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Array '■'',   lal u  Library
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUMK  10
ORANUllOOK.   BKITISO  COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY, .11 > E   13,
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ADVEUTISINO IN  THUS PAPEB  COSTS   fOU   NOTIllMi.   As II'  ALWAYS ItlilMis VOU KOMETHIM.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
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B. i. wixin, m-Mut
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A. M   .NIL-ID, Iaf.r-I.l4.lil .1
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Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
krutikt* ttrtifknul Cauda, aad ti Me United SUtes aad BafHad
a litM-HAL BANKING BI.-SINKSS TRANSACT***
ookimikki *mu ..HMtar r»«« dikkmmtui
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SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
IKivali. ul $1 aud upward, itcclvtd, mill lutoraM altowai •■
•uiout iai«>. Tht d.ptuliur la .„bj.ci lu imi d.Ujr whattvar la
Um n.lhJiawal tti Ih* whole ur a—y purtluu ul lb* ttputk*
Craubrook Branch,
P. C. MALPAS, Manager
FIRE INSURANCE at
REASONABLE RATES
We represent only Canadian Companies
carrying full government deposits....
SEE US BEFORE VOU INSURE
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Heal Estate CKANHKOOK, B. C. Insurance
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ii Fapcy Soaps that are Pure ii
II you are particular it Unit Soap, w« auu particular people.
I* RICKS
ll*.-. per i-akti, or 25e, par I.m
20e.        " &0c,
SSit, per i-ske, or |l IHI per »mi
.60c.        '■ lUft     "
Me.        " |l.75    "
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fnr tin- mnniiii-r    Meals   furiiiah.il without
rooms.   Tin- service will please yon.
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Just Received
SIXTEEN SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RIN0S  j
Tlit-  pii.-.-H  rjin.-e  from  $50  to $i,ii a|ii»'i-e.
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SI AIM I: IIROCERIES
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CAMPBELL & MANNING
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ip.    Every thing posslbie wus done
v v        relieve Ins    suRerllig, bul be died
o    KAILWAY     lltMj ♦      When''llie tire, whicll could not    be
reached by tin* city waterworks sys*
I torn had Imiiied Itsell oui ah.mi mid*
nighl tin- nther miners went flown lliy
shaft   and  lound  foui   bodies at       Hie
bottom iind tin- tilth about thirty
yard* away, .ill dead. The lout
bodies at the bottom were urn (-cognizable, being covered by but niiit*
tlmbera The fifth, an "hi mint-r,
wa_ suffocated hy smoke.
It is mid thai all would have been
s.iN* had they retired lo the hn end
■ it the main passage, about three
hundred yards away, when* randies
were   lound   burning by     tbe lew ue
parties afterwards     Plv    lu dead
men were Englishmen and the isth u
frenchman.
-- A HANDSOME GIFT =
We lmve jimt received tlm most attractive line of
(Tl'.TUIMTE UMBRELLAS .ver shown iu Craubrook.   Our line of
LADIfco   U/VlBKtLLAS   muunti.ii hanuus
lire Ik'utities, Hiitl would make u very acceptable present.
Official Waleb [ns|wetor forC. I*. It.    W^* F.TATEi,
Crow's Nasi Pais Division "THK JCWE1 ER
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A. ll. Eager, formerly locomotive
foreman at Calgary, was in the city
on Wednesday for a few hours. Mr.
Eager has been appointed district
master mechanic, with territory from
Port William to Winnipeg, and headquarters at Winnipeg.
j, ii. Brooks, freight claims a-gent
ut Calgaryi whose district extends
ovei the flows Nest division, spent
Tuesday and Wednesday In the city
on eompanv business.
Mrs Killins, wife 0l A. 0, Killins.
engineer, will leave in a few days
time for Montreal, where she will
meet ber tiushund who is consulting
doctors i» regard to lus Injured
bark.
K. W. Reeves, who ims been absent
At Macleod for some woeks, has returned and resumed bis Unties iu (he
superintendent's ollice.
Supeiiiii'-iiileiit. Erickson and 1).
iV- B. Master It. Sinclair are making
au inspection of the nortli branch.
Macleod to ('alj-ury, ibis week, and
are expected to return tonight.
Mrs. McCowan and children, family
of A. McCowan, car foreman, are
visiting Mrs. IHtnlaii in Sirdar this
week.
Win. Smith, whose handiwork in the
laying out of the C, 1*. H. station
garden this spring has been admired
by the local and traveling public,
lias resigned from the company's
service and has engaged witb one of
the lumber companies.
The last piece ot piling for the
foundation of tiie extension to the
round house was driven this morning
and work on the superstructure will
now be pushtd rapidly forward.
George I.innell, of' Fort William,
Ont., has been appointed roadman ter's
clerk, vice 11. Gould, who will be
relieving accountant in tbe .superintendent'.s office for the next few
weeks.
.las. Leslie, of the superintendent's
ollice, is looking forward to the arrival of bis daughter, Miss Dorothy,
from England, in the very near future.
Mrs. MeAuley, wife of Yardmastei
J. MeAuley, and Mrs. Moseley, wife
of Brakeman Moseley, left on Sunday
tor an extended holiday visit to St.
-lohn, N. B.
John Fox, ear repairer, accompanied by Mrs, Fox, led this
Week on a holiday visit to Vancouver.
The Inauguration ol ihe Soo-Spok-
ane Hi rough passenger train service
has been postponed to July 1st. and
the redistribution of the train and
engine crews consequently; laid over
for that time.
Albert Carter, day switchman, bus
been promoted to the position of
night yard foreman.
Forrest Sinclair, conductor, who
was a resident ot Cranhrook about
four years ago, but latterly of Cal'
gary, has heeu transferred to Cranhrook, and is now running out of this
point on freight,
Conductor Phil Dingm.in is confined
to his home with a serious attack of
inflammatory rheumatism.
W. A. MacPhersnn, of the It & B
department, with Foreman Young, is
pending a few days in the citv.
Mrs. McNabb and children, family
of Trainmaster .1. It. McNabb. lefl
last week nn an extended holiday
visit to Fort William. Ont.
H. II. Wiekelt, operator, of Kcrnie,
has been transferred to a similar
position at this point.
SIX MEN  PERISH   IN  ALBERTA
COAL MINE
FOI H OF THK   BODIES BURNED
BEYOND RECOGNITION
THE DEAD
.1, It Lamb, Newcastle, Kng., died
from burns.
George Hardy, Newcastle, Eng,,
night  foreman, riled  from  suffocation.
William  Mcl.ellan,  Durham,   Eng,
Percy Harrington, Essex, Kng.
.1. Tittley, Harrow-on-Furness.
Francis Trepol,  Brittany,  France.
Strathcoiu, Alia , June 10,—The
first tragedy in the history of northern Alberta occurred here shortly he-
fore midnight last night and today six
bodies lie in Strathconn morgue as a
lesiilt of a mine horrot iu which the
enlire nighl gan*; of Waller's mine
were victims. Two ot the bodies
aie scarcely rccoglllznhlo, both legs
and lieads being burned off, two more
iere Burned beyond recognition, the
ilth died as a result ol suffocation,
.nd tbe sixth passed away at 3
relock this afternoon from his dreadful injuries.
The cause i-fllie tragedy was a fire
which originated in the engine bouse
and trestle work al the mouth of the
mine and shut off all exits from the
ininc.
The fire alarm sounded about 11
o'clock lasl night for a blaze In the
structure at tbe mine mouth directly
across from Edmonton on the south
side of the Saslwtehewan river. The
report soon spread that six men were
shut iu by the flames and a horror
stricken crowd watched tbe burning
buildings from the hill ahove, eagerly
looking fnr the appearance of the
imprisoned    men.     There    was   no
watchman in charge, but the engineer
who stops in    a   shuck nearby first
fave the alarm having been awakened
y the roar of escaping steam from
the engine. He Immediate!]- informed the foreman, .1. R. Lamb, who
hastened partly dressed from his
house near the mine mouth then enveloped )n flames. Witli heroism that
will earn for him a place in the roll
of fame, he three times endeavored
to descend the cage shaft 100 feet
deep, but twice had to return for
air, and the third time was stopped
by the ca-*e becoming fast fifty feet
down.    Then he  went up to the air
, shaft and succeeded in reaching tho
bottom and communicating with   the
, men on the night shift. One started
up by his direction nnd could not
make Mie ascent. He then tried
himself and reached the top, falling n
few feet, away from the flames. Willing firemen rescued him and he was
ANOTHER BUSINESS CHANGE
A deal was completed tills wc
-."hereby the Cranbrook Co-Operath
Store has disposed oi the groeel
dep.u tmenl to .1. Manning,
Maiming has rented the fii si
uf the building now ovi-upm
furniture store .md will lukc •
sion the morning of the 2(Hh,
furniture stock will be moved into
the corner store and the Co-OperaMvu
company will thus have thin entire
-.toeii under one roof. The cornei
btiiltiTng will he repainted aud otto
wise improve and in inline
the company will confine
their entire a I tent Ion
dry goods, clothing, genls
ami furniture trade. Mr
Iras bad years ol uxpurlenci
grocery trade iu Cranhrook
lie will make a success of his new
venture is an assured fact, and the
many patrons of the store will lind
him as courteous and accommodating
as ever.
Mr
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MOYIE WILL CELEBRATIi
A preliminary meeting was lu-ld ii
Movie last week and committees appointed to make arrangements lot i
eelehia t ion Dominion day. Tin
Dominion Day celebrations, at Moyii
nave become a feature of the district
and each year tbey grow in populai
it)', The one this vear promises ti
in* better than ever.
$250 IN CASH PRIZES
FORT STEELE    TO CELEBRATE
DOMINION   DAY
The citizens of Fort Steele have
decided to celebrate Dominion Day
tml oiler $250 m cash prizes for the
.nrlous events. There will be horse
racing, footracing, etc., nng., goodly
programme ol Caledonian Extorts, .in*
committee in charge is busily engaged completing the arrangements and
will announce the programme nt a
later dale. That tbe eeli-hr.ition
will lie a grand success goes without
saying and all who visit Fort Sleele
on tbat day are assured a royal good
lime.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
All worthy soaps are in our selection.—C. E. Reid & Co.
Geo. Mead, proprietor of the Creston hotel, is in town today.
.las. Carroll, of Kimberley, was iu
town several days this week.
WANTED—First-class dining room
girl. Apply to the Cosmopolitan
Hotel.
C. G. Campbell, of Windermere, is
a guest of the Cosmopolitan hotel.
Mrs. Burghee and Mrs. Ed. Barr, ol
Moyie, are Crauhrooki visitors today.
Mrs, Donahue and Miss Donahue, of
Wardner, were shopping m Cranbrook
Monday.
Frank Angers returned this week
from a timber cruise in the Findlay
creek'dls trict.
"v. Hyde Baker is looking over
some Umbel limits in the Klk valley
ihis weekt.
There's value in out 25e. soap.
Dainty, delicious and delightful.—
C. E. Reid & Co.
Miss Huchcroft, who has been visit*
Ing in Calgary for some time, returned home yesterday.
Hammocks—Good ones lor Si.fifl,
heller ones for mole, best ones :or
$8,75.-0, K.  lleid & Co.
A. Mutz, of the Fort Steele brew-
rry, Fernie, was looking after bis
business interests in Cranbrook yes-
teidny.
Miss Kthel McKay wont to Leth-
bridge Momlay to attend tbo wedding
of her sister, Miss Ulirlwile McKay
aud W. J. Atchison.
Mrs. J. A. Harvey and children leil
Monday lor the coast ami will spend
lhe summer in Victoria, where Mr.
Harvey bas  rented a cottage
FOR   RKNT-Five   r n  cottage,
Apply E. D. Shackletou. (Ml*
Geo. I'usbec and 11. J, Brock lett
for Macleod today, where they have
been summoned as witnesses in tlie
trial of an Italian who is accused ol
perjury in connection with llie Blairmore lownsile case,
"Jack" Spencer, who owns ami
operates a magnificent ranch on
Findlay creek, has been in town several days this week Visiting olu
friends. Mr. Spencer stated thai tbu
present occasion was the first time
be bad seen a locomotive in over
seven years.
W. J. Atchison left for Lethbridge
Monday, where he was united iu marriage with Miss Cbrissie McKay. Tin*
happy couple left at once for California, where they will spend the
honeymoon. They will he at home
in the Morrow residence ou Maker
Hill after August l-lth.
Wm. Harris, who bus been looking
over Alberta the past six weeks in
search of a location for a general
store, decided that "Sunny" Alberta
did not look as good to him ns South
East'Kootenay and returned to Crnnbrook yesterday morning, lie has
accepted bis old position with Hill .V
Co , where    be will be pleased     to
The Odd Fellows lodges of Cranbrook, Fernie and Moyie lmve appointed committees ami are making
arrangement* loi a monster joint
picnic which will tie beld in ibe near
future. Tin* .'vent will probably
lake place at  Elko.
\ game ol   baselmll will be played
on the Kiouuds across from the sta-!
Hon tomorrow  lFriday) evening, bt-
iween the Fink    Mercantile compaii)*
ten in    and a team composed ol    lhe
 dcrs ..I     tin- Cosmopolitan hold.
An exciting game \> anticipated and
there will in* no end ut fun.
See out window for tho Swastlku
lucky emblem.—Tote,  the jeweler.
A ver) enjoyable function was held
1.-.1 evening at Hn* Wyeliffe Hotel,
Uie uceusion being a fuiu well dancing
part) g.ven b> tlio ladies oi Wyeiiua
hi Itunoi oi Mr. and Mrs. U. J. s.-u
who      inning loi Gulden, u. u.
Aiiere Mi, fcJt'lk nas accepted a post
Hon with the Columbia Unci Lumbei companj. A handsome silver
cabinet was presented io Mr, and
■ns SeHc by Mr. A. D. Calmer, in
ihe name oi ihe employes of Mm Otis
staples Lumber company. An ela-
.'oiaie luncheon had been prepared foi
lhe occasion ami d must pleasant
nine was passed bj all present. The
music for lhe occasion was furnished
uy  I'albier s orchestra.
METHODIST CHURCH- Robert
iiugnes, pastor; Sunday services il
-i in. and 1:m p. m., Sumia) School
.ii.o Bible classes at il p. m.; young
.i.eii are cordially iiivited to allenu
iim pastor's Bible class. Next Sunday evening llie subject im discourse
mil be: 'The Weakness ol .Samson
ci.ei Strong, ' Next Wednesday at
a oclock Kpwonh League mcutiiht,
open to all. Subject: "A Story
niiiiout .Names.'' jtiuse attending
no oilier place oi Worship are invited
io these services. The pastor is ut
nome on Sunday evenings lot eou-
sultullon and tbu conduct of anv
i-humi business.
FOR SALE-Seven blood sows,
I ho hartows and iwenty-lour younn
l"gs. Apply tu North Slat Lumber
company.    Pboue 152. io
Great progress is reported in the
sale ol the Cranbiuuk Fire Brick &
l .-rra Culta company stuck, only
a.llllll shares of the 15,000, originally
allotted to the public remain to bo
sold. The demonstration to have
if en given last Saturday had unfortunately to be postponed owing to
the intense heat of the furnace destroying the burner and another bur-
" had to he sent for, whieh has
lust arrived and ii is expected a de-
 st ration will lie given (his evening at x o'clock. This will to the
last lo be given iu Cranhrook and
Hose who have nol vet seen the ex-
lierimeuts should not fail to be pre-
■nit. Beale & El well wish it an-
louneed Hint whatever balance of
stuck remains unsold utter next Mon-
jlny will he sold to outsiders, as it
is the intention of the company to
'eminence operations at once.
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Interest Paid Quarterly
Cranbrook Branch • J. F. M.
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CAS'I S
Baskets, Cunvaas t'rools.
iuu Nets.    In fact, everytl
Our ten years'of t-x-ienViiei   witb  K-.-;>
en a bled tm to buy just thu rigbi stutf,
Drop in aiul benefit from our ex peri
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5C.  to       2.00
20C.  to        I 50
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The Leading Druggists and Stationers
Where It  Will   Pay Vou  to  Der.;
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b Trade of Cranbrook.   If lowness of price will accom-
|| plish it, then we have been successful, as the following lines
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to 115.00.   SALE PRICE 	
18 MKN'S TWO-PrEOE SI'ITS, RANGING FROM "l.uu to J7.00
SALE PRICE  	
10 MKN'S TWO-PIKCK SI'ITS. RANGING  FROM $8.60 to$12.00
SALK PRICE
$5.95
$3.95
25 per Cent. Discount
lllf all MISSES AXU GIRLS' SHOES AND OXFORDS    Exontlj um iiuurti-i ..tl
Itt-iMilni Prices,
Tliin iluea not iin--lu>le- our new .lurk of CAN I'AS :--. 11. lES,
Carpet Department
Allot ..ur bin itock of TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, VELVET.nnil AXMINSTEH
CARPETS at COST. We an- noinj; out of tliis line, hence lit.- cotniilete Btock will be
SOLD AT COST. ^_^____
Millinery at HaJf-Price
Owing to the lateneu of the Spring Snaaon,.we will sell all this season's READY-
TO-WEAR UATS at Half-Price.   Beautiful assortment of all the uiobI uopular styles.
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Superior lo nil  olliorB  in  many
li'iilurcs. Kunaenay, Iiwiwh quickly,
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Si/r.- fn.iu '.' to ll.11.1.i-1 now in
Block.
prices, uf tiButil, un- lensoiialilu.
J. D. McBRIDE     |
HARDWARE CRANBROOK, B. C.       |
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cA L. McDERMOT  jj
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Importers of
FOREIGN  LK'UORS, SCHLITZ BEER, *
BASS ALIO. (il'INNI'SS' STOUT
SOLE AGENT FOR CALGARY BEER AND PORTER
phone ir
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Ib. h. short a% coj
The Painters and Decorators
Large Stock of Latest Designs and Colorings   \',
in Wall Papers
ESI IMA IRS FURNISHED POR PAINTING,  ETC.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone III      ARMSTRONG AVRINUE   P. 0. Box 3i ', I
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IJOUR CURED MEATS I
nro of lhe host.   Tliey lire lean, thoroughly   ainulinl   nml cured Cat uul inn
t-i».iis. put up iii i-li'.-in. linn sucks,
WIDE BREAKFAST BACON
ALL SIZED HAMS
P. BURNS tn CO., Ltd.
PHONE Ml. ■<>
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FISHING TACKLE    Thai Will Catch Fish    FISHING TACKLE
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
PREI) ROI), I'roprielor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment oi Fishing Tackle suitable
ior the District in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Big Game Heads, and Souvenirs ol The Great West.
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A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL  KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS    •    ELKO. B. C.
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SHOWS CANADA'S GROWTH
BNOKMOUS    EXPANSION  IN A
FAIRS OF INTRRIOH DEPARTMENT
Ottawa, June V
piuiiloiioi*)—It   is
to oliscrve   wh.it
I.- in iln* 'land
,—(Special corres-
.11 ways interesting
progress is Iwing
of one's adoption.
Advances made in tin* art of sciences,
while evidences of a country's prosperity, do not appeal to the average
mind, as to figures of population ami
revenue. Therefore, it may he of
interest' lo ponder over a few figure**
supplied from the operations of the
ilemirIntent ol tin* interior, so efficiently nnd honestly presided over
hv the Hon. Frank Oliver.
Of all the .meat departments, the
Interior touches the life of the people
closer, proh-uhly than any other.
This branch of government Includes
tin* public lands department. Immigration, homesteads, and kindred
subjects:
KOMI*] I N WSWKRKI) FACTS
If Immigrants arrive In greater
numbers from year to veai—if home*
Steads in Iln- (heat West are being
alisotli.il in proportion to these arrivals—-If tin- revenues from Dominion
lands be ever on tin- Increase—Micro
can he hut one comment fll-IIng to tin-
mihjpcl. and that must he lhat the
department is administered hv a
competent head, and lhat the country
is making ureal strides In national
growth.
HOMRSTRAD  FV.'RIKS
In   l8ft5-lS»n,     the     last   year      the
('oiiservii I ive government was in
power, ihere were taken up in Canada 2,*lfl3 homesteads.    This was the
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DEZALL     BROTHERS
B. C. Livery and Feed Stables j
Blacksmiths, Woodworkers and Bicycle Repairers    t
McLaughlin Carriages and Deerin?  Implements for Sale       J
CRANBROOK,    B.   C.
Shop Phone 50     P. O. Box 144     Barn Phone 90 t
READ THE HERALD
rmull achieved In- a Conservative
govcrnmcill ns tin- hints nl its s,i-
i-i.ll.-il irriminriiilnii iiroiutRttnila,
lining liiii'li Jusl five years lu the
history nl Cniimlo Irora the present
lune,. wlmt are llie lacls villi re-
siircl in Hi,- takliiK up nf homesteads'
Tin- following table tells its own
story, mul lhc figures nre nlllri.il:
Homestead entries—11)1)1-11103 1-1,(173
llninestenil entries—1(103-1111)3 'l!..'l«:i
llnmestenil entries—100.1-111(14 2i:.ii7.'i
llomesteud entries— Miiil-imiii :in,si!i
Homestead entries—11)05-10(1(1 41,800
Ti.inl homestead entries Inr lusl five
yi'ls    111,817
This is practical cvlilcncc of the
vnikliiR nf lire ilc|iat-tment. Results
siu-h as these (Inures disclose must
supiily    uni argument     thnl mav he
llllllli-   l.illlllillii   tills  Ijlll'Stil.ll.
IMMIGRATION    TO  CANADA
liiseiiaruiely   associated with     llie
i|Ui-stlnn ol holm-stemls Is Hint of lhc
arrival nf immigrants.
In 18IHI, there arrived in Canada
21,710 Immigrants. This was the
best a Conservative policy ac-
roiiiplisli.-il. The next live years,
under a l.iherul governmenl, saw im-
mlgral-lnn stimulated to a markeil degree. Each vein- the arrivals increased until IOdO-1001, wlicn thev
numbered III,ll!l. During lhc past
five years these figures have heen left
far In-hind, as Hie following will
show:
Allilnls during 1001-1003 ... 07,370
Arrivals during 1(1(12-1903 ... 128,3111
Arrivals during 1003-1901 ... 130.331
Arrivals during 1901-1005 ... 146,300
Arrivals during 1905-191111 ... 189,001
Since the Liberals assumed cnnlrnl
nl affairs Immigration has Increased
len limes per annum over what it
wns in lhe last year ol Conservative
rule.
DOMINION LANDS REVENUE
The revenue frum Ihis source in
rash in 1895, 189(1 was $174,500.3*.
Fnr Hie past (Ive years it has been as
follows:
Land revenue imii-iniis $1.251,333.su
l.niiil revenue 1902-100.'!... 1,710,507.2(1
Land revenue 100.1-1004... 1,478,100,33
Land revenue 1001-1005... 1,814,485.40
I.ami revenue  1905-19011,. 1.7111.5811.71
Total Innd revenue fnr five years	
;.  $7,465,103.20
The revenue has increased Irom
Dominion lands    alone from $171,509
in 1890, In $1,701,5811, |n 1(100.
The total revenues from Dominion
lands fnr I en veals from 188IM887 to
1895,  1800 wns $2,343,8,15.08,
Tin- total revenues   from Dominion
lands for ten years from 1896-1897 to
I0O5-I9O0 was -$13,139,911.78.
TOTAL REVENtms OK INTERIOR,
The Inlal   rev, es nf the interior
department- in l9iio, under Conserva-
lilve rule was $211,131. Last vear
under Liberal rule tin- total revenues
of this department were $2,520,123.
A growth so marvelous that the Humes alone are sufficiently eloquent tn
reflecl the prosperous condition of
Ihis hiaii.'li of the inililir service.
ENORMOUS BUSINESS
The iniim-iis.' w.nk entailed in the
offices nl Ihis department mav lie
conjectured when it is known thai in
1800, the total number nl letters received ami s.-i.i amounted In 01 739
for that- year. Last year, 190c,
there were scut and received at the
department no less Iban 937,259 Idlers.
(IIIOUTII  Oh' WESTERN  CITIES
The added wealth ol the country
during Ihe past live years, is well
exemplified in the growth ol population in Western towns nnd cities lor
llial period. Examine the following:
llrnndmi 	
Ciilgniv 	
Edmonton 	
Indian  Head 	
Medicine lint 	
Moose .law  ...
I'ullni-e  la  Prairie
Prince. Allien 	
lliivuiiind 	
ll.ii lli-er 	
Regilla   	
Saskatoon 	
Stlnlhi-nua 	
Winnipeg 	
These figures are only approximate
today tm some of lliesc center, nf
population are growing so rapidly
ihal many thousands mav he added
in snine eases tn make lhe figures
correct nt the present time. A few
settlers today, menus a village in a
few weeks, and In a ITAv months a
prosperous town lias sprung into active, aggressive life.
COAL REGULATIONS
t'inler Hie new rcgulalluns, an applicant for a lease is limited tn a
certain acreage, and he Is hound to
coal at a reasonatily low fixed
rate at. tbe pit's mouth tn tbe set-Hen
nd pay a small rnyally per ton tn
Hie government. No persnn will be
allowed to hnld coal areas in idleness
—Ihey must he worked, or tire lease
is susceptible In be cnncelled hy Hie
minister. This is in marked enn-
trast to lhe methods employed hy
the Conservatives, which permitted
Vnsl arc-is tn pass Into -tbe hands nl
favored political friends.
TALKJNO AROI'T ROSS RIFLE
It is somewhat amusing to read the.
effusions emanating    Irom Conterva-
i-d. 11 lhe Conservative papers I let the ix-ople judge, tlie Liberal
iv..nil print In.tli sides ,»f a story uml. parly wnuld be cnnlent tn abide hy
live sources with respect t.i lhe ttnss tin- decision, but no man can arrive
rilln. Hn- .inn which has lately been al an intelligent or just conclusion
adopted by lhe government, and for when a garbled awl prejudiced iic-
thc manufacture ol whieh a largo count il one side only is given.
Industry has Blown up In Canada.      i PEOPLE WANT PROOFS
This nai liculat weapon lias been| The pimple of Canada are not easily
subject!*! i" a very severe criticism, led, hut they are competent to lorm
Mailers alTccling it were even i-nrriei. au opinion on a matter ol political
Itofnre t-lie public accounts' committee significance affecting the government
and there voluminous evidence was of the country. No mere wild and
submitted, but noHrlng reflecting up- improbable allegation without any
mi tin- department nl militia and de- evidence in support ot it has any el-
fence wns disclosed. The minister nl (,-ci mi the electors of Canada. When
militia ami a number nf officers and allegations were made in the bouse ail
others gave evidence as I., the 11 nan- to Mr. Foster's connection with
.-inl dealings between lhe compn-ny trust funds, they were backed up by
nnd tin- gnvernment and nothing his own evidence given under oath
questInuuble wns- proved. Ibeforo lhe Royal    Commission nil
Ou ihe merlin of the rifle there was
Population
1901
191111
5.283
10,521
1,152
17,501
2,02li
11.0110
708
2,101
1.973
3.501
2.012
11,500
3.8511
0,5111
2,193
5,1101
7
3.001
851
3,000
2,015
9,1011
0
3,0011
1,550
3,4011
12,31(1
1111,0011
much experl testimony, and nothing
ilerogntory In lhe arm was proved.
One of lhe most entlnisiaslie supporters of the     Hoss  rifle was    Col,
s.un llut-hi's. Conservative M. 1\ lor
Victoria Cot. Hughes is a practical
man   ami  timli an active part  in thel
proeeedlngs     when the vali f   tlm'
rifle was discussed, both belore the
ptlhlie accounts' comtnltlee and in the
I si-.     Ih* alleged Hint no acelilenl
had happened as (Tie resnll oi breakage or tleJeellve workmanship, Krom
the Hist Introduction id this weapon
it his had no more ardent supporter,
than Col. Sam Hughes, I
KosTKKiMi \Ki;icri.Trni*: I
The establishment i.r experimental j
farms was a step in the riglil illrec
Hon, The Liberal government
given elose attention to matters nl-
fpcling iln* agricultural elass, and tlm
department of agriculture, under llie
utile managcmenl of lion. Rklney
Fisher, does niiieli eneli vear to Improve ihe character of the crops, the
healih id the herds, and the quantity
and quality of larm produce of everv
kind.
A system of (llsrrlhllilng samples of
seed grain for the improvement of
seed among a large number of farmers who have applied for same, Irom
the several experimental (arms, bus
been greatly appreciated and has Iml
lo good results. The department is
always pleased to receive communications of this character, ami they in-
variahlv receive courteous trealnient.
During the lasl fiscal year more than
15,(1(10 farmers were supplied with
such samples from the experimental
farms. Good seed is thus placed at
many different points, and the best
and most productive sorts are rapidly
spread over the whole eountrv.
OOVKUNMKNT'S LIVE STOCK
The governmenl breeds nt the experimental farms small herds ol
Shorthorn, Ayrshire, (luernsey ami
Canadian cattle. They are sludied
as lo comparative nnd positive
economy of milk, and butter production, which show them adapted or
otherwise for the general use of the
Canadian farmer.
Steer-feeding operations have also
been carried on. The questions being
studied are: 1. The Influence ot
breeding on tbe cost of production
ami value nf the finished product.
2. Tbe influence of age on the cost
of pro-duel Ion. The experiments have
demonstrated that lhe earlier the
age at which steers may tie got ready
for the market, the greater tbe
chance of making a good profit;
whereas sleets kept for some years
usually show a loss, if all items of
cosl  are considered.
Two small flocks of sheep are kept,
and tlu-^ccess mel with should just
ifv farmers going into this branch of
tlie stock business.
In all classes of animals, the surplus stock, when of lirsl-class **unt*
My a ml breeding, is sold to farmers
for breeding purposes.
The agricultural department extemljf
its operations over the whole Dominion. Improving the grnwtu ot cereals
and crops by Ihe giving of seeds and
circulation of useful data.
POLITICAL IMHKKt'.UKNCK
The Conservative patty and press
appear indifferent to ihe state of
public affairs. There is loo much
contentment, too much business being
transacted, !«" much prosperity
Ihrougiiout the land, and their occupation is gone.
Last session many matters of trifling Interest were forced upon the attention of the house, and the party
press eagerly seized upon Hiem, and
day in ami day oul the same round ol
abuse of trifling things was eni*agi*il
iu, but little nr notnlng was said ot
the great public enterprises being conducted hv the government.
A man' who overcharged for a few
fln/eii of ginger ale supplied to a
boat, and exacted pay for his bottles,
was hauled before the public accounts
committee ami the whole transaction
revealed to lhe light of day. Hut.
when the government, by tbe alertness of its oflicer, detected au error
of $Ulflt0(M) and prevented Its payment, nothing is said about it. A
dealer who sold un engine for a few
dollars more than it mii*iit have been
purchased from another party, explained the transaction at great
length, at the country's expense, at
the Instigation of the Conservative
economists; hut these same men voted nearly JMl.iHin.flOn ol the people's
money for the building of the Grand
Trunk Pacific practically without
eommenl, they were content to believe that the government would act
honestly with tbe people.
NOTIIINCI TO CONDEMN
It might have bcim expected Hint
the country would he in a turmoil
wilh allegations and proofs of grafting and wrong doing, hut straiiKe to
say, the valiant members who hurled
L-eueial denunciation iu tbe house
where all statements are privileged,
have nothing lo sny now that they
iiutsl perforce speak out In public
meeling with the chance of encountering some individual who requires
more tTlan blatant vituperation In-fore
withdrawing eonlldence from tbe hest
aud most progressive government
Canada ever had.
PARTY WITHOUT A POLICY
One seeks in vain for a definite
policy lor which the people are asked
to substitute the present one followed
by tlie* Liberal government. The
Conservative policy appears to bn
madc up of units, each following a
separate and distinct course. Upon
two questions are they unanimous,
unless it be that thev are all anxious
for the overthrow of Sir Wilfrid
mirier, and the resulting advantage
that might accrue to some ol them.
Tlie leading papers supporting the
Conservative party are not even
agreed upon matters of indifferent
importance, and it. seems an Impossibility to reconcile the various dilfcr-
nces of opinion on political matter!*
s they affect the party. Since the
hous^ rose, there has heen a continual
ehash of matters brought up during
suraiiee. Tliis is the Character ol
evidence thai impresses lhe mind nf
the average man. not the Vajiorings
of a journal ambitious to enjoy pat.
ronagc, or the unreasoning assertions
of a disgruntled politician.
Pt HI,If HI ILDINOS
Throughout the COllhtry advices aie
Ihal the public buildings for whieh
parliament voted money are proceed-
lilt rapidly towards completion. The
public inlet est requires that certain
acconimotl.ition be piovided and the
government Is wisely spending A pro-
portion of the public money iu Ibis
direction.
The addition to the parliament
buildings al Ottawa is fceiug proceed*
ed wit'll rapidly. Tbe stonemasons'
strike retarded the worU somewhat,
h.is.|iut now all diflereiK-es bave been ad
hinted, amt the stone and brickwork
is nearly up to tbe first storey. This
addition is lo provide furl her accommodation for the members id
parliament, officials of the house aud
the press, and it is expected that tbe
roof will he on tills (all, uithnug-h lhe
work will not be completed for two
veins to come.
PROOHKSS ON  EVERY SIIJK
The late spring Ims not been without effect upon the business and
commercial interests of the Dotniiv
itiiou, hut from all directions the
teatiinonv is the same, that the good
limes enjoyed for many years past
may lm confidently anticipated during
the'coming season. The people are
satislied wilh their prospects, well
pleased with the government, and
proud of their country.
OPENING HATE    POSTPONED
NEW SOO-SPOKANE TRAINS
HEC11N RUNNING JULV 1.
for
will
(Spokesman-Review.)
The first Soo-Spokane train
SI. Paul over the new route
leave tlio O. R. & N. company's
new station at A o'clock .Inly I, according to information at llie office
of the Spokane-International yester
dav afternoon. It- was at first planned to start the fast through service
.lune 15, hut through inability to
complete artangvments in time, the
opening day was postponed a fortnight.
It is claimed tbat hy the schedule
prepared for the Soo-Spokane trains
tin' trip will lie the fastest ever
made by any regular train hetween
Spokane and St. Paul, tbe run occupying just 18 hours. By measurement, the officials of this city say,
the line is Id miles shorter than any
other route. Tbe trains wili run
from "Spokane to the Canadian boundary over the tracks of the Spokane*
International, there taking the Canadian Pacific to Moose .law, Saskatchewan, where tbe train goes upon
Mie irons ol the Soo line, direct to
SI. Paul.
A morning train tn the Canadian
line, connecting witb the Canadian
Pacific road for all points in British
Columbia, will leave .Spokane at fl.3fl
o'clock, aud returning will reach this
city at 7.15. This train wilt run as
a local. The new trains for tbe
through service are now at Winnipeg
and are in readiness for the first
trip.
City Ticket Agent Carter of the
Canadian Pacific railway, who will
lie in charge ol the road in the Spokane office, has gone tn Nelson, B. C,
where he was district passenger agent
previous to coining to Spokane, but.
will return prior to the opening ol
lhe new servicp.
LONG BRIDGE FOR C. P. R.
\Yiiini|ieg, June 10.—Tenders will
he c;flled for at once for a bridge,
which, when completed, will be one
of the longest in tiie world. The
bridge in question will be built for
ihe C. P. R. at Lethbridge, on the
Crows Nest line. The bridge will
he one mile long and three hundred
feet high.
NOTICE
Tbe dining     room of Sirdar hotel
will be closed for one month, as   the
entire building is undergoing repairs,
M. .1. Mcpeak.
last session, hut for some reason lhe
* full aud satisfactory explanation
given of these thirngs nt the time
seems to bave heen entirely overlook1*
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R. Ci.  McPHEE
THE NEW
PAINTER
A WOKD ABOUT OUR SHIN WRiriNti
UHpAKr*K*r
1 have necured the lurvieeft of
one of lhe linnM -dgn wiflem in ] I
It. C, ami can gnamiitee llie beni
work iu every branch nf lhe Sign
Writing An.
K i rut-clam    work     on     Muni
Notice.
ANVTHINU FROM COTTON SHINS TO
THE MOST COSTLY CMROSSINO
A Trial Will Convince
WOOD FOR SALE:
I bave fteenred machinery fur
Hawing wood, ami am now prepared to contract for Wood of any
length, In lurge or mnull quan-
litleH.
Out-of-town contracts -toliciled. <
For further particulars addremt    ''
|R.S.ncNElLLi
Umnlirook, 11. 0.
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DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION. NELSON, B. C.
'two Whole Hays ol Pleasure nml Spoil
MONDAY and TUESDAY, JULY Isl and 2nd, IW7
Mil "I Hi t» lui«i-r mill e i-lnl.i.iuli- Iliun ever.
PRIZES $5,000.00 PRIZES
(IIIANI) 1'AIMHK
Cllll.DHHN'S HINHITS
I'Al.r.llllNIAN Sl'OKTS
LAWS TKSN1S
CHIOKKT
I'i in Y ItACKfi
J UN IOI1 BASliBAI.I,
MKKMKVri Sl'OKTS
I'lUlTllAI I.
l.ACIllll-SI-:
TltAP SIIOO'l'INll 'l'01'KNA.MKST
UraiiilSlreel Purmlool Hie Voeckliel & Nolnii Miimin.l allow, Willi
lliiili own Ill-nan Iiilnii.
(IIIANI) AQUATIC CAIIXIVAI.
Hon! llu..".. I.uuiifli Kui-cH. Cn Uncus.
I'on.-lulling iillli no elnl.oriile Pyrotechnic l)in)i.iiyniul llliiiniiiiili-,1 I'miole.
11„- N. Ii lllly Iliiuil will 1... iii nlli'iiiliiiii'c eiuli ilny.
KXOUItSII.N IIATKH I'lluM  ILL I'AIITS
everybody Ct.mt*
wm iiivivi:.
ilinii um
iiik iminnii Tin-: m ivon
iv   II, un.I.KIT,
ii 11-iinii
n   linllHTKAH.
clS£tf Monday, June 24th
Two Performances, at 2 p.m. anil K p.m.
g 100-Circus Champions and Celebrities-106
22 Famous Eqixestrinns II   At-abletn   Tumblers
IH   0«rin«    At-rinllslM — _     __ __,    *. *    .   **.. 	
to ffooM.«<  HouBh  HU*r*   "  *•"» llrlhtul Clown,
7  Ruxsian  Coacac!» 9  Senoatisnal Equilibrists
120 Astonishing Aoi'obnls
A Complale Japmnoao Sirou*
. .       Superb  Garland Sntrco
Scores ol Trnined Wild Buosu
Hord* ot Porl-jrmlng Clophanl*
Camels, Lliumis unci Bos Inrlicus
^
•'    ^v^_S     "      ^     Enmels, Llnmns nnd Uos Inrlicus
'V    / .'lS-V /   &ducat(>d  Seals  aud  Soo  Liuiu
\   . i/   MI„ho>-ii   Jtinipln^-   Horses
..t^*--^*—-.--"^ Thundering Romnn Chnciot Knot,-.
IIO     Tmin.il Imported Irill.n Slallli.ni
I, Only Lnily Jii|iuuus. Arlisls in Amarlci
tOO Shetland Pony Ballot
Otikt^   VA/.ilUlii|_.   I lorsit-*.
Marvelous Picards ■'.':.'-
aiet,r,.c-,istipk(10)Faniily
mmmiui Lb Flour Troupo
Pretty Edna Maretta
'Grand Street ?wm°-*
i tin.
SEVEH BEFORE SEEN OUTSIDE TUE I'/AII's DOMAIN
NEW5KYOPF TROUPE OF RUSSIAN DANCERS
FAflOUA AVAI.ON TROUPE, Bicycle Experts
MELNOTTE-I.ENNOI.LE TRIO, Sensational Comedy Wire Artists
tOO       •       NEW  AND NOVEL FEATURES       •       100
SETTLED   AT   LAST
i! FALLS   VIEW   HOTEL
MAR-YSVII.I.K. B C.
Huh Rlinngeil IuiimIh.   Mhw. M. KiK-iiscis |iro|irletoreBH.   'Null  I.
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H'ISIIINII,
IIUNTIN'II,
PLEASISO
HORNKIIV
AND
ATTBACTIVK
DI1IVKS
ISLAND HOTEL
l>. McCONNKI.I., Marnier
Till: IliADINII SUMMGK RESORT
(II  BAST KOOIIiNAY
On the  Kootenay.    lhe Centre ol
Ihe Elkmoulh Country
WALDO
II. C.
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WANTED
50 Tiemakers
AT ONCF.
! I Fur further piirlii-nlni's npplj' |',
nt W. E. Werdon's OlHi
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J. EDGAR DAVIS!
I1KICK
'■ ' : AND
CEMENT .
WORK
momm    CRANBROOK
********************** TIIE   I'ltANIIItOOK    Ill'I'.U.Ii
If  you   want a   DOG   COLLAR  or  CHAIN
SEE  Oil"   WINDOW
We have a GARDEN H0SI- that
will stand the water pressure this
year. Try alength on our sprinklers
J. G. McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
MERCHANT
till I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I i-HII-l-l-l-ll-H-H'IIIH'I'l-
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The Cosmopolitan
ii. ii. mil
Manager
The   place   where   a
mm will return after $,:
stopping once.
4-W-H-H-l II I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIH-1-H-H-l-l-IHHII'll-
M4+444-H4+I I 11 I IU ' !U I 11 It      	
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I READY   MADE  CLTTHINfj
If y.ni vi-iutt OlnlltiiiK ill il is "liilt EiIko" in iiiiinii,
"Uili KI.-.-" i ttorinlnnil "Hilt G.Iko inj'niitko,
cull anil s nii-NEW   STOCK ot Ready Mtulo
OhtliiiiL', JUuT REOEIVED.   AH Union Mnilo
Leask G& Henderson
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HY A DREAMER.
IP   MOTHER   WOULD LISTEN
If mother would listen to me, dears,
She wouM freshen that In-led gown,
She would sometimes tal~e ati noui s
rest,
And sometimes a trip to town.
And n shouldn't Ih* all lor the children,
The     Iuu and   the   cheei   and the
play,
With the patient   droop on Uie tired
mouth
And ihe "Mother has had her day."
True, mother has had hei dav, dears,
When -on were her babies three,
Ami she stepped around thi- farm and
the house
As busy .is a bee.
When    sin-   rocked   you all to sleep,
dears,
And sent you all to Bchool,
And wore bersell out, and did without,
Ami lived hy tin- Golden Rule
And so vour turn bas como, dears,
Hei iuu  is (-rowing whit.-.
And hei     eves   are   gaining Uio f.u
UWilV  look
Th.it pet-is beyond tbo night.
One ot these d.ivs iti llu- morning
Unthei   Will   lint   he here,
She will fade awav into silence—
The mothci SO true uud dear.
Then what will von    do iu the daylight,
And what in the glooming dim?
And father, tired and lonesome then,
*   Play, what will you do for him"
If you want to keep ynur mother
Vou must make her rest today;
Must Rive her n share nf the frolic,
And* draw her Into the play.
And if mother     would listen to me,
dents,
She'd buy her a* gown nf silk,
With hut tons of royal velvet
And ruffles a-s white as milk.
Anil she'd lei von dn the trotting,
Wliile she sat  still  in her chair;
That mother should have it hard   all
through
It strikes me isn't fair.
The world would he much belter
than it is if people would live up to
their obituary notices.
The parlor as a parlor will soon be
a relic of the past. The vcrv name
seems to suggest stiffness and lack of
comfort. The new houses, even tho
noj-t modern ones,, will have the best
onm. the one in which the whole
family gathers, a warm, sunny place,
a home room in its truest sense. The
next generation will not waste space
mi parlors, Perhaps a little library, for privacy, will also he indispensable to many. This- cheery
room of Hie future will hold the.
piano, the general books, the pictures.
work baskets and everything tbat
serves to mnko home n haven of
rest for loyal hearts. Speed Ibe
dav.
JnlFrnv, Ryan am
Craubrook, B, 0,
Cranbrook
Hotel s s
■-.- Cum fori h Special 1)
'.! Siablini! m Connection
N en rent tn rnltniAil a
Hum-,  du   Uu-  puhlli
u     Hni kcrnmaiodfl
led   h   Crnnbrook
Hul nml i .'I.l Hath*
Hoggarth cS: Rollins
 Proprietor!
■ same
issfiipl
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ihiiced
LUMBER
Robinson Mckenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kind. 01
Rough and Dressed Lumber
.UST AS IVK SEE IT
Tun persons slninl ii|iiui 11
l.lnlY (ii-1'i-I.hil.-ini: tin. uii-.il Mi;
river. Tlio uiu- ran son
lint n winding sln-i-i ..f wnii-i
lo (.ilinii- down nn Incline
rarl-h's surface, anil ili.-n-(,.i.- ol no
Interest lo liim. Tin- other, sncll-
li.iiiiil nml willi aii-|. nnil .iilmij-.itioii
for the wonderful works of n.itnrc
lii-liol.ls ;i mighty river, ns in its
ceaseless power and inn jest io bpnnti
il rolls ever onward towards tlii-
s.-a. So we sniv Hie ripple of Iln-
water here nn,l there as ft pl.iyei!
around some hidden rocs, wc thougtil
of tin- pilot u-lio, when asked if lie
knew where all the dangerous rooks
nnd shonls were atony, the deep
r ver. replied- "No. hul 1 know where
lhe deep wnler is and if we keep Ihi-
boat in the deep water wc shall In-
s.id- an.l need not worry much about
where the rocks are." As we nins-
ed we thought th.-r.- was a lesson in
this It snid to us nol to fool away
.nn liv.-s paddling along the shorn ot
the Hirer o( Time, probing nronnd
Irving to lind all the rocks. Ur
bi-li.-ve many lives nre wrecked, nol
so much bv the storms of life, ns by
linfiinir willi tlie tide a n.l striking
iln--.- rocks and coming in contact
with the hidden sins nnd dangers
along tin- shore. Push Out on the
deep water, lie.nl vour liaiki up the
stream, none but lazy, Indolent
people drift with tin- liife l.nv hold
upon the promises ol flod nnd pull
.imiiiist the current nnd ns the veins
ml! In .is ceaseless ns the (low ol
Hns mighty river wi- slmll l.n able to
look hru-ki with peace nml consolation
pon n lite well Bpent in lin- service
-I Ood ninl humanity .iml by ami billow sweet mil iliun- Un- welcome
i-iK. "Well .l.iiio, k I .mil i.nilifnl
shine, houi n summer day.      We ran HOW Till-: RIVERMAN RIDES
in     il    il    in- enter    Into Ihi     11 Iil —	
-l,im ..( home.     Tin- Idea seems   ;,i Till-: SAW LOG 1^ Till-: WATER Is
exist among   us Uiat to be polite to llll-' MEANS ul-' Ills TRANS-
i-.o-li other   in   Hi.- lamily i li P0RTAT10N
foolish .mil like "puttin '  Wo 	
mist rid ourselves ol 11     notio   and Iff .nul foremost your tnn- livi-t-
n-t on tlie   prouciple thai        level man  can ride a   log,    says Stewart
u-lps   to m.ik ii inten       r plea- Kdward White in Outing. ' This docs
-niii-r willi those outside the lamily no!    menu merely lhat he is able   to
irele   sin.old   In- brought             . ■ land  upright or to    jump Irom one
here.    Wli.it have you sel yo i heart lo anolher    without     splashing  in—
ipon?      Is ii upon   wealth, tu posi- though even that is no mean i.-.n
Then IH if nil y,fi
■Imi you may pile youi fill -,,<
lieaven,  you    in.ii    scale - hi ,
eights uf   success, your    name may
:»- heard on every    street       '   you
nay stiil hove made f dism -I failure
.1 v.,111 hfi- Have you i       heard
if .i m.in wfi.i was hap| ■
.v.is in-li i.i   peacelul  Im-'i
.uldone every    coi ipetii
l'l.- supreme    lesson ■■: ' -
■In-: rli.it  ., dry   (tin'  ii ill] a clean
onscfence i- more to b. ii-d than
millions ,.f    dollars
lu-.ui      I .i-i  iiiiii  ideal In- lo pursue
.nul practice Un-     i,i- i.-  ■
i.i-.ifi  fully iln- flu Isti
Iglit llvins   and nol mi -       .   youi
■nn vanity ami selfii I m
few   nun,-      p.mink  l:
iififi. <.i  in- Intrlgulni
ilinii will tu im; you ten til
lii.llti.-S       ll 1,1*1,   lull   an-
,-,i ii. carry.    I.ft ye n
uilil up .i  ill' eharacler. uu
lervtliing mil   I.UI    im.. ii
MAKING SLOW  I-I;iii,i.'|-ss
T, P.    WILL    NOT     CONNECT
WITH   EDMONTON   l Ills
YEAH
Montreal, .Inn.- 1(1.—Fro
general manager ..I iln- iti
l'ui-ilii-. i.s in Winnipeg, in:
lilii-.n
nli
tin
nrrangen
ll   il   is   I
ck in Mo
Ills   t.
I   look-
oil lll.lt
fi.l      Sl-V-
I i Iuu    I.,-
night' pos-
11 nil um.  .<
I- will  In- I:
nil ilnys yet.     II  is slnti
ns fouiul things in much i
factory shape than wns Hi
sible n few weeks ngo, lint thai ih-
Int-s cnusril bv llu- severe winter lmve
esllllgillslieil iiii lio|ii- nf In-iiii- nlilf In
eonnecl    Edmonlon   wilh    tin- greal
lakes Ibis v -.    At tin- presi-nl rale
ol prngre'ss tin- mils mil tench
Saskatoon, which is cunsldoralilv
more Ih.ui half Hie illslance Irom Win-
ni|ieg In Edmonlon, hv tin- f.ill II
i.s also doubtful whether Hn- ililHeull
sei-tion from Witini|ieg ens-l fur a
illsltlliee of 315 iiiili-s to tin- iiiiii-tion
of the Kort William hr h "ill   be
completed. Pits        prospecls,
therefore, nre Hint lhc Oram] Trunk
Pacific will nut reach cither tin
grenl lakes on lhe ensl or Edmonton
mi Uu west Uiis year, allhoiigi
work is now going ahead Willi mud
vigor.
Tin-, route of Hie iliniil Trunli
Pni-ifie rnilwnv has been npproveil
from Portage hi Prairie t ■. Winnipeg
mul lhe contract for grading will lit-
loi     i'iiiiiii-ili,iii-lv   and     slriicllon
will   commence at    once   .i - vai [ous
points mi th.- Iim-.    0 nil Superlii
leinlenl Winler slates Ihal Ilir rails
will In- laid into Winnipeg from Porl
.fi- l.i Prnlrie iliis fall.
1AHE   RACK    RIDINO
SPECIAL   l-'IfATI l.i:
Till'. CIRCUS
Till'. HK
WITH
lis .1
.. trial it ill convince ymi.
Thnl i- only the kindergarten nf it.
The saw Ine in Hie water is Hi,.
means ,,i transportation of your true
riverman who, when on drive, almost
nevei steps mi I,mil i-xei-pt t0 eat mul
sleep.
i   if v down    stream is to him
in fi'fur ot croat simplicity He
fi-liif into tb,- current a slick ot
lumlier, jumps lightly atop of it,
'-.in- ngalnsl Iii-   penvy,     nml floats
"'ii! ..- m.i.ilni ..ml motionless
(Ireoinn statue.
When In-, mist.it.i,,    crnft (ivi-ii.il.es
Ihei  logs   In- ii,-si-its it, runs     fiu-
rd ns i.l. ,,s |„. can-the logs hob-
' nn- nml awash behind    Ins spring—
md    nllmies on anotliei tlmlici
'-l-     li'-vil  -,.,   for a   bet   rode
■■-"■lif miles down Grand river mi .,
"■ i"- could carry tn tin- Btreom's
'-fl- across Ms shoulders Fully
■ nif Hn- time Ins (eel were submerged
ti Hn- ankles.
Nm does quirk n- r always raiiso
■'.nr experi riverman In disembnrki
1   nf Ins in-.ivv as a balancing pole,
ml trending with nqulrrol like quickness ns his [online rolls, he will mi,
rapids of considerable force and vol
mm- ami "mie her speed" all lhe
w.i v.
Win
P^asni ■■; •! BMiiiHlil!
L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers,
nt.
Tin- fust duty of n tiff is to Ills
lotne, to his wife mid Ids clilldren, il
it- is so foiiiiniiti' ns lo have   them.
Is . Imsli I .mil father In- should be
In- lidit nml nn- of tin- household
Iii tin- children In- should lu- tlu-ii
■iiiiiis..|li.i mul frii-iul, Iheir siii-ngth
ni diilv. tlu-ii encourngemenf in ox-
Tlience, iln-ii i-miifori mul help in nil
ihnl lui'p.ites lot usefulness and
mikes h ■■ iillim-tiii- In nil.
Drop in and sec us any time.    We are on deck 25 hours
out of the 24
THE HERALD $2.00 A YEAR
so C0NSTITUT13I)
There    a re    pniliO    peiiple    sn  enn-
stitutctl    ihat  they   go Btrnlghl    fnr
the pleasant     tilings as a  bee pIlcllCS
(or a clover tup as soon as be is out
nf tbe hive. Thev Iiid' everything,
If they go to a concerl tbey find at
least (ine voice that suits them, wondering how Ood could put sn much
melody hi to a single throat, They
enjoy the sprinu, thev love the summer, they luxunnto in autumn, they
praise the winter. They are pleased
under any ami all circumstances.
They ale'the peuple ynu like lo have
fnr "customers il ynu arc a merchant,
fnr clients if ynu arc a lawyer, tor
patients if ynu are a doctor, but ynu
don't, often net them nn the sich
list for they can cure almost any
kind of disease, even a "brain
storm," with a buttle nf laughter,
"lo he shaken before taken,"
What are those whom we meet In
society to us as compared to our
own homo circle? Why do wc take
pains tn he polite ami agreeable to
them aiitl neglect those who have the
Strongest claims upon us? It all
comes about because we bave j-tit in-
to the wrong way of Ihlntolng. Wo
have put the home in the hack-
firound, when it should occupy llie
fnreniost place In our thoughtf*. We
should strive to make ourselves such
me-mbcrs of the huiis'hi.lil band that,
Crlnwin*- nccottnts i.f Hn- sensational
Ian* back rldln** features with the
\nrris a Rowe circus have preceded
that shows coming umI In thi-- sec-
liou, Before las! season's lour had
come to a close, Norris ,\ Howe hail
determined upon tli-* riders
thev wnuld secure for ihe present
tour if offers nf high s.i..ni,-> could
tempi iln- expert hate bacli riders In
Mtiii contracts, sn it wis with uncon
iv.il.-tl satisfaction that the young
showmen received sifined contracts
from riders whose names
in the realm of the
aeorge Holland and Hoi
a dun nf the most acci
k experts whose as
have been heartily
Kuropenn as well a^-
iiidiences llnlhind is
rider and AHj-s Dockriil
ilaintlesi and Lrraceful
Anotlier   cbarmlng flgn
h.itc back of a swift Iv
i*. dainty Kdna Maretln,
equal as a somersault
Miller performs what
hurricane hurdle and Jockey act. Upon
a purely bred fiery Arabian stallion,
Milter stands upright, dashing at
highest speed and leaping high hurt!
les and over obstacles until the wonder or it alt i.s that he cm maintain
his perilous and rtifflciill position;
I'M. V. ll..mm is another rider whn
,nTiimplishes lhc hazardous sonier
fttltlll  nn Ihe hare bark nf a  galloping
horse; .Dolly Miller does a high school
menage act; John Carroll has the
must highly educated equine in lhe
world in his hnrse "nin.ildn." The
latter goes through his act without
,i rein, bridle nr trappings nf any
1-,'nd anil without  word nl win maw!
Merherl Rumley is the ran s rough
rider and Cleo. Settler h. s a novel
net wilh his six while Shetland
ponies. The twentieth jubilee souvenir lour nf ihe Norrls A I'..".- show
\iill surely he nne long In be remembered. The shows will t\' Mill at
ri.iiilu.iok Mondav, .lune Jl'h.     Ail\
ii- famous
white tents
> Dockriil art)
npllsbed hate
nindiug feats
pplauded hy
American
;, Romcrsaull
is nne of the
K'uestriennes
e    upi.u    iii
i.I, r; Fr.ii.l
called       a
11      I'"'   tail    of a     drive  passes
ibromrh the chute nf a dam -there are
11 ways half a dozen nr sn nf the
'rear" men whn nul nf sheer bravado
'■ill run Ihroiigh standing upright lil-n
circus riders and yelling like fiends.
Few i-iver drlbers finish wltlioul
losing a man. There an- mngillflcctil
i 'sciii's, narrow escapes. However,
Uiese men appear In nctepl whatever
comes as a mailer nf course, or perhaps more frtily, ii is Iheir pride
never in show emotion of anv sort.
(in.- 'man was dragged out hy the
i ullar fnmi a vcrv dangerous predicament between I wo parts of a breaking
!'Mt. Tn train safety bis rescuer,
I iiHlrnnl hv the victim nf tbe ncci-
Viil. hail fairlv tn scale lhc breast nf
.thuraiting ings.
Kor ten seconds it looked like sure
leath In imMi. hut by a combination
f aml.ieiiv and sheer luck ihey reach-
-I Mi.- hank. Mosl people would
ave paused for congratulations and
lo talk    ii   over.     Not they.    The
a-linr, siill rclniiilng his grip nn tin;
man's collar, twisted him arountl ami
lelivered one good kick.
"There, damn vnu!" said he, and
the two fell to work without further
I'limnient.
■Inst as a cowboy likes tn show of!
horsemanship wliieli can have no practical applicalinti In bis trade, so dues
'!u' riverman dn his tricks. A man
in Marinette, whose name I bnvi
hirgolleii, i-milil turn a soinersnitll ni
i log; iiinumt'iahle others like in Iii
down at length while floating with
i ic current, .lack Boyd could "un-
i id" a railroad lie wltlioul falling
into lhc water, and it is vcrv cold
water Indeed ihat can scare off au
i ccasfntial blrllng match.
The merman never knows when he
is licked. As lung as he remains
nniscintis he will continue the
ilruggle. A Iml* man once had a
inl'- man   down   and was punishing
him  severely,        Friends nf  the little
i -hi attempted tn Interfere.
"Let him alone!" cried lhe wnr-
i or. "Let bim alone. I niaJ* be nn
lop in a few minutes."
Have Walter is now foreman nf nne
if ihe tire engine stations in Oraml
Hupids. Fm- many years be followed
■he drive in our employ, He is nnt
i large man. An enemv nf Dave's
nice al lacked bim with an axe.
\i~aiii friends attempted In intervene
;n sn one-sided a combat.
"Lei us be'" cried Dave. "There'.*,
in axe hetween us!"
Summer Tweeds
zvA Worsteds
There nre myriads of shades—a
wealth of effects- and every new
style that well-dressed men are
wearing in Fit-Reform Tweed
at,d \\ orsted Suils.
These summery garments are
designed, cut and tailuied with
that perfection which assures
permanent shapeliness, coolness and
satisfaction.
Of course, we can fit you perfectly,
Come and tiy us.
$15, $18, $20. up.
REID & COMPANY
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KERRIGAN'5 STOUT
Two  Do/en   Pints   $250
Equal to Guinness'.   Thi- fin oat beverage on  tin- market
t'nr family ami table us ■.    Imparls, vigor ami
h-alili, ami tones up the body generally
JAMES  KERRIGAN
Brewer, Craubro
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famous
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ivomterful
..ries,    he
sin prises
Tl  In
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'ICTIflN      sth\m;i:i;
THUT1I
A     mngn?.Ine   edllor   ••',
bout   VI.   W. Jacobs,   Hi
humorist.      "He is a iim
chap.     When I praised his
skill in writing of short st
said that ,t was only Man
that made his stnries take.
illustrate what be meant, li
.1 story wherein the surprh
fast and furious.
"He said that    a lawyei
a   man   accused    nf     hotis
spoke like this:
"Your   hniinr,   I submit
client did not beeak Into Mi
all.     He found the window open and
merely inserted his arm ami remove*!
11 few   trifling articles.     Now,     my
client's arm is not himself, and I fail
to see   why you   punish    the whole
individual for an offence commltlotl by
only one of his limbs.'
"Tbat argument,' said Ibe judge,
'is very well put. Following it loj-j-
cally, I sentence the defentnnt's arm
to one year's Imprisonment. Me
can accompany it or not, as to
ehnnses.'
"The -defendant smiled, and with
bis lawyer's assistance unscrewed his
cork arm and leaving it nn flic duck,
BLOOD POISON
, THROUGH^ STOCKING
l'l KIOUS (-'ASK AT KINGSTON
While   attending    tn  her household
duties    Mrs.    A. Harrison, Place-dc-
\rmcs, Kingston (Out.), struck her
nnkJe agninsl a projection which Inflicted a cut. She paid little alteu-
'i.111 to the -Wound at the time, hut
.11 a few days it became swollen and
rery painful. A medical man was
consulted, and it was then found
lhat the dye from her stocking bad
-a t into the wound and set up blood
,:< is;:u ll::n he^iii a trying period
..f pain, winch, had ii not been for
/..im-Hiik. might not even yet have
l-een ended. Mrs. Harrison says:
The doctor ordered certain treatment, which I followed nul; but the
.-...und ent nn better, and refused tula al.       Il  was    most  painful,     and
ometi s    I could hardly hear     to
v..ilk, I was almost in despair when
„ friend advised mc tn try Znm-Buk,
ll soon rediic.il the swelling and in-
i'.iinitiation, and lhc pain—sn acute
before—got less and less until ihe
ankle -was tpiite easy. Then the
wound began tu heal, and a little
more perseverance resulted in a complete cure."
/..im-ltuk draws the pain and      the
lolson from a    wound at the     same
me.    It heals ulcers, chafing sores,
le feet,     had legs, and varicose liiilies     insect   siliii*s,  suii-
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J  Head Office, Calgary Alta. Phone 57
The Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Wholesale & Retail Dealers ii.
ALL KINDS OF MEATS, FLOUR, and FEED
Our neat  is always Iresh as all our Heel is
in Cr-inbrook.
killed
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Canadian Hotel
One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
| Joseph Brault, Proprietor |
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\ FISH EATERS, ATTENTION!!
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Wo Inl-.- just received a consignment oi
Fresh Salmon, Halibut and
Lake Superior Trout
All Kimls ot Stents.   Pleased Putrons mnko Ootxl Ailn-rtiat
OHDKR HV   I'lH iNK 15
CALGARY CATTLE CO.
K. C.
in, summci  rashes, and heat spots
Mino, "ralrteTwh,1 I'in'tjwon.r'sl'alp | ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
nes, and snres due to blood poi-
n, ii is absolutely without equal.
II stores and druggists sell at fifty
nls, nr post free from the Zam-
uk Co., Toronto, fur price.
READ THE HERALD
$2.00 A YEAR
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JEWELRY
Rings, Brooches and Stick
Pins, All guaranteed for
ten years.     j*     Jt     .*
SKI.I.IM1 I1NH-TIIIHU IIFP
c. c. s.
our   alueaco Is like Uie loss ot sun-   nailed out."—El.
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
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This ll.itt.l Lias always boon tho loader
in ilB lint-, tin.I will bo kept up to lhe
standard,   If yon want to meet tint
pcoplo, como to tint Queen's Itot.-l.
Queen's Hotel, Calgary
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u,t diatiict, who is Interested in tin-
Viugitna ot this atctton, should read
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news, It is controlled absolutely by
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individual dictates its polny. ll
don't try to plcast Hit people. It s
ilMiie is to pnblisb a nowspaper lli.il
»ill be a credit to Hit ciiiiiiiiinty.
Kind in vour subscription and you
v>ill bt tliauktul tvci allerward.
Advertising rates tl ptr Inch pot
Uiulilli, no more and no less.
Itt.diug matter 15 cents per line
to uuu-aiivtltisfis, ill cents per line
l.i tegular adveltiseis.
II you dtsirt lo resell the people ol
Koiitli East Kootenay you must advertise iii Tits Herald.
The Herald lias a first-class I job
plant, and its work is ol the best.
Tbe Herald don't want charity. II
wants a square deal on your Job
Wuik. II we can't suit you iu tpial-
Hv and price, kick, und send your
work lo sonic Cheap John bouse in
llie east that never spends a cent in
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tiou by advertisers m any
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iu value (or a dullur in mon-
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CIRCULATION STATEMENT
following is a stnlement nf the
circulation of the Crnnbrook Herald
lor the past U months:
August  5,27(1
September   4,318
October  4,305
Nuvemher  5,4110
December  5,400
January  5,000
Kebruary  4,425
March  4,425
April  4,423   .
Total for t* months 43,023
The total fnr the !) months is
43.(1-3, which divided by 80, the
number of issues during that period,
.shows the average circulation per
issue to have been 1.1IS and 31-30.
The above is u true and correct
statement ol the circulation ol lhe
Craubrook Herald for the time stated,
F. K. Simpson, Manager.
Niibseritntl aud sworn tn before me
by the said F, fi. Simpson, whom I
personally know, this 27th day of
Mav, t!t0'7.
.1. A. Arnold,
.1. P. in and for British Columbia.
In eastern Canada and the Stales
it is considered a conservative estimate thai (ive people read every
paper Issued. In Cranbrook, to he
on 'he safe side, we place the number at three, whieh is absolutely
safe, und thai would malic 3,354 readers nf llie Herald each week.
These circulation figures can Im*
verified nt niv llm: bv anv advrr'its-
er who will take tin* trouble to go
over the subscription books or watch
the big press mil nnt the papers.
This is where ihe advertiser gels a
inn for his money. The Herald
would like to sec every newspaper
mnko a sworn slntemenl n( its circulation, The advertiser is entitled to know. He |iays his money
anil he should know what he is getting in return.
ttliv   don't       all   papers  do  as       the
lleraid does?
why ?
•» MI 3*4 *•*-»fXwt fft«f.frCf
; OBSERVATIONS   \
3j BY THR Ol.l) MAN. 5
(>t chard's confession marks the
luaii as tin* biggest Iiui or the greatest villian in the history of the
world. If one half what he swore
to Was true Nero today is kicking in
his gilded coffin.
There is a growing demand lor farm
lands in East Kootenay. That is
what is going to make this district
famous in  the years to come.
Have you noticed the great number
ol strangers iu tbe city the past
motitih? Have ymi observed the increased demand (or houses'.' Have
you read of the money spent In the
wav ol improvements by individuals
and corporations'' Do vnu know
what all of this means'' tt'e can tell
yon. Cranbrook is growing. You
can see il, ynu can hear il, ynu can
feel it. For nine years the Herald
has talked Cranbrook, preached
Cranbrook, worked (or Cranbrook
The       Herald feels better
over the prospects to-day than   ever
before in the history ol the town.
The big time is coming for this year.
There is tin lollgei nil) doubt. The
evident* can be seen on every band.
Hiui-  or   twice  helot.■   we have said
"Boost Cranbrook " Lest we forget
we will sa) again: "Boost Cranbrook."
\\. ,1, Henderson, who returned to
Crnnbrook last week allot an absence
of three vears, said lo the Herald
man "I was surprised l«- sir the
Ki*eat advancement made bj Cranhrook      I  was here before there was
,i   loWtl,   .mil   in   see   lhe   evidence    o(
...ni ns nrosnerilj   on every hand
makes an ..Id timet feel mind. I'laii-
blnok shows   llm!   ll   ts  In he a   will-
in'i  .,s u i  tin- principal towns ol
lhe lulerioi   nnd   I am gfnd to   sea
n,"
Ue were asked lo-daj 11 we had ovei
seen a dead mule Come in think
nt it ive don'l believe thai we ever
did but we have seen plcnt) of live
iaekusses,
The climate i.f the Crnnbroob dislriel is as Heal pel feci as it is possible ni make a clitimle, What morn
il.. y.ui waul?
In ihe gt I     rush (ot Un- dollars
don't forget io hnve n good lime.
Von won't In- aide in lake a ct-nt
uiih you after yon are dead.
We would ralhei 'lie wiilit.nl a
eenI hn' with Hn- reputation ol being
un lhe square, Iban to die worth a
million and despised In all mankind
■ is ., gt'nftci antl siinhei in ipiest ot
lhe almlghl)   ilnHal.
The man win. will mistreat his wife
will commit anv crime il he thinks bit
will escape punishment, The only
reason he uses a wife for a victim is
because In* knows Dial she cannot
help berself, Thnt kind ol a man is
a coward as w.-ll as a dirty dog.
Lull.or Btifbaiik, tbe horticultural
wizard, says his work can he applied
In  the human  familv as well as      to
plants. It ibis is ii.iis, Burbnnk
mav yet  graft  n graft less politician.
lion, Frank Oliver, ministei of the
interior, will visit the chief cities of
Ilrllish Columbia shortly. This mean*
thai Crnnbrook will receive n visit
irom Mr. Oliver.
The proposition presented by Alderman Itvan ai ibe last -council meeting from Mr. V. Hyde Maker, for the
sale of properly for cemetery purposes, and which the mayor characterized as exorbitant, is being talked nhoul to sunie extent hv lhe
people. li is recogirized that the
cemetery in every town should he
under the control of the municipality,
and Mr. Baker recognizing this, submitted his proposition. 1' is a question fm the people to decide as to
whether the price asked is exorbitant
nt not. Mr. Maker lias a letter in
this issue nl the Herald tbat should
he read hy everyone interested in
the proposition. In that Idler Mr.
Baker states the conditions frankly
.md fairly, and ihe mayor's criticism
dncs tint seem fair under the cireiini-
sian.es. Mr. Bnkei has expended
thousands nt Hollars in Craubrook, in
the way ol improvements, and only
last week nrrntiged fnr the building ol
au hotel Ihal many men of mniiev
have refused In consider the past few
yens There i.s nn other man iu the
towu who bas as large property in
letesis as Mr. Maker and naturally
he is interested in the advancement
of Cranbrook. His letter is sufficient
explanation of the whole matter and
ihere is un tie.il (or the Herald to
make further comment.
These rains are like showers nf
gold dollars in this district,
'I'he townsile company have raised
the price of lots on the hill %2'y each.
Tbat means Hint the value nf realty
has steadily Increased in Cranbrook
No company raises lhe price of its
pinpcrlv unless ihe values have in-
creased^ fm the simple reason that
if they did tin properly would be
sold. Therefore, those owning properly on tin- hill can consider themselves fortunate. In fad any man
owning proper!* in Crnnbrook is
lucky.
The popularity of the Herald is
sh.iwj) In  the Increasing subscription.
And  Ibe same popularity   is  shown  hv
Hie large amount or adverllslng   anil
llie  ptiees  paid.
When there is niiyfblng that will
help Cranhrook tin- lletald will be
found booslitig. The Herald has
been doing lhat foi nine vears and
expects io     keep on  With  Uie      good
work.
It is staled In scienlis-ts that there
.ne rich diamond fields in Nor I hern
Ci da.      We hope   Hie  repot ts      ale
Hm- Ii would he a grenl depreciation iii our collei I  ot ihese netns.
TIIK I'lilNTKltS ' CHAW'FISH."
.1 Peek MncSwnln, the Itinerant
pt inlet, poet and journalist, caused
untold     trouble for tbe primers   the
past   week d as the result  nf one nf
bis pipe dreams Uu- llernld staff has
been   sub.lecleil      lo  deep  I illation.
Last Thursday, after completing nr-
rangemenls fnr leaving towu, Mac-
Swain (unknown to the balance of the
stall) inserted a baseball challenge in
the llernld colffhuis so sweeping in
its elmrnetei that nne would be Imbued wilh tin- idea that the printers
must have a baseball team Ihal
would nive ihe Chicago cubs a bard
chase for ibe peiiuaiii. After reading
lllis effusion a number of the citizens
decided in see if tbe printers could
make good, and as a result we have
been swamped with challenges from
the C, I'. B. machinists, the Fink
Mercantile eompnny, the llnynl hotel,
tbe Cosmopolitan ' hotel, tlie Cran-
hrnok hotel, ihe Canadian lintel, the
Wentworth hotel, Hie B. of L Iv, ihe
M nf L. F . Hie It. nf K. T., the
o If C , lhc O. B. T., and, in fad,
lhc whole blooming alphabet, ami to
t rnwii alt, yesterday a challenge was
received from a kindergarten nine.
All challenges have heen declined and
the printers wish it distinctly undei-
od that tbey repudiate all respon-
sihiliiv tm   the   challenge and henceforth refer all   aspirants for baseball
minis I.. Mr,  Mai-Swain,  who is   at
■resent cooling his fevered brow   mi
he shores nf  Movie lake.      In  future
all eommuiilcalions of this character
Should  be addressed   to   .1.   IVck  Mae-
Swain, care nf iln* "Knockers Club."
Moyie when- ihey will nn douhl receive prompt attention, As for lhe
('i.iiiliiu.ik printers, there is not one
who will admit that In* follows    tbo
difference   hetween   a   baseball   .uni     a
Scotch highball
THE CEMETERY QUESTION
Cranbrook, It. c , June nth, 1007
The Kii 11 hi Cranhrook Herald:
Sir: Iu voiit last issue, iu vniii rc-
porl oi ihe    Council    meet ing, it is
statist lhat iliilili'; lhe discussion nf
Hie proposed purchase of Ihe cemetery grounds, the mayor expressed
liis opinion tlml ihe price asked was
"exorbitant "     Evidently be did tint
take the tlniihle lo look into the
mallei, and as  it   would appear trom
his remarUs thai     I was trying    to
hold   the      eily   Up       I   should   like tn
point out nne or two facts.
In the lirst place private individuals dn uni consider the price asked
"exorbitant," as I have already
sold one acre of the land at a very
much larger price than thnl I am
iskiug ihe citv.
I   have  been'under  a   great   expense
md Inconvenience in tbt* past iu
keeping up this cemetery and I have
tried in keep it fnirlv decent. The
receipts In date lor lots are over
Mill sold this year. Now the time
bus come when ii is a good paying
'imposition, and as ii Is nnt a business lhat I care to handle, I thought
ihat naturally tin: city authorities
would he the proper people tn look
. i fi i-i h, I therefore gave them the
lirst  chance.
As each gravp is snid fm live dollars, and one acre can be divided into JHIII lots, the price asked hv undoes uot seem such an "exorbitant" figure as tbe mayor wnuld have
people believe,
li must be remembered also that
ibe properly surrounding -a cemetery
is practically valueless as no nne cares
tn own  bind neat  one. I  may say
tlui 1 il is perfectly iminuLiial lo iiu
whether the citv purchase the land or
not, as I can get Uie price asked
Tom private parties without anv delay,
As you know, I do nnt often
I rouble ymi with correspondence, hut
I tin object In beiti*- pointed nut as
Irving to hold up the city. 1 hove
had plenty of opportunities in tbo
■last tn hold up lhe people nnd the
city bad I wished to do so, without
getting down to such small work as
Ibis. Vour paper is read by a great
many people in different parts nf the
world and it is mil a fair deal on unto publish the mayor's utterance
without giving me a chance tn refute
tbem.
1 must, therefore, thank you in advance for publishing this reply, and
apologize for taking up so much of
ymir valuable space.
Yours truly,
V.  Hyde Baker.
ANOTIIKI' KRAO STRIKE
FABI I.OCSLY RICH OBK FOUND
ON 2im FOOT LEVEL
Aiiisworth, .lime 11.—The close of
Ibe last Is hours bus witnessed the
opening up ol tne famous Kian mine
at the 200-foot level nf eight leet of
the same    fabulously rich ore     that
prevailed at   tbe  lllli-fnol   b-Vel at the
lime of the    sale    of tbe mine lasl
fall.
This ore is a sulphide,   lacetl      -did
icmentcd together by coarse wire
silver, ami is in everv way as rich
■nul   extensive    as that found iu tho
upper level.
The unusually wet spring prevented
sinking at the 200-fool level and in
fad drowned Um whole mine workings mil. Sinee Ihe mine has been
under walcr ihe work has been confined1
to drifting at the 200-fool level and
■loss-cutting at the 100-foot level,
and ten days' wink mi the dee'iet
level has resulted in exposing the
rich on* body referred to. Sinking
wlll he resumed in a week oi  two.
PICTURES OF THK MONTH
Tbe June "Canadian Pictorial" is
full of variety and of greater general
Interest than any yet issued, The
cover shows the massive monument
unveiled in Ali.nlreal on Mav 21th, io
Lord SttaUicmui ami Ihe Canadians
win. b.st (belt lives in Smith Africa
dtirlKg  Hie wax.      11   is lull nf life and
vigor, and will rank among the great
monuments ..t the country. The
Canadian public man of the itimiih is
ihe linn. Cluiiles Fit/.pal rick, chief
just-lee nf lhc supreme courl, who,
during la.rd (itev's absence in . England is clothed wilh all   the aiHlioiih
ui the governor-general.     There   arc
some (list-class snapshots id the
colonial premiers m Kmrland. in
which Laiirici and Bnthn figure largely. By wav nf con I las I to tbe
ii**uii.*i in.et premier, whn now
wears frock eoal and silti hat, is
given a picture showing ibe genem-l
during the war in the rough and
ready dress of a soldier mi the veldt,
One nf ibe must Btrlklng pictures
shows a l.nndon crowd mnssi-d ou
one nf  Ibe ureal   sipijires at   an open
.ur meeting. The sea of upturned
faces is worth studying. Among the
other notable pictures are: Spring nn
Mount Royal, ibe New York Zoo, a
model hunter's camp, the Cambridge
bout crew. Br. Torrev, the famous
evangelist- the "Suffragettes" and the
London police, the famine in China,
and a new London bridge. The
woman's department, which Includes
it picture of Mrs. Charles Fil/.pal-
rick, consists nf timely fashion articles and Illustrations and suggestion."
uf Interesl to every household, Including bints on chafing dish cookery.
The news of the month is given as
usual, and there ale .several jukes
worth repeating.
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1007. The tile nt lhe paper for that
late was overlooked, Anyone having
a copy will conler a favor by sending
it to this uffici.
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taste and judgment.
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refinement. It is good bj~in~ss for mm to give this matter due consideration. It is dollars in your pocket, and ofttimes the way a Suit fits, the way
it looks on you, or in other words, the way the Suit makes you look (note
the press comments on Sir Wilfrid Laurier over 'ome), is the difference
between success and failure. First impressions go a long way with
strangers. Be careful of that first impression, and one way to exercise
that care is to wear a " 20th Century " Suit of Clothes.
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Ml cilCHOFT-MONTOOMERY
\ prelly but I'tilul wedding took
place ai tin* home of Theodore Montgomery nn Thursday, May 23rd, when
ins ,u,|) daughter,   Miss Sarah     Im-
i<  Hie blide nl     Fnsli-r lluclurnll,
nf Mniisb Columbia. The ceremony,
whieh took place al huh noon, was
performed    bv Bev.   Oeo. Macarlbui
The
the
hn.ii-
_ iiiple     were   unattended,
hi i,le looking   particularly lovely
while gown of soft, silky inn tei-
Vfter tlie    wedding breakfast
and Mis. Uucheioft  left on      the
-nn.ui Irnln fnr Montreal,    where
honeymoon     was    spent.    The
I raveled ill a blue suit with hut
to maieh. The bride is oue nf Car-
dinars fairest a ml mosl popular
daughters, and expression was given
tn the hi'-h esteem in whieh she is
held hv many very handsome gifts.
The groom, whn was formerly a
Cardinal boy, is a prosperous young
business man and much respected
anion!:; his friends. Mr. and Mrs.
HuehcrofI expect, tn leave lor their
home in British Columbia about .June
■Ith. They will carry witb them the
best wishes of many friends.—The
Presentt   (Out.) Messenger.
Mr. ami Mrs. Huchcroft arrived in
Crnnhrnok ytestordny morning ami are
receiving the congratulations of
"Hitch's" bust  nf Cranbiook friends.
hospital Tuesday alieiiionn at ."■
o'clock and the remains were interred
iu ibe Crnnbrook Catholic cemetery
Uus uiniiiing, llie uncial being held
from St. Alary-' church, Bev Father
Chninc, conducting the services and
Allan .McDonald, Dan Mc 111 Ills, Andrew .Miller, Byrmi Tn/ci, John Mc-
Ihi nn hi nnd Y.    s. Llddlcoatt acting
as pall  healfls
Mr.   McAdaiii  was a  unlive nf Cape
Breton, hut had been a resident ol
Craubinnk district the past live
years. Of a tpiiel and retiring disposition he was slow tn make ac-
tpiaiiilunccs, hul mice made they
were friemls for all lime. Although
.ii sufferer from the dread plague tor a
number ol years Mr. McAilatu continued to 'work at his trade until
last year when he was compelled to
give up ami a ten I was erected for
him ou the hospital grounds where In-
resided until until death relieved bim
from bis suffering. Mr. Mi-Adam had
ir relatives hut bis wants while
living and the funeral arrangements
wen' looked after by Spokane Carpenters union, No. as, of which the
deceased was a member.
LIKE" B. C. BEST OF ALL
(ii-Aifini,
CAN.lilt
IKIIlTM    TALKS      III-'
AS    PLACE lllll IMMIGRANTS
DRATII   OP   JOSEPH McADAM
.l..si-|.li M.-Ailiiiii, it carpenter, who
Ims heen a sufferer from tuliereulonis
fur some  years,   died at St. Eugene
TIIE I.IIIIlAttY CONTEST
Tin- lollowiiiR Is the total vote in
tin- library eoiiti-st ..,. to Wednesday
.veiling, June IHIIi:
I. O. (). K. * K. ol K 63,38!)
E. O. E 21,310
St. Eugene hospital  ill,374
Public scrooIs         59
'>resliyterlan    S. S       IJ
Tbe conust closes June 21st. I
lVinni|HT,, June ll This morning,
in cotlipstli llilll roliilniilitlt-l Eva
llooih, cointnistrlnnor Nichols., Col.
Iliggins,    Brigadiers    Cox, Slanyon
ami Unwell ami Major Pago, Oct il
lioot-h passed through Winnipeg on
liis way tn London, niter his lour in
Japan, ivhrri- for sum,' lime p.isl lie
lias been carrying on a great work.
Although lie Is mil looMliK *" well
a.s ivh.ii he left England   iln- general
sluted I i-iioiii'i Unit ins hen I Hi
was     ii'ttiiih-iful. He snid he luui
slepi badly lor tin- pnsl nighl or nine
ilnys, ninl hnil heen nivalin nil Inst
nie-lil, but this lie Ihntii-lil wns accounted lor hy lhc changes ut eli-
iiinle anil occu|inl'lon.
"Yes; 1 am wonderfully well," he
iontiiiti.il. "nlthniigh the tour and llm
incidents of the hour lmve been a
terrible strain. I hnve been guided
and .sustained and the campaign has
gone on without a hitch. I am
ifiiile salisllnl Willi niv tour nnd I
hope it will help lo cement the friendly feelings between Japan and out-
country."
"What are your impressions ol
Canndn on Ihis lour?"
"I have not changed my views since
I was here last, but I have been
greatly Impressed by the prospects otj
ih t'liliiiiilua     it seems
I lif if is n mi.1  li.'hl  II	
.mils ul | |ih>      Tlml is.
- right i.hi.1   caprclall) n
-iil ,in,l     nsslsli-il  	
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reply,   "Im
.pie ..ml Un
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of III
iiiii nn
nny"
"Ilo you Imhl  iln- ■	
Immigration?"
"Prncllciilly," an-, ihi
nm iiniii iln- nK|ii |n-
oUK-Ill  lo he in.iii.■,-,■■■! in ., .
II I     lllll l.enelll      holli
ill.nils nml llie ...iiniii II they
iiniii in gel ll elu people iliii-
ii ill Imle In go nl I il  111 n illlli-li-hil,
nny They must he willing to ninu-
nge ihe thing in a systematic wny,
nml invesi money in llie work, thu
sumc ns ihey would in nny business.
Pftsiuin! Interests, party feelings
nu.I n desire lo glitter uinlci tno
glum of popirlnrity of the moment,
too often nflcots the actions ot gov-
,11,1,1,-1,1 s, hurl don'l know il ihal is
lhe ease jn t'aliada."
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1      !v       il/'iY'l Tilt" BUCCOBB Ol   .l.'l.-i.l.H Hisi-llilH illillll'l'il  IIH Ul til  Bl.lll
„   ,    JiU,  , Hung else- 1'is.i in-1 clii
1  ] 1 f
Miller's Belfast Jams
Quality Irish.    l'rii-i- Il.n-. I Hi .Inr.
FOOD PROBLEMS
Nnvtir worry us, nor should limy you,   Our Inst conBigntne.it fnun the Eastern markets
nilili-il many delicacies In our display nf choicest Foodstuffs, stn-h as
Hciiilz Chow Chow. I'i:.   IL-intz Pickled Onions, 45c.   Ikitilz Sweet lilierkins, 4Sc.
Ilcinlz loinaiii Chutney, 35c.   Ilci.it/ Indian Relish, 50c.   Itcintz Apple Butler, 35c.
If ymi wunt anything in food product, come In ub.   If we haven't gol it we soon will.
0. T.  ROGERS,  The  Grocer,   CKANB?0K
HOOTS AMI 8110148, IIOMKKY, RAILROAD MEN'S IILOVEB, HUT I.II.AS8, CIIISA.
PIPES
■*M*-f«r--f«a rffk?ffff«(_<-B_n<-K«n_, M
I   AH   Till-   MAN
UIAT  SELLS
B. B. B.
PIPES
S. J. MIGHTQN
FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, 25c. lb.
DAIRY BUTTER, 25c. per lb.
Hetter Flavor, Better Butter than Creamery
FRESH EGGS, 20c. per dozen
Strictly  l-'re.h
POTATOES, 45c. per Bushel
-•sound and Mealy
We ship these direct
to the consumer.
Wc guarantee quality and packing.
Butter held by us in
cold .forage and
.hipped by refrigerator car.
Cash with order ur
C. O. U.
A. URQUHART & CO., Lacombe, Alta.
LOCAL  NOUS
.J
Ml Ql'HSTIONS OK
MANV   1'KOI'I.K.
iffi!  PICKUP   UP    A lilll'T    Till: l'IT\
,-.£       IIV  ASK IN'
I
jS*!    li   II   Hi- Int. ol .M.U'iii.I.. was   ill
H town lust l-'riduy.
*&'    Mnyoi Kiiil.iy sfii'i.l scvcrnl ilnys in
rj? iiniii tin- past week.
■ ■i   Mini,
nlurdaj i
	
flgl     11    A,   Alll-s    .mil
j*f iii-n- iii louii l-'mi.iy
at '•'•-' "™*-
SB I   Tlii- lii-.ivv   rnins llie    pasl
SB linie Ikt-ii ' a grenl liloasitiK
m part ni iln- country.
h£i   LOST—Lady's brown i. il
KI Armstrong  avenue,       Kinilei
gg. leave nt  post ollicif 12
iilil   .1. o  anil Hoy    I'lotlili-i   ol   I I.
]iu in..uili.    writ- in town    several (lays
*6  Inst week on liusiiiess.
fstS i   Some good work is liein* done mi
rjS  iln- stri-i-is these ilnys in die way of
£$5 liiliirg llie depressions.
Sg    HOUSE to i.i-:t.    Apply lo (I. T.
jig Rogers' store. m
Kg i   Mi   Levi Hunt nrrlvcd   Irom Enst-
jS nu Ontario lasl week lo lake n |io-
!B sition in the I'. P. ll  slni|i-
*(ji   I>. .1. Rimer says    tli.it  Klngngalc
\£4 uili Iiu vi- n posl i.Iiui- .is s  us the
gg  through trains     Irom Si   Paul     in
.yjg Spokane nre stnilisl.
!**?!   The   inimitahte    George    Dowtiic,
hiv who sells mill supplies mul lells stor-
Sg ii-s Ihnl take, spent several days   ol
jjjjs lust week in tlie oily.
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I \ TRNNIS PANTS
alts *
""_ PORK WHITE
1 \  SALE I'KICIi, $i.oo
c. c. s.
W. 11. Wilson has spent si-vi-r.il
buiidied dollars Un* past month malt-
im- Improvements about his premises.
Misses I** 111 .md Kilo Staples, ui
WyellfTo, were in town last Thursday
lo meet Miss 13. T. McComb, who ar-
Weil Irom Stillwater, Minn.
WANTKD-A   walLrcss, at Crcston
bolt'], Creston,   li, (J,        Apply     at
olel ui  Ibis u It ne. S-tf
Thank       tbt*     I,old    tin1     UUlsunca
loiiiuls have heen cleared up Tin*
Herald extends (banks also to tbu
Itcal tb committee of tbe council
Editor Smyth, of Moyie, was in
town luui Thursday a\A Friday on
business connected with the transfer
oi some property Uiat his htm bad
sold
.1 peck MacSwaln is in charga dI
tbe Movie Leailci 11111111-- tin* absence
ot I..iii.o Smyth at the coast us a
ilelegnte to tin- odd Fellows tlrniid
Lodge.
The largest horseless carriage seen
in Cranbrook lor some time appeared
on tlio streets last Saturday. It
was .1 bin stage drawn by n span of
mules.
M.   A.  Hi-alt* leaves oil   the Kill    of
ihis mouth fm A trip to England
ind will he absent about four months,
lie goes on business and pleasure
combined.
I-'. E. Simpson left for N'analmo
uu Sunday to attend a meeting of
Llie I. 0.0, F. (Hand Lodge, over
which he will preside this year as
grand master.
■I, 0. Cuintnlngs left with bis office
assistants and a force of twelve men
last Saturday for Skookumchuck,
where thev will spend six weeks sur-
veylng C. P. It. timber limits.
The sidewalk, on Hie north side of
Bailor streel should he fixed. It is
getting in a hatl condition in several
places. And then Ibe property owners are surely entitled to consideration.
W. F. Tate Intended to visit the
coast as a delegate to the Masonic
grand lodge, which convenes iu Vancouver tins month, bul bis business is
keeping him lied down so Uiat he
tluds il impossible to net away at
ibis rime.
VI M. Frost, oi the Frost Investment company, arrived in the city
last week and intends to open ofllces
in Crnnbrook Mr. Frosl is also Interested in a tract ol land south of
Klko that his company intends to
irrigate and sell loi frun lands.
Lost—A hoy's raincoat, dark, neai
the Mission. " Kinder please leave ai
the Fink Mercantile company's store,
V, llydo Maker, speaking of the trip
i--.ri.il'ut them made tu KILuioiitli
last week, said that the party weie
B_|-ecit-.lly well treated at the Uland
hotel, owned h) P. McConnell, and
that the surroundings made it a
.ie.ii place io go im an outing,
The partj of railway officials who
are expected down the Windermere
valley by automobile, will not leave
Golden iintit tbe I'-th nt 17th. It is
ijiiite possible tbat a number of
Cranbrook automobiles will go as far
as Canal Flats to meet tbe visitors.
If vnu know a piece of news tell it
to tbe Herald. That is what tiie
Herald wants. If any of your family are going away let the Herald
know li anyone is visiting you, inform the Herald. Tbat is the way
io help out a newspaper, The editor
of a newspaper is not a mind-reader
and it is impossible foi bim to know
of nil that goes on in a community.
S. II, llusl'it'S has let the contract
foi bis new house to Contractor
Johnson and work will be eommene'd
at once. The house will be located
immediately south o( E. El well's
residence, and will be 28x34, two
stories with nine rooms. Mr. Hos-
kins' plans provide for a modern,
up-to-date home, and il will lie completed some time in September,
VI1     Dalai,
I loenix, pa
li ,: Kinla-
..    '
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■    '
■ ■ ■    . -
I. ,Ider_ ol tbe fi-di
I. i -1,-11 earned I
1 kin*-       II.- aski
'a d Mi   Morgan   un* m
1 h iih of     the     gentlemen     in
I. ictr-ls  of Ins
I    Mil.I'll   COWS   FOR     S W !
k.uds and at    puces that   Will     l
1 .em j*ood Investments.     O. P   I
dale.
Cranbrook « ill have •■•■.
1 ireo    months   more Dm
any  town   twice -i,-
( ijumbla     llundiedi
d. ys and days .rf  labi 1   ,.
p< mini th.- pas)  n ■;.■    .
t'.e homes ot   Cranbn
this mannci and tbe
\11ll    nrofll  la   i-        tl; ie ('ran
b.-.tiitifiil    is  ..     ,,- ..',;..
.-ne thai erei \    propel l>   ■■   ni
.. fel>   follow
Maui,   of the property  <-» nei
bothered with mass f*rowfnv   .
iwecn   lhe slats on theii
T!us can easily he iem.1l1.1l      i; ..,
building put a heavy layei ol cii i. 1
on the grotiiul where vou are to . iiid
ll.e walk and n>> gras**    v. ill  en «   Ij
the  walk  is built,     s|it.*..il  a  loi
wood ashes on     the wal.  .1: .
them     through   tl»- 1 (.0 ;.
sprinkle heavily     h ith *'&ti 1
times.    Tbe lfV thus formed will kill
the grass.
NOTICE TO W'ATKlt  CONS! UI.KS
WaU-r must not be used foi
Sprinkling Irom ft a. 111. to fi p. in.
This rule will he strictly enforced,
and anyone violating same will be
Habit) to have water supply cut.
oO.
Water Supply Co., Limited, THR   CllANI-ROOK    11 Kit ALU
f
News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned trom Newspapers
..ml nlso l>
properties
a l>
claims he
month.
i  in (hn
lilt
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I ELKO AND TOBAC J
t       CO PLAINS ♦
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O'loul our own correspondent.)
MacUi Id-     Ut.
Urowii,
iln
,,ki
Mil.,
•l-l-ill-ll
lends.
-ml sit
i;,-o.  Adams,  ...
Mr. Poller, ol    mas,   ..
„,   Waldo,     Miss  I ..ld....-lf,
Colo.; Miss Nellie High
Sir,    I'liaVlie Cora-
i, Iowa, were lilki
Tiiylo
,,l  Ueliii-l.
kick, ni Spokane;
Uissel, Mason  I'll
llsll
Tuesday.
can'l be i
lull
i-HS's.
IV. It. McKay     relumed Irom   his
heal limit     »iih tout  Hue nhlcs, out
grl„ly,     two black ami u One sllvel
tip-.   ' Anything     Wallet kills diet
nghl away.
Weill     up ti
licoigc,  win
Mrs, A. B. Ingliuin
l-'eiule to visit liel so
nas lepoited sick.
The Hob-man House Concert troupe
au- giving line exhibitions ol music
uml sottgs liinn the balcony where thinnest scenery In the Kootenuys eui
be seen eu-ry morning
evening.
fferiiuoii nnd
As we said before some people can
see things when ihey look at them,
but they can't ent snap and wash
wilh it.
One ol the noblest works ..I creation is the mail who always mind-,
his own hllsim-ss,   ami  always speaks
the truth, even if llu- heavens do occasionally pass his ilinii without,
calling in. Since we ciiine lo Elku
to live we kii-k. ourselves lor not
nulling belore, and always try, noli
we are here, to lie on the light side
nl everything anil sincerely believe
ihat h——I should be administered lo
the wicked iu very large doses.
■niini ou College
rather a   cool
The cracked ice s
ait-niie Sunday wa
ulrair.
Arthur C. Wood, ,1 II. M. navy, is
visiiing friends in Elko for a few
u i-i-ks.
"Blessed an- they thai oxpeel
nothing, for they shall not In- illsap
pointed."
The Happy Frank ipinrlctte'ls sure
enjoying themselves it nobody else
while enjoying the hospitality of the
lliitish Columbia government, nml
tin- microbes imisl be jumping nronml
like a y.ulu on lhe warpath from the
racket.
A rancher was coining int.. l-'.ll...
Monday Irom Tobacco Plains when a
young man from Fernie, who is
spending a holiday al one of the sum-
moi     resorts along    tho   K.. nny,
happened along and tried lo sell the
rancher the bicycle -lie was riding
The rancher remarked ho would rather   spend his  ney un a cow.     Uul
said the young man; "Vou would
look like a fool riding a cow." "Hul
I'd look a bigger fool living to milk
n bicycle."
IVherever you see persecution there is
more than a probability that truth is
mi the persecuted side.
The C. P. II. have put watchmen
at the Klk river bridge, east of the
lown, on nccounl ol ihe big run of
fish, which is causing hum water
along with the sunshine.
If there is a hell in ihe future
world, there ought to be one in
tins. If wo are nut mistaken we nre
getting a touch of jt right now in
Klko.
Mr. Joe Pugh, of Pugh A Livingston, Itock Creek mills, enme in Irom
Okotoks, Alta., ami is watching Ihe
sawdust fiy and lumber piling up in
Ihe yard.
Kri-d Zellor came in Irom Tobacco
1 lams where he iiad been rounding up
a bunch of horses which he intends
shipping to Bdmonton.
There was a   picnic   party   al the
l-.lko   water lulls Irom     McCo lis
summer resort, Prince Edward Is
land, Kootenay river, .Monday, nnd
private picnic parties, camping parlies and visitors are pouring Into
l-.lko now trom all parts of the
world in search ,,f health, wealth ami
pleasure, ami finding it the moment
Ihey step nil lhc train.
IV. II. Ross. Km, . \| p. p.p „,.s |„
l-.lko Inst Kridai looking over the
site for the agricultural college and
list, hatchery the government propose
building in Klkn tins summer. Mr
floss was lhe guest ol ihe Board ol
I Hide wliile in Elko.
As good people do mil speak ill of
others they do nol make much ado
when others spcalc ill of them. Conscious innocencv is a door ihat shuts
oul all fear and anxiety as to their
pood name. IVhen Philip, King ol
iMiiccdnn. was told llial the (Irecks
spoke ill of him, he calmly replied;
. ilien it is my business to live in
sufli a manner as to prove them lo
be liars."
Mr. Mao A bee and a parly of surveyors arrived in Elko Thursday und
left for Roosvilie, where thev will
oulfil wilh park train and supplies
Inr the Flathead looking for timber,
etc,
Mr. A. Birnle, ol the Elko Cartage
company, was a Pernio visitor Saturday.
Frank Murphy come up from riale-
way. II. C, Friday. He. said there
would he thousands of people from
the United States visiiing Klko this
summer. Welcome is posted on
every tree leading lo the lown.
ilnys  I im
down pal  ii.iiu
the quarantine
Uln-ii  ii    lias
,1 llllllli    like   Clli
.1.1111.   llilll   llll
let   thai   it.mill
llilli.iiu  I.'...it   i
ad been i|iiaran- came to Wardnei  Irotn her liomc in
villi open arms Ottawa about ten in, m I lis ago. think
'I'hey bad been ing Ilint  Ilir .-Innate would beiieill lu-i
i- ..f Uus llli-iul- health,   hill   H   was li"!   to lie, as slu
. .In-   lasl sixteen has been   gradunlly growing    worse,
I,,uio ban-    Ibe game ami her     uullmely death lias eauseit
soda in li.icki.   While grenl  sorrow.       Much   sympathy t»
wns .ui friemls   were fell im hei son,,mug liu-.li.mil     und   t
Mi.iwll.ikcs ill     .lulv . .Ilicllds.       Hit   sislel   nrrived   sllorll
raised   Ihey    flocked nflei  her death  I Is now  nl      lhe i
ens at a spilling nt
cut ami ilix-il 111,.i
ih in- a   i'es| lllllll
u     nervous pioslia
ears In a      Chinese
th Stai
I.il   dais
hod to dn
nccininl ..f c
The Nu
.lohll  liiiiu- was  in  Klku Satin
.baking   bauds      with    old   acuta
IV l.lvlngslnu, Uu- cattle king of
III...I..If.  ami one ul  tin- directors oi
The l'ugh A   Livings!  Rock Creek
mills, and I  Apple Creek reserve,
arrived In  Klko   Snliirdiiy nlleriuion
mil witnessed the relief Of ihe lliillm.ili
house ami Columbia. Mr. Livingston
ordered ball a Ion of Iroul at the
lish market lor his Okotoks friends.
IV. S Tompkins, horse denier, lefl
Klk.. Momlay morning for Tobacco
Plains and Roosvilie, where lie will
l and buy the liesl polo ponies lo
• had down there, besides a lew
llgle [Hotel's and  puccl's  lor Calgary
ul okotoks gentlemen.
Champagne Charlie was in town
lhe othei day buying yellow necks by
lie case.
George lug-ham hroughl in a -bunch
.1 young Limits from Fernie Sunday,
mil herded litem through Hie tall
-rnss.oiit to Sheep mountain.
Il.ili   Maclliuialll came  lo Klko irom
Uu- Hock Creek pineries, lie predicted a very lale spring, but assured us that the future was still be.
fun- us ami the price of tobacco still
going up.
Klko was lull ,,f visitors Sunday
ami the hotels are tilling up, new
iiucs building ami (he lent factory
working double shift.
Frank Church opens up another livery barn iu Klko and will sure miukc
.. Imi one. Everybody knows Frank
ami Flank knows every short cut in
the country and is out for business.
I,nst, strayed or stolen—A young
man alioui' 13 years old; always
wearing a pleusant smile; stands
nhollt ii fl. ;t in.; dark mixture suit;
peak cap; hair turning grey; speaks
English, United Stales, Tobacco
Plains, Ontario Herman and Saucr-
lil'uut; answers lu the man of Dan;
was last seen at the lloflnian house,
Elkn, Mav 2-tlh, Any person returning sunie lo .lohn Moll, Elko,
will be rewarded and Dan will be tor-
Mi'. Ki'.islmg.
iisin-il Ilis wife
Sunday last.
Eleti Ihing   is
mat  ami kites.
The early strawberry gels lhe lirst
p nn a frosty murning.
Mrs   Olio IVIsiicr visited    her   sis-
i. Mis. ('. How, iu Cranbrook   on
Monday last.
Mr. and Mr.-
into   llie   luui.
Mr.  I is  Kii
house has hei
ami now pi
pea ranee.
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i WARDNER i
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(From our   nun   correspondent.)
.Mrs. Wm Thorp visited Cranbrook
friends on Monday last.
Mr. .lohn Mcllinrinid, of lhe Cell-
Hal hotel, leil last Thursday for
Parry Sound, Ontario. Ue will
spend a couple oi months visiting at
liis old home.
Miss Rolands' loot is some belter,
but she is still confined to the house.
The Crows Nest Pass Lumber company wish to thank lhe men who
worked so nobly lo save their store
from lite last Wednesday night. For
.. .lilort time it looked as though
nothing could save the building, the
.unions on Ibe side street being
.in.islit'il tn alums by lhe intense
heat. The iiu-ii showed great presence ol mind, and great cooMieaded-
ness and an- ccrlulnly deserving of
great praise. Alter all danger from
lite at lhe stole was over, they tan
lo assist, those who were already,
busy al llu- Union lintel, the lire
having swept everything in its way,
.... far as lhe shooting gallery adjoining llu- hotel. Mr. Brown, the proprietor, fell so sun- thai nothing could
-an- his hotel thai he bail all the
■oiiteuts removed. It was, however,
uggeste.t that the shooting gallery be
pulled .lown ami in this way stop the
progress nf Hie Humes. This wus
done and after a few minutes ot nurd
lighting, tin- struggle was uvcr and
bunding saved. A wcll-equtppcd
lue brigade eollld mil have dune
much better work liinn Hn- Wardner
liuiki-i team.
Tlie   ice   lle.lin   Inumll
irking uverlinie nl  pi
ll..Iff
rani I.
ml    Hi    Innseln
films s..ninl.iv.
i I d nu some cupper  leave    Calgary dally cxcepl  Sunday
i.iith.       These   latter lur Fernie       This   will he a grcnl
■nils guillg  tn  see    next   culilellli'llce   In   III.-       traveling   public
nas mentioned tu   Mr.  between lu-n- and Calgary.
in- was a rumor afloat I 	
to the elicit ihal lu- had disposed ot Tlio enterprising proprietor uf tho
his slock iu ihe Si. Kugene, inn this'Australian hotel at Morrissey, Mr.
he denied. Uc said lie was as heal-1.]. E Stephens, has hung up n *-.">
ill- Interested Hi Hie company as pr|z(, i.> he given tn Uu- man whn
ever. |call-lies ihe l.ngesl  lish between Ker-
  'ni,-   mul   Elkn    this    season.     Hi-
Mi. ami Mrs. Tims. Under and little,  member nn fish slnry goes.    The renl
daughter  e  up  from  Pineher  this   „s|i     must he nn exhibition  in     Hie
eel; and ate luui making their homo Ferule drng stun- window.     Cnrrick
i Uu- wesi -uli- ui the lake.      Mr.   niack, NpaUii.g, llaiwnnd ami Ring-
•i.iii     iiill probably dn somo   work  w.n.l nro all i i Uu- conlosl,   I.ui
i lhe Auiul.i     properly during   the   thev   mil   Hie onlv  fishers in    llu-
 er. Uiiiin. ami    everybody     will ban-   a
  Isliuw at llr   Stephens' S2!i reward.
Tin- I'llilul  ,.f Hn- Lender will leave-,  .
iniorrow Im Nitnni , where he will I   ||   \y. \v,,.«l returned limn Victoria
-pi.-sciil Wildev Lodge Nn. -II, l.n.   Mimilav.        U'' leil    Mis   Wood   and
I-', .il   Uu- regular annual session Muster .i.u-k ;.t     Hm Oak Il.n hnlel,
il llu- tir.iiiii Lodge ot liritisb Cnliim- ., henulllul spot    at Vielnrln,   where
ii,i     During   bis absence    lhe paper ihev nre hrealhing sail son nlr     ami
mil In- in    charge "f     .1.  Peck Mac elijovlng un,- nl Iln- grnnilesl slrelcbes
sw.iiii.     win.   will otlleiale as eilitoi ,.i ..ci-uori  tn he found nnywh  in a
md general treli*l ngenl.       He will province   fall   ul    stench-      M.iiuil
lie assisted In ..ill faillltlll slamllivs, |l,,|„.| ,,.,,is lis lolly bend In Hi in lhc
\ II hut   I.uln,-I   .mil      RllSSell   I l.i-A I.f,   nil   in  llu-  Hie.isl.   .mil   11 real
Ml.    Mill ll, 11,.   nl     l.llll.i
ii   niter   uiih M.u
I"
lllll
ll
lids
Ilif
11 Masle
A   iff.   line nf  Hade has  been      es
labllslif.l   liellleen   Hie   I' lllllll   Wesi
md .l.ii       II.■in-..if inllkra     ate
.hipping  Nn   I   haul  lu Tukiu  in ex
'h.nigc   fur   fans mill  glllllou   lalileins.
(Iv
ing lu llu- backward seas
il  thai   .liim- ruses will
iu pick hetorc Oclnbcr.
nwyer,    uf .Infirm-
ml family    lu-n-   oi
li  beltcl  known     In   Olvmpio  ton sliclchi
.     ni     »nrlok"    and   w.-sl  iusl across Iln
■l'hiel-,-11."     He   1  Un- pnpel   mil   .l.„.|. ,-,.,,1.1 Im- ..,,
In-  in   able   llllllllS,   ami   lie  ask       thai    1 VCI   leil   llln
hei   bo given every    posslhl
UIE Tn CEI.EI1R \TE
Fernie uili eelebrnle Dimiinii
A pretty     iii-ihliug took plnee    In I In grand    slvle,      Negnllnllons I
Movie lust     Vuiliiesdiiy  morning   at. bee in.     fm-   several weeks
11 o'clock in which Mr   A   (1.  Monk-1 ivhldi   hnve   eiillillunleil     In iirrnngn
Miss Enimn Cnmernn weie I nls   for a good ..Id lin      lhe
llie eoiiti-aciiuu pnrtios. Tin- ui.ir- I-i „t .i„h flladslonc Miners
Inge ceiemniu     was   peifoinied   by nnlnn uili hnve     Hm colehrnlion   iu
tei   ('   ll    Main, nl    -Hie i'i. nnk Humd, ami will span- nn elTnrl In maki,
'i-esliyleii.iii   church.       Mi.     Herb  II. Ihe hesl rolebralion ever -held   in
..lives  was  the  groomsman and   Mis.   the Pass.
1. T. Ilnwnrd was the innld of trrangeiiienls have been made t..
niiur. Only the immi'iliale friends hnve a hnlnon asceiisinn on tin- ::-"■
■f  Hi- htiilc'aliil  grnoill were present,   ami 2fHh nf .lune.  .mil   nlso nn      Hi,.
The hnppy couple leil  Hm same   dnylflrsl   uf    July from    Hie   recreation
nf tbe west, and  they ate now Ink'-  grounds ami a  long    program [
ng a trip through the Okaiingan vol- sports, including horse racing, fi.nl
ev. Thev will return tn Movie hall, rnli-ilnnion spoils and manv
hour lhc iiith, when thev will   take oilier lenlures have been arrangi
Speaker have moved
recently vacated by
ami [.iinily. The
coiuplelcly roiiovnled
-nts quile a  cu/.y up
King  Edward has hit induced the
..isliiim uf currying a  tall cane, and
President   Rooscveli     never goes nui
nights wiiliuiii   the "big stick."
A new buiikhouse has been begun
Ibis week, nu a liil near Ibe sawmill. 11 will be finished nml ready
fur  the  men  in  llie course uf a    fen-
Mr. Cleorgc Owens' residence lias
been remodeled this week anil a large
new nildltion built, which ndds grcnt-
ly tn Uu- appearance and convenience
if the house.
Mr. ami Mrs Oldbrigllt, of Ollawa,
Out., ale spi-nding a few davs in
Inwii. Mis. Oldhrlglll is a sister nf
Hie lale Mrs. Oscar SI. Jacques.
They left fm iheir home in Ottawa
on Tuesday.
Mr. Iiiiisclnian Ims sold nul bis
I Behold c«ffis lo Mr. R. II. Unhurt. Mr. Unhurt has turned 1 Indwelling house into a hiinrtlilig house
and lias also pill in a large slock nf
liquors. Alt. luiiseltiiau ami family
will leave hero in a few davs for their
old home in Minnes'iia. I . s. Mr.
ami Mrs. Imisclmuii proved themselves
to be kind and good neighbors, ami
we regret Iheir departure Irom our
midst.
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Mrs.  Harold  Hailing and little son	
Dudley, of    Cnmroso,   Alta., arrived lire hall
lown on Thursday morning lust.
Mis. Dutling is p.ii-'niug her furniture
nil having ii senl lo Cumrose, where
lui- Intend residing fur a time.
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(From  the Moyie Leader.)
MOVIE   WILL CELEBRATE
A   lllll  PROGRAM  FOR  DOMINION'
HAY
It has been decided to celebrate
Dominion Day. Al a meeting held
in the Leader ollice lasl night definite
iclion was taken. The business interests of llie lown were well rcprc-
icntetl. Hurry Dinioek presided.
Alter it was decided Ihal « celebration   n oiilil    he held,     the foil..wing
illllniltee    was    appointed   lo      have
large of il;
II. II. Dimoek, chairman.
.1. W. Fitch, secretary.
Jus.  Roberts.
J. S. MacKacherii. treasurer.
'flu- committee will hold another
meeting, nexl Wediiosdny evening,
when sub-cijiiiiuiiiei's will'he nppoint-
program arranged and a general ,.n 11 i nt- of Uu- celebration fixed.
There will probably be a hose reel
race oi lu-n. a heller drilling contest
than eft, and limn- attention will
he paid to nqtlnfic spurts than at
former celebrations. Then iu the
'-idling a gland hall will he given iu
aid  of  Hie  building lund  fm   Hie new
Christina Blackburn was in Cran
brook dining tlie week ullt-udilig llu
high school examination.
homos     Cinhaii,  nl     Michel,  was      J.   N.   Vamlcibiiig,    who bus    been
ber i Friday making arrangements  a resident nl Moylo lur the pnsl In.,
Im- Hie building of    a new hotel, iu  years, lefl wilh his family Wednesday
lhe place nl Hie old one which      was   for Calgary.
burned on     Wednesday   night.    Mr. j '        	
Cmlmn's plans are lo make this one     The Methodist ehureh is being li I
pf Uio finest houses on Uio Crow. It with include ceiling, which adds
is Io be steam heated nnd lighted 'greatly lo the appearance on the
wiib electricity, and will hnve all oiilslilo. J. II. Hawke i.s siiperiu-
ttie modern uud up-to-dute eonven- on the Aurora properly during the
iences.     Work will be commenced ou moments while oil shift.
the old grounds at once. j 	
  I    Win.   llnul I on,      the new Melhotlist
The posl ofllce having been des- minister of Hie Movie church, ami
Iroyed by lite, lhe mail is being dis- bis wife arrived hole Thiirsdny. Mr.
Iribiiled in Parker A Thorp's ollice.   Bolton will hold service and   preach
,„,   Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock,     nnd
Ihere was a lidal wiixr in Toronlo   his sullied will he:     "The Life That
bay the other day, supposed In     he  Chrlsl   Brings."     Mr. Bollon is     n
caused by the wnler leaking out   of  recenl arrival Irom England.
Cobalt stocks. I 	
ti ,-  1—r -,,     n       ...  '   -'nines   Cronin   spent    n day    In! iorii'duiTng tho'week.     Mrs. Telfiiril i
lhe ninny friends nl Mrs. Oscar SI.   Moyie Ihis week wliile on bis way lo'and family accompanied Mis. TllgRlns
.Inclines were indeed sorry In boat -of  his ranch near Cowley, Alberla. Mr.'on a  pleasure Hip to Sirdar yostcr-
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ii-, Sunt Oranl.   ns ;i wedding
Unth   Alt.   nnd     Mrs. l\Innk-
insi' hit iunnn1" Mityip's must  |mini-
...r yniuiR     pcnplp,   nml   Hie Uwipr
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MUNICIPAL CONTEST
The poll to elect an alderman to
lake the place oi Fred Stock was
held in Uu- cilv nlliees on Tuesday.
Nominations were made on Saturday
anil Hubert lliilllie ami Richard Hammond were the only nominees. No
lime was losi by cither candidate iu
gelling their friends .busy on llu- can-
s ami considerable Interest was
nilesteil in the cunlest. Tin- pull
clusnl at 8 fi. in. and lhe oHlelnl
count gives llie following resell:
limbic nri
lllinilllnml   811
Spoiled     »
Marked   for identillcntion...   2
Total int.- pulliil  HM
Mi. Diilloe is therefore elected   ns
nlderninn fnr    ibe  rcinninilei- ui   the
pieseiii term.
.1. II. Wallace, manager ul Uie
Fernie Flee Press ami Miss Laura
Walker were married in Winnipeg
Tuesday lust. Mr. ami Mrs. Wallace rcliirncd In Fernie mi Thursday.
Al a meeting nf lhe police commissioners held lust night, grave
charges were laid against Acting
Chief of Police Phillips ami Constabli
Murphy. Hntli men denied emphatically ibe charges laid lull handed in
their resignations, which were uc-
eepled. Constable Sampson was appointed acting chief, with Constabli.
Parks, of Coal Creek, .as assistant.
Tbe marriage of oui- esteemed
iiiiinsman, Mr. Arthur II. (Tec. nnd
Miss Muriel Siidilaby. nl Berlin,
Out., took place on Wednesday ot
this weoki al the home nl the bride's
parents. Until the contracting parties ale well known here nlllli the
people uf Fernie     unite in extending
[Uigrnlulnlions,
T. II. White and Oeo. Clapp leave
on Siitindav for lhe const lo attend
meeling ol the Grand Lodge ol
Oddfellows.
A man named Hnbcris, of Hosmer,
itteinplcil In cntninil suicide on Mondav last by taking carbolic acid.
Fori una I civ he was taken to the
hnspllnl iu time tu prevent death.
Ilomesllc trouble is said to have
.ceil Uu- cause of Hie attempt on
his life.
.■nihil Johnson had liis leil hand
icverely burned by the nccl-lontnl
>xphision nf a shell ill a six shunter
hai he was overhaul ing. The gun
i.is sllglltiy     rusted and   in extrnc-
 it Hn-'   cartridges one of   fliein,
dn some    unknown   cause, exploded
li Uie painful    resell before men-
Mr   .1   P.    Tiit'iii-v. assistant    pur-
hnslng   ngenl   for the    Crows Nest
Pass Coal eompnny, left on Wedncs-
mmiiiiig fm  Trinidad, Colorado,
wliete  he   will   he  united   ill  lll.illi.ige
nub Miss Chnppell Cunningham,   ,.!
ll.it   i-ili.      On   llu-  eve  nf  his ilepni-
urc Mr   Turinv    v. is   tin   r?:i|ikni
,1  a   |iill se nf gold "II  heliall nl      Ins
fellow employes nf the company stnlt
Mayor   S. Bonnell   left    Inr    Hie
■asl vcsleiday    morning on ImpolT-
nt     business.      He    will  be uhseiit,
nhoul a week.
(From The Feruie Ledger.)
Mayor Bonnell left Thursday morning fur the coast,  lo be gone several
Wliile away be will attend the
annual mooting of lhe Masonic lodge
Miss flutes, sister of Al'lertniin .1.
L. (laics, left [or llnnistoii, Out.,
Thursday evening.
Mrs. Tuggins anil son, of Leilue,
Alia., have been   visiiing Mrs.   Tel-
fii.in
ui all lim-s ,,f roll-
■raneed. Look nui
programmes, which
Reduced    rnles
points' each   w.iv
wnv have been'
fur  lig  hills am
will be issued  in
Now i- lhe lime fm- Fred Waters
lu get  in anil work mi  Hint   lug     nf
war lentil, as Ihere is sure in he   a
good prize hum: up. Full pailii-nlais
will appear in nexl week's Ledger.
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Headquarters for
Lumbermen
ulinis.-etii.mlly hieniml and Ims one ol the host illulngr	
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CLINE'S   POPULAR j
BARBERSHOP
| is now located in Us comfort
able and attractive new quar-
I ters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up to-
date and is modcrnly equipped
to do jusl the best work in all
branches ol the totisorial art.
Library Voting Contest
W.   11.   H>:
C.-onl.i'i-ik |l. (
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110 VOLUMES AM) OAK CASE
ThisoU.
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■ Iiui- of voU-s ill llu-liilli.ti in,
su will Lu uivuii hv vole I.,
inliniiik ur Distrit si-clltiiiK
ttintiiii-r:
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John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kind;
of repaint.;.   Give ine a call.
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Hotel    j
Marysville!
: T. Cole, Manager   i
l Wi- uivu the liost  In inn- |»t- ♦
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nls linliil below will fin- uiih i-vi-rv Ion .■
  ml.'.     Tin-,-..nt,-si L.-u-ins I'Vl.iii.-in-Nli.   11107, uml
ilst. IIHI7.      A hllllol Ims is|,ln,-,,l i„ iWli,,"; Aluliison
■lll.-l-,-   Vlltl-S   ..,.-   In   I...   ,l,|„,sil,-,|.        Al    ll lose uf   till-
.it pnrclilIBi
'liiMi'M   .lulu
i Hiui; slur,
nl.:sl   Hn
I'liur.-li. (School, Sniii'iy nr laiilnv liuving llm lur«i'st iniinliur ul'  i s
will Im iiwurili'il tin- Lilintry.    Currant uccoiiuls when  iiroinutlv puiil
Willi lllllh-il I., ml,-s.
li* uiii1.it   '
iii.i.'li.iiils lislcil
lOni'li week iliu HiTiilil will iiuiiuiini-i- lite roaunctivo Btiii.ili.ie nt
llll- ci'llli'slnills.
.I.s   cun   only  Im   received by  truiline with llm
CRANBROOK
HILL & CO.TRADING COMPANY
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
Campbell & Maiiiiiiij*;
Qroccries, Fruit., uml
Confectionery uml
Tobaccos
Flour and Feed
Implements and
Harness  .   .   .
Beattie & Atchison
DRUGS
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Wlion You
Come to tho Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens ft Rnckcudnri
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$i.oo   PER   DAV
Calgary, Alta.
P. Burns & Co McCALLUM & CO
MEAT MARKET HARDWARE
A. L. McDERMOT   De^"  Bros.
Wine and Spirit Merchant BLACKSMITHS
lhc II. C. I.ivcry .-^liildc-
B. H. Short & Co,
Painters and Decoralers
Wall Papers
CRANBROOK
Cartage and Transfer Co.
JVl llll llullsllli;    Colli
mid Oil Agents
The
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C.   C.   S.       t
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Alining Engineers
and Surveyors.
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li.-i   deal i in Hie lianlnook liospllnl Pronln's visit was merely a fralernal   tiny returning today.
I nn  iiicstlny,    .lune .llll Inst, in     her one.       He    slomieil off     Io see llm i    ' 	
quarantine    wns lifted    Irmn  Uvcnlv-tlilri   year.      Decnascd     had people  nml     in get liis    puro   broil |   Tho C. P. tl   nn- 1111-111111111- In nut
i.iP   ."I'T.    ,",','''""'.  ,s»l"r'l'|y nt   "'';".,'" r'llllll« l"'-'1111 tor somo time, chickens which he is tntiing down lo'n s per on tin- Pernlo-Calimry train'
if,,.   1   ,'"; ,lil ""'' ,]n"" ""■*""'"  '"" " »-"• ""' ''HU'i'ti'il I'nt. t nil his ranch.       Mr. Cronin I ruling   nexl  week.     This sleeper wil   leave  * """ "  X ' THOS   T   lloVITTIIS
mors »llo»i«l to roam n large. The  was   so near.       Mrs.   St. Jacuue. the Victoria IJuecu mine near Nclsou,   r'cinic   daily    except   Saturday unit  **********************  J. TlLAiDLAW,'ItB.
Men's I lux Cnlf Shoes, $2 50
llegulnr, Hull
CRANROOK, B. C.
THOS. T. McVI'l'TIM, f, L, 8,
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It Ih Healthy
It is the Best
Pt. Steele Brewing Co. CUE CRAKBROOK EUBUAJJ)
ENGLAND
Mine. Mclba laid Uw corner stone
of ii ww gramophone factory at.
Mayes, MUMIosex.
In a manger at Dunstable, n Dork-
hi]* lien is carefully brooding several
kittens tn which a one-eyed cat recently gave birth.
A shipping    ollice in Loudon    was
asked in arrange for Hwt sliljii il tu
lii.li.i i.S Hill cuts to ileal with llu:
rats in a (ilagllU ilislnrl.
Five schools ai Kiiii-lHey, attended
bv nearly 2,01)0 rhililn-ti, have been
-•Instil roi  three weeks owing to   tin
epidemic nl measles ami whooping
cough.
Tli-<   i-.i.il    milpul     ol  Hi<- United
Kii.'.i   insi yeai   was arn ,007,1128
Idiik- ,.ii Incuw ol nearly 15,000,000
inns i.ii the prnvlnns year, stairs   a
ImliK' nlliri' leltiin.
Two wllil iisses liinn IVrsla have
l.ii'ii phiceil in the colirn liointe at lhe
/im They lire wild to hv ijnlte nu
tamable Their height is about Ihnl
nt a pony.
Ilurgl-n-s luolii- ititu a sub-post of-
li.i- at Tooling, chloroformed the
postmaster ami his wife, nml stole
liinn* than -lull in cash ami nearly
imi worlh ot slumps.
Mnrk V. Merry, secretary ol the
W.ikcli Id ami West Riding Pormnnenl
Building society, is missing, ami de-
fii'lcn i Ions amount in*- to bet ween
.CI2.0IM) ami il.'i.ium have been discovered.
The annual return for the police
forces ol Englnn'd and Walt's, Issue*!
shows   thai.      the     tola)    milliter   of
policemen is -1(1,027. The total cost
was £3,7-13,02.1. The city policeman
costs mi nn average il 12.
The plaintiff In « case at Mie Lambeth county cuurt said be was sure
the defendant was welt-to-do, as he
livid in a house rented al CfiO n
year, kept a servant and had ten eats
on the premises.
Krom a return of kilts by eighty-
nine packs in England it appears that
5,130 foxes fell to hounds '(luring the
■limiting season jusl ended, while at
lens! oiie-lnilf of thai number were
marked to ground.
The workhouse master reported to
the Drain tree hoard of giiurdfeins
that two paupers bail painted the
whole building and saved the hoard
about £210. One was appointed
|minter-in-genernl at 5s per week.
Fifty pounds damages for being
hi Wen by a dog has been awarded in
tin* Wandsworth county court to
Miss d'Arragon. n ladv's'help, against
Mr. Russell Rturgis White, her employer ami the owner of the dug.
Five ciinrdinns and four nfllclnts r>f
the West Hani union were convicted
at the New Duller of eonsplmey to
defraud the gumi'llnns, ami seuleiteed
to various terms of hard labor, One
guardian was acquitted.
During a christening service a I
Chris! church, Warminster, Wilts, the
heavy tenor bell clashed through the
floor of lhe belfry. Two women
with tables, lhe vicar ami the sexton narrowly escaped injury.
The Wesi minster hoard nl guar
dinns, at their meeling granted tbe
application nf a pnupet named Thus
Johnson for the supply of n set ol
fake teeth, the cost of which it was
stipulated should not exceed, i'i.
According to a report just issued hv
lhe medic.il nflloet of health foi the
Port of London, 56,446 tats weie
destroyed in the London docks during
the past yeni       This brings the total
 nliei   ol   lats      killed   situ e   l>Vhiii
all',   IflOl,   to   141,007.
Tin-    parish of    Sklddnw, rmnbei
I I.  has onlv     one Inhabitant,      a
i.innkeeper employed hv I ..id Lecon-
li.-ld He ts pri'vented from excreta
ing the franchise because there Is in.
ehureh oi     niffillr liulldtug on    which
Iln- Voters'  lists cm  he  p'.st.-il.
\ hurglni who was hroughl before
th.' mnglslrates nl    st   Ives, Hunts.
said  he .Inl   not   go U|>sl.iil*.   to  se.uch
im  valuables bccmiKe the eat in   the
hoilSe   followed       l.llil    .ihfiiI    like        a
was .(li.inl it would II) at htm
The owners of Lnwcslnft boats t,.k
im-. part in the mackerel fishery oh
the Cornwall coast have received
news ot henvy losses Irom the enoi
moils caichcs of fish Nets worth
luinli.'ils ol pounds have been sunk lo
the bottom b\ the great weigh! nl
lish ami  lost
\ ri-in.nt-..hie golfing experience is
i.'in.iinl Hum .Newark Mr. Hcim
Ibevoi, solicitor, drove bis hall into
Hn*     rivei  Devon   and     killed a lish
neailj      21  p. .Is in weigh!      IbiUi
hall and  le-h weie In ! close togcth-
n   tbe  lish healing  ibe  tuaiks ol    its
in
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■real deplel	
the borough
nt     veais  owlt
to building oprrntlons, and the
horoiigli siii-.c-.ot has now prepared a
scheme   Im     tho    phuiHng of nhoul
llli.noo pines and 17,000 rhndi.-
.l.*iiiiltons,  at   an vstlmaled  ens!      nf
iii.noo.
Holly Loilge, lllghgnte, Ihe icsld-
euec of the lale llaioness Burdett-
Cotltts, which is shortly to In* snid,
is probably lhc most extensive su-
herbau estate in close proximity to
I "' ■■ it is dinicult lo imngine
I'i-.iI ii ither house standing iu
i-i omuls of flfty acres is still to he
found    within live   miles of Chafing-
Mr. Glynn Vivian, whn recelllly of
feral to huilil an art gullt-rv at :■
cost of £3(1.0(10 f„r Swanses and
ctpiip it with a priceless collection
nf art treasures, withdrew bis nffer
yesterday because flltv burgesses nro-
teslnl against the raising of £250 'a
year for lhc inaititciiaiici» of Ibe i*-
stlllltlnn by nn increase of Mie library rnlo.
What is believed to he a record attendance at school'teis been made at
Richmond, where Jessie Hobday has
attended every school day without
once being late, from the am* of three
tn fourteen. Tliis makes eleven
vears' perfect attendance. She has a
silver medal fnr seven years' alteird-
aiice, a silver watch, ami several
other valuable prizes.
The mallet used hy King Charles-
II. when he laid the.foundation stone
of St. Paul's catlifdral, which, was
afleiwards   presented   lo   lhe   Masonic
lodge of Antiquity by (he brother nf
Sir Christopher Wren, was used by
tlio Karl nf Warwick recently in la-y-
iug the corner stone of the Masonic
tun-el al Hereford cathedral The
ceremony took place with lull Masonic honors, following a special service in tin* cathedral. The world is
enstiug about   £3,000.
Tin* death of Admiral Sir George
Randolph, a Crimean veteran, has occurred at Hove. The admiral entered tin* navy in I83fl, ami retired in
ISM J le took pait in the battle ot
NepaslTTpol, am! commanded a detached stpiadioii from 1873 to 1875.
Tin- hoarding has just been removed
 i the fiont    of the recently built
add li  tn the     patent  nllici-  ia I loi
I.oi ii. aud il is expected that ihe e*
leiisioii will be opened early in June.
\ curiosity iu the ollice Is a copy nl
tbe liist protection granted hy James
I under the patents statute passed iu
Iris rely).
Excavations arc taking place at the
ruins of llradley Old Hall, the only
seat of iln* Kill vet on ami Meynell
families, iu a .search for treasure
which I nidi tion says lies hidden
lltere.     11  is   known  lhat  a suhtei-
r an passage    exisls     undei     lhe
ruins, but this has not yet been
reached. 11 is .su*-j*,cs1'il in a local
history thai the treasure, if it, ever
Aisled, may have been carried olf by
parly of the Voung I'ret en tier's
followers   who visited tlie place, the
ie history stated that "before the
Prince commenced his retreat  iiorth-
il from Derbyshire he had rcplen-
;d bis war chest in the extent nf
some thousands nf pounds,"
Some interesting details nf tbe ar-
tngemenl ami payment of the stall
which al tends to the gastronomic
wants of members ol parliament are
jiveti in the first report of the select
ummiltce nn the kitchen and refresh-
iiml looms of the house of volutions, lu all lhe staff numbers
eighty-line persons, under the control
of a manager, who receives iMlW a
year. The head waiter receives
tJlall a year, while the chef gets jtti a
week. He is assisted hy eight conks,
whose wages range from £2 las a
week lo £1 a week. The head carver gets il Ids a week, and the
smoking room attendant £1 Lis.
It Is nearly -III years since Dickens
lied; and Ibe first Dickens memorial
io he (-reeled in London is fittingly
ssoclated wiib old FiirnivaPs inn,
where the novelist wrote the lirst half
f Pickwick, and lived, for foul
ears, in chambers to the right ol
ihe churchyard, jusl ffiside the old
.-ritranee. Fiirnlvnl's inn, as it was
■ ti Dickens' day, is uu mote. Its
itncc has been taken by the palatial
.litres nf au insurance company; hut
agilely lhe new building follows the
ine of Ihe old one, and Ibe memorial
a bust of Dickens ami a commctiiiira-
[vi! tablet beneath) bas been set up
v the directors facing what wnuld
have been the enirniice in his old
>oms.
IRELAND
he death is announced at  the age
seventy-nine years of Gen.  Henry
Butler,   at     Halicarron.  near Tipper-
\.     He served through the Crimean
l New Zealand wars.
The Hail of Limerick is offering for
sale b\ nuclion, on July 3 the fec-
llnple ownership ol prnctlcall) all of
lie    -lound  on    Which   tlie city      ol
.ltiit'tick is built.
Mi Patrick O'Hnrn, who was retimed unopposed at the general eleo-
lon as Nationalist memhel for
Norlh Mnnn-fhnn, announced his re
gmitioii owing to ill health.
\  fatal nci idenl  occurred on      ihe
,.ik anil    Passage     railway.     Two
ien  named  H.iiu   an.l Ooilghlan weie
nlklng on the    tint- between Black-
>ik   and    Ko.b.-siowii,     when they
l cyclfsl uaiiitil .lames Swivnev,
d iliun SPVen, who bad apparent
eollided with lhe wall of a bouse.
s found dead with his shattercil
vcle tu. the lop of bill) on tbe
i.l at   Ibillyscanlon,    County  Done*
. painful i Iv     tragedj occurred
CI en.  County      Mav..,   Michael
nm. aged 3.1, being shot dead in
course ol an nltercallon with liis
lu-i in i..w .lohn Sherlock The
nn. man ii t>. alleged, attempted
attack Sherlock with a table
knife.
A serious (Ire is repol led from Tin*
heh Tbe s.eiie      was a farmyard
iwned In Mi .lames Doyle, of Ktl-
ivenej n nppenrs that when rolling to bod be sow tbe premises all
i--hi. hut iu the morning be dlscov*
red Ihnl a lai-.e shed, iu winch were
three horses, threo cattle, and some
il.n, bad been burned lo the ground,
.mil lhe --n  inn In were dead.     The
ilamnge is eHlimnlefl .it ovei  £200.
Ditiastrous results attended the i*aU*
which raged over Ireland the other
nighl a --wak*-" was In progress
in a cottage neat Luru.au, when tbe
hiijhlhig was blown down, and the
mourners and 'lhe liuilv wi-ri* hurl«i
in lhe debris. File broke out owing to lhe smxshing of a lamp in the
wreckage. Ii was exliiit-uished by
neighbors, who then dug out Mie
mourners. 'I'he latter were Severely
Injured, ami lhe body was much dis-
llgured when recovered six hours
Inter.
Aboul two hundred men from the
counties of Merry and Amt rim con-
dilcliil an intei-cuuiily cock-light on
one of the islands nf'Lough Neagh.
Willie the contest wns going on, half
a dozen policemen arrived on the
shore nf lhe lake, and, as the cock-
liirhtcts had taken all tbe boats,
stripped off their tunics nnd swam to
the island. As soon as the police
appeared, the cock-fighters made fm
their boals ami returned to the ina.n-
laud, leaving lhe constables to swim
afler tbem.
Considerable excitement has been
caused in Ibinaghnr, County Kos-
common, by the wholesale scattering
nf some hundred sheep and cattle
from the grazing ranches in the
neighborhood ol Ktlmore, neai Bal-
linasloe. At Itallmtubher, the local
members ot the timed Irish l-fame
asseiiilrlnl round a grazing farm ami
scattered the cattle, with which ii
was stocked, ovei the countryside
The police who attempted to quell
the. disturbance wire beaten back by
tbe mob, and bad to take refuge in
.barracks. Only a few ol the cattle
have as yet been m-overed.
Au accident, which horrified the
onlookers, but failed to discompose
the victim, oocurrcd in the exhibition
recently During a display of mimic
warfare by the natives of Somali Innd,
who have a village in the grounds, a
warrini   accidentally    'i-nt   bis  ,t se^.u
right   through   the arm    of  * tlu-i
combatant To remedy his mistake
lu* then tnoki a knife ami. to the -<
tonlshment ol the spectators, calmly
cut away the flesh where tbe assegai
had entered, ami so released the weapon. The injured Somali submitted
to the operation witb eipial conIue<i
ami aftei tbe othei had washed the
wound retired lo his tent and lay
down to rest.
James   Joyce,    a   man  of  I'tc.it   si/e
am! powerful build, called at the
Archbishop ol Tiwh's palace nl
Tuiim, flalway, ami nsM roi his
grace Mlsliellevitic tin1 stntemenl
that Mr llealy had com* lo Mercv
convent tn say mass, iln* man forced
his wav into the palace ami searched
every eornei. He then went to th,*
cathedral grounds and joined a crowd
which was waltliiB lor tin- archbishop. When the latter appeared
Jovce rushed a! bim, and a slruggle
ensued. Mr. Henly was wilh diirit'ul-
ty prote-ted, but eventually Joyce
was knocked down, tied with a rope,
and taken to the police barracks
When Joyce was unbound hy the po
lice, seven men were required to quell
his resistance. lie was commit led
as a dangerous lunatic to HalHnasloo
asylum.
SCOTLAND
Lord Mount   Stephen     has     given
another  fin.nun   to    the   Aberdeen
Royal Infirmnry.
A remarkuble tragedy, nf which a
Scottish foot-halter named Ourrfe, IS
vears old—who was suffering from
lameness caused hv an accident while
playing, and a little hill were the
victims, occurred on the North British railway at ClydeJiunk, The child
wandered on the line, ami finrrie, observing an express train approaching, dashed to the child's rescue. Ilis
lameness prevented him from gelling
the child clear, and both were knock.
oil down and IciMed.
The police (Scotland) report for
IHOft recommends the provision nf
vans in hir^e towns fnr conveying
policemen to or from distant heals
and fnr prlnging iu prisoners.
Another shilling a sack was added
to the price nf (lour in Scotland,
making a tolnl increase in a forl-
night of 3s. (id. The bakers increased the price of bread hy a halfpenny
the four-pound loaf.
With eleven stabs over her hear!,
Kllzabcth Wilson Mn.thiesrin, .of flil-
mour, a.L-ed twenty-two years, was
fouml murdered in hei house in Car-tie
street, fllnsgow, and a voting cartel
is in custody
Th.* prevalence of anthrax in Scotland is causing great alarm, as the
outbreaks ate more numerous than
tbe returns under the various acts represent. It is not yet known whether or not much of lb-.* laud bas become Impregnated with the bacilli,
bul as outbreaks occur spontaneously farmers cannot account for them.
Some experts incline tn the opinion
that certain reeding, cakes Imported
mm eastern countries may have
lOmetiHng to do with this scourye.
Considerable Interesl has been
iroused in     Scotland hv a discovery
.f gold nu the StronuchulUn estate,
winch comes down to tin* side of
Loch Fvne, -a     lew miles from Ardi-
hnig.     Tlie fact lhat valuable   mln-
r.ils enrich ihe estate has been
known lor many years, and forty or
, years ago excavations were mado
for copper am! lead. The existence
of gold was unknown, however, The
quart*/ so far dealt wilh has been
found almost on the surface, and tbe
analysis shows that it contains gold
of a very high quality.
excellent progress has been math*
in the preparations foi the Scottish
National exhibition, to be held in
I'llinhurdi in 1908. The guarantee
iiniii is well beyond what was asked,
and the corporation have granted for
the exhibition an excellent site at
Lniighton park. The general plans
bave now been decided upon, and
Scottish architects have now lodged
their competitive plans fnr ihe main
buildings. These include a hall of
Industites, machinery hall, concert!
hall, fine ar! palace, winter garden
ami band stand.
i j Cranbrook Sash    5
PROFESSIONAL CARDS SIS J
»■■!    ■■■■■■ if   and Door Factory ;
ottaua. !* J l
Murphy A:  Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental
Patent   Office   Agents.
Practice Before Rallwav Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Fishi-r.
Cbesi ent Louou No. ..'■!
KNUiHTS   of    PYTHIAS
Craiibrnnk, It. C,
Meets every Tuesday at ^ p. m. ni
New Fraternity Hall
A   C. Bowness, 0. C.
F. A. Small,  K. nl K. A- S
Visiting   brethtcn   cuidmily  inviied
to attend.
I.o." r Key Cll) ItulRt
No. tH. Meets ever)
^f*-V^^ Monday night *
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourn
Ing o-ldleli-j-A-i cordially lnvlltsl
('bas   Smith, F. ll   \i- K..y,
N. tl. Suc'y,
irnnbriiuk Utlje, m«. j
a. i. a \. M,
All kin.U t>f Iiui-;li work in
way of doors, windows, trim- ]
s.miB, etc.   Kiln dried lumber 1
fur inside work.   Our work if* *
gunranteod mul our prices nro *
SiitiaLiotury.    ScrtHJii    dui.ra t
KoukIi and Dressed Lumber j
CANADIAN
Pacific
mii.WAv
Pur Sale
Regulai meetings on
the Limtl riiiiiaday
uf ever'i   mouth.
ViMltlng Dretl. eu welcomed
\\    F.  Alinl.',', Sec'y
Kdward Klwell, U.M
Crivnbrook Aerie 967
FOE
iMi-i-l L-i'f-iy   Kriiluy     evening ut 8
P.m. .,»6l4.
C'l.as. Smith, ll.l'.
M. 1).  ItilliiiKs, Secretary,
Visiting brethren eurtliully iuviled
I.OYAI. ORANOtl LOUOIO, Nl). 1S7
OllANUltOOK
Meet at II. ul I.. If Hall Uml  mi.
111. Sat.ii.lay eael. muntli.
Visiiing bretlireii always wt-lt-oiu,
T. H.iyti-r, .las. li. Larrlgan.
W. M. Sec'y.
W. I-. UURO,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
UHANBllOOK.HHITI.SII   COL.UMBI
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* C, H. DUNBAR       t
* Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary    J
J Public, i-:tc. I
J   Cranhrook,    -    -    II. C.   8
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HI'S. KINO & (JRCEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Oflle. at   llealili-ni-e,   Arntstrong  Av.
OVPIOH) I10UIIS :
Forenonns 1) mi t.i in mi
Allernoons - - - 2.nn to -1.00
Evenings - - - - 7.30 in 8.30
Sundays - - - - 3.30 to   1.30
CKANKKOI.H :.     .: HI
OR. P. E. KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS i
I.l.i 12 a.m.
1 lo   t p.m.
7 to   3 |l.l.i.
llftui. auil reaitleLC. on A.i.isti.iiig a*
CKANHKOOK, ll. C.
DR. F. B. A1ILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS l
• to l'l ..111,
1 to   I p.m.
T to   I v ui.
Ottlo In new  llt-i.l tiliift
CRA.MIUOOK,  b. I'
tiKSIflNS POltTFOI.IO
ot..ma,    .lune     lO.-Hon. Charles
Iiiiiiii.. Ii.is li-sif-iu-il Ilis portfolio
.is iiiinisti-i ol piililir winks anil will
ii-liii- int.. priiute life iinitu'ili.itel',.
Me has wiit.in lo Si. Milfriil l,0U(-
ier Inslstlttg thai  his rcsignntioti   lie
.u-ei-|.tlil. ami tie lie allowed to 1 el-la
Iftiii'lnt-iil Tin- It-Iter is lial.-il fi.-in
l.if Angelrs, I'nl., and is illlterontl
from imi other cmirtniiiilenlioi. he has
li.ul wi.li the governtnenl In '.hat it.
absolutely iletnatHls thai his resigita-
.ion he accepted.
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; CIVIL  fiNlilNI-.HIS AMI   DOMINION '■
AND B.C. I.IMI SUKVBVnRS
to.0'no?oh's Cranlirook, B.C. ■
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TO AMERICAN SUBSCRIBERS
On ai-nuiiit of the raise in second-
class poslaj-e rates between Canada
and the United Slates, nn and after
May 8, 1007, the subscription price
nf lhe Herald lo residents of the
t'niled Slates will Ik- «2.!i0 per annum. This includes new and renewed subscriptions, and is merely the
additional pnsluee that must be paid
fnr American delivery.
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FLOOR. RUGS
IN   WOOI.
.sliTAl'KSTItY
ONU-IIIIARTEIt OFF THIS WliKli
C....C. s.
Geo. R. l.eask & Co
BUILDERS anil
'■CONTRACTORS
Olir wmk in [our iiiU-eili-i'iiieiit, hut w-
pill IhiH Hi) ill tlie lli'Ullil.li.
omphiiHizo it,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Ni-iir Ijiwur 'rniHiiou*.' Avenue.
TKLK1MIONK 114
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
TeHiiiH nml driven tioiilahc.l fnr nn*.
point In Hie ilUlrlct.
A. UOYLG. AUaager
I.ANIi NOTICE.
CHANBHOOK  I.ANU DISTRICT
DISTRICT uK KOOTENAY
Take notice Uiat Jobn Cti&tlea
st.n'ty, nt Uranbrook, ranulier, has
applied io i jn'itnissiuii to purchase
ilie rullowing tleseiihed lands: Com*
tiieneiiig at a pust planted forty
ehains south of the south-west corner ol Lot 6,(118, Ihenee .w ehains
east, llimce -m chains north, thence
in eh.iius went, thence -III chains
south to the point al commencement,
containing Hit) acre-;, more or less.
Objection must lie filed witii the
Vssfstaiit Commissioner of Lands and
Works at Cranlirook on or before the
.sth day of July, Ia07.
.lohn Charles Stacey.
Dated the Sth of May. 1907.       8-tit
NOTICE.
Take notice thai under the provi
sions of Section _2:J, Chapter 37,
Revised St.ilutes of Cannda, IHtllt,
ihe Canadian Pacillc Railway Cum
puny, as Lessees and exercising tin*
finncliiscs of the British Columhlii
Soiitheiu Kaihvay, intends tu a|i|)ly
lo the Hoard oi Railway Commissioners for Canada, after the expira-
ion of four weeks trom Uie date of
he lirst publication ol this notice, or
o soon thereafter as the application
an he heard, lor authority lu con*
Intel, maintain and operate branch
lines of the Hrillsli Columbia SoiiMj-
■iii Rallwav, commencing a! a point
mi the said 11. ('. S. Railway, in Lot
ill, Croup I, Kast Kootenay Dislriel, and running from them-e in a
north-westerly direction tu points on
-laid Lot 29; the location ol which
viid proposed branches is more particularly shewn on a map or plan.
in.lile and hook of reference deposited
n tlie Nelson Itcglslry Ollice, H. C,
m Uie Dtli dav of May, UM>7, as No.
V.MII (. notice ol which deposit is
ilso hereby given pursuant to th
provisions of the said section.
C. Drinkwater,
Secretary.
DaliMl this 1Mb dav of May, A. D.
11107. tf-tt
"WINDFALL"   MINERAL   CLAIM.
SITUATE ON MARK CREEK. IN
THE PORT STEELE MINING
DIVISION OE EAST KOOTENAY.
Take Holier lhat I, Alfred Dovle,
Kree Miners' Certificate, Nn. B74158,
intend lid days from th1 date hereof,
to apply to lhe Mining Recorder for
i Certificate of Improvements for the
imrpnsp of obtaining a Crnwn Orant
d the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under Section ;i7, must he commenced before the issuance ol such
Certificate of Improvement.
Alfred Doyle.
Dated this 7th dav of May, A. D.
1907. 8-ilt
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Take notice lhat an application has
been made to recister John Mc-
Dermid as the owner in Ken Simple,
under a Tax Sale Deed from Alfred
C. Nelson, Assessor of tbe District of
Port Sleele, to .lohn McDermhl,
bearing date the 21st dav of November, A. I). Hit)I, of alt and singular
ihal certain parcel or tract of land
.mil premises situate, lying and hcim*
in the Town of Wardner. in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known ami described as Lot
Fourteen, Block Thirty-Two, in the
Town of Wardner, in Ihe Province of
British Columbia (Map RAH),
Vou and each of you are required
lo contest the claim of the tax purchaser within fourteen days from the
tlale of the service of this notice upon
you, and in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens beini* filed
within such period, you will be forever estopped and debarred from
selling up anv claim to or in respect
of tlie said land, and I shall rct-ister
John McDermld as owner thereof.
Dated at Land Beiiistry Office, Nelson, Province ol British Columbia,
this Uiih dav of October, A. D.
1005.
H,   T    Mi.flfnil.
District  Registrar,
To Lilian J   A. fiutd
Elennot  Curd
John B. Warren I2-2t
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby i"ivt*n that sixty
days after dute 1 intend to apply tu
ihe Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works, Victoria, Hrit ish Columbia,
for tiermisston to ouicIusp Ihe fol-
lowhig described land in South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at
a point 8(1 chains south ol the southeast corner of Lot number .1217,
Group 1, East Kootenay, Uience east
4U chains, thence south -10 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence north
in chains to the point of chains to
the point of commencement, containing IliO acres.
Rolph Palmer.
Dated this ll.th day ot April, A.D.,
UIII7. 7-9t
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;  WHITE   WEAR
iimiil assortment   in
Ihi*- line Htill in itock
Big  Reduction   in Prices
c. c. s.
SUMMER
EXCURSION RATES
KAST
From  Cranbrook
$52.50 io
Winnipeg, Port Arthur,
St. Paul, Duluth,
Sioux City
St. Louis $60.00
Chicago $64.00
Toronto    $78.50
Ottawa $82.55
Montreal - $84.00
St. John's $94.00
Halifas $101.80
On Sale June 6lh. 7lh. Mih
FIRHT-01.AS3 K"|'Mi HUP
(Ml DAYH  LI.MI1
Coriwipnndlnf- ivthietlnnB from nil
Knoiennj points., Ti.-k.-f. nrnilnhte rot
I.ul:** It..lite, ni.-lii.lih_ Mfiihi and t'-rh-
i'ii |--ker-i(Hii-i--ni Through rat«u*uuml
'n uny oration Untnriu, (Jiiehw, nrMnrl-
time ('rovlm.-*, on application
E. J. COYLE      J. 5. CARTER
All. I*. »... 1'. IV A .
VASCOUVKIt NELSON, H.C.
IjTO USERS   OF LONO  DISTANCE
li 'PHONES,
I'te.ise    take notice  that  nn      am!
afi'-i     June   1st,   IH07,   Uie time limit
on .ill conversations on t li * company's I.mi- distace lin.'s shall to five
minutes; and one-hall rate extrj t-.r
every tix^ minutes i.i fraction thereof, after the first live m liuti
Cianhsonk Electric Ligiil  Co , Ltd
cranbrook land district.
Kootenay land   district.
Take notice that Oliver Anderson
Hume, of Perry Creek, Cranbrook,
occupation, Rancher, Intends t.. apply for permission tn purchase the
Tollowing (lescribed laud
Commencing at the south-east cor*
icr of Lot t.:.2i.. Group One; tfcenc
ninth 40 chains, thence west 10
■liains; tlience nnrth in chains, thence
■ast ki chains to place ol beginning,
nlotig line ol said Lot G326, subject
to the right (il anv) ol Robert Dur-
nt.
olivet Anderson Burge
Dated the 8th day of Mav.  1907
7-9t
IN   TIIK   COUNTY     COI'HT     OK
EAST KOOTENAY   HOLDEN
AT CRANBROOK, B. C.
IN THE MATTER OK THE COAL
MINKS ACT AND AMENDING
ACTS INCH 'DING THE COAL
MINES ACT AMENDMENT
ACT, 1907,
—and—
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI
TION OF JOHN WATT. FILED
PURSUANT TO SECTION 4
OF THE SAID COAL MINES
ACT  AMENDING  ACT,  1907.
Heforw   His   Honour   P. E.   Wilson
Judge.
IN CHAMBERS:
Upon readim* the petition of Johi
Watt, daied May -ird. 1907, and died
on Mav Huh, 1907, concerning Lots
I.T50, 6159, 0156, 6153, 6157. situate
in Lot 4593, Group I, East Kootenay
district, and upon hearing Counsel
lor the petitioner,
I DO ORDER and appoint Monday
the 22nd day of July, 1907, at the
' our of 4 p. m. for the hearing of
the said petition and all parties con
cerned, at the Cum t House, at thr
City of Cranbrook.
And 1 do order tfcat the said petition be served hy publishing thi*-
order in four successive issues of
The Cranbrook Herald, a newspaper
published weekly at the City of Cranlirook, in tbe County of East Kootenay, and in four successive issues of
the Briiish Columbia Gazette.
And I do order that the time for
filing answers to the said petition b«-
limited to within fourteen days from
the date of the last publication of
ihis order, and that such answers b.
tih*d in writing with the Countv
Court Registrar at Cranbrook.
(Sgd.) P. E. Wilson,
Judge.
Dated May  10th, 1907. «-4t
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SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Duiiiiuiou L*[.u_
within the Railway Belt in British
Culumbia, may be bo in extended b>
any person whu is the suit head of a
lamily, ut any male uvei 18 years ol
age, to the extent uf uritA-u-rLei
section of 160 acres, more ur let**.
Entry must be made pei-iuiuily at
Uie local land othce for Uie district
in which Uie laud is situate.
The homes tender is rt*i**jired tu pei-
fuiiii the conditions cuiinected Uieie-
with under one of tbe tultuwiug
plans:
(1) At least six months' resideucc
upon aud cultivation of tb« laud tn
each year Iui three years.
(2) If the fathei (or mother, i!
the father is deceased), uf the boinc-
steader resides upon « (arm in Uie
vicinity of tbe land entered for, tbe
requirements as to residence may to
satisfied hy such person residing with
the fathei or mother.
(3) If tbe settler has his permanent residence upou fanning laud
owned by him in tbe vicinity uf his
homestead, the requirements as tu
residence may be satislied by residence upon the said laud.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given to tbe C'uiiiuissiouet
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Cual lands may be purchased st
Uu pt*i acre for t>oft cual and V2n
for anthracite. Nut mure than J-u
acres can he acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at Um
late of ten cents per tun of 2,000
pounds shall be collected uu the
grown output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ol Uw iliaisfcr ol th« luterto*
PART IV.
■WATER  CLAI SES    CONSOLIDATION  ACT,   1897."
Cranbrook    Elet trii   Light  Conipanv,
Limited." a Companj   ■: ilj ipo'r-
ated under the provisions ol the
"Companies Act 1897," an I which
has l).i*i. registered undei "^ "Power
Companies Reliel Act, 1902 " tot the
purpose of exercising
powers, pi i\ lieges and pri It les In
ami h\ Part !\ ol the said Act
created uranti .1 and confer); d has
submitted   its tu     the
Lieutenant -Govei i Cou
approval   an i     ■   ■   • .     ...i  undertaking
and    plans filed, improved,
and Uml Uie wmi
Tin* predion ol
SI    Mai'. •   I!.',  i . ■>   rain on
nhoiKl oii-wfniari r ol a i    •   west   of
the i.tih-.i-   hri: -■ ..        .-   i h      the
St   Mary's'ltivi r. as  atiown
plans filed and u . iked    B     ■     i
tion ol .i powei bouse t .■...■!
.it or   close tn tl - d in, water
un.lei  a  3
turbine   \
wiV. to :r
amt |iowe
Cranbrool
to  opt
-mills
head pa -•
ivheels in    tl e power-
•'     i '
u!
!  >   ptiwt r
.    '.        ■   heal
to  i       Citii      :
llu    ■ t'|   ■,
oi
n   \t
ICli
'-- -.'■ tlj  tal   ■;   fro
i    si   Kootenay
a^a^a^a^a^a^a_    '"'
the    -.-.-:■'■
Itcs so to be presently 1 I
Bad)   ■...■-■■'-■■ '    the
•!"■*.    « - rHiy .in-
i\Td and 1 he    In-
ih■           ■-..-■.      I    ■ . I.    ■     *
a further n          ■ d
■.'. •       nd of su lui thei
onls nol -v- edit ■ I  irt* thousand
■: ■ •                nd out ol thi said  St.
Mar j -    Rivei    .>■■■.■     Lo    thi   ri
■;;■■■•   -•■ ts   Ol   its   busil CSS   .lint Uie
\-.- s     -   to  be buI -■■ ■ under
taken     is    ..-■    ■ - : hat
.ut-li appn \.-' shall i I bi mi sti led
is giving ■■ • i' ■ '. any absolute
right  lo wl . ■■!
(or.
Aral   this fi    further to certify
the Company pi I    i
its undertaking by tht
Ma
ubscribe
oostrucl
.oik. o:
m    tbat
benal
:   confe
rred     by the
Water   t
1897."    1
Cons
IV .     :.
El
.'.. :    Act,
i
ll   ($1.09)
fach      Tl
IC .'-.rTi
-i a moi
nf capital
requiredU
i  fully
comple
te '
■■   ,'.■:■ r-
'akin_  a:.-:   «
to he
pri
tvitlvd    by
:he Issue
of firs;
'    '..:'.
.-. :•■
b ':.ls   .-I
leber-ture:
trie 1
1  >-  Cri
I  Elec-
.ssuiii fr.
tbe same
time,
exceeding
in tbe
bundi ed
thousand
dollars
( ioo
4.   And
tbis
is   lurl
to c.;!' ify
time within wl
M.e   said
apital, \
i/.' five
-..- .   ..
; d
ollars,   ii
'.'.' tn-   - lb
-■   ibed
.- fixe
one year
:f'.r.' ,*!,'';
date hi
ing and
•* ..i.''
■■. ■'  -. ed
is fixed
tbo
date      h
date
:>v which
.iii    ol
.■J  woi Ui
thall be i
date h
Fr»
1 J. Pa
[ton
two years
Clerl
j <.f the
Execul
.'-. i-
Council
Dated 1
his 2nd
ay, A   U.
1.107.
lilt
m
NOTICE.
IN     THE    COUNTY    COI HT    OK
EAST KOOTENAY   HOLDEN
AT CRANBROOK, B. C.
IN THE MATTER OF THE COAL
MINES ACT AND AMENDING
ACTS INCLUDING THE COAL
MINES ACT AMENDMENT
ACT, 1907,
—and—
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OK JOHN WAIT, FILED
PURSUANT TO SECTION I,
OF THE SAID cual MINES
ACT AMENDMENT ACT, -
Before   His   Honoui    P.   E   Wil un,
Judge.
IN CH 11UUISRS:
Upon rcadin*! the petition of John
Watt, dated May 3rd, 1907, and filed
May 10th, 1907, concerning Lots
Ult7, 0148, 6149, 6151, 6155, 'ids,
6160, 6161, 6162, 6154, situate iu
Lot 4"i!t:i, Group l, Easl Kootenay
district, and upon hearing Counsel for
the petitioner,
I no ORDER and appoint Monday
the 22nd day ol July, 1907, at the
hour of 4 p. m. fur tin* hearing of
the said petition and .ill parties
concerned, at the Court House, .it
the City of Cranbrook. And I do
order that the said petition to served
by publishing this order in lour successive issues of The Cranbrook
Herald, a newspaper published weekly at the City of Cranbrook, in the
County of East Kootenay, and In
four successive issues of the British
Columbia Gazette.
And I do order that the time for
filing answers lo the said potttlon
lie limited to within fourteen days
from Uie date of tlie last publication
of this older and that such answers
he (ihi! in    writing with the County
Omit  Rcgistrai   at  Cranbrook.
(Sgd.) P. E. Wilson,
Judge.
Dated May 10th, 1907, 4Ht THK   IIKANIIKDDK    II Kit A I. (1
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Satisfaction to ALL is
our first consideration
Our Business Is Increasing.
Why?
THIS Store's Gtiaranteee of satisfaction is why. Our definition of the word "Satisfaction" is idenlical with lhat of Webster, as given in his dictionary. The word
in.-.i.is jusl one thing : " Absolute contentment of ownership," and is ac much a part of every
transaction a.s the money you pay us—and more, for the very moment you are not entirely
satisfied, ve wanl to know it. Your money will be wailing for you. If anything goes
wrong, we will make il right immediately, without question, quibble, or controversy—without
argument. Our guarantee is " Iron-Clad," is made upon honor, and is backed by the confidence we have in our merchandise. We know there is none better anywhere for the money,
and we propose to stand behind it without wavering. Our wish and intention is lo give you
a dollar's value for every dollar you spend here.
Clothing that is Guaranteed
CAMPBELL'S
AND
JOHNSON'S
CLOTHING
is the "Guaranteed" kind. We
know there is nothing to beat
them, and we are right behird
them with our guarantee. Our
clothing has this season been
bettered at every point.
Constant progress and advancement is the watchword here.
This is necessary to maintain the
standard of superiority which we
insist shall distinguish our garments. They embody all the
style and handwork of custom-
tailored garments, yet they are
sold at popular prices.
t*»l*
Footwear that is Guaranteed
"Do!Iy-Varden"
DAINTY SH0I3S POR DAINTY WOMEN
There is nothing belter and, we doubt,
few as good.
The " Dolly Varden " has all the advantages ihal brains and money can give. Quality, Style, Fit and Comfort, all combined.
The makers have spenl thousands of dollars
In perfecting their lasts. The last must be a
perfect model ot lhe foot in order to obtain
the grace .vti comfort combined in the
"Dolly Varden" Shoe.
We sell them here at the same price as in
Eastern Canada and the States.
"Invictus "-"Barry"
HKltl-dRADt* SHOES PUR MEN
We have thousands of customers wiio are
satisfied with the "Invictus" Shoes; ihey will
wear nothing else. Every shoe man lhat comes
along says his shoes are as good as "Invictus." We wonder why they always
speak of "Invictus"? Il must be that the
"Invictus" is classed as the best shoe in
Canada. We think so, and are willing to
back it up with our own reputation.
Some people insist on wearing American
Shoes. To satisfy those we sell the " Barry,"
which we also guarantee.
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT POR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
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CIGARETTES
HUKAMFF, tosiu Cigarettes
NESTOR,    tfyttiu    -
MEUCNIINO,   -
THREE CASTLES, Eijlisli-
CRAVEN, "    »
OMEN'S GUINEA Mill, Eifji-k
ML,     Tirkisl 'feintles
DARDANELLES, «
IHIIRAD.
SWEET CAHIRAL, Virt-iiii
ATHLETE.
OLD JUNE.
T. SB. STRAIGHT CUT"
VANITY FAIR
S. J. M1GHT0N
THE TOBACCONIST
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED IIP ABOUT TIIK OTTY BV
ASKING VUKNTIONS OK
MANY PKOPLB.
fiauutig's fl. H. chocolates at
Campbell A Mannine.
Gauang's G. B. chocolates at
Campbell it .Manning.
Wm. Carlin, ol Port Steele, was i
town a couple ol days this week.
Horn—Monday, June 10, I«(l7, to
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hosklns, a sou,
1). .1, Rimer, mayor of Kitigsgate,
was in town last Friday and Saturday.
I'.very girl and woman should read
"Ann Hoyd," at Beattie and Atelli-
son's,
Every buy and man should read
"Ann Boyd," at Beattie A Atchison's.
Mis. II. Bulyea, o! New Westminster, is vlsl'tiiig her niece, Mrs. T.
1). Caven.
E. T. Crowley, the Marysville
llvervmnu, was a Cranbrook visitor
Sunday  last.
C, II, .Staples and Miss Kffie Ma-
iiiiiiii, nl Wyeliffe, were Cranbiook
visitors Tuesday.
Mr. am) Mrs. Peter I .mid, oi
Wardner, spent a couple of days in
Crnnbrook ihis week.
N. E. Broley, the Fernie contractor, was transacting business in
Crnnbrook this week.
The lucal Iod)*e ot Oriuigeini.il ar
making preparations lor a big celebration nn .Inly  13Ul,
Mrs. A, c. Nelson left on Saturday
lor Winnipeg, where she will visit for
a few weeks with relatives.
W. II. Boss,    M. P. P., ol Fernie,
was   transact ing     legal business   i
Crnnbrook the first of lhe week.
A Universal Mie.nl Mixer saves
labor and makes belter bread. We
have one fur you.—Patmore Bros.
'I'lu* Mission hau-il relumed (rum
Creston last Saturday nnd played a
few tunes on the station platform before leaving for home.
William Stewart has been promoted
to the position of chief clerk at lhe
Royal hotel. Mr. Stewart will niak.
an efficient clerk.
Since Chief Dow has been in charge
irf the Cranbrook police force there
has been a great scarcity ot bums in
the town. Mr. Dow is doing his
duty and doing it well.
"Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush,"
and "In the Days ol Auld l.ang
Syne," Ian McLaren's two famous
books, lor sale at Beattie & Atchison's.
Judge Oeo. Turner and S. P. Jel-
tum, of Spokane, arrived iu Cranbrook Monday and went to Marysville the next morning to inspect the
smelter and Ihe Sullivan mine.
Miss McLcod received a wire from
Seattle Saturday evening aiuiouiu-ing
the sudden death of ber sister, Mrs.
McKay. Miss McLcod left for
Seattle Sunday morning to attend the
funeral.
It. E. Beattie returned from Spokane on Saturday and says that our
neighboring town across tbe line Ls
looking forward anxiously to closer
connect ions with South East Kootenay and the rest ot Canada.
(I. II. Thompson and bride returned
last Saturday Irom iheir wedding
trip and were met at the depot hy a
number of friends. They have commenced housekeeping in the C. D
McNah residence on Baker hill.
NOTICE-Mrs. Hamilton will sell
ber pallor, dining room, bedroom
and kitchen furniture at private sale.
Parlies wishing to purchase can call
at ber home, Bui well avenue and inspect same from now until July
lirst. l2-»t
I. D. Hartley, of Toronto, arrived
in Crnnbrook Saturday aud will
spend „ couple ol weeks here, the
iuiesl of his brother-in-law, Chas.
Stevens. This is Mr. Hartley's first
visit to the west mid he Is ni'uclt Impressed with Cranbrook and the surroundings.
W. A. Buchanan, formerly editor of
lhe Lelhhridge Herald and a partner
of the editor of this paper, came
down from Frank last Saturday to
spend a day wiib Mr. Simpson. Mr.
Itiicbaiiau is now provincial librarian
for Alberta and has demonstrated
iInit he is the right man iu Uie right
place.
Some of Uie Indians are violating
the game law by killing chickens and
bringing tbem into town for sale.
I.ust Saturday the old blind Indian
was told by un officer that he must
not do It any more or be would get
into trouble. Tbe old chap Iwiamel
(Hilte indignant, and in fairly good
English told the officer' that ne was'
blind, -his wife was sick, the white;
people bad taken the country that
nigitially belonged to the Indian, the
.government gave them nothing hut
medicine, and it was hard (or him
to make a living unless he was allowed tn sell game. Alter a few
minutes silence the Indian resumed ns
foHnws: "Me come town every
Saturday. You give me fifty cents
or dollar each time me come. Me
bring no more chickens." The provincial officer to whom the Indian
was talking could not sn It that
way, and walked away. It is needless to say that the blind Indian
could not see it tbe other way.
Dominion Day Celebration
Race Meeting
FORT STEELE
Monday, July 1st, 1907
PROORAMNH:
000 YARDS RACE, < tpou- l»'ut 2 out of It,
i-Mll.K RACE, Open, hut 2 onto. ;t   	
800 YARDS PONY   RACE, M-H ami iimlor.
U-nt2nut;i
3QU YARDS SADDLE HORSE RACE, Wat
*. out of '.,, fur litn-st's that liavi* iirvrr won
public money, ItiU llm. up, linlitiuu Imrreil
M0  YARDS  INDIAN   SADDLE   BORSE
RACE   	
UOO YARDS SQI'AW RACE
WRESTLING ON  HORSE RACK 	
$50
fail
$'„tl
*_0
«_;.     im
$25
Sid
$10
$10
$10
Four to enter,   Three timiurl.    Entries clone ni I o'clock oi
•lul> Ut.     Races blurt 1 o'clock -sharp.
Robert- Clrny, was up Irom Wardner,
lhe first of the week. [
Mrs. Eddy, of Ward -, was shopping iu Craiibrook yesterday. (
E, .1. Scovil, of Wilmer, was in
lown a couple ol days this week.
Mr. and Mts^C. 1». McNabh were
up from Waldo Monday  last.
Mrs. II. Sanders, of Moyie, was
registered at the Royal hotel Monday.
W. P. While, oJ Moyie, was registered al the Cosmopolitan hotel
Tuesday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos Si.ithir.l, of
Wilmer, were visit im* Cranhrook
friends this week.
Mrs. C. A. Oaskitl and Mrs. W. A.
Whit more, of Kimberley, were shopping iu Cranbiook Tuesday.
Order your plumbing goods now.
Our goods the highest grade on the
market. Our work "ditto." Patmore Bros.
Don't start housekeeping without a
"Kootenay"  range. Us    ihe lusl.
It makes' life worth living. For
sale by Put-more Bios.
W. Roberts,    P. L.   Evlson, J. D.
Roberts   anil   soli,   and   W.   A.   Welsh,
oi Movie, were registered at the
Cosmopolitan the liisl of the week.
B. P. Cooke was over from Foil
Steele Tuesday gelling posters printed and making'oilier arrangements for
the big celebration to be ht-lt! in that
lown Dominion Day.
O. H, L. Ilohson, of Vancouver,
general agent ol the lite insurance
companies represented in Cranbrook
hy Arnold iv, Rohorts, was in town
several days this week.
FOR SALE—Chickens and ducks,
from iwo days to iwo years old.
Also seven shacks. Apply tu A. C.
Pigott. 11
Mis. D. C. Coleman spent several
days in Cranhrook the pust week the
gut*st ol her sister, Miss Ella (Irani.
Mis. Coleman was en route from
Winnipeg"*to her new home iu Nelson,
where bet husband is located as
divisional superintendent of the C. P.
R.
Tbe C. P. R. has Inaugurated a
system of checking baggage direct to
residence-, iu the cities uf Montreal,
Hamilton, Ottawa, Toronto aud Winnipeg, ami li> about twenty cities in
the United Stales. The charges ate
reasonable, being 35 cents pel piece
lo Canadian cities, and the owner is
relieved of all worry In the matter
and simply has to receive the baggage at- his residence on arrival. The
charges to points in the United
States varies from 2f> cents to 50
cents per piece.
There was an exciting runaway last-
Saturday morning. Mr. Perry's
team was standing in front of his
office when a Jap from the restaurant.-
came out and shook a rug. Tbat,
was enough. The team turned the
comer at the Cranhrook and started
up llie Street. The hose teams last
year were not in it for the sliced
made. At the corner ol the Cooperative Stores the wagon collided
with a posl and both horses lore
lose from the rig, oue of them being
thrown down, but aside fiom the
damages to lhe wagon and harness
iioihing serious followed, The Cul
gary Cattle company's rig wa.
struck by the team and turned ovei
hut no damage done.
CORPORATION   OF   THK
j     CITY OH CRANHROOK.
j BY-LAW NO. 7.
A By-Law imposing a dog tax and
for the establishing or a Pound    ami
the regulation thereof.
!   Public     notice is   hereby given   to
owners of dogs     who have not     vet
pnid the City dog tax that on   and
after    the first   dav of    July, 1.MI7,
the provisions  of  the  above  By-Law
will he .STRICTLY ENFORCED.
Thos. Roberts,
llf2t city Clerk.
OPERA HOUSE
FRASER'S
Grand /Musical
Combination
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
JUNB 14th and 15th
Popular Prices
MOYIE
DAIR.Y
HUT .-i FOSSO.M, l'ro|i.ieto.
This Dairy will deliver
milk every morning in
Cranbrook.
The milk is o( the best
quality, rich and pure.
MOYIE
n. c.
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* "STEWARTS"!
Tt... Uixllntl Krl.il SI.ire X
STRAWIIURHIES
.'.IK.Wilis
'.'.lA.AI'l.KS
r.'.-.MI.UKH
ASlMK.ttlllS
HIIIIIIAIIII
II.IKKN UNIONS
HAZELWOOU ICE   CRKAM
HUGH STEWART
Mloue 76      •      Arui.lriu.g  Ave. '
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RAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
CENTS I.IS'1
1
St.-
 1
'Iran,.
...nl
Suits  1125
11.7ft
(2.511
Jar-hels 	
Vf.
1.11.1
1.00
Pants 	
25
fill
75
Vests, Fancy, Plain
an.l all colors ....
2,ri
Ml
50
Ita.ni'oats 	
1 .1.1
1.50
1.7ft
Overcoats 	
1 III.
I fill
I 7.1
Fall Overcoats 	
1 2ft
1.75
2.2ft
Fur Overcoat*.	
2.00
lints   I'm...
fill
Dressing Gowms
Krom 	
1.25
Sweater 	
fill
75
l'.i|.K, Neckties anil
Gloves From
fi
I..C8S Si...-, 	
1.25
2 nn
2 75
LADIES LIST
Fall Dresses, Plain
From   1 fill    1.75
skirls, Plain   1.1111    1 2.s
Evening Dresses
Fro...   2.110    2 2ft
Skills   1 fft     1.50
Waists, Plain   ft..      7ft
ll'nlsls,  Fancy   75    1.00
llpcm Cloaks   1.5ft
T nnil Hats  50
flloves, Neckties
Alt lon.it-. ...Front fi
I..I,-.- Curtains   ft..      75
I'iiini, Covors
From   15
linns, all kiruts
From   2ft      so
Portieres   ... Fro... 50    I till
Drni-orles From 2ft      10
Dollies, Hatti'iiliiiif.
From   Ift
CHII.DRENS' LIST
Dresses.  Flmii 50        lit.
Hobos   50
llimnets   ...   From 20
Hubs   From 40        50
Furs  From 20
Prams,   Outfits,     Naval,   Military
Police an.) Lodge Uniforms.
These prices Include pressing     an.l
small repairing.
Any of above articles done at half
price as first order.
'"il'L'l   J.   LEASK,  Tailor

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