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JOB PRINTING
We aie well equippuil to
t«nu mu thu bOBtclnsa
THE ORANBROOK HERALD.
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.    PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME   VA
.v**'i'..i*u*
CHAN BROOK
IIUI I'lSII   COLUMBIA.    I'll t'USD AY, ,| A ,N I AIM
It'I I
MANGLED MANNING
nl!      THK I'AI.INODK     l)V   Tilt:
i»K(Ki Li:ii(n;n i»an
ii win.Kit
i.\ mwii  iliniim in Iw    Ibree .ci.)
Prank    Mnnnlng,    alius     IVg Leg,
Mntigy oi    Miingh'il   Mai ■. ri'llneil
and cultured     bolio, ami thirl] tliien
degree   pnulintuller,   linving unluckily
luiiscil Cinnhlool hi-- linncliuiteii
nail, hi at H it t  Movie where In- pm
lip   al   Uie      K Illl)        lioli'l    wltllOUl
ih.- lonmilil)   ■glslruilon M    llic
Ktutple ilevlec nf asking .Inek Mj I'm
isli "how   Hn- elmuccH looked fm     .1
inral'"      \s .lad 'il   lh.it      tin
fellow was minus a leg, In- .. 1) kind
I)  Ni I  have a  al 01  (uo    anil
the Ingenuity, plcn-*dug address aim
conversation of Mnuuing proving hon
a man .it exiensivf 1 ravel  I      u<
quirements, brought a copious stipph
of Btroug think in iln- directi 1
his ntarlv II nevei went much
iiiiiliii iu nml bye, Manning wa*.
roused in vaudeville stunts of song
and dance, wherein lie walloped lhat
wooden leg ol Ids ou the flnoi in .1
way that made you llilnk there was
a two horse-power wood peeket pel
forming ou Hie boards lit- lold
those who wen- around thai he was
the ehninpeen one legged clog tinned
of Ibe western world in (Ircen Un
mail, Comfsh, 1 1 catch as catch can
styles, no hold barred Then he
passed tin- hai .md thereupon Sandy
Cameron, one ..i lhe owners of the
hotel, passed Manning into the
street, I'.D.tJ . and don'l you forget
it. Mnngj Manning as he beaded
for llie cold ol lhe outside street,
vowed vengeance.    To him il seemed
that   hospitality   -I Id    menu thc
fullest fr lorn    tit the guest,        the
itm rn' thi* bouse, the run ol Ids
'■■eih. (he   run nf his ihrottlc lo the
extenl oi th.- bar lifts a liobo Uo
light*? Ile would see. He went
and armed himself with a ll.nl in
the shape ni a nine nf tu,. bj fom
scantling and inside thiiiv seconds
made smash of $1511 worth <>i plate
glass iu the from of tin- hotel Uf
was grabbed, ol course, and the boys
voted to hang him lik.- the scan-
crow by bis wooden leu to the derrick .rn tlie top ol tlir Famous shaft
rn' tlir submarine mine Would lc
lint make a chase and elegant decora
lion Ior such an eminence*1 Mat
Constable Drowning did not agree
with the boys1 idea of an and justice
and sjuiph scooted Manning, peg leg
nnd all up lo Cranbrook, Into a
brutal steel cell ami mil nl il again
inside ten minute* to confront Judge
Wilson wbo, inside live minutes, sent
ilie ihanipi'in artist oi thr panhandle
for m\ months in Netsi
■■ \n' tin-, is   whal .     nth : ' 'ai
ian justice,"   said Manning with      .1
scorn that scorched his soul w
got bmk   Into   iln     cell,
justice,   mind j 111   and beai j on the
Canadian     Win 11 ,1 1 an's it..-' ■
on him      Thai'-   il       \1
I done it mesell In'  I'll
agin, bet chi 1  life      Ilui   tin
.a     the   llo ■ nn       I'll
Hive it  up    ICs iti,   I. W   W
when  Igel  ..ni     It'      .
more     01 il,
r.l-\ If-    , 1 illl        h)
henuis .in' thi
nnd 1 vei toi mc "
Such was ibe   paliiu d
linn, ol       lhe piinhandtei and     Huh
was aiiotln 1     iluin    ivm (I *
..,111 1.1   lhe     rank*     of thr   I woni
*\..tk'.. bul Manilla)   .ill wot h
i.j.k pile .11  Nelson 01    Willi
\l*.  iii     tin    Km, '■   If
tin- 1. nsoii win
CHURCH   COLUMN
VA I lint IC fill Ul 11
Suiid.u -.   I utt     it.1*    ..'   -   It  a
high mass, 10 10 .1 n     Siindat
from - to S p in    Hosai v   and  tiene
diction .it     10 i' in
Mondays and   hoi)   days ol obliga
tii'ii—Mn**s .it  s n n,
Week   dayi -Mntu .11 II   1 ■     nl  Ibe
botpttal
Kiilli.i  I'l.iiiioiuli.n.
Cariuli l*rlcit
KNOX  IMtKSin ll III w  Clll i:< 11
Morning sen,<e at 11 o'i lock
Sundav Hchwtl ami Itlblc classes ai
1 P in
Kvening service .11 7 30
He\. s 11 Karklsslan, ol Creston,
will pleach ai both services
Voung People's (lulld on Tuesday
at s p.m. Subject: Itev S II Su.
kissian's lecture on his personal experiences in the Armenian massacres
An offering at  tlu- close
most atrocious treatment for    their
attitude   mi   this ipicsll  .iml      lo
contradict .John Calvin was ,i ptm
iK.iul.1r nffeiice Thc ipU'slIon jj!
nexl Sunday's ilisr..nr-.e will he.
whether modu has anything in do nl
all with tin- underlying principles ol
this doctrine \ ver) hearlj Invitn
Hon is given   t<> all who cn hi     no
1 ii i.i' 1 .1 h      1,.un.'   will kindly oh
tlge ihe congregation hj removing
Lbeii lulls '11111111', Hie nddicsr Anthem h)   tlu- j I     ami coiigregnlioiiiil
iii'iit ■
Tuesday —Huslness meeting ol tlir
rhnh ' i.iu.Minh ODIclal Hnnnl
iiieellug ui Hi.- clmreli al !l
Thni .Lu —Devotlonul service .onl
....ml  1 1     v
I-11.l.n  -Choli  pmcller al  K
MRTIIOUIST Clll Itcil
January 20th
(in Sunday evening the pastor will
preach on the subject: "Tbo Doctrine
of Hapten, mid its Place in the
christian Churcli Today "
Happily the dav has passed when
the discussion of doctrine was a dan
geroiis affair, and more often than
not, Invited cruel persecution Tbe
Aiiiibiipli.l       were   Kiihjeil     to   llm
I.0DCF. CIRCLES
Willi II.us.* lodge, \,, 33(1, I.O.I*-.,
iii'i'ls even lirsi ami tliiiil Tliitraihiy
il Hi.* iniiiiili
Tl..* following in.* ilu* new ollieers
1.1 Hi.' 1.-1 mr
(' II II t.'.ll -It.   Flnsei
I'   li -tt    I*',' .Mi l-'iii'lun,*
I1.(.'.It.—MlS    llaMcl
V (' 11.—R.  Hamill.,11
II   S.—Mrs. Haywood
I*'.   N — II    Palmer
.1 - II   11,,vs
Organist—\   s   Houston
ll-.l    Lulls.
S   IV -II. Rider.
.1   tt'.—A.   thai
S    II.—II,   I'nilli.illl
.1 li.—Mm. I*' tt'ells
\n..iln*i* very inipiirtaiit feature
i.l.li-.l I., iln- manv great advantages
tlTcrcd ll) Illl' I It V., i'- in*.* hospital
itli'iniali.'.*. Till' vnlut- ni I liis 1.1
Iln* members ,*iiiiniit  In* over eMiinal
I. ami    must iiiiiki- them (.-.*l  *.*
lllllll III III.' order.
\   lieartj     wetciiiuii I., nil visiting
impnillolls ami brothers is ex'tcntlcd
Tilt.  ni'Xl   meeting—Februarj iliui—
Mill In- a nodal evening, anil a large
number is expected In turn ,,nt     nl
Canticii's hall,  trmstrong nvenite
tin tliniila) evening lasi Key Cil)
Intlge, I 11 nl*' . ncteil .is linsts to tile
tt'ilile, Intlge, Moyie, No. II. Thc
visitors degree team cxcmplilled llic
v.,.tk ol llic initiatory degree nn tvv<>
candidates, in theti usual ftrst-cluss
niaiinei
Aflet the 11..SIHL. ..I Uu* regulai
meeting <>t the lodge, all sat down !..
.sniii|ti u.iiis banquet, arranged hj
Hi.* soeial committee. Alter the inner man bad been well salEsdcd lhe
lemaindi. tb.  evening mis spent
11 spi 11 It, song *ii'*i   t*torj    Hi.* ' isl*
* nl 1 1 «' declaring that It
bad been the m.*s* |ilcasant time they
: long time
isltoi- in.luiled Hi.* lollowing:
i: l'ani|ihi 11, tt 11 1 ..n't. I S
Hull \ I' . Lul,.*. \ Pitman, lis
wall Vtcllomtnll, .lames Huberts,    r
I'    Wat *■ ■■      N   Mai
It    \   "Achstci
Tin* regulai mis ting nl Maul,  '
lodge,   was held tt'edncsdaj
Ial    in   !5lh       Tin- lieiag
*  tin* [oltowjng ,.* :■
I" N (I     Sisli 1  1:11.1 .l„liiisi„n
Irni     H    Sister I'm
... lei     \     M   Ilii ki n
l.'.lli.lm
Hi       Sis     Sislel      Mllllil     Hieken
In   Sei     Sistei Marion Servls
ler N   llakei
ITial'l.in,    Sislel    \lillli*  (Illl
Inside (1 nrdian   Sistei tlraee 11.11
ii.in   Hi..   Maunlng
Condtu'•■   -SIslei tt   li   MeKnrlam
Warden -Sislel  Klsle VanSlykc
II.ml.I
*,    Ken
,   -1 iti 1  r   M   1.ill
I S.Xil    Sistei   ratrlck
II s.V.ll    sn. 1  Man t'ttnpmnn
I  s. \ ,,    sisli 1 Dell i'..in.*i'.i.
Stslei S   Battel
Id Ireshments   were.   'Ih n --**ts* ■ i i.,
..1    . mi,lull lee       I a   siMial
: I   ulii.Ii \1.1s pttjoyed I" *.l.
pn ■   '
HANOI IMi ui" EXPLOSIVES
t'lilonel Taylor, agenl "I thc bureau
* 1 * tploslvi ..I ill. I' I' I! . mil .1.*
llvel a I.-.'tin.* ..11 iln* llatitllini* nl
[•'xploatveR 111 tin* V.M.C \ rnnnis on
Saint.lav evening at 3nk All tall
waj men ami .hlpners an* Bpeclallj
iiiMi.il 1.. attend
TO MfcEf'inis'EVENINO
The adjourned annual meeting of
the Associated Hoards of Trade of
Knst    Kootenny,     to have been In-hl
this nfternoon,   was again adjourned
at   :! 311   p 111.   until  S o'clock Ibis
evening, when   il  is hoped that ibe
delegates from Kernie, Hosmer, Klko
.md Michel will have arrived
\MXA?'\\S\}$\:
Th.- v M c \ wns Informally opened to members today, everything bo
ling  III  shape except   thr dining  lonlo
Tho bowling  alloy nml billiard table
an- iu   working order.      -Insl when
I tho formal    opening wilt take place
cannol he announced n*> yet
Liability For Forest Fire Losses
Hi,* total
111 I,. 3 ii
ore in tin* ,*]..
Railway   Representatives   Alarmed  at  Proposed Legislation
—Real Situation   Misiiii(lerstuod===Co-operation Needed.
he   reecnl   nnnouni mid
I'llllolil  Sill,,i,,
1 \..iiuii 1 ..iiiiui don   I hul  'in- limn
ion *>..j nun.-in  ".juilil he asked   1 1
in.iln..- lefiixlnlioi   ui ikn
io.u!     liable 1.. .1     penalty   [01  im.'s
iihiif.   noin     llicii    ri ;ht   . 1   v*a\.
h-.s*. Uie)  '.m prove that Ihej have
liiken all    in-t essarj piei antions    '1,
real  Ihem     Iiuh led l«> ;i vIboioi^
■it 1..jj    bj .1   promineni     Ottawa
rallwaj oflicial thai the railway, are
not    iiu.    causes ol   foresl  fires, and
hai  the   lumbermen are Uu- respon
Bible   parlies.       The article,   whieli
ippcnred in lhe Ottawa Citizen, \\i\~.
,S iollows:
■■A high     ollleial   -.anl loda;
videnllj Mt   Sifton had not Inform
ed himself ol wlmi Mir   railways liml
done for Iln* protection ol tin- foicsts
.1 ihe country from fire The-, -.
iperated warmlj with the foreil
angers The utmosl care was ex i
•ised in ihe slokltiK »«r ilu engines,
mil screens ol the hesl .unl most ap
proved type     were used  in suppress
.parks from     rising mil  or (he cliiei
Iie\   Murks.
"ll   Wolllll   lit'   ;i     ll Mrul!--   ''.lu '.
unl this olhctal. "io hold tbe '.-ii
wnys responsible ("i .ill foiesl lin .
aeenl io tiieir lines The innjoi r ;,
fires ior which lhe railwa * k . i\e
been blamed were caused In tr.i 1 ji
who trespassed on rallwaj  nropei't'ej*
mi kepi   IhemselVes warm ;ii     ... . |i
res   whieh     they   lefl  burning   ; ml
lycre  llm-- a  soiin e oi fori -•   cntilli**
at ioii
"Lumbermen, too, often build ih> ii
•amp   lires   ncai     the :.ii!' .
leave ilu' embers linextii - uisln il,
ih.- resull thai when a gust ol   ■
irises   ihey aie   blown into the
■.-.I and ui an instanl  *
wood and   withered prass aie  1
md a fire which may extend I ■■   1
is iii.'I lasl
■■\l,i:n  ■■      lires an   laid     ■■■
L*Imr^e oi the   railwa; t for tin
t.crniiii   who an      tin
reel      liiei     I*      *    *
ints  and   t! '
.'.   Is are 1 1
ng   siatist.es    it    wi
Nil h Mi    Sifti a quoted        a*-
iustitlcatii
■    .l|t!'.'.l!
1,1 be oi ii,.*, tel '.*.,r.i-
the info
hr westi ■
"\..- inmpleti'
nasmui h deal     with
I tin
■
it..in -...■
nihil"*!   !'
rh* coi iiii
lew   is    v* lell which
was puhll
the Ol h;
Krank  Ilu nl
■   ■
Mi    Haw follow r
Kditoi ('iii 'en      In yoi
''■■'■ mdi    the hen I
|1
latenientfi lo whieh this    as
I '    nbermen1
nssoeintinn)  ■ ibe      erio     oh    tioi
■ , iiitereslN whieli I hate llic I101101 j "Then there I. 11 mosl exeiisuble
!,, represent, are not eu erneil with iguorunee disptujed legardititj Ihe
i-ntici iu t.i   contemplated j.i pending |legliilalloii lhe   commis.
on, nor   in an ai lempi      >o
prejudice public opinion ana his I    any
rr wlilcli h.\s foi  i'   object   the
■■ nilon ami perpetuali f t'nn
inla's foresl wealth.
1 11 maj fairlj he assutm-d thai the
railways ure deeplj inle'ested I'i
lliis mat lei. apart eatirelj irom neie
enlimeni lamdiei nnd prodm is • f
I tbi! foresl gave the railways of fan
.1.I.1 over \:\ pel eenl ol iheh wm
tonnage during the jeai ended .June
30, 1910 If lumbering h I'nnadn
ever comes to an end lhe railways
will he deprived     of then musl pro
M-ihh- business      It  there!  should
he lhe pari ol   lhe rnilwnys to   Join
!in anv movement which will preserve
ibe governnienl to pas* lhe statement lhat the enai tmeiil of the
legislation recommended would hold
lhe railways responsible [••]■ all lires
adjacent to their lines Is not ti uu
Nothing ot the kind lias evei hi en
proposed tt'linl the c .mmis.siuu did
recommend was that railways should
he liable io a penallj lot all lires ,v
Iimllj caused bt parks fron ihcii
loeomolives, and foi  all u\>-    whieli
were   allowed   to   .pie.i.l   from        :
lighl 01 wav  to adjaeriil luiid>   Thej
will  iujI    he held  liilbb      ■    :   1
Ihej can slum thai thej hnd ■
locomotiv.-,     ilu* besl   modern appliances io   piefenl  the . mission
Tin- 1     (In*   ihiril twentj
v.,i-    as follows;   Semi in
■ .'■!.' ■*     nun iti -, Connolly in three,
Kcrnii    ii   '.'.1. McWha,      iu
thirlcen,   Mi ft'ba in fifteen and Kelly
in niuelei n
Whilst tl pin ■. 1 ■ somi what onesided the game proved an interesting
one lo 'In- spec ta tm - the ;■ 11 .
hoys putt im! up a hi 1 :** 11
throunhoiil
'I lie 1: ampionship ■ onti m m
■ unl    l to I if: 1,1'. I Crauhrook,
aIi-j iiui-,1   w in  live ■ :-■.'   f [imi
.1. ". ufl ihe cup Tin next gai ■
will 'ak.- place .1. Fernie nl .-, dal
not  ,, ■ dei bled ji;'"!:.
"\I\li 1(1 i \|.S \ ■
I* ii shop:
(parks
1il.ll      I lll-l
IIM
had
shown no negligence in coiidm
iln-   starling 01     sprendiu ■ ot   fin ..
and ibat thej   had a propelh  eipiip
pe.i in.-    lighting si.ol   lo ■ heck lires
once started       In olbei   words,     ihe
rallwaj      an- lo he    foible        1..       .1
penult j   foi     lires   tit. ■    Iml
thej ean show that tin i  bat.      1 . I
every   reasonable    pn eautii n      pn
vent damage from lhat    ouiee      \..
ian minded    man   ean   aj  thai  »in li
legislation would be unreasonable '
HOCKEY
V   N   I'   I'HAMI'IONKIIII'
Tin* tourtli 111    tin* serifs • I   un ■
for tin* I'li.w-     Si-Hl I'as*, i-liiiiii|iio,i
s'ti|i   nml Hn*    II.1. Im.. 1     * ti|i
plaw in iln* \n-iia rinh la it  I .   iln;
i-ii'liilli;   l.t-1...*,-      s.iM.     tl >'■*
I.lllllll,'ll  s|li*rl,lli,ts
The liti.-il|i was its* fnllim
f.-ii.i,
(lu.-ll
Ifor nil time -itch a vltallj linjiorlanl
national ass.-i l.iimlti*riiii.|i lull, n|i
|liri>,*iiiti> (Ills nml ilu* Kliili'inral lhat
Hi..\ leavi* i-niliris inii.\lin*;iiisiii.(l in
their iain|i Hits is reallt -., iialpattlt
Bill}' an.I mil 1 hi* thai il 11.1 tit I s in •"'!-
t'oiitrailictlon li w-oitlil in* inst. ...
reasonable to iieentii. th. ralheay*! .»!
In* 1 niiit: up their |iii.|.i*i'i Tin* in
i.tiii..*, too, that lumbermen |,a,-k ol
lll'illl   l'i*p.ilts   Willi   lilisl.a.lili^   Ktlltis
si.s is ais.. ijuite tirattiitotis anil is
unworthy ..i -.. vast an interest a-
tin* railways*
Ma\ I In* |..i mil lul 1.. mill also
thai 11 wolilil be ill lhe interest t.t
journalism anil Hn- public wellare if,
before maklnji such otitraKeotts char
.;* - acaiitst s.i intjiorlanl an jinlnstii
as liinili.TJni:, Ibat fa.'is only he as
'.Tiaim-ii ami publisbeil. Such
statements miulit possibly In* Iguoreil
if tin**, appearetl in a newspaper ol
l.-s-ii influence thnii tin* Citizen. So
fai as iln- accusations anainsi tlie
Imiilieiinni arc concerned, a Hut. spei*
,imi em|tbatte ilentnl is ulv.-n
.     lo
The puBltioll taken h) Mi Hawkins
Is substantiated also by an interview*
with Mt   M   1  Patton, acting were-
,il\   .*!   rh,   t'..|ls.*|,alien enllllllisMIUI,
which   was   publisbeil     iu tin* sunn.   -,-,,-,,|M
utpei        Mi   l\iit,"i's remarks were
'   M,|l"»*; lil.'On«ur
Tin* railwa}     man who gave that
interview    was nol informed <>(    the i*iit,„,iiii
Statistics respecting fires set ;
by railways as given bj     Mr. Sllton j .seott
In his reecnl    address arc Irom    tin* j   Itdercc—Clarke
ithentii     "ni"      When it was 1   Judge ol play—.1   I    -•
known   early in thr season that lor-     Timekeeper—Ilanlcj   i.l
■si nr.* lossis iln- veai wiinl.l lik.lv     u„a| judges-Newman and  11
ie heavy, th mmlsslon ol conscr-1   |%y   was fast     Ibroiti    *'*.      but
lion despatched expert i.llieials    lo bapplly free    from an)  nwl
scenes ..i Hi.* vatiniis liri-si,„.ss        |n u„. ,„., .
mil investigate (In* i-auses      The re Uvrnlc sturteil the seorlt     :
wrts ..i these   men have been made, jiurjng a goal in eight n '■!
imi sle.w     ihal over tliitty per cent .wh,,, lot Cranbrook, Hums
of the forest Ores loi     which definite I,,.,   j„ ,|„.   nexl lew     niinul
muses n.lihl he assimi.-il were cullseii I .■•III..] ,,     seroml   goal 1.1
In  rallwaj  locomotives.      This    in- i.am's score seven mint.li
Hint ion was gathered by tliorougli |   |„     uu.   s,*.*.,t,,i     Iwrnlj   miiiiites,
■ \|'.*inn. ■ .1    men, and is r.l     thcleranl k's s.*.n,   »as Inen-ased    hi
....si reliable sort,       The Conscrva    ri■..-.- goals, secured In Mtfi
lion cot ssion    In ml vising h*glsla-1 w.vrn minutes,   MeWlui   in * ■ i. iuii.it
lion I., prevent lhe enormous annual   i,s> .,,,,1 MrWhn again in flit
in.* ii.ss.-s front tin* cause mode surelntcs.
thai then     reeomniendatlons   should     In iln* third Iwctilt
!.,  backed    home   with    lads that|hrook added tm* i ■
vere iu n,. wis,   open   I.i unestit.ii ..„|e.   willi-'   K-Mii.
1'ialilili.Hh
MeMlllHis
1. Suns .
K.ll.v
I'olnl
Cover Point
|{..VI*.
Center
Lefl Wing
High! Win;
I >!'
,   ■
Thrash.i
Votes
Lewis
(in Krldaj nml.' I.i*: ., go si
witnessed .,   i.i*: game between    tii*
alinve tennis ..n the Arena rink.
Tin*   game '.in*    divided tut,
periods ef twenlt    iiiiui
' ■    |n   loll '    11   '.i'   ;     '  ll
leial third
f (' 1' 11 . Iillli .;
hi'll.-i   mil hail ile a
on. *.! Mai
mil mid (Iral ul point pul
'  I lit)      :■ :. II  .      fm   llie   I ,mil:!. 1
nils, ...    Iln 1,1 ha'
i   • hy      tin
si .,:*      ....   .,;**.       hi:'::..: •
hi nli',* r llathl.        11'
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COMPANY
Wish  lo  inform   lhe   public  lhat  they
Did Not Do the Electrical Wiring
In the Ry. Y.M.C.A. Building, Cranbrook.
This notice is for the protection of Ourselves, as
from remarks made by a number of people to
members of this Company, the impression of a
large   section  of the   Public   seems   lo be   that  we
did    lhe   work
We  G_uarantee Perfect  Workmanship
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Imperial Bank of Canada! { News of the District
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED - $10,000,000.00
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED - $5,905,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP      -      - 5,575,0011.00
RESERVE FUND -      - 5,575 000 00
I), li. It'll,lilt!, President.
II. in. ItOltHlt'l' JAKFltAY, Vlee.PrBsl.lenl
********* **********************
** | ihe    ladles will   have   a successful
X  evening.
♦       Mrs.   T.illil   leliini, *,„„   ihe     easl
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lasl  week
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I! * FERNIE
♦ * ♦
J *********************$      ""' |,|VI' Hmiilrctl club met al   the
J . , , I "Quartern" .in Tiiesilai evening.   Al
♦ (Special corrcspondoncc.)        , ,,    ,,      ,,   *,   .
♦ ll'l   piuyillg  hive    lluiiiileil lnr a  leu
♦ The    nam  service  has again heeti   wimble    length    ot I line the tobies
                                               *   let*;     in*.-it.nu   ami     tiiisatistai'tiiti   were cleared    nway nml tin* evening
U't-uuiits   nl'   Corporations,    Municipalities,     Merclmtili    j ,,   suiiiiilat       Mthoiigh ».*   Iravi* I••ii'li-il In tlnntrliii,
|.'i'*in,.rs.'iii.l I'riviiti* liiiliniliiuls invit,*.|. ,   i„,,i   wenilier liere, the til i      *h ■    ■■'      II      tt'hlinslei    le i
Drafts .mil Letters of Crtxlil  iss I available il v p-.rt "I  ♦    ' '•'■'    have been buiiis lute, rniuisdiiv     foi  Medici,,,.   Il,,l, where
J in i  cancelled altogether
,   . ....,,,..   . Hi     Mncliiren,   ins|iectoi  ni public
VVINOS  IIKI'AI.T.UENI       Special * ,   ,„   „„.   ',..,     .,,,„'„.,,„*,
villus   Hank   Al nils      I).*|i..h ts   nl   ,-l
:|    Mrs     .1    Crawiiml ami Miss      .1
Downs    huve been   visiting nl (ial**
* way.
f |   Mi   M. Hoslor is  ahle lu Is* al t
iguin after liis hum illness
Born—To Ml.   mill Mrs.  .I.nsi  n
n.. worl I
*j      liking i liH'h "
«      lhe ucvt   council is .ii  worl *,
re| s iii  last  inn's w..ik
<j [imki'll   lull. till       l he
♦     ' huh' the v.-.ti      I'Mli was a prosjler
********************* ************4*********** i",  Kernie     The water mill
   llunl    li,.111 '.ln.il' profits      ami
tv**************'************************** generall)  seem lo he in
 I Imati.'ial contlil
*. ,i',|s r ivoilnml interest allowed fr Inteol
Cranbrook Branch-. !i. W. SUPPLE. Mgr.
THE
j ,   ladles ine iivint lo organl'c
ket hnin Ue wish Ihem success
Mu*. new undertaking tm l-'ernie,
!    Iiojie In     see    some   exciting
QUEENS HOTEL   j
II. I.  -It I'HKNS, Prop. ■    lieforc ihe season is over.
*      [lur n gillni    hockey leiim of n g
CALGARY, Alberta
I
The Hotel with "The Reputation" ♦
You'll get .vour Money's Worth.
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In* very Courtis
Im.iis all.nv    [lie I isitillg li'illn
.me   ..ui iiheotl Wi* tiilvociitc
st   in all  things, Iml  vi.-    hope
in*  l-'eluie leiim will       score
i p is while in t'ruiihriuili lo
lul   U.e    loss al   linilll* ami  slill
[ell   In the guild.
curlers   »l... visited C'riinbruok
eek returned i-'riiliiy night.
Itev     \      \    [lel'eli.iel.  hlsllop
* ii   We itiniuslcl, spent Stiiula,  in
mil ileillei I    Ilu* new cliurch
in ndmiiiislcreil conflrmnlion
♦ I    I   T   Laurie lefl Insl Thursday uu
„                 „                                        *    sonili   Uricn.     He will go hi    Van
2   Two  Lots  on   Baker btreet, corner   ♦    -■■(. Sydney ami iiurbau
♦ |      Mi.SS   11    line,    left   till    Illl'  CUSl       Oil
iilnnlin   niglit's l'-lycl
♦ tii     II      Collins left iiii Saturday
TT . ivr       i r\      *   J       !   'turning lor   Mncleotl, where she will
wo Lots and Warehouse on Uunck , „**, weeksconvniescmg
♦ Hi     uml     Mi-     N     M.k.llai.  ul
♦ , i ,ih, i. spenl the \\.*.*k end in town
a> j    Mi   und Mrs   ll   |.*  Stevenson     lc
Business Block on Armstrong Avenue. < "»■ .-a«t.«, sundav
FOR SALE
its on  Bake
and  inside.
s at
Avenue.
-he will vlsil Im ihitigliler, Mis
I tin-grave
Miss I-iiiiiil,. M.iil.iii. m llosnier,
is in  Inwn Ihis ivcck
The in*.*    a\It.in is at ll nrttlvnl
lust week ivere us follows;
l.iidiei -l*'ii*,i,     iii ,   il   Aiulersoii,
lhe    Sen;   sec I,    Miss    Kschwlg,
il .ink.
(ientlcmeii—Kli I, \ i: liohrcllier,
Imliaii, second, Mi   (Jxley, Soldier
t'.iMii. — h'iisi, Mi Howe, Squiii-
iliihlle; secotitl, Pclc I Icndcrsmi,
Happy llnolignn.
Hesl school gliT-lthelii Tniltl.
It.-.1 school liny—Allien Mcltean.
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X BULL RIVER PALLS |
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(Special Correspondence.)
Two ni Un* r l" I! lie men were
curried on n strclchci from lour mile
i.imp recently, one wilh un attack of
llillaliitnatnlv I'hcillnutism ami the
lllhel   Willi  level
Joe llarling was inesciilcd hy Mis.
Hurling Willi a nine p.. I hoy.      II
the hot is as large as Joe (eels, lie
must he a bouncer.
The delnj ol hams caused by the
reecnl storm mm* great anxiety to
many win* were expecting freight and
mail, especially to us here, who arc
al n distance from the railway.
(Ieorge K Henderson, president nail
1111111111*1*1 oi the Hull Itiver Klectric
Power < .milium . was called to Min-
iii-aii.,lis hv telcgrnjili last ]-'ri<luy on
very important business
I    \   ti   t'relchlield, om head earpen
■   Itogcrs, of T nt,.. inesiileiii   ,,.,._ w]ls ■„*,■    up severnl days    lust
N.si I'uss foal nun    wc-fh nn niiiiiuii ol his attempt     i"
Fjr Prices and Particulars Apply
BEALE & ELWELL, CRANBROOK, B.O.
HIV. ESTATE, I1SUUME AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
I       ..Iii .   I*   ill   llie lilt    Ihis  Week
*   Ladies      \ I llie Melluulisl
 li    arc   civing   onotbei    "Trip
■ il    ilu     World,"   mi Thiirsdat
Tins proveil in be ijitlte     .1
<■   ilea! 1.1*1 j-cnr and   ninny people are
forward to it     We trusl tin*
2        1 hei   will     li.- favorable ami thai
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lift a piece nf timber above the average weight ol hi- capacity.
FLAdSTONE
(Special  K.1 ri-spoiidenec).
\h   nml   Mrs   K   Mowns wore Fer-
daughter, January 12tli,
Mr. \\. Cook, until qulto im-nlh
Imsli foromnn lieru, is Iwivinn, his
place, being (llloil In Mi V-. l-'tii..
yanl foromnn, wlin will tie Ktii.Too-.loil
in Unit position liv Mi r r run
over,
A heavy lull nl rain im:, taken nil
mosl ni the snow horeubouts, i oi
mush rri|i[iliti<.', hush wml. uml )><■■.
hauling,
Mi   uml Mrs   V   K   V vpi   have
taken up resilience in (own
Tlio ladies nf Flagstone hnve  loi
consideration llio holding of .1   m.i
i|iii'i,iili'   hull   in ilu-   uon 1     ihmim
There    will   he Knuietliliit.   doing ■■•■
thai noonslon
UHANUROOK  I.AN1J  DIRTItU'T
DISTRICT OK   BAST KOO'I EN U   !
TAKK MiTiri:: Llini I. llnlle
Dodsoti. of Baker City, Oregon, 00
eupatlon Housekeeper, intend iu ap
ply for primissimi to purchase Lhe
following described lands.
Commencing nl n post planted 0m1
foot wesl from lhe V W cornei <-i
Lot 73117, being the Initial posl N. 10
corner; thence south 80 chnins, ihcnco
west 11 chains, thence north Bu
chains, thenco easl 11 chains tu
point nf commencement and contain
ing 112 ncres, more or less,
Hello Dodsoti, Locntoi
■J. II. Iltitiliitist.ii, Agent,
I    Dated Nov, 8th, 1010. I5*9t'
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER,  O.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, Presioent
ALEXANDER  LAIRD, Genehal Man»oeh
CAPITAL,- $10,000,000 REST, - $7,000,000
MONEY ORDERS
The Money Orders of Tlto Ciintiiliiiii Hnnl, of Commerce :u\' a safe,
eonvenlenl nml econoiiiicnl niellimi ol' ryniiiiinji .sni.-ill sum-, of monev.
I'lie> mv piiyiilile without ilmi;;** nl even liniiich uf n chartered bunk in
Cm i.i.i i,*vvpi in iln* ViiI.,iii  IVniiniw ,111,1 in i|„. principal cities cl
LllC Iml..] St itcs,
I'lic Onlcis nml full iiifoiiniiliii [iinlinj. Ilicnt nun   lie obltlinct!
nn iippliciilion   i tin* liml.
in lhe .win of loss of n Monet Ulilei llic Hunk will, (ill roceipl . '
n snlUI'nelon -*u;iritnlcc, miiltu iirriin^cnients to rcfnml the ntnontil i
the In i Order. j
K". r. Brymner, Manager Cranbrook Branch
ram
THE BEST PLAGE
TO EAT
Always iht- lt.'-i tjunlit) .,
(i.ii.'k 8ervlva Hun \1. i
Lunch.   H|..'.i Ma) uml Nl»l
VICTORIA RESTAURANT
.1. SAKAIll'i'lll. I'll."!'
OPPOSITE DEPOT.
•' Merc's lhu Proposition"
BE  A   WELL   MAN
ill   tun    I'I UUAM'VI'l.Y      V,,,) ,|,, |io I  Illl Vi- i"
'\\ li.a-i -IMI. rn -u li.. in, li-.'i.-..   I.I'.IHIN.'   HO iim.  tin nl
IV   :'v,::::,:::::,:;ni,::;;:;:,^::	
honest TreatmtMit
A Sure and Permanent Cure in
All Diseases of Men
Nervous \WuUt-s-. \nriuisi- Vrlnp.   Itv-drocclt-. llh ml
and Skin Plsitrderii  Sires,  Ulcers, kfdm-v, (ILiMli
ji ti J l-K-.til liUorders   and all Speclnl Ailiiuiil**
common tu men.
Hesl Aimiotiiit'iil Miisetim in the Nortli-wrsi
CONSULTATION  FREE
If yott cnuuot come lo Spoknne for free consul tn tion
now. write for nur free booklet.
Dr.   Kelley's   Museum
2io Howard Street, Spokane, Wash.
r.**w*nwr»fi*H
Flock of Harness tinit
Satkllerv I or
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J It is tin* Sum,* I'l.-i.-n J J
Tho I'liioit Ihal is Popular J J
:♦ Li' I I   lis   Illl*   lil'St "
"* Hotter il  tlm Resl ..
AtCmstiin. H.C     Villi
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Sale      f   ♦
fi The Cosmopolitan !!
Apply tu | !
Arthur Okcll, f i ♦
AniR-ie... 9   X
Creston, B.C, ».i   *
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If yon t'onn* ouco,
Von will come iijjnii
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THE FIRST CANADIAN TOUR OF THE UNIQUE GIRL SHOW
A Stubborn Cinderella
40
GIRLS
40
a
20
SONGS
s
1000
LAUGHS
tiii*: Ai;riii*:i!\ (iiui.s is *\ st i ititiiiiN fi\iii*:iii*:i.i.\'
RECORD:
497 TIMES
IN CHICAGO
a
2.3 TIMES
IN NEW YORK
OPERA   HOUSE,   TUESDAY,   31st   JANUARY,   1911
PRICES:  $1.00,   $1.50: GALLERY   75C.   AND   $1.SO
BEST,   BIGGEST,   MOST  COSTLY  SHOW   EVER   IN   CANADA
R. A. Prascr
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We face   the   Fact   that   the   SELLING   TIME   for   WINTER
CLOTHES   is   growing   short*     Plenty   of   Time   yet  to   wear
Heavyweights, but the time ior selling is not so long.
We  Prefer  Money to Stock,  so  we   are   making  Great   Sacrifices to secure it.    Buyers that look ahead and buy ahead will
FOR THE NEXT WEEK WE WILL SELL ANY
Fancy Tweed or Worsted, made to measure, Suit for $25.5
Any Blue or Black for - - $27.50
Our Stock is moving  rapidly   by   the   Power   of   Cut Prices.     Our   reputation   of   a "square   deal"   will   insure   your
obtaining just  the bargains we offer.
In this Sale, as with all our offerings—you'll find honest value stitched with truthful words.
Special for Saturday
A. C. PYE
Specials for Saturday
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HK\ IKH OK RECEIPTS   .XI)  *
I'ENDITI RES   in mxfl f is
(tl, \ RAH RXIJRIl MAKl-ll
UST. 1911)
Till1     |Hl|,lie   ,|. . iiuhl*. .  >     ||
■ nr, ended     tl..i.!i  II*
Imi.* ...nn* iu ham]
11 ■  total   revenue t.i   iii,  ,
ilttrii      In*   pi-rtoil itiiili*!    roi li « v..
"•.-  I,; it "i. nl     whirh   ihr     Rust
Kmitcnn} ili-in i    , nnfrlhiiti il Hiss
* - . being thr ihinl ' "i *
Irlhuloc In   thr   1*1,1111,.
iiisin.i contributed ovri    m- million
III!      lllllll   ..;    11|)H
rcipts   ii..in Innii mii •
I" II ■■'....    ii
ill irlrt    contributed *''''-
Itrri   * . *..    ali ■       .1
 mnl [01 upward] ..1 1801
Hi.   Rn .1  Kootenai  dim
*
I.11111I »,,li
nml lit. .mi   **..il
nm
1;, 1. nm* las
ropetlj   las
.
l.in-iiHi     .1 rail.      " 'i lli|
ROADS, STREETS ami BRIDGES |    Among olhn    itnns ol i*v|u*inlitu
'..liiiii.i.i district n2t,MT-.*.   '" Crannroolt rilptrii-i ,wr,*   thc Ic
I'runbrook ilistrirt . .. 35,0,6.6;   lotting:
hemic ilistrict 30,000.80  Expenses  ol  inquests (E.W
in.* details nl 11 icncnditurcs ur !   t'""M,,,i'• "••-■•I *     "
■ above head in Cranbrooli .t 1
irlrt ii.i.* ..- i"..J|..u•*.
Expenses    "f   Inquests   til.
I   Watt, M.I) 1
!'n. list,   lahoi   mui   team
ii,.ik vi*.   85.01
Sundr.    prrsons,   i.ilii.r nnt)
ir.iiu work 12" "*
i;.*..i. 1...ni superintendent,
*■   at    II;  expenses,
*    -    * I..", is ' ■ '
M      v'nnWortnrr,  bard
11 .ii,*. etc
uml    t'o. hard
*   rti
1     I'      Mrllridr,   powdet
HI ''.:
ti
w
powdei. lo-r,
Keep ol prisoners    it'itv ..(
Cranbrook)
Services    .1-     stenographer
.11   lint,1 13.56
1   It-ran   (holding  court) 15 15
t'ranbrook   public   school      8,766.76
I'i BLIP WORKS
i .1    11    Mellride   is |rj re
lis 85      pairs . -   3M.88
11   .1   Johnson .      68.80
n.no j IMPROVEMENT     OF     OOVERX-
MEX I' RESERVES
1 Mil *i   !l   Syracs .   ... *   12.85
n   1   .lohnson 70.su:
t   Kerton .        1.85
1: JMI*: PROTECTION
James llatt*s (salarj and es
penscsj        I   II83.0H
KARMERS'  1NSTIT1 IRS
''lltlllili.tik-Krllili*.       lllllll   ill
-**-*S«-.
«"'            I
1:   11   \shworth (secretary).
il   II.    Ashworth (rollcctinx
rrportsj	
Vgricultural       Association,
Cranbrook   ..        	
Destruction       *>(     wolves,
I.", 10 j   panthers, I    tnbrook.    '"•■ Wl
PRINTING    VOTERS LISTS.
Mini;IN       ORES!  FIRE
Kir.k   '.'
"'" akerv
1   1.   *;
Pr. spei tor           .         ..    .*■ 165.00
;   ... 1     K-rnir Free Press . . •   00
-...-.   '.:   Hawkins (janitor)   490.00
" ....    ..   Snankland    (Rd  plebis-
-   --      * Ile)  50."'
I.   .
lens. * * ,.vi *.
i.i.
'.    .il propi  ■ *   '.i\
ii *... |pt    ..', I..
11 Hi ■'
■ tl
1.n.ii .rn in, 1 i-i limbec Iii
rn spe, 'Ml     i'
■    ■ 1 m    ii. I,    lumped
„i   -1 '•:** '."I   :l
1 ii- lotnl    . xpcmtitiiri    li
I'i 1 mil under    review ia placed      al
16,110,901 .... leaving a Burpltt       ol
in.nn,'   ovei     rxpentltturu
, 13 is
I li. . hi. 1 llrtns ni expenditure urn*
ns lollows:
Public vmiks <;i.11:1.si:.:ii
Education .... .    587,035.01
Public ili'lil ... . .     570,013 I'i
( ml govorntnenl (sal*
nrlcs)      380,700.87
In    Rust   Kootenay   tin* principal
ii,*uis nl expenditures were ns     ("1
lOW!
Proilnclnl police $14,010
li.itrriiiuriil ngenry    (Oolden)   9,000
(liivi-inniriii     agency     (Cranbrook)  7,11011
(iiivrrtimriit agency (Fernio)...   3,lun
EXPENSES OF ELECTIONS.
Columbia dislrirl  » sir, it;
Cranbrook district   1503 i»
Frinir dislrirl     U09.00
ami   Mi Donald,
powder,   IttRe, ft.'
S   Hanson      powder, luse,
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Port..     Mien    l.iiinlii'i   I'.. ,
1! 1 - 'Kin - i'i. . Ium
1., 1
\   Doyle, lumbei
I'   I.uml. Illl  ' ■
Wat tsbul *        I innii,!    I'i. .
lumbei
it    1     Worden,   learn hire
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i'  tt 1    tean , etc
I    tt     Drew,     i.aiii hire,
M.i* k.nullum;
11  tt   linn, blacksmlthlns
t'ranbrook    Trading    Co.
Dn, etc
KeuHel    ami    Esser    Co.
level, rd'  	
It  II   Short, mull signs
1   II   Mi Lean, stoves    	
1:.  c  ('un.   painting toni
house 	
Hums Kins.,  1:11111   tlimts
\. c   Bowness,  watrr bar-
w. II     Wilson,   rrpnlrs to
compass	
Scagcr Engine    Works, re
pairs to gasoline boat ....
Vi. Jewell, hauling tools ..
C.     P.    I!.   I'n,    IrrlRlit
chargos 	
.1.     I*;.     Wade,      trrlfiht
charges 	
i'     T       ttiulr.     Irelghl
charges 	
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O. T. Rogers   I63.J8
W. R. Worden   25.ou
Hill and Co  26 no
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STYLE C. SEE NOTE
AN UP-TO-DATE ARRANGEMENT
OF  THE HAIR
MODEL AND DESCRIPTION BV MISS D. DONOVAN,
BOSTON TOILET PARLORS,
HOSTON, MASS.
Ladies who know New I upland and Boston in particular will
recognize MISS DONOVAN, who supplies the above model as
among lhe lx'»i hair dressers in the East.
Style C The hair is parted and waved The side hair
is pinned back to the crown of the head and the ends made
inlo puffs The main part of the hair is lied at the back oi
Ihe head and divided into strands These strands are rolled
into pulls  coiled * * braided
For this dressin    rats frames or false hair are unnecessary
Newbro's Herpicide
The World's Host Wonderful Scalp Prophylactic
Everj "'' admirers nlceltafi .uni cirri *A..m.,n wants 11      11 *eard "i   .1 conslsleatand ren'ilur use "1 NEWBIWH
HERPICIDE.    This rrmedjr prcscn.es the hair,   destroys    the    dandi icalp rlcan and sanltarj    ilafr that Is dull,     .v-■•;,
lirtttlr ami Iii* less becomes, through lhe uso ol HERPICIDE, clean, bright There Is iiothini quite ns handsome .is a     «?   |«r
Ice innii   ul : iini.il. IluR; bail     HERPICIDE doe« n.,t stun* ,.i .i>*     1 mosl Instantlf. (lenulne Herpleldc is       ,•}?   &
dispensed I.*  ..11 Ihi   besl hail dressers .*\i*riwhirr. Oentlemcn will find II - nil importam l,.irb**r shops.
un
THE BWT SKfti'POn ?0AP ASD MOST
PERFECT ":•!*: ril'i THE HAIR.
Don'l use .1 cheap .i|i [01 -limn
poofnjt llcrplcide \septic Tar
tnuii.-s 11 -...li. iiriiini lather .onl .1.it'll. .I iiiirtn tin* bait i.t scalp There
is nothing loi tti
Ni. lady ia* appreciate tin* iml
...iiifiiii nl linn dressers withoui a
Herpleldc L'omb.
•sk youb nnucDiST ihicht ihisi thincs
NOTE.—The llerpleldi
"Herpkidc's the remedy ol repule,
So accepl Ihee nut a substitute."
ONE 00UAR SIZE B0TTLTS '0!*   AND CUARAIiTEED
BY All DRUCCISTS.
See Window Display nt
BEATTIE-MURPHY CO., Ltd.
Mr *
.-,* YAY-*¥& *?
Spoeinl   \* * .
.—    **pr iff tr ^  *.'
..iii|i.inv have arranged uitli Uie leading hail dn t'nunlr] 1 n Im  \ A i.*^'^*.    * *rc
Hon ..I ilu* latest and must approved model  ... * l-adles aba        .^'^V'"" '
<5«^-!>at*VaO*
a.I..pi ilu*.i*   iiit*** will iiii. 1 il..* sal isl.t.tint. „f being tn perfect vogut
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■■.*»jni <;i(ANBUOOK   JI KHALI)
ouAxnaooK iieuald
Uy tin- lli'ialil   Publishing Company,
I . .!. Deanc, Managing l.tlitui.
CHANBROOK, B. C, January 26, 1911
majority ngainsl    Lord Robert Cecil
at ihi'   recent election, tlte following
disereditable elreulni   Ih being      ills
tribnled:
North Cambridgeshire l nioiilsts
<'all to \rms
As an .englishman and n true lovei
rn' rail play 1 appeal lo nil nn Fcl
low-supporters to al unci' dispense
with Radical labor, lo Ignore all
Radical tradesmen, bj nu means
support any Radical ttincliim, eon
tribute nol tine farthing lu mi) Rod
ii-.il charity, and, finally lu he sure
ami boyeotl ihr Itadieal member of
tbe Church of Kngland The old age
pension lie Is thr rool ol lhe Itadieal
success.
i mini ilii' lies ol Uadlciils
Th.' election bnlh procluimeil,
Cull up employers of Inbui
I'., boyeotl the traitors iinmed
M     is    ollegetl    Mini   during   the
Christmas season a mule ol li - 1
systematic boyeotl his lueti um. I...I
in bj ,i number 'I i'ie '■■* 'II . - do
I'orieK, wlm, main nl llieiu, hat
iipetil) expressed Ihelt intention - i
not dealing furl hei wilh Liberal* "
i    Km ns. ilu'    millionaire meat
man, has been git oil:   mil a verj  un-
plcasanl statement   relative tu meal
lees during ihr recent visit  in   the
■asl Cat is reported! as having
i.l   ihai, .in    account ul lhe hanl
Intei in   Alberta    ami   consei|iienl
ie   in the    price nf hnj  .md utliei
fodder, tht   price of heel would make
.i material  advance in Ibe neni     fit
Port   ami mutton   will     also
I- up ih.-  ..'.ile Inn  nut i.i such a
giejil extent as beef
The liii.il i.-pnii ni tin' ltoyal Com
isslou -a    lni|iiirj uu Tlmbei    ami
Korestry has been    issued aud makes
cry instructive rending.   The report
. before the   legislature nt Its   pre
enl session   fur    consideration, the
nderstandliig being   thai  legislation
to um- effect in iis recommendations
ll li.-   deferred    until nexl spring
Mi'  this uti |t   mat.   II   is certuilllj   up
lu ihe lumbermen ol tlie province tn
carcfull) exnminc this report, Some
ol ih.- recommendations nppenl in
lhe uninitiated as heing cinineiitlj
l-rnetieal, notably those witli h-Iji
.-me i.i the establlshiueiil ul a Dr
total revenue from game licenses,' partnienl >>i forests aim im the I'i"
nue-tenlli of the total revenue from teet Inn of Koresls l-'nun Kire In
law stamps, nne-tenth ol (lie total reference lo a Department of Km
revenue from    llic revenue '.i\.     anil jests. Ibe reporl  says, in part;
Iw. fiftlis ..I    llie lotal receipts from      "We, youi     commissioners, rec	
loynltj on eoal     These ligurcs prove -mrttd    tbe enactmenl nf    a forestry
<SIE§1&^ JUBEL>
EDITORIAL NOTIS
i'lu- ptiblic accounls of the prov
ince do not ustinllj pro, ide pui lieu
Inrly edifj lug   reading matter,     The
statistician ami   lhe ] nallst   have
In pom over prutlui lions ol ibis
character in tin- rums,- ,(f their regu
lar iluilj .I'* ucivtlnns, bill, preferablj.
Hn- average man leaves all --in h pub
Ifcalions severelj alone The lasl
issue nf ih.- provincial public ,w
counts, how evei. provides reading
man.-I j.i verj greul Interest, an.I
i'\i remelj iust i active, if evei \ re
snli'iii in the greal Kasl Kooteiiaj
di ■ 11' i L'.lse\vhere in Hns |nmie wc
reprodui e from the latesl repni i a
lol nl luiu.'s that tell lu tin mosl
Impressive ami aulhorit.ill\e mannei
m ilu- gruwlli   ui ihis section nl the
province, .iml     nl lent I Hi has been
dm i in! it. certain othei eviilem es ol
Kusl Kooteiiaj '* Krou ih .is exempli
In il In li ;itn - i|llnteil in ihis lasl
r.'jun i Whilst in mu review n| the
publli an oiinls, elsewhere in tins
issue, we place Knsl Kootenay a ■
third m poinl nl revenue production
in ihe provim j , m Fairness Kasl
Koolennj should j >Jlm, seeniul, foi
the Cassior district, which we have
placed lirsst, is made up nf fn i: i!i
trlets, Prince Rupert, Tcleuiap'i
ri.,.;,, ii,, .-ii,,n ami \tiin, In i.hici
the land sates afniie nmuuitt  *.. ncai
h *%'* .mm, conseipienl upmi ,\,e con
striiclinn ol the flrnnd Trunk i'i. iln
railwa. However, despite ihi*; iliv
advantage Knxl Koolennj district1*,
showing r- reully remarkable \
eompai ison of Ihe total receipts
from various sources in iln- different
districts, shows that Kasl Kootetiuj
eonlrihiited one sixth ol the lutnl •>■
venue from laml sales, niie-fiflb uf
lhe lotal revenue hum trnde ami
litpior licenses, oue   (mu Hi    ol    Mu
ch hv ihr government Thai ihr N'eweomes," "i'endeunis," and "Es-
work may lie performed in a iliui mond," in it-, lonely beauty. Surely
ougli ami systematic mannei its uxe , these would be enough to keep any
cut inn should In- entrusted in a pm laurels evergreen!
Mimical forest organization such as Vint for the moment let us push
thai    proposed   In  us in lhe section 'aside     ihe evidences nf   his achieve*
prett) cnnclusivelj thai Knst K....ii-
iiaj ilistrict (ills a verj Importaul
,in It Ion in ihe revenue pruiliu inn ■ il
culatloiis nf the gu ver amen 1 am!
this being tin- ease it will In- entirely
in ordei fin llm. W Koss, Tims.
Caven ami A 1; Carson ■, our repre
seulaMves nl \ l< toria, lu make -1.'
mauds [nr a generous refund ol these
contributions in tin- shape oi npprn
priallons i"i ncces nrj public tviir! -
In view uf iln* very large dmre
Cninhrnnk district contributes tu
the provincial treasurj. Tlm* t*a\
en's pm posed request [01 m lu.eim
im public works, does nol seem .11
all exorbitaiil Let ns Impc thai
ll.m. I'riee Kllison will (tike tin,
view of th.  case
In lhe death ni fl C TniiHlnll,
formerly gold coinmisslonei at Kam
loops, anothei ol thai Intl.- band m
|i|(iii.'ri,, v,!.. j ros ed the |j|.ufis in
(HII2, en route ■ • > 1 nrihuo, I.a., pas ;ed
awa) Ocorge Tunstall was both
physically     ami   tuentalh ,1 splendid
specimen nf maiil il       Capable    "i
■ mini in- am hardship ami of • aring
for hiiii'i li nml. 1 the louglu st . |r.
cumslnnees, he was probahlj (he
kindesi In.11 i.-.l man. despite rnthei
.1 > i>m mannei. tbnl Hi.' interim 1.1
Drill I Columbia hn rn 1 known
(ien. 1..n in .1 fault, throughout bis
I.i; lite I'i ihr interim bis purse
a.1 ... i open i<> the need) ami lhe
< lolhi" ..1. his bnek were nt 'In- ills
p.is.il rn 1' j in 'mi lunate lacking dc
celil I-' ■ ■ i' II. win - iirlallj de*
\j.!.'.i I., 1 liildreit, ■ "■ whom be was
an Inevhaustibb    nppij    n e      for
. ami;        '.■■•   ■■       i  Hi  tall   v. ill In*
soreh    1      1 the old ■ Imers
ami In Im Is id friend* mining Die
yrmn • ■ Ihroughntll      the
provim • ',  b .1 j'.     loyal, li ndoi
.,1! In lll>
Innii ri I ii ■ ■ ' ■ renrrltrtl bj al.
v hu knew
I'olitn    .1. played in Cn [land      at
and vlrul*
In omen      in
\\.   ■    ■   I   .' .  ■ .       ;■    * | ,.| -In    :s I,,
i" -I:-   follow inn 1 Ktrm t    from
ile* London, 1 ■ dm 1 Dail; 1 ron
1.1.
"In  lie   Sort!       I'amln ali'i dilrc ill
.all. in provide for the creation of a
! 'pari 111 en I ol h'oresLs. Th.' litle
a    tlm chief    commissioner of land-.
I1..11I1I In* changed     in eliiel commis
ionei ni lands ami forests, and the
new department placed undei his eon
I roi
"Hritish Columhii 'Uples a posl
1 mu i.f great advantage among lhe
foresl countries of tin- world, for she
an undertake the ian- of hei limhei
resources before—Instead nf ufter—
in.' ami waste have sipinndered the
bulk of (hem It Is within thr pow
ei <>i' hn governmeiil In preserve tb.
presenl forest crop from lire, in see
ihai proper use is made of it by
lumbermen, ami lo safeguard Ihe
(rowing forests 1h.1t will provide the
future crop Nature provides Ihe
most unusual rapidity nf grow Hi
"Since ilir ran- of our forests will
be rewarded bj great results, ami
■amc m any ease this work is ah
...Iiii.I]* essential to the prosper!!} ol
Hn- province, we see plainh that 11
must In- undertaken with lhe utmost
Iboroughness        Tin- natural udvonl
ages nl mir countr)   must   remain  nn
impaired, lhe public revenue ami the
lumbering Industry must both be
protected; in oilier words, a sound
p..ley ol conservation must in- es
lablished ,   "
Future stability, undei
tl,.- circa instances 1 can ln*si in- nolo! tied In launching al the present
time a comprehensive and very defin
ii.- plan >.i action Lnrge appropriations musl In- made and a well man
mil, specialized foresl service hroughl
Into being m tin- province, limn lit)
equipped This service—the Depart*
m.-ni of Koresls nlread) mentioned
above—would nol only in- executive
1 ia<- ni its 1 in.-f functions would b.
investigation, the results of which
would build up an exact know
ledge nl our forests tli.it, inevitably,
would mould and give real stabllit)
1.1 future developments ol pollc) "
Tlie   lonimissinliel 1     dial   wilh   Hi.'
forest lir.- question quite exhaustfvel)
ami practically the wlmie ni iheir re
marks would well rcpnj reproduction
tn these   columns, but at   Ihis     time
span* will not permit more than      a
brief extrai t 01 two, wt-
"Youi     e.iiiimis-.iuiu-is   ii'iominriid
vision, where ihe    Hun   Sell Prim-1 lhat  the general    protect! four
rose mon* than doubled th.*    Liberal |forests from lire should 1 ndertnk
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ANNOUNCEMENT  !
Wt,  l»u- I.,  iiifnrni  iln*  1'iil.lic liml »*,. I.mi'
upeneil  ii|i 11
Grocery.   Fresh  Fruits, and
Confectionery  Store
'in    Ni.rlniiT    Avi'iiiii-   Opposite    tht'    Fire
Hall    Wl nolir.il it sliiin* nf ymir palronnga
Dii.1   L'tiai.-'iiift.    I'nii*.    Prcnli    (lomls   uuil
f.nirlimis  tr.-.'itiii.'iit.
WARD & HARRIS
PHONE 210
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j.i um report ilealme, with the cstab-
lisi m nf a Department nf Korests.
We sii^ni'st ihal the province he iliv
uli'il into foresl districts; thai in
each dislriel a superintendent should
conl roi a hody of permanent rangers;
and thai these rangers should ad as
 'inen in   charge nf   patrolling fire
wardens enlisted lnr ihr dangeroii-H
m.mlhs t.i   Ihi' yViU
"Our iiltenl'ioii has been 'directed
In several witnesses and especlall)
In ihr chief lire warden ol ihr prut
ince, in Hi.- dilllcullj Ihal often oc
Jiirs iu obtaining ihr iiccessni> num
hm ni men in llghl a foresl lire, .mil
in ibe facl ihal 111 main cases mm
have refused in work iuiIcm, Ihej
weir given wages ai an evorhilunl
rale To obviate ibis w, would '■■
commend    that, following ihr      ex
ampl Iermany, ami ol   vii is
itales <a Hn- I nimi, th.- permanent
itiresl nlluris shnuld In- given powei
ami author!!) in compel men 1.. as
1 1 in llghlfnif lires wbeitevei ncces
-.ii'*. ihai a [ii'iinlh should be In
lib led upon those wlm refuse theii
anl. ami ihai iln- rate ol wuges paid
ihmihl hr thr ciirrenl rate foi Inboi
in ihr dlstriel concerned
"Ur nrommend Uml in addition lu
local      expenditure      ench    district
.1 1.1 In- charged    with iis due pro
port 1   ollice ami departmental
expense eomiecled w itli this work;
iml thr totnl cost thus ascertained
liould h<- devilled between Ibe Inter*
.■sis 1 oncerued in the following man
ner: During Hm nexl few years, ami
in particular until lhe survey ol
licensed timber lands has been < nm
deled, lie- governmeiil sin uld pa)
half Hi.- lotal cosl in each ilistrict
onl ibe holders of ihe timber lands,
each assi-ssuf in proportion to his
acreage, should contribute Hn- nlhei
■1.Hi lint as soon as ih.- exteiil oi
t!,r unalienated limber lands in am
district has been nscerlained in the
--aiisfucliou nf ih.- Department of
l-'oresls, Un- government should bear
the inll expense ol protecting ibis
'uilion nl ihr ivst'ive; sucji amounl
'."inn: talon in be tin- same traction
. 1 ilu- total ilMii.i expense thnt
the unalienated acreage Is nf th.' lol
..1   district     acreage <>i Umber laml
The remnlnliig    expense si i.i      he
shared equally, between government
..ml   Umber holders,   as in thr pre*
riUCKB-MY'S CliMli.NAKV
nitK.VT i:\ui.isii \i tikh: itoii s
P.  INIH \ .11 l.\   Uth,  IMI
Ihis yeui will sit- Ha- centeiiarj ut
U'illiam Mokepeiue Tlmekerny, horn
.11 India upon Jul) lltli, Ml There
■mII. doubtless, h.- celebrations of a
,.iv notable date in Hnglish literu
luir, ami onee again bis work wili
be welglied in Hie balance "f erltl
eism, l.n mil: ami dead, Thaekeraj
na*.   always    hrm imperfectlj undei
it I       N..1 imiil rharlotte llroute
wrote ihr splendid, fini 1 led I en lion
'.. Hi.- second edition of ".Ian*
I'.yre" did nil) coiilempornr) quite
realize ihr truth *-li*- proclaimed,
that a giant  had .nine among us.
lie wa's decried hy bis own generation as ovei cynical, ami today, hj a
contradictor) iron), lie is blamed for
"preaching" in.,   much.   More    than
  cm! lien I   Krcuchman has declarrd
luiii to he the greatest novelist who
evei existed, hut in Knglnnd no such
pre-eminence is admitted There has
turn a  persistent     tendency to harp
U|imi   Hir ilrfrrls of   his qualities,      an
engrateful want nf generous ris-ogtil
1 ion   m     ihr noble    qualities   them
ielves Tbr superficial reader, who
accepts th.- popular label foi 'lie
hunks In- inns through after his own
dull   fashion,   i>    content  tu regard
1 haekcruy   11   light only      M is
1 ei lainl) a light that never failed,
Hns   uf   a great     satirist, but it 1-.
11) one   i.u.-t ui th.- diamond o| In-
'.'.-IUMS
Dickens   ami    Christmas   an- two
words seeming lo hr bound mil II)
logi ihr' ir. a golden thread, a three
fniil mid      which  will 11..1  hr qilll kl)
broken Veui oftei yeai brings us
lhe old beaiiii nl tbr "Carol," lhe
eiifnl humunit) "i "The t'rlckel ou
' in- I lea rib," in an endless sequent.
ul fresh editions
Hut surelj, some \ ill sny, It      l«
a:,.anal..ii    1..      ,1 I       l li.nl-ii i«\        III
; !,■.,( h ii   a 1 Ir 1st ma   sermon'    His
life   .'..i        I'tleVl nlful,  aial  ll his    0WI1
.m-Ii tu . ...ipr ih. ordeal in bu.
:'ra|jh> has not turn respected, iieith
m nf tl >   win. have attempted   lo
place Ium before us has succeeded
Thr precious sidelights vouchsafed
from time to lime by his own gifted
daughtei have been most helpful, ami
a little    hundl    latelj pabllsbed
"Letters  tn    au    Anioilean    Kaiuih"
have revealed something mon1 than
Mr Lewis Mi! vi lie's portly, dlsnp
pointing volumes Thaekiray will
probabl) await bis Rorster 01 his
l.oekbarl for ever, ami he wuuld he
1 lir flrsl tn rejoice, could he know it
He has had guod cause tn repeat
the famous saying: "I can In- un   my
meat and look al Uie tall man, with
a touch of melancholy in his (ace,
who gave Ihem in us. What does the
creator ui llecky Sharp, ur Lord
Steyne, or Colonel Neweombc say to
US? HOW   lines he slllll  Up liis    gOS-
pel? The answer is unexpected. It
is contained in iwu short words be
used in a letter: "Ile kind." Could
an) he more appropriate to the holy
si asiiu uf Cliristmns? Could any
be    woiihici   i*i lus own significant
name,     "Makepeace I'liaekeiay's
private lire was clouded hy an abiding .u!,,.',\ Th,. young wife he loved In ' hei reason, and left bim
verj li:, j, mth Hn- responsibility
"i ihe i: He dam hi, 1. who were so
deal in him In a single line of
deepesl pathos hr expressed a depth
ul grief, an awed recognition of tlm
dull nf pan.-ni recognition in an in-
icrulable yel divine decreo. "Hod
look from me a lad) deal " lie
imlhelienll) rails it "a doggerel I
made Instead uf doing my 'Punch,' "
tmi Hm exquisite point of view has
probably   comforted    man)     mint her
Thnckcrnj was a gentleman iu the
linesl sense ut ihr word He stood
aside in quiet disdain when be was
blamed—as hi- was blamed incessantly—fm refusing t*. applaud Inferiority
'!!'! medloei il) Itui wlm was ever
" ready in recognize genuine ability, su lir.- Hun) any petty tear uf
mssihlc rivalry? Attain and again
'ij- wenl nni of his way to praise
Dickens wiib a warmth, u comprehension, a complete perception of his
grandest qualities Contemporaries
vere never weary of invidious com-
larlsons;   hm   Thackeray so ungrud-
'"■]. conceded the highest place, we
inn well regret that Dickens, with
il! his overpraise of second-rate tal-
■nl, found nn eulogy to leave to pos-
lerit) in stand beside Thackeray's
matchli ss appreciations.
Ciiarloilr llroute, with all her   In-
tilt ion, did nni fully comprehend the
!• mage of his well remembered word
to lnr     lie had been    lecturing,   she
i leiiing, ami when he left the plat-
'orm In- hurried   to her side with   a
In pereil, "tju'en dlles-vous?" She
nistakeiil) legnrded this act of hu-
iiilit) ns a suii .a concell lie had
in hii.siness I., care for her opinion,
die commented brusquely.     Heal   in-
■: 1 jt should have taught her his
■tieaning.     Detractors are never tired
1 insisting how Thackeray loved a
li t.i. yet, wiih   half   the aristocracy
1 Knglnnd ibronging Willis's Rooms,
c j iinl thinly i..r the verdict of
tbe inn, plain woman who was to
receive her tribute at what he might
\ ll have expected In In- bis own
I'm lords ami ladies fnr*
,01     Thackeray, tn   make a   sort of
■ii-    through   which    ".lane Byre"
■ ed, .ill pale ami neatly fainting
'■■itm     -.hym-ss Hi- recognized her
fur the genius she  was, and therefore
nj sed Mir words she ought to have
.■„..',. n
li, .is saiiiie Di'iive declared, the
all of criticism   be thr ait ai      ad-
lira 1 imi, then Thaekeiay was a
great-critic, Cm he eoulil welcome
■ Tennyson imperially, if he utterly
rejei led lhe platitudes of a Tapper,
.md hr has done ohelsniice to the
greal    painters   in his   unsurpassed
lose, uusoiired by lhe sharpness of
'its disappoint ment (hat he could nev*
1 hi- ni thrm, strive as be might.
If Thackeray, as a man of singula! h lofti ebaraeter, proves his right
t'- give ns   1 iisels uf perfection   at
Christmas, how does he fultill tbe dif-
fleull task"'
ll>. su called Christmas Books
show him at bis airiest, and aim at
nothing beyond perfectly harmless
amusement "The Kicklehurys on
thr Ith ine," "Our Street." "Mrs.
IVrkli Hall." even the enchanting
1 [rj lale ol "The Itose ami the
Kit, ." ai.-    but trifles,   a little dis-
t ■', 11   musl hr roiiiVssi'd, by his
j.\ n Illustrations Vel In- evidently
had an especial nITectloii for Christ-
nas, if to ium it   was 1 Irmly a time
.... 1.1'.'i in 'tlm past and Us
deal memot ies "
There nre main Christmases in his
lories,    awirly   all    touched   with
n 1 bin        >'i   Holoinnll)      There
.... pro -   music in ..ui  laiiguiu:e to
Mir chaptel where, at      the
Mine -a    mu tings,   Henry  Kdmond
ba<;  lo Castlcn I     His re-
vn nol on ihe great dav of
thr N'ntii Itj. but lira 1 il, when in
ih.- pah wIntel sunshine the cliolr
1: ■ anthem, "The) That Sow
1. shall Heap in .loy " The
letidei pn 11 uf forgiveness, of re-
"ni*'ii. "i .1 ..i< red happiness and
calm, broods over those pages lor
evei Few ermoas have been preaeh-
ed hali as Impressive There is no
quality in Thackeray so marked as
lus reverence fur religion, .Orthu-
di \ 01 heterodox, surely the creed
matters little of the man who des-
Jiilieil Helen IVmleiinis praying witb
hn sun in childhood and manhood,
guilt) fleorge Osborne repenting us
be said the Lord's Prayer with his
pure young wife brfore he answered
the call tn Waterloo and death;    or,
QUITE
A
NUMBER
OF
PEOPLE
have  taken   advantage   of   our
101 DISCOUNT
ON AIR TIGHT
HEATERS.
WHY
DON'T
YOU?
There    are  still
some  left.
McCallum&Co.
The Hardware Men
the children were so joyous undei
thc holly and mistletoe: "We who
arc happy, shall we not think ol
those who are good'' We wl\t> Iou-
each other, shall we not remember
those whom we all love?"
Thackeray himself spoke there Mr
reverenced goodness ami hutnlllt),
and he inspired great affection lie
cause he gave it to his friends in
unstinted measure. Someone asked
Tennyson what men had been dearest
to him. "Thackeray, uf course, am!
old Kit/," was liis ready answer,
When the news of his sudden death
on Christmas Eve reached Uie Punch
■Ilu j- where his face had been su
familiar, those who knew bim best
knew their loss to be Irreparable.
Tbe right hand possessed its Infinite
cunning to Un- very cud, and the
fresh charm of tbe unfinished "Denis
Duval" makes us sigh for what
might have heen
It has been said with some justice
that Thackeray at times pushed
satire to its limit. Thete is a see
ond Christmas in "The NYwcnmcs,"
where the horrible mother-in law of
the miserable ('live makes a scene of
such acute painfiiluess some of us
regret it was ever written. Yet al
the close of the chapter there COtnes
a passage which may well be quote*]
here. Who docs not know how mis
fortune hud almost turned the brain
of Colonel Newcuuir, and how his
sun sufli-rcd'* Vet, afler the final
desperate quarrel with Mrs Mackcn
/ie, ('live ean still say, "Clod lorgivr
you," and turn to his tired child
" 'Maria is too busy to put Ium
tn bed,' said Clive, wilh a sail imlle
'Shalt we do ii. father'' Come,
Tommy, my sun*' aud be lidded
his arms round the child and walked
with him to the uppet regions Tin-
old man's 1 yes lighted ap. bis staled
thought returned tu him. he followed
his two ehildren upstairs aud saw
his grandson in bis little tied, aud as
walked home wllb him he lold
me how sweetly llov said   dm  Path
Note the variation in the size of the three
loaves of bread. Quite a marked difference,
isn't it? No. 1 is from SEAL OF ALBERTA
the Faultless Flour; No. 2 is from so-railed
High grade flour; No. 3 is from a second
grade flour. The same weight of flour watt
used for each.
SEAL OF ALBERTA flour makes a larger
loaf because the gluten in this flour ir. of
better quality, and you know that determines
the quality of the bread. Then it will absorb
-jnore water—there will be a greater expansion of the dough, hence a larger, lighter,
ricb.er, finer flavored loaf—qualities you
always seek, but sometimes miss in other
brands. It's all in the flour. USE SEAL
OF ALBERTA. Speak lo your grocer
about it-
Read fcSe next pn.-outicenicnt—it will
have snr.iei.hing of interest
t- rimm mmm »-**■
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So.tk Special Prices on a few lines uf Breakfast Foods.
ItPltnlur   in.*    Now        26c.
Til* ai» A lh. pkni,
liuUten l(u,l .VIi.m: Kliil,,*
Ksiloy Klilko,
llransn! VVIieilt
Mi-niul H'hral
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Now .;"„*.
Now - t.ir 2ftc,
Now 2 (or Ste.
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The Uld P. Wood's
Business.
••••■••••••••••
rnpfpr,    (paries*, nl .uu toe, howevri
powerful     ll*' told us tin* ricgraillag
iiuiii n( mu nit lovcrclgas, carries!
i-rund    praycil   Owl hteM all tlmw | (l(    rt.|(ri|1((    (ir,lltlirk   This I« tbo
Y,hn loved him :is l|n>j |;inl Kim t
n*st. sn these three generationa.
hail .i.ii.ii'ii in Hiai Riipplleatlon; the
Ntrohg man liiimtiliit Im trial ami
grief, whoso loyal liearl was yet lull
nf love, the rhllil nf the HWeet age nf
those htil-' (1IIP8 whom tin- lllcssiil
speaker nl the prayer flrsl hade
come untn him; ami tin- old man
whose hea«t wus well-nigh as lender
and ns innocent, and whose day was
.ipprouehint*     when
slmulil    In
drawn Into the bflSOni nf the Ktilli.il
Pity."
familiar aspeel -if Thackeray, causing
II1I111 io in- hated because he was feni
ni hy meaner spirits
j Thackeray was gnoil as well as
great. He used liis supreme nin
with an honest purpose \ut onl)
I did In- enrich our literature, imt he
'added to tin- long, glorious mil nf
Kngllshnirn worthy of honor in the |
best sense.     Only    recording angels [
know  tl tied of    certain   of his ■
written words.   Unquestionably their
dignity, their  restraint, their polgn-|
Son* DKINKS DRAU US
TO VOU
it yoil ;i|i|iro-iiiti- n nttrn
s|iorkliiifi Iwvornpi',   Timth
in nol nn-»tIht ItiiiuI hi w< II
known oh
ul K DRINKS
\t>u muy onlor nny llnvnr
\->n liku, ono iii 1 i|itilly ns
v*qoa\ oh nnoilicr. H yon
hnvo tn**.it Iftslifl *'ui
I brinks, yon nro surely
losihK'l tn-iil, 1 h'lir t.i iluy
East Kootenay Bottling
Company
A centenary    should nnt he a time
I anl pathos have gone hume tu hoar-U
if   criticism, it     should   he
time
when the mere fact nf iis remembrance speaks fnr itself We talk
Rlibly today uf the hunk nf the week,
r nt best of the honk uf Ihe season,
hardened hy   constant  emit act with
tin- world at its worst
guard agalnsl   my enemies, but    lhe [again,     the    gentle    l.ndy     Jane
Lord   deliver   me from my friends." ; leaching heartless    Becky's neglected
Kor these   Mi-calleil admirers      have   little hoy, ami helping the way-worn
I been Ins ham-   in their itetermiiiaiiiiti   sinner, Itawdon, tn lind peace,
tn   publish iveiy    scrap    uf   willing      Whal   Chiixtmiis   (oast could      be  i___m______^_^^______^^_^^^__	
from his overdriven   pen     Tin-   real  more    appropriate,   more   touching | or nt best of the honk nf lhe season,'   WANTED.—A competent maid    or
Icentenary edition -.1 hi, perhaps, nn    than    thai j*.   the charming French- -but Thackcrny's work is nl the work   Imtisi-kecpcr;   good   wages.      Apply
I ly ton tain the   flower uf bis inngnlfl*   man   welcoming   some    uf the New-1 which abides.     He stands before   us   to    Mrs.    K.   J. Deane, Armstrong
nnt    mind—"Vanity    Pair,"   "The comes    at   his Knglish home, where [erect    and ncornful,    with his sharp   avenue. 42-tt
*X>R SALE
J im* Porbiblo Gtroulnr
Saw-mill anil Pinner
coinplotc. Cnpuvilv
25,000  feat   per  ten
Imiir iluy.
For further pnrtlculnra write,
OA*
Ktljicwnml Lumber Co.. I.nl
Ca.ll.uar, R. C.
49*at THI".   CKASBKOOK    FLBBALD
RUBBER GOODS
The most complete   stock   of   Rubber
Goods in the  Kootenays,
EVERYTHING  NECESSARY
FOR THE  SICK  ROOM
tiea Our Hot Wntor Hollies   Uiobeit ou the market.
A gunrnnteo goes witli everyone.    A 1,1, STYLES
AND SIZES.    Willi und without nttnolimonts,
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
The Prescription Druggists
Cranbrook,
IVIIIilll!  IT  I'MH
i ih;m.
British Columbia
SALE
Of Shop Soiled Goods
At Ridiculously
Low Prices.
When Down Town
BE SURL
And Look In Our
Uargain Window.
RAWORTH BROS.
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTORS
Good Plumbing
Is Nol  \
Luxury
jj MEN'S INVENTORY SPECIALS
*• It   will   pay   you   lo   look   over these   offerings care-
•• fully.    Ordinary prices are much above these figures.
J« Real Bargains
* are    now    placad     before    you.      Make
mind   to benefit  by   these  great   chances.
• •••
em
no
«•
«•
••
isilv
fu
m
CiO
t:
ITou can
lalrbnl to
leet
f\Your Eyes
If you nr,- uol ijljlo to s,
as clearly as you once did, <
ii' your eyes trouble you win*
llsilln tl,,.in. you oitjflil I
have tliem examined nn
|no]„.rlv liltiil  villi ulnss,*:
I
glasi
1  lit vour eye
Hint will ov,
weak or defective
and perhapsolieck oi
tilimlni-ss.
ivejiclit,
LOCAL
larg
juicy oranges ,
NIc       	
I.ml,* and Atchison's.
II   \    Ktmnton,  ol    Windermere,
lias tendered  ins resignation as   jus-
tin* nf the peace, which has teen ai
eepted
California white plume rrlerj and
liol house lettuce nl t*nmpliell and
Manning
Hoy's knickers SI 25.-I-:   A   11:11
A ghost pai ly Is the latest intio\ ;
tlun ..i thc \*i'n.i rink The >JtM>U
arc tn assemble nexl Monday i'Vi n
ing
Juicy Florida grape ti iii nl Kink's
Pure Pood Grocery.
Ktvil Reeves anie dinci
dermeri on Monday and
in town   i : ■ next *-a
when he   will likely  la
in iln- i.i.)'.? cities
Two third : (rimmed
i>ry .it Mi' rei  ■   11
\ meeting n( the It -tall Mi ■ .. ■  ■
di sol la tion n ill be hi Id In tl
i   \   parlors mi Prldw  hu:,      i'
N o'clock
Boy's knlcki     (1.35-1     \   Hill
\h   nnd     Mi      H
':
■
iiiiui
returned homo Calgary on Saturday
'rhe nawlj married couple have tak
en uji their residence on Armstrong
avenue.
Tuesday evening next H. A. K.jsit
presents at the Auditorium "A Stub
born Cinderella," bis closing prodnc
tion. ' Tbis is a first-class show,
full of fun uiul good music, nnd Unit'
should be ;i bumper house.
Cfty Clerk lioulton, ol Pernio,
charged wiib misappropriation of thu
rily's fluids, bus been sentenced to
nm* year in Nelson jail. This comparatively light sentence was due to
Iln* fact thai Roulton is a very sick
mail, bis lungs being affected,
(In lo Little and Atchison's for
choice cucumbers ami lettuce,
Bishop Mi'lVmiiT, of New Wesl
minster ami Kootenay, was a visitor
in town Ibis week. 'I In- bishop wav
returning from Pernio, where be had
dedicated ilu* m-w church. During
bis slay in lown llie bishop was the
guesl of Kci   K V  Plowelling.
.Ium llilnk—a nine dollar hai Un
three dollars at McCreery Hros.
There will In* a meeting of llie
home department in the Baptist
church tomorrow (Friday) afternoon,
al ; 3d, addressed by Dr. E. W Con
iiulh on a subject of special In teres I
to mothers, All mothers and teach
it- ol tho young arc cordially Invited
to bf present.
Jusl arrived—Assortment hoys'
khfekcr-s All sizes; $1.00 and *! 25
-K   A   Hill
•'Tin- Invincible Sword" i- thc Sun
day evening subjecl "f \'<\ ■ 'harh s
IV King's address in the Bapti:
ehurcb Morning subject: "Jesiif
Touch and Word ul Bower al Sain "
Hubbard squash nl Flnk*s !'■ *
Pood Orocerj
Mi   *i   w   Breeze, nl   Krickson, B
i   . ■      taken   ehar«c ■ -, Ihe  C P 11
house here      Improvements,
nol n   few. are   undei w ay foi
i| tlir patrons
j Irdi • ■ taken   roi   drj oi
b       t|iiality ami    doltveml
j .i' i| bi II  ni     M
nf Cl     ' .h'l'.h
. m i day evening oi thi<  wii
■  idei    way s  and    n
i h ; k ehurcb lo teal
IVhllsl   in i deflnltr   d
was arrived    .it. thc mm toi i ■   liil |
ration anil al   m    wli
*    I. ipi i  tn have the *
indci way
Medicines that anl nature al
ways most effectual Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids nature
fu restoring the system to .. healthy
condition, Thousands lune testified
to its superior excellence, Sold by
all druggists and dealers. 4C-tf
Hubbard squash at Campbell    aud
Manning's,
Mr. ('. St. Jacques, of Wardnet,
was in town last week. Mr ('.
St. Jacques was showing some
photographs ami drawings of certain
mechanical devices ho has recently
invented and upon which lie is seek
ing patents. Mr. St. Jacques hns
certainly an inventive turn of mind
ami these new appliances promise to
fill long felt wants in ihelr respective fields, •
Big reductions iu men's suits      at
K   A. Hill's
Mr. James Winn, immigration olliccr at Calgary, and father of K. s.
II. Winn, the well known Rossland
barrister, dropped dead in Calgary
last Salinday afternoon, of heart
disease His son, K S II Winn,
passed through town on his way to
Calgary on Sunday to attend the
funeral. Mr. James Winn enme to
Calgarj some twenty years ago from
Cobourg, Out , and for a time followed ilu* business of a plastering
contractor. Lata he was appointed
in iln- position nf immigration otli
■ i. which he held up io the present.
He wns about seventy-five years old
and i- survived b) lus widow, a
daughter, who lives in Seattle, and
two sons, Chns i . of Calgary, and
Eldon, oi Rossland Ile has been
married twice. He had been lor al
mosl a lifetime prominent in Mason
ii work, and was a past master of
Perfection  lodge,  holding at presenl
the posl tii f chaplain     He *>.i« an
enthusiastic curler, nnd up to a
couple ni \.,n- ago took an active
interest in the game There were
few men In Calgary who had such a
large number of warm personal
Friends, says the Calgary Herald.
SEW     LAID   EGOS    THAT   WK
i,i VHANTEE.—Little and Atchison
25 per cent   discount on Baby Rose
I Imogen china al the Kink Mercantile
It is an ul-Buluto' in i
would oare io ial..- ':
mtmt of living \\,
every plutnbiaR m k1. or
Correct Faulty Plumbing
We give prompt
vice    Wi- tiiku l
if you
enjoy-
install
■llini'iil Bel
^^^^^^^^^ J iins IH
our Oustomors bhI ihI tetion Tin*
arc our besl mil uN !*■• innit.
If ynu hav.' any p'
done, you will bu
motipy l»y giving us
MJCfl.
llHMK tO
tillH'     HI
nr order
PATMORE
"The Range
Bros.
Store"
liri*n Ijroiighl ,ij,
■viler** ilcnth iii
in
M,
I'll.
'■ij, Ti'Sns,
Tin* funeral
services were comltictcil l»j  [lev. Mi
[-layman, nt tlie    ('liurcli ul Kii^la
in tlir absence nt llie 1MI1.ilisi n
isicr.      Tlie following lejiri-scntttl
Creston residents acted iih |inll he
ers:    Messrs.    Prank*   II ,    In
I.i-ni'iiii'iilii. George [Inbden, -Ian
Slocks, tt'. K Brown and Ml ililj.
Deceased was a prominenl nieml
,,[ Ilu*    Creslon-Krlckficn llillr     i
up    your
LOOK AT THIS!
10 dozen   Colored   Flannel  Shirts.   Sizes
Worth up to $2.50.   Now
15  to  17-
$1.15
Men's All Wool Mitts
VERY
SPECIAL
25c.
• mi.
Halt
arte
i llieii nncsl
I years       hi'
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«u:r RAZORS WILL GIVE VOV A SMOOTH, Cl.KAN
SHAVE.
WK ••SHAVED" O.Hi PRICES WHEN WE MARKED OUR
HARDWARE.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE BUSINESS, BECAUSE WE "HANDLE" THE MOST RELIABLE
BRANDS AND KEEP ON HAND A FULL STOCK.
VOU CAN FIND IT AT OUR STORE.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE.   CRANBROOK. II.C
ol iln  Moun
*.uii Lumbei     Manufacturers assocta-
i ... !n held ii; Selson next Mon
llaj. .ii"i will    proltably wilm  - thi
lai (est nat her ing of    member-*) In the
asffoi la tion     Ttien?
■ mills in the mcmbti
hip nf tii.'   association, nnd the Im
portancc ol   tbe nubjecl to u-     dl»
roui ii ;'■■! ei p
nsiiall) ndan v      Thc   lis!
i nf topii h i,1111:111; up im ludi s those <■[
timbei legislation, the rt porl "t   the
tion, tin-   reporl     of
the Insurance  commission, protection
hi lumber nnd   rcclprocilj    Tho an
j n.i.il   reports  will    also be received,
and in j nnncctlon with Ihem ihe oul
look mil hi* discussed     The election
il .•■ihi   . will also lake place    Otto
: l..it'liniJii.ii.   «•(   Irrowhcad, is prrttd
del •   ami    Oils   Staples, ul IVycIlffip,
■ ii • pn sidenl
Uj In : ur. t, sour, nherkln pickles
ui bulk, iiij pei qunrl ai Campbell
.imi Manning'i
W wil n - \ rompcten( maid n!
••iht, K I    wogl •        \ppl\  Mrs   V
i   Deanc,  VrmitronR Ave II tf
h   .1   Khn.i arrived home on Mnn
■ i.iv nlghl Irom a business irip to
'in.i n and m Paul Mr Rlmet
wai partli ularlj Impn wed by th.
increased and reallj up-to-date knon
ledge "i flrftlsh t'olumbla affairs,
particular!) Industrial dnvelopmentn,
thai now characterises the businrts
men one meets in either ol tin-
two hm \merlcan cltlei he vlsltwl
Vears ago one bad in explain just
whin- Cranbrook, ot for tb.it mat
ter, whore Kasl Kootenay, was tm
the map, non Mr, Rimer finds tlmt
the avoragc btislneui man nl Chlcagn
nr St. Paul is pretty well up tu-dnte
concerning what is doing in all parts
ol tbe province ant) can discuss Intelligently lumbering operations
around Wardner ->. Rlko, mining
operations nl Moyie nr on Sheep
('reck mid toll of the latest real es
lute deals in ('rnnhrotdc
Kort Steele i^^^^^
Little ami Atchison, hoadi|Uarteri
lur all kinds nf fruit
STNWcli Tti I.l
nf same applv to
ranch,
;   Tlie funeral nl tin
Mian took pine
duy afternoon,
CALF.    Owner heard
McDonald   Hrm seems
Hi edv
laic W  S  Ityek l.n Is i
snciittinii and wa-
shuts Kor sum
was in tin- 77Hi
illan     Itillcs,    ip
down, Oil!.,  where Ii
tbe business of sasl
lecturing. On mm
lion lie shot mi tl
'cams inr selecting
si-illative team from
nark ni respect the ;i
Hon provldetl a funeral
tired tlir.r volleys ovei lhe rave.
The suns of iln- deceased, inchnlinq
Fred, of this city, were prescnl .il
In- funeral together with Man (tin
ton, uf ihis city, and Vrthnr Iturj i
ol Perry ('reek, brntbers ln-la'v
It will   pny  you to Invi itlnle Mi
Creery Urns   luveni .;    || ■■ al
FOR SALE -\ Mi ....tt and mud,
too small f'»r owner; very rlteftp, Ap
ply Box 7, Herald offia- l*-2t*
When given as as the grnupy
cough appears ' ham 111 Iain's Cougl
Remedy will ward off on attack n
croup and prevent all danger ami
- auso of anxiety (1 ousands oi
mothers use it Bua-essfully. Sold lit
all druggists ami dealers Hi ll
HO.MKSTKAI) P()R SAI.K.-One
bundreil and slxl. a< n of good land,
cry little clearing, situated on
Ragle Lake, Chflco River; close to
Skinner's ranch Price *7 SO pel
acre. One dollai pei acre cash
balance one, two, three and four
vear- Foi full particulars write to
!' 0 Hu\ I7SG, Vancouver.
il  C ii it
•'\ Stubborn Cinderella," which
eomes to tho Opera bouse nexl Tues
■i.n evening, made a greal hit in
Victoria last week The Colonist's
dramatic i rllb, in thi i oui ie "f ,t
loin; review, remarks Then- was no
plot to speak nf ■' \ Stubborn Cin
derella" is a iorl ol oubrette sermon on     the immortality   of Inno
■ eliei- ,)ug-|   |,.i aui P      Tatlv  l.tslie
knew    nothing,    !'     Id   nnd     did
things whleb otl II, would    ii
thej    could—and    couldn'l    if Ihey
would!     \s the plot   -j!  thicker Ibe
eostumes gol thinnei       Hul nobodj
could take offence    ivbcfe none   was
Intended     Tho * n- t   tl nine*    was
disquieting to (host    I us «ho   had
been broughl    up    on Innoci nl if ti I
Hut apart from tbi im irlatlng     In
lluenee  ol     Impish   nnoeence,      \
Stubborn Cinderella"   is one of   the
brlgbtesl nml   mi rrle    musical com
-dies on the mad       ll ll iust a |»v-
mis medley of mirth .   i musfi
:.iieH nnd girls, with dainty dresses
and ihln inns dot Tl ih      Hi-
acting of Chas \ ' etller's com
;i.inv was k I, (hi iii ing and dancing of the *!■-1r■■ ■ as even bettei
It was worthy oi .In pph Howard's
haunting mush . wbb h i^ "say ,ng
some." Miss Ooldsmlth's delightful
ing in the lirsi at t, ' ! ove Mo -Ins'
Because," was sung in a w.if thai
needed no "because " But when
Miss Kiike sang ti r In tinting wait,
song, "When Vou First Kiss thc
l.nst Oirl Von Love," you wen* still
• ni the stalls though you lelt up
above Miss Hazel Klrke as Lady
Leslie (Hie "Cinderella") proved her
self a "prtmma donna" loo good foi
uiusieai comedy and too charming
In ihe exquisite finale of
net, lii»th tlie singing ami
tin spectacle ol Mis- Klrke presented
' will he Ium; remembered to all   win.
FOR THE BOYS
10  dozen   Boys'  Sweaters,   assorted   colors    open   and
hitfh   neck       Worth   up   to $125
To Clear at 75c.
A RARE BARGAIN
Men's English Made Underwear, Shirts only in purr wool
Good Value at $2.50.    Now only $1.15
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry  Goods and Clothing Stores.
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I'MIMVAI. AT AHKNA   liINK
Tliu Anna llink company is i,,
congratulated mi the success of
fancy ilrcss carnival on Monda. evei
I IIR
l*'iill.v two liuiidnd people turned
oul in costume and there would Ih*
ilini.st as many again watching thi*
-katiiiK
Tlie Judges had a most dldlcull
'ask to lurk out th,* winners oi llic
prizes in ihr rarious classes and
il was only after a Ion*! consulta*
tion that they decided on the (nl
:,'Wlm;:
llest iady's    cottutni—Miss llannl
ton, Tambourine.
Ilesl    Renticiuan's   eostlim. — A      I.
JlcOermot, Itoman Soldier
llesi girl's costume—Marlon I.eiteii
Palrj
11.-st lioj's   costume— Bertie   Hall,
Indian
Comic costume— N \rmstrong,
Dan Patch
The t'runt>r,,nk hand wai, in attend
ince and added greatly to the erui.y
■i.iil ol the skaters
It is proposed to hold aimtbci cni
nival shortly and lhe rink manage
ment may he assured that provided
Ihej give the public suHtcleul null"*
iiu*, mil haie even a hljtuer crowd
than on Mmiday nicht, as a lar.;,
number "i specUton expressed ;'"
I* termination to mm out tn costume
Pernio ni   f..r opera
'. lhe seei.ini
ll till
ne\l carnival
I1ASKKT ll M.I.
Thei
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ill matel
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near (uture between ■
two good
e.lliis
\  ladies match is
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lust
rerciied—A   Iresh
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IIIHIS   aim,,dates -I.itlle ami
on
HilVS IIUKIMH
City of CranbrooR
SOW I HEREBY    <il\'ES
tbat *■:.    . March 7tb, 1911,
the Court   of ■   for th>- Muni-
■ Ipalitj    '   • ol Cranbrook,
U.    c . v.ill   be held In   the C  ic ,;
Cbambei     i I    a it . at 10
■•'.: thi  ptirp   ■  • I
revising thi        ■    mi al :■ : the Cltj
1 ■   niaUoi;   torn-
plaints airains*. their Assessment! ar*.*
required thi : protests      In
the '     the I Itj Clert (10)
days prei I       I    I     Hi l   Ittin?   o(
the Courl
Dated  at   Cranbrooh,    H  C . 'bis
:• •    :..*  ■ I   ' . wry, 1911
I. M   ROBERTA
IMt C  M  C. ,
_Asaya:Neuru;r
Nervous E-dausticn
Grief ai:d worrj. drain t!
votts ■* *.*;::, ivjth ,1; :     *
' -V I '-:■     The sign
interest, :. k ol" -■;
nia.Tluc!.:; rented; :
md uervc repair. ".'.	
f.'.::.   isanJi  .' .
cur*-.  ItfeetUtbeaen,    ....
ilu.*p. luiclccus th
digestion, ruiort*; nerve *.:....
*i.*iO per bottle.   Obtain ft ...
the local agent.
BEATTIE & ATCHISON
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1 ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
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HEAD OFFICE     -    MONTREAL. QUEBEC
Capital Paid Ip j6.joo.,„k, Kefcri
l"l«l Assets. Over $95,000,000
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leei nexi Saturdnji aftert n nl ilu
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Ki|iiall\     rharmlng was 'h
\t Miss Lilhaii  iI'ildMiiitli, H
at Crrston nn Satui   dest of soubrettes nnd daintiest    nl
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GROCERIES
AND
PROVISIONS
lilVK IS A TIIIAI,.
T. K. FUTA
OPPOSITE OINT       PHONE 211
A Q00D FRIEND
In in. j- ' I ri.'* 1  • 11 i   .■■ .-
ill Kaoderton'i Moan tain
In-.i Good JodgM tf i
n» tl *-n tMi whUkej I-i
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Sandersen's Mountain Dew
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A  Good   Home j
is wh.it it iloar to i-vitv mnn,   A bomo ♦
ia where Ponce, Comfort, Ooittontmont *
aii'l Plenty is foitnd, That is tin* reoioii
men thrnnffhont British Oolumbia, whi*n
"CronbrooV1 ia tnontioned think «>f the
provisions Jos, Brnnlt boi made ("f an
ideal home nl Uio
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Canadian Hotel
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B.C. CURLING ASSOCIATION'S BONSPIEL
Tin* fourteentli animal bonspicl oi
tha It. V furling association closed
last Saturday, everybody in attetul-
ance having; enjoyed n thoroughly
good lime, tbe visitors, m particular:
being lmiil in their |lraise o( thc
hospitality extended Ihem by the
t'ranbrook curlers,
The results in liiu various events
are given iu detail in thc fallowing
tables, as ulsi> a brief resume o(
the banquet and smoker held at the
Hotel Cranbrook uu Friday evening.
tin behalf ol tho N'elson delegation,
.Im* Thompson stated lhat ilu- (Jran
brook curlers excelled oven the Kast
Kootenaj 's well known hospitality
iu tlie manner In which tliey entertained their visitors. Every ellort
he said, was made tu make the members nf the links trom outside points
comfortable uud Hie bnnquel mi the
hist night ni the n 11,111 was tin- last
word  in sportsmanlike hospiiiilitj
nu I'Vldaj nighl last ilu- local
curlers entertained tbo visitors lo
the bonspiel al a hanquei uiul smok
ei in tin- I'rnnbrook boiel Vflei
all bad satiafied Hn- itiiici man with
the goud things pul before litem in
llusi lloRgnrth'a hesl style, .lodge
Wilson took   iiu- llunl tm ilu- smok
el
lu liis opening remarks ihe chairman explained that us President
Iloggarth hnd unfortunately losl his
voice nu Uu- link In* (the judge) had
heen called upon to preside, although
In- bud little more voice than the
president
II.- could truthfully say thai in all
tlu* bonspiels In* hail attended hu
hud nevei met such a bunch ■'* good
fellows anil sports They were nob*
h    upholding Ihe traditions o!      thc
great game of curling and he was
sure they would go homo sober as
all good Scotchmen du and ever re
member tbe good time they bad lit
Cranbrook,
lie liml lhat day received a letter
from Sandy McCowan, who staled
thul although be regie!led he could
nut he with them he hoped next year
to gel together a Canadian Northern
link in Winnipeg ami bring them up
here.
At Ihis point a telegram was hand
ed in asking the Cranbrook hoys to
gei links together ami attend the
Vernon honspiel
Mayor Hunt next spoke a tew
words of congratulation to the visitors on the splendid showing thej
hud made in the honspiel
II .1 MeSweyn wus loudly applauded tor his song "Holt on Deep
Sea "
Mr DeWoll nexl favored with a
ver> cleverly executed clog dunce,
und by way of an encore danced      a
Scotch reel
t'aptaili Itolieltson, on hehali ot
the Nelson men, thanked ihe local
curlers for the hospitality extended,
remarking that they had enjoyed the
time of iheir lives during liieii stay
in Crnnhrook.
I'ete llllllllen, of  Nelson,  who    was
greeted with frantic cheering, in the
course of a luminous speech, which
kepi lhe assembly in mars ..i laugh-
ler, bnik several of the curlers to
tusk fnr llu-ir sins of omission ami
commission, A mnn was no good
as ii curler unless he could shout.
It wus unfortunate far Mr. McSweyn, bul lucky im others, tbnl
he had been hilled for a song at this
ii ting as no doubl     Mr. .MeSweyn
had     been   saving his   voice for  the
'song, which had so pleased everyone
u few minutes ago. lie had enjoyed
his visit immensely and had goi
such respect far George Ifaggnrth's
lulling abilities that lie was deter-
iiil I lo go with him to Switzerland next yenr as u ll.c. representation.
| Col, Walker, speaking for Calgary,
said that he had been al tending lion-
spiels for twenty live years, but had
never enjoyed one so nimh before.
Hi- congratulated lite Cranhrook citizens on having   sucb a bunch of good
[fellows as ihe   local curlers nmougst
Ihem
Mi Uii.i'i.il, of l.nthhrldge, in the
course uf u witty speech, remarked
that curling originated iu Holland,
bin Scotchmen had been trim to lhe
well known nail in their characters
of acquiring anything good and improving it.
Dr. King staled that he hoped at
Mime future dale to he able lo Hud
the time lo learn the game, whieli
was capable nf producing sn much
good fellowship nni'iugsl both young
men uml old men
Mr Muii. Lethbridge, remarked
Hull curling was about the only
game he knew to lu* free irom pro
fessionnlism und was proud to In*
iu Cranhrook  ns ;i Lethbridge curler.
He hoped  lo enme ilgnili next, year
lo Thorn, rn' Trail, had enjoyed
bis visit Immensely uud suggested
tbat the bonspiel lie held iu Trail
nexl year, when the people of Hint
sporl-lovfng little town would try
haul io heat the record of Cranbrook
in entertaining visitors.
During the evening K Hulk-all,
piano, nnd -I. Colon, played several
selections, whieh were well received.
Mr. Ingram sang a couple of songs
and played the accompaniment far
the other songs. K. Halsall accompanied Mr. Ingrain lu his songs.
lliirlon Campbell's recitation "A
Tale of Frontier Life," was well received,
H. .1, MeSweyn is to he congratulated on his able rendering of lite
songs selected for him and also on
Ibe able manner In which he acted as
skip of tho rink, appointed to look
after the comfort Of the guests at
ihe banquet, (ieorge Smith, Hortoii
Campbell nml Charlie McDougall
completed this rink aud right well
they supported theli skip.
The eiiteituimnenl, whieh was voted the best over held in Cranbrook,
broke up about 1.80 a.m., us several
oi the men present were due at HlO
curling rink at 7 a.m
LEADING SCORERS.
W   M. Harris  li)
Mr. McWha  11)
McWhn won from Harris in the
loss for first pri/e
Mr. Morton  18
A. Ilunden 18
Mr. Cameron  18
Mi. Woods   IB
Mr. Patmore 18
Mr, Wulley   17
Mr. Aird  17
A   S   Ward  17
0   K. Miller  18
Mr  Smythci is
PINKHAM WITH 12 C1AMEK.
i m Saturday afternoon Pinkham
ami Duff opposed each other In a
scratch game. After an exciting
ami hard game Pinkham won by 2.
The loose rs donated a barrel of
Hour to the St. Kugene hospital.
GRAND CHALLENGE
Pye
Walli-i
Valley ...
Smythe
W'allev  II
Wnlloy   12
Uholditch
Roberts  .
Wnlley
McLcoti	
MeSweyn
, McLcoil   II
Tin.in ...
Iloggarth
Houston
Hiiiiyan ..
'- lliitistnn
Pinkham
Pinkham
Hrnwn 	
.lohnson
\V,,oil 	
Pinkliiitn
10 ,
Wilson
IA I
Wilson   12
Wilson   11
Wilson  12
Beattie  8
Cameron  Hi
WILSON   TROPHY
Beattie
Roberts
"":'""-  ,9 Cbolditch
I'lmliliteh  15
Wnlley  n
in
Wall,*)*  	
McSweyn 	
Tl""" I Thorn
I ami-roil  8
■ Walley   11
Wnlley
Ui Li-mi  14
Johnson ■
lloggartfa
Houston
Walker   0 „,
W Is 	
McI.eiKl   II
Pye  c
HoKKartli      15
Walker  li
I..L'i;altli
ll.'Kuartii
Wilson
Sniylhe
■ Smyth.  8
llrnwn
Smyths
Them
Houston
JohiiM.n
Cameron
. 'j
12
Houston
CORBY   TROPHY
Houston
.12
W«"«"  '• HcUod
Mcl.,*„il 1.1
Mil.ri.il
Cbolditch
Beattie
Smythe .
Pye 	
' t'hnlilllcb
 ia
Smvtbi* 13
"cSw»"» j Bunvan .
llunyan  10
Wood  1.1
Roberts  9
Wood
.10'	
Wood
II
pinkham
i:t ends requited
li, decide winner.
I'llikham
,'"Mmm " Pinkham
Hrown  7
I'lnkham
Wilson  11
ll<'i*i>artti  7
Wilson
WORLD'S IRON SUPPLY He  considers that,    at the present |te estimates  that    tho world's sup
  rat,- nl  output and percentage       ot P"M *'"'" '"•■>' opened up will prove
j„ ,i ,* i a „ '  Inns * "'''i* "'<•"• '" '"• "''• •"".'.•ly   ... | Hi.ni.-i.-.,.    to last lot fifteen hundred
on    tcoloM   at "t."t  l't"l A,""ri'"    l,,r,l"«1'   ''''"""V   '•>\ynn
Kemp "I '' i nii'isiiv.    did »lew "' ""' ,ll'l"",l,s k"""" '" •"<'*'  ♦ '
not share the pessimistic view     ..I '" ,'"1"1' Newfoundland, Until!     m„l A rarc.mn in RADII M
Carnegie and   kiIk-ix as i„ the mnl, oloBWhete, and the probability ol dls , 	
fail I   th,*   world's Iron supplj raTertes ,.l other deposits elsewhere, I   Iln* dlrecl I the I'.iigltsh liadiom
* Institute, Mr. Alton, recently went
.to Vienna to purchase a j;ramme ol
radium hum the Austrian Rovcrn-
'incut Mi Alton represented Sir
j Kriifst Ciissel, wbo Is willing lo defray tin* eipensr. The price will be
[about Kn.unu for a gramme, which
Is consilient cheap.
We Are Not Malodorous Lawyers,
Trouble-Breeders and Parasites
But Sawyers of Wood and Founders
of Honest Industries ::::::
Wc an* nut political hcolorB, hnugors nn uud sycophants nf grasping Railway Corporations
AFTER (IRAKI' ami THR 1.11-I-: BLOOD ul*' THK PEOPLE.
We are not dissolute politicians, Uut rcsidlum or npawn "I Ottawa, nuitlint are we utiiitd
lo criticise even ii Jmlgo wlieii lie prostitutes hits high olllco to satisfy potty personal spite
Our mission Is constructive, Uioso Indicated destructive uiul Inimical in public wellare
We nive value f  moy   received      Aro auy ol those guilty ol thul J
We Make Wood Pipes For Irrigation
which benefits Industries,    lint  ke no pipes to tup the   public collets.     We carry oui
lumber in thc yanl and keep il ready tor utilities.     Unlike   some lawyers   who       am
theirs on their shoulders, thc utility being undiscovutable.
We Make Lumber. Sashes, Doors, Furniture, Wood
Pipes, Raise Live Stock, Make the Wilderness
Blossom and Produce, Our Clients Satisfied,
Our Deserving Employees Contented
Partners In Our Success
What do tlie parasites Indicated do? Tliey give no quid pro rjuo other than insolence,
deception and oppression tainted with tlie vlndlctlvoness ol political spleen. Thc sultercrs helpless, sulier because thev know* not their sovereign power, but Nemesis will he awakened and
woe tn the culprits.   Even ERMINE WILL S'OT SAVE THEM.
Some.Lawyers Are Honorable, Many Judges Upright, Painstaking and
Above Suspicion.   Such we All Venerate, Admire and Almost
Worship. Even if They Have Small Human Weaknesses
The ermine they should wear indicative ol their purity and power, is not needed as a pro
teetlon nor adornment, but as a SYMBOL TO IMPRESS THE VENALI.Y CROOKED LAW
YER, THE SUBORNED OR PERJURED WITNESS ANU THE CORPORATIONS ml:.
TY OP III'YINO PERJURED EVIDENCE
We Struggle to Create, Build Up and Sustain Industries
Railway Corporations attempt In strangle them in their infancy and dare to pose a-
public benefactors, whilst robblog Ilu* pcoplo, burning up their property, killing their entile
nnd oppressing their |ioor employees wherever tliey   are nol united for self-protection.
Whilst the Parasites who Hoodwinked the Representatives ol thc People
into giving them lite bcsl part ol the country lo exploit, are hy virtue ol watered stock,
tatted mulli-millionaires rolling In luxury In Palaces, Instead nl the chains, handcuiTs, skilly
and wooden couches tbey dcseive.
And ia Ihe Disgraceful Exuberance of their Autocratic Assumption
they make lite people believe with disgust and disdain, that Governments, Parliaments,
Politicians and those vvbn sit iu high places are at their heck and call. Can wc wondei
lhat Nemesis will arise from iter stujuir and smite the despoilers, tbe lobhets. who make ,t
so painful [,,r tbe   masses NUT TO LIVE hut barely exist.
History will repeat itself, oppression, -trait and corruption will perforce, sink beneath llic
Anglo-Saxon love of justice and right by virtue of which our race rules tbe world.
The most grnss injustice is Indicted on the people ol Canada, by Railway Corporations
who have been given millions ot acres ol land, whieh they advertise and exploit in Europe
and the I'nited Slates and poor victims pay their hard earned cash. After the poor beggars
raise produce, the great earning capacity ol wliich has been over advertised, THEY PINO
THAT IT IS IMAGINARY, and further, that they are handicapped in thc transportation to
market and arc at llie mercy ot the great Octopus. Take os one example, freight charges
lor farm produce foi hauling less than 130 miles to market costs   f 19.00   per ton,   or more
than the vol 1 Ute product,    The writer started out to ADVERTISE   HIS PRODUCTS
AND WISHES TO SELL THEM to provide subsistence fnr his peojile who make LUMBER,
SASHES, POORS, GROW VEGETABLES, HOT HOUSE i'i.ANTS, MAKE WOOD PIPES.
FURNITURE AND OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES AT REASONABLE PRICES, and lit
customers rei|iiire time and can provide security we can supply them nn easy terms Koi
lull particulars write
A. E. WATTS, Wattsburg or Proctor
Anil if ynu nre oppressed by exactions i>( itmiunv Corporations;
Or have been ot nro being cheated by lawyers.
Or linvc been given n questionable deal by THOSE HIGH IN AUTHORITY
Or your political representative has been false In his ttust ,
or he has nol paid what he pramisnl ;
or pnt you the posit inn Indicated by Innuendo or oltherwlso,;
on a corporation has offered you a price for—no  need to k\
I'l.AlN WHAT'
A. E. WATTS will go one Better and Help You to Corall the
Crooks and Justice and Fair Play will Win Pro Bono Publico
NOTE.—Tho story with delnlla nf tho oppressions nnd rascalllles in-lii-ateil is being'wHI
ten under tin* ii"1' ol
"The Curse of Canada"
A Narative ol the Ups and Downs ol a Pioneer ; How I
Lost One riillinii, and the Fun in Making the Second
47-41 THE   U«A*lSHOOK    MKIIAIjI.)
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|     PROFRSSIONAI. CARDS     |
W. F. CiURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Money to loan on ftivornblo turms.
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mini; hiisi'iiai.
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MRS. I:. IUM.
Matron.
P.O   Ilu,
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IMS. KINI1 & (JRI.I.N,
Physicians and Surgeons,
llfftca it   Hrslilesce.   Arittslroill  At.
officii: nouita i
Forenoons - * - - 9.00 In 10.00
Allen. s   -   -   -   2.Illl In    .1.1111
Kvenliig*, - - - - 7..'Ill In   8.80
Sundays - - - - 3.30 to   4 .'In
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P.C, Swaniioll, li. I., s., II 0, I. 8.
A. I. HollOllBOIl, li. t). I.  s.
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion ami DrlllBliColiimlila
L   ND SURVEYORS
P.O. l).|i»er7IIH VICTORIA. B.C
IMPORTANT RtSOLUTIONS
IDOPTKI)  IT   RECENT MEETI.N'I
nl*' ASSOCIATE!) BOARDS UK
TRADE ul*' EASTERN ll C
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A Kaslo bonid    ol Irade resolution
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JOSEPH RYAN
Notary Public
Costnojiollian Hold
LC.  LAND SURVEYORS
IHcVITTIE    &    PARKER
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THE WORKWOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT
AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY
U prepared tu supply help, skilltd oi
unskilled! on sli or lest possible notice; to find employment nml guaranieo positions when sent out; to
rent houses and rooms and to sell
you fruit lands or otlier property for
a -small commission.
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NELSON, B. C. 18-ly
ASSAYER
K. IV, WIDDOWSON*, A8SAYIi.lt
VND CHKMIST -Charges: Odd,
silver, copper and lead, $1 each;
Kohl-silver, M 50; silver-lend, $1.30;
-..i.l silver, with copper ot lead,
1*2.50; zinc, $2; sllver-lcad-zinc, $3.
Prices rot other mctnls on application P. O, lt.i\ C [)., 1108, Nil
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DOMINION .Ml PROVINCIAL  I IMI J
SURVEYOR ♦ I
■'i.t\','."tu" Cranbrook, B.C. «
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MININ3   ENGINEER
B     C      ail    S-irveyor
CHANBROOK B. C.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
■ • ti- villi Ruths.   'Phone in
every room
Itm lnr Shop on llie premises,
;;!>- np-lu date,
Rales, $2.00 a da) anil up.
"I O   P   VVK1 LS, Proprietor
B   rOMKIN, Mnnngei
solved, liml 'in* \ssodalcd lloardt.
rn' Traile  herein approve .un! endorse
.< • i-i tain memorial in ,.r which
is herein nllnchiil uwl made a pari
ui tins remilutinii, dated UXth No
vemliei Inst,   addresxed in .1   I.   lie
lallaek, mi heliall ol a n rltj      ol
iietnal and potential producers ol
zinc ore in Hns prm im i- to llie lion
ornhle thc minister ol liuance, Ut
tnwn, reijiiestinn thnl 'in vnue ol
negotiations Inwards .i measure ol
reciprocal trade hetween ('a mi (In and
ih.< I intnl si.it<". ItcltiK entered inlo
in iln- nr.u future, an al tempi
should Ur made iu swiire the free
luterchaiiKe nl zlm ore and zinc in
nil its forms "
The memorial thus endorKeil was as
Follows:
"The lion \\ s KieldiiiR, Minister
nf Kinnticc, Ottawa:
Sir: Vfler consultation with lhe
uiiiifiiilv ni presenl uml [intential
producers oi zinc ore from these dis
Irlcts, I lies t<> respectfully submit
Ihal iu rase cf negotiations inwards
u measure of reciprocal trade lie
I ween Cnnndn and the t.'niled Stntes
being entered into in iln- near future,
an nt tempi should he made In senile
the free interchange ot ziuc ore and
/iiif in all iis forms,
"According lo recent announcements, ii would appear that ihe
principle upon which tin- I'niled
states tarifl has heen tn some extent framed iu ment years and up
on which it will In- framed, is the
protection of American Industries to
an evtetii equal to the difference between the inst of American labor in
Hie exporting countries, whose pro
ducts compete
"I'nder the Dingle) tariff, zinc *e
was    admitted   fr 'c Into   th.* I mt- d
Stales, and, on i In ■:     ■■■ tin
Mineral Industry, ihe lotal imports
of such ores from nil source-*, w.-io
im ihe years   hereunder slated      as
luiii;
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CEO.  D. INCRAM
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FRANK DEZALL
(ieneral HlackstnilhiiiK
Slcijjh kepairins
Lotting Sleighs made in order.
Large Slock of Hardwood Runners nn hand.
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ARE  VOU   GOING  TO
VANCOUVER ?
I   ron itopnl iln*
Hotel VanDecar
win fi -.mi l«ii\«' tlio ('.IMT Slntion
IISl(   lur a   Car tfOitlg (loWll   Wisl-
'     Ave, tin   eomlttotor will
lt-11 \<*ii wlurr to pel nil,
1**1   Rooms, modem  mjuiptneitt,
modornta rates.
L. B. VanDecar & Sons
I'lli'l'IIIKI'llllS
OVER es YEAR!'
EXPERIENCE
Patents
Demons
Mexfeo        I	
Itriiish t'ohim
bin (.im      1,157     11,157
"Tins   in   rompnrlson with the dn
mestlc   produetion   in    the    l i Itvil
Stntes of:
|!»llli 1105,175   I "lis
ino; finj,'t^:i tons
1008 B2-S.377 tons
*' \t thr luaiiii'4 nl the ways ami
means committee ai Washington in
1008, which resulted in the I'ayne
\1drlch tariil nl iwt. eonshlerablc
attention was piven tu im Itepre
sentatlvcs ol the producers ol such
ore (mm thc mining districts nl the
west laid much stress upon the low
wages paid In Mexico, stating that
the peon miner received onl) 27J to
Sti j cuts pn daj j ■ nited States em
rem \ whereas Ihe 'nif.-ii States
iiiiiiii was paid *i\ ■■] seven limes
nount Sol a word, haw
ever, was said aboiil \><w wages in
['oliimbia i. i the siillli ieitl
reason, tm doubt ili.it miners' wages
I rn .ut . i iu rail) highei than in the
pn'ilm live districts t<i tin- l nited
si. ti s Thej   are eel tainlj  lilghei
than iu New Jersi j m the .lopliu
.lis! i h i nl Missouri, whleb joint I j
iii'i'jHiiii (oi more than t»*> thirds tii
lhe production nl im nre in the
t'nlted States, i»i lhan in Oklahoma,
ami are as high as Wisconsin, Colorado, Montana Idaho oi anj othei
prodm live slate
"li would appeal. therefore, thai
thc whole argument foi lhe presenl
high mu duties in the I nited Slates
w.i bnsed upon lhe low wages in
Mexico, and tbat the representations
of the I niieil states producers lo thc
wnj ■■ and means committer in 1008
wne thai l he j could nni compete
with Mexfeo nn even terms According!) the I'ayne Vldrlch tarifl Imposed a duly <<n .'im bearing nn- carrying 35 pei "iii   metallic /im- or ovei
<>l       nlil   pel      pOUnil (Hi   llie /llie   ill
ihe ore Certain reductions yen?
provided loi ores carrying less than
85 per rent /ine, imt such low grade
ores cannol he handled from this
province, ami we are concerned,
therefore onl) with Ihe aforesaid
maximum rote.
"This tarifl lias proved a serious
blow io the producers nf Hritish Columbia /in< ores and concentrates,
ami in tin- production ni lead, which
in mu deposits Is usiinll) found as-
soclnted with nine A falling oil in
the production of one consequently
entails a similar condition as to the
other,
"As Ihere are in* works im the
reduction of /inc ores in operation in
Canada, and as distance ami eonse-
qurnl high freight tales prohibit ex
pui ial inn in Kurope, Hritish Columbia producers have now either lo
ship to ihe United States for smelling in bond (die granting of such
privilege resting with nml being de
pendent upon ihe arrangements of tb>
Copynir.HraAe.     j Vmeiii'iui   smellers),    the     resulting
*i*.**ntiPR-*fnlliiit ii ■*■ m. ii mnl -li-i-'rlHInn nii*|
hI'HIi ii-.i-iiri.iiii inir ..|>ini'.ti frtio **lii-ilu>r an
II.I'IiOiiII   I*. 1 1*.*l nl.lV 1* lit- III lllllll,     f'lllllllllllllri,.
i,.,i.'.,,..ii?;M.i,.i".,1ii:.i._IWMDBpM«"ent....u
mil t luitvil. Ill-til*
Sciciiiilic American.
produei being sold in cheap foreign
markets, or tn ihr United States
wilh pny men I nt said onerous duties,
"These duties hnve prohibited hits
hness, exeepl from excepllonnll)  high
''Tm" ml Thin!;!,  '"hi'..'-. Iii*       RAUlC     |Mopellies    ami       I   IffO
»"•"• '"*Mi":"l""1""'1, >,,UI'"'   ; where n    high grade zinc coneetttrnte
MliMH ft no.301"*0"-***■ New: York  ls i"n,l,im| M n M i,ro,|up| in l,»
Hntitriinm.ti.'i^rHi.iViiiiiiiii-ii im!,        uiilliiig of lead /me ores.
A   hUKlM
■ iinuia, »
Meanwhile   1'umnhi impi   i     „
jiderablc luiuiuii) "I   'im  and      n*
,011111111 . rrom ll led  slates,   su
tbnl while the pKiducei i " Inc ..,-,
in Hritish Culumbiii lias i< ,11 al
an cxcecdlngl) low ligun . the pin
dm i - "i Ids uie n nun l» Canada as
finished articles nt a high ligiire, an
anomaly whieli it   would seem      , ;i„
hesi     in>   icnnneil     il ab reef pro
i in
"Tl fleet   rn      .i  recipioeul      ,n
well be Ihal fui Ihe pn nil lhe
smelting of mil  nm   ores will |u.
carried on iu the i nited siah -
Followlng'thc stimulation ui ,i pi.,
fitable   markel  lo produciiuii       nud
development,   should j     in h     as
Killed iiiereuscd prodm I ion us v* \\\
just if) tlm j ousl i rn Mnn ,i,ii iijiern
tion "i works in Cannda tlnh ,,
free markel i.r! tlieii prodm - . itit-
advantage id redueji iiii^h
fieiglH     ial.- ni    shouhl pruvide
an [in enlive foi  tfin li work
"Uefcrenee ha ahead) hen, made
tn the indirecl heiieill whiili will he
foiiferred mi    Hu- estnhlfsheil lend in
dustrj   la   tlie    increased   prodm i	
ui /on   ure
"I   have   lhe  llOIIOI      lu   |>e    sil,   ...in
ohedieiil servanl
"(Signed) .1   I.   I.vi.ill.,.1*.
\ length) Movie hoard ol nail.* re
solution on   reciproeil) In   me    ivns
complete!)     re wrillen,    mid     -i
sume discussion, wboll) favorable,
was ii mm | mo ii* h ad op led m iin< fo|
lowing form, nn   uiotiuu of I:  Camp
hell  ami   .1     \\     Kil.'li:
"Whereas, anj nicasuri' oi icclprn
cal irade with the I nited Slates
whieh would permit iln- fie. ealrj of
lead       uie-.       j|.l«*     ||||<   I  mini   Stairs
Withoui also providing fin lhe n,*,*
admission .,i pig lend nnd had hul
linn, would, because of ihe higliei
price ui hail    products in ihe I nited
Slates, draw   nwil)   all mu   lead  s
in thai country, Ihereb) estiugulsli
(tig Within Canada lhe Imluslljes     ui
smelling,   i-cOning ami munufacliii-jng
lead,   whieh the   govc ml ol ran
ada has d<    so much in encourage;
and whereas ihe ullimatc eilecl       ut
tills   WUllld  he  tn   IcnVc  ullt   piuiltieeis
ol lead ores wliolli at the mere) of
the  Vioericaii had imsl       Therefore
he    It    reSOlVdl,    thai      Ihe     \ssocllllfd
Hoards ni Trade ol    Kaslern Hritish
Coltimhiii pel It ion tlm Domii  go^
ernmenl thai shnuld the) main re
eiproclt) to lead ores, thej will in
sis I that this reciprocal arrange
mm I shall he extended in cowi the
•• • lead schedule "
Othei resolutions endorsed of spec
ial Intcresl in Ihis section ui the
province, were the following:
"Whereas, there arc lame bodies ol
complex ores in ihe province ol
liritisli Columbia, and iu the D.-miin
iou nf Camilla, which cannol tn- ccon
omtcall) treated lo uin known
method; and, whereas, there is nu
public fstablishmcni in ihe llomliilon
• •I Canada foi cxpei Imeiitliig witli, oi
testing iln- Irciitmcnl ul such ores,
and. whereas, tins board considers
such work legitimate!) to belong io
the Duminfun uf Canada Therefore
he H resolved, thai Ihe Associated
Hoards petition ihe Dominion got
ernmenl lo establish in emmecUon
with tin- depnrtmciil of mines a well
equipped metallurgical laboraton
ami     testing   works, to be proper!)
olliieli'd      b)     ipialitied  lin-li.     lur   lhe
toivIng ol the problems presented b)
he discover) nl various complex
ires, which cannol he I rea ted econ
imlcall) .ii the presenl tune "
"Whereas, lhe governnienl ol the
pun int.- ut Hritish Columbia propose
M-. ting a univcrsflj at the oast,
and, whereas, there will In-a mining
sehool nttaehed lo the iinlverslti.
and, whereas, il i- considered advls
.ilii.   thai   om   high   school sel Hilars
should   have the   benefit   of c s.-s
given in a mining sel I, and, where-
many oi oui youngei i iti/.ens an
uualh leave the dislrid loi ndja-
eenl cities in tin* l nited States lo
obtain instructions in the various
mining course , and, whereas, there
is in. establishment in thr Kootenays
wtine instruction can be obtained In
the mining Industn Therefore, be
ii resolved, thai the Usoeinted
Hoards ol Trade petition the government "i    this   province   to establish
the    mining  -l I attached   to the
university, or a branch <*t the Kafd
school, in th. Kontenaj . and lhat
this school he "ell equipped and
proper!] officered hj iptailfii-d men "
"Wliereas, thc Coosi and   M lain
lumber manufacturers have repeatedly brought iu iln al lent Imi • i thc
Dominion government, us well as the
public generally, lhe necessitj foi
protection mi rough lumber, wilh
the exception ol hard wm ds; and
whereas Un- representations ol lhe
lumbei men have had the indorsation on many occasions of evei >
bnard of trade In British Columbia,
and of the Canadian Manufacturers'
association; and whereas, il Is a
mailer of common knowledge, which
the government cm rendilj verify,
ihal American lumlier manufacturers
use Canada as a eonvenlenl dumping
ground for Iheir surplus low grade
product, whieh ai ihe present time
is being sold In Canada from Washington, Idaho and Montana mills fur
less than inln logs cosl Hritish Columbia manufni hirers; ami whereas
tin* \meiiian markel In practical!)
Closed tu Canadian lumbei hv reason
nf the protective Inrlfl maintained hy
the I'nited   Stntes goverl -ni.   and
whereas ihe \miiiian markel is
known in he glutted   -.uUi low grade
lumhei, and is Hkelj lo In mute s->
ill      llie      inline uu lie?  In    the cloSCI
lugging of timhei  limits; and   where
a>, iiu     lumhei Industi)   Is tin- only
iml us! i'j of uu\  mngiifl mii' in c.iii.i'l.i
imt afforded     s e    iiieasun   ul pro
leetjon; ami whereas the lumlier    in
iliis-in   is     the ehiH imlusiij        of
Hritish    Columbia, ami iis pmiitalili1
operation in   this proiim r is pru   .
call)  made impossible iliro i .
lack ol protection mi low  arad
hei      Ii is   Ihciefoie i-Psohiil     that
m     the   opinion ol   ihe    \   u
Hoards  ol Trade m   Knsteni Hiitisl
Columblu, llm   Hominloii govenu
is tint onl) amply justified in pirn in -
a dill; of   >;. pei  lOOli feel mi roiiiil
lumbei.    h iih   exception     ol
woods, bul in atl fairness diould   do
su   fol'thwilh; and II  is furtln i
solved thai   copies o| this
shall hr senl lo Hi   lion   Sii Wilflid
I.am in    .imI   membei - I'i 'I..   '
mu governnienl
"Hesolvcd thai   the  hlruellmi m
iln* links now missing In iln
between Hnlfoui ..ml Windermere le
wnj ui Karl (Irej I'ass, would In oi
grenl ndvnntiige In Hie prescnl r< std
ent population, wuuld open up much
rnlunble lerriton mm inam
ami would bring within lem h sivni
ait met Ions unsurpassed hv nut .hint
mi ihe continent       Therefun   n
ed Ihal  lhe imiiiedlale limli'l Idkil
this work he urged   upon tbe provin
■■iill governmeiil "
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
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simply rheumatism oi iln- iiiusi I -
dm- in cnld oi damp, ur chroiu
rheumatism, ami rerpiirc no Intern il
lieatmeni whateiii" \pph Cham
herlnin's Unimeiil free!) and sec h i
(jiiiekh it gives rellel For ale In
all druggists and dealers
Fort
George
at    lhe       junction       o|   lhe   l-'ia-el    .1
Net linen Rivera, will Im lhe large
cltj on the (Jlaml Trunk I'm I
Transcontinental Itnilwnj wesl i
Winnipeg
Korl   George is   Iln-     geogrnpliical
and strategic commercial center
Hritish  Columbia—the    nntural sup
ply polnl for a splendid mixed farn
lug,    mineral,   limber and coal area
of millions rn acres   made aei v
bt- IInn   miles of   navigable    wai
ways.
Splendid openings fm  btisim
investment
Let us send you a free copj
"Hritish   Columbia   Hullctin   ul  !n
formation,"   containing     up to il iti
news ot the great  Inland Kmpire •■>
Canada
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KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, IJ. C.
Meels   every   Tuesday ai S p.m. at
fraternity Hall.
J. M. Boyes, 0. C
T. II. .lones, K. ol l(   * S.
i .   :..* Iiretbres   onriilallf Invited
■    r   nnd
I
1 i  . M: 1 CITY LODOE, No. .2
**-,■*,       Meels every Monday
niglil nt   New Fra*
^^^^^^     tcrnttjf   Hall.    Soil,; Oildfelloivs cordially Invlteil
t: .1  i.it'i.*
Sec'y.
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Cranlirook     Lodge,
No. 31
CltAMlROOK  I.ANU IHSTItrCI
DISTRICT    OK     sol TH     EAS1
KOOTENAY
TAKK   NOTICE   tli.u   I,   W    \
Chlsholm, ol Fori sti-ilc, occupation,
Miiii-r, intends   to  ajijily for pern t
sion to purchase Ihe f.,ll'.i*iii^    di
cribed lands:
Commencing at a posl planted al
tin* junction ni a large slough a; d
the Kootenay Itiver and lollowing
bank* nf tin* Kootenay Itiver in a
northerly direction to jn.-t No, -
situated at the N Iv corner of Lol
lull, thenco south to chains, more *<■
less, In jH.st No 'i. planted on
hank of slough, thin"* easterly I"
chains, more or less, to plact ol I
ginning, containing Bfi acres, *
I.-SS
William A, Chisholn   I	
Hated   tier    lflth.   Itllll
,*■   . v   Iti'sular incellngs ol
'    \*.    .      ' ■    third   Thursday
*.f Bvcry month.
■ lliren tvelcomcd,
IV.  I*'.  Att.nl       U 11
It.   * 'onnollj. Secretary.
MAI'I.E LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
Nu   19.
*11',"t * everj  *■- I and   l>,*irth Wed
ni'sdaj  ni  Fraternity Hall,
iiu,    Itebekahs  cordially In
vlted
Mis   E  .lohnstoi   N  tl
■      II ekenh thaoi, Seo'y
''ViiHAN   SISTERS
EIDEI.ITY TEMPLE NO   II.
Sleeli In    Fraternity Hall Fust and
Third Fridays
T   Fraser, E  C
M   MacKinnon, M. i:   and c
Visllit ,.;     ,  .   ,„..,.,,;
Ifllll I an-
THOS. C0NN0B
ROOM J  OOUSI HOubl BIOCK
.VANU00VEK   0. C.
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY',
TAKE NOTICE thai I. .lohn La-
peslt, ol Rossland, II t . oceiipallon
Miner, Intend to applj [oi permission
to   purchase   llie . ■ ibed
land
Coniniei .'       . inled
nh"iil  I ■ . ho ■  ' lhe S  Vi
initial
posl \    u hains,
llieiiei :.
Ill
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■ i   II   i;
lated No    Slh, 15-91'
VNC1ENT ORDER OK FORESTERS
COI RT Cl   VN'BROOK, SUM
Meel * : - flail Second ar.l
Fourth 'I I each mouth at S.
p :
Chiel Rangei
L. II*  '   Sei retart
t .t.'.e welcome
RDER oi   FOR
ESTERS
l    * Hail nrst     *,r;!
* ■   each month    ai
■ i
Efayward   Rei    c*'v.
11 ***r   i     ( I;.*..*
made weleoine.
I CRANBKOOK-FERNIE
J      FARMERS' INSTITUTE
♦ I*   * :  - '.in
T
,*, l.,i iiibtn nlion regatding lands
♦ aii|,|y   t.* ti.**
♦ -        , *.  ,   *i hrons, li. i'.
♦ Meelii .*
♦ I .,     H.   * ,.
**********************
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| Presbyterian Church i
STA1 ED SERVII KS
CRANBROOK LAND D1S1 Illl i
DISTRICT OF   BAST KOOI i N
I \KI.    NOTICE   Ihal  1
Wright, oi Rossland.    11. I',
tion    Clgai   Maker, intend ■
for permission to pun ha ■
lowing described land
Commencing   at   a   posl   i
about 11   chains    m-st ol tin* s  'i
corner ol  Lol : 197, being Iho Initl.
post \. E. corner; thenee souih
chains, Ihence wrcsl 16 chains, then >■
south     16 chains,     thrnn*   *.**'  *
chains,   thence    north   ".J    chali
thence vast HI' chains lo jn.ini      *.i
I'ommrnrrmrnt     and   eontainfn *
acres, more or less
■losi'pli Wright, Loi atoi
■ I   II  Hutchinson,  \genl.
Dated Nov. nth, miu. IS lit*
NOTICE
TIKI*.   NOTICE   ibat     in   tliitti
days Irom dale I intend to npplj al
tin- olllco ot the Soelett Oirl Mining
Co. i"t  loin shares ol Block ileslro)
ed by lin*       Niiinli, i .a Ci nn., ,it.
IIII),312,23:1,*. Ml,IS
II   Criilksliank,
Kimherley, II C
Jantiarj loth, 1011 if n*
♦
:
     ♦
:       —       :
* Sunday morolDg service at 11 *
* o'clock ♦
♦ ♦
♦ inday   evening    sctrtos   at *
* 1.30 o'clock J
:*i •■■      Sci I   and    Bible 2
^         Class at 3 o'clock *
t   Presbyterian    Ouild. Tuesday, *
J .,ii o'clock *
**********************
t Baptist Cburcb
J !■   ■ :   ' harlea ff. Kin|.
* :' ige,  Norbury Avenue.
» 'PI    ■    281       1*. 0. Box 267.
!*' ■; -s —Sundav.  11 \
ri I     7.80   p.m.;    Ulble i
vi iih      young   IV.ien" <
and    Youtig   Men'i <
i'    ■  I ... v i p.m,
Voung Peoplei'i   •
a. P m
ty    ffwlnei lai   Mi.l-Uc-rk Meeting, «
# \ rordiil   CbrUtUn «»*lcom«^
♦ Ul   Mil.
I'llWHRi fiK   LAND DISTRICT
KA81   KOOTENAY.
•■ il    latnet Plsli
nnd,    Ji r , occupation
lo apply fur permU
il t  fnlloving 'I 8*
al  .   pi il     planted
uliii'i!   11 chains in n " estetly 'l.n i
lhe N*. '-V   coraer of   Lol
..: I'll    Illl i il    :    ,*      N    I!
thence    to ith     RO  il nil •*
0 ■   unn,  tlie) cn   i nrtli
(il   t hah  .   Ihen •     oa !    n>) than -.
irth [fi i hains, ih-.-i ce    easl
: ■ i: ain    to polnl nf conunem ;in >n\
'.jn ;u res, more     m
Ij
latin    Fisher, Locator t
.i   ll   Hutchinson, \gcnt.
Dated Nov.  nth,  1910. 45 '''*
h department o! this papei li
cqnipped with tho most up*to*dato
f.m ■ ol type \ mi got what vou
van! when you van I it at tin* lier
nld
-v'  .     -        ■   -  ' s ..■   , \ HOME-
STKAU UKOlLATiu.NS.
Any   avai Lands
\.ii.i!n ilu- H.i... .   British
. It .I    by
uti) pi .* ■ sole head ol .1
.1 a ii j :  ' • j ai   ul
:. ■     .        ' . I *   iai tci
: . .   - .   .   -
: " . aally at
the local land ■ istrlct
le,  Kniry
: .   ; : *\ .      .. | indo OU
lather,
;:.-.:.* :        «'i
-■ ■ ader.
'     *   ; | i-
fm   tin        . there'
:■..■..         lei I lowing
p m '
'. ■       * c months' i sldenco
■   a ...    In
■ . ■
i:     e lathi i     :  n   ther,    il
.• ol       the
pon a farm in
red    for,
tbi requin ienoe may
. residing
the Ial
- permnn-
.'..'■• ... nd own
ed by h;-; "f   his
. tea as    to
residenci * .    .  .-. sid-
.    .
-.i riting
ihould be given   1 islon-
et ol tawa ol
. ■  ■       to a
L'OAL.— n ay he
■ . -. ■ ■ ty-ons
(1    per
. re D   acres
ball lual    or
c wnpanj      A i tbfl mte ol
■ .-■-    - ■   ■ ilected
n t be me i
I
;.    .•               hi the   lu-
:■:■: ■ 29-26*
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
1:   I,    *
Com,      ,
The Cocur D'Alene I iimpany
J .C. Callahan, Mgr.
ThcLONDOiN DIRECTORY
Knalilea I rxiei n I
in com mm ■■■■ I ■ glitti
M \M i.\t ii It] :. ;n |» m.i.ks
in i-.t. I. • lati ■ . ■ ng
it complete to London nnd it- - . rectory
•■"nt.in,- ll»u nf
RXlMia   MEH HANTS
with   llic  ',-.;■: .'.It he
Colonial and   I nciirn Mai ki Is they
- lp|.|j :
STEAMSHIP   LINKS
arratitti I under lhe I'oil   ■■■ ■    ch they
sail, and In-licatins lhe iippruximale
snilli . ■ ■
PROVINCIAL TIIAI'K NOTICES
..( loading M im ■ Uprelianti,
etc, in i ho [>rinci| .. low u-
ji in t I ml us I: ial eei in- ui i he United
Kingdom.
A . op) i.i the current edition «ill Im
lorwatded. frefghi paid, on toreipt ol
PnstalOrrim foi 20s
Dealers seek Inn '■ ,■•■■■ ■ ■ n ndvor-
lisn their t*rad<> rards fur "Os., m largor
ailvertisetiietiti irom ifOn
The London Directory Co., Ltd.
IS    \li.hlirJl    I   Jill 1    .,1-lffll,    I'..la. THE   .'KNI'il.OOK    III'.l.'AI.l)
B. C Curling Association's Bonspiel
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE sl.\i.
T.   EATON   TROPHY
Tltom
. Wnlkiii*
SlllVtlll*
Wttiki'i 	
Walker 	
McSweyn
I ■'>'••
lloggnrllt
Ifolicrtson .
  ti
In itohei'ison ..
Ilenllie ..
H. .tt 1     .
 11
Hint! i,
  11
I tu,
Johnson
Delimit
Johnson    ...    .
McUotl
l:' M,l	
1"
Wilson
llllllVIIII 	
■■'" Unman 	
11
11
t'holtllttli
llnnston
'" t'linlililili 	
 II
Cntneron 	
Wnll.ii
U Is
linlierls
lioherls    In
B.C.   CURLING   TROPY
Houston
Johnson
Uiinynn
l'ii* ..
ii ,   ,i ll
Wilson
Ui-Sweyn
I-rattle
i .;■., i on
Smythe
H.i 11,*.
H Is
Hi,,Mil. h
Thom
Drown
lioherl
11
I,, Houston
lliinyu
',', Wallcy
...12
ALL   COMERS
MiI.iimI
'■.'.     **!
llMllStlltl
Sinythr 1"
Wnllei *
Smythi
Lvoiis
in
Walker  0
Thom 13
llimyni
.11
t'ranln
\i*ls.-n
Ti.nl
Kernie
The     draws   [ni   thc   llmK.m Hay Cup and the Tuckcll Cup confined
III DSOX'S It.w
.M.I.  tl
Nelaon
locurllng clubs in It  C    resulted      anfollows:
TUCKKTT CUP
Kernie n
N.-ls.ili   10
Nelson
Cranbrook 1- end*;
Trail   -
Cranbrook
Cranbrooh
\  MODKIlN MIHACI.K !
Hi: II Vii I." / KM.'        YI  WIS  VNI)
IMK'Tnil VIII • Mi Cl |;|. "
.'. ■;■  '! ' ninpletc
Cure
i ■   '"■'"■■ ■• i a in.in id
high lepulattnit,    widely known       in
I- ease i an rcudilj
Mi      I     M   Mai It,
tit lent ni     *■■■■. A-
Vveiitu     Montreal,
[oi  yeai Koi
In  had ■' 'in.,    "ii
his   hand . and    \\ rials.   Tin   di • n •■
■    ■    larted   ii   red   blotchi  . whUh
Itilied, and    vhel lied heen	
painful    Had    sores    lulluweil, which
'!',■*■ il .    pn ml
Ihe d ■   ■ I    ■■* ie
,ltisl
think   id 11 ill    tinu
■  ■
In that <
men     ' * ied    lo i nn   him
In in.'
md Natural!) M Mat . Irlcil
remeilii Iml  he,   .il o,
.,•'■■     . * Kor ,'eni
In-  hod ' > *   '      daj   and
nigh I iw    It i tit-it   a.j • lhe pain    mid
Itrhlng  it to ti
Tii-1.    cum   /.-im Huk     Ih    liml  ll,
inst as lie had    liied hundred:* nl re
ipetlles   belore    Hut     In n lound
oul thai /.am-Huk wns difierenl
Within ;i few week i there were dis
linel sIkus ol heneflt, and a little
pi: , ■ prance villi lhe ureal herbal
halm resulted in whal i •■ hnd Riven
up all hope of—a complete cure! Vnd
thf iiu.' vn * i ii lemporar) cure
It was permaneni lie wn i tired
near)) three yeai nun inli i \ lewed
the othei dn) Mi Marsh xalil. "The
cure whh li /.nni Huk worked h.i^ been
Absolutely perninnenl Prom thn
day ihal l wn. < uud to iiu- presenl
moment I have liml no trace ol it
/.■in.i. nnd I reel ,iire u will ucvei
return lluvlnn ufli-ml loi iwcnl)
rt.' M'.ii ,. I Ii ii] nnltirnll) i om luded
thai mj - in '• wns Incurable, nnd I re
i';inl mj i ure .i i ,i tnj-'i.'i n miracle "
II vmi nlTei from an) skin irouble,
nil out Ihis tu 1 mir, write across   it
the name of this  paper, and until it,
wilh  ■    'iht stamp to pay return
!.<j '.i'i, to /.mu link Co , Toronto.
IVe will forward you b) return n free
trial lm\ ol /..im link     Ml druggist..
.md stores sell   this  f ous remedy,
We box, oi three lor El 25 He
fust1 harmful substitutes,
Another Pioneer Oonc
M. VIII    (il-    ti        C     Tl NSI'M.I..
CIOI.D COMMISSIONER,  VT
K VMLOOI'S
The death took plan- at tie ltoyal
Inland hospital, Kamloops, It
C .    "ii      .lanuar)       ilxth "i
(in.   C    Tunstall, one   ol tin-  t
wldtlj known pioneers ol the inter
lol Mr Tunstall had nm heell Iti
robust health toi some tune, bill bit
death eame as a shock to tin- man)
friends whom his sterling miaHlies
and Retilnl   ilispnsiin.il had   won dm
Ihi    a   luliu     l.MdeiH,-  iii   Hns ihst mt
i poti letuitm it    ihe '■liiu- id gold
coinmlssiohei here some mtiiitlis \\<%o
he   tough! ,\   'hanur nf   climate and
 iii.p.uiii-ii bj   lus   son  spent      a
 pie nf montlis in   California,   <•'-
tn ml iik in KamliMips a few tin k«
ntio Mi Tunstall was Imrn in NYw
Jersey on Heccmbei 5th, 18311 lie
was iilueated at Kparktnnn's academy
S I,   ami   Lowei    ranaila college,
Montreal lie Iravelled across thc
Canadian plains in company wilh
Messrs Kortune and Mara nnd others
ol ih.- historic MeM Irking part>, arriving in Hritish Colunihln in IHH'J.
The following year lie proceeded lo
Cariboo, when- he engaged in mining
fm a nutiiliei of years Mi- was ap
pointed governmeiil ngent at Kant
loops in 1*7*1, ami ieriiM',1 lhe ap
point men I nl gold eommlssionei for
iln' lIranile Creek mines in 1885
lie was removed In IWM1 iji the West
Kootenay district, witli liendi)tinrters
ai Hevelstoke, from which plnee he
was suhsequentl) irnnsferred to
Kamloops, holding Hie posl I ion of
i^dil iommi.ssioin-1 |ni the eastern
portion •>( ihe Villi- division lie was
nlsn fi>r some yean an assistant
eommlssionei of lauds and works and
a stipendiary magistrate
Deceased leaves two sons, his wife]
having passed away a numbci ol !
Mats ago. The s.ijis are Hi C \
Tunstall. who has spent the past
few months with liis father, nnd Isi
imw in Kumloops, and Oeo c. Tun (
stall, of Vancouver.—Kamloops Sen :
llunl
Tin: HAHHICH knows
NKWIIKO'H   I1KHIMCIDR   IIAII.KH
\S  ITIi: BEST ItKMKDV KOll
1I.V1H   AND   SCALP-K\
CKItT .WH UNI'HIMUI)
ICED OPINIONS
I have been using Newhro's Her
piclde im the last four yean, and nml
ii  the best thing made "
Joseph I'i//.it.,,
Hfi7*i Itichmond Terrnce,
Weal Hrlghton, I. 1 . S   \
"I  i.Hi    IrUthfllll)    IOJ   that   llelpi
i nl.' is tin- best reined) mu the hull
I have ever used "
n   ,   Itnlhenbuecher,
Vlldeii.  Ill
"I have used manv preparations In
in) shop, and find llcrplcide besl oj
all lot falling ban and all SCttlp <<i
skin diseases "
i   \  Oliver,
Leslie, Ark
".Newbro's     llcrplcide has always
given the hesi satisfaction."
s  M Chambers,
Teckwlla, Wash
While the barber necessarily ian ies
other hair remedies, Newbro's llerpl
tide is one he swears |jy lieeaiise    he
knows its merits lie can conscientious!) recommend it !<■ kill the dan
ilnitl germ ami stop falling hair In
making an application of Herpleldc
In- feels and knows that the customel
is receiving full value for his money
ami will be benefited far in excess of
lus expectations
Mm- dollnt si/e bottles are sold ami I
gun rant ceil bj all druggists Send |
Hif in postage for sample and bonk ;
'Hi   Hie    halt    In  Tin-      Iteipleide Co , .
Hept   u , Detroit, Mich
lii.itiif Murph) Co , Ltd . spinal
Agents. ,
anc!, S
Cough Insurant?.
Iii-uire i iiinelt against colil
mi.1...m-li   .i*li .*::'*,*. in l-.ltli . I
'■■,. _s i Mathieu's H
gaouDion!
Syrup
"    ■ J    "a*
and     I
.. nn ■
of Tar at
j   Cod Liver Oil
|       This  famous J|
j   |irc|*orationl«iiut ji
diiI) .t cure, l*iii i
I   a   preventive >'t ■*■■
tl t   unl  foils'
Iroubles. Tsltclt
in time,
^^^^^^^ It i*. til** lll.l-l -II.*-
restful Cotiglt Reme.1v in Canada.
1 .in;, bottle ::*, cents; .ill dealer,
j i it.itnru r.. r,.i>'». Bmitav*,., q...
i.^asmf^Hani
DISTRIBUTORS HU «i*nii CAIsAOA
Inlet llm-. Larson & Cmpan*.
The Central  Meat
Market
'lur   Specially   Is
Iresh Killed Meals
Wa also kiip n  nlen  lim> nr
Cliii'kuus uml 'I'nrkfyH   jtrowii
un I lur < Iwu l''.iiiii
Wi* I illllllllll.*i*l Illl*
Sauaigei
Tl*     Im"     111... ta *>      nl'      lliisulllli'lv
I'llKsll MEATS,
Wc Solicit Vmi r Trade,
CliNTRAl.  MEAT MARKET
A. Jtiliffe, l'i,i|iritl,*r.
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»
**
**
XX
**
**
**
XX
**
tx
XX
That Our Big PrHnventory jf
Sale ends Tuesday, Jan. 31st
at 15k.
<
When  we close for the balance of the day
for   Stocktaking.
And there are many
Money Saving Opportunities left yet.
COME cJiND SEE.
)
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iQ^-eoe*©-:?
".',] II HUE siittt. ,jwi:
*.*^Sw*
•Sawetour Jiooef,
-(awmnicc How!
\ic%™lrvnyoiii'lulii!c*u
ll'al we are pnyinjl •*■
(*rWMm\r^)
per-Buatun orfD'itcJ tnlttr
on savinfja tteposilti^l-
\ui*,.iiii).'iiibjt'dlo^iil:
i)raua\ b)' fhi'ijnr & -
«^-5JSInt«e8l >
on lime ieposiia ol *
SjjHnoiillis ^ o\:tv. -
We mvtst mrniej' forttienla
iulttatinoTtiJiijcoSuoa
AtvaA Raaatiai busincB.
Wt'WiiiilYourf*aiiiij5.i(cnl
S iF*fT»u are not saving
^olt'iuiilitdlv. * - — *
•Fommi-i*..- Now V. iVU (k*.
fii'iwail.iliy mail* -^
*** easilyli.niol.il —
Ynu ran st'ui) b^' hrali.
Posl Office * evi'iv..:.
OriVr or RrJisltitQ •- »■
belter ,v wllliinwala
iim be matte •♦•♦ •» •>
- • .111)' \U)' £MI WJtill .
Ware Reaponaible *
hclirti*^ **•*■
Dniio.Biadyh'cda,   i
or lo anyone* m. *
VHHG0UV6R-
TO OWNERS OF
CALGARY PROPERTY
Wi* ivoulil ,*hti*,*iii iln* fiimr uf u
List uf vour Calgary I'r.>|i,-rty willi
I'rii'fs nutl 'IVriiis,
EUHEKA REAL ESTATE CO
lll'A-aTH   AVE.   WEST *
CALGARY     ALTA. *
18 11 t*
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I ♦
|WE  HAVE TO  LAUGH :!
£---    wiirii ii rnBtomer li'lla un
P\    jiifcr nf our itii'.it is i« nliim*.. ,
\   cor wo know iluit omcp tho I
I   gets it tnslc of it -i.t   mil f
wish  sli*' liml In ken a Itiigpr
)iiri*c.      <>nr Hunts .in-  il. A
kni'l  that  infiko loiiiis mi f
QU    ni'i-issary.     (livo    us  jour f
next on1t*r nml i rove it.
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. |
» MEAT MARKET \
* *
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PEBCHERONS AND HOLSTEINS
lti-gialtTB.1 SlitlltiiiiH .'iml Mnn Htil Hi,. Itiglii'sl liittilii't*.
i;.*L*iii'*i.*'l <'"«», llolfen nml Hull Cuius I'W Si,l,*.   Tlie l.-t
in I 'niintln
tf at n Bull Onlf nml urailo up >*.mr Dnlrj   ITi.nl     l'  nml
H.*,.ur,,rit,*r„t |irt..~ J.  C.  OREWRV
THE CIEN RANCH,
"'■ COWLEY   fllTA
Boil
5 IB aW tlto
Jay
tm
inf.
TOHd.IiTI)
[321CibwJStreet,
[ Varcoviver U.C.
.♦♦♦♦♦••♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦#
Fatal Accident on "Flyer"
Itui il is im iit't'itlt'lit Iluit Sltitrt.'*! prlfos fur lll>to
.Into WAI,I, PAPERS mt' tin in IIU.\ lis
1011 NKW (lot'US nx|HH*totl shortly, inual innku
ruiitn fnr tlirtu First clnss |ni|itr nl prnctiiulK
your own pri,','
B.   H.   SHORT
Til! Painter nnd Di'iuratnr
P. 0. Box 33 AriMtlong Ave. Ph.,ne in
»♦♦■>■>■>■»■» **********************
TO    RUNT.—A large   »ann stable
ian In* usi'ii us \\;.ii*ln.iim*. fii nr*i
tm.nili or IS ..ii Ir.i-i* Apply ll"*i
nlil niliu* i.vir
Krnni room tn ti-nt .ti Armatroag
nii'iiti,', nil miiiriiit'iirt-s. Moderate
price Apply llo. I. Herald ol
Hue. .tr.-il*
lift
FURS HIDES
•pnlr***. **RjtoBMjM| inoni*Tlnrtniln*lili.lliiwFDr*tiii)<l1l|.|.v|iina||i*n to
•ttx.i.in.   Milt. - l.-i-rn**n l.i i. Marlt.-t ll>|-<fl. Milpi>ln«lhiM, nn<l *.l-..nl.,„r
HUNTER8'&TRAPPERft'GUIDE,
t.nlif'ii'li'i.'.   I.tf M.
|J.    Stll,l,hlk.l.l
;.,-,i« i- .. ti T"
■ ■.t;..-,n|   -
lr.|. *..! I IttlaW.	
• llf   II. I.. Un. ...
m*,'il:iiiMI«<iii<iiiiit ...iHI..|r-i,.       '...   n   n       -i ,,,    ,
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