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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  12
l.KANHKOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THURSDAY,   MAY 20. 1909
NO. i»
Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
HAVE   ON   HANK   IN   TIIK
Carriage and Saddlery Department
THK   FOLLOWING:
UP RUGS, W001 RUGS, OUSTERS, HORSE COVERS,
FLY NETS AND FIT SHEETS, HEAVY AND
LIGHT CARRIAGE AHD EXPRESS HARNESS.
Tln\v Iihvp tin* liirtfi'Ht uml liest assortment <>r wbijiH evor
shown  in  the city.       KwIiIIch ami  Undies u huoiI
ussortiiiotit,
Hospital for Sick Harness
Dr. Win. Parks, mir harness doctor, is nn oxpert in his
profession; so if yon Imvu nny sick harness, bring it to the
Cranhrook Trading Co's Huruess Hospital for treatment.
***********************
East Kootenay Bottling Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Carbonated Beverages.
There are others, but!!
PHONE 73 I'. 0. BOX 801
********************************************
When you get ready to Invest in
East Kootenay Land
Write to or call on
The East Kootenay
Investment Co.
We have a long list of Attractive
Bargains.
*********************************
For Fruit and Mixed Farming
640   ACRES
Choice Land for Sale either as a whole
or in quarter sections.
Well watered hy springs and small lake.     Also water record
on   Sntnl  Creek.        Uovernment   Wagon    Koad   through
properly, about 2J niih-B from Kootenay Kiver and *1 miles
soulh of Crows Nest Railway,
Price $10 per acre as a whole
Terms   \ Cash, balance in three minimi payments!
li per emit interest.      Saw Logs Reserved.
Apply  T.   0.   PROCTOR,   NELSON,   B. C.
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RACE MEETING AN A88URED
SUCCESS
ENTRIES ARE COMING IN DAILY
AND MANY ENTERTAINMENTS
PROMISED
From tti*- plains ol Albeit a. the
rocky ridges of Wrst Kootenay ami
liom Hit* Inland Umpire ol Washington nml Idaho the people are coming
to Cranhrook for the hig race meet*
ng next Monday and Tuesday. The
success of the meeting is an ussured
fact, us a largo number of horses are
lieiulv here and many people have
arrived to attend the races. The
hotel accommodation will lie taxed
to the limit, hul every hostelry is
arranging for    extra aeeommodutioii.
Baseball will form a feature ol the
meeting, A match has heen arranged between the Moyie antl Cranbrook
team, which has all the ear-marks of
being a good game, as these teams
met last Sunday in Movie and had a
very close contest indeed. The
fat men's team, of Femie, will meet
the fat men's team of Cranbrook
during thc meeting. This game will
be for blood without a doubt.
There seems to be no doubt but
that all thc races will All, as horses
are coming In every day. H is impossible to give tbe entries, as these
do not close until (I p.m. on Saturday, for Monday's races, and on
Monday at 6 p.m. for Tuesday's
races.
Arrangements have been made (or
various forms of entertainment (or
Monday and Tuesday evenings.
Following is the programme o( the
races:
MAY 24TH,
2.12 trot or 2.17 pace    $350
Local half   mile beats   150
One mile dash 200
3-4 mile dash 200
5-8 mile dash   150
1-2 mile dash for local horses    50
$25.00 given by the Kink Mercantile
Co., Ltd.
$25.00 added by the Cranbrook Park,
Ltd.
MAY 25TH.
Free-for-all, trot or pace, purse.$400
2.35 trot or 2..0 pace   300
7-8 mile dash   200
j 1-2 furlongs dash   150
I mile novelty $50 each quarter. 200
1-2 mile dash for local horses ... 50
$25.00 given by P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
$25.00 added by the Craubrook Park
Ltd.
 »	
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
enough to    eliminate the possibility
of a doubt  in this venture.
FOR     SALE—One bay  mare    and
colt- also two hay mareh, aged I and
* years; one grey    mart 1 years old,
wagon    and    harness;   set    up    boh
leighs;   l  bog and    bush plow    anil '
'Iher farming implements, $000 cash i
takes the lot. Apply D. Burton, j
Cranbrook, U.c. 7-tI    I
William    J.    Ilirtch    arrived from
algary yesterday.     Mr, Mutch will
have ehaige of the work on an irrig-
tlon   ditch    at   Wasa   tins  summer.
A GREAT INDUSTRY
HK      KING    LUMBER    MILL!
LTD., SAWMILLS AND FACTORY HAVE HAI) GREAT
GROWTH.
He is an old timer in llns part of
the country and was will known in
Marysville during Ihe construction
ilays of the smelter.
Our hig stock ol copyrights, Wo
get all the new books as they are
published, at $l.lili for ten days only,
Cianbrook Drug & Hook Co.
It. A. Kempton hus imported from
the Walden ranch at Cowley, Alta.,
the three year old Clydesdale stallion, Walden Pride, by McLaiid. liis
dam was Susan Walden. He is a
fine upsfauding hay and will be a
credit to the district. Ile will
stand at Windermere.
Books!   Books!!    Books!!
headquarters   for   books,
others    follow.—Cranbrook
Book Co.
It would be bard to beat the companies represented by Arnold &
Roberts for prompt settlement of
fire losses. The big lumber lire at
the Mayook Lumber company, which
took place last Thursday morning, involved a great deal ol Are insurance,
but to the credit of the companies
represented by Arnold & Roberts bo
it said, that all the adjustments
were made to the tune of Jll.iHiO by
last Saturday night.
! Always
We lead,
Drug    &
was
ves-
the
1908  will   remind   you   why you   need
Fire Insurance
It can be obtained in tho strongest Companies in the World    ] [
FROM
Beale A Elwell
Rial Batata, Insurance and Investment Rrokeri
CRANBROOK, B. C.
The country ia now beginning to dry up, so consider
whether you hnve sufficient Insurance on your logs, lumber,
hay, farm buildings, residence, furniture, store and mill
property. We are always glad to call nnd advise you as to
rates, etc,, and give you any information you may desire.
Dance at the Auditorium May 25th.
Good lloor and room (or everyone.
I. Telfer, C.P.R, roadmaster, ol
Fernie, was in the city yesterday,
Otis Staples, of Wyeliffe, was in the
■ity today.
Frank Dunn has been busy fencing
his lots for  thc last two weeks.
Dance at the Auditorium May 25th.
Good floor and room for everyone.
Book sale.—Cranbrook Drug «fc Book
Co.
Walter Lamb has been in Creston
this week acting as an expert on
billiard table repairing.
A. Leitoh left for Winnipeg yesterday on business connected with the
Bast Kootenay Lumber company.
P. II. .lohnson, of Calgary, representing the Hall sales, was registered at tbe Cranbrook yesterday.
We even bave them at 15c. each.—
Cranhrook Drug & Book Co., Ltd.
Mrs. Leitch and daughter, of
Moyie, were Cranhrook visitors yes
terday.
D. Mackenzie, of Moyie, was a
guest at the Cosmopolitan this
week,
1'. C. Duvau, of Fort Steele,
registered at the Cosmopolitan
terday.
Vou don't   buy old books at
Cranbrook     Drug a   Book   Co. sale,
but late, up-to-date fiction.
II. W. Madill, organizei: of the
Order of Chosen Friends left today
for Crcston, where a lodge will be
formed.
Olive, lhc little daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. V. Hyde Baker, returned
from England today accompanied by
her governess.
A social dance will be held at the
Auditorium on Tuesday evening next.
The Cranbrook orchestra has been
engaged for the occasion and a good
time is assured those who attend.
Ten day hook sale going on at
Cianbrook Drug & Book Co. away
below cost.
The spread of scarlet (ever In
Spokane is getting quite alarming.
Kvery precaution should be taken to
see that it does not become epidemic iu this district.
There will be a dance in the Carmen's ball nn Monday evening at
9.80 o'clock. The Cranbrook orchestra will be in attendance. Admission $1.00.    Ladies free.
Our 20c. line of hooks on sale is a
genuine bargain of late up-to-date
copyright fiction.—Cranbrook Drug <&
Book Co.
Asters, stocks, pansies, phlox, Indian pinks and other bedding plants
now ready. At the Cranbrook
Greenhouse, Garden avenue. Phone
33.
Are vou in need of a good lawn
mower this season? We carry the
American line ot the Blue and Red
Star mowers; also garden hose, both
in plain and wire wound. "Good
goods only."—Patmore Bros.
J. S. Dennis, of Calgary, assistant
to the second vice-president ol the
C.P.R., was In Cranbrook between
trains on Friday. The C. P. R.
will at once commence an active advertising campaign as to their lands
in thc province.
WANTKD-Family laundry; also
young ladles' laundry. Apply Mrs.
Chatterton, Cranbrook, B.C.      fi-2t
The big seepage on the Pineher
Creek Oil company's property runs
along the creek for a distance ol
seventy-five yards. Sufficient oil Is
I running to waste every day to make
if paying well.    This (act alone    is
FAREWELL TO KING
THE   MANY   FRIENDS     OF   DR.
KING BID HIM GOODBYE.
Dr. J. IL King leil yesterday for a
ine or six mourns tup to uie medical centres oi Europe. Alter visiting Willi lus tamer at Uiiptnau,
.tew BruuswicK, where he will join
Airs. King, he will sail lor EnglaiiU
and will take advanced courses iu
surgery in Loudon, Berlin anu
V leiina. On Tuesuuy evening a nuin-
uer ot tbe doctors friends foregathered at the committee rooms oi
uie Hotel Craiibrooa, where un iu-
I'urmul smoker was held to wish the
guest vl the evening "bon voyage."
judge Wilson wus in the chair, aud
an excellent cbairiuuu hu makes. His
remarks on introducing the various
speakers were pithy, witty and to
the point. There were many kind
things said about the doctor and
many good wishes expressed for the
doctor and Mrs. King, lt was a
happy gathering. There were present friends who pioneered shoulder
to shoulder with Dr. King in the infant days of Cranbrook, There
were those whom he bad attended in
time of sickness. There were those
who had known him the longest and
therefore liked bim best. A pleasing
incident was tbe presence of W. R.
Koss, K.C, M.P.P., of Fernie, who
as everyone knows, sits on tbe opposite side of the house at Victoria
from tbe doctor. Mr. Ross paid
Dr. King a very high tribute and
said that he (Mr. Ross) as whip ot
the Conservative party had learned a
great deal (rom Dr. King, who bas
been whip for the opposition for
many years. Other old timers and
comparatively new comers spoke and
the theme was always good wishes
for the trip. After thc talks were
over those present settled down to
various games of cards or sat about
in groups indulging in a general conversation. Later a dainty repast
was provided, which was a credit to
Messrs. Hoggarth & Rollins and was
enjoyed by everyone. The party
broke up shortly after midnight.
During Dr. King's absence his partner, Dr. Green, will be in charge of
the practice here, assisted by Dr.
Collin, of Moyie.
CREMATED A HINDOO
CKANBROOK   PEOPLE WITNESSED THE CEREMONY LAST
SATURDAY.
For the first time io tlie history ol
Cranbrook tbe weird Hindoo custom
ol cremation took place last Saturday. Sbcai Sangb, an Hindoo laborer, died in the St. Eugene hospital alter two weeks' illness Irom
lung trouble. His lellow countrymen at once got the necessary permit Irom uovernment Agent Armstrong, and proceeded with thc
corpse to the Standard Lumber company's mill, where the funeral pyre
had been built. The wooden box
containing the body was placed upon
this and covered wilh cords ol dry
wood. A match did thc rest. It
was a gruesome sight lor the spectators who had gathered around,
having motored, driven or ridden to
tbe scene ol the cremation. As the
bo* burned up thc charred bodv could
be distinctly seen. One black hand,
raised, probably hy the action ol the
heat, until It was almosl perpendicular; and one could see the llesh dropping oil and the white bones appearing. The scalp leil away, disclosing
tin- skull, as white as II It had been
burled in lime. It is a curious custom, but apparently Is attended by
no religious ceremony ol any kind,
the Hindoos simply standing around
smoking and smiling. At a certain
stage ol the proceedings the dead
man's clothes were burned also. Alter about lour hours parts of the
bones of the feet, thc hands, the
head and tha hodv were collected
and later transmitted to the dead
man's wile in India, whero they will
be thrown into the river Ganges.
Prom a sanitary point ol view cremation Is unquestionably a good
thing but it would seem that the
air    system    adopted hv    the
iiu.- nf the largest, best managed
ami arranged nianutacturing institutions in tin. district is the King
Lumbor .Mills, Limited. This company operates two sawmills and .mc
ol thv largest planing mills, sash ami
door factories ami wood working establishments In the west. Tbeir
timber limits cover an area ot
3,800 acres, containing upwards of ,,
siv hiindt-t-tl million leet ol timber, ,
.in.l their payroll is divided hctwveu
about twi. hundred and lifty em-
ployccs, .The product of the concern is shipped all over tbe Dominion, oven us fur east as New Brunswick.
The business ol this company is
syslemlzed so that the matter ol
waste, il not absolutely eliminated,
certainly reduced to a minimum,
us tin* sash and door tactory and the
lath mill can use a great deal of
matt-rial that would otherwise be
wasted.
The head office ol the company is
located just north ot Cranbrook,
wheiv is also the planing mill and
gash and door tactory. Here the
company owns some thirty acres of
beautiful level land with low hills on
the wt-stcrn side. This Is almost a
village in itsell, containing, as il
dt.es, the factory and dry kiln, the
warehouses and dry sheds, the ollict'
litiiMing aud a number ol neat cottages and tlie men's boarding house
mul sleeping quarters. City water
is laid on antl a capital electric light
ilunt furnishes tbe necessary light
ii the yard. One can see some live
or six million feet ol the best lumber under the canopy ol heaven, drying in huge neatly built piles. This
i.s the hast* ol operations. Here a
large ollice stall, under the personal
direction ol M. B. King, the manag-
assistctl by B. A. Carter, assistant manager and W. S. Ward,
chief accountant, manage the executive part nf the business. Here tbe
great supply ol stores for the various mills and camps are warehoused. In fact this is the hub of
the great institution's wheel.
At Yahk, forty-one miles west of
Cranbrook, is located the company's
largest sawmill in the center ol their
timber holdings ot some sixteen tliou-
und acres, to which is tributary
iso twelve square miles, situated on
Lamb creek. There the companv
operate their own railway, which is
fully chartered, trom Yahk, following
Meadow Creek to the International
boundary. The capacity ol this mill
is at present 50,000 leet a day. All
nf the lumber cut there is either
shipped in the rough to the markets
of tbe east or to the lactory at Cranbrnok to be turned into finely finished
material or to be converted Into
sashes and doors and other commodities manufactured by the company.
One hundred and twenty-five men are
employed at this point under the direction 01 O. Saddler, the superintendent, and S. Benzie, the mill
foreman.
At what is known as No. 2 mill,
about two miles west of Cranbrook,
the company contrails some five
thousand acres ol timber lands,
which is being disposed ot by a sawmill with a capacity ol about
■I'i.iioo leet a day. Here the same
arrangement exists and what lumber
is not shipped in the rough to the
prairie Is brought to the Cranbrook
factory, and there turned into the
finished article. Here also the company operate a railway lor the purpose nl logging. Thirty men are em-
nloyed here, with J. McCallum as
foreman.
So much for the actual sawing ol
tlie lumber. The manufacturing of
tin. finished product, which is done in
Cranbrook, is perhaps the most interesting to the layman. Tbe dry
kiln alone, with Its three miles ol
team pipes and Its capacity ol thoroughly kiln drying 40,000 leet ol lumber a day, is an institution In itsell.
The great lactory, with twenty-two
separate and distinct machines, is a
wonder. The arrangements Ior
cleanliness and safety from fire being
il the most modern kind. Here the
first thing that strikes a stranger is
the quiet and systematic manner in
which everyone does his work and
the absence ol any hustle or hustle,
antl the marvelously quick time in
which work la turned out. Here
mav lie seen thc giant slzer with a
capacity tor a stick of timber 30
inches wide and 10 inches thick,
wliich it dresses on all lour sides at
mu- operation. The machine gander,
which automatically sandpapers a
door In about a minute, the band re-
saw, which will cut lumber down tn
anv thickness, even an eighth ol an
inch, the matcher, and the wonderful
filing room, where saws and planer
Knives are automatically filed or
sround without the aid of man. On
Hit- second story are located thc
machines for making Windows antl
il.mrs and all kinds ol turned
articles, such as newal posts, banister
rails, comer blocks and all such sundries. We were shown here an almost complete C.P.R. station, even
to the freight shed doors and the
telegraph operator's table.
Not the least Interesting part of
the establishment is the great warehouse, In which are stored hundreds
of doors and windows awaiting shipment, tons ol glass, which .the
ompanv import direct Irom England,
besides tons of all kinds ol supplies,
from potatoes to harness. Here, as
verywhere In the plant, the neatness
and order ol everything strikes one.
The shipper, H. Clarke, is a busy
man and the way that a car ot lumber Is loaded, to use a western expression, "is not slow." Mr. Clarke
has been with the company upwards
nf six years. P. W. Larson, thc
foreman of the planing mill, is one nt
their most valued employees. The
sash and door department Is in
charge of Charles Danfnrth, who Is a
thoroughly able   man In his depart-
Imperial Bank of Canada
HEAD OFFICE l TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED       -      $10,000,000
CAPITAL PAID UP         -      - 5.000.000
REST 5.000.000
D, R.
HON.
WILKIE, Preiltlent.
ROBERT JAFFRAY,
VlccPresldent
A.-counts of Corporations. Municipalities, Merohants,
Farmers and Private Imlivitluals invited,
Drafts nml Letters of (V lit Issued, available in any part of
tlie worl.l.
SAVINGS DKl'Ain.MKNT -Special attention
given to Sayings Bunk Accounts. Deposits of J1.U0 ami
upwards received and interest allowed at current rote from date
of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch«J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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< i
Fishing: Tackle
t tut Spriug stock Ims arrived nnd we nro now
in a position to till all requirements. Flies.
Itooks to gut. Linos. Reels, Uresis and Hods.
We strongly recommend the
BRISTOL  STEEL  ROD
The trii*j angler is the man we like to have for a
customer.   Ho will know in a minute that we
handle the right goods, and all of them at fair
prices.
J. D. McBRIDE, Hardware
CRANBROOK, B. C.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
A great city is springing into being in British Columbia.
It is Prince Rupert—tbe city of destiny.
Prince Rupert is the terminus of tbe Grand Trunk Pacific
--the emporium of Northern British Columbia. Alaska and
the Yukon—the centre of the great fishing industry of the
north—and destined to be one of lhe great commercial and
industrial centres of population on the continent.
Between 2,000 and 2,400 lots will be offered for sale
by public auction in Vancouver, B. C, May 25th to 29th.
Terms:—one quarter cash: balance one. two and three years
at six per cent, interest. Titles are absolutely indefeasible,
which means that ail titles are guaranteed by the British
Columbia Government;
No city in the making ever presented to the world greater
possibilities than Prince Rupert. What San Francisco is to
California—what Portland is to Oregon--what Seattle is to
Washington—and what Vancouver is to Southern B. C.
Prince Rupert will be to the great developing region of the
Norlh.
For maps and further particulars, write
C. D. RAND,
Agent for Government and Railway,
Vancouver, B. C.
WE   WANT  YOUR
INSURANCE
YOU   WANT OUR
INSURANCE
Had we not better get together
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANRROOK, B. C.
Hindoo is somewhat shocking to ment.
Western feelings. What appeals to | Taken as a whole It is doubtful It
the sons nl the Orient Is somewhat East Kootenav has a more progres-
harrnwing to the feelings ol the sive nnd up-to-date Institution than
dwellers In Ite Oxldrnt. the King Lumber Mills, Limited.
BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS AT OWNERS'PRICES
Choice Farm Land at Owner's Price
.Mr. Investor—watch this space if you are looking
for a good Investment. These farms are just us
described.
320   ACRES
12 miles from Craubrook and 2 miles from Railroad
Siding, 20U acres level and has good black soil.
Balance somewhat rolling. Good creek runs
through farm and 50 inches water right goes with
place. 10 acres cleared and in crop, 100 more can
be easily cleared. No trouble to Irrigate 20O acres
of this land. Small frame house lately built and
log stables.   Some wire fencing.
PRICE. $20 PER ACRE
Hulf cosh.   Balance arranged.
Fred A. Russell
Office: Opposite Royal Hotel,Cranbrook, B. C.
P. O. BOX 144
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**************** THE   CRAiN BROOK   HERALD
fil.OO A YEAH
TIIE   PAPER   THAT   IS  READ   BV   THE   PEOPLE
MAV 20, 1909
OltANBUOOK 11 KHALI)
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
Limited.
£
i/u.
Kiliuu and Manager.
MATTER LEFT OUT,
Considerable news matter is unavoidably hold over owing io tin- (act
ihat we could only run a six page
paper, us uur stuck ui paper lias not
arrived.
LABOR ADJUSTMENT IN THE
ISIIUNIMKY
Judge Wilson returned uu Sunday
night Hum Greenwood, where he acted us i-hairmau uf the liuuid of Conciliation between thu British Columbia Copper Lumpany and their wm-
ployes, The other members of the
board were J, Mclnness, M.P.P., ol
Phoenix, uud Udward Cronyn, bar-
rislei, ul Toronto. The complain tn
ol the men were that the compauy
refused to huve any dealings with
llie union und discriminated against
union employes, The hearing lasted
eight ilays, dining which time some
sixty witnesses wen; examined. The
board, it is understood, were uot
unanimous in their finding, but what
the finding was cannot he ascertained
until it is published hy the Department of Labor. The finding undoubtedly will have to very fully
deal with the question ol recognition or non-recognition ol unions by
employers aud so will be ot great
iuU'iest to the Indistrial community.
11.
Mo-
Ban-
LIBERAL MEETING.
The annual general meeting ol the
Cranbrook Liberal ussociatiou was
held iu Mighton's hull on Friday,
May llth. The election of officers
for the ensuing year resulted as follows:
Honorary     President—Dr.    ,1
King, M.P.P.
President—M. A. Macdonald.
Vice-President-K. H. Small.
Secretary-Treusucei—Alex.   L.
Dermot.
Executive Committee—F. M
field, Maurice Quain, A. U. Macdonald, Dr. F. B. Miles, J. W. Robinson, George Hoggarth, Jos. Brault,
J. G. McCallum, Jus. Campbell and
M. McEachcrn.
The meeting was a large and enthusiastic uue and passed several resolutions requesting the attention ut
the Dominion government to various
matters of urgent importance 1o this
district.
 *.	
MORAL    AND     SOCIAL REFORM
COUNCIL.
(Communicated.)
A meeting which represents a new
force iu the commercial life ol Cranbiook was held in the court house on
Monday evening at 8.30. This was a
meeting to perfect the organization
of the Moral and Social Reform
Council of ('ranbrook, in afliliation
with the Moral ami Social Itetorm
Council of British Columbia recently
organized in Vancouver, aud which,
together with councils of all other
provinces of Canada is affiliated with
the Moral and Social Reform Council
of Canada. Representatives were
present from the several Protestant
churches, fraternal societies, and
labor unions. Rev. C. O. Main was
chosen president, Rev. Flewelllng
1st vice president, G. \V. Patmore
2nd vice president ami II. White sec-
retary-lreasurer. A committee was
appointed to draw up a constitution
and draft the policy of Hie council.
The aim of the council is to centralize In one organization all efforts
ol reform in the community. Us
work will be to deal with temperance, gambling, immoral literature
and obscene pictures, social vice, law
enforcement, educating and sensitizing public opinion, oversight of voters' lists ami in otlier ways to advance the moral and social welfare ot
the community. The attention of
the council at present will be corn-
cent rated on the suppression of the
social evil as the most glaring ot
Cranbrook's evils and a committee
was appointed to draft a petition to
the police commissioners urginc the
enforcement of tlie law tor the suppression of the curse. This petition
is to lie circulated among the voters.
Letters are to he sent lo thc vnrtous
organizations not already represented
asking tbat representatives be appointed to the council nt once. The
meeting then adjourned lo meet on
Friday, May 2Sth, to hear thc report
of the committees.
♦
DEATH OF MRS. A. McBRIDE.
Word has been received announcing
the death last Tuesday in London,
Ontario, of Mrs. A. McBride,
mother of J. I). McBride, ot this
city. Mrs. McBride was well known
here, having visited with her son on
manv occasions. J. D. McBride was
In Winnipeg at the time ot his
mother's death and the telegram announcing her demise was forwarded
to him. He proceeded at once to
London. The sympathy ot the
people nf Cranbrook will go out to
Mr. McBride, in which the Herald
joins.
ACQUITTED.
The Cameron brothers, who were
charged with having set fire to the
lumber piles ol the Mayook Lumber
company, were acquitted hy Stipendiary- Magistrate Armstrong vester-
dav. Four days were occupied ln
hearing the evidence and the arguments of the lawyers. W. R. Ross,
K.C, appeared for the private prosecutors, and .1. A. Harvey and M. A.
Macdonald tor   thc defence.
DOMINION PAU.UMENT PROKOfiUEO
The House ol Commons prorogued
yesterday.
1)11.   COFFIN    GOES   TO    CRAN-
BROOK,
(Moyie Leader.)
l)r. J. W. Uolllu expects to leave
tomorrow Inr Cranbrook, where be
will work iu connection with Dr.
Green during the absence nl in*. King
in Europe. Dr. Collin expects to belli t'laiihrook lor three or lour
months, during which time Dr. 11.
Asslcstine will look utter his practice
here. This Is a mark ol recognition
nl Dr. Collin's ability as u physician,
ami i.s a step upward Ior a man wlm
is iu every way deserving ul such.
BAStBALL
A great game oi ball took place
al ftioyle lusl Sunday between the
Moyie aud the Craubrook leauis.
mi* result was a victory lor Moyie,
with a score ol 1 lo (I. The game
was au even oue all tbrougb, the
learns being very closely matched.
These teams play here on the
morning ol the -ith and tbe public
is assured ol its money's worth, us
nu duubt the contest will be a close
and interesting one. The lullowiug
was the Cranbrook line-up:
Stinson, catcher; Wiudic, pitcher;
Clark, 1st base; Sullivan, 2nd base;
.Matthews, 3rd base; Balincy, short
slop; Miller, ceuter Held; Wilson,
light Held; MacDonald, lelt Held.
C. ll. Messenger, ol Moyie, was the
umpire.
Tlie Moyie line-up was us follows*.
Kamm, 1st base; Seaton, 2nd base;
Holland, 3rd base; liclsay, shurt
stop; Grady, catcher; Mclntyre, lett
Held; Brit/hill, center Held; Kelly,
riglil Held; Crislcy, pitcher.
naileries — Windell aud Stintsuu,
Cicsler and Orady.
Hits ol Windell—6.
Hits ol Crcsler—6.
.struck out by Windell—12.
Struck out by Cresler—14.
Errors by Cranbrook—1.
Errors by Moyie-2.
Two base hits—Kelly, Moyie, 1.
Bases on balls—Cresler 1.
Hit by pitched ball-Miller, Cranhrook.
stolen bases—0.
Time ol game—1 hour 15 minutes.
Umpire—Chas. 11. Messenger,
Moyie.
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DIED.
At the St. Eugene hospital on
Sun-day, May the 16th, Andrew
l.iiudsrud, ot Wardner.
IMPERIAL BANK TU BUILD AT
ONCE
The plans lor the new Imperial
Bank ot Cauada building will be here
Uus week aud construction will commence at once. The building will
uc ol solid brick, two stories high,
m by lid leet in sine. The same
plans will be used in Fernie, where
ihe bank will build and open as souu
as possible.
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COMING BACK AGAIN.
A more welcome announcement
lhan that tlie San Francisco Opera
company is to return to Cranbrook
.Holiday, June 7, could not possibly
in* given out by Manager Beattie.
lliis talented organization has so
thoroughly established itsell for giving its patrons the best entertainment ever offered by any company,
that it has already a welcome awaiting it in this city. Much interest
is also due to tbe tact that thc
company has been materially
strengthened with three new principals and eight additional chorus
people since the last visit, and also
that "Floradora," the most popular
nf all musical comedies will be presented. There is no doubt whatever
ol the extraordinary popularity ul
"Klnradnra," inasmuch as it is
known tn have drawn the largest
audiences all over the country ol any
musical production in the last do/en
years. Tliere s always conspicuous
merit in an attraction that makes
such a record, and "Floradora" may
salcly be anticipated as an entertainment nl the most wholesome, enjoyable and meritorious character. It
is khulled with thc spirit ol harmless, clean Irolic, and has a story
lhat reads well. Wit, sharp, new
and agreeable, adorns the briefest
st-eiie, and song, all set to most delightful music.
"LONG MAC" LEAVES
W. W. McDonald lelt last Tuesday
fnr Milk Kiver, Alberta, where he
will engage in the drug business. Mr.
Mi-Donald will be much missed, not
nnly by the patrons ol Beattie &
Atchison's store, where he has been
the chlel dispenser tor a long time,
hut by a host ol Iriends who have
ernwn to like him lor his many personal good qualities. On Monday
evening a number ol Mr. McDonald's
friends tendered him a banquet at
the Cosmopolitan hotel. Dr. .1. II.
King and F. E. Simpson acted as
chairmen. There were many talks,
many kind words said, and many
good wishes extended to "Long
Mac." The Herald Joins with his
numerous friends in wishing him
every pnssible success in his new
sphere nf usefulness. It is to be
Imped that when the opportunity otters Mr. McDonald will visit Cranhrook and his Iriends here.
EARTHQUAKE  SHOCK FELT.
Although It is not generally known,
tliere seems no doubt but that a
distinct earth tremor took place tn
Cranbrook last Saturday evening. At
about 10.30 o'clock the lawyers who
were arguing a case in the court
house, lelt the building shake lor a
miinl ol several seconds. W. R.
Hoss, K.C, ol Fernie, said he lelt it
distinctly and so did M. A. Macdon-
nld. John Cholditeh, who was sitting reading in his room, also lelt
Die shock. This semi-disturbance
was very general all over Western
Canada, 'having extended Irom Winnipeg west.
GRAND LODGE K. OF P.
A. C. Bowness returned last Monday from Rossland, where he attended the meeting ul the Grand Lodge
ut the K. uf 1'. J. S. Volume, of
Ferulo, was also present. The following olliccrs were elected:
(I.C.R.—A. Tuwuluy, ol Vancouver.
G.V.C.—.1. Thompson, ol Cumber-
laud.
II.IM'.—Mr. Rowlison, ol Nanaimo.
(I.K. uf R.S.-B. l'lludner, ol Victoria.
II. M. nl E.-T. Walker, ol Victoria.
(I.M. at A.-E.S.H. Winn, ol Kossland.
(1.1.(1— It. McKay, ol Kamloops.
(1.0.(1.-11. E. Reid, ol North
Vancouver.
The East Kootenay delegates report having had a splendid time while
in Rossland.
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TUESDAY CIVIC HOLIDAY
A petition has been presented to
the- acting mayor, sigued by the
principle merchants, asking that a
civic holiday be proclaimed on Tuesday next, the 25th inst,, between the-
hums ol 1 tu li p.m. It is under-
stood that the acting mayor has consented.
 ,
SINGING    EVANGELIST    CURED
UV ZAM-BUK.
Wile Alsu Reaps Beneiit.
Mrs. Birdie Ellis Juliuston, ol 1113
Christina Street, Sarnia, Out., gives
the following testimony of what
Zam-Buk has done fur herself and
ner husband:
••sunie time ago my husband was
tuuring througb Michigan ou the car,
"Herald and Hupc," as a singing
evangelist. The minister in the car
hud a sou, who iu some manner contracted a serious skin disease, and
my husband, unaware ol it, caught
tins from lum. He was all broken
uut iu sores, which gave great pain,
and lie tried first oue remedy and
another, but uone ol them did him
any good.
-"Alien all else had tailed, we finally decided to try Zam-Buk, and sec
11 this balm would succeed in healing
the sores and stopping the itching
ami irritation. I am pleased to say
that a few applications of Zam-Bua
made a marked improvement, and
perseverance lor a short time witb
/.am-Buk elicited a complete cure.
"About the same time sores also
broke out all over my back, and
spread rapidly, until my back seemed
uue big sore! This was very painful, and as Zam-Buk bad proved so
ucucllcial for my husband, 1 determined tu give it another trial. My
nurse rubbed my back well with
Zam-Buk. Wc continued witb this
treatment, and in a remarkably short
time, considering tbe seriousness ol
tin- case, my back was quite cleared
uf the awful sores.
"On still another occasion I had
need to use Zam-Buk. While cooking something on the stove, 1 happened to burn my linger very badly. 1
applied Zam-Buk, aud bound up the
linger. In the morning the pain had
ceased and the burn healed nicely."
For skin diseases, eczema, ringworm, blood-poisoning, and all kinds
ol eruptions, Zam-Buk is absolutely
without equal. lt also cures cuts,
burns, bruises, sprains, scratches, ulcers, piles, salt rheum, prairie itch,
elc. All Druggists and Stores sell
at 511*1-. a box, or post tree Irom Zam-
Buk Cti., Toronto, Ior price.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
II you want first-class strawberry
plants write E. J. Claytoa, Marysville, B.C. *
A  FORTUNE AWAITS YOU,
Thc whole ol tho North American
continent is watching the rich petruleum llelds ol the Pineher Creek
district.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I, James
Horace King, ot Cranbrook, B. 0.,
occupation, Physician, intend to apply fur permission to purcbaase the
fuliowing land, situated in Cranbrnnk Land District, District ol
Suuth East Kootenay:
Coiiimencing at a pnst planted lor-
tv (tut chains north ot the southwest corner ol Lnt 1)238, thence north
eighty (SO) chains, thence west
fnrty (10) chaias, thence south
eighty (80) chains, thence east lorty
(III) chains to the place ol commencement, enntaining three hundred and
twenty (320) acres, more or less.
James Horace King, Locator
George Hungerford, Agent.
Slaked this thirteenth day ot Hay,
1900. 9-9V
TENDERS.
Tenders will lie received up to
Thursday, May 27th, lor work ol installing a sewer trom engine house
lo the Old Man River at Macleod,
Alta. Plans and specifications may
be seen and other Information obtained at the office ol the Resident
Engineer, Cranhrook, B.C. The
Company reserves the right to reject
anv or all tenders.
E. L. Chudleigh,
Acting Superintendent.
Cranbrook, May 13th, HMO.      Mt
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I Intend to
npplv to (he Superintendent ot Provincial Police, alter thirty days Irom
the first appearance nt this notice,
for a renewal ot my license to sell
Intoxicating liquors at the Perry
Creek hotel, Perry Creek, B.C.
Jnhn C. Pldgeon.
Dated April 21th, A. D. 1009.   8-lt
WINQ   LEE
Im. moved tils LAUNDRY
tinst. to the fii'i.tnua lti*,t.*nir-
init. Vim Home Htiwl. when.
tuttr.'iiH in-iv leiive their linin-
dry. iiii.I where nil limine" will
In- dime.   II. .1 Lauu.lry in II.C.
HILL & COMPANY
We have moved everything pertaining; to Ladies' and Children
wear into the building lately occupied by us as a Furniture Store, and
we invite you to visit us in our new store.
We also invite you to compare OUR PRICES with any prices
which may be quoted to you elsewhere. Wc intend this to be the
greatest sale ever placed before the people of Cranbrook, and we herewith give you a few prices which will largely govern our sale.
We have many lines of Ginghams and Muslins
regular 15c. 18c. and 20c, these lines we will sell at    -      -     l\t.
We have 20 doz. Ladies' Summer Vests
without sleeves, regular 15c.  We will sell at -      - 3 for 25c.
Ladies   Hose, regular price 35c. -
„ „       „   45c. -
J7|c.
>t
- 22k.
A line of real Fancy HoSC in white or tan, regular
price, 65c. "    35c.
We invite you each and all to come and see for yourselves, where
you will be treated with every attention, even if you do not purchase.
Our Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes will be sold
at prices that will convince you that we mean business and we
defy competition.
Everything we have will be sold at Wholesale Cost, and in many
cases even the wholesale price will be lost sight of.
Reductions in proportion to the above will be carried out in our
Mens* Department also. Everything in Mens'Clothing, including the well-known 20th Century Brand, will be soldi at
wholesale cost.
THIS   SALE   START8   AT   9 A.M.   THURSDAY   AND   WILL
CONTINUE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IS CIVEN.
WATCH  OUR WINDOWS  FOR  PRICES.
Nothing sent out on approval at sale prices.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
PABST BEER
THE FINE8T IN TNE WORLD
Recommended hy the best
medical authorities.
SOLE AGENT
A. L. McDERMOr
Wholesale Wine Muichant
PHONE 17 PHONE 17
Ml
P. WOODS  £ CO.
J DEALERS IN
j FRESH AND CURED MEATS ANO FISH
,     —mm——*******.
HAY  AND  GRAIN
',   No family order too small and no wholeBalo order loo hig to receive
i prompt anil carsltil attention.
I  Armstrong Ave. tfTJEt ,S
Another Advance
Has Been Declared in the Price ot
Flour, with a Likelihood ol still
Higher PriccB. The Wise Hoiisewllc
will Save Money by Buying Now.
OOII.VIES ROYAL HOUSEHOLD
FLOUR, $3.80 SACK.
EVAPORATED PEACHES, PEARS
AND APRICOTS, 15c. per lb.
AYI.MER AND ANCHOR PEACHES
PEARS, RASPBERRIES AND
STRAWBERRIES, 2 tins Ior
45c.
STRICTLY FRESH RANCH EGOS,
2!ic. per doz.
FRESH   MADE   DAIRY BUTTER,
per lb. 22|c.
C. T. ROCERS
THE   GROCER
CRANBROOK,      •      •
I.C.
English China Cups and Saucers
PLAIN WHITE WORCESTER GOLD EDGE  (2.00 do/..
TEA PLATES TO
MATCH  $1.50 doz.
PLAIN WHITE "PRINCE"
CHINA CUPS AND
SAUCERS $1.75 doz.
PLATES TO MATCH  12.00 doz.
WHITE MINTON CUPS
AND SAUCERS WITH
PINK BAND-TEA, $2.25,
COFFEE  12.75 doz.
TEA PLATES TO
MATCH  $1.50 doz.
ENGLISH "TUSCAN"
CHINA AFTERNOON
TEA SETS. USUAL
PRICE   $10.00 Ior $7.50
Footwear lor Warmer Weather
Jl.:
GIRLS WHITE CANVAS
OXFORDS 	
CHILDS WHITE CANVAS
SUPPERS  S1..HI and JI
MISSES WHITE CANVAS
OXFORDS  tl.
WOMEN'S   WHITE     CANVAS
OXFORDS  H.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN WHITE
CANVAS OXFORDS $1.75 & $2.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN PINK
AND BLUE CANVAS
OXFORDS  13.
WOMEN'S     AMERICAN    TAN
CANVAS OXFORDS $1.75 & $2
MEN'S TAN CANVAS
OXFORDS   »2
Wc   Have    Still   Some    Sizes
WOMEN'S   $5.00,   $4.00 and $3.
BOOTS      we      aro    selling
$3,511, $2.50 and $2.00.
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For Exacting Dressers
we have created an entirely
new style in 3 button Sack
Suits. Not only are lapels,
pockets and cuffs different from
former years,—fabrics are, also.
We went abroad for the Tweeds
— and  got the    u
best in England, Jjjr
Scotland   and
Ireland.
Flt-Rtfotm
Stwk Suit.
from
IIS to $30.
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BURNS    BROS.
Cranbrook. B. C
THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
CALQARY, ALBERTA
II you stop here once
you   will   look   for H.L.STEPHENS,
the   bus  when   you
visit Calgary again. Proprietor
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One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
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Now ami Strictly First-I'lass
Atnt-rie-an Plau, $2.o0 per day up
Telephone 20Si!    x
|   HOTEL ST. FRANCIS  j
Ohab, LIaktnky. Proprietor. f
Cor. Soy uio tir nud Cordova Ste.   ■ . r*    s*     4
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Now ManaRomont Improved in Every Way
Refitted
QUEEN'S HOTEL
Cranbrook,   11. C.
mu Mcdonald and oust, asi.ixn, proprietors
('ur Mniiii: "Tin. Hi-si is None Too Good,
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Manitoba Hotel
J. BROWN, PROPRIETOR.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
The Manitoba Ih centrally located nml has one of tlm hestdlningrooms
in tlie city.   The bar is supplied with the beat ol Liquors and Clgari
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Read The Herald
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TAKE NOTICE lhat, Arthur E.
Hale, ol New Westminster, B. C,
occupation, Miner, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands, viz.: An island in the Kootenay River, about
2A miles above the mouth of the
SkodKUmchuck Creek:
Commencing at a post planted on
the west side of the Kootenay River,
thence forty (40) ehains south,
tlience twenty (20) chains east to
the Kootenay river, thence forty (40)
chains north, thence twenty (21)
chains west to the place ot commencement.
Arthur E. Hale, Locator,
William .lohn Moore, Agent.
Dated May 0th, 1909. 8-9t
SAWJVIILL
For Sale Privately
One Self-Contained   Chandler    and
Taylor Engine, 12 in. by Hi ie.
(im- Automatic Atlas Engine, 11
in. by 10 in.
Onr ('handler and Taylor Locomotive Kire Box Boiler, ai in. by 18
It.
One Atlas Return Tubular Boiler,
56 iu, by 14 ft.
140 ft. Smoke Stack.
One Duplex Fire Pump.
One Boiler Feed Pump.
Saw Mill Husk with Top Saw K\£
with Extra Saws.
Three Block Carriage.
Two Boss Dogs.
K. I*. Ellis Set Works.
Receder.
Smile Steam Feed and Cable.
Four Saw Eager, Extra Heavy
Frame.
One Tower Trimmer.
Ono Slab Saw Rig.
Two Planers, One 3D in. Fan, Onr
Emery Stand.
All necessary Shafting, Boxes, Pul-
levs. Conveyer Chains, etc.
Also For Sale Separately*
Logging Lumber Tsucks.
Harness.
Blacksmith and other Tools.
For further information apply to
T. W. Leask, Hox 150, Cranbrook,
It. C, or D. B. Dulmage, Box 315,
Cranbrook, H.C. 8-lt
COAL
AND     PETROLEUM    NOTICES.
Commencing at a post,   plant*
i near three miles cast of the
It. survey line     al 35-mile posl
being ihe   v W. corner <>( Joi
ings ton's claim, thoncc running
ty chains   south, eighty chains
eighty chains    north,   eighty    i
west to place ol commencement,
ig 040 acres, more or less.
Joe Livingston, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent,
J.  Raven,  Witness.
Located   this    5th day    ol
1009,
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the followinc described lands, situated in the
district ot South East Kootenav. Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the
C. P. R. survey line at 31-mile post
and being the S. E. corner of Thomas
Livingston's claim, thence running
eighty chains north, eighty chains
west,' eighty chains south, eighty
chains east, to plaee ot commencement, making 640 acres, more or
less.
Thomas Livingston, Locator,
J, Livingston, Aeent.
.1.  Raven, Witness.
Located this 5th day ot April,
1909.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
R. survey line at the 32-mile post
and being the N. E. Corner of Mrs.
Harry Hughes' claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
south, eighty chains east, eighty
chains north to place ot commencement, making B-IO acres, more or
less.
Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator.
J. Livingston, A cent.
J.  Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th day    ot April,
1009.
Commencing at a post planted at
nr near three miles east ot the C. P.
R. survey line at 32-mile post and
Iieing tbe N. W. enrner ot Fred Bridget's claim, thence running eighty
chains south, eighty chains east,
eighty chains north, 80 chains west
to place ol rom mencement, making
(HO acres, more or less.
Fred Bridget, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th day     of April,
1909.
Uomineucing at a post planted at
or near threo miles cast ol the C. P.
R. survey liue at 31-milc post and
being the N. E. corner ol H. Y.
Parker's claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
south, eighty chains east, eighty
cliains north to place of commencement, making 010 acres, more or
less.
11. Y. Parker, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
.1. Raven, Witness,
Located    this    Sth day     ot April,
1909.
Commencing at a post planted al
or near three miles cast ot thc C. P.
R. survey line at 34-mile post and
being the N. W. corner of Charles
McDugall's claim, thenco running
cfghtv chains south, eighty chains
east, eighty chains north, eighty
chains west to plaee ot commencement, making 010 acres, more or
less.
Charles McDugall, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
iOcated   this    5th day    ol April,
1H09.
Commencing at a    post planted at
or near threo miles cast ot the C. P.
R. survey line at 34-mile post,    and
being tho   S.   W.   corner    ot John
Leask's claim, thence running eighty
chains    north,  eighty   chains  east,
eighty   chains   south, eighty    chains
west to place of commencement, making 010 acres, more or less.
John Leask, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
.1. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day    of April
1909.
Commencing at a past planted at
or near one mllo east of tho C. P.
R. survey lino at 35-mile post and
being the N. W. corner ot James
Miles' claim, thoncc running eighty
ehains    south,   eighty    cbains east,
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles cast ol llu- v. i\
R. survey line at 32-mile post anil
being the S. W. corner of Thomas
Rader's claim, tlience running eighty
chains north, eighty chains west,
eighty chains south, eighty cliains
east to place of commencement, making 010 acres, more or less.
Thomas Ruder, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th day     ot April,
1909.
('ommencing nt a post planted at
or near three miles east of the O. P.
R. survey line at 32-mile post ami
Iieing the S. E. corner ot ,lames Mcpherson's claim, thenco running
eighty chains north, eighty chains
west, eighty chains south, eighty
chains east to place of commencement, making 040 acres, iuotc or
less.
James Mcpherson, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located this Sth dav nf April,
1909.
Commencing at a post planted   at
or near   one mile cast ol the C. P.
R. survey line at   35-mile post   and
being the   N.   E. corner ot   J. Edgar's claim,     thence    running eighty
bains    west,   eighty    chains south,
eighty   ehains    east,     eighty chains
orth   to    place   of commencement,
making 040 acres, more or less.
J. Edgar, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    Sth dav     of April,
1909. 7-6t
eighty chains north, eighty chains
west to place ot commencement,
making till) acres,  more or less,
.lames Miles, Locator.
J, Livingston, Agent.
J.  Haven,  Witness.
Located   this   5th day    ol  Vpril,
1909.
Commencing at a post planted nt
or near three miles east ol the C. P,
H. survey line ul 35-mile post and
heing the V E. coiner of William
Livingston's claim, thence running
iglity chains west, eighty chains
south, eighty chains east, eighty
hains norlh to place ol commencement, making 640 acres, more or
less.
William Livingston, Locator,
J. Livingston, Agent.
.1.   Haven, Witness.
Located     Uus     :.lh  dav      ol   April,
1909.
(I    al
C. P.
uml
l.iv-
eigh-
east,
hains
mak-
M'lH,
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, Beverley Arthur
Carter, ot Cranbrook, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase lhe lollowing
land, situated in Cianbrook District,
District ol South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east corner ol Lot No.
H233, thence running west eighty
chains, thence south twenty chains,
more or less, thence east eighty
chains, thence north twenty chains,
more or less, to the point ot commencement, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, more or less.
Beverley Arthur Carter,
Locator,
George Hungerford,  Agent.
Staked this 31st day ot March,
1909. 2-10t
A Bargain for Quick Sale
of Fruit Land.
iitunt*d between L'lirnoii nnd Ktngcgnte
108 Acres of good Fruit Land
Already
Kin Fruit Twi plant eil i.al*o lwt moro
to i-litiit thin Hprinu.    SiiimiH I in bountiful  Lamer  Moyiu  Viilloy  about   __■*,
Illili'N  fl'dlll  < lltloll   lllll)    I--J   IJI'IfM   ft-.!]))
Kiii>ni(tn'c. Hounded on *• ni<- -M.lt> with
the Mo>ioHiviTiti.il tli" wenl nldobythe
Spiik.mo Internal In nl lltillwil*. All
good Bottom Lund.
(tovernmout team rotul unlng tlii-miuli
tbe VaPev llii* upriii-u. 3D ih-iw ol thin
hind olenml, n«r nl luml oiuiy toclonp.
Ileitiitilul rich mil.
The greatest map ever offered
Id Fruit Land
Price  per Acre $50.00
No Sub-divide $5,490.00 spot cash, for
particulars apply Box 194, Cranbrook, B.C,
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
KootiiN with Baths,   'Phone in
every room
Barber Shop on the preiiiitieB,
Thoroughly up-to-date.
Rates, $200 a day and up.
GEO. P. WKLLS, Proprietor
B. TOM KIN, Manager
HENRYS-
CAROM  TOOLS
SPMVIHC  MATERIALS
■EE   SUPPLIES
FRUIT ANO ORNAMENTAL
TREES
176 PnireOntiilnnil-i Pre.
W. J. HENRI,
VANCOUVER, 0. C.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
ipply l.i tlie Superintendent ol Pro-
inclal Police, alter thirty days Irom
lie lirst appearance ol this notice,
.-I a renewal ol mv license to sell
iitoxicatin**-; liquors st lhe Wardner
lotel, Wardner, B. C.
R. II. llohart.
Hated April 24th, A. D. 1909.     6-lt
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
apply to the Superintendent ol Pro-
uncial Police, alter thirty days Irom
the first appearance ol 'this notice.
fnr a renewal ol my license to sell
intoxicatin*; liquors at the Central
hotel, Marvsville, B. C.
Paul Handlev.
Dated April 84th, A. D. 1M9.   6-4t
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
iply to the Superintendent ol Pro-
ni'ial Police, alter thirty davs Irom
ie lirst nnpearance ol this notice,
r a renewal ol my license to sell
tnxlcating Honors at the Impel iil
itel, Fort Steele, B. C.
B. W. Werden.
Dated April 2-lth. A. II. 19011.    II-It
KOOTENAV   LAND  DISTRICT.
DISTKICT OK   EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Archibald J.
l-'aiqiiliaisou, ol the City ol Fernie,
iu the Province ol British Columbia,
Contractor, Intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
Uie north-east corner ol Lot Number
(iii.iii (known as the Laidlaw purchase) on the west bank ol the Elk
Kiver, about It miles Irom the
Townsite ol Morrissey, thence west
lu chains, tlience north 20 chaius,
llieuce cast '.III chains, theuce north
.il chains, tlience west 20 chains,
llieuce north 111 chains, thence east
•lit chains to the west bank ot the
lillle Kiver, thence south along the
west liaiil. ol said River to the point
ol commencement, and containing nr.u
acres, more or less.
A. J. Farquharson.
Dated lliis _:inl day ol April, A. D.
lllllll. «-9t
CKANUKOOK LAND DISTKICT.
DISTKICT OF   EAST KOOTENAV,
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
Take notice that we, Irving Howard Cameron Willson, James Martin, Hubert Stanley Chapman, ol Cranbrook, li. C, occupations, Agent aud Bookkeepers, intend to apply lor permission tu
purchase thu lollowing described
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted 20
liains eust ol the south-west corner
ui Lot 11422, thence east 80 chains,
tlience south 05 chains, thence west
20 chuius, thence north 20 chains,
Uience west 00 chains, thence nortli
15 chains to place ot commencement,
containing 400 acres.
Irving Howard Cameron Willson
James Martin
Robert Stanley Chapman,
Robert Stanley Chapman,
Dated April IS, 1909.
Agent.
7-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
.   DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice that 1, Jamei Horace
King, ol Cranbrook, B. C, occupation Physician, intend to apply tor
permission to purchase the lollowing
laud, situated in Cranbrook District,
District ol South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty chains north ot the south-east
corner ol Lot No. 6227, thence runuing north lorty-six chains, more or
less, thence east twenty-eight point
eighty-one chains, thence soutb lorty-
six chains, more or leas, thence west
twenty-eight point eighty-one chains
more or less, to the point ol commencement, containing one hundred
and thirty acres, more or less.
James Horace King, Locator,
Oeorge Hungerlord, Agent.
Staked this 81st day ol March,
1909. Mt
CKANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Nellie May
King, ol Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Married Woman, intend to apply lur permission to purchase the
ioilowing land, situated ln Cranbrook
Laud District, District ol South East
Kuotenay:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty (20) chains north ol the
north-east corner ol Lot No. 6234,
thence west eighty (80) chains, thence
south twenty (20) chains, more or
less, to the north boundary ot Lot
No. Wi, thence east eighty (80)
cliains, thence north twenty (20)
chains, more or less, to the point ut
commencement, containing one hundred and sixty aores, more or less.
Nellie May King, Locator.
Oeorge Hungerlord, Agent.
Staked this twenty-sixth day ol
April, 1909. C-9t
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
i
MURPHY A  FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc,
Supreme and Exchequer Court Agents
Practice in Patent    Ofliee and Beture
Kailway  Commission.
Hon. Charles Murphy, M. P.
Harold Fisher.
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc*
ORANBROOK.BRITISH  COLUMBL
NURSERIES
MISS HELENA ROLSTON
CRADUATE NURSE
Francis E. Corrison
nnii.llnni.tcrCranbronkIlly Hand.
Oii.iriii'iM'i'r Knox E*r.-i-li\l.-rizti. Ch.
Lain II M. UlKj|u|esi}*'sRojnl »el»h
Fusiliers
Teacher of
Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin and Standard
Instruments
CITY ORCHESTRA FURNISHED
I'llllNI*. 25.-1   -   t'UANltHllOK, ll .'.
hTc. c. salmon
PIANO LESSONS
Lessons in Musical T ry
SOi'lAI.  l'l X. Tl..\s   ATTENDED
PHONE 82
CRANBROOK, - B.C.
DRS. KINU & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Iffic* at  Residence,   Aruittrt-tii  Avt
OFFICE HOURS :
Furenoons - - - - 9.00 to 10.00
Allemuuliti - - - 2.00 to   4.00
Evenings - - - - 7.30 to   1.30
Sundays •
-'RANBROOK :l
IK to   4.30
.:    ..    u, c
DK. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office In new Relit Block
ORANBROOK -       -       - B. C
W. R. B-tttty. Fiji-ici-ftl Director
Clmnbnwk B. C. Phon. No. S3
B.C. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Crnnbrook ami Fort Stet-lu
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORN
A SPECIALTY
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT   OF   EAST KOOTENAV
Take notice that Malcolm Mclnnes, ol Elkmouth, B. O., occupa.
tion, Lumberman, intends to apply
lur permission to purchase the lollowing described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the intersection ol the eastern boundary ot the right-ot-way ol The Crows
Nest Southern Railway, with the
northern boundary ol Lot 123, Oroup
Oue, Kootenay District, thence east
alung said boundary 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west to thc
eastern boundary ot Lot 4142, Oroup
One, thence south to the south-east
corner ol Lot 4142, thence west along
the southern boundary ot said
Block 4142 to the eastern
buundary ol the rlght-ol-way ol the
Crows Nest Southern Railway, thence
south along thc said eastern boundary ol said rlght-ol-way to the point
of eummenoemenb and containing 480
acres, more or las.
Malcolm Mclnnes, Locator.
Dated April Otli, 1909. S-9t
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J. Q. CUMMINQS
IKRKitTION ENQINEER
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYORS
jSfiff Cranbrook. B.C.
Ask for Halcyon LITHIA VATEI
For family use there is nothing
so wholesome nn.l so pure us
HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
SOLO AT ALL BARS
IT'S BOTTUll AT THE SPRINGS
/
A. H. NESBITT!
Contractor and Builder
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY t
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AJiD
PLANS PKEPAKED
If you a-e intending to -lo any T
building., yon o-tn Nmk*. money
lo cm... iii j ,vitli uie
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Geo. R. I.eask & Co
UILUERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work Is our advertisement, lmi '
pill UllS ltd III Hit' Herald IO
emplia*i*e it.
CKAMSKDOk. 11. C.
Near l-owei trmslroiig Avenu«
TKl.Kl'HONK IN
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo,  B C.
PAUL ST. .li'UN. Proprietor
mill ea-t Kootenay's Great
Summer Resort
HUNTING AND PISHING
Just the plat'-* to spend a lew
days' vacation
Bar stocked witli ilit* best
Dialog service 8rst*i:lasti
(Amifortaliie Hootus
4AAAA4A4A -a-aAAAA-SAAAAAJ
1 WINDERMERE!
NURSERY
Has bow a limited
Dumber of
Young Apple Trees
ot the varieties specially
seiecte.1 an.l suitable for
thladietrict.
1ST CHOICE •  25 CENTS
2ND    "      -20
Delivere-1 at Cranlirook *
It selected l.y the pur- *
chaser, 1st choice. _0c.; *
2nd choice, 16c. Apply to       ♦
E. W. HUSTLEY, Nursery ♦
near Wilmer, ii. C, or X
J. HUTCHISON, Cranhrook.B.C. ♦
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING ENGINEER
B.  C.    and   Surveyor
CRANBROOK     •      B. C.
A. l.,Robelt»uli, It >    I. g,
SWANNELL & R0BERT30N
Dominion at.. I British Columbia
LAND SURVEYORS
P.O. Drawer HU YI3TMIA. B.C
J.   \V.   Ill  l'l_l-l)(il.
VETFRINARV SURQEON
Graduate 0! Ontario Veterinary
College, Toronto, in 18118.
Orailiiate ami Medallist ol
McKlliip's Velerfliary College,
Chicago, in limo.
Nine yeurs' experience in
Veterinary practice in Manitoba.
Office si Cranbrook Motel
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CRANBRUOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE i
President I T. s. Git.it
Secretary; GlOKOK AlllWOJtTM
j Kor Information  riynnliuH laml**
, ami   agriculture   apply   In tlie
, Secreiary, (Iinnlirodk, H. C.
THE NIW, UP-TO-DATE
LIVERY, FEED AND f
S ALE STABLE
The Finest Drivers
Up-to-date Kigs
Oood Saddle Horses
HM AND MAIN FOI UU
WM.    KERR
l'r»|>n...,r     •    ORANBROOK, B.C
HANDI.EY'8 OLD BTAND
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Provenzano & Sacco
General  Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     ■     B. C.
*. 0. B0I 194 PHONE 144
JOHN   W.   WOLF
BOOT, SHOE AND
HARNESS MAKEK
111.1 Shoes Made New.
All Kin l- ol Repairing.
Give Me a call     ::     ::
OFFICE
ARMSTRONG  AVE.
FURS AND HIDES WANTED
I will pay the highest price lor
lurs constant*! to me at Lethbridge,
Alta., and II the price Is not satisfactory I will pav .vpress both wsya
and return the same.
.1. Young,
H-tf P. O. Boi M, TUB   CllANBROOK   HKKALD
$24000
In Prize Money
$240100
In Prize Money
SECOND   ANNUAL
Race Meeting, Cranbrook
May 24th & 25th
Entries have been secured to warrant
the biggest days' races in East Kootenay
Arrangements have been made for a fare and one-third from Nelson, Spokane, Calgary, Medicine Hat, and intermediate points.
T. M. ROBERTS, Secretary
Natures   Fertilizer
To get the best results (rom vour Iruit trees you
must put nourishment into the ground. Try our
Dried  Blood  Fertilizer
Dried   Blood   and  Bone   Mixture
Dried  Tankange
P. BURNS «t CO., Ltd.
PHONE NO. io P. 0. BOX 3
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A OOOD COMBINATION
PHONE
Pride of the West Flour
$3-So per cwt.
Cotedyke Baking Powder
■oc., 35c, and 75c. a tin
J. HANN1NG Tv=ai
•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦<
ONE   TON   OF   THE
WORLD'S    STANDARD     ENGLISH
WHITE     LEAD
ha-H   jiiNt   been   received  direct  (rom   Liverpool   via  ('ape   Horn.
Our Tinting  Colore are (he strongest and purest  to lie luid
and all ground in oil.    When applied  l.y our ekillt-d mechanics
wc guarantee results. 	
B. H. SHORT, Painter & Decorator
Cranbrook's Pioneer Wall Paper Dealer
********************** 4
All onl ith promptly attended to,
HiHtnti-pp no object,
Lewis (**W Rendell
ART DECORATORS
House, Sign, and Coach Painten, Papa-hanging, Graining,
Marbleing, Tinting, Kalsomlning, Polishing, etc.
First Class Vork Guaranteed.
CRANBkOOK, - - B. C.
Telephones '217 nn.l Iti. 4-iit-* P. 0, llox No. II
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands
within the Kailway Belt in British
Columbia, may be homesteaded by
any person who ls the sole head ot a
lamily, or any male over IS years ol
age, tu the extent ot one-quarter section ot ItiU acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ollice tor the district
in which the land la situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by tbe latber,
mother, son, daughter, brother or
sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ot the lollowlng plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation ol the land ln
each year Ior three years.
(2). U the lather (or mother,
it the father is deceased), ol the
homesteader resides upon a larm in
the vicinity ot the land entered lor,
the requirements as to residence may
be satislied by such person residing
with the lather or mother.
(3). II the settler has his permanent residence upon terming land
owned hy liim in the vicinity ot bis
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisnVd by residence upun the said land.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given to the Commissioner
ot Dominion Lands at Ottawa el intention to apply lor patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may he
leased lor a period ol twenty-one
years at an annual rental ol 11 per
acre. Not more than 2,570 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company, A royalty at the rate ol
live cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ol the Minister ot the Interior. 2-39t
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK   SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Peter J.
Weber, ot Lethbridge, Alberta, intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowing described land:
Commencing at the N. W. corner ol
Oeorge Coldbird's pre-emption, thence
north to Lot 425, thence east to M.
J. Weber's purchase, thence south to
George Coldbird's pre-emption, thence
west to place ot commencement, containing -10 acres, more or less.
Peter J. Weber,
Chas. K. Harris, Locator.
Daled April 21th, 1909. G-'Jt
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
apply to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police, alter thirty days Irom
the first appearance ol this notice,
for a renewal ot my license to sell
intoxicating liquors at the North
Slar hotel, Kimberley, B. C.
Harry Drew.
Haled April 24th, A. D. 1(109. 0-lt
KOR SAI.E-IIall sale, practically
new. Address E. .1. Clayton,
Marysville, n.C. Ml
Dr. H. E. HALL
DENTIST
The   Expert   Crown   and
Bridge   Worker
Offices over Mr. Short's
Wall       Paper     Store
Armstrong  Ave., Cranbrook
The Best is None Too Oood for Our
Customers
Corby's Whisky
Dawson's Whisky
Schlitz Beer
And the Best of Imported Ooods
: A. C.  Bowness
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ii The Cosmopolitan jj
E.I.SIALL
luiftr
When in doubt no to the Cos.,
where you can got tho best of
overy thing,
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5 Acres Frut   Land
FOR   SALE
\\ miles from post office
$35000
1'   It will piy you to investigate, Address—K.l\ care of Herald
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! "STEWART'S":
The Leniliai* Fruil Store
Fltl«H STRAWBERRIES DAILY
LETTUCE  CUCUMBERS
TOMATOES
HAZLEWOOD ICE CREAM
STEWART'S FINE CHOCOLATES
HUGH STEWART
Phone 75     •     Armstrong Ave,
4444444444444444444444
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH H. McLEAN, Proprietor
Dealer in
All Classes of Second'
hand floods
BUYER OP   FURS
Furniture ol All Kinds, liotli
New and Second-hand
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
PHONE 251
Undertaking
Cull. Promptly Attended
liny I'ln N... 11
Nlil Iil   „       „   IIIIII
R. H. Dwyer
Kuin-iiil Dlrii'tur uml
Kwliiilmi'i1
CRANBROOK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Men employed tor all kinds nl
* work.   We solicit correspondence <
, , with   mill   operators anil other '
other industries.
RESIDENCE PHONE NO. 12
OFFICE PHONE NO. S3.
MMIUlP.O, MX Ml
', I JOHN AMOVE • MANAGER
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JOE MARAP0DI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Speoialty
Aikens Block, Oranbrook
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
Crescent Lodob No. S3
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every    Tuesday at 8 p.m.    at
Fraternity Hall.
J. II. Henderson, C. C.
J. L. Walker, K. ol R. ft S.
Visiting  brethren  cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F.     Key City l.odft
No. *%. Meets every
Monday night at
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
H. White. Wm. Harris,
N. a. Sec'y.
Cranlirook Iodic. No. J4
A. P. * A. M.
Regular meetings ..a
the thirl Thursday
ot every month.
Visiting »reth.en welcomed.
W. II. Wilson, W. M.
E. W. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at II
p.m., In Carmen's Hall.
F. W. Reeves, W. P.
Wm. Anderson, Secretary.
Vlsltlug brethren cordially invited.
LOYAL OHANIIH LODOB, Nl). IH7I
CRANHROOK
Meet at II. ol I.. V. Hall Slid   and
Ith Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
Abel Horsman, W. M.
.los. Wallace, Secretary.
MAl'I.K LEAF    REIIKKAII 1.01)01-1
No. 10.
Meets every second   and lourlli Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning Rchekahs   cordially Invited.
Mrs. K. P. Simpson, N. O.
Miss A. Hickenbotham, Sec.
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: Presbyterian Cburcb i:
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STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 1
o'clock
Sunday   evening    Bervice   at;'
7.80 o'clock
Sunday      School   and
Class at 8 o'clock
Bible ' '
Tuesday
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Presbyterian    Ouild,
at 8 o'olock THE    CHANBHOOK    11 KHALI)
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
BUD OFFICE, TORONTO
ESTABLISHED IMI
b. i. walker, president I Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
AlEXAHDER LAIRD, General Manager | Reserve Fund,   -    6,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and In the United States and England
PHIIMTRY RIKINFQ-? Every fncillty afforded to farmer! and
banking business.    S.llcs notes will be ensiled or taken tor collection.
RANKING RY MMI Accounts tuny he opened by mail and
D It II III IIU Ol lllttlL ,„„„!„ deposited or withdrawn In this
way with equal facility. Ill
R. T. Brymner, rianager Cranbrook Branch
WE WANT EVERY FATHER  AND MOTHER
To mtiio Into Diiritora tills wi ok,  Wo want tn aliowtii-m how tlioy
can provide the right Itlmlol uxorelw) for Imhy with
GLASCOCK'S BABY WALKER
How it will itimiro IhiU.v'h
having Htmlglit Ii>-k uml n
Htrniig lim'k.
All (IliilgT to I ml >.v n( linw
lu^Hi'iiii lie ilotlouwti'v wild Ii.v
tint use ol (bin wonderful littlo
III volition. A lui I i.v mn Hit iu
tlm Walker wliou Jlroil, -sttind,
walk, or jumii. nu Jnrs, no
tlmm-*r ol njiH'ttiiiK.
Ki i'|im buliy from luirin, "ont
ol mi 1*1'liiff." off tln> lloor uwny
from piiiH uml dirt, oto.
Hiiviti tlio D)otlior worry,
Come in und hod for ymiriwH
Tbut'B nil wo auk. Como in lor
tbo babj'o ouko. •
PATMORE BROS.
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Over  $2,000
in Bpoi'i'il iinini'il RwlflsWntcli mnvotiiont in
ono uliiimifiit,   jiiMt    arrived   from    tll<)
uiuiitiliioturoro
Hy bii.viiiu in hiioIi lurgn quntltlttoH wn
Hnved 10per cent.on tl ntlro lot.sown
will In- nlili' to give .vou Home excoptlonnl
Vtlllll'HillOIH'tlf tlll'l.l'Ht Nil iMHWatclll'-lHll-.l'
I W. H. WILSON.
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Jeweler and
Graduate Optician
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J.M.AGNEW&C0.,ELK0,B.C.
We can outfit you complete for
either Farming or Driving.
A full line of Farm Implements,
Farm Wagons and Farm Harness;
also a Heavy-work Team.
A lull line of Carriages, Single and ll.uil.lc Driving Harness
PRICES   Alii:   REASONABLE
WEDDING   GIFTS
Onr Block in now complete willi nil tin- latest Spring
OeBlgim, Kindly call anil boo our show ctiBes before
Dually deriding wliut your present ulnill lie, Tlio
(iiiti's nu- riglit, Quality tin- bept tliat money can imv.
Wc are Experts in Optics.
RAWORTH   BROS.
0.P. ll. Waloh Impeetore ORANBROOK, B.C.
PHONE 56
THE
quauty
STORE
AGENTS
FOR
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TEA,COFFEE, JELLY and BAKING POWDERS
IVmv mnl Happiness will reign supreme in tlio family
if you follow our advice uml uat, only ANCHOR   BRAND
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CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS ♦
Hen toiinnoiuK'i! tlmt they nro now open to givo ^stinmtos Z
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able, ami nothing but flrst-cliinn work,    hot ub quote you 4
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LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITV BY
ASKINO QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
A. K. Taylor, of Moyie, was a
Cranbrook visitor yesterday.
Kdwani filwell visited Moyie yesterday nn business.
fl. II. Bohart, ol Wardner, was rn
the city yesterday.
Dance at the Auditorium May 25Ui. I
Good Hour and room for everyone.     j
Oeorge Laurie, of Creston, was a
gliesl at the Hoyal during lhe week. ;
A. li. Fenwick, ol Fort Steele, was j
In tlie city on Tuesday.
I. Adams, of Marysville, was a
Cranbrnok visitor on Tuesday.
,\." Doyle, of Fort Steele, was a1
Cranbrook visitor on Tuesday.
Patmoro Bros, have changed tbeir I
ud.
E, A. Mill, of Moyie, was a guest 1
nl Mie Motel Craubrook yesterday.
VV.   Smith, of   Fernie, was iu
Cranbrook on Tuesday, 1
II. T. Richardson, of Fort Steele,
was 11 Cranbiook visitor on Tuesdav. j
F. Blnmoro, of Fort Steele, was a I
Cranbrnok visitor on Friday.
Tbe C.P.R, are constructing a septic tank at tbe Cranbrook station.
It has been arranged to have a big
dance at the Auditorium on May 25,
C. II. Messenger, ot Moyie, was in
the city on Friday last,
0. R. Turlong, of Wasa, was registered at the Royal on Monday.
Robert Robson, ot Mayook, was in
lbe city on Monday.
Last big dance of the season at the
Auditorium on May 25. Oood music.
S. lliggins, of Wasa, was in the
city at the heginning of the week.
SWEET CREAM FOR SALE.
John Brennan, Cranbrook. B.C.   5-2t
C. E. Ayre, or Elko, was a guest
at. the Hotel Cranbrook this week.
C. Burgess, of Elko, was in Cranbrook last Monday.
C. R. Wormcr is now in charge of
the "C. K." olTlcc at thc station.
Saturday Specials: Spring lamb,
veal, chickens, calves' sweetbreads
and brains.—P. Burns & Co.
Edward Elwell visited Creston last
Saturday as District Deputy Grand
Master of the A. P. & A. M.
.1. H. McMullan, inspector of provincial police, is on a tour ol inspection in this district.
A. C. DeWolt was in from the CP.
R. exploration camp at Gold creek
at the end of last week.
New Austrian and German china,
decorated in roses and fronds at the
Kink Mercantile Co.
Don't forget to renew your Free
Miner's license. They expire on
May 31at.
Bandmaster Corrison has resigned
as choirmaster of Knox Presbyterian
church.
W. II. IH'Long, of Fernie, was registered at the Cranbrook hotel on
Monday.
WANTED—By young lady, board
and room in private family. Apply
Herald ollice. 8-t!
R. B. Benedict, of Mayook, was in
the city at the beginning of the
week.
Aeting Chief of Provincial Police
Sampson, of Fernie, was in Cranbrnnk on Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Loasby, of Sirdar, was
visiting friends in Craubrook at the
beginning of thc week.
KOR SALE-Cuthbcrt and Loudon
Rasphcrrv plants, $2.50 per hundred.
0. J. Wigen, Creston, B.C.        4-7t*
W. I>. Mill arrived from Vancouver
on Sundav tn look after his interests
here.
D. L. Robertson, of Fernie, was a
guest at the Roval at the beginning
of the week.
W. K. Tuttle, of Nanton, Allierta,
was registered at the Royal on
Monday last.
TO RENT—A furnished house for
tho summer on Daker Mill. Applv
U.K., care Herald. 7-3t
W, R. Ross, K.C, of Fernie, was
in the city on legal business this
week.
Tbe Cranbrook orchestra will play
fm the dance at the Auditorium on
May 25th.     Dancing at 9.30 sharp.
A. Carney, timber inspector for the
provincial government, is in thc city
tins week.
KOR SALE—A number of small
pigs. $7.00 a pair. H. H. Mc-
Cluro. 9-lt»
R, Donley, the well known Macleod
horseman, arrived in the city with
some race horses last Tuesday.
Horn—At Craubrook, B. C, on
Sunday, May Ifith, WOU, to Mr. and
Mis. W*. A. Rollins, a son.
Horn—At Cranhrook, B. C, on
Friday, Mav Uth, l»0!t, to Mr. and
Mis. R. T. Brymner, a daughter.
Mill & t'o. have their ladies' department moved In their new store
on Armstrong avenue.
TO RENT—Furnished room, Hanson Ave. Apply It., care Herald ofliee. 50-tt
1, l\ Eckstein, the well known
Kernie lawyer, was registered at the
Cranbrook hotel on Tuesday.
A. Ward, the Sifton City rancher,
was in Cranhrook at the beginning of
the week.
The Queens hotel Is much improved
in appearance by its new metalli
root.
Baby carriages, go-carts, English
coach carts, perambulators and folding carts at Patmore Bros. "Good
goods only."
.1. A. Harvey, K.C, returned (rom
Nelson last Friday. Mr. Harvey
conducted the prosecutions tor the
crown at the assizes just held there.
T. T. McVittie, B.C.L.S., passed
through Cranhrook on his way to
Fort Steele from Moyie, where he is
surveying thc government road.
N. E. McAblec. ot Golden, was in
the city at the beginning ot the
week with his race horse, which he
will fit for  the races.
Chit's fancy English biscuits are
delicious. Large assortment received this week at Fink's Pure Food
Grocery.
II. II. MeClure has let a contract
to William Chevey for clearing twenty-five acres of his ranch on the
b'eneli land west ot town.
O. .Iclciners and Andrew Hackett
passed through Cranbrook on Tuesday   on   their   way   back Irom the
Klathead district, where ihey     have
taken up some more coal oil land.      |
Buying your foodstuffs at Kink's
Pure Food Grocery Is just like
changing money. You get solid
value for every dollar you exchange.
Arnprinr is to have an old boys'
reunion from .luly 31st to August 1
next. Many Arnprinr old boys residing in the district have received
invitations.
K. .1. Smyth, tbe editor ot the
Moyie Leader, was in the city last
Monday. Mr. Smyth is, as usual,
enthusiastic as to the future ot the
lakeside city.
When you buy sweet brier breakfast bacon and have it sliced to suit
von with nur sanitary meat slicing
machine, ynu can always relish your
morning meal.—Kink Mercantile Co.
William Chevey, an old-timer in
these parts, displayed bis confidence
in the district bv purchasing a plot
of ground ot H. II. MeClure, fnr a
fruit ranch and for raising chickens.
Cons-table Adney, of Wardner, passed through Cranbrnok on Friday on
his way hnme from New Westminster,
whither be had taken a lunatic to the
asylum.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO I.KT
All modern improvements. "The
Wilga," opposite Klectric Light office. !)-lt
Dr. King left yesterday fnr New
Brunswick, en route for Europe
where be will visit the hospitals of
London and Vienna for the next tour
or five months. Mrs. King will accompany him.
I). E. Totgren, of Coeur d'Alone,
Idaho, was In the eity this week.
Mr. Tofgren is the secretary of the
school hoard of Coeur d'Alene City
and is mueh interested in school
work.
Does cleanliness appeal to vou?
The Fink Mercantile Co. invite everyone to inspect the sanitary conditions in their Pure Food Grozery.
Amle Campbell, of Coleman, was in
the city last Tuesday on his way to
coast points. Mr. Campbell has disposed of his hotel interests at Coleman and will probablv locate at the
coast.
Verandah Rattan ware at greatly,
reduced rates all uext week at Kink
Mercantile Co.
During the early part   of the week
note of some considerable value
was dropped by a customer in the
jewelry store of the Raworth Bros.
On full proof of ownership they will
be pleased to refund same.
Spice value lies in ilavor and
.strength. Schilling's spices excel iu
this combination. Schilling's spices
are to be had only at Kink's pure
Food Grocery.
Archie McLcod, of Blairmore, was
in the city yesterday. Mr. McLcod
is an nld timer in the Pass und has
unbounded faith in the future uf
Blairmore and that part of Alberta.
If you waul a nice Italian rocker
at a purse-pleasing price, tukc advantage of Finks special Rattan
ware sale all next week.
"Kid" Scaler and .lack Bennett
have signed articles to box 20 rounds
on the evening uf May 21th. Straight
Marquis of i-Kieensbury rules will govern and catch weights have been
agreed to. James Bates will acl
as referee.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
All modern improvements. "The
Wilga," opposite Electric Light ollice. y-it
The fat men's baseball team are
getting into shape aud will uudoutii-
clly put up a strong game againsi
berate on the Uth. Manager Elmer
says that offers have been received
by some of the members Irom Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston, but
that he is sure of his team for
season at least.
Thc old townsite ollice has
moved this week to a point on
right-of-way ot the CP.R., almost
directly north of its old location. A.
il. Nesbitt had charge of the work.
The Fink Mercantile Co. will sell
all Rattan ware at never-befure-
lieard-of prices, all next week.
Watch the Cranbrouk Junior Baseball team this year. They have
challenged the Moyie team lo play
here 011 the 2Kb uf May and no
doubt it will he a good game. Both
learns have been practicing bard and
will make a good showing when they
get together on that date.
SPECIAL VALUE IN SKIRTS
NEW LUSTRE SKIRTS beautifully finished and uliso-
lntulv Newest Styles, in Nan* bine, Black and
Cream.   Wortll 10.50.    ■ Special Price J4,g5
NEW PANAMA SKIRTS   in   four   different   styles-
Culuia—Navy H-owti,   Black   ami   Cream.    Kucli 37.50
lllis
been
the
CHANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK  KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Herbert
Howard MeClure, of Cranbrook,
B. C, occupation, Handier, intend to
apply lor permission to purchase the
following described laud, situated in
Cranbrook District, District of South
East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to and in a westerly direction
Irom the northwest corner ol Lot
7317, thence south *W chains, thence
west 40 chains, thence north 11)
chains, thence cast 1(1 ihains to the
pnint ol commencement, containing
lt.ii acres, more or less.
Herbert Howard MeClure.
Staked this 23rd day nl April, A.II.
11109. 8-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN    DIVISION.
TAKE NOTICE that Mathias J.
Weber, ol Lethbridge, Alberta, occupation, Heal Estate Dealer, intends
to apply lor permission to purcbasc
tho lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 00
chains east ol the S. E. corner of
Block 425, thence south 70 chains,
thence west 40 chains, to P. R
1131, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 40 chains, thence north 30
chains, thence cast 80 chains to corner, containing 400 acres, more or
lass. „
Mathias J. Weber.
Dated 21st day ol April, 1909. 5-llt'
*******•***+ |
I TAKE THAT !!
BACK
But go to the rlj-ht
place where everything     it     modern.
BULLOCK & WEBSTER::
The Popular Barber Shop
(lpt.inniHiili.1iiM. Inr Until, nml
8lilnwi from In I.. 1 n'oloek 11 in
**********************
SKIRTS
BALANCE OF OUR SPRING SUITS
MUST BE CLEARED OUT
NOTE THE PRICES
ONE ONLY—BEAUTIFUL LIGHT TWEED SUIT strictly
tailored made,    skirt tiiinmed with self i-trnppin-?.
Bite SS.      Regular Trice 120.00.     Clearing Price $14.50
ONE ONLY-NAVY BLUE SUIT size 86, made of a
lienuine All-wool Herringbone Clotli Regular
Price$-000. • • Special r.-i.-i- $15,50
ONE ONLY  NAVY BLUE SUIT the 88, in very Hue
Wool Serite, nothing better for liaid wear.   Reeulsr
Price fit: ui). Special Price (19,75
ONE ONLY-BEAUTIFUL CREY SUIT si/.,- 8S Kegular
Price |30.00. Ile.liu.*,! Trice $22.00
ONE ONLY   NAVY BLUE SUIT size 34. made of,. fine
Wool Hen Ingbone Clotli.  Kegular Price 1-1.00 not, $18.75
ONE ONLY  CREEN BROADCLOTH SUIT size 38, Coat
lined witli beat Taffeta silk ana trimmed «iili Black
Braid.   Kegular Price I29.60. Special Pi ice $24,50
AU OF THE ABOVE ARE THE WELL KNOWN NORTHWAY SUITS,
FOR QUALITY, FIT AND FINISH, THEY LEAD.
BURNS BROTHERS
REID BLOCK,      •       CRANBROOK, B. C.
*********************************************
SPECIAL TRAIN FROM MOYIE
A    special train    will leave Moyie
at K a.m. on Monday Ior the races.
Ue turning it. will leave Cranbrook at
H.80 p.m.
 ►	
HOUSES AND CATTLE FOR PASTURE.
1 have .'100 acres of good pasture
lor horses and cattle; plenty of water. Address R. Corbett, Ranch,
Cranhrook, B.C. 5-4t
Rife Hydraulic Rams
Kali* wati-r JW feet lor uver.vfoot ul
Ml SiitMnutlon Guaranteed. Over
7 01)11 fn aw>. II lliHie Ih ii Nlream,
H|iiini> or [mini wil Iiui a in1 !■■ —
WRITE  FOR  FREE  PUNS
ANO I00K.
Get our Vrm Trial Offnr.
H.Y.Parker
CMMROOK,
1,0,
CRANBROOK
RACES
<(
McCALLUM'S
Hardware
IS FAVORITE
in thc following events
throughout the year
and the satisfaction derived from any investment at our store will
please you more than
any
20 to 1
winner you may be
lucky enough to haak
ut the
RACE8 ON
X MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Programme ot
SPUING   .MEET
11.00 Clothes Baskets
1.50 Screen Doors
2.00 Kuuhiile Hatters
2.50 Carving Si-ti
3.00 Bread Mixers
3,50 PoultryNettinn.BOyds
4,00 Wringers
4,50 22 Rifles
5.00 Knziirs. Siifi'ty
5.50 Tents
6,00 Gordon Hose, soft
These are famous
competitors in the Held
Irom Winnipeg, Toronto
and other large cities,
but thc people of Cranbrook District -will get
better returns by
backing
jj McCALLUM & CO
H THE  HARDWARE MEN
JUST AS GOOD
How often are you told tliis in  connection with  a   request   ft.r   some
article of merit and reputation
that you ask for.
It is the BIGGEST BOOST POSSIBLE
for the article you wish.    Always
bear that in mind when you ask for
Eastman's Kodaks, Films
Chemicals and Supplies
and are offered something "Just as Good"
There are two kinds of Kodaks
The Eastman Kind
and tht
'Just as Good" Kind
WE ARE COMPELLED
TO SELL EASTMAN'S
because it is the only kind which will harmonize with our
high tfra-lt* stock of Drugs and Stationery.
Drop in and have a Kodak Talk
it will interest you and please us.
Beattie & Atchison s
Where it pays to deal
"The prompt Mail-Order House"
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
FOR SALE.
300 Acres of Fruit Land
Half-mile from Cranbrook
A Big Bargain.      -        -      Reasonable Terms
Address—M. Frost, Cranbrook, B. C.
****
Read The HERALD
All the news all the time. $2.00 a Year THB   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Baker Street CRANBROOK. B.C.
MAY 24
RACE
MEETING
our
WE are all looking forward to these days to having a good
outing and see some good sport, and we will all be out in
our best togs.
Let Us Fit You Out for the
Occasion
Everybody in Ganbrook and vicinity knows our reputation for
selling first-class Clothing, and when they buy our Clothing they
get a guarantee of satisfaction with everything they buy.
Friday and Saturday
1      J    ,
_    _ ■t*ml^^S^Sf
We are going to make SPECIAL        jft   '
RE0UCTI0N8 for the holiday, so we
will give everybody a chance to
look their best at the Race Meeting.
Men who appreciate cool, comfortable summer suits will find
wjr prices most alluring.   In every group there are sizes for all
builds of men—for the tall men, the short, the thick-set or tall-slim.
Watch Our Windows Friday and Saturday.
Notice the Quality. Notice the price
and
Our Guarantee of Satisfaction or Honey Refunded.

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