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Array VOLUME   10
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THE CRANBROOK
CUANUnoOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   NOV !• MIIKI!   28,   1907
NUJIBEK   :!(i
BEATTIE   &   ATCHISON,   The Druggists
Have secured the House for the Hatinee of the Dominion Stock Co. in their presentation of the refined farce,
"OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY,"
New Opera House, Saturday Afternoon, Nov. 30, at 2.30
And extend a most cordial invitation to every child in the district, and their parents.   No charge for Tickets.
Get them at Beattie & Atchison's
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COME AGAIN!
G.T.R. TEA AND JACOBS'CAKES
will Ih' servml in our Slorua on
Friday, 27th Inst, Irom 3 to 5 p.m.
Vou umy st'f Boimdliinp; you wunt to buy,
Vou will lie welcome, whether or  no,
G. T.   ROGERS
CKANBROOK,
B. C.
The Christmas Shopper
will find a few tiling at mir st.ee tliiib die or lie ought to have on ihf
Hot, An.l these things will lie found lioro in a little holler assort men t.
of eortaln qnaltly, in piillorm- n tilllo m...e axclualvc ami nt piiees
sometimes lower, than will he found elsewhere,
Pocket Knives Selssors and.Shears Meal Choppers
Table Knives Thermometers Oarpet Sweepers
Carving Knives Chafing Diclios Revolvers
Razors and Strops Dog Collars Skates and Sleds
I-ots more we could leil yon of, tmt heller drop in nnd have a louk
First comers lmve best ehulce; nn.l it's only u moutli uuiil Christmas
J. D. McBRIDE
1IAKDWAUI. • CRANBROOK, 1.  .'.
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SOLID   GOLD   GOODS If
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We luivo now lli, lnrgoal Block ••< 10k . 11!.. mul hk. Jewelry C
thnt, we linvo over rIiowii to prospective Xiiins buyers.   We *5;
woulil nnil your nttontioii to the following lii.is. *&
LADIES' AND GENTS' WATCHES AND CHAINS jp;
PEARL BHOOCHES, NECKLETS, TIE PINS #'
BRACELETS I  GEM SET AND PLAIN HOOK jjf
LOCKETS:   GEM SET AND PLAIN #
RINGS:   GEM SET AND SIGNET '#
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Fires   Are   Frequent
Delays are Dangerous
A Policy Costs But
Little
If you   are not  fully protected
see us for rates
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ARNOLD " ROBERTS
Insurance Agents Phone 99
THE CURLING RINK
KVEKYTHI.VO     POINTS     TO   A
MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR
'I'.i' people of Oranbrook nre taking
ii luilit of thi- curling rink proposition
lliis year with a vim that gives evidence of a most successful season, Al-
i',',„li-  tlior.    .,.,.   I»_cii    *I_0 in slock
.(inscribed and as soon as the
amount reaches 8500 a loyal Individual will take l_l.ll. The rink prop-
I'si.iiui will soon devetopo Into a
dividend paying institution, as all
intebtedness will soon be paid and
iheii thcro will be a net revenue that
will give returns to the stockholders.
The fact is Hint after (he ii.tel.te.i-
u.'ss lias heen paid the only expense
Hint tin- rink company will have will
be taxes an.l insurance, and these
will not nmouiit to more than 175 a
.ear. so that every man who has ill-
vested ... the rink eompany will ul-
tiiiniti'lv iiml that lie has dropped inlo a good thing.
Those who have subscribed foi
stock aro indicated below, and following these names is a financial
staten.enl of tho company, so thai
.ill ma. know   exactly how the n.ai-
'lio slock ol the compi
IS per share.   The fi
.chased shares in li	
Mnffat	
Nelson
Hell
Do
I.M.lll  	
I'\ Smith	
Burns & Co	
II. Thompson	
(lolilie	
Hide  linker	
Cholditeh	
Ig  l.iiinlier Mills
Connolly	
II. Morris	
II   Short	
.Inekson	
Rollins	
Mel'i inunmi	
II. Casloko	
Arnold	
('   Malpas	
A.  Ileale	
Klwell	
llanluiry ,
!■'. Davis	
Manstlold 	
!•'. Tato ft Son
P. (lord	
If.  Miillanilallie	
\.  Ilansiin  	
.1. M. Steward	
.1.  A. Harvey	
P. Lund	
Ur. King	
\. A. Walllngor	
.1. P. Westm.in	
Hoggarth ft Rollins
my is valued
'Mowing have
ompany:
 ..$    10
      10
      75
      50
      50
      10
10
1(1
11.0
25
Kill
10
10
25
Laidlaw
C. II. Pollen 	
■ f. Rvan 	
S. II. Iloskins 	
.1. (I. McCallum 	
S. •,!. Mlghton	
.1. I). MoRridc 	
A. !_. McDermot 	
R. E. Reattie 	
Rea.tie ft Atchison 	
W. T. Reid 	
fl. T. Rogers 	
Standard Lumber   Co.,
R. W. Wood 	
T. Caven 	
V. E. Simpson 	
A. MeCnwan 	
Dezall  Bros	
E. II. Small 	
... F. Armstrong 	
\. McKinnon 	
Leltch Bros	
.ludge Wilson 	
.1. F. Pinkham 	
Geo. Leask 	
25
25
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10
10
25
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25
If
50
50
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5
200
25
25
75
25
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50
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100
10
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25
25
60
10
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100
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50
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Fink Mercantile Co	
II. L. Cory	
T. S. Uili 	
.1. Fleishman 	
Dr. Green 	
c. E, Keid 	
W.   Ciiuerun   	
A. C, Bowness 	
.1. Rates 	
I). .1. McSweyn 	
.Mayor Finluy	
D. .luimsun 	
■I. Leask 	
..onation, o. Staples 	
I'utal as per statement
Annual siateiuc.it uf ll.e Cranbrook
Kink Co., Ltd.
ail
FIRST GUN FIRED
A   NUMBER    OF CITIZENS
UE.ST A TICKET
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30.00
1.06
3.88
40.00
15.0.1
100.00
50.35
1.02
.20 3718.55
Last evening a large number of
I'lll/.en.s anu bu.sl.i__s men ...el ut
Mighton's ball for tho purpose of
discussing the question of candidates
for the forthcoming municipal election. Tbe meeting was an informal
one iu every respect and the situation was discussed with a freedom
thai marked tbe absence of any preconcerted plan. .Many names were
mentioned for the different ollices,
arguments pro and con as to the
pulley to bo pursued fur the next
year in municipal matters, and liu-
aily tlie following names were presented for candidates:
For mayor, J. P. Fink.
For aldermen, James Kyan, Jus
Jackson, George Johnson, DeVero
g.55 Hunt, V, Hyde Baker, James Hen-
derson and S. J. Mlghton.
j Another meeting will be held in the
near future and a ticket that will
probably be known as the "Citizens
, Ticket," will be finally made up.
I The names suggested by tho meeting   are of    a character    that will
< inland the    respect and confidence
I of the people. Air. Fink bas been a
f member of the council since the city
| lias been incorporated, and he is a
man who has had the .experience to
i make a first-class mayor. As to
the names mentioned fur aldermen,
; no better can be found in tl.e city.
They are men who have interests in
I the town, they arc broad-minded men,
"they arc not fanatics, and they will
[do all in their power to advance the
interests of Cranbrook.
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RECEIPTS
By   subscriptions   ,,,$2785,00
Three months rent ...    30.00
Received from Curling
club       -10.05
Loan      840.110 3
DISBURSEMENTS
Incorporation expenses  I
Hostage 	
Seal and   stump 	
Printing and station-
cry        17.05
Purchase  of   land ...   500.00
Contract tor building 2900.00
Extras   tor building.     42.50
Insurance	
Sawdust 	
Account electric light
Interest on   notes ...
Sundry lumber 	
Cash on hand 	
OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS
Due hank  I 846.60
Tuxes       40.00
Light account       38.70
Water       40.00
Insurance      40.00 1005.30
Audited and found correct,
(Sgd.) ^     T. M. Roberts.
PLAYED WITH A WILD CAT
Las. week the lamily ol .1. 13,
I.arrigan, who live near .he Sash ft
Door factory, had a haunch ol venison in the back shed. On Friday
evening the little boy Teddy, about
Hire.' and a hatl years old, 'was playing around outside, and later came
in, and said tn his mother: "I saw-
such a nice big cat out in the
yard. It had a smooth hack and I
want it." The mother never gave
the matter any consideration, Honking, ..I course, that the hov hail seen
one nf the cats ol the neighborhood,
until later In the evening she luui
occasion to go into the shed ami almost ran onto a large wild cat ur
muuntain Run that was smelling
..round alter the venisun. The next
morning   Jake    Smoke and   Harrv
Spcnee killed the wild eal near   the so ittcly free   and   everybody is
place, and   Irom the tracks it    was , v''1''1-
evident that tbe little bov luid   been I ♦
virtually playing with the animal the
night before and in a most miraculous manner escaped death.
CITY OF CRANBROOK
DELINQUENT TAXES
BEATTIE & ATCHISON'S
THEATRE PARTY
Beattie »V Atchison arc giving
theater party on Saturday afternoon
at 2..tn in tlie new opera house. The
Dominion Stock company will present
ii refined nml laughable farce, entitled
'•Other People's Money." Messrs.
I lent tic & Atchison though I thai this
wus ,i good time of tho roar to entertain lhe peoplo of Cranbrook and
district ami for that reason they
have secured the opera houso ami the
Dominion Stood company for a
matliico on Saturday afternoon at
3.30. A gcnoral Invitation is extended by them to the people of
Cranhrook to attend iheir thcatol
party on thnt dale. Beattie A
Atchison are particularly anxious
that the children should enjoy this
entertainment uml all that is necessary for them to do is to obtain
tickets at Beattie & Atchison's
Tliis entertainment is all ab-
in-
TIIK ALL-RED ROUTE
London, Nov. 18.—The Mall says
the preliminary steps have heen taken
Inwards the formation of a corporation for the establishment of the
Atlantic section of the All-Red route.
The corporation's charter gives the
assurance that with llie cordial    co-
poratlon   of   the two governments,
CITIZEN'S TICKET
These are the names that have been
suggested as candidates for Mayor and
Aldermen at a representative meeting of
business men and citizens last evening.
There may be some changes made al the
next meeting, but those who are interested
in seeing Cranbrook go ahead the next year,
who want to see the good name oi* the town
sustained, appreciate the fact that out of
this list a Mayor and Council can be elected
who will have the confidence of the people:
FOR   MAYOR:
J. P. FINK, Merchant
FOR ALDERMEN:
JANES RYAN, Manager Electric Light Co.
JOSEPH JACKSON, C. P. R. Conductor.
QEOR3E JOHNSON, C, P. R. Engineer.
V. HYDE   BAKER, Townsite   Agent and
Large Property Owner.
JANES  HENDERSON,   C. P. R. Tie   Inspector.
S. J. MIQHTON, Merchant.
DE VERE HUNT, C. P. R. Conductor.
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KEEP
AWAV  FROM  PRINCE  RUPERT
LOCAL  NOTES
Particular attention is directed
the following    extract   from Section   the Idea will in due cmir.se become
IfiO,   Chapter 32,    Municipal Clauses accomplished fact.
Act: 	
"The rates and taxes on tand or on
Improvements, special or otherwise,
which are unpaid on the 31st day of ]
December in each year bear interest
therefrom, until paid in full, nt the
rate of eight per cent per annum
thereon."
Thos. M. Roberts,
DIED
On Thursday,    November 21,  1907,
at Cranbrook, B. ('., Clarence .Joseph
aged nine years, two months        and
fourteen 'lays, only son of Mr,    and
Mrs. J, M. Agnow.    The funeral was
Collector held from the undertaking parlors of
City Clerk's office, Cranhrook,    B.  W- R. Beatty, on Saturday, Novem
C. 811  ber 28rd, 1007, at 2 p.m.
Vancouver World: The thirty
more men who persisted in going
Prince Rupert on the Venture, despite tin- warning of the ship's officers that they would find neither
work nor accommodation at the G.
T. P. terminus, came hack on the
.same vessel and w ere landed here
early th a morning.
All the warnings and explanations
were of no avail and they refused to
lake hack lhc money paid for fare,
in Prince Rupert. The few days
ihey spent In that cheerless place
served to convince Ihem that they
bail simply wasted a round trip fare
lor nothing, but » sorry experience,
'lliey could nol get accommodation
tu sleep, much less a j.ib. Eatables
ol some kind or other, are to he had
ai famine prices ami with the. slender
purse which .some uf them carried,
it did not take Jong for the whole
company to realize that to stay in
IMiiice Rupert lur mure than the
length of one meal ticket, would endanger the prosperity ol their stomachic department.
Some of the gang were helped out
by those who had
money for there was no
beating the way back to Vancouver
on the blind baggage. The whole
party were advised to get out hy the
first boat, as there is absolutely no
work for anybody beyond the tew
laps employed on cleaning up iti
townsite. Construction work wus
apparently suspended tor the present
and from the statements of some of
the fellows, there isn't anything of
Importance doing about the proposed
new docks or railroad work and the
construction men who have been -employed are loafing around.
The Venture was the first boat to
call and there was a weary bunch' of
rustlers waiting for the return of
the boat that took them up.
Don't forget tbe Williams Dixie
Jubilee Singers at tbe opera house
on Friday, December 6th, under the
auspices of the Ptcsbytcrii_.il chucch
PICKED UP    ABOUT    THE CITV
BY ASKINO QUESTIONS OF
MANY  PEOPLE.
R. B. Benedict, of Mayook, was in
the city the first of the' week.
WANTED—DInli [ ro m girl at
Cowley hotel.    Oood wages.    3ii-tf
Mrs. Frank Davies, ol Lethbridge,
was the guest of Mrs. E. II. BriggB
last week.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms,
bed room and sitting room. Apply
Ifambleton. BlMt
Dr. Miles leaves shortly for New
Brunswick via Chic go to pond tho
' hristmas holidays.
Frank Murphy, tho old stand-by nl
tho drug firm of Bei ttlo - Atchison.
s back to work a \.m after several
lays illness.
Mrs. Mo Kay I, n mod to her
Lome in Lethbridge after a visit
with her da ifthti I , Mrs. W. J.
Atchison and Miss McKay.
('. Hungerford Polh n returned irom
a hunting trip to - md Creek one day
this week. !!■■ shot two deer and
reports that game is fairly
plentiful.
Fred O. Little, ol Creston, was in
Uw city this week. Those who know
Mr. Little appreciate the fact that it
is impossible for the Herald to say
much that would add to the glut.,
of his name.
W. J. Flowers is confined to St.
Eugene hospital, where ho underwent
a surgical operation the first of the
week. At present he is improving
nicely and it is expected he will be
able to be out iu a few days.
Tbe Cranbrook merchants are getting In this year the finest stocks
that they have ever carried for
Christmas. This is a fact and it
behooves the people "f this district
to come to Cranbrook to make
their purchases. Owing to the
manner that they have bought tbis
year they can make an Eaton catalogue look like thirty cents, and the
local purchaser can look at the
goods, examine tbe goods, and satisfy himself. Don't that count for a
good deal? IIIK < If A Nit HOOK IfKllAM)
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, Piostdent
ALEX. LAIRD, Gtner.il Mana.rr
A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent ot
Branches
ESTABLISHED 18.7
Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest) *. . . 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
PROVINCIAL CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION
PROVINCIAL   CONSERVA-
Tl\ If .'..NV KNTHIN
...i  politics a.nl
go.
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part v
Branches throushnut Canada, and tn the United Slates and EnjUnd   ;
A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED.
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Dcoiisils ol SI uud upwards received, und In.eresl allowed at
eun'.u. rates. Tho depositor Is subicet to uo delay whatever lu
Ihe wllbdrawal ol the whole "r auy portion ol the dcpoelt.
Cranbrook Branch, F. C. MALPAS, Manager
■' THE     LARGEST EVER
•:i.|. IN THE PROVINCE
Rrltiah i'i
ri iiiiiiii..
, interests i.i iim  Conservative
in Uritisli Columbia.
I   (c)   To ui s.iiii'.'. encourage ami
.local Conservative clubs, associatiniis
Inr societies whose duty it shall    be
In plnco ilir    names nf    all qtialiflcil
Conservulives nn tin' voters' list, anil
In kirp s.iiil lis. thoroughly revised,
.nn.l In constitute    such doilies ageli-
jcics .nr luml     work nt this assoeia-
THE IMMIGRATION INVESTIGATION
The
I     \.i
Ml.,|ll
ervatlvo convention held
.1 November 22nd ami
ii great polilieal sneeess
slundpultil. There were
■s |)resent, am! the pro-
ru characterUed by bar-
-nthiisiiisin. As only
vea ol Conservative party
re admitted, the Herald
following resume of the
iiniii ihe Vancouver I'rov-
slitul	
lion.
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oiivei,   Nov.  _!«.—From state-
iiiiide by   Commissioner Kins
I  today it is understood that the   immigration inquiry will reach both its
highest point and close on Thursday,
when Hot el i, of the Canadian Nippon
eompnny, the books of which organization   have heen examined by     tlie
commissioner,   is   examined.     Kim;
said   on    this  point this    morning:
"If Ootch tells a straight story, as I
1 legitimate methods   t"  think lie   will, I think we have sulli-
leotiou of Conservatives  eienl lo make the evidence absolute!
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Put up i.i 7..c. ...id $1,511 patented strew lop tins
C E. REID 0% CO.
Till:
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Dispensing Is uur .pei'mlt)
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In ihi' local ami Moral parliaments, cnnclttslvo as to tl.e tn.thi.ils ntlnntcil
shall consist ol: in   bringing   .lapiiiitise   her.'.     I. ho
iiiii' momhers    nl ili.es mil   loll—well, I think I    have
•lnei.il parliaments lineaments   .villi   which lo   cotillon
li Columbia     con- bim."     King saiil it was ot no    usn
in anv lunger continue lbe cxnniinn-
 sUtneitey        as f|nn ,,f Chlnoso nr lliuilu immigrants
elections lo     Ineal t ,„«■ |„. win ..amino lhe     BOV-
ililega.es tor    oneh en,] hoarls ol    the Ineal employment
.i.iiiiii.v is entiileit , |,.inj|,s     it |S understood    llml
lelegates ale In     he C'.insill Mnrikawn  will  .ml  appear al
i.un.i'ii Cuise.Mii.v.' ti„. |llt|,ijo hearing to throw light ou
in.    ni     societies in lb,, lestilnnliy nu the "Kilnieric"   ill
ivbeie     m.iin ^Mtnl, hut il  is stated he has nflcred
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limn.nini, ..
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stittionclos.
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QUEEN'S HOTEL |
CALGARY,  ALBERTA |
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UNOSR NEW MANAGEMENT *
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lina always I t tin' leader *
...ul will In- k.'iil. up Ui tl... *
li vuu wiui 1 to moot tlm
in- tn tho Queen's Hotel.
This Hotel
in ils Iim-.
Still. I.ll'll.
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Queen's Hotel, Calgary
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II. I.. KTI'I'lll.NS
I'li'.eiiiKi'nii
Ga.i\oi\g*s
G. B. Chocolates
in Cream Vanilla. Creuni Meppm-
miuls. Sirawliorry Fruit Bon
lions. Long fol lows, (trunolilcs,
liurul Almonds, JiipMic'80 Bon
I! on 3, i Jaramels, ami many other
tlolioioiiB llavors.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Sole Agents for Cranbrook, B. C.
iilis.'' eliains, we have llu
Trident Steel Loading Chain
'I'll,' chllill  tlml   will
Itrenkinu strnii. f.
RlHRmMMHM
■ ullast  anv oilier un  tl.e nutrkul
■."..mill inelioliui.i
'.-iui'li i'luiin
s.llHI llis.
ti.ioo it.s.
J. G. McCALLUM & CO.
MAtttlWARR
MERCHANT
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j! IT PAYS TO BE PARTICULAR
Wl  >.iii buy moats in lmi. weittlier.   Wo pay
particular altontiou to .Inn feature ot mir liuslness,
Thnt is why people *K*|,.-i.,I upon us fur tlio lic.1 i.l
this si'.isun of tin- yettl.
shall   l'l
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 til nf Hf   I'niiservat.ves     ol
■I'l.slitiielic..
a.    Ilispiltes    liecurt'illg   lllniel       tlie
\vu pt'eeeeiliug p.iriigrnplis shall    he
i ii.nil. ami ii .mil \ lielermined   hv
he executive nf this association,
li.   Suiil delegates    shall holt! ollice
s     st.eli    till their    successors are
leeleil. wlilcli election sbiiulil    take
'lace lief     N'ovomhcr I, in    each
aleliilar .ear.
I ■ The annual fee payable l.v each
ulislititeiiiT shall he S2f. for eaeli
iieinlier \. liii-h sueh constituency is
niiileil tu retur.i tu the legislature
lish Columbia, which shall |,L.
eh annual meeting,
lenders of the Conservative
llie Dominion nml     Hritish
< 'ilniiili.il pnrli. nls, shall he hoi'.or-
ury presidents nf ibe association.
II. The executive committee uf tin
association shall .■•insist of n prcst-
.ie.it, ii lost vice-president, a second
vice-prosi.ie.it, u secretary anil a
treasurer, elected from and bv .be
members ui the association in convention ut large, ami one member
Iron, eneh Dominion constituency in
li Columbia, who shall be eleet-
i.ii among members of this as-
siiciatiou linni such present cuiistit-
iie.iey, a. .be annual meeting, ami
lhose shall Imhl olllco until their successors uif elected.
in. The ,.dicers mentioned in paragraph .iim shall l.e elected hv ballot
ni tho alumni mooting. Anv vacaocy
occurring shall lie filled bv the uxecu-
llvc committee.
11-   Pin millers nf the executive com.nit Ice shall form ,i quorum.
!-.   Tlie annual mooting shall com-
ii.ui.co on    ihe third Friday in    November in each vear at such place as
 latlnn shall appoint, and   if
fail tu ciiuiise a place of
linn ut sueh place as the
committee appoints.
.eel ings mav he called
e iniillliillce at    their
lent,
iii privately explain the matter In
innately explain .lie matte. In Mr.
King. I.is position prevents his bulbs subpiieliiii'il.
Sliiiin, now en riiiile In Ottawa,
'.t.iieil be..' .bis morning that it. is
Improbable that the govornment
wnuld tnko any steps Inwards regulating ...ienlal immigration until tlie
report ot l.einieux bad been reeeiveii.
Hi
eii fr.
SP.SSION OPENS
Ottawa, Nov. '.hi.—Members ol par-
lia.uenl senators nml o.liers are arriving Irom nil Parts nf tbe lliililinilili
In be present a.  II pening nf inn
tinmc.lt ou Thursday. Tlm outlook
is Hint Hie atteluliiliee will lie large
mi lbe first day.
There arc su far 85 applications tor
private legislation which is alu.iil the
average ot recent years, (if these
■in are fur railway charters. There
are 11 applications for divorces.
Three new members wilt he Introduced into Hie senate, namely, Hun.
N. ... l.i.i'iiurl. Hun. Archlbnl-'
Campbell and Hon. Daniel Derbyshire. There is only one vnennev
now left in Hie senate, that from
Nova Scotin.
Five new members will lie Inlrodiie
ed into the commons, three Liberals
uul two Conservatives. The I.iber-
ils are llr. Pugsley, Hon. (J. 1'.
Graham and Mr. Martin, of Wellington. The Conservatives are Major
Iti'iiltie, London, and Owen, Past
Northumberland. There are stiil
r vacancies in the house, for Ottawa, I.ahelle, Nicole, and Center
York.
Tlie estimates are in the hands of
.lie printer and It is expecteit that
the debate mi tiie speech from the
throne anil on lhe budge, will be over
Ill-lure the adjournment for the
Christmas holidays.
the
il Slill
meet ing
recti vc
II. Spe
• the ex
si-letiiiii
11.    At
vote
I'asI Iwn weeks' notice   of
,„-i..Bt, ...   Hie  .ism,_|hIIu!1     shall
fii by    nolice in writing,    ad-
d lo members of the convention
executive     shall
or information,
liseiiient in     the
f the province .10
I'i'iii sullicienl.
member nf   this
entitled tn    iiim
that    anv
»f whoso na s tl
invc   latest nollci
mil bv sueh    adt
SOCIItlVo shall
Voting—Guc
inl ion shall 1,
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TIiIh follow iv nfler.   lie is |!nlii|i
lo hung NMine of out' line
WAU.   PAPRRS.
wliieli have I ioon (JltKATLY UK-
DUOK1) IN I'HICK.   Wohavo a
t.iiH<' Mloek  of ilioiie iluF.nill-  t<>
ela.ir io umbo room f.u our new
B. H. SHORT & CO.
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inumole nml tlovelop
.1 in Dominion .nul pro-
s, ami n.neiniiient, nil-
itsis i.i ibe Conservu
Hi Uisb iVIiimhi.i, or
i.l   t'onsurvatlvu ctuba,
.mil    s..eii'tles      Which
ilea for local work, ami
o met hods secure tbe
sorvatlves in provincial
lections,
unaiiiinoiisly ailotitoil—
is o     Sir Charles Tup-
-, merited oluvation    to
leil of ihe Bmpire.
ii lion. II. I,. Borden aa
rvatlvo lender, approval
m mul appreciation   ol
strengthen tho party in
Canada.
val of the policy of the Mc-
Iministration, which 1ms resulted in the successful nnd prosperous eoitdltions in the province todny,
praise lor the promlor'a liRht for
heller terms ninl a pledge to sii|i-
1'ori tin- continued struggle until tho
rights of Hritish Columbia are fully
secured.
Approving lbe course of the province nnd condemning that of lbe
Dominion in regard to Asiatic im-
migrnlion and control of the lisher-
ics .if ihe province.
favoring a census in llritisli Coiumliin every live years, the extension ..f the protective tariff for the
beiiefll of the lumber and silver-lead
industries, and an early rc-adjust-
inciil nf Iho areas of Indian reserves
to make imusued portions available
for settlement.
In praise of lhe provincial goveni-
munl f..i* its comprehensive inquiry
fulo ilie subject of irrigation.
In condemnation of the policy of
mail now being permitted and encouraged bj the Liberal party in administration of public monies, their
leek of purity in elections and the
delaying of elections in certain constituencies until after the results in
the general elections are known.
'Tiie most representative convention, political or non-political ever
ifld iu Hritish  Columbia."
Wiib this viow of the premier every
datofto-lo ..isri-tii. Vtuicouvor; tiie city
ni conventions, has never before held
iviihin four walls 410 of the most
i.i.ininciit business men, lawyers,
li.ct.us, rising and risen statesmen,
is calhered in the O'Brien hall yes-
iciiinv nml arc iu closing session
Ihere loday.
li w.is evident lo lbe most casual
observer that all were Conservatives
from Iheir prosperous appearance and
general manner as ihey filed in a procession inlo the hall, and when Mr.
Seymour brought in the Union .lack,
which ihe premier, Secretary William
M. McKay, and Chairman George II.
Barnard assisted in arranging above
the platform, the mighty cheer thai
went up for Iho grand old ling and
ihe grand old party, left no doubt ui
ii il was a cheer that only Conservatives could raise.
That cheer stirred the party's
principles and traditions in the
bosom of every delegate and within
three boms tho constitution of the
newly formed association, which in
she morning had been drafted, was
adopted practically as prcseuted, nn.l
Iwelvo resolutions unanimously adopted.
These, and such as may be added
loday are intinded fu meet the new
.■oiiihtiniis since the adoption of lhe
platform upon which the McBridi
nd ministration has ruled the province during its four must prosperoui
years, and as A. E. Mcl'hillips, lhe
member for the Islands, said yesterday: "Will rule the province for the
nexl ipiartor of a century."
The prophecy was greeted with a
ivavo of applause from Alberni to
Trail.
Mr, (leorge II. Barnard was elected
chairman upon the motion of Mr.
Wood worth and Mr. McKay, and the
l.i Her elected secretary upon motion
of Mi. ||. v Qreen and Mr. Julian,
nf Vancouver. Mr. Burde, of Alberni, nnd Mr. .1. D. Taylor st'cured
It.i' admission of members of the Con-
.en a tivi- press.
Uilhin live minutes after Mr. A. K.
WoPhillipn suggested a collection to
ineol the expenses of the convention,
H88 in bills and coins was poured
upon Secretary .McKay's table. To
a suggestion lhat the Vancouver dele-
galcs pay the bill, President Wood-
ivoith, uf the local association, replied:
"We would tpiite willingly pay il,
but we are anxious to cteate a keen
rlva.ry among the towns ami cities
for tho annual meetings of this as-
soclntiou, and iu paying the hill ourselves wc mlglii be setting a bad pre-
The committees ou constitution and
resolutions appointed at the morning
session, of which A.     10. McPhillips, I published a   letter   in today's" Alber
M. I,. A., and Attorney-General Bow-; tan   wherein    he   advises    the yteik At lhe Methodist     parsonage
set- were Ihe    conveners, had olreadv ■ raisers   of Alberta     against    selling Tuesday    evening last     Mr. William
completed iheir work.     In presenting  Iheir beef at this time, and to   hold,Huggard and     Miss    Helen Howard
his report to lhe chairman, the mem- it for   Iwo months,    when the prov- were milted in marriage by Ihe ltcv.
her for the Islands, speaking of    the Inco will be overrun wilh buyers who It. Hughes.        They will reside     iu
grenl gathering of stalwarts of    the will he glad to pay big prices.     He Cranhrook,     and the    happv couple
party who lilled Ihe hall from wall to  says Ihal if he bud the money       he h,,ve the best wishes of their' friends
wall.                                                      I would    buy up   every head of    beer for their future hnppiiiess.
"This     great convention evidences  slock iu Alberta and feed tbem until.  *	
the remarkable spirit which pervades  spring, when tup prices will lie real-
tho   Conserval ive    party throughout i'-cd.
lhe province."                                       |   The bin engineer    corps of lbe C.I    ,   ,.    .     .    , „ ., _,   ,
The constitution was considered p. it, having laid out enough ad- n,° Brotherhood ol Railway Train-
clause hv clause, and save for a tew vniieo work lo keep llie cons!met ion [•}*•* *m ,B\Ve ™?!.r annual ball on
minor changes, passed as presented, force on their canals busy until New Yeara fcw Uiia year at the new
'ml as here appears:                              spring, have been    called     into this Tla haU8e    ,,    Uie Committee    »
1. Tbe name of this organization citv, where Ihev will spend ito win- charge are making arrangements to
-ball he Tbe British Columbia Con- ier' working up their summer field £lv? ."?? P00^* ™ . OratthKtok lhe
scrvativo Association.                         notes.    Thev have bad a busy season, hest ball in the history of the order
2. The    objects ot   the association  ami have laid    out and staked bun- In wis clly.    Bear In mind the   date
(a) To promote ami develop a drolls of   miles nt     Irrigation canals »*'w don't fail to secure a ticket,
member may vote by proxy through a
member present from his own con-
Utuency.
Hi. ihu' hundred delegates shall
form a quorum.
IT. This constitution may bo al-
turetl or amended bv a two-thirds
vote of the members present at auy
annual meeting, or at any special
meeting called for tbat purpose.
Subject only to the vote of the as-
sotialitiii, the executive committee
shall have power fu form a rude of
l»i-la\vs, ami from lime to time add
lo, modify, alter or rescind same.
■I. A. Harvey, of Crnnbrook, was
elected second vice-president as a representative id lhe upper country.
Viai.mVIH._AD     PASS   FINALLY
SELECTED
Vancouver, B. C. Nov. 22.—G. 0.
Leask, assistant chief engineer of the
Grand Trunk Pacilic railway in tlie
west, announced today that'lhe final
route of the new transcontinental
railway had been located through the
Vellowhead Pass of tlie Rocky mouii-
lains. The surveyors are now proceeding on the route from the pass to
N'echae.i, and Bulklev vailevs. This
section of Ibe road will be Kin miles
lulig and one bundled and lifty men
will be engaged on tbe work during
lhc presenl winter. It is hoped all
tltl-. will lie completed so thnt con-
Btnit'tfiiii work in the mountains will
be started in the spring. It will
take two years lo complete the road
from Edmonton to tlie coast.
Tlie miivoya through the mountains
hate boon broad and thorough    and
Mt. Leask liclii'.i'-. thai the very
ties! possible glade has been set'illeil.
Parlies of Blirvoyora who have been
Working ou the prairies havi
[doled llieir work and will be transferred to the more difficult seel ions in
Hritish Columbia. A great number
<>f limber cruisers and land speculators are now in the north.
P. BURNS ADVISES ALB
STOCKMEN
Calgary, Nov. 28.—P, Burns,     tIiu
leading Western Canada meat packer
snow GOOD JUDGMENT
Kossland. Nov. 2fi.—The Rossland
Miners' union bv a referendum vote
loday consented to reduce the wage
Ie to that which was in effect
prior to -Inly 1. The old wage was
V-iM for machine men and $2.75 for
shovellers, with the wages    of   the
ither employes    about the mine    in
ike proportion. Tbe scale, which
went into cfTcct on -luly 1, was $1
for machine men ami $.125 for shovellers. Today lhe mines closed down
the purpose of allowing the employees time to discuss the vote on
the i| 11 est ion of the reduction of
wages.     Tbe union met at     111.3(1 a.
i. uud    discussed  the question earu-
stly until noon.
A resolution prepared at llie morn-
iin: meet inn providing for noinu, back
to the old scale was then voted ou.
When Ihe union re-assembled at 2
n'cloek a referendum vote was taken
nnd the resolution carried by a
two-thirds majority. The mines,
therefore, will not. shut down as lias
been threatened for sonic time past,
Hie management declared there
< no profit since metals went
down, under the higher wane scale.
And under the lowered scale il will
now he possible to make a small profit.
C.   P.   R.
To cnrcvi'E
SION
MAV  DIVI
Winnipeg, Nov. 5.—Prominent
unong the changes which are under
consideration wilh respect to matters
of the C. P. R. (o the west i.s the
formation of a new division which
will require the appointment of a
new superintendent whose name will
he announced iu a few days. The new-
division will be known as Saskatoon
division, but just what will be the
exact corners of the territorv which
it will include is a matter which has
nui yet been decided. One scheme is
tu include from the junction ol the
Kirkeiia |„i)m.|, i„ Snskiito.in may be
ihTided upun. while another, possibly
is that of dividing the territory mid
transferring part of the Edmonton
section fo the proposed Saskulooti
territorv.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000 i
$1,860,000 ♦
$'l 8b0,000 |
jj   Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from dale ol deposil
.md CREDITED QUARTERLY.
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METHODIST CHURCH
iSiiii.Iiiv, Deo, 1st.)
t'liilili.'.i's sorvlco nt I. o'clock.
Bnys mul Kills .'s|.N'iii||v Invited.
nihil' class .....I Sunday scl.mil ut :.
a clock, Men's Own meeting in II..'
Ctvmn.isliim nl .'...'.0 o'clock. Rvctiinii
service ul i..'in, subject: "Tlio Itcal-
ity ol Conversion,"    The sacrai it
nt .lie Lord s Supper nn.l rccptlnn ol
new memliers will .nllow til(, cvenlni
service Monday, service ... song ul
n oclock. Tii.'s.l.iv, pnivcr sorvlco,
Wednesday, Ladles' Aid at 9.80
o'clock. I'lpworll. League at s
..clock. Address liv nev. w. c
Taylor. The service of song, cn-
tlllcil, "Tlio Musical Miller" will be
given in the church on Tuesday evening, Owemher tfllh, at. 8 o'clock.
Hotter.. Hughes, pns.nr.
MAKItll.I)
II. OF R. T. BALL
nl Interest In Canadian       an.l since lusl spring.
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PHONE 17
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SALT MACKEREL. SKINLESS CODFISH, {
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Cranbrook
Hotel n* S
Uuosta Cumftirt s Special I)
Oood Mfthllnir in tiiuneclliiii
Ncnreit to r»Urnn<l «l(1 depot.    Iln  Hcramuio ■•
Iohp fnr ito public tnii-.j uiih id tn Crnul-rofkt
Hot and Cold Bilhx
Mci>'v;artli *fc Rollins
 I'rupi -ietors
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If ynu wimt OlotliiiiK thnl is "Gilt Edgo" il mo,
"Gilt El«.." in nrituriiil mul "Gill E.Iro in ninlie,
•   call ami see our NEW   STOOK oi Bendy Miule
OhthiiiK. .IU'liT RECEIVED.   AU Union Mode
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For "Bitter" Days
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Here', the Overcoat (u storms and
winds, and cold.
It's the "Manitoba" — a big roomy,
double breasted greal -■ at, ihal cornea
almost to tin. aiii.ii t.
ll may be worn Witt lapels fitrel
open, o. turned ta and I ultoned cl. se
.0 llll* tlllilill.
This affords protection Inr lhe lungs and throat on cold,
windy days.
Tho collar turns up and covers the ears.
You will be warm ai loasl in a "Manitoba" Overcoat —
and il is just as stylish as ii is my and comfortable,
$18 up. 259
BURNS    BROS
Cranbrook, 13. C.	
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\ TG  J.  /TANNING A=T
Dealer iu
Groceries  and  Crockery
I tin. having u largo shipment of Crockery.   To mnko room fnr ,
this 1 nm soiling CROCKERY ATA GREAT REDUCTION.
Complete Dinner Sets, IS ?T $15.00, Etc.
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Try 11   Case of
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  Dozen  Pints   $2.50
Equal to Q-uinnoss*.   The finest beverogo on the market
for family ami table uso,    Imparts vigor ami
health, and tones tip tlie body genorallj'
.IAA1ES  KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook, B. C
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The Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
WlioUwiln ami Retail Dealers in
ALL KIND OF MEATS, FLOUR AND FEED
t       Our .Meal  is always treat., aa nil our lice, is Killed
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jj brook,   Warm rooms, good meals jg
53 .iml a bar stocked with the best J-j
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Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER,
FLAW HUNTERS
Tin-re are peoplo wlio have a perpetual [acuity lur detecting or tlio
appeal,uue ot evil in every man's
character. Tlioy have a fatal soent
fur eai'iiiui. They tliink tliey have a
wonderful knowlodge oi liuman na-
luiif A less oitenstve type ol tlio
snmo tendency leads somo people to
Uml nppnront satisfaction in tlie discovery anl proclamation ol the
ltiesl ilelirls -in il,e haiblta "I
pood imn. and tin* conduct of pnhllo
iiisi.iiiiiniis. Tliev cannot talk
.ilium lhe li.'iu'rils conferred by a
greal hospital without lament ine,
somo ilisieiiifieanl blot in its laws,
.nul somo t.itliiie want ol prudence in
its mnuagement. Speak to thorn
.ilmiii a limn whoso Rood wm!. everybody is admiring, and tbey cool yiir
uuiil. by  regrottlng llial. lie is ' so
I'fii'ti  in  llis  manner,  Mi.it  his temper
is so hash, ,,1 that he is so load of
apnlaimo. Thev seem to hold to 0
lieliel rapilrtag Ihem lo prove tlie
ini|iiis,iliilitv nf human portcot.on,
Thev ileteet the sli_htesl alloy in tile
pure colli of human goodness. That
there an' spota on the sun is, with
them, moro than an observed fact.
There nre people who, il thev hear
an organ, find mil. at onco which are
lhe poorest stops. If thev listen lo
a great speaker, thoy remember noth-
inc but sunie slip in the construction
of a sentenee, (ho consistency of a
metaphor, or tbe evolutions'of nn
argument. While their friends are
admiring the wealth ami beauty of a
tree whose branches are weighed
il'i.ni with fruit, thev have discovered a solitary hough, lost in the golden nfflueneo, on which tiolliinE is
hanging, fortunately, wo have but
a lew or Ihese finw hunters in   Ihis
1 imunity, hut   that   -K ., *,.„. too
many.
MAKE HOME HAPPY
To make your home happy, see
llml you make your wife feel ' tbat
your affection and tenderness for ber
are in no decree diminished Irom the
day you first sought her. Do not let
nor, when you ean avoid il, to sit
nlono and go out walking alone. You
woulil not bave done so "once upon a
..IS n",'mt tmn* all    vour
manliness and fragrance for strangers
or casual acquaintances. There are
some men, judging from    whose out-
.£. „'S,. .m'innws' J'- would seem
hit notbin,    was ,„„ (0 ,
who are, nevertheless, nf the „rso_
mninr tribe at home; men who K
their pleasant ways and genial smiles
«o!Le'rer'"  ^rd?, "ot eompany, ind
who ran only be silent or peevish and
'■saoling will, their wives.' Have sueh
'»™ any j,,,,. ,,,„st)„ (o T™plal2
Hm their homes are not, hnppv
J™" 1S a good deal of undeserved
0   Iheir not making home more    at-
er ne s,-,.. '' ™'*in"- ,n -""regard
no. personal    appearance, and to let
trHMhhZZl'T" ■*■ »««* «*
thing  tha. Im-   ELS-^"1" ot "v"n"
(.»,'."»„ fl   ,1   ,""'™-. oiil-of-
twit   Mr   11,.? '', "l'1' >""" do vour
K'v 1 „ eb-lrf",!'1' ,n mnke I"™
l^lJl ehecrtul eneoiirage,,,,.,,,    (0
LOOKING FOR SLIQirTS
n_'oi?. i'i* s?,m;.|)Cnl"B always look-
":*,' theVr«? "V, »! W
''" l".'i. luiel will ? ''"'"°"s to
■*»*   T\mSXtUmm   'h"y
inho umbrage aceon 1 nglv    Thev , '
'" oliiers the fintt ... ■ u"n '•''
rlfahllltv An      ,"".","" Un
makes th.'m    ..„ ., indignation
ever. I„, I',,,,,''   '"'""'I inenee |„
•'•*. 'nn,',™-, „ "oTs ***"__
dreamed    of   ,.;.,,,. °»   1WI°   "ever
nsult       VI       V, mlst»kcn for
TO fmm'lb"8 *""' "' ■ «*£
., nu ""■   ''",or "' our    own
h   world ,",; E° ""■J? ""' »»««S
e "   In.     't.":J"Mr:.   "■     ™
™-r't^>"n«&To
i"J- "Hirer less restrain,; and    „
"uise - r.   , ii""Ts "' "" Imaginary
nse nro vastly Increased.    People
I. easily miss much happi-
,   „ n"'"   ""l"1 'I   tempers de-
11   'l"J».invn cnmlorl  as well as
i nt llieir   friends.     Thev    h»m
;■«»•* some f.nniisi „,,,,','''[,,;«;;
Neiv me I Slrictl) If .I I'Inns
A.noriciin I'lnn, I    ll i-.-i- iln) up
Tm.ui'iioNi; 208l!
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS  ii
Chas  Haiitxi:.. Prapriotor,
Cor. Seymour nml Cordova Sis.  . .
OpposloO. i'. it. stat
inlnvn his.   ., ,,
wi™     Vancouver, B. C. ;;
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LUMBER
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber
iln
VACANCIES
Vnean
has not
Java n mission.      Wbal
**$*    lo  '»«    Trlot^r"
,,,,;;r!,.,'':;™. «• «s-5T ?
" I" familiar    oh cot mav   set
,. motion the wheel on which
Ihongli   swiftly     rides     That      a
your seimol davs or the old homo,
"lead; to merry rambles ° er greet
meadows and tufted pastures, thffl
shady groves; n, your favorite S
ol sunie moss,- hnnl, that, wa, S
green hy . utile brook that babbled
"! if, to the swing under the great
maple that used t„K stand i„ RTc
jarl. and by nnd by you c0 ouietlv
10 tho drawer and -take out n little
si.uare Case just large enough lo hold
a treasure, open It and gaeo thoughtfully on a picture. Then vou feel
something rising from the heart and
a pearly tear steals slvly down
your cheek. No one saw it; you saw
no one; yet yon felt that vou had
met. a loved one; saw a sm'ilo upon
Lie lip that had often letuincd your
caresses. You put awav lhc picture
and go about your regular duties
hanplor. better for having thus seen
and fell some of the invs of tbe
past.
Nothing annoys a man more than
to lm eagerly rruestloned when ha
comes home tired. Give liim a
nenlly servnl dinner or a pair nf easy
.slippors and a cup ol tea and lot him
eal ..ml drinl. in peace, and in lin.t
he will tell you oi bis own proper
nation all yuu wisli to knew But it
yuu begin the attack, too soon, iho
chances are tl.-..I you will he rewarded by t-urlly sliukt'ii iiiulf.---, llahli-s.
Put down this    item in you.     note
book,  *il!s, aud il      Will      BI >v„ you
well somo day.
Stop grumbling. .let up two
hours earlier in the morning and do
something out ui your regular profession Mind your own business and
wilh all your might lei other
people's alone. Live wi'hin ynur
means. Give awav or sell your do™.
Go tu bed early. ' Talk less ol ymir
own peculiar gifts and virtues    aad
 re    oi those of your Iriends    and
neighbors.    Bo cheertul.    Fulfill your
promises.       Pay    your il 4.1s.      He
yourself all yuu would see in oliiers. i
He a goud mnn and stop grumbling,    j
Some men stumble over   Maws   In.
ihe i...ul to heavon,    iml climb over
lulls nn tlie road lo desire, -iu...
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FACTS ABOUT CANADA
RELIGIONS
.'.inail.i lias 80 roligtous .: nomiua
turns,   l.'ensiis uf llinl i
Protestants number 58 :.-i cent;
Catholics, 11 per cent.
Proportion of Methndlsls, 17 07;
Presbvterlaas. IS ns- Church nl England, 1_.(I7; Baptists, (I 50.
Cnnndn had, 1901, 23,880 churches.
Union of Presbyterian churches in
Cnnndn in 187S. '
Union of Methodist chun-hes in
188;..
Number uf communicants iu -Iti!'-1
I'reshvterian churches an.l missions
in Cnnndn, 1005, 811,611.
Ministers', IM; rlilers. 8.128' sums
raised tor all puipuses, $8,080 17:1,
.... average of 112.75 per bead.
The Presbyterian ehureh has raised
a liilal uf till minimis sinee llie union
in 1875.
811 Presbyterian missionaries, 38
in foreign lielils; 707, hnii.e Odd; Hi,
French field.
3012 Presbyterian Sabbath -fools,
with 183,081 scholars rtff.l __,:;.'ii.
teachers nnil officers.
Canada's Molhodlst churches have
317,717 nieinhers, 11107 preaching appointments, and 2200 ministers.
Also, :ii,-,2 Sabbath schools, with
271,300 scholars and 34,558 officers
ml teachers; 75,815 young peoplo belong to Epu'orth Leagues, etc.
Church if tengland clergy in Can-
da nuniber "/800.
Roman Catholic clergy in
number nearly 3000.
Congregational ministers i
dn,  100.
.'.llllllli.
DOES AN EDUCATION PAY?
low, it  pay ..,, acuiii lu ..-. om,
Hoes it pay to escape being a rich
ignoramus?
Does it   pav to fit   oneself tor    a
superior position?
Hues il pay to. open a little wider
the door of a narrow life-
Hues it   pay to learn to make life
n glory instead of n grind?
Hers it  p,,v  lu add power to     tlie
■ns of the   microscope or telescope?
lines it pay to  taste   the cxhtlara-
Ion of feeling ones power unfold?
•s il  pay  lo know ht.w to tai.e
dry, dreary, drugery    out    ol
Does it pay a rosebud to open its
petals and lling net its beautv to
the world?
Hues il pay tn push one's horizon
farther out in order lo get a wider
outlook, a clearer visioo?
Hues it pay tu lean, how lo center
thought with power, bow to marshal! one's mental focus effectively?
MINING NOTES
(Phoenix Pioneer.)
Not   more than    20 men are now
liployed    at the' Graiiby mines, in-
cluding hoilcrmen, watchmen,     olf.ee
men, etc.
Afler cleaning up around the works,
lhe II. 0. Copper company's two
fiuiu s were blown out last Wednesday, lhe lasl flltnnce of the flr.mliv's
battery ol tho eight being blown mil
mi Thursday,
Hearing that a few miners were
iu he put at work ut tlie Crescent
mine, this wis-k a Phoenix miner went
there to seek work, and, ns im says,
"There ale five hundred others looking tor a job there."
Probably nearly lOO men have been
lit out by the 0. P. R. and Great
Nnrlhern on account ot the temporary
stoppage   of   mining and     smelting
'.(•rations    jtl the Boundary, in tbe
..st ten days.
PERRY CREEK HOTEL FOR
LEASE
Owing to Ill-health I will lease the
Perry Creek hold and ranch, or the
hotel alone. For terms write O. A.
Burgc, Cranbrook, 11. O., or call at
the hotel.
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LONDON,  NEW YORK,  PARIS,  AND  MONTREAL
"ILL be OPEN FOR BUSINESS  at   Bowness's  Old
Stand, opposite the Canadian Bank
of Commerce.
Owing to the stringency of the
Money Market, the International
Brokerage Co. have been instructed
by a number of merchants in Vancouver, Victoria and Winnipeg to
dispose of their stocks at
A GREAT DEAL LESS THAN COST PRICE
These stocks consist of Fancy Goods,
Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, etc.
This Sale will commence at 12
o'clock noon on Saturday, November
30th, and continue until 12 p.m. on
December 24th.
AUCTION SALE EVERY EVENING AT 8 P. M.
Don't buy your Christmas presents until you look over our
Stock.   You can buy from us at less than half the price you
I would pay in any store in town.
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Crii'il.rook II. C.
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Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
l'l. Steele Brewing Co.
VicVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
... T. LAIDLAW. M.E.
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P.1..S.
M.oufscturers ol
Rough and dressed
LU.-1BER and
DI.1ENSIONS
Also all kinds ol
M0LL0INU5
MILLS a
•Jattr.iy. Ryan ami
Cranbrook, B.C.
Head Office. - Crsobrook
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Wentworth Hotel
-CLAPP .t ROLLINS. Proprietors
' -4NBR00K        - - B. C.
This is the hotel that they talk almut.
Wlio are " they " V
The people.
Why .lo " they " talk ?
Un account of the good meal", tlie comfortable rooms, tl," excellent service, and tho.eordlal,conrteou«treatinentaccordodioall, Kata
meal at the Wentwortli und vou become ii Wentworlh t»i
Try it.
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CRANBROOK
CANADIAN
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THE GREU TRANSCONTINENTAL HIQHWAY
THE BEST OF EQUIPMENT
AND SERVICE
TOURIST,
STANDARD SLEEPING CARS
and
DINING  CARS
on all
THROUGH TRAINS
LOW RATE RtlL TICKETS IN CONNEC-
HON WITH OCEAN STEAMSHIP
TICKETS
CHEAP OCEAN RATES TO EUROPE
fur further particulars cull on laical
Agents, or address
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Muifer
The place where a +;;
man will return after %\:
stopping once.
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Cranbrook
Livery S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Team, and driven furnlihed for iu>
point In Ihe dbi.rlC
A. DOYLE. Manager
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTKACTORS
Our work is our advertisement, but we
put this ait in tho Heralil to
emphasize it.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Near I-ower Armstrong Avenue.
TELEPHONE IH THE   CRAMBROOK  HERALD
J2.00 A  YI.AI;
THK   1'Al'KII   THAI'   IS   IIKAIl   UY   TIIK   PEOPLE
NOVEMBER  ils, 1901
CRANBltOOK  lll.li.Yl.li
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
Limited.
*V~**>\
Editor anil Manager,
The Herald Is worth $ln a year, ll
costs only %t. No man in South
East Kootenay ean afford to lie without it, and everyone living outside ol
Uio district, who is Interested iu the
progress of this section, .-.luui!.1 read
It. It publishes the news while it is
news. It is controlled absolutely hy
the publishers. No clique*, party or
individual dictates its polity. It
don't try to please the people. It's
desire it, to publish a newspaper thnt
will he a credit to the community.
Send iu your subscription and you
will be thankful ever afterward.
Advertising rales SI per inch per
month, no more and no less.
Heading matter 15 cents per line
to non-advertisers; Id mils per tine
to regular advertisers.
It you desire lo reach the people of
South fclasl Kootenay yuu must advertise in Tin; Herald.
The Herald lias a first-class job
plant, and ils work is of the best,
Tlie Herald don't want charity. It
wants a square deal on your job
Work. If we can't suit, vou in quality and price, kick, ami send your
work to some Cheap .li.hu house in
the east tbat never spends a cent in
Cranbrook.
j»Xa***l>jj**l
see a town that is run on the plan
nf an Ontario village where a man
nilglil 1)0 fined for kissing his wife on
Sunday. Therefore, it behooves the
people*of ('ranbrook to exercise great
enre in tbe selection of their represent a i i ves fm t tie council next
year. The town needs good men,
strong men, broad-minded men, men
aim lmve an interest in the progress
i.f Craubrook, men who will try to do
all in Iheir power to promote ihat ilite res I, and who are liberal enough
in their views to throw aside per-
m.imI matters ami work for the
municipality and the people. Men
aim live iu this luwu are here for
what ihey can make, aud that is the
ease with tlie vast, majority, waul to
see ibe value of property advanced.
wnu ts lo see anything else hul .1
business, waul to see the chances for
the wage-earners bettered month by
mouth, and nt the same time there is
no man, whether he bo in the hotel
'" iness, the grocory business, the
goods business, the real estate
any other business,
anything else but a
.1 city that all can >■»
.nbrook has enjoyed
MORE   THAN
4,600 a Month
This in .lie g intend oil.
.-nla.iuu uf ilie Ilornl'l
I'i™- I .uliscrip.
tion Hsu. open lu investigation l.y advertisers ul any
lime.
Thu Ileal 1 given a dollar
in value fori, dollari i-
ey. Thu advertiser lias the
.(gilt tu  hn.uv a lull   III,   is
receiving   loi   IiIh   ni y.
'.'he Herald   if  one   pupur
tilllt   .■llilll.   illVI'-liliflltiull.
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...   ....ue  wnu are Hum;
there are mine *bo cm
the game of thrmng
unless ihev are sjlelv
tin
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fm
the
CIRCULATION STAtl_\U.NT
following is a statement ot the
circulation ol the Cranbrook Herald
fur the past t) months:
August  5,270
September  4,315
October  4,305
November  5,460
December  5,400
January  5,000
Kebruary  4,425
March  4,425
April  4,423
Total tor tl months  43,823
The total for the 0 months is
43,623, which divided by 30, tbe
number of issues during that period,
shows tbe average circulation per
issue to have been 1,118 and 31-39.
The above is a true and correct
statement of the circulation of the
Cranhrook Herald for the time stated.
F.  E. Simpson, Manager,
Subscribed and sworn lu before me
by the said P. B. Simpson, whom 1
iiersonally know, this 27 lb day of
lay, 1007.
.1. A. Arnold,
.1, 1*. in and for Uritisli Columbia.
In eastern Canada and lhc States
It is considered a conservative estimate tbat live people read every
paper Issued. In Craubrook, to be
on the safe side, we place tbe number at three, which is absolutely
safe, and that would make 8,88.1 road-
cih of the Herald each week.
These circulation figures can lie
verified at any time by any ndvertis-
er who will take Ihe trouble tu go
o\er the subscription bonks or watch
the big press roll out the papers.
This is where the advertiser gels a
run for bis money. The llernld
would like to see every newspapei
make a sworn statement uf its circulation. The advertiser is entitled to know. He pays his money
und be should know what he is get-
tintr in return.
Why don't all papers do as the
Herald does?
I OBSERVATIONS 3
4        my 'iii1': (n.n man.       *
'Wfrnaa&ft*  ,    ..«■.— $*%&_&
The city election is beginning to
Attract llu- attention of the people
and already there is considerable
speculation as lu wbu v.ill be the
candidates. The Herald trusts that
the people will throw prejudice and
narrow-minded Ideas fo one side and
elect a mayor mul a board of aldermen     wlm ' will be able tu meet the
conditions of the coming year in the
proper spirit, Tbis is a western
town with western ideas. The Herald wauls to see a dOfln town and a
decent town, but it does not want lu
dry   .
business, nr
want to so.
decent town,
proud of.     (
reputation since it first started of
being one of (be most orderly and
well kept towns in western Canada.
Krom Vancouver to Halifax this
city has it reputation that ranks
wilh the hest for morality, business
Integrity and general decency, and
therefore there is no reason for any
individual or set ..f Individuals to
i*nIse the cry nf reform in Cranbrook,
The people of this town are human
and may have their faults, but mi
where you will, tn Victoria, the
pious, to Toronto, ilie good, to Winnipeg, the hypocritical, and ynu will
lind humanity much the same. There
nre none who are immaculate and
there are none who ean do much i
the first stone,
..,.  located behind
H sheet iron fence. Let us get t
getber and demand for the next
vear. tbe year thnt promises to be
one of tlie best that Cranbrook has
ever had, a mayor and a council that
will be competent to meet the dc
matids nf the great mass of
peoplo who have vital interests
Cranlirook, and east your votes
those candidates whn will have uie
moral courage and the Intelligence to
du all in their power.fnr making
Crnnbrook a greater fowii
UY.iiliI if m.i he a gnod idea for the
clly to clean the snow of! the sidi
walks and thus give tbe town a hotter appearance ami at tbe same time
he a big boon to the taxpayers? II
seems useless for here and ihere a
property owner to c-can their walks
when there are empty lots that are
not cleaned. The town with a
horse and a light drag could clean all
.if Ihe walks at comparatively small
cost and give clean walks to' the
entire town.     Is not the idea wort I
nsidering?
Tbe Herald is in receipt of postal
cards with appropriate inscriptions
nnd illustrations voicing the sentiment expressed in the Crothers mill
correspondence, "Boost Crolhers'
mill." Thus it may be seen that
tbe Herald is rend far and near.
It is said that Sir Wilfrid Laurier
may take a trip through the west
next spring, and if he does it is almost a certainty that he will make
Cranbrook one of the points that he
will speak at. If he does Kast Koolcnav will see the greatest public
meeting that it has had in its history. There is no building-ln Cranbrook' large enough to hoM the
people who will insist on scajpg and
bearing Sir Wilfrid Laurier,^-ho is
conceded hv nil, regardless "of politi-
val affiliations, to be today Canada's I
neatest citizen.
And speaking of the probahle visit
if Sir     Wilfrid   to tho-jV^st, already
 ._..           thp     pnn_
rlain narrow   organs
ative parly  are Wte(
lg at
rting
the
that
wesi
ierva-
Hor-
piopnsilinn, airer*«lf tor.
lbe Liberals all thl'G.
heart it v |olned wttft l*\
lives to make the vjsfV1
den a great success. Clfyibrook was
an illustration of that Tact., and it
was bard to fell nn that day who
was a Liberal ami whn was a Conserva I ive, as everybody in the
town did all in their power to make
bis \ist tn Cranlirook a pleasant one
iu every respect. There are some
newspapers, however, who are afraid
to s.iv a word of kindness fur any individual oil the opposite side for fear
of a call down upon the pail of their
masters. Such are the trials nre
tribulations nf the party organ.
The Steve Adams trial closed wilh
he jury Rtnndthg 8 In t in favor of
equitfal, and on the basement of
disagreement they were discharged.
The result was a surprise to both
sides and likewise n disappointment.
When the Conservative convention
if Vancouver decided to debnr any
•eporler unless he represented some
hide-hound Conservative paper, Ihey
de lhe biggest mistake of lbe
uie proceedings. Conventions of
llial character are for either lbe
public weal or woe, and the public
entitled to known what takes
place. The leaders of the Conserva-
ves in this province placed Ihem-
'Iv.-s in a most- unfortunate position
by thai action and lost friends where
tlioy' might have made Ihem. This
is iiui Russia. It they had excluded
llie press regardless nf politics, there
wnuld bave been some excuse., yet
even that act would have been n bail
one.
The .Jewish influence In Now York
City hrought about an order from
lbe'school board excluding in the future the name of Christ from all exercises in the public schools in that
citv. Hisforv tells us that the
.lews killed Christ and it is evident
that the -lews of Now York want to
k.-ep liim dead.
Dr. Stewart has heen named hv the ,
Liberals of the Calgary district    for
the next  Dominion campaign.      The:
doctor was tbe candidate last   time
.mil was   defeated bv Mr. McCarthy.
Mr   Stewart savs that this time be
will be elected, ho matter who   runs, I
nnd there are a lot nf people in   thnt
district  who think   the same    way.
That may be one of tbe reasous why
Mr   i;ht ut liv   talks uf retiring from I
politics.
Mackenzie  King has added  tu     his
urels hy his investigation at     the
iast of   the    Oriental Immigration
matter.      Tlie more .Mr.  King    does
work Ihe more he shows that he is a
man of bra I ns .uul Independence.
The Herald is growing in suhscrip-
liuii and must evidently he growing
in ibe estimation of tlie people.     It
pays  lo  ((|vc  Uie  | pie  the  Worth of
Iheir money, but it costs money to
tin ilui To., many papers fail to
realize (bis fact and some uf tbe
publishers wonder why it i.s that the
Herald carries st. much advertising
nml does mi much bitstnoss. The
iinswei is plain Kverv titan wants
ihe worth uf bis money iu tbis life
iml tlie subscriber and Ihe advertiser
.in   get   that   of  the  Herald.      llenee
tie business.
Owing lo the hig rush of business
n Ibe lleralil ofllco from this date
mtil Christmas it has been found
leccss.iiy to secure ibe assistance nt
Mr. .John Hutchison, who will be in
charge of lhc business office most uf
ihe din .uul will wail on tbe. patrons
of the Herald or direct them to
either Mr. Hillings or tbe old Man,
wlm are busy witb the work or the
Christmas numbers. Mr. Hutchison
is well known in tbe town and dislriel and will extend every courtesy
to the people who have business with
the llernld.
According to reports President
Itiiosevell bas ordered the motto "In
God We Trust" tu be taken off the
American coin. Probably in a short
time a new one will appear reading,
"Vole for Roosevelt, We Must."
Collier's Weekly knows a good
thing. Tbis is what tbey say about
the University nf Alberta:
''The must benignant and far-
reaching enterprise that has been
born nul of the pruvinees of
Western Canada is the university
recently founded hy Alberta, l'l
is to he hoped that Saskatchewan's promise In follow this example will be promptly fulfilled.
The atmosphere of North America
from the Isthmus to the Arctic
seas is as different from that, of
I-.'uii.pe us is Europe's unlike
Asia's. There is a free-heai tcd-
ness about, our institutions that
simulates great achievements and
ii Dehors the hopes of democracy.
In Mexico it is the commonwealth
institutions that are most potent.
In Hie United States it is tbe
state universities Hint nre fast
assuming (he educational burden
oi ibe country. The Western
Sinles have bad au ufvaiiUgc
over Eastern ones iu that they
earh sel. aside large grants of
public lands Unit' thi-ii- »ooflW«
college might reap a lavish bounty. Likewise lune the Western
Provinces an advantage over the
older provinces uf the east. May
Ihey use it with liberal wisdom
wliile yet ibis opportunity i.s
theirs. The universities of Alberta and Saskatchewan will, if
Ihis he done, at no far distant,
date rank with the foremost universities uf the world. May
British Columbia and Manitoba
now read lhc history of the achievements of the com mon wen 1th
colleges and for the sake of their
future glory go aud do likewise."
A judge iu Kastcrn Canada has decided that, when   a lawyer gives bad
dvice the client cannot be compelled
lo pay the   fee charged.     That deci-
ii.ii should be blazoned forth to lhe
western world and thus save a     lot
T people good money.
nit land campaign lhat has
ngurated by the Herald for
■fit uf fbis district is already
paliel
I old
llernl
.1 ui
1.      Tile people are
Pr
lo 1
ealize that
(his part
of
i.rv
will raise
fruit insl
ns
Ib'e
Xelson district or
nny
nl .
.f   lliiiisb
f'oliin.bia.
It
be
long hei,
ne all of
(he
if II
iis district
nml the news-
as
well,   will
he snvinir,
- "1
1  sn
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I-.11H0 a number of the eastern Con-
Kerviitlvo papers have had glaring
headings lately, reading like this:
"Liberal Rascality iu 1,01111011," and
vet the testimony shows that both
Liberals and Conservatives bought all
lhe voles lhat were in sight, but
ihal evidently the Liberals mil-bl'
'he Conservatives. What is the u ■
of Indulging iu such hypocrisy? V
ihere bas been rottenness un' either
•.Me nr both sides, let ns snv so, and
do all we ean to bring about more
bones! elections. Tbis thing of etv-
Ing thnl the Liberals of London, were
dishonest and tbe Conservatives were
absolutely mire, is runs in the ex-
treme The facts are tbat both
sides in thai, dislriel have been rut-
ten in nil olcctloipt for years and it
is time that theje was a genera!
clean up. The truth is not alwavs
palatable but il Is the best.
There is no town financially able lo
.sell 'JO year debentures nt flfi cents.
Such a sale is placing an unfair nnd
unjust  burden on future gonerntlons.
It is m.i what Ihe stranger says to
. about our eountrv on the spur of
Hie moment that counts, it is what
l.e says when he gets home. Mr.
Earnest Thompson Seton, tbe well-
known naturalist, who wns up in the
northern eountrv this summer, told
tbe Canadian club at Edmonton of
Ihe wealth of Northern Cnnndn and
what tbe development of that wealth
meant to tbe Dnminion. lie did not
stop at this. He wont to Winnipeg
and repeated his story there. From
there be went to Ottawa nnd told
some of the high officials what lio
thought was their duty in regard to
some of the problems to be faced In
that meat undeveloped country. And
now he has reached New York and
has lieen interviewed by some of the
metropolitan papers. That pari of
Canada below the Arctic zone he   de
HILL & COflPANY
We have been so busy checking int.. stock several large
consigments of Xmas Goods that we have not had time
to write out a full description of them this week. We,
however, invite you to call at our store, when our assistants
will be only too pleased to show you "just the thing" you
want for a Christmas present." We have something suitable for everyone, from the youngest to the "oldest inhabitant."
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20th
Century
Warm
Comfortable
Stylish
Here's a Great Coat for real cold weather.   It's known as
The Double*Breasted Prussian Ulster
It is dressy and serviceable to a degree. When made as shown
in the 20th Century Brand line, it's a coat worth having.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
scribes as "The white man's last
opportunity," containing a vast
amount of lino agricultural land besides vast wealth in timbei and min
us the fruit fair. We in this district bave invested iu and developed
mining claims and timber limits,
but up to a very sborl time ago few
ul us have done anything to develop
Ihe agricultural and horticultural re
Capt. Thomas, of Camroso, Alia.,
is still in the field as a candidate for
the Dominion house. The captain is
a Conservative, but uu independent
Conservative, nnd his candidature is
causing a lot nf Tory unrest in that,
district. It seems that a few
"lenders" have dictated nominations
ami policy in the Tory party in that
dislriel. flu- some time, the same as
Ihev have here in many districts iu
Hritish Columbia, among both Conservatives and Liberals, and thu
doughty captain is at tbe bend of a
big bunch who are protesting against
i.ililical conditions in his district.
uul he is just the man In make
things warm between now and     the
lection lime.
Tbe Cranbrook fruit  fair uext fall
will be a winner.     All the way from
Windermere, on the north, lo Tobac-
IMains,     on the south, from Jaf-
frav, on the east, to Kootenay Laming on Ihe wesi, everybody who    is
ngaged in fruit,     growing and       In
gricullurc aud those also who    ure
interested in the development of   the
ilintry,   and     that means everyone,
talking about and boosting       for
Cranbrook's fruit fair.     During   the
ten vears    of   Cranbrook's existence
nothing has ever been    mooted Ihal
will do the district, so much       good
aud bring    it so much before       the
people of Canada and other eounlr'es
  if this in
A small exhibit,
tables which was
(low of the post
tier astonished not
f the country.
of fruit, and voge-
uiade in the win-
olfiee last Seplem-
ilily the     people
from the outside, but nlso those win
bail lived here f.u years. It is common tn bear some nne say iu mining
countries when a good strike is made,
"Well wc have been walking over
that for Hie last six or seven years
and never saw ft." Its the suiiie in
Ihis district. We have been walking
over some of tbe finest fruit, luml
that lies mil. of doors for years past,
hut we won't be doing so very long,
fur the very good reasnn that it will
he fenced in and growing fruil trees,
to lbe profit of those wlio are wise
I enough to get hold nf it now. There
is no question lhat. a tew dollars invested in land in the Cranbrook district now will yield large profits in
the near future. The fruit fair next
fall will bring the possibilities of the
district before the peoplo and will
aid llie development of the district
more than aiivthii-K that hns ever
happened In tbis part of the province.
j HOnSES FOR SALK
I W. M. Hoffman, uf Maple Creek,
Susk., will have a carlond of draft
horses for sale at Hundley's Mverv
on und after the 27th of November. '
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THE FAMOUS BELLE-OAK HEATER
Let Us Tell You j j
Something!
MeClary's j
Stoves   |
Are Best jj
Good Goods are  I
Cheapest       |
PATMORE BROS. I
TI.I,.:l'llONI. Ills
READ THE HERALD TIIK   CHAN151.00K.     .iKi.Al.tl
or-.rm
RSb.ViL '
Now Is Your Time
to Save Money
BURNS BROTHERS
CRANBROOK'S SHOPPING CENTER
Our Prices Are
Keener Than Ever
Fell shoes for kids.—C. C. S,
Fell  shoes fur men.--C. C. S.
Iiui ami spring, S7.00.-C. C. S.
Oui calendars are ready.—.', c. S.
Dressers and stands, $13.75—CCS.
iV. II.   Bradford,   the genial prop-
THE GREAT BOOT SALE
soo tlml our Bool Stile wus
iniioli a., lln.l we luivo again
go.io over our stock nnd  |.ii-l.nl oul iln-   reumiuilor of all <hI.I
luiuibors.   Sn lio in Ii 1,10.
It VVUB very gratifying In in
i much appreciate.! lusl weok,
a*W*  _¥k     \
*v&~$&.\
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I adles' Oxford Shoes About
|ii pairs In In' stii'iilii-i.l u.
Uio ridiculously	
low prion of »l -50 II pair
'  Sold usually al S2.U0 tolB.OO
i ■ i -
;'<',- Al 95c no will clear the re-
V> Miiiiinl. rofiilloil.liiuinlion.of
M I, .I.IKS    HOOTS; ri'iilly ..
_       j@ chance in I. lifetime
8 Children's Boots and Shoes
M    W • lmve ngnin lidded a Rood
any pairs lu  tliis lut wlllcll
•*'K!f'_rV i-.iii-.ril su much excitement
last week,   rsunl price
$1.25 tu  $2.25,
sank  PRICE 50c a pair
CORSET SPECIALS
LOT NO, I—Tho well known D.A
A, Corals, sold all o
nt 70c; uur Special I't
LOT X
45c
UNDEKSKIRTS
.-, BLACK ami COLORED UN-
|i|-;liSKll!TS, maile ul good
Moirct.es ninl Sateens, _,, fte
atlv trlllcil, KACI1 SI.V5
"'mm!' .'*„AI'.""! ^i.at'™$1.00    Honlhorhloom Underskirts,.,.,
ol I'.li. I orsets to sn at...»i--w       M |om|t„|,ailnlloa, EA01I-W.VS
SALE OF CARPETS
We liuv,. iilii.nl 2." ROLLS OF WOOL CARPETS, suitable
for bedrooms.   Wo will offer these at n
.      Discount of 25 per cent
..IV L'stiul Prices during next weok.
MENS SECTION
OUR MOTTO, S.MAI.1, PROFITS, Q**ICK RETURN.
New Stock of Slater Boots
"t tlie Wyclilie hotel,
00k visitor this  week.
:.l is an uld timer in the
and    lias a large circle
lira
trie
Iriends.
-   International  Brokor
will sell you Christmas presents tor
■ .lc. sister, children, aunt     or
n ther-in-law     at prices that     will
i-'i'i, commencing Saturday,
('.
This limit is well known awl
admitted ... be not only tbo
bos. weuring, but tbe must
comfortable boot in tbe raur-
ket. In VICI. BOX t'AI.F
uml GUN METAL CALF
LEATHER
PRICES
$4.00, '4.50. $5.00 and $5.50
a pair
STANFIELD'S  UNDERWEAR
AT $3.00 AND $3.75 A SUIT
Guaranteed Unshrinkable
ELLIS' SPRING NEEDLE UNDER* EAR, Nice Heavy Weight, at H50 a Suit
MEN'S WOOL SWEATERS
Our stock is very complete; Colors, navy, white, brown, grey .mil
crimson. Values— Well, in us few words as possible, tbey ciin'i
be beaten,
$1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75 and $4.50 each
BOYS'   REEFER   COATS
Mothers, if you nrn wise uud want. t-. save money, now is your
opportunity.   We lmve slill a few loft over from last week's snlc
Prices: $1.95. $2.25, $2.50. $2.75 and $3.50 eaeli
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BURNS BROTHERS
CRANBROOK, B. C.
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BEDS Springs
Mattresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Mats      Linoleums
Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLD ON  CREDIT
Cl brook o-Operative Stores, td.
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Handsome Residence
For Sale
In Splendid   Location.   Two Stories.
Seven Rooms.   All Modern
Conveniences
Must be sold at Once.   A Bargain.
BEAli; & ELWELL
lil'.AI, KST\'ri: A-ilATi". URA-NBttOOK, B.C.
t'W Pull Particulars, Price and Torma
.11 ■DOING A  CIGAR
by Uie goudlness of the box or even
by its priee does not determine    iis
quality.
1 EXPERTS DISREGARD SUCH CONDITIONS
They judge solely by Ihe llavor, Irag-
jranee and smoking quality ol Uie
elgar. That's how we waul you tu
ljudge out EL BRAVO cigar. Alter
you have enjoyed it thoroughly, you
see the usefulness ol a P«co stand-
ai.1. Our figures are away below
what you'd naturally expect to pay
[or a cigar o[ such a grade.
MIllHTON'S Clli-VR STOW*
I Buy furniture now—C. C. S.
I llvii nnil s|iring, $7.00.—C. C. S.
! Our calendars are rea.ly.—.'. 0. S.
I Dressers and stands, $18.75—CCS.
I Don't forget tl.e Williams Dixie
Jubilee Singers at the uiiera house
on Friday, December 6th, under the
auspices ot the Presbyterian church.
(leurge Leasl. lias bis new house on
tin- Mill welt under way ami expects
.lu have it rooted in shortly.
W. u. Waxwell, the well known
Xi'l.son insurance mau. is Join,-, bu.i-
ii,-ss ... the district this week.
Max McSweyn, the well known
traveller, was selling goods it.   town
, Dan .McDonald, ol ll.e Manitoba
hotel, was taken ill on Wednesday
morning, but he is resting somewhat moro easily today.
'. I. O. White, ot Atbuliiu.-i, Is u
guest ul tbe Cosmopolitan hotel this
week.
LOCAL   NOTES
IMCKED  IIP    AUDIT     TIIK I.ITY
BY ASKING QUESTIONS OK
MANY  PEOPLE.
I.ny furniture nuw—C. C. S.
Kelt shoes lor Indies.—C. C. S.
Dressers and stands, $13,75—CCS,
tn.r calendars nre ready.—C C. S.
frank ll. VnnDoosr visited    Moylo
today.
Hig swoalc.
can tilu Co.
We are lieu-
-The Palm.
.i.   ill
Fink
Mer
Willi  the kululic goods
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CRAIMEhiOOK  TRADING   CO.     *
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AU1IICM I.l, KM, IMPLEMENTS, WA.KiNS.
HLICIUI1S,   i III C'KS, II .KNKSS ASK
MADDLHllY. lOTO.
HAY,   FLOU I,    AIMO   FEED   FOR   SALE
lliiriioss "f ni.}   kiml. from uuv imrl ut llie district,
' promptly utteittlcil to.
Piuixii is::. CHANBHOOK, 13. ('.
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QUEENS MOTEL
Cranhrook,   15.  C.
OUST. AXDKI-IX, Proprii lor
Our Motto : - Tin- ItoHl is Nono Too Cloud.!
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[   T. Gilpfn, n( Wnttsburg, was       a
Crattbrook  visitor  Monday.
!   Wintec is here,    if you need      a
Btove, do   not    read Patmoro Bros.
ml.
i   Wm. Reynolds, general yartlmastet
at Prank,    spenl  Sunday last       In
, ('ranbrook;
|   .Mr.    Kennedy,    assistant    train-
muster    at     Maelpod, spent Sunday
last iii Cranbruok.
|   .lames McLaren, timher cruiser for
tb<. Crows   Nest     Lumber company,
was in town on Wednesday.
I   Conductor    Donald McKUlop,    uf
Lethbridge, has been spending a lew
days with Cranbiook friends tlio past
week.
I   Fred M. Brown, of Ryan, hut. been
spending Beverai days in town    this
week shaking hands with his    many
friends.
A suitable Xmas Rift fur \to lady
of tlm house would he a perfect pantry kitchen cabinet, for sale by Patmore Bros.
Don't furget the great opening of
the International Brokerage Co., opposite the Canadian Bank of Commerce on Saturday.
W. S. Stanley and Bert. Whimster,
of Pernie, were' in town Sunday to
attend the regular monthly meeting of the Typographical union.
Thomas Caven, conductor on trains
(1 vi' and six, spent several days at
home the past weok. His run was
taken by II. il, MeLennnn during bis
absence.
At Hip regular meeting uf Key
City Ludge, No. 42, Monday nighl,
the following officers were elected for
the ensuing year: F. E. Haines, noble
grand; E, S. Ltddicoatt, vice-grand;
Wm, Harris, secretary; .1. Manning.
treasurer.
Reduction sale in shirts at the
Fink Mercantile Co.
Curling coats aud cardigans at the
Kink .Mercantile Co.
I'red Smyth, the sage ol Moytc,
and editor of the Muyiu Leader, v.,..
shaking hands -with his host ol
Cranbrook friends this week.
S. Hlgglngs anticipates going to
Mosmor to help build up the new
town.
John Kennedy, clerk to tbe road-
master, has moved into his new residence ou Garden avenue.
Wm. Carlin, of Fort Steele, has
boon iu Cranbiook several times litis
week.
Major Small, a cousin of K. Ii,
Small arrived iu Cranbrook thih
week nnd is a guest of Ins cousin.
Mr. Small, is, of course, Irom "Tne
Island."
Edward   Foagan, manager of    thu
lumber camps uf the Crows Nest
Cass Lumber company, on lbe St.
Marys river, was in town fur a
couple of days this week.
C. A. Oaskill and family passed
through Cranbrnok en route (or Kimberley from Spokane. Mr. Oaskill is
general manager of the Kimhorley
i.umber company.
Engineers Nap Koyal and George
Mun roe returned from a deer hum
near Kyan un Wednesday. Tbey got
two deer and    report having   had   a
md time.
The Order of Owls will lie instituted iu Mighton's hall this evening   ai
'10.     A.    C. McKeen, the aupn n
organizer of the order, will he       m
charge.     The feu for charter     mem
hers is live dollars.
Williams Dixie Jubilee Singers will
be at the new opera house on Friday,
December lith, aud will give theii
well known cntertalnmonl under the
auspices uf the Presbyterian ehureh.
Mrs. Beatty, wife of W. It. l.eat-
ty, left on Tuesday for uu extend ,
visit to Boston, Philadelphia and hei
old home near WUlmington, Delaware.
F. Bowness, of Fort William, Ont.
a brother of A. C. Bowness, of this
city, was visiting with bis hi ilhcr
during the week. He is now iu
Moyie.
FOB SALE-Two coal stoves, good
condition, cheap.—W. J. Labadie.
10. B. Heed, late ot the Ciani.;
foundry, is leaving Cranbrook un I
29th for n trip to   the Old Cotinln
and will probably     return in        the
spring,    bringing    his bride        ,. i.-
hmi.
George F. BrougMon, late of the
C, |\ It. freight department, is re
turning to Toronto, Ont., and is undecided as to whether he will take .<
trip from there to the old Country
before the spring.
Miss Crooker, of the superintendent's offiee, has been laid up with n
very bad cold, and is not able to
resume hor, duties. Jack llnmllloii
is Tilling ber place tot the time be
iug.
nbi
■;u
Patmoro Bros, sell MeClary's fam-
toves,     Oood goods give satls-
; iction,
Vuvacuc, formerly   of   Cran-
'.. but now pastor of the Baptist
church at Grand Forks, spent several
in town the past week renewing
lllll .nr.'     with his many friends
Uc I.'ii for bis homo Tuesday
Wi
(hi
pr
agent of tho 0.
Ileral-I, just as
., that already 12 or
I'i passengers have been booked ou
Ui.- Kmprcsa of Britain, sailing on
Deccmhoc 13. Mr. Wilson suggests
that any one wishing a passage book-
el slit.uld not delay, as accommodation is being laken up very rapidly.
WANTED—A general servant; highest wages paid. Applv post elTlec
box I, Cranhrook, B. C.
\V. V. Jackson, of Creston, agent
for tho Grand Forks nursery, returned from his trip to Windermere, and
Ooldeu Saturday hist and spent sev-
ci.ii days in Oranbrook. Mr. Jackson reports a very successful trip up
lhe Kooteiiuy valley and says that
with the completion of ibe Kootenay
Central railway that valley is bound
to become ono ol lbe best fruit producing districts of the province.
WANTED—Position as teamster or
oilier work around Cranbrook. Address W. Walsh, Cosmopolitan hotel.
The -Irrc Mc \uliue Stoek company
played n three nights engagement at
tho opera house Inst week und gave
excellent satisfaction to those who
witnessed their performances. This
is undoubtedly one of llie best tbeat-
rlcal organizations that has yet visited Cranbruok and should they return iu tbe future will attract a
milch belter patronage than they
ui'-i   wiib on their initial visit.
Fell shoes for ladics.-C. C. S.
[■'ell, shoes for kids.—C. C. S.
Felt shoes for men.—C. C. S.
The Canadian Pacific railway announce a very low tound trip rate
to all points'in Ontario and (Jucbcc
wcst'ol Montreal. Tickets bear
HO day limit. This affords an
celleut opportunity to visit the e.si
at a very economical cost. Reduced
rates to thu Old ilotm'i'y ace adur-
lisi-d elsewhere in this issue.     3B-2t
'i lie new machine shop that is be-
.., - limit by Gcorao Hunter for Syl
i.i.In.ids and Bob Akins, is neanng
eompletion, in fact Is ready for i
roof. The main building will hi
U4 bv 40, and there will be an adih
Uon*20 by 21. Mr. Richards au,
Mr. Aikins will conduct a general
machine shop business, putting in a
llrst-class blast furnace, lathes, an
nil such machinery necessary to make
repairs to the machinery used by
saw mills and other factories iu   tilt
-strict.
Kemembor the place where you get
unlity and quantity for youi money.
Tbe Palm.
The C, P. It. Quadrille club     held
ie i   by-monthly   dance    at       the
,,-ntworth hall last night.    The elec-
..-n of officers also took place, T. S.
ill being elected president, F. Tay-
)r, vice-president, F. Haines, secretary and   C. Harris treasurer.     The
dy patronesses will be named al
the'next meeting. The club wn
hold dances every two weeks during
lbe winter season.
Remember tbe place where you get
quality and quantity for your money.
—The Palm.
Since Gust Audceu has taken over
the gueons hotel, that old time hostelry, the oldest hotel iu Cranbrooh,
has taken what may be called a new
lease of life. Cleaned and scruhben
(torn cellar to attic, repainted and
refurnished, tbe old house looks more
spick and span than it has sinee Mrs.
Donahue's regime. Gust is making fl
.Miming feature of the dining room
a first-class meal is served as goud as
any to bo tound in tuwn at a reasonable price. The bedrooms are clean,
uoat and well heated. The bar am
silting rooms are comfortable and
ivoll furnished and the class ut cigars
and liquid refreshments supplied an
the best.
Wc aro here with the kandio goods
—The Palm.
Maurice Ouain,     superinlcndent oi
the Cranbrook   l-Ilcetric Light   con
pany, wnu operates the East Root
my telephone lines, returned       th
,..,■;_ Irom    Elko and     tbe   district
nub ot Elko.    At Waldo an       cx-
bas been   put iu ut McConnell h hotel.       At this puint        the
i ranbrook line connects with     three
then One runs tu lhe Baker Lum-
. i r company. Boss Bros, mill ami
Iho   Pino     Tree    Lumber company,
nolhet to tbu Groat Northern depul
,;i Bayncs Lake and the Adolph Lumber company, and   still another     t
lhe North   Star mill, Elko, Carbon-
...!.. and Fernie.
The World's Temperance Sunday
was duly observed in the Methodist
church last Sunday.     At the evening
. i. Ice every available seat was
laken, and lbe recitations by Miss
L'hapman.    and    Miss Hiekeiibotbam
ierc well rendered and thoroughly
enjoyed. Mrs. Bold and Miss Connolly rendered solos appropriate for
tho occasion, and Mr. W. Morton,
president ol tho Missionary and Temperance department    read the lesson.
ihe pastor gave an address upon tbe
real strides (be temperance movement was making iu the States, and
urged upon the congregation to     be
Hue patriots and defend their country against tho ravages of the drink
nose, lie pointed out that those
who thought hu had any personal
feeling against any saloon keeper
w.-n- making a great mistake, it was
principle that he was contending for
mil wns prepared to defend his position against all comers.
BGVBIL
creates
appetite
BOVRIL added to anv dish gives it tha delightful odor
roa&ling beet.
Make-, your mouth watei-— puts your appetite on edge.
Us rich, beefy flavor, starts the ga-.iricjttu.--i flowing, helpii
llie digestive organs extract more nutrition irom the food yuu e*
BOVRIL
form all tlu-
.i mere extract.    It contains ii
i\ Bttbstance and flavor of pr
.oncontr
e beef.
When tired out, try a little BOVRIL in a cup of boiling water,
with a soda biscuit.    Twill refresh and strengthen you.
All good cooks keep BOVRIL always on band. There's nol
A day passei lhat it cannot help make some dish more palatable
- more nourishing.
All  good grocers sell BOVRIL. ,,
Jl message from Santa ciaus
THIS year I will, as usual, make my headquarters at Beattie & Atchison's Hii:
Store   I have sent tlu'tn BOU.etl.iug ot
everything I  have, an.l I intend to treat the
people of Oranbrook and Kast Kootonnj better
than over this year.
Por the Children I have sent an eutrn line
display of Toys. The Dolls and Teddy Bean
are there in all si/.eB and colors, and Lots of
Extra Dresses for Dolls. You should see lbe
Trains and Steam Engines, the Bis Magic
Lanterns and the hundreds ol other Toys,
llrop in ami tell Beattie A- Atchison what you
want u.e to bring you.
For Grown People there is— well, just about
everything. Talk about China! If you want
to see some reully tine stuff, gu upstairs and
have a look at it. Then there is a fine line of
English Work Baskets, Beautiful Candel.-,.-. a.
and Candlesticks, Leather Dressing Cases.
Jewel Boxes, Sewing Sets, and. in fact, everything.
Don't forget the place—Beattie & Atchison's.
where It pays to deal. That is my headquarters
f..r Kast Kootenay. and if you can't come, write
Yours for a .lolly Xmas.
SANTA C'LAt'S
I HARRIS & WOODS
Try
For Your
WINTER SUPPLY
OF WOOD
All Orders will receive prompt
and immediate attention.
:: Telephone 102
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and Christmas will be here. Now is the time to select
your XMAS PRESENTS, Our Xmas stock is nearly
uli hen. now, and we will In, pleased to show you the
goods nnd quote prices. We l.n..die nothing but the
Is'st <if goods, and nny article we sell we guarnt.tee to
give entire satisfaction.
	
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WII      WIf   CON Jeweler -tnd
•    lla    TV a\a\j9\jn* Gri.dui.ie  OpilCnn
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Cranhrook   Opera   House
TWO   NU.II I'.-    .ND   SATURDAY    .iv.iM'i-.,
I'liiiiiiit'ii.-ini.
Friday. November 29th
THIS [ll IM IXI. IN Mi" i. in.
ill tlie Enormous Triumph
The Two Orphans
The Melodramatic Masterpiece
A  Mngnlll IU- Staged  t'roilnc*
ii<.ii
All Special Sconor.v
Rean.ifill .'..-tiiiii.-
i-;i...-ii-if.-ii Effect.
r,i,-..- |i.imi, ;.',,-., .'in,-.
Seal  Sale ul ['oh. Olll.e I'm'
Plnru
SATURDAY- WATINBE: •• OTHER I'EO
PIE'S HONEY."
SATUROAV Nl.illl : ■■ RIFFLES."
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X
< > Handley Livery aad |
li     Feed Stables
...   Tin: iikst is mini: run
j[    i.mil'   l-'ul:   CKA.N'HIKMiK
<.
i[ wi: kmu:\vhi: TO furnish }
,. TIIK IIKST
i'
.. Rigs, Riding  Horses   and
] | Pack   Morses lor any
,, part of the
' > District
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J [ wi: want in satisfy Yi.Hi 9
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X    BAXTER  & LANQIN
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...The...
Two Jims
When llie |ieii|il..of Uu.l
I. any it Spuknni.
iliv.- -I.'fil-I   lie mu.' ...
visi'l llm
Dell Dick Bar
SI.MillSlreel
Opp isile Victoria Hotel
James Neil & James (ialhraith
Proprietors
The liesl nl'   Wines  iin.1 Cigars
WHEN BUYING NURSERY STOCK
Get  the Best
Grown ul
RIVERSIDE NURSERIES
Grand Porks, It. ('.
Nil   I'T.MI.iATluN
I'm- Information  apply l"
their agent.,
WALTER V.JACKSON
Creston,   li. C.
Columbian College
N.-.v w.-Hiiniii-i.-i-. |l r
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I'i'iivi'li'Hii uliiimiiin II i... .tiii..in-,,i
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I'll.'lif Sfl I    i".i-i.      Iluii.    llluli   Si'lmol
work,'..... |.i-.-|.i,f.-- for Pro. I ft irln>t_
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Iti Ci.ili-ci  '-...I,..-,  i.n.l   Iii   iiiii  Liiill...'
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f.,,ll|,l.-lf   All- I' - If- llll, 11 A   .Irui f
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lain lull iilllllnlliiii    In -fi..  f.i.l,.. tl,,,
Hiui vnriil 'I'.ii-.ini.. S.ll.V I ..I   -, If MI'I
lin. ii H| i.il Hniiii rl.ni i'n.l.i|ili..| I..
l-rni'li.-iil etitfi. inn m.n. In . .1- j'ri,vl,i.i>
In Mil.!.-. ,i.-..in|.l.-t..f...ii.f if T    I	
full or-,  nnt I'i  iiii.I 'ff mm
iiiiii  with tli..  Toruiilo  .'uili'...  .,1   Musi,
8poei.il iii-ii-.n-ii    An   iiii.I   i:ln. 1 11;
-vhllonlUtniltti...ure ntipilml 1.. inke I'..,
kiflll l-fiiiini.   uiih nil It,,. ,1,If 11,1. f.   ,1 1,
well ,-i|iii|i]i".l   uvniim-iiim.-Kin' Cut Inr
ml,In".. I'..limit ..It.-..-.
NOTICK    OP      TRANSFER     OF
LICENSE
T.ilic notice that the undersigned intends to a|iply for a transfer of liis
retail li.piiir license lor
.he Central hotel, Wardner,
B. I.'., lo .lohn McDermid,
of Wardner, 1!. tl., nl lhc next silting ot lhc h'uaiil of license commissioners for lhc (' Iiriiok license district.
34-11                             John Ryan.
NOTICI-:
[.stray on premises, nt Wardner, H.
.' . Um sorrel horses, hraiulcil on
jaw, while slur on forehrail. The
s.-H.ic Imvn liioiicn into nnd done con-
Milclulile damage I., garden. Owner
may have lhc s,,,,,,. hv paying
damages and expenses. Apply to
S. .1. Harrison, P. 0. Box fi, Wnr.l-
i.er, II. 0. 38-31*
Ml   News of the District   Mm
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned from Newspapers
■SBN>%asBva-«sa-j_s«sas-r^>-jr^*--*v«vN_r-*sa^^
JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Specialty
A ikons I lit irk. Craubrook
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j ♦
♦ FERNIE ♦
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(From tbe Kernie Free I'ress.)
H  is reported 1b.1i  li, bouses were
..MTtuiiittl  by  tbe     wind  in .Maeleinl
mi Tuesday. '   It blew ureal guus at
I'liii'b.'i t'rwk but .li.i ..,, damage.
Tbe Western Meat comnany, ul
Piiit-bi'i Crook ami Macleod, me open-
iii'.', .1 branch nt Hosmer. They ox-
i.:-.'i I., bu re.itK i.ii liusiiiess ' nexl
week
Uu: Km-sytho went up lbe Kill
.ni Muudn) healing instructions fur
Ihu witltdrnwul foi Uie winler ul
lb.' crews working tot ibe Northern
('mil a Coke Co.
Contractor Hlley is put ling in an
electric lighi plant nt ihe bit; ent
hunk near Hosmer, ami will operate
11    night    sbifi  I., expedite   ruilwnj
1 iek Bonner have becu in Ireland since
last .luly, seeing llieir many relatives
nml taking in the Dublin fair. Patrick Bonner and his family nre now
en route wesi in Spokano. John
Cannon, who spent the summer in
New York state, also came west in
Movie with lbe llnnner brothers.
.In
nsir
ion.
Large numbers uf workmen nre
-lilnuu in from other parts uf the
province and Irom Alberta. They
.ue looking for work in the camps
iin,l mines but are mostly unskilled
laborers.
('. J. Dighy bas n contract lor
constructing u ipmrler mile trestle
in ei.nneei the Pacillc Coal company's
Incline nl Hosmer witb lbe tipple.
Tbis structure will lake hall n mil-
linn feet nt limber.
A. (in.nl is milling n two story a-l-
ill I ic Ml In bis hotel nt Crows Nesl,
31x3(1 feet. Messrs. Dighy A Wnldo
have lhe contract. Tbis extension
will give i-ighf more bedrooms ns
w.ll us olhcr additional accommodation,
■ hist now wo need the energetic
Mi.iitd of Trade to agitate for long
ilisiunci' telephone connection with
Vlherla.
(in Salurday a Plnlander working
<m Miller's contract at Campbell's
Siding, near Sparwood, attempted tn
investigate tn missed shot-hole in
whieh ,1 fuse wns burning, when the
charge exploded, lie w.is hurled to
ibe mound unit fearfully injured.
Hul li eyes were destroyed, his jaw
w;is broken antf he was hideously
disfigured about the bend and fare.
The unfortunate man was brought lo
Kernie ami taken to the Home hospital, where, according fn latest reports, he is recovering, lie will be
totally blind.
Charles Slmlster has been appoint*
nl general superintendent of the three
collieries of the Crows Nest Pass
Conl eompany at Coal Creek, Michel
,1 ml Ca rhonndn. Mr, Si mis Ier is
lhe natural appointee to ims nince
bj reason bulb of ability and seniority. Sinee he was a child he has
inl!..wiil coal mining, having previous
lo coming lo Canada held responsible
positions iu bis vocation in the Old
Country, as tin-boss ami overman in
collieries there, lie was superln-
tundent at. Carbonado colliery up lo
ibe lime of closing down in April
lUOfi, when be was transferred to
Michel. There he was mine superin-
Icndenl up In the time nf Ihis last
promotion. Mr, Slmlstor is thus
ndmlrably ijtialificd for the position
e now holds and his administration
l ihe affairs of tbis office will no
..iilil confirm ihe judgment nl the
foal company in their selection of u
eneral superintendent.
Tbe English sparrow has made its
ppearance on our streets. Lots of
peuple have nn grudge against the
liiid. Sunie bave. Tbey arc
cavengcrs, hul they need another
e.ivenger to follow them. They fill
ibe enves with twitterings and' dry
grass. The latter burns in n hurry
when It starts and a line ol it may
ia 11 v lire across a building or a number ' nf buildings. If tin- Knglisb
(marrow is an undesirable now is the
lime in deal with his case before In
becomes ubiipiitous.
•k WtT.i.ish mill
W.'eK  ..I   .-'I,,,,..
uie are spend-
nl HI,iim,.11,-.
(i    lie
111 pa nieil 1.1        l
.rived Im  Tlm
Moss.     Mrs. lb
Willi   bet   (lutlfflll
ell.
• I     KIijiit  nml   f ill-   weie      up
Kim-SKiiln ihis  week  and    weiu
Kiie-sls ..!     Ur. nnd Mrs. II. II.
Ur. nnd Mis   Rimer   wero
I Uoyle   fur    over eight
ive    in,1 in  friends   here.
al       the  CosinOUOllI
plcasnnl iln nee was dv
llie    UU.
Illliu ,,'k
residenls .
years ..ml I
l.nsl evenln
bolel n very
in  I hell   lmi
I MOYIE t
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(Kr-tro tbs Moyit l.eadrt.)
.1. M. Cbatlerton, of Cranbrook,
•-pent Thursday and Kriday In town.
Arohlo El well was up [rum Cranbrook fm several ilnys assisting It,
Campbell.
Mrs It. Campbell anil children were
spending several day-, at ttyuu visiting Mr, ami Mrs. a  r. Cook,
ff. I' While ami (1, T. McClrogor
were in Cnuibrook Wcdnesdny    night
attending a .special   meeting'of     the
Masonic todge.
W. II. MacKnrl.'ine, uf the Cranhrook Co-operative Stores, was
Irnnsnctlng business in the mineral
eily yesterday.
"Hick"    MeClure,     who bas    been
away from    Moyie for several years,
enmo over     from Phnenix this week
ml will remain for some time.
The link belt conveyors fur the new
snrting house at the St. Kugene nr-
rived this week and will soon he installed. This building is just about
completed. The old platform scales
r..i weighing cars at. Ihe mill havo
been turn out nnd men are now at
work putting in a larger and liettrr
set. Another new building is planned. It will he a warehouse and
will be erected between the mill and
lbe railroad track. It wl-1 be 24x50
feel in size. The mine is running in
full blast and there are nn Indications
wbal ever nf ;i shutdown.
I FRANK |
(Krom Tbe Frank I'ancr.)
An .ttiueiuiisty brutal murder was
commitlcd sume time last Tuesday
lliglll al uue ul Hie sporting bouses
un the road between Kraut ami Blairmore. The viellui nas a woman
known as Monty Lewis, proprietress
oi ihe resort. The murder was done
wiib ,i knife, and au axe, with whieh
lbe b./.ly nf lhe woman was slashed
and hacked in a shocking manner.
Mueh mystery surrounds tlm conr
mission of the crime, which is tho
first capital olTeusu ever In mar th.
records of the dislriel. The officers
have, however, arrested a Chinese
named Sing, who cooked for the murdered wiiimui, and be is being held
pending investigation.
Contractors Krayer & Sinclair are
hutldlng a. largo hotel at Hillcrcst for
the llilicresl eompnny. The huHding
Is io have thirty bedrooms w:ith one
large sleeping apart ment intended to
afford cheap accommodation for men
who desire il and ihere will be commodious rooms fur office, dining room
and bar. Tlw building is already enclosed ami roofed and rapid progress
is being made toward completion,
('. I'. Hill, managing director of
llu- Hillcrcst Coal eompany, returned
the lasi of the week frnm Winnipeg,
where he went lo have a medicine
talk wilh C. P. K. nllicials relative
in doing ibe right thing by Illtlcrest.
He returned very much elated
with the result of his mission and
announces ihat he wus given assurance that a station will lie established ni HUlcrest Junction with an
Bgenl add thai additional sidings will
ne put iu for the accommodation of
Hillcrcst  business.
fJeorge Holier is, who resigned the
position of freight clerk at the Frank
station lo go to Vancouver, returned
Saturday. Ho states that hundreds
of while men nre walking the streets
of Vaiicouvnr looking for work, hut
Ihal ev.-rv conceivable job is filled by
a Jnp. Mr. Roberts thinks that tlio
"yellow peril" is no myth in Vancouver bul a stem reality.
The Maple Leaf company is gelling
a big nmoiiul uf work dune in preparation for ihe opening of its mine
below Hellevue. The railway siding
is nuw iu, a wagon road has been
graded down the bluff to the railroad
track fur ihe hauling nf material and
ibe wnrk uf building the tipple is
well under way. The stone foundations nre being put in nnd at the
present rale oF progress the structure
should be up before severe weather
Interferes.
To appreciate the strides that arc
taking place in this district incident
io ihe development that is going un,
une should lake a drive to the prairie
.md en route note the progress of lhe
wnrk lti (ho new luwnsite ol Hamilton, Where two mouths ago there
w.is nothing hut the landscape as
inline made it, ynu now see many
cottages going up to be occupied ns
residences hy miners, ynu soo two
mines being opened, jt railroad spur
,ilready built frnm tbe main track
to the si-en.- ol opeiaiiuns, bridges
liPing thrown across tho stream and
in,my other evidences that tbe company, tho Leltch Collieries, is rushing things, It is certainty Impressive of tlio growth of lbe dislrief.
The wind created quite a commotion Monday when il literally tore
up .lao'c through the Pass, 'it did
damage in only one instance hut. in
that il enmo near causing a disaster.
\ ear nf ennl stood on 1»|i of the
in-He ni the c. iv it. cmil pockets
ami nil hough presumably tbo brakes
wen- on, il was st.ii ti d by the wind
,in.l enmc down lhe steep Incline al
a fearful rate of speed. At the
lint lorn uf ihe chute Ii struck Up
switch nml was thrown over on lhe
ground tn lhc north of the track,
upisi fortunately doing no greater
dnrnngo than smashing lhe car and
spilling ihe coat. But the possibilities of disaster Hint went, with the
incident, made tbe hair of a lot nf
people stand on end. The local
stood nn Ihe main track nnd the runaway car only missed smashing into
the passenger coach by a few feet.
Had il done sn it could hardly have
failed In hnve killed a number of
people.
Antonio Casagnnda, an Kalian laborer, of Hillcrcst, is under arrest and
will have a hearing Ibis afternoon on
n eharjre of conspiracy lo blow up
Hu- residence nf the superintendent nf
ibe llilicresl mine.
WAHNINC!
Any person nr persons culling     or
removing wood or   timber from Sub
,.,     ,, —       .   ,  ,        ,.   'l,ol   21, uf     Lot 4rif)2.  in the     St.
Mike Bonner, accompanied by     his   Marys,  district     nf East Kootonay,
two brothers, .lack   and .foe, landed   without permits from proper iiuthor-
m  Moyie    Wednesday, having     como  itv will he prosecuted.
direct from Ireland.     Mike and Pat-   8(l-5t' Arthur L. Smith.
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WARDNER
44444444v*w044 •»♦♦♦♦♦♦*
(From om own correspondent)
!'. It. agent uf
■\ days this week
sister, Mrs.     P.
Mi
Cm
reslon,
lown
l.i
Mr. Grab   Doinb
 k last \\.-in.--.i.i.
i' was in I i'ii
on business.
You
Hie m
nbi
nl   hnil
dd deer hunter hi
i he takes.
Mr. .lohn Smith, who has been iu
lhe employ of ihu C, \. P. L. Co,
for some time, lefl mi Kriday for
England, where he will |oin his wife
ami daughter, wlm preceded bim to
Kbglatid sume time ngo.
Mr. Adney was in Cranbrook uu
business oil Tuesday  last.
Socks appear to be a safer receptacle for money lhan stocks at   pro-
Mr, A. Sheppard, stenographer in
the ollice of the lumber company,
lefl Insl Wednesday for tbe coast to
attend a political convention, Mr.
Sheppiird  will be away some days.
In Hie new I. S, coinage the
words "In Ood Wo Trust" have heen
 itted.      In  lbe   present condition
of the money market many American financiers nre able to obtain
trust in the heaven's above or the
en till beneath.
Policeman     Adney   was in Jaffray
Ibis week nn business.
A very pleasant lime was spent on
Wednesday evening last, at the Central hotel, the event being a large
dame given by the proprietor, Mr.
•lohn McOinrmid, in honor of the re-
liring proprietor, Mr. .lohn Ryan,
Vs sunn us the guests arrived a very
elaborate dinner of everything that
could be desired was served, and
afler ample justice had been dune to
Hie good things provided, by all present, n very enjoyable dance was engaged in for a few hours. The party
broke n\i at an early hour, when nil
repaired lo iheir homes, after de-
c'nring their bust to he a right, |oth
good, fellow. Mr. Ryan intends
leaving for Toronlo, Ont,, shortly
where be will spend Ihe winter, in
lhe hope tlml the change nf climate
may improve his healih, which has
been very poor lately.
Mrs. Keinstn.m presented her husband with a bouncing bahv mi Tuesday morning last.
Mr. and Mrs. 01 in Wisner spent
Sundav nf thin w..t vi.-itii.i_t ibi-ir
Mend, Mr. Ben Thiol, of Jnffrny,
Owing fn Hie mild weather prcvall-
ng and Hie large amnunt nf orders
fur goods being received bv the liim-
tot eompanv work was carried on
Sunday last nt the saw mill, as well
ns un llie river at some nf the ln.^-
gmg camps.
Mr. and Mrs. IV Lund attended the
Mill in ( ranbrook nn Mondav evening
lasl. in aid of (he St. Eugene hospital.
Mr.    Reed, of   Creston, has    heen
stationed ni  Wardner as C   p      R
;ent.
Rev, Wilson, nf Vancouver, superin-
feiidenl of missions, preached on
Sunday evening last in the Wardner
school house.
Scot! s hlogrnph company appeared
'ii (own last week and gave their
woiidorful exhibition of moving pictures nn Saturday night last. The
wenlhor was very disagreeable and
Hie audience was extremelv small
SHERMAN SPOKE PLAIN!,
One of the most interesting inei-
;l<'"ls in connection with the recent
Inbor dispute nrhitratinn, was the
-Tcecb uf Frank H. Sherman, president of District 18, of the United
Mine Workers nf America, who ap-
parently was not very greatly pleas-
•d with tin- way things were going,
in the course of bis remarks to Mr
iiisltee Stuart, «nve utterance to
ihese very significant words: MAglt-
itiun is the life nf the union, and as
sunn as things go! working smnolhlv
lhe union goes In pieces. The nnli-
wny tn keep it alive is tn keep up
ui agitation."
■Indgp Stuart interrupted him    by
-nylng:    "That Is a frank statement
fu make in cnurt, Mr. Sherman." tu
which   Mr.   Sherman replied, "Frank
is my name, and I'm always Frank."
Neifher union   men   nor capitalists
u" the   general   public nuree    with
Mr.   Sherman's   ideas of keeping    n
ion alive.     In view of the    mnnv
liv 1 roubles that have kept things
unsplflcd In bis district ever     since
he has been     president.      Mr. Sherman's remarks are verv significant.—
Lethbridge Herald.
SIB WILFRID   HAS AN AUTOMOBILE
Ottawa, Nov. IR.—Sir Wilfrid and
Lady   Laurier have joined the ranks
f the autniiiohilists, and arc now
possessors of probable the finest
motor ear in Ottawa. A new English touring car, valued at about
$S,(i(m, arrived in the citv a few davs
ago fur Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and'is
now in commission. It was manufactured at Neweastle-nn-Tyne, England, where Sir Wilfrid inspected the
works last summer.    The car is one
d thirty horse power, nnd a speed
■anacity nf thirty miles per hour.
Tbe closed apartment in the rear of
the ear will accommodate five persons. It is very finely upholstered
and illuminated with electric lights,
the current fnr which Is supplied from
a storage battery.
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|  HAD4ME LALONDE   #
z   High-Clas; Dressmaking
J     Tailnr-iiia.leCiistun.es.   Fancy
♦ I liil.ln-nV Wear.
♦ ('.   IV  11,   llul -H:   1'pnlnlis)
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Uld shoes made new.   All kind?
of repairinir.   (live me a call.
CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is modcrnly equipped
to do iust the best work in all
branches ol the tonsorial art.
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j | WOOD FOR SALE::
* * 1 have secured machinery for
* * sawing wihhI, ami am now pre-
] J pared to contract tor Wood of any
,, length, in huge or small c*uan-
,, tliies,
** Out-of-town eoiitriictp solicited,
t[ Fur further particulars address
i:R.   . ricNEIIL-;
Cranbrnok, B. C.
When You
Come to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens .& Rockendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C P. R.
Station
$1.00   PER   OAY
Calgary, Alta.
*)*>*>**■*■*-*■*■■*-**-*■***• imiM»«|j
A Good Investment
STORM WINDOWS
on  your  house this winter will
Hive one-half your coal bill.
Order now from thu
Cranbrook Sash and
Door Company
All kinil. of r.uililitii* Material on
liiiinl or nmili' In ni'il.i-
CHANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK   MAST KOOTKNAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Tal'f notico that I, (..org. Cleary,
of I'o.t St.'i'lf, 11. C, occupation,
Livery SI.ilili- Kt'i'lii'l, inliliil lo ap-
lily lur it special Ifmli.r license over
ll.c li.llnwiiii; .li'sciilicl Inn.l.s:
Conutionolng al a post planlcl at
N. E. collier ot .1. Sullivan's pre*
i...Iillon, t'lii'lii-c south KII chains,
Ihcnc.' east .0 Chains, tlience south
8(1 cbiiii.s, theuce cast -1.1 chains,
tlience north Nil chains, ihence wesi
2.1 ehains, theuce norlh 77 chains,
tlience wcs-l .7 chains, thence north
:i chnins, thence west 23 chains to
point, nf commencement, itn.1 contain-
in.; iiill acres, more or less.
UcorRC Deary.
Daled September 27th, 1387.    21-01
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills Limited, Inteml to apply lor
permission to purchase the loIlowinB
.lescribed land:
Commencing at a post planled at
the south-east corner ol the I. Ca-
Inll limber limit, Lot 7312, Uience
running norlh thirty-live chains,
thence east twenty chains, thence
south twenty chains, more or less, to
the B. C. Southern right-of-way,
tlience lollowing the said rlnl.t-ot-
way lu a south-westerly direction to
Iiniii. ot commencement, and containing (illy acres, more or less,
(Sgd) The King Lumber Mills, Ltd.,
Oeo. Hungcrtnid, Locator.
Dated September 19th, 1807. 28-81
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Cranbrook Aerie 967
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M. I). Hillings, Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially iuvlled
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d    Thursday
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Railway nn' .lining
Engineering .1   ipei laity
]', FIRE    PROOF    SAFES
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DAVE ELTON SAYS ITS A LIE
(Cardston Star.)
More about Mm monism! This tin.u
the good brother is sure that "there
arc as many plural marriages in Ciin-
...la as there aro in the United
States." That is really true when
vuu consider the tact that so tar as
tho Mormons are concerned there are
tm plural marriages in the United
Slates. Wc cannot speak for the
-thorn, we can onlv speak for the
Mormons. Mr. Webb, Baptist l.i-
vlno at Winnipeg, declares thai .'
Interviewed apostles in Suit Lako
City and learned Irom tl.e... that .....
M...minis   were   practicing polygamy
11 Canada. Wc would warn llm
.ear.led gelitleninll that them is a
...mn place prepared for those win.
In.e and mnko a lie. lie will need
to pul iu 11 supply ol Inns and ic, it
he continues tu usserl that apostles
gave him Ibis Information, lie may
luivo received it Irmn the Salt Lake
Tribune nr sume of the leaders of the
.merikenns party hut not fro... apostles nl the Mormon ehureh. Re-
'icsli .mn Tiiemiil'V Mr. Wehb and see
if  vou   lmve 11..1   made a    mistake.
fume wesi. .isil the Mulllliills, talk
iii tin-in. study I ..fin. investigate
tbem, ami don't stand up 11ml   shoot
■ll vour   mouth nl I polygamy    In
Canada—thai is—no. with reference
ti. the Mormons. You know or at
least you ought to know that what
yuu aie saying Is ns false     as hell.
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D9TT READ THIS
The French Dry Cleaning process
enables ns lo clean mens pants, units
nnd neckties, ladles suits ami skirls
in such a way that Ihey positively
look as Rood us new.
We are experienced dyers nnd cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
send anything down east pr up west.
E\ST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
om,9-U.  LEASK, Tailor
Ilim'   BRITISH    COLUMBIA  RECEIVED ITS NAME
The very interesting volume "Letters uf Queen Victoria,1.' edited by A.
". Benson nnd Viscount Esbor, just
nililishetl, contains a letter writter
ni July 21, 1858, by which two in-
[cresting points are made clear for
to lirst lime, with reference lo the
laming of British Columbia—first,
thai France objected to the name of
\'ew Caledonia and seeoml, that , the
credit of suggesting lhe name of British Columbia belongs to lbe Queen.
riii? letter is as follows:
"The Queen has received Sir I*.
'hilwcr Lyttou's letter. Tf the name
if New Caledonia Is objected to as
Seing already borne by another col-
my or island claimed by the French,
it may he better (ogive the new
colony west of the Rocky Mountains
mother name. New Hanover, New
Cornwnll and New Georgia, appear
frfim the maps to he the names of
subdivisions uf that country, and do
uul appear mi all maps. The only
name which is given to the whole
territorv in every map the Queen has
-.iiMiIteii is Columbia. But as therr
ovists also a Columbia in South
America, and the citizens of the
United Stales call their eountrv also
Columbia, at least fn poetry, British
Columbia might be the best name."
C. P. R. LINE TO TACOMA
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 22.—The Ca-
nadtan Pacific railway has large parlies uf surveyors in the field locating
I wh lines for invasion of territory
now controlled by Hill roads. One
oroposed line is from Spokane,
"hrough Yakima valley, across the
Cascade mountains to Tacoma and
Seattle. The other is connecting the
north ami suulh line from Sumas, un
the International boundary to Seattle
nul Tacoma.
An important conference regard Ine*
Hie extension in Ibis state w.is h_»ld
it Winnipeg between Sir Thomas
Shnuglincssy, president of the Canadian Pacific and D. C. Corbin, of Spokane, president of the Spokane and
International, which brings the Canadian road into Spokane. Surveyors now have the coast line permaii-
1'tlv located to Doming, forty miles
south of Snmas. President Shaugh-
nessy has an option on two tide land
terminals adjoining those uf the
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Pant. He
expected here within thirty davs
lo exerenso lhe option and meet   the
hnmhor of commerce. The Canadian
Pacific nuw enters Tacoma and Seat-
ttc under a trackage arrangement
wilh tin* Northern Pacific, which empires nesl year.
VYLESWORTH BETTER
lawn. Nov. 22.-Hon. A. R. Ay
orth is expected tn return to
iwn from Clifton Springs, N. Y
hunt a fortnight's time! Letters
ived from him hv members of the
■riimeni state that his stay at
sanitarium is greatly benefiting
health, llis hearing is improved
lie expects tu return in good
deal trim fur the labors of    tin
ou.
OCEAN   NAVIGATION
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Royal Mail  Empresses
I III k  II.VS OCEAN PASSAOE
Tl Empresses"    ure the largest,
nesl   nml  Inslesl slealllels    hetween
lunula and Liverpool.
n M..1.1
.iil.......
_:t  ...If Brio  .
, N. U.
From
I ..Vl.riMH.I
. W..I.. Nov. I!
Prom
l.lv.rj».,l
in   Nm.ffi.'-fem.iroU ..t Inland.. I'rl.. Nnv. If.
Sul.. II.-.-.  7.   l.i,k.'Miin.t<il.i, Ww... Nov. _0
IV., I).-.-, li. Kmnrou <>f Britain . Pr... N..v. 29
KATES .IP PASS.UE
FIRST CABIN—$45.00 and upwards, according to steamer.
SECOND CADIN-I37.B0 and upwards, according to steamer.
THIRD CLASS-M7.50 and 128.75
to Liverpool, London, Londonderry,
llelfast, ..uecnstuwn or Glasgow;
$28.50 and $20.75 to Antwerp, Hamburg, Havre, Amsterdam or Hotter-
dii.i.. To Norway and Sweden, $:.!
and     $:.2.50;     Stockholm,   $51 and
Third class berths nre reserved on
request and numbers placed on tickets when Issued.
I.ncgiige checked from nil western
points through to Liverpool.
lailway Fires In Cossectlss Will Bests
Cranlirook lo si. John, lit class,$110.7.1;
2ml eliiwi, $58.00.
The litnnreM n. Britain. mII.ii Dec lilt
Irom St. Jons Is lhe Cbrlitm. Best.
It Is advisable to honk early.
For further Information ns to rates
and conditions apply to
I. II. WILLSON,
Agent, Craiihioiik
The
Cranbook
Herald
The Winnipeg
Weekly
Free Press
and Prairie Farmer
and the Montreal
Family Herald
and Weekly Star
For $2.50
Regular Price $.|
This is the Last Month
n.iii-
l nf.:.
mer, llienre casl
n.rtli SII chains, tin
f. thenco south
"f commencement
.Mabel V. La.ult-
II. I. Landeck, .
,ii Gateway, H. '
CRANBROOK  LANU  DISTRICT
ing dci
imoncing
Arthur Charles V
Dated October 22nd, 1007.
I
CRANBROOK  LAM. DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OK KOOTENAY
Ta
OTICE OF     DISSOLUTIOE
PARTNERSHIP
OK
.1 -.
the
hy
DISTRICT OF  KAST  KOOTE
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Tal
ce   ib.it    W
itevenson, of  ('.-..iilin...'.
.nation,   Millmen, imei
.. permission ty pun I.
u described hind:
Commencing nt a post
nnil and attached lo
"iiherly    direction fun
.i-i corner post of Lot
•ii11,  tin chains,     th- in
liulns, 'ii.-iii,' north in .
is.  iu cbains to noli;
nnl, and containing -
i less.
William Edwin
Dated October loth, i
liatn K.:.'.
B. C,   ■
bod lands:
.it a   post    planted
rib of    the north-east j
her License .'7i.fi, t.lw-ncc   i   Notice
..uus.    Hicne..   west sit     Take noiiee that Lewis U*. Patmore, partnership ha
snulli SO chains, thence ot   Cranlirook,   U.   L\,   occupation,  .tie undersigned ti
, io point of coininci.ee-  Law Student, intends to apply for a and style nl 'if
special timber   license    over the   fol-   broOfS   and ..'    i
lolowing described lands: Columbia, i- Ih
Commencing     at   a   post   planted     The busin -.   ..
at   the   south-east    corner of     l.ot   tbe   undersigned
til..;,   (.roup 1,   Kootenny   District,  who...   a:l   accounts
tlii'iii-i- west HO chain-, thence    south and who assumes a:i liabilities.
sn   chains,    th™ _    east Sn ehains, I Gcor . Geary,
ihenee north 80   chains in place    of ■      .  Doyle,
commencement. ilVltucss: R. I., i. Galbruith.
Lewis ...  Patmore. Hatld tills .'ti. ,:...   _; October, A.
Haled October 30th, tt'OT.      ;.5-6t I)., 11.07. 34.-3,
•ager.
...i-.it
AY>      CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
-.;
that
ied on
.11111   name
..- at Crnn-
-.-!., British
solved,
atinucd   by
Doyle,    to
be payable
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
III,
17.
1 ad- ,,
1:. ;i
s, iu.ll- 11
.bonce ,,
st III ,;
tbenee
nn n. '■■
Arthur Charles
1. ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
1 Cruiser, intends to apply
speei.il  timber    license over the j
iiii; described lands:
mencing     at a   post    planted !
h.iins   nnrth   of the north-east I
ol     Timber   License   11356,
CRANBROOK LAND
IHSTHICT DC KOOTKNAY
T.r.- notice ttj.ii     Naxalro Roehon
i mt   chains, thence north
IB   chains,   ihenee east 00    chains,
Ui nu- south  LOO chains to place   ol
t ouimoncemcnt,
Arthur Charles Yeager.
h.it-.l October 23rd, IUU".       35-Ct
CRANBROOK   LANU DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTKNAY
CRANHROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Tnko nolice ih.it Lewis \\. Patmore,
ol Crnnbrook, B. c, occupation,
Law Student, Intends to apply "lot a
special timber license over lhe fol-
lolowittg described lands:
Commencing    at   a   post   planted
at   the   north-west   cornel ol    Lot I Iw Bowing described
0126,    Group 1,   Kootenay    District, |   Commencing at a
thence west 81) ehains, ihenee   south the   north-West
CRANBROOK
DISTRICT
DISTRICT .1
SOUTH!
....
LO iTENAY,
, ISION
Take notice
.      .. ..
iam Sherwood
ol Cranbrook
Lumucrman,
special timber lie
low ing (lescribed
Commencing    o
about one mile n
ti I   Boundary
casl ol 1'. P. li.
wesi Sil chains,
i-lniiiis, thenco east
hains t„
lent, and con
less.
I!. C,
nils tn
is use .
-ff
fo
Un
til of  111
i.l
RI
Lot
then
he |-l
or
Nazal
Dated October 28th, 10
lanted
Interna-
| miles
iOl, thenco
snulli 80
ills, thu'iii'O
oe of coin-
010 acres,
Tako notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Movie, B. C, occupation,
Tlmbci     Cruiser,    intends   to apply
[i I   .i  special  timber    license over Iho
I..:...wing descrihed lands:
Cut..mencing at a post planted
21(1 chains north of the north-oast
corner of Timber License t)7iiti, Ihence
ii.nlii 8ll chains, thence west
chains, thence
thenco east >
of commencement
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Daled October 22nd, ltini.       .'.5-.it
su    chains,     thence    cast Ml ch
theuce north 8u cliains tn place    ot
commencement,
Lewis .V. Patmore.
Dated October 22nd, l'JUT.       35-6t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
30-Ot      CKANIUtOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
1   tn   111
UIO
III,   II.
..Iiui-
llilll
11107,
linn  ll
iiiiii, B.C.
enn lie
seen
I.l ..1
this
..IIII.I ll
ll.e
ntiOcil
Unit
i'i il    i.
.less
nu :ni|i|
lliil,
clllgl s
gnu-
Sealed lenders adilressc
dersigiioil and endorsed "
Public Building, Ladysmi
will be received nl Ihi
Uednesdiiy, Deeember 11
elusive, lor thu constn
Public Building nt Ladysi
Plans and specilicgUuir.
and forms of tender ni.i,,:
Department and un applii
Postmaster at Lndysmilh
Persons tendering are n
temlers will nut he consul
made un the printed fu
mid signed wilh their .1
lures.
Each lender must be accompanied
hy an accepted cheque un a chartered
hank, made payable to the order ..t
ihe Honourable the Minister of Puhlie
Works, equal to ten per cent (ll) p.o)
of lbe amount of the lender, which
will he forfeited if the persuti tendering decline to enter into ;l contract
when called upon to do so, m if he
fail to complete the work contracted
fur. If the tender he nul accepted
the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not
self to accept the lowest 0
der.
By Order,
Fred Gellnas,
Secretary.
rtincnt   ...f  Pi-MU. WovU.i,
Ottawa, November 13, 1.107.
Newspapers  will  not  he  paid     fur
ihis advertisement if f.uv faswt     it
without  authorilv   from'the Department. 35-2t
Take notice ihat Lewis VI. Patmore,
of    Cianlwook,    B.    C,   occupation,
soutll   811     ehains, j.aw student, intends to apply for a
eliains to    point S|>eoial timber  license   over ibe   fol-
folowing described lands:
Commencing at a post plant.-.1
at the south-west cornet of Lot 0-136,
Uroup 1, Kootenay District, thence
south K0 chains, Uience west 80
chains, theuce north SU cliains, tbenee
east Mi ehains to place of commencement,
Lewis u. Patmore.
Daled October '22nd,  1**07.        33-tit
Bell, ot Craubro.... ;<. t , occupation,
Veterinary b 1     ....   ...:-, to apply
fol   A  SJICV1..1   ,     Ill    ..   0   t_['<-.l'       tUt»
planted    at
-:.  .   .1   Lut  271.!*,
Uiuup    j,     _„.;.-         SO thains,
thence auuta so  ,  tbeoce   east
&u chains,  ihem chains to
uie puce ui begini ataining titt)
acres 01 land, ;.. .-.
William Sbei..    ,   ...... Locator,
per Arthur   L'l gcr, Agent.
Dated Octol.......    .. j2-tii
Take nolicc that Arthur Charles
Yea-pter, of Moylo, B. C, occn|iatlon,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for ;i speeinl limber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted
7.'i elm i us wesi of t he uort h-west
corner uf Timber License (1033, theuce
11 uili Hi ehains, theuce ea»t ItiU
.li,litis, thence south 10 chains, thence
west Uiu (hiins tu point of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Daled OoIoIilm' 22nd, 1007.       35-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTKNAY,
I SOUTHERN DIVISION
I Take notice that Charles A. Taylor, of Cranhrook, occupation, Teamster, intends to apply [or permissi.m
lo purchase the fullowiue, described
laml:
1 Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner ol Lot 2044,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
211 chains,   thence   south 2ti    chains,
I thence cast 20 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 10
ucres, more or less,
Charles A. Taylor.
Dated October  21,   1907,       rt-'JV
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
nd
tin-
Dei*
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Movie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends lo apply
fur a special timber license over Ihe
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
75 ehains   west and -10 chains norlh
uf the north-west corner of Timber Take Ill)tice that East Kootenav
License 0033, thence north 111 chains, Ltnuta... Company, Limited, of Cran-
llirnee east ItiU chains, thence soutb b'rook, B. C, occupation, Lumber
tu chains, thence west 160 chains to Manufacturers, intends to apply for
place of commencement. permission to purchase the followine
Arthur Charles Meager,     described iand:
Dated October 22nd, 1907.       35-6t (   Commencinij   at a     post    planted
 _ about 30 chains south ot the N.    W.
CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT     corner of Lot p80S, Group Oue, Koo-
Ucnay district,
DISTRICT  OK KOOTENAY
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take nut ice   tha
t    A r tin
r   CI
ir
es
Yeager, uf  Moyie
H. ('.,
ccup.
tit
i'i
1 imber     Cruiser,
intends
lu
■PI
ly
->r a special  Uml
■r   liens
- ove
lie
ollowing describe
lands:
i ommencing    a
. a   pus
ll
nl
wl
it ihe north-cast
corner 0
T
ml
-ic-nse D.liij, thence norlh
Su c
ai
,s
hence    west 80 t
hains,  thence
iOl
111
M) chains, thence
cast   80
h.iins
lo
•unit of commencement.
Arthu
r Chalks
Yea
rer
Daled Nov. 2nd
1007.
ir,
61
thence west 20 chains
tlu-ncQ  Knvith  10   cUuint,   ihvnc-j
20 chains, ihence north 20 chains to
Take nolice   that    Arthur   Charles place ol commencement, and coatain-
Yi'iu'i-r, of  Movie, B. C, occupation, ing 40 acres, more or less.
Timber     Cruiser,    intends    to apply Kast    Kootenay     Lumber Company,
for a special timber   license over tbe Limited,
following described lands: per Archibald Kenneth Leiteh, A|,-ent.
Commencing     at a   post    planted Dated at   Jaffray,   B. C, Novem-
75 cliains west and 80 chains   north ber lltb, 1907.                            34-9t
uf the   north-west   corner of Timber   —	
License'0033, thence north 40 chains,
Uience east HiO chains, thence   south
40 chains, thence west 160 chains   to
place ol commencement. I   Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
Arthur Charles Yeager. dersiguod, and    endorsed "Tender for
Dated October 22nd, 1907.       35-Ct Detention Building, Victoria, B. C,"
 . will be received    at    this ollice until
en tviinnrik'  t inii DISTRICT     Monday, December 2,  1007, inclusive-
t RANBROOK LAND  DISIRItl      .     t^>.^    consUuction 0j ft ^^
»T«iTniPT of KOOTFNAY lion Building at Victoria, B. C.
Dl.MLii I Of Kwn^.w        (   Persons tendering are notified
CRANBROOK  LA »*D  DISTRICT
KOOTENAY,
DISTRICT OK
SOLllli.
Take notice .
nay LumUvi -,
Cranbrootr, li.
Manuiactui
iur a special 11
tollowiug descn
Lot numbei ii
tenav   distill.
The Kasl   ho
pany, l.i	
Dated N
CRANBROOK
DISTRICT OF
ISION
Kast Kuote-
, Limited, ol
Lipalion, turn-
lend 10 apply
I'USC   UU'I    111*
One
Koo-
w  -worn-
TKNAY
thai
il EAST KOO-
ralte nolic
MayooM, B.
intends to ap]
license ovei
lands:
t ommencing at a ;  st
the   south-east    cornel
tiioup i, ;..- m a noi --■
Uience c«_.i 85 chaius, ihence notUi
4U cbains, thence cast uj cliains,
Uience suulh 10 ..— , ihence west
20  chains,   thi ith 56    chains,
tbenee west WO     to Lhe   point
of commencement,
:.    ert Hobson.
Dated November 1st, ltfO;.       33-6t
U rtwon, u(
..i   timber
, described
lanted    at
Lot   8111,
chains,
CRANBROOK
DISTRICT OF i
Tl
LA>
OL iil KAST
:nay
DISTRICT
KOO-
Take notice that
Bell, ol   Cranhi
tion, Veterinary Si
apply lor a     special
over the followu .
Commeocuig at a i-j^;
three chains north fi
west corn-.-r ol Lot I
thence south 23 <.:.-.. ,
the  northerl)
non's    pre-emption, th
ehains,    thence     	
Ihence west 66  	
90 chains, thence eas
\nence norui -'> chains
chahis,    more or
south-westerly   b -	
Crows Nest Pa
ray, thence sou .
aid right-of-way
that
Artimr   rharlM tenders will not be considered unless
Aiuuii    ( mines ma<|e on ^    ^tijxied   *Qm suppUed(
ami   signed   with their actual signa-
due norm oi :..
Lot 3694, G:,.
corauiencemerit.
Um.
Dated Octobei
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeagor, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to npply
for a special timher license over ilie
lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted
at the northeast corner of Timber
L cense 11356, thence west BO chains,
to L. Clapp's Timher License,
Ihence north 106 chains, thence east
in* chains, Ibence smith 106 chains to
place of beginning.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Daled October 23rd,  1907.       35-6t
Tale notice   that
Yeaeer, of  Movie, B. C, occupation,
Timber    Cruiser*   intends   to apply
fur a special timber
following described lands: ,   .
Commencing     at a   post    planted f" tttcce,)r1„ Mll-,    fh     r. .      ,
320   chains north   oC the   north-east  !«?kl.?^vWi!eJ«JS.°i?"    °f
of Timber License 9766, thence
ic.-iise over tin*      ^ ^^ mugt ^ ^^p^^ by
cheque on a chartered
orth 80 cliains, thence west 80
cbains, thence south 80 chains, tlience
Hist 80 cliains lo point of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
paled October 32nd,  1907.        35-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
the Honorable the Minister ol Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.j
uf the amount ol the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter inlo a contract
wlien called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
foi. lf the tender be not accepted
the cheque will be returned.
I The Department docs not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
I By order,
I Fred Gellnas,
Secretary.
MIMMMMMMMHIM
•MMMMMIMMMttM
•	
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date, I, Mabel V. Landeck,
wile of II. F. Landeck, inlend to
make application to the lion, the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for one special license to cut
and carry away timber from lhc following descrihed land:
Commencing at n post about 8
miles west of the Kootenay River,
ulong the International Boundary,
marked Mabel     V. Laudeck's soutb-
CRANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Tako not ice tha t A11 Imi' (-ha lies
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
(ur a special timber license uvcr the
fuliowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
80 chains north of the north-east
corner of Timber License No. 9766;
thence norlh 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence smith so chains,
tbenee east 80 chains lo point of
lomnieiicenn nt.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd,  1907.       35-01
Take notice  that    Arthur   Charles
Yeager, of  Movie, B. C, occupation, Department of Public Works
Timber     Cruiser,    intends    to apply Ottawa, November 2, 1907.
for a special timber   license over iie ,   Newspapers    will not be paid    for
following described lands: this advertisement if they insert    it
Commencing     at a    post    planted  without authority     from the depart-
chains west and 120 chains north Dieui
of the north-west    corner of   Timber   	
License 9033, thence north 80 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, thence south
su chains, thence west 80 chains to
place ni commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907.       85-flt
34-21
TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice thnt Arthur Charles
Yenger, of Moyie, H. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at tbe north-west corner of Timber
License 9033, thence west 75 chains,
thenco south 85 chains, theuce east
75 chains, thence north 85 chains to
point of commencement.
I Arthur Charles Yoager.
1   Dated October 22ml. 11107.
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
fur a special timber license over the
fuliowing described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
-10** chains north of the north-east
comer of Timber License No. 9766,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
81) chains, thence south 80 chains,
ihence east 80 chains to point of
cummeucement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907.       35-6t
Know All Men By These Present!*
that 1, Nils Peter Molander, of the
City of CraubiuuiJ, in the Province ot
Britisli Columbia, Hotel Keeper, du
hereby assign, transfer and set over
unto Uust Aiidcen, of the same place,
hotel keeper, al! my right, title and
interest in and to that certain retail liquor license issued in my favor
on the 14th day of June, A. D.,
1907, lo retail spirituous liquors in
the Queen's hotel, at said City of
Cranbrook, in consideration of lhe
sum ol one dollar (the receipt whereof is hereby by me acknowledged.)
Dated at   Cranhrook,     U. C, this
11th day of October, 1907.
Witness:
,   Clarence Darling.     N. P. Molander
32-31
LAND NOTICE
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Notice Is hereby given that I, Harry
Hamilton McVittie, of Cranbrook,
B. (.'., occupation. General Agent;
agent for Victor Albert Rollins, ol
Cranbrook, B.   C, occupation, Hotel
  Keeper, intend   to apply for permis-
Tako notice  that    Arthur   Charles sion to    purchase    six   hundred and
Yea-gcr, of  Moyie, B. C, occupation, forty acres of land bounded as    fol-
TimhtT     Cruiser,    intends    to apply lows:
83-flt  f"r a special timber   license over the     Commencing at a post planted
following descrihed lands: the west boundary of Lot 339, O.
~     Commencing     at a   post    planted  East Kootenay,   eighty chains south
I'lllCT     -I2U   chains   north of   the north-west of the northwest comer of said Lot;
corner of Timber License 9766, thence   hence   norlh    eighty ehains, tlience
KOOTKNAY north 80   chains,   Ihence    west    80  west eighty    chains,    thence    south
—- chains, theuce south 80 chains, thence   ighty   chains,    thence    east eighty
Take notice,  that    Arthur   Charles east HO ehains   to point ofcommence- chains to place of commencement.
Yeager, of  Moyie, B. O., occupation,  ment. 1      Victor Albert Rollins,
Timber    Cruiser,   intends   to npply Arthur Charles Yeager. Harry Hamilton McVittie, Agent.
lor a special timber   license over the     Dated October 23rd, 1007.       35-61 ■   Dated October 31, 1907. 31-0t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DI
DISTRICT OI-
to 1
Iliam Sherwood .
ii. C, occupa-
eon, intends to
iber license
>cribed lands:
st pun led about
i; )m ihe north-
3694, Uroup 1,
more or less,
.. it -: J. Sban-
wtst 20
cnaius,
nee north
chains,
nee east
1 to the
of tha
f right-ot-
iteriy along the
chains, more or
.. I'juuiidary
1 it corner of
the point of
Ml Beli.
32-6t
D  DISTRICT
OOTENAY
CRANBROOK  L.
DISTRICT OF
Take nolice tha
Lumber Company
tion, Lumber Ma
to apply lor a spe
over the following
Commencing <.: *
he south-west cornei ol 'limber License No. 8923, then e running west
so cbains, thci.ee north t,o chains,
thence east au chains, thence south 80
chains to the place t-i commencement
and containing ^'** acres, moie ot
leas.
Ross-Saskatoon     Lumber   Company,
Limited.
Dated October 7th, 1007. 32-«t
t   Ross-Saskatoon
.  Limited, o-xupa-
irers, intend
rial timber license
described lauds;
lanted    at
■   'im
v
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Landa
within the   Railway bull In   British
Columbia, may be    esteaded    by
^ny person who is tbe sole bead ol a
family, or any male ovei 18 yean of
age, to the extent oi one-fluatttf
section of 160 acre , un re ur less.
Entry um^t be made personally at
the local land office lot tne district
in which the land Is situat*.
The bomesteadei ls 1 quired to perform the conditions connected ther*
witb under oue ui lbe following
plans:
(1) At least .iis mui.lbs' residence
upon and cultivation oi tue laud i%
each year for three years.
(2) lf the father (or mother, If
the father is deceased), ol tbe homesteader resides upon a farm in tha
vicinity of tbe land entered for, Uw
requirements as to resilience may ba
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) It the settler has bis permanent residence upon farming land
owned by bim in the vicinity ot Ul
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied by residence upon the Bald laud.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given to ll.e Commissioner
ul Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply lor patent.
Coal lands may bo purchased at
S10 per acre lur eoft coal and (20
for anthracite. Not more than 820
acres can be acquired liy ona individual or company. Royalty at tha
rate of ten cents per tun of 2,000
pounds shall be collected on Um
grown output,
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Uinistei ol tlw Intartaft THE CKANIUtOOK.   11 KHALI)
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Sole Agents for the
H. S. Peters
"BROTHERHOOD OVERALS "
fi The House of Fashion flp
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-*t '/* /^ . Y/vS '£.
Wi   Y^'
Has always been recognized for
its clothes dependence and as an
authority on correct dress.
We believe that every man
when making a Clothing purchase wants the best obtainable for his money. It is our purpose
to faithfully observe and perform our every claim. With this
resolve always guiding our actions, we conscientiously place before
you
The Highest Achievements in Clothes-craft
attained up to the present day. And wc do again make the statement that our Ready-for-Service Garments stand far above all others
in perfection of tailoring and in elegance of dress.
Comparison is the fairest test to you—to ourselves.
And we heartily invite it.
THE
Newest Creations
IN
Furnishings
FOR
Fall and Winter
We have also a complete line of FANCY VESTS for Fall and
Winter Wear in all designs, colorings and sizes, and everything in
the Furnishings line that you could desire.
We Are Overstocked in Sweaters
and must cut our line down, so we are offering for the next few days
our complete range at reduced prices. The prices range from $1.50
to $4.00.
We are also putting on a few lines of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.
Some of these are odd sizes, but we have a large stock and must
reduce it, so we will give you the benefit of some real good bargains.
Call and see what we are showing and see our prices.
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT FOR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
PIPE SMOKINO IS  POPULAR
nowadays,    Mon arc   learning    that
there's a henp of comfort in
A   ...1.11)   PIPE
li... ii isn't everybody knows how
i. select a Boo.i one. I.e.. us help
ynu in Unit direction. We have pipes
... nil kiiuls li.im the modest corn
cob to llu. ornamental meerschaum.
Como and Bet une ami try it. Oct
tin. tobacco lor it here, too, Wc can
Rive ynu some good lips on smoking
tobacco.
S. J.  MIGHTON
TOBACCONIST
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LOCAL NOTES
.*.»«..
FlUKKt) UP ABOUT TIIK CITY B»
ASK INO QUESTIONS 0.'
MANY PEOPLE.
Curlers slmcs at Fink Mercantile
company.
James Frnscr, nf Windermere, is a
nuest ut the Cosmopolitan.
Chns. ti. Ilodgern, nf Creston, came
il. from the wesi today.
Aie.. I.. McDormot visited Moyie
nn liusiiiess today.
Mr. Rankin, nf Marysville, is iu
Cranbrook today.
The Argonaul cluh nre holding their
regular semi-monthly iiui.ee tonight
in the opera house.
I. II. Willson, the C. P. It. agent,
.nui one nf tlie lies., Inn, has returned from his visit to the coast.
II. II. Short, S. .1. Might.™ am!
■ I. II. McUridc have returned from
Vancouver, where Ihey nttended the
Conservative convention.
■ Inhn Mne, district passenger ngent
nl the ('. 1'. II., with headquarter., nt
Ni'Isnii. is in Cranhrook nn eompnny
business.
s. .1. Mighlon's iiiiiniiil prize pipe
drawing eompetitlon will open nexl
week. This is one nf the hig events
nf the season, as everybody is interested iu it.
s. .1. Mighton's annual prize pipe
drawing competition will open next
week. This is one ol the hig events
"f the season, as everyhndv is interested in it.
Among those wlm nil ended, tl.e hospital hall fiuiu Moylo were Mr. and
Mrs. K. 1). Stinson, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Slcwai-t, Mr. and Mrs. Patrequin,
Mr. an.l Airs. C. A. Foote, Miss
Hotkey, Harold Chapman, H. . .1.
Lanes, M. Torpv, E. S. Hutt, V. .1.
Smyth, Miss Dully, Mrs. Lucas, Oscar Jnsteil, .1. flrnnt and G. A.
Kencnti.
Thomas l.uibleton, of Rossland,
grand master of the I. .1. O. K. lodge
nf the province, arrived in the citv
this afternoon on the train from
the cast, having made an official
visit to the Kernie lodge last evening, and met will, the Odd Fellows
nnd the Iiehckahs (his evening nt
Fraternity hall. Mr. Embleton is
one of tl.e best known Odd Fellows
in the province and is a man who i.s
favorably known wherever he has
been. For a number ol years he bas
heen in the grocery business in Itnss-
lanil, having recently sold out, but
no man stands higher in his own
town than Mr. Embleton. The
writer has bad the pleasure ot knowing him for the pnst six years and is
only tnn pleased to claim the privilege of being one of his personal
friends.
"Steve" Clnnccy, of the firm nf
Oorman, Clancey & Orindley, ol Edmonton, and Calgary, was in the
eily a few days this week and it kept
liim busy shaking hands with bis
nrniy nf friends. Mr. Clancev was
formerly a resident ot this city and
all whn know him arc I.is Iriends. He
is now engaged in business and is n
member of one of the lending supplv
f.rms ,,f Western Canada, a firm Ihal
can sell almost everything from a
steel rail In mi engine, from brick to
plate glass, from telephone supplies
In derricks, and the Herald is pleased lo know that "Steve" is making
good in bis line of business. The
lino has a high standing in the west
nnil is doing a hig liusiiiess with the
lumber trade nf Ihis section nl tl.e
country.
Tl.e hospital hall which was held
Monday evening nt the new opern
I101180 wns a great success, both In a
social sense nn.l linancinlly. There
were a large number present, ns
many in fact as the hall could eoni-
fnriiilily accommodate, nnd evaryono
luui ii ...nst. enjoyable time. The
.....sic was pleasing in tl.e extreme,
the refreshments were most, itecept-
iihlc m.d the management wns ul
Iiuil could he desired. It is gratify-
ing   tn know thnt, the    net rcrclpls
were over $100, and the m< y will
go to tho hospital to assist in ll
many needed Improvements thnt nre
being made. Mrs. .1. Kennedy and
Mrs. .1. T. Mangnn, hnil charge ol the
ulTiilr, uml surely they did great
work, and were nbly assisted by
nlhcrs who wanted to see the .lance
a success. It will he tl.e dntv ot
others next year to take up ' the
work ot this annual dance lor ll.c
hospital, its it is too much to ns'
from the sume people more tlmn one
year.
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♦ "STEWART'S":
Tin Lending fruit Store
CHOICE TABLE BUTTER
HI). Bricks »5f. Ih.
141b. Boxes flic.....
28 lb.   "     33c. lb.
STEWART'S KIM! I'I|OI.'OI.ATKH
HUGH STEWART
Phone 7f» Armstrong Ave,
**********************
Railway Equipment
New and Relaying Rails of All Kinds
Shay Geared Locomotives
Hesler Geared Locomotives
Logging Cars and Trucks
When in the market lor nny of the above
material, kindly forward us particulars and we
will be pleased to quote you our best prices.
SPECIAL   ATTENTION   (ilVEN   TO
MILL SUPPLIES
GORMAN, CLANCEY & GRINDLEY
J jo IN.nth Aw. West
CALGARY - - ALTA.
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Ymflo Phntnc Sitnowfory°"r
AlllttO rilUlUb Xmas Photos at
BI N N I NQ'S]
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HORSES
FOR   SALE
W. H. Hotham, of Maple Creek,
Sask., will have a carload of
DRAFT HORSES for sale at
Handley's Livery on   and after
Wed., Nov. 27th, 1907
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FISHING TACKLE    Thai Will Calch Fish    FISHING TACKLE ',',
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRED ROO, Proprietor.
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 ol Fishing Tackle suitable
lor 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.
1MIOXI. fii
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DEZALL BROTHERS   j
BLACKSMITHS AMI .VOOH.VOHKBIIH I
upilrs iiIwiivh in stin'l..    Machines fm- pulling nn  Boggy    J
luyu lo It......
Itulilitir Tyres, with Tyres nlwnys no linnil
WAGONS, OA URIAH US am.  IMI'LI'.IENTS t
"™ I'.... BOX III
r
B. C. Livery and Feed Stables   I
fii.itit l.rkiioi.'c   iit.iv. .,.., in,  ,,,,, .
.'I.on..: tn.
(1..III1 IIOUSIOS ALWAYS TO IIU MAII 4
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook. b. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tlie Manitoba 1h reiitmlly located and Ihih ono of tho tout iliiiliigrooiiiH
in the city.   The liar is supplied with the tout of Mquora nml Ci|*ar*i

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