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THE CRANBROOK
OllANBHOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY.  APRIL
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RESOLVED
THAT NOV'IS THE T,,At
ToBLOOM OUT vn
I NEW ARRAY   NATURE
[IS BLOOMlHC OUT iu UfauTv
-A   K^3/^ SHPULD NOT YOl) Li COM
""-'"" -'-' "IT- WE'VE OOl THE
OSSO/VIS
JESTER BROWN.
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jEVERV PREPARATION IS BEING
MADE
I Tbo lifty new loose boxes at tlw
IBtiiblcs oa tbe race track are finished
1 and a   iorc* ol    men  are at    vork i
TO BLOOM WILL 6E EA-SY IF YOU COME TO VS, AND YOU .SURELY AR.E NOT DOlNd TO LET "iASTrtVASS''
WITHOUT 6LOOMINC OUT, ARE YOU f TAKE THE ILoSSOfAS FROM THE VINE ANP IT WILL LOOK 5ARE. FAIL
TO DKZSS WELL AND YOU YOUR.SELF WILL NOT LOOK ATTRACTIVE. DREW WILL HELP YOU. DREW
WEI L--MAKE YOU FEEL dOOD AND PRO-SPER.   .SWELL NECKTIES WILL ADD To YOUR DREW.     >'
WE CAN .SHOW YOU .SWELL
PROPER THINfl-S IN SHIRTS
dOOD FEELING UNDERWEAR
FINEST ENdLISH SPUN SILK
ENdLISH
NECKTIES FROM
FROM -        .'•'■--
TROM
UNDERWEAR
AND WOOL  UNDERWIAR
S5C.   TO H.50
$1.00 TO $3.SO
$1.50 TO $S.OO PER SUIT
$10.00 PER SUIT
$6.00 PER iSUIT
tt
BUSINESS ENGAGEMENTS WILL
TAKE HIM FROM KOOTE-
NAY
Tho followiug letter was received
alter the editorial page hail gone   to
press, and will explain tin- uppureut
'-'     ' that
WHITE SEAL
CHAMPAGNE
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I OOOD OLD PORT WINE
HAS  THE LARGEST SALE OF   AHY
CHAMPACHE IMPORTED INTO CANAOA
ASK FOR WHITE SEAL CHAMPAGNE
AS IT IS THE   BEST.    CIVE IT A TRIAL ANYWAY
a glorious w.ne.    It   helps to digest the dinner
■
makes rich red  blood as well    It I* strengthening
the  «vitciii and del.Rhllul  ><> the  palate.
try some of our UO'll) ULD PORT WINK
If you would insic Hk- DRINK 111   KINtIS in perfection,
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WHOLESALE     WINE    AND
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SsHsaaHa
L. McDERHOT
telephone 17
SPIRIT   MERCHANT
Cranbrook, B. C.
3
Last Saturday .he Moyie Leader
celebrated its tenth anniversary l.y
issuing its jin per, as usual, lui- tin.
52litb time since its editor, If J.
.Smyth, came lo the country. The
liublioallon o( a newspaper in a
lowu the slzo ot .Moyie, Ior the past
len years, has hot beet) a sinecure liy
any means; The Leader bas seen
days ol prosperity and days of adversity, hut at all times Mr. Smyth
has hi-en untiring in his efforts to
give the people ol Moyie a local
pallet* that would ho appreciated, and
do all in hts power to advance the
very best interests ol his lown. Mr
Smyth, during tbe tea years thai ...
has published his paper, bas been out
ol the Herald's very best Iriends and
has shown bis friendship by many
kind words aud kind acts. There has
how at no time a feeling of antagonism an bis part towards the I leva In.
but on tbe contrary whenever ami
wherever bo could do tbis paper a
good turn be bas taken advantage ot
.be opportunity. It would be impossible to estimate the great good
that the Leader has done (or Moyie.
ln season and out oi season it lias
been a booster Ior the town and lot
that part of the district, and Unpeople ot Moyie owe the Leader a
heavy debt ol gratitude.   We are glad
bat tbe Leader is prosperous, ior*
Brother Smyth is deserving ol prosperity, and we trust that as the
years roll around tbe town ol Moylo
w.ll increase in population and that
tbe Leader will also experience greater prosperity. Here's to you,
Brother Smyth, and may you and
,the Leader live long anil prosper.
C.N.
HOWARD'S Slllilil STION
ENDORSED
the
Koo.enay,
The writer
isl.f  -.IH.lt-.*
I'M   ft
(Itiissl-.iuil Miiiii 1
A. II, Mackenzie, Bccretiirj o.
Ro.sland I.. 1.11,1 1.1 .rude, is in      r
nipt nl 11 li-tti-i iii n-giinl ii, tin* gun-
pteHeiii' in    Snulli    K.i
whl.-li   is M'l.i-Xlll.llllili.l*
i.t tin. lei let is nu fi.Hni
mini     Following if lb.* lexl ..I    .be
let let
II,.nl..1.1. I. r . .lurch 26,   ■
Ileal SI, I linv,- y.mi lavor ol the
tllb Ins., ami um giutithil In Iiii.I .
thut youi ussui-ialioii Is t\.Mng Bitclt I
a lively inli-i.-s. in the Hilggcstod
ganio preserve in South Ensl Kootenai'. ,* I
As you, sir, are pcrlisps awate,
tlwro is ii diiTeri-ni-t- ot opinion among I
spoilsmen regarding tlie boundaries
ol   this  game    preserve Messrs
Phillips nnd I loinadav advocate tlie.
ground lying west of Elk rtver as I
being most suitable, ninl the Kernie1
tlaitie Protective assoeiation maintain
that the ground originally mapped
out by Mr. Edwards is Lie most de*
•iralile, containing within its boundaries a large proportion ol breeding
grounds, ami winter range lor the
sheep, deer, elk and goals.
this ground ) personally endorse;
as I am thoroughly a.'.|iiuiii'.fd with
the country in question. But what I
most particularly wish to draw attention to is the great, probability
las ynu mention in your letler to
me) of tbe Dominion government1
setting aside a large territory enst
of tbe summit, and imniediati-ly ud-
joining the Kernie reserve.     '
It natural,y lollows then that **a
grave mistake would he committ'-il if
the Phlllips-Homaday plan obtained,
as a large strip ol country would lie
lelt unprotected.
A point* much debated at tbe pre
sent time Is whether lt would      bt
Wist- tn  ilirluil
in the prescrv
wai tliat. won
nlnn    1 on
lloinaiiai
ing oporai
awny.    T
~T1~  ~: ...      .     _. . _,__,        ...      ■■'   Our old Iriend, W. II. Wilcox,      ol
• Hie mining properties Michel.    On investigating 1      lound whit,tailed deer within   a hall   mile u,e Phoenix Pioneer, bas sold       Ms
•, 'something by      the that tbe animals had wintered in the oI ,|.,c town ol Elko. business and temporarily retired from
il be unavoidable in tbe Iii* woods just, above and within sight active    Work.      Tbis   Is the biggest
n.l.ii se.      The   Phillips- and sound ol the workmen engaged In I   1 propose to do my utmost* to lur- b|ov_ that tbc Bolmda-j. country has
iippmliTs claim Ilia, inin- i-.inmuillng the flreat Northern rail-' Hier thc scheme you endorse, Ior     I tcceivcdlor a long time, and iti say-
his   will drive thc    gam,,.way." 'know tliat it Is dccldrdlv the   hetter ing tbis we have no desire to   speali
lallnos ot this argument|   .\s further prool of Ihe gam*    ac- mUr«e dispargingly of   tbe new   propriit
geitiug lbe track    itself into sbape,
so that long before   May tbe    Cran-(inconsistency of an item
brook race course will be one ol tbe|page*
best in Western Canada.
At a meeting of the Western Canada Turi association beld at Calgeiy
fast week, a number of important
matters were gum.- into. Repneeat-
atives Irom a number ol cities and
towns between Winnipeg and Vancouver were present aud decided steps
• ere laken which placed tbe tjjeoss*-
lion on a substantial basis capable
of controlling a circuit coveting
Saskatchewan, Alberta and Britiro
Columbia, the same to be adulated
witb tbe American Tur! association.
The lollowing is a list ol tbe towns
represented and the names U delegates:
-x'gt-Qse
course.     	
Thanking you for your letter
arci-ly  hi- demonstrate*!. br.U-i'lrll'stnniiiig   themselves    to the si girts,
an In nn.-tiug Irom my diary: snd sounds nl civilization, I will ci.e
"March    lOth,  I'UI8.      Saw seven- the case ol several sheep being   seen
i-i'i mule disi .ui the edge ol Michel [recently at .'rows Nest.    I also saw  1 »m. yours sincerely
the Interest you take in the matter,
Mr! Love''   who ls    ...
and newspaper man and wilt,
experienced
without-
an.l a ball miles n.irlh i.f pcis.-iiull*. on the tilth ot Murch, two
Campbell ,1.
E. C. SMITH'S Big Potatoe Flld on Ranche near Cranbrook.
doubt, prove a worthv successor ot
Mr. Wilcox. The Pioneer, under tbe
management of Mr. Wilcox, hen heen
one of Ihe very best weekly paper* In
Western Canada. Wilcox is not unlv
a first-class printer, but be is also a
news gatherer, par excellence, at
lias built up a prestige [or his paper
eojoyed by very few weeklies in the
Dominion ol Canada. What ho will
ilo or where be will go, Is not stated, hut tbe community that secures
him for the publication nl a paiK-r
will be fortunate indeed. There is
nothing too good in tbis world or
tbt next Ior the Herald to wish Mr.
Wilcox, and before he leaves the
Boundary country thc people ot
Phoenix, Greenwood and Grand Forks
should unite in giving bim a semi .
that would be remembered lor all
time.
| "John's Paper," ol Fernie, appeared last week and proved to be a most
infiwwting publication. It is in a
measure, along tbe line ot Bob Edward's Eye Opener, and is brilliant
from beginning to end, filled with
uithy comment upon matters pertaining to thc welfare of Fernie and tbe
district. It takes brains to run a
newspaper and John's Paper shows
brains. What tbe future will shnw [or
tho paper naturally depends upon the
ellorts put lorth -by the publisher and
thc people ol Fernie. Tbe Herald
trusts that it may be a success and
that Mr. John's may reap a bountiful reward lor his work in giving the
town ol Kernie a newspaper tbat will
be fully appreciated by tbe people.
Cranbrook—Proxy (Moodie ■
Blairmore—Bettiee
Utbbridge-McGuIre
Claresholm—Watt.
Calgary Moodie.
Edmonton—Stewart.
Red Deer-MelliKT.
Medicine Hat-WhiUn.
Moose Jaw—Martin.
Weyburn—Proxy (Martin.)
Itegina—Proxy (Martin..
Prince Albert—Proxy (Martin.)
Saska.oon—Alexander.
Vancouver—Dobson.
Mr. Dobson, ol Vancouver, presitt-
ed at the meeling ot Mr. H. ..ewsoa,
ol Calgary, acted as secretary.
It wus aoolded tn conlmc the circuit
i Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, as only three towm
in Manitoba have applied. tor dates.
In discussing what sum tiie invitation fee should be set at, the asee-
tlon ol a competent starter wsa
brought up but linally left over as a
matter   that   Uie board of   stewards
hould deal with.
The Invitation fee was set at ISO,
each club forming tbe association io
pay their own admission to either
lhe National or American Trotting
associations, under whose jurisdie-Fww
the Wewteni Canada association   ni.
jine, i'he above fee entitles th.*
individual clubs to the use of tbe
starting gale, which thc W. C*. T. A.
will eillicr purchase or rent from tbe
Calgary Turi club, who have already
bought' one. tbe services of lbe official
t'lrter with an assistant, aud the
press agent. It was pointed i*_t,
however, that in the cases ol aoma
of the smaller towns some discrimination should lie made with regard K*
lhe fee. ln the towns referred Ui
ihe real sports w;ho were ready
pay were so few that the ex;
would .all very heavily on
The support given race m-wts never
had paid and was not expertod -kn
now.
All the dates are not yet arranged.
Those which ate decided up-i-m are *.<
follows:
Cranbrook—Mav 18 and 1».
Blairmore—May 21 and _*.
Calgary—May 'J5 aad 26.-*
Clareshnlm—Mav 21 and 29,
iMtibridge—June 3, 4 and t (?)
Edmonton-June 23, 2t. 25 and M.
Calgary—.lune 2». Julv «.
Ilrandon—July 13, 1".
Weyburn—July 28, 29 and 30.
Moose Jaw—August 4, a, 6 and 7.
Prince Albert-August 1, 19 and ie
Saskatoon—August 25, 2. 27 a. 1
28.
Reg.na-Sept. 1, 2, 3 and 4.
1 number of prominent racing
stables will be represented on tbe
circuit and a number, 11 not all, wil.
be represented at tbe Ciufcr-tKk
spring meeting. Among them
Barney Sehreiber, the proprietor oil
tbe Woodtand Stoek Farm, Bridg*
•ou, Mo. Adolph Sprecklen wUI
send a string ol six running ham
under the management nl Mi. Carroll. Four last horses -will eoroe
with W. Darker, ol Stockton, Cati-
lorniu. Fitzgerald will bring An
Irom Seattle. F. Graflort, ol San
Francisco, will send thrm food
ones. Walsh * Co. and Wm. O'Connor will each bring tbrte ol tht
speedy ones, including St. Avonivis,
in charge ol J. B. Milsoni. J. V.
Coflfv, ii Buflalo, will hav* n string
ol nine. Green Brothers, ol Oakland,
Calilornln, will bave five. W. P.
Fine, of fkdden Gate and T. Williams, president of the Calilornln
Jockey Club, lour each. O. A.
Biancbi, San Francis™, lour. The
Canadian stable at Medicine Hat,
mraed by H. A. Cotton, wHl aho
send four. J. McGorern, San Francisco, three. H. Riddle, Spokane,
Wash., two.
\ few of the    best known jockeys
ri-tlng for the above owners are   ...
Ihweman,    Brady, F.     Kelly, Good-
child, Mentry, Riddle, Willis and   C.
Wright, and amongst other      horses
coming with   them are Bctsv, Capt
Burnett,   Oeb     Br.Histon,.  FJi
Fury |      Ganetu,    Funnvside,
Kruka, Lord   Provost, May
Magrnne, I    Told   You, .lack
N'appa. Silver Wedding,  Steel
md Yellowstone.
Ottawa, April 3rd, 1908.
To My Friends ami Supporters In
Kootenay:
Owing to busines-. ..rrangem-mte
which will necessil.it, my leaving
Kootenay it will be Impossible for
mo to again contest that ndinig in
tho Liberal interests ui the next
federal election.
I wish to take this oppm (unity of
thanking my many [rlenda and supporters throughout all Kootenay lor
the loyal friendship and condial support they have alwavs accorded me
during the period 1 huu* bad the
honor of heing their representative
(something 1 shall appreciate all my
lite.)
Wishing you all success, and bespeaking lor my successor the same
support and consider.un.ii you have
given me in the pust in llie cause oi
]good government and the building up
ot ,i greater Canada,
I remain, vours faithfully,
IV. A. Galliher.
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MORE BOQIIEIS FOR THE HERALD
DUNCAN    ECHO    SENDS     CONGRATULATIONS
,  1S.18.
Herat..,
Duncan, V. I., April .
. K. Simpson, Esq ,  ildit,.
Cranbrook, ... c.
Ilear Sir: Accept congratulations
on .he excellence ol your tenth anniversary number, lt is simply ex-
lent and has won tlie success it
deserves. The Herald is always a
welcome visitor to our exchange
table.
Yours trulv.
Herd'.v Smithe,
PKED  ST.VRKEYS GOOD WORDS
Nelson, B. C, April 4th, 11.08.
K. E. Simpson. Esq.. Editor Cranbrook Herald, Cranbrook, B.C.:
lK*ar Dad: 1 have received and read
with h great deal of pleasure your
issue of Mareh 19th. marking t-he
tenth anniversary of your paper.
To my mind a town or city is what
its people and papers make ".t. Cranbrook can boast ol a good live up-
to-date journal, that never loen aa
opportunity to boo6t lor any matter
bat tends to the upbuilding oi its
own, district or .be country generally and possesses a progressive, enterprising and hospitable people,
which 1 have pleasure in testiiying to
i- personal experience.
Wishing you many more anniversaries and continued prosperity of your
fair city.
Yours trulv,
Fred W. Starkey
R. T. LOWERY SPEAKS
Greenwood Ledge. Fred Simpson
had a lot ol pictures in the Cranhrook Herald last week. He is the
greatest booster Ior his own town
between the two leas.
WARMEST   CONGRATULATIONS
Revelstoke Ma:: Hm*.; The Cran-
irook Herald must he congratulated
on its tenth anniversary, and on tbe
splendid special edition descriptive of
Cranhrook, .ta Industries, businem
bouses and citizens. Ihe illustrations are extremely interesting. The
-Old Man" has our warmest congratulations in bis work lor the
good ol Uw Kootenays.
Iras
link.
Vail,
Bine
DUNCAN ROSS HONORED
AFTER TEN YEARS
John's Newspaper, Fernie: We, the
youngest paper in the Crows Nest
Pass, very heartily congratulate the
CranbrookHerald upon attaining ita '.
tenth birthday, and 11 we, when we
have lelt ten years ol uselulness b*.
hind us, command thc same respect
as "Old Man Simpson" does today
we shall he satisfied.
Our methods ol worship may be dii- .
Itrent, we may worship other       ami
diverse gnds, but il we both bit    tbe
hyll's   eye irom    converging points,
•hat matters?
We have shaken bands with Mr.
Simpson more than once, and have
practised, yellow journalism with a
prominent member ol his stall.
So, again across the intervening
space between Cranbrook and Fernie
we would stretch lorth our hand in
congratulation. You ought to have
a humper banana crop this year.
WISHES HERALD    PROSPERITY
Gleiehen Call: Last week the
p'raobteok Herald celebrated its
loth birthday with a 12 page number, brim lull nl good cuts and reading. May our old (rlend Editor
Simpson and tbe Herald prosper aa
much In thc next ten years He deserves It all aad more.
4
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Ottawa, March 30.—Duncan Ross,
M.P., Ior Yale-Cariboo was tendered
a dinner here tonight by his British
Columbia Iriends on the eve ol hls|
departure to attend thc Liberal convention at Vernon, B. C, which will
he held on April 11, to nominate a
candidate for the next, election.
Among tbose present were: Louis
Pratt, chairman; R. G. Mii»b— in,
toast-master; Hon. Wm. Templeman,
Hon. Frank Oliver, Senator Boetock,
Mr. Justice Dull, W. A. Galliher, Wm
Slo-an. R. Jardine, Ralph Smith
lolm Tt-lmie, .1. I.. Retallack, Mayor
Mackenzie, Peter Mackenzie, A. B
Carrie, R. It. Bruce and others.
Tbe dinner was a great success,
testifving to   Duncan Rests' popular-
*•:      —♦	
"C. B." RESIGNS
Sir Henry Cumnbell-Bannermnn,
the British prime minister, has    n-
THE HOTTENTOT TOT
If a   Hottentot    taught a Hottentot
tot
To tot ere the tot could totter
Ought the Hottentot tot
To be taught to say "aught"
Or "naught," or what ought to    he
taught ber?
Oi:
If t.. hoot and toot a Hottentot tot
Be taught by a Hottentot tootcr,
Should tbe tooter get hot il the Ho*-
tentot tot
Hoot and toot at   tho Hottentot tutor?—Exchange.
>	
K. OF P. MEET
Between (orey and fifty members ol
the Knights ol Pythias met at Fr»>
tmft.tv hall on Tuesday evening
Work was in the third degree, when
lour candidates were given instructions.       At the conclusion ot      thn
  ..work those present sat down to     %
chandler ol the exchequer, lelt k-r.vsry ulen lunch. Short talks wen
Biarritz, whrace he was summoned by,made by a number ol those present
the King, who baa asked Ma to and the evening proved a most en-
lor-m a government (oyaWe oa.
signed..
rfertert   Henry   Asijui*, Kv.
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TIIK   ORANBROOK   IIKHALI)
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
_—._.. .__■■...,
■nan omca.-ioeui.iu
B. I. WU1II, sv.-dd.il
..«-«  LA1BO, Csasral Maa>|«
A. I. IKKLAflD, ta|Mlial«adwit al
■laackts
i_-n ..ai isuri, imt
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - 5.000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
BrtBCtes turn*'*' CW"*^ »«4111 ,l,e Ul""4 SU,M "' EBtU"
* UENEBAL  HANKING BUSII-KSS TRANSACTED
OOMMSsciai. »hd fumim1 e»«« uiscooHtim
SAVINGS RANK DEPARTMENT
D.p...i.s ol $1 und ,,p.v.rd. received, and Interest allowed ..
aurre.,1 .a.ss. The deposilur i* ...b|ecl lo n. dsl.y wh.l.v«r ta
tn. withdrawal of the whole or any p..,...... ol the dcpuou.
IT PAID  YOU BEFORE
It will pay you to continue
having your prescriptions and family recipes
dispensed at our store. We have the confidence
of your doctor because he knows we fill your
prescription just as he wishes it. This i.s important and a comfort to the doctor,Ihe patient
and the friends.
ALWAYS THE SAME
Creston Fruit Land
210 Aores CHOICR FRl'IT LAND. oapnM'p of siiWlvisio
into nmiill purl-els
$40 PER ACRE.
Terms: Oiie-thiril Cash
Cranbrook Real Estate
7-Koom 11 Story IIE81 DENOE, on Armstrong Avenue.
water, electric light,  flreplace,  Lutli. Btorui  sh-.Ii. *r, inn
stable, ninl nil modem conveniences,   Terms ensy. v*|IUU
2 LOTS on Norbiiry Avenue .         $325
DWELLING  ROUSE ANI> LOT on Vnu IT.,ri„-     *,,*
Streel.    Terms ,-nsy             S55U
BEALE & ELWELL
LOCAL All i:\Ts
CKANBROOK, li r
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Family   Groceries
I'.uit iiiuliraitefl u grent many 'thiiii/s, nn.l n li.t ivoul.l ml u
liew(|i|||ii,|*. So we uiiii|.lv iva'ni t„ impia** ihe la,.| that ,,.ii
-nick eiiii.i-ii.-ei all ibe lines nei-iled In u home and iisnnllv
carried in a ilroeery.
G30J3    JilVfliJ   P^JMPTV
Wostrlve to have all gnn-la delivered pi.u,i,*-lV.   Telephone
or.ie.re eolli'lteil,
PIIONI-
•73
J. il ANN) NO "SSSP-
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CARBORUNDUM
lhe best wearing and quickest
cutting stones. We have them
for all purpose*.
FIRE IN THEJ0ST0FFICE
A ^SERIOUS BLAZE OAl'SINO    A
HEAVY LOSS
thi Friday miming ul about 7.4H
tlie post ollice was discovered to he
on lire. All alarm was ruug in and
tin* fn,- department were on the
ground in a very short time and although considerable damage was done
In tin- post olliii* and the dispensing
ilcpartmon. oi Beattie & Atchison's
store, slill the lire wus confined to
the interior nt the post othce, owing
t,, ibe pronipi nml methodieat1 manner
in which iln- lin* brigade hail,..**., their
.work The origin nl the 'ire, it
assuiii.il, wiis Irom the overheating
I ih,* stove in the rear end of the post
ollice In lhe morning early llns
stove is lighted und the Marysville
uul Kimberley mail ii taken over tn
tin* station, on Friday morning the
hoi bad lighted the lin- and was over
Willi lbe mail when the Lames were
discovered. It is evident that the
stove becalm- overheated and sel. tiie
in lhe woodwork. It soon spread
to the mail boxes uud practically all
llu* mail anil mail haps were destroy-
cd, In Hn* piTM.riplli.il ilepartmenl
i.i the sti.it- t.ben- is it loss of between illfiOO und $8000, caused mostly
bv the breakage oi hotlli-s- und the
oonsc<|uonl upsetting*... drugs. Hardly wus the tir uler control     when
Postmaster Heat tlo and liis -itutl got
tlu* p..-I olllco under way in the new
temporary building into which it wus
iutended to mnve on Saturday
large force ni carpenters were sot to
■ work ut once und the fittings
1 post oiriii* Ikixi-s were put ill place so
I lliul, .,inside the loss ot consiileiubl.
, inuil, very little inconvenience was
experienced by the public.
BALL LEAGUE FOR CRANBROOK
TllKltK WILL UK TIMKK TRAMS
IN TIIK 1'IKLD THIS YEAR
ai ;i Hurling held las) Friday eV'en
in* in Mighton's hall it was decided
il... lorm ,i   baseball Icaglltl cousisliiit;
'of three   loams.    Tlusc t.eanis    will
| he one representing the O.l'.K., one
ihe Town ami lhe third au iiidept'iul-
I'ni   team.     Messrs. W. DeBeck
|\V. Rollins were deputed io securing
ll.e  players for the Jncli-pewlentii,  .1
I Keid and 0.  Neil-non    for the O.P.U.
Und M. Miller and O. McKee for tke
town ten in.     These coiuiuiUees   are
ltd report at tlio next meetiuj;, whieh
will take p lace tomorrow evening
in Mighton's hall.
W. II. Wilson gave notice that be
would present a cup to thc league to
he played for annually.
F. E. Simpson said he would donate a year's suhscription ol the
llerald to each member of lhe winning team.
i It is thc intention of the league
to have two games on th-tvi Friday
afternoon on tlie grouuds ot the
I'laiihhiok Pack, Limited, so as *to
sue up tin- players.- All the league
games will be played on tbe park
grounds iu future.
i Arrangements ate being made foi
uniforms and the secretary, W. Me-
Beck, has written to aome dealers
in sporting goods in the east
prices, As usual, the boys a
iug to boost liiiM-h.ill for all Uiey
an> worth and with a good diamond
up on the bill, some re-ally brut-class
ball s'Uould In'- the result.
| v very interesting feature in con
neetion with the meeting was llu
presentation of a pair of gold run
links   to    K. II. Small   and   Jamn
iftntes, hy A. McCowan, <»u behalf i
the baseball hoys, as a token <
appreciation of the good work the.se
gentlemen did last season an um-
piies. Messrs. Small and Bate
have been fair in their decisions ami
bave given universal satisfaction.
UOARO 0l: TRADE MEETING
There was a meeting of the Hoard
of Trade last Thursday evening. The
president, .1. F. M. Pinkham, who
was in the chair, briefly addressed the
meeting, explaining its objects. Mr
Pinkham said that tho postmaster
general should be communicated with
and urged to put a mail service oi
lbe Soo-Spokane train nnd also praying that Cranlirook he made an international registration ofliee so that
registered letters may go aiid come
aud and from thc Stales wit hoot
liavlng to go to Nelson.
A committee consisting of Presi.
dcnl Pinkham, Secretary McDermoi
and Postmaster Beattie was appoint-
i-d a draft a resolution to the postmaster general to that effect.
A committee was appointed to interview Superintendent Brownlee with
lhe object of having the leaving tini'
ol the local from changed Irom
'dock in the morning to ?.
Arrangements are under way to
have a special edition of ihe Manitoba Free Press published descriptive
of Cranhrook and the district and
nlso an edition of one of the leading
eastern papers, so that the work nf
publicity may go on. To do all this
if will Ih* neei'ssary to inerease the
membership so as to get Iimds to
carry out the objwls in view.
PUBLIC SCHOOL HOPORT
Tho public school report for Mareh
is as follows:
DIVISION I
(F. IJ. Andei
Total attendance ... .
Average attendance
Number In attendant
Perfect    attendance:
Louise    Rollins,    Elsie
Short, Hellii Taylor, .1.
.lessie   Kennedy,  Sybil
euee W i, Katie Leek,
Harvey Dickson.  Warj   i
readier,)
r>l5
rtov
Ment,
-. Hoi
Whit.
.Mian
Argue,
Maud
rgolno,
, Kim-
Leask
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS
(Miss
Total a
Vverngc
N umbel
Peftccl
gelt, Ciiarl
mt.ml. Bave
OIlVQ White.
IlickciiboLhnm.
SOMKTHI\(J
BOINO   \MON(»
MILLS
Till-
DIVISION  II
Caldwell, Te
i tendance ...
atUmdai
endnnce:
Horrisoii
ri.)
..'ill. Kii
..     33
li.i Bard
,n- Dium-
Mtimonl,
i, Harold
A'
Ni
P.
hail,
hart,
moii.l
moiit.
(Ml
dal
I'orage
iimbct
jrfect
Willi i.
Mai tl,
,  0.hi
May
DIVISION   1\
Ti
(Miss  Boss, 'IV
lui  nl tendance  „
Average altemlaiieo
Number   in attenda
'    Perfect attendance:
IVli-j      H.inlgeU,       Al'
(leitie Heard, Mnrguer
Bert    Heard,   Clladys
.Min.i    Carson,    Oracle
ford    Cat-soii,    Bolls   .
Dickson,   Marguerite
Moore.
DIVISION V.
Teacher.)
get!
(Miss Hull
Total utlendatict
Average abtondance ... .
Number in aticmlanee .
Perfect attendance: On
Dorothy   Mackey,   M;
The story ol how a railroad engineer and his wife make a living Irom
licre ol land is told in the March
t'enttiry. Ti» "One Acre Ranch" is
laid out as follows: "The orchard oc-;
■npies one-fourth ol an acre. In it
ue one hundred and thirty trees, including eight varieties of peach, seven
of eli-erry and four of apple; also
plum, apricot, quince, English walnut, Spauish chestnut and ulmouit.
Hetween the trees and ou the otlier |
fourth part, of the acre are grown
berries and vegetables, thirty varle-
in-s t.i more, including potatoes,
peas, beans, cucumbers, tomatoes,
beets, onions, squash, parsnips, asparagus, peppers, cucumbers turnips,
lahbage, strawberries, grapes, cm-
ni nts, gooseberries, raspberries and
blackberries. Thc fence on three
sides of t'he place serves as a grape
arbor, ami in season fairly grains
with the weight of the fruit.
'"The yearly income from these
products would easily support the
proprietors ot the One Acre Ranch,
hut the poultry yard not to bo outdone hy the vegetable kindgom,
works prodigiously to outstrip Rs
rival in swelling the bank account.
The one hundred and seventy odd
thoroughbred chickens iast year laid
over live ihousaud eggs, which hell
.ii prices ranging from 20c. to 4Gc.
per do/en. Two hundred and tilty
sitlinus were, sold for hatching purposes, 'netting approximately one
dollar a setting,
"While the husband experimental
wilh every variety of Iruit aud vogw
tabic and found which were the imt
growers and sellers, the wife
perimented witb ber preserves until
tlioy became as famous as her Iui;
hand's crops.
"I  rode down to see the owner lhe
other day and found him industriously  ploughing  the orchard with      bis
band plough.
,,!.„.,,.    ii''' I   " 'I am my own horse and plough
s oI   Yarrie iiml    Inr™ lmnd'     au,i cvro B» own
Mom,    Larru  ra|n||lftbor<     { tol, yoU(» ll0 KaW ear.
nestly, 'with irrigation and careful
supervision there's nothing iu the way
of a profit producer that ean beat the
small farm.   "
DIN IStoN  III
is Taylor, Tew
aitendance  	
«• attendance   ,
r in iittenilanci
attendance:    Albert Bain-
•hl Barrett, Nathan Bam-
a Bonnell, Fntiiela Drum-
on Fuwlcr, Kathleen Dn-
Pyatt.
,3L3«
.     Hit
ilier.)
.1,111
,.50.111
58
Kiln
llryaiis,
Ihuc   DownesK,
Ito Drummond,
IHckeuboHmin,
Higgins, Mel-
17
38.30
50
Hard-
Baru-
liarl, llaiiislord Parks, Douglas Mc
Cowan, Harry Bonis, Valerie Do-
Grace, Norman Fuwlcr, Wang Ship
Wing Tow.
DIVISION
VI.
(Miss Kraser, T
■uclier.
)
Total uiteinluiiic .
SGI
Average alleiiilaiiii*
18.118
Nuinhci* in   ut-lciiili
IUC ...
iti
1'crt'i-ct atluniliince:
Jlyrtl
Hollev,
.Vlilo   Itniiiuiiiiiiil,   Urn
liolil
Carson,
Violet Dumont, Allu-ii
Mc I.i
un, ttil-
Hum     I'rinli'ii,    l*:ibcl
li.VU
tt llh i.l
Kennedy,
SOO-Sl'OKA.NI-; 1 N
CHANGED
__^_
sa.mi*;    .*:t;i u'.mkni
AS
LAST
VBAH WILL HI
t SI*
II
The Suu -SpiViniiu lltuitetl train,
vvbu-li will hi' put mi this month be-
tween ilie Twin Cities and Spokane
la the Spokane liiL.iiiiiliuii.il, the < .
P. B. aie Iho Soo line, will he made
up exactly the same as when discontinued tin.- first ol Die year, says tin;
Npoite.smaii-Keview.
ihi1. announcement was made yes-
lenlay b>; D. C. Corbin, nresldenl   ot
lhe SpiiKaiie-liili-inaliiili.tl, on his arrival home from an eastern trip, il
having been called tu his attention
thai a report was current that- tbe
Soo-Spokane train cuuld be put en in
a modified shape, consisting of a
sleeper and a couple of day coaches,
which would in- detached from ..ue ol
Hie through Canadian Pacific trains,
"There is absolutely nothing in any
such reports,!1 said Mr. Corbin. "Tbe
Soo-Spokane train will consist of ihe
.same equipment as before. Attached lu the train leaving St. Paul wiil
ne a sleeper and a tourist ear, which
will be detached at .Moose Jaw and
picked up hy Canadian Pacilic west*
nound passenger train No. S7. From
Moose Jaw the Soo-Spokane will
come Into Spokane made up as it was
before the service was temporarily
discontinued. The. lirst train will
leave St. Paul April 1!) and the ser-
liCe out oi Spokane east hound will
begin April 32. To start tbe service out of St. Paul and Spokane mi
the same day would make it necessary lo deadhead two sets of equipment to this end of the line, which
would involve considerable expense.''
THIS IS A FRUIT DISTRICT
In the year 1885, W. II. Covert, the
veteran fruit grower of the Kettle
river valley, started the famous fruit
ranch four miles west ol Orand
Forks, knuwn as the Covert estate,
by bringing twenty-live insigniticent
looking apple, peach and plum trees
and planting them on his laud, which
he had jusl taken up. These irces
were brought to the valley from
Spokane on pack horses, and were the
mil origin ol tbe famous Covert
ranch, where now thousands of fruit
trees are flourishing, and from which
tiaiuloads uf choice fruit are annually shipped to the markets of the
provinces.—Vernon News.
800 MKN  OCT OF A  JOB
Montreal, April 1.—The Canadian
Pacilic railway has laid oft over BOO
men in the Angus shops, chiefly in the
ear repair department, the order going into effect yesterday. DavM
McNicoll states the company does
not know what to look forward to
ar what to plan for, hut everything
points to quieter times than . tbis
time last summer, though laying oil
these men does not mean work is
slack at these shops.
KOOS FOB HATCHINfl
Golden Laced Wyandottes and Buff
Bucks- (Joint winter layers, unfertile
eggs replaced. Per setting of 13
T2.00.
Stocks A Jackson,
53-41* Creston. B.«
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Corner Van Home tt nil Dnrlolt Ave.
Telephone No. 1*1
Wc lui,c 011 hand some
of lhc beat
Logging Trucks
mul are -tlllnc t.iciii at
Any one wanting lo
|iur.ha-.c name cinnot
do better Iban buy
Irom us. We have Ihe
Komls and you Have the
money. We need lbe
money, and you uo
doubt need Ih*
Logging Trucks
Phone. Wire. Write, or
come in yourself
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PHONG 183
McCALLUM CSo CO.
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Activity is showing all along    the
ie among   the sawmills,    The Otis middl
Staples    Lumber company  are     just] ——
ahoul ready In   turn on the    iteamj   |„ |g»fl    William Hamilton started
I saw wood.     The machinery    liflfijhiN on-hard     a mile from Cranbrook
it  is safe to say that when Mr.
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The Home of Up-toDate Tailoring
In sprinu Natim; creates anew in Hold and forest.
What mora tiltiny time to discard the sombre dress of
winter and urrny oneself in clothes winch fittingly
rotted the joy r,f life outdoors under sunny skies.
Ynur ouruful review of our spring exhibit will sticgcst
nn appropriate selection,
Leask C& Henderson
all lit-**n overhauled under llie tllrco-
I ti„n ol Win. Smull. The work oa
(In- lu.iuin ,ln- Iiiiii o. tlie Klne l.um-
lier .Mills, I.imited, is proftrmstlig
,vnv s.itisl.ieti.iilv nnd llie Iuirv diver will soon In- reiulv lor use. Tlie
1 ll.ist K.ioien.tv l.uiiiii.-i company's
1 mill nl liim will start up neit
, I weet mid the .'or.,. Uieo Lumber
• fiii-iimy's mill at Movie will start
jiiitliin n low ilnys. The Nortli Star
I mill lias lu*,'n ruiinin**; steadily sinee
tin* lirst o. the month. There is n,.
dnu.it  inn  that the illslriel  will ov-1
Hamilton's plantation is as old
Mr.    Covert's ...    will hnve attained
very Lone proportions nnd when that
time i-nlllis this  whole distnet    w.ll
be dotted with Iruit fiuiiis.
 ->	
lieiienee a busy summer aad       will
'.rep a i;ren1, mnny men employed.
I  *       '
t'l.IFl.-oni)    SIFTON TO IIKTI'IIN
TO THE CABINET
HAY
iitnt
Why
pin
WHY SOT A CLEANING I I'
KO.t CRANBROOK
SpiiKane  lias  set   till- example
other.cities are lollowlng it.
not proclaim a holiday for tiie
pose of cleaning up uud planting
I lees. II one day were set apart and
everyone asked .0 elcun up their
premises on that day. then- would he
little trouble in keeping Ihe city
spiek and span during the rest ot the
year. Make ''Cleaning Up Day" nn
Arbor day Inn.     Trees cotilil he pur-
IVinnlpeg, Man.,   Mareh 30.—It    Is
■.Iated here on good authority    that   , .
the Hon. Clifford Siltnu will twelve •*'1"-s<'1- |]1' H'e clly nnd sold at cost,
the unanimous nomination ol tlio Lib* lir"'" ,n ,llr citizens. There may be
orals ol Winnipeg to contest the seat I" "'•■cnliing Up Day" and thoro may,
al the neit Dominion elections,    and ■"'■ hut* in any case CLEAN UP.
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Tin: i:pto.|iatk' TAH.ons
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-.ha. ho will accept. It Is also slat
nl that Mr. Silton will reenter the
Laurier government as minister id
trade and commerce.
1   Mr. Sl.ton has been in the city lor
several    davs   conlorring with      hi«
1 Iriends.
SI MIS POR SALE
Iuu loads absolutely dry slabs cut
16 Inch and lurnace length, JS..... a
load. Apply to Percy Haywood,
Cranhrook, 11. c. 5.-H'
THE
FROST INVESTMENT CO.
Dealers In
Farm Lands
Carefully selected tracts of both wild
and improved lands al altlnitive
prlces and easy terms.
Fruit Lands
We 111 c selling the host live and (en
mie Irrigated tracts In II. 0. tlnmt
soil, level land, beautiful scenery,
uud good location. (Iroud Door
prices. Also large tracts suitable
lor subdividing. Easily irrigated
Call lor list,
Timber
II..Hi large and small tracts.    Eicel
lent   timber, and   on    good   driving
streams.    Rock bottom prices.    You
n afford to Invest In these.
Fire Insurance
We are now representing some ol litie
very best and strongest lire Insurance
eoinpanios, ones that have been trict
and lound conflagration prool. Your
home and husiness should be well
protected.
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I Imperial Bank of Canada H
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4-»25,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits Irom date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
:: Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. j >
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We respectfully solicit your business
in any of the above linos, and are
in a position to gin- you the very
host service and fair treatment.
Every deal as represented. Pull list
nf property will in furnished on application. List your property with
us (or -quick sales. 52-41
The Frost Investment Co.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
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Munynilnrk.lu
Pulley
An Ai» iil. 10 i,,h. SI* kn.s,
It's lhe mini  win. Ihinks he can't niloid a
policy who can least a.ford lo ilo without one.
■|.i.ii.*i.
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1 - Accident, Sickness, and G-uar&n.ee Insurance ' '
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I   Craunbrook   Cafe
J FORMERLY HNOMN AS ELV'S RESTAURANT
* C,   M.   BLAKE &  V   ROGERS. Proprietors
Mi*, lilu!;** hns liml uighloen year's experience, nml liis Is-eti
; with tlm tl real  Norlhorn  Ry. until this mouth.    It will he the
obj.'.'t of iiii* neu  linn to givu the  people nf C'riinbrook and
ilistriel .In- i.'iv liesl service obtainable.   'I'ltey will iniike n
s| iultj ul liANljIKTS AND I'AIITIKSAT Vie. A l'l.A'l'K I \
I.l  li   Mi:i!('II WIS'   Ll'NCII
A  r.-mil.-ir table .lli.it.* dinner, from   II a.m, to 2 p.m , will he 5
. serveil tn : oiiniiiiilaii lite liusiiiess men. *
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CENTRAL  HOTEL
J. NcDERNID, Prop'r
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J |   keep u renonl of the daily i-ienis during tin- year.    It takes jj
, ,   very lillle lime 0110I1 nip-Ill  bofol'i-i reliriiif to jol down the ', ,
j|  principal hnppanings of tlm day, and it's a gre'nt pleasure nt "
,',  lhe end of llu- year to look the liook over. Sometimes records j j
>f this kind prove of great vnlne. ',
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Hare n  ... »ll ].,i..-.. fiom 50,' to la.isi, j j
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• iiadualiii  Druggists
Phone 74
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Fancy and .Staple (lrocerles   . -
ii-.*.   for Cranbrook.'.Thai Is wlml wo nro doing hy carry,
iug llu- host goods procurnhlo,   Wn ovorhnnril acouversiitlnii a low
iluys !i.*ii'l.,.iii,...|i twn tourlBte: "Chnrjio, thoie musl ho a good class nl i,
peoplu in ii.i- novo in th,- looks nn.l ninthly "I Hi.- slock Ihem fellows 11
inn.*."   ill'.I.ITY COON IS. . ,
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We Paper
Houses, Etc.        And Decorate
Signs Your Rooms
B. H.  SHORT
Pbons ...
Bh,   PAINTER   and
DECORATOR
Armstrong Avenue
W*m THE   CRANBROOK   IIKIIALI)
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you order when
vou want
WOOD
That is the beauty of
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New Miuiani'iiii'iil linpi'oveil iu Kvery Way
llelilted
QUEENS HOTEL
Cranbrook,   II. C.
lii'ST. ANDKEN, Proprietor
Our Motto : ■■ Tho Bust is None Too Good."
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook, n. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tha Manitoba (Been trolly luisilotliuiilliaBoiiuof theliestiliningmoina
in the eily.   Tlie bar le supplied wilh tha beat ot Mquoraaud C-lytiM
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Hotel ** s
Oucs.i Cemlorl a Specially
(Innd Stabling In CoHecllea
Ne-in-Bi i Ilroad mul depot,    lis. .t'coniitio..*.-
tloii.   fnr   ito-   nnlillr  unequalled   In  Cisulirook.
Hul and vuili I'.mli-
tlt.KK.irth & Rollins
 Proprietors
HI-HH Hi I -I . . i I . .HI I III I -H-H
titiitm-HnmiiU'iHHm*. ■
|i The Cosmopolitan iiii
li. II. SHALL
Hinajcr
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
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Tlio liuie I'or getting tlie ground ready will soon bn
Iiero.   Wol.nvo
\ Blood,   Bone, and Tankage
Fertilizer
It comes elu'iip. nnil its use will well reuay. See us
soon ami l-v assured of having I'llKTIIilZlvK when
yoiMv.int to |)iv|i;uv tlu- garden, Drop in nml lei
un quote yon [irit'i's,
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I'HONI- NO. io
Rambling Reveries
UV A DREAMER
A BABY'S SOLILOQUY
One ol our good neiiitihors, who
( claims she can interpret "'babv talk,"
[vouches lur the truthfulness ol the
followi&s having (alien from the lips
of a sweet, little blossom of humanity
that recently came to a home in our
'city: "I am here. And ihis is
| what they call the world. I don't
think much ol it. It's a very flau-
nelly world, and smells of paregoric
lawfully. It's a dreadful light world,
too, and makes me blink, I tell
yew. And I don't know what to do
with my bunds. I think I'll dig my
lists in my eyes. No, I won't.
I'll scrabble at the eornei- of my
blanket ami chew it up. ami then I II
holler; whatever happens, I'll holler.
And the more paregoric the) give
me Uie louder I'll yell. Thai old
nurse puts the spoon In (he corner ..i
my mouth in a very uneasy way, nml
keeps tasting my milk bersell .ill
the while. She spilled nmifl in il
lust i.ij'.lii. ami, when I hollered, she
trot.icd me, That comeii .-t being ..
two days' nld baby. Ncvei mind,
when I'm a mau, I'll pa) her hark
good, There's a pin sticking in nu
ko«kI now, and n I say a wonl nbmil
it I'll be trotted or led, ami I would
rather have catnip ten. I'll tell you
who 1 am. 1 Iouud out today. I
heard folks say: 'Hush, don'l wake up
.lane's baby.' That's me. I'm
'.lane's baby,' and 1 suppose thai
pretty, white-laced woman over on
the pillow is .Ittnc. So, I nm mistaken, for a chap was in
now and wanted to see
baby, and looked at me,
was a funny little toad,
just like Charlie* He smelt
cigars, and I'm not used to thorn.
1 wonder who else I belong lo to.
Yes, there's another one—that's
*guin.i.' -lane told me, and then
she took ine up and held me against
her sort- check and suiil: 'It was
Oanmft's baby, so -it was.' I declare
I do not' know who I do belong to;
but I'll holler, and, maybe, I'll lind
■nut'."
here    just
Charley's
and said 1
ami looked
J
The best thing to give your enemy
Is forgiveness, to au opponent, tolerance, to a friend, your heart, tu n
child, a good example; to a father,
drfwne-p; t*i your mother, conduct
that will mnko her proud ol vou; to
yourself, respect; to all men charity,
The young man who says he cannot
succeed in sueh a country as this,
with all its magnificent opportunities, is the poorest kind of a stick.
Why, there arc men today who, when
they see that a young nian has thc
right kind nf pluck, are willing to
advance him money to build up his
business and give him a start. These
are th* young men, however, who
stick, dig and save. What others
have done can be performed today bv
our young men. They are in a great
measure the archltefets of their own
fortunes. I'pon themselves- alone
rests the responsibility. They
have it in their power to either make
or unmake, and every young man
should earnestly and seriously ask
himself which tt shall he.
A PICTURE FOR HUS1UXDS
Here is a picture whieh some husbands could study with advantage.
Many a man seems to regard these
household duties of the wife ns not
to be compared for a moment with
those which engross his attention, lie
expects, it business has perplcxcti or
made him anxious, to have his wife's
sympathy when he comes home al
night, but never tmngfncs that during the day anything could have occurred to trouble that wile. He re*
turns from his workshop or counting
room soured, perhaps, by some bad
•bargain, annoyed by a stupid workman nr unreasonable employer, morose from some ill spoken wont, and
expects to he received with smiles; it
matters not how surly may tie liis
looks, his wife must he, in dress, in
countenance, in words, all sweetness
aud amiability. He mav have no
pleasant wont, may lake his place
moodily at his table, but his wife's
words must be affectionate, and his
wife's looks full only of gladness.
What, he thinks, has she to trouble
her? And this when the poor wife
has, through a long and weary day,
hem toiling with family work and
vexatious care till her head is aching,
ami foot and hand and heart aro
son- with the worry. The tea is
dispatched silently, vary likely with;
somber complaints over thc trials he
has had during the day. ..r the closeness of the times; and then the evening paper is taken in hand and pored
over until the very advertisements
arc devoured, oj* the reader's face is
bowed upon the crumpled page in
sleep. Or it he be not weary enough
for that, he seizes his hat and
rushes for the club room or reading
room, or more probably for the
lounging place where such as he do
congregate* there, with the fragment
ol ci«r in hand nnd desultory talk
from his lips, he lingers till the noise
tit the closing shutters warns him
to leave. He goes at last home
again, because he can go nowhere
else. Meanwhile the wife has, with a
heavy bean and tired step, got the
little onw into bed, and, as best
she could, has worn away the long
hours of the evening in silence and
I loneliness. Should a thought of his
; seffishness or Injustice cross the
mind of Uw husband, he responds,
(With ready self-eomplacenev, "1 require relaxation, ami must see my
1 friends." The night is witness of
.the same or greater , lack of sympathy. Perhaps the babe is not
well, and is restless Rut that is
uot Ma business, lt matters not
that, the poor pale wife has had the
child in her arms through the long
day—a day's work with a sick habe,
one of the weariest ol mortal toils-
he must not be disturbed. We have
known such a husband provide a distant sleeping department that he
might not, he disturbed, and lie snoring in laden unconsciousness while a
frail wife, with swollen eyes a
limbs that almost refused to obey an
Iron will, was walking to and fro
with -his child. Of course this does
not apply to the husband of anv wife
.who reads this column. If it did we
| would suggest that yon cut it out
and paste it in his hat.
they  will  make   the evening      the
brightest part ol the day.
Any liusiiiess is more respectable
than what is termed loafing. A
young man had better sell dams by
ilie pailful than hang around public
resorts, murdering time and his own
reputation,
MAGISTRATE PRAISES
ZAM-BUK
Magistrate Rasmusson, of 202 Mar-
quette St., Montreal, writes "tfor
many years 1 was iron hied with a
serious eruption of the skin This
was not only unsightly, but it was
,.i times very painful. I fust tried
various household remedies, but these
proved altogether useless. I then
look medical advice. Not one, hut
several doctors in turn were oonsult-|
id, hm I was unable to get anv per
manenf relief. Some time hack
notice*] ,. report from a Justice o
the Pence (Magistrate Perry, .LP.
for II l\) who bad been cured of a
chronic skin disease hy  /ain-Uuk, and
I determined to give Oris halm a
tn..I Aftei a thoroughly fail lest,
I ean sn) I am delighted with it 1
have lhe best <>t reasons foi ihis
conclusion; because while everything
elsu l tried—salves, embrocations,
lies, snaps ami doctors' prepar*>
is i.iih.l absolute!) it. relieve my
pain and nd me .a mv trouble, three
boxes oi /.am-liuk worked a complete mie. In mv opinion Hns i.Uin
should in* even more widely known
than it is, and I hope that my ex-
t'li.'i- will lead othei sufferers who
in despair to uv tills herbal
healer, /,am-lluk."
For healing eczema, running sores,
cuts, bruises, burns, boils, eruptions,
itch, chapped hands, and diseases of
the skin Zam-lluk is without equal.
All druggists and stores sell it, &0e.
box or postpaid from Znm-Huk Co,,
Toronto.
ALL OVER
I THE  PROVINCE!
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Thr Hindus ol Vancouver have
brought nut a weekly newspaper,
printed in Knglinh, to champion their
.1. vv.  iii ri.iaiiii:
VHTFK.NAKV SUR0F.0N
lllll.lllllll...!  Illllll.il, \ .-l.-l illlll V
Co.li-wi, Tun .um, in ISlis,
iliii.luiili,     nn.l    Mf.li.ll.-I    nl
M.'Kllltp'i,    V.-li-i Iiiiiii*    llulll'ljll,
Cllim*;.i, in 1HIIII.
Nine    years'     >-*,■•„.iifiu-e    in
Yi-ti-riiniiy |>i:ii*t'.*t. in Miitiltolill.
I.lllio al Cr.nhrniili Hunt,
FREE MAP
Oli'
British  Columbia
Fruit Districts
Xogoilior witli pliotoKMptiB
find iiifnrnmtioii nlimit noil;
will of snppl): Lrnnsportittiim;
nuirkots; prions of fruits:
vi'tfi.'tiihh'S; poultry ami iltiiry
products, just published for
iln; prut cot Km uf prospective
M'tllors Mini I;iim1 buyers in
llrilisli Columbia, in whom
it is ;i necessity,   This witu.
illil.'    wnrk     will    III'    s.llt   tn
vnu absolutely froo o[ all
charges while tlio supply
lasts. Semi us your name
ami ail-Iivss lu-dity
KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASS'N
Ne. 3-J land Mrp't. NfiLSON, B. C.
1-11
Kernie is growing; There was a
teamster's sl-rlke there the ..thei
day.
A young Englishman, Richard
Bradbury hy name, was crushed to
death by a falling tree near Otreeii-
wood last week.
John Ar-hulhnot, at <<ne time
mayor of Winnipeg, and some New I
Vori, associates have formed a cow
pnnv With $U,(H)0,OOQ eapital to ex
phut eoal measures on Malcolm is
bind, --il ihe northern end of Van
eouver Island
irk is progressing rapidly up..a
erection of the new power line ol
Canndlnn Zinc eompany  at    Nel
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH II. McLEAN, Proprietor
All Classes of Secondhand Goods
BUYER  OF   HUMS
1,1.1.uuu* nf  All   Ki,,,.-, I«.ii.
N.ii mul Si'fi.n.l liiiinl
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
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JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Specialty
Aikens Block, Crnnbrook
A hnil, yard is to be established at
.tie, where a line deposit of blue Clay
has been lound.
The linn, -lames Dunsmuir, Mrs.
tiiniMiiuii and family sailed last Friday by the Kmpiess of Ireland for
England,
\ti Hie election of the benches of
the Hritish Columbia Law society on
April I, It. S. I.ennie, of N'elson, was
sleeted as one.
Ii is likely that a copper smelter
will be erected al Kamloops.
Lieutenant Governor Dunsmuir denies that he will resign tlio governorship and that he will sell out his
Hritish Columbia interests.
The Dominion government will ship
3.000 lobsters from New Brunswick
to Copper Cove, Vancouver, whither
this species ot Crustacea will thrive
on the Pacific coast.
It is said that ! I to tii a *^oy can
he taken from the Kindlay river
placers without going to bedrock.
Oeorge T. Kane, of Kaslo, has a
townsite near the mouth of the
S keen a river, which he, has called
Prince Uupert. As the Grand
Trunk Pacific had never registered
their townsite as Prince Uupert tho
registrar was forced to register Mr.
Kane's town as Prince Uupert.
Dr. Fagan, provincial medical
health officer, is looking up a location for a tuberculosis sanitarium for
advijaeed, hut not hopeless eases. A
loation ou un island located in the
Kraser valley is suggested.
Drs. Kendall and Rlggs, ol Vancouver, declare, that out of 110 babies
under one year old that died tn  that
[city last summer 100 perished by the
■effects of bad milk.
A provincial onler-in-coiincii      has
been passed that all hospitals receiving government aid must provide
limited accommodation for the
treatment of advanced eases of tuberculosis.
Nelson is lixiug up her race track
with ihe chain gang from the lockup.
Ccdio, who is charged with blowing
up the hotel at Niagara, 11. C, will
he Hied in Greenwood iu May.
.1. Peck MacSwain is travelling, it
is said, hy easy stages to Princo Uupert, where ho will start n Sunday
School  paper.
Siimmerland Is to have two newspapers, tlie Review and the Missionary Era.    That is one too many.
M. Hanson and John Koskie drilled
into a missed hole in the Nickel Plate
mine near Medley a few days ago and
were instantly killed,
Frank Fletcher, the well known
Nelson surveyor, is going to write u
hook on what the Scottish have done
for tho Kootenays.
The C. P. U. aro putting in place
steel bridges at Alamo, Lemon
Greek, and Murphy Creek, all in West
Kootenay.
The Australian cricket team that is
going lo Loudon for the Olympic
games this year will play several
games in Canada, including one in
Vancouver.
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{"STEWART'S"!
Tlm I.i**i.|inij Fruit Rt.in-
llllliKN ONIONS       SI'IN.tCH
llu    HO.'SR I.KII'IIK
llll-R  TO.1UT.lKil
Allium II...ly
Clmi™ mlwtlnn i.l HinhniiM Pln„t«
ST.-IVAHT'S HXIi ITIiirnl.ATKS
HUGH STEWART
Phone 75     •     Armntrong Ave. ♦
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The Oriynian »h<»responds 4
promptly to orders
THAT IS WfiRDEN
11,* lll-lk'-D ii ■.|ii,i'iiill.v uf all kin,].
TRANSFRR BUSINESS
AN'li MOVING PIANOS
hv,.iiiiniii i*i.iii*l'iiriiiiiii.*iii'ivi..l
VnMv. lull luui l,Mt.-r rail II|i
.VliltDKN
.. INDIES TIIK BEST OP COAI.
Alan ilollvnn, SIKIAII illr.rtll	
lll,*r.*li *.i tin* .null ll.-» in!,.
-..I,, j pi,,to tin- ri-i.ul
liii.li.
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S===^^=  I   Ev«ry well regulated lamily ought
to be a   littlo    thealer  ami concert.
THE HERALD, ONLY $2 A YEAR &?__*&?££
NO MORE VOLUNTEERS IN KNG
LAND
London, April 1.—With the strik.
of midnight Great Britain's volunteer army became a thing of the
past, after an existence of 48 years
and the territorial army, Introduced
hy Secretary I laid .me, reigns instead. The volunteer forces through
out the country celebrated their
"last post" at their respective head-
quarters by dinners and
other celebrations, the ttfr
t Hi ties, however, taking on eorne-
what rf a sad character owing to the
disappearance of the old association.
Most ol thc gatherings were attended
by veterans and friends of tho service, who exchanged old memories.
As midnight struck there were stirring scenes as to who would he the
first to enlist in the new body, many
hundreds being thus recruited, and in
some cases practically the whole re-
i  gimeitt took the new regimental title
2 in the new force.
♦ f ho   celebrations    included proces-
♦ sions,    volley     firing, juggler revels,
▼ fete., while in London, Dover       and
•ther places, full size coffins were
home through the street, followed by-
volunteers,   to   represent the defunct
FRED  ROO
Tin- well-known General Merchant
IS
pleased to mako
THE
announcement that lie carries all  kinds
nf merchandise, and received the
BIGGEST
slock of Fishing Tackle ever seen  here
Some jVitiuiis person might call me a
LIAR
Bul Fred Uoo i.-i happy
IN
knowing ihnt In* busn reputation in
ELKO
for vorncit) wln'eli is wortli more tu him
Llmu untold gold.
Dealer In. -
Hardware
Harness and Saddles
ti
j Miners'   and   Pros-
!    peciors' Supplies
Dry li.mils
Groceries
**
Ran Purs
m
Produce
*
1 ruit quJ Cnui)
m
Indian Curloi
ant
Flihhn Tickle that
Catches the I i>h
I
I THE KOOSVILLECASH STORES |
| FRED ROO, Pre»rl«tor
♦ ROOSVIL1.E, B.C. LLKD. I!
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X CALGARY.  ALBERTA
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
This lintel has alwtiys been tho loader
in ils lino, ami will ho. kept up to the
standard. If yuu wimt to moot the
pooplo, come to  tho Queen's Hotel,
I   Queen's Hotel, Calgary "
I. STEPIIESS
r_..i'nihT..h
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Now and .Strictly t'iret-Class
American Plan, $2.60 |ht day up
Tblbphone .
HOTEL 5T. FRANCIS
Chas. Hastxev, Proprietor.
Cor. Seymovir and Cordova St«.
OppustuC. 1'. H. Station
Vancouver, B. C.
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sasssssaHSSESja-sfiBBfiBtaEBssBSBjg
ES SI
1 Canadian Hotel |
j_3 One of the pioneer hotels of Cran- Q
gj brook.   Warm rooms, good meals $&
jg and a bar stocked with the best S5
m &
» ,       es
1 Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
$ Si
MHS3SHSS_aSHBHflaBffiHja33E90E5H
Wentworth Hotel
CORHETT It CO.. Proprietor,
CRANBROOK
B. C.
SI
I
at thoy talk about.
I Ins i-lb.; I      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ubo nre "they" 1
The people.
Why do " they " talk ?
On loyoimt of tlu* pood meals, tbe comfortable rooms, Uie excel*
lent service, mid the cordlaLcourteons treatment accorded lo all. Eat a
muni ul iin* Wentworth and you become a Wentworth booster.   Try it.
*m^mmmmm
WLWElBmWB.
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
O. M. ViuiWortmr, I'roprlolor.
HANSON AVE - - - ORANBROOK
Morses, stoves, ti.*iv and second
ti.mil furniture, stoves, tinware,
orockery, glassware, anything uul
everything Irom n white clophattl to
a white uiousn.
You'll lie Burprised how lur your
dollar will stretch at our store. Come
and pnze upon us and our stock,
It will save you money anil put a
smile on your lace.
• force.
CONTRACTS AWARDF.li
Ottawa,   March   30.—An   nriler-in-!
-i<i<i I'loinvi- im z i council    has been   passed   .iwanhnc
n.i.1.1 H...M. ♦ wmtracts lor six   sections „f       tto,
OHlra III Uranhroos Domlllloek   •» | TriiiiscimMnar.nl   railway,   aRBreKat-i
Ww*    ninnnCIU   X  Ing 3.M mllw.    Three nl the sections,
.   D.   WUKOtlN    Z  are in New Uninswick, Iwo in On.nr-i
w X  io and one in Quebec.     In each cam-
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*     FOR SALE     !
| One Team Pure-Bred Qray |
Percheron Mares
Weight 1300 uml 1350. Well
broken, gentle: work together or
single.—Apply
.1. II. EDMONDSON,
Procter. U. 0,
| Handley Livery and
Feed Stables
rue    EST IS Nhm: TOO
i.,OOU Ful:  CRANBKuuK
\vf: esdkavoii ro h'iimsii
TIIK BBS"!
Rigs, Riding Horses  and
Mack Horses lor any
part of the
District
WE WANT TO SATISFY YOL'
|    BAXTER  & LANGIN
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> CRANBR00K-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE |
President : T. S. iuu.
Bocrttafry; Giorqs A so worth
| For iiiloniiaiiun regarding luml
, an.l   agricultiiM1   applv   tn tbe ,
, Sfi'teury, Oranbrook, li. ('
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« ■ ♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦% THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
99.00 A YEAH
TIIK   PAPEIl   THAT   IS   BEAD   BY   TIIK   1'KOIM.K
APRIL »,  IOON
Clt.VMiliOIIK
Uf  tilt lleralil
llKUAI.D
l'i»,llrtiii.g Compauy,
Limited
Kd.tol aud llaiiagct.
towns'.'    No.    They send to Western will be placed in   Copper Cove, Va
people .1 beautifully illustrated cata- conver Island     There an- already
logne anil show,   wliat seem to     be numlier m Victoria.
verv    attractive   prices, but it must	
t* remembered, that express has   to*   ijeutonnut Governor Dm
be added ami that one does not   see reported    In   have told a
the goods. As a matter nt lact
anybody ean btiy goods, everything
considered, just as cheaply and **t
equal quality from the nu'ii'li.nits ol
Cranbrook as Irom i.n- mail order
houses o. the east.
pnpor that business was n>
as it  might lie in llritisli
cspevialh in eoal    mining.
of tins ii  if   ven
that .Mi. Dunsmuir
Montreal
as good
'"liunliia.
In spite
enerolly reported
li'ain*d up a mil.
The Herald Is worth tin a year, ll
co.ls only U. No mau in South
l.nsl Koo.euay cau allow lo he without .1, aud everyone living outside ol
tlie district, who is lu.eieslcd lu the
■ regress ol this section, sliould lead
it. it publishes the uews while il is
uews. It is euutlolU'd absolutely lif
lbe published. No clique, parly or
individual ilie.ales Its policy. ll
dou'l Ity lo please the people. Its
desire i> lo publish a newspaper tbat
will be a credit to lbe uuiiuiuuiiy.
Scud iu your subsciipliou and yuu
w... be ibaiiklul ever alteiwaid.
Advertising rates S. pet iueh pri
monlii, ui, more and uo less.
Reading matter >j ceuts pri Hue
lo non-advertisers; 10 cuts tier hue
to regular advertiseis.
II ynu desire to reach tbe pe-.ple ol
Soutll East Kuotenay you must ad
vi-rtisi- in Tlie Herald.
Tbe Herald lias a ftrat-dlass job
plant, and its wolk is ot the best.
Tbe Herald don't waul charity, it
wants a square deal on your lob
woik. II we can't suit yuu in quality ami price, kick, and send your
work to some Cheap .lobu house lu
the east that never spends u i-eut in
Cian.irook.
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MOKE   THAN I
5,630 *\ Month)
.'illation of the Hf
I'i
■j*tm .it..I sitljwjri|f
open Ui iiivt-Biiya-
adyertlitera at anv
tion bet.
I inn by
lime.
Tbo lleiabl givea » dollim
in vahiu ior n dullaiiu money. Theadvettifier ban ibe
right to know what be Io
receiving for Ida money.
Tbu Herald i? one ptiper
that fOitrlH itive.Htiiination.
tjftj*}tj*}9jf0^^*}tj*}tjf0jf^
CIRCULATION STATEMIINI
I, V K. Simpson
Cnnhcouk Herald,
thai the prossman'i
thut I liuvu ovecy
that the t in nlatioii
the
86,
past   seven
nf) copies, divided
July 	
August 	
September 	
October 	
November 	
Deoemher ..;	
Jiiiuiary  	
Issue of February (J ,
Issue of February 13 .
Issue ol Kebruary 20 .
Issue id February 27.
manager uf Undo hereby state
liooks show, and
casou lu believe
-f thc Herald lor
mouths bus been
follows:
..i.tuo
.A ,830
..4,485
..S.H " ft
. t wn
..5,838
..I,bb5
..1,165
..1,165
.1,165
,1,325
..4.7B0
February
Issue ol March    5 1,170
Issue of March 12 1,170
Issue of March 1ft 1,800
issue ol March 36 1,170
March   5,,'ilO
Total for nine months.. Iti ,E*90
For the last   four mos.5,1130
Subscribed and sworn lo before me
this   30th   day ot Mareh,  I20B,    at
Cranbrook, B. C.
•lohn Hutchison,
A
of Kootenay, Hritish Columbia.
lt is only fail to bay
ling'n second "letter to
is a decided improvement
His lirst letter was uu ih
hi tli** way over on the
..ii,.-   lie   had   really see;
seeoml i> ,i   wonderful
minion and really allow
work.     Tho following, dc
that Kip
the family'
on tlio lirst.
niht writ tei
tVtiantlc be
i us. Tin
piece ol des
t Canada a
Tipi
is .listnirih
thu lady
,1    a tall
ndiaii
lasturplcce:
"Tho oilier day I saw
hcraoll in tho ibapo i
woman ol twcnty-flvo or six,
waiting for her tram at a nirwt
comer. She woru Iter almusl
tlaxeii-gold liair waved, ami
parted low im the forehead, beneath a black astrachan tonque,
with a red enamel maple leaf hatpin in one side ol it. Tbis was
the one hiuch uf color except the
lllcket ol a buckle mi the shoo.
The dark, lallor-made dress had
nu trinkets or attnolimi-nt-s, but
fitted perfectly. She stood for
lierhaps a minute without any
movement, both hands—i Ight
ban-, left gloved—inmgiug iniUiral-
ly al her sides, ihe very lingers
stilt, the weight ol lbe superb
body carried evenly i.n both del,
.out the profile, whieii was that of
(indium ui Aslatiga, thrown oul
against a dark si une column,
wbal struck mo most, next to
the srave, tranquil eyos, was her
slow, unhurried breathing In the
hurry about ber. She was evidently a regulai fare, for when
her train stopped she smiled at
tin- lucky conduction; and the last
1 saw of her was a Hash ..( tlie
sun un the red maple leaf, tin-
full face still lighted hy that
smile, and her hair very pale
gold against t he dead black lur.
Jtut the power of the mouth, the
wisdom of the brow, Hie human
comprehension of the eyes, and
the out-striking vitality t.i the
creature remained. That is how
1 would have my country drawn,
were I a Canadian—and bung in
OtUvwa Parliament house, fur the
discouragement of prevaricators."
People who keep chickens in towu
should at this time prepare to keep
them fenced in so thut they will not
damage the gardens and lawns.
li.m dollars out oi bis coal mines
last   year and is    iiuvv  on to tiie
Mediterranean in his new steam
yacht, while lus Chinamen in the
mines are digging out another million fur next  year.
' There is a goud deal ut discussion
golug <>ii in Hi.- papers as to the location ul ihe proposed game preserve. Whether tho ground suggest
ed by Mr. Hornaday, ol New York,
ur that proposed hv c. M. bid wards,
[ul Cranhrook, be selected, ono tact
iwill always remain clear and that is
that Mr. Kd wards suggested a game
•.reserve years before Mr. Honuul.iy
'ever saw Bast Kootenay, nnd turther
with over twenty years residence
Kasi Kootenny C. M. Kd wants is
more apt in know tbe best portion
nf country than a man who has only
pnld it n visit now and again.
The sworn circulation of the Her
iid is an   average uf nii'-ih copies per
month. Advertisers like t" see what
thev are getting and with (hu Herald
they can eoiuo and see tin* sworn
statement, luok at tbt- eirculatiun
bunks and then see the wheels
around and the paper proline
There is no deception about the
Herald's circulation. The advertisers gel a run for their monoj every
lime and it is one ol tbe lew newspapers Uiat lets the advertiser know
wbal be is getting lot Ihe monej In
invests.
Kmnia     Goldman,
(jticcn,  wlm lias been
Winnipeg,  has been hn
I uited States!
the anarchist
lis luring in
ned from    llie
Tin
dust
S Hying .
is work
j Sir Wilfrid Laurier Is ruining west
in -June. The premier will have a
warm welcome in Cranhrook,
I Tin* resumption of the Soo-Spokane
Flyer means a great deal to Cranbrouk. It will cause a great deal
more passenger trafllc and will therefore insure work for mure railway
men, both iu running these trains and
in the simps and rodndhuuses.
Duncan Hoss will receive tbe
nomination at the Liberal convention
to be held in Vernon next week and
he should, lor the good work he has
dune us member of parliament in
causing  railway competition iu
his
term
It- seems  now as if    the Dominion
election     may not take place       Ior district.     No man, during hi:
mother vear   or eighteen       months,  iu parliament, has done sueh      goon
On Tuesday   a deputation ot     about work fur many years.
1011 prominent business men of   Mon-j ——
treal waited upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier' The people of the Canadian Middle
to urge the necessity of building a Wesi and the people ot thr North-
branch cimneeting that eity with tbe! western States are realizing more awl
eastern terminus of the Grand Trunk more every day that South Kast
Pacific terminus. Whilst the prem-, Kootenay is destined to become a
ier agreed that this should he   done, great fruit country.
he did not consider it necessary   fori 	
the matter to be brought up at tn* I William Galliher will be a candi-
present session of parliament lie- dale al the next Dominion election to
cause the present parliament did not succeed himself as member for Koi>-
expire for eighteen months vet and tenay. Mr. Galliher has represented
tbat left plenty of time for the gov- lhc district and represented It well
ernment to deal with the question be-'and there is not a Conservative
fore the next election.
Spring is here, the boys are practicing baseball and lacrosse, the
smaller boys are playing marbles, the
meadow larks arc singing and the
trout are rising tu the fly. All the
harbingers of spring are here.
ibe Kootenays that can defeat him.
LK\D GOING  UP
The Uelfast Telegraph
fore its readers   farts about Canada thi
Karlv
offered
per  IUU
which,   by
I price iu a
laying he- ing World.
''    market
iu   the year lead was freely
fur sale   at, as   low as $3.60
Its. f.     o.   b. New   Vork,
by lhe way,   was the lowest
lung while, says the Min-
This demoralization     iu
the result of the ag-
just    as   they are.      The Telegraph gresslve   competition   of independent.
savs lhat one of    the best evidences producers whieh compelled the Amcrl-
that Canada is a good place to    go ean Smelting A  Refilling eompany to
In is the fact  that IHI per cent of the  withdraw       as    the    so-called  "lead
people   who go   there stay and   send trust."   There is also no doubt that
for their friemls. the agitation   fur a congressional In-
„ I vestIgntlon   of tiie "smelter trust's"
ladies in    the lead market hastened
The aminnnccmenl  that a boy was radical action by its managers,      so
killed by wolves at Caron, Saskalehe- today there is a free tight for   what
wan,   should   he sufficient   to induce Utile   business is     offering.     During
the l.-.iidon Daily Mail to warn    its the past week or two the market has
ileis not tn send buys to Canada, revived nnd   the   price has advanced
  Vt per Dm lbs, the highest price since
i,, ...    .i-ic^r,!!.'   ttimi it,.« th. ear')'    '»   December.      It' is thought
by the Rev. II. S. Magre in an interview with the Toronto Globe, wouhl
notary public In and for the County I** difllctill tfl ■■■■<•     The ReV„ gentle-
nf  i/...v*ta.n.,o    u.-.f.^. _*•».._ *.-..       man is reported tn     have said: 'Tbe
dark    spot in     It,  C,    is the     Kootenays."
There in lhe Kootenny country
haps $5 per HM) Its. at an early date.
J OBSERVATIONS   I
■^        HY TIIE OU. HAN. »
*».3-J.->.j.J1,.-,.-,.*,.-,*(*.e,e.-B,-,,t,,l.l.v.e*;
SOMETHING Tt. CONSIDER
Kor the tenth time, as the "brauti-
liil spring time comes," the Herald
has to remind its readers that, just
as -the young man's laney turns to
thoughts ol love" so do tin down-
east uuiil order houses turn Iheir
thought of issuing tbe various editions <>( the Canadian bihlr. The
mail order house, with its attractive
catalogue, is a big temptation to
some people, but il » lew things
were considered, and properlv considered, tin* niail order house' wool I
get very little business Irom Uie
west. Stop and think lor a moment. Who pay the major portion
ol tbe tales ol the city ol Cranhrook? The merchant*. Who help
lit a large degree to make real «*■
tote i« the town more valuable, day
by day, liy carrying large stocks and
making this a business center? The
merchants. I. anything is wanted le
the way ol money Ior any object, be
thr labor rnnditinns .end lo innki
llu* people godless anil irreligious,
the  extremes o.    atheistic, anarchistic     Socialism   are   rampant
.md the brothel ami whiskey simp
go together to degrade men."
\ man   who   eould     lie guilty    ol
making thc   alien* statement is   not
a tit person to lip a minister of   the
gospel.     The truth Is noi in      him.
In view ol the .ae. thai there are
several comparatively lull buildings
in town now, it has been suggest,*.!
thai the council purchase a U.e sav
ing ner for the tire department s..
that sh.iiil*! someone tn* caught ill an
upstairs room w it li means of
shut  nil tilltiy eollld bv saved.
HKIlAl.li A    0IIEAT   ADVERTISING MEDIUM,
II is a f i-i 1.1 in l.v that tin* Herald is
t g.Nul advertising medium. In this
issue there appeals all advi-rlisi-meiit
whieh eotiies Irom .Manchester, Virginia. A h*lter also has reached the
Herald today from a customer tn a
•li.-liinl part nl the distrit-l saving:
'Tul,,- ..ul   my   advertisemelit.   I am
iIi.ikIiiI with Applications."
HILL & COMPANY
THEBIGSALE
IS OVER
And it was a great success in every way. People
from all over the district took advantage of the low
prices, and dollars never went so far before in the
purchase of merchandise in Cranbrook. The cash
returns and the volume of goods sold was a
magnificent tribute to the price cutting policy inau*
gurated at the opening of the Sale and carried
through to the close, last Saturday night.
Our Stock Is Still Too Large
And we propose to cut it still lower during the
month of April.   We have the goods, in
Men's Clothing.Boots, Furnishings
and the Very Latest in
Dry Goods and Ladies' Wear
We demonstrated to the public the past three weeks
that we meant business. We propose to give a
still greater demonstration during the month of
April.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
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spo
A clause in one ol the bylaws    . i
the eity of Winnipeg provides fot      ., I
warning being given to owners       of
iIors* which make a practice of bar.
ing   at horses   on   the   streets.    It I
the nuisance Is not abated the own-
en are liable to a   penalty.      Such
• bylaw would he a good thing     in
Cranbrook.
Alderman Ives, ol 1-ethhrldge,
lects to the manner in which
_La..'".'i''•oiitllity or a matter ol proceedings at council meetings ..,.*
•port tbe Cranhrook men ol business .reported and claims that* although the
»re bere, and without hesitation, reporter mav take down exactly what:
?iJT,~! S,. ™Y'th.r ■*• «• "" an alderman savs, slill the speaker
Eii , wJlal do 'he down eastmayn.it mean einctlv what liis I
Tl,** . a T* '" .'"r the wnrt word" ■"■I**** TW» .» »» tn.eenough!
SIIlL. n..l A"J?r Wf... "' but reporters are not, es a rule, I
t-hewest.     Do they help to build   Up mind readers •
t*e towns nl   the west!    Do    tkey ——— I
live any  money   towards the public    Three   thousand lobsters are being'
■ttlitim in    the sports   ol   Western Imported to British Columbia      and
Mouse Cleaning
To In-lp you K'i-1 riilnf llu* iviiii.i*i*'s,*i,.|.
In. i. ni uf .lust, wis r.-i'iiiiiiiiiiiil:
iiiiii
lif ll.l. 1)1-ST. lnW. |ji„-U.*,u>.<
IK.H.II.N WI.ST l*ti\VI>i;i; i;,,...
1,11*1.11..,.
.'!.,,.
I'EAKLISE. 2 iwckutB (ur
•i.li1
UILliBT'H I.VK. twn tins I'm*
2oe
KT.EXZINli.jier jsukit               in,
BATO1.10, 2 haw for
,20e
25c
AMMONIA, 1 full ,|iinrt bottle
OLD DUTCH 01.KANSBR. per tin,
WIN-AMI. |sr pn.ki-1      .
VIM. fnr metnle, (ier tin
2'--|r
Ine      •
In,-
20c
Hie
•SUNNV MONDAV" SOAI>   looses
dirt as il by magic
G.   T. ROGERS
CRANBROOK
THE GROCER
i, Mitts. I'niii-y unit Impoi
io.l rliii.u   im ill,,.
B. C.
I.AIMKS' I.ISLE HOSE, Fancy I *ici* KronU and Kinbroiilered.  Tam.
an,l l.lnik.   JIES*H HII.K AND Wool, SOX In lliey uml Tnn rfliiuW
Summer Hose
A littlo
•nrly In lull, i.
f iiittniiii-r wi'iir.
Vnu
will Will
t il hooii, nml
wi- wunt .ynu tn 1
now
ll.- CUT
* tin- In-st \u-
•nn liny in Imsle
>'-
AllSSi-
S'    TAN    AND    HI.A0K
0OTTON  HOSE,
»>.r...
nizt-s n lo Iil.
Wi/CH
H In 71 uml 8
, prlco 	
UOo
MISSE
S'    TAN    I
ASIIMEKES.
riiilji-i
. double knoi'
spliei'il Ins-Is.
Size *
.
IKto
Sizi-s
JJltuli.!   	
llmi
Size
Ilk:
Sines
7J Ami 8	
•15c
BOYS'
BLACK VVUUSTED HOSE
ilu.nbl
- knees, sizes
1 to'10.   Price,
iii-onri
intr tusizi!	
 H-H- tr
flOo
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jj Spring Neckwear, Shoes and Hals}
' W/'' aPP**°'"l°'•"'''"-''t'1"1 these three Items ure uocessnry in the outfit of a man's .vartl-
', W robe. In the first, you want to bo smart uml stylish; in the second, vou want couiforl
[   mul stylo: in tin- third, you require suitableness mul style.
MEN'S TIES
Over .MM) Now Tios jusl
rocoivod Info stock. N.>
nlil nl.;iji.n or stylos in In-
fiiuiiil amongst thin now
l.d.
MEN'S TIES
In Silks woven nt liome
nn.l abroad.   All llie now
BOASOu's     i-i. Ili-il      Bllnpt'S.
Colors uml patterns thai
itill appeal t.. ever) man
wlio cures ;i jot foi Iii-
apponranee,
Prices .soc, 75c., und $1.00 each
A. Leltch visited Ryan Ihe end
last week.
.1.lines Smiley, ol Waldo, i\.,s     in
tuwn last Saturday.
Timber Inspector Carney came into
Cranbrook on Friday.
.Mrs. I.o.isl.v, ol .Siriliii, u.,s       in
Cranbrook on .Saturday.
~\. Dojle was out at liis tie camps
at the end ..I last week.
Miss IluHie,    ol    Moyie,  was        in
Cranbrook on Saturday.
I*;. C Smith, of WyctiHc. was      in
jCranbrook on Saturday.
I   W. Voung, of Kingsgate, was     in
'('ranbrook "last Saturday.
.lames    Hates,   C.l'.lt. fire warden
visited J all ray on .Saturday.
Kaster     novelties:    lags,   rabbits,
chicks, ducks, etc.—The Palm.
I    A.  Harvey returned iloln
i...,si at the end ol la-rt week.
Thomas <-.,lc- lisimi Wardner
Moylo .it the end of last week.
Robert Iti.lisiui, ol Mayook, wai
. 1.mij k at tin* end fi the \\i*ek
F.  Yeager, ol Marys,ill,*, was
01    Dr. Hutledee, vs. visited Mayook    Easter
IK>
th,
stcrday.
Oblel nl Police    C.
Klk.   ihis week.
... Uuu, .,( tin* K.li-
I1..I  Movie yesterday.
...   l.indblail, ol Cs
is at the Cosmopolite
Kaster     novelties.
chicks, ducks, etc.—'
C. A. Oaskill. ol
registered at the r.
Tuesday.
Mix.' McAllister
fat, of Glasgow, Se
Cranhrook.
II. I.. Sawyer, ol
Marysville, was 1
Royal yesterday.
McVittie &   Parker    have   opened
their surveying and engineering olhee
t-*d
Alberto,
rabbits.
The Palm.
Kimberley,     wai
isiii,,|i..lit.ui       ot
clu.
Dr. F
luis re-o
Arms.ro
.iiii.-.l
novelties     Kggs,   rabbits,
lui  -    ti -The Palm,
I King lias returned and
*" bis dentistry "dice on
*. enue and  .s readv       to
1AMK PROTECTIVO ASSOCIATION Til BE FORMED
.iCtU
nl
.■III,
Bt   the  round  h
the   .I.IL !•-   , I    ||„.    ply.
Ill  future the  1,1111   [
1 Wis
prep.
provinei
and.
lie
i.l     A In. .1 Moi
.land,  are        in
gistered
thi
this
manager
at  ElKo,
the
gistered at tin*   Royal hotel on   Kri-    \
day. holt
Mrs     tl.    Iiiuiii I Marysville, avei
wgs 111 Cranbtook nt the end ol last!   M
the Reid block
I   A.    F, Krapfel,
and North star null
town 1,11 Tuesday.
Kred lt. I.yne, representing llrail*
streets -Mi-rcautile agency, was in
Cranhrook during tlie week,
iil wares.
1. McArtl
window
stole.
is ,,  main
' ..t   lllll
'<•• '.!  sluing styles -.n
ts and -.hues   and
h..s decorated a \,-n
.um* lhe latest crea-
"i the making of mens
Fm.. Mercantile com-
\ nicotiing «... held at the   Crnnbrook hotel on the Ith uf April   Ior
v    being Hie purposo ..I discussing the lorma-
.ii'iliinilcilj'i'i'i of .1 (lame Protective associa-
t.>rv tol'iou lor tin- Cranbrook electoral district.
Mr. \. Leitch was appointed chairman ami Mr. C. M Kilwar.ls sceri-
t.ny in-, tern, lu order to give publicity tn' the aims of the meeting it
was decided to call a meeting at tbe
"ranbrook hotel on April Uth at
V-.ii p.m. to lorm an association, and
in the meantime through the press
and other means advertise the lact
lin onler to net as i.ir.,* a niembei-
cently   .If-, ship .is possible.
rovincial land
iiiiiihsI in lliis
British Colum-
in-ll at    bonis
. 1.i-i iv.ck hy
in, lor heiru
ing a disturb-
THE SLATER SHOE
Wo k,...p tin- (I EN I'IN K
SLATER SHOE, with the
price marked nn eaeli aline.
SEE OUR WINDOW SHOW
THIS WEEK
The Ht.u. or Ckhtainty "
THE SLATER SHOE
One point lli.it sli.nil.l
appeal in vnu.' is that
these Mlini's bear iln*
i'uii.n Label Nn. :*)5t).
Wo carry over 500 pnirs
nf Slater Shoos in stork.
Try 11 pair. We run lit
nny sltapo nl'  foot.
Prices $4 50, $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 a pair
OUR DERBY HATS
Wo lmve two different
makes of Stiff HatB in
stuck. Wilkinson, tin English milk.-, nml tin- Sti-t.
son, an American mnko.
Tlio prices tire
$3.00 and $5.00 each
OUR SOFT FELT HATS
In a greal range of shapes
and colors. We have Iho
shape for ovefy stylo nr
idea. Everything now
and fresh, (live us u
.•nil m .mv iim,..    Prices
$2.50 to $5.0.) each
i BURNS BROS.
THE STORE FOR J
CLOTHES, HATS AND TOGGERY |
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week,
F. Taylor,
nas in Crnnhi
week.
li. It.  Vales
! liuspl
Arrow Head lakes, "ess,
a I tin* end „i    lbe     Mn
ranbrook
Hans, .ii
the
. Ill
glsl
Friday.
Ml
oi Win:
II..lei
i.inlirook  i.n
C. K.  Kendall, of Waldo, was
gistered al   tin*  Hotel Crnnbrook on
Monday.
K. Russell, ol I.iiiils, y. Ontario,
was registered al the Royal hotel on
Saturday.
('. W. Cirtnin, ol Hamilton, Ont.,
was registered at tbu Hotel t'ran-
brook last Saturday.
1 z'
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
TO THE BLIND
what we saynbo.il mailers optical, but how about yotiTsolff
Are yon concerned alioiifc your eyes? We do tint charge for
examination mul will toll you plainly ami honestly the exact
condition nf ymir eyesight.
0,!i*i„l   IViit.l,    Inspector   W.     F.     TATE
,or  ('*  ''*  -i -The   Jeweler"
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I Watch Our Window
POR A REAL  IIM-
"COON  CHASER"!
IMPORTED AT A  I.AR.II*  EXPENSE  PROM
THP SWAMPS OP  LOUISIANA  HV
J.  D. McBride
HARDWARE CRANHROOK, H.C.
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$ IMPORTED FROM FRANCE
*
1
*
*
1  W. H. WILSON.
SEE  MY  WINDOW
THE
JIM HILL
CIGAR
3   FOR   25c
THE BICGEST SNAP IN TOWN
c. Mcdonald
MASONIC BLOCK, CRANBROOK
A nice lin; uf compasses, also opera and Held
(Ilasses. These goods arc 11111111 mured by
••l.ennire ,•<; Clniints Bros," which is sufficient
pro if Ih il Ihey arc lhe hiRhest class of K-ands ob- *
lainablc. Opera and Field Glasses Irom $7.(1(1 lo
$21111 Cm. Mv-;, from $1.50 It. $11.01).
Jeweler .\t\-\
(jrmtimtcOptlcinrv
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HILLCRESTl
THE   PITTSBURG  OF   CANADA
nlluiiti-d wl-bln h'Sfl ".hu in..-iiiilrof tin'iiMito
Uli,n  llu-.-. ,|iiiiil.'i-» <>( ti  mil>> ..(tin. Itellt-vli-*
t 11 mil" .1' ill" M'W'l'' I."'il inino, vvltlitn tlirm-
i'Ii I'lillii-n 1 ninl ivUlltiaiio-linlf mituol tin-Hill.
Tlio lowu ol llil..-.i
I'lltriilH'i' <■( tlii< l*'ni'.k ml »•
iniiii'. wiiliiii tlir.'.'-i|M 11,■'! •
i|imrit<rN ni' 11 mill. nf .In- I..
<'M'Bt mhii'.
THE TOWNSITE WIL   BE OPENED SHORTLY
An hitel waling TBS THOUSAND D0M<A1M bas ju«i t.(-n tl l«hwl ami lli*
l.im tint'i- h.-iiur iiis'nll.-l Thern are ill endy f.in.v k v...i l.ml.|in*u« in llie
I.nvii T-H- IIH.l.t'llKSl' MIST, t WHOM. nv..riu.M batwwin $\r*fim tun)
*j.-|.ii.ii imt 111 mi,li. wlni,. ll oiolilliol payroll • 1 lliv miiicK mi it million llm
Ill-All I tills* l>I llll'HI I
mm fit Month, All rron Mines Within One Mile of Town
I- i.'.-..i 1'it-. will I..- a iiu wl -li.iriiv.   Mill.ivHi. no«i1 Imn 1 n uu tU mnr-
kt't fur Iwn v.-irn mul I111-1 liv nil i.->In proven Itw-ll tin* liiirln-t j-rrudi' att'iiui
run) iu (.'nu ol t.   It hurtlHfl ivlillm null uu.i iH ul.si.l.iti-ly frwj In.in MlllkOW,
Knr Inrtli.-i |.iirli<ultimi|i|.ly In
C P. HILL,  HILLCREST, ALTA.
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THE HERALD, ONLY $2 A YEAR
LUCAL NOTES
♦Mt**
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY KY
ASKINO QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE
(\ Mi BMwards visilcd ri-rnic on
Monday.
Patmoro   Bros .    tinners, plumbers
n.l s'ti'.iiii fitters.
I>. Hrwltenridee. ol Wardner, w.is
in town on Tursday.
A. V.. Walts, of Wattsbiirfr, was in
'ranhrtmk on Tuesday.
i'hus. Ailams, ol Hosmer, was in
'ranbrook on Tuesday.
Robert Forbes, o! Calgary, was in
t'ranbronk  last Monday.
A. II. I-Vitwick, n[ Fort Steele, was
in Cranlirook on Monday.
Bruce I,t\iveits, of Vancouver, was
in Ct.inl)roolv on Tuesday.
F-astvr novelties: Ktss, rabbits,
cliieks, ilueks,- etc.—Tlie Palm.
Mrs. Hodges, of Burko, Idaho,
was in Cranbrook last Monday.
Conductor McLennan is building a
iitbstantial foiire around Ids place.
I*. It, Yates, of Wyeliffe, returned
>u Monday from a trip to Calgary.
Cut (lowers for Easter at Campbell A Manning's. Leave orders early.
(.'. C, Yleh and F. Eugen, ol Saskatoon, were Cranbrook visitors last
Monday.
William McDougall- ot Moyie, was
registered at the Hotel Cranbrook
on Monday,
Vie. ttafltilnler, one of Movie's
vvoll known -hotel keepers, was in
town on  Tuesday.
W A.N'T ED—Second band cook stove.
Apply .lus, II. McLean, OM Curiosity
Shop, Cranbrook, B.C. 3-tI
O. E. Henderson and 0. E. Henderson, jr., of Bull river, were in
Cranbrook on Tuesday.
Andy 0-oo(|, the giant hotel man of
Crows Nest, was in Cranhrook between trains on Monday.
Frank B. VanDcear has been spending several davs in fixing; up Ins
motor runabout, The Royal.
Mrs. Soper, of Kimberley, and her
daughter Mrs. Frank MeMahon, were
Cranhrook visitors on Monday.
H. Kerhel and William .lohn. of
Alma Center, Wis., were guests at
the Hotel Cranbrook on Tuesday,
M. II. King, manager ot tho King
Lumlier Mills, Umtted, returned on
Monday from a trip to I-ethbridgc.
I Steam, but waler anil hot air heating systems for your home or store,
, scientifically proportioned and installed. l,et us engineer your work
and it will be complete.—Patmore
Bros.
Tomatoes, asparagus, onions, let-
tice and radishes always iresh at
Campbell &   Manning's.
A. J. Miller, a prominent rancher
ol Skookumchuck, was in Cranbrouk
ior a few hours on Saturday.
F. Warring, representing R. <*-
liuiui & Co. s mercantile agency, was
in Cranbrook on Saturday.
C. A. Oaskill and wile, ol Kimber-
:ty, were staying at the Conmopoli-
Un at the end ol last week.
A, A, Vernon, who was connected
with the Watlsburg mill for some
lime, is now located in Nelson.
Mis. S. (iault, of Kitchener, was
brought to the Si. Eugene hospital
on Friday for medical treatment.
Tortoise shell ware. The newest
creation in iindcrgla/e, decorated
earthenware.    See Kink's window.
Mrs. .1. P. Fink and her children expect to leave shortly for California,
where tbey will spend the summer.
Km, West is working for the
Cranbrook Electric Light company
•bile Dan Bremner is in lhe hospital.
Seeds!   Seeds!!   Seeds'!! Complete
range of new     field and garden seeds
iii^t   received,—Fink  Mercantile Co.
l-3t
II. Ackley, who has been in the
hospital for some davs with an attack of pleurisy is pi-'gn'ssini; favorably.
,\. M. Andrews, ol the stall ol
llie Canadian Bunk of Commerce,
visited Spokane a couple ol days
lliis week.
The Electric Light company put in
a new transformer and arc light on
the corner opposite the Herald ollice
this week.
F. A. .Jones, oi the Kimberley
Milling A Manufacturing company,
v\..s registered at thc Cosmopolitan
..a Tuesday.
Fink's green vegetables are as
fresh as thc babbling brook. Their
new perpetual spray keeps ihem cb'an
and inviting.
Walter Lamb is getting liis new
carpenter shop well under way on
U.e corner of Dtirick avenue and Edwards street.
U. U. Frost, of the Frost Investment company, visited Wasa this
w-.c'i, where his company Live hrqe
Iail ii (crests.
Owing to the fire at the post oL
[ice the Windermere stage laid over
one day iu Craubrook so as to get
the mail for the north.
I. IT, Willson, C. P. It. agent, says
ili.it lbe C.P.H. baseball team has
heen formed and that it can btat
any team in thc district.
I..  S.  Eaton,  the Conservative or- bar.
canker, was in Cranhrook on   Mon- "|lf
dny, conferring with prominent Conservatives of this district.
I). C. Smith, the. Wyeliffe rancher,
was in Cranbrook on Tuesday. Mr.
Smith savs that this is a backward
spring on' thc St. -Marys prairie.
A. M. Black was in town this week
from The Dailcy Lumlier company's
sawmill at Sand creek. Mr. Black
says that thc trout are rising well.
If your neighbor's little ones are
strong and vigorous they arc Iieing
reared on Fink's Pure Food groceries,     Pure foods save doctor's bills,
WASTED—Copies of the Cranbrook Herald of thc following dates:
\. Rollins, oi ibe i
lias taken a house oa
.' ami will move In Hi]
Oeorge Leask, who i
nl suITering irom a i
is Improving day hi dav.
. (ilassford amt her clilldren
lelt on Kriday lo join Master Mechanic    OlaHstnnl    in    Moose    .law,
Uave orders early f.,r Easter l.lvs
at Campbell ii   Manning's. They
will arrive al tho boglnnlng ..(    t-he
week.
vv. Hickman
Prairie
H-dj
the
Iw
and   ivife
Manitoba,
d Portage
were Cran-
best
of \\.
HK
ithd.i
.tl   lli.nl
ospcl Iu
brook visitors at the end of       last
week.
D. it. Duiinago. manager of       the four v
Rohinson-McKeii/.io     Lumlier      com- other'
pany, returned from the coast on Salurday.
T. D. Caven, accompanied by
Mrs. raven, spent „ iew days in
Spokane last week, returning on
Kriday.
F. Crydermnu, who lived in Cranbrook some time ago, passed through
on his way to Baker City, Oregon,
last week. enmc?
S. K. Scovll, ol Spokane, artist, cum|ui
philosopher and commercial man, was w.is v
in Craubrook at the latter end ..f ,,n th
last week.
Robert   Campbell,   whose   departmental store at Moyie is welt known troddci
all over the    ttkitrlct, was iu   town coinmei
last Friday. that tl
Oeorge Laurie, who says that Cres- elapsed
ion will bo the hub ol the Kootenays, IS0"1!!!,
was in Cranbrook at tho latter    end
ot last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cotton, who
lw>v.c been living at Wyeliffe have
moved to Cranbrook, where they will
reside in future.
Mrs. Hodges, who has heen staying
lot some time with her sister, Mrs.
Pinkham, left for her home al Vancouver ou Monday.
Oeorge Hunter, of the East Kootenay Lumber company, passed through
Cranbrook on his Way from Ryan to
•laffray on Saturday.   ...
Crisp and delicate as IdlUes in   the trom the Ul,|,ly
morning dew.    This is how      Kink's V«*Jtoa which
oi Pullman, Wash incised me hundred acres
St. Marys prairie from
and II. Hr,ulfi..d and will
residence wry shortly.
hapman, who has been
months visit to eaat-nr.
nriied yesterday, ,\ii
ys that the winter down
I- that he is   8iWi
banana belt.
the    Derail liverj
>wcr touring am.'
ui and is read)  to
parts of    the dis-
c" is one of     it
lb,- district and  the sen ia
. Adams as chauffeur       hav
mred.     Mr,  Adams has   ha
rs experience In Seattle   an
nind cities.
the
irties t
The  '■
WOXDERFlL WOHK OF
REMARKABLE MAN
ptil imh) Is ihe ?8th
aural William Booth,
Salvation Army
i.ui U. in a rainistei . t
illteen years and i,
ist End ol London tu
special meetings, lt
,' meetings weie goint
impressed with the
s his duly io give up
mongst ihe down-
t  bcsit.iti..n       ti*
It is earnestly hoped that all
terested in ihe preservation ol game
will attend and lend their aid to that
end.
NEW  BUSINESS  IN   CHANBHOOK
The Novelty Photo company bas
opened quarters a:.ove S. J, Migb-
ton's cigar store and is prepared to
take -.tamp photos, postal card
photos, and everything in the phuto-
graphlc novelty line. We use a
radium light and take pictures day
■i- night.
D.  C. McMillan, CMcago,  IH,
I    L. Lew b, Bost m, Mass
SMALL BLAZE
A fire w
Saturday
Percy Hej
west pa
department were m
use in the south-
city. The tire
■a on the ground
it little damage was tlone.
an.l
u.
world
..is vvi.ile Hast
ii that ho felt
lea that it wa
to work
Wil
ed   his
ic,    ii.i ty-thrco years     hav
the good  work  is    bUI
The Army now througn-
uii the world comprises 7,884 corps,
111,000 officers and nearly 65,000 local
officers   and   bandsmen,     -Ji'erations
arc rallied on m fifty-three countries
with sixty-one papers .mo magazims
printed   iii twenty.four   djUIerent languages.      'Her ai,000 persons      are
assisted     iu some form   daily,    lot
general is sull actively engaged      in,
puhlic work.     At the present    time,
he. is conducting a series ol evangelistic    meetings in Holland, and       his
labors are being crowned with greai
success.
"Docs the general draw any salary
i the Army.'    19     a j
ften assed
AWNINGS
ill Ri.vlcs nnil Colors    Made on
A. OHENIER. Maker
New and Up-lo-Detc
Dressmaking
Parlors
1-  Frost luvi
.-,..'s  Office
MRS. M0FFITT & MISS CLINE
green vegetables are kept  with their
new petpctual spray.
Thc Fink Mercantile company are
putting in a new opal glass lined refrigerator, which is one of the finest
ever brought to the west.
Thc show window at the Palm
Candy kitchen, of which Robert Aik-
enc is proprietor, is very tastefully
decorated with all kinds of Easter
candies and novelties,
Wm. Burton and his family     have v,JJJ
returned to Cranbiook from    Michel,
where he has been in charge of     the
yards.   Mr.   Burton    will take a run
as conductor out of Cranbrook.
• William Smith, who has had charge
of the CP.R. garden here for several years,' is starting into business
as a jobbing gardener. Mr. Smith '
knows his business and can make
good. j
followers. Owing lo the fact oi
his having other resources at hib
disposal he has never required to do
su. Tin: property of the Army is
another question which very frequently comes up. Thirty years ago
signed a trust deed, in which he
slated that all thc property oi eveiy j
kind given to the Army, ur paid foi '
out o| the monies was only in m= j
care to use for the Army work. Ti. - '
deed was registered in the high court |
in London, /he Salvation;
Army has made good, leaving the j
matter of salvation on one side, f,-r
the material help it has given tbe!
hungry and the sick makes it an in- i
stitution which ail English speaking
men and women are proud of.
CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is fust up-to-
ht j     date and is modcmly equipped
to do just the best work in all
branches of the tonsorial art.
|»tns»>i»i imi ■ **mmm
THE     ICE
VEARS
FOR SIXTY
Frank B.   VanDecar had two   cub   P^wson,   Apnl l.-Audrey Forrest,
bears, a black one and a brown one. who \,s "rived from McPherson on
They were very young and diws »™w;twesf reports that Cajrtmta Jar-
milk proved too strong Tor the black ™;f ^..^/^JJl!?^^! M"u.n.t™
one which diet! of indigestion       last
Saturday.
L. Patmore returned from Victoria
yesterday   where he passed   his linal
examinations and was called to    the
Mr. Patmore lead the whole of
candidates,   getting   nl out- of a
possible 100.
The Kink Mercantile company are
putting in a vegetable fountain which
is so arranged that it will keep, ail
green vegetables fresh. This company will handle a full line of this
class of goods.
Howard Sudbury, who was a 1 rested in Cranbrook last week and taken s>
to Lethbridge on the charge of
stealing, was honorably acquitted.
It was a case of mistaken Identity
and Mr. Sudbury
the mistake.
police brought advices there from
Herchel Island that Explorer Mc-
Clure's famous ship Investigator,
once a British man-of-war, whieh was
caught in the Ice sixty years ago and
has been fast there ever since, last
summer was so free that vessels
could approach close to the ship.
The mildest winter ever known In
this part of the Arctic may mean 1
that the ice on tlie Arctic coast will
hob be so heavy this season but
what Bleam whalers hope to l.e able
to reaeli  thr  Investigator this   sum-
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
P._rl->r >hf,p on
Thoroughly .
Rales, $2 00 a day and up.
ir.i.
ii
I-. H'l I 18, Propi
TOMKIS   SIsnagi
Mel I
llff.lllM
was thi* victim    i.l mi,,
E. Iteiil received word       Irom
Edmonton on Sunday that Mrs. Kei.i
luly 12, November 23 and December hud hail a slight relapse and that
i:.,'moil. Apply to thc Herald ol-'his daughter llclen has an attack ol
lire. 8-tf    measles, so that Mrs. Reid will      bt
Dr, Hugh    Wall    passed   throuBh;'»"-l,.''.to eome to Cranhrook,      as
r,.„!br,,„5 on his ..ay u, Kor. 9t«elo •"« originally arransed.
I, .in Kingsgate, where lie bas      licit     Hal. the Inn in getting up in      tho
lor sonic months    past as healih   ol-, morning is   washing  with pure soap,
lieer. ; t.ve other   hall is   partaking ol       a
II you arc going to liuild, you will'wholesome hreaklast.    We have    the
iiii-il our services.    Wo have the lies. Boap.       We have  the breakfast (tain-
lino ol lurnaces on the market.   OuriMes.-link s Pure Food grocery.
plumbing    systems    ure   complete.-    wilijam Craig came in Irom Marys-
I'.itmore Bros. Ivi]le yesterday, where he had fin.sli.Hl
l>. Bremner, who is coitfuie.1 to the plastering Sawyer's new hotel,    the
hospital with a broken lei, and otla-r Koyal.    He will start at onee to set
injuries sustained    Irom the tail    ho tho boilers Ior lhe new tie mill      5
got, two    weeks    ago, is progressing miles Irom Marysville.
very well Indeed. |   nr   -*   „  Uentlenm spent a      lew
Joseph Brault is arranging bis ,1,-ns with liis brother, .lames Hcn-
lli.wir garden. "Joe" always has derson, this week. The Dr. Is going
one ol Cranbrook's beauty spots, In lo take a look over the field at
the summer time and this year will .Creston with a view lo starting the
be no exception. practice nt   his    profession, il cmidi-
There   was a young oyclono      on Hn*> are favorable,
Friday attcrnoon.    Thc Fink Merean.     ,\rc v„„ going tn hulld a "home';"
tlio building was in its path, but   it |( Sn e'oinc ami see ns about      your
contented itself   with removing    the i,,,,-,,*.,,.,   syslem   ami   vour plumbing,
top nl a skylight- it will i,c our  pleasure to give you
Tin-  C. I'. It.     announce    reduced anv Inlormution   we can, and.      re*
rales of fare an.l lliit-d between    all nn-mlier, we have the best staff      i.l
stations Ior Kaster holidays.   Tickets Workmen   in   the   country.—Patmore
on snle April 'Mil to April 2.1,    and Bros.
good lo return until April 21st.        .,   ,\, the drawing at the new    opera
Mr. and Mrs. IV. .1. Atchison lelt house moving picture show last Mon-
on Monday tor l.os Angeles, Calilor- ,|„y evening Mrs. Ilarrie won the
nin. They will make several stops -jr,'order on Hums Brothers, Archie
en mute at Canadian and American y.\vr\\ the $r, order on the Fink
coast cities anil will remain iu Cali- Mercantile companv, and Rohert
lornia until Mr. Atchison's health is Plnlf-y and Oeorge Button a 11 order
restored. each on the Palm Candy store.
It'SI'll:
liatk.
re had     to abandon the ship
the men became ailiicted wilt
'I'hey lelt llieir supplies on
No ..ne lias visited ihe ship
This       may be   the   vessel
wi.s   reported through       the
northward Irom Dawson which
: -■ ii on the Arctic coast
hmis ago, which some fancied
led the ark    or a Norseman's
full SALE
Wlnie Plymouth Lock e-igs from
thoroughbred fowls f-.r settina, i
per dozen, Barred I'lvmouth Hook
eiri;s fi.r setting1, s*i per LOO. Thoroughbred bronze turkey eggs t-'*- f"r
iu
William ii.iniit'-n,
Hox 93, Cranhrook
Drink Home Beet
It Is I'll re
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewin? Co.
Cranbrook
Livery  *£
Team, in.l dilvere 'n,.i .iie-'. .,„  .a
point In .be dlatrlc.
A. DOVI.a ...miiirr'
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:
Exclusive Agent, Cranbrook: G. T. ROGERS
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<i TUK C It AM! HOOK.    IIKUALD
Black
Watch
Ch-awing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
CRANBROOK SASH AND
IHIOR COMPANY
M.'tmii.-n-tiiivrs nml Otfttl-ers
in
SASHES, HOOKS AND All.
KINDS 0I: KOUI1H ANO
DRESSED I.UMHEK
Doluil Work a Siii.t-ialiy
I        When You
I Come to the Metro-
p .lis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rockendnrl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Ltation
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
■)»---*g-#!-**M>l>t*l>'#-*d»ir>*»**.^^
mm  News of the District  mm
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned Irom Newspapers
^<sj_NTsa>*-<>>a>a««>aMr<«<jisasBsaNw>as«'-«-a«\a
|F.LKO AND TOBAC
♦       CO PLAINS
♦
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{Kioto out own correspondent)
Fish is much dearvr now that Lent
ii..s come in, but on the other    hand
hie like a     cat   through a back alley  ance conipanv, was doing liusiiiess   in
not ,-arin* a cuss lor either    end or Wardner Mondav.
middle so long as .hey cau      make 	
jt.be local merrtiants believe ' their    Watch U'n Inel Grow
lies I 	
—— ,    '   The  Crnnbrook   Electric Light   A*.
Jim Cameron is spendim* a lew Telephone eompany lmve .1 booth   in
days in Klko this week. the company store (central.)
W. II. I.ielren, oi Fernie, si.ent Sun-    Mr.  (Irinin, representing .las. T111-
dav in  Klko. ner ,v Co., ,,1 11,.mill..u   (ln|    was in
■  I own  Tuesday.
1 ,,,,,,  1.. 1   ,r .,,,,1 it.,*,,.*. 1 a.* 1   Superintendent  J.  Rrownlre renew- ■	
lood iruit   aid aroiinil Haynes i,aa,e, ., , '        ..._,,     111,1111111       .,_
south of Klko: can be bought Ior one »»' n>° .J'.1*0. ••;':■■• ,**u- J* '•_ ,. ,r $".s' -»Pre««nUng the
hundred ,icliars m acre which is '" lH' V'SI""B hcl Irlfends in Klko by Carss' Mackinaw eompany, Or Ilia,
SXhl  ' heSr" tw'u  the     si,,': f <B_^»**     «_ •£_**** °'"     *» '" '"«"' *W'
bill  orehiirils  armiud   Koolcnav  lake.r" 'n™-1 "' '•■•«■ *»»t *m,h"- I  ♦	
Life is lull ot compensations. Its as watery as a -teetotaller with ■ **********************
 _ the .tropsv in Klk,*, Haw days.   Send •••••••••••••♦♦♦••♦•♦■J
Mrs   Murphy, of Marvsville,       Is in your order lot  ihe May bouquets   ♦ ♦
visiting   wilh Mrs.    .1. 'McKee       atj   IX MOYII'. 1
Kilniacm<k   Castle   tbis   week   and;   You  will never lentil, helping title  X ?
left  Saturday loi* Cowley. ers.
Mrs. .J. Tellet anil daughters   w<
down from hVruie fol* a brief visit.
W. Atkins (better known as Billy)
returned iroui SU>ttler, Alberta, and
will take up his position with the
North Star company ai this point
head skinner,
Mi
Burgess,   chief accountant
Contractor     ll.rui*   was
..affray and Wart.neT this we
**.* I 2
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦■»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦
visiting 1 .'nm tbe Moyie Leader.)
\i:.V  I'llST.U.K STAMPS
Tlie   work    llial  is   being done ou
ihe   Aurora   proper.j    uu  the wesi
side 01   the   lake is    showing extra
Tn ccli-brutc the Quebec len cental- K"ld wwlts.       Tin- vein on    which
arv, ibe Dominion government    will 'he men are now working is looking
iss-uc 11     special      series   of postage '""tier   evcrj    day.      Hoik is being
stamps illustrative of Canadian    his- -carrtetl on in lhc lower tunnel,      ami
ton* next .lulv.    It is said that from lllv indications an* Ihal a bin      ore
for the North Star company, bought!an ' artistic   |miut of   view      these houy will s 1 be struck.    Tills tim-
a line   saddle   horse from Four Sky stamps wilt he Mie handsomest   ever m'' is ""■■  '" » distance nl I'.u   leet
Thunder, Tobacco Plains. Indian   re- Issued in the Empire. which nt that   polnl fives 11 vertical
cite, this week, Fred Boo, Jr.,   ilo-|  e-
ug the    waw-waw act f.u lhe
hief.
li. .1 MeHeniy,
I'llllll.-I
. ---wayil,.,
llriiiiimei
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
l'l.\Ni. AM) DRUMS
li'iv-'li Clnsa nance Music
11 ways l'|..10-iUK-
Open i-i. Oiitoitiiwn tOugage-
IIIQIllN.
P. IV U01M8      CKtNMtOOfc, B.C.
McKwon A- Shea, the well known
proprietors of the I'loffmuti house
making oitonsive Improvement
cm Ihe well known uud popular lum
fi  jack bungalow.
Surveyors    are busier than eats oi
tin root taking levels and Ktakinn
nt lots for summer resiliences.
J. I). Ayr, manager of the Pineapple Creek Kruit farms, Hay nes
Lake, was in Klko this week 'and
tool, nut- a party of surveyors.
II. Shea went up to Kernie till
week and took.Witb bim a nest c
I young robins, but we hoard tbe whole
|buneii was gobbled up by tbe Kernie
j Kagles.
■Kiwi Waring, uf the IL Dunn Ar Co.
agency, w.is in Klko this week jumping around like a rlv oo a hot
Cinder.
I WARDNER \
(Krom our own correspuudgit)
Mr.    Korbw, of   ff, K. & .1. Gait,
of Cnlgary,   was    in town Saturday
booming lllue Itibbon goods.
This is the time of year when tan
■hoes blend nicely wiib tbe complexion.
depth of 200 leet. There is » good
lot of stripping me blocked out anil
on the dump, nnd iu all probability
several carloads will lie sent to the
smelter this spring ami summer. The
Aurora is under bond to a syndicate,
which is made up of Movie men.
They have unbounded faith iii their
Undertaking.
A daughter was horn lo Mr.     and
Mrs. M. .1. dill Thursday morning.
Chas. l.ivi'slev
tul ami will s.m
to work.
nf Ihe hnspi
able lo rcturi
Mrs
Clara
week.
Whitehead    and  her daiightei
■atne over from Alberta     thU
Mr.  Henderson,  manager ol        the
liull Itiver     Klectric Light & Power
ptaut, was in     towu Friday on busi-i    ., ,., ,. , .      ,,
' ' Itov     I loi bier   relumed In   Ml.
WN'   Ihis   week   from  the easi,     where    ,
Mr. Mut/, ol the    Kernie BiroWS^EfB U"-    whrtw WlHl M
eompanv, was doing business in town ,,       3"     '"
Kriday. "
II. i'. Lindsay, superintendent ol
the Crows Nest Pass Lumber company, was a Cranbiook visitor over
Sunday,
will
hn
Montreal :iud Ottawa,
probably decide    lo remain
Krtd   Clement, of the Pioneer Cot-
fee, Spice A:  Ked Pepper Mill    company, of Victoria, was in Klko   this!   Mr.   Lewis,     deputy game warden,
•week selling sour dough .starters. »■■,* in town Wednesday.
Just try boosting Klko lor that
lired feeling ihis spriug.
"You are charged," said tbe local
justice ol the peace, "with shooting
this gentleman's dbg. Did you shoot
the dog in sell-defence?'' "No, your
honor.     I shot  him  under  the    Iail
md be jumped the fence
I   Mrs. IC. II. Holhrook and son Karl
were Kcrnie visitors this week,
McVITTIEft PARKER, ,. x ,    ,     ,   , ,   (
..     C.'A.  Dow, the popular chief      ot
Provincial Land Surveyors    Iffoiit* of cmhbrobk.    was an   Klko
I visitor this   week between      train:
Rlll.WW   nil   H'.NWI   l-VillNllf-BINli    He wns surprised to see the    young
  i robins dyiug around aud would   like
OPFICT* \l li'L'T STLKLK ANL '" bhve taken some back to Cranbiook and let them t'oosi on "Old
i Man" Simpson's banana trees. We
look him down lo thc big cement
j quarries to hear the mocking hints
'sing and-gave him a big basket full
ol tloiM.
i KAMlttOOK
efl   Kiiiui.-.UeJ
I'Vi
.- IMI   1'iwM'a.
r.n I-...V il
Telephone 171
rntilu'iiok: Heid Hloelf.
I    Kred   Itou,   who  sells  lishing  lackle
—   and iruit lands, gum boots and overalls iu Klko, is writing for the Cran-
il ik      i i      **     **      biiNik Herald   au   historical romaucu
Ueo. K. Leask & to •»*«¥ »»* *&* shw ""»i«
fU;il.l)l;US and
CON TRACTORS
The   Dominion    Comcdv     company
caucelled their engagement in    Klko
when   they beard   that   Jack Lyons
■ was-'reciting every night that pathe-
., , ,   . i'.ic   briney    brluger, "Curfew     Must
Uur work i» oui advert lament, Imt we 'NofRIng Tonigm."
tfoat."
Mn
arte in tbe West i'Uil
The ice on Movie lake
linn, and llieir is Iil tie
it breaking up bu a wn
yet.
s still i|iiit.
Kliealioli o
nr      mon
Next  Kriday. April Huh. will      h
payday at  tlie    St.  Kugene.        Tit
ainotnii  to he paid  is $.1(1,01)0, an in
....        . , .    crease of $5,(16(1 over lasl  month.
ni old Loudon that many of       the. '      	
nobility  have discontinued the  nrac- ,   .
lice ol leaving their boots oul tor   a1   ««vp»'iil    Improvements are      belli
rub when thev retire. .[nude .it ihe Movie brewery.  A     »ev
' ,„. I boiler is being installed this      week
(leorge Martlneaux, C.  P. K. tore*'"1"1 ,,»' ■■*'•■    botiling machine is be
man on the river, was iu   Cranbrook I !«K !'««'    '"
by-produets as coking ooal will pr»>-
duce in their luiqueUtug plant at
Hankhi-ad and also in the ma&utaeture
of Iho gas that is burned in their
passengei cars.
A. Carney, timber Inspector, was
in Kernie tbis week.
Mrs. Oeorge Hog-garth, ol. Crau-
hrook, is visitiug in the eity and is
registered at the Ffcrnie.
Thi> arbitration board, sitting on
the Kingsgate townsite ease, has adjourned till June ut.
ltev. Kawceit, vicar of Michel, has
resigned his parish and is on his
way t«. California,
Mrs. Dr. Higgins will spend tlm
Spring in Dubuque, Iowa, while the
Dr. is in Chicago.
President lleiehmer, of the Prruie
District Game Protective association,
has lust been advised of an onleMn-
eounetl promulgated by the Dominion
government, prohibiting tlw mile -u4
trout in Itritish Columbia and Al.
bertn.
A. Mm/, A. It. Trites, L. P. Eckstein and .las. MeKvoy went     4own
in Cranbiook on Tuesday to attend a
session of the arbitration board tbat
bus been chosen to settle thu dtlTerni-
t'es between A. Mul/ and the C.P.H.
in connection with the Kingsgate
townsilo.
K. II. Hale was in Cranbln
I'uesdav.
iw
Dan MeNeish letiuned from tht hot
springs at Dlairmoie on Friday, feeling much improvwl in health.
hn
Honnell went down to
. on Monday.
last  week.
Mt. oie Holm, one of the old times is hack foi  the summer season.
The Hoss Lille company are
full capacitv,
;-fS.-:arv Lit: Iv t.i
town orders.
The brevverv is taxed       t.
uut ii   ha
MM-
been ne-
le   ..Ul   Of
Mr. an.l Mrs. A. (i. Moukhouse ri-
ee.ved word yesterday from Spokane
...leriiig the removal" ol their plant Hint' lliigh Cnmcruii,'brother of Mis.
from Quebec to Ottawa. They iMonkhotise, was cnnflnwl in the isola-
nol have the Held to themselves at"1"11 bospital in that city with an
ihe capital,   which is   well equippei ««««« ul smalljioJf.     Mr. Monkhousc
Hi guns i
ns, little
guns.
Mt. tialhr
Fort Sleele,
business.
>f difleicnt   calibre,
guns, air guns and
lith,    Indian   agent
was in town Fridav
bi;
pop
lelt   lod.iv   for  Spokane.
pul tllln ail in the Hm aid to
•■in['bant/.* il.
CKANBROOK, II. C.
Near l<ower Ariut>tmuti Avenue
TKLI'XlloNK |i-i
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
One Way
Colonist Rates to Alberta
and British Columbia
ritoM
Toronto. ILnullord. (iuelph.
Messrs. Paul, Haakon, Peterson and
lohn Hanson arrived back irom
Sweden <>n Friday, after spending
Ibree months in " their old home.
Hritlslt Columbia looks go.nl to them.
Miss Leila Heiidriex, entertained a
parti of young friends last Kriday
evening.
Mr. David Hreekenridge wai in
town over Sunday.
The pl.inii at the Porto Hico mill
ar Movie will he started in about
a week or 1(1 davs. It* i.s the intention to star! the saw mill just as
soon as the ice breaks up in tbe
lake and goes iMit, thus enabling the
company to ->ri down their logs.
Alice
Many  a man gets his death ol e.*bl
"   season
Halt, London
9-10.05
Klnfitoii
8.10.10
Ottawa
851.40
Do., via Chicago
#53.45
Montreal
HK.'o
Quebec  	
£56.0(1
St. John-."loiictiiii
800.95
Halllai
1*0:1.45
Ticket*, on .*nle Heb
urth to
April .will.
IQ08
Corretipiiiiilinuly   It
rules from
inleriiiti.liitle |iulliln.
Fur furllier iiartien
ill.
.nil on ,11
write,
c. k. McP...:ks..n.
nf....
WIXNII'Ktl, MAN
J.
mr.,
NK
M.V.   II   1
There were several liomeseelcers   In
Klku (bis week   fr,-m Maeleoti,     Al-
.tieita, anil straiit-e but true the wind
blew hard enough    to ibave a collie
*■*■
The Nonh Star mill started ti|>
ihis wiiA. The lloss-Soskatoon, the
I'hrIi & Livingston and six -neks
Irom uo»* the |>ay Roll will lie renti-
lar as a prayer meetiiij*, but with
railroad promptness.
Holy raaekerol, that was a line
mess oi iron). Charley Burgess   leil
«"b    Iimir haired took lhe othei
night,
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I CRESTON *
(Krom our own correspondent.)
Ml. anil Mrs. Seotl eiilertnintil a
iiumliei* of the yomiK peoplo nt the
piirsoniiRe on Tiiurstlay evening. A
delightful piof-i-iiiiiine of Raines and
conundrums wore nrntiiged and enjoyed. We hope we net nn invitation
next time.
|. The    Misi.s    Madeline, and
IM    ^""""with  M!-5ri^    ft-' '"'>■ »P ?*« ^rt'
everybody hi    Klko was    pleased   to     .,       ....      . 111
bear is improving rapidly and hopesL A*r,1*   lho/nt,>» *«W bsrk
'to be visiting bfT   friends in     kGo Swtunlay after spending his holidays    The first 1 iyersary of thu opening
bv Kaster. ** his old home in Scotland.     'WW'of the Met list ehureh will he held
tinier go back any more" Jin thc church on Sunday next.     The
  llev.    Dr.   Hall, of   Fernie, will ofll
Mr. Clement, representing tbe date at both services. An enter-
VlMieer Spier Mills, ol Victoria, was tainment iu connection with the an-
in town Saturday. .niveiHary will be   held in the church
_  [on Mondav evening-     A lengthy pro-
Owing to illness, Iter. Winter WM,ffammoJs l»clng prepared and a
not able to take hiM usual srrviw   at tWotghly enjbyable time Is in store
W. K. Boss, Fred Watson and .1,
W. Ilohertson wero in Cranbrook on
Sunday.
 >	
OPERA HOUSE THOCBLE  AT
THE "HAT."
Medicine Hat* Times: Tbe appended
letter has been received by W. B.
Marshall from Ernest Willis, tbe lessee of the opera house and speaks for
itself:
Cnlgary, Alta., March 30, 190R.
W. B.    Marshall,     Esi|., Care       ut
Marshall    &     Hunter,     Medicine
Mat, Alta.:
Dear Mr. Marshall: I understand
that your city council has decided to
put a license of SIUU.UO per year 00
the opera bouse in Medicine Hat. 1
would say that this amount is altogether prohibitive, and according to
the terms of our lease we will be
obliged to cancel it with you ii tbey
do this, lu the largest cities in
Canada $100.00 is the maximum few
for a theatre license, and it simply
means if your city council insists 011
llns thai they will deprive themselves
of all road attractions coming
through this territory.
I sincerely hope that they will see
ihe mutter in this light and do away
with the license, or else make it a
nominal amount:.
Let me hear Horn you lu regard t.
this.
Vours "very truly,
Western Canada Booking Bureau,
E, Willis, Sec.-Treas.
Correct Dress   ^1
for Easter $.
PVERYTHING here that   well
resscd men could ask for.
—Single-breasted SaeU
- Double-breasted Sack.
- Frock Coals
- -Spring Overcoats
- Trou.tr.
—Fancy Vr-tn
—Rnin Coiils.
Newest styles.
Exclusive effects.
Rich patterns.
Greatest variety.
Ginie .0 set-, .-veil
if you don'l buy.   i
BURNS    BROS.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Better Cooking.
Every man appreciates good cooking aiul evety woman
take* a pride in doing il. "BOVRIL" ean lie used to
advantage with all Imt tlis!n*s. It greatly improves tlie
flavor of slews, soups, toasts, fi.-li, etc., am! also in, leases
llieir nourishing value.
All economical way lu t...*t il is ill the I lb. Lollies.
IIOTK1. AND    RANCH POlt SALK
Oil LEASE
The well known Island hotel and
ranch ol I1. McConnell near Waltki la
lor sale or lease, lt is a well built
hotel with a good husiness, and law!
that is adapted to Iruit anil vegetable raising. Address I*. Md'no-
tell. Waldo, ... v., or Heale A Klwell. t'ranliioiik, II. (J.
T. It Nms, one ol .he best who.!,
teachers Klko ever had, wishes lu
thank the school trustees dn the
secretary, table, maps, elc, that waa
promised bin when .akin^ clialgt ol
(he school, but which must bave not
lust in transit. If at |)rst vou dona
•urreed liv, iry, uy attain
The mineral eah.net at the Columbia hotel is a great attraction te
visitort.
M.-.SIH Melltinnltl ,v Mel-heraon
_*ve secured a ll.tv .luuisand tie eon-
Nrx. Sunday the llev. It. It. Mai- Ira.-, from tl.e C.l'.lt. They pro-
eoiiuell will preach Ins larewetl ner- p,,M» ptiitni^ in a mill nt Mc'Neillle
mon in th,' Library hall, before teav- ant. I.uniiii!*. the tiiuhers down Irom
im- for Vancouvei tu complete his Hu.llvan creek, Work on the plant
..inlies ior the iiniiiHlry. ilie-riiix al onee.
■•The pool   tournament
|ag.on at ibe Elk hotel.
Is still    tt„
Albert Muti was in Elko IJ nilnu-
tea tbis week, but be reu.iies.edi us
not tn mention it, so we don't Intend
«°'   /
The Ueeeb (.rove Pnultlry yards
have several hundred i„iir,u chu-ls
hatched out last week.
"BiR .Iim" McKee's sptelal went
east Saturday witli a Mr. nana ot
C.P.K. fojinetrs, cement miI-.„ „„-,
e«|ierl  hlldi?e hulklers.
There itr,* snme women, and     men
too, lor. that matter, wto *o through
Wardner Suiidav.
K. W.   ..urges*     was a .'raabrook
v.Uil.ir  last  Stiudav.
Harney  Uiilheiu. of ..affray,
W*ardiiet   tisitor Sunday.
.1.. II. Itobarl is treating his
h.ilel .0 a fresh eoal ol pain..
new
lor a...    Admission tv.enty-the cents,
Arthur tlkell rctiirncil on Thurs
day ft 1,111 the const, where he attended ,1 convent ion ol lhe II. C.
Fruit tliowris assoei.iiion. Kvery
rancher sliould endeavor ... he pre-
■en. 111-xt week in Sprees' hall to
hear his report,.
II.  11.   stinsoii
1.I.1
was In  .'raubrotdt.    I   \. (1
ilhe  week
and W. ...
a. Nelson.
Millet- spent
FINK FRUIT LAND KOH SALK
I have 2118 acres ot gmai Iiiiii aud
meadow laud uoiih of my plaee,
wilh water rijcht, western slope, (tartly improved, for Rale. Mtrci be seea
to he appreciated, Vli.Wi per acre,
i have Kit acres south ol me, cru'-siii-*:
the valley, stream ruimiag through,
western slope. LOW apple trees
hearing ou joining lot. Small Iruit
on (he place, partly cleared, crop uf
oaks last Iail. Also spuds, beets,
turnips, onions, carrots, corn, toru-a-
i.u's. Cabin on the place. Fenced,
StO.00 per acre. Cash only aud
will only be sold to ae.iial settler*!.
No speculators (save time, need apply. 1 give uo options and cash is
the only thing t-tat will du business,
'lliey speut tweuty thousand dollars
on the mines here last summer anil
they are a sure thing and this laud
will double in price in two years, or
I will U-turn purchase price aud lu
per cent Interest if purchaser is uot
satislied in two years Irom time of
purchase.
Fred Roo,
r.3-11 Elko, B. C
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Railway Equipment
New and Relaying Rails, Shay 1'ieared Locomotives,
Hcislcr Geared Locomotives
Logging Cars and Trucks, Sawmill Machinery,
Safes and \mill Doors
t Gorman, Clancey & (irindley, Limited
• mi-,,v   ,. ,. -"-' *""ii i»*. w.-at        ,.-iii ■_'*..;. lilt Sn.-el
♦ M1.UVI..I. CA1.1.IAIIY Kli.MtlNTON, ALT...
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$******** AAtAAAAAA**4i**-4i***#i%
 ff
y -N-rCl//. "^Ki-'fJac^-.. Kou-jh and dressed     -fi
x^J\t%?%fc        -       *
A^-,W.*v^^fe
KouRh and dressed
l.liriBKH and
liiriKNSIONS
Also all kinds ol
MOUI.UIN.I.S
«
I
I
l
M********** e *************9i
MILLS AT
Jnlfrny, llynn and
Oniulirook, H. 0.
Head Ollice, - Craabroek
a..i.-a...i...iti.>-» ■*......
Oi      *
reek   !♦
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11
• i
W. It. ll.*,ll.v. Fun.tal llir.ftor
Cranbiook ll.c. I'm™. No. I
.Iniiii .Meia-ritit.i, tbe proprietor  <-.'   The wild dowers are blooming
lhc .'eatriil hotel, met with a M-rious|Creston.
accident Monday,     lit jumping out ol * *—	
a wagou he broke his leg. He was _,********************
laken lo the Craoibrook hi«|iital ***********************
while his injuries were a.tend.,d   to.  X *
I.is many irtenits    wish      liim       a • IT.I-JNII'. ♦
itsdy  rec.very. j * *
The Ladies Aid~oi the I'lesbyterlanj.*****-****-*-**-**-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
church' met at the residence of Mr».|        rc-mm u... r,',,n,li, li-iee Press I
Wisner  last Thursdtay Ior the trans* (hrt"" "" mnu '"l ' "ss-)
action ol business. I   ,,,,,.   |t„,,|„,s   Mothoillst minisler of
" jCranl.rool;, Is iu the t'i.y today (Fti-
Mi*.  Casey, es-klng ol   Oold i*reek,l-jay).
is in town renewing old acquaintance. J __
——■   , , .        It Is niini.risl Ilia.* the CP.R.   will
•Mr     Adney,    provlnHal constable, 'ku||d loo "in-prmluet" coke ovms at
m.i- in Cranbrook Monday. .Hoemer.    We hnve heim unable      to
.i confirm Hie minor hut sueh it    step
Hi   Leon   Melxkoy,   ol   Vancouver,!wuuld not he iniei|i«-ted <m tbe par.
'    " '       -'i-l-ol "	
repie.wntini tl» Realty Trust 6 t-iu-'ol the C.l'.i:., as they retfuire   sueh
: ran sittings i-or sale ::
1 lllue    Haired    Plymouth   Itock
Kggs, per .etting... Ill....  li.oo
Per UNI     tf,,(K)
Ma.uiiio.il I'ekin Duck Kggs,
per 111          fJ.OO ; |
i......I I.ar.lv Strawberry I'laiila,
i , tl.tKI   per   lum,lied;   ,'ii.tio   |.«t
A tlionedn.l.—Apply lo
MRS. W. F. DORAN,
silver t'reek Itau.'lt
CHAN'IIRUUK,     • U.C.
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Phone 57
w
Head Office, Calgary Alia.
iiru now pri pnroil lo till your orders fur
All Kinds of Hay and Grain
nml uur prioPB nro right, loo
Bran, Shorts, Wheal, Oats, Hunch Grass, Timothy Nay,
and some good Oal I'ei.l are all in stock now
The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd.
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DON'T READ THIS
The l-'iemli Dry Cleaning proceaa
enables us tu clean mens pants, suits
.uul neckties, Utiles suits and skirts
in siioli a way that ihey pu-iitively
luui.- as Kuod as new.
We are experienced dyers aud clean-
iMs, tlieroruie, we du nut require to
send anything down east pr up wast.
E\ST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
»""» ■»- I.EASK,  Tailor
Try a   Case ol
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  Do/en   Pints   $4.50
K'l"i;il  to fliiiinmBa',   Th
for family mul Uibl
lifiihli, nnil tonus up llm Imhl> gonunilly
Pinnst imvonigo on tlm timrkol
Hsu,   InipiiriH vigor and
JAMES KERRIGAN
liri-w-or, Ornnbrook, It. ('
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I A. C.  Bowness
WIioIobhIc tinnier in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
We make a specialty of giving prompt
attention to Mall Orders
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♦♦♦• TIIK   CltANUKOOK     HKKAI.h
\f
BEAUTIFUL SUMMER RESORT
MoYlE IS THK LUCERNE 0
KAST KOOTENAY
Of all Mie beauty spots in Kast
Kt.i.li'iuiy, ami thcro arc many o\
Oii'in, iiniii' ean eclipse .Moyie willi
in r beautiful lakes as an Ideal place
it. spend a summer vacation. Boat-
Ing anil lishing mnj lie Indulged in tn
tlif hearts content, and to those who
want merely to rest, nothing could lie
more restful than the influence of the
gentle ripple of llie waters ul Uie
lake,    while   one   reclines in a hoat
n it'll hi one nf the hundreds       ol
-shady 11""Ks to he louml along the
shores nl theso lakes. Tin- forest
green nn the hillsides, the lowering
peaks nf tho Selkirks with their
evcr-ehftttglng color, thr nzure blue of
tin- sky nml the shimmering aquamarine of the lake all go to produce
that sense id relaxation and repose
Which is the main tiling needed in
viiraliou time. Al Moylu excellent
ho tul iiecotnmndntloii ran lie secured,
also  boats ami   motor  launches.     Koi
tlmsi* wlm prefer camping nui Utero
an- hundreds i.t delightful spntH up
.iml iloo the hike emliientlj suited
for Uus mifposp, The coiiconlrulot
al thc Si. Eugene mine is a thing
thai visitors will In- Interested in see-
ilig, as il   is iht - ..f its Mmi     in
these parts There is no Question
nlioilt tl, Moylo is w head I iml sinn
mer resort, and as time goes on
people will flock ihere In iln- summei
months.
AND       PETROLEUM
TICKS
NO-
' | NOTICE NO. 1
| Notice is hereby given that 34)
days alter date 1 intend to apply
tti' tbe Honorable Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works
lor a license to prospect Ior coal
and petroleum on the following
descrihed lands, situated In the
disiiici uf South Kast Kootenay,
Province ol British Columbia:
Commencing nt a post planted
at ur near one mile east ol CP.R.
survey tine at- 8.1 mile pnst, lot 4503,
ami being N. K- comer nf William
Livingston's claim ami marked William Livingston's N. K, corner,
thence running KII chnins south,
thence running K« chains wwt.
thence running HO chains north,
theme running SO chains east,
tu place of commencement.
Located Hus   2.1th   dav ot   March
11108. *
William   Livingston,  Looator,
John   Livingston,   Agent.
lor a    license   to  prospect for   coal survey
and   petroleum     on    the   lollowing ing  V
dencrihed    lands,     situated    in    the claim,
district   of    Smith    East Kootenay, Lander
Province of British' Columbia: thence
Commencing   at   a     post   planted thence
miles east of C. P. It. thence
line at 31 mile post, and ho 1908,
K. corner
and
N
BRAIN LEAKS
(Selected.)
If there is a skeleton
keep the door shut.
The river.': we fished in wh
ie nothing hul creeks now.
The foidishm
uml hv the r
*s itf yr.sLrhv
■tacts of today.
NOTICE NO '-»
Nolice is hereby given that 30
ilnvs after date 1 intend to applv
lo Die Honorable ChW Commissi..ner nl Lauds and Works
fm a license I.. pros|i*iT f..r coal
and petroleum on the lollowlng
deserllied lands, situated In the
district ol South East Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing   at   a     post   planted
.tl   mi   new   :i  miles east  of C.  P.  R.
I survey line at .12 mile post, l-ot 4593,
and heing   V  E,   comer   of   Lewis
j Hilton's claim, aud marked Lewis
Hilton's N.        E.       corner,
I theuce running so chains west,
thence    running   si)   chains     north,
I thence running HO ehains east,
thence running 80 chains south,
to place of commencement.
I Located this 2!lrd dav of March,
1908.
i Lewis Hilton, Locator,
| John Livings-ton, Agent.
People who struggle to keep tip ap-i
lie.iraiH..'.     iiK.i.ilh   give   llieir       ease
awav. I
Noli..
NOTICE NO. 4
hereby    given
Life is like a cistern—wlml
get nut of il depends upon wlm
|iul  into it.
When a   man  iloesn'l   amount
much he is apt tn lav  the blam
"environment."
Men successfully tackle big
sponsiblltties nnly' afler having
tteed up on little ones.
■li of pro
\ lot of men who think
keeping step with the mai
gress arc only marking iiu
The trouble with mosl uf ns
thai we'd rather sit around am
giants than to get up and lack
few lillle pigmies.
nOREllERRY IS C11ANCEL1
oi:
that 30
afler date 1 intend to. apply
! tn thc Honorable Chief Commissioner uf Lamls and Works
I lor a license tn prospect. Ior coal
j and petroleum on the following
deserllied lauds, situated In the
(list ri**t of South East Kootenay,
Province nl British. Columbia:
I Commencing at a post planted
at or near -i mii-rn eaat of V. p. ll.
survey line at -\2 mile post, and heing N. E. corner of Mrs.
Harry Hughes' claim, and marked
!Mrs. Harry Hughes' N. E. corner,
thence running 80 chains west,
thence running kii chains south,
thence running 80 chains east,
thence running 80 chains north,
tn place uf commencement.
Located   this   24th   day of March,
Itius.
Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreux. Agent,
.lohn Livingston, Witness.
survey line       at .(2
post, and heinc       N.
cornei ol Fred Bridget^ claim,
marked Fre»t Bridget's S.W, eomer
thenre running 80 chains east,
thence running so chains south
thence runninc hu cbains west
thence running sn ehains north
to place ut commencement
Located   this   24th    d..\  uf M^reii
tans.
Fred Bridget, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreux, Agent.
John  Livingston, Witness.
NOTICI',  NO   ti
running
■tinning
running
mile theuce    running
W.  to place uf commencement
and;    Lorated   tins   24th    day
' IHIIK
Dave Lander-.. Locator,
John  Livingston, A sent
of David  Landers
marked        li.n id
E. corner,
ho    chains   west,
ne chains ". south,
HU   ■ chains    easj, dav
chain       north, to
Mrs   Sam.  Livingston,  Locator,
John Livingston, Agent
-VtfOTlUK no: 12.
is" hereby    given
thnl
appl;
claim,
all's
Notice    is    hereby    given   thai  30
tlavs  after dale   I intend   lo   apply Ial  ni  ueai
to     the     Honorable     Thief    Com- siirvej   Mm
nii.ssjuiier    ut   Lamls    and      Works ing V \\
li»r n    license   to   proKjiHi fur   coal  etui's
and    petruleiim     un    the    fnllnwitui
descrihed    lands,     situated
district    uf    South    Kast  K
Province nf  British' Columbia
Commencing    at     a      pnst
at oi near *. miles east  ol <
t    111  mile post,
corner    of Turn
ami
NOTICE NO.
Notice    is    hereby    giv
davs   after date   1 intend   tt
tu     the     lluiiurable     Chiel
missioner     ol   Lands    and      Works Miles'
f..r a    license   in  prospect Ior   coal Miles'
and    pet r. ileum      on    the    follow ing thence
descrihed    lands,     situated    in    the theuce
district    nf    Sunt I,    Kast   Kuotenay, Uience
Province nf British Columbia: thence
Commencing   at   ,i     post   planted .tu pf
,.i  "t   i.-ar 'i mites east
fl  mile  |i
Notice    is" hereby    given   that. ^0
aftct date   lJ intend   tn   apply
north, to     tin      Honorable    Chiel    Commissioner    ol   Lands    and      Works
nf March, f*-r n    license   to  prospect for   coal
and    petroleum      on    the    following
deserilied     lands,     situated    in    the
district    of    South    Kast' Kootenay,
Province nf British- Columbia:
Cummencing    at    a     jios?    plant ed
..1   ui   near   1  miles east  ..(    C.  P.  P.
survev line at 33 mile pnsl. Ltd 1593
and   being   N.     W. corner tit  .lames
claim,    and    marked     James
VI. ' corner,
HO    chains    easi. I
ho cliains    south, *
ho    chains   west,
Kti   chain -
|mlsbloner uf Lands aud Works
Inr a license   lo prospect    Ior   coal
; amt pet rolcum on the inllowing
described lands. mtuatcd in thi'
disiriH ..f. S.,inh .'Eujtt '-KoOtei*^,;
Block \m, l*is.n'tire-'-ol',Bfttish
(7.1 nm hia-'
Commencing n| the N. E. comer of
Donald MeLeud's claim, thence south
so chaius, thence west 80 chains,
i" the C. 1'. l; Boundary line bo
tvveen Block 1503 and 'Block 4598.
theme i.ui ih Mi chains, along C.P.K.
boundary line, thence east 80 ehains
to place nf beginning.
Dated   April   t. 11108.
Dniiahl MeLeod, Lo
A. Hackett, Asent
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30
days all vi. date.I Intend, -.apply
tortile. .jifMuirablB:! -'UJyel lorn-
Drissjrfnir.'itl ht! . tttM-i. '■ and Works
for a-license ''to.jijlsiftVt"   f..r   coal
tnd    petrofeti
I described    lands,
district of
jn    Bhtek -I.V
Columbia:
Cmtneticin;
the S. W. i
claim, theuce
said C. P. K
cast Mi thai
chains, thence
■•in- r
survey line
Iieing s. E
ston s claim
tngston's s
them-e running
thence running
thence running
thence    ruuning
HO
•ulied Tom 1,1
E. crmr. I
chains    wen.,
chains     nnrth,
mi    chains    ca&t.
so eliains     suuth.'
Mc Dm
in   the thence
ntenav. thence
thence
planted thence
t».   It     t"  [lace ..I
and     11 rated
Living 1908
Chall
running
running
running
running
..I   Charlci
d     marked
tt
mi cha.ns
mi     chains
HIi   chain-,
Mi     chains
N.
running
i mining
running
running
ol commencement.
P. K.,   boosted' this   2fiih   dav of
Ik-] 190S
Mel iu
'liarie*.1
comer.
south,
east.
north,
west.
I
.Limes Miles,  Locator,
Jnhn Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO.  13
* Nol nt-   is    hereby    niven   that 30
days   aftei date    1 intend    to   appl;,
to     the     Honorable     Chief    Corn-
Job
to place of commencement.
Located   this   24th    dav ol March
1108.:
Tom Livingston, Locator,
.lohn Livingston,  Agent.
NOTICE NO, V
commencement (missioner    of   Lands    and      Works
this   24tli    il.n of March, fu| ,,  license   i,,   pi,.sped     f..r coat
land    petroleum     on    the   following
■s McDugall,  Locator, described    lands,    situated   in   the
i  Livingston. Agent. ;distrin    ol   South   East Kootenay.
T.— Province of British' Columbia:
NOTICE    SO. 10 I   commencing   at    n     post   plauted
is hereby given that 30 ut or near 1 miles east of C. P. R.
r dale I Intend to applv surve> line at 33 mile posl, Lui 45lid
Honorable    ('hiel    Com- and being   s. W. curner ol D.    Me-
NOT ICK
Notice is hereby given lhat 30
days after dale I intend to apply
nnrth, tu the Honorable Chief Com-
missioner ul Lands and ■ Works
March, fur a license to prospect for'* coal
ami petroleum on -the following
descrihed lands, situated in tlie
district of South East Kootenay,
on Block 1503, Province of British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted1 on
the southeast corner ol J. C, -ilaaa'
claim, tlience north SU chains,*thence
west ho ehains, thence south 80
chains along C. P. I!, boundary line,
thence east Kit chains to place of
beginning,
Hated April t, 1908. *   —:
J. C. Haas, Locator,
A.  Hackett. Attent.
Notice is hereby ni\iii thai :'0
lays afterdate I Intend to. applv
to the Honorable chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect Ior coal Uowlei
and petroleum on the lollowing thence
described    lands,     situated    in   the thence
missioner of Lands and Works I Vay's <
lor a license to prosper! for coat.Vay's
and petroleum on the following thence
described lamls, situated in the them-e
district ..I South Kast Kuotenay, thence
Province ol British Columbia: thence
Commencing   at    a     pnst   planted to place
ir near
cv line
N,  K.
unci
thence
thence
miles east  nl    C.  P. R.
mile post, and he-
"f   Mary Iinwler's
marked       Mary
E.        corner,
so    chains   west.
HU chains    south,
HO    chains    cart
8b   chains     north,
-laim, aud   marked   D.   Mc
S. W. corner,
running 80 chain- north,
running 80 chains east,
running 80 chains south,
running 80 chains west,
it commencement
N
running
running
running
running
to place ..f commencement
Located this   25th   (lav
1908.
Mary   Dowlor,   Locator,
.lohn Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO.
hereby    given
London,     April   L—Lord  Koseberv
hns been elected chancellor of   01ns- Notice    is    herehv    given   that 30
gow    University  tr. lill   the vacancv davs   afterdate   I 'intend   to   apply
caused hy the death of Lord Kelvin, to'    Iho     Honorable    Chlel    "
wlio was chancellor since 1891. missioner     nf   Lands    and
totn-
iiHtrict   nf   South   East Kootenav
Province ol Hrillsli Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
it nr near :( miles east of C, P. R.
survey line at 31 mile pnst. and bo-
'ng S. W. corner of tfurgarH Miles'
dflim,        and marked Mar
garet Miles'       S.     W,     corner,
thence running 80 chains north,
running Kd chains easi.
thence running 80 chnins south,
ttience running 80 chains west,
to place ol commencement.
Located this 24th dav ol March,
1908.
Margaret Miles, Locator,
John Livingston,  Agent.
NOTICE NO. 8
Notice   is    hereby    given   that .'i'i
days  alter date   I intend   to   applv
tit     the     Honorable    Chiel    Commissioner    of   Lands    and      VI oris
lor a    license   to  prospect fnr   coal  Sam
and    petroleum     on    the   lollowing  Ihence     running    80
described    lands,     situated   in   the thence    running     80 chnins
district    of    South    East, Kootenav, thence    running     h0    chains
Province ol British Columbia: tlience    running   80   chain-.
Commencing   at   a     post   plant* .1   to place nl com mencement
f   March,
Located this   35th   dav
1908.
D. MoVay, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent
March,
NOTICE
Notice   is   hereby    alfren   thai 30
davs   afler date   I   intend to   apply
to'    the     Honorable     Chief     commissioner    ol   Lands    and      Works
Inr a     license   to  prospect lor   coal
md   petroleum     on   the    following
described   lands,     situated   in     the
district of     Smith   East   Kootenay,
in   Block 1593, Province   ol   British
tire    is    hereby    given   that 3    Columbia:
afterdate   I Intend   to   applv     Commencing   at   a     post   planted
to     the     Honorable    Chief    Com- on the N. W. Corner ol   I). T. Hail-
missiuner    ol   Lands    and      Works ton's claim, thence smith HO   eliains
for a     license   to   prospect Ior   coal  Lo license claim No. "750, flifncc east
ami    petroleum     on    the   following 80 chains along the sutvey line      ol
descrihed    lands,     situated    In   the said claim No. 7750, thence norlh HO
district    of   South    East Kootenny, jclra'ns   alnng Mie surveyed line      nf
Province of British Columbia: claim license number lftlll and part of
Commencing   at   a     post   nhs'    'license number l«ii2, thenco west   Hi
nl  ui  near J mil its cast of C. p. R. chains to place of beginning,
survey line at 35 mile posl, Lot 4593 tnining M0 acres, more or le*
and being N. tt". corner of Mrs. Sam.   Hated April 4, 1908.
Livingston's claim, and marked Mrs.! I). T. Railton, Loeatot
Livingston's    N.    \\.   comer,' A. Hacket, Agent.
con*
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given lhat 30
days after date i intend to apply
lo the Honorable Chief Com
missioner ol Lamls and Woiks
lor a license tn prospect Ior coal
iiid petroleum on the fullnwing
descrihed lands, situated in the
disiriei uf South East Kootenay,
jn Block 1593, Province ol British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south.west corner ol L. K.
Armstrong's claim, ibence north ho
chains, thence east mi chain*,
to a surveyed claim. I cense number
1861, theuce south hu chains, along
ltie tine nf license numbers 1*M awl
11)112, ami thence su chains west to
place of beginning.
Haled   April  4,   1908.
L. K, Armstrong, Locator,
A. Hackett, Agent.
.nub
. Pro
the     lollowing
situated    in     the
Kootenay,
ol   British
at a posl ]ilaliU\l al
'met of .1. II. Tilslevs
aorth su chains along
boundary line, thence
S, thence south
west 80 chai
place of beginning.
Dated April 4, 1908.
J. H. Tisley, Locate
A. Hackett, Agent.
to
a-t-t
"^^WkW&^
east,
south,
west,
north.
Works at or near 3 miles cast of   C, P. II.     Located this   25th   dav nf   March,
NOTICE
Notice   is   hereby   given    ihat
davs  alter date   1* intend   to   apply
|o   the     Houorahle     Chief      rom-
NOTICE
Nolice   is   hereby   given   ihat   30
days alter   date   I   intend   to i*,ppiy
to' the     Honorable     Chief      Commissioner     ol ,   Lands   aud    Works
for a license   tn prospect     for   coal
•ind    petroleum     on   the    following it he in
described   lands,     situated   in     thej
district    of    Soutll    East   Kootenay,! iv-put
on    Block i698, Province   ol   British
Columbia: ! ■	
Cummencing at a post planted
thc north-west corner ol C,
ers claim, ihence south 80 chains,
along .said C. P. R. boundary line,
thence cast'80 chain-;, to license No.
1042, thence north 80 chains, thence
wesi 80 chains to place .-( beeinninc
Hated April ., 2908.
O. R. Kraser, Locator,
A   Hackete, Agent OFFICE
SYNOPSIS uK CANADIAN  110MK-
S       STEAD REGULATIONS
An>    available     Dominion     Lands
within the    Kailway Belt in    Bricisb
Columbia,   maj  be homesteaded    by
all") pcisuu who is the -suU- head oi a
Aiinily. ui anv male over 18 years ol
Re, I., the extent ol one-quarter see-
on of lull acres, mote ot less:
Entry must be made personally   at
the local    land office for the district
in' which tho land is situate,     Entry
proxy may, however, be made on
certain     conditions    by the    lather,
mother, sou, daughter, brouhec      or
sister  ni an intending honu'-.--\..l-'r.
'-T-he homesteader is required to perform tho   conditions connected therewith under one ol the following plans:
ill   At least six months   residence
upon and cultivation of the land    in
each year for three years.
(2). II the father (or raothsr,
if the father is deceased), of tbo
homesteader resides upon a faiiu in
the vicinity of tbe land entered Ior,
Uie requirements as to residence may
:te satisfied by such person residing
with the fathet or mother.
., .i. it the settler ti.is his per-
manent tesitlei.ee upon farming land
owned by him In the vicinity ot his
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied by residence upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing
should \ye given to tbe Commission^
Ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa ot m-
teotion to apply for patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period ol twenty-one
years at an annual rental ol Jl per
acre. Not more than 8,570 acres
shall t.e leased to one Individual or
companj \ royalty at the rate oi
ts per ton shall be collected on
■•*..tillable coal mined.
W   W. CORY,
ol the Minister of the Interior
3-2H
rWT JOHN    W.    WOLF
BOOT    SHOE   AND
HARNE.--5   y,.\UfM
Old -i ■- Made New.
Ill K.i.:- I Repo rii:
Give me .-. ...'.'.
ARMSTRONG  AVE.
OPENING RACE MEET
Of the Western Canada Turf Association at
CRANBROOK,
May 18 and 19, 1908
.2400 - IN PRIZES -
MAY   18
2.I7 Pace and 2.I2 Trot,
2.30 Pace and 2.25 Trot,
One Mile Dash, Open
,h4 Mile Dash, Open.
5<8 Mile Dash, Open.
Race for Local Horses,
ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH THE C. P. R. FOR REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
***************
V. A. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT
THOS. M. ROBERTS, SECRETARY
PROGRAMME
Purse $350 Free-lor-^ll,      ...
Purse   250 11-16 Mile Dash, Open   .
Purse   200 7-8 Mile Dasb, Open
Purse   200 5 1-2 Furlong -Dash, Open
Purse    150 One Mile Novelty, $50 at each quarter
Purse     25 Race lor Local Horses  . THK CKANBROOK   IIKItAI.D
T« !•:
ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING
IS NEEDFUL JOB PRINTING
To the Business Men of
Cranbrook
]•       Marysville
Kimberley
r-^„^,JFort Steele
Moyie
Morrissey
Creston
Sirdar
Wardner
Elko
And other towns in East Kootenay, and to the
Lumber and Mining Men of the District:
NOTICE
The Herald has long enjoyed the reputation of
turning out artistic, modern, commercial job work,
but durinS the. last month it has spent a large sum
of money adding machinery and the latest faces of
type to its equipment, and has over $1,000 worth
of printing stationery stock on the way from Toronto. Therefore, the Herald is able, better than
ever before, to deliver the goods in the printing Jine.
When you want work done by high class typographical artists in a modern printery, send your
-ofdvMQ;.-,*-,. ■-.
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!   CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
LOCAL   NOTES
PICKED IT    ABOIT   TIIE CITY
BV ASKING QUESTIONS OP
MANY PEOPLE.
Baby liuceics. U4.00.-O. C. S.
T   T. McVittio and Kile, ol    Port those present were I,.
Irom a trip to Spokane last.
Baby bungles, (14.00.-0. C. 8.
Frank Bond, ol Fort Steele,      wiw -Kit".
         .,.    . < .""i-
YOUNG CONSERVATIVES MEET
Last night the Voting Men's Conservative association held their first
regular meeting in the Kdison
theatre. V. A. Rollins, the presi-
denfc, WSSJn tho chair, and K. Home
was.at the secretary's desk. There
was    a Itu'ec    attendiiiice.      Among
...   .   ,        I.. S.  Katun,    of
Steele, are In Cranhrook today. (Victoria, the organtefcr for the   Con-
Mrs.     Bridget   Kennedy     returned "sorvativti     party    for this province.
 l\]*x. Baton was of lhe opinion      tlrat
everything looked very bright lor the
Conserva'live party all along the li
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Pr<$byieria«€hnrch:
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evening    service   at
".■"in o'clock
School   and
at :t o'clock
registered at  the Royal this week.
Baby buggies  iti.OO.—C, C. S.
D.  ,1. Elmer returned Irom a
i Kingsgate and Banners Kerry
day
Win. Essie, ol Fort Steele, is re-,
gistered at the Hotel Cranhrook ta
day.
Baby buggies, $U:M.—C   C. S.
Clint McDonald has installed a asm
wall case, the work of OflOtgt R.
Leask.
tins Theis, ot Perty Creek, was registered at the Cosmopolitan <m
Monday
Baby go carts, 14.75.—c. C.
It   .1. Laurie bas gone to
tu work foi   the  W.»m1 vtcSat.
brr company.
Ilaby go carta, 14.75.—O, C
Wm. Carlin, the universal pros
ol Fori Steele, is doing ihisiothk
Cranhrook today.
I.adien Oilon) shoes, U.85,—C,
of
he
li.i
were glvon bv   .1,   A.
T.   It.   Caven.   K.   Ma'lhiiid.iine
(V. A. Rollins.     K. W. Reeves, .lohn
trip Hums ami Joseph    Ryan    sang, Jas.
to*.Bates recited and the Kdison theatre
manAgomcnt    showed    some moving
iteturex".     II   was n  most civbhuslus
tic meeting and showed that  a great
deal ot wii'ipv  was being expended bv
the younft Conservatives on behalf ol
ihat party.
(•niid, Tuesday,
CITY COUNCIL
s.
Keruie
I uln
. S.
L. Isitt and   J. Vi. Peacock,
Spokane,  were in  Cranbrook  »t
beginning of the week.
Provincial Constable   Adney,
Wardner, was in Cranhrook on official may remove any
after tlie  pQSSSgC
The citv    council      met   last  night..
| hi-*   Worship Mayoi   HHnh and  Alder
(men  It van,   Maker  and   Henderson  l.e-
ing present.     It was decided to   m-
slsi oiu   Messrs.    Lewis ,\   M.Mi.iiei.
iof itw Novelty   Photographic  Studio
putting up a bond ior 15(10,  Mini    In
'cash and a personal bond ot Hon iluti
****• 'hey woulil stay Iti Cranlirook      one
In year,    as    provided bv    the bylaws.
Several bylaws wore given their first
C.St and second readings, among       them
bylaw-.'*-,. No. 51, hang nn   amendment
to the'flrirtth bylaw, to   which n city
scavenger will ho appointed and the
city will charge property owners direct.    No one but tho city scavenger
garbage    whatever
oi  this Inlaw.
♦	
AT TIE THEATRtS
husiness last Monday.
Baliy go carts, $4.75.—C. C. S.
... (.. Anderson, wile and family*
i.l Wyeliffe, were registered at the
Royal during the weft-. I 	
.1. I'halmers has gone lo t>>rni<i A. the now opera house the pic-
to enter the employ ol the Wood- tun* were excellent during the last
iMoNali Lumher company. .week.       "The    Pair    at    Seville.
Chas.   Smith and    Tboma» Tiuley "B»«ilng Under    l>iil,-r-.,li.
wil! leave tomorrow    tor a business K-™»T "' » _?"":.'•,     l'?, V*r-1 ™*
irin nest alonu the Crow •      a"   °'   H.M.S.   Bellerophon,    "Ihi
trip wm along tne crow. W(m, lmlustn. •„ Sorw,,. •■ ..Japan-
Ladies Oilord shoes,. tt.85.—C.C.S. mf Vaudeville" and "Dancing Nig"
W. F. Jackson, representing      Tke'wen*   very rooiI   studies iiiileed.    V.
Province,    ol Vancouver,   was i*gis- w, Reeves' rendering ot 'In Hear old
icred at the Itoyal this week. deorgin" anil "Why Can't We Always
A sleel span has been put over   the He Sweethearts?'' was well up
lillle   Moyio   river,     on ih* Cur-.on-.-hl;
hraneh, replacing a wooden ti-ntto.
"The
OTTAWA.
Murphy * Kisher,
Parliamentary,    Drpaitueutal
Patent ulhce * Rente.
ai.l
l-Taot'lce li,*i.,i.> Hallway Commtaaloli
Charles M,ii|ihy.
lUiuld Fisher.
.'ki:ui i:NT l„.i..il*: Ni". 88
KNIGHTS   ol   PYTHIAS
CriinbriMik, H. C.
every Tuesday at I f.
ui   al
Meets
New Fraternity Hall.
.1. II. lli'iiilcisol, K. ol K. St ».
W. A. Rollins, 0. 0.
Visiting   hi.Hum  cordially tutted
Ui »I tend.
I....P.P.    Key Clly Lo-J,.
No. 41. Meets twry
^.-^*. Monday nigh, at
New Fraternity Hall. Sojouin-
Iiir llilillellowi cordially Invited.
F. 1*
. Haines,
N. U.
siilen.lld simulant.
VT. II.
Lalng,., Who was in business
The Edison     theatre ran ihe "Lite
ot Chris.
fur live nights last wee),
xhibition on Sunday
when a rnllectiou w.is   taken
fall.     Forty-
iii n. ei illi
in Cranhrook as a harbor Ior      some ....
lime, is now at Raymond, Alberta: including a lie
. '     ... , , • ' *,    . , evening when a 	
.loe    Walsh,    the genial proYtacial ,„. ,*,,, sti *.•„,,,.„,. iras„|
constable,  ot     I-ort  Steele   is        ill siv ,,„■*.„... „..,„ ,*,,, a„„„
Cranbrook today on official business. ^   j.   McUermol    acted as treasurer.
Ladies Oxford shoes, fi.iir,.—C.C.S. Owing to the   Indisposition ol   Mrs.
Albeit     Mutz,      the     Femte beer Marshall the managomoni ot the new
prince,   passed      through Cranbiw* opera house were kind enough to con-
on his wny home Irom Kingsgate to- sen.
day
I P. II. Morrison has arrived from
j i lalgary to accept a .position in the
; office oi E. Mallandaine, C. P. 11.
Iniiii department.
Ladies Oilord shoes, ,1,35.—C.C.S.
A. A. Richardson, insurance
juster, ol Vancouver, is engaged.
through Cranbrook opera house were kind i-noim
from Kingsgate to- sent to F. Vf. Reeves sinning on Sun.
Mr. Keeves volunteered
day evening.
of
his services, as did llie res.
Kdison theatre stall, nnd his
ing ol the "Palms" and "The
City" were realty splendid,
week this theatre is showing
verv god    pictures,   Includin
*• first Cigarette," "Julia at lhe Bnr-
in racks" and "The    Child's Revenge
the
tiller-
Holv
Tins
some
•Her
It. CHECK  LOST
returning cheek
lailsi.n h? C.P
11   ,v  .... Cran
adjusting the lire loss at Boattfp S The   song ■■Smile   On Me" wns well
Atchison's store. '.     . "'received.
C. A. Barney, who has been       »n
engineer on the Crow for some time,: f. r
will leave shortly Ior Vermont*, where 	
he will in luture reside. I   (10.01.    reward for
Clint McDonald, proprietor ol   tbe made in favor ol '1. i
C. P. R. Cigtr stor*. retnmoil today R* to <*■   Sinclair,
from Lethbridge, where he was callci brook
by the   serious   illness of his 'sistei.l ♦
Mrs. Sontnard. lilhin
Ladies Oilord shoes, J1.35.i-C.t'..S.I 	
John Ewln, ol Wasa, Is ia     town'. Ctata .lohnson, who has heen 111
today.    Mr. Ewin will ink* tto big "> *j!e hospital tor sum.- moiiths, die
Rambler motor car, whieh N. .tiara on* Tuosday    morning.       lhe funeral
has purchased   Irom V. Hydo Bikor. t»»k place from Bcatty s iiii.l.'ilakin,.
to Wasa tomorrow. P-"101** yes-leniny-        lhe Re
was the officiating clorgyman.
Main
Baby go carts, I4.7t.-C. C. S.
R. A, .lones, R. E. Bishop, J. A.]
Bishop and A. S. Davis, all ol Cat-'
gary, were up at Wasa during      nhe
LAVISH.!. IN CRANBROOK
,  ,    ,       -        _.    ,    .     -    . Ottawa.     April      8.—Sir     Wilfrid
week looking over the lands owned by Lalirier ,.ni   g,oke a ,m„. „,       ,,„.
""fiE^nrt^TLT^L-nB west ln .tunc. He will stop at the
Ladies Oilord shoes, ,l.35.-*.l..8. principai cities and towns oi the
F. E. Carter and tastily b*va arriv- w*es*t on the main line. Tlie premier
ed in Cranbiook Irom tto cast. Mr. will return via the Crows Nest route
Carter will have charge ol tbe glass and will hold a big meeting in Iran
and mirror department ot the King brook.
Lumber    Mills'sash and door     fac*-| I
lory. .    ' THE PRINTERS COME THROUOH
The modal contest will tako   place    ,.       ..      , "TT ,      ,   .   	
In thc Presbyterian churoh tomorrow .*?■•"■'' "»•• <•< ■■••;'■ ", cost.s ™ *"n;
evening. Besides tto ndtaKlon »«• '«r <*• imemployea against wnn^
there will to a good progmnm ol mtt>' •* 8a,ne<i }'l «''■*'"•,•••* to the
semgs. An emrilnt entert-ainment f™;--"-'8,. expended by lypoirrajiliical
is raoeetad t'n.on   .No. b, ol  New   \ork, during
'■».,.        / -.      the vears   1»00 and 10.17.     In      the
Ladies Oilord shoes, |1,35.—0.0.8: former   year   the   benelil board di:
Invitations have been received    by bursed *5:.,«5l.7f>. in (he latter year
parlies in tuwn lor the wedding .  ol the total was ,31.84.1.27.
Mav, daughter ol Mr. and Mm. Wm. i
A. Kouk, ol Winnipeg, Man., to Mr.
Robert S. Aikens, ol Cranbrook, at
Winnipeg on April 22nd.     '    •*• mtm Herald:
Baby go carts, 14.75.—C. C. S. I Dear Sir: Afler reading your item
John McDermid, the Wardner hotel In last week's paper re Mrs. Patter-
man, sustained the Iracture ol a leg- son being in "destitute circum.
las. Monday -by falling Irom a rig in stances" I wish to say you must
which he was driving irom t-he town have been misinformed! as tin- money
to the station. He was brought in- collected is to he used to pay for
ro Cranhrook and is now undergoing her home and   for nn other purpose.
AN  EXPLANATION
Mrs. Patterson   feets .very grateful
C.S. to the peoplo of Cranbrook who were
so kind to her in her hour oi trouble.
Yours trulv.
I-I.  A. Burton
♦	
p*J»**H******f»***i">*l'!t*
_ T,
Seven Years Ago |
in Cranbrook** ** *
Ireatment in the St. Eugene hospital.
■   l-adies Oilord shoes, ,1.3)..
The Cranlunok city band gave   ab
[open air concert'last night Irom   the
j balcony ot tho    Cosmopolitan   hotel.
I The music wns much enjoyed by     a
j largo    number ol    Citizens who pro-
tnonflded Baker street during the n-n-
jdering ol the various sclcctiona.        j
I   Ladies Oxford shoes, (1.35.—C.C.S.
!   Judge Wilson expects to leave   Inr
j Fernie, where he will in future    reside.     The people ol Cranbrook will
! regret the    departure ol the       judge
and his family, who have made      M
I many Iriends   here, but tlie Increase
lot the criminal business in the   coat
Imalropolis makes this mow impel.i.
r've- , '   Banitarv Inspector Haines was    In
Ladies Oilord shoos, ILM.-CCS. town this   week touching up the lag-
|   Paul St. John has bought the    Is- gards who had tailed lo comply with
land hotel at   Waldo from P.      Me* tto health* regulations regarding    the
Connell and will take charge-at once, ct-wning of premises. j
j Mr. St.    John has been witb      the —— |
(Canadian hot-el lor some-Ume an A.   T.   Vroom's horse trod    on a
[a great lavorite with tie natrons ot gopher    hole   and    lie sustained the
; that house.    "Paul" will do Weil   m fiaetnre of one ol   his legs last Fri-!
j his new venture because he knows bis day.
business. ,     ' ___ ' I
♦ |   Mr. and     Mrs.    .1.  F.  Armstrong
i Cranbrook visitors last week.   .
ITEMS CL'I.I.KIi  FROM  TIIE J
IHC.ll.li   ii.     THAT    DATE jl
*************** (MMK*'
Win.  H.urls
Sen',.
A. t. t V ».
Regulai uisetltta ua
the third Thursday
o. ...ry mmik.
Visiting tin th en welcomed.
S. II   11,...kins, W. M.
I*:. W. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrnok Aerie 967
FOE
,*L  every
liluy    evening at
I'heatre.
Cole, W. P.
Thos.
Chas.  Smith,  Secretary.
Vlsltlug bieiliieu cordially .ait.nl.
I.OVAI. I.RANGE I.OD.1K, NO. 1871
CKANBROOK
Mid
Meet a. II   ol It. V. Hall lad
Ith Saluiday eaob month.
Visiting luetfcren always welcome
J. i:   Larrigan, W. M.
.Iniiii I\li-L.iughlan, Itec. Sec.
NV. P. OURP,
Barrister, Solicitor, Elc
CRANHROOK,HRITISH COLt'MBl.
* ...tt********************
J      C. H. DUNBAR      I
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public, Etc.
Cranbrook,    •    •    B. C.
•♦♦*♦«♦»•»»•»♦••»•*••»•»■»#•»«•»»*
[IKS. KINU & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Oltii'i at KeiMeaoe, Arnutrong At*.
OFFICE HOURS : '.
Forenoons 9 tin In 10.00
Afternoons -
Evenings - -
Sundays - - -
CRANBROOK :,
- 2.00 to   4.00'
- 7.30 .0   8.30
- 2.30 til   4 80
::    ll * ..    II.
C.
DR. P. P.. KINO
DENTIST
office   HOURS:
11 to 12 a.m.
I to   8 p.m.
7 lo    8 p.m.
Office anil resilience on Aiuislnui*,; ave
CllANBROOK       -       -      •    B.C.
DR. P. B. MILP.S
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOIIIIS:
0 10 13 a.m.
1 lo   8 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
onu,. in new Ri'lil III,., I,
CllANBROOK -      -      - B. O.
********************* ,
; CUMMINUS & CUMMINQS !,
! CIVIl  CNIIINK-t-KS.AND  UO.tMi-.ION ! ',
AND H.C. I.-IN.I SlkVlillWS      | |
"iM" Cranbrook, B.C. '<'
**********************
.. I'll-IIHl* tflVH prii*. *,nit dMi.Tip.
lion, mill ri'linnn (ir Helling. Htste
win-it |.i.H-,<**,Hio.i ..in l.. hail.    Will
llt-lll   Willi l,,»ll,'l*S l.lll.V.
I. |.,i-l,y*.l,lrf.Bi.\!l.'H ...li.li.aler'.N. V.
K. OP P. BALL
—— I   E. C. Smith, member ol   the local
The Knights ol Pythias will   bold tonne,   returned    Irom a two weeks
their annual ball on Easter Monday, wcati"" .-his week.
April 20th.    Tto Knlgbts an Mkllg    _.      .   . ,.   "—T .
,,.»n.-...i™*, ._, noli. tk.!*. j„«-_. ***    "frm* is *•!■ "• » h°l r-K* hetween ._
preparations to make their dance one ^^ owned by Messrs „       w.lk., N
ol tho event* ol Uw season and when (r ^d Peltier. I
they take hold ol any lorm ol entor-   I   peny Creek hotel and ranch.   For
tainment they do It well so      tbat    Frank Collett wai in town on Fri- particulars apply to Herald office.
~~IV4-VT£0—
i„ Im.ii ii.tii, oivii.rtiitviiii*-
A OOOD FARM
Sot |iiu-!ii'iiliir nlniiit Iiii-b-
a splendid b»U nay hi expected.        day Irom Windermere.
I
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