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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  12
OBAN BROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  THURSDAY,  JULY 1, 1909
NO. 15
THE KING LUMBER MILLS
SASH   AND   DOOR   FACTORY
Limited
SPECIAL
REDUCTION
FOR
JULY
AND
AUGUST
All Stock Sizes,
Windows and
Doors,
Screen Sash and
Screen Doors
WE QUOTE FOLLOWING ON A FEW SIZES
10x20
12x24
20x30
22x24
24x24
24x26
36x40
Windows
■   4 Its.
$1.00 each
$1.10   „
2 Its. $1.35   „
$1.20   „
$1.30   „
$1.40   „
with 14 in. Transom
Double Strength Glass $4.75 each
40 x 42   -   with 14 in. Transom
Double Strength Glass $5.25 each
Screen Sash
50 cents
65 „
65 „
60 „
65 „
70   „
95   „
$1.15   „
Do all kinds of Leaded Work on premises.
Can furnish any design on shortest notice.    Call and get our prices
Doors
2ft. 6in. x 6ft. 6in., 1 3-8in. $1.75 each.
2ft. 8in. x 6ft. 8in., 1 3«8in. $1.80   „
2ft. 10in.x6ft.10in., 13-4in.$2.90 ,,'
3ft. Oin. x 7ft. Oin., 1 3-4in. $3.00 ,,
Screen Doors
90c. each or $9.00 per
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$1.05   „     $10.50 „
dozen
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All the above are manufactured
from No. One Grade Cedar
Special Prices on all odd sizes
and Fancy Designs
PLATE GLASS: We carry large stock.   Quoting Rock Bottom Prices on all sizes.
Exceptionally   Low   Prices   on   Balusters* Plinth. Corner and   Base
Veranda  Posts and all Moulding.
LUMBERj>: Boards and Dimension delivered up town for $14.00
Shiplap delivered up town tor -     -     -     - $14.50
IT   WILL  PAY   YOU   TO  SEE   US   BEFORE   ORDERING.
Blocks*
WE CAN SAVE YOU 15 TO 20'/. ON ALL INTERIOR
FINISH FOR YOUR HOMES. THK   CUANBKOOK   HEUALU
BARGAINS
at
BVRNS.
BROS.
THIS WEEK
SALE OF
LINEN SKIRTS
ONE   BIC   LOT   AT
ONE  SMALL PRICE.
All our $2.60, $2,75 uiul $8.00
Wliito  Linen Skirts,
YOUR CHOICE
$2.45 EACH
PARASOLS
AT  KEEN   PRICES
Our  stuck   is  too   heavy uiul
must bo reduced.
White Embroidered Parasols
$1.75 EACH
Worth  $2.50
BETTER QUALITIES ALL REDUCED
MILLINERY
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
THIS   WEEK
35 PER CENT OFF
ALL TRIMMED HATS
WHITE LAWN
WAISTS
'Ml   Lovely  Waists, well  worth
$1.'ill, on gulf this week nt
85 GTS. EACH
Burns
Bros.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
McBRlDE VISITS CRANBROOK
He is Given a Fine Ovation
On the
Un* evening of Tuesday !-■■■*• t-llJ
iff nt tiie Hon. Richard Mo-
BrUlc, premier nt British Columbia,
m Uranbrook was taken advantage
*>l to fiitfrtaiii liim to an Informal
non-political mooting in the Auditorium, followed Ity a smoker ami
concluding witli a short mooting nt
the Agricultural society.
Thf mooting was under the chairmanship nf tiie mayor ami with liim
ami the premier on the platform
were, amongst others, 13, Mallandaine, T. T. MeVittie, Fort Steele;
!>. .1. Johnson, Otis Staples, .!. n.
McBrldo, (1. 11. Thompson. T. 1).
Uaven, E. A. Watts, .lames Ryan
ami  Kilwaiil  Klwell.
Mayor Kink in opening the proceedings said that he was glad to
Imve the pleasure ami ihe honor of
Introducing tho premier to such a
largo   mooting    of    thf Indies   and
.Kootenay Central railway alons the
valley.   '    He   had   ventured oh     a
Ipropltccy which had not heen fulfilled,
but hf could assuro the audience that
the K.C.It. was hy no humus shelved.
llis opinion in this was founded    on
1 the beet of sound aud reliable reports, and lie felt overy confidence in
assuring them thut the K.C.R,
would soon lu- huiit hy the C. P. R.
and would open up a country to the
north that was bound to make Cranbrook the center of a really great
ami important [arming community.
Coming down the valley he could sec
overy half mile or so new houses, new
land being broken, new fencing and
all the evidences of progress and
hope in the future. We have the fortuity, Iml we need the population,
aud that population would he soon
ipplled hy tin! olg movement that
,is inevitable into llritish Columbia.
* MARTIN BUKRtLL ON BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Martin Burrell,   M.P.- at the    Mc- I
ltndu meeting iu   Grand Forks     ou
Monday night of lust week, expressed
himsell as follows: I
"The eastern portion of Canada is
inclined to look too narrowly ou
Canadian interests, judging the province by its population alone. This
province, however, will this year ex-!
pemi $1,IHJ0,U0U more ior puhlie works'
than Ontario. As to growth; in1
itiui British Columbia cut 0-1,0(10,1)1)11 j
tcei of lumber, in tsius tbu cut was*
85U,000,000. From lSfiB to 18SS,'
the whole lode mining wus $200,000,1
from 1S88 io 101)8 il was $160,000,-
Uliu. Thi.v figures speak for themselves.
The Canadian clubs, cast uud west,
ate tiuvliliijg people to know their
country aim empire. Several occasion's wero given to address these
clubs iu .New York aud Toronto uml
other centres aud it was a pleasure
lo see how they respond when the
resources and anus of this province
are set forth, particularly when it is
shown thut tlic good of the west is
the good of all Canada uud that the
object of this province is to build up
a citizenship of which the land as
well as the empire should be proud.
BAM) CONCERT.
Bv kind permission id the Sister
Superior and Mayor Fiuk, the Indian
hoys band from the St. Eugene Mis--
sion, under direction of Bandmaster
Corrison, will render a programme
ou thu bund stand Friday evening,
commencing at 7.30.
1-REMlKIt McBRlDE
gentlemen of Cranbrook. Not that
ihe lion. Richard MeBride needed au
introduction to all of them, hut us
the meeting was strictly nun-political and embracing all parties he
thought the introduction needed in
sumo part.        He was sorry to say
Already Mr. Brewer, of Windermere,
vvas making ids preparations for the
Irrigation of thousand upou thousands of acres of laud opposite the
lown of Windermere.
Turning for a moment from general
topics lhe premier said for his gov-
.. d not the pleasure nf seeing his [eminent that they were believers in
friend, Dr. King, our representative providing first of all lhe necessities
al Victoria, present. In bis ab-|uud then providing the luxuries. He
sence lie could only wish him a said that a trail for a prospector or
pleasant voyage and the very best a road way for thu intrepid settler
that the continent of JSurope bad to who iu the depth of the green timber
offer. Our province produced most | sought to carve out a competence
lor himself und his fumily was, ihey
BIG POULTRY RANCH
Kamloops, .lune 28.—The largest
uud most complete chicken ranch in
lhu world is nearing completion near
here. Thu situ is most beautifully
located in a valley four miles from
Kamloops. Five thousand eggs ate
being gathered per week, and the finest specimen ol fowl are to be seen,
The birds were nearly all imported
from England and Prance. Two
roosters valued at $1,000 are from
stock which won every principal
prize in England in thc past five
vears. Tlie turkey are of thc best
stock from Ontario. The turkey
tuns reach away up and along the
side hills. At present the owners
are putting in nine miles of fine wire
fence, a distance the visitor docs not
know what to make ot. The white
slakes and breeding pens: There
are forty pens, each about sixty leet
wide and one hundred feet in
length. Tbe diflerent breeds are
kept In separate puns and just as
soon as a bird shows thc least
symptoms of a cold or sickness, he
riislud lo the hospital, specially built
for that purpose. Right now there
are in course of erection, three buildings two hundred and fifty leet in
length, also a boiler house. All eggs
are batched by hot water heat and
ull incubators were made in England
and are the best and most substantial monev eould buy. Tbe water is
pumped from the Thompson river hy
a monster engine and is carried
away up in the hills. For thc
geese and ducks swimming tanks have
been built purposely. All the breeding pens arc seeded to grass for the
voung chicks to scratch in and it is
a sight to sec thousands of chicks on
the run for something to eat. This
monster poultry ranch is owned by
Mr. G. Thretfall, F. R. G. S-, Savage Club, London, Eng., and C,
White and J. P. Westerman, of London.
ihe good things of the earth,
amongst tbem the guest of the evening, the premier, whom be was proud
lo ask to eome forward to say a few
words. (Applause.)
The premier, looking well browned
from his long motor trip down thc
Kootenay Valley from Golden, said
he had hail a somewhat arduous Journey lately through tbe Okanagan,
Similkameen, nnd the Kootenav coun-
would agree with him, of far greater
importance than providing comforts
for civil servants or even for the
ministers of the crown. (Loud
cheers). As for Oriental exclusion
und ou the matter of better terms
lliey stood, positively and absolutely,
where they always stood and always will stand-—that is for insistence on those great points. (Loud
finding in all parts all things cheers.) He thanked tbem for their
ng well and prosperous, lie kind attention, and said that though
Cranbrook was represented on the
opposition still, they had done, he
thought, pretty fairly hy the Crau-
brooK peoplu in the mailer of  public
liii-
joined with   the mayor in regretting
that l)r.     King was not witb them.
Dr. King was an excellent man and a
leiidid citizen.     If he happened to
he on the    opposition side of      the appropriations.     (Cheers.)
riie public function having terminated lhe smoking concert began and
was greatly enjoyed. Songs were
contributed hy K. T. Brymner,
Joseph     Ryan,     Norman McArthur.
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liousc nt Victoria that made no difference as far as their personal
friendship was concerned. He as
hief minister had to maintain friend-
hips nn both sides to the end   that
tbo machinery of business should and .lack McSweyn. Speeches of
run the smoother, and in his opinion short type were given by E. Mallan-
tlie duty of government was to do daiue, Archie Leitch, Otis Staples
equal justice to nil parties. He ami T. I). Caven, who was called up-
regretted that his friend and com- on from thc hody ol the hall. The
panion on a long part of his trip, hit of tho evening was undoubtedly
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of the short address of Otis Staples,
works, had to leave him to attend ile said he was educated to tho tim-
thc Good Roads Convention at thc her ami lumber business and knew
A.Y.P. exposition at Seattle, where little else. He was bom a Canadian
Ihi' world's experts were gathered to and had his education in tbe States,
consider this great ipiestion. His He had come hack to Canada and
government hnd taken tip tbe mat- meant to Slav there. Speaking of
ler, and the people should take it to land, he said", that when h came in-
heart more seriously. The work ot to tin- Kootenays first he thought it
road making, building and maintcn- ilu- most unpromising spot under
nine Was one of the most important God's sun for agriculture—until he
problems the country had to contend put a crop in it. "Nothing will
wilh. Convenient transportation grow here," he said, "until you
was a prime necessity of the mo- plant il." This touch brought the
meiil, since every mile of rond and house down. What would they say
trail told its talc in tbe develop-§to US bushels of potatoes to tlic
ment of the districts affected. At acre? Well, he bnd grown tbem.
present the minister of works bad tin-He had the proofs. He saw a crop
tier his charge n matter of 8.0(H) on Smith's raneh once thnt induced
miles of trunk road and (i,0(in miles ■ him to say that if it were tbe Al-
f trail. He congratulated tbe mighty Himself Ile could not do bet-
eoplo of Cranhrook on the excellent ter. He snw .'18 or <I0 bushels of'
>uds tbey bad. For part of thc wheat
down from Windero-n*! in     Mt.'ncres.
POLICE COURT NEWS
Off Mundtiy last there was a long
session iu thu pulk-u cuurt Iwturu
I'olicc .Magistrate Kyau, whim Ue
luul eases ul euasiilerauie imporlaueu
lu tlte public tu engage his attention,
faddy .Madigan, Michael Ue-
luugnery, James Uihsoti and Charles
Cannot were charged with stealing a
sum ul $5(J Hum the person ol une
Frank ltubcrtu, ati Italian section
hand. 11 appeared from the evidence that .Madigau and Koherto were
drinking and shaking dice at one ol
thc hotels uud adjourned to another
Ior the sumc purpose. At hoth
pluees Hobcrto was the paymaster
and when he produced a dollar to
pay al the latter place, oue ol the
men, Deluughcry apparently, tried lo
snap it uul ul his hand. The bartender hud occusion to go into un
adjoining room atid then two ol thc
party struck him and dragged him
inlo the back room, where his trousers were utmost torn oil him in th.-tr
agetiiess to get at his pocket. When
he recovered from the efieet of the
blows, the pocket had been turn
bodily oh' his garment and, of
course, lhe money was gone. Tliere
wus au evidence forthcoming to show
ihul Curtuot did no more than louk on
at the transaetiun, and the charge
against hint was therefore withdrawn, Inn Madigan, Deloughery attd
Gibson were committed fur trial.
Qoorge 11. Thompson appeared to
prosecute lor tlte crown and M. A.
Mueduitald defended.
The sumc counsel were then engaged lor tlie prosecution and defence ot
tt niun named William Stickler, who
tan u kind of lottery here during the
recent race meeting. This man had
lieen brought hack frotn Lethbridge.
alter Cbiet Dow hod (lung a net
to tlie acre grown rm s[x!ovor ,mlf l'lc continent lo get nlttt.
Whv not on 600"     "Raise','1'1"' ''lunge against him was stealing
Hyde linker's car, they eould run moro crops and less Hell," said he. a ll'aIllt,lld !"°ni a man named .1. A
thirty miles nn hour, hut, ol roiirsc, Like others bo was unfortunately oV I l*>'»la|>. and in this charge a party
t'ney dared not exceed the legal ligcd tn employ Oriental lahor not known tiy ttie alias of Tex was also
limit of twenty, except now and timt he wanted it at any*price Iconcornco, but was not in court. The
acaiii. (Laughter.) Tie saw no Work must he done, somehow or any-'ras(! ,or 'he prosecution was that
reason why, with a slight betterment how. Last year fourteen Hindoos Stickler had a diamond stud in
of the rond here and there the trip succeeded in doing rather less than l,aw" il1 McLean's second hand shop,
from e.olilou to Cranhrnok could not hall the work in piling lumber that "'"• having entered' into an agrec-
be made by motor in about ten six white men were now doing. The ment with Dunlap to sell it tor $70,
hours. On this ntiestinn nf better- solution, he added, of the Oriental "° went to Mr. Wilson, the jeweler,
ment they would have the Hon. Mr. lahor uiiestinn was the industry of al"l hud the genuino diamond mottnt-
Tavlor with Ihem in a short time, the white men that would counter- '"'I in a ring and a glass substitute
nml those who hail either ideas     or vail it.    (Loud applause.) iplaccd in the stud, which was passed
complaints  need    have nn hesitation     The whole function from first     to ovoc to Dunlap just as he was leav
in approaching hlm. Insl was a marked success, especial-  inS ,lir Spokane, and who never  dis-
Three years ago h» had been In tho lv when it had to he convened and covered the fraud until he reached his
town of Wilmer nnd told the people organized in a lew hours notice The destination. By that time Stickler
of that town thnt inside two years meeting nl the Agricultural society '">" Tex were lar away. A charge
trom that date they would have the lasted until close to midnight. ; against Tex and Stickler for ohtaln-
  ing money from Dunlap hy false pre-
  ' . lenees  was  withdrawn and   Stickier
was committed for trial on the
charge of stealing.
I A innn iiiimeil John Craig was remanded for eight days on a charge
ol   stealing n   quantity ol blankets,
such as arc used by men in the lumber camps.
The want ol better accommodation
iu the city jail is being badlv felt.
The cell room is very limited and is
now fur the first time in many moons
lieing taxed somewhat beyond its
capacity.
THE   EVENT OF   THE SEASON.
The girls of St. Mary's church take
pleasure itt announcing a lawn social
tn lie given on the church grounds on
the evening of Thursday, July the
15th. The city hand will be In at-
teniluiiee unit apart from all thc usual
attraction ol lawn socials, several
new features will he Introduced which
promise to make the affair thc event
of tlie season. Full particulars will
lie announced at a later date.
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Women say their sweetest things
when thev have a man to themselves
hut men reserve their hiirlicst coiupli
incuts for a farewell banquet.
TROQRUTPIF
Guaranteed Tools
Never   buy  ■ namelesi tool.
Never buy a tool that the taanu-
facturer does not guar-
antee.   He li 'the only
one who really knows it»
J. D. McBRlDE
Hardware   Cranbrook, B. C.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands
within the Hallway Belt in British
Columbia, may be honiesteaded by
atty person who is tbe sole head ol a
family, or any male over 18 years ot
age, to the extent of one-quartet section ol Kid acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ollice for tlte district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or
sister ot an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ol the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation ol thc land in
each year for three years.
(2). 1! the father (or mother,
if the father is deceased), ot thc
homesteader resides upon a farm in
the vicinity ot the land entered tor,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by such person residing
with the father or mother.
(3). lt the settler has hit permanent residence upon farming land
owned by him in the vicinity ot his
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisflbd by residence upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given to the Commissioner
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa ot intention to apply tor patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may be
leased tor a period ot twenty-one
years at an annual rental ot Sl per
acre. Not more than 2,570 acres
shall be leased to ono Individual
company. A royalty at the rate ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ot the Minister ot the Interior. 2-29t
A Healthy  Life
A Happy Home
to be had on a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM
in the British Columbia Southern; Columbia and
Kootenay and Columbia and Western Railway
Companies' Land Grants. Farm Lands eminently
suited for the raising of
FRUIT, GRAIN or STOCK
may be purchased in these Grants at low figures
for cash, or on Easy Terms, from
THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Timber Lands of the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are offered for sale in blocks of from
640 acres upwards.
Good Shipping Facilities
Scenery Unsurpassed
For Maps, Application Forms, Regulations
and Literature apply to
J. S. DENNIS
Asst. to 2nd Vice President
Box 104
Calgary, Alberta
Town Lots for Sale in Cranbrook
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OREAT REDUCTION
SALE OF
WALL PAPERS
For tlm next  30  days I will   offer  for  sale  my entire
stock of Wall Papers at
25  PER  CENT. DI8C0UNT FOR GA8H
consistifin  of
ENGLISH VELOURS AND TILES
CANADIAN AND AMERICAN
ART DESICNS IN STRIPES, FLORALS
PLAIN AND EMBOSSED
Uur stock uf |m-N-rs is the most artistic in design and
refined in coloring ever shown in Cranbruok.
COME   EARLY   AND   SECURE
OHOIOE8T     PATTERNS
IB. R SHORT
Armstrong Ave.    Cranbrook, B. C.
Read The HERALD
M. McLEOD
FINK flERCANTILE CO.
JOHN    W.   WOLF
BOOT,   SHOE  ANI)
HARNESS  MAKER
(Hit NhofH Mtule Nfiw.
All Kiu'H of Repairing,
(live inuueitll     t:     ;:
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Your eyesight needs to tie uood to ensure good judgment,
and business men should be more than cateful to provide
against any strain. Ue mnke use of tbe most scientific and
improved methods lu the examination of eyes, and ran vety
quickly help yt>u to glasseH that will strengthen any weakness and double your capacity (or work.
W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler and
Gradueite Optician THE   ORANBROOK   HERALD
Dr. H. E. HALL
DENTIST
The   Expert   Crown   and
Bridge    Worker
Offices over Mr. Short's
Wall       Paper      Store
Armstronjr,   Ave.,  Cranbrook
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where yon can get the best of
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Beale <& Elwell
are selling
Irrigated  Fruit
Lands
Twenty minutes walk front Pest Ollice, water running in
(Mtoh. EASY   PAYMENTS.
II' you buy live (teres now nnd plant fruit tree- you will
havo nn income in five years which will utnke you iude-
p indent.       Call on us. or write for full information.
BEAU: & ELWELL, Cranbrook, B.C.
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FOR   5ALE
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$350.00
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(From the Creston Review.)        !
Miss Janet McCHHivray twisted iicr
foot on Wednesday) and su great was
tiit- pain that sin- tainted,   in falling
.sl»' tut Iter fare in several places.
Swan Swansini lias now cleared
forty aeres of Ids land. We understand lie lias i>ITrn-:l the use of this
level tract to the Creaton baseball
train Ioi tlio balance ol the season.
Mr. i'. (i. Cunningham) tin- well-
known electrician, was in town lliis i
week looking over his 300 aeres of
fruit land ut Arrow creek. Whilst out
on his private road he ran into a
massive cinnamon bear, whieh he shot
at and missed. Tlio bear lied botore
he eould net another shot at it. ,
■I. P. Fink, mayor of Cranhiook,!
was in town Wednesday, and made
Ucorgo Munro another offer for    liis
Uill  hi
Pishing is now at its best, although
the trout is wary of the gaudy colored tiy. Some people -are eating so
many grayling that they have much
difficulty ' in getting their shirts oft,
aa the bones are sticking through.
have heeu asked liy Missouri
it his criticism o! the
young men of .Miehel, who failed to
introduce him to the ladies at the.
Ragles' hall mi Tuesday night. He
says the music was grand, the ladies
charming, but the bovs were evidently alruid that Mill would cut them
nut, i'n thev mlghl have lost their
puis, had thev given Hill a knock
down to their partners. Mill said
lots more, but let it go at that.
j MOYIE
(From the Moyie Leader.)
A deal of more limn   ordinary im-
trotting horse.    HoTlsolnVeoted m Vrtance Ps Illluil!1tllis *«* 7;tt>»
elegant team   recently Imported    hy  L;hu"^1'  ,,r    t^'ut'rs|:i!,...ulI.}}* lloUil
...,   .......ted
MeCreaMi Bros. They were sized up
as a possible team tor the Cranbrook (ire brigade.
Kootenay. The purchasers are
Messrs. McTavish & Cameron, who
have had tlie plaee under lease for
little over two years. The Hotel
Kootenay was built in 1908 hy Mc-
iniiUiiiir „. 4i„." w.*,**...,**-!I"" Mahon Bros., and was enlarged in
■ *M ,f!L.„t^nI,.r!SI)>lS!1 11101 - A good portion of the mater-
ial for the first building was hauled
in on sleighs from Kootenay, Landing,
n distance of sixty miles." At that
time it was the tiuest hotel in Kast
Kootenay, and even today there are
few that are hetter. The priee paid
for it this week was probably between $lH,«im ami $12,000, hut it is
known that it- cost more than this
amount to build it. McTavish &,
Cameron have made a hig success of
the hotel since taking hold of it, and
tlio fact that they have now bought
it shows the unbounded faith tbey
have in tlie camp.
Oood progress is being made with
the building of the Presbyterian
ebureli, whieh edifice will be a credit
to Creston. Mr. E. Fulljames has
just finished the plaster work. Tlie
church bas a splendid location and
tho Rev. N. E. Kesri, pastor, Is to
Ik- congratulated upon tbe results of
bis labors.
I. H. .lames, ol Cranbrook, has
arranged to locate at Creston and
open a photographic studio. He will
make a specialty of scenery, groups
and outdoor work. Ile will open
up promises on Victoria avenue, near
the Methodist church. He -has all
the paraphernalia for producing good
work, and he is here to do it. If you
want anything in this line, call and
see James.
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(From tbe Fernie Free Press.)
Fuller A. Goat, ot Cranbrook, was
in town on Monday.
The old King Kdward hotel has
been torn down and certain non-contributory guests have been dispossessed.
Tlie Movie football hoys "didn't do
a thing" to the Cranbrook team ut
| Alriririgc park last Sunday afternoon,
beating the visiting team by a
, score of (i lo 3. People (locked to
see the game, some going by foot,
hy boat and by train, lt was a
fast game ami the drenching rain
' during the second halt only caused
I the players to grit their teeth and
, dig in with more vim thau ever. The
j local boys wore their new suits tor
I the first time, and they looked winners from tbo start. Ou account of
an injury to bis knee, Perkins, tlie
Movie goal, laid off, Fred Atkinson
taking his place.
A meeting of tbu   shareholders    ot
tbe    Cambrian     Mining  company is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ called to he held   at Moyie on Tues-
— 'dav, July 13th.     At this meeting it
Miss Leota Pollock returned    from   will be decided what the future plans
college and    will spend   the summer 0f the company shall he.
holiday* here. I ,
"Billy" Whitehead returned Tuesday from Cobalt, where be went
with a bunch of oilier Moyie boys a
mouth or two ago. lie was not
very favorably impressed with the
| camp, and was glad to come west
again. There are many idle men,
™f* and tbey are coming and going on
every train. However, most ot
those who went from moyie are
working and doing well.
It is reported that a strike of more
than usual importance was made in
the St. Eugene mine Ibis week, and
that one of the largest bodies ot
ore ever found in thc mine was
opened up.
A tramway is being built at the
Aurora to carry tbe ore trom the
tunnel down to tbe lake that it can
be brought across to the railway and
shipped, lt will be a ear tram and
will be operated with a windlass.
The ore chute in the raise bas widened considerably within the last tew
days.
The Smyth challenge cup, which
is to he played for by the Moyie
and Cranbrook junior baseball teams,
is on exhibition iu thc window of tlie
store of UolH-rts & Messinger.      The
Mrs. Kobert Uuriley returned from
the coast on Mondav'evening. She
spent a few days in Movie the guest
ot her daughter, Mrs. Taylor, of tlte
International.
Mr. J. R. Pollock, who has
confined    to   the house    for    several
weeks,   is   attending   to business at
his ollice again.
Chas. Klingensmith, mayor of Elko,
and one of the most genial citizens
of that picturesque burg, was in Fernie yesterday.
"Siotty" Italph ot the Commerce
staff, has been transferred to the
Cranbrook branch. Mr. Halph left
for bis new home on Tuesday night.
Tin- new City Basilic has been
opened for thc reception ot transient
guests ami steady boarders. A byproduct of the social evil and a booze
tighter were contestants for the
doubtful honor of being first to enjoy
the cloistered seclusion of this safe
retreat, the former winning out hy a
small majority.
The   Kootenav     I-and   company is
making the dirt liy on their new irrigation ditch,   which will transform ,^___________~___M
their lands at liavties into a fruitful lirst game for the trophy will      be
garden. played    at   Movie on Dominon Day.
  Here are tbe rules governing the con-
Oo.   Ihdl,     manager ot thc Fernie test:
branch of tiie Imperial Bank, arrived Cup to be played for hy the junior
here on Tuesday.     Business    will be baseball teams of Moyie and    Cran-
commenced as soon as the necessary brook,
stationery arrives from the cast. The   winners   ot     each game shall
— take the cup, and it shall remain in
The   pay roll   ot   the   Crows Nest their   possession   until     won by the
Pass Coal company is gradually    in-  opposing team.
i leasing   and   it    is    expected tbat     There shall he   no   limit    to     thc
within   a few    months the mines at   number of games played for the   cup
Coal   Creek    will lie on   a stronger during any one year.
basis than ever. , ■ ■  —
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Premier Mr-nride, who was bonked tetests ot Wm. Kydd nnd Patrick
in speak iu Fernie on Julv first, will Head, lu the international hotel and
onlv lie nhle to remain in town be- is now a partner in the business with
tweeii the loeal ami regular 1 rains. U. 13. Taylor, under the firm name ot
This will ln> a severe disappointment Taylor & Bonnet. Several im-
* -     ■ ■*       proveuieuts are   lo be marie on    the
hotel.
The latest addition to the fleet on
Moyie lake is tlie new launch, which
Teddy Wright had shipped here trom
Nelson,.
Mayor Fink, ot Craubrook, was in
town Tuesday.
Andy Johnston bas gone to 'his
'ranch'near Tabor, Alberta! where he
J will spend the greater portion ot the
summer,
P. O. Routh is still in the hospital
at Cranhrook, and it may he some
weeks before he is able to leave.
His ankle, which was Iirokcn' some
time ago, is mending slowly.
Mr. Roy, an extensive property
holder and capitalist of Halifax,
Nova Scotia, was here during the
week looking ovor thc country. He
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
     Macdonald while in town.
The P. Burns & Co.'s Ice plant,' C. R. Vrooman, representing A. h.
cold storage and refrigerator plant is McDermot, of Cranbrook, was in
uow in fine working order, and visi- town Mondav. The Pabst beer, tor
tors are cheerfully shown through which Mr. McDermot is agent, Is
this up-t(Mlate accessory to their flue steadily increasing in popularity in
meat shop. Moyie.
to the citizens of Fernie, ns they
had arranged to give the premier a
royal welcome. The entertainment
arranged tor the evening hns been
called off.
MICHEL
M
(From tin Michel Reporter.)
Messrs. McCool, Moure nml Watson, are closing a deal tor titicir timber Unfits near Kitchener, B. C.
I Thc work on the Great Northern
hotel Is now nearly completed, and
wo expect next week to f-ivo lull
description ol this modern hostelry.
E. W. Marsh, arrested lor stcallnR
trom Mrs. McLaren's boarding house,
Michel, was let oil on suspcmled sentence, i
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(From our own correspondent)
Messrs. Went and Walker, ot tlw
Crows Nest Pass Lumber company,
spent last week in town.
Messrs. Payne aud Crnshaw, of
Michigan, timber cruisers, spent Friday of last week iu town. They left
a few days ago, accompanied by W.
McLaren, for a cruising trip up the
St. Mary's river.
Mr. ami Mrs. Henderson, of Bull
Itiver, returned on Saturday last
from uttending the Seattle fair.
Mr. Luirigan, of Crunbrook, is
•.pending a few days in town.
Tlw Henderson boys, who have
lieen visiting tbu Seattle fair (or a
few days, returned home on Friday
last.
Mr. Smith, representing Uie Western Canada Wholesale company, of
Fernie, was in town last Saturday on
business.
Mrs. Willson and Miss Rowland,
who have been' visiting friends here
for the past week, returned to their
home iu Cran-brook a few days ago.
Mr. Dan McLeod was in Craubrook
last Saturday on business,
Mr. ami Mrs. It. 11. Bohart were iu
Fernie last week oa business.
Mrs. T. Uaffncy was tlie hostess
last Friday afternoon at a tea given
In honor ot her guests, Miss Rowland
und Mrs. Willson, of Cranbrook. The
guests present were: Mrs. P. Lund,
Mrs. 1). Breckenririge, Mrs. S. 0,
Smith, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs.
Lowey, Miss Etta McEachran, Mrs.
Bellshaw, of Vancouver, Mrs. R. II.
Bohart, Mrs. Hurry Peuson, Mrs.
Willson and Miss Rowland,
Messrs. Moure and Tuttle, who
bave been cruising at Rock Creek for
the past few days lett fur an extended cruising trip up the St.
Mary's river.
Miss Leda I lenders, who has twen
visiting friends in Fernie and Jailray
for the pust few weeks, returned to
Wardner ou Saturday last,
Geralri Kusebius, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ti Gafhwy, was baptized' on Sunday afternoon last hy
Rev. ('. 0. Main, pastor ot Knox
Presbyterian church, Cranbrook.
Miss Delia Dow, ot Cranbrook, is
spending a tew days this week with
ber aunt, Mrs. Otto Wisner.
Mr. Craigie, ot San Creek, is visiting for a few days with his daughter,
Mrs. F. Peuson.
Miss Beatrice  Mean, of Cranbrook,
spent the beginning ot the week with
Mrs. P. Lund-
Mr. Harry Steeve, ot Jaflray, spent
Sunday with friends in town.
Mrs. Custer and -daughter arrived
I a few days ago to visit tor a while
at Mr. George Custer's.
Miss Leda Headers lett tor Nelson
on Monday morning, where she will
join her sister,
A meeting was held on Thursday
afternoon to try to organize the
Ladies' Aid under more agreeable
conditions.
Mr. Norman Moore lett Sunday tor
his old home on the prairie. We
are sorry to loose Norman and hope
lie may soon return.
Mr. and Mrs.- Couzens, of Chatham,
Ont., arrived last Monday morning
to visit their daughter, Mrs. P. Lund.
Mr. O. List left tor Cranbrook on
Monday.
Mr. Stewart, ot Peterborough, returned on Monday evening trom a
trip to Vancouver, Seattle and Victoria, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave
I iree ken ridge here before returning \'v
bis home in the east.
Mr. H. C O. Adney was in Cranbrook Tuesday on business.
The surveyors are nearing Wardner
on thc Kootenay Central railway.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, accompanied
by their son Aldin, lett a tew days
ago for coast points.
Mr. George Sinclair, who has been
working in Jaflray, returned to Wardner on Sunday to begin work.
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SPLENDID DAIRY BUSINESS
FOR SALE
Situated within a tew. minutes walk
Irom Cranbrook post ollice. The
property consists ol five acres ol
splendid land, with water right ol
lour inches, all well fenced; thirty
bead ot good milk cows; good barn,
and other buildings, and stabling tor
five horses. Included in the sale
are two horses, two rigs, two sleighs
all the dairy utensils, and tbe goodwill of the business, which ts one ot
the best in the district.
This is one ol the best opportunities to acquire a splendid business at
a reasonable price that has- ever been
oflercd In Cranbrook.
Prlco and terms can be bad on application to
E. II. REED,
Herald Office,
Cranbrook, B.C
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Wc flare Wizard Ilurbank to tackle
the job of producing beans, peas and
radishes tliat can outgrow ragweeds ,
uud sunflowers.
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Imperial Bank of Canada j
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
RESERVE  -     -     -     -
$10,000,000 X
5,000,000
5,000,000
D. R. WILKIE, President.
HON. ROBERT JAFKKAY. Vice-President
bants.
Accounts   of   Corporations.   Municipalities,    Mere
Farmers nnd Private Individuals invited. ^^^^^
Drafts nml Letters of Credit issued, available in any part of
the world.
SAVINOS DEPARTMENT Speeial attention
given to Havings Hank Accounts. Deposits of $l.l>0 und
upwards received and interest allowed ut curreut rate from date
of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM. Mgr.
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Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
Phone 183
'.O. Ko\ A.
LOGCING TRUCKS   LOGGING TRUCKS
LOGGING TRUCKS
We have still four of theBo on baud. We hnve
sold a number of them Bnd they give lbe best
of satisfaction} yon ueeil not take om* word,
just ask tlu* parties who ubo t-huui the) \-ill
lell you. Come around and Bee tbem we will
bo pli'iLSt-d to show them.
FLOUR,  FEED,  HAY AND GRAIN, McLAUGHLIN
CARRIAGES
We sell the best of everything, at llie lowest possible price
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East Kootenay Bottling Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Carbonated Beverages.
There are others, but!!
PHONE 73 1'. 0. HOX 601
TO THE
Homeseeker and Investor
When you moke a purchase from us yon get in on
the u'rouud floor as we do a commission business paid
by the owner. We handle the choicest ranch property
in the district at the lowest price and best terms.
We consider the purchaser in making sides and
believe in the square deal. Write us or call atid see ns
for information about some choice bargains in fruit,
mixed fanning and grazing lands.
The East Kootenay Investment Co.
CRANBROOK. B. C.
Olllce-une.loorKai.iol Post Office.   P.O. Boi 10.   Pbons ISO.
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ONE   TON   OF   THE
WORLD'S     STANDARD     ENGLISH
WHITE     LEAD
hns   Jusl   li'fii   received ill reel from  Liverpool  \i;t Cape   Horn,
(»nr Timing Colors are the strongest  ami   purest   to be  had
awl nil gronihl in oil.    VVIn'ii ■■.■■■.lit"!   hy our skilled mechanics
we guurantee results* ' ^^^^^
B. H. SHORT, Painter & Decorator
Cranbrook's Pioneer Wall Pilfer Dealer
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A OOOD COMBINATION
Pride of the West Flour
$J.S» per cwt.
Cotedyke Baking Powder
■oc., jsc and 75c. a tin
PTB  J. HAMMING T=°
**************** THE   CRAJNBROOK  HERALD
Stj.00 A YKAI!
THE   PAPER  THAT   IS  READ   BV   THE   PEOPLE
JULY 1, 1909
•JBASBUOOK 11E11ALD
Uy the Herald   Publishing Company,
Limited.
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Editor and Manager.
The Herald is worth 110 a year. It
L*uhli> uuly $2. Nu man in .South
East Kootenay can afford tu bo withuut it, and everyone living outside ul
the district, who is Interested in tho
progress ot this section, should read
ii. Il publishes iin- nows while it is
news, lt is controlled absolutely bj
Un: publishers, .No clique, party oi
individual dictates its policy, it
iloii'l try tu please the people. It's
desire is tu publish a newspaper that
will he u credit tu Uie community.
Send in yuur subscription and yuu
will he thankful ever afterward.
Advertising rates $l.un per inch pur
mouth, no mute mid no less.
Heading matter 15 cents per line
to uon.advertisers; Ul ceuts per line
to regular advertisers.
If you desire to reach the people of
.South East Kootenay you must advertise iu Tlie Herald.
The Herald has a first-class job
plant, aud lis work is of the hest.
Tiie Herald don't want charity. It
wants a square deal on your job
work. If we can't suit you in <|ual-
ity and price, kick, and send your
work to some Cheap John house in
the east that never upends a cent in
Cranbrook.
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
I, F. E. Simpson, manager ol tile
Cranbrook Herald, do hereby state
tbat the pressman's books show, and
that I have every reason to believe
thai the circulation oi the Herald Ior
the past year has been 71,1)71) copies,
divided us follows:
January, lulls  li.litio
February,   11108    4,720
March, 1!I0«  5,410
April, 100S    5,070
May, 100S    4,775
June,  1008 4,080
Julv,  1008   5,805
August,   1IIU8  li.SIII
September,   1008     ...5.825
October,   1008  s.lllj
November,   1008    5,:(?.'>
December, 1008     0,575
Total Ior the year 1008 ...71,070
Average monthly circulation..5028.3
Average weekly circulation ...1880.47
Subscribed and sworn to Indole me
Ibis 10th day ol February, 100;i, at
L'ranbrook, U.c.
John Hutchison,
\   Notary   Public  in and   Ior   the
County of Kootenay, British Columbia.
,    People interested in Fruit .
' Lauds in South-east Koot-
| enay should write to
! BEM.E & ELWEIX
i V. HVDE BAKER
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
', KOOTENAY   INVESTMENT '
I     CO., Ltd.
' F. A. RUSSELL
' D. B.  DULMAQE
i     All of Cranbrook, B. C.
f observations!
I UY THK OLD MAN. t
YOUR TOWN.
Mori' towns die for want uf cunlid-
nce on tlie part of business men and
ick of puhlie spirit than any other
ause, When a man in search of a
nine or a business location goes
ito a town uml finds everything brim
dl of hope ami enthusiasm of the
rospects of the place, and all eurn-
sily at wotk to build it up he soon
ironies Imbued with the same
IJirit, and as a result he drives down
lakes and ^nes to work with the
une Intcrost. When, however, la'
oes io a town where every one ex-
esM s doubt ami apprehension (or
ie future prosperity of the place
loping about and Indulging ia
lournful complaint, lie naturally
els Uiat it is no plaee for bim and
i' at once shakes lhe dust ofi' liis
■ft while he [Mills out with all pontile speed fur some other place,
onsequently try aa'd make a live,
iterprislna town out of the town in
hleh you live. When you arc work-
K for or saying a good thing for
mr town you are accomplishing all
ie more for yourself.
The country paper, oftimes is a
ueh maligned institution. It is
ten ridiculed, many times abused
id seldom given the mead of praise
uit it deserves. Yet it has a mis-
on cm earth, nnd if thc editor is
ueere in his wnrk, there is no
uiht hut that it accomplishes a
eat good. It is pleasing when
Oper recognition is given tlie coun-
y weekly hy tlie eity daily, and
at is why we print the following
un the Victoria Colonist:
Tbe part played hy a country
paper in developing a healthy tone
if public sentiment, in encourag-
ng those who are laboring to
build up the community, in making known   tbe advantages of the
locality which supports it, caa
hardly he estimated, because it is
indirect. The city man smiles
sometimes at the lueal news in
country papers and professes to
hu amused at their enthusiasm
over matters of small general interest; hut these things make up
tbe progress of Uie whole country.
The item which seems o! no
special interest to anybody may
stimulate the ambition ol'some-
ono, who only needs encouragement to accomplish something
worth while. The country is full
of "mute, inglorious Miltons" of
Industry, whose only chance of recognition is in the columns of the
local weekly, and tn whom publicity is a healthy stimulus. Thc
editorial columns of ttie country
paper are the seat ot a power,
which their city contemporaries
sometimes envy. What the
editor of the country weekly may
say upun local matters is of
vastly greater relative importance 'than what tlte editor of the
big city daily may declare. Wc
have alwavs looked
upou a battle as half
won when the sympathies of
the country weeklies were enlisted
upou our' side. Doubtless the
eity papers exercise a strong influence in molding public opinion,
hut as a rule they du not reach
many people outside of the cities.
The' country people are thc best
rentiers of newspapers. Thc city
man gets his paper iu the morning, runs hurriedly through it, assimilates its contents in a general
way and then K-h-s to his business, with a hundred things to occupy bis mind. He looks over
bis "paper as he goes home from
work and while he is waiting to
begin liis evening relaxation
which soon diverts ids mind from
what he lias perused. On the
other hand the man in thc country reads his paper. Its arrival
is not an incident but an event,
it (fives him food for thought and
subjects of conversation. We he-
lieve iu the country paper as a
factor iu the development of tho
country. It is one ot thc most
powerful of all factors.
If you want to do something tor
your town boost it. It will pay
Vou and it will pay every other man
who owns a foot of property in thc
town.
The Herald stands for Cranhrook
and South Kast Kootenay all the
time. We believe in this district.
We bave been here nearly twelve
years and we expect to he many
years inure, and we will keep on doing all we ean to help the growth of
the town aud thc district.
The people of Cranbrook gave
Premier MeBride a nice reception on
Tuesday night, the kind ot a reception tliat was coming to the head of
the government in this province. That
is tlw way thc people ol Cranhrook
have. They know a good man when
tliey see him, and they are willing t<
pay tribute to his good qualities and
his work for the advancement of the
province.
The big fair this fall will he one ot
the best that ever was pulled off in
this district. H will pay everybody
to take an interest in this fair and
do all that they can to boost it.
The Herald ollice -did the biggest
month's work in -lune that it has
done since it was established. The
Herald is growing all the time and
Its hnsiness is increasing. Thanks,
gentlemen.
South Kast Kootenay is attracting
the attention of many people at this
time, The lands here are in demand
since it has heen demonstrated thai
fruit can be raised here as well as
any part of tho province.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
The uow water cart is now in commission anil doing good work on tlte
down town streets.
Patmore Bros., up-tit-dalc plumbers
ami heating engineers.
During the absence ol Mr. llcattic
Irom the city Mr. Atchison will be
in charge ol the store.
Tlie waiting rooms at tire CI'.It.
station have been painted aud much
Improved in consequence.
'I'he Moyie people are making every
arrangement to give their visitors today a royal time.
Fort Steele will give the people a
good time today. They always do
on occasions ot "this kind.
The work on Baker street is going
ahead much moro rapidly this week,
as additional teams have been put
on.
There nre many flogs running loose
around the town' without tugs, und
what is more, most ol them are ol
llie caytise order.
Mrs. McKay lelt last Saturday Ior
her home In Lethbridge alter several
weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs.
W. .1. Atchison.
Our customers' satislaction is our
best slock in trade.—Patmore Bros.
Thi' small Iruit- arc looking line
in this district. Never belore have
tbey lieen in such a line condition
this time ol the year. South East
Kootenay is surely a Iruit country,.
.1. Cook, ol Creston, was in the
city last Friday. Mr. Cook is one
ol the fruit growers In that section
and never tires ol telling about the
advantages ol that part ol thc world,
I'. Burns & Co. have Installed a
new boiler in their cold storage plant
as the one in use was not ol sufficient capacity. To get. in the boiler
it was necessary, to make a hole in
the brick wall in the rear end ot the
building,
He particular about your heating
system. We heat the homes ol particular people. Ours ls particular
work, and gives satislaction.—Patmore Bros.
SNAP—Two houses Ior sale, $121)11
for lbe two for quick sale; half cash.
10. II. Heed, Herald office.
A. C. Bowness visited Elko last
Friday.
John Hutchison came in with tlie
Boston llrand Opera company last
Thursday in the capacity ol press
agcnl aiid treasurer aud was as busy
us a bird flog looking alter tho interests ol thc company. "Hutch"
lias struck his proper element and
will make a success ol his new departure.
K. V. Elliott, ol Minneapolis, is in
lhe city looking over the land prospects of this district with a view to
interesting sonic capitalists ol the
Slates. Mr. Elliott is most tavor-
alilv impressed with thc prospects
ami thinks that South East Kootenay has a great future.
'i'he Irrigation Congress that is to
lie lield in Spokane August II to 11,
is one ol tlic most important meetings that has ever heen called in the
west. If reduced rates can be secured fium Ibis district thero will bo
quite a number Irom Cranhrook and
iiiljuiniiig towns attend.
Be sure and read thc combination
.ul. of Aikins and Binning. It is oue
uf llie best that ever appeared in the
Herald and thc boys can deliver the
goods. Binning is known as one ol
lhe best photographers that ever locals) in the west and tbe fame ot
Aikins' candy is known all over the
district. But be sure and read that
ml.    It will please you.
Steam and hot water heating systems scientifically proportioned and
installed. Your satisfaction is ours
also.—Patmore Bros.
.1. II. Ilynman, ol the telegraph ollice, w,ill keep the olhee open until
6.1.'i hereafter tor the convenience ol
Ihe public, and il that does not meet
tlic requirements he will do better.
Mr. Ilynman is anxious to please thc
patrons of his office and will leave
nothing undone to accomplish tills
point.
WANTED—Position as gardener or
work planting trees, by one who is a
professional gardner. Address S.N.,
care ol Herald. ll-tl
"The Heavenly Rest," is the name
ul the home occupied by Frank Dickinson, .lack Eagan aud Jack McTavish. These boys live like princes in
their homo and the bill of late will
put those oi the hotels to shame.
Dickinson is the ehct and the others
are tiie able assistants and the
meals that they prepare are simple
marvels.
PIANO FOR UENT-A Mendelssohn tipright; line tone; good condition; reasonable. Inquire at this
office. 11
Kor the past week the people ot
Crunbrook have been wondering about
wlint seemed to be a star on tho
summit ol Baker mountain. In reality it was the bottom ol a tin can
Ihat had been lelt there by a party
ul mountain climbers in a position
that the setting sun caught it just
right to relleet the rays and make an
attractive point on the mountain
top.
Deputy (lame Warden Bates has
made a trip over his territory in tbis
ilistriet during thc past week and
says that thc Indians are complying
with thc requirements ot the law and
thai the farmers say tbat ther- is
verv little shooting over the country! Mr. Bates is devoting his time
to thc discharge of his duties and as
a result thc game law is being
strictly enforced.
FOR SALE-MAN OR WOMAN-
My South African Veteran Bounty
Liiiid Certificate, issued by tho Department ol tbe Interior, Ottawa;
good ftir 320 acres ol any Dominion
laiul open lor entry in Alberta,
Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Any
person over thc age ol 18 years, mau
or woman, can acquire this land with
this Certificate. For immediate sale
•KiHi.lio. Write or wire. L. E.
Telford, 131 Shunter Street, Toronto, Ontario. 15-tt
DRY CORDWOOD FOR SALE-
Ready cut, stove lengths, in the
bush. Cash. Apply Herald ollice. 14-lt*
There was a great game ot ball last
Sunday between the boarders ot tbe
Wentworth and the boarders ot thc
Itoyal hotel. The boys played nine
innings, which is really too much tor
a bunch of amateurs, and up to tbe
seventh inning It was a great game.
In the last two innings the boys ol
the Royal got things going their own
way and thc score resulted seven to
two. It was a nice clean game,
there was no trouble and no loud
words, and thc large crowd gathered
to witness the game thoroughly enjoyed it.
FOR SALE—Span ol horses,
weight 1300; well matched, good
work team; price "MO, Including harness. Address E. C. Smith, Wyciillc, B. C. 10-U
the    people ol   Cranbrook that   ths
It wus quite a disappointment to
Chicago newspaper men who wore
touring tlic country under the guidance ul .1. S. Dennis, ol tlie C.P.R,
lului department, did not come to
Cranhrook but turned back on their
nip down tlie Kootenay valley. They
missed a good deal In not seeing
I 'ranhrook nnd Mr. Dennis made a big
mistake In not. bringing tbem through
the valley to this point,
SNAP-Two houses lor sale, 11200
fur the two for quick sale; halt cash.
I'.. II. Reed, Herald office.
IMPORTANT NOTICE—Write thc
Ledue Produce Co, tor prices on
creamery and dairy butter; also Ircsh
eggs. Proprietors ol Lakeside
Creamery, Ledue, Alta. 13-4t
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THE   EVENT OF   THE SEASON.
Tlie girls ol St. Mary's church take
pleasure in announcing a lawn social
tn he given on the church grounds on
tlic evening ot Thursday, Julv the
l!Hh. The city band will be in attendance and apart trom all the usual
attraction ol lawn socials, several
new features will be Introduced which
promise to make tlte affair the event
ol thc season. Full particulars will
be announced at a later date.
HILL & COMPANY
SUMMER   WEAR
Wo liuvo just received u consignment nf PRINCESS DRESSES in nil the Intent similes, at
prices ranging frum $7,00 TO S14.50. 'I'liit* is n particularly nulty line which you sltoulil Bee.
A full assortment of FANCY ROCHINGSj ulso the Latest and Nuttiest Designs in HAIR BARRETTES.
We have u quantity of SCOTCH ZEPHYR, Regular Soots, per yard. Now 22-' CTS. I"'" yard.
To clour out our SHIRT WAIST SUITS, we ure offering the regular SN.fiO Suit for $4.25
       19.76    „      ,.   $4.75
Ladies' Vests, regular 15 cents, now 3 f°r 25 cents.
KOR  THIS  WEEK  ONLY we are offering a line of FINE  MULL AND PERSIAN LAWN
BLOUSES, regular prices of which were $5.75 to $8.00       -       -       FOR S3.00
Also 5 doz. pair LADIES  FINEST  LISLE HOSE, regular $1.40 FOR 75 CENTS
"QJJALITY"
QUALITY"
What makes merchants mad is that
shoppers always crowd in on tlie
busy days.
It has been a recognized
fact that HILL & CO.
have been the leaders in
clothing;—the
20TH   CENTURY
BRAND
This has no equal in the
West. We are giving Bargains in this line, and you
can save money if you see us
&<fo
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
CREATEST STORE
mini
PABST BEER
THE FINEST IN THE WORLD
Keeommeuded by the best
medical authorities.
SOLE AGENT
A. L McDERMOT
Wholesale Wine Merchant
PHONE 17 PHONE 17
P. WOODS ts CO.
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IJ DEALERS IN
ii FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND FISH
HAY AND GRAIN
No lamlly order too small and no wholesale order too big to receive
prompt and caratul attention.
PHONE   NO.   It
O.   BOX   IS4
:   Armstrong Ave. r
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Warm Weather
iiiuki's eooklng tiienome, avoid it liy
using
LF.ARD'S REAL OHICKKN IN
TINS         	
45c.
1-eiird'n Chieken has no equal
in
quality
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S
POTTED MEATS, GAME OH
PASTES, per jar	
26c
Mcl.AREN'S       IMPERIAL
CHEESE in jars	
:i5e
G.T.R. ICED TEA
MONT8ERRAT LIME JUICE
G. T. ROGERS
THE   GROCER
CRANBROOK,      •      -      B.C.
Preserving Season
e would ask you to lnave your order*
now  for ttie early fruits for
preserving--particularly
STRAWBERRIES.
We     are    buying    again
thiB year from Mr. Wlgen
Wlgen Berries are the very best aa you
know, and tlie demand may exceed the
supply
To be well dressed
you must lie well shod.
Wo have tlm stylos ami we guurantee
the quality.
LADIES'  PALE    I1LUE  AND
PINK POPLIN OXFORDS pr. *3.00
LADIES' WHITE AND QREY
POPLIN PUMPS            3.00
LADIES' BLUE UREY POPLIN
PUMPS         3.7S
LADIES' TAN OXFORDS AND
PUMPS ;    11.76  2.76
LADIES'    WHITE     CANVAS
OXFORDS 11.60   »2.60  2.76
All sines in Children's and Mis.es white
canvas Slippers and Oxfords.
Boy's and Mens' Running Shoes and
Lacrosse Shoes. THJC   CHASBROOK  HJCHALJJ
RS. AIKENS, the candy kid
that  his  Baby will   be  Photographed
by     no     other      Photographer     but
BINNING
and  Binning  says:
that   his   Baby   will   eat    no   other
persons'   Ice   Cream    and   Candy  but
r. s. AIKENS
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
1 luorfniriitfil   IHfiU
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec
CAPITAL PAID UP - - $ 4,700,000
RESERVE .... 5,400,000
TOTAL ASSETS   -     -      -     55,000,000
II. L. HOLT, President
E. L. PEASE, Ocneral Manager
Accounts of Finns. Corporations and Individuals
solicited.
Out-of-town business receives every attention.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Deposits o£$1.00 and
upwards received and interest ullowod at current rate.
Nn formality or delay in withdrawing.
A General Banking business truustu'tod.
Cranbrook Branch: W. A. SCHWARTZ, Mgr.
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AVOID ALL WORRY
and
buy the Wedding
Present at
1"",NE'6    lllTV STORE
THE QUAUTY s»- ^
G*U Standard Manufacturing: Co.'s
TEA, COFFEE, JELLY and BAKING POWDERS
Peace and Happiness will reign supreme in the family
if you follow our advice and use only ANCHOR BRAND
FLOUR.    Phone for a sample 3 lb. bag Free.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Read The Herald
Only $2.oo a Year
AH the News all the time
McGALLUM & CO.
THE HARDWARE MEN
The man who cannot prove to
Itlniselt timt he is a good fellow has
little Imagination.
When two or three girls on tho
street pass a man tliey usually speak
to om uatkn.
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY BV
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Frank Dickinson visited Creston
last Sunday.
Where ean you find a hetter climate
than right here in Cranbrook?
D. J. Elmer made a business trip
to Spokane last week.
.I.K.M. Pinkham, ot the Imperial
bank, visited Spokane last week.
Dr. Corsan, of Fernie, was in the
eity last Sunday between trains.
A. G. Wilmot, of the East Kootenay Lumber company at Jaflray,
spent Sunday with Cranbrook friends.
William Kydd has sold out Ms interests in his hotel iu Moyie and returned to Cranbrook.
Louis Cheitier, of Wardner, one ot
tin- old-timers in the district, was in
Cranbrook this week.
Word has been received that Mrs.
S. McLean Is Improving in health
since she went to Kamloops.
A. J. Hirteh, accompanied by his
son and daughter, are registered at
tlte Cranbrook,
Ira Manning, ol the lirm of Campbell & Manning, made a business trip
to Creston this week.
The electric liglit company will extend their line to the far end of
Cranbrook avenue.
Constable Walsh was in town last
Saturday. He reports everything at
Fort Steele as going along nicely.
Fred Small, of Kingsgate, spent
Sunday in town with relatives and
friends.
W. D. Hill left last Sunday for a
trip to the coast and a visit with
his family.
F. C. Edwards, of the Bank ot
Commerce, left last Sunday tor a
visit to thc coast cities and the
Seattle exposition.
The C.P.R. garden Is looking better
than ever this year. The trees show
a magnificent growth and the lawn is
beautiful in the extreme.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Henderson and
Mrs. M. A. .lohnson were in the
city last Friday on their way home
from a trip to the west.
Government Agent Armstrong returned last Saturday trom Ms trip
to the coast, where he went on ollicial business.
Arthur Sampson, chief of the provincial police ot the district, waa in
the city last Saturday on business
connected with his office.
Mrs. William Rollins arrived last
Saturday from Lucan, Ont., and will
spend several months with her sons,
Victor and William Rollins.
Messrs. Pidgeon and Anderson, of
the Perry Creek hotel, were in town
last Monday. Both ot the boys are
looking well.
P. Doran leaves next week tor Montreal to meet his wife, who has been
visiting in Ireland the past few
months.
I'he King Lumber mills have Installed' a new boiler at their sash
and door factory to increase their
capacity.
The timo when the buflalocs will
arrive from Montana Is still uncertain, although tliey are expected
about tkt taft ot the montb.
"Fonsic" Farrell has returned from
West Kootenay, where he has been
keeping time on a steam shovel and
will be occupied in the future ou various points on the Crow.
Miss May Ryder, who has been visiting Mrs. J. Scott Wallace for the
past few weeks, left this week to join
Iter uncle, J. It. Toombs, at Salmon
Arm, B. 0.
R. E. Beattlo made a business trip
this week to Lethbridge and Calgary.
I During his absence W. J. Atchison
came in from the ranch and took
charge of the store.
Mrs. H. Robichaud and son returned last Friday from the east, and
Mr. Robichaud arrived from Crows
Nest on Sunday. They are stopping
at the Royal.
James McKce, the baby elephant of
the bridge and building department
of the C.P.R., was In town last
Thursday and Friday meeting bis
many friends.
The work of Improving the main
street is going on in a most satisfactory manner and when it is completed Baker street will be a thing of
beauty and a joy forever.
M. A. Beale has returned from his
trip to Minneapolis and other cities
In the States and says that British
Columbia has a great reputation In
that part of the country.
There will be a meeting of the
Farmers' Institute at the Government building next Friday night. All
members are requested to be present.
J. A. Harvey and wife left last
Thursday for Vancouver, where they
will make their permanent home.
The children arc still here and Mrs.
Harvey will return and close up the
Cranhrook home In a few weeks.
Howling has become quite a favorite sport this season and the new
club just organized has a large member-hip. It is a pretty sport and
those who engage In it seem to
thoroughly enjoy It.
K. II. Small, nt the Cosmopolitan
hotel, has added two bald-headed
eagles to his collection that were
mounted hy Garrett, the taxidermist,
Hint are beauties and are attracting
a lot of attention.
.1. E. Steele recently arrived trom
Winnipeg and has accepted a position
n the law office of W. F. Gurd as
stenographer and bookkeeper. Mr.
Steele is a gentleman who makes
Iriends readily and is a valuable acquisition to Mr. Gurd's staff.
Neil McLeod Curran, of the North
Star mine, was in town this week to
meet his daughter Agnes, who has
lieen in school in Toronto tor the
past two vears. Miss Agnes has
won two prizes since she has been in
school and has made a most excellent
record tor herself.
Thc baseball enthusiasts are trying
to raise enough money, to have the
lower grounds plowed up and rolled
so as to give the players first-class
grounds. This would do it and the
people should do all that they can
to help along the good work.
F. J. Smyth, editor of the Moyie
Leader, was In town Monday boosting for the Moyie celebration. Mr.
Smyth is always a booster for his
town and thc people ot tbat place
should appreciate the efforts that he
puts forth in their behalf.
SNAP-Two houses for sale. S121HI
for the two for quick sale; halt cash.
B. II. need, HeraM oBce.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
UUD OFFICE, TORONTO
estahusueo iser
b. i. wamzk, pre-idtM Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
AiExiHDEB laird,c-nerai Kiu-tr  Reserve Fund, -  6,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
COUNTRY BUSINESS^t^t^rr^
banking business.    Sale* notes will be cashed or taken for collection.
RANKING RY MAM Accounts may be opened by mail and
onrtninu DI I1I/*.il monj„ deposited or withdrawa to this
way with equal facility. Ut
R. T.-Brymner, Hanager Cranbrook Branch
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J. M. AGNEW & CO., ELKO, B.C. f
Irrigation Pipe
We are Agent* for the WatUburg Lumber Co., for their Wood
Pipe.   Call or write for pricei.
Implements. Carriage,Wagons, Harness  £
A full line always in Block. ^^^
Hblv 8Li\d Feed
We have just unloaded a mixed car of Gain, Feed, Wheat,
Chop, Bran, and Shorts.
Horses
One heavy work team for sale at a reasonable price.
We Perry Creek Hotel
The place to spend   a   happy day or week.
Fishing and Shooting in season.
The best of everything on the table at ull times.
Pidgeon & Anderson, Proprietors.
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When   Bargain   Hunting:
or requiring a reliable
Repair Shop—try
THE RAWORTH BROS.
C. I'. It. Wutili IiiH|.<-.-turn GKANI1KOUK, ll.C.
We are experts in Optics
KMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM THE  OBANBROOK   UJfiBALU
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THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
CALGARY, ALBERTA
If you stop here once
you will look tor
thc 'bus when you
visit Calgary again.
H. L. STEPHENS,
Proprietor
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anything, uit tumuli shu admits
she may have hud escapades that
have slipped her memory. The
trouble seems to hv thai Katharine
was dazzled hy her elevation. To lw
removed suddenly from the affiliations Incident to a circus tent    into
HH-irs^Qsasia^SfifiBfflfififflffififiiaHBBi
Canadian Hotel
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*gj brook.   Warm rooms, good meals
g and n bar stocked with the best
|Joseph Brault, Proprietors
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New ami Strictly first-Clnss
Amnricnn I'l.in. 12.50 pur day up
Telephone 2086
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
('has. Hartnev, Proprietor.
Cur. Srytui
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ml Cordova Sts.
'. It. Stat ion
Vancouver, B. C.
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Now iM.'iii.'tm'iiiuiit
Improved in Every Way
Koliltnl
QUEENS HOTEL
Cranbrook,   B.  C.
JACK M.ilniNM.Ii AMI OUST. ANUEKN, PROPWETOH8
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Manitoba Hotel
.1. BROWN, PROPRIETOR.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
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300 Acres of Fruit Land
Half-mile from Cranbrook
Big Bargain.
Reasonable Terms
Address—M. Frost, Cranbrook, B. C.
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♦ CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
X Bbr to annomicG that tlmy nro now open to give estimates
J for Contracts, large or small.   All our quotations are reason-
X iililo, nml nothing littt lirst-class work.    Let us quote you
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CRANBROOK EMPLOYMENT ACENCY
Men employed Ior itli kiml* ol ' '
work.   Wosolicitcorrespondence
j wiili  mill  operators ntul other
, otherIntlttBtrlos.
RESIDENCE RHONE NO. tl
OFFICE PHONE NO. S3.
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TAKE THAT
BACK
But (0 to the right
place where everything     Is    modern.
:: bullock & webster:
The Popular Barber Shop
Olien on HiimiiivH for MhIIih mill
Hhiiie. Iriim  10 to I nVloi'k a in.
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thut her laughter, sunnhine iu her words,
uiul sunshine in her warm handclasp.
sin- is, moreover, u nimlrst u,irl.
Modest iu her dress, speech nnd be-
liavior. She knows the difference between true modesty attd prudisbness,
.mil in cultivating the une does   not
pleased, and possibly, ii slir had cut
out tlir f-in fizzes she might Irave continued on her career lor a good whllo
to come. I.ifr among tho Four
llninlmi In nut iill skittles nml beer.
It has its trials nml tribulations,
anil even the possession of unlimited
sums ol moiiry oltt'llt inn's brings
more sorrow tban joy, Tlic court
gratl'tffl Mrs. Gould a separation ami
alimony amounting to Jioo a day.
Tbi' charge ol drutiKoiutess nml suspicions ai'tiuiis wiili men obiter than
net biisbaiul wero not siistuiiiifl by
tin. court. Lots of people could
have a beck nf a time on Sinn a day.
Tho Star says that the Eastern
Townships bank will open a branch in
Princeton in a tew days.
The'government will build a bridge
at  Ashiinla.
It is now stated that the iron
horse will puff in Princeton by tbe
middle of October. lt will reach
L-lcdley by the end ol August.
Hill Jenkins, better known as
Cual Oil .lohniiic, died this spring in
the Yukon.
A Board ol Trade ls to lie organized at Naknsp. That town wus the
original homo ol the Greenwood
Lodge; 	
The Boundary Kails smelter expects to run its lurnaces with 11ns-
mer coke.
Several nl the high-grade properties
 ir Greenwood    are working    this
summer.
A lnrcc ol men arc at work ia the
Providence mine near Greenwood,
In the Slocan recently Wgh water
washed away a vast number ot logs
belonging to the Patrick Lumber
company.
The Prince Rupert Empire prints
n handsome picture ol ten out ot tbe
seventeen elder ioints in which hooze
is sold in Prince Ruoert.
The Endcrby Press says that Paddy
Murphy is all smiles these days because 'he is getting tbe big end ol
'711.1100 Irom the sale ol the Winslow
in the l.ardeau.
C. A. Stocss has moved Irom
Keremeos to Kelowna, where tor
several years be will lw resident engineer tor tbe Beige-Canadian Kruit
Lands company.
The Presbvtcrians in Kelowna propose building a (23,000 church.
A short time ago tbe Trail smelter
sent $55,tHX> worth ol silver to
China.
Thc Creston berry crop promises to
In' a crnckcrjack this year and that
lown will soon be lull ol strawberry
kings.
Northern British Columbia is get-
ling a lot ot tree advertising tbese
days and is entitled to it.
■lohn Houston has become the
newspaper king ol Prince Rupert.
Two vcars ago he was setting type
III Nebraska.
W. W. Tuttle, formerly mayor ol
Fernie, Is growing rich selling Iruit
lands near Spokane.
Editor Atherton, ot the Creston
Review, has taken a tall out ol some
ol the Methodists In Mb town and tbe
fur is flying.
Potatoes are ten cents per pound in
Dawson and eggs tilt to $26 a case.
It is cheaper to live oa porter house
steaks in Cranbrook.
Thero is a magnificent lot ol scenery lit the Kootenays that will prove
a hig asset in years to come. The
Switzerland scenery is worth millions
lo her people.
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ARE YOU SATISFIED?
If your income is not all Uiat you
could desire, It will interest you to
know that you can increase lt.
Would you consider an Interest In a
succcsstul company?
Write Ior our booklet and wc will
show you the chance you are looking
for.
Pincher Creek Oil Co., Ltd.
Drawer 743,
l-Vlt Pincher Creek, Alta.
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MRS. KATHERINE GOULD.
When Howard Gould married the
beautiful Kathcrlne Clemmons,
everybody applauded him, holding
that it was a case ot love at first
sight. Kathcrlne was a protege ol
lluflalo Bill's. Bill declares that ge
spent $110,000 trying to make an actress out of her, and Just when she
was likely to make some return tor
tbe liberal advertising he gave her,
she married Gould. Howard had
precedent lor his action, for tbe
choice which George made ol Edith
Kingdom was peculiarly fortunate.
They have led an ideal life. Kattierine
assayed to become a feature in New
York society. If money is the sole
criterion ol happiness, she certainly
ought to have been In a state ot supreme felicity. It was a common
occurrence tor her to go down town
and buy $1,000 worth of stockings In
a forenoon, with (1,900 worth of
shoes. Little Items like a diamond
bracelet for $«.0fl0, a pearl necklace
lor $311,000 went without saying,
and Howard paid the hills. He alleges that ho cared little for this,
hut that Kathcrlne conceived a fondness lor bourbon cocktails, gin fizzes,
uiih a ricky thrown In lor good
measure. As for champagne there
was nn limit to it. When Howard
protested against tbis and suggested
that Kathcrlne should sign the
pledge, she flouted ttie Mea with
scorn and made it so hot lor Gould
that be put his clothes In another
trunk. He gave her 123.000 a year
to live upon, judging this sufficient
to keep the lair lady tn bread and
meat, but she avers that this Is a
mere figment; that her position In
society requires at least $190,000 a
year. Why, a morning gown such aa
she considers decent enough to wear,
costs ber $500. When the trial came
on, Howard showed^tbat her vigorous statement on thestand that she
was accustomed to tills luxury was
not true, lor he showed a nhoto-
granh wherein she was mounted on a
white horse and formed one of the
attractions hi a wild west show,
nrnhahlv the original "Falling
Water." or the "Brilliant Rider of
the Burking Broncho." The non-
-Jintnnt way in which Kattierine cast
her thousands about seems to have
excited the ire 61 the Judge, lor several tlnics he criticised her sharnlv.
Kntbeilne, however, has convenient
lapses ot memory and doesn't recall nl things in general.
the charmed circle "f tho Four I-luutl- lune us with the other.
nil turned her bead, and sbe plunged Tbis maiden we all adore is u kimi-
into her new life with nl! the zest ol hearted girl. She has learned to re-
circus rider bounding through a spec! the feelings of others and never
hoop of Halite. To be sure, when sbe allows herself to indulge in unkind reconsidered tbat uld .lay Gould stole | marks, even for tho entertainment ot
bis millions in the first place, she friends. Gossip she abhors, and
may have fancied that she had a would rather cut oD her right hand
right to   dispose    ol   Uiem as she t bun originate ur repeat anything in-
Rambling Reveries
BY A DKEAMEU
See if it is not ttuo that yum1 wife
is working moro hours tliun you do.
Ono of tlio gravest broaches ot decorum is the exposure of the faults of
husband or wife hy thu one who
should shield thorn.
Look cheerful. Put on that neatly
patched dress, meot -lohn with a
smile, kiss him when he comes home
and watch how soon he will prefer
home to the down town store.
Should a man speak to a neighbor in the stentorian tones he often
uses to his children, a knock-down
would ensue. A courteous tone to
a child is as essential as a courteous
tone to a neighbor.
Where is home? In a mans ou
with spacious courts, loftv halls, and
treasures of art, in yonder house,
in country lane shaded by the tree?
In unpretentious peasant hamlet with
thatched roof and lime-washed wall
Home is where mother lives. And
whether you be prince or peasant,
one of the sweetest spots on earth is
the abode of your mother.
Open your blinds by day and light
bright fires liy night. Illuminate
your rooms. Hang pictures upon
your walls. Put books and newspapers upon your tables. Have
music ami entertaining games. Banish demons of dullness and apathy,
and bring in m rth and good cheer.
Invent occupations for your sons.
Stimulate their ainbotions in worthy
directions. While vou make home
tiieir delight, fill them with higher
purposes than mere pleasure. Whether
they shall pass boyhood and enter
upon manhood with refined tastes and
noble ambitions depends on vou.
With exertion and right means' a
mother may have more influence over
destiny of her boys than any other
influence whatever.
In lhe cities girls are beginning to
take the place of boys in offices, and
the reason assigned for the change is
one that boys would do well to consider. The old-fashioned office boy,
who swears, smokes cigarettes and is
impertinent usually, and reads dime
novels in a corner, or loafs when he
Is sent on an important errand, is
fast disappearing, ami it is predicted
that in the course of time the office
girl will have entirely taken his
place. No one wants an impertinent,
swaggering, cigarette smoking boy
about an office, or as a clerk, bookkeeper or stenographer. Girls do
uot acquire these detestable habits,
ami are, therefore, getting the plazes.
Marriage is not necessarily a blessing. It may be the bitterest curse,
lt may sting like an adder and bite
like a serpent. Its bower is as often made or thorns as of roses. .It
blasts as many sunny expectations
as it realizes. Kvery improper
marriage is a living misery, an undying death. An illy-mated human
pair is thc most woeful picture of
human wretchedness that is presented In the book ot lite; and yet such
pictures arc plenty. But a proper
marriage, a true interior, snul-linked
union is n living picture of blessedness, unrivaled in beauty. A true
marriage is the soul's 'Eden. It is
the visiting place of ungels. It is
not given to words to express the
refinement of pleasure, the delicacy
of joy and the aboniiiling fullness of
satisfaction that those feed whom
Ood hath joined in a high marriage
of spirit. Such a union is tlie highest school of virtue, the soul's convent, where the vestal fires of purity
are kept ront inanity burning. May
only such happy unions attend the
young men and maidens of onr vicinity who may even now be planning
their wedding' garments.
Kverv woman ean nnd should keep
her IjhIvIuhkI with her always—wherever she is, whatever she does, It
matters not. Some women seem to
do tlie most menial house service
gracefully. Tbey most surelv are
ladles In every sense ot thnt blessed
word. She' who dignifies herself,
dignifies her work, nnd vice versa. Tn
the kitchen, ns in the parlor, her
manner and conversation should be
lie same. A true lndv is ns much a
hntv washing her dinner dishes, pre-
pnHna lho vegetables tor dinner,
cleaning lamps nnd scrubbing floors,
as when she is bending over her em-
broldcrv frame or easel in the pleasant sitting room. If she is so un-
fortunnte as to possess n servant she
will use refined language and as
gentle a voire in speaking to her as
she uses in her reception room entertaining thc most cultured among
her friends.
jurlous tti the fair name ot some
other    girl. She     believes  that
"Woman in ber deepest degradation
holds something sacred, something
undented, some pledge aud keepsake
of her higher nature."
The girl we like is an honest girl.
Honest in her opinions and her professions; not given to lliitterv nor resorting to deception. She is n girl
with stability ot character, nowr
Sacrificing principle tor popularity.
She knows the boundary line hetwern
1 and sinful amusements ami
firmlj slays ou the right side.
Vln-ic is no Jollier, happier, more
lirdepcndcnl being in the world than
lhe girl we all like.
CRANUKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTUKUN  DIVISION.
Take notice thut we, Irving Ilew-
id (.'ameum Willson, James Martin, Robert Stanley Chapman, of Craubrook, ll. C, occupations, Agent and Bookkeepers, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains cast ot the south-west corner
of Lot 11422, theuce eust till chains,
tbence south t>5 chains, thence west
2U chains, tbence uoith 2U chains,
thence west nu chnins, theuce north
l.'i chains to place ut commencement-,
containing -iimi acres.
Irving Howard Cameron Willson
.lames Martin
Robert Stanley Chapman,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert
Stark, of Victoria, B. C, Artist, intend to upply to the Hon. thc Commissioner of Lauds, for permission to
purchase the following land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. K. corner uf Lot 0257, thenco
Hi chains west, thence south 8U
chains, theuce east 4u chains, tlience
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 160 acres,
mure or less.
Robt. Stark.
George Lloyu, Agent.
Dated May 31st, 1900. 12-9t
NOTICE.
We, the Rubinsun-McKcnzic Lumber
Co., Ltd., intend to apply fur permission to purchase live acres oi laud,
more ur less, bounded as follows:
Commencing at a post set at the
northwest corner uf Lot 3558, thence
north about 2j chains to the southwest corner ot Lot 35, theuce easterly along thc south boundary of said
Lot 35 to the point where the convergence meets the northeast corner
of Lot 3558, theuce west along the
north boundary of said Lot 3558, tu
thc place uf commencement,
Robinsou-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
J. W. Robinson, President.
Dated June 12th, 1000. 13-01
Robert Stanley Chapman
Dated April 15, 1000.
Agent.
7-0t
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Oeorgc
Hungerford, of Cranbrook, B. ('.,
occuputiou, Timber Cruiser, intend tu
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lauds, situated in
Cranbruok Land District, District of
South Kast Kootenay :
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner ot Lot No. 2311,
thence south forty chains, thence east
thirteen point nine chains, thence
north eleven point sixty-three cbains,
thence east six point ninety-one
chains, thence north forty chains,
thenee west six point ninety-one
chains, thence south eleven point sixty-three chains, thence west thirteen
point nine ehains to the point ot
commencement, containing eighty
acres, more or less.
Oeorgc Hungerford, Locator.
Staked this third day ol June,
1000. n-ot
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
tbat thirty duys utter date 1 intend
lo apply tu lhu Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a license to
prospect lor cual aud petruieum over
the following lauds, situate iu Block
1503, District ot Soulh Eust Kootenay, British Columbia:
Commencing ut a post planted
ubout half mile north of tho S. W.
corner post of Lot 7814, Oroup 1,
uud being the N. E. corner post of
L. L. Langlcy's claim, theuce south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
llience north 80 chains, thence east
80 chaius to point uf commencement,
containing UIU acres, more or less.
Lemuel L. Laugley, Locator.
Located this 17th day of May,
1009. 10-6t*
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I, James
Horace King, ol Cranhrook, B. C,
occupation, Physician, intend tti apply for permission to purchanso the
following land, situated in Cranbrook Land District, District ot
South Kast, Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted forty (10) chains north of the southwest corner ot Lot 6230, thence north
eighty (80) ehains, thenco west
forty (10) chains, thence south
eighty (80) chains, thence east forty
(Hi) chaius tn the plaee ot commencement, containing three hundred aud
twenty (320) acres, more or less,
James Horace King, Locator
Oeorgc Hungerford, Agent.
Staked this thirteenth day ol May,
1909. 0-flt'
THK OTRL WE LIKE.
First and foremost she is nn unselfish girl. She has learned that there
are other pennle in the world with
rights as vivid ns her own. She has (I)
learned, furthermore, that these
people have a claim upon her time
and tnlents, and that she owes even
the most uninteresting ot them a
debt of love and kindly service.
In the second place, she is a "sun-
shinv" girl.      Frowns and snlklness The
find'no abiding place with this cheery
maiden.    Site always looks on   life's '
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN
Dial 1, Maurice Quain, of Cranbrook,
B. C, Electrician, sixty days after
date intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Worss,
Victoria, B. C. for permission tu
purchase the following described land.
Commencing at a post planted on
the south side of the Upper Movie
wagun road, about 20 chaius west
[rom the bridge crossing Nigger
Creek on said wagon road, thence
running 20 chains north, thenee lo
chaius east, thence 20 chains soutn,
thence Hi chains west to the point of
commencement, containing 80 acres,
mure ur less.
Maurice (juain.
Dated May 26th, 1909. ll-itt
OKANDUOOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTENAY
SOUTHKRN DIVISION.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur K.
Hale, of New Westminster, B. C,
occupation, Miner, intends to apply
for permission tu purchase the lollowing described lands, viz.: Au island in the Kootenay River, about
._ miles above the mouth ol the
SKOukumchuck Creek:
Commencing at a post planted ou
thu west side of the Kootenay River,
tlience lorty (40) chains south,
tbence twenty (20) chains cast lo
tlic Kootenay river, theuce forty (10j
eliains norlh, thenco twenty \.io)
chains west to the place of commencement.
Arthur E. Hale, Locator,
William Johu Moore, Agent.
Dated May 0th, 1000. 8-0t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Edward
Carey McKinstry, occupation, Liveryman, intend to apply tor permission
to purchase the following land, situate in thc Cranbrook Land District of
South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains distant and in .a southerly
direction from the northeast comer
post of Lot 7800, thenee running
north 8-0 chains, thence east 20
chains, thenee south 80 chains,
thence west 20 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 100 acres,
more or less.
Kdward Carey McKinstry.
Staked this 8th day ot June,
1900. 14-9t
WATER NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that an application will be made
under Part V, of the "Water Act,
1000," tu obtain a license in the
Cranbrook Water District,
The name, address and occupation of the applicant:
V. Hyde Baker (Agent tor the
applicant the estate ot James
Baker, deceased), Cranbrook,
II. C., real estate agent.
The name of the lake, stream or
source: Is two springs situate on
lots 08 und 101, lieing subdivisions of Lot 30, Oroup 1,
Kooteuuy District.
The point ot diversion is at
the snld springs, the same being
connected.
The quantity of water applied
fur is ono cubic toot per second.
The character of thc proposed
works: Ditches ami flumes to
carry water over lands hereinafter described.
The premises on which the water
is to be used are: Lots 08, 101,
112, 07, 102, 111, mt, 103 and
110, being sub-divisions ot Lot
30, Oroup 1, Kootenay District
The purposes for which the
water is to be used is for Irrigation of said lands.
The lands intended to he Irrigated are the lots hereinbefore described, each containing
or 15 aeres in all.
Area of Crown Land intended to
CERTIFICATE      OK      IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
TARRANT MINERAL CLAIM,
S1TUARE IN THK KORT
STEELE M1NINO DIVISION
OK KAST KOOTENAY DIS
TR1CT.
WHERE
LOCATED-ON
CREEK.
LUKK
TAKE NOTICE that I, William
Tarrant, Kree Miners Certificate
N umber DtiOOO, intend, sixty duys
from the date hereof, to apply to tne
Mining Recorder for a Certificate oi
Improvements, fur the purpose uf
obtaining a Crown Orant ut the
above claim.
AND FURT-HER TAKE   NOTICE
that action, under Section 37,   must
be commenced   before the issuance of
such Certificate of Improvements.
William Tarrant.
Dated at Crauhrouk this 27th day
ut May, 1000. 10-0t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Malcolm
Coleleugh ldiugton, of Craubrook, B.
C, Bank Clerk, hereby apply tor permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-cast corner ot Lot 6318,
theuce west 20 chaius, thence north
20 eliains, thence west 20 chains,
tlience north forty chains, thence
cast 20 ehuins, tlience south 20
chains, thence cast 20 chains, thence
south 40 chaius, to the plaee of commencement, containing in all 100
acres, more or less.
Malcolm Coleleugh Idington,
Dated May 17th, 1000. 13-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Herbert
Howard McClurc, of Cranbrook,
B. CL- occupation, Rancher, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated in
Cranbrook District, District of Suuth
Kast Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to and in a westerly direction
from the northwest corner of Lot
7317, theuce south 40 eliains, thence
west 10 chains, thence north lit
chains, thenee enst 40 ehuins to the
puint of commencement, contuiuiug
loo acres, mure or less.
Herbert Howard McClurc.
Staked litis 23rd duy of April, A.D
1000. fl-ot
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKE   NOTICE    that    I,   Peler
Stewart Idington,    of Cranbrook, U.
C,    Cashier,   hereby apply lor per-
acres 'mission to    purchase   the  following
j described land:
...... ■...■•■„,■ nam. ■■■■-vmJed to    Commencing    at  a   post   planted
heoecunied    by   the    proposed about-.«ito garter «! » ""■*«$ °f
works- None -1 Benedict's Siding, on tho Crows Nest
This notice 'was posted cm  the |?«SJR^ifi^^fiL.^-S^tf^JESS"
36th darol .lune 'lSoT'and a\>- ^ K»-lway   Company's right-of-way,
pllcaffi wil I'nade to    S» «f«" »»* ?» <*•*". «■*;« .«*»*
Commission    on   Monday,   the M  cMm.   thence _ south 20 chains,
Commissioner   on Monday,   the t™| c&si ™_
P.m. I j
chains, thenee   south
40   chains,    thence cast    20 chains,
The "names and addresses ot any'*"*'1™ noj.th «» chains, more or less,
riparian        proprietors or to   Canadian Pacific    Railway Corn-
licensees    who      or       whose pmy's right-of-way,   thence west 60
lands    nre llkelv t-o be affected d-alnH, more or less, to the placeJI
by   the   proposed works, either commencement, containing in all 250
above or below the outlet    aro acres, more or less.
Cranbrook Park, Limited. I   .,.*-_ pe,ter ,b*"'art Wto-V?n-I,(«
James    Baker    Estate, hy V. I   Dated May 11, 1000. 11-lOt
Hvde Baker, Agent, Cranbrook,'	
B.C,
brightest side, taking a cheerful view Harvev', ' McCarter   k    MaodonaM,     Tho church that wins Is the church
Sflnsliifii' iff
Solicitors for applicant.    lMt that goes instead ol sending.
THE HUME
Nelson's Lea-Jin-*; Hotel
Rooms will) Baths.   '
everv room
Burlier Bltopolt tlte prenfihes.
Thoroughly np-lo-ilate.
Rates, $2 00 a day and up.
UEO. P. WKI.I.S, I'loprlflor
B. TOM KIX, Miinngei
HENRYS'
CAR0EN  TOOLS
SPRAVINC  MATERIALS
BEE   SUPPLIES
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
TREES
17fil,i!>r,'Ciiti!l"iiii"Kr..i
W. J. HENRY,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NURSERIES
A Bargain for Quick Sale
ol Fruit Land.
lltunted botw I'nr-oii iiii.I Kiiij'Hfrnl,,
108 Acres of Rood Iruit Land
Alrenily
nl: i
> ,,
fiultli.'
All
100 Fruit TrcH
to iilaill tlilssprl
uiul honor lie
mile, frnm I'm*.
KillliMull't'.    It,III
tlm Mil, In II]VCTI
S|i<ikniii<  Intoritatlot-nl   Ititilwn
giiml 11 ittiini I.i.ii.l.
Government toatn mini frolnjr H'rottuli
the Vnllo,« till. Hiirlni;.    aom-r tilii-
limil clenml,n.t ut Inn.l eiiey iiii't-iir.
Beautiful rich .nil.
The irestett simp ever ottered
In Frull lend
Price  per Acre $50 00
No Sub-divide ,5,400.00 spot csnh, Inr
particulars apply Dei 111. Crenbrw.k, B.C.
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--"STEWART'S":
The hi'iiillni! Fruit Hlor,.
FI1H8II BTJUWUKKMKH DAILY
I.RTTrcK  I'tll'I'MlihUS
Tt l.M VI l IKS
II.V'I.KWDiiH IOU illllAM
STEWART'S 1'INIi CHOI nl.A I KS
HUGH STEWART
Phone 7fl AntiHiioiiff Ui),
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Old Curiosity {
Shop
JOSEPH II. M-LBAN, Proprietor
Di'iili'i itt
All Classes ol Secondhand floods
BUYEK OP   FUKS
Furniture ol All  Killtlu, Imili
New ntul Huuoiul-huiiil
Sage's Old Stand. Hanson Avenue
PHONE 251
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W1NQ   LEE
hu. more,! Iiiu LAUNDRY
ttuxttii the Murntnuil llml-lf-
il.it, Van Hornu miref. wl.eie
jiutriuiH noty leave their hum.
tlry. untl wlinr.' nil liu.itu .„ v, ill
be ilimi',   lleut I nuiiili-y in II.''.
Louise and Van Home Streets
TO RENT.
Six room house; city water; close
in; 115.00 per month. Apply 10.
Rend, north end Van Home avenue. THE   CBANBBOOK   HEUALD
F'
PROFESSIONAL CARDS     1
W. F. OURD,
Barriiter, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK.BRITISH COLUMBl.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Mrs. E. Bent
will l.n ready to reeelve
FulientH  litter  the   tlrit
week iu July.
r.O. Ilos 784.
MISS HELENA ROLSTON
GRADUATE NURSE
MASSEUSE
TELEPHONE 204
Francis E. Corrison
lliiii-lniiit-it-.tr OrniibrDoli i'il.v Biiiul.
I'liiiiriniiH'iT Kimx I'rwllJ'Uirlnil Oil.
l.iit-'lt M. IUhMiiH.v'hI.o,viiI Wlilttli
KiiHilit'i-tt.
Teacher of
Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin and Standard
Instruments
CITY ORCHESTRA FURNISHED
PHONE 2.VI  ■  ORANBROOK, U. ('.
H. C. C. SALMON
PIANO LESSONS
1-esnoiin in Muiticill Theory
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS   ATTENDED
PI10.NK 32
CRANBROOK, - B. C.
DRS. KING & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OBlos at Residence, Armstrong Aie
OFFICE HOURS:
Forenoons - -
Afternoons - -
Evenings - - ■
Sundays - - -
CRANBROOK .,
■ 9.00 to 10.00
- a.oo to 4.00
- 7.30 to   8.30
- 3.30 to   4.80
::    ii    it    B. C,
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
• to 12 a.m.
1 to   8 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office in new Reid Block
CRANBROOK -       -       - B. C.
W. R. Bemtty. Fun.nl Director
Crsnbrook U. C. I'lmne No. 89
B.C. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook and Kort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
J. a. CUMMINQS
iRRiatTiiiN i:n(iini:i:k
DOMINION ANI) PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYORS
?ei?No?iM8 Cranbrook, ll.C.
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.  C.    and   Surveyor
CRANBROOK    ■      B. C.
K. tt. Bwaiinoll, 11. l,.s., ll O. I., S.
A. I. Itohi.rlson, II O, 1.. S.
8WANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion nml British Columbia
LAND SURVEYORS
P. O. Drawer 7il:l VICTORIA. B.C
.1.   W.   KUTIjKDGE
VKTHMNAkl SIRIIIillN
Uiuiliiutu nl Ontario Voterlnary
College, Toronto, in I huh.
lirnilnnle nml Muilulliut ot
Mi'Killiii'. Vetorfitury Collene,
Chicago, iu hhhi.
Nine years' eiperienca in
Veterinary practice in Manitoba.
Ollice sl Crsuhrnnk Hotel.
Provenzano & Sacco
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK    •     B. C.
P.O. 80X194 PHONE J44
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CRANBROOK-FERNIB
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
President: T. S. Uiu.
Secretary: Qsoriii Ashworth
For information regarding lamia !
and agriculture amily to the ,
Becretary, Cranbrook, 11. C.
Mfl-pi
Ask for Halcyoa LITHIA WATER
For (amily mu; there is nothing
tto wholesome nml so pure ue
HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
SOLO AT ALL BARS
IT'S BOTTLED AT THE SPWN6S .
^^——^m——m——mmmaaa^aw
|A. H. NESBITTI
Contractor and Builder
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY X
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND
PLANS PREPARED
If you are intending to tlo any T
buihling, you can make money    *
by consulting with me.
|    SOCIETY AND Cl
! DIRECTOR'
CuEstiiXT Lodge No. Si)
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every    Tuesday at 8 p.m.    at
Fraternity Hall.
J. li. Henderson, C. C.
J. 1.. Walker, K. ot R. - S.
Visiting  brethren   cordially Invited
to attend.
KELSALL WINS THE BIG PRIZE
CKURCHC0LUMN
METHODIST CHURCH.
The    following     trom   the London1 ^^
Overseas Daily  Mail shows that Mr. I . .       ,
F. W. Kelsall, of Wattsburg, was one'   ,„...     ,      •""* ■•*!■   .,
ol the lucky   ones tn the contest in-    Uiildrm *   scmce .., the morning
augurated by thc above named paper at  ". I1,1'101*:.   Boys and girls    urn
lot-subscriptions, and the letter gives fW" '•"» •»'-1w '*! a"-™1' *"*   tta
the ill-tails' parents arc also asked to make    an
We     have   pleasure    in announcing '"-"jf* ,t0 •* present on this oci-asion
that Mr. K.     W. Kelsall, Wattsburg .. Suwtay school and Bible Classes at
I.O.O.P.    Key City Lo4|t
No. 41. Meets e>***t
     Monday    night    ai
New     Fraternity    Hall.      Sojourn
lug Oddfellows cordially Invited.
H. White. Wm. Harris,
N. O. Sec'y.
Qeo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work ia oar advertisement, but wt
put thin ad in the Herald to
emphasize it.
CRANBROOK- B. C.
Near Lower Armstrong Avenue
TELEPHONE 114
THB
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo* B.C.
PAUL ST. JOHN, Proprietor
South-east Kootenay's Great
Summer Resort
HUNTING ANI) FISHING
Jiist the place to spend n few
days' vacation
Bar Blocked with the lied
Dining service tirst-daes
Comfortable KooniB
I WINDERMERE i
NURSERY
Hub now a limited
number of
Young Apple Trees
uaabruuk Lodie, Nu..
A. tf. t A. M.
Regular meetings ut
third Thursday
at  every   moots
Visiting hrett. en welcomed.
W. II. Wilson, W. M.
1*. W. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie  967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at 8
p.m., in Carmen's Hall.
F. W. Reeves, W. P.
Wm. Anderson, Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
LOYAL OKA NOB LODOE, NO. 187)
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ol L. F. Hall 2nd  and
4th Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren alwaya welcome
Abel Horsman. W. M.
Jos. Wallace, Secretary.
MAPLE LEAF   REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second   and lourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning Rebekahs   cordially invited.
Mrs. K. P. Simpson, N. O.
Miss A. Hickenbotham, Sec.
Presbyterian €burcDt
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday    evening    service   at £
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   and    Bible $
Class at 3 o'clock
Presbyterian    Guild, Tuesday, £
at 3 o'clock
Undertaking
Culls Promptly Attended
Dny Phone No. li
Nlghl   „      ..  '-Mil
R. H. Dwyer
Funeral Dlnvtar nml
Ktnbuliuer
of tbe varieties specially j
selected and suitable for J
Huh district. 1
1ST CHOICE ■ 25 CENTS \
2ND    "      -  20 «
Delivered ul Criinlirook 4
If selector! hv  tlie  pur-       * i
chaeoi', liit cltotce. "Oc.;       •
2nd choice, 16c. Apply to       •
E. W. HUSTLEY, Nursery X
near Wihncr, ll. 0., or I
,1. HU rUIIISON, Cranbrook,B.C. f
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* PHONR90, P.O. llm Ilu;
THE HEW, UP-TO-DATE
| LIVERY, FEED AND \
SALE STABLE
The Finest Driven
Up-to-date Riga
Uood Saddle Morses J
H»Y AHD CHAIN FOH SALE
I   WM.    KERR
X Proprietor    -    I'HANBROUK.ll.R.
IIANDI.EY'8 OLD STAND
Good Investment
Two houses, roughcast, 2 lots (one
corner lot) city water, five minutes
from Post Oftlec- One has fix
rooms and the other four.
PRICE   FOH  QUICK   SALE
$1200
half cash, balance arranged at fl per
cent.  Clear title.
Apply-
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
EXCURSION RATE8
Cranbrook
to
Seattle
$25.00
Tickets on sale daily-
May 2«.lth to Oct. 14th.
Final return limit 15
iIhvb, but not later
thau Oct. Mst,
For    complete     information
npply to Agents, or write
J.E.PHOUTOR,
D. P. A., Calgary
Lumber company, Wattsburg. British
Columbia, is the winner ol the "Free
Trip to the Old Country competition."
llis prize is a cheque (or £25 attd a
lirst-class passago home, including
first-class railway accommodation on
both Hit- Canadian and Hritish Bides.
Mr.  Kt-lsall obtained lU0.fl.i7 votes.
A cheque Is being sent to Mr. Kelsall (or tin- amount mentioned above,
together with traveling warrants,
3 p.m.  " Visitors invited,
League meeting at 7 p.m.
Evening service at 7.30. Subject:
"The Dominion of Canada and Her
Relation to thc Empire."
The Sacrament ol the Lord's Supper will be administered, alter the
evening service,
Tuesday—Kp worth League. Address by the pastor at 8 p.m. Monthly Sunday School teachers meeting
at !t p.m.
Wednesday—Ladies' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. R. Stewart at
1.30. A large attendance is re*
({nested.
Thursday—Sundav     School   picnic.
MU-   .ha   ll-.n-l-l'--   Mu-flfcftl   fVilirl     I R*8fi   ,wm'   tll('       WW**   at   1   oVlock
Bj   the Heralds Musical Ciitu.)      -      u - -     w, ■„   -
,Y» S2S?  ,0 ■rimr1,°WvIri7dr  l«W M* t« served during the after-
Hutch    hack ^"inwith u mi ior  |i(((1I|      ttMw who are Vmlien of
the school will be carried tree, also
members of the Bible classes. Visitors invited, fare 35c. return. All
bring baskets. Tea and hot water
provided * school.
Friday—Choir practice at 8 p.m.
 #	
FAUST
MARRIED.
At   the   Methoilist   parsonape     on
Tuesday last,     Qeoree Edward Hen-
of     Bull     River   Falls, and
same
u day. lt was better to see him as-
Boclaled with a fine company; it was
besl tn sit and listen to what that
eompanv could produce in the grand
opera line. In a [tontier town o( a
frontier province we really cannot expect first-class theatrical attractions, so that the wonder is that we
get what we get when we get it. In
the Boston Opera company we entertained     the     finest artists who ever |,
sang iu Cranhrook or are likely     to oiadvs   Ilia    Batei      of   the   sami
sing here until they pay their return IJHJJs   "'*    "»fe iA,ffJ5S
visit.     That visit is promised,    M4|J™' bvW^ Rev   R   Huffi      The
tho Herald ean promise all and sun-' Xrs of   he bride and croSn were
dry in connection with the show that |2 "EX " -     ■Jff'-IS*1-/--   5J2L.
the house they will next play to will
match in appreciation and double  in
size the    one   that   assembled    on
Thursday evening last.
The performance itself was entirely
satisfactory. The scenery was good,
the grouping effective, the chorus (thc
weuk point in those companies, usually) was far and away -better than
the average and sang with a smooth
ness tliat    showed they wero trained;honc-„i
out of all possible nervousness.   Thej    ™
of this city.    Mr. and Mrs. Henderson w 11 reside at Bull River Falls.
The stewards of the Methodist
church met on Tuesday last and
discussed the estimates for the new
conference year. They will recommend to the quarterly ollicial hoard
the same estimates as last year.
Tlte treasurer reported all accounts
met to -date, and the outlook as very
principals deserved the name. It
was the second time Miss Lois
I'aschall had sung the very difficult
part of the ill-fated Marguerite of the
old legend. It was, (rom every
point ot view, a fine artistic study.
The sense of abstraction she imparted
to the "Thule Legend" was most remarkable. The same touch was apparent in the reminiscent phrase
from the waltz music, of the Ker-
messe scene, which she repeated in
the prison scene with Faust. Mr.
Cranston seems to have picked up a
musical treasure in Mr. .lohn McDonald, whom he discovered in Calgary.
McDonald comes from Burnley, England, where there be musical people
galore. He has a voice ot the very
finest quality and can use it with the
skill of a real artist. Better than
all his "music seems to carry him."
He moves with it. Its soul is his
motive. He will go (ar, and being
quite young has the chance ot great
distinction before him. Signor
Ghcrardi, who had the title role in
his control, is a finished artist of a
very high, i( not the very highest,
class, McGuckin, O'Maral Beaumont, John Maas and many others
who "starred" in grand opera a few
years ago were in many respects
quite his inferior. He has the voice,
the presence and the art. His sing-
ng of "All Hail Thou Dwelling Pure
and Lowly" was a pleasure that the
writer never expected to enjoy under
the shadow of the Rockies. Taken all
in all it was a great show. It is a
pity we cannot have more of the same
sort. Blood and thunder, signifying
nothing, we have always with us.
The bowic knife and the revolver
cover a mountain of rotten acting.
Art is scarce, as it is said to be
long.    More's the pity.
THE COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
It would seem strange indeed it tlte
time would eome when E. 11. Small
would not be in the hotel business in
Cianbrook. For the past ten years,
with a slight intermission ol a lew
months, Mr. Small has been proprietor of the Cosmopolitan hotel, one
ot the best known hotels in Western
Canada. "Enie," as he is known
hy everybody, is one ot the most
popular hotel men in Cranbrook, and
he is doing a business that is a credit
to his personality,aud to the bouse.
The Cosmopolitan is an established
institution in Cranbrook and you
might say a landmark. There arc
hundreds of people who would never
think of going to any other hotel
than the Cosmopolitan, when they
come to Cranbrook, pimply because
when they go to the Cosmopolitan
they want to go again on account ot
the treatment that they receive. A
reputation like that means a good
deal in the hotel business and that
reputation has been built up by dealing right with the people (or manv
years. When you go to the "Cos"
you know that you wilt get a good
room and good meals and see "Enie."
What more do you want?   Nothing.
THE   EVENT OF    TIIE SEASON.
The girls of St. Mary's church take
pleasure in announcing a lawn social
lie given on thc church grounds on
the evening of Thursday, July the
15th. The city band will be in attendance aud apart from all tne usual
attraction of lawn socials, several
uew features will be introduced which
promise to make the affair the event
of the season. Full particulars will
he announced at a later date.
THE SCHOOLS CLOSE
Yesterday    morning    the   closing
xi'idses ol thc public schools   were   ^	
lit'W, and   there was a large attend- brook this week,    where they
ancc.    Tlic programe consisted ol re-:make their   permanent home
citations   and   songs and the enter-     —    - ...
tainment   was    ot   a most pleasing
character.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Ot laic the Cranbrook Baptist
church building has been undergoing u
thorough renovation. New pews
have been installed atid the place has
been tastefully re-decorated, presenting a most attractive aud comfortable place ol worship. This Sunday's services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.,
will be ol a special character in
Keeping with the re-opening ol the
church. Special music will be provided by Uie choir. Thc pastor,
Charles W. King, will take for liis
morning subject: "God's l'ower
House" and tor the evening "Gideon
(letting Heady." Thc Lord's Supper
with Right Hand ol Fellowship w,
be observed at the morning service.
Bible school at 3 p.m. Strangers
always welcome.
 ,
J. N. SISSONS IS KILLED
(Special to thc Herald.)
Revelstoke, B. C, June 30.—J. M.
Sissons died at the hospital here
Monday night as the result of an accident at the Big Bend Lumber
company's mill at Arrowhead. Ue
was brought here to the hospital in
unconscious condition and never recovered. It is said that he got
tangled in the machinery. An inquest will be held here tonight.
(Mr.   Sissons    was  a   resident ot
Cranhrook and has a family here.)
 1	
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
WANTED—House to rent. Apply
at the Herald office. lii-ti
R. B. Durrant, ot Lundbreck, spent
several days this week in Cranbrook.
K. B. Benedict, ot Mayook, was in
town last Monday.
Preserving season is now on. Wlgen
strawberries at the Fink Mercantile
Co., Ltd.
T. C. Armstrong has just completed a blower system for the Klk
Lumber company that is right up-to-
date.
Miss McCready, ot Marysville, died
last Tuesday night. The funeral was
held yesterday, Rev. Hughes officiating.
What about preserving strawberries? Leave your orders at the
Kink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
HOUSE TO RENT-Near tbe
Cranbrook Sash Si Door factory;
large cottage. Apply to Charles P.
Kelsey. 15-lf
The Herald is in receipt ot a copy
ot the Minister ol Mines report that
contains much valuable information
regarding mining all over the district.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson lelt on Tuesday lor an extended trip to eastern
points. Mr. Lawson Is one ot the
well known employes in the C.P.R.
shops at Cranbrook.
Strawberry season is at its height.
The Kink Mercantile Co., Ltd., arc in
a position to look atter all orders
for No. 1 berries.
.litnmic McNeill, ot thc Coleman
hotel, was in town last Monday
shaking hands with his many Cranbrook Iriends.
TEN ACRES FIRST-CLASS
fruit land for sale ut a bargain;
partly improved; cIobb to town and
near school. Apply Gordon S.
Smith, Creston, B. C. U-4t
The lawn social given by the ladies
ol tlie Presbyterian church last Monday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Brownlee was a great success.
The band was in attendance and
there was a large crowd present.
.1. H. McClurc, who went east several weeks ago, was married at
Brampton, Ont., to Miss Mabel Hunter, on thc 23rd of June. Thc newly married pair wilt return to Cran-
■              •       - will
_________________     They
will    be   accompanied     by Mr. Mc-
Clure's mother and sister.
Thc Herald has been informed that
thc All Star Soccer team ot Toronto that Is playing the coast cities,
will return by the way of the
Crows Nest Pass and play the different towns where arrangements can be
made.    Cranhrook can get up a team
BE     SURE
AND   READ
B.H.SHORT's
ADVERTISEMENT ON
PAGE    TWO.
Snaps in Farm Land
160 Acres, 2 Miles from Cranbrook
140 acres level land with deep black soil, balance
good pasture, 10 acres under cultivation.
Frame house and log stables, good well; enough
wood to pay for same.
Price lor   Quick Sale   $10   per   acre   Cash
331 Acres of Land adjoining above
nearly all level land, 20 acres under cultivation.
.Small lake and good size spring, 40 acres fenced.
Frame house 16 x 20, log stable, root bouse, and
ben bouse, 1000 cords of wood. Price for quick sale
S10 per acre, half Casb, balance to suit at 8 per cent
REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE TO
SELL    AT    OWNERS     PRICE
! FRED. A. RUSSELL !
Box 144
Cranbrook- B. C.
try Life in America," in which    Mr.'
Pratt has    written a lull description
uf   his trip   in this  district,    with
lihutogrnvlis, hoth plain nnd colored,
that will du a lot in extending    thei
(amu uf   this   country as a sporting
center.      Mr.  NtchollB also received j
from Mr. Pratt a buund copy of    all
the photographs that he took on   the
uiji, which is   a very pretty souve-
nlr.
THK CRANBROOK TEACHERS
Thc school    teachers of Cranbrook
will spend their vacation as follows:
Miss Elliott will go to the Okanagan ,„„„„     ,,MM
country; Miss Ross will go to   NewfJHFljii 21?'.%*. *,t_.*--_ x.;.,.    *--*,
Westminster;   Miss Hall   will    go to }{■* Si-*** the vWtor8 busy when
Vancouver and Miss Caldwell will go.lde' ftrn?e'
to Medicine Hat, Miss Taylor ww; A. H. Nicfcolls, who accompanied
married on Monday to Mr. Ander- i the Pratt hunting party last October
son, the former principal of tbe up tbe Kootenay valley, has Just re-
school, in Spokane last Monday and cetved trom Mr. Pratt, ot New York,
then went to her Iwme at Vancouver,' a copy ot a magazine named "Coun-
There may Im- some peoplo in this I
di strict who du nut kuuw that the ;
King Lumber Mills have une ol the!
must up-to-date sash and door fat- I
tunes in Canada right here in Cran- j
brook, Yet this is a fact and the!
Herald takes pleasure this week in
calling attention to the first page
ml. ul this company, where there is
au immense amount of information
that will prove valuable to the man
who is contemplating building. When
yuu Ret ready just drop into their
ollice and have a heart to heart talk
with "Mac" King or some ol tne
other hoys. You will get prices
timt are 'rijjH and you will get the
goods that are right. That is tne
way they do business.
H. II. Short, the painter and paper
hanger, is a resident of Cranbrook.
lie is a citizen of Cranbrook, be
pays taxes here, he owns property,
and he gives his money to advance
Die best interests ot the town. Why
should he not have the lirst chance
for business in his line? He is entitled to it and should get it. The
tramp painter and paper hanger, who
(■dines in today and goes tomorrow
is not a booster for the town. It
wuuld In- better to patronize the man
who is a substantial citizen and
spends his money In tlie town. That
is why people ot Cranbrook should
consult with   Mr. Short when    tbey
want anything dune in lus line. Stay
with tbe man who stays with the
town.
The game of baseball last Sunday
at Moyie between tlie Ferine team
and the Moyie bunch was a farce so
lur as baseball was concerned, as the
Moyie hoys took the visitors into
camp and gave them a wolloping
that they will not forget fur many a
day. It was easy money (rum thu
start fur the Moyie Indians, and as
the sun rays of the afternoon grew
hotter tlte runs lor the mining town
increased. It was a cat-wolloper ot
a game and the laugh was with the
boys on tlie lakeside. It might be
well to keep the record straight, and
give the score, but what is the use?
It was about twenty to nothing and
would it be courteous to give publicity to such a score? Zounds, no!
Keep it silent, for Fernie might want
to play again in this district. What
is the use ot introducing the Spanish
inquisition, what profit is there in
torturing men alive? Let thc dead
past bury thc dead past, and look for
another game.     Here is to Fernie.
—H	
AN  AERIAL    HONEYMOON.
Pittsfield, Mass., June 20.-FIoat-
ing oil up through cloudland in tbe
balloon Pittsfield shortly after midnight this morning, Roger Noblo
Hurnhatn, a sculptor and Harvard '•»')
man, ot Hrookline, and his bride, who
was Eleanor Howard Waring, an
author, also of Hrookline, began an
aerial honeymoon, an incident unique
in aeronautical history, while fully
five thousand people sent up their
shouts of good-will and happiness into the dark night. Thc balloon took
a northward course, with but little
wind blowing. THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Baker Street CRANBROOK, B.C.
Outdoor Clothes
For any  sort  of   outdoor   exercise, golf, tennis, bowling, that   requires
freedom and ease of motion, our two-piece
Outing  Suits  are   Perfect.
They've skeleton linings only for lightness sake. The trousers are loose
and roomy, with belt straps and turned up cuffs.
At   Least—Be  Cool.
Wear the lightest weight clothing you can find. Homespun or Flannel.
These materials, as we have them in two-piece suits, are dressy enough
for the most particular, and light enough to keep you cool in the hottest weather.
We've   many styles to show   you, double   or   single-breasted,   as   you
prefer, all made and sold with
Our Guarantee of Satisfaction or money back.
Prices range from $7.00 to $16.00

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