nnd north and south
to take possess on ol their new hcrll-
age.
"The missionary went lorth Into
old Quebec and preached the gospel ol
Quebec settler need be a packborse.
In a very lew years' time there will
be a trunk road running parallel to
iln- railroad and connecting all the
various settlement Irom Okikodcsek
t-. .larricana. No Isfd will, lor the
present at any rate, be throw* open
more than three miles trom tke rail
road, so that a settler will always
have access to the advantages ol
transportation Al each ot these
centre* ol eolonlratlon tbe QuebccJ
government builds a storehouse lor
tbc settler who Is lack In Uie hush
making his first clearing, and this
selves as a meeting place and a rallying point tor the Inlant colonies.
"The villages are Irsnklv communistic. For instance, at llarrirana
one settler bakes thc bread out In the
open air in a clay- oven Inr fttly men.
A party ol Laval students Is now at
work examining the land along the
railroad range hy range, to report as
to the soil and the timber growing
upon H. Two townships only in the
81! miles between the Quebec, boundary and the llarrirana are unfit lor
seetlement, and tliese are being set
aside as a forest reserve.
"At the present time settlers Irom
old Quohec have to travel almost
thousand   miles to reach their
homes* in   thc north, but when
a
new
^^^^^^^^^^^ the
Transcontinental is running train* it
will bring Quebec witldn 300 miles ol
I larricana river. So eager is the demand lor land thai according to all
the portents the movement Irom
east to north will lie noted in all historical records ot the luturc, sad It
will be habitant, solidly French and
solidly t'olholic."
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NOTICE.
IN CHE HATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the issue ot a duplicate Certificate ot Title to an undivided 1-3 of Lots 20, 21, 22, 23, Block
I; Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, IS,
Id, It, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25, 20, 27, 28, 29, SO,
35,    36, 37,  Block  3; Lots 8, 9, ID,
11, 12, 11, 15, 16, 17, 11,
20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 27, Block
4; Lots 14, 15, 16, 17, IS,
19, Block Hr, Lots    15, 16, 17, 18, It,
22, 23, Block 6, Lots 1, S, 13, IS,
It, 17, IS, It, 20, Block 7; Lote 1,
2,    3,    4,    5,    11,    12,    IS,    It,
15, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, Block
8; Lots I, 7, 9, 18, Block 10; Uto 1,
7, 8, It, 23, Block 11; Lots S, », It,
16, Block 12; Lots 6, 7, 8, *, It, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, Black 1*>,
Lots t, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, IS, 14,
15, 11, 17, It, 19, 20, Block 14;
Lots t, 7, t, 9, 10, II, 12, IS, 14,
15, 17, Block 15; Lots 6, 7, I, t, It,
II, 12, IS, 14, IS, IS, 17,
18, It, 20, Block 18; Lots t, 7, S, t,
10,    11,    12,       1.1,    14,    IS,    11,
17, 18, 11, 20,    Block  It; Lc/tl t, 7,
8, 9, 10, II, 12, IS, 14,
15, It, 17, 18, 19, 20, Block 10;
Lots    I,    7,    8,    9,    10,    11, IS,
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Block
22;   Lots  3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,   I, Block
23, Town ot Kimbcrley, Hap 114,
and all that part nl Lot 1358, Oroup
One, not included in Ihe said Town-
site.
NOTICE IS IIKHKHY' OIVEN
thai It is my intention to issue at
llie expiiali.m . I one month alter the
first publication hereol a duplicate ol
tbe Ccrlinculc ol Title lo the above
mentioned lot in Ihe name nl Tbe
Fort Steele Ih-velnpment Syndicate,
Limited, whirl. Certificate is dated
the 23rd day nt April, 1910, and
numbered 3I63K.
Sam'l It. Roe,
District Registrar.
Nelson, B.C.,
22nd .luly, 1112. Sn-lt
Dr. Mallei's Female Pills
Nineteen Years the Standard
Prescribed and recommended lor women's ailments, a scicntilically prepared remedy of proven worth. The
result Irom their use is quick and
Permanent. For sale at all drugstores
**************
*>   THE »
• »
• Columbian     »
* »
ay is a guaranteed pulley. That is, *v
ay siitisfiirli"'! i* guaranteed in overy .
£, respect.   Tlio
»
»
»
»
«.  ii i im un iii nu |hiuh iiiiii d.
***** rt •»*•:»-m • •-••
J Nelson Iron Works J
«
LIMITED
m um an   nviir   in-Tt'UKiiiK  pluck. 't
Write llu in for iun tii'tiliim.
I llun an
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Booms will. Baths,   'I'lione in
every room
tlarbur Shop on the premise*.
Thoroughly up-to-date.
Rales, $2.00 a day and up.
UEO. P. WELLS, Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, Manager
MEN
ONLY
If .vim come ta
m-*(iirtn*Htnit?Ht,
rxptH**, to be
--iiml- If other*
Imve failed ex ptct
me to care you.
I'll lett* | know
tlmt 1 can cure
you I will nnt ac-
ti*[it yonr cape,
ntui in every lit-
Ntmice 1 ttxat Iiy
my own original
itilranced nnd
He.entitle me-
tin uin.
NV FEES ARE FAIR. AND NV
CUBES ARE PERMANENT
fftratltrrbwa,  Orguk WtakMU,
Lrwl Vljtr, Varicocele, iiyinuk, Co*
tract** (Hwr-Jere. Specific Bleed Poiiea,
HIM a* Stricture* - restoring all
affected org a up t .normal and healthy
action in the rliorloetposeilile tpace
of Umo.
VISIT
DR.  KELLEY'5
GREAT MUSEUM
I w all 1 lie fur ma nl IliM-nara ot Men.
.'unaiil.itliiin nnd iin.nirtivr bookkt In.
st ulHi-e or by null.
310 linn AIID STIIKKT
SPOKANE. WASH
IVM M VIAM-
IXPIHIINCK
Patents
trom Mama
Dtawna
OamrmiHnAo.
ViSKESMtf
MrI(#S vReMT W#fft #f
RHEUMATISM
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
tbat SO days after date 1 Intend to
spplv to the Hon. Chict Commission
er of Und* and Words for a license
lo prospect lor eoal and petroleum
on the following lands, situate tn the
Dislrict ot South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, In Block IMS:
t'ommeaelng at a post plsntsd at
or near I miles east nt M mile poat
on C.P.R. survey in Blocl. IMS and
being the N. E. rorner poat of Koo-
taaay Coal Co., Ltd., claim, thenee
south M chains; tbence west SO
(tains; therm north SO chains;
Iknce east SO chains to a point ol
commencement, making 110 aeres,
more or less.
Located this llth day ol Hay,
lsl 3.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
Koolrnsy Coal  Co.,   Limited, t.ocn-
lor. IMI
SUTTON'S SEEDS FOR 1912
FLOWER, VEGETABLE, AND FARM SEEDS
Imported in the orlKimil neoli'il jincki'tn
fi-uin Siittuii ft Sunn,- Hit* KiiignHi'i-ili.iiii'ii,
Hi-'i,1iiiL*, HiikIhihI.   Snliil forr.iHiloKlii'.
A. J. WOODWARD, Sole Agent
MaJtiruiivllleSI*',, Vnnrouvt*r. Alxo Virt.nria
SOCIETV AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY !
a^aaaaBayarafMaaa-aaraa
Cranbrook    Lodge,
No. 34
A.F. & A. H.
IIP  Regular meetings on
e^jHP*».      tlm   third   Thursday
*^f ol every mouth.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
D. J. HeSweyn, W.H.
J. S. Peck, Secretary.
Crescent Louub No. !)!!
KNIGHTS ItT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, D. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at H p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
N. S. Houston, 0.0.
K. A. Stride, K. ol It. & S,
Visiting brethren   eordlully Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 42
Meets every Monday
night at New Fra-
_____ terafty/ Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially united.
H. ,1. Rcndall, VV. M. Harris,
N. O. See'y,
Hold hy  the
Book Co.
Craahrook
seeec»-ti»ecec>iigif>*
| East Kootenay     |
•        Butcher o. •
meat min
Dealcra In
Fresh nnd Cured
Monte.
Poultry, Uamo and Fish
in Seaaon.
at) IHVK   UH   A   TRIAL
I East Kootenay
• Botcher Co.
■
Tke 0M P. WmTs
lal
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 13.
I.O.O.F.
Meets drst and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A  cordial reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
Oilicers July lst to I)ecembsr Slst.
C. P.-H. Clayton.
Scribe—W. M. Harris.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. 10.
Meets every second and  fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hell.
Sojourning   Rebekahs  cordially invited.
Miss Nellie Baker, N. O.
Mrs. Anna Beattie,   Rec. See.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets In Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ot each month at 8
p.m. sharp.
Wm. Henderson, CR.
L. Pearron, See., Box 818.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets In Carman's Hall drst aad
third Thursday ol each month at
8 p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu Hayward, Rec. Sec.
W. B, McFarlane, Chief Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets In Carmen's    Hall Snd   and
4th Tueaday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   cltl
sens.
N. A. Wallinger,        W. C. Crebbla
Prea. See'y.
P. O. Box 415
Visiting members cordially welcomed.
I.OYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Cranbrook   Lodge No. 1048.
Meets every   Wednesday night at 8
p.m. in Royal   Black Knights   Hall,
Baker Street.
.12-tl        It. S. Garrett, Secretary.
PreibyierlangNrch
STATED 8ERVICES
Bandar morning amies at 11 Z
o'clock T
ay   tvaalag    service   at$
SO o dock
„      School   aad    Bible*
Class at I o'clock
PredMrtcrln   (lulld,  Wishes-§
day, at 8 o'clock.
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Baptist Church!
! Pastor, H. 8. Speller.
> Parsonage, Norbury Avenue.      .
•Pboat, SS4.     P. O. Boi MT.;
Regular Servlces:-Sunday, It! I
a.m.    aad    7.S0  p.m.;   Bible  ,
, School    with     Young  Ladles' <
i Philcthea    aad    Youag   Men's' '
i Bible Class, S p.m.
Monday,   Young Peoples',   8
Zp.m
Wednesday, Mld-Week Meeting, *
A cordial   Chrlstlaa     "        x
.:,:;,	
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosohonol restores every nerve in the body
K *£ lis proper tension-restores
 and vitality. Premature decay nnd all sexual
weakness avctled at once, ' Phoeptwaol will
make ynu o new man. Price JHa box, or two (or
t\   Mailed to miy address.   *h« SoobeU Druf
For salo at Beattto-Mucphr Co.. LU.
wJ///sJJ
The Leading Rub.ness College
of the Not Ihwost
Where young people nm receive
a thorough buRiiie»B training,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING
COMMERCIAL UW, ETC.
Is in Hesnion twelve month-H in
tlie yenr.
No entrance I'XiimiiiatioiiH.
Koanl mnl mom at very reiiBon-
ahle ratoH.
We secure poBltlotiH for nur
HtudeiilH,
Our new lteimtWnlly ilhiRtrnteil
catalogue rent free iipmi rniueiit.
WrltoforitNOW!
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
ltd* Mmliion    -     sroKANK
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦«>♦♦•>♦♦♦♦♦♦
4
Builder and
Contractor
Septic Tanks ami Concrete
Work uenenilly a
specialty. X
Estimates   Freely  Given.
P.O. Box 346
Cranbrook, B.C.
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Oiiniwiti. O.r.R. Slii.1,,1.
THE    PLACE    TO     O^T    A
QUICK HEAL ANT    .
GOOD MEAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
Hciuliiunrters (or nil kimls of
Repairs
Satisfaction (liiiirnnlicd
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shoe Specialist
Frank Provenzano
Ginaral Marohantt
Empleymant Agents
CRANBROOK     •     B. C.
..-.huh      mm
It yuo want satisfiction witb
your washing send
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices lor lamlly work.
FRANK DEZALL
Carries a full stock of
DEERINC MOWERS AND
RAKES
and
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Repairs lor shove always
In stock
I    PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
9w*—M*em*e*s**e*mmMm—mm
W. P. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Money to loan on liivoriilile term*.
CRANBROOK.BRITISH  COLUMBII
HARVEY, McCARTER, MACDONALD
& NISBET
Barristers, Solicitors and
Notaries
Moiioy to I.iiiiii
IMKMM Mm BUI10IMC,
CRANBROOK, I, C.
DRS. KINO & QREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
ODn. at KaaMsios, Armstrosi »...
orriCK hours -.
rorenouns - — son to Id mi
Alleroomis - - - 2.011 to 4.00
Evenings ■ ■ . ■ 7.S0 to » ail
Suiritays .... a.31) to 4.90
ORANBROOK :.    :.    .1    it    B. O,
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to li a.m.
1 to a p.m.
7 to  I p.m.
Oftlco in Hanson Block.
CRANBROOK •       ■       - B. O,
DENTISTRY
H. E. HALL, D. D. S.
Crown and Bridge Work
a specialty,
Office over F. Parks Hardware
Store, Baker Street
Phone No. 290
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MAURNirv   4ND  PRIVATE   NURSINO
Terms on Application,
MRS. A. SALMON,
Phone 2511 Matron.
P. O. Box 845   Armstrong Ave
BC   LAND 8URVEV0R8
McVITTIE   &    PARKER
Cranbrook and Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND NAILWAY WORK
A 8KCMLTY
J. Q. CUMMINOS
HWIOATIO," RNOINeeR
' DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND ;
SURVEVOR
i"M. He. i4i   Cranbrook, B.C. -
J. T.  LAIDLAW
MINING ENGINEER
B. C. land Surveyor
CRANBROOK   ■     B. C.
". S.   ROSSETER
A. M. Can. Hoc. C. K.
Civil Engineer and Architect
Ofllce over Crandronk Dm.! and Rook
Co'*. Store
Telephone .'WH
P. O. Box V
f CHAS. S. PARKER
Hiii-.-iwur to V. T. I'. I-KKKY
DUYINO AND
TUN8FEMIN0
_J    MENTS FN
! THE IMPERIAL OIL CO. |
AND OALT COAL     m
 «^i
J. Q. Mitchell
CRANBROOK TAXIDBR*II5T
Oame Heads. Birds, Run. Fish
CRANBROOK, B. C,
Phono II ll!
P. M. riACPHERSON
UNDKRTAKKR
Niirlmry Ave., nest lo City Hs.ll
Day I'lione 211 Nlghl I'li-nr :\M
iCRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE!
Presltlent: 1. 8. flat,
Secretary: 8. Mmdokaui
, for Inlonnatlon raganling lamls <
> ami  ajrlcnllnre   apply lo the <
' Hecretary, Cranhrook, ll. 0.
Meetlnt—
Kvory second Wwlnesilsy
iomaaiUMa—oami
*siB/aii?iBiaiiui»Mi*a:LTr-rffiia-Srasra^
Lake View
Hotel
l-AI-l. HAMlI.EV
IHlll'SII'.Tiill
St. Mary's take, B.C.
(luests convoyed from
Marysville to the hotel
by motor car or team.
Excellent Fiibing Retort
Onsolini' nnd Row
Boats for Hire
*B
nolo.
*-*ltrlakyiaUTII*W*TEI
For lamlly nae there le iiiilliiiix
so wlmleeume ami en .Hire h*
HALCYON I.ITIIIA VVATKR
•OLD AT ALL BAI*t
irsunuiATTiEsrairis
M. LEI0HT0N WADE, B. 8c
Electrical Enflocal-
Is ilateil Plants for Light and
Power in Mills, Mines, Etc.
Municipal Installations and
Extensions
KAMLOOPS
B. C.
in it
Dr. do Van'a Female Pill.
--.Ilabia French ramUtor;acvtr Itlto. TlMN
are tuwdlnflr powerlul ta rtfiUtlaf lb*
...jratlto portion ol lhe It««Il»Yt»t«.   ReUee
ill cheap Imitations.  Dr.rfo tti-a-* art told at
fclS^nK£|g. r-r^U^S-
For sale at Beetle, Uarpey * Co., THB   CRANBSOOK   HJSBAL'D
■7
Cranbrook's Big Fall Fair September 19, 20
Officers-Rules and Regulations-Program of Sports-Prize List in Part
j. r
w. II
W. H
Rev
T. S.
C.
OFFICERS
Hon. l'rcBWrnt:
VV, II. ItaMlRcIt
I'tostrkstti:
H. II. M.'1'lure
Vloe-ProBWonU:
11. B. Hsll Rev. W. ,B, lHii.liam
Stt-ri'tiary nisi Treisllror:
I*. DoVcre Hunt
Kllii.ll>'.' Ci'lillllltUT'
'. Kink T. II- O'l'iinm-II »'• S. Santo
Atlriii'lliin I'liliilnilli-.'
I. Wilson E. A. lllll W. S. Santo
Advertising ComintMee:
Mi'Karlme t. A.'Russell
1-roKra.iime Coiiinilttc.':
VV. E. I>uiiliain        John Levett     .1. )'. Fink
Win. Hamilton J.   W. Mcl'lure
W. A. Rollins       Dr. Rutlorlajo
•lames Rates
Exbitilt Contiivittec:
Gill J. I*. Kink Arcblc Leiteli
11. Knocke     John U'Vett     K. A. Russell
W. H. McKarlane
RULES AND REaii'LATlONS KOR Ml.
I.  Member's lee 11.00 to May 1, 1M3.
a. All entries positively to be made on ot belore September 18th.
2a, It must be understood that no first prizes
will be awarded unless there are three or more
exhibitors.
3. Entries to be made on lorm provided to Uie
Secretary.
4. All entries must be In place by 10.30 a.m.
first day ol exhibition. All exhibits must remain
in place until 5 p.m. second day.
5. In awarding prizes tor breeding cattle, sheep,
or pigs tbe judges will be specially instructed not
to take into consideration tbeir present value to
the butcher, but to decide according to their relative value or merits lor the purpose ol breeding.
0. Exhibitors ol thoroughbred stock must show '
a certificate ot .registry -to the committee on pedigrees at the time ol judging or the animal cannot
ne exhibited as a pure bred animal, excepting pure
bred stock under six months ol age that have been
bred Irom sire and dam that arc registend as thor-
.lughbred stock. The ages ol all stock shall no
computed Irom actual With, except Dairy Cattle,
whieh shall date Irom 1st August, and junior calves
(rom March lst, 1912, and at tlie time ol making
Ihe entry the age shall bc given "to thc Secretary,
who slrall write tlw age on the entry card. Men
in charge ol slock arc strictly probityted Irom making any remarks regarding the stock, unless inlorm-
ation bc required Iron, them by thc judges. Judges
-will in no case award n prize when tliere is no exhibit, anil In case there is but om article or animal
..aataMU-d in a division or class they will award only
one prize in a division—the highest or second or
third, as may be proper. All articles ol field,
garden and dairy produce must bc bona fide, the
production ol Use exhibitor, and must be grown or
made during the year 1912.
7. No person shall be permitted in thc horse or
cattle rings or pens during the time ol judging, ex-
ivpt the judges, the grooms or persons in charge
nl llie animals, and members ol the press.
3. Any person who shall attempt t.i interlere
with or influence the judges while in discbarge ol
Iheir duties, or who shall at any time on the
iircmisrs ol the association, use any contemptuous
or abusive language to any judge in eorn-ojurnce ol
any award made by him, shall lorleit his right to
any and all premiums to which he mlghl otherwise
be enUtlod, and may bc .-«<liidnl Iron, exhibiting
lor one year th.-rv.lt.-i Judges are particularly
reqwalcd to immediately report any breath ol this
rule.
9. •I'p.s. thrdis.-o.-cr, ot any Irand, deception
or dinhnnest practice cither in the preparation, ownership, nr ot any representation ronecriilng any
animal or article exhibit, which may have adectcd,
or have been intended to aH.it, the decision ol the
Iiidgcs, Ibe board ol manage. • have power to withhold Ihc payment ..| any and all prize* awarded,
sad mai prohibit any such party or partlea Irom
.'Xlribillng lor one or nam- year*, aad may also
publish tht-names ol Mich parties or not w may nc
deemed must expedient.
10. Entry tickcis, with .las* nnmli-r, entry
number and name ol article, will bn luini.hed exhibitor*. Tlw judge* are requested to place tae
prist cards ,*i each article with exhibitor's runic.
11. Root ci, |» and vegetables ul all kinds shall
In* delivered Into the show room cleanly prepared.
12. All exl.iblt,us nl stock, artielrs ol ...ami
liiitiir.' >I ever, kind and specially are eligible h.r
iiitiv I... prlic* only   hy the owner,  or auttmrized
limit.
1.1. The Preaiitrat end Hoard id Managers shall
have Uh- general si.per.1sl, a nt the grounds and entile alMMUol, ami control the poll-'-' icffJlation*
and H.t.an.v anil imi gates.
14. The Knl. (Iroiind* will he >,prn lor the
(ccpiiii,. ul exhibits Scptemlar ISlh, and,anything
nuii |*. slapped In care ol Ihi' manager* ,A the
grounds, hut in no    ran will   such articles     be
brought to the gr ids   ami    pi..ccd on exhibition,
except by and  at thc owne. nr .ii.ihnrl/cd agent's
expense
15. All (red lor stock will have to lie provided
hy exhibitor, but tbere will be Iced on thc ground*
lor sale.
I« The Hoard ol Managers will use every
precaution in their power lor the sale picncrvatlon
nl articles and stock oa exhibition, but will not he
si countable lor loss or damage. Exhibitors must
give attention to their ankles or animals during
the lair, and al tho clear ol tlm exhibition attend
to their removal.
17. Any person km wingly violating thc Rules
ol thc Society may lortclt any premium that may
nr awarded In ttiem.
18. IMIccrs ol  dim-nut    division* to bc    dls-
tinguisnwl    by   .IMcrent,   colored badges with   the
name ol thc olfice printed on eacb badge.
19. Should there not be funds enough on lianil
lo pay prizes In (ull Ihey will lie paid pro rata.
20. Any person lumdllng in Inking uny ex.
btlrlts tliat do not Is-hiirg 1*; tlu'iu may lie prosecuted ncconliiafl -to law.
21. An exhibitor who may desire lo enter a
protest must enter such protest in writing previous
to cl.)*.- nl show.
22. Exhibitors entering article* lor special
prizes must provide a s|K-ciul exhibit. Society's
prizes and sproial prizes will not lie awarded Im
one article with exception ot stuck grid riding lui
special prize.
23. All slock em. compete in one class only.
24. Owners ul all prize stuck shall brim; tlieir
slock out lor parade when called lur.
25. Admission lees to ground* snail lw, single
admission fill cents, children 25 cents; all day tickets 75 cents, good to re-enter.
20. Nu person will Ik allowed to act as a judge
wlm is In any way interested In the nrticlcs to be
cxamincd.
27. It Is particularly requested that the judges
will nnt enter into argument with the cxbi-ljitr.rs as
to the merits ot their exhibits,
28. Should tliere be any disputes or misunderstandings which none ol our .by-laws and regulations will govern, whether in conniction with judging or otherwise, it shall be referred to the Hoard
ol Managers whose decision shall bc final.
FIRST DAY.
September 19th.
lst.       2nd.     3rd.
Kirst.—Matinee   Cup  race,
1-2 mile heats, 2-3.3WI.OO     $10.00     $20.00
(Cup presented by Kink Mercantile Co.)
Second—Pony race, 1-2 mile
beats,     2-3,     14 j.
hands and under .... 40.00      20.011       10.011
Third.—Harness   race   lor
local    horses,     1-2
mile heats, 3-5 ...1100.00     $00.00     $40.00
SECOND DAY
September 20
Kirst—Harness     race   lor
local horses, 1 mile
heats, 2-3    $125.00     $75,011     $50.00
Second.—5-8      mile  dash,
open   75.00       45.00
Third.—1-2     niftc      dash,
open  85.00       35.00
Fourth—Oreen trot or paw,
1-2 mile heats, 3—5,
lor local.horses that
have never   started
lor money.    Owners
to drive   tncii   own
horses  50.00        30.00        20.00
Filth.—Indian   pony   rare,
lor    Indian   horses
with Indian    riders. 25.00       15.00
Sixth.—Squaw      race    on
horse back, 1-2 mile
dash ,  In.Ovr       5.IHI
Seventh.—-Five   mile Marathon loot race, open.
Cup   presented    by
.tames Fiulay.
Value  50.00
Kwhth-lO0    yards    (not
race   16.00       5.00
'Exhibitors read Clause » carelully.
I'RI/.E LIST
Exhibition ul ('raabrok   Agricultural   Association,
to be hcM September 19th and 20th, 1912.
HORSES
CLASS l.-DRAFT HORSES
Sec. lsl. 2nd.
1. Stalllnn, any age. registered    $30 00 $15.00
2. Stallions, any age or grade   ... 15.00       10.00
3   llrood mare, lool at loot   15.00       10.00
4. TwiM-Ciil-o'il lllll  or gelding ... 15.00 10.00
5. l»nc-ycar-<>M   fill. , r gelding ,.. 10.00 5.00
».   F.ial lor 1912   5.00 2.50
7 Team   in   harness,   best   heavy
team 115.00       10,00
8.   Lumberman's team   15.00       10.00
CLASS 2.-OENKRAI. PURPOSE HORSES
See. |,t.       j„|
1. Team In haiw*. $15.00     $10.00
2. Mare and (oal, both   competing In.uu
3. Two-year-old er.lt   10.00
Heat (armor's outfit, .-.insisting nl lcu.11, wagon
and harness:
First—I pair ol horse collar*.   Value $10,011.
Scc.ind-1 pair horse Idaakels. Value $8.00.
Thlrd-I pair hrMhs.   Value $5.00.
Donated by Ihe East Kootenay Mercantile and
Provision Co.
CLASS 3-STANDARD IIIIED HORSES
Sec. let,       2nd.
I.  Stallion, any age     $20.00     $12.50 .
CLASS  4-WH'AL  THOHOl flllHHED HORSES.
.See. 1st.       2nd.
1.  .Stallion, any age $20.00     $10.00
2   Mare, any age    15.00      10.00
CLASS 5.-ROADSTERS
Sec.                                                lal. 2nd.
I.  Motes, IS hands and over, with
loal at loot $10.00 I 6.00
•2. Mara under  11 hanils ltith loal
at loot   W.M 5.00
3. Two-year-old filly or gelding ... 10.00 5.00
4. One-year-old filly or gelding  .... 10.00 5.00
5. Foal ol lilt     5.00 2.50
r-'our-in-liiniil in harness
single driver in harness .
CLASS 'i.-S.U'lll.K HORSES
2(1.011
211.110
lsl.
(ii'titlctnen's   siiitille   horse,   I5j
bands ur over HO.IHI
Ladies' saddle horso     S.iin
Hoys'    ami   girls'   saddle punv,
MA li.i.trls ui- iiuili'i'      5.111)
Ladies'  sii:,,  saddle  horse,   15
bands ur over     5.00
10.00
10.00
$ 5.011
2.50
I'l.ASS '
-MERCANTILE
See, 1st.        2nd
1, Single delivery horse nod rig.. $10.00     $ 5.00
2, Single haavy dray   horse   iiml
rig     10.00        5,00
3, llruy team ami ric.   10.00         5.011
•I.   Rest    rcinistcred     stiilliun     ou
grounds  '... 10.00
CATTLE
CLASS 8.-CATTLE
Sec.
I.
Ist.
Hull., o-iiy age Or   IiitciI   (pure
bred)  $10.00
2. Two typical dairy cows in milk 15.011
3. Two typical dairy cows, due to
freshen by Dee. lsl, 1913  15.00
4. Two teet cows ur slccrs ...   10.00
5. Two-year-old heller, dairy type.   3.00
C.  One-year-old   heller, dairy type.   5.00
7.'  Call ol lllll, daily typo    ...... ...   3.50
8. Cow in milk, confined to owners ol not more than two
cows   10.00
For best cow ami call:
Special by Farmers' Inslllulo, Ist $5.00; 2nd
piqs
2nd.
$ 5.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
2.50
2.50
2.011
-i.llll
$2.50,
CLASS fl.-SWISE
lsl.
2.1-1
$ 5.00
2.50
1. Hoar, pure bred  $10.00
2. Sow, any breeh     7.511
3. Two butcher's hogs   must suit
ed to local market     10.00        5.00
Kor best, brood sow:
Special by Farmers' Institute, 1st $5.00; 2nd $2.50.
SHERP
See.
1. Three breeding ewes 	
2. Three (at sheep	
3. Ham, pure bred 	
GOATS
lst.
 $10.00
... 10.00
  10.00
See.
4.   i
lst.
....$10.01
Sec
1.
Exhibit ol goats 	
POULTRY
CLASS 11
lst.
Plymouth Rocks, Hatred, eook.$ 2.00
Plymouth Rocks,   Bar red, cockerel   2.00
Plymouth Rocks, Barred, hen.... 2.00
Plymouth Rooks, Barred, pullet 2.00
Plymouth Rocks, White,   cock.. 2.00
Plymouth   Rocks,   White, cockerel,  2.00
Plymouth Rocks, White, Iiiu ... 2.00
Plymouth Rocks, White, pullet . 2.00
Plymouth   Reeks,   other   vanities, mule, special prize  2.00
Plymouth   Hocka,   other   varieties, (finale, special prize .... 2.00
Wyandottcs, White, cock   2.IK)
Wyandottcs, White, cockerel ... 200
Wyandottcs, White, hen -  2.00
Wyandottcs, White, pullet     2.00
W'yandottcs,   HufT, male, special
prize   -.  3.H0
Wyandottcs, Bud,   female, special prize   2.1111
Wyandottcs,   Columbian,   male,
special prize   2.00
Wyandottcs, Columbian, lemaie,
special prize   2.00
Wyandottcs,    other   than    the
above, male, special prize .... 2 nu
Wyandottcs,   other    than    the
above, (.male, special prize ... 2.00
Rhode Island   Reds, r. se comb,
cock  2.00
Rhode Island   Rods, ruse comb/,
cockerel   2.00
Rhode Island   Reds, ruse com*.
hen   2.00
Rhode Island    Reds, rose cr nib,
pullet   2.00
Rhode    Island      Rcls,    single
comb, cock  2.00
Rhode lsliii.,1 Ituls. single comb,
cockerel   2.00
Rhode Island llcis, single comb,
hen   2.00
Rhode Island Reds, single comb.
pullet   2.00
Orpingtons, Hug, cock   2.00
Orpingtons, Hull, cockerel  2.00
Orpingtons, Hud, hen     2.00
Orpingtons, Huh*, pullet   2.00
Orpingtons, White, cock   1.00
Orpingtons,   White, cockerel    ... 2.00
Orpingtons, White, hen   2.00
Orpingtons, White, pullet    2.00
Ugborns, White, cock   2.00
licghorns, White, cockerel   2.00
Leghorn*, White, hen   2.00
Leghorns, Whit.', pullet  2.00
Leghorns, Brown, cock   2.00
ims, Brown, cockerel   2.00
2nd.
$ 6.00
5.00
5.00
2nd.
$ 5.011
2nd.
t 1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
I..10
1.00
1 IIII
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.08
1.00
1.00
1011
13.  Leghorns, Brown, hen   2.00       1,00
11. bighorns, liiuvvn, pullet   2.11.1 1,00
45. leghorns,   Jti.n,    mole,  special
prize  2.1111
46. Leghorns,   llllfl,    lemaie, spri-iul
prize   2.(10
-17.  Minorca, Black, cock   3.00 l.M
48.  Minorca, Black, cockerel   2.110 1,00
19,   Minorca, Black, lien   2.00 1.00
50. Minorca, Black, pullet  1  2.no 1.00
51. Aliilaliisia.is,        male,       special
prize  2.1m
32,   Anilaliisians,     [t-inale,      special
prize  2.00
53.   Aliciiniis, male, special prize . . 2.nil         1,00
51,   Aiieunus,  lemaie,  speeial prize... 3.011         1,00
55.   (lame,   Cornish,   male,   siki-ial
prize   2.00
50,   tlaine,   Cornish,   lemaie, s|*-eial
prize  ,   'j.mi
57. Oame,   standard   ur exhibition,
male, special prize   '-.on
.8.   (lame,   standard   or   exhilAtlon,
female, special prize    2,00
58. (lame,  old    English   or    I'll,
male, special prize  2.00
80.  (lame,    Old    English  ot   Pit,
lemaie, .special prize  2.nil
01.   Asiatics, best cock   1.50        LOO
12. Asiatics, best  lull   1.50         1.00
03.   Asiatics, best cockerel   1.50         1.00
84.   Asiatics, best pullet   1.511         LOO
65.   Best Brahma   lype, any sex or
»ujr-     1.50 l.iin
0(1.   Best Langshaii type, any sex or
aw      1.50 1.00
117. Other    standard   breeds,    not
elsewhere specified,   male 2.no 1.00
118. Other   Standard    breeds,    nut
elsewhere specified, Innate .... 2.00 1.....
00,   Bantams,  (lame,  male   1.00 .5"
III.   Ilantams, (lame, lemaie   1.00 .51)
71. Bantams,   other    than   (lame.
male      L00 .50
72. Ilantams, other than   (lame, le
maie     1.110 :,,i
13. Barred   Rucks,    best exhibition
pen (3 lemaie i   anil 1 male),..   3.00
71. White Plj'.iioin,. Rocks, best
exhibiti<.11 pin (8 females and
1 male)     3 00
75. White Wyandottcs, best exhibition pen (3 females and 1
male)  *    3.0U
70. Rhode-' Island Beds, best exhibition pen 13 females and I
male)     3 1111
77. Orpingtons,    HufT,   best  exhibi
tion  pen   (3   I,-males    and 1
male)     3.no
78. Orpingtons,   While, best exhibi
tion   pen     (.'1 females   and 1
male)     3,00
79. U-ghorns,   While,   best exriibi-
t on   i»n   (3   females   and 1
male)     3,00
80. Leghorns,   Brown,   best exhibi
tion   pen   (3  {email's   and   1
male)     3.00
81. Minorcas,   Black,   best     exhibi
tion pen  (3 females    anil   1
male)   3.00
82. Ducks, Pekin, male, old   2.0o 1.00
83. Ducks, Pekin, I.male, old     2.00 1 ihi
84. Ducks, Pekin, male, young      ... 2.00 1.00
85. Ducks, Pekin, (enisle, young   .... 2.00 l.M
SO.  Ducks, Rouen, male, old   2.O11 1.00
47.   Ducks, Rouen, female, old   2.00 1.00
88.   Ducks, Rouen, male, young   2.IM1 l.ini
49,   Ducks, lluin-n. lemaie, young ... 1.00 1.00
90. Ducks,  other    varieties,   male,
special prize     2.00
81.   Ducks, other   varieties,   female,
special prize 8 2.00
92. Oeese, Toulouse, male      2.00 1.0(1
93. (Iecse, Toulouse, female     2.Oil 1.00
91. (Iecse,   uther    varieties,   male,
special prize      2.00
95.  (i.a-s.,, other  varieties,   letnale,
special pri/e    2.00
98.  Turkeys. Bronze, male     3.00        3.0*1
97. Turkeys. Bronze, lemste     3.00        2.no
98. Other   varieties,   male,   special
prize  2.00
90.  Turkeys,   other   varieties,    b-
malc, special prize   2.00
100. Hulnoas, male   2.0(1 1.00
101. Ouineas, lemaie   2.00 1.00
Special by A. M. Ib-attle, Waldo, B.C.:
3 Oriental cups
For best rthode Island Ked cock
For best  1.,-c.Iioiii cock
S|H*-inl by .1. Hrennan:
For best pair Toulouse accsc, $1.01. cash
ORNAMENTALS
101. Pheasants, Ring Neck, male 2 00 LOO
103. l-neasonts, Ituu   Neck, female. 1.00 LOO
104. Pheasants. (Iiilden, male     2.00 1.00
105. Pheasant*, Oolden. female     2.00 1.00
loo. Ilacasant*,      other    varieties,
male     2.00 1.00
107. Pheasants,   other   varieties, li-
male     2.00 1.00
(To Is- euntinwd).
AU Entries Must be
Made Before
Sept, 18th
1912
WATEH NOTICE.
■Kor a LlOM.Be t-o Take- ami Use Water
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that. Oretta Vloara Burden, of Toronto, Ontario, spinster, will apply
(or a licenso to take ami use 2 cubic
leet per second ol water out ot Lewis
Creek, which (lows iu a westerly direction through I.ot 7210 and other
lots ami empties into Kootenay river
near Wasa, B.C. The water will be
diverted at a point about two miles
from mouth of Lewis Creek and will
be used for irrigation purposes ou the
land' described as Lot 5157, Croup
One, Mast Kootenay distriet, Prov
inee nf British Columbia,
Thi-s notice was posted on the
ground on the 18th day of .luly,
1012. The application will lie liled
hi the olliee o( the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook, B.C.
ObJeotlODS may lx' filed with      \he
said Water   Recorder or with      tbe
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C,
Qrotta Vicars Burden, Applicant
by (lordon it. Johnson, Agont,
BO-it
WATER NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Use Water
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
that Oretta Vicars Burden, of Toronto, Ontario, Spinster, will apply (or
,i license to take and use two cubic
fotl iH-r MOottd o( waller out of Wolf
Creek, which Hows in a westerly direction through Lots iti and other
lots and empties Into Kootenay River net. Wasa, i.r. The water will
be diverted at a point about lj miles
(rom Uie mouth uf Woll Creek nnd
will be used lor Irrigation purposes
on tin* land described .ts i .,t 5457,
(in up One, Kootenay District, Province of Hritish Columbia
This notice was posted on the
ground on thr 18th day ol -luly,
IMI. The application will Ik- Died
in the office of tbe Water Recorder at
Cranbrook, H.C.
objections may be filed with thc
said Water Recorder or with tbe
Comptroller of Water Rights. Parliament Build imp., Victoria, B.C.
OretUi Virars Burden,   Applicant.
(iv Gordon R. .lohnson, Agent.
SOU
WATER   NOTICK.
For a License to Ta«v and Use Water
NOTICE IS IIKHKHY GIVEN
that Richard .1. Plaskett and Edgar
Livingstone Burden, both ol Toronto,
Ontario, Travellers, will apply for a
license to take and use two citric leet
per st-cond of water out iA Wolf
Creek, which flows in a westerly direct on through Lot 16 and other
lots, and empties into Kootenay
River near Wasa, B.C.
The water wif be diverted at a
point about 11 miles from thc mouth
of Wolf t'reek and will be used for irrigation purposes oq tbe land described as Lot S527, Oroup One, Kootenay District, Province ot British
t'olumbia.
This notice was posted on the
ground on tbc ISth day of .luly,
Hit. Tbe application will he filed
in the office of the Water Recorder at
t'ranbrook, B.C.
Objections may be filed with       tlie
said Water    Recorder or witb       tbe
""omptjoller of Water Right's, Parliament H-.i. ii*,.- . Victoria, B.C.
Richard .1.   Plaskett   aod Kdear    L.
Burden, Applicants.
by Oordon R. Johnson, Knm\i.    3u-4
WATER NOTICK.
NOTICE   IS    HEREBY    OIVEN
that Hi-hard C Plaskett and Kdgar
Li. ins-.tone Burden, both ol Toronto,
Ontario, Travellers, will apply for a
lic-nw to take ai-4 use two cubic leet
per secritd oi waler out <t Lewi-.
Creek, ubicb flows in a westerly direction through Lois 7210 awl other
lots ami empties inio Kootcni.y River near Wasa, B.C.
The water will be diverted at a
point abcul two miles from tne
mouth of Lewis Cp-ck. and will be
used for irrigation pdtpON 0B th**
land described ns IM H527, Oroup 1,
K'otenay District, Pimtnor of British Columbia.
Thii noti-c was potted *-n the
ground on the "'th day of July,
1012. The appliratlrm will to filed
in Uk* office of the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook. B.C
Objections may be filed with      the
•.aid Wattt    Recorder or with     the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parlia
mtr-t Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Richard .1.     Plaskett    and Kdgat L
Burden, Applicants
by Oordon R.   lohnson, Agent.     30-i
ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 18th
NOTICE,
NOTICK IS IIKHKHY OIVEN .1!
tin- inicntinn nl John McTavlsh to
apply for .1 t.iiiial.'r ,,! Ml liiruor ll-
cm.s»- lor Ibe W.-nlv-iirtli l."U'l, *ltu-
al<. mi lots ll uml H, Wiirk M| Cr»n-
briKr*-, ll.C, Irom llu* *al.l .lohn Mr
TaiNi to Han A. Mi'lhinalil, nl thr
said I'iltv ol l'ianUo,,k. at Uk: ra'lt
liMl-tlltK ot lit'* I.Iitiis.' r..iiiiins-,i.*i,'t-;
Inr iii.- Cilv ol Cranliriuk hr-M Ihiriy days ali.r Hie Klh day ol Aiijiust.
IIII.
Dalrrl al Ci.iiilirixik, II. ('., Ulll .Ml,
flay nl Autuft, 1112.
lolin MrTavlali
M-Jt n. A. McDonald. THB CHANBBUOK HKHALD
What kind of a
silo will yours
be?
Wood—or
Concrete ?
I
f F you were to build two silos—one ol wood, the other ol concrete—side by side, and
then could lee them as they will look alter five years of service, you wouldn't have
to think twice to decide which is the best material. In a few years more Here
« ouldn' t be much of the original wooden silo left—the repairing you'd have to do would be
us troublesome and cost a* much as the building of an entirely new one. Hut* thc passage of
five, ten, fifteen or even twenty years will make no difference to the hard-as-ruck wall of the
concrete silo.
CONCRETE SILOS LAST FOREVER
fir*? ami lightmnf- are alike defied by concrete.      Yuu need no Inaunnee igiinit in
n-tiiiti,  became it cannot be deatroved.   Concrete -.ilm *ire be-1 for another reifon.     Ibe
concrete keepi the enillige atim even temperature, W tliat it "cure*" better, and therefore contain*
mure food-value for your mock.
YOU CAN BUILD ONE YOURSELF
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"What the Farmer Cut Oo With Concrete." fllvee ell the Information you will need, not only
about iiii..*. but ,-iliout icoree of other um fer concrete on the farm. It lent a catintjuo, nor an
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dcitructi*
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WHEN you bay Cement be nure
" lhal Ike "Cannda" label In on
every box and barrel.     Cunadu'e
farmers have found il lo be the ,
bait.
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Vim and Vitality
Are assured It you will cleanse your
stomach ol undigested lood and loul
gases; the excess bile Irom the liver
and tbe waste matter Irom tbe intestines and bowels by the use ot
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the great trult, kidney, liver, stomach and bowel remedy.
At all dealers 25 and 50 cent boiea
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Thomas, Ont.
Sold by The Craubrook Drug and
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MINES AND MINING IN B. C.
MINISTP.lt   OK    MINKS' REPORT
KOIt YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31ST, lill.
The annual report ot lhc minister
nl mini's lor lliv year willing'December 31st, 1911, is just to hand.
The total production ol minerals
ilinini: lllll is estimated at $23,490,-
072, .lividi-d as follows: Gold, placer,
(420,0(10; lull.', $1,72*1,ill:!; silver,
1951,213; lead, $I,oeO,r,2l; copper,
$4',ri7l,04l-, zinc, $129,092; cnal, »,-
B7r,,717-, coke, 300,030; miscellaneous,
$3,547,202. Ill this total the East
Kootenay district is credited with
11,475,050, exclusive ol coal and
coke.
COAL.
Tlie collieries ul the province during liie. year 1911 produced 2,207,710
tons (2.210 ll..) nf coal—a decrease ol
041,517 tons, ns compared with the
preceding year.
This decrease is entirely due to the
labor troubles in thc East Kontcnuy
lii-lil, whereby the collieries ol that
dislr ct were shut down tor over
eight months.
Tlie decrease of the output in the
Kasl Kootenay Held amounted to
023,002 tons of coal, which was only
partly offset by an increased produc-
lion in tbe coast district ol 81,545
tons.
'lite greater portion ol this production—about 72 per cent—waa mined
by three companies—the Canadian
Collieries and the Western Fuel company in the Const district, and the
Crows Nest Pass Coal company in
Kast Kootenay.
In the East Kootenay field the
Hosmer mines and the Corbin C. and
('. Co. made very appreciable productions, although not nearly as large
as In the preceding year.
The gross output ol the coal mines
o. the province lor the vear 1911 waa
2,207,710 tons (ol 2,240 lb.), in addition (o which 718 Ion* were drawn
from stock, making the gross amount
nf cnal distributed 2,298,46c ions.
Of this gross amount, there     was
Coal
sold as coal tor consumption in Canada, 1,373,779 tons; sold fnr consumption in the t'nitcd States, 573,-
888 tons; while 38,808 tons were exported to other countries, making
the total conl sales for the year 1,-
980,475 tons.
In addition to tlw coal sold, there
was used in the manufacture of coke
104,056 tons, and 178,242 tons were
ured under the hollers, etc., ol the
producing companies, while 20,093
tons were Inst in washing.
As has already lieen noted, there
was no coke made in the Coast district, the total coke production having been made in the East Konlemty
Held, where Iron. 104,656 tons ol coal
tliere was produced 66,005 tons
(2,240 lb.) nl coke—only admit 30
per cent oi last year's production, as
the mines were closed down fur eight
months nn account <! labnr trundles.
The coke sales (or the province
amounted to 73,451 tnns, of which
amount 7,180 ions was drawn from
slock.
The Inflowing table indicates the
markets in which the coal and coke
output nl the prov nee was snid:
Coast      Crows Nest        Total
District Pass District for Province
Sold fur consumption in Canada 	
Si Id fur export lu linilt*l States	
Snid fm exporl in oilier countries	
Ooko
St,hi fnr consumption in Canada	
Sihl fur exporl lo United Slates	
Snlil fnr export to nther countries	
. (Tons-2,240 lb.) 1,278,640
. (Tons-2,240 lb.) 363,004
. (Totu-2,210 lb.)       .18,808
05,130
200,804
Total coal sales    1,081,412        305,0.13
6,153
  (Tons-2,240 lb.)
  (Tons-2,240 lb.)
  (Tons-2,240 lb.)
00,034
1,207
Total coke sales..
0,153
1,373,779
573,888
38,808
1,986,175
72,187
1,387
73,454
EAST KOOTENAY COALFIELD
In Un- Kasl Kootenay cnal licl.1,
lhe nld iitqr-i-ini-iil ns lo wages, etc.,
which had existed between the operators ami the employees, cxpirial nu
March 31st, 1911, and considerable
difficulty was i-x|H'i-iiiice.l in arranging a now nnc, the negotiations occupying nearly fight innnths, during
which time the collieries nf this section uf Hrilish Columbia and also if
tis- adjoining portion ol Allierta were
shut down. Tlie new agreement
was, however, eventually signed,
and linlil* diniling until March, 1015.
The produotlon ol the mini's ol this
section during lhc past, rear therefore unly represents thn i.utput lor
tbe four months nl lhc year in whloh
the mines were In operation.
There were three companies opcrat*
Kort Steele M.D. produced  ,
Ainsworth M. D. produced	
Slocan M. D. produced 	
Nelson M. D. produced 	
Trout Lake M.D. produced 	
All others produced 	
ing in this district—the Craws Neat
Pass (Vail company, operating two
scpcrale collieries, tbe combined output ul which was 330,940 tons; thc
Corbin Coke and Coal company,
which nude an output ol 81,718
tuns, and the Hosmer Mines, Limit-
cil, which produced 39,399 tons of
coal, making a gross output lor the
district lur I9lt .,( 442,057 tons nl
coal. This gross output is 923,962
tons, or about 67 per cent less than
tin- output ol Ihe previous year.
In addition to the coal mined, 3,259
luns were taken Irom stock, making
lhc amount ol coal distributed Inuu
lilc collieries 445,310 tons.
ot this truss tonnage, 104,650 tons
weie used in the manufacture of
coke, ol which there was produced
00,005 Ions (2,210 lb.)
.17,150,009 lb. lead-03.82 per cent nl
. 289,0009 lb. lead- 1.01 per cent ol
. 0,705,571 lb. hw.-2i.9ti per cat ol
. 1,928,836 lb. lead- 7.11 per rent nl
514,311 lb. lead- 1.91 per cent nl
,    367,598 lb. lead- 1.03 per cent ol
LEAD
The lead production ul the province
tor the year 1911 was 26,872,397 lb.
ol lead, having a market value ol
$1,1109,521, showing, as compared
wilh the previous year, a decrease In
amount nl 7,78o'.3i9 lb, ot lead, or
32.4 per cent., and a decrease in
value nl $316,029, or 22.8 per cent.
The average market price ct this
metal fnr Ihe year 1911 was a little
lower than Inr the previous year.
Thc causes militating against the
output ol silver even more seriously
nlfrcinl ihi* production ol lead; but
II is expeeled that this trouble . will
lie largely remedied by next year.
The lead production Is this year,
as usual, derived cliielly trom the
Korl Steele mining division, as is
tb. wn in ; lie lollowlng table:
total
total
total
total
total
total
20,872,397
100.00
OF
IT
LISTEN    TO      ELOQUENT    ADDRESS BY PASTOR DUNHAM.
There was a large attendance nl
Knights ol Pythias nt the Methodist
church last Sunday evening, when a>
special sermon was delivered by the
pastor, Rev, W. K. Dnnbam.
Mr. Dunham spoke lu part, as follows:
"As pastor ol this church and in
behalf of lhc ollicials ot lhe ehurcli I
Welcome to Ibis service the Im'at
order ol the Knights ol Pythias.   We
trust our worship together may long
remain green in our memory. We
hope that by no means will It be tlie
last time that we shall so meet. In
my address tonight I wish to address
ymi' Sir Knights on the depth ol
meaning, and tbc significance of the
three great words which enunciate
I Ihi principles of your order. To the
rest ol the congregation 1 wish to
lay Iri'lore you tbe "Sncialogtcal
Function ol Religion."
"My text will be found In' 1 Cor.
IV. 20: "For the kingdom ot Ood is
not in word, but in power."
"Turn back the pages ol human
history tonight, yea let us picture In
our mind's eye that prehistoric Image ol man, thc cave-dweller, he ol
Ihc low torebcad, sluggish intellect
iu»l torpid soul. Now nlace beside
I his figure Ihe uncrowned king ot today, the mislcrn man, tht Intellectual man, Uw   big souM nun.   Tke
contrast i* marvelous. Can these
Iwo Is- related at all? II so, how
has the evolution taken place?
"Now, as Dr. Itotcntia.n has pointed nut in a 1 realise on this subject,
Ihe merely physical nature nl man
cannot answer this query. Let me
illustrate: the bee shows great ingenuity in the construction ol Its
honey comb; the beaver surprises us
as ao engineer in the building ol bis
dam; tbe organizing ability ot the
ant in the marshaling ol its armies,
and In tire control nl lis slaves astounds us; but wilh all ol this Ingenuity and skill, these little toilers do
not improve, there Is a limit lo
llielr achievement. Ilut nnt so witb
man, man is pu eminently a creator,
his march is the march nl progress,
what salislies trim this year he Improves upon next yenr, man must achieve, he must build, he must ed-
vanre, lor it Is   hia nature to lo ao, I
and bo is llir only creature ol whom,
this can tic said. Thus has come to
pass that mighty advance, so conspicuously si en wlin. we place tlie
lowest licsiilc live higliest.
"Let me repeal, wln-ncc the hidings
nf this power? I bellevo tho one
word, "Necessity," answers tbis
ijiiiKlion in part. ' Tell mc, where
nro the hardiest, brightest, noblest
men developed? Are they to lie luuiiil
in tropic regions, whore nature lays
with lavish band the fruits of tin
Held In man's lap, where toil Ion
daily bread Is not necessary? Or do
we find the strong men In the Northland, where nature seems to resent
man's advance, and demands that be.
lirst prove hlmsell supreme to her
before even bread to eat shall be giv-
eri to him. We know that when nature is hostile to plant or tbe lower
orders ol animal lilc, that tliey perish. But not so man, il bo wants a
tool he disembowels the earth for the
material to make it, and so as al
creator he brings to bis help thc
creatures ol his bands and brain, ia
ilcfi'iiee of nature. And so in a physical sense, man's necessities liavi,
nerved his efforts until lie has lifted
himself from being a mere cave dweller through pastoral, agricultural and
cnmmercial stages tn lie the . uncrowned king ol today.
"But we know that physical necessity is not thc only necessity tbat
has spurred man onward. Man is a
moral as well as a physical being.
Moral necessity is Iiy lar tlte greatest dynamic which lias ever pushed
lilted moo onward and upward. And
such a necessity can only exist in a
being capable ol asking: "What?
Why? How?" These queries havo lieen
lorced to man's lips when he has
contemplated nature and llle without
and within. The result has 'been religion and science. Ilut what is
science? Science is man's efforts to
allocate nature. He finds a law here
and another there. Thus he has
come to his departments in science,
he calls tliese departments by name,
hence wc have the natural sciences,
tbe mental sciences, etc. Rut
science docs not answer the moral
queries, tliey but Illustrate the   fact
that thc queries can bc answered,
hence man turns in the only source
ol his gratification and happiness,
and this source we have come to call
religion. What a conflicting, puzzling moss    primitive man's religion
is. Early In his h story man saw
thai he was utterly dependent upon
the rain nf (he heavens and the neat
of the sun for bis existence. So he
began tn wnrship the heavens. This
led later on to a mere nature worship until every stone, bush, mountain, river, late, bad its peculiar
spir t—everything became spirit-
haunted.
"This worship led to rituals an*
sacrifices lsi-oining more and more
complex. The reproductive power
was recognized as the center ol nature, hence depraved and degrading
practices ensued, until purer souls
revolted and resulted In a world-wide
revival under such leaders as Ouat-
ama, Zoroaster, Conlucius, Pytha-
gorus, Lnnt/e, etc. Religious)
llmught and feeling were lused and a
new civilization arose thereto.
So man in his religious experienc,
■Initial or rather developed Irom ono
stage tn another. He worshipped the
dead, tn wit the Babylonians, Egyptians, and Chinese. Also In a different form by tbc Greeks and Romans.
'To the Jews we owe the conception nl one God, and on this Monotheism, as well as on the ruins ol
llie decadent religions ol Greece and
Rome, Christianity began to erect
her hat dement*. A new torce was
manifest In Ihe disciples ol Christ, so
much so that the Romans cried out:
"See how these Christians love one
111101017," From now on tbe character and destiny ot the world ia
wrapped up with the Babe ot ih-lhle-
hem.
"Alter twelve centuries an cccles-
iui.liris.ii had grown up In the church
which made the Individual subordinate In the church or hierarchy, but
wilh the revival nl learning, tbe re-
iiaisa.icc, there came new religious
llle to the masses, the Individual he-
came emancipated in thr enunciation
nl the great Pauline doctrine. "The
Just, shall live by faith."
"So today, it is the altruism of
Christianity whicb supercedes all
else.
'Contrast wilb this the barbarous
practices ol Rome, the sacrifices ol
the Ganges, the cannibalism nl Fill,
all done In the name of reHglon, and
who is there but must say that It is
only as we have progressed in religion that we have advanced In
civilization. It was Christianity
that raised her arm against slavery,
and witness the bread ships ploughing their course to starving Russia,
India, China, at the behest al thr
nrfatiaa'alth.
CLOTHING SALE
Our stock is too heavy for this season of the year, and in
order to make room for our Fall stock we are offering any
Suit in the store at
25 % Discount
We have some very choice patterns left.
We make our own alterations.
SHOE SALE
We are offering any   (fr "J  PA
Oxford in the store at   vO-DU
Our stock   includes   Patents,   Velours  and Tans in
Button and Bals.
See Our Special Table at $2.75
AU Goods
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"ln tho strong words which express thn principles ol your order,
Sir Knights, you stand lor the same
great faith m do we of the Christian
church. Friendship, Charity, Benevolence. These are thc great wonls
of the Christian faith. Thc lamilies of
the masses arc being blessed today
as never before by the Christ ol Ood.
The great world movement is on, upward, ever upward; onward, ever onward, In its mighty sweep. You, Sir
Knights, have a great and noble
place in the building up ol mankind,
Remember it is nol in' word, be it
ritual, dogma, or creed, that the
world ls to be emancipated, but by
power, the power ot the goodness ol
God in jhuman hearts. I hid yjou go
out in the nijrht of lite, for there is
dorkness all about us, witb tlw cheer
ol your friendship, tlie benediction ol
your charily, and yonr noble work ol
benevolence, and may the good God
gn with you."
>
FOR RENT.—Three mom apartment, partly liirnished, near the
[might shells.    Apply W. It. Realty,
city.
31-tf
Customer—I want a ton ol coal.
Ilenlcr—Yea, sir. What size?
Customer-Well, il .it's not asking.
too much I'd like Ir. have a 2,000-
lioiiml ton.—Ex.
CLASSIFIED LOCALS
TO RENTJJHEAP
Large Warehouse.—Apply F. J.
Deane, Herald Office *tf
AGENTS WANTED. - II you ean
hustle apply la writing to Sales
Agency and Adjustment t'o., Box
310, Cranbrook. 21-tl
Oollectloas.-I.ct ua collect your
old accounts. No charge it we don't
collect.—Sales Agency and Adjuat-
ment Co., Box 310, Cranbrook
B.C. ll-tl
WANTED.-I.ady wishes work hy
the day. Apply to Mrs. M. .lohn-
sion, over Campbell and Manning's
slore. 31-11*
WANTEft-GIrl lor general housework. Apply Mrs. (I. W. Patmore,
city. Sl-tl
WANTED.-Onnd specialty salesman tn sell -the greatest convenience
in electric lights ever nllrrcd. All
users ol electricity are buyers. Can
be place where, desired. Selling well
here at (3.00. Write .Hhcppard, P.
0. Box 12H, Vancouver, B.C. 32-lt*
FOR SALE.-One small mare and
lour months old mare colt. Also light
Democrat and harness. Apply to E.
Corbett, Cranbrook, B.C. 31-2
FOR SALE.-Strong mare, suitable lor slump nr logging work,
1100 lbs. Apply W. Palelhorpr,
(llenlillr, Kingsgate, ll.C.        32-lt*
FOR SALE.-Young pigs. Apply .1.
Brault, Canadian hotel. 304t
FOR SALE.-Baby canloie J7.00,
Apply Boi I, Herald oftat.      11-11*1
FOR   SALE.—BIO acres on K.C.R.I
with improvements ami water rights, j
goiug cheap as a whole, or in smaller
lots.      Address, .1. (!., Herald office,
Cranbrook, B.C.
FOR SALE.—Singer's machine,!
drop head. Mission finish stand; only'
twiiv used; in perfect condition; will
sacrifice tor 310. Apply T. llealtie,'
Fink Mercantile Co. ,31-lt*
FOR SALE.—Walerhoi.se engine,
mounted on wheels, 20 h.p.,. 10 Inch
stroke, center cranti, ,10 11. Un inch
licit. Also carriage, saw, and other
parts for sawmill. Apply to C. A
Manners, Cranbrook. 30-H
LOST.—A Collie pup, aged six
niuntlis, answers to tin' name of
--Sandy,',' ' has long red hair, lour
white teet and white throat. Please
return to Herald  ofllce.    Reward
ROOMERS WANTED. - Apply to
Mrs. ,1. S. Mciinic, Lumsden avenue,
city. 28-11
Several miles ol telephone wire, in
100 feet lengths, suitable lor tracing,
can bc piirchasi d ut bargain prices
from ihc Kootenay Telephone Lines,
Lid. Apply to .1. It. McNubli, manager. 30-tl
TO RENT.—Waifhouso or storeroom space at reasonable rates. Furniture, pianos, trunks, buggies,
sleighs, etc., stored iu good dry
warehouse. Apply at Herald otlice.
Phone 18. 27-tl
WANTEIK-Slenographrr tor com
mercial house. Apply with references at Herald office. 2-tl
WANTED.-A nurse maid to help in
light housework; conk kept. Apply tn
Mrs. V. Hyde linker. 17-tt
WANTED.-lly the    W.   0. T. U„
mothers for the young girls, who are
out so late at night, with uucstluu-
alile young men. 31-tf
The Home Bakery
Kniit-itT Kiiamk, Prop,
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, and
Pastries or All Kinds
PHONE 87
Norbury Ave.      0,i|.. Citv Hall
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(KGROPKAN)
A ni(itl«rii t'.|ui|Mit*.l (talent inniU>riil->
prieea
Itatei. fl.OOun.. ii|i |hm iluy
Comer of Howm-I Bl.RMl Pronl A\n<
Our Iiiim iimk'Ir nil traititt
Tke Coeur D'Alene Company
i*K"H*KHmim
JABOB Q0E1Z, President
HARRY F. BAI-R, Secretary
tor
Waller J. II. Robertson, ol Waldo,
has resigned bis olllcc us a justice ol
lhe peace.
II. Ci Pellet, tormcrly one ot the
old time conductors on the Crow,
hut now in the real estate business In
M.*liclne Hat, motored up to Crnn-
briiok lhc first of the week. His wife
anil son arc with hlm, and while
lure they aro slopping at the humc
nt Mr. It. P. Moltat. Mr. Pettct predicts a gnat liilure lor Medicine
Hat nn account nl so many, manufacturing industries starting tliere.
NOTICE
TO ALL KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIA8
K. Of P.
Social
will Imi Iml.l ill tin-
IC. of P. Hull
Friday, Aug. 9th
at 8 |i.in.
TjaitiiiR Uri'lhrnii nre cordially iiivit.il

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