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 V,
THE CRAiN BROOK
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*     WIS »-
VOLUME   11
-i-ats**
lUtANBUOOK,   ItlHTISH  COLUMBIA,   THUKSDA.Y,  JULY   80,   l»U8
NO. ill
GREAT  VALUES At Last Two Days of Sale
Sale Ends on Saturday Night
White Drawers
Tlio ri'iuiiiiiil.'i- of ."ir «l<"'!- '" ■"' ''Ipurinl oul
It I'll I Mil It. I.HS nf .'ns.
(.ADIE8'   WHITB   DRAWEB8,
nil nf mn* 7-M-. niiiki's, rrilni'i'il to
I'ertmir     50c*
AT TIC wn will liuiilli- ll.o linlniii'i- nf "llr
Vl'STqnalitlea b! LADIES' DRAWERS.
Conn, iiurly, boforo the beat are picked out.
Wash Skirts
Only n few left.
LADIES' WHITE DUCK SKIRTS.
ii liurniiin ul      $145
l.'sunl prii-n $2..HJ
BETTER QUALITY FINE DUCK
SKIRTS, nil our 33.50 uiiiki-s
Sow   Ufa (inch
Girls' Oxfords and
Girls' Boots
On Friday ami Sntunlay we   will place
on aale two lots at ridiculously low prices,
OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS
AT   • ■ ■      75c. a Pair
Keguliir J 1.00 to Sl.-'lo Qualities
GIRLS' ROOTS, alien. 50 pnirs to
cliooso from, at    $1.25 a puir
Ladies' Muslin Suits
Smart and Up-to-date Styles
Wo ran ttlve ynu u riglil good Imi-f.iiii in
ii SMART WHITE LAWN SUIT. Usual
price ?*l.ni..
Sale Price
$2.50 each
One Only, Ladies' Mercerised Suit
In u neat Shepherd Check.   Size 111 l.ust
WORTH   $7.50
Sale Price     •     $4.75
CORSET  COVERS
TWO SPECIAL LOTS
AT 20c. and 35c. each
Sunshades
FURTHER REDUCED
Carpet Squares
Remember, SATURDAY FINISHES
THE SALE, and it will bu to your advantage to buy nt. once. The valiumare 20 PER
RENT. KEENER THAN USUAL.
BURNS BROTHERS
i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦•»•♦•♦■» <
REID BLOCK
CRANBROOK,  B. C.
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Your Opportunity I
To pnroliaao LEATHER GOODS, consisting of  HAND €
IAGS, PURSES, BILL FOLDERS, CARD CASES, ETC.        %
We lire oleiirin-,' ont our stock of LEATHER nhnne
nt prices thnt will plenreyon.
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR ASSORTMENT
W.  F. TATE
-The Jeweler"
Official    Walotl     Ili-.pec.nr
for l'. .'. I-'.
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GODFREY BARRINGTON BROWN
Our live advertising agent, is this week sojourning
at the seaside, ntulTlicidentally ussistini; liis paterfamilias in tin* stocking of n chicken ranch. The
rest of mir alntr nn-still .m duty, dispensing
Hardware. Stoves, Tinware, Etc.
to our mnny onstonicsrs.
J.   D.   McBRIDE
ORANBROOK, I',. .'. ''
CRANBROOK BILL
POSTING GO.
Ofltce Opposite C. P. K
Station
OFFICE PHONE     •     NO. 63
;; RESIDENCE "      -     Nl. 52
I have taken over the hill
hoards nml   busm-oss of   A.
\ [ (ironior, snd will give prompt
attention to any business in
our line.
;;JOHN ARMOUR  -  MANAGER
I
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH II   Mil EAN.  Proprietor
llimli-r in
Classes of Secondhand Ootids
All
11A it 1I\V A It I
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Photo Goods j
FULL LINT. OP ENGLISH  PHOTO hoods *
AND CAMERAS
Bverj'tllll.g for Ainiitetirs.   Wo will show yon how
t.i ilevelnp nml linisli your pictures
PAOFT M'.I.K-'.ONINU I'AI'Klt.   BIMPLBX I'APKR-
(Kee.li no lolling) nnil wivtiriil .nlu.i* pnpnUi kii.ili..
Cull mul -fi* miiiiplii wnrk
AI.HH   LIQUID   QOLOHS   FOR    PAINTING   OVER
l'lCirilK PORT OAllOS
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
BUYKK OF   FURS
Kimiitiin- nl  All   Kiwis, Imtli
Sow iiii.I Siviniil-liitnil
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
CRANBROOK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Men employed tor all kinds of
work, Wo solicit correspondence
with mill operator! mnl nlhor
oilier iitiliiPtrius,
ADDRESS: P. 0. BOX 232
! JOHN ARMOUR
MAWCM
C. 11. ALLISON, Manager
LIMITED
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GLASSES
in time Bave «iuht. Xugleot to have them properly
examined may menu u lifetime of sorrow and regret,
SniiiU disorder* grow more serious every dny. Tliere
in Hiitisfurlion in knowing for sure thnt your eyes are
nil right.   We can tell yon.
WU      WII   Cr%fU Jewolerand
•   II*     fflLOVili      Gradual* Optician
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NOTICE OF MEETING
Take notice that the half yearly
meeting ol thc shareholders of the
Water Supply Company, Limited, will
be held at tlio Company's office on
Thursday, the 13th August, 1908, at
k o'clock, p.m.
The Directors will ask for authority
to issue additional capital Mock to
provide for additions to and the dis»-
charge ot incumbrances on the Company's undertaking.
Toe Directors report will be considered and dealt with.
Dated this 2ftth day ot July, 1008.
By order of Directors.
W. F. Ourd,
19-2t Secretary.
THE GARDEN OF THE WEST
KAST KOOTKNAY THE GREAT
FRUIT COUNTRY OF
WESTERN CANADA
A talk with thc real estate men ot
the district will convince Uie most
skeptical that a tremendous interest
is being taken in East Kootenay fruit
and farming lands. Bome Bin miles
south oi Elko the Frost Investment
company have a block ol 7,000 aores
which ihey have subdivided Into five
acre blocks which Uiey Ate disposing
of very rapidly, in fact lot the last
six weeks, obey have sold on an
average five acres a d^i. An Irrigation ditch carries watci from Rook
creek to 3500 acres ol tin! Frost
holding iind another ditch from the
Klk rivei will in> constructed which
will place water on the whole of tbe
"(MO acres. This land Is being sold
to actual settlers and .will l*. tihe
means of large!) inerofising the population ol' that part of the district.
Again, at Wasa, on the Kootonay
rlvor, north of Fort Steele, Uiw enterprising company are irrigating a
large tract by means ol a ditch from
Lewis ereek. So thai East Kootenay may Irecoine known to tho
outside world as a great Iruit country, the Frost Investment company
have scoured the services ol Mr. W.
13. Foildsmen, of Spokane, to take a
large number of views. These will
be made into slides and will furnish
the illustrations for a series of lectures to be delivered by Professor J.
A. Tormcy, late principal ot thu
Spokane schools this fall to the
farmers of Manitoba, Saskatchewan
iind Alberta. Besides the pictures
a great collection of fruits grown
in the district is being made and
preserved in alcohol        and
will form an ex
hibit whieh will lie most convincing.
The trend is distinctly iu a westerly
directum as evidenced" by tho fact of
the many inquiries received from residents of the provinces of the middle
west regarding East Kootenay lands.
Edward Elwell, of the firm ol
Beale &, Elwell, told the Herald that
his firm were deluged with offers of
land on tho prairie in exchange for
East Kootenay fruit land and Cranhrook city property. All these
things tend to show which way the
wind blows and there is no'doubt
but that witb plenty of money, as
they will have after tho crop is oft,
the fanners of the prairie provinces
will he large purchasers of lands in
this district. As the influx increases, as it is increasing every day,
the price of laud is rising simultaneously so that it behooves those who
want land at a comparatively chea.p
rate to buy at once. The fact that
the greatest market on the continent
Is at its very doors makes East Koo
tenay laml - a particularly attractive
investment either for the home seeker or tbe individual who buys to hold
for an increase in value. Not only
will fruit ot all kinds, with the pos-
sib'e exception of peaches, grow and
llourish iu this district, hut such
vegetables as tomatoes, melons and
squash will ripen in the open, making
East Kootenay the vegetable garden
of the west. It will become necessary for the growers ol this district
to organize in the same manner as
growers have done in other districts
as lire markets of the Northwest will
not recognize small shipments and
combinations along tbis lftie sliould he
one of the features to be taken up by
tbe Farmers' Institute. The matter
of irrigated lands is a subject that is
interesting tho people ol the district
and this (act is emphasized bv the
rapid way in which tbe irrigated
lands south of thc town are selling.
Time is no question about the future
of Enst Kootenny as a Iruit country,
its fruit growing possibilities are
straight proved and demonstrated
tacts.
ALLEGED DIAMOND ROBBERY
ARTHUR     CLUTE     AND   MVRA
OLEASON IN THE TOILS
Wuiil comes liom Portland, Ore.,
that Arthur II. Cute, and his wife,
Lilian Clute, were arrested there on
the charge of b-tcaling diamonds trom
■iacnli Fleishman, of Cranbrook. They
were traced to Portland by Detective
Robert S. Raron, of Vancouver, who
laid t-he charm of theft against
them. Extradition proceedings are
to be taken.
Arthur Clute was well known in
Cranbrook, having been employed as
bark-ndcr nt the lloyal hotel for a
long time, while his wife was known
here as Myra Gleason, a keeper of a
house in Uie restricted district. It
is said that Mrs. Clute ordered ...
Fleishman, a travelling jeweler, lo
scnld a tray ot assorted gems to Im
house in Cranbrouk. Thl6 was on
April 10th last. Thc gems were sent
and this was the last seen ol the
Clutes in Cranbrook. The jewelry
alleged to have been stolen consisted
of a diamond nnd pearl sunburst,
valued at MOI.; one diamond pendant
valued at S2im. three solitaire rings
valued nt HMD, one pair ol diamond
cuff links valtir-1 at M50, and one
band setting diamond ring valued al
.200. After their arrest, but belore
they were honked at the police station, lhe Clutes banded the jewelry to
Attorncv John F. Logan. Rail was
lixeil .-it't'i.iiiiii in each case, but thii
not* beinn lorllicomlng, -Mie)- were con-
tlncH In the policu station pending the
extradition insliluted by the Canadian nutliorities. It is understood
thnt the prisoners will be brought to
Cranbrook lor trial.
LADIES' DAY
Next Saturday Moyie and Cranhrook meet at i p.m. Over one hundred people Irom Moyie will be here.
It has been decided to call Saturday
next ladies day because Hie ladies ot
('ranbrook are doing all in their
power tn boost the game lor tbat **■
temoon.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sundav morning, August 2nd, the
service ' will lie especially tor the
youn" though adults are welcome.
Parents arc anain urged to plan to
have their children present at these
services. Tin- church habit is worth
developing.
The Young People's Guild meets
every Tuesday at 8 o'clock.
Plans nre being made to have tlie
Sunday school picnic.on Wednesday,
August 5th, and the help ot the whoie
congregation Is asked lor.
Charles O. Hail, Pastor.
THE QUEBEC TERCENTENARY
THE     UNIQUE     CELEBRATIHX
WHICH   HAS   Sil   EMPHATICALLY SHOWN THAT CANADA    IS    A    NATION
AMONG NATIONS
Tin* great (Quebec ccirlir.it inn i.s
iii-l*. Tin* days uf lhc pageants iit'it*
lull nl inn-rest, but tu us i*n llrilish
uiiiln.i, removed as wc are in so
it miles Irom Uio sccno art tin-
pa-goantry an.l llu* domonfitrntions oi
patriotism, are not su much
thrilled l.y tin- IndEitaits that transpired in old Quebec. Even so, n is
impossible (or us Ui read Uie ac-
ennuis nl iiliat has happened in the
ancient capital, withuul fuolliu Unit,
tlie uccasiuii is u verj imUibic one.
ml may be opoch making. Whai dues
i all menu. Why was lhc ll.-n Apparent ai Quebec represoirtiinfl tin-
King'' ..liv were the representatives
.. tin* . niiiii siati*s ami Franco pre-
scni' Why were the battleships ol
three great nations moored siili- by
side firing a common saint.*-.' lt is
not because three hundred years ago
brave Frenchman built himself a
iiiuiii* and planned a cily. There is
something much more than this.
The fuel is thai the celebration is
less in commemoration of the dead
Champlain lhan in recognition of tho
place ul the liuiniiiiuii among the nations of the world. Britain, Franco
d the United stales struggled lor
supremacy un lliis continent anil
t was a heroic Struggle. The uul*
enme, as everyone knows, is that, the
United Slates occupy nne half ..I the
North American continent nnd t.r,-;it
Britain lhc other, France having no
territorial rights in the lan.l which
her suns did sn much lu make known
to the world, but the mark ... Franco,
the France nf three hundred years
ago, is indelibly imnrosscd upon this
Canada ol ours, blending all that is
hcsl- in tho Haul with lhc cliai-ai.-lerlt-
tics nf the Anglo-Saxon. The eftcutti
nl the tercentenary will not die with
the echoes ol the saluting artillery
slid tlie smoke I rail ot the departing warships down Ihe St. Lawrence,
Something will remain. It will be
the thought that during the lirst dc-
aile of the twentieth century, which
is distinctly Canada's century, that
Mils Dominion is recognized as a nation by all ol the civilized -nations
if the'globe, ns Is evidenced liy tho
tart that the leading countries ol thc
world bad re'nesent.itives at this
unique celebration.
I	
BLACK HANDS CAPIURED
After a chase lasting over four days
the pul ice early Sunday morning succeeded in recapturing three of the
prisoners who wero awaiting trial in
the Black Hand conspiracy, and who
hrcke gaol early last Wednesday
■Homing. Ever since thc escape a
large posse of constables have been
scouring the country in every direction Init until early this mnrning the
fugitives contrived tn evade their
pursuers by repeatedly doubling .rack
on their tracks. At 2 o'clock this
morning provincial constables F. D.
lairsch, A. .1. Kempston and William
Leaccy with Special ConsTatilrs
George Millett and Robert Clarke,
were patrolling the line in the neigh-
liorhood ot the Great Northern railway bridge near Eklimouth, when the
tug-itives came out ou the track some
distance ahead of them. A lively
race in tlie darkness ensued, the police capturing one man in a few minutes and another after a few shots bad
been fired at the fleeing men. Two
others, heedless of the fusilade that
was poured after them continued the
dash for liberty, one taking to tt«
brush and disappearing, and the ottaw
leaping into the river and swimming
across. After reaching lhe opposito
shore he opened lire on his pursuers,
who returned the compliment, but
owing to tbe darkness the bullets
went wide ot their mark and no one
was injured. The constables then
waited for daylight, when Lorsoh
crossed the stream and alter a long
search located his man nnd soon had
lire handcuffs en him. He had
thrown awav his revolver and denied
having lircd'on Uie police. All the
captured men put un a stifi fight and
resisted arrest until overpowered and
had thev been fully armed they would
not have heen arrested witiinut lott
of lite. Thev were taken to Femie
nn the C.P.R. express tliis eu-ning
and once more safely lodged be-hinli
the bars in the citv gaol and will
now lie kept* under const-ant wa.ch
nigh, nnd dav. Santoio, the only
member ot the gain: who has not heen
recaptured is still in the bush near
Klkiiioiilh and the authorities hope
to eltect his capture shortly. The
iiruvinci.il police deserve great credit
Inr the systematic and persistent
manner in which thev conducted thc
hnse over a difficult tract, ot eountrv, and thev were ably assisted by
the city police.
THE FIFTH   Rl.iCK  HAND CAPTURED
Fernie. -ti.lv 28.—S. Sortoni. the
ast of ihe Black Hand prisoners who
-seaiied from thc city ganl nn the
"nil nl .lulv. wns rapturril last
ilgllt vear the Interna, iona' boundary
Ine bv Prov'ncinl Constable William
'.eaeev and was brought to Fernie
fits morning. Thc prisoner Is In
■«nnr physical condition Irom cx-
nosurc.
I
GET RID OF TIIE WEEDS
N'orthenden Farm.   Craiibronk, B. C,
27th July, 1907.
F. E. Simpson, Esn„ Editor "Cran-
bronk Herald," Cranbrnok, B. C;
Dear Sir: I beg to draw your attention to the large quantity ot noxious
weeds—thistles, docks and nettles-
growing on each s-ide of the road,
which Is a direct continuation ol
Durick avenue, and loading to tlie
Movie roiiri, through townsite land,
and on the "Baker" estate.
The seeds nf these are rapidly ripening and a little prompt action in
tho cutting down nnd burning ol
these weeds now by the proper auth-
orflies would save an immense
amount ot trouble to the dislriel Ik
the tutnro.
. am. vours truly,
J. Percy Leslie.
HOUSE HAS PROROGUED
Ottawa, July IT.—The common-.
practically wound up ibe business of
i to session tonighl with a final review of the opposition criticism of
the government's administration and
a really brilliant and effective rt-
ply by the Hon. W. s Fielding.
Thi- other five bonis had been spent
in debate on tbe report ol the
Uiicbcc bridge committee declaring
thai Hi»' government bad exercised all
reasonable precautions to secure u
successful construction of the brldgt
llmi. (it-., k. Roster moved tho annual resolution condemning tli*- financial administration of tbe govern
tii-ni.     Hi- dllatod    In a pessimistic
'in on lhc growing expenditure,
charged extravagance and graft, de-
.lare.d that the obligations entered
Into hy the government during tb*
presenl session totalled tl75(iiun,uoo
nnd generally made out that I anada
was on tho verm- ol dreadful tilings If
thi* present government remained in
power. Hon W, S. PleWlna also
inoke, but for only about bait the
time occupied by Mr, Poster and
took up tho criticism catagoricalh
ami ainiii il.e thundering cheers »-i
the Liberal members, scored the ex*
finance minister point for point.
That, prophet of gloom, said Mr.
Pielding, "had been crying ruin ever
since the present governmenl came into power, hut instead of tho annually
predicted deficits, theee has been a
toa*h si ream ot surpluses announced
from year to year."
Mr. Poster and Iris colleagues bad
protested   vehemently against       the
growing expenditures,  but      when    it
came tb particularize on the Individual estimates, their voices were silent. Instead, there was. as Mr,
Pielding showed to tlie amusement ol
lbe house, an almost unanimous demand from the opposition members
for larger expenditures, in their coit-
stituenclea. He recited the various
demands made from the individual
members ..f tho opposition totalling
the expenditures miming up ovei
Slim.mm,mm. Mr. Poster blmselt bad
asked for an additional $3,000,000 Cot
civil service salary Increases.
Mr. Fielding's concluding sentences
Hcolarlng the government's pride in
the record of Hk- past twelve years,
were greeted with salvo after salvo
of applause from Mie Liberal benches.
THOSE ROADS
"It certainly is a beautiful trip
from Golden tb Cranbrook by road,
but I would never brine my automobile over that road aa,ain." It was
Charles A. Warren, of Golden, who
made this remark, after having made
the 190 mile run with his big English
Humher car. "The road as lonz as
it runs through North Kast Kootenay
is good, at least you in this district
would call it good, though we don't
think much of it. But when you
strike the Soutll East Kootcuay district the road, if road it can be
called, is something to make a man,
who is thinking of the tires ot his
motor eat, weep. 1 understand that
all you have in the way of a gov-
emrqent appropriation for roads,
trails and    bridges is $5,000, We
have $.10,000 and consider it too
litdle. The fact is, your roads are
not roads at all. they are simply
trails." This, coming from a man
who has been over the road, shows
that the Herald's kicks as to the
roads in the district arc not without
reason. V. Hyde Baker drove the
premier over the road from Windermere to Cranbrook in his motor car
the other day and he says the jolting up that tl.e Honorable Richard
got should have the effect of eettin;:
the road improved. It is t<f be hoped that that trip will assist the Herald in its fight for decent appropriations in South Kast Kootenay. The
people pay the taxes here and
should receive the benefits, politics or
no politics.
MARATHON RACE
HAYES. THK    IRISH-AMERICAN.
IS DECLARED THE
WINNER
.lohn P. Hayes, of tlie Irish-Arneri-
tan Athletic association, was dcclar-
d the winner of the Marathon race
■ii the afternoon of the 21th inst by
ilia indues,, who upheld tlw protest
against Dorando, of Italy, who crossed tbe line first. He-Heron, of South
Africa, was given second place, and
Porsbaw, of the Missouri Athletic
club, third- Hole, of England, was
fourth. Hayes was also pretested.
Weldon, ot YTnertca, came in fifth,
then three Canadians, Wood, Simpson
nn.l Laws..ii. were sixth, seventh and
eighth respectively.
Simpson finished running tt*e
strongest of any.
It was proved to tite satisfaction of
the Judges that Dorando was assisted
across the finish line.
he time of the winner was 2 hours,
51 minutes. Ik seconds. Thc Marathon race In Athens in 1008 was won
bv Shetrlng, of Canada, in 2 boms
51 minutes and 21 8-8 seconds.
On account of his legs Iwdng injured
in the recent accident. Longboat was
forced to retire in the 20th mile of
the race. The Indian had forced the
running too hard nt the start.
MARRIED
At Wlnnlnez, in the Broadway
Methodist church, Mondav, .lulv 20,
R. -I. Binning, of Cranbrnok, B. C,
to Miss Florence Phillipps, of Toronto Ont. Mr. Binning is the well
known photo;ra|>hic artist of this
city and since he has been here has
made a large number of friends who
will wish bim every happiness.
♦	
WAS INCENDIARY
At tbe fire inquest held before
Government Agent Armstrong, at the
government office yesterday, it was
proved that the fire at Wardner,
which destroyed two hotels and n
number of duellings, was of incendiary origin. No clue to tbe pcrpet--
rator ot the crime hts bw«i discovered so Ur.
NEW WESTMINSTER WINS     THE
CUP.
Montreal, July 28.—With a lead ol
one goal irom the former game, the
New Westminsters entered the game
with a viui, scoring three goals in
seven minutes, practically settling
iho fate ol the Minto cup, for although the Irishmen put up a tie*
mend...is flgirt and had actually a
little tlie he^t ot the last half,
lltej never bad a chance to catch up.
Speed was the strong point ot tie
v dtoih The Shamrocks' defence
was i |ii.ill\  strung and tin home    a
il i le si ronger if anything.
Alex. Turnbull, the old mainstay,
notch. I tlie first goal for the visitors
md Lynch bad to Iw changed Ior
speed} Mcllwaine belore Turnbull
..   ,q.■: down.     Brvson claimed
1 ■■ nrxt  two [or the vlsftow, Henne-
■  : oK lbe fi nth and Hienmtn   the
isili foi ; :.  Shamrocks, the hftb being -wored b)  Feeney, the seventh by
and    the eighth by Peeney,
; ii il,.- westerners.
Penalties were banded out ireely
and tin- handicapped tho Irishmen,
is ho Iteld down tbe fence for 61
minutes to 30 minutes tot the wes-
tenten Tlw feature ot the visitors'
speed; pla)  was the work   of       tbe
eld, who, besides doing their own
work, Invariirtrfj came to the assis*-
ance of the defence, throwing u pro-
1 derating weight Into the balance.
Tlie final wore:    New Westminster,
I'he cup is going west apparently
[oi a li ns sojourn. This is tlw third
effort of the New Westmimsters to
hit    tho cup   and bas tost the west-
t-rs some 56,000 or £7,000 in all.
»'li \TTERTON  TALKS OIL
.lohn M Chattvrion, and old time
Cranbruoklte, was In town at ti» beginning ot toe week, irom the Canadian Northwest ou company's oil
camp, forty miles ttom Vinchor
Creek. Mr. Chatterton has been at
the camp steadily for the last eight
months and has observed every move
made bv the drillers. The works,
Mr Chatterton says, are closed for a
week or two whilst some new machinery is being manufactured for the
company in Pittsburg; This was
rendered necessary by the fact tbat,
in addition tu oil, both gas and water were struck and it was imperative
to control these latter so as to be
able *.o handle the oil. By the aid
of the contrivances now being made
this will be rendered an easy matter
and Mr, Chatterton is confident tbat
the camp will be a producinc one in a
very short time. Mr. Chatterton
says tbat tbis company is one ot the
best managed companies in which he
has been interested. He is the holder of a iaru-e block of stock to which
he is adding from time to time. He
returned to the oil country on Tuesday  morning.
MARRIED
A*. Pembroke, Ontario, on July
1st, Frederick Kniert, of Cranbrook,
B.C.. to Miss Augusta Went. Mr.
Kniert was roadmasler here for some
time, but has now accepted a position with tbe C.P.R. at Fernie. His
manv friend--., in tht district will wish
him mucb happiness.
A-DPITIONAL     .LOCAL
Will the party who took a small
brown leather grip, containing addressed letters, hair brushes, etc.,
from thv basvball grounds on tbe
evening of Friday, the 17th, kindly return the same to the Herald office.
A reward will be paid. 18-2t
Iron bed, $4.00.—€. C. S.
T. It. Eabinobicb, representing "G.
U. D Pipes." and A. N. Bishop, re*
presenting -B.B.B. Pipes," were In
the city last week making a call
on S. J. Mighton, the well known
wholesale and retail tobacco dealer.
These ftentiemen have their bead-
quarters at London, England, and
never stop at towns the size ot
Cranbrook unless there is a man who
has such an extensive tobacco business as Mr. Mighton.
$3.25 bovs shoes, $1 00.—C. C, S.
■ lames Fleming, A. D Westby, E.
I> McDonald and G. (i. Eitel, all ot
Minneapolis stopped oft here last
Monday morning on their way to
Salmo where they have large mining
interests. They were much pleased
with Cranbrook and thc Mil rounding
country and gave evidence of much
interest in South East Kootenay. Be-
lure leaving town they made a call
in the Herald office and secured some
literature that would [rfve tiiem some
information in regatd to this district. These men are capitalist* living in tbe States, but greatly Interested in the possibilities of Soutb
East Kootenay and are mer. who ars
willing to spend their money in any-
tiring thai looki good to ma in this
country.
Will am Vallat.ce, ol the obi firm ot
Vallance £ Co , ot Hamilton, Ont., was In town last
Tuesday to make a brief vis-it with
i li McBride. Mr. Vallsnce is the
pioneer hardware man of ('anada and
has branches in Winnipeg. Nelson and
Vancouver. The company in which
Mr. Vai lance is interested is the pioneer hardware company of thii
country. As early as 1870 Mr. Val-
laneo had a traveline man as tat
west as what is now Winnipeg, but
then Known as Fort Garry. But ow-
'ng to the disturbances of tbat time
the traveller was driven out of the
oun.ry, notwithstanding the tact
hat he hat) secured many valuable
orders. This was due to the l*rit
i Rlei Insurrection. Mr. Valtance end
those associated with him realize tbe
possibilities of the west and tor this
In-ason have established branches in
j this part of the country. Mr. Vai-
! lance Isjl man who thoroughly appreciates the conditions in the* wert
iind having kept in close touch with
them for nearly forty years. Is one
who thoroughly understands tlie needs
of tbis country. Speaking of British
Columbia, Mr. Vallance said that the
province had hardly lieen scratched
and that its future was of such a na-
tnro that anv man who lived here
and had Interests here might weU
consider himself fortunate.
i THE  CRAiN BROOK   HERALD
#2.00 A  VIC A I!
THE   PAPEB   THAT
CRANBROOK  HERALD
Ity tha Herald   Publishing Companv,
Limited.
creased to an extent far beyond the
expectations of the most sanguine individual who resides in this part- of
the country.
The Herald is still increasing in
business, and yet, at the same
time, if you owe it a dollar U can
ust- the money.
about a   fall celebration-.' If
going to do do anything get
v**n
Editor and  Manager.
OBSERVATIONS  1
HV THE OLD MAN. \
#W»!W»*ftfS«e96ftOf6-Si«^
W. Al,' Bracts, once secretary oi
war in the Lui ted States government
and for a lung time senator, enjoyed
the reputation of coining Uw longest
sentences of any man speaking in the
congress of tbo t. S, The writer
on the Nelson News who bad charge
ot thc Conservative convention puts
Air. Bvarts in tho .shade by producing
thc following paragraph in introducing the report ot the convention,
which contains 332 words:
If the choice oi one who is freely characterized as thu most
brilliant speaker in a province
full ut orators, a man whose devotion to nnd belief in the principles ot conservatism is almost, a
by-word, together wiib the drawing up of a sOt uf resolutions cm-
bdtying a platform of sterling
merit, whose endorsations, whose
criticisms, whose principles cannot
tto gainsaid nnd whose truths are.
axiomatic In tho hearts ot Mie
newer Canada of a springing generation, backed by tbe absolute
loyalty and faith of a convention,
which for thorough representativeness of all classes and all districts baa never before been
equalled, let ahme excelled in the
Kootenay, can lead tho Conservative party to victory in this federal riding then, assuredly whensoever the Dominion election is
called, be it in the fall of this
year or in the spring lime of nexl
year, A. S. Goodeve, of Rossland,
formerly the choice of Premier
j^cBride" as u cabinet inlulistur,
will be the choice of the people of
Kootenay as their spokesman in
tbe next house of commons.
Some months ago a game protective
association was formed in Cranbrook.
ls it dead or only sleeping*'
It is a pity tivat Lord Roberts did
not go to Hantf by way of the
Crows N est.      Thoro arc  people in
Cranbrook and all Wio towns along
tlw Crow who would delight in doing
that distinguished Briton honor.
Tbe Calgary Herald has a new
he^d.    It newlcd it.
There is talk about Clifford sifton
entering the Laurier cabinet. Mr.
Sifton has done inure for the advancement of Canada than auy man
in the west, and if he is given a
cabinet position it will mean much
ior Canada. Sifton has braius and
tbat is what progressivo Canada
needs these davs.
What
you an
busy.
There are a number of streets in
the resident uii portion of the city
that look badly nn account of weeds.
The city council could not make n
bitter expenditure than to invest, a
f. w dollars in cleanim- np these
streets.
Prom 'hi Canadian pavilion of the
Franco-British exhibition at Ixmdon,
England, comes a pamphlet called
"Canada lu ihe SOtti Century." This
pamphlet is issued bv the direction
of the Hon. Sydney Fisher, minister
ol agriculture, and is a credit to the
honorable irentleman and to the Dom-
Ycstcrday was lhc 2Mih anniversary ol tire establishment of the
Rank ot England and the 1600 employes of that institution had * holiday'. 'The old lady of Threadneedli.
street" may he old in years but she
looks good to most people yet.
The Hon. Richard Meliride played
In great luck by not going to Quebec.
Had he gone he might have been
made a knight. As the Herald said
once before, there is a warm place in
the hearts of Hritish Columbians Ior
''Dick" wliich might cool off for
•Sir Richard."
Mr. Taft has joined the International Society of Steam Shovelmen.
How useful this will he in ease n[ a
snow under,
Eugene W. Cbaflin, the prohibitionist nominee for president, says he
will enforce prohibition with shot and
shell,     lie must be cbaflin.
Editor .Morris, of the Revelstoke
Mail-Herald, has an automobile. It's
dollars io doughnuts that he i.s the
only odflor in tho province that. has.
Ensign Pickle and Captain Cook,
of Mie Salvation Army at Fernie
have been transferred to Rossland.
Those names sound very much like a
•ommissary department.
Quebec certainly got into "the
vortex "f militarism" last week.
Nexl weok lhe self-binders will bo
working on ttie 120,000,IHH1 bushel
crop.
Oieal  Britain i.s not  playing      so
much in Japan's yard as she did    a
r or two ago.
Longboal  was a sho
Marathon race.
tboat in    the
Goodeve!  We
we Kiiess not..
Divorces in Hritish Columbia aro
declared all right in thu future. That
makes a lot of people in this province
feel easier.
The (Lou. Richard McBride was
overlooked iu the honors conferred
by the visitation of the prince. Lucky
"Dick."
Premier McBride says that tho report that ho is to be a candidate
against, the Him. Mr. Templeman iu
Victoria is false. "Dick" knows
good thing when be sees it and lie
will not. let go.
Thero is ton much politics in Canada for the good of the country.
What we want is more business and
less polities, more wheat and less
political talk, more attention to the
•n«jds of the country and less to
providing places for political grafters.
Keep on lino
The Herald
Cranbrook.
ting Cranbrook.
keeps on working for
Dcfl'l worry about the banana
It's all right.
If yon want to bot $100 that Oood-
eve will be elected call nn the Herald
Smith Curtis will be the nexl
presentafive from Mie Kootenays,
if will he a good one.
ml
Kilipti A. Lyon, of Baltimore, has
just compiled "A Pocketful of Limericks." One of the best is as follows:
The pooi benighted Hindoo,
He docs the best he kindoo;
1 Ie sticks to caste
From first, to last;
Fot pants be ma<kes his skindoo.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has been premier of Canada for twelve years and it
looks a.s if he would hold his job fcr
twelve years more.
The merry merry sunshine is gilding
(lie wheat ears in t-he Northwest.
Although Bryan and Hearst were
both at the Auditorium hotel at
Chica^t the other day neither one
met the otlier. This is rather
strange considering what fast friends
they were four years ago.
With as many gocU men as tiie Conservative party bad for the Nelson
nomination, it seems si range indeed
that that convention should place in
nomination one who is alleged to
enjoy Mie distinction of doing all iu
his power against, the eight hour
movement in this province. Here in
the Kootenay1-, where this ipmstion is
of such importance, the man who
would oppose such a movement as
that will stand a poor chance for
reoeivin__ any of the, labor vote regardless of their individual party affiliation. This is said to be Mr.
Ooodeve's record, and if such is thc
ease. Mr, Goodeve's chances for election are absolutelv nil againRf a man
like Smith Curtis.
ether that floats high above the puddles and muddles of this fair-crazed
nnd dollar-chasing universe. Verily,
brethren, nine-tenths of the so-called
ministers of tbe gospel will have to
be born again several times hefore
thev will iH
that kills a
race wilh n bliss that never pinches
ut,
'.ner the spiritual serum |
sin and tills the human
WOCLH  MAKE  A   BRONCHO
LAUGH
(Kaslo Kootenalan.)
The threat bh.it a Cranbrook
preacher makes, when he says that!
he will get after Hi Vr Simpson, of tbe Herald, foi libel, is ridiculous. I ts very absurdity is
enough to make a horse smile quite
audibly
LESS    IHSSENT1UN     AND MORE
PROGRESS
(Boundary Creek Times.)
Iu Crnnbroo-k the preachers have
come up against "Old Man" Simp-
sou. The old man does not like
anyone who gives Cranhrook a bail
name, and to the preachers request
for an apology, "The Old Alan"
makes several observations. II
preachers, as well as people, would
only try to make their remarks serve
some useful purpose, there would he
less dissension and more progress in
Improving the world.
WILL  HE RUSH  FOR CARS
Tho Winnipeg Free Press says that
lumber dealers in Western Canada
who have delayed their orders this
summer an; lowly to be put to serious inconvenience for transportation
facilities, owing to the outlook tor
an enormous crop which is now es-
limaled at about 126,000,000 bushels, a combination of circumstances is
arising that bus rarely ocourred belore. Tbe number of ears uud
amount of power that will be required to move bhc vast grain crop to
the seaboard, taken in conjunction
with tne demand lor cars for moving
the winter's wood and coal, is likely
to cause a ticup, Lumlier is said tu
tm perhaps the scarcest staple commodity in ihe territories at presenl
and is being ordered in considerable
quantities, while the manu-
from whom it is being ordered lu considerable quantities, while the manufacture! s irom whom it- is being
ordered are being advised that thej
must be contented with a limited
number of cars, as thu cars are being
hoarded tu move the enormous grain
crop. With such conditions prevailing belore the actual commencement
ol the grain movement, it is likely
that tbey will appear in an aggravated form when the actual rush begins
and will bu a decided hardship on tho
lumber dealer who has been dilatory
in ordering his fall supplies.
TOOK  HIM  FOR A   BLACK HAND
While Mie printer-philosopher, J.
Reck VtacSwaio, was travelling
the Crow Mie other day in his nrivate
cur 'Typography," be was held up
by two special cunstables who, for
the moment, thought ht* was a member of the Black Hand society, but
when the dulcet tones of Peck's voice
struck their ears they saw their mistake and allowed him to proceed or
his journey.
MATERIAL PARSONS
((ireenwoold Lodge.)
The Cranbrook Herald is threatened
hy a parson with a libel suit. This
would be wrong upon tbe part, ol the
parson, as Christ, did nol tench any
of His followers to sue newspapers.
Rut the church being largely commercial these days, it is not surprising to see a pulpit-pounder forget- his
prayers, buckle on his tomahawk and
after thc scalp of some poor
human individual who has chanced to
slight bis dignity or egotism. Ministers are much like other men, A
few good, and tbe majority from
worse to middling. Some sky-pilots
are noble sou!1?, while others are
mere theological parrots, chattering a
lot of boiler-plate matter about a
dead past, and n misty future, merely
for the bread and butter, coupled
with the social standing that goes
with a clerical suit of clothes and a
white ncc-ktle. The majority of parsons do not believe what they preach.
If thev do, tbey become insane and
annoy the public with their irrational
views upon the way we should live.
We admire a preacher who docs not
get drunk upon theological dope until
he becomes n nuisance in the community, hut who in a manlv wny
stands up and fights the enemy' without becoming a bore, a gossip or a
lonockcr. All evil Is but undeveloped
good but it requires an expert to
make the transformation, and wo
regret- to say that few men in the
I clerical profession have ns vet dis-
H the crops on the prairie prove to coveted the combination. Thev live
be what we havo wrry reason to an-; in mud. preach mud, and will return
ticipate tbe lumber business In this;to mud without being able to get
section ot the   country    will b«   in- telephone connection with the divine
Tho people of tbe Kootenays will
not stand for a man who .is said to
have gone on record against the 8
hour law That Is what will kill
fioodeve
It is to be hoped that the city
authorities will be able to citeel- an
agreement with thc province for the
sale of their interests in thc city
building. The amount that has been
paid by the city for what they hold
in tiie provincial building will be
enough to provide the city with n
building that will be a credit to the
town.
It is stated hv everybody who has
visited the prairie during the past
week that the crops an' O. K. This
means increased prosperity for this
section of tbe country.
TO HE BtTLT ON STILTS
Owing to the fact that the town-
site of Prince Rupert is nothing but
a shelving rock and that if the
streets were graded every foot would
hnve to be blasted and the trenches
for water pipes, sewers, etc., would
have to be cut out ol tiie solid rock,
it has been decided to build the
streets on trestles which will ho
gradually filled In.
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STOCK   QUOTATIONS
Furnished by Beale &  Elwcll, Brokers, Cranbrook, B.C.
li. i'. Coppor 	
 * -1.75
Canadian Northwest Oil .
 85
Diamond Coal 	
 50
Dominion Copper 	
     I.M
International Coal	
 56
North Star 	
 07
Panhandle Smelter 	
 "1
Consolidated Smelters   ...
  73.00
Diamond Vale Coal 	
    HI
 101.00
Itoval Collieries 	
 25
Sullivan 	
 .11
Society Girl Uroup 	
 25
\utiiia Oroup	
 25
'i.-inlirooli Fire Brick ...
..  .  .    1.01.
S'icnla Coal   Mines,   Ltd.
 0.
Sales:—'.(iiiii Rnval Coal
50(1 Cnna-
lian  Northwest Oil
HILL & COMPANY
HENRY WARD BEEGHER
One of the greatest pulpit orators the world has
known, once arose in his pulpit and said:—
"IT IS  HOT AS
HELL"
Mr. Beecher may have been right, or he may
have been wrong, in his statement, bul the
truth remains that when the warm season comes
humanity naturally seeks comfort by changing
heavy clothing for lighter. That is our business, to give this comfort to the people of this
disttict. In the line of Clothing ve can give you
just what you want in the way of TWO-PIECE
SUITS of the
"20th CENTURY"
BRAND
and there are none  better, FLANNEL   SUITS,
WHITE DUCK TROUSERS, the latest in WAIST-
GOATS, WASHABLE TIES, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
TAN, LOW CUT and CANVAS SHOES, HATS
that look right and keep the head cool; in tact, if
you want to be comfortable, come to our store
and investigate. We can prescribe for you,
and our prices are so low at this season that
people delight in taking our medicine. We can
guarantee summer comfort.
HILL & COMPANY JBTS
Avoid Anxiety
Anil  hot   iliiy dinners liy using   reliable
cooled moms.
LEARD'S CANNED CHICKEN (___
wi. recommend,   It makes utiisty .lisli hot
or cold*.
Price [ior tin      45-,,
OURK'8   COOKED  POTTED .MEATS,
per tin     loe
CROSSE AND BLAOKWELL'S POTTED
MEATS, pei jar     -_--,R
OBOSSE AND BLAOKWELL'S POTTED
GAME, pur jar     y5„
AYI.MI'.lt     CHICKEN,      DUCK,   OII
TURKEY, per tin     85il
MolVKR'8  COOKED   HAM, procurable
only lit.his .-tore, per Ih     45^
G.   T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
Child's White Cotton Sox • ■ ISc.
Child's Cpshmere Sox, Tun, Black, per pair,    20c.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Baby Boots
Should lin " ramify " nnd in no wny interfere with tin. development of the foot.
We lmve luiliy lioote thnt yon can depend on
fitting just right.
BABY BOUTS, Soil Sole, llllie, Chocolate,
U«.il, Black, ami White, prion       75c
BABY BOOTS, Soil Sole, Patent    |l 00
BABY BOOTS, Sod, Hole, He.!, Tan, nnil
Black      -tOe
BABY SLIPPERS, In While, Black,
Chocolate        110c
CHILD'S "KANT SLIP" SLIPPERS,
sizes 5 to 7, in Dongola Patent or
Chocolate    11,00
CHILD'S" KANT SLIP" BOOTS,90c, 11.00, »1.S6
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HONEST
PAINT
iiiiuli' of pun- mnteriuls. mixed
with skill governed hy experience, applied liy thoroughly
competent mechanics, STAYS
PAINTED,
B. H. SHORT
Tin- Pnii*tii**il Painter antl Decorator
ARMSTRONG AVE.
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QUEENS HOTEL
CAI.dARY, ALBERTA
II you slop here once
you will look ior
the 'bus when you
visit Calgary again.
H. L. STEPHENS,
Proprietor
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KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Dozen  Pints   $a.so
Eip.nl to (luiiiiifas'.   Tlm fiiieat, bevornge on tho market
fur family nn.l table ..so,   Imparts vigor nnd
li.-alt.il. nnil tones up tlie Imdy gr-neruily
JAMES   KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook, B. 0
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT A CO.. Proprietors
CRANHROOK
11. C.
IV
Thin in the hnlel thai limy talk about.
Who are " they " ?
The people.
Why do "they" talk ?
On account of the iroo.1 meals, the comtortulile room'1, the excellent service, and the conl tul, courteous treatment nceonledio it II. Eat a
meal at the Wentworth and you become a Wentworth booster.   Try it.
Canadian Hotel |
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One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
|Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
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CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
Bag lo illinium.*!- thnl tlioy nre now open to give estimates
for I'lintrm-iK. large .»i- stnull.   All our quotations nre rensott-
nble, nn.l nothing  but  lirst-i-lnsi work,     l.i-l un quote yon
for your building, nnil compare our prices with nil others In
.own.
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New nnd Strictly l-'i rut films
American i'l.iii. t'i.M per (lay up
Telephone .on;
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS i
('has. EIartkuv, Proprietor.
Cor. St'yniniir and Cordova Sts.
Op|h)Hte 0. I1. It. Station
Vancouver, B. C. :
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Dezall's Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable
J. DEZALL, PROPRIETOR
Pine Drivers, Handsome Rigs and Comfortable Stables
Automobile for Picnics, Rides and Trips to
surrounding towns
Presbyterian Church:
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11 .
o'clock
Sunday   evening
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   and
Class at a o'olock
Presbyterian   Guild, Tuesday, -
at 8 o'clock
service   at \
Hihlc
I SOCIETY AM)
SOCIETY AM)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
!       PROPBSSIO
OTTAWA.
Murphy A Kisher,
Par! (amen tai v,    Depai tmontal    atid
Pateni OOoa Aleuts.
raotice Hel.uu it.uiway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Kisher
Orusobnt Lodge No. 8H
KNIQHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, IS. C.
Meets everv 2nd and 4th Tuosday at
■s p.m. at Fraternity Hall,
W. A. Kollins/C. C.
.1. It. Henderson, K. ol It. & S
Visiting   brethren   cordially invite*
bo attend.
I.O.O.IJ. Key City Ladtf
No. 42. Meets every
Monday night al
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
K. 13. Haines, Win. Harris,
N. 0. Sec'y.
luntinitik Lodge, No. i*
Mm       a. p. *«.*■».
It'-e'it.i uifi'tinn. ..i
'j\' tb. iniii. Tk.ii.-l>,
■s;       uf rvciy month.
Visiting bretten welcomed.
S. II. IIosUiis. W. M.
I-I. \V. Connolly, secretary,
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Kriday     evening at I
p.m., in Kdison Theatre.
Tims. Cole, W. P.
Chas. Smith,  Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. Ih7)
CHANDHOOK
Meet at It. of L. K. Hall 2nd   ami
4th Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
J. E. Larrigan', W. St.
.lohn McLaughlan, Hec, Sec.
\v. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor. Etc.
ORANBROOK,BRITISH COLl'MBI.
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Physicians and Surgeons.
lll.ii*. al  KrN.il.-n.-c,  Arnmtrong Av.
OmCU HOURS :
Forenoons - - - - 9.00 to 10.00
Alterations - - - 2.110 to 1.00
Evening, - - - . 7.30 to  8.90
.Nunil.iys - - - - 2.30 to   4.311
ORANBROOK I.     :: I.     B. C
DR. P. B. MILES
ORNTIST
OFFICE   HOURS!
0 to 12 a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 to   8 pin.
Oltluc In new ..fill Him k
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AND B. C. LAND Sl'KVIiVI.RS
iWJ'm   Cranbrook, B.C.
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W. R. Ri>>tty, Funernl Director
Crunb-mik II. C. Plum. No. Iff.
GEORGE C. EGG
M.CH.TE0T, BJItDINC SUPERINTENDENT
AW MUMTM
Miintroiil, MoKlnn nml Toronto
B-IJll'I'll'lll*!.
I't.AN., KSUMATKS  AND 8|>KOI
PltiAT.oya o» s.ioi.T notick:
P.O. Dm llll NELSON, II.O.
Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER
Where is my boy tonight.! Vou arc
his father or mother, and if you .!..-
sire to lay your hands on your boy
within five minutes any night, you
w.itiMii't know where to find him. litis ou the street somewhere, or at the
railroad depot jumping on freight
trains, Imt just where, witb whom,
in what engaged, what plotting or
executing for the shrewder ones who
plot for him, you could not tell for
tlm life of you. Ik* baa a good home
and he outrlit to lie there at night
ilo desires to he somewhere else with
tho boys, and you lack the moral
courage i<> insist that he shall be
when- lie should be. ton hope that
he will escape the pitfall, but yuu
know tin- eliuiKts are against him.
Why don't you do the boj the kliitl*
ness to keep lum at home nights? The
t-iiiie will come when he will thank
you fot it oi reproach you loi not
doing it.
in iiiin- cases oul ol ten, man's life
will not in- <t success it ho docs not
bear burdens fu his childhood, if the
fondness or vanity of rather or moi liei has kept him from hard wont;
it another always helped him om at
tlie end of his row, ii instead ol taking his turn at pitching nil In- stowed
way all the. lime—in short, 11 what
was light always fell to him, an.l
what wus heavy about the saint; work
to some one else, if he has been permitted tu shirk, until shirking has
become a habit, unless a miracle has
been wrought his life will he a fa.il-
, ami the blame will not he half
much his as that of his weak and
foolish parents. On (lie other band,
if a boy has been brought up to do
his part, never to shirk liis responsibility, or to dodge his wnrk whelh-
r or not it made his head ache, or
soiled his bauds until bearing burdens
Ims become a matter of pride, the
heavy end of the log his choice, [ia.
tints a.s they hid hiui goodbye may
dismiss their fear. The elements ol
success aro liis, and some time ami in
some way the world will recognixo liis
capacity.'
GOODBYE MOTHER
It is recorded that when the plague
broke out in a little village of Italy,
the children of one house was taken
first. The parents watched over
them bul nnly caught the disease ihey
could not cure. Tho whole family
died. Then across the street, in the
home of a poof laborer, who was absent all the week, returning only on
Saturday to luing I.is scanty earnings, the disease next began. Thc
wife fell herself attacked in the night
by the fever. When morning dawned
she was worse, and before night lhe
jfTagued spot showed itself. She remembered the terrible fate of her
neighbors. She knew she must die,
but, as she looked al her dear boys,
she resolved not to communicate
death to them.     Sin- therefore lock-
d the children in the room, and
snatched the bedclothes, fehring they
were already Impregnated with tbe
dreadful germs, mid with them left
thc house. Sin- even denied herself
the pleasure of a last embrace. Oh!
think of the heroism which enabled
her to conquer bet feelings and leave
home with all she loved—to die! Her
•litest child saw her from thc
window. "Goodbye, mother," said
he, with a tender voice, wondering
why she left so strangely. "Goodbye, mother,"   repeated the youngest
hild, stretching his little hands out
it the window. The mother paused..
Her heart was drawn towards those
little ones, and she was on the point
f rushing back. Sbe struggled bard,
while the teais rolled down her
cheeks, at the sight of her helpless
babes. At length she turned from
them.    The children continued to cry
Goodbye, mother," until their voices
ilieil away, and the mother with an
uniiiiishcd heart, entered the house ol
lhose who were to bury her. In a
short time she died, nnd with her
[lying breath commended her husband
and children to the care of heaven.
Was ever other love like that? Only
once, when Ior the plague smitten
race it hung in bleeding mercy on the
ross. Exhibitions of a mother's
love, though not so striking as
are by no means rare. Live where
she may, and how she will, "a mother is a mother still, the holiest thing
live."
INTEGRITY OF WOMAN
Of all the evils prevailing among
young men we know of none more
blighting in its moral effects than the
tendency to speak slightingly of the
virtue ot women. Nor is there anything in which young men are so
thoroughly mistaken as the low estimate they form ol the integrity ol
women—hot of their own mothers and
sisters, thank God, but of others,
who they forget, are somebody else's
mother's and sisters.
As a rule no person who surrenders
to this debasing habit is safe to he
trusted with any enterprise requiring
integrity of character. I'lain words
should he spoken on this point, for
the evil Is a general one and deep
rooted. If young men are sometimes
thrown into the society ol the
thoughtless, tiny have no more right
to measure other women by what
they see of these than they
would have to estimate the character
of honest and respectable citizens hy
the developments of rrlme In our police courts.
Let voting men remember that their
chief happiness in lite depends upou
their utter faith in women. No
worldly wisdom, no misanthropic
phtlosdpliv, no generalization, can
cover or weaken this fundamental
truth. It stands like the record of
God himsclf-f'T It is nothing less
than this—and should put a seal upon
lips that arc wont to speak slightingly of women.
WHAT MONEY WON'T DO
Money is a powerful factor nowadays—
tt will huv a position in the world
—hut it can't buy the breeding necessary to the upholding of that position.
It wilt huv the good things of life
—but it can't buy tho appetite to enjoy them.
It will buy superb clothes-hut It
can't negotiate for the proper knack
in wearing them.
It will buy n wife-hut it ean y buy
a woman's love.
LUCKY DO(1
Wife—I've invited
beaux to ilinuei
j    HiinImii.1-.Wiii
I ivnys love to
pi-o.ile.-Ex,
lOc.
success
*&£
black plug
chev/ing tobacco.
HENRY'S NURSERIES
.,i nu-
,i|.|il.'.
Strictly li
•ration .n"l
from fuiniga
tlie   dalo   oi tin- first     publication
heieol   Richard   ...    Uarnwell,      ol
I my     ..1.1 Winnlpog,   In tlio   Province o! Mani-
ypu mind?          l.'li.i, iulfiiils to submit      to       the
Heavens no!   I  ul-  lloiioiirutilr   llie   Chiel Commissions!
uri.iti* wilh   lucky ol   Lands      and    Works a proposal
.under    tho provision*   ot the Rivers
-- mnl Streams Act and Amending Act.-;
for tin- right to improve the Skook-
umchtick    Creek, iu Kast Kootenay,
for a ilistance up    stream ot   about
II (liim*)   miles       trom    its junction
|.vith the Koutenay Itiver, anil to im-
,prove    the    tributaries     of llie s,iitl
creek,   ninl    to remove   obstruction
jfioin ihe same anil tributaries thereof,  aud ii ike same lit lui*        the
driving, sorting, storing, booming
and rafting of logs, timher, lumber,
rafts anil emits, and also for lhe
right lo collect tolls Ihcrcon.
| Tlif lamls and waters to he affected
are the said Skookumebuck Creek and
its tributaries, the lands included In
special tiuilirr licenses Xos. 1(163(1.
15173, 15171, 15171, 1517a, 15168,
I'.i.ll, 18563, 18373, 15175, 15170
I51U.I, 18501, IM7I and Lots 6033,
6018, 61115, 0021, 6022, 7283, 8155,
Group I, Kuotenay District, and vacant Crown Lands.
Dated al (.'ranbrook, B.C.,       this
Mh il.iv ill Mav, A.D. 1908.
W. F. Ourd,
Solicitor lor Richard O. Barnwell.
8-9t
etc.,
I In page catalogue tree.
OFFICE, OREEHERIES fi SEEDHOUSE
3010 WESTMINSTER III1AD
VANCOUVER.      -       -       B. C
THP
1 11 Li
Nelson's
n u /1 i L,
Leading liolel
; .ivlili
llutlis.   Tlinue li
Hurl or Hln
Tlioroii*.
hlv op 1"'late.
Rales $2 00 a day and up.
(IHII. I'.  WELLS, |-i,i|„i,*l„i
11. TONKIN, Manager
-f*.-ao*--;:-- inurs--*.,
Perry Creek
Hotel
onlv 15 mil"-- from Cm nbi k
The Uncut Diive in the Koolcnuys
ee tli   jiveiiltst   I'liici-i  Mines
in ilu> intetloi of I'.iiii-1.
Columbia, within 'JO
minutes' witlk ui
the Motel
Excellent neeom modal ion
T. M. BRYDGN, Proprietor
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo, B C.
l'AUL i-T.  .iiUIN. I'i* iflor
Smull ensl Koolnnni's Great
Siiniiiiui Hesort
HUNTING ..NU l-'ISHING
Just lhe place to spend a few
Bar stocked with tint lies.
Ilillil;*.' K-lviielirM-'l. i-
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The Dnjirain who respond. Z
prmtiii,l. 1.1 orileis *
THAT IS  WORDEN     ♦
ll.* rait - ., »p   Inl .' .1 .11 kind.    *
TRANSFER BUSINESS     J
AM'  .M'.VIX'l   1*1-.Nils
II >*
*        mi.-Iv. ..** n In.* reallup
WlMDHN
ll Mil.i.*. Tin: nlHT ni' "hi.
Al»„ deliver. BUUAH dlr i-t li i
TUI.m-.IO.NK 6.1 *
Oil  ii i'ii   Ili.lel III -l
W. li. WOkDIiN I
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CRANBROOK   LANU DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP     SOUTHERN DIVISION  BAST KOOTENAY
Take notico that Cat-herino Mclnnis, ol Klkmouth, If. 0., wife ol
Malcolm Mclnnis, ul the same place,
Intends to applv lor permission      to
fiurchase the following described
and:
Commencing at a post planteil    a.
thc   northwest   coiner    ui Lot 123.
East Kootenav    District, thence east
eighty chains, tlience ninth 811 chains,
thence    west to Lot 6261, Hun   lollowing   the    boundary   line of Lots
8261 and 41-1-3 and the rinht ot way
ol the Crows Nest Southern railway
to the point ot commencement,   and
containing -100 acres, more or less,
Catherine Mclnnis, Locator,
Malcolm Mclnnis.  Agent.
Daled .lune 11.  1008. 13-Ot
MINERAL ACT
(Form P.)
CERTIFICATE      OF     IMPito.
MENTS
NOTICE
BLUE BULL FRACTION MINERAL
CLAIM, SITUATE IN THK
FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY
DISTRICT.
WHERE   LOCATEDi-NEAR BULL
RIVER ON FENWICK
MOUNTAIN
Take notice that I, -lames A. Harvey, P.M.C. No. 1380, acting as
agent lor .lames T. Laidlaw. Free
Miner's Certificate No. 6353, intend,
sixty days Irom dale liercol, to apply to tlu. Mining Recorder lor a
Certificate of Improvements, tot the
ptiipusis uf obtaining a Crown Grant
of lhe above claim.
And further take notice that action, uinler section 37. must be commenced before the issuance oi such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated tins fifth day of June, A.D
1008.
10-101 James A. Harvey.
MINERAL ACT
1MPROVE-
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE      OF
MENTS
NOTICE
SILVER DELL, BLACK HILL,
YANKEE GIRL, FRACTION,
TARRANT, B. I'., WASP,
FRACTIONAL, MINERAL
CLAIMS SITUATE IN THE
FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OK EAST KOOTENAY.
WHERE LOCATED: LUKE CREEK
Take notice tbat James Angus,
Free Miners Certificate No. B.bu&y,
and William Tarrant, Free Miners
Certificate No. B.6U0O, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof to apply
lo the Mining Recorder for Cemn-
cates of improvements for tbe purpose ol obtaining Crown Grants ol
the above claims.
And further take notice t-hat action
under Section 3. must be commenced
belore the issuance of such Certificate
of improvements.
Dated this uth day ot June, A. D.
1908.
James Angus,
William Tarrant. 12-9t
MINERAL ACT
(Form P.)
CERTIFICATE      OF      IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
BLUE DRAGON" MINERAL
CLAIM, SITUATE IN THE
FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY
DISTRICT.
WHERE LOCATED: LUKE CREEK
Take notice tbat James H. King,
Free Miners Certificate, No. 11.6312,
intend, sixty days Irom tbe date
hereof, to apply to the Mining ite-
cuniei lur a Certificate ot Improvements, fur tlie purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the shove claim.
And further take notice, that action, under Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ol such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 9tb day ol June, A. D.
.008.
James II. King,
per William Tarrant
(P. M. C, B.6090)
13-91 bis Agent.
NOTICE
Notice   is hereby given that   alter
the expiration ol sinty days      Irom
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat an sp
plication uili be made to lhc LegU
l.tlive Assembly oi the Province u
British Columbia al its nexl session, let an Acl tu Incorporate the
.Meadow    Creel*      Logging     Railway
eompany, .uth   powei tu conttrtiot,
fi|iuli, maintain and ujicratc a line ur
lines ui railway ut standard or other
gauge in East Koutenay District, to
ne operated by steam, electricity, ut
any uther puwer, lor the carrying ul
freight, passengers and express over
the following routes:
1. Culiiineucing at a puint between
mi.L* posts Forty ami Forty-One on
.ho Britisli Columbia Suuthern Rail
way near Yaliit thence running southeasterly to Meadow Creek, thence
lulluwing Meadow Creek iu an easterly and southeily direction to the
Jrit.-iiiutii.iiul Boundary line, a instance ul ten miles, more ur less.
2. From a point on lhe British
Columbia Southern Railway about
two and one-halt miles west oi
Ctanbrook, thence runuing in a southwesterly direction through Lots
52*19. 2310, 5801, 2311 and 6313 to
lhc south-westerly end oi Smith's
Lake, tlience in a north-westerly di
rection to Perry Creek, a distance oi
eight mili-s, mule or less.
3. Branch lines Irom either ot the
above, not exceeding in any one case
nve miles In length; with power to
connect with ami enter Into tunning
arrangements with tht Canadian Pa
cilic Railway Company, or nny other
lailway situate near Hie pioposi^i
lailway ur any pint thenof. and to
cunslruii sidings al any such con-
nectioiut lu receive from any person,
vu'icniuielit ur body curpuiate giants
-it land, money ui othor assets in aid
of construction of said undertaKiug,
with power tu construct and operate
telegraph and telephone lines lor thc
purpose ol its business and i,_i i|le
piih.ic, with such other powers .,,.„
pi i*. ilegi s as are usually given to
Kailway Companies,
Dated at Cranbrook this 12ih ilay
"f Juno, A.D. 1903.
Harvey, McCarter <v Macdonald,
13-ot Solicitors fur Applicants.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP    EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice thai Catherine Mo-
limes, *.* blkmouth, wile ,.( M. Mc-
liines, intends lu apply ior permission tu puichase the lollowing    des-
■   d   aud
Commencing at a post planted at
lhe intersection ol the eastern buund-
■ i) * i lhe ncnt-oi-way ul Tlw Crows
.\esi Southern Railway, with tbe
northern i-uundary of Lot Uj, Group
Olio,  iv   'i,i,a\   District, thence   ran
 ■'■- said boundary su eh-ains. ihc-ncs
north •" chains, thence west to the
eastern boundary ol Lot -1142, Group
■ -'fill to the south-east
cornei ... i.„i nu, theme west along
tile southern boundary of said
Block *iu io the eastern
boundary ,i the iigbt-ul-way of tbs
cious N,*-\ .-f.vulicm Railway, thenco
.:. along tbe said eastern bound-
ary ol said rigbtat-wa) to the point
,-i commencement and containing 18U
acres, more ur less.
Catherine Mclnnes.
Dated June 2 inl, 190S. n-9t
MINERAL TlT
t Form F.)
CERTIFICATE      OP     IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
HIUI.IN TREASURE, COLUMBIA,
MATTERHORN AND MINNIE
HA HA MINERAL CLAIMS,
SITUATE IN THE FORT
STEELE MINING DIVISION
UP EAST KOOTKNAI IUS-
IKICI-.
WHERE    LOCATED:—ST.   MARY'S
LAKE
Take u-juce that William Tarrant,
Frue Miners certiucalc No. iit.u-.io,
..s a_,fiii lor J. .1. King, nee Miner a ceiliucaic Nu. tlti.1.., auu James
.m^us, Free Aimer's Certificate No.
uouoii, and lui ;,iu.se.;, as owners o.
[Ue auu-c uieoiioueu ..tmeral
claims, intend to  '      ap-
). s.aty days Hum lhe date hereol,
lhe ..lining l.ecorder tur a t erwb-
,le ui iu.piu.eu-1-ui-s, lor tne purpose
obtaining a   ciowu Giant oi tlw
iu,e Vialu.*..
....    i-i.Lc: lake   notice that ao-
on, under ist-cnun di, must be com*
encea nelore tbe is.uance **:    sucb
-rtiucirte ul luipiuveiueats.
UatvU Lai. 2iUi   day ol June, A.D,
1904.
16-st William Tairant.
SMALL DEBTS UK Ki
KLECIOHAL        DISTRICT
CliANc.„...,**,
Nul
OF
ce is hereby given tba; sittings
aeove Coort win be beid    M
mc     Ou.ernnieni     liunuiug,    Cratt-
uio-.s, lol lue uispusal ut cases -every
lesday, at twu uc.oca p.u..;    a*
aiu*. ie ceij     Saturday al ine same
lourj anu at Marysville, run Stasis
iuu IVaronei uu sucn days anu dates
m may  ne appointed in the pi osatt
ngs.
All debts and   demands nut execsd-
iug tne sum ui i.mu can be sued   lor
ua recovered in lue _,_o-e iuculumA
-ourt    uu   ______,.__   anu juu^Luent,
-arnisnee (eituer ueiure ui anei j«u--*-
mci.1. ur uu msiaiiueni oruer, wiuoa
can ue enluict-u by coniuntment ll
uecessar).
sanctions fur piuceeuings can bs
!,a->_cu   tu lu     ine   uuuciuieuiiones
:.-. ul lue cuuil, viz.:
l'..      Alums,    Deputy   .-uuriil,
Cranbrook.
'. V*, Kouth, Provincial Constable.
Moyie,
-or to-
Juseub    Waisu,    Provincial    Con-
tanie, Port Sleele.
Haled __nd day oi June, luun.
uy uiuei,
uusepii „yan,
l.-Ot Aiagistratt,
.Si.NOP.-ils OP CANADIAN HOME-
SI LAD REOULATIONS
Any   available    Dominion
win.... the   Railway Belt .a   Btitish
Columbia,    may be huiaestoaded     by
y person who is tbe sole bead ul a
lauiiiy, ui any male over Is years U
age, u. the extent ol onsijuarlei sso-
lluu ui UU ocif-s, tuut« ol .nsk.
t-ntij must be mads peisuaally st
thc* lucal land uiiice Ior tne distriet
in wliieli S.c Jaud is situate. cutty
ii) pros) may, buwever, be made ou
ceitain cuiniiiiuns by me istltr,
iiiuii.ei, son, dauguter, bt'.he: or
islet ui an inlend,ng boumsUoder.
ibe homesteader is required tu per-
loiiu lue cubdltiuii., connecled luere-
witb under one o. tbe lollowing plans;
i., AI least sis months' i-Midtnc*
upon am. - ..ll.aliuu ol the iaud In
eaou ye.,; iui three years.
(2). ll tbo latin (or luMtar,
if tne lather is deceased), of tat
homesteader resides upon a larm in
tbe vicinity ul lbe land entered tot,
the requirements as to residence may
be saiisned by such person residing
with the father or mother,
(3). li the wlt-ler ban his permanent resideuce upon farming us4
owned hy bim in Uw vicinity ol *m
iioint stead, the requirements at to
residence may be satislied by residence upon the said land-
Six mouths' notice in writing
sbuuld be given to tbs Commissioaec
j ui Dominion Lands at Ottawa ol to-
ti-iiiiuu lo apply Ior patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may bt
leased ior a period ol twenty-oat
'years at an annual rental ol il ytr
J acre. Not more than 3,570 aent
shall be leased to one individual ot
company. A royalty at tbe rait ol
live cents per ton shall be collected oa
tlie merchantable cool mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ol the Minister ol the Interior
i   . ""» THK CKAMIKOOK    11 fcllA 1,1.
CRANBROOK SASH AND
DOOR COMPANV
-Manufacturers uml Dfnlere
in
SASHES, DOORS AND ALL
KIN'.IS OF ROUlilt AMI
URESSED LUMBER
Dtltl.il Wiui, :i Specialty ]
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News of the District
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McVITNE&PARKl.R
Provincial Land Surveyors
KI.L-V.I   V.II   M.MI-.I.   I-Mil SI* IKI Mi
Ol'KICr-    IT   FOll'l'   -IT 11 I     IM-
I'HANIIlll.i.K
ICslimales Piirnislu'il
Port Steele I'. *). I'.'.s 2...
Oroiil.r'.ik I-, ll. I'ox 11
Telepiiiiiie Iil
Odiee in Cranlirook ; Held lllin-li
Geo. K. I.eask & in
BUILDERS ami
COMWACIORS
Our wo'k ii our ititvKi-tis ont,
|iul thisiul in lli- Iloi« 1.1 i
smjtliaslse it.
CKAMitttHIH, H. C.
Neur Lowpf Armstrong Av*vi
lt:i.I'.l'tli'iNK ill
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPAiW
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST
$60.00
FROM ORANBROOK TO
Winnipeg, Furl William,
Ouluth. St. Paul. Sioux City
ELKO AND TOBAC
CO PLAINS
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(From our own correspondent)
Elko luui n million ilollur rein last
IT.IIlMl.ll.
Mr, and Mrs. George Hoggarth and
in in il \- .in- slopping at Cumberland
li.in*-.*. Ellin, uu* the Bininni-i
\   bin part)   "f vhtitors c.ilue il
iiniii Penile Sunday, visittng the (.ill
 I iln- coH.in   wood gloves, Hovcral
driving par.icH going out l.. thc
Moll much lo nco lhe apples grow*
Ing, Hu* wheal .uni two ltumlrud
pumpkins.
AH,*i  visiting   Creston,   Kootenay
I.iih* nml Nelson we saw nothing lo
equal ihe Tobncoo I'lain** country
"Is tborc a boll-!" asks a Cranbrook
preacher. Hns anything baptrencd in
Ciiinhrook leivntlv lo cause any
ilouhl of it'.'
.rale your center
•i this journal.
Chiu.Ro   	
Ntw Vork 	
Montreal      ...
St. John, N. B.
St. Louis
Toronto
Ottawa ..
HmlUmx
Sydney, k. U.
«."a.."io
^108.50
M|...',.0.1
* I _!<>.(>•>
.   8117.50
Sill, io
$108.50
Pi.'.i.iin
si:;.;,!.(.
Ticki-tn oil Sale HAY I nml IS.
J.QNE S, ll, ID ami 30, JULY D, 7, 22
ami 38, ACH.'ST u. r. 21 ami 22.
1008. First Clans. Round Trip.
Ninety I'ny.-' Limil.
Rollins..-Tlui.e tldieia an* good
via sny rec-ogiil-'t-il routes in om, or
both tlirontlonfl, TV* ile-tiiuiiimi*. hai
of Chicago ire good rin llie l.ieu
Laken.
For lurtliei   iiiioiinuiiiiu.   Rates,
flleepin*-   I'm    Itoserva.inns,   pt,*.,
apply Ui
i. B. McPHHKSI.N, ... HOP,
n..'. l li. 1*   l .
WINNII'i:.:. WAN. Xlil.SOX. I: .'.
J.   W.   I.M.TI-1-.DliK
HI.WXAKV StlKliEON
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
College, Toroiii,,, in 1H1IH.
l.rudiiale and Meilallisl ol
.McKillip's Veterinary College,
Chicago, in WHO.
Nine years' expcrleiies iu
Veterinary prnetice in Manitoba.
..ll.ee e. Crsatruiit Until.
I THE NOME OF UP-TO- i
DATE TAILORING     z
In *|iriiin Suture i-nnitc*
fltW mul fiirent. Wlmt mc
time to diwHpl ihf ». in'.r
WintT mnl nr,i*v i-.ti.---H |
whicll tlMiliL'lt  rfljlwl   |)i« i
otitiUiiTx iimliir iiiiint httifn
Ynur mtmful h ■ i>-« "f o
eihll.il   mil  -.lat'-i   iii. .1)1
MltTtiiui.
LEASK * HENDERSON
Drink Home Beer
It U Pure
ltd Healthy
It .to the Beat
Ft Steele Brewing Co.
Alt for Itkyn LITHIA WATER
Por lamily ufe ll.ere i- nothing
lo whole-mine uml sn iiiiii- an
IIAM-VOX 1.1TIII. WATER,
SOLO AT ALL BARS
IT'S WTTIB AT TIE SWINGS
tabic with
Tliirty-seven drummers visiUti Kilo
litis wiich nnd evory gosn darn-Pil one
i.i them went fishing.
Another prize liuni luck story comes
front Coal Creek, where a miner wont
down to Pernio nnd puvneil his false
teeth to Iniy beefsteak ami then found
himself unable to eat it.
■Mr. Pond, of Calgary, was in Klko
this wet'h spending considerable ttrae
down by tin- river side.
U. Vim mile was in Klko this weok
making n good fellow of himself by
making presents of trout to his hosts
of friends in Klko. His stock ut
lish stories is tike |}w. widow's (Muse,
lit- In.l iiirs the ladies until they
Hush crimson from the joy of bcin{,
hot aired, a his favorite with Mm
people nml novel" drills from lhc hot
lom.
Tlie risfWeute of Nelson arc all
knock kneed climbing hills.
Cleorgo Ashworth and son arc
lumped at Klk river bridge for a
roiiple of weeks.
A largo party of tourists are rusticating in Klko from Taber, camped
in North Star Park, north af C.P.K.
nvenue.
The dances in Riverside Park have
lieen well patronized every night this
weelt.
The voting ladies of Klko gave a
jolly .surprise parlv to Mrs. Kllngcn-
amtih r.f lbe Klk hotel  Friday night.
Tliere will be a monster picnic in
Klko. Civic holiday, August 4th,
irom Fernie.
The Klko baseball team went down
lo Hosmer Saturday, buf. expect to
lose, as three of their star players
are absent.
Sitting oi ,i Pullman the other day
and seeing a f.iimei cultivating in a
Held neai Crcston. Dave Elmer, ''who
has made Die David llacum cigar
famous throughout ibe Kootcnnj
said: would that J were it fanner.
The farmer's life appeals to inc. He
bounces oul of bed ai .1 o'clock in
the morning and carries several tons
of feed to the cows and liorses, and
ahout tbe sume amount of water. It
makes a man's heart feel good to see
how the stock enjoy their feed,
Then comes the cleaning out of the
bam, willi a gentle touch of appreciation from lbe mule's hoofs. Oh!
the joys of milking, especially when
tho bucket is kicked over: It- in always customary tn kick the cow when
the cow kick's the bucket. The
slock i.s attended tn and then the
horses arc hitched up ami after a
few loads of fertilizer arc spread over
the fields, thc breakfast Ml rings.
Mut why enumerate the delightful
pleasures of (arm life. How we all
love to go back to ihe days ol cutting
fence rails, killing bogs and plowing
corn on n .luly afternoon. All right,
gentlemen. If you're satisfied a nice
cool lemonade will do me.
Learn to say no and it   will be
i.ore use tn you  tban  Latin.
Cranbrook is eerlainlv
. yon haven't- seen Klko
There
tine plncq
much bad  in the   best of
And so much i;o(«J in the worst of us
That It don not behoove nny of \m
To spent ill ol the rest of us.
We have the goods uud the crowds
aro beginning to turn this wny, Visitors to the Tolraeeo Plains country
can see apple**, apricots, plums,
peaches, chOfrlefl and pears hanging
n bit; clusters from Mie trees, small
fruits in abundance and right here in
Klko we have gooseberries tlml can't
in- beat in the province,
What an awful thing It must he
tn lie jealous.
The Conservatives were so thick in
Nelson last week that tfte sun could
inly be mien from the tilth story of
the' Strathcona hotel.
iMorgan and Mrs. Thomas and Mr.
Hradburn, ol Eureka. Mont., passed
through Klko for Cranbrook this
week.
Several mining men from the c,jast
,ue looking over the mineral claims
.ii Phillip creek, south of the line.
The big showing is causing a. little
excitement on the creek,
n spife of the knocker Klko is fast
building up and the fruit land south
will make it one of the besl towns iu
ibe province.
It is a grenl larce for people to
'Jn all week    and then try to wlufe
wash themselves by keeping Sunday.
Mr. Dobson, of Calgary, is spending
a few days lishing iu Elko this week.
Tom Sands, "t Hock Creek pineries,
was in town thi:; week renewing old
iiccpinlutances.
race for the pole now in progress be
tween an Englishman and a Yankee,
the former in the Antarctic mid lhe
latter in the Urtie circles, llolh
re anxious to nail their nationalI
olors to th,. planets hubs. j
Air. Douglas,
town Wednesda
The le<s .,ns.
harder she n
hot'.mod.
woman has      the
to inn her  neigh-
Clcorgc
..t small
l.lll.-b.
Hrighl  brought  in a    load
fruits    from ■'. Derosler'fl
M.
makl
aud
Phillipps
e":.'liil.ie-
Kruit lands, is
idiipments of fruit
Miss Heading, '.i Kernie, sjient Hun-
daj  in Klk...
A (ileal Northern olllelal car is ot
the side track at Klko while the
party oi ollirials and their ladies ar
camped ..ii south fork lidiine
Our lishinj; tackle is sure catching
the lis-h. High grade goods al' low
grade prices.
It sure pays to
bine the goods.
idvet'tise when you
■ Capt. Carnithers was in Klko   this
week,
.1. II. Mr-Mullen, government, agent
of Kernie, was in Klko this week.
Mayor Tuttle, of Kcrnie, was In
Elko' shaking hands with old timen
To do good and he cvnlly spoken ot
is kindly.
lliti Hill I.eacey captured the lllack
I land inm^ ar. Elltmouth on Sunday
and the trio wore taken to Fernie on
No. 22 Sunday night. It seems
strange tliat ' men of this character
should be allowed to escape in the
milliner tlml tliey did.
Will the young lady with the golden
hair who was a passenger on the
boa t; from Nelson last Wednesday
send her iidllress to this office and her
belongings   will    be returned and
nothing said   ahout the mivup.
The Hoosville slage leaves Klko
every Tuesday.
Watson, tho candy man. was in
Klko Saturday.
Sidney Armitage, of Fernie, was in
Klko Saturday looking np business
for picture postcards.
Thc Haynes Lake Land company is
getting some fine photos of the surrounding country, showing orchards,
gardens, etc., etc., and will put a
moving picture show on the road iu
the middle west states and we expect
to see the immigrants will be lloo'iing
u  from  thc south like Methodists to
i pink tea.
Willie Voting w,is in Klko between
trains Sunday visiting his parents.
The catch-em-nll brand of fistong
tackle slill leads.
Don'l forgol the bi-; nlenie in Klko
iuc holiday Augusl -Hh. Come
nd bring youni  wife, sisters, sweet-
hoflliu and ll.c strangers within v
gales.
Don'l he
ags itnd ci
pikei
but get y..ur glad
nnd chopped
Plenty   or baled hay
feed will he provided.
Come, if tls only In hear Kred Hoo
slug I'hftl* pathetic ballad entitled:
"What is Home Without n Dnor
Knob."
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WARDNER
(Front our «wm correifondMt)
Miss Maiigan, a former teacher of
the public school here, Is renewing old
nemta'.ntatice.s in town-
The session of tho Dominion parliament just closed will be known in
history as   the year ol long wind.
Mr. Skead, bookkeeper at the 0,
P. R. tie and lumber mill lelt. (or
Medicine Hat last Tuesday to meet
bis wife. On thoir return thev will
reside at   the mill.
Police Constable WaUh, of Knit
Steele, was in town Tnciday last on
business.
Mr. Kryaii has announced that be
will not he a eaudidute for a second
term. As the chances ure 16 to I
that    he   will   not get a Hrst, W. ,1.
u iillord to Ire a clwerful piomiser.
Mr. Prentice, of the A. Macdonald
Co., Fernie, wns in town last week.
Scott and taken tn Sault Sle. Marie'
where the deceased's parents reside.
One sad feature ol the accident is
the fuel lhat Mr. Derry's father Is a
cripple and his mother lias recently
turned blind and the deceased was
their only support.
Mrs. \\. S. Stanley and children
arrived from near Innisfail tbis
morning, where she has been spending
tin; last two months with her sisier.
Con. Whelan played ball with
Pineher Creek lusl Monday mid Tues-
dny against Lethbridge and Taber to-
spectlvelv. Pineher broke even—won
Irnm Taber mid Inst  to Lethbridge.
ii Hull Hive
last
Mr. Graves, reprcBci
Manufacturing company,
was in town last week.
(leorge Powell    was i
Mr. MooNanmrn, <-t the Western
Canada Wholesale company, oi pernie, was in town Fridav Inst.
While,
.,   Van.
.   HcFech
town la-
Mr. Ca\an,tgh, representing Schlross
.v Co., Vancouver, was doing business
in  town last  week.
lioiner -lone-; w.e; jn Crmihr.iiik last
Friday.
Oeorge ll-nywnrd wns a (*ranbrook
visitor Sunday.
Messrs. Graham Donahoe, .1. Travis
and Alex. I'ockshutl were Cranbrook
visitors .Sunday lasl.
Miss Kdythe Lund left last Monday
morning for Nelson to resume treatment. We hope to see her greatly
benefited on her return home.
Policeman Adney wns iu Cranhrook
on Monday attending court.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Holi.ui were in
Fernjo Sunday and Monday of this
week.
Mr. Thompson, of lhe Great West
Saddlcrv Co., Cfttean, was in town
Tuesday'.
Police   Cmistuble   Adney   was
Cranbrook last Werinewday.
in
Mr, .]. K. Armstrong, of Cranbrnok, held court here last Wednesday
to try and find out tho cause of thc
late tire. It. was adjnurned to meet
in Cranbrnok Moivday, .luly 27.
An athlete named Klannigan representing the t'nited States won the
hammer tbrewing contest at the
Olympian games. Mr. Flannigan's
ntacstors missed thc Mayflower and
he lind tn come over on a Inter boat-
Mr. Mut/., the man who made Fernie famous, was in   town last week.
David Hifckenridge left on No. 22
I'b'irsdav last to spend a   well earn-
I holiday, at the home of bis pnr-j
nls in IVterhnroiigh, Ont
The
X MOYIE !
(From the Movie Leader.)
D. *}. Johnston and D. .). Elmer,
of Cranlirook, were in town yesterday
for an hour or two.
Mr. Foote is here from Pineher
Creek on a visit with his son, C. A.
Foote and wife.
By this evening all the instruments
en Moyie's new telephmie system will
be ready Ior use. Maurice Qitain, of
the Cranbrook company, was here
with his men mos-t ol the week and
now has the job almost completed.
Hy Monday morning everything will
be iu ship shape. "Central" is in
tlie Movie Drug A- Stationery store
and the "hello girl" will tie nt the
switch board Irom X in Ihe morning till f al night on week days, and
from IH noon till Hi at night ou
Sundays. The rate charged is Vt a
Month for business houses and $2 for
residences. Payments will begin on
August 1st. There, will be a 'phono
al the C.P.R. station.
K. .1. Blulr, foreman for Leask &
Co., contractors, ol Cranbrook, collected a considerable sum of money
due hi-, firm in Mbyte and skipped for
parts unknown. Hlair is a good
workman and wns fully trusted by bis
employers. He was here as a lore-
man for the firm.
II. W, Atkinson, accountant nt the
St. Eugene ollice under K- 0, Kamm,
is to be transferred tn the Rossland office of   tlie company.
K. H. IHII, of   Lethbridge, is here
on a visit with his brother, E. A,
'Iill.     lie is accompanied      by his
wile.     Mr. and Mrs, Hill    are on
t-hcir way to the coast.
The wife and children of .1. S.
MacKaehern left Thursday for Chai'
lot tot own, P.E.L, where they will re
main fnr the summer visiting.
U. A. tteneau has disposed o[ bis
interest iu tho Kootenav hotel barber
shop to Walter Laing.. Mr. Keneaii
intends going to Vancouver to locate
M. .1. MeClralh and J, A. Mae
dotmld, both of Moylc, have been
awarded the contract for all thc
bridge wnrk and piling on the
11 mile branch ol railway, which D,
0. Corbin is building up Michel creek
towards the Flathead country.' They
witl begin work at once.
Edward
.\ere sente
Uc tn six
tninltrg go>
Wood Co ,
pretences.
\lr   ll.
H    hainsl
Tuesday  n
has i
Ecks
bis |
bono
■Itv
Coslello and Hen Hnrvey
ei il on Wednesday in For-
maths in prison for ob-
ds at tbe slore of Triles-
iii Conl Creek under false
Patt
who o
isl   tin
wilh
on. It \., 1..1,.
io arrived in lown on
New Glasgow YS ,
law office of L, p.
Imm be will practice
Mr Halteison is an
if     DalhoiKic mover-
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A NEW WOMAN
Thai's what any woman is after a hot cup of Fragrant
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Lai's
Pure
Teat
(From tho Fernie Free Pn-ss.)
\\i   and Mis  w  .1, liluudoll return-
i .1     from    ihe fait al Winnipeg    on
Salui.bn. Wi    Hlmidcll savs that
the Ctilgnrj fail had no effect in
diminishing llm attendance at the
Wlnnipep event.
Mayor Tultie lias, in compliance
with ihe request of a large number
nf citizens, declared Tuesday, August
1 ■» 1 ivu Indidiy This is thi day
of tin- Cnion Sunday school picnic to
A lodge <.f ihe ordet of Knights
ol Pythias was Instituted in Michel
on Wednesday night. A degree team
Iniiii Pernio went up and Coleman
bulge dime down in a body. There
were assistants present from Cranbrook and oilier points east and
west. About thirty members received the degrees and officers for the
present term were Installed. Michel
Blurts oil with a fair membership
composed of the best matcrinl in
the town and sliould give a geod ae-
coniil of itself. Credit for the opening oi ihis lodue belongs to Bro,
Kh-Miiiian alone.
A eooiI story is told of a certain
Methodist parson not a thousand
kilometres from Fort Steele. If appears ihal he was.ridinir on the sta^e
with "Hnck," lbe well known driver
of ibe transfer between the Junction
anl Fort Sleele when things commenced io in- interesting. Huck was
driving a fresh iind fiisky team and
ilie hoists commenced to no through
a enlisthenlc practice. The rig was
conforming to the antics nf iU*>
team as well as possible bul at times
il threatened lo discharge its freight.
In mi.' of (he mm" critical moments
Hie parson not cold Icel and attempted to jump. Hue,1,- caught hiui iu the
net and hauled him hack Into lhe
stage, "What's the matter with
Vou?" he exclaimed, "Can't vou practice whai you preach'.'     Have faith!"
.Mis, Alex. Taylor and daughter,
Mi'.ss Hclla, of Cranbrnok, are socrid-
ing the summer vacation with Manager Tavlor or lhe Wood-MeNab Lumber Co    at Triwood.
% It chases away the old tired feeling, and fills
|    her with new life.   So DELICIOUS too.
(te
Melkle-I
if lhe i
The Hank
Melkle.
tier Co
Fr
formerly of the
, Ims accepted a po-
■iianicnl department
■ Press.
Mo
sam
da
Heal ami ihe   Imperial   Manic opened   in Hosmer     on
Apparently neither
thc other's intention
\n arrangement     was
lhe Hank of Montreal
in the held.
bank  knew   oi
<.f locating.
iiiaile wherchj
was I.ft alom
lit: HAS WORKED SOME
Church—Did  you ever work ior    a
nilroad companv?
Gollinin—Well, yes,    I've   tried   to
ipen the ear windows.—Ex.
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FERNIE
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ll'rum .hi' Uiitrlrl i..«Irci*.|
Mrs. o. N. Itnss rrtiirmil on Tih.***-
ilay morning Irom WlnniiH-n where h)h<
hail iH-t-ii visit iiii; ninl taliiiitf   in    lhc
exhibition.
On Wi-tliH'silav   tiiornin*- n sail ai-ci-
ili-ul.   iK-curri-d    ot. Hk.    new tipple
whiih is bolnjt liujlt   at* Hosmi-r    In
whli-li a jiiuiir man natniil Derry lost
his lite.    Hi-rri* h-ad been working on
tbo tipplp    sinei- its   commenepnieiit
and was   very popular ainon-z      his
«.iii|ianions.    11,-rry was working on
ii scalloW about 75 leet   trom     the
ground and in somo mannrr lost   his
looting and IHI across a large slick
ol limber.    He was conscious   when
picked up    nnil apparently not   very
badly hurt. Inn expired within fifteen
minutes after being taken to   the office of Dr. Weldon.       During tbe af-
leinnon the coroner hold an Inquest
niter which tin* bodv   was taken   In
I'V-ruii- hy his trien-da of the Ironworkers fraternity.     The local lodge    ot
Oild Kellows li. which society the deceased bad mail,' application the niplil
previous to the accident t-iiineil   out
In .-scorl     tin* imnIv to the       train
____________________________________ which had been urdcretl to tun snecinl
"i™*?..'^ ZH.&1* IS™!*. IhekinSsotMr DriK
P.O. Swiiniiell, IL I,.8„ ll ('. I., s,
A. I. Hoborlson, H.C. I., s.
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion nml Britisli Colnnihlu
LAND SURVEYORS
P.O. LiawerTI..! VICTORIA, I.C.
j Manitoba Hotel *
■f     DAN McllUNAI.I),  PKUPRIBTOK,     CkANBKIKIK, 11. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
The Manitoba ia centrally looateil and lias one ol tlie boat tliningroouis
in llie eity.   Tlie bar is supplied Willi the liest of Lii-unrs uud Cigars
*~t*f*f*f tjftf af if *fftfi% afift*fia}*f*g*g*g*ifaf*g^f*lfW
SUPERIORITY is the mark that distinguishes
JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Keimiring ,-i Speoiulty
Aiki'tis liloek, Crnnlirook
{ CRANBROOK-FERME
FARMERS' INSTITUTE \
Piflfliiloilt : T. S. iiui.
■So .rctmy : *iii:oii"iB AsitWORTii
For Information retf'>iilin>! laiitb-
un.I npienliutc apply to the
S-eeemry, Cnuibrook, It. (',
! "STEWART'S"!
The l.in.llnx Kruli si  *
i'i: c in:s  iu Ms  Ai'iiiniis
CllniCKIIOKOMII-UI'IKHAPPIiKg
IMI 1. IIA'IAVS OHI.HIIIIATHIi
lllHsrilN BTIUIVllBltHIKS
IIAXI-KWOOD ll'H CIIKAJI
srlllVAIli's PINK l:.lllL'll.,ATKH 1
HUGH STEWART
Plume 75      •      AiiiisIi-uhl- Ave.
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*       The plant wlieiviiDallnritiiM       *
II I    llg IVII.V
■Ill-l 1,1 llllllli, II  Klfll lilii-ol
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
A wi-rj k widen. n,
fr  IVIiin* B'eiiliiiiu
tu,, Monsetrop
VANWOKMKirs
SECOND-HAND STORE
From all others.   -  Uiiex:elled in purity, strength and 'lavor.
Sold by leading grocers from 50c lb.
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FRED   ROO
Th,' tvpll-knowji lii'iii'i'.'il Mi'ivliiiiil
IS
ploiitleO lo uuike
THE
,'niiioiiiiet-iui'iit that ho enrrien all  Lin.U
of inerohniuliso, uml received the
BIGGEST
slock of Fishing Tackle over aeon Lore,
Somo ji-alons person iniulit cull mo a
LIAR
But Fred lion is happy
IN
knowing tliat lit- lias a reputation in
ELKO
for vi-moity wliieli is worth more to him        CiKhen the Find
than untold gold. I	
Dealer toi-
iilrdware
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..•rai-i.li and Saddle.
a
■Miners'   anil   Pro.
pec.ori' Supplies
*
..ry Land.
*
tinKer.es
*
Kiw Fur.
it
Produce
*
Fruil aad Caady
It
Indian Carlos
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORE
FRED ROO, Proprietor
KOOSVILI.B, B. C. ELKO, B C.
COOKED
HAM
\\> have (be llnoHt
Cooked Ham
yon evor trleil.
Kor I.utirliuM, rienbH,
('.■liopiliir, etc., It
iH •lelieioiiN
P. BURNS to. CO., Ltd.
PHONE NO. .0
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print co,npa,*ed'to tli UlimM^i Vm^l*\:'m_^'^r°th. 1********************1
FRUIT   LAND  FOR SALE
I have a live aero tract of Fruit Land a little over a
milii from town that I will sell at a prico that will prove
attrnetivo, witli part cash payment and balance on reasonable terms.   Tliis ia a Biiap.
   _=-= Addre8a    .,_
•'FRUIT  LAND."   Care   of   Herald   Office
*************** *.** t THE   ORANBROOK    HKRALO
TOE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
■BAD OFFICII. TIlltl.VKl
1. I. WALUR, President
ALEX. lAIBD, Oen.ii.1 Mana;,T
HSTABl 1SMED IMI
I Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
[* Reserve Fund, -  5,000,000
A GENERAL BANKING RUSINLSS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES
DRAFTS AND  MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by
telegraph or letter.
COLLECTIONS made iii nil parts of Canada nnd in foreign countries.
FOREIGN BUSINESS.    Cheques and drafts on the United States,
Great Britain and otlier foreign countries bought and sold. I"
R. T. Brymner, nanager Cranbrook Branch
Irrigated Bench Lands
Excellent soil
Easy to clear
Western slope
Plenty of water
Only half a mile from town
$50 to $100 per Acre
They are Selling Freely
BEALE & ELWELL
Are the People to see*
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A. C.   Bowness I
Wholesale Dealer in
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
We  recommend   I'.  Dawson's  SCOTCH WHISKIES as
the best.   And Meloher's RED CROSS GIN.
All other choice brands kepi in stock.
We make a specialty of giving prompt
attention to Mail Orders
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| Family   Groceries
That embraces a grout many things, and u Hat would fill a
newspaper. So we simply wunt to imprest the fact thut our
Murk embraced nil the linos needed in a homo and usually
carried in a Grocery.
GOODS   DSL1VSBEO     ROMPTLY
We strive to have all goods delivered promptly.   Telephone
niil.'i'H   solicit eil.
PH0NE  J. nANNING ARr,STR0Na
"7J
AVENlE
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LIVE THE SIMPLE LIFE
nml eb1*')! in comfort In ono of uur
TENTS
'4       Wo havo u larffo assortment for camping out pnrpoBes <,u
* nml during this hoi weather you should get out of the ] \t,
Btiffooaling liottso und Bleep in n tenl by tho rivor sldo or »•*' *
on tho lawn. ' [] j
| McCALLUM CS, CO. ii!
" IIAKDWAKI*     BF
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FOR  SALE
A number ..I Haiti and Chatham Second-hand Lotting
Trucks. Jusl Ihe thing for Tic Contractors to buy.
I'or particulars apply to
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
The Bert la None too Oood for Our Patrons
CENTRAL HOTEL
J. rtcDERrtlD, Prop'r
Wardner     ^H U|      B. C.
BASEBALL
I.ast Sunday Cranbrook played
Moyie at baseball and got licked.
Serves them right. We beat tbem
last week and turn about is lair play.
The Moyie line up was as follows:
Fries, pitcher; McClary, catcher;
Kanim, 1st base; Avers, 2nd base;
Curtis, 3rd base, Hereford, rlrirt field;
Kyles, left field, Gamble, center field;
Potter, short stop.
The Cranbrook team played in the
lollowing positions:
Gregsln, pitcher, Stlnson, catcher;
McKee, 1st base, Wilson, •lnd base,
Martin, 8rd base; Sorly, left field;
Carter, right field, Miller, short stop,
Wilmot, center field.
The game was clean all the way
through and Umpire Hates was eminently satisfactory to all parties.
Moyie plays Cranbrook again neit
Saturday afternoon at I p.m. at
Cranbrook.
THK FAT MEN'S GAME
Full tonnai;e was on hoard the
west bound express when it pulled into Cranbrook last Tuesday. One
whole ton of Fernie humanity WM
transported on this train to Cranbrook so that the fat men of Fernie
..mi lhe fat men of (.ranbrook could
try conclusions at a friendly game of
baseball. Fernie won the -game
wilh a score of lfi to 18.
Tho game was clean all the way
through and considering thc avoirdupois of the contending nines, there
was a lot of good baseball put     up.
Fernie lined up with: Whelan, as
pitcher, but Blackstone pitched the
latter end of the game; Scott,
catcher; Koss, 1st base; Whalen and
Hlackstonc, 2nd base; Brown, 3rd
base; .lones, left field; Pollock, lighi
field; Moon, center fieldf Wriggles-
worth short stop.
The Cranbrook lineup was an follows:
Phillipps, pitcher; Yeandle, catcher;
Ilocgarth, 1st base, Martin, 2nd basrt
Fink, 3rd Imso; Moore, center field;
Leitoh, right field, Elmer, left field;
Uurton, short stop.
These friendly games between
towns in the Pass serve a very useful
purpose in getting the people' of one
town to know the people ot the other, and thus create a better feeling
between all.
Milton Kasluer acted as umpire
with complete satisfaction to all
parties concerned, and when thc
Cranbrook team goes to Fernie Uiey
want "Milt" to umpire, as thev ask
for no better.
A good game of ball between the
"Saints" and ".Sinners" was played
last Monday evening. The "Sinners" were the team that went to
Moyie last Sunday antl the "Saints"
were the ones that stayed at home.
The game resulted in a win for the
"Saints" with a score   of 8 to 5.
AT THE THEATRES
Tlie Geo. B. Howard company finished their week's engagement at the
Auditorium on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday last. On Thursday evening
"At Cozy Corners" was put on in
splendid style. This little rural
drama gave Edmund Murpliv, as
Clyde Hollister, a chance to display
his really artistic rendering of ah
emotional part. Miss Adams, as the
minister's wife, showed herseli to be
a versatile artist, being as mueh at
home in a serious part as in light
comedy. Guy Hitner, as the deacon, was thoroughly at home in a
heavy part. Miss Stella Haze-Mo, as
the hired girl, "who only works out
as an accommodation," \vas too
funny for words. On Friday evening
Mark K. Swan's roaring comedy
"Brown's in Town," was tho bill.
George IJ. Howard, as Dick Preston,
was at his best and the three acts
were one big laugh. Miss Adams, as
Suzanne, played tbe part with a
great deal of life and added much to
the fun ol the piece, while Miss
Hetty .lonson and Miss Adelaide
Power, as Letty and Primrose John-
ton respectively, furnished splendid
support to principals. The last play
presented was "What Happened to
.lones" on Saturday evening. In
this bunch of laughter it would be unfair to single out any member of the
company as they each and every one
of ttoWiliii so well making this quite
the best bill of the engagement. It
is to he hoped that Mr. Howard and
his talented company will visit Cranbrook aRain fot at a more seasonable
time ol year good houses would be
assured lo them.
THE PICTURES
At- the Kdison very good entertainments were presented during the
weo\. The feature film was the
"Funeral of King Carlos of Portugal
and the Crown Prince." Other excellent pictures were presented,
whieh were evidently appreciated by
the audiences. Mrs'. Devitt's singing
as usual captivated those present, she
having to reply to repented encores.
LOCAL NOTES
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PICKED UP AUOUT THU 01 TV lit
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANV PEOPLE.
Iron bed, $4.00.—C. C  S.
A. Epson, ol Moyie. was in town
on Saturday.
Otis Staples, oi Wyeliffe, was in
Cranbrook on MonHay.
M. -I. Perry, of Wyeliffe, was in
Cranbrook on Monday,
The Masonic temple is heing re-,
plastered and decorated
A. E. Watts, of Wattsburg, was In
Cranbrook on Saturday. I
Ladies {4.00 Oxford* tor 53.00 at
G, T. Rogers Shoe Shop. I
Mrs. VV. H. S. Gilbert, of Moyie,
spent Sunday in Cranbiook,
It. M. Dougall and wife, of Moyie,
were in Cranbrook on Friday.
II. W. Davis, of Wyeliffe, was a '
Cranlirook visitor on Friday.
Judge Wilson held county court at
Fernie at the end of last week.
Hailwood buttermilk right off the
fCO gnd always iresh al The Palm.
G. Cameron, cl Hosmer, was in
Cranbrook the    last    of the week.
William Carlin, ol Fort Steele, was
town on business last Saturday.
fuesdayT August. 4-ft-T" has been
proclaimed a civic holiday in  Feruie.
fames Murphy, of Michel, came into Cratthrook at the beginning ot the
week.
J. S. MacKachcru, of Moyie, was
doing business in Craubrook on Monday,
$2.25 boys shoes, JLO0.-C. C. S.
J. Teller, C.P.R. roadmaster at
Fernie, was in Cranbrook on Saturday.
Mrs., McKeloie, of Creston, was a
Cranbrook visitor al the end of last
week.
FOR SALK—A paying business
proposition. Inquire Hox uuu, Cranbrook. ID-It
Dresser and stand, $13.50.—C.C.S.
Mrs. Miller, of Creston. was visiting friends tn Craubrook at the end of
last week.
James Finluy, manager of the Sullivan mine, was In Cranbrook nl the
end of last week.
loe Walsh, provincial constable of
Fort Steele, spent Thursday afternoon in Cranbrook.
Ios"ph Campbell is clearing his
lots on Baker Hill preparatory to
building a residence.
Fathei Coccola, who has been up
at Stewart lake for some years, is
in Victoria on a visit.
Mrs. J. Thompson, who has been
paying nn extended visit to the east,
returned home ou Thursday.
A much needed improvement has
been made in placing the new bridge
across the ditch on Louis street.
Gomer Jones, of the Crows Nest
Pass Lumber company at Wardner,
was in Cranbrook on Friday last.
Dressor and stand. $12.80.—O.C.S.
Edward Klwell was up on the St.
Marys prairie ou Sunday and reports
all ' the crops looking In splendid
shape.
Chas, Stevens returned on Saturday
from a visit lo the Blairmore
springs, feeling mueh better in
health.
VV. A. McDona
passed through
day on his way
Fernie.
d, K.C., of   Nelson,
i.'ranhroolc last Fri-
to attend court   at
ODD FELLOWS INSTALL
The lollowing olllcers were installed
on Mondav evening at the meeting
if Key City lodge:
N. G.-V. S. Llddlcoatt.
V. G.-Harrv White.
Secretary—VV. M. Harris.
Treasurer—J. Manning.
Warden—P. T. Haywood.
Conductor—It. Dixon.
I. U.-V. II. McKay.
O. G.-W. S. McDonald.
K.K.N.G.-O. N. Sinclair.
L.K.N.O.-M. D. Hillings.
R.S.V.O.-Oeo. Reeoe.
L.S.V.G.-R. S. Chapman.
ILS.S.—I. W. Walhv.
L.S.S.-A. Mowlorth.
Chaplain-C. R. Ward.
INSTALLED OFFICERS
The newly elected officers ot Maple
Leaf RriM&ah lodge were installed
last evening by District Deputy Grand
President, Mrs. H. Y. Parker, ot
the Rebekah assembly ot British Columbia, as follows:
N. G.-Mrs. T. S. Gill.
V. O.—Mrs. F. E. Simpson.
Secretary—Miss P. Bourgoyue.
Financial Secretary—Mrs. H. Y.
Parker.
Treasurer—Miss Kerr.
After the close of the work the
lodge adjourned and those present enjoyed a lunch served hy the mem-
bcrs.
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OLDEST ODD FELLOW DEAD
Thomas Heyden, of Port Hope, died
last Thursday, aged 88 yean. Ha
was the oldest Odd Fellow in   Can-
VV. Ferris one of Vancouver's prominent lawyers, and an old St. John, |
N.B., hoy, was visiting M. H. King,
last week. j
Mens 96.00 patent Oxlords fot
for 93.76 at G. T. Rogers Shoe Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaseph Woodman will
leave in a few days for a three
months' vacation in Ontario and New,
Vork State. I
WANTED AT ONCE-Voung lady
stenographer, one familiar with
bookkeeping preferred. Applv F.,
Herald office. ' 19-lt
F. J. Smyth, editor of the Moyie
Leader and chief booster of the
Lucerne of Kast Kootenay, was In
Cranbrook on Sunday.
Alteration sale.—C. C. S.
Arthur Mitchell, hetter known as
"Farmer,'' left last Thursday afternoon Tor London, Ontario, on a visit
to his father and brothers.
Lorn Lnngin who has heen holding
down a position for some time with
the Fernie Lumlier company, was in
Cranbrook on Friday on bis way to
Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryden, of the Perry
Creek hotel were in Cranbrook on
, Saturday. Mr. Bryden says that
ideer are quite plentiful at Perry
j Creek.
No old Stock in our store. Oui
Oxford shoes are all this summer's
shapes. Prices run from 91.20 to
$3.00 per pair for cash at G. T
Rogers Shoe Shop.
Dresser and stand. S13.50.—C.C.S.
Scene vases for 15c. and 25c. at G.
T. Rogers.
Robert Robson. of Mayook, was in
Cranbrook on Tuesday.
Perry iV Co. are painting and dp-
coratlng iheir office this week.
Mrs. C. A. Dow and children have
returned from their visit to relatives
In Montana.
Miss Proctor, of Stillwater, Minn.,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. G.
II. Thompson.
('antelopes, pears, watermelons,
cherries, bananas, oranges, peaches
anil plums at The Palm.
High grade plumbine fixtures installed in a workmanlike and sanitary
manner by Patmore Bros, plumber's
and steam fitters.
R. S. Ross, who has been on the
stall of the Canadian Hank of Commerce at Fernie, has been transferred
to the Princeton branch of the same
institution.
Have you seen Fink's new Hayreiith
china—every piece is a perfect model,
and irresistibly priced,
J. Peck MacSwiiiu, the typographical paragraphist ol the west, arrived
ou Tuesday morning. "Peck" will
hold a lovtw at the Hcraid office tomorrow iitlernooii.
.Superintendent, Brownlee came into
Cranbrook ou Saturday Irom Ualgarj
where he is acting as general superintendent during the absence of Mr.
Price eti his vacation.
iron bed, 9-1.00.—C. C. S.
J. Fairhourn, who has beeu on the
staff of the Royal hotel for souie
time, has accepted a position with the
C.P.R. at Macleod. He left to assume bis duties last Friday.
\. Hyde Baker, Chief oi Police Bow
and E. IL Small went ou a lishing
expedition hi Skookuuicliuck last
Friday. The trip was mado in Mr.
Baker s White Steamer motor car.
German primes and Sutsawa. plums
at Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
J. A. Harvey, K.C., Mrs. Harvey
and children returned on Sunday from
a visit to points in Saskatchewan
and Minnesota. While away Mr.
Harvey visited Minneapolis and St.
Paul.
William Vallancc, ol tbe linn of
Wood Vallancc & Co., of Hamilton,
Out., tin* largest hardware firm iu thu
Dominion, spent a couple of days
with J. D. McBride at thu beginning
of the week.
$2.25 boys shoes, 91.00.—C. C. S.
F. La ti don, a Wardner lumber worker, was given six months in Nelson
last Monday by Government Agent
Armstrong for a series of thefts.
Constable Adney brought thc prisoner
here Irom Wardner.
Loganberries at Fink's Pure Food
grocery.
W. Baillie, inspector for the New
York Underwriters and tho Hartford
Insurance companies, was in Cranbrook inspecting thc local agency of
his companies. Beale & Elwell are
the agents Ior this district.
Alteration sale.—C. 0. S.
T. T. McVittie, accompanied by
Mrs. McVittie, passed through Cranbrook on Thursday on their way
home to Fort Steele from Nelson
where Mr. McVittie was a delegate
te the Conservative convention.
Ben F. FieW, real estate agent ol
Los Angeles, Cal., arrived in the
city on Monday with his son. Mr.
Field purchased two riding horses
from N. C. McKinstry and will travel
on horse hack through the Pass to
Macleod for the purpose of seeing the
country.
92.25 hoys shoes, $1.00.—C. C S.
A grip which was lost was advertised in last week's Herald. One
was brought to the office but it is
not the one that -was lost by the advertiser, but the owner of the said
grip can have it by applying at this
office. There are letters' iu tbe grip
addressed to Stewart Smith.
j Get ready for cold weather. Let
us heat your home with one of our
celebrated Sunshine Furnaces. Our
reputation stands behind all our
work, whieh insures satisfaction
every time.—Patmore Bros.
I Henry Vollratli, who has just completed a large logging contract for
A. E. Watts, ol Wattsburg, has signed another Ior 2,500,000 feet and expects to take out over 5,000,000 feet.
Frank Deacon Ims lieen secured
foreman for this big contract and
Hams are Iieing constructed on Fish
ereek, a tributary to the Moyie
river, for the purpose of carrying
down the logs. Mr. Vollrath
pects to have between 75 add 100
men at work within a few days, and
this will mean an expenditure of
large amount ot money. The Herald
i.s pleased to know that Mr. Vollrath
has secured this contract, for he
thoroughly understands his husiness
and is in every way absolutely reliable.
' A RARE CHANCE—9576.00 buys
two cottages; rental $18.00 per
month. Apply M. E. Webster, Cranbrook,  B.C. 18-41"
Mr. Waters ntnnrfing on Skull of Hippo lie lum idiot
ILLUSTRATED PIONEER TRAVELS IN SOUTH AFRICA
By A. THEODORE WATERS
For I'i vi* Yean a Riwidi-tit o( Interior Atrial imiludii.K Zululninl
Travel — Eifiliinitlon — Animate — Adventure—Gold Field*—Diamond Mi ne* -I hit.
Cities—Lite Among the Haw Ravage* of the Inti-rlor
Tide Lecture in delivered o» fl benoBt for the Preab.vtorlnn Sunday School Picnic
AMISSION      .... ADULTS, 35c; CHILOIIN, Met
N.B.—flMure Ticket* Irom Teacher* and ticboflttl.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. MONDAY. AUG. 3. at 8.30 p.m
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Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$1925,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch: .1. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
Do Not Be Deceived
IF IT ISN'T AN
EASTMAN
IT ISN'T A KODAK
THK SAME APPLIES TO
PHOTOGRAPHIC
CHEMICALS
There ur.* many inferior iutifatiouB ol EASTMAN'S
Chemicals, but tin- word " EASTMAN " on Kodaks,
Chemicals, Papers, and all Photo Supplies is u mii.r-
nntee (lint
THEY ARE THE BEST MADE
Sol* Agent for  "EASTMAN'S'
Are You Protected
Against Death, 5ickness, Accident,
and Fire ?
If not, see
ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
The Insurance Brokers
OUR   RATES   ARE   REASONABLE
CraLnbrook   Cafe
FORHIRHLY KNOWN AS BLYS RESTAURANT
O. M. BLAKE & V ROGERS. Proprietors
Mr. Piluke has hail eighteen year's experience, ami has been
vitb flu* llreat Northern Ky. until this month. It will be the
ibjeet of the new firm to five tin* people of Cranlirook and
► district tin.- very best service obtainable. Tbey will make a
I specialty of BANQOETS AND PABTTE8 AT fee. A PLATE
"P' Ol-ll MEHCHANTS' LUNCH j
A regular table d'hote dinner, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. will lie J
, served to iii-eommodate (he business men. i
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THE
QUALITY
STORE
FtNCt AMI STAPLE
1      UBOCEBII.S
Leitch Bros'. Sovereign Brand Flour
Pnrm-e'q re-ir now ire ban bad (hit bul bmari maker* in tli* Hi v ei peri-
men 11 n with different n i.and idnixtentbi aim* tbat the iMJVKHkK.N ..
i!i.-u*.i    M'"..'>■ refunded in »1loaae*ll noi eatfalaatorj
Campbell & Harming
Phone 57
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Head Office, Calgary Alta.
to Our Store if Vou Want thc Very Best ol
Fresh and Cured Meats
Wa iiIwiivh have a first ctftfll quality nf I1KKK, PORK,
MUTTON'. BOLOGNA, SAUSAGES, HAMS, BACON.
COOKED HAMS, mnl in fact.everything In the meat line.
Read the HERALD .
THE   OltANBKOOK   HERALD
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Buy Summer Clothes Now
and Save Money
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There's Lots of Hot Weather
Before Us
We oiler a special Summer Discount on all our Light  Weight
Homespuns, Worsteds and Flannels.
They are made in cool, loose fashion.
They're dressy and a perfect fit, with the fine wearing quality
always found in
MIGHTON'S   CIGAR   STORE \
MEERSCHAUM AND
■TJVSS" AMBER GOODS I
S.   J.   MIGHTON.   The Tobacconist
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Two*Piece Suits from
Three-Piece Suits from
$ 7.00 up
$10.00 up
S. 13, Oliver, uf Proctor, anil a
party of Nelson friends canto iuto
Cranbrook yesterday abd lotb on a
ihivinR Uuu to the Windermere conn-
try.
Frank Walker, who was on the
slat! id the Cranbrook hotvl sonic
years ago, paid Cranbrook n visit
this weok, accompanied by Mrs.
Walker.
Decorated fruit    dishes worth \'AM
for fl-7.rl ill   ti.  Ti   UORtTS.
There is absolutely no truth In Mu;
report thut has been circulated by
|cerlnin    pur lies Hint   tlie   Dominion
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PICKED UP    ABOt'T   THE CITY
BY ASKING Q-PRSTIONS OK
MANY PBOPLB.
Iron bed. $-1.00.—0. 0. S.
v. H. Pearson, of J affray, m
town Tuesday.
Lorn I.imffln, id I'Vrnle, was
eity this week.
h'ratik McNab, of Waldo, was
Cranbrook vesterdnv. ^^^^^i     ■    -m^^h^m
TO UGNT-Two   furnished rooms.|M«rt Co., ol Cranbrook
Apply P., ears Herald. 10
.lohn Teller, of Pernio, was in
Cranbrook on Tuesday.
Home mado candy 20c, por lb Saturday only at Tjc Palm.
Mrs. W. B. S. U-ilbcr. of Moyie,
was in town last Monday.
N. C. McKlnstry has just received a
very line lilly from the prairie.
U, W. Workman and wife, of Ward-
ber. was in Cranbrook on Tuesday.
L. J. Johnson, Pernie's genial postmaster, was in Cranhrook on -.'uos-
day.
WANTED—Girl for general housework. Applv "A. V. H," Herald ofliee. _    19
Constable ".loe" Walsh, of ""Kort
Steele, was in (.'ranbrook during lhc
week.
D. W, Perry, of Perry Creek, is
taking a tew days vacation in Craubrook,
P, Lund, of Wardnei, accompanied
bv Mrs. Lund, wns in Cranbrook last
Monday.
Twenty cents discount given ofi all
hosiery purchased for cash nl G, T.
Rogers.
Mrs. F. Posta, of Los Angelos,
Cal., Is visiting ber brother, A. C.
Bowness.
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Improved in Kvery Way
Hothtvd
QUEENS HOTEL
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Craiibiuok,   11.  C.
IT. ANIiKKN", Proprietor
(.ur Motlo : " Tie* Beat ia None Too Oood.'
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liucm Cnm.nr. • Specially
.land Stibllnj In Connection
Nenr«-sl lo i«tlrcf„l an.l .Input.    Hal. acconinio-ia-
m.n. foi  the pnblic uiietiuAlln. lu Cfaiil.tii.ik,
Ho. am) Cnlil l.nlli-
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E. H. SHALL
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The  place   where
man will return after J
stopping once.
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FRIEND
... it. ollii-r words, foe ill.*
ivfrn.liineiii of ittie*-!!-, tome ol
-.ur .III..I CLASS WINBSare
nut only iloniruble. I.m easen-
iiui.
"WHITE SEAL" IS THE BEST
A. L McDERMOT
Wholesale Wine Merchant
PHONE   17
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CRANBROOK DAIRY •■■JS?" \
We
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES
havo lots of Milk and we nro hour
I pint per day 	
I <|imrt pi-r ilny
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I gallon
li gallons am! over por ilti.v
Cream, per quart. 50o :
Skim Milk
il lo got rid of It, Prices:
10 quarts for Sl.un
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12
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1(H)
IIH.)
1.00
1,00
rates for larger quantities.
wmm_um—nmmm_m_m_m_m\U -I'.-«<■'•- for II ■ «>
Buttermilk, when wc have il        10 nents per quart
THESE ARE OUR SUMMER QUOTATIONS
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COAL     AND      PETROLEUM   NOTICES
NOTICE NO. i
Notice   is   hereby   given   that Hu
days  after date   1 intend   to   apply
to     the     Honorable    Chiel    Commissioner     of   Lands    aud      Works
for a     license   to   prosper I for   eoal
•ii i (I    petroleum     on    the   lollowing
described    lands,     situated    in    the
district   of    South   Last Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing   at   a    post   planted
i, the southwest    corner ol    Prank
i. Kirby's    claim, thence north   au
ihains along C.l'.IL   survey   line, at
the I-    mile    post*, between   Ulock
IjIIS and Ulock 1003, theme east   till
chains, Ounce south fill chuius, theuce
west nu    chains to   place ol    commencement.
Dated -Lily  1, lUbS.
Frana M. Kirby, Loe:
Uunald McLeod, Agent.
NOTICK NO. 2
Notice is hereby given that 3U
days after date I intend to appiy
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
fur a license to prospect for eoai
and petroleum on tbe lollowing
described lundfi, situated in the
district of .South East Kuotenay,
Province of llritisli' Columbia:
Commencing ut the northwest corner of Maud M. Railton's claim,
and also planted at the IJ mile
post id the c.l'.lt. survey line, Uiuuce
soutb au chains along s.'.il
theuce east hti chains, thence
HU chains, along lot itumlit
thence west SO chains to point
commencement.
Puled July ., Uiaa.
.Maud M. Hail-ton, Locate
Donald McLeori, Agent-.
NOTICE NO. A
Notice is hereby given that SG
i days after dale 1 intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Com-
i missioner of Lands and Works
| lor a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following
■dewribed lands, situated In the
district, uf South East Kootenay,
Province ol llritisli' Columbia:
Commencing at a post iilnn'
on the southwest corner of Delia
I Florence Uaokott's claim, and at
southeast corner of Lot 71102, Ihence
north f*0 chains, thence east
{■80 ehains, thence south HO
I cliaiiis, thence wesi 8U chains along
'lot line of surveyed number 7001, to
place of commencement.
I    Dated .luly 23,  1008.
Delia Florence Hiick.-li,   Locator,
A, Hackett, Agent.
NOTICE NO. I
Notice Is herehy given that 30
davs after date I Intend to apply
lo thc I lonor.ible Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works
lor a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum nn the following
described lands, situated in the
district of Soulh East Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia;
Commencing nt a post planted
nn the nortli West coiner of Thomas
McCatt's claim, Ihence south II
chains along surveyed lot line of
7001, thence easi no chains, along tt-
cense number 1088, thence north 80
cliains, thence west 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Dated July 23, inn*.
Thomas McCart, Locator,
\   Hackett, Agent.
NOTICE NO. 5
; Notice is hereby given thai 30
■lavs after date I intend to apply
to the Honorable, Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
lor a license to prospect lor eoal
and   petroleum     ou   the   lollowing
dffi'et   J*i&*h-,fil!*dirfl5   *!ffi»Wl    lfne   or lot   number 11003,
it, ■ ..       n5 u rR.^(iK*,D,eniiy-"">nce east 80 chains, thence    south
C«mm«SSn2rl «? ^iKl*!   ,. «0 chalm,    thence   west    80 eh aim,'
(ommencing   at   a    post  planted alona surveyed    line of lot BOflO    to
at the    northwest corner   ol    .Iota, the place o commencement.
west SU chains to place of commence-1   CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
incut.  -
Dated July 4, 1908.
John Westland, Locator,
A. Hackett, Agent.
NOTICE NO. II
Notice is hereby given that 80
days alter date 1 intend to apply
to the Honorable (.'hiel Commissioner ot Lands and Works
Ior a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum nn the following
described lands, situated in the
district of South Kast Kootenay,
Province of British Columhia:
t ommencing at a post planted
on the southwest, comae ol Maggie j
iManv's claim, Iliencc north SO chain,;
along license number 1085, tlience:
c.isi Su chains, Uience south a**!
chains, Ihence west SU chains to piave
"i commencement.
Dated July 4,  1008. 1
Maggie .Mane,   Lnca
A. UnckeH, Agent.
NOTICE NO. 7
Notice is herehy given that 3(1
days after date 1 intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works
for a license to prospect for coni
and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated in the
district nf South East Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at thc northwest coiner of Harry MeLood's claim,
thence south 80 chains along surveyed
line ..I license number 1084, theuce
east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains pi place
id commencement,
Dated July 4, 1008.
Harry McLcod, Locator,
A. Hackett, Agent.
NOTICE NO. 8
Not ire is hereby given that 3(
days after date I intend to applv
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands atid Works
for a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum nn the *
described lands, situated in the
district ol South East Kootenav,
Province of British Columbia.
Commencing at the southwest corner of C. V. Millan's claim, theuce
north SO chains to thc cotner of license number 1081, thence east 80
chains Uience south Su chiiins,
thence west. 8ii chains to place of
beginning.
Dated Julv 5, 1008.
C, V. McMillan, Locator,
11. Hackett, Agent.
NOTICK NO. 0
Notice Is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
for a license to prospect lor coal
tnd petroleum on the lollowing
described lands, situated fo the
district of South East Kootenay,
Province of British Columhia:
Commencing ol the northwest cornet of William McMillan's claim,
thence south 8(i chains along surveyed
Hue ol l..t fiOOO, ihi-nco east 80 chains,
thence norlh 80 chains, theuce west
SO ehains, bark lo the post of Lot
11090.
Dated July Ti,  1D06.
William McMillan, Locator,
II. Hackett. Agent.
DISTRICT OK SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that I, Charles Kling-
eiisniith, of Elko, H. C, occupation,
Hotel Keeper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing ai a posl planted on
the east boundary ot IW Crows Nest
Southern right-of-way, about 40
chiiins soutll ol the S.W, corner of
i.ui 8740, Oroup one, thence running
cist lo Elk river, thence following
Elk Unci southerly to a poinl 80
chains south, thence wrst- to the
aforesaid boundary ol the Crows Nest
ilii'in right-of-way, thence lollow-
tho said boundary of said right-
loi wa) Lo the point of commencement
nnd containing 80 acres, more or less.
t has.  KllngensmiUl, Locator.
j   July Sth, 1008. I7-0t
[coAl, AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is herehy given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chlel Commissioner of
Lands and Works and tc the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works lor the District of East Koolcnav for a license to prospect for
eoal a in l petroleum on the following
described land, situate on the North
Folk of Michel Creek almut twelve
miles north of the Canadian Pacilic
Railway, and Ivmg east of Lots 6410
and lilil:
1. Commencing al a post, planted
at lhe northeast corner of Lot 0440,
theuce HU chains south, thenco 80
clniins east, thence 80 chains north,
thence Sil chains west to place ot be-
gintilng, containing about 040 acres.
A.J. Giles, Locator,
A. B. Wavland, Agent.
Dated  July 4th, 1008,
2 Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of Lot
nlil, thence 80 ehains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence 80
hains soulh, thence 8U clmins west
containing
John    Ncilson,
graph depnrtmcnl,
Saturday.
of the local    tole-
vlsftcd Sirdar last
The Hunt 1st Su;
are enjoying their
afternoon.
.day school children
annual picnic   this
Timher limits I.
brook real estate.
Hen, Id.
trade for    Cran-
Apph .ID.,  care
15-tf
Mi. and Mrs, T
uie enme down w
on Tuesday,
..in Whelan, of Fer-
h!i lhe Fernie team
Governor    Hans
down to I'lanbio.
on Tuesday.
on. oi    Wasa   came
ik iii hi*, motor cat
Heale &      Elwi
number of ImproV
'11    ait-  making     a
I'inents in their real
lollowlng 1 tt,   |,|nco    „(    iK-sinning.
I abuut llll) neres.
A. Cope, Locator,
A. E. Waylami, Agont*.
Dntori .lulv Ith, III0K. l!)-6t
NOTICE   NO. 10
No. loi' Is hi-n-liy given tlmt SU
.lays after ilaio I Intend to appl r
lo (lie Honorable Chlel Commissioner ol Lands anil Works
lor a license to prospect lor conl
anil petroleum on the lollowlng
described lands, situated In the
district ol Smith' East Kootenay,
Province ol Mrltisli Columbia:
.'ommencing   at   a    post   planted
tlie    southwest    corner ot   Cecil  ,,____^^_^___^^^^^__
Il.icliett's claim, ihmcc north   along HOW AHOUT A NEW BUQQV ?
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
"..'liiit     would  you ilo, dear, it 1
were to  die''"    asked  Mrs.   Darley,
li.inlly.
"I   don't   know,"   replied    llarley
thoughtfully,     "Which Is your choice
—burial or en-illation?"—Ex.
Cranbrook Trading Co
CASH PAID
l*'..r I'llKli u, ns, means
MONEV TO VOU
In fuel
sh Ih
g you buy fioni in- for
Bill llu- -.unit) way
Till, ive-l* WK W'll.l, IIIVK AWAY
A NEW SET OK IIAIINKSS with
i-ieiy  now  Buggy purchased m  our
Wesllaml's claim, Ihence south eighty
chains along surveyed line of li-
ei-nso number 1083, thenco east, 80
Chains, tlience north 80 chains, thence
Dnled July 5, it)t)8,"
Cecil Hackett, Locator,
A. Hackelt, A-gent.
estate office.
LOOMS TO REST "ii Hanson
avenue; cool and pleasant. Apply
Mrs. l.llss. 18-lf
TO RENT—Four room cottage, 15
imiiiiti's from post ollii'e. Applv lo
f. E. South. '    10
.luse'ih .l.'.ui, i.f Kernie, came up
with the fat Kernie baseball leain
Inst Tuesday.
W. S. Ken)-, of Kernie, was tip on
Tuesday to lions-i the Kernie fat mini's
baseball team.
LOST-Cheokcd dust robe. Please
return to Herald olllco. lii-illi
Edgar Dudley accompanied llie Kcrnie fat men's foam as Mascot. He
wns a winner.
Oeorge Hoggart.ll, of the ('ranbrook
hotel, spent" last Sunday with his
family in Elko.
China, sugar and cream sets for _",c.
at G. T. Rogers.
Mrs. J. B. Henderson and baby
leaves tomorrow to join Mr. Henderson at Kenora.
The plalo glass front ta the C.C,
S. store will be put in ns soon us
Mk- glass arrives. _
Mrs. Oravctt returned this weok
from a three weeks' visit lo friends
at Pineher Creek. ^^^^^_
Girls $1.50 and misses $1.78 red
slippers for .$1.21. and $1.10 at 0. T.
Rogers Shoe Shop.
•John Hreckenrldge, of the contracting llrm of Brcokcnridg-fl .v- Lund, was
in Cranbrook today,
KOR SALE—A lew span of heavy
work horses. Kor particulars apply
to the Crows Nest Pass Lumber
Co.. Ltd., Wardner, B.C. lii-4t
WANTED-A third class B. C
engineer immrtlial.-lv. Apply Box
"Y." Cranbrook, B. C. ID
WANTED-Pupils lor shorthand
(Gregg's system, evenings. Apply
"I. L, ' caro ol Herald. 18
Bom—At Cranhrook, 11. C, on
Monday, .Inly 27, 1008, lo Mr. and
Mrs, V Royal, a son
l>. MeKarlane, ol Ihe Norlh Star
mine, nccoinpaiiiod by Miss MoKar-
iani', is in (lie cily today.
Chus, S. Kyle, of the CPU. sii.f!
ol Fernie, Mas shaking hands with
Criinbrook friends on Tuesday.
Twenty-live cents discount nllowisl
oil all Oxford slides purchased loi
cash at ... T. Rogers Shoe Shop.
Horn—At Cranbrook. II. 0., on
Monday, July 27i<li, 11108, to Mr. and
.Mrs. K. s. Rossiicr, a daughter.
f.oorgj- Tuylor leil. at tlie iK-gin-
nlng of t-he week for Scotland, where
he will undergo medical treatment,,
WANTED—Position as watchman,
caretaker or like capacity liy ri-liub.e
num.    Address It.S., Box 71.2.   18-tt
Mrs. P. Lund. Miss Ella Mich, A.
K. Leileli and I). ,1. McSweyn left on
Tuesday evening for a .rip to Eastern
Canada.
Hose's red raspberries at Kink's
Pure Food Grocery.
WANTED AT ONCE-Young lady
stenographer, one familiar with
bookkeeping preferred. Apply F.,
Herald ofllco. ' 19-lt
FOR SALE—One team ol -horses
(weight 1300 each) one or two sets
of trucks nnd harness. Price $500.00
-Beale 4 Elwell.
There will he an extra special
IMt
* r,       i t     j.    ,     _*. more win oc an oxira special   en-
( ranhniOK    I Tail llO    IA    tcrlainmmt at the Edison tlieatre on
VIUHVIUUn    I lulling    VU.  Saturday, evening on account ol   the
visit of Uie Moyie baseball team
^^^^^^^^^^^  Is giving mil
il business. io
.1. T. Roberts, Mipi-i-in-Uiidt-nt of
the Spokane International railway,
passed through the city las. Tuesday
in route Irom llie wmk at Mellillvrey
to Spokane.
Some udil pieces ol china displayed
mi brackets at prices Inc., 25c. and
50c. Any piece worth at least
double the price asked at G. T.
lingers store,
James Buchanan, a nephew ot William Tosh, visited Mr. a-ml Mrs.
Tosh several days last week. Mr.
Buchanan is the representative of the
Winnipeg Free Press.
Decorated spoon holders 2fic. at .*-
T. lingers.
.Inlin Cholditi-h leaves on Saturday
foi his annual vacation. Mr. Cholditeh will visit Vancouver, Victoria,
Oram! Forks and Nelson and will bo
absent nlioilt three weeks.
Our healing systems are proportion-
cd and Installed correct, as we are
practical heating engineers. Our
work will -'Stand up" against all requirements.—Patmore Bros.
W. R. Mclnnis, of Montreal, freight
Lrailic manager of tho C.P.R. and -A',
ll. Lanigan, of Winnipeg, Man., assistant freight trallic manager, were
in Cranlirook ut the beginning ot the
week.
Chillis $1.85 i* I slippers lor $1.10
at G. T. Rogers Shoe shop.
Aliss Stamp returned from a trip
t.. her Inline in Manitoba last WedwK-
dav, accompanied by her sister,
Miss Alice I*:. Stamp, who has also
accoptcd a position in the office of
l.ealo & Elwcll.
FOR SALE—A iirst-elass cow. Apply to K. Dumont. 18-ti
Remember the illustrated lecture in
the Presbyterian church on Monday
night. South Africa is one ol the
most. Interesting continents. Your
presence will help solve the Sunday
school picnic problem.
ice cream made front pure cream at
The Palm.
Maurice Quain, manager of t-he
Cranhrook Telephone company, and a
staff consisting of Win. West, E.
Davis, .1. Elmer and M. Uouigo, returned vesterdnv from Moylo where
ili.-y have installed 24 telephones.
Dresser and stand, $12.5n.-C.C.S.
William Dick, son ut Mice lnfic.tfr
Dick, who w-as stationed in Crtn-
brook for some years, captured one
of the big scholaislit'is at Mct.ill University. Mr. Dick has; accepted a
position as manager oi a large mine
lu Brazil.
Mens $(I.IMI boots for $3.00 at G.
T. Rogers shoe Shop.
Spend an interesting evening in
South Alrica on Monday night tn Uie
Presbyterian church. The lecturer
has lived there for over live years
and knows what he Is to talk about.
Remember it is a benefit for t-he Sunday school picnic.
New Bayren.h und Austrian china
nt the Kink Mercantile Co.
D. W. .'iiiiiplH-'.l, 3rd vice president,
L. W. Quirk, grand secretary-treasurer, and J. W. Robertson, genera,
chairman of the Order ot Railway
Telegraphers, were In Cranhrook on
Tuesday evening attenilhig a meeting
ol the local telegraphers.
$2.25 bovs shoes. $1 00.—C, C. S.
V. Hyde Daker and George Hojf-
garth accompanied by Mr. Williams,
a special representative ol the WWto
Steamer Automobile company, left
today lor Waldo, where Mr. Baker
will attend the annual meeting cl the
Baker Lumlier company.
Iron bed, $1.00,—C, C. S.
Such inroads have been made in
the china department ol the Fink
Mercantile Co. that tlioy have heen
forced to make rogulur shipments In
order to supply the demand. Kink's
make a specialty of dainty art* china
in new and quaint designs.
Dresser and stand, $12.50.—C.C.S.
In the lecture on South Alrica in
tlu. Pn-sbylerlnn i-hun-h on Monday,
August .'<nl, 125 views will be used.
This Is nlnuit double usually shown
at a lecture. Ih, sharp on time. The
li-etiire is ol about two hours duration. Come and help to give the
children a g.„td day's oufing.
$2.25 hoys shoos, 11,00.—0. O. S.
The lollowing shareholders ol the
Haker l.tunliei company wen., to
Waldo today to attend tlie annual
general meeting of Ihe Haker Lumlier companv: W. (1. Morton, E. 1-H-
well. G. HoggarUi, Dr. F. W. Oreen,
V. Hyde Haker, S. ... Mlghton, .1. A.
Harvey, S. Taylor ami \V. Chalmers.
Iron lied, S1.0fl.-C. 0. S.
Fred En.ut, of Portland, Ore., lormerly ot lhe Electric Light company', ot tbis city, in writing' to the
Herald says: "It, has heen lour years
since wo lelt Cranbrook, but we havo
not forgotten the old places. Wtth
Miss ('ait.if!, Mr. and Mrs. Keep and
four ol the Ewarts, we make quite
a Cranhrook contingent."
Alteration sale.—C. C, S.
Miss Georgio Small lelt last Tuesday evening lor her trip to Mexico
as the winning candidate who secured
the required number nl subscribers
for the Saturday Sunset ol Vancouver. Miss Small is a general lavcr-
itu in Cranbrook and everyone will
join with the Herald in wishing her a
pleasant trip to Mexico via Vancouver.

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