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turn out the best class
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VOLUME  14
CitANIlKOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THUKSoAY, AUG-USTS, il 1913
NO. 21
Deputy Minister Scott
Joins the Boosters
Seocotary R. ll. Benedict., if tho
hoard of trade, lias received lho fol-
lowing self-explanatory nml entirely
satisfactory communication from do-
puty minlstei ol agriculture, W, E
Seott:
Bear Sir: Oti my return to tho office today, I received your favor ol
tin* 21st Inst, I think ihnl your
hoard ol trade is doing u vory wise
thing in getting out un Iffuatrafed
pamphlet lolntlng to Ensl Koolonny
I wns extremely   taken wilh >	
district, mnl the great possibilities
which It tins from nu agricultural ami
fruit growing piim of viow; especially does ii appear lo mo to in-
adapted for dairying and mixed fawn-
Ingj uml t hovo no hesitation In saying that fruil can Ira grown successfully, providing greal caro Is exercised In the selection of the hardier
varieties,
Prom what I saw, you have greal
possibilities in small fruil growing.
On the completion of tin* Kcotcnay
Cent nil railway, from Oolden to
Cranbrook, you will have very speedy
transportation to the northwest
provinces, mid a go* it market for all
you can produce in tin* way of small
fruits.
I should very much have liked In
go with tin* members of your hoard
of trade lo see the surrounding country on the day which I left Cranhrook. We took a run down St.
Mary's Prairie mid 1 was very much
struck with the enormous quantity
of practically clear, good agricultural
land contained therein. I will al a
later date write you more fully on
my impressions concerning the Cranhrook dlatrirt. I consider that a
great deal has been very unjustly
stated abouc the fruit growing pos-
t ihi lilies nf Cranhrook and the neighborhood.
With reference to cuts for youi
pamphlet, I have no doubt hut thai
ymi could secure ■ these if you write
to Mr. K. I. Clark, secretary of the
Bureau of Information, specifying exactly what you want.
Tin* Agricultural Bulletin Is compiled by the Bureau of Information,
and they have the culs.
Permit me lo express tt you my
appreciation of the kindness nnd
courtesy which I experienced at thf
hands of yourself ami tin* momben
of the hoard of trade, and to wish
every success ami prospciity to
Cranhroak and district,
Yours very truly,
Wm. E. Scott,
Deputy Minister,
Victoria, -luly 36th, oil
A SURE ROAD TO A HAPPY
OLD AGE
This describes In a few words the
< 'aumliaii gOI eminent mount i -->
scheme. That thi*. ''sure road" Is
available to .ill mddenti ol Canada
who ai** ovei Ave years ol ago Irrespective of sex, health, age • r world
h posit ion, is worthy of considers
tion. parents may begin tin- i ui
ih.isc td annuities foi theit children.
or children, who have prospi red,
ma*, iiml in this scheme n safe wa]
to provhle an Income foi fathers ami
 then  who   have nol been so lot
itinale in lilt* as tint On tbi
haul, people who hive a limited in
limn* i*au Increase ihat sum sub
nt ont tolly by the Iransfei ot tbeii
capital to ihe government for tbe
purchase of an nnnultj
Pull particulars maj be obtain i
roncenring this scheme by addressing
th,- Superlntcmlonl ot Canadian 0o*i
eminent  Al Itlee, Ottawa    I'osiam*
free
LAURIER AND LARGER MARKETS
Parliament Dissolved,--Elections to take Place Seven Weeks From To-day
Obstructive Tactics of Opposition Result in Immediate Appeal to Country on Reciprocity
Question Without Redistribution
Parliament was dissolved lasl Hn
I ii Ida y.
Tin* general cleoth ns take place
on Thursday, Sei'lcmbcr 21st.
Dissolution ruine rather suddenly,
hut in view of the plain intimation
given the Tory opposition by Sir
Wilfrid I.aurier, thai he would not
tolerate    peisislalice   in     obstructive
tatties, no other outcome was    possible.
It is generally agreed that the two
mouths' campaign before the country
will he hitler. Reciprocity probably
will lie Ihe sole issue, although llu*
Conservatives in Quebec may seek lo
Inject the naval Issue Into the eon
test. The anti-annexation cry al
ready has been raised by the Conservatives iu all parts of the country.
Sir Wilfrid I.aurier and his ministers will lake the stump and conduct plat fi 1 iu caiu'wigus in all the
provinces, The prime minister will
confine his attention to the central
provinces and Quelicc, while Minister
of Finance Fielding, who lielpcd to
draft the reclprocltj agreement, will
ilevolo his attention 1o tin* Maritime
Provinces, For the opposition Robert
I.. Borden, their leader, will give
nn is i. of his time to Ontario and
Suva Scotia. '
The parliament 'just -dissolved had a
membership <f 123 Liberals, 8.1 Conservatives ami tht.e Independents,
giving lhe governmeni n working
majority of more than forty. Tin* absence   of a    closure rule,    however,
nl ruction thereto. To continue endeavoring lo llo iHIMlH'ss UN.I I SII. li
conditions was i lr.il Iv   iiscl.s .
The facts ot tin* session ilearly demonstrate llie need <>l llu- people's
verdict on rucIi an attempt at mln-
orllj rule, and the need of some sys-
n*m of closure to shirt off widely-
prolonged and listless debate. That
this lal tt r measure will come with
the lust session of ilu* new pari lament is certain. It will he made a
minor issue of the campaign, anil the
mandate of tlie people will lie asked
for it by the govcrnimnt.
As lo ihe result of the coming
election, ii may h.* slated wiih post
tiveiiess ihal Sir Wilfrid I.aurier ami
his follower:, never wenl inio mi)
contest with greater confidence of
victory or with greater enthusiasm
for the issue they statu! for. Nol a
single doiiht as to the oil Iconic is
heard from tin* Libera) ranks.
liven Conservative memht-rs pri *-
olely admit tlrai thev d i not i. I.i
the party has much eh: ntv of ,i
lory in llie coming contest, although
they coiim on considerably reducing
the government's majority. Puhlitiy,
of course, for tactical reasons, they
profess con Dili nee Ihal ihc outcome
will he the defeat of tie government.
Mr. Borden pnd/a*' Ij uir.ee iiy believes ihat be will win. hut older
politic.il heads among his followers
do not shaie in his tost dream, ami
already arc iHscussing what will hap
THE GREAT IONIION CIRCUS
DIFFERS FROM OTHER SHOWS
There aw man) way> In which tbe
(treat London Conaoltdaln] Btoowi
tiidci   front otttei   circuses   and   t
Unit  to ihis monstei     tented enter-
piise    wbfl)  H    comes   to   Ci.iiihro.il.
August iiiii, will cause people who
have iwi'ti complaining Uml all    the
shows   welt* alike to qualify        'his
statement hy adding "excepting  ihc
London show."
Tho union of iwo large circuses re-
setnbles otlier   lenlcd   Ofltcfptlscs in
iistiiucb us the performance Is* given
under a tent. When it cotnes lo the
circus acts themselves it diflers widely from Other institutions which are
heralded ns "great" shows
Tlie menagerie is more than twice
as lurge as thai carried by other rir-
ciises. The onlv mnndrlll fn captivity is in this department, The
only hybrid llon-llger, with the
linn's stripes ou the tiger's skin, is
another rnre feature.
A grand street parade is glvin iu
every city visited. And tlu* turn-out
of the Dublin International Prize
Winning Champions is the highest
feature offered wllh any circim of
tbc pre wilt day.
im:. king por kooten \y
Who will hi* the Liberal cainlfdnte
in the Koolenay riding? is naluially
ilie question of Ihc moment.
Thr Herald has no authority lo
male any definite amioiinccmenl in
ihis regard, hui il is nl liberty io
make a prediction, nnd it unhesitatingly declares thai in view of all
the circumstances, tbe Ijcsi candidate
lhe Liberals of lhe great tiding of
Kootenay can place iu the field is Dr.
■ I. II. King, oi (his city. II must In*
UR. .1. II. KINO,
e rumen I    will  have a    majority   ol
twenty.
With Ibis neat advantage in band
(he government musl face the results of the voting in Ontario and
Quebec, In 1008 those iwo provinces
dec-ted 00 Liberals and 01 Corner va--
ives—a Liberal majority ol -*'1
Since 1008 tin- government bas lost
two scats-one In Ontario to ibe
Conservatives and one in (juobec lo
the Natfonnllsts-antl ll now has a
majority of 35 over all opponents
The problem befi re the Conservatives
is  therefore plain.    To have even  till'
lure:.!     majority in   lla- next pnrlla-
liameiii    Ib'ey     musl  wlpi t      llie
Ontario (Jui-bcc majoiitj • t -'■'< an I i
place ii  with a   Conservative major
t> oi   equal si/e. The pn position Is
a form bin hie one.
If the   Conservative , ai ly in Que
bee and Ontario    v *rr itomogriteous,
unit-ill in policy ml sh ngl) led, II
chances for success would lie Incrcfls
'.I,       MM ii is   not i.on.s thai    hi
Ihc province of </' elite llu Con t'rva
live parly is in ruins. Ms hcarl    la-
been eaten oui by  tbc growth of th
Nationalist pany  (if the II Coosci
vat Ives members    elect, l fm (.ie hei
in 1008 live have sec. del   from    the
parly and arc now Nat-ionallstR,   The
situation   has not developed In Que
bee. hui    circumstances  ster.cst that
Ihc  Conservatives will abandon    tbc
rural seals t.   the Nationalists,    re
icrvtlng iheir strength for tlie twelve
or fifteen scats in which Iherc is   an
borne iu mind thai 'he campaign
is practically already underway, thai
there is very little time in which tn
canvass this vast district, const
qucfltly ii behooves (he Literal part)
to place in the field, as its standard
bearer, a man already well Inown
to tbe greal bulk of the electors. ,i
man, who bj his past record of set
Mies rendered lias ihc confidence an
esteem of the masses * f (he people.
Throughout the vast Kootenay dis
trie! no man's name eau be men
lioned, who can llll the -bill in these
respects as does Dr, .1. II. King.
Arrangements are now under wa;.
(or tlie nominating coavrnl'on, which,
in all likelihood, will he held in this
city in Ihe cour»e of lho mxt iwo
weeks, uml the lit raid males toll
to predict thai Dr. -I. II. King will
he tne unanimous choice of that con
ventlt ii.
RT. HON. SIR WILFRID LAURIER
Leader of the Fight for Ihe Common People
made it    impossible f,.r   • |„* majoiit*.
I., fi nr a vote against .distinction
Premier Lamicr last Monday week
warned ihe opposition that tt the)
continued lo prevent a vote on redp
lotilv he would result to an appeal
to tin* electorate,
For the holding if un election the
government has ample juaUficatlcn,
Parllamenl had been in asttlon*since
November IS, over eight months, am)
only abOUl half tin* government business for ihe session had been put
through. An analysis nt I laniard
shows ihat of tne total time Consumed only aboul one-third bns itecu
devoted to the actual passing af
legislation. Another third, or over
two months iu the aggregate, has
Ini'ii consumed in (lie discussion td
opposition iimendnieitls of one kind
or Another, nil practically obstructive of tlie real business of the
house. The    remaining third nf    the
. talk, us spread out on Hansard, bus
been taken up with tlie government's
efiorls to pass reeiproeity and to gel
I supply and   with llie   opposition tb
pen when lie copies hack afli-r fcUffcr
ng another defeat His personal desire (o leave ihe sioim and stress id
politics, (or which he has little real
Inclination, will probabl) he gratified,
imbed, it is confidently asserted by
Nova Scotia Liberals thai Mr. Borden; with iln- junior member for
Halifax, Mi Crosby, will be badly
beaten there. ihe recent provincial
elections an* one Indication id that.
As to the result hy provinces,
while of course pre-elect ion prognostications nre always uncertain, ii
may he slated ihat the oldest and
most astute politicians nt Ottawa
look for comparatively few changes
in the   net     results,   outside af the
pruhic provinces. There the Liberals to. k for a clean sweep in Alberto
And Saskatchewan, with at least u
gain of two seats in Manitoba. The
other provinces nre expected to remain about as Ihey now are, tin*
vote running, Liberal ami Conservative, ahum Hie lines of lb.* election
af 1008, wilh cub side making a tew
gains,   depending largely ou the per
sonal   popularitj
As far as all repol
tawa Indicate, He i
Liberal slump   on
the reclprocllj is
fact, are    llie Otis I
nm* hears more <
I'onseivalive memb.
reclprocft) cohsfitw
-atcitraiils   amip f,
•is.
The government i
new parllamenl to
or iliti-e weeks nft<
short session will l
ciproclty as thi' Oi
liess,  and  thi- a   i l
ratified   1*1   tin
irnimnt
Hi.
•an.liitat.-s.
s received at Ot-
la certainly   no
n any district < n
Advices,    in
vv.v.  round, and
il die   tto.l.'is  of
is with f.eir pro
nis (ban of re
ibe   Liberal   vol
Litis  to call     ll. '
liter within iwo
i tie eleclt n. A
e held, wilb    i,*
t old. r of Iliad-
meiit  should      hi*
Christmas    nd-
probahilitii    an that,
I Quebec will md differ
j cs arc c led up, tb.
i what
■ ■,   vol
, :   ill     fn
■
. now.
Now as lo Ontario
Il is   urged that     political
tions    have   great 1)     c ai   ■ I sinci
ism in   Ontario—thai    the man I n
luring Interesti.    w   ■ much
more powerful than lis j   were t «vn
tv   years ago,    will   .1 llvi r a solid
vote      oui   of    then estubli
against reclprocllj      This may     bc
imitc 11tie. bui its politli al effeet
si,inewh.it      ills . ■■    ta   I
that   tli ul       roporli ti ..f     the
ImltiHtrial (•stabllshun nl    an    ■ as ■■■■■.
in   con itlluerieii liirh In
Cottsei vail e.  Lil erall it Onta.iu
lias novo had nni  ri*al    *
lhe cit'U*—It ■    i       ■I'-
ii achieves bj  tin suppui I  l* -■' ■ ■■
the township■      If
slrcngtlteneil .....
iii,' farmers, the I irbai
en l res uni
ults     nol  far   r moved from
., ■■   , • to ■  ■
Ontario ll is  i
r> uuly hop stives
■■ tin . i .it. swi   i that j
a)  deslroj   tlie    tpverm
jorlty or so     luce il
ii ,-.u\     !;■ v      " 111;■ al adjui
Irom   whi' b roul I  tland io
tain; bui If    tin t   do bettr
limn     'hey    have    di
iini ■ 1875, thej arc flgbtlisg ..     dog
battle. It Is quite    clear 1    I   ■ ' •
Wiih   dissolution  nn necnmplishetl
fact   ii,     .    '..■ ■ livd for  the grticral
elections, wtUiin     von   weeka,    the
political pii.pini oi htisv predicting
the i titcotm- Conservatives confidently claim an ■-., .\ vidoiv for Hon.
It. I.. Borden, whilst Liberals, with
equal conOdence, ibrlare that Laurler
and reclprocllj will sweep Uie
country, it is timely, however, to
lake a dlspaaslonnle view of the situation.
In 1008 the west elected elgbleen
Liberals and seventeen Conservatives
—a Liberal majority of one, The reasonable probability is that the Lib
crals will do bet t.i Oils time in tin-
west—hy two or three seals at
least, in the Maritime Provinces, in
iihik the Liberals elected 2ii members ami the Conservatives 0—a Liberal majority of 17 This was identical wilb the reoulta iu IWM though
there wen* changes m ihe constituencies, Reclprocltj is cronitod with
making a parlitulai appeal to certain
very inlliiciieial scrtions of the Maritime electorate, Tbere is nothing io
Indicate that there will Ik* anj slump
in Liberal strength 'here There ore
good grounds foi ihe estimate that
taking the far we.tern and the lai
eastern   provinces together, the gov-
R. L. BORDEN
Leader of the Tory Obstructionists
Knglish vote Nothing short of fl
vote al Uie polls will dei.,on it rate
the strength of Nationalism In rural
Quebec Conservatives expeel ihr Nationalist! to make heavy Inroads
upon the Liberals, If they do there
will be rjeceed a group, nol ol Conservatives, but of Nationalists—n
party wiih a distinct policy ol Its
: own which could not co-operate with
the Conservatives without wholesale
repudiation of the principles lot
Which il is supposed to stand. 01
straight Conservatives Ihero will bc
fewer in the nexl house from Quebec
I than in llie present oiie_aml there
• will Ih*, iu addition, a group of Nn
th nglises. How numerous tliey will
be remains lo be seen, u<*siiits in
previous elections would funtify a
heavy reduction tu the estimates of
lhe anti-Liiurier strength. Sir Wil
fritl I.aurier, light ing what will
doubtless lie his lasi fight, Is not
likely lo bo abandoned to his com.
try men, particularly in view of ihc
reported popularity ot reciprocity
with the hay-giowing habitants. The
Start Made on Banff-
Windermere Motor
Road
NEW ROUTE BV W W OF EARL
GREY PASS AND Tol.\
CREEK ABOI T COM-
PLETED.
(Special eoi respondent e)
Wilmer, I) V , .lul) 31 -Tlie actual
work on the preliminary Biirvej "f
Llie Mi famed Banfl to Wlndi rniere
automobile roarl ai ions tiro Hock)
Mountain range, bj way of Slnclah
I'ass, '.v*. ■   ■ ek     by
the   ilespatr h    ul    a      ,v\    pal Ly,
which i-  *..'..    :       llidri      the t'.'ii.l
ami id Mi ll .1 ll ': !. C K . oo«
id tbc well Kl,, wn cngtneer*t ol the
province, Phis road will leave ihe
in miles
to tia- north ol here, tin n brancti
as| an ; ■ i ii ■ ■ the Sln-
Eaii  i'.. ■  range  of
lhe lit* kv  m.       . | ito   ibe
i 'rossing this valid agu memvs to
climb anolliei range ot uioimtains,
by tbe time it n at lies top ol
which it will haw attained an < lova
. * ■ mlarj between
ihe plow.-. \ ■ ■ Ih itittl llritlfdi
■'iilunihia Massing on Irom theie it
..itiv one i»l ihe road Nation*
il !'.,■ i   mnl              in a      It.sr f..r
"ball     SI*   ■ ll      i     . lllfl
main m ad ai  flat Ltw ter>
■ *tit| roads
leading "i. to I nlgarj and from
thenre on • plains
to Winnipeg ai il t1 aulomobillng
world al lai tain 'st?c-
tb ii it is hoped h ill k readj      lot
,..' c at a pel than ihe
p latest
met ion   with this and    tho
■■ .1   .:   ■!        P| IfS Of
I h rough-
there  is
- ■    being toad
whi'-h   leads   ■■ Uf.s   polnl
j  w.i-. ■•[   Eari Ore) Pass up    the
Tobj i rwa and ..■ re timmH ol
■   - uuntait       * Vrgenta
.  Ko     ■... ■   lake     It
■ ■■ work "i, 1 ins
before   lhe
II BCar*
r  little s iw     renal Bj     passing
". ill      b.1
. lib 11k' C.P.R.
i n the
■  tion tc
Ball ind t tal e wnmee*
tioi.    with tbe   trunk r.....;   leading
■ [»i •    ihe Pacific
... •
.
An automobile par'-  i ■ •  Istfng   ol
- .        \l..p.   and I't   Qlb-
to, all of Calgarj   arrived in    Win-
•rmere from     thai   citj lasl e en-
m I zed
Ince
i . ■
||     '   • Irl*
l ::,.!' , and il'y i on
. \t:
wav
'   Hactn ("rai brook
.. . Ihe
! bod) Is going lo Ik    idlj dl sppoinl
led with ihe results in Ontario.  The
; Liberal profet s    the   utmost i onAd
ence ihat ibej ran hold thrii own
land probably do better* while      Us
Conservatives look for heavy gains
j it is to ti.* borne In mind Utal the
| rural electorate 11  Ontario is preHj
'much  vvha!   it   was in  1801   when    Iln*
Liberals by  advocating i^prodtyv—
' without any assurance that thej
could get it—almost captund the
province.     There is nothing in    the
! bisti ry of  Ontario   to siipporl     tin*
' theory thai Uw Liberals will lie wiped oil lho face ol the earth in the
coming erections.
I This general survey ol tbc situation
shows   Uw  magnitude of  lhe    task
'which ihc Conservatives will assume
la      forcing  a    dlSW LutlOfl at      ibis
moment They Itavc been encouragpd
I to take this   chance bj eortatn  i li
piunstances   which  they regard    as
favorable. Tho party wilt bo battel
[organired than in previous eonteals;
il will Ih> amply supplied wilb cam
1 (Continued on page Iwo )
PUKCBiSlNfi DEIMi rOB
AN IRTERDICTED mm
T •i,.-. b ' Ma ' a ■ Ryan,
Chief oJ Pol oe    Don charged Frank
rl  ■
log  • •  I: li inter-
ivo   bol '1   .    Ill
•
M ■
■f   pun !.. I staled
■ •
had
,i-  \i i.ui bad
rrlrdge ol the f* I   and  did
!■■;     ,i | '■'     II litfli'l*       l.It
him.
The mi ; •■" al-
■
■   ■ ■ .
'.,-:     .   ■        ict, that la,
|1M  and in default of payment   Uie
iccused was 1 ■ ■■■
loi ie) period up lo nine mi Bths
with hard label N<* d ubl, Moran
*.va- Ignoranl nl lbs fai I thai Brura-
ni.nul was   undei    an Inl b H
this was i,.. exr use noi couW it relieve him ff ; U d pcnaltj laid down
by the act. It appeared lo him, he
continued, ihal it was tn oversight
in the act that this man Drummond, who knew will he was Interdicted and waa eqUallj ■■■■ 11 aware ol
the risk to which he exposed Moran
by asking him to procure tho llq	
for him. was liable to no punishment', whereas Mi.i..;., wi,. was innocent id all evil Intent, would by no
means cscapt a heavj fine oi Imprisonment if ie tailed i" pay. The
magistrate concluded by saying that
he hnd not the same power undel tlie
circumstances that the magistrate*
In Alberto bad. that is, to send the
Interdicted person to jail who Induce! an Innocent  poison t<> procure
drink (or him TUJB   OKANIJIIOOK  UIKKALD
Laurier and
Larger Markets
(Continued from page one)
palgn funds, and it will have ?ho
active support of powerful interests
which did not concern themselves in
polilli'S until re;lprociij excited tluii
appieheiisiiiiis. Hui there are countervailing-disadvantages, which tend lo
readJiiBl Lhe balance between tin
parties. The prospects arc tot a hard
flghl      with      ih Ids     ilisiint'ih
ngnliiHl  ihe Ci uservnlives.
PREMIER'S   VPPEAI, TO PEOPLE
Sn   Wilfrid   Laurler,  III  nt)  address
to   tho Canadian  people,  says:
Tn the Canadian people: Al all
limes, (luring the last toiij years, n
Ims been the constant effort of all
political parties in Canada lo make
with ilu* i niteh states an arrange
inent fat tbe fn-e exchange of natural
pnducts between ilu* two countries.
In 1851 Lord Elgin, on bcball ol
Canada and the Maritime Pro1, luces,
negotiated with th.- United Males a
I real j loi thai purpose, which lasted
iiniii IfttiO and winch, within the me
mory of man) .nil alive, was of
greal advantao*.  Ever since the lei
iiiin.it f   Hiai     treaty all public
men i.f anj prominence in Canada,
wlialevci Iheii illfTeri m cs on eothei
i|iiestious, have been unanimous In nn
ntlempl io again sei un* ihi-, free ex
rliuii"! ol natural products Nor Is
this lo In- wondered at, seeing thai
in ibe Industries nl agriculture, flsli
riles, lumbering and mining Canada
po   . ses nd vantages nol enjoyed   bj
itliv  ntln' mlrj   '.Mill, and Ihat
upon niail.ci . Bcciircil foi lhe pn,
duels of these Industries depends the
growth <*; oui mniiiiructuring and
eommen lal Interests, and Ih.- pros
peril j of all classes in tbc Dominion
\ir.l ibe Inl est oltempl of lhe Con
scryntlvc patty io thai end was Hindi
by sii  .jnhis Macdonald I sell, win.
dissolved imrliamenl In 1801, foi lhe
puipose ni aibmitling lo ibe elwtoi
an- of Canada ihe expediency of lu
approaching again the \mer1cnn an
Ihorltiea i"t a renewal ,,1 the treaty
of 1851.
In 1893 tin- intention to obtain re
cipiocitv   wiib lire United States   a
Boon as     possible   was made a\ pro
minent feature id Un* platform of ihe
Liberal pin iv upon which it attained
power iu lHHii.       After the presenl
government loi k ofllce it renewed  in
vain   ihis offer to lite I nited St.it ■*
bui meeting with no response we ilo
i hired that no lurther overlures    id
it.i. nature   v uld be made by ''an
adn     Within ihc Insi twelve months
the president     of lhe ' nltod state,
seal  to    Ottnvvn two commissioners
imiii Washington for the purpose   of
opening iiegotiatlims  leaking toward
the lowering ol      thi- tariff liarricrs
which have bllherlo sin. d in lb- v.av
of freer exchange of commodities between   Canada   and     United Stales
These   negotiation!- In .January   I ist
culminated in an   agreement between
the two governments by   which    the
duties ol each countries on such products     mlghl   be  lowered   nr  altogether     removed        This agreement
was strenuously resisted in the United States by     varlaus   Interests, on
llu* alleged ground thai It was all tc
tbe advantage of Canada, ami to I hi-
detriment of il liter country,    but
ilu- view tb.it n wns mutually advantageous to both countries finally
prevailed in Congress ami the agree
mini stands loilnj as an offer by Ihc
l idled Slates to Canada oi ihat
vciv measure of reclprocltj which.
foi more than huiy years, bas engag
id  the i-.ii ii.-.1  and constant efforts of
every lending citizen nnd statesman.
KORNAKINfl SIR JOHN. ...
The presenl Conservative party in
parllamenl seems absolutely io re
verse Ibe life-long policy of Ms greal
lenders in ibe pasl, declaring that it
will oppose to iln* bitter cud tbc
vi-rv pi liuiple enunciated by both
Sit atoliii Macdonald and Sir John
Thompson in    tbe last elect Inn    ml
iltess. .   until l       Which    each    of  these
stat smeii ever appeal, d to the Cairn
ihan p ■•>•'•■ Sot content to de-hale
this proposition upon ii s in.-nis lhe
Conservative parly in the house ol
commons bus adopted a system nl
ni -,1'n i il nml .. ■ ft'i ■! obslrtii lion lo
pre1' ui anj vi le I el .■ In rn In pai
liiiiii.i.l bv wlileli lhe oplnb li of youi
icpi.'scinaiiw'      Ihcre  couhl   be cx-
PERSIHTENT OBSTRI CTION
Bay after ilnj when the pre i llns
oil e i bas tried to pul lhe questloti
in- has liiiti mel by illlntory mo
i i«ui. In i irdless upecelies, by ob*
sn in itv. devices ol everj hind, eacl
pul forward on some specious pre
text, bui  ,u   r.-aliiy nothing      els
than an abuse of     the frecda i
speech in parliamentary debate Such
pretences arc simply a clumsy nt
tempt lo give some color to iinvvar
ranted ami undlgntHcd obstruction.
To overcome that obstruction, alter
n session which has already lasted
cighi months, would not only mean
a continuation of tlie unseemly spec-
tnelo presented by the opposition In
lho house of commons, since the resumption <f iis Hillings on tne 18th
Inst, bui would also mean weeks ami
months id wasted time alld perhaps
in the end lo close for this season to
the Canadian producer the free American market. In this condition of
things it has seemed to his excellency's advisers more In accordance |
withe u.c  dignity nt parliament and I
wilb the traditions of those llritish |
Institutions which all true Canadians
value so highly, and which the present opposition degrade with such a
llghl heart, ami with lho best interests ol the country as a whole, to
■emit the issue to the people themselves, so that the people themselves
may judge between the government
ti opposition nnd declare whether
Ihey have changed their mind, or
whether they are still in favor of
reciprocity in natural products, ami
whether thev will or will nol have
the American market for lite promising crop soon to be gathered in Canada The issue, my fellow countrymen, is iu your hands, and to your
decision his majesty's government cl
Canada are well content lo leave il,
li has been alleged by the opnoitbtcil
Mi.it this agreemenl if consummated
would weaken iln- imperial connect! in
wiih tin* nn iher country, and final 1 j
bring tin* nnnexlton of Canada io the
i nited States, li is Impossible lo
treat such an nrgiimeni wilb any
kind of respect. if, in.led, ll can In
illgnlfled with the name at argument,
li i il ii has anv meaning Its meaning is   that     lhe people nl     Canada
would be seduced from their allegiance by the prosperity to follow the
larger How ol natural products from
Ibis country to tho other. Indeed the
very reverse would bo the natural
conseipieoci*, fm ihe experience of all
nges abundancly justifies the oonlcu-
lion thai trade is ever (he most
potent agency of peace, amity and
nuliiiil respect between nations. Nor
3 tbnt all; this agreement, which In
io way impairs our fiscal policy,
which still maintains al the lop
mast the fecund principle of llritish
preference, this agreement by opeu'ng
dew avenues of trade bllherlo closed
would further improve the friendly
relations which now happily exist L*c
tweiii this countrj and the mother
country on Ihc one band, ami the
•wnctican republic on eho other hand,
nml which, il is hoped, may, nl no
distant day. eventually tend to even
■■ii,ii,. inio it general treaty ol nrbll
ration, the elteol of which would be
to remove li revpr all possibilities of
war between Ihe great empire ol
which we ate proud to hum ,i pill I,
and ibc greal nation, which wp nre
p li mil Io have as neighbors
CUWBURN
SORla^eiET.
Everybody now admits
Zam-Buk best for tV-sc.
Ut It, jrlvo YQ*,; cos.
Mid comfort.
Vn.fg.tti and .v/..,r, mtywhpi
Wonderful Opportunities
lor Fruit Growing
What Reciprocity Means
to the Canadian People
Reciprocity    has    now    passed at      Timber, hewn, sided or squared.
Washington.   Wlietlici ii becomes law I    Sawed hoards, planks, deals.
.a  imt     rests wiiii    (he     Canadian ;    I'nvlng   posts,    railroad lies    ni
i.uliamciil  ami     people,   ll  is worth I poles.
recalling   the    terms    of lhe agree i   Wooden slaves.
-neiii and    pointing out in a general      Pickets ami palings.
nty Its    meaning lo ,lhe two coiin- |   ■■■■„.    mining man   will lind bet I
les   iilTeetcd.     'Phi* bill is   a tariff   m\v f,,, |lis g |s |,y free access
iieiidini'iii,   divided into Lnrce sclic*    v,,.,n\ states murkels for....
inles, embodying a large free list on
natural products, and reduced duties
'ii food products and certain maim
.li lures.
Kor farmers there will be dlstlncl
id vantage in free access io ibe 1'nit-
•d Stales market for lite following,
imong other articles, upon which
luly is now levied:
Cattle.
Morses iiml mules.
Swine
Sheep ami lambs
Poultry.
Wheat.
Rye.
dais.
Harley.
Means
I'olaloel
Corn.
Onions.
Apples,
Pears.
Peaches.
drapes.
Mutter.
Cheese.
Fresh milk.
Fresh cream.
biggs.
Hay.
St raw.
Canadian fishermen vvtl-be reward-
I bj free access to eho United Stat-
i market for lhe following products
■f the rich   waters of tne Dominion:
Mackerel.
Herrings.
Halibut.
Salmon.
Cod.
Oysters. t
Lobsters.
Canadian lumbermen will gain by
(he free admission to the United
"•tales of the following standard pro
duds:
[•Vldspni
Mica.
Talc,
Sail.
Asbestos.
Consumers on both sides will thank
tin- negotiators if ibis agreement foi
reduced duties on many articles now
rearing varying taxes, and among
Ihem:
Meats fresh or refrigerated.
Bacon ami hams.
Reef ami pork, sailed.
Canned meals and poultry.
I.a id.
Tomatoes and other vegetables*.
Wheat  Hour and oatmeal.
Prepared cereal fowl,     '
Rron, middlings nnd olhci offals id
grain.
Macaroni ami vermicelli.
Rlsculta, wafers and cakes,
Canned fruits.
Agricultural Implements,
Cutlery.
Paving stones.
clocks and watches,
Canoes.
Motor vehicles.
Canada is now the third best customer of the United Stat,s. Under
reciprocity we will sell more <o tlie
United Slates of the things wc do
ii ii need and which the United Slates
does need; we will buy more of what
Ihey have lo sell and what WO vvani
to buy. Wc wil! continue to buy from
('real Britain the fabrics ami other
articles wilh which she can besi sup
ply us. Rut instead of free arcess
only to tbe British market for nn
turn! products wc will have also the
Increasing    demand   tf the     United
States.
I.aurier and llie larger markets is
the policy for Canada.
IMPRESSIONS OF THE
COLUMBIA VALLEY
Iii res'piiiisc to ,i ropiest from the
Herald a gentleman, who laid wee'*.
made a 1 lip by motor b twevn
Cranbrook ami Windermere, has given
ih the following Impressions of his
noting:
'Vou ask me for some impressions
j tup through ilu- Columbia
Valley  to Hidden.   I     gladlj  ac. ed,
nly regret I Ing I have not tlie futile   us Beats iu bis   motor car, vv
pen to enable me lo do justice to the
full enjoyment we f\'|icilcnccd iu the
unique valley, The valley, however,
bas bat! iis beauties already eloquently described by writers in glowing terms. I will give a few details
of our experience. A visit to British Columbia without .taking in the
Columbia Valley ami Wiitd.Tiiicic,
would parallel visiting Switzerland
without seeing, ibe valley ol tin*
Ktigndlnc and ihe Tyrol. Through
Hi* kindness ol a friend who offered
lift
THE ^MARVELOUS EDDYS
IN THREE OF THE MOST THRILLING.
DARING AND SENSATIONAL ACTS.
WITH HOWL'S OR RAT LONDON SHOW
Cranbrook, Kihi ay, August I lib.
Craubrook ai da) lirrak, passing
through ih • pit lurestpic settlement
at Wasa, with the Inhabitants still
iu "Simula r Deep*'—and niter a
splendid run of sis hoin i, breakfasted
in Windermere, aboul one hundred
miles north ■ f om starling point
lhe ■ .ii lllng -v 'i i ■ -I lhe lake
were the insi ti, ;.i,"i us mi coining
out iii tbe hotel pon-h, which showed
us also the parklike nnti i    lho
scenery till a roil tit I US      The lake has
in Lroul in iis   depths, iin tin* wnt
■i  Is though I  in be loo warm,    bui
bass should he tried, one o| the Rainiest   ol  (Isll   to  Bice!    With, \   shut I
moloi  mad brought ii-h io Alhnlmer,
a town on the rivet Here we find
some neai build in it i, and a bright
looking hotel is mmh iu evidence.
\o particular bIoi was made hero,
except lo indulge in a glass ol beer
nl ihe hotel, ant opportunity was
taken to congratulate a friend of
lhe writer,, the local manager of
tin* lending bank oi Canada, on ihe
imposing quarters ol llie bank in the
town. Tltrcre arc tin mosquilai b in
Ailialiuer. The ilsiug road to Wil
iner, the next tov i, which lies upon
i, enables in bcl let lo toko in
ilu- mngnlflcenl ci nci \ of the valley.    This town, stands nt iis apex,
nl i two hundred feel above tho Ci
lumbla and llu* vallej can |,c viewed
il Lasi thirty mill lo ihe north or
oiilh—the outlook puts l.uitt into
any man ami mOj*i a one g|a*d lo he
itlivc. Many writers have eloquently descanted on the beauties of Windermere, none more so than Earl
tlrey, who has a permanent shooting
lodge in lhe Selkirks Dr Admin.
-,f Mefiill University, Montreal,
writes expressing his surprise, that
■'so few arrest their journey lo as-
i emit or descend the lovelies! valley in
the whole broad Dominion." He
'im tes a travelled Rostonlan, who
ays. "I have seen much, bill nothing
l can compare with ibis, save.perhaps, tbe Vale nl Cashmere." Words
like these an* an eloqucnl tribute to
the loveliness of Ihc valley, la t us
hope thai lhe advent
of the motor Car and railway will
induce, many in the future lo test tin*
correctness of these statements.
Wilmer is a bright little town
nestling snuglj on the bench land between Toby and Horse Tbiuf creeks,
It has all the makings of a town
having good L^ncral stores, a bank.
church, school house, hospital, a
government telegraph and telephone
otlice, court house and mine record
■r's office, The ublqultocs real
estate man has recently struck Wilmer. and reports he is doing a rushing business. We found lhe bold
comfortable, bui Us accommodation
nol nearly up io the requirements
This, however, will likely be remedied shortly. Wilmer has Rs* own
water works, and the enterprising Inhabitants are now planning electric
lighting, When talking io iln* manager of one of the general stores, we
were surprised to learn ilie extent
of the average slock carried, all oi
which goes to show that Wilmer is
"going some." The coming of the
nil way through (he valley, which is
. xpectcd in 1012, will place all tbe
valley towns in direct communication
with Ibe main Rues of the Canadian
Pacific at fl olden ami the Crows
Nest branch, it only requires transportation by rail to enable the rich
mines on Toby and Morse Thief
creeks to ship at a profit. The
prospector, loo, hus been busy, for
years up these creeks, and specimens
ol ore. rich in copper, gold and silver, are on display nt the govern
menl recorder's ofllce at Wilmer, It
is m t. therefore, labiiij*, a too extra-
agon I vh w of iin* situation to
,'orcscc a greol am! growing prosper
iiy. not only for the district hut
ir tb,- entire valley, along which
idle and ft nn ranching an* alicadv
very profitable Industries. The land
around Wllmei is to lie Irrigated foi
thousands oi   ncree, iiml anyone win,
has experie  nf   Ibc efli-t of WOtci
on virgin s(,ii cannot doubt hut tbnt
tin- glowing anticipation! looked fm
iu this region will he reallml, tin,I
will urovc iis titled       rlrjrt to tlie
earlj tmnu > i il Oardrn of    Mast
Kootenay " Steamers on Uw
Columbia make hi weekly trips between Oolden nml Windermere, calling al Athalniit, Wilmer nml various
ranches en route, We hoarded the
Klnhowyu a! Wilmer, where there is
,io attempt vet to make a wharf or
land stage, ami en j out I an eight
hi trs run down the river, in more
leisurely fashion ehon by motor, and
which eiiablc;l us io thoroughly appreciate the noblo scenery and lhe
beauties amid the peaks ol the Selkirks ami HrcVles, on either hand arriving at 0olden in time for dinner
nt one of (is excellent hotels,
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Editor— "Who nceciilcd lliis poem'.'"
Subeditor-"] did."
Kdltor—"<laiP It reads as if ll
was vWrlttcn liv a butcher "
Sutnililoi~"It was 1 owe lb*
fellow fortj seven dollars for meat"
-Ex.
DEPUTY     MII'.ISTI'.K   OF   AGRICULTURE SCOTT'S SIZE-UP
(IP COLUMBIA-KOOTENAY
VALLEY.
(Special correspondence)
An Intensely inlc rested and repre-
UttaelVo audience of farmers and
newly arrived settlers met in iln
school house at Athelmer recently lo
greet lho Hon. W. I',. Scott, deputy
minister ol agriculture, on ihis, the
occasion ol' bis lirst visit to Ltill
pari ami io hear the address will li
he had so Mm IK offered lo give uni
er lhe     allspices of Ihe   Paiuiei*,' lu-
siiiuie of tlii- district, Mr. Scotl
was accompanied on bis Icur by Mr
Kranch,   assistant   lioreicullmist, Toi
lie pin.line.       In  their two UiUte.s,.
and iu niisweriug the questions which !
followed  Ibe speakers,      touched     mi
mnnj Inleresling subjects,, sure ni
Hie culture of fruil trees, the grow
Ing of foibler crops anil the c in.rt-
amy to   lhe district in |j.iving     a
Partners Institute
Mr. Scotl lo his opening remit hi
slated thai though he md hail the
pleasure   of    living tor twenty-three
   within the province ho i nd   to
regrel ih.ii up to ihis moment he
had not had afforded lo him an
opportunity ol visiting ihis par*. He
expressed himself as being mole than
surprised a! ihe surpassing beauty ol
the valley and viewing it with a
practical oj'e—being a farmer til nine! I
HOWESgreatlondonSNOWS
AT     CRANBROOK
FRIDAY, AUG.  11,  1911
Full of Honors and Wonderful Triumphs oi its Long, Coo»
qucring Tours ol the Continent, and presented on a Scala
of Colossal Magnitude and Lavish Expenditure.
never known before In this country.
THE TRAVBLINO
AMUSEMENT
SENSATION
OHTHB
BRIMMINd OVBR
WITH
IRTH
AND OP
JOV.
m
my yegrs—he said there wen
wonderful opportunities open in om
midst for agriculture and for 'mil
growing. lie had not the slightest
hesitation in saying that most excellent results nre sun* t,, follow, To
quote his own words, which were.
"! have no hesitation whatever in
stating thai opportunities for commercial fruil growing In your district are open before you."
He went on to explain In greater
detail the expansion and the Importance of tie worts whicli is being
carried tm hy the departmeni of agriculture along the lines ol agriculture, horticulture, live stock, dairying, poultry raising, experimental
stations and Farmers' Institutes.
Dealing in particular with frull I
growing he said he would draw -pet-
lal attention to tint nearness of ibi*
part to the great markets if th*
prairie, remarking: "1 have obsolutt
ly no hesitation In saying that nc
pasl of this province is better tl
for market facilities Ihan you Ms
here." The special varieties ol apples
recotntnenhed being Yellow Trent-
...rent, for the early market; the
Wealthy he specially recommended;
also the Duchess of Oldenburg and
Mcintosh Red,
Touching lightly on poultry raising
be regretted ihat it had not been
possible for Mr. Terry, the poultry
expert, to be along, lie cited the
experience of one man on Vancouver
Island, who in ono year had made as
much as $i;nun on from off ten acres
>( land which he had used as a chicken ranch.
Relative to demonstration orchard*-
it was explained that the work it
gradually expanding The Columbia
Valley had not been forgotten, or
overlooked; its time is last approaching and he wiis going away prepared
to strongly recommend to th.- minister ol agriculture the establishing of
one In our midst. This nunounce-
ttu'iit was greeted with applause.
lie outlined in detail the conditions
antler which sites for this purpose
are taken over by the government,
put Into shape, occupied for a few
years, then turned hack to the owner
of the land. In closing be expressed every hope of again visiting this
pari before long.
Mr. French, assistant provincial
hortlculturitt, expressed his surprfaM
at the targe areas of ngrifulttml
land which In- had oblcrvrd in this,
his first visit lo tlie Columbia-Koo-
itnny valley, lie considered lhe op
portunltlcs lo le very good for Ibc
raising of Hie haulier varieties of
apples, lu handling this special nub*
jeet he said tin* most Important leav
tares iu fruit raising, bnci which
had ever to lie Kept In mind ale, air
drainage, water drainage and Boll
id s,nts a combination of slit, nnd
and humus is nmongsl lho best. Tlio
lecturer deal! with his important
subject ai steal length, giving ptac-
ia.li hints * M ilu- preparation of mnl,
the tools most needed lu ibe work ns
.1, whole, the pruning of tuvs, the
plan ling out of orchards and tlif
varieties of apples whicli lie would re-
commend. He Illustrated inosl nl
the point* hiosl graphically by means
11 drawings ou the blackboard,
The   close   ol   each    lecture     VVOS
specially marked hy the number ct
enquiries from (be thoroughly interested audience.
n1
20
CLOWNS
SOI.HAPERS    .
100 ACROBATS
KENTUCKY HORSES.
2S0
HORSES.
30 PEOPLE.
Dublin Grays.
The Black Hu».ra.
-The Marvelous Eddys-
MON ABC US SOPRGMB IN TUB 4MU3BMGNT REALM.
TheRoyalYeddoJapanese Troupe
And 200 Other Great Acts.
DOUBLE MENAGERIE
Containing Wild Animals Irom Every Country.
THREE BANDS OP MUSIC.
..ROYAL ROMAN HiPPODROME..
Many time, the Biggest and Most Bewildering Production
ever in America.   Most Stupendously Stirring Spectacle/
that Human Eyes Ever Witnessed.
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POOR .10IIN.
"Your husbiin! will lie all rlghi
now," said a docli r to a woman
whose husband was dangerously ill.
"Whal do ymi mean'" ilemuudrt
the wife. "You told mo V couldn't
live n tort night."
"Well, I'm going lo cure him, alter
all," Bald the doctor. "Surely you
are glad."
Tin* woman wrinkled her brows.
"Puis me In n bit of n 'ote," she
said. "I've bin nn sold all 'i.s clr Ihc-s
to |iuy tor 'is luneral."
Aeroplane Races Every Day
MAMMOTH   NICIIT   SPECTACLE
"Pioneer Days In the Palouse"
SI2U.0U0  Will   tic   Spent   on    I 111.   Inhibition
REDUCED RAILWAY RATES
Greatly Ini'i'caseu I'l'l/ir*.
M.ny New Classes., Open to All
inn.  iw ci,mm... i.i.r  i I««b IVorn
217   Mutton   lliock.
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OKANnilOOK  LAND DISTRICT,
DISTRICT OP    SOUTHERN D1Y1
SION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that .lohn Irvine,
oi Wasa, occupation Rancher, intends
to apply tor per mission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing ut a post plant ed
about 20 ilia ns east ot tlie southwest corner ol Lot ..-.l on north end
id island in the Kootenay river
and includes tlie whole of Ihc Island
about fi acres. .lohn Irvine.
0. Ilungcrfonl Pollen, Agent, Oranbrook,
Dated .tune 17th, HUI. 1H-01
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP   SOUTHERN   DIVI
SION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that .lohn Pollen,
.if London, Eng., occupation Agent',
intends to apply for permission ti
purchase tlio following descrileil
lands: ,
Commencing nt a posl planted at
lho S.E, corner of Lot 9070; tlicitce
mi chains south; Lbencc Hti chains
east; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 eliains west; to the place of commencement.
■I. Illake.
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«':u I li- ;l lllll .lock ..I
OEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
Mccormick mowers
Repairs foi shovs itwyi
LAND NOTICE
TAKE NOTICI-. Ihal Vnnle tter
Ington, <d Cranbrook, ot eupatton
married woman, Intends to applj toi
permission to purehon Uie following
tie scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted al
the -south eat-d coiner of I.ot 10007,
Group One,   Iv.isl   Kootcn.iv district,
thenco wesl 80  chains, mon* ot less,
so tbe east bank of Ibe Koolemn
river; thence south easterly tit*>111
said bank of the Koolenay river a
distance of *tn chains, more or lent,
to the west boundary ol l.ol 810,
(Irotip One; thence not Mi along said
vest hnuiiilaiy n distance of 20
chains, more or less, to point of
commencement nnd containing forty
acres, more or less.
Annie Metiin-.toii,   Locator
Stewart Morris, Agent.
Staked May :17th, mil.        M-W
t    News of the District
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BAYNES LAKE
(Special    correspondence)
Last   weelt  gave   llaynes Lake its
hot hours    as   well as other places,
hut the heat    was not excessive and
ll ighls    were cool and refreshing
in Uie extreme.
Tin*  mosquitoes    are    practically
gone, just mi odd one hero or    there
lo worry     you as     tlio sun scls.
August     bids    fair    to   Ir    ,,   fine
mouth.
Windsor limns arc to he bad olT
Mr. SI Ive cluck's ground in Out* quantities, and heels and caitols from
I Iiu Koolenay Nurseries tank nfhougsi
tin* he.'-l   we nave vcl e.ilcli.
Mi     lli.iilhnty   lias taken up     Hie
iveii .len-, belonging to the lute Mr,
Slnelali       He i**    busy   cultivating
ihi. i i
'ii.,' Irish HPlilonieiil to help    Mi
I'hnmpntu nre   now   folilj Inatalleil
He ought       lo     have a  n I  crop of
potatoes  nexl   veal
Tin- lltiyncH Lnitc Trading (', hml
ippl.s toi sal.' on July Ullli, When
will   tliey   he home grown?
Mr. Ilermild tins moved bis camp
loner to llaynes, He ami his wife nre
ow ,lvlllg in Ihtvties itself. It all
Lelps.
Mr. W. Dunn   is lo apply (or a li-
euse (or    llaynes.   A licensed hotel
would help Baynes Lake very matcr-
tlly mid wc sincerely     hope lie will
not he disappointed.
Mr. Iteunison    was again a visitor
I'linic this week.
Mrs ].ca is making] her bread *ni
cakes very popular in llaynes.    Why
tloes she noi stall a bakery? A hank
and a bakery would do well here.
Mr. 13Ingham Is supeiintending the
irrigation engine belonging to the
Kootenay River I-and Co. al the
foot of Strawberry Hill
WARDNER
(Special correspondence.)
Mr. It. II. iti'laii lost a team ol
horses last Krlday. They ran away
coming from Hull inn- and leapetl
ovei ,i high embankment,
Mis aeo. ll.i.v.,u,i visited friemls
in Galloway Monday.
Messrs 13aton iinh LaPolnte were
Cranbrook visitors SunUay
Miss   it   lli-iie has I*. ' io    Klku
foi a lew days,
Miss i.in y sheppard has accepted a
poiUtloti in tie- t'rows west Pass
l.iiiiilict lotiipiinv!s office
Mi Cleo, Miiln has rented th,
King iCdward hotel rrom Mi   Rani*
Miss I In/el i.nml returned home
from Hie cottsl  last week
Mi Ifriiiote am! (ninth left foi
Oregon Tiiwlmyi
Mr. fl raves, foreman nl Un* ('rows
Nest Lumber company, Gallcway, is
in town for a few days.
Police Constable Adney took nn
Italian to Cranhrook last Week from
on of the construction camps of
Hui ns and Jordan, lie was acting
strange ami burning up all the men's
wearing apparel.
The rain for Hie past two days has
settled tlie dust, am! made the rool
crips took splendid aroiutd Wardner,
laughlm     with his nimble wit    am
clever dancing. T   A mold,   .hum
Ititbour,    Richard     llaupl,     '	
Lynch, Fred UComlo, ffnlu
nm! Mi^ Mabel de Nordeml
a chorus  excelled    by uone, foi
dancing and     singing compain    thai
make     "The   Flower of lhe Raiudi1
one of    the      nsil   shows      nl tin
season.     Al  tho   Auditorium Tli us
day, August   IVili.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,
DISTRICT  OF   SOUTHERN   DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Sarah
June Macdonald, ol Craubrook, occupation, Married woman, intend tc
apply for permission to purchase tliu
[following described lands.
Dr. Martel's Female Pills j;';:;;,"
Commencing      at       a post
ted       about four        feet
the     N.     W.    ccrnei ol Lot
.. thenco west ten chains, thence
EIGHTEEN YEAHS THE STANDARD    j out„ slxty chains, tlience oast    len
Prescribed and recommended fm       i    chains,   thence    nortii   sixty chains,
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST. -   $8,000,000
| OLD COUNTRY NEWS I
INTERESTING ITEMS
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Mr. 0. C. Moiison, an English
nvlator, has accomplished a very
i etnnrknble feat iu Hying in bis
Monoplane from Paris to Shoieham
in five boms. The distance covered
iVas 350 miles, so thai the journey
ivna accomplished at tin- high rate
d lifly miles an hour. Mr. Moiiso.i
left Paris shortly before midday, am!
iveragcd a mile a minute to Calais
I'liere were lio tugs or torpedo
oats out to tender assistance if
icessary, hut Mr. Morison paid no
ttcitlion lo that. He crossed the
h.uiuel in thirty   minutes at nn nl-
tltud ■   .ill   ihe    way of nearly Hi	
The aviator descended nt
Eastbourne to take iu petrol at a
little before fom lie finally reach-
t Shorcham just before five iTeloek,
haviag done tin* journey from Paris
in live hours and with only i ah
tops.
An interesting relic of the earl}
lays of ihe British navj and the de
,i: ,.f the Armada came up for sale
.ii Messrs Sotheby's the other day.
lhe teiie was an oval cold medat
truck m commemoration oi too be-
real ol the Spanish Beet, ami probabl) was one ol a few special!)
made foi certain persona whom
tjinvii Eli abcth favored On tin* on-
iTrse tin* Virgin Queen Is seen in full
ii       wearing the    usual wide rufl,
ipeit  at   Ibe  front     The  roVCtne       is
I «iii'.   b small Island set lu
i  i.nigh Bpfl and looking like .,  lioal
n   island     Prom it*, center a    tall
tmj  tree   springs; tho    Words "Xtm
ipsa pericula tangunt"—Even dangers
In nol .iin*i it"—which an emboss
i across it   "frith tlghtnlng striking
e, yd   not   Injuring It,    give
■ ii a meaning appropriate (o
Vrmoda   victor)      The medal
letrhcd  Cflfl
Vccordlng lo Lloyd's Rogtstei     ol
hlpbuildfng   lot     the   past quarter,
there    were   fn vcanels of l,i7i.,lli
row undei const Miction in   tbe
t mt.ti Kingdom .<i Hie end of June,
Mtmpared with 834 vessel*, with ■
i      I 118,581 toi lho cones
quartei of lasi yeai       Pbla
in I   include w.u ships        Mm   Im
s,   which  ale   the   hlghi-st   IcportMl
iin   qoarterl)  returns, an 88,000
is mote        than        the   pie\
record      total,     m  Bep1
rtber,    1801,    while   Ibe     lagan*
Heptcmber, 1801, while tlm figures
in June, 1808, have ben pnetloall)
doubled.      \ 11i.vi   lo   tin* latest
linns there .ue Ml ships of   188,808
■iis gross mulct conttfucUon in
Clermsny, nnd -" ships with a    Ion-
■ , ■  .a    1 Hi.tMi in   Kr.imv.      Then*
1.1 w.u   veneii undet construe
Hon 111 Ibis COUntry, Ol which eleven
being built at royal dockyards
and 18 at private yards for the llritish navy, while five are lieing con-
,t nu led at private yards for foreign
Governments,
PltESEItVATlON   OF   MINK TIM
BEHS.
(Forestry Press Hulletin)
The preservation of mine timbers
hy chemical treat inent has not yet
been adopted hy the mining ladustrU's
of Canada, lu many localities, however, the distances required to trans-*
port mining limbers arc becoming
greater, poorer qualities of wood
have to he used and the annual cosl
ol the upkeep of mine timbering is
becoming greater. The I'uited States
has already reached this state and
has done much in the treatment of
mine timbers; where ii has been
proven that a t tea linen 1 ol creosote
or zinc chloride decreased the destruction due to decay, fire nub insects, this increases the tire of the
timbers .nul decreases ibe annual
cost of replacing mine timbers.
Timber used In mines has on the
average, a shorter life than wood
used ft r any oilier purpose. The surroundings in a mine are very conducive to rot, which, after a period
t,f three to five years causes tin'
timber to break, crumble ami become
useless Experiments have lem conducted in United states mines with a
row of untreated ami treated mine
props alternate!) placed. After eight
mouths every untreated stick was
weakened bv decay and broken, while
the treated props wen* sound and
useful From various pract leal ex-
periemnts of this Kind with different
spis [es of wood, important results
nave titvn obtained.
Fir has an average of five years
untreated Hie. Treated it lasts
twelve years Hemlock lasting as a
natural wood live years, lust doubles
rUi -.tin ol llle when treated, as does
chestnut and tamarack Spruce is one
of the species which decays quickest
when untreated, lasting only three
years. If treated II will last twelve
years, thereby Increasing its lift*
BO0 i»er cenl To sum up, wood pre
aervfttion not only prolongs the life
of durable timbers, thus decreasing
their annual consumption but also
permits the mibat-ttutlon ol Inferior
apeelea, Whose use considerably reduces the drain upon the more desirable kinds.
SEEMED    TO 01VE  HIM A NEW
STOMACH,
"I suffered Intensely after eating
and no medicine or treatment ,1 tried
seemed to do any good," writes II.
M. YoungpCtcrs, Editor ol The Sun,
Lake View, Ohio "The firsl lew
doOS of Chan i heel aid's Stomach ami
liver Tablets gave me surprising relief ami the second bottle Reined lo
give me a new sliiuuirli ami perfectly good health " For wile hy all
dcilern. 2:1 (I
PUB PLOWEM OP THE RANCH."
.Inst s tot in advance of all other
musical plays is "The Flower of the
Ranch." Joseph E, llaward's fascinating musical comedy. Howard
wrote tins play expressly for him
self and Miss Mabel Harrison, ami
thev starred in it for more than a
vent, its IUCCCSS equalling anylhing
that bus been produced In the light
opera foi years, remalDtng In New
Yoik nml Chicago for a solid year or
motO,     The scenes are laid in     the
mountainous  section   ol California,
picturing typical ranch life ill the
golden h.lls "Flower" is a girl
blossoming Into womanwoad, who
tame to the iamb of .Indue Hopper
almost by a miracle sixteen years
More the play Opens, A stage
eaach conveying passeng.-rs IhriMbth
the mountains hail tumbled ov'ei a
precipice and Judge Hopper with it
party irf ranchmen went,to the res
cue* There he found a haby In Its
dead mother's arms; he brought it
to his cabin and this child grew lo
be lite "Flower" of the ranch.
Miss Hetty Caldwell ia the Tall
fornfa bud. She is a winsome little
miss wl.o can sing nnd dance, ami
to Iht fulls a goodly share of the
musical numbers. "Shivers" portrayed by .less   Harris, is a scream.
This comedy   character is a tettder**
foot atnoog the cowboys and be
kerpa  tbe    audience in a e- nl bilious
men s ailments,    a
pared remedy of pi
result    from     tinii  ill c is q
permanent.        Foi    snle al .ill drug
stores.
tifli'ii   ■   [ire    along     the      Spokane   International
wort Railway to  point of commencement.
Sarah .lane Macdonald,
Samuel  Macdonald,  agent.
Dated June 13th, 1911, 17-flt
TO RAY CRISLER
Tnkanotki-'lifll l   Hiivld Tlioim   I.   niul Muyie, n r   licr-ch*, iHvmioHi
tlieaoleiikiici mil,.'in-' iiiitn-li
tlie" Laura," nml Hml im ml •■<
nii.t itii'-M-t-i hlintmt>i  It
kllim-li In iin.v »,.> nrtoioij i-atS-i
-'"■■'.t UAVIU Tlli'M V    KVAN
NOTICE
IN THE M VTTEH OF AN VPPI I
CATION nn thi' Issue ol n Imp
licate Certificate ol Tllh lo i..,
0*180, Orotip one, Kaoleimj DI i
tiict.
notice is    iii:i!i:ici    tn\ i.\
thai it is my iiil.niion lo
the expiration of one month aftei I h
lirst    publication   hereof a duplicate
of  tin-      certilleate  ol   tilh'      ',,      1 ii,-
iilmve mentioned lol in lhe name ul
Clyde V. Downing, which certificate
is dated Slsf November, I'm;, ami
numbered 78 ISA.
Sam'l It. Roe
Land Registry Ofllco
Dlalrlol  Uegi Irni
Nelson, B.C.
88-61 .Inly 20th, Mill.
CUANIIIIOOK   I,AM)  WSTItlCT
DISTIUCT OF SOUTH EAS'l  KOI
TlvNAV.
TAKE NOTICE Ihal William Mm
iliK'h, of Flagstone, H.C., oecupatio
Milliiiuii, inlemls to apply for permii
sion to purt-ha.M* the following de!
erihetl lauds*:
Commencing al n posl platilctl •>
an island in Ihe Koolenay river,    u
the    north In lary of Lol   ;.:,", an
embracing the   north pari of iln i
land outside of I.ot 327.
William Murdoch.
Dated istb .luly, 1011. 33-0
CUANIIIIOOK  i,AND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOO
TENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that William Murdoch, of Flagstone. H.C, occupation
Millmun, intends to apply for perm is
lion to purchase the following des
nihil lauds:
Commencing at a pool planted on
the south end of an island in the
Kootenay river, opposite Lol 8851,
thence    following shore lo point     ol
imiiieticemeiit.
William Murdoch.
Dated 18th July, LOU. 23-01
CRANHROOK  LAND  DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   SOI IIIKRN   Dl\ I
SION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur Pollen, of London, Kng, occupation
Director, inlemls lo apply (or per
mission to purchase the following
ilcscribcd lands:
Commencing al a post planted one
ile south, ami one mile cast of the
s, E. corner of Lol 1370; thence 80
chains east; thence BO chains north;
thence 8U chains wi t; tinner 80
chains south to lhe place or commencement,
.1   Blake.
Hated July 7th, 1011 -*: Bt
HOUSE BOAT        j;
"ISABEL" i;
LAKE WINDERMERE   ii
_ <>
♦ Tlie "Unl..-1" luih Loon !!
4 put in com mission nnd is tied \ \
♦ up nl Atliulmer. < -
4    Cotivoniotit for passongors 11
♦ coming either by boat or auto-;'
4, mobile, • •
f Motor boats, canoes or rigs ]',
X arranged lor on hoard.           < >
UPPER   COLUMBIA   TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
I'. I'. iVIlMSTHOSCl,  1'ro.idoi
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COMPULSORY REMOVAL
OP
CRANBROOK PLUMBING
1'iNSlHITH & lllATlMi CO.
I'tventy live years' piucllcalexpoiiuiice.
I IVU yeais in-lieeloi uf llUifOnCCB,
I'liiiiihioi; nml Sewitgu Expert for Swin
ilop—30,000 population.
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
ISvorytlllnu in 'Iin rrrnl Mii'i'l Iron iiiikIi-
t'oonlor
BLOWER SYSTEM AND MINE VENTI-
LATINC EXPERT
Iloi Air I'mniii.H.    Hot  Water ami
sii'iiiu Boiler.
EST1MATKS GIVEN
W. F. JOHNSON & SON
Proprietor.
Vmi will Iiml ii. at our olil aliinil,
EDWARD STREET
PHONE :no P.O. BOX MM
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTIUCT OF   SIHTIIKIIN'   D1V1
StON, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE  NOTICE tli.it M.ny Poller,,
ul I.niiili.nl    Eng .       ipatlon Spin,
stcr, inti'iuls to apply lor permlurlon !
io   purebaae the lolluwlng rtcHcriucd
lamia:
CiiiiiiiiriiiiiiLi.il a P "i planted 80
Chalru miiilh uml Ji" Ii.iins eul ol I
the s. Iv corner l IM M70
ihencr no I'liairis mil thence yi1
chains smith, tbonci • chain, well '
iliriuT mi chain, n i ; in the pli oc
nl romrnmonrncnl
I.. Blaki
Dalnl July "I'll, llll. M ''
WATER NOTICE.
We, Oeorgo Welch and Joseph Jack-'
son, ol Cranhrook,   Hallway    Con-
ilurlors. gin-  notice Ihal    on    the
31st    day  ot  July,   IMI, at eleven
o'clock  in the lorcnoon, ive Intend to
apply  to the    Water Commtraltoncr
at ills oIHit in    Cranbrook lur a li- [
cense    to  lake   ami use three i iihlo
feet ol water    per second      Iron,'
Lewis  Creek,   a   tributary nl    tho
Kootenay   Itlvrr. in    lho Cranhrook '
Water District,    Tho  water is     to
be  taken train tho stream near  tho j
east lino nl    Lol l-in.i, Group Ono,
Kootenay District, anil  Is to be used
on Lot MIS, saiil group, lor Irrlga-
tion purposes.
Oeo. Welch ami Jo 'I'h Jackson
IMP
"AT It HEBE SIllCE VW"
Ha'
(.
m WORK.
imyOURNONEY
WORK TOO.
B1PBWImuVWR5'VI*!6*.
WITH III) TlltJ Will/ WHS
A% IMTEHf 5T Vl'IIICII
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PEOaEJUSTdSCrlfltrDl
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AWimW- PLEflSEP,
/IND THOROUGHLY
SilTISFlEP,
\oTHTHG*A.iyinvniiai
our Business is
TRrtf MCTP.P/I BbSlrifii
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&»ffiflE5T inTEfifllTTl
fl roJTrtL,6itmfi
V0UR lill-te A .lWWESS
vnitraoi-tPTLy BRintjyoti
ruii* irtKOHniTion.
WRITE TWK
stiotiLpyouivtvErirt'.
PINftriClrll. business in
vflncouvER'-vitiwn.
RENTS TO COUffiCT.
/|<WEeMENT*5 FOR 34LE"
MOItTlirlGKSTOeOrlrtrTER
rlNPCOlVBGT.
riReiriMitncEToritKr,
LET OS rlTTEMO TO IT
WE HRR Pl^irtSirtO
OTHKftStttiWill-BESl'Kf.
TO PLI5,'ISK VOU.
hflp* Ci.Ltb.
321 Gamble street,
^Vaivcoviver B.C/a
THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of Si and
upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no
delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small
deposits are welcomed. sua
Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be
operated hy any one of the number or by the .survivor. A joint account
of this kind saves expense In establishing the ownership of the money
after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for
his wife, or for others depending' upon him, in the event of his death.
R. T.Brymner, Hanager Cranbrook Branch
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A Good   Home j
is what is 'li'iir to every man.   A home ♦
is where  Peuoe. Comfort, Contentment, T
niul Plenty is found.   That is the reason .
men throughout British Coloinuiii, when *
"•Jruuliroo'i" is mentioned think ot the f
provisions Jos. Branlt has made Tit mi 2
ideal home at the ♦
Canadian Hotel j
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, JUST TELL US
HOW MUCH
to cut ofl iin.l we w HI romo
pieltj neai gettii |i exai lly the
q nan III) you want    N mi <li nt
have to woi rj i     i i
ty of out in* at-.    Wi ■   ■■■
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that yon can ' e »»n n    lliej
n-t* the • hoh • ■*   li     ■
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ORANBROOK
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Phone   S.-vin .nr 71130
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BROS.. Proprietor.
1221 Granville Street
Two hundred elegant.*/ tomlihed roomi    Ererj
convt'iiiei    Kli-viitor wTviti-.  Olio In connection    rtoonri
$1.1X1 pel iluy ami upwards
Up-country viittora to the Terminal Ottj •
convenience nml comfort ut the Qranrille Palace, i|.
attention being |s.id to their wautl.
C
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA II
In. ..r....ra,l. ■)   1"'!'
HEAD OFFICE MONIkliAl . QUEBEC
Capital Maid Up $6,200,000 Hctcrvc $6,OOO.oeo
Total AiMle, Over S**.*j,wh.,,i„„
II. s. IIOI.T, rr.ilJ.pt      K. I.. 1'KAPK, (Irn.i.l Manan-r
A rants of KiriiiB,C«»f|K»r.tlon. and linliviilii.la nlntted.
urn ni lown bnitneu reeelni erani .tt.ntinii.
savin...- DKPARTMBNT- l»i„>aitn.l 11.00 ami nr.war.li  ■
and Interaat .llnw^.1 at sorrtnt rata.  N*» torment! 01 del.* In
wlthdrawtnc,
A Qanaral Banna*) liiiainr.,ir.na.,'te,l.
Cranbrook Branch: D. D. McLAWS, Moimnu *
******* CBAJSBROOK HKRALD
uttiVN BROOK llUlt/VLD  Electric Restorer for Men
Bv lb. Hcrnld   1 lishing Company, , H2KKS& •• mm !j»a,',".',"!
.1. Deaue. Managing Editor,
CRANBROOK. B.C., August -1,-1911
EDITORIAL NOTES
Toronto Star: Went cm men cannot
support li. I.. Uonlen. Mis |i.niy
c.M.'s againsl tile grain.
The Liberals never hail a beWei
liiusr In flgbl *"i I' la tbc cause "I
,1„. peupi th,- greal Interests ol
the coiinlij are willing to spend .1
lun.-hiil ni mono) i" (Ideal the
measure, whicli the i.iIiit.iI party a<l*
t.ualt's,   .Kill   11   Is    llu'  llul)   ol      Hi'
I,,,- ami untrammelled electorate to
L-am iiii-u votes lor the Mineral
liariy—the advocate >>(   their lilgliwil
Interests.—Lolhbridgc Herald.
Hi-iiiiiiiiti'i    young    men when you
hcai rampant assert k nl Imperial
Ism ii'iin HiiMlfii pnrtj orators Lhal
Iht- part) thej reprcsenl never placed
even .1 line on Lhe statute l^ook $\
ing tbe inothci country an advantage
in Canada.       '" eiglrtceii years    ol
,     tiilf 1h.1t [i.niy I1111I1    the
i.tim wall hlglii r everj year againsl
Ureal Hrilnln. The l.iti-i.ii part;
(!ii\i- Great Hrltniii the urclerence nml
Hint polic) is maul high induy.—Cnl
gnry  Vlberlnn,
\n .'lit nun campaign is underway
nnee ngnin, and l<>i Mte nc2t lew
weeks, happily only seven, mon) ol
us will lie devoting most ol 0111 lime
in nlivwielng tin- cause ul the part)
wiiii which we :ti«* affiliated. \i tlie
hesl wc ma) anticipate eonslderabli
iii.si.iL',.ini/.it-iMi ol business and more
ni less unpleasant Irtel/ion—the ovei
-.-nl. ns mnl always in evidence nl
election time, Happily, liowover,
Hie presenl campaign will he waged
under conditions Hint will appeal to
the best in tin* electoral-*.*. A greal
issue is iii stake. The appeal can bi
inn-do i<> tl"- electorate on lollloi
grnimds than the mere retention in
..iltti* ni a certain party. It will l»
,i square flglil lietwceii lho broad
principles   ol Lils*.ralism nnd Consei
vat ism, on tin e hand Tlie Liberal*-:
nre advneating n policj nt dlrcel
lictiiiii in the   great mass <>f produc
. 1    nml cmiKiimei 1, and 011 tl Ihei
Hie rim erviilivt 1 are taking Iheii
elm rat l-cristic stand in favor ol tb.
Interests  id     Ibe special few,    11 i
f> 1     In   have .1 light mi such eleai
ml, immiHlakablo lines,
Whilst there has been :i great deal
,,i 1,ill., mm li waste ol pin I atm-titan
time mi tin- part of lite opposition,
forcing nn appeal <•• tin- country be
fore the passage ot a retllBtrlbutloi
meOKiire, the issue is very simple ami
will nol )•>* lost sight nf h) tin
masses of   tne electorate,     tn effect
11  simply nm ts tu ibis: Shall Hie
cosl of living be reduced? Kverj head
nf a household in Canada appreciate
Iln* fact Hi.tt tin- cost of living Is
high at present, ami. in bis heart ot
hearts, ever) elector would welcome
some change that would bring aboui
.1 nilm tiiin in his household cxoctidi
tun*- This is wb.it tin- rcclproeit)
ngrcement, arranged between Ottawa
ami Washington, is aimed In effect
(im Tot; (1 lends oppose this men
mi re ol relief l fcouse Ihey see in i;
li'> iiil. dangi 1 lo the Interests ol
iln* r.M italisl classes, with whom
they are nlways allied  To bolster up
Iheir ai.i :i!    1 -mi it relief tu the
consumers, all manner «*f Irrcvctanl
iKsnes will he raised, hut in clear,
simple language, lhe main Issue is:
Shall tb-' cobI 11 living bo reduced,
01 shall it nof
Willi such .ii> 1 isne nt static tt i
iimjm*siioii,iidv ui Importance that
Hus greal constlluisicj of Kootenay
■should have in Hit* in-ld ,1 strong can
dlikttc I'robabl) no section of thr
ii>mniiiMii   t.nni   to gain limit* from
rtei| It) limn ilow tbo great Koo-
tena) district Our already great
lumbering and coal mining Interests
will be tbe chlel lienetlclarh s hj re
1 iproi 'i i. ami a llti the enormoui
expansion o| tins,* industries, bound
to [1 Mow upi n tlie Onal cnarlnu'iit
..f tin- ret ii'ioi It) agreement, there
will come -i demand toi oui agrlcul
im ul pnsluce ihal will ilirnlly bene
hi 1 very tormer, and fi mt growci m
the KuottM) district, When the tty
1 Iprot ii i agreemenl was flist pun
I It-died, mmi*- "I om fruil growers
wn alarmed lest it meant thr sacrifice td tlieli Interests, Time and
ntit\ of the ngreemcol have removed
ihis f.-.tt   Thej  now recogn tv    thai
Uie 11 111 mate effeee ol recti ity   In
natural products will be ■" enlarge
theli markets and in place upon a
permanent!) substantial and profit**
able basis an Industry thai heretofore, despite exceptional advontngw
ot soil ami climate, has nol prospered ;.-  11    sl Id   have done, of   Uie
prominent Liberals in the Kootenay
district, in every respect worthy nf
the confidence ol tne electorate, the
Herald believes that lu .1. ll. King
is pre-eminently Hie man foi tho pro-
nctil occasion lie has been tried mnl
fouml gocd. lie is known as lew
.•iii.i men in Kootenay are known.
Tins is tn in* a short campaign and
li is essential that iln- Liberal candidate should be a man wiih whom
Hn* itieat bull, of Hn- electorate  Me
- .u in proper ,-»	
.ml vitality, Prematura* ileiuv-mil «U *n-y..«.
wcaknoss averted at once. Phoiphonol will
maku \'*iia nt-wmaii. Price 18 s bos. or two lor
If, Mnil,*,! toniivii.l.lrets. TheScobuU Drui
Co., St. Cstliarlnea. Ont.
For salt) nt Beatfo, Murphy & Co.,
well acquainted, nnd in whom tliey
have the utmost confidence. If lie bad
hecn willing to accept It, Hr. King
would have received the unanimous
vote of Hie last Liberal convolution
held lo nominate a cnmlldato for the
Koolenay riding, and we have no
hesitation in saying thai a similar
tribute to bis worth will he paid ou
il.is occasion.
The Herald publishes elsewhere in
Ibis issue, with very great salisfiit-
Hon, a letter addressed by thu de
pnty minister of agriculture lo tbo
secu-iaiy ol lho local board ol trade.
This letter is an assurance Ihal Mr.
W. 13, Scold travels with his eyes
ami mind open, Prom now on wo can
confideiill) regard Mr, Scott as n
boostei for lite Kasl Kootenay district We publish, also, an Interview
with a gentleman,   who has recently
made a trip     through thr -'ulumhiu-
Kontcnay valley, which, hl»a Mr.
Scott's letter, speaks lor itself, The
Kasi Kootenay is rapidly coming to
(cs own. I*'iii i ue cause ami another,
ibis district has heretofore received
hut wanly attention, its great potentialities have been Ignored, and
there has been too general a disposition 10 adept without serious
question the verdict of the Ill-informed and of tbe constitutional knocker,
This condition ol affairs is now
quickly passing away. Thanks to
the activities nl boards of trade and
llu* press, Hn- woifd at large is be
coming accurately Informed as to tho
agricultural resources nr the Kast
Koolenay district and within the
next few years we tuny confidently
anticipate an enormous expansion in
the agricultural activities af this
section. The good work must be kept
up Intelligently and persistently, and
io (his end the Herald Invites renew*
id co-operation on Hie part nf thosi
Interested. Ont columns are always
open tn publication nf fads thai tell
<>f Kasl Kootonny's unrivalled po
lent lal i tics, and wc want nothing hui
ilu- fads.
Kootenay arc only just beginning to
be recognized and appreciated, Air.
Stevenson predicts Hurt within a
short lime lhe farmers of the
trict will be producing small
potatoes, and ether vegetable!
supply local demands, At the p
time hundreds of cars ol this
nl produce aie imported to me*
demand*.
dls-
fruits,
3 tn
resent
class
t this
Cranbrook as a
Wholesale Center
The Herald recently has devoted a
git-mi deal nt ailnili-n, lo th,- ('ran
brook Jobbers Ltd,, recognizing in
ihe establishment ol tin*, undertaking
.in linportnirt   move  in the commer
(-till   interests   nf     the city nf Cl.ili-
brook, Now lhal Hie new linn are
comfortably established in their
liiiii'lsouic quartei's mi Van Home
avenue, ami business is assuming wel
ordered Uucp, il may lie nf interest
i,i make further reference to the new
enterprise.
Willi regard tn the headquarters ol
the Cranbrook .Jobbers, Ltd, alread)
described in gome detail in these
coltimns, it may be suid that few, [|
any, wholesale linns iu the west, are
more conveniently located than ibis
new local firm.
The handsome concrete blnek on
Van Home avenue affords accommodation for a very large stock 0!
goohs The basement, 115x50 ft.,
alone affords storage for upwards ol
one hundred cars of goods. This hits.'
meiil is fitted up in every way sn as
m afford Hm lust facilities fnr storage nf goods ami quick transhipment
ol saint*. The same may he saitl 0
the liist floor, where are located iln
offices ami sample im-ms, as well as
a lame area dcVOtCtl  tn storage      nt
goods In every parlleulai ihe ut
most rait- has luen taken tn provide
labor ami llme-savlng devices in the
handling of stock,
The handsome private office of managing dlrcctoi 0, P, Stevenson is
connected by phone with e/crj
branch, so that he is In close touch
with, uml can t*ti-p constant over
igbt of. even move In Ibe bit
building.
\ c P It. spur track gives the
building dose transportation connec
Llotlt, Thru* cars can In* loaded «r
unloaded at a time, In a-hiitim. in
the railway spur there is a (cam
driveway, for ibc rapid handlliiK ol
local freight After thoroughly in
■peeling the premises and noting Hie
many Up-to-date devices fm furlllta!
Ing quick despatch of business, the
Herald man enjoyed a few momenta
chat with Managing Director sieve*.
sou.
Sneaking nf business generally, Mr
Stevenson said the support accorded
the new enterprise, both locally nml
throughout the district, had tar exceeded even his nptimistic anticipation*.
lu reference tn financial conditions
throughout South Kast Koolenay
Mr. Stevenson saitl that in the territory covered by tin* Cranbrook
Jobbers, Ltd., conditions were very
satisfactory. Paper is promptly met
and sn tar as he could observe local
trade is unusually gnod. N'n com*
plalnts were beard and all payments
were made promptly.
Speaking ol Cranbrook as n wholesale distribution  center. Mr. Steven-
mi said he was convinced il would
grow steadily with the deveiopmtnt
>f the surrounding districts. The agricultural  resources ni South    K.c.t
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHUKCH.
Sundays— Low mass at 8.30 a.m.;
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
from 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at 6 a.m. at the
hospital.
Father IMamondon,
Parish Priest.
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MKTIUHHST CHURCH
August fill).
Itev.     \Y.   Klstm   Dunham, pastor
Sunday services: Tbe  patriot     will
pteach   al     11    a 111. and   7.,'hi p.m.
Morning    subject:     "ChritHliinHy's
Set vice of l.tive "
Tin- paslnr will also give a flvi
minute talk to the Sunday rcIigo]
scholars mi "Traps,'j
At the close of the morning service the Sacrament of the Lord's
supper will be administered.
levelling subject: "A Message for
our Times."-
KNOX IMlKSHYTKUIAN CHURCH,
August titb.
Morning service al U o'clcck,
Sunday school and Bible class    al
:i p.m.
Evening service at 7.30 o'clock.
Subject■' "A Message for tbo Man
Who is Down."
Choir practice at the close of  the
morning service.
Young Peoples' prayer meet ing   on
Tuesday at 3 p.m.    Subject: Psalm
21.
A welcome tn all.
C. O. Main,
Minister.
Turn Down
Gordon Award
I'KltNIK    MINERS     REPUDIATE
PROPOSED  TERMS OF
SETTLEMENT.
At a largely attended mass meeting in Pernio on Tuesday, which nil
eti the (iiaiul theatre in its capaclt)
the miners of that camp voted un-
auimo-usly fnr a resolution repudiating the Gordon report The resolution was very short ami unequivocal,
staling that Hie men of this camp
arc opposed in the ciHidititmt contained in the (inrdnn report. Then-
arc 1 tuu members in Ibis local and
the vote here will In* a heavy factor
in deciding the question of returning
to work under an agreement fram<
upon ibe majority vole of the en
dilation bo.iitt
PEROLIN
No More Dust
The wonderful dustlcss
sweeping compound
PEROLIN
eats tlie dust and keeps
the house germless, See
it in our window. You
can gel ;i large carton for I
50 Cents '
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, House.
Furnishing Goods
CRANBROOK,      -       B. C.
h'iawi?;. . iiBisiaiaiisTrsiaiaisHiaaisiara
I The Ad. That's Worth
I A Dollar to You f1
i'l .
i.i mny bu in this issue  .niul :i i?l
[I search of   niinuta may E!
I rovcnl it to you !
[,il     Of coursu it may be that f{
L;J there nre ails, printed in-ilay 1
I tlint are worth a (jood ninny |
I dollars lo you.   llm it mmlii ' j
1 to bo       '
Easy To Find
I aiiiiil.w.irllillNKIllll.l.Ali |
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I       Make the Search
BiEEiaai       . . "vi. ■ 'laisiaisia
STUDEBAKER   WAGGONS
at Ihe Cranbrook Trading Co.
High School Exams.
In ilu- recent high school examinations fiinr uiii of tin- seven Cranbrook students were successful.
Advanced course junior grade.—Miss
Kathleen Bridges,
Preliminary  course junior grade.—
Sarah  I'aliuer,  Irene Wade, Marshall
lliii ton
one candidate, private tuition.
from Creston also wrote here, hui
was unsuccessful,
AUDITORIUM
THEATRE
UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT
COMPLETE CHANGE OF
PROGRAMME
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
AND FRIDAY
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY.
CHILDREN 5C.
ADMISSION: 10 CENTS.
GUERARD  &  DERIEMER
MANACEHS.
TO RKNT.—Nine roomed house on
AiniNiii'tifT, avenuo, aboul August
Hill, nil modern conveniences, lut
ninlii'ii oi unfurnished If lit fm
riisln'il, im cliiltlrrii preferred. Ap
ply li"\ v., Herald ofllce.        M-U*
Full SALE.—Second hand hairy
bugg*. in use six months, with lir^i
"I run. cost HO.00 now; will sell
cheap,    triiily Ih \ I,
SPECIAL PRICES M
Lawn Mowers
Screen Doors
Window Screens
Lawn Hose
Lawn Sprinklers
Wo hnve received mir lirst sliihiuiiil nf
ROUND OAK CHIEF RANGES
These Kuuu<*s nn* tlio boat tliut ran 1-0 sicunil
and nt rlglil prices
J. D. McBRIDE
Wholesale Retail
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Is the buying
For your home
Done
Intelligently ?
Some housewives, harrassed to
the verge of nervous breakdown
by trivial annoyances, devote no
I!
j!
real
Attention!
to the " buying'' problem. They
buy when they HAVE TO--
perhaps at " the nearest place" —
when, very likely, better values
and lower prices are advertised by
three or four different stores. The
housewife who does not give as
much attention to a
Study of the
Ads.
as she gives to other things in the
daily routine that are of half as
much importance, will never find
any real interest in the business of
home-making.
THE AD-STUDYING
HOUSEWIFE BUYS
INTELLIGENTLY
She knows her " market" as well
as any broker or merchant knows
his. And she will never stop to
tell you how "hard it is to find
anything in the stores nowadays
that one wants and can still afford
to buy." For, to an ad-reader,
that is not such a hard task!
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• ii ,
i .11
in.
Herald Ads.
If Make Profitable
Reading
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WHMm«4mW««Ml|IM<<M>MMiiiiii<tl THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
The "Rexall"
Drug Store |
We Imve recolvetl a complete line ot Rexall
I'ropiiriitioiis nml will be >*luil to have you
onll iiml Imve n talk about them. You take
no clumces in l>iiyiii|> these goodu. We
guarantee nml Htimil Iri'liinrl every article
bearing tlm It ION A 1,1, name.
Vou will Iiml the best ".tore in every city
handling thorn.
VourB fnr improved good, uml better service nil ihc time,
The Beattie-Murphy Co.,
The Rexall Store
LIMITED
WHERE   IT   PAYS   T     ODE AL
Cranhrook, - - British Columbia    t
Wo appreciate your Mail < inters
JUST RECEIVED
another  shipment   nf
Platinum and Gold
set Engagement
Kings
Some ot the settings
arc decidedly new
and odd
Prices range from
$15.00. $75.00
W. H. Wilson
Jeweler and Optician
LOCALS
Hilt pickles nt Ward and Harris.
0-co. I' Henderson, ot Hull River.
was iu town during tin* week.
S, V. I'iiii'isnii das succeeded *l.
s. I'l-ek ns city tided agent at Ihc
C IMI. depot,
Choice currants fur pmening al
1.Mill- and Atchison's,
Mis*. Bessie iv, nf this cite, bos
secured the appointment ol public
school h'.iilii'i al Klko.
7c a day wit] buj ;i Alhgei Bow-
ni); Machine al the Slngi i Store,
riaiilmnik street 2\\\
Mi*, l' Paterson will ni i receive
on l-'ii<liii. noi ngaln until torthei
notice
Preserving apricots, currants and
goosetierries —(Hmspbetl and Man
nlng
IM Johnston, the blacksmith* Is
moving to Vancouv** i lo reside \« •
manentt]
STUDEBAKER WAGGONS
al the Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mrs William Marshall returned
l-iiilrtt lasl from nu extended .trip
in coast cities
Captain it Qranl rhoroM arrived
in loam M"in Windermere this morning   He l- a RUest   al   (lit-Cos poll
Inn boh!
ol ■luly amounted to H3M.22, and
tlie inland revenue returns to
$1112.1111.
OrtinKe Maize, premium in each
pack age.—Ward and Harris.
.1. I). McNiven, ol the Ottawa department rl tabor, was in town last
Week end, gathering data in connection with district wage scales.
SjH-ciul attention given to all mail
toilers. Hemetnher we arc head-
'{darters for fresh fruits and vet»*-
tables.—Campbell and Manning.
V. M. Mcpherson, formerly ot
I.i'thbriilgc, is opening up In the undertaking business iu this city. Ho
has secured 1 premises on Norbury
avenue,   adjoining the new city hall
A party of Calgary automobilists
is spending a few days at St. Mary's
lake, enjoying the excellent fishing
to he secured there, under the guidance of Mr. C. Hungerford Pollen.
Go to Little and Atchison's fnr
choice cantaloupes and watermelons,
Rev. E. P. Flewelling Is up iu
Nelson attending a meeting of the
diocese ol Koolenay. Bishop DePen-
cier, is also in attendance at this
meeting and will later visit Cranhrook.
Every home can have a Singer
Sewing Machine. They are srld on
monthly payments of $2.00 per
month, 7c. a day.—Singer Slore,
cranhrook Street, 2*1-41
Mr. J, Greaves, of Medicine Hat. a
son ol Conductor Greaves, ol this
tin, has taken a position with the
Cranbrook Drug and Book company.
Mi ant Mrs H E Beattle, Miss
Shortreed) ol Toronto, and Mr c.
li Ward left this morning in Mr.
Den tile's ear for Windermere. They
will return 00 Saturday
Weekly shipments of fresh creamery
ami (lain butter; guaranteed to be
lhe besi —Campbell and Manning.
On Wednesday, August 16th,     the
hoavj weigh!   championship    of B.c
I will Ih*   decided at the Auditorium,
when Strei'ler. the presvnl bolder of
the litie. meets Hod ltvan, an aspirant for tin* honor.
A meeting of thr Agricultural
Soclet) is called foi 8.30 this evening in the Cranhrook hoiri committee moms, There ^tiould in* a large
attendance, as business of importance
in connection wtth ihc coming exhibition has lo he disposed ol.
Tomorii w evening a lawn social
will he held on llie grounds of Mr.
it I* Brown's residence (formerly
occupied hy J. (t. Mci'aiiumi under
l lie auspices 0( KttOI Presbyterian
church. The hand will he in attendance.
When things arc dim, use Polly
Prim.    See Ward and Harris.
Tlie customs returns for lite nn nth '   Singer    Sewing Machines do     the
ABOVE THE ORDINARY
In style, make, material and  flniah
CARRIAGES
only ri-iii h tbe level of otbfrn In the
nun ii-r 1 il price.
Thme rarria-cee are litrht nail *«-*«■ *
ful In fipiN-uriMiti*. hat renitrkitil;
"t rung ami durabli-.
The U'Hi t-fpei ot buggim, eurrim,
riiiiiibtiutu, road wagnn*. etc., are
mIuiwii. Thf display Will iateriet yon
wliftber yon nre ready to bay or not.
REMEMBER THEY ARE TNE
MoUUCNLINMAKE
The Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
CRANBROOK, • . B. C,
*tMMMMMMMM«M-MMMMMMMMMM«^
ABOUT
iAEROPLANES
We know
BUT I
.J Iii regard  to repairs in Watches tl
m and Jewelry we know mostly all j
,,ij (hat is worth knowing.   Try ns £j
(8 wiih your next repair job and be S
ENGRAVING
in any styledoneou the
I'lL'tiimrr*
i.:        —-
I RAWORTH BROS, ij
H     Jeweler* and Opllcl«na     ^
pj     c. P. K. Watch Inspectors      m
ril id
fBli2JBfflJHJ35JT9ra/S/^^
work'. Don'l get out of order, ami
last a lifetime. l-.very house can
have cne, for they are sold on
monthly payments of $2.nil per
month. 7c. a day.—Singer Store,
Cranhrook Street. 2l-1t
Officers for the ensuing year of the
Aurora Mining and Milling company,
have been elected as follows: President, A.B. Macdonald; vice-president,
Dr. P. W. Green; secretary-treasurer
M. A. Iteale, executive committee,
l>. Elmer, -I. W. Pitch, It. B. Benedict ami 11   II. IHmock.
Little and Atchison, headquarters
(nr Hazelwood ice cream ami Hazel-
wood Double Jersey buttermilk.
Oordon C. Greenwood, a newspaperman, engaged In a walking tour of
tlie world, arrived in town during
the week. His wager calls for his
covering Canada, England, Ireland,
Scotland and the Shetland Islands,
foot, within Iwo mid a half
years, earning his way as he goes.
lie started from Vancouver, Wash.
Choice cucumbers and ripe tomatoes at Little and Atchison's.
Senator and Dr. ,1. II. King left
(or Ottawa last Saturday. At the
time of their departure the senator
expected to reacts the east before
dissolution. However, parliament
was dissolved Ihat day. They both
continued nn iheir way tn Ottawa
and the doctor will lie home again
next week to attend the nominating
convention in ihis constituency.
Lots in the new Addition south
of the Cranbrook tow-nsite will be
open (or sale on and after Monday,
the 7th instant, at the Townsitc
Office.
Judge Peclthafen, of New York, a
popular corporation lawyer, and likewise a large landed proprietor In
the vicinity of Port Steele, was in
town during the week, on the way
to his ranebe to enjoy his cus-
toniaiv annual nul iug. Tlie Judge is
a great believer in the F.ast Kootenay district.
Folger's Oolden Gate coffee, an extra choice blend, put up in one pound
tins*.—Campbell ami Manning,
Cuts ami bruises may lie healed iu
about one-third the time required by
the usual treatment by applying
I'liauileiIain's Liniment. It is an nn-
lisoptie and causes si:***! injuries to
Iteal without maturation, This liniment also relieves soreness of the
muscles and rheumatic pains. Fore
sale by nil druggists. 21-tf
The large billiard parlors, known
as The Club, conducted by Messrs.
K,■nnedy and Armour, have been
[1 uml inadiHjuate to meet the requirements of Iheir patrons. This
week the proprietors had tin* rooms
enlarged preparatory to installing
two additional hilliutd tables.
WANTED - A goml Mexican
saddle; must be in first-class condition and cheap for cash. Apply
Box 1, Herald office. 22-tf*
District Chief of Provincial Police
('metallic Mlnty was down from
Perntc last, week end to superintend
tno transfer of two lunatics to New
Wostminsler asylum. An Italian
and a Chinese were the victims ami
they were taken to the coast in
chaise < t Constable McLcod, of Fernie, and Constables Stltraon and McLean, of this city.
Special 2 lb. fancy biscuits 2.">c. at
Ward and Harris.
A treat is in store for musk-lovers.
Mr. G. F. Stevenson has entered into a contract witb Mark Hamburg,
tbe noted pianist, to hold a concert
In this city on tlie 29th Novem- !
ber. Mr. Stevenson has been compelled to give a very heavy guarantee tor Hamburg's appearance in this
city, but be Is   confident that     tbe
music lovers   of I In- city and      district will see him through.
.). J, O'Onra, architect, of Calgary, was iu town tl.is week in
connection with the Lenders fur the
addition to tho St. Eugene hospital.
The contract will likely be awarded
within the next two weeks. In the
meantime the Sister Superior of St.
Eugene hospital is gone down to
Portland, Ore., lo confer with the
heads of the order regarding the necessary finances,
New laid eggs at Little and Atchison's.
Pietro Lombardo, an Kalian laborer, in the employ of ihc Otis
Staples Lumber company, as a
watchman, was found dead on the
road hei ween   Man    illc and \\ \ -
cllfle, on Saturday night, On Monday Dr. Bell, the coroner, Itehl an
inquiry into tho cause id death, finding 11 due to iiiiiiii.il causes, heart
failure, Deceased wus bui led on
Tuesday Irom the Catholic church,
Hr left .1 widow and two children in
Italy.
Cranbrook will soon possess as
commodious a clllh ns any in lho
province, outside of tlie coast cities.
.Slatting wllh a membership of over
ninety, firsl class quarters have been
secured in tho Hanson block, Offi- '
cers of ilu* club havo l/cen elected
as follows: president, W. II. Supple,,
Iirsl vice-president, Ira .Manning;
second vice-president, It. E. Beattle;
executive committee, Messrs. It. Mc-
Crecry, M. A. Macdonald', G. P.
Stevenson, ■ !>. •'. McSweyn, W. E.
Cllne and E. Mallandntnc.
All our coffees arc fresh ground
ami therefore they havo lost none of
their strength or fragrance.—Campbell and Manning.
An ordinary ense of diarrhoea can,
as a rule, be cured by a single dose
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has
110 superior for bowel complain Ui,
For sale by all dealers. 21-tf
Judge Ityau arrived home yesterday from n very enjoyable trip to
Revelstoke, ami oilier points. Whilst
in Revelstoke, Mr. Ryan Investigated
lhe prospects for the successful establishment of' a branch of Ihi*
Knights of Columbus at that point,
ami was so well pleased with whal
he discovered that a council will bc
dnty installed there some time in
October next.
Geo. E. Henderson, of Hull River,
was in town yesterday,
A well known Dcs Moines woman
after suffering miserably for two
days from bowel complaint, was cured by one dose of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.     For sale by all dealers.     2l-(t
MACHINERY FOR SALE.-Con-
sawmill machinery and planer; will
tawmill machinery and planer; will
sell cheap for quick sale.—Thos. W,
Leask, Cranhrook, B.C. 34-3*
Captain ami Mrs. Taylor, of the
Ircal Salvation Army corps, have re-
reived orders to move on from Cranbrook to the Klondykc region. Capt.
Taylor will spend a few* weeks in
Fernie before leaving for the far
north. During his absence Mrs.
Taylor will remain with friends iu
town, having been ordered by Iter
doctor to lake y few weeks complete
rest. This evening tbe members of
the Salvation Army and their
friends will extend a farewell social
to Captain anil Mrs. Taylor on St.
Mary's church lawn, kindly loaned
by Catholic frlemls for the occasion.
A fine musical programme has been
arranged for this occasion, in which
the following well known local people
will take part: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F.
Stevenson, Mr. Geo, Thompson, Mrs.
Drewery, Mrs. I E. Kennedy, Miss
Kennedy, Mr Stephens and Mr.
Brymncr, A band will also lie in attendance. There will lie a free-will
offering at the gate.
All kinds of fresh fruits and vegetables' tit Little and Atchison's.
Do your washing without hard
labor by using the "Easy Washer."
Call and see how easy they do the
work. - East Kootenay Produce
and Provision House.
BASEBALL
Tomorrow and Saturday evenings
there will be two first-class exhibition games of baseball U cheer the
hearts of rooters. The Craubrook
seniors meet tlie Lelhliiidge ehaui-
piofiS and there will he brisk play on
each occasion,
Last night (he juniors ol Cranbrook ami Moyle pul up a fust game
before    a    good     crowd       The    final
score was    i—', ia favor of    Cranbrook.
The basotmll boys it-turned home
today from Kniispcl. They played
four games but did not maimgo t<
win otic of ihem. The scores were.
B_i( i_ii, 0—2, 10—5, The hms report a very goml time on Lhcll
trip nnd were well treated by the
people of Kallspcl,
TO RAY CRISLER
Take notice tbnt 1. DnvIdThomasKvan*
of .Movie. P.O., hereby give hottm Ihat 1 nm
iln* ■shtnfniroftl»*motorhninch known ni
tin*" Laura," tind that no other iiemnti ban
iin.v inter-?*.! whatever in tin* mid motor
Imini'li in tmv hh.v ur to iiiiy extent,
Kii-.'.t DAVID THOMAS KVANS.
EST'O.
1836
imXEYLON
J*TEA
"H.M.B." . .$1.00 lb.
"5 O'Clock," . .60c."
"Old Country," . .50c. "
" Capital HoumIioM," .40c. "
At Best Shops
(§0&/$<ffijmaM W**ys
Tlio Leading It ne in ess College
of the Nortliwertt
Where young people can receive
a thorough Im-im*** training.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, eOOKKEEPINC,
COMMERCIAL WW, ETC.
If in tension twelve months in
the year.
Nu entrance exatuinatioiir*.
board ami room at very reasonable rates.
We secure potitioni for ^onr
students.
Our new .beautifully illustrated
catalogue sent free upon request.
Write for it NOW!
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
1st A Madison     -      SPOKANK
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Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60* a pound
In c im*n->m..r,i'.inn of the coronation of
KfRgfieureeV," Kidgwayt" have put on tlie
iiurlct a cnr:niition tin of a m^t picturt-vjuc
n ni rx.|uitiie tlcti-jn. bear!nircii.'-Urni fort-aits
of Etinj George \, Queen Wary and the Prince
of Wales. Special pantM have 1k-<'1 tlrsij-ncil
r<'<>rt-<xntin|* (.mail.', India, Afrit**. Australia
j... i ***ew Zealand.
Only a limited number have been Imported.
l'i ut UUc. lor one pound tint.
At Meat ftb«H»
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SOME REAL ESTATE LISTINGS OF
BEALE & ELWELL
2| flTO   Alll If  I'l Nortii Kml Aililition ; 60 It front-
LUlu   UNLT   ntroi-acli.   All cl.ar.-,l.
$125.00 EACH.   Si"-'*» OaBb; $5.uu per month,
fi I flTC   lllll V '" k*"|l".V8''',! Aililitiou; .'.0 ft. front*
UNCLEARED. $175.00.   CLEARED, S200.00.   $26.00 Cnilt;
liuliiiici' $10,110 a month.
Wc imve THREE LOTS IN SOUTH-END ADDITION for resale at
S160.00.   *>° tt. frontal'.   All cleared.   Knay tt-rois.
Wo atiil havo a f«w Iota loft in Wardman Addition.
ALL THiiSE PROPERTIES ADJOIN TnE CITY
OF CRANBROOK
BEALE & ELWELL
BAKEK STREET . . ORANBROOK, B. 0.
m&- 5-ACRE IRRIGATED LOTS ARE SELLING RAPIDLY -***
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General Clearance
SEASONABLE   GOODS   AT
REMARKABLY LOW PRICES
Ladies' Summer Blouses
In Tailored and Lingerie Styles.    All  sizes
and materials, at Clearance prices.
■ - $2.00
$1.75
$1.50
$1.00
Reg. $3.00 value lor
Reg. $2.50      "      "
Reg. $200     "     "
Reg. $1.50     "     "
Misses' and Children's Tub Dresses
A nice lot of While and Colored Dresses
fitting one to fourteen years All nicely
made in White Lawns, Muslins and Fancy
Ginghams.
Reg. $2.25 values lor $1.50
Reg. $1.50     "       " $1.00
Reg $1.00     " 75C.
Reg. $2.25 BOYS' WASH SLITS fur • $1.50
Reg. $1.25  90c.
Ladies' Long Silk Qloves
Colors   Black   and   While      Regulai    $1.25
value
Clearance Price 95C.
Men's Summer Underwear Reduced
Genuine   2-lhread   Balbriggan   Underwear
In Natural Only
Clearance Price, per suit - 75c.
Men's Fine Cambric Underwear
Shirts coat style and sleeveless . shorl  pants
The coolest underwear.    While only
Clearance Price, per suit
$1.15
BEST BALBRIGUAN UNDERWEAR,
Clearance Price, per suit    ■      •      •      $1.15
SPRING NEEDLE UNDERWEAR, in W hiie.
Tan and Black.   Clearance Price $1 50
All Boys' Clothing at Clearing Price
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Boys'   Clothing   in   Fancy   Tweeds   and
Worsteds     Up-to-date goods with straight or
bloomer   knickers      Made  lo   resist   ■:
with double knees, seats and elbows
M<>/   Discount on All   nfl  "/
/o    no..,: Suits    ZU /'
MEN'S ANI) BOYS' STRAW HATS FOR H-.I.I PRICE
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Slore<
atrs."'ct'skkS
Why Get Disheartened?    \
with cooking thi w bol ♦
days when yon can cook X
The Daintiest Meal     t
ria-lit ut the tabic Willi one of the
Westinghouse
Toaster Stoves
l)u nr.t hesitate, an ii may eoel yon more
tlimi ih,- price of one in doctor'a hills
We Guarantee Everything W. Sell
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Davis Bros. Electric Co.
THE EXPERT ELECTRICIANS'
Successors to the Quain Electrical Suppl*. Co
Cranbrook and Fernie   -   B. C.   |
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Where to go for First Class Job Work ?
THE HERALD OFFICE. THE   ORANBROOK    HERALD
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
Tt
,,i regulating Die
„-i,in. Reluae
raa'a me soil] at
...ll.i.nil milium,.
'iitliarlnua. "ot
irnliv   &  Co.,
CENTURY RESTAURANT
THE    PLACE    TO     OET    A
QUICK MEAL ANT   .
QOOD MEAL
ROOMS TO KENT.
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|     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Money to loan on favorable teririB.
URANBROOK.BRITISH  COLUMBIl
El
Guardian of
mclquarters
Sntistnctio
ids of
JOE
Tin
MARAPODI
Sin". Specialist
| Ninety Million Stomachs |
Provenzano & Sacco
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBTOOK      -      B. C
p. o. nox im PHOMt M4
II  vUG  want  satisfaction with
your washing   send
il   to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
ripeciftl prices (or family work.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
HOME HOSPITAL
Every cure uml comfort
A home Irom homo
Special attention in (■».-■*?» i
Mutoniily, Rheumatism
uml Pneumonia
Tonus  moderate
MRS. E. BENT, Matron.
P.O. Hm I'limie
DRS. KING & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
iilrlca al RHldssoj, Armstrosi A..,
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoon. 1.00 to 10.00
Alteration! - - - J.Otl to 400
Evenings • ■ • - 7.S0 to s.tO
rJundars
IHANHROOK :i
1.80 to   4.10
i    il    h    B. O.
„,ia Willi ll'illi"-    '
every mom
Mini Slinpon I la.-1
T'lmroiitilily "1"'"
Rates, $2 Ofl a day and up.
U Kl.l.s, Propriet
DMKlNi Manager
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to 12 a.m.
1 to   I p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office In new Held If lock
WAN BROOK -       -       - B. C
BC LAND SURVEYORS
(Hy William At hertun llu 1'iiy iti lho
Scientific American),
Because one man saw n groat light,
liecaiise lie was a gfleat scieiiltst, h
greal politician, a great philosopher,
a greal fighter, a greal publicity
agi-'ii-t, tlm ninety million Imve come
in have ili-|u-ii:lalilt' food on their
tallies three times a ilay, Docause
this man lived ami [ought, the hab-
it-s nf a nation are no longer drugged
into degeneracy ami dealli. Because
nf his aollviUcs llie mlults nl a nation nre no longer unknowingly ac-
(|nil'hig -drug Imhils that sap Inch
vitality. Because nf tin* gtamlartl
Ills Influence has set in tlio matt or ol
pure Ii mis ami drugs a new spiiii is
abroad in ilie laitil which promises
in pul all lines .it business nn a las-
is ol honesty Uml they hnvo never
known before
Km Hi llnrvoy W. Wiley, chlel
ihemist of tlm United Stairs
departmeni ". agriculture, has
has s-t) wrough 1 us tn bring tn
hear upon tho every iluy lives ai all
the people an influence among iln*
greatest nl any man nf his time, lie
lias a theory ihal the man nf tomorrow is a product of whal goes into
his stomach today. Tic sit mil long
ago to make belter men throvgh giving Ihem heller [1 ml ami preventing
ilu* injuries lhal wore being dono
wrought as in bring to
them through deceptive drugs, llr
has encountered stupendous dilticul
lies
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook ami Fort Stools
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
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IKIWIATIIIN ENUINEliK
HimlNIIlN AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR
tonW Cranbrook,B.C.
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J.  T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.   and  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    -      B. C.
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DENTISTRY
Dr. II. E. Hall, D.D.S.
Crown nml Bridge SVork
u specialty.
•;: Phono No. 2tK)
Craubrook, B.O
Annsirong Ave.
Ami now, suddenly, liis enemies cxe
cute a coup that was Intended to
prove liis undoing, lie is charged
wiiii Irregularity in llu- employment
ol ji necessary exporl ai a salary of
SI,000 a year. It is recommended
iliat because ff this alleged Irrogulnr-
11) all tin* accomplishments nf liis
thirty years ot lalmr Im* set aside
ami that lu* he summarily dismissed.
llul tlu* ninety million have Insist
i't| mi being beard [mm. They have
arisen en masse ami have used pvcrj
organ al their disposal in voicing
thru displeasure at the disposal to
remove the pun* food expert. There
never was a salary ol $1,600 paid lo
an expert, legitimate or otherwise,
Mint so aroused a nation or promised
so many em harassment* to men hinti
in public life.
All this calls particular attention
to IM. Wiley, whose activities have
been a mailer of comment lor a
quarter ul a century, whoso personality bus given him n position that is
Unique, yet whose enemies, though
few, are powerful, fnr the iimney ol
all tbe Illicit business he has disturbed is back of tluiii.
Dr. Wiley is an interesting charac
lor. His father was nu Indiana far
mar of Scotch ileseeut who mastered
lireck unaided and preached thirty
years without pay. His sun grew up
on a farm ami became the champion
corn planter of ibe ncighborh I. li>
paid bis way Mirougn Hanover College with money he earned doing
manual labor on lhe farm. Later hi*
taught ami saved mency for a ye.u
at Harvard, iln-u taught for a yeai
llo in fame state chemist in Indiana
ami iu 1NK2 Investigated maple sugar
Investigations the United state-*
ivcatigationt   the   United    Slates
knew. Tin* following year be was
made cnief chemist of llu* department
nf agriculture, a position sn obscure
ihai its only duty was passing upon
ihe mixture ol fertilizers. This was
twenty-olght years ago nnd with lhe
prowth of ilu* bureau of chemistry
from fertilizer mixing la the supervision nf the foods ami drugs of o
nation has been tbe growth of Wiley,
fm he has tutu lhe bureau nf chemistry.
llr. Wiley is now a man ol sixty
eight years of age, a great, hulking
man, sin Iwt tall, weiphlun 220
pounds, in perfect hcalih ami appai
rally twenty years younger than  he
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Business.
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
pokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
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(EUltOPEAN
A iiim'Ii'iii equtpptxl Cafe at moderate
prlcoa
ll:ili-" tl.lliliuiil tip iii'rility
Corner ol llownnl si. niul Front Ave.
nm iiu   moi'la nil Iniiiia
The Coeur D'Alene Company
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I: CKANHKOUK-FEKNIE
FARMBRS' INSTITUTE
1 ' '        I'rcaiili'iil: T. S. tlm.
I ] |       Sei-retitiy: S, MAOOOXALtJ
I < i Fnr iriforiiialiiiii ri'irnnlinii Imi.la
• > nn.I   BgrloultQrfl   ni'i'ly   lu tlie
1 ' Senret.ry, CrRlilmiok, li. C.
' ' Meelintt--
' ! Every aei'miil WYiliieaility
THE BE8T PLACE
T0JAT
Alwiiv tin* lii"t tyuJilitv nml
(Jukk SiTvirt-. ltiiniiiPruiMen''i
1.hm li.   nu--ii I>u>' iiikI Night.
VICTORIA RESTAURANT
J. BAKAOUCIU, I'KOl*.
OPPOSITE DEPOT.
the lirst place he was thoroughly
aroused over the food question. In
ihe second place he was willing) to '
work night ami day, year after year,
on Hiis one job. In the third place he
had the happiest faculty ot tlio publicity man that has ever luen bo-
siowcd tn ,mi individual,,
llr. Wiley's grcfl'tcsl 'asscl III his
campaign Inr pure foods has been his
ability to got into the papers. He is
the must sociable man on earth. II*
is an artist as nn after-dinner
spi'.ilii Mi* is n clubmnii, Me accepts iiiiiny iiivii -iiion: i especially
win-re there is a chance lo malic an
after dinner speech. Then he talks
im ihe newspapers cblellj about pure
food lie has the gift ol talking iu
head lines. There is im eplgramaltc
sriisatinii ju every one ol his speech-
is. lie always makes a "story"
thai gets on ihe ii<>iii pnge, a
■story" that calls public attention
lo Mime food ahusi. The flame is
iiue when he talks lo reporters.
There is not a newspaper man iu
Washington who docs imt fall hack
mi Dr. Wiley whenever lie has failed
lO Hit lomolhing ll write elsewhere. It was through publicity
that he finally gnl his message tn
the musses. Tliey came to know
the dangers Hint beset fliem through
the food they ate, nnd ihey came to
understand the possibilities of removing these dangers. The campaign
nf publicity finally ended in the pas-
rage of ihe Pure Food and Drug
Art of 1000, which was put In opera-
lion under the guidance of llie chief
>f lhe bureau of chemistry on -lami-
iry 1st, 1807.
Dili   with the    passage ol tbc law
iln*    troubles    or  tin* chief chemist
were hul just begun. Previously   bis
campaign hgd inertly been educational,     Now is was administrative. The
blacklisting of n given drug nr u giv-
ii fond meant tbe antafloni-'.ieg cf Ibc
interests back of  that  f< oil tr drug;
Millions had been made in the manufacture   of    paten I    medicines   thai
made their reputations for cures   by
ihe soothing   effects   of   the opiates
ihey contained,  Tin se millions were
o be destroyed    b- ihc prohibitions
if Wiley.    Other millions were    he
Hg made in an adulteration of   various foodstulTs ami hy their preservation    witli   Injurious chemicals.   The
public   was being tricked by the use
if dyes and coloring matters.     Fop
limes were iiiaile by branding an  Inferior article as RomcUttng better. In
the aggregate    it  n estimated   lhal
$100,000,000 in Invested capital  was
arrayed against  this one man. Thai
capital    was determined  lo destroy
him.     His     position   was poll! cal.
Hig mono] Is   prominent in polities.
It has bum played politics in an attempt to    get rid nl Wiley.
A trial Involving the use of a bod
preservative was recently held in Indianapolis,        Dr, Wiley was refused
permission   tu •<• tu fndfanapcKs to
testily. The  court sent a committee
i Washington to get his omdnvlt.
"Do you   realize," Dr. Wiley    was
iked, "tbat the defendants in    Ibis
isc   represent   an investment       of
(10,000,000?"
"Probably bo," responded the chid
•hcmlst, "tut  if   there was al stake
iln* life oi Imt i.nc baby Instead     of
thousands, I would place that      life
above the In teres! ot tbo capital lolled."
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HEAD OKKIOK: TORONTO
CAPITAl AUTHORIZED ■ ■ $10,000,000.00
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED $5,913,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP     ■ • $11,793,000.00
RESERVE FUND - ■ • $5,793,000.00
ll. II. WII.KIK, I'ri'ai.li'iit. HUN. ROUT. JAFKIIAY, Vln-Flfalilnil.
Account! nl Corporation!!,   Mimici|inliliea, Merchants, Fit'iuera
nml i'riviiti' Iniliviilniila invited.
*        Orufta uml Letters ol Otetlit iHHiu'ii available in any part ol
, i    the tvorhl.
'I        SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT.-*!'!-''"'!   attention given   to
'   Savings Hiirik Account!.   Deposits of $1,011 uml upwards received anil
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J    SOCIETY AND CHURCH     I
jj DIRECTORY I
Interest allowed Irom date of deposit.
Wilmer Branch
#      W. R. GRUBBE, Mgr.
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KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Crnnhruok, 11. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
fraternity Hall.
.1. M. Boyso, Cl'.
F, M. Christian, K. It. St S.
Visiting breluren cordially invited
to attend.
t.O.O.l'-., KEY CITY LODGE, No. 4]
Moot! every Monday
"JE35   HlKlit nt   New 1'ra-
'"^"^   tornlty   Hall.    Ko-
Journlng OddlollowB oordlally luvltid.
i:. ll. rail  W. M. Harris
N. II. Koc'y.
Fruit, A«iiLiilturiil, tirn/inu tind Timber Lands.
Insurance, Stocks anil llonds.
Wholesale Dealers in l.umher.
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if you nre tt aiek itiini. suircriiit; frntn
uny disorder, wo can euro you - Permanently.
Ymi tlo not hnvi' Ui linger along BurTeririg
from ttiseuso, bocnuso wo nro medicul
sjH'i-inlints witli ninny years' exijorionco
iri'iilint; nml curing succossftiliy all inon's
iliscnsi's.
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Mcols iii: I    I    third Wednesdays
in .-;i.li iniiiiiii
A cordial tweption oslentlt'tl In
visiting linilhers.
Illliri'ls  .lull    Isl   In  IVr.'lllliiT  n I Hi
r. p.—11. tllnyton.
Siiili—W.   M.   I lai I is.
Dr.   Kelley's   Museum
2io Howard Street, Spokane, Wash.
48-251
I'rniiliriinli     Lodge,
No, 31
j,    -,        AK. it  A.  M.
fi -i.-4   Regular tneetiiir;! on
(      tlio   tliinl   Thursday
of overy month.
Visiting brethren welcomed,
A. ('. Shankland, W.M.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary.
MAPLE  LEAP  UEIIEKAH  LODOE
No.  111.
Meots every second ami   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hull.
Sojourning    lleliekahs   eordinlly invited.
Mrs. W. 1". faniermi, N. (I.
Miss M. Illckenbotham, See.
ASSAYOR
E. W. W1DDOWSON, ASSAYF.It
ami CHEMIST.—Charges; Gold,
stlvor, nipper and lead, 11 each;
gold-silver, tl.r.O; sll,er-lcad, Jl.SO,
gold silver, witli nipper or lead
S3.BO;   lino, K,    silver lead-'/lnr, t.'i
lli.riivui   „ mt,iv vvii,i>...;       Holil silver,      Willi    copper   or lean, in a ,-h->i.-.i.       x.
iiii'i'io ■■- t2.r,fl.   lino, tl;    silver lead/lnc, 1.1. H is  ui-iiri lask lo h-iiil lhe pull- |X
J_     -,   ,,   | ■■•       Prices tor othar    metals on appltea* throngti Uiose atafra. Bui Dr  Wiley [♦
(      I <'l Irl lain    WIQl    'Hon      I'"   P"-     I'D, 1108, Nrl was llie man    wlllt    the puiliculni    J
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THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
11. I.. STEPHENS, Prop.
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. 18.
Meets  m    Fraternity Hull Pint and
Third  Fridays.
T   Fraser, E. C.
M. MacKinnon, M. It. ami ('.
Visiting sisters cordially Invited.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT URANBROOK, 8013
Meets in Carmen's Hull Second ami
Fourth Thursday t.f each month at 8
(i.m. sharp.
Wm. Anderson, Chic! Ranger,
L. Bent, Secretary
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER 01*' FORESTERS,
Meets in Carmen's Hall first ami
third Thursday ul each month at
X p.m. sharp.
Mrs.  Lulu I lay ward,  Kcc. Sec.
W. B. McFnrlanc, Chlel Ranger.
\isititij; brethren made welcome,
CRANBROOK LAM) DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   SOUTHERN   DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE Ihat Waller Pol-
ten, <( London, Eng., occupation
\gcnt, Intends to apply for pt-nnls-
siiiu la purchosc ihe riillnwln^ described lands;
Commencing at a post plautetl Rn
chains Booth ami li>n t-halns easl nl
the si-:, corner of Lol *v."n, thence
RQ chains s« nth; Lhonco su chains
east; I hence mi chains imrih, thence
*<ii chains  wesl t-» llu* plan* ii com-
mencctnrnt.
J, Illake.
Dated   luly 7th, WIL 33flt
1 Imperial Bank of Canada j
• MBAD OFFICE: TORONTO »
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED - $10,000,000.00
CAI'lTAL SUBSCRIBED ■ $5,913,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP     - - 5.793,000.00
RESERVE FUND         - - 5,793000.00
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Soon after Dr. Wiley became as-
soclatcd with ihe departmeni nt ag-
rlcultvra he iiri.titi his pure food In*
rootigationi. In imliuiia had been
born an ambition which was nothing
less lhal) giving lhe peuple    uf     the
nation honest food. Everywhere there
was deception   in ihe things    Mail
were ■old.    If one I nM pepper it
was eighty per i-oiit ground up riietla
If     one  l**iiii*lil    nu at  it    was "em
balnwl." if one bough I Iruil it ros
pickled in injurious chemicals, if one
boughl proprietary medicine it mit-bi
have any auiuunl ut opiates in il
without his knowledge. There wn.** no
dependence to i-,- placed iu labels and
names Wherever money was to be
inaiie through deception, deception
was being praotlced. The whole
people bought, as food, substances
with little nourlKhtnenl in them
More than Ihat, they were being deceived into putting things Into their
stomachs that were crylngly Injur*
inns to them.
The neoulc did mil know this. Tliey . _
were     busy     wilh oilier Hunt's ami j T
little Intcresrtcd In being told.   Even |
when convinced   they did nut     know
wltal u> do aboul it. They had io be ' X * .jp. i irtCTT J
intormeil, inlerestetl, nml lr*tl In a* I J _,_ lllV\UUnl I ♦
It is no mean task to lead Ihe put
SALESMAN  WANTED
\\V «mil i>  |rni"l S:iV«llilili   I"
atllniM liialium.il-Iiu* "I Nnrxr.,
Klnrt in I:".I Ki.'il.riri.v I Wr.1
K in,r l Il.a.   Sli''-a uiinr
n ||r« I     I Ita   ml ■ .illitliiwiitn.
»AK;»A VAllEY aURStSY CO.
TopiWi.ll, • • Wnah.
I -11
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!! Gravity Water System
"       Is NOT (-Iving aatia-
fni'titih.iiryoiiiiii' r'on-
4     lomplntlnn now work.
The il> tlmullc Eupcrt
l,«l'.:RIAI.    HOTF.L
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II. II. WII.KIK. I'ruidont.
HON, ItOBERT JAFFKAY. Vlco.Prt»lil«nt
.        ArODitiila   of   C«r|iuriitioii8,   Munifi|iiilitii'9,     Mircliiuils.  Z
* Farmers ami Private Individuals invited, ♦
llr.-ifla nml Letters nf Credit issued nvuilnblu in any part of
theworl I.
i      SAYINGS DBPAttTMBNT — Special   attention*
X i*iveii to Savini*s  llntik Accounts.     Deposits of $1,110   nut!  X
♦ upwtinls reteiveii anil interest allowed from date of deposit.
z   Cranbrook Branch: H.W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
] Presbyterian eiwrcbf
STATED SERVICES       i
Suii.l.iy mnrnitif; larvlcc nt 11 ♦
o'clock T
Sutidiiy    rvpititij*     lervlca   at T
7..'10 o'clock f
Su'nlny      School   anal    Bible {
Class at 11 o'clock Z
x    Prcslivtcrl.-.n    Guild, Tuesday, *
! .a 8 uVlock •
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] Baptist Cburcb]
i Pastor, II. S. Speller,
■ Parsonage, Norbury Avenue.
■ 'Phone, 284.      p. O. Bos 267.
Itegular Sei-vires:—Sunday, 11
\ a.m.     ami     7.80   p.m.;    Bible
, School    with    Young  Ladies1
Philethea     nml     ToUng    Men's
Bible Class, 3 p.m.
Monday,    Young Peoples',    8
\ p.m.
Wednesdnv, Uld-Wsafe Meeting*
A '•oiiti.ti   t'l.iI'.tiitu weleooM
1 to nil.
t> -
COLDSTREAM ESTATE NURSERIES;
^^^^^^^    VERNON, B. C.
Have ti very lim' assortment ot
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Fruit Trees
Ornamental and Sbude Trees I
and Shrubs *
BUDDED 8TO0K A SPECIALTY *
All treesotTeretl for Biile nre grown in our own nurseries on
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the I'oMstreum Kstnto
V. D. CURRY, General Aganl    -     VERNON, B. C.
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Read the Herald, $2.00 a Year
SEASON 1011
ROB ROY
(liilll) ..1171
PERCHER0N STALLION
Will sliinil ut in.v rt>ucli nl
Wanlner. II. ('.,
livery Saturday, Sunday
and Monday
And ul  Mr. Selind'a, Hull
Kiver District,
Every Wednesday and
Thursday
This tioreo is well lirod
nml built, with lotB of iiowor
mnl eleiin bono. WoIbIiI
between lflOOlbnild 17001b.
Mures brotl by senson or
iur.iire Con) nt owner's risl;;
imt every enre will booster-
eised.
S. J.   HARRISON
Proprietor I l-lf THE   CUANBltOOK   HE TJALD
— Buy "Where the Lots are Selling* =—
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UJIL/nER
Windermere Valley
British Columbia
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THE FAIREST TOWNSITE IN THE RICHEST AND iMOST PICTURESQUE VALLEY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
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Most healthfully situated on the bench land overlooking Valley Lake. Toby Creek,
Windermere Lake, and the Upper Columbia River.
The Koolenay Central Railway, now under construction by the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company, will place WILMER in direct touch with Cranbrook on Crows Nesl
System, 75 miles to lhe southward, and with Golden, on the main line. 65 miles lo the north
WILMER is backed by the mineral resources of lhe famous Ptarmigan and Paradise
silver-lead mines, considerable resources in timber, and the finest agricultural and fruil
growing surroundings.
It is at WILMER the Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Limited, has secured
some 50,000 acres ot fruit land, some of which touches the townsite.
WILMER is adjacent to Invermere, the new C. P. R. tourist resort, renowned as Ihe
Lucerne of Canada.
WILMER already has thoroughly well equipped Retail and Wholesale Stores Hotels.
Church, Hospital and resident doctor, branch of Ihe Imperial Bank ot Canada P0-.1 Office,
Government Telegraph and Telephone Service, Public School and Mining Recorder's Office
One of its general stores carries a stock value for $40,000.
REMEMBER Ihat the Columbia and Kootenay Valley is BOOMING now. and is bound lo
belter its expansion with improved and now assured railroad transportation
WILMER TOWN LOTS FOR SALE FOR CASH AND ON THE INSTALMENT PLAN
Apply to L. HENRY MOFFATT, Rossland. B. C. or
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JOSEPH RYAN,
Cranbrook, B. C.
What British Columbia Needs Most
(By Henry   A. Stone,
Former Prat-   i
Trade, in "Onpu
t*iit   ot the Vancouver Board ol
Utilities.")
The killing of Hi.* soil for fatoro [duction line broughl tin* hardened
m-iiU was tbc lirst problem with farmer from Dakota to secure the
which man had to deal; wise pro-Isweeter fruits of labor obtainable
vision fur the protection and en. Ul Alberta, and baa awakened too
eonragemenl of agriculture has \\liXv the diplomat! of Uncle Sam
been the foundation of the policy to seek closer trado reiatioui with
of the greatest known statesmen to prosperous a neighbor.
Neglect of tin* soil Im** rrsuli'i] in j   Ami how about British Oolum-
tlii* downfall of empires; and agri-
eulturo fs no less to-dnv than ever
tho corner stone of wealth, power
hikI solid prosperity. It is thf
necessary partner of industrial development mnl the greatest safet)
valve in times of depression.
Egypt s decay linn been stayed,
her yours of fitiniin* turned Into
those of plenty* by irrigating the
soil. Of tin' European nations,
France is tlu* most wealthy, not jselw-B
through her oxcelleul manufactories or her resources, bui because
overy iqMra yard of hei soil in
urn It* io yield itimosttand ■»**■ nuse
of tin* Immense savings of her
thrifty fanners Russia's unlimited
agricultural resources foreshadow
her becoming the inoel influential
power ot the Old World
Ami whal has agriculture done
for the Nf* World I The grain
of the United States has been Uie
only coin with which the capital;
juts then have been able to pay
interest mi tin* enormous English
investments in railways and iudus
tries, aii'l Canada is paying in like
in tutu r to day,
Every wide awake state and
country IsroalisiuH tin* Importance
of this question, and Is leaving no
atom* unturned or opportunil)
|i.ihs»*i( over to socnn< settlers
Australia is receiving from Kng
land tlioiis.ti.'•* of [mmlgrauts
who, with government assistance,
nn* oarrieu twelve thousand miles
for U'tw en tifloi-n ami twontj
■lol lim, ami th<* securing of home
ate ids is mode easy for them.
New Zt'.daml is i-rvssing tin* ml*
vantages of her ollmato; Japan is
teaching Iht siilijeclR, now anil
old, to ma lie tin* l*i 111 give up its
limit of production,
Tho settling of tho great north-
West has rovoalod » granary of
iiiiporinl capacity, a stream of pro.
dtirtiou that  ih fast  In mini,' ;i
river of such onormous influence
as to lm tint controlling pivot
around which the hro,*nli>r 1 |in-sl ions
of govommoiit and destiny of tin-
world's greatest empire must
centre.
Tbe revelation of prairie pro*
bia, where nature has provided
magnificent western  doorway  to
receive tho products of the ports
of Europe nnd the Pacific Ocean!
ami man has created a great railway centre to distribute them
throughout half of ourooulinentf
These commanding advantages
mean a large population and quick
development of our lower mainland, nnd wc may well ask onr-
arc we providing for the
future need of llritish Columbia
in    agriculture I      Are   we   even
making any reasonable effort to
provide for the present V
Figures aro dry reading, bui n
few may bo to the polnl: The i m-
ducllon of British Columbia for
10011 wa<* $82,500,000, This Includes mining, lumber, fishing)
ami agriculture, the latter repre*
sentlng om* tenth  of the   whole.
Our Imports of agricultural pro.
iliii*!*. which two years ago were
$8,000,000. are now in the neigh*
borhood of $10,000,000.
Hetwcen IWM and HM our ex
ports Increased only forlv-flvc pt*r
rent, wWIe oui Imports doubled sad
.id'    rapidli      InONUSbuj Mi inn*.'.
■in largeel producing asset, bsi only
 •toed   Bftj    per cenl since 1908,
.imi   il Is    OVtueOl  'hat our tintarnl
i lie is csonol    Increase us rapidly
us nm Imports are Increasing,    We
know.  I i COSi tlml living is Inch,
andi thai with thousands ■ ■ seres of
tli,' nnerl Kn:*l of hay us well ns
other agricultural lands nt our doors
iik tin- Eraser vulh>y waiting develop
incut, I l.nt u truintoad of hay was
SCtuallj received at recent date from
tin* pn vlnce of Quebec,
Ptr Die 118,000(000 worth of farm
produce we Import, we are paying:
good p»W| every dollar ol which Is
lost to   this province, though it is
sorely needed (or re Investment anil
development'
Wr   lllll:*.!   Ji'JllClllbtT   till*  gtcat   tliflt
Cllltles of obtaining iln- desired object of wiling settlers on the ng
iiinliiii.il laii.Is of lliis province, lint
so absolutely necessary is It to
Mrillsh Columbia an tn aVmamt the
grcnlrst possible efforts to that
end.
There is hut little suitable land
near presenl communication that is
not held at prices that drive away
settlers without considerable capital,
and the easy to purchase and easy
to plow lands of tbc prairie arc ever
before tlu* settler.
Hy survey ami enquiry the government bos ascertained that wc have
81,000,000 acres of agricultural lands
throughout the province. One-tenth
is possibly wheat lands, and il one
hundredth part ol these were well
settled ami cultivated, that 116,000,-
000 inicht siav annual!) within our
province
A Urir pari ol these lands fs nnt
reasonably accessible t«< any market,
ami d t this reason tli* government
cannot and does nol encourage settlers to locate on them, requiring as
tlie*. do, park horses lo reach, and
rafts when rivers have to Ih* crossed There arc difficult problems
nt eh-aring am! draining, or Irrigating itnti building lines of communication Tin* provincial government's
policy is to build roads nnd survej
lands in tbe vicinity of coming
r.nlroads Ii  tins     already,   anil
wisely, reserved large tracts of
hinds in various parts foi genuine
settlers alone. 11 gives Imam i.tl
assistance lo dairying, encourages
frull growing, supports farming Institutions.  It  will. I led .sure, assist
any sound agricultural proposition.
Hut  do    nol   present circumstances
demand  some    mon* praetleal      arid
definite policy ol securing settlers at
once, nn tin* most accessible of
tin* agricultural lands available? Settlers, ii should he remembered, are
knocking nt our doors by thousands,
c, uid not n scheme of assisting settlement be Inaugurated, with th,'
brains and knowledge nml money at
tlie disposal  of the government? Why
noi create a departmeni with this
great object? Why nol select a few
localities, place a government agent
iu each, assist to elesr or drain or
irrigate, subsidise a steamboat ser-
viee or even a railway, [or securing
communication? Why nol get busy
ami have a few spots Io which
settlers could be directed, ami where
they could In* encouraged to settle?
Siel. a policy, no m.it(ei how ev
tensive, would, I (eel, Imve thi en-
ihivslioit ol every well wisher ol
this province. A g-'tierom poll-y on
these lines would be wari'dy Welcomed, We must never forget that
in times of depression we shall mil
always have the rapid increase of
land Values tn pay our imports with,
and that the farming Industry is
the least affected and becomes the
prop nf other industries. In limes
of prosperity it is judicious to
spend tlie money reali/ed from the
sales of desirable Inmls for the development ul those less aiccessible.
L0CAL_N0TE
An interesting example of The
Salvation Army's uiideiinnilnational-
ism ■ and ii**s desire lo help all
•lasses, Irrespective of their creed
■I beliefs, is furnished by a recent
en si is taken of llie inmates nf ten
if the army's homes in New /.calami. Apart from officers and Salvationist employees, and sixteen lodgers in the People's Palace, the
inmates' "religions" were classified
follows: Church of England, 196;
Presbyterians, t\'i; Roman Catholics,
62; Methodists. 12. Baptists, 11;
Lutherans, 0; Congregationallsts, 3;
Church of Christ and Seventh Day
Advent ist s, two each; and .lew,
Swedcnborgian. Plymouth Brethren,
Ituildhisl and Freethinkers one each.
Seventeen declared thej had no religion.
Something for Nothing
HERALD MAI* OF THE WOULD
FREE TO ALL PAID IN ADVANCE SUBSCRIBERS.
A good map of the world should
he in the possession of every family
iu Kast Kootenay. Tn make this
possible, the Herald has had prepared a limited number of maps, based
upon Van Der Grin ten's .-spherical
projection, published exclusively lor
the Herald in the Kast Kootenay
district by tlie Geographical Publishing company, of Chicago. Not only
will the Herald supply its readers
with a map of the world, hut with
maps of British Columbia, and Alberta, and maps of the Dominion ol
Canada and the Cnited States.
These maps arc handsomely lllumin*
ated and printed, and contain a great
deal nf valuable letter press, including a full list of the post offices in
llritish Columbia mid Alberts, biographies of the lieut -governors of
Canada, wilh photos, and a synopsis
of the history of Canada; also
photographs of the famous European and American polar explorers
and of the tulers of the world,
with the Dags and coats of arms of
all nations. In addition there is a
topographical map of the Panama
canal, with a description ol the
canal and the progress of the work
so far done.
This splendid educational work will
be given away free to any and all
paid in advance subscribers of the
Herald. Those in arrears can secure this handsome work, by paying
up back subscriptions and one year iu
advance.
Readers of tlio Herald are strongly urged to take advantage of this
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pur-
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Herald   readers on the above condi
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Advocated Use of Troups
TORY LEADER'S PROPOSAL FOR
DEALING WITH CROWS
NEST MINERS.
An Ottawa despatch says: Referring to the reported utterance oi
George Taylor, Conservative, Leeds,
thai labor unions should u* dealt
with my bayonet, the minister or
labor read a letter from-'the opposition member to ilu* house. It was
written at the time of the Hillcrest
coal miners' strike from the office of
tlie company by.Taylor lo the department cf labor. It complained
that it was "outrageous" that the
department had not Interfered. Mr.
Taylor added: "Mine owners should
tie allowed to import men, whom tbe
government should protect with soldiers."
Taylor demanded ihat the minister
read anothei letter lu* had written to
lhe department- Mr. King did. It urged that the "government should
bring in legislation making it Illegal
for men lo make strikes."
"Evidently," said Mr. King, "the
opposition member desiies we should
compel men to remain ai work
whether they desire to Improve their
conditions, or not. Tlie method he
advocated was- that used by the
Pennsylvania mine owners, who import men and use tbe stale militia
to kiip ihem at work."
RE TOWNSITE ADDITION
The date that theac new Lots
will be lor sale should read
14th of August instead of the
7tb.
ski: mi: ii
TO HIVK  HIM A NEW
STOMACH.
MI siniirtii iiii.-ris.lv after rating
.mil nn mi-dieine or I real men I 1 tried
si-enied to iln any good," writes II.
M. Voungpotera, Editor nt Tho Sim.
Lake View, Oliin. "Tin' first lew
does "f cluiiiiii.'i'i.iiii's sti.in.iri, .nni
Liver Tabids nave rne surprising relict nml the sffinnl i*ottli* seemed to
Rive me a new stomach ami perfect*
ly- Rttntl health " For Rale hy all
dealers 2.1 it
NOTICE.
IN THK MATTER  OF AN" APPLICATION   lor Ihi- issue o! a Duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot
0431, (Iri.up  One Kootenay   District.
NOTICE  IS    HEREBY    GIVEN
thai it Is ray intention to   Issue   al
the expiration ..( one month alter th,-
lirst    [itiblu-alinn   hereof a duplicate
o[ the    certificate of title    to    th-
above mentioned l"t in the name
Chile V. Downing,    which oertlllcat,
is   dated   21st   November, 1907, and
numbered thiha.
Sam'l I'.. li.--
[.ami Rcgistr; Office
Distri- • Registrar
Nelson, B.C.
23-.it .lulv 2(ith. I'M I.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH KAST Koo-
TKNAY.
TAKE NOTICE thai William Murdoch, of   Flagstone, B.C., or* upatlon
Miilinan. inlemls to apply lor permission to purchase the lOllowtng    ile
cribed lands-:
Commencing at a post rriante.1 on
an island in the Kootenay river, on
the north boundary "I Lol ;i-". ami
embracing lhe north part ol the i.
lalirl outside of I.ot .127
William Murdoch.
Oateil isth July, I'MI. IMI
CRANBROOK LANB DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP SOI Til EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE lhal William Hui
iloeh, ol   Fltf-stone, lie . occupation
Miilinan, intends to apply (or Dermis
Sion  to purehilse the following      lie.
inla.l lands:
Commencing at a post plant,',) ,u>
the soiilh end ol an island in the
Koolenay river, opposite Lot M54,
thenco   following shore lo point   ol
eolllllli'tii-elnellt
William Murdoch
Dated ISth .Inly, 11)11. IMI
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COMINC EVENTS
Leihbridgp Agricultural fa.r, Aug*
nst 28rd to 28th,
Columbia Valley Fair, Qolden, September 18th ami 19th.
Cranbrook Agricultural Association
fair, September rub ami smb.
Nelson fair, September 2fith to
28th.
Spokane  tntanute   lair, October
2nd to 8th.
rropitiful exhibition, New Wist
minster, October 3rd to 7th
LAND NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that Annie Mer-
lagtoi I Cranbrook, occupation
married woman, intends to apply I t
permissicn to purchase the tallowing
described land?:
Commencing at a post planted al
the  south ■ oal er ol Lol  100 17,
Group One,   Easl
■-..-_
so the   Kl-- bai
river,    tba
mid bank of th        I Ivei      a
lists
to the
Qroup One
west    bottsdarji   I
chain.",  mt to or   I       to
r.-nntnrr.teri.f-r,*
acre*. T.v.re <-r le
■■   -   Ui       '
Stewart M »rrl . Agent.
Staked May 27tb,  I'M I. It; 'Jf
COAL  VM) PETROL!    '-   i
NOTICE    IS    HEREBY   OIVEN
that thlrtj   da)   ./..'•: date I
o apply '
il Lands and to -v ■  ■ -  .
mission.-!- ol   Laadfl    ;'
of East  K
prospect for coal and ;• *
the  follow
on the North Pork ol     '
live mtU's nortti
Pool Branch of        I       '
Railway:
Comment i •   ■   ■
\   E. Wnrlond      tlaii
Intersection of the ol  the
propert)    ol  lhe Ci pa i
Coal    ■. mpan)    lai I
line : .:.!..!.■    norl
•-aiiii  being the Is f I. H
Preston*!   i laim and i ai■• t   '1   ll
Preati n's
10 i bait i w
north, thence I
mi i halns sooth    to .
nun*, oontali In   I  r
less.
I   ll   Pre ton, 1
Malice Lain* r--n\.   '■  ■
Located .Ions 21, I«ll
FOR  SALE
A BRAND NEW
SAWMILL
rapacity. 16,00   ll
Inquire nt   Herald Office THE  CBANBB00K  H Kit ALT)
A MILLION TO BEAT RECIPROCITY
STORY   nl'  \     MCI     l-'iMi   HE-
POUTED in  A U.N   COR-
RESPONDENT   \T
OTTAWA
The New Ymk Aiinri'iiii publishes
iln tallowing Irom William Hosier,
a staff correspondent al Ottawa'
A campaign (mnl is being rnlscd In
ln-iii llu- reciprocity hill. Orent Britain, Canada ami lho United sum-,
will figure in Un- ilii.v cornered lust
ill ul, effort I" encompass this end,
Kiiiiii ihc 1'niieil States will 'como
n in:-  contribution   from iln- lumber
try on a protective basis, will swing
,n with their slraro oi the golden mo-
llvo power.
Inlorinntion received here today
by members of Iln- Liberal party is
iiml from England alone there is »1-
n-iiily half ix million dollars on the
way. Accompanying il is a scries "f
English posters thai have been used
in tlie   campaign   there againsl    the
city sentiment. There is no talk ol
direct bribery, but much talk ol or
gnnl/ing voters und raising delegations I" protest.
Something has been Bald also
alinul lobbyists coming In Ottawa,
Sitine nl lliem are here—more may he
nn the way. llul in lhe situation
lhal exisls in parllamenl llie lbbby-
isi    enn   ilu   nothing    hui look on,
WHAT EVERY WOMAN' KNOWS,
movement to    make the enormously Wherelore Ihey    may as well     keep
wealthy peers bear a  just share   ol away. There is   nn place tor    ihem
the taxation. hero.
Tin- rich Tniics sir In tlio rcclpro- • ■
eily iiiiiveiiiiiii nut sn much a   blow
,ii ihe Itiilisb preferential as n manifestation    uf    a general    tendency                         	
  nuninsl the ruling classes.
anil paint I rusts.    Tlie protected in  j    Tlnl motives ol llie paper and linn- No woman enn decorate her    hair
leu-sis ui Canada will contribute    a   hot   trusts III    tlie Stales are  easy wlin false hair in lhe shape if nils,
big sh,e,   while ihc latin  reformers  to understand. It is said here   Ihat limits,  switches ami Irntiislbrmnliloiia
nl England, these who arc behind tho   more than a million dollars will   he anil   mnWo 11   appear  natural. Hair
propaganda to pul   the neither conn-   spenl   to organise    lho nntl-rcclpro- growing   nn the scalp It adorns    is
right.    There is n grace nnd beaut>   «>
in natural In
mistaken.
which Is imt tn    lie   ♦
1 T
Newbro's llerpieide permits tho
luxuriant) growth ul beautiful hair
II kills the dandruff s°l™, preserves
lhe half anil ejves il lhe life and
brightness ul true hair health.
Every woman may have beautiful, j ♦
glorious hair growing nn her own ' *
head. There is im secret about il- I *
use Newbro's Ilcrpicido, $
Send     Hie, in   postage   Im  sainphi   *
nnd book un the Can' ol lhe Hair lu \*
Thu llerpicide Co.,   licet. IL,      He
irnil, Mich.
One dollar sive hollies are sold ami
guaranteed by .ill iln- lending druggists.
Applications may !»' obtained al
lira besi b rlrci shops nnd Imir dies
sing parlors
*<W&Wiitt3aMM^~*iSI*>i&**~**
ARMSTRONG
AVENUE
HILL S CO.
Cranbrook's Complete Ladies' Furnisher
PHONE
43
AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE
rtav.-as  . :.. ra;ift«msBt: :.i
K?-'JSM
DBBK13 Wam&B!l£&£Xt.lCSlSSi
Commencing SATURDAY, AUG 5th, and following days
WE OPEN OUR DOORS l-OK 01)1' UKI3AI CLEARING SALE OP
Desirable Summer Merchandise
PRICES am radically eul KKQAHDLESS OP COST tocITc-t a quick CLEARANCE. Copio Ip the sion- SATURDAY m.il
followinit iluys, nn matter what your needs may lie. Nino clmnct'E mil of I, n they can bo supplii'il from tlieae bnrgpiii imnihers. mill
110 mnttur wbnl yon buy you'll SAVE MONEY. Weennnot attempt to list all of those Bill BARGAINS, ob there nro LIMITED
QUlNTiriBS in many linos f"t lho reason they have beeu lho senson's Br ST SELLERS. We nre ivnlly wtUinK lolnkcn loss in
order tlml we mny have un nbsoluto clean up in rentliness for Now Fall Goods on thuir way, Wo musl make room lho opportunity
is yours.   Itolow we can only iti >'e u partial list.   Thorn, are liinuln ■)« of others.
N'u. I
Summer Wash Fabrics all at 12c. Yd.
!■•. Kin.   The sea-
iiipil together for
i 20c per yard. , 7       J
Aiuait Sale ".ZC. yO.
(liii'/liiiin i. Dimities, ttntistos, Mb-. The sea-
sin', n.'iii sollors all i"ruii|i'il together for
rupitl clearance    Worth up lo 20c. per yard
Nu.
Beautiful Summ:r Muslins and
Voile?, 19c.
Tho  si ;i;; iu's  choicest   numbers,    VoiIcb,
Linens,   .M.nlr.issfs.   Uatislt-a,     [tegular
pricoa 25c., 85c . 50c. yd,   All at one price,
Anient Oleurauce Sale	
J9c. yd.
XI). 7.
8 Ladies' Wash Suits at One-third Off
In Whites. I!r amis nml Tuns. Sizes 84, 88,
In. Must rill our rucks of llteso suits ut
one.   Only H left.   In order  to
 ku" ggggga; One-third Off
NO. 8.—
12 Only Handsome Mull arid Lawn
Dresses at Half Price
1*. ■ iiitifnl   Dresses,   suitable,   Inr   stri-it   ur
evening wear.   Blues. Whiles, Pinks, nml
Mauves,   Only 12 left.   Will not
last long at this price. tt If.   T>r\rp
August Oloaronce Sale  nail   rnce
20c. Ladies' Vests, all sizes, August Clearance Sale - 3 for 40c.
Potter's Famous Prints, J2ic. Yd.
J2!c. yd.
I pi 9 Poller's Prints, ill liulil uml dark
eulurs    liniiMiiteiil nlisulul.-ly fast colors
Mil I I'lenr .it •('.
August t'learauee Sale
Ml.
Lawn Waist Special, $1.50
I'.-nitifiii I'jiiibroidored Waists.    All sizes in
Ihis lul up lo 12   Splendid values ill $2.00
a 11 $2.2'i.   Will nol Inst lona nl lliis price.
AugUBt I'learanr-e Sali
$1.50
XI I. II.
40c. Lace Lisle Hose, Special, 25c. pr.
25c. pr.
Bonutiful even thread. Lustrous liuish.
Whites. Blacks mnl T.-iiis. All si/.es. Been
Belling righl along at llle. pair.
August Clearance Sale „_.
Xi >. in.
lu Blanks,Pinks,Ox Bloods, Pale Bines. All
siv.es iii this Int. I.uv iu your school sup.
ply of hosiery now. Rognlni prices line, lo
lOo. pair.
August rlelirilliee Sale
25c. pr.
\ 30c. and 35c. Hair Rolls, all colors, August Clearance Sale, 19c.
White Underskirt Special, 99c.
Si .in.* uf tins.- slightly soiled, Trimmed with
iltfttp embroidery (bunco,    Also dust frill.
Worth in n-u'iilitr way $1.26 tn $1.60.
August Clearance Suit:
99c.
XII. il.
Corset Cover Special, 39c. Each
39c. each
I.'ie.-   Triinmed,    Embroidery    Trimmed.
Several ditforen!   styles    Iteguhir prices
All at ime price.
."llle, li, li'ii
AugUBt Clearance Side
NO, II.
Ladies' Low Shoes at 25 per Cent.
Discount
The balance nf mir stock »f I,""' Slims in
Pumps uml Oxfords, Tans. Kills. Patent
l.enlliers ami  Gun   Metal.    Sizes
are broken. Ynur si/e in sum" line. ***r _   ^f""** — l /"iff.
August Olonn o Sale ZOperUent.Utt
NO. 12. -
Chadren's White Leather Sandals,
$1.00 pr.
All sues in While Sumliils. Cool anil neat
fnr the Mule follows. Selling all Benson ut
$1.13 lo $1.(10,   All at ime price.
Angnst Sale
$1.00 pr.
Wash Belts, all sizes, August Clearance Price
23c.
if
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This is a
Discount
but not a
Bargain
Sale
The
Campbell's
Clothing
trade mark is pul on
one )<radi* of clothing
only: the honest kind
that wears you well
and gives you satisfaction,
So that whether
you buy Campbell's
Clothing when the
season first opens or
are fortunate enough
to wait until our discount sale — the
clothes you gel will
be the same in materials, workmanship
and wear.
♦
20 % Discount on
all Clothing
Special Oxford Shoe
Sale, $3.50
Any Oxford in our store on
Sale for Two Weeks
Boys' and Girls' Heavy Ribbed School
Hose, 25c. pr.
COMMENCING SATURDAY, AUC. 5, AND F0LL0WINC DAYS |
| THE FINK MERCANTILE CO., Limited cTcc,K  :
♦ *
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We Solicit Your Orders and enquiries X
for I
1
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HEAVY HARDWARE
COAL MINE
SAW MILL
BUILDERS'
IRON AND STEEL
EJPPLIES
MACHINERY J
  J
COHTRACTORS' ♦
BLACKSMITHS' %
PLUMBERS' |
PKOMPT SHIPMENT
LOWEST   PRICES
5
5NNIS
The .nm ,,ii Miiriialiii'lit, llniliT tin- ' 5
.inspires ill iln- Cranhrook Tennis ! <>
club, Iiu'- been in progrtwi tbrougb- , ***
mil llir week ami will likely continue ' «>
aniilliri wiik nr tin iluys. f^T^
I'll,'  IVsillls   In lllllr  llli'  IIS  [llllOWS:
Mt:\'s SINOLES
lli-.il.' is, llr.   Hill, 0—1, ii-,1,    in
I.in,I   nl 11, ,;lr
Wallingoi i-    llMiiinii, n-2, f,-2,
in laviii- i.i Wallingcr.
Plcwclllng \s. (ini.l, ti-i, 0—3,  in
I.IM.I   Ul   lililll.
WalllngCt vs. (ini'ii, 11—2, 7—B, in
Invor nl Walllnger,
MEN'S DOl I1I.ES.
11,11 ami Darrcll is. I'uck nml Iln
u.niii, 1—0, 8—0, B—0, in Invor nl
i'"i'l. .iii.l llnworlb.
MIXEH nOUBLES t
Miss St'ii      ami   (iiini'il \s.   Miss   ♦ ^^^1 f>
Mliisllin.i. anil fock, 0-0, ti—'-. 0—li   ********************************************
in Invor   nf   Miss   Service mnl (Inr-   —       - — 	
„•„. I"
I.AIUKS SINGLES
Mis   Iiml' is.    Miss Service, 0—1,
H-l, in lavoi ul Mrs   Iiniii'.
Vrmstrong nml t'nek, 0—0, ti—s, 0—1
8—1, in lav,,r nl Miss Erlckson.
Miss   Arnwtroog   vs.   Mis    Boale,
Miss [jiik-un vs. Mi's I've, 8—0,
trmstrong,
LADIES DOUBLES
Miss l-;rirlisim nml Misa I've vs
Miss Armslrong mnl Mis. Benin,
ii-:l,il-'i,     in lavor   "I   Mis Ann-
Rtrong nml   Mis.   llr.ill-.
J. D. TURNEY AND COMPANY
Oilier : Hull Block Telephone 7gJ
LETHBRIDQE, ALTA.
Kootenay Telephone Lines, Limited
SUBSCMBERS ADDED
Buy it now.  Now is tlio llmo   t"
liny  n  I..,Ill;'  .1  I'liainl.. I Iain's  CollC,
Cholera mnl Diarrhoea Kunulv. li i
almost oortatn   in in- nowlcl liorore
tbo slimmer is over. This remnly linsl
nu   superior.   Por solo by all   deal- (**j;*vt*E'*(! ,t(
era. 2:1 II
t'nllolian, Mrs   Mary 	
  Reahlciiec
,:is
Conservative Assnelatioii ..
■I'lininiillrr Room.
2:1:1
Mil'liiis.iii. Iv M	
  Iniliilal'i'i
211,1
Liberal Aasoeinlion 	
. .I'limniill'i' II	
277
II..).1, .1   I'	
  ItcsUuimiil
.III,',
    Ul'siill'lli.
MINERAL ACT.
FIGS
An* a valuable aad nuttltloua laxa-
li\c. fruil, owing tn an active itiftli-
clnal principal.
Fia PILLS
contain tlio active principal ol PIfl '.
combined with othec valuable mcdlcl-
mt'iits, and an' guaranteed t<i euro
WEAK BLADDEH.    LAME    BACK
OP     IMIMttiV i:
MKNTS.
NOTICE.
Claodhopc,     Rose, Toollpn Mineral
Claims,   situate  In tlie    Cranbrook
Mining Division  nf Kast Kootenay
Pistrict.
Wbere Incatnl—On Whitofisli creek.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Clement llun
gertord Pollen, Free Miner's (Vrtiii-
fitte No* 3732.IH. inlemls, sixty days
frum date   hereof, to apply to      the
AnoduaLKBS ,,^^,^°Alt *5iJ!—^ «*? -1
ail dcalors Ufjc.   pet box, ur The Pig
PHI Co., St. Tbomos, (»nt.
Siiiit ami   recommended     by   Tlici
Cranbrook Drug ami Book Co., Ltd. |
mm*mmLn&<?ii*m*&2>i\ ixu^ists.
Impritvenientsi lor the pnrpn.se       of
obtaining Cro«n Q-rants nf the abeve
rlalnis.
Ami   further take notice tbat    nc-
tion, under section 37, mast In* com
menced   before    lira Ismtanrc "t sneb
('eitiiicate nf Improvements
Dated tills   lllll da) nt July, A II
nu. ' aa-r,i
CHANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
DlSTIUOT OP   SOUTHERN   DIVl
SION, MAST KOOTENAY,
TAKE NOTICE lhal Stephen Pollen, uf Loudon, Eng., ocoiipntion l»i
rector, intends, tn apply for, pi'iinis
shut to purcbate lhe following des*
iiitit'd hinds:
Commencing nl a post planted at
tliu S.E. corner of l.nt WlVO; ihentv
: m chains  north; thenco so   chains
■ast; tbencc so eh.iiut south; thenco
80 chains west to the place of coin
mencement.
.1. Illake.
Itated July (lib, 1911. 32-01

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