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Array THE
HERALD.
VOLUMK   II
CltAMIItOOK,   HUITISll  COLUMHIA,   THURSDAY,   SEI'TKMBKIl   10. 1908
NO.
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Imperial Bank oi Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST -      -     .   *.      -
$10,000,000
$-1,921,000
$4.*»2i,000
Savings Rank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits (rom date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM. Mgr.
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
■ 111, OFFICII, TOU.IN'I'.I
KSTA1IIISIIFD IMT
« i. walker, president I Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
aim. uim, G.i,mi Mua-jer       | Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES
DRAFTS AND  MONEY ORDERS sokl, and money traiuferred by
telegraph or letter.
COLLECTIONS mack* in all parts of Canada and in foreign countries.
FOREIGN BUSINESS.    Cheques and drafts on the United States,
Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and told. •"*
R. T. Brymner, flanager Cianbrook Branch
BEALE & ELWELL
Ojfor tlio fojlowinti Simps fnr qiik'k Snle.   Smull cash
hm I iiiimthly pnvnii'iils con lie ntrniigcd.
5-ROOMED COTTACE - $900
N',',,1* s,*l I,   Only ivciiil.v biiill.
6-R00MED DWELLING, $1000
Two Story,   On link,*r Ilill.   All M,,,l,*n, Improvements
Wu lmve a l',*» Houses lo Lei    Call nn-1 at* our List.
Beale  & Elwell
RE41. ESI ATI-:
CRANHROOK, B. C.
THE WiriTER WILL
SOON   BE  HERE
Mora lin-8 ,,,*,*ni* in Llie vvintor il,.*u, tin- summer.   A
few tlollnrs invest,*,1 now in an
Insurance Policy
will save lots ,,f Iroubli) later   800
ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
I'he Insurance Men
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i BIRTH   STONES
The SAPPHIRE '-   ""'  I'1'"'  i-t„ne lor Sepienihor,
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Iiir a 1 inw "")>
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W.  F. TATE
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GLASSES
in timo Brtvo si'jlit. Notfloot to Iijivh thmn properly
cxiiinini"! iirty moan n lifetime of sorrow nnil n^roi,
Smull disunion ptrow moro seri-tSus evory ilay. Thoro
is H'tttflfflotiuii in knowing for isjhro Unityonroyos uro
all right.   Wo win toll yon,
WU      WIT   CniU Jeweler and
•   lie     TTlJU3VJI^it      Graduate Optlnift
LABOR DAY
THK CELEBHATION WAS MADE
A SUCCESS IN' EVERY
WAY.
Labor Dny liiis come ami fiono nml
may lie said lo have lieen a thorough
success. Ii had been tlie Intention
earlier in tlie year, to -Mil a raco
meet iiii', in I'ralilirook lliis fall. Tills
iielhi; the CMC,    Uio.se who are usual
iv in obargq of tho l.aiioi Day eelo
liration lielit track, not tvUAlng to in*
leilere in any w".iy With llie proponed
SPORTS.
Kernie K
Kernie won medal
Moyi:   Settlors ■
iors.     Cranbrook
Baseball.
t'ranlnfmk K.tis
uid, O. Ken, 11. Mathie, D. Mel.eoi.
MeCowaa. ^H
A GOOD THING FOR HOYS
KATS VS. PATS.
* 'I'i
Mo
e   .lunloi
C'ra libra
Cranbrook Sen-
m, $75      Moylo,
I'ranl.nio'i Jim-
?on,  $20;   doyic,
Hi.
Moyie
rHviiled.
''i,u,i,i
won, .VT!
Football.
i 'ranbrook—Tie,
Reel Race.
vs.   Movie-
l.inlii
raciiifc.    Km vuriou
law meei  wns cal Inl oil
al  llim eleven!li Iium,  u   was ilmiint
lo uelebrato Labor Day, wimii
itvei yoi.e   I. now*,     lias   ul w n]
Cranbrook's own day.    lt is     much
Ui lbe eivdil uf J,  HulMe ami       S.
McDonald tlml Uie oolebrwtlou    was
the hiietvHS it was, lor il wns llieir
eeasvless work tlml lhe eelcljiation
wnn nmle possible. Willi only a
week to work on ihe commitlees weie
formed and all did their .share lo
makb a success of every port ot
tbe nrocetMHttgN. ConsWering the
abort notice and lhe fact that several
ol tbe ramps in tbe neiphborh-nori
aro closed at tbe present lime, the
dny may Ih* said to have been a luitfo
success. Tlw sister towns <rf .Movie,
Fernie, and Wardner contributed
liberally of -their |K>|Hria1 ion to swell
the crowd, which tbronged t-he
streets and jiroiimls and everyone
seemed to have had a good time.
And one thing that- goes to prove,
whai the Herald has always men-
tinned. Unit ('ranbrook is an orderly
and law-abidimr town, there vnu not
one single police court ease tlie next
morning. One Institution that must
not be overlooked, lor it contributed
largely to the-enjoyment of the day,
i.s the ('ranbrook hand. Although,
just now the baud is without a rcgu*
lar bandmaster, still, under the
leadership of David Chalmers., they
did themselves proud.
A. L. -MclHrmot, tlie genial secretary of the Hoard of Trade, and the $j
inimitable David "Harum" Elpier,
rendered yeoman service to the management, which is most thoroughly
appreciated. Taken all tn all, while
not the largest celebration Cranbrook
has known, still Labor Day was a
Iium"" and successful holiday. Follow?
ing is a list of the events anil a
sta-temenl of accounts:
RECEIPTS.
Cosmopolitan hotel  $100.00
Cranbrook hotel     iiO.OQ
Canadian hotel         50.00
Manitoba hotel     50.00
Imperial hotel     fiO.Qtt
gueens hotel     25.00
[Fifth Mercantile Co    25.00
Lumber Qventfl
Lue. loadiiiK-Hnrrison
1st. xmhi  ('.mtielil
ibun, [snd, $60*.
SawiiiL'-ii.   Mmi and
as IM. $35; l>   Moore and C,
lum [ $15.
Tie making—.1   Nelson, 1st, i
('liopliinjt-.t   Moore.   Isl.  $21,
Kyle, 2nd, ?W.
Rocl) diilliiiL'-M      McNeil   and
Swan, Isl. $75.
ison   ami Dewlr
-iml    IlK.llielliin
11.11
I.
\tiii.i:tu' i:\knts
230 vai.Is oiicii—Doininlck) (Indian)
1st. $20; .1. nrcchln, 2nd, $lo.
Mm yards open—it. Manalian, 1st,
$20, .1. Hreohln; 2nd. $10.
Running brood jump—D. A. Avres,
1st, 110; G. Manahaii. 2nd, Jl.
High jump—J. Brechin, 1st, $10,
(i. Mannhan and ('. Tassel, lio Still,
$1.
Hop, step and iuiii})—.1. Hieeliin,
1st, $10; I). A. Avres, 2nd, $1.
High pole vault—.1. Brechin, lsi,
$lii; Sn mm v (Indian) 2nd, $1.
Putting lo pouiHl shot—R. Black,
1st, $10; .1. McKenzie, 2nd, $1.
l'nion mens race over 85—W. J.
Flowers. 1st; $15; .1. Ba'lhie, 2nd,
$5,
Boys race under Hi—S. Elmer, 1st,
$5; C. Noedmau, 2nd, $2.
Bovs race under Hi—O. Dulmage,
1st. $H; A. Dixon, 2nd, $1.
(lirls race under Hi—Miss S. Oillis,
1st, $5; Miss B. Tavlor. 2nd, $2.
Girls race under HI—Miss M. Keith,
$3; Miss (I. Ilickenhotham, 2nd,
1st,
HOUSE RACES.
Pony race,
under—Peach,
2nd, $5.
mile,
1st,
ll1. hands   and
$l!\    Snowball,
TKPEE BUILDING
Mis. Arnold and Mrs. Carmthers,
1st, $5; Mrs. Itutlev ami Mrs. Lindsay, 2nd, $2.
The Cranbrook hotel is
trom Halifax to Vancouver as one of
lhe best ei|iiip|icd hotels iu Western
Canada, and travelling men are ever
persistent in their words ot praise
for the hotel . uud the gonial proprietors. Yet -Messrs. HogpnrHi &
Rollins are not satisfied, and next
week the work of putting in a plate
glass front on the old part, remodeling and enlarging the bar room and
adding a large and comfortable reading room, wlll lie inaugurated. When
this is completed there will not be a
more attractive hotel in the west.
Hoggarth A- KoHins are making     a
teat success of the Cranbrook, but
iheir success is entirely due to their
energy, tbeir ■ willingness to spend
monev for improvements and their
universal courteous treatment of tlte
[.public.
FOOTBALL   AT NELSON
P. Burns A Co.
Bums Bros    ...
His. Kins iV Green 	
A. L. McDermot 	
A. C Bowness 	
I. D- McBride 	
Beattie & Atchison ..
I. A. Harvey 	
W. F. Ourd	
ff. B. MeFarlanc 	
Prospector Pub. Co,   .
Dr. Connolly 	
Campliell & Manning ..,
G, T. Rogers 	
P. It. Cigar Store .
Wm. F. Tate 	
Beale  a-   Elwell   .,
W.  II,   Wilson  	
Cranbrook Drue Co.
Bank of Commerce ., ,.
Imperial  Bank 	
Cranbrnok Trading Co,
B   II. Short
Oeo.  B.  Powell  	
John  He/all
P.   IV/all   	
■ las. Finlav 	
Herald Pub.  Co.
McCallum .v Co	
Arnold A   Bnherts
Miss Mcleod 	
The Cranbiook fool hall  team    met
•>r nn ,'u* •Nt'ls<"1 leum at Nelson on Labor
■?;!•*!" Day   in    a   friendly   game.        The
lineup was as follows:
Nelson—Goal,  Ritchie; backs, Taylor mnl Fear: half   backs. Wijwl and
Taylor,   Williamson    mil Skuce; forwards, Gill,   Robson, King,   Magnoll
ami Ramsden.
,. ,. .   CrunhiYmk—Goal.    Morgan1;   backs,
«" n Wllls"" il"'1   H,'Ui< lia|f backs, Burns,
IlUMt  CJtltnniiniES    and    McEwen;  forwards,
lEobli.    Rogers,     llciulcrson,  Barnes
and McLaren.
The Cranhrook hoys showed lack
of practice so that at half time the
-core was three to nothing in lavor
if Nelson. Crnnbrook .succeeded in
nioklng one goal during the second
half, which left the seme 7 to 1 in
favor of tlie home team at the end
of the game. The hoys report very
k(in;l treatment on the part of tihe
Nelson team and hope to have another
contest with tbem in Cranlirook later
ifi.no
20.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
1.1.00
10.0U
10.00
10.00
10.00 i
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
to.oo
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
fi.OO .
5.00 I
HOSE REEL DACE
In thi.-
Il
C.
It.
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■I.
V
K   It
It. s,
Hi
K.
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J, Binning 	
M. VanWormer 	
Kemp, Horn. Meat Co.
Manning 	
Mel.ran       .
McKinstry 	
Wordcn ..
S, Aikins 	
eh Stewart 	
Oodderies 	
Wolff	
Tickets  sold    at   pate:
Total receipts 	
 nt thc Moylo team play-
j.'-JJ ed in hard luck. When they
!>.00 £0) their hose atlaehed to the hy-
5-°0 drant, something went wrong witb
a.00 ([jo |„,zzi(. .uni jt waK impossible to
5.00 -,,., jj. attnohea before lhe watr came.
ft.00 -phis was. no doubt, due to the fact
;>-0fl that the Moyie hoys were using the
:*.fl0 Cranbrook equipment (their own uot
"•OO in-itij; in perfect order) which was
3-00 strange lo them. The Cranbrook
•l-^O |„,vs made the run in HO seconds and
.1.00 W(TI. named as the winners.
2.00 | The make up of the teams was as
1-00  follows:
 .'.   Movie—C,  A.    Foole. uiananer;  tl,
$703.00 Donahue, captain; D. McBanntd, lead;
$352.50   \. |>anderaiid. 11. Scott. A. L.     Me-
Intyre,  D.
..$1055.50   ,,mVl.K, R.
Avres. .1. Grant, H. J,
MeOuail.    II. Stuart, M.
Basobnil games ..
Hose reel contest
t'ranbrook band ,
Rock drilling
Pootliall 	
Lunil>er events ,1	
Athletic events  ,.„ j
Tickets* for Fernie Pats'...".!
Cranbrook Drug Co., base-
hulls 	
llrattie.V Atchison ...    """.'.'".
1 foothall, $5.00; | hasehall,
$1.50 	
Gerald  Puli.  Co	
Prosncotor Pub. Co	
II, II. Short, for badges   	
Sash A  Door Co	
To stationery 	
To Postage  .',.,"
Return fare to Movie' for
secretary  ,
Long distance telephone.
Movie 	
Errand Imv 	
P. Worden. watering: track ...
V. Law, for tabor 	
To four mens wages at ticket
eates 	
D. Fraser, for mie   tickets	
Tn .1. Ratbie, for labor 	
Macdonald, for labor...
.1. Elmer, for labor ...
.11130.00 Cranbrook—I. .   Brechin,     captain;
.   75.00 Oeo; Manahaii,     W.   DeBeck,    .1. C.
.   75.00 Xewmarsb. .1. It. Loninis, F. II. Mc-
.   75.00 K.iv. .T. McKenzie,    E -lohnson, D.
,   75.00 Elmer. A, Shankland. ff. Harris.
. 200.00 	
211.00 MOYIE     SENIORS   VS.      CRAN-
30.15 I               BltOOK SENIORS,
2 -K0 |„     the   alter noon    nil   the upper
5.00 grounds the last   maieh of tbe season
between Ciaiihronk and Moyie     was
0.50 played,    This winm finishes -   season
17.m nf liastball which hns .brought    about
15.50 verv    IwpiM    relation'-    between ibe
1.00 Bporlsmon of both towns.    The game
"10 was a KOffll one and was cnjoved by  a
LOO iore(. nrn,v nf spectators,   The result
1.50 unN ,, score of     IS to 7 In lavor of
the home team.     The names of   lhe
1 35 players were:
To !
Tn D.
Moyie—Ayers, Poller, Erford,
■25 Crowe. Friers. Pierce, MeCrearv,
•M  FuGon. Kyle.
3-nf*     Crnnbrook—Matthews. McKee.   WII-
5 00 soni. Hpp,|( DeBeck. Miller,     Sullivan,
.lorgenson, Silnson.
20.00 ,
1.00 I
10.00- BASEBALL
12.50 	
3.00 Moyie Juniors   vs. Crnnbrook   .lun-
-----------f_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_mK '	
  $1040.40    On the forenoon or Labor  Day    a
,«,,,        _,   verv Interesting nnd good game    of
HtHnr Slmnson. of tbe Herald, hall was plaved In'tween the Movie
kindly <ram the committee one half «nd Cranbrook Juniors on the lower
pa^rp a,,i. i,, his naper free. nrounds.      The game    was watched
The «n«b A Door comnany also throughout hv a targe and enthushis-
sunnlird the standards and cross He crowd. The result of the game
sticks free for the high iump nnd was 20 to 15 in favor of the home
vaulting with the long pole. team.    Mr. Stinson acted as umpire.
Hn committee plso w-sh to thank The line up was as follows:
nil those who so lltierallv subscribed'   Movle-A.   Crowe, P.    Conrad, E.
and in other w«vs helpod to     make Crown,   C.   Nordermnn,    11. Crowe,
the Labor Dav celebration n success.  R. Hawlr, —. AttworW, L. Crowe.
J. nntblr, Pros. Crnnhrooli-V.     Brown.  S   Rorth-
S.  Macdonald,  Rec.-Treas.  wick, S. Elmer, A. Brown, L. Stew-
,To the Editor:
!   Dear Sir: Will vou kindly allow us
to draw attention through the   nied-
.une   of imn nl" your columns to the fact- that
we are endeavoring to inaugurate   a
hoy's brigade for the lads of    Cranbrook, and invite all boys    between
of ten and seventeen to join.
The object     of   tho brigade is "The
advancement  of    Christ's    Kingdom
among hoys, and tbo promotion    <>f
ImbHs ol obedience,   reverence,     discipline,     self-respect,  and all     thai
tends towards a true Christian manliness."       We need    hardly sa'- that
this is purely on undenominational affair, and we haVe asked all tlie   pastors of the eit>- churches to assist us,
as they may hv able.       The brigade
IHvie   calcheiiS cott, 3rd headquarters Is in Glasgow, and was
MoMi'llan    2nd base   Bert  started in 1888, and has since spread
^^^^ '   to all parts of the world.     The list
nf distinguished patrons includes 11
It. H. the Prince of Wales and the
Archbishop of Canterbury, the honorable president being the Earl of
Aberdeen. We purpose to work
along the lines laid down by tfte
brigade mamtol which includes drilling
and gymnasium work generally,   and
The Kernie Fats plaved
hall against Uie Cranbrnok Fat's
Monday afternoon.     Fernie overcame
lhe   averduiKiis   of the      Cranbrook
jicam.    The Herald hns no desire   to thi
state the result.    The lineup wns as
follows:
i Cranbrook—G. Iloggnrlh. 3rd base;
P, It, Morris, right field; ''. Y.-andle,
catcher;    D,   -L Elmer, short ston
It. C. Phillipps, pitcher, G, Leitch,
2nd base; 11. Moore, center field; Me-
iK.uiane,  left held,  Martin.  1st base.
|   1-Yrnie-W.  ll.  Rokh.  1st   base,  lb".
jWrig-gleswortti, short ston and pitcher; T. Whaleb, center tield and pitch-
en Chas      "   "
huve.   I _____________________
Black, right lield;. II. Brown, left
field, ti. II. Blackstone, center fleldj
FOOTBALL
lie a run for tbeir money.
" 4 -
IMPROVING CRANBROOK HOTEL
HOGGARTH     A     ROLLINS
MAKE THEIR HOSTELRY
STILL BETTER
Movie vs. Cranbrook,
A good    game of association foot-
hall was plaved last     Mondav after
noon between   Moyie and Cranbrook. ... --    ---. n™*—/*
The bovs put ui a very spirited eame $ ooniident that the high aims
which ' resulted in a draw. Both Jta movemcut will practically guar-
.eams worked haid and gave U.e pub-1"*?**8 jJSSSV "'8" fr hav,>
the l)est interests of the lads at
heart. The drills will be held every
Monday night at 7.30 prompt, and
after six weeks, tlwso who are found
suitable will be enrolled and fitted
TO-with cap, regulation belts and haver-
■ sacks. We invite the interest ol
parents in this movement which will
mean n great deal to the boys if
reuvntzed tak(>n "l1 with the earnestness thai It ,
deserves. Those who attend the'
drills will be allowed to spend part
of the time in gymnasidm work and
will Im* instructed free, tm enrollment, a Ice nf 26c, will he made, and
the small sum of ten cents per month
afterwards (or the necessary expeus,-.;
of the brigade. There will be
nothing to pay until the bovs are
actually enrolled after six drills.
We are, Hear sir,
Yours faithfullv.
Robert Hughes.
Charles O. Main.
Cranhrook, September Sth, 1003.
BRECKENRIDGE-MOFFAT
(Wardner Correspondent.)
A quiet wedding was solemnized on
Monday, August 24, at 7 a.m. at St.
Andrews manse, Peterborough, bv
lhe Rev. J. D. Potter, wben Miss
Annie Moffat, daughter ol Mr. Peter
Moffat, of Peterborough, was united
in marriage to Mr. David Breckenridge, formerly ot Peterborough but
now   of Wardner. '    Thc bride, who
CONSERVATIVE    AND   LIBERAL
ESTIMATES.
Moat real, Aug. 29,—La l'atrie pub-
slrcs the following forecast of   the        *_______*____________*
Jesuits of the Federal elections, based I wore a neat travelling costume
upon    the  figures of government or-j blue cloth, was attended bv her sister, Miss Margaret Moffat, wbile  the
Con.! groom    was assisted by his brother,
4V  Mr.     Thomas      Breckenridge.      The
l\ happy couple lelt on the 8.35 G.T.R.
.\ train for their  future home in Ward-
g ner and will visit Toronto,      Wood-
5  stoek, Chicago and Calgary en route.
2  Both parties are well known in   this
2, city, and their friends will wish them
4 success and prosperity  in tbe west.
.|  Mr. Breckenridge.     who is a son of
i Mrs. Wm. Bceckenridge, of 10S Boutt-
_ dry street,    formerly lived here, but
00  Ior Tbe past four years has resided ir.
. the west.—Peterborough paper.
_______________________ *   Mr. Brwb'widgc and wife arrived in
\ CONSERVATIVE FORECAST   jWarilner Saturday last.   Here's wish-
The   * following    is   t-he   Toronto ing Ihem all    success ns to tbeir fu-
World's foricast of tbo standing    of.Hire healih and happiness.     Congrat-
the parties by   provinces  after    the .u'ations
„'iii,izcrs:
I'rovlncrs
Lib.
IllltiUio 	
 89
Ni-W Brunswick .;	
  i
Majiil<*l„l 	
  5
... ... 8
Alberta 	
 5
Hrilish I'olumliiu 	
 3
riin.*e l-'ilwaril    Islrtiid
 a
Yukon	
  0
Totals	
...131
M.ijontit-s	
... 41
next elections:
Provinces
Lib.
Ontario 	
 23
Quebec 	
  0
 13
New Brunswick 	
. ... 5
Manitoba 	
3
  5
Alberta 	
   1
British Columbia 	
...      1
Prince Edward Island   ...
... . n
Yukon    	
  0
Conservative majority .
Con.
68
15
MKTHODIST CHURCH
September 13th.
Mnrnins si-rviee at 11.
Sunday     School   and Bible rU-se<
I at 3.
5 Subject lor t-he evening service .it
:i 7.30: "The Drink Traffic and Crime."
,i The ratepayers are especially invited
1 lo tbis service on Sunday who do r.-r-t
1 attend any other place ol worship.
— * Tuesdav—Literary meetine bv the
:| league at 8. «
I   Wcdnesdav—Prayer service at 8.
Friday—Choir practice at 8.
  The Harvest Festival and church an-
"™~- niversary will take place on Septem-
Thero was a meeting ol the    city ,|*-.r 27th, when fir. R. B. Rvckman
council at 8.30 last evenlwc at    the will preach morning and ereninc.
council chamber.    There were present |   The Ladies' Aid wlll arranse tor   .*,
Ai-tini;    Mayor    Ryan and Aldermen s„nner the followine week.
Maker, .lacksoti and .lohnson. I   The tennis tournament is now    In
The minutes ot the mee-tinj ol full swin- and will continue all the
August 2'ltti liavlnn heen read and week. Members are rc-iuc-sted to
adopted, the finance committee !>«•- ,e ember that the cnurt is especially
.■Kitted accounts amountm** to , reserved lor the contestants.
t2H22.83 which were ordered paid.
On the motion ot   AKIermen .lac*
son and Baier leave was granted   lo 	
introduce    By-Uw    N'*»*J3_whlch is |   „   .,   roy,    wto h     b c
the City nf ^ranbr«,k debentiire hi- 'n<x.tfd wi(h th(, c p„ ^^^^ &.
law No. I. This bylaw is lor tbe|Mrtnlmt on ,*,p lwlst (or m ]ls,
iiurpose of ralslne tU.IHM lor tie flft(OT1 yrars hi)s resi){llprf ,,)„, „„,!.
,-rectlon of a municipal tmiMins. TWs Utm ,,, -ississant K™eral passmeer
Inlaw cannot be read the first Mme ' „, vMcil hf has held lor ten
until the nporoval of the lieutenant- v(,ars tt is Mr. Covle's intention
rovernor has l»*n procured. Alder-|tn gn jtlt0 h„sjnra5 in'Vancouver in
mar, .lackson moved and AMnman ftK, Kir lllhlIl. Mr. Covle has
.lohnson seconded a motion that bv- many friends in Cranhrook, which
Inw No. r,2, helnr read the first time. ,.*„, he has visited manv times since
This was done and the bvlnw read a jm, an of „hom will wish him
every success in his new undertaking*
E. .1. COYI.F. RESIGNS
second and third time and went Into
committee.
The council adin-urnr-d at 11.20 p.m.
>
DIED.
FIGHTING .IOE FIGHTS
loscph Martin had a one round c«i*
At Hosmer, Irom typhoid fever, on'lest with a O.P.R. policeman at
Thursday lasl, Frank Rogers. The Vancouver last week. It seems that
funeral Ick* plaee on Saturday lost Mr. Martin was irying 10 boartl the
from thc undertaking parlors ol W. S. S. Victoria while she was dis-
R. Ilraltv. The Hosmer Nest ot the charging her passengers at the
Fraternal Order ol Owls bod charge wbarl which, it appears, ir. against
ol thc luneral and Amlo Campbell Iln- rules ol the company. However
brought the remains to Cranbrook. the well known tiolitlcian took tho
The Rev. Main had charge ol the ser- law into bis own hands and alter
vice and the impressive luneral de- putting the constable out. was finally
olamatloil of the Order ol Owls was held back by three policemen until
read by Thomas Cole. The Owls lhe proper time to go on board. It
•have shown that they understand in is said Uiat a suit fnr damage may
a verv thorough manner, the spirit follow,
ol    Iratcrnalism    and    the Hosmer I »
Nest is to be congratulated lor what. WEI).
H bas done at sue!: a very early stage I __—
of its eilstese*. i   At Wyclide, on September 4th. Ma*
"   '    • tiWa, t-he wile of Carl Aleiandcrson
FOR BALE. The luneral    took   place on Sundav
—- .     Irom    Beattv's   undertaking parlors
Five square miles ol timber, sit* the Rev. Main officiating. Mrs
unfed three miles Irom Crows Nest Alcianderxon leaves a husband and
Pass Railwav, near Cranhrook, B. five ehlMren, the voungest of which
C. estimated to contain 18 million was bom jusl prior to Its mother's
feet. Easy* loggilw and down hill death. Mr. Alcxandnrmn, who is a
roails. Applv to Mrs. E. H. Hus* rancher on the St. Mary's prairie
hand, 121 Main St.. Hamilton, has the sympathy ot a large circle „I
Ont. 2«-«t« trim*,.
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Tbe Hf uld li worth $10 t
ikU only ii.       No man
. year. It
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Kail Kouteuay can afford tu lie without it, and everyone living ou-Uidts «f
the district, who is Interested m ">*
pr o« less ul tbis Beet ion, should read1
H It publishes tbe news while it is
new* It is controlled absolutely by
the publisher*. No clique, party ot
Isillvidual dictates its policy. U
duu't uy to please Uo people, lis
desire is tu publish a newapaper tbat
will lie a creillt to the community.
Stud in y«ur subscription uud you
will hf thankful ever atterward.
Advertising rates *1 per Inch per
mouth, no more and uo less.
Heading matter 15 cents per line
tu non-advertisers; 10 cents per liue
lu regular advertisers. ,
If you desire io reach Uie peoplu ol
.Snulli Kast Kootenay you must advertise in The Herald.
The llcrnld has a first-class ]oli
plant, und its work is of tbe best.
The Herald don't want charity. It
wunIs a square deal on your joh
work. II wc can't suit you in qual*
tty ami price, kick, ami send your
work lo some Cheap .lohn house, in
the east that never spends a cent iu
Cranliraok.
11in-ite-d Irom his latber, who made bis
monev as a favored son ot industry
irnlor the Conservative tariff, be oi-
pocts to boost trim along. Tho people
want tho truth, and are not to be
lead astray by cunnfnglv concocted
lories' proposed hv :in ambitious
politician.
Why is It tbat no word ot the
proceedings ol the Colchester Conservative frauds awl debaueherv appear
in Mi*- Conservative organs nf British
Columbia,' Are the editors ot these
uaiiers such servile slaves oi rmrti
hai they forg»-t what thev owe to
the people'' The MtMiness of the
Liberal election at 1-onion was bod
■Hough, and was condemned bv tbe
Herald and other Libera,! papers that
vere i»l hidebound in their partisan-
,hip, hut so far not a single Oonser-
anvo paper in H- t\ bas luid
the nerve fo raise lis v..ire in eon-
lointwllon ol this lasi outa-axe on
'aiNsiiaii Integrity and Cano-Alnti dc-
■emv. A thieving Conservative is
is bail as a thieving Liberal, and
vke versa. Rod i>H v Camilla il all
ilie press is to Ih- namrM but hypocrites nnd pnrfcy slaves.
In the New York zoo tbe keepers
re endeavoring to teach ilie monVles
o talk IS&gHfln.     Out in Hrtbish Co
in nbi a
talk.
there an* manv inoiikies*   who
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time.
Tlio ll,mil,l*-iv*„«ii,loll,ir
in value loi*:, dollar in money. Tl„, u.li„ili-t'i Iium tl„>
right tt, know wlml III, it,
leo-ivi,,*- (,„■ his money.
Tlie ll,*,i,l'l ,- ,„,.- |,a]iei*
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CIRCULATION STATI-VUINT
1, V. P.. Simpson, manager ol the
i'ranhrook Herald, do hereby state
'hat the pressman's hooks show, and
Lhat I ...tve every reason to believe
that the circulation of the Herald Ior
the pasl three months lias been
17,40*0 copies, dhided as follows:
Issue ot June 4   1,175
Issue of .lune 11  1,169
Issue of .lune 18 1,160
Issue ot .lune 25  1,17ft
Total OSO
Issue ,,I Jill;  2 	
Issue ,'f -lulv II	
Issue ot July 16 	
Issue of July 211	
Issue ot July 3(1 ...   .
...1,184
....1,159
...1,177
...1,176
...1,200
Total July 	
....5,81)8
Issue ol August G ...
Issue of August 1,1 ...
Issue nr August 20 ...
Issue of August 27 ...
....2,00(1
....2,500
...1,200
....1,19*1
Total August  11,8(14
Total lor the three monllis, 17,4(111
or am average of 5,N2:i copies u
month.
Subscribed anil sworn In liefurc me
this 20th dav of August, 1908, at
.'ranbrook, A. C.
John Hutchison,
A notary [lutilic in and for the Count;
ul Kootenay,  Hritish Columbia '
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OBSERVATIONS   %
i
J HY THK OI,D MAN. 4
Thomas   A. Edison recently visited
Spokane and toll! the reporters that
if he Was a young m-au hf would go
lo the wesi. Same old gag hv
.mother man.
Col. I.owerv has returned home
from ii visit lo the cent Mt, and
came alone. Tbat marriage siory
was a canard, ami the colonel's new
shin and clean socks can be put away
iiniii hn slope-, out enough pav din
for another trip east.
I'eep Show Ames spent twenty-live
thousand dollars to he elected in the
district that Ite represents, and then
he goes over the country making
statements that he was compelled to
retract on the Hour of the Itarainton
house. Mr. Ames' "effort of his
life" will prove a great boomerang
for the Conservative party, simply
for tbe reason that he is reckless in
his declarations, brazen in bis partisan presentation of alleged facts and
extremely weak in his entire, work,
as the records reveal that he has
selected only certain parts and woven
Ihem in an apparent whole to misrepresent the real situation. Mr.
\mes is working for a crahinet position in tbe event of a Conservative
victory, and the great wealth        In-
The Herald has lieen charged with
heing a booster for Cnuibrook and
tlie dislriet.    Ouiltv, vour honor.
The grain crop of Western Canada
is the greatest advertisement tiuit
the Dominion has had this vear.
Kvery man should bo proud of his
country's llag. but. no man should
make a fool of himself on lbe flag
iptcst-ion. Too many men.are willl-nit
l-o veil for his llag who wouldn't li«ht
a second to save it trom an enemy
A. S. (ioodeve, Conservative candidate for the Dominion house in this
ttislriet, spent Iwo hours last Friday
evening telling a number of (Vmserva
lives that thev should vole tbe Con
-servative ticket. That real I v seems
like a waste of lime, since those present would vote that ticket untie)
anv circumstances.
The Nelson Liberal has a libel suit
on its hands. The Liberal is jumping
to the front in the journalistic field al
a  rapid rate.
The best figuring that the Toronto
World (.i staunch Tory organ) can do
ii majority of three for thu Conservative pnifty, and no other renreseut-
t-ive of Mie party in the brightest;
moment of optOMisble anticipation
has been able lo increase it. This
shows that the Conservatives vlrtual-
y admit Premier Laurier will he
sustained.
Some of Ihe young Conservatives of
i ranbrook are already- figuring on
the post ollice and customs collector-
ship. There is no chance this time,
boys, hetter stay with vour present
jobs.
Misrepresentation and slander never.
won an    election.       Hut prosperity.
.statesmanship and a square deal administration has won many. That
is why the Laurier government will
be returned bv a goal, safe majority. '   	
Beautiful Cranhrook," is growing
more beautiful each year.
Some men remain on the political
fence until tbey hear the jingle of the
coin. A purchased vote is an uncertain vote.
Five dollars a wees invested in
CranbTook property will make a
Cranbrook booster out of any voung
man. Try it. owe aud see if what
we say is not true.
The man who expects to help himself financially hy gambling is the
man whn is alwavs borrowing live or
tea.
The British suffragettes say that
Iheir fall campaign will be more
strenuous than ever belore. The
Uritisli Kovcrnuieut sliould draft
bunch of those tool women into military service, send them to India and
let them tight to their hearts content.
Thc Vancouver World says that it
has bwn marlwd bv the "Svstem"
for annihilation. The World has said
things thut have not pleased certain
corporations in British Columbia, and
it is about the onlv daily paper in
the province that has been iiwkwnd-
ent so far as imwerful organ teat-ions
are concerned, hence there may he
some truth iu its statement.
W. \\, It. Mclnnes will he elected in
Vancouver, and he will be elected bv
Conservative votes. Thev plav politics differently at the coast than
thev do in the upper country.
The Herald's offer to semi the panel to December lor tweuty-llvc cents
has proven u great attraction and
iiiuiiv a iv takinc advantage of it.
To boost il along we will make this
aiMiiintial offer: To everv one who
Sitids in twentv names for three
months subscription and five dollars
in cash before Saturday. Septemliei
Mill, we will send the Herald one
vear free to anv address they may
designate in Canada. This is thc
last chance.
F. B. Helm, manager of the North-
em Bank at Calgary, succumbed Ui
the effi-ets of m) operation for ,ap-
nendicitis last Wednesday afternoon.
The death of Mr. Helm was a severe
shock to the people or OalguTV, where
he was a great favorite in business
;itid social circles, and the news' was
received in Cranbrook with great
regret hv manv here who knew him
well.
It looks more and more ns. if
llrva.ii w.is running in the right vear
this time. His speeches, showing as
they do. the highest idea of statesmanship,   have    done   much toward
oaiLviea
Royal Household Hour
Has Btooil llu* t,*Bl ol' years, Tliei'.- nr,*
nt liar flours, but none excel OlllLVlK'S
in i-xcHt'iu*,*'.   It liastlistluct ttilvjiiit.-it.','*.
Vou ,*,,,, ,1,'peful on it nlways.
Vnu can KOI mon- loaves from 11 (not of
niiii.viK's inivai,   imrsijiiiii.il
iium iluui any other,
Try nn.- haltinii ol ii uud In- coiil'liiceil,
ROYAL H0U8EH0LD  FLOUR
IVr BKuk of ItS Hm. 13.90
OCILVIE'S R0UE0 OATS, WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR.
WHEAT GRANULES - il,- fcrfeiil Uionkfii.l Food.
SKPTKMIIKIt   III,   11)08
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G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
Boots.  Shoes,   Hosiery,  llloves,  Mills
Crockery, Cut Ulass
CRANBROOK, B.C.
New Fall Suits
Our new stylos for Kail ami Winter Wear are
nearly all   iu.   There  are   some good mien in
CINDERELLA AHD McPHERSOH'S BOOTS
You got iiiiuliiy ami style.  Then' are no belter
hoot* niilile.
l.Aliir.s'     OINUKRKIXA
I.KATHKK RI.UOIIKKfi
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     $6.00
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Willi rubliei  heel     »:t.7.ri
lillll.S' K01IOOL HOOT, wiOi low licet.      $2,711
I.AIMKS'TAN IIUJCIIKHR 11,00,   |6,0Q
MKN'S TAN   CAI.I-   lilJHJHKU   OUT
BOOTS,   leather    lined.   ruMicr    heel,
waterproof Bolts "'« very Ihwi I t made   I7.P0
WuiiKiNii   MI-IN'H BOOTH   walerprool
imileoklli *.r..iHi fS.50   »:t.00
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briuglng the lar^ conservative cle-
mem of the east in line, and bus uot
injured his standing with the more
'radical element of the west.
The residential portion of Cranhrook mudc a showing this year that
is sulllcicnt cause for every citizen of
Ills city  lo feel proud.
The Saturday Sunset asks a very
peri meat (jucsuou whet? It asks il
13,500, the sum the Daily Province
alleges the Daily World wanted t-o
support the Liberal party, is larger
than the sum received by the Province last year for supporting the
ConservaI ive party.
The Congress of the United Slates
have adopted a new grouping uf tho
stars on the national ihi'g. The original thirteen slates are formed iu
the shape ol a lurge circle of thirteen
slats. The balance of the States are
represented within this circle by a
series of smaller stars, arranged iu
ihe shape of a live-pointed slat. Kach
slur is intended to represent a distinct slate.        Although     tins design
mv he artistic   still it seems a pity
i disturb a design that hus flown for
i many years.
The Conservatives ol the Kool-enay
riding enjoy a joke us well as any
They are tulkjiug on the outside as if (ioodeve would be elected.
They believe in the stiff upper lip
policy.
If Mr. Ames linn had not enjoyed
the high tariff on shoes perhaps he
could nol have afforded to have made
die great trip thut he did. His linu
Hot the beneiit and the people paid
the price.
The laboring man does not believe
i a larifl' that increases the profits
of the autocratic manufacturer, but
does not increase the wages paid,
and he Unows that if the Conservative party is placid in power the
tariff wili go up, the price ol living
will bo increased and tlie wages will
he lowered if any change takes place.
That is whv the laboring men of the
Kootenay district are favoring Smith
Curtis tor the Dominion house. They
want a friend at court who has the
ability aud the courage to stand up
for tbeir rights, the same as he bus
done during his whole public career.
Nu paper ever made headway by
trying to boost its town by decrying
theft in the district. The district
that can support only one town is a
good district to move away trom.
War hns lieen declared again. This
time it is between the Province uml
ihe World, of Vancouver.
Pock MacSwain is working in Kcrnie.    What!
The Creston Review is boosting
the sale of lots in the new cemetery
in that place.    Atherton is a rustler.
It is said that Mr. Nichol, editor of
thc. Vancouver Province, is wondering
which party the C.P.R. is going to
support in the Dominion campaign.
If Silton runs in the Brandon dislriet Sifton will be elected. The
neople ot that district appreciate
what Mr. Sifton has done for Uu*
advancement of Western Canada.
Nine out of ten people from the
Cnitcd Stales who have come to
Western Canada to make Iheir Ironies
will vole the Liberal lickd, because
lliey remember that prior to the
Laurier government Canadians were
migrating to the Inited States to
make a living and the Canadian
west waa naughl but a great wilderness. Twelve vears of UUpreccdcnt-
rd prosperity in Canada, during
wliieli time the west hnfl been devcl-
iH'il ami populated, is sufficient 'Miur-
11111' lo everv one as lo ihe wisdom
f the policies of lhe l.a Hi'ier admin-
,(ration.
Tfc   	
ml furnished employment to thousands of laborers at good wages.
That is why the htl>orers of the west
and especially of the Kootenays,
will support Mie Liberal government
at the coming election. The pocket
is a strong argument.
The Winnipeg Telegram lias killed
its usefulness as a party organ hv its
extrerae partisanship and generally
conceded unfairness on the treatment
n; public questions.
Mr. Obotlove will think he is in a
Marathon race before he gels through
with this campaign.
The meal ticket prize lighter should
give stricken Penile a rest this winler.
Tlie Herald is being condemned by u
few liccausc it is strenuous in its efforts to support the Liberal government during this campaign. The
llera.d is doing this hecause it believes that it is Mmj best for the
people generally throughout the
country that the Laurier government
should he sustained. The Herald believes it- is belief for Kast Kootenay
ami Cranbrook that the Laurier government sliould lie sustained. Believing aud thinking us we do. the
Herald will do all it ean in a legitimate way to assist the Liberal party
in this campaign. It will not in-
[ilulgii iu petty abuse, slander or personal villilicatiou, but endeavor to
treat public questions from a fair
standpoint, The editor of this paper
is entitled to his views politically
the same as any other man in business, and he takes no exceptions to
the one who eunnot sec as he sees.
We have never allowed politics to
interfere with our business, but we
Intend to make a fair, honest, fight
(or Liberal success this year for we
are honest in the belie! that a continuation of the Laurier administration is the best gift that Canada can
receive.
j The Victoria Colonist quotes P. W.
Taylor, manager ol tho London, Kng.,
hranch of the Bank of Montreal as
saying that Canada's credit is still
high in Loudon. Why should it not
he? Has not the policy of the
government I lie past twelve years
lieen sueh as lo make Canada's credit
good tlu* world over*.'
Conservative papers unite in saying
thai if W. T. K. Preston is uppoiuicd
to the position of trade commissioner
at Birmingham il will not meet with
lhe approval of the !>eople as a
whole. Certainly not, We do not
know ol a single Conservative who
would approve of it.
The big rush for lands in the west
is a high tribute to the sagacity of
Clifford Silton, who formulatid the
policy that resulted in making the
lands of Western Canada attractive to
lhe civilized world.
The Victoria Colonist fails lo meet
fairly the criticism of tlie Herald on
its partisan condemnation of Mr.
Templeiuaii... The Colonist is a very
able paper and always fair, except
during a campaign.
Kichard Crokcr, thc former Tammany hoss, has been given the freedom'of liiiblj'u bv the Lord Mayor.
When "Dick" Cinker had the freedom
of New Vork people felt shy about
iheir Imcic doors being left unlocked.
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Tlie
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Mini:
targe n
policies
looking
ier
lliul) men ol Canada are kick-
llio    expenditures of Finance
Pielding, and overlook   the
lines    produced bv his wise
Some  peoplo  itersisl        iu
Mie hole in the doughnut
iln- doughnut- itself.
Rev. W   P, Andrews, pastor of lhe
'eiiteiimiiv church of Si.  Louis, lias
iiiiioiinceil  tlml    he     will bave     the
lunch pallors kept open during    the
iln wauls hoiiesl elections, ami fall and winler months for llm recep-
wbal everv newspaper   iu   the   land [tion of ynung men uml    iheir sweet-
ilioiild do   Ik    to   condemn dishonest   hearts.   This will beat banging   over
elections.     The    Herald   believes in la    gn r     walking   along shaded
condemning     Lihcial   and    Conserva- streets with    lhe thermometer       nt
live alike when thev are caught     in I'/em. ami will hasten Ita HAV of the
nefarious work   at elections.     There  marriage fee.     ltev.  Andrews is evi-
is onlv one place for election thieves dentlv a far seeing parson.
and that is in Ihe prison cell. j ■■'■—
——■ | -The wage-earner   "f the Kootenays
'have nothing to expect from a Torv
victory.
| Smith Curtis has Mie plank in lib;
nlulform and his platform is his while career—that has never heen misunderstood hv the laborer, and that
to the C.P.R. to get busv and save Is his eternal advocacy of politics
lhe situation in Canada. thai would prove beneficial   lo    the
, ——j- 'working classes.     Mr. Curtis      bas
! The labor vote ol the Kootena vs been consistent in his work along this
naturally feel like supporting a nartv line, iu ollice and out of office, and
that has bv its nolleles brought that is whv the people have confidence
about the development ot the country In him.
OPENING SALE OF LOTS
New Town of Monarch, Alberta
in tin- Nnw ('iiiiailitin I'lt.'ili,' Tovvnsito of MOXAKCH. Alborta, aro now
FOK SALK at  H. ,\I. Kuan's Offico. ClareEliolin.
Business Lots, $250 to $450
Resident  Lots, $100 to  $150
TKItMS , Oitt?-tliii',l Casli. li.-ilitii,-,'six anil   IJ mouths.    Inli-r.-sl I', per ,','ul.
This new tovvusit.' of Monartth is situatt'tl on llu* main lino of tho Ciinailian I'aciti.-'s
Crows Xeat Hue. known ns tin- I, itliliriil-ji'-Miuil I rut-oil', half vv-iiy luilwi-en LothliriilgB
ami Mai-lt-uil ia oin- of the hcsl iii--rii-iiltiir.il -lislrits in Soutll,nn Allierta nml there isRootl
opening) in nil lines of liusiiiess here.   Write, wire or phone foraii)' in formal inn.    I'-llll
D. M. ROSS, Townsite Owner, Claresholm, Alberta
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The Herald is in receipt of tbe Canadian Annual Review of public affairs for 1907. As In years pu«t
.1. Cnstell Hopkins has gotten out a
volume wliich literally teems with information and portraits of distinguished Canadians. The Annual
Review is a most welcome annual
visitor to thc Herald ollice.
I went to church n few Sundays
ago and saw three most estimable
ladies of the city most devmit in
their observations of the services.
Among llieir friends these ladies rank
as gooil Christians and women of
charitable inclinations. 1 also saw
Iwo men who never miss a church
service and always contribute to the
support of their church. Vet, 1 have
lipen told that these three ladies and
the two men, all five living in luxury,
refused to pay a poor woman who
was employed bv them to do washing
or hnusecleaning over one dollar or
one dollar and fifty cents a day for
ten or eleven hours ol the hardest
kind of toll, and begrudged them a
decent noontav meal. Manv people
indulge in charity as a personal advertisement, and attend church because it helps in business, hut when
il comes to giving a hand working
woman decent treatment and a fall'
wage, Shylnck was a spendthrift
compared with the petty, miserable
meanness of these people. . They
mav Iool the people by outward display of charity and Christianity, but
when the judgment dav comes every
liltle mean act. toward the needy
mid the helpless will be recorded
agiiinst them. No woman nor no
man has been yel born who can fool
Ood Almighty.
is
The junior hall team of Movie
bird. II bus four Crowes and
Hawk in its personnel.
What  Western  Canada wauts
railroads that will take care of the
great grain crop of this year.    It is
LlllLltAI.ISM   ANU  LAHOIl
Prom the commencement of its
term of office iu IKiu, the Liberal
government lias advocated and ear-
tint into etfect a progressive labor
policy.
Ils attitude towards labor lias not
heen one of promise ami pretence such
as that of ils opponent has been,
Iml one of actual performance. Here
are some of the actual achievements
of (he governmenl dining its eleven
or twelve vears of ofliee in the direct
inlerc.-ils nl the Working class of Canada.
The abolition 0! lhe sweating system  iu connection    wilh government
intrants.
The passing of an act to aid in the
prevention US well as in lbe setlle--
meiit of strikes or lockouts in all industries eonneeted with public utilities and requiiinc that an investigation shall take place before a sirike
or lock out iu such industries is declared.
The pas-sing nf an act to restrict
"the importation and employment' of
aliens.
The passing of an act to prevent
immigrants being induced by fraudulent representations lo come to Canada: us a consequence of renresentn-
t inn from the government n simitar
aw was enacted in the Imperial parliament to nrevent immigrants from
Great Britain being Induced hy frau
dulent representation to come to Canada.
The passing of an act for the protection of Wor'aueu engaged on pub-
lie works.
i The placing of a prohibition tax of
S.illO on Chinese Inhoif this for     the
I protection of Canadian labor.
Legislation for  the prevention     ol
'accidents on railways.
I The appointment of important labor
commissions lo investigate matters
of immediate concern t-o iubor, for
example, the commission lo Inquire
Into the conditions under which the
Bell Telephone company's employes
were obliged lo work, and which resulted iu a reduction ot hours and
otlier improvements.
The conclusion of arrangements
will) .lapan for the limitation to a
number satisfactory to Camilla of
immigrants from that country to Canada ami reducing Japanese Immigration to nominal figures.
An arrangement effected witli the
British governmenl for a practical
cessation of immigration from India.
It is true the question of the formation of a labor bureau has lieen considered by the Conservative party-
its long ago as issu, and had lieen
recommended in that year hv u roval
commission, wliile iu 1MU the Conservative government  of  that     date
[actually passed an acl, authorizing
tlie establishment of such a bureau
and   appropriating   the monev neces-
jsary for the same.
It- was, however, a case of promise
without performance. No bureau was
formed, and the act reinaindod 11 dead
letter, being finally nqieuled bv tho
Tory government in 1905. With
the advent of the Liberal parly to
[power, performance took the place ol
I promise. \n commission was up-
[ pointed to discuss the necessity of
I creating n department of labor. It
was taken for granted that as Ihere
'was a department of agriculture .md
|of iiiule and commerce, so also should
Hiere he one that directh identified
{itself wilh the Interests of lhe willing man and woman who weie tlie
creates! single factor in building   un
the    Dominion of   Canada.     In I *
provisions were iin4le for establish*
ing. not a bureau of InlifW merely, as
t lie Conservative government had
.proposed, hut had not done—hut a de-
.portineiil of labor, and tbe moment
(llie act \\iis piissed Ihe work of or-
.fiilll'/alli n Wiis Itcgun..
Men should
look (or thii
Tag on
Chewing
Tobacco. It
guarantees the high quality of
Blaek Watch
Tke Bli Mack Fli|.
Drink Home Beer
It Is Pure
It 1* Healthy
11 Is lhe Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
I'llAXIIIitlOK    l.AND   DISTRICT
IHSTHICT UK SOUTHEAST KOOTKNAY.
T.iki* notico lli-.it tlt-ori*;..' llannant,
tit Wasa, II. C, OL-ciipuUoii Fanner,
IiiIoinIs tu apply lor permission to
|,nr.*li.is,- tlie lollouiiif; (loscrtlirtl
'anils:
Commencing ut a post pluntt*t! ut
Hie s,,iiHi-west corner ol I', It. lll.'U
(A. T. .Miller) tlicnel) cast llll eliains,
iiiiiii- or less, i„ I', It. II2H, t'licm-e
smull lo S. \V. enrner ol 1". II. H29,
llu-m*,* east in chiiins, mnn- or less,
l„ Hn* N.W, corner ol lot «7I,
tltcnce south tn the S. IV. curner ol
l.nt 1171, thence west* to tlie
tutglo „r Lot 11033, ihenee nortli lo
imiiit ol commencement, eniilainiti*;
llm iieri-s, mnre or less.
nt-orgo llaiuiatit. Applicant,
Mcil Sept.  I, num. 21-IH"
NOTICI.   oi'   MKiniNll
Notice is 1,,',,'hi nlvctl Hint id is the
inteniion nl   Hn' "1'i'aulirtMik. I.,„U',,',
N li.i 'II. Inili'pi-nilelil tinier ol IM.l
l-Yllows," lo npply to lhe Liiiriciuint
tiiiw-rtinr iii-l'iiniicil, pursuant, to llu-
llfiii'inlent Societies Ad, lor authority lo elianm* lhe name ot the suiil
h,,l**e as herein hei,,re slated, ami to
iiilnpl the inline nl "Key Citv Loto,
Nuinliei 13, Imlcptiulen! Onler ,,l ihl.i
Pel low*."
Allil   I i.l..-   lurllier     nnliee thai    u
 clhlK nl lhe mill linlm, ol 11,1.1 I'el*
lows will If 1,1*1,1 ,«, tin- ih dny ,,t
(leiiihet, inns, i,, ticlerinlno ilie   no.
(foil I,, he laken.
llllllli this lilli il.,v ol Keptcml,.'!,
HIIIH.
W, N. Harris,
-•"'-ll Secret.irv.
I'HANIlllOOK   LAND DISTRICT
I, Percy . Thomas Haywood, ol
Crnnhri'ol*, Wood Merchant,, intend to
apply lo tho Commissioner ol Lands
anil Works ol II, ('. Inr permission lo
niiichiisc lhe following tlescrilict
lamls:
Commencing al pnst 20 chains W.
of N. W. corner ol Lot 871*1, thenco
snulli III chiiins, thence east 20
elinlns, Uience north 10 chains, thence
west 20 ehains to point ol commencement, containing 80 acres, more or
less.
Dnled Sept. Sth, IMM1.
25-flt Percy Thomas Havwood. IIIK   I.IIANIIKOOK    II Kit A I |l
P. O.jllOX 33
PHONE 111
HONEST
PAINT
ui.'tili' of pure innti-riuls. niixi-d
with skill governed by ex.
[lerieiice, applied liy tli,.i-..ni;lily
,',,ni|ii-t,'iit mechanics, STAYS
I'.MNTKD.
B. H. SHORT
Tho, I'rnotimil Pnliiloi- nnd Decoral
AIIMSTItOXCI AVI*:.
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IHI:
QUEEN'S HOTEL
CALGARY, ALBERTA
11 you slop here
you -will look
the 'bus whi-n
visil  Calgary  a,
II.
STEPHENS,
Proprietor
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Try a   Case of
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Dozen  Pints   $3.50
eliiiil to Guinness',   Tho finest boverngo ou the market
for family nml tublo use,   Imparts vigor anil
health, ami tones np the body generally
JAMES   KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook, B. 0
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Kriday    evening at I
p.m., in Carmen's Mall.
Thos. Cole, W. P.
Chas. Smith, Secretary,
Vlsltlug brethren cordially invited
LOYAL ORANGE LODOE, NO. 1871
CltANHHOOK
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Wentworth Hotel
COHHETT A CO.. Proprietors
CRANBROOK
H. C.
Thin Is the liolel that ihey
Who are "they" ?
The people.
Why do "they" talk V
Dn account of lhe yooil n
lent -service, ami lhe cuniial.Ci
meal at the Wontworth and y<
eal.--, the comfortable i-oomih, the excel-
in icons treatment accorded to all. Kat a
11 become a Wontworth IwosHr.   Try it.
mBtmmLmmam
Canadian Hotel |
One of lhe pioneer hotels of Cran- Si
brook.   Warm rooms, good meals &
and a har .-.locked with the best @
|Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
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BAKER   &  BANFIELD
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
Beg to announce tlml they 1
for.Contracts, largo or smull.
al.l.-, nml nothing lmi  Hrst 1
for your building, nnd i-ompii
town.
1'. II. Hos 803
,* now open to give estimates
All onr Quotations aro n-nsui,-
iiss work. Let us qtloto you
> our prices with nil others in
CRANRROOK AND HOSMER
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New uml Strictly l-'irst-Clnss
Aniorienu I'lnn, $2.60 por (lay up
Tei.eimkine 2HWi
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
CllAS. II WlTNltY, Proprietor.
Cor. Seytni
Oppnal.
,,l Ci'iliun -Sis
Vancouver, B. C.
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Dezall's Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable
J. DEZALL, PROPRIETOR
Pine Drivers, Handsome Rigs and Comfortable Stables
Automobile for Picnics, Rides and Trips to
surrounding towns
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
"{Rambling
Reveries
BY A DREAMER
UAH 110VS.
Irinhrnol, l.itd-ze Nn- J.
a. 1. s«. «v
I'
Crescent Lodge No. 83
KNIOHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C Thm ,s „„„ vety mUccoWo _M
Moots every 2nd and *ltli Tuesday at about boys that lias boon gabml
8 p.m. at Fraternity Hall. [observation, and   in nino cases oul 01
1*1. V. .lohnson, C. C. Hen, ihos,' observations prove correct
.1. I,. Walker. K. ol R. ,1* S.      Every   town    school   has   lu -bad
Visiting   brethren  cordially muted boys," gonernfly   not   known, rarely
tu attend. I less   than   three or    more tli m iue.
    After their first two yeai*,,   „t* they
havo    passed the   primary   ;i-e, lliis
I.O.f'.F.    Key City lodge [troublesome  disposition  begin:,       to
No. 4J. Meets every ""I1 ol" a'"' ""'V *■""" Ooooao     the
Monday    Bight    at       ' innoyiBico, and though      Uiem
New     Fraternity    Hall.      Sojourn- ?re '"Il '""' "r <""; "'?' lm'1' 1hi,iss
tne Oddfellow, cordially Invited ;"' •'!' " ,r";" ;""  •'•"!"s'; '""I   every
,.,,.,,          '„      ,,     .   Isood intent ot too soltool.    .lmi 1 ims
l.idilic.,11,            \\,„. Harris, I thej- go    „„ si.-ic.rlv taxing teachere
«• ■*■»■                     s«° y- as t„   know   what course lo pursue.
 .. _—   They lorboar with ihciu much, persuade not a I it tlu and try all    means
.nol ini*tli,„ls to win then: to ,, ionise
1,1 right,     Imt it si-ems all iii vain.
Tims  llns,- boys put in a lew  Mars
I school    lib* and      tln-ii aval,  but
Rrgulai on-run,****. itefthetr coulsu in   tin*  world is no hot*-
lk.  third    Thuredej let  Hun v,li,*n in school.   Tills,,    low
ol amy ousts,        "bad boys" become -Hie annoyance oi
I tho    town,  ami  now tlio authorities
an* put to their "wits ond" bo know
what i„    du   wiib tin-in.    Parents,
perhaps, highly resjlccl able, If uu,1.,I,li.i if I among tin, best, (or their sakes
luui'li is    Ion-hoi in*—niucli uvcrlooked;
bul  Mii-si*     boys go right  on ilcspili*
plcndHigs or warnings null mart    day
Uiey an* before our courts—ami next
would l„- behind llu, bars Imt for tho
influoiico ol Irii'iids and money.
Ubcii' is your bov today? Is ho
just at that stage" ot lifu that nur
lirst picture portrays? lf vou ever
hope to reserve it do it now, [or ll
it ever can lie done this is the auspicious lime, and in nil probability
by jusl ami judicious means you will
.succeed and save yourself many       a
  jln-arl. :n-lii'—iiiuii)-   a    tear,   ninny 11
——— sleepless   nighl, and have tlie &ai*is-
Meet at B. el L. K. Hall Uml  and Taction ol realizing in the future    all
Uli Saturday each mouth. tlio fond anticipations ynu lmve   had
Visiiing brethren always welcome  concerning your hey.
Visiting aretttm welcomed.
S. II. Hoskins, IV. M.
10. W. Connolly, seeroti
iy*
,1. E. Larrigan.
•I.iliu McLaughl;
W. M.
I lee
Sec.
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i: Presbyterian €burcb::
STATED SUKVICKS
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evening    scrvi
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   and
Class at 3 o'clock
Prcsliytitlan    Guild, Tuesdaj',
at 8 o'clock
4444444444444444444444 the girls
ducat inn
Where is your Imv today?    Did yuu
hope tho picture port ray nl at  1-he'he-
KiimiiiK wouhl reverse iif its own   accord and that    in aftcs years       ho
would "learn reform" and grow    up
in all Uiat was Rood anil useful? Vou
wouhl     indulge liiin    now     in every
whim, hoping hy and liy ho   will   in
turn tluink vou for it and do      vour
lightest hhldilig.      Does lio?     Now,
honestly, is not our picture true    to
life—our observations correct?    They
portrayed     right in our mlibt—
they are portrayed everywhere,   and,
. jriear parents, wo only bring the pic-
at J Mure to you, Imping as 'ou naze on 1t
a > and vou    realize its   truth   nml cor-
llilik* * ► rectness, it may prove a source    of
 d—to you—to many.
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•CRANBRUOK-FGRNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Pmshlant : T. S. Oili,
Secretary: (Ibohuk .4 hi worth
Kor Information regarding lamls
nml ngriuultnre apply tn llie
Secretary, Cranhrook, fi. (.'.
JOHN    W.   WOLF
BOOT. SHOE AND
HARNESS MAKER
ul.l
All I'
Mmle   New.
nf He put ring.
OFFICE   -   ARMSTRONG AVE.
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FOR   SALE
LOT 4.
In Via
BLOCK 34
ibrook, B. C.
ion ninl a i; I lo
tit house
Watorw
nm! barn <
irku un lot.
OUR. GIRLS.
It should he Uiu aim of all to give
just ns broad a business
as tlio boys. It makes
Uiem capable of taking cure of tho
[family, it sueh responsibilities arc
placed upon them. It broadens their
ideas and makes them nobler and
|better. Girls, as a rule, are fully as
el ear-beaded as boys when young, but
, if, as is the common practice, the
girls are brought up to do nothing,
to think but lillle except ol dress
_ ami amusements, thev fall far behind
X|Uie young man, at Uie ago of 20, in
T mental ability.
Wbal is needed is, that at home and
it school, Uiey be taught that to
.bine in social circles or to roll in
wealth is not the highest aim of womanhood. But let them bo taught
to make a home Joyful and happy,
nml yet be prepared, it necessary,
for life's hitter struggles. |-et thein
understand tohorolighlv Uie details ol
very-day life, the value of all kinds
■I commodities used daily, how to
make a check, draft, note and relit. Let them be told tho truth
ahout, themselves and about thc
world. They should know something
bout tbe snares and nitfalls that beet. Let tbem lie thoroughly impressed with the fact that on 1 hem-
large degrre, depends
lbe success of the men thev marry,
them know bow to cook, piviiig
them ;i thorough course in the kitch-
l.et tliein betrin where their
mot liei s left off, and we shall lmve a
generation of girls strong, hopeful,
at-ftbHious and self-reliant, that will
levate the nun. and make a hardier
ind more aggressive people, and
thousands of firesides happier and
better.
Kornnrticiil;
Herald Office.
rs apply to "K ('
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Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH H. McLEAN. Proprietor
Ileale? in
All Classes of Secondhand Goods
BUYER OF   FURS
Furniture ot All  Kin-Is, hnUi
New and Heeotitl-luiml
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
wi
HOME.
at beautiful   and tender associa-
yawu wide and somebody's darling is
none. The midnight revel and the
gambling den covers its gbastlv dead,
nnd the homes are in sackcloth and
sorrow sits a familiar guest b\ manv
a hearthstone. Brave, beloved hoys,
noble men, fair browed maidens and
nature womanhood. (Hi, how Uiey
tall and perish; mul tbe lands is lull
ol "Rachels, weeping for tbeir children who will not he comforted because they are not.*'
T. T. M.'Vll'n
McVITTIE* PARKER
Provincial Land Surveyors
miLJUY   tli
JFI'lt.'KS
lllNKi   liVilVIIRINli
AT  KOR'!' STEELE
I'liANIIllllllK
iiiuU'*. filrnlslie,!
Kort Steele I'. 0. II,,.*.'-'',.
Oranbrook I'.O. Iloi II.
'Weill el'l-
Ollice III Cranhrook: lli-iil llln,
CKANBROOK SASH AND
D00K COMPANY
M.'uiufiictiircra nml iX^lera
in
SVSHl-S, DOORS AM) All.
KINDS OF ROUUH AND
DRESSED LUMBER
n.'tnii \v,,.-k a Spif.-iniij*
THE
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo.  BC.
MAIL ST. .IU1IX, PropHetoi
South ea-t Kootenay's ■
Summer Resort
HUNTING AND K1S11INC
.Inst tin* plaee to Bpeml a few
days' vacution
Bar stocked witb the l)C8t
Dining service lirst-class
Comfortable Boomt*
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
HENRY'S NURSERIES
Now growing in our nurseries tui
the fall trade:
nu.ouo peach, apricots, nectarines,
cherry, plum, prune, pear and apple,
in all the leading varieties.
Iihi.ihiii small Iruits.
10,"imi ornamental trees in all thc
leading varieties for U.C,
Strictly home grown wiuiout irrigation and not BUbJeet to damage
(turn fumigation.
Stuck of bulbs to arrive in tugu t
from Japan, France aud Uoiioud.
Bee supplies, spray pumps, heeds,
etc.,
no page catalogue free.
OFFICE, GREENERIES & SEEDHOUSE
3010 WESTMINSTER ROAD
VANCOUVER.     -      - B.C.
COAL ANU I'KTUOLKl M  NOTICK
1, James il. Drowctt, ut Nelson,
ii, C, give notice that l will appi)
tor a Iiceuse to prospect lor cu.it and
petroleum uu tiil.c fuiluwing descriued
lauds un Fording River:
Cummencing at a post planted ou
the north-cast corner ut i.ui 1)820,
Uience easi su chains, thence -.null.
chains! theuce west mi chains,
thenee north mj chains tu place ui
commencement.
Jas. 11, Drowetot- Locatot,
.1. 1*. Robertson, Ageut.
Dated this oth day oi August,
Itiutt. 21-st
under Seel ion ,'i7 must, be commenced
before the issuance uf such Certilicate
nl Improvements.
G. C. Beattie!
Hated  this      97th   dav of   August,
1008 2:t-!)t
Our work in our advertisement, bill we
put Ihixad in tbe lleiahl to
emplmsi/.H it,
CRANBROOK, H. C.
Near Lower ArinntroiiK Avenue
TKI.KI'HONK 114
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THE HOME OF UP-TO-
DATE TAILORING
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In H|irlllK  Niitllle I'teith'H niit'H   in  , i
iii-l.) ninl fin-Hi.   Wlmt more litiiuu , ,
tint-- to iliH'iu-il  the h -itil.i'i' drcHN   '
winter ninl army uiiewli In Hnili
wliieli nniiiKi,v
■MitdiiorM under Niitmy
Your i-an-fiil nvlnw
fsliil.it will Htij:i*fi<Hi  i
Koleetlnn.
ii lit,
ikbw.
nf oili' H|itiint i I
n nppropi-liitu ' i
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LEASK & HENDERSON
ri--TojiATi: imi.iih
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Ask lor lakj'M LITHIA WATliK
I'or (iimily nne there i. iinthin^
mo ivliole'ninia mi.l hi, lillre iih
.HALCYON I.ITIIIA WATI.'ll.
SOLO AT ALL BARS
ITS BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hold
Koiiiuh willi Until*,.   'I'll,me in
every room *
llnrlier Shop on the premiitei.,
Tlii»„tii-lilv n|i-toiliitt>.
Rates, $2.00 a day and up,
W). I'. WI'II.I.8, Prupriotori
II. TOMKI.N, Mniiiiiii-r
lions cluster tliiet iirouBl tliat wonl!
The thought ol it is a very shield; ttie
ii.iltn, nl it has a spell to call back
ilir wnmlcror from the path ol vice
.mil lar away where the myrtle
blooms and tlie palm trees wave, and
the ocean sleeps upon coral strands.
In (he exile's loml fancy it clothes
the naked rock, or stormy sliore, or
harreti moor, or wild height and
mountain with charms he weeps t-o
think nf ami longs once more lo see.
OI all places on earth, home is the
must delicate and sensitive. Its
chords move wilh a hrealh. lis tires
are kindled with a spark; Its dowers
nro liriiised with the least, nmeness.
Here our hearts wear no covcrliw, no
armor. l-lverv arrow strikes them,
everv cold wave h.nws full upon
Ihem. II we would have n true
home, wi- would uuaril well our
thoiiislits and notions, A single bitter word mav ilis,i„i,*t the home for a
Whole dav, lint like unev|iii'le«l flowers wlllcll sprin-' n|i aloti- nur liaHl,
liill nl freshness, fragrance nnd lu-nu-
ty. so do kind words and gentle acts
and sweet dispositions make dad the
home where peace and hlesslncs
dwell. The heart will turn lovlnrtv
toward It Irmn nil the tumults ol the
world, and home, "he it ever so
humble," will lie the dearest spot*
tinder the sun.
lost ciiii.nunv.
Children    lost! Insl I lost! Hatkm
.to the startling cry.    Children lost!
I Inst!     Oh, men. vour cities are Mt
of them; and thev are your rhildren.
hour own lillle lender ones; mothers,
jthe hahies Hurt lay in smiling   inno-
i cense upon    vour   bosoms; the dear,
brave bovs that looked up to volt   In
nerfeet confidence nnd warm impulse
love.    Your homes are lonely without
Ihem.   vour    hearts   are hungry Ior
Iheir love.    Oh, von miss Ihem now
lhe darlings of oilier venrs; von want
llu-    lillle hands   In your own onco
more  vou w'nnt the wnrm kiss ttnon
I vour aching brow,     nut Hie hurries
oii.    and    lost'    lost!     ever rings
through the darkened aisles ot time.
One hy one    thc    drunkard's graves
THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE;;
The plaee whore a Dollar it»m
ii Ion* wa.v
.butt to luind, a ureal line of
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
AIhii everything under Hie mm.
from it White Klephnnt
toil Mnitfftrit[i
VANWOiniEll'N
SECOND-HAND STORE
li,i,iH„„ Ave.     -    I'i'tiiil'i,'"!,
NOTICK.
Take notice that I, William A. It.,1
llns, will apply to the Hoard ot 1.1
cense Commissioners tor the City of
t'ranbroiil*, at its uext meeting held
lifter this d.itc lor the transfer Irom
myself to V. Hyde Haker, of the license to sell intoxicating liquors by
retail in the premises known ,u the
Wentworth Hotel, situate on Lots
13 and 11, Block ill, in the said City
ol Cranbrook.
William A. Rollins.
Dated  August 2»th,   1II0S. 2l-5t
MINERAL ACT
(Form r.)
CERTIFICATE      OF     IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
".JOHN HULL," "LAKE VIEW,"
"DOMINION" AND "VORCC-
1'INE" MINERAL CLAIMS.
SITUATE IN THE FORT
STEELE MINING DIVISION
OF EAST KOOTENAY IHSTHICT.
WHERE LOCATED-THE JOHN
BULL AND LAKE VIEW ADJOINING ONE ANOTHER ON
ST. MARYS PRAIRIE. THE
DOMINION AND PORCUPINE
AT THE ST. MARYS MEADOWS, ABOUT THREE MILKS
ABOVE ST. MARYS LAKE.
Take notice that I. .Ianu*s A. Harvey. Free Miner's Certificate No
1.108, acting as agent lot lie M.
Ely, Free Miner's Certificate No.
"BI7121," Intend, sixty days Irom
the date hereoi, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose ol
obtaining a Crown Grant ot the
above claim.
And lurther take notice tfcat ac
tion, undet section .17, must he com*
menced before the Issuance ol such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated   this   27th day    of   August
A.D. 1908.
2i-9t J. A. Harvey.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAV COMPANV
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST
$60.00
FROM CllANBROOK Tip
Winnipeg, Fort William.
Duluth. St. Paul, Sioux City
$108,50
gno.'i.nn
9120.00
    SII-.'iO
.    #11*1.10
... SION.BO
#131 .'JO
Klllli.ilO
Chicago	
New Vork	
Montreal	
St. John, N. H.
St. Louis	
Toronto 	
Ottawa	
Halifax	
Sydney, t. B.
Tickets on Sale MAY I Htul IS,
.1 UNE A, il. 19 and 20, JULY ,1,7,22
and 211, AUU UST li, 7, -.'I and 22,
HUM. Firat Clai-s. Hound Tlip.
Ninety Day.' Limit.
Rqutks.-—These tickets are good
via anv recognized mutes in oue or
both directions. To destlnalloin east
ol Chicago are good iin the Great
Lakes.
For lurlher   Information,  Rule.,
Sleeping   Cur   Rosen-nitons,   etc.,
apply to
C. fi. MtPH-SIISON, J. HUH.
II. P. A.. I'  I'* A ,
WINNIPKfl, MAN. XUI.SMN. II.C
IN     THE   SUPREME   COURT OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
IN THK   MATTER OF THK LAND
REGISTRY ACT
—and—
IN TIIK MATTER OF A PLAN OF
THK TOWNSITE OF HOSMER,
REGISTERED AT NELSON AS
773.
Notice is hereby given that
order has this day been -made by Uie
Honorable the Chiel .lustice, Gordon
Hunter, for the amendment ot the
plan of tho Townsite of Hosmer, said
plan being filed in the Land Registry ollice at Nelson, U. C, and there
numbered *,Vl and (or tbe filing ot
amended plan unless objections thereto are tiled with the Registrar ol llie
Supreme Court of     Hritish C-olumbia
t Victoria, II. C, within six weeks
of the lust publication of this notice.
The amended plan which shows the
proposed amendments and petition
may be s,i-n posted in tin- oflioe ol
thc Government Agent at Cranhrook,
B.C.
Dated this 13th dav of August,
1908.     .
W. F. Ourd.
Sidicilor lor tbe Elk Vallev Development  Company,  Limited.
First publication 27th of August,
1908. 2H-Gt
NOTICE
I hereby give notice that thirty
days after dale I intend to apply to
iht* Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works tor permission to establish a
pibllc highway Irom a point on the
wagon road near Fish Lakes in Lot
No. H7II, Group One, East Kootenay
District being (8.72) six chains and
seventy    - two       links north,
eighty-three degrees east
from the S. W. corner of Lot No.
HTH, Group Oue, thence iii.nl) ninetv-
lour links south, 29
degrees west to        the
southern boundary of Lot No. Gin,
nip      Une, thence suuth
twenty - ume degrees, west
18.88) six chains aud uirty-
ix links, composing a portion ol
Lot No. ill. Group One, lo the
northern boundary ol Lot No. tuuu,
Uroup one, at   a point about (li.OU,
x inains irom the N, E. corner    ol
ot No. liiMti, Group One.
Dated Aug. 7th, liios. a-Ht
A. J. Gti«.
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that 1, Charles Kima-
CL-.UIIUI,   ul   Klko,    U.   ti.,   Ull'lUlllJU,
iluu-t Keeper,    lutm-i    lo a;*,*,,  tut
i-iiuisMuu iu purchase thc lollowing
l-siTlbiM   UnU.
Commencing at a post planted uu
the cast boundary oi tlie iiuns Nest
Southern rigbt-ot-way, auout tu
liains south ui ihv -3.1V. corner ul
-ut alltl, Uroup une, tiii-iK*.* miiiiing
ast tu l-.'lx nu-r, tbenee lunuuu,*;
.ih Rivei ttout-beriy to * point hi,
nam, suutb, theuce weai tu the
iok-,.,1,1 i,u„u,t.tiy ui thi crows Neat
Southern rigbt-ot-way, tbenee luiiow-
ing the sant boundary ul said ngbt-
1-n.i, tu the puiut ui commencement
nd louiaiiuu;*, so acres, uiuic or less.
i lias. Ktiageosmltb, Locator,
July uth, 1908. 17-9t
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF    KASI' KOOTENAY
Take notice ihat Catherine Mc-
Intics, ul Klkmouth, wile ut Al. Mo-
li.i.c intend*, to appi) loi pi-ltuis-
stun lo purchase lhc finloiving described land:
I'liiiimcnciug at a posl plaulcd at
tho intersection ol the eastern liuund-
aii ul the ngut-ul-way oi The irowg
Nest Suuiueiu Kailway, with tbe
nuitucrn b-juudary ol Lot 123, Group
Oue, Kootenai* lAsttict, thence, east
along said boundary au chains, thence
□otiu -so cliains, Uience west to tbe
eastern boundary ui Lot 41U, Group
One, Ibence soutb lu ihe suuth-east
ni oi Lot 1112, ibcme west along
the southern boundary ol said
Block 1112 to the eastern
boundary ul the rigbt-ut-way ol tbe
Crows Nesl Southern Railway, thence
south along the said eastern boundary of said rigbt-ol-way io the point
ot commencement and containing 4&U
acres, mure or lesa,
Catherine Mclnnes.
Dated June 23rd, 1908. ll-St
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.)
IMPROVE-
CERTIFICATE      OF
MENTS
NOTICE
BLUE BULL FRACTION MINERAL
CLAIM, SITUATE IN THE
KORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY.
DISTRICT.
WHERE   LOCATED:-NEAl: HULL
RIVER ON FENWICK
MOUNTAIN
Take notice that 1, James A. Har-
iey, F.M.C. No. 1380, acting as
agent for James T. Laidlaw, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 0333, intend,
sixty days Irom date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder Ior a
Certilicate ot Improvements, Ior tbe
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
ul the above claim.
And lurther take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced belore tbe issuance of such
Certilicate ol Improvements-
Dated tbis filth day ol June, A.D.,
1908.
19-lif. James A. Harvey.
CERTIFICATE       OF    IMPROVEMENTS
(Form F.)
NOTICE
GRAPHITE   MINERAL  CLAIM
SITUATE IN TIIE FORT STEELE
MINING DIVISION OF EAST
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
WHERE LOCATED: ON MATTHEW
CREEK.
Take notice that
F.M.C. No. B03H.
Irom   date hereof to apply
to
SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN HOME.
STEAD REGULATIONS
Any available Dominion Lands
ithin tbe Railway Belt in British
Columbia, may bs bomesteaded by
any peison who ls tbe sole bead ot a
family, or aay male over Id years ol
age, to tbe extent ot uotr-quarter sec-
Uun ul ItiU acres, more or less.
Kulry must be made persunally at
the lucal land olltce tor tbo district
iu which tx Und ia situate. Entry
l.y prosy may, bowe.er, be made ou
certain conditions by n,e latber,
mother, sua, daughter, bro;her ot
sister ol an intending boaiesteaiu.
Tbe homesteader ia required to per-
lorm tbe conditions connected therewith under oue ol tbs lotluwing plans:
(1) At least sil mouths lesidwes
upon and cultivation of tbe laud tt
each year ior three yous.
(2). II tto latter tor iiiotbsr,
il the lather ie deceased), ol tbs
homesteader resides upon a larm ia
the vicinity ot tbs laad entered lor,
tbe requirements sa to residence may
be satislied by such person residing
with the lather or mother.
(3). II tto ssttisc lias Us pse-
tnaneut residence upon tanning land
owned by bim in tto vicinity tf his
homestead, tbe requirements at to
residence may bs satisfied by residence upon tto ssM laad.
Six months' node* Is writing
should bs given to ths Commissioner
ol Dominion Loads ai Ottawa ot intention to apply lot patent.
COAL—Coai mining rights may bs
leased lot a period ol twenty-one
years at sa annual rental ol ti per
acre.    Not mora than 2,570
ox
I, O. C. Beattie,
intend 80    days shall he leased bo ons Individual
. . the company.    A royalty at the rata ot
Mining Recorder  Ior a Certificate ol' five cents per tea mil be collected oa
Improvements Ior tto purpose ot oh- the metchan-tobla eoal mined,
ta-hlttg a crown    grant ot tto above. W. W. CORY,
claim. Deputy ol the Minister ul the Interior
Ant lurther take notice that action MM TIIE   CKAXRliOOK   IIRHAM)
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We bave the finest
Cooked Ham
you ever trted.
For laimebea, IMcnics,
Camping, "ti-., it
P. BURNS <a CO., Ud.
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.1, II. (lieen. nf lUymoiul, Alta.,
r.tveler I'm Mie KUison Milling coin-
,ni\, was in town Tuesday last.
Rood. .Game is becoming scarce, an
assertion ,l0 0ne wui challenge, and
wo consequently endorse the judicious
action ol tlte mie sports.
Blue grouse are beautiful, and when
the Wfliithei gets eooler, hunters will
be afl«r lhe deer and cariboo.
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SIXTH   ANNUAL !!
NELSON FRUIT FAIR
NELSON. B.   C.
WEDNESDAY.THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY
da4ys September 23, 24, 25,26,1908 M4Y,
LAROER AND BETTER THAN EVER
I'KI.'I': l*;.\TI*.'l(T.\l.\'.MI-;.\TS DAILY
Tlllil-.l*; IHiltSK HACKS DAII.V
I'nl |{ DAYS' RELAY IlliKSI. li.U'l.
I'lngles' Uny, Tliiimluy, Sept. Si.    tjhililion's Hay, Piiday, Sept. Sii-.
EXCURSION  RATES ON  ALL TRANSPORTATION  LINES
Por further information ,,,* Prize List, utile
i. (1, Miillliis, Sooiolary, I'. 01 Hos nr,, Nelson, Hrllleli Columlil
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III. Meni*
lisits last
iln* work „i
was in rown last  week,
paid Uatdni'i a couple
week in connection witu
llu- C. I). I'\
Mr. ,1. II. Si-lioiield, M.P.I'., and
lamily, weie camped last week on
lira Letiilvill,- lint, about sis miles
up lbe lloai from licre, where they
entertained a party „l meets. The
lislilnu; was exccllenl and the litirkle-
I  berries .iliiiiidmit.
ilniui'i  .lones
last. week.
Cranlirook
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New Butcher Shop4 Gram Business
i inn
uud will,
!','.-! i.i,„„
liinn currj
utteiitlon
■ ill  tin- liusiiiess ,„' Tile I'ouiiniol, Meat Co., 1.1,1.,-
, nerve all who favor in,* ivithtlieir ttnde the voiv"
' 0 II"" i'f FRESH UNO SMOKED MEATS.   Will!
' of HAY CHAIN AND FEED at all times.   Special,
ui.,,l.i,,wn onion*.
R. KEMP, Armstrong Ave.
I'. II. BtlX 111
Mr, Hooch,
,,l .Macleod, was a villi
,*-.! week.
III       I If"      I'lHU'll
last for .Manitoba.
1,11
i'liiiifil.ii
Mi
AliNainaia, ol  lhc W.
W
laud Sliollo lloiiRlas and lamily
arc t'lilttped ul Anchor creel,, and lln-y
nlso are enlerlnininn in an open-
li'-.u I'll las-hion.
Souie nf tin* Indians arc i-omplainiiii: Ihal lhe ,i|i|,l*,)achilu; government
land sale and cnswiueiit settling up
,,f Mu- country will deprive them »>[
ancient game and tishiinr privileges,
Iml Mr, rialhl-ailli. the Indian Meant,
who ua**, in town Tuesdav, infoi-in.s
in IVinii*. was in lown on business un thai uo ollicial protest has boon
on Wednesday lust, registered, and he does n,.i anticipate
..   "77* .     . .,    '"1V ll™1''.'.     He added that     sonic
Messrs. II. II. llohart and Unstable ,,f t|„, |ndi,in.. an* n-nidino; upon pub*
Adiicv were Cranhrook visitors   last *|j(, lands.
Tlmrsdav. I —»
,,    ,, ***— ...      "ur   prize rubberneck    saw Mayor
Mr, Hunter, repicseiitiiiu tto, ,1. 1. 'uuu. insijut-titie* with treat interest
(llllllli com pa iii*, Calgary, was ri-sis- koine l,ahv chairs outside Mvei's store
icred    at   the    Wardner   hotel last „,„, ,|.1V ,i,is wal|(i    (■„„ .llis worshi,,
tveok,
Mr. Clyde Nixon, ol .laffray, was
spending n few davs al his lioine here
last week.
'lin- following pynlleliien, all interested in lhe Hull Rlvor Klectric Light.
A* INnvi-r conipanv, were registered at
Ihe Wardner hotel last week: ICyra
llrosii, Dwiglil, 111., II. H. Myers,
\i,l«'i villi-, III.; Samtll'l 1*',. Spratue.
..linu.; \V. .1. Lane, Spokane, Wash.;
II. IO. Coin,-.!, Minn.; It. /.t-rhert Milliard. Spokane, Wash.'; Andrew Fald-
oii, Uiilgnry, Alia., George Henderson, Mull Itiver, II. C.
A. Itosen and wife, Mr. IngHs anil
wife ami Miss Cllilds, ol .laftiiiy. word
visitors ill town last week mid all
i.*t'iMci„d at the Wardner liolvl.
A.
lown
I'.  Illaini*. of I'i.inl.i
last week.
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Fresh,  Smoked   or
Salt   Meats
Call up PHONE 45 or leave your
Orders at
The Calgary Cattle Company; Ltd.
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FOR BLOWING OFF A
'FRIEND
nr in    other won!--,  for the-
refreshment of gueHUs, lomeni'
uiiHUtiHt.'I.ASS WINKS are-
not milv deferable, but easeii-
tial.
"WHinSEAl'ISTHEBEST
A. L. MCDERMOT
Wholesale Wine Merchant
PHONE   17
.Ml. John Caller, of Lolhhl'ldge,
uul *l. Ilinnie, of Vtvticouvor, were
loinn liusiiiess in luwu last week.
II. II. llohart and wile were iu
I'liinliiook Labor Day.
Mnslcr Roger Lund li-fl [or Spoknno
Moutluy I,, resume his studies at
school there.
Miss Hazel llohart lett for Nelson
Monday to attend SI. Joseph's school,
I'olicc Constabfe Adncv .was in
('ta 11 hi,Hik Labor Day on business.
Mr. Hammond, of Fruitville, was
renewing old acquaintances in lown
1.ahot* Day.
Ml*. Craig, of Cranhrook, was ill-
town last week.
Mr. A. Luud spent Labor Day in
.Marvsville.
Mr. Kcnim, representing the Al-
hrta Biscuit company, ol Calgary,
was in town Labor Day.
Mr. Brown, of llie Aslidowu Hardware company, Nelson, spent Labor
Hay in lown.
Filings have beeu bumming in Canadian Order ol Foresters' circles iu
Wardner during Ihe past duck. Due
to the efforts ol Organizer Muir, ol
Vancouver, the order has been increased in the Wardner lodge hv
from liltcen to twenty members, and
us an appreciation   ol   the lodge   to
• .lhe organizer, they gave hiin a ban-
* Miuet after Indue mcetinc Fridav
.night, lasl in the Wardner hotel.
Il'lnles were laid for about fortv
I guests, and after all had partaken ol
ft he good things provided by Mine
I Host llohart and    wife, songs      aod
*, 4 six'cclu's concluded the evening's    en-
'ItTtainment, all uroelaiming Mr Muir
a iollv good   fellow, and Mr. llohart
I and wife capital providers lor the inner man.
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< 1 hi 11111 n 111 it 1111 it him n 111111111111 i-i-
i! The Cosmopofitan |
C. H. SMALL
Manger
i«llliiiiiii
The  place  where  a ■*
* 1 11 1
man will return after $j;
stopping once.
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Miss Verle   Martin left on Monday
tn attend St. .Joseph's sehool in Nel-
Messrs. Pawl Peterson and Peter
Paulson took in tbe sports In Cranhrook J-nbor Day.
Labor Dav jwsseil off verv quietly
in Wandncr. Most of t'be voung
-peotilo shouldered their guns uml took
iu tlm woods. At tbis- writing sonic
ni them are not back vet.
he' conl em phi ting—hut no. perish   the
thoi||rflt.
Mr. I.. Hunio lias arrived from
llellevjile, Out., to relieve Mr. \V. K.
Bray, ;lt tbe Hank of Commerce, who
is Ie;ivinir this week for bis vacation.
('. 0, Holders is having 300 acres
of his Iruit Wi nils surveyed ibis week
liv V. K. Moore, IM..S. Another
thousand acres will be surveyed
shortly.
W. S. Drewry lias bad a large crew
of men on survey work around thc
dislriel lhe pasl few weeks. The
new bridge that will span Arrow
creek this fall Ims been laid out, and
lhe levels fur a 230 foot birdee across
(loat river in the same direction have
been found. The gang left Tuesdav
fur Kootenny Hats where the 700 ft.
iirwlu,!* across Goat rivor is to Ih;
liuwte. When lhat Is surveyixl Mr.
Drewry will begin on the new gov-
eiTinient roaid between Creston and
Duck ereolf. The new road will be
iihnve the railway track.
M. .1. McPenlt's store is near coni--
pleled. It will he one of the besl
stores in Creslon.
W, V. Teelzel is in town todav
from Nelson, He reports everything
iu>U*.g   satisfactorv     for   a successful
le on Ootober llth. Inquiries are
criming in from all parts ot ttie continent.
I moyie       '; I
(From the Moyie Leader.)
K. A. Hill returned Tuesday from
the coast.
0. A. Ayres' father is here on a
visit  with Mr. and Mrs. Ayres.
Harry Dimoek. has taken over the
bowling.alley near his hotel.
V. K. Lbidicoatt, ot Geo. It. I.eask
Si Co., Cranbrooki, was here this week
finishing up some wort, which tiie
contracting firm iuul in hand.
Calder liras. have just about com.
pli'U'd their work on tbe. new Conrad
building, next to the Hotel Kootenay. Tiie tailor shop of C. A.
Foote and the store of A. !i. Stewart
have been enlarged considerably, and
the upstairs will be used us a lodging
bouse.
Rev; Hughes, of Cranbrook, was
hen. Thitrs'lay and held services    in
the evening at the Methodist church.
Mrs. A. F. Shermnn Is here from
Molson, Wash., and is visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferris.
Marry l.alomlc writes that he has
purchased a (arm m-ar Notre Dame
de LaSalotto, Quebec, and will prnh-
nlily not come to the west again.
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(From thu Gateway International)
Airs. Minteer and Masters Hill ami
Hen Minteer visited Mis. Mills last
week end.
Mrs. and the Misses Lcnwoml spent
N.i I in,|,n  with Mrs. Mills.
Mr. II, F, Uindcck spout the week
i-tiil iu Whitelish, Montana.
Iloiidiiiaster Weitu-Uy jiasscd
thititigh Gateway Saturday.
.Mrs. Mills .md son have moved t*
GittfVV.iV to enable Master .Imhl to
attend Bohoo! through tbe winler
mouths.
Mr. Fred Woods, of Whiuiisb, Montana, spenl Tuesday in Gateway.
.Mrs. l/cnwood aud her two daughters leave this week uu a visit to Missoula,  Montana.
llr. Honnell passed through Gateway Thursday morning en route tu
Fernie.
Mr. II. C. Smith, the express mes-
senger o the passenger train, left
Tuesday morning on a trip to Spokane and other points. He was accompanied by his mother.
Mr.  H. A.     Hryson relieved 11. C.
Smith, who left on a trip to Spokane.
Trafford and Frank Joule spent
Sunday witb •luil-d Mills, across the
river.
Mr. Fred Itock returned from Spokane early in the week, where be has
been in the hospital, having a bad
knee attended to.
Miss Anna Mills paid a Hying visit
lo Gateway on Saturdny.
Mrs. Hurlingham anh Mrs. J. A.
Siieucer spent Friday afternoon with
Mrs. McCannon.
"Miss Ht'ssie Carpenter was in town
Satuililnv
Holidays are over aud the children
arc back tu school again. Mr. Sam
Carpenter is teacher for Ihis term.
Mrs. McCannon and family have left
lhe section housr ami aie now slaving
.it  the depot.
#
This Trademark Guarantees
that   Fit-Reform  Suiti and
FIT"  "M*     Overcoats are always in perfect
f REFORM^     style and taste—that  they will
>•. J'%      g've excellent service—that they
are the best   values,   for   the
money, in Canada.
Tliis trademark guarantees lhat every garment
bearing it,  must  give complete  and lasting:
satisfaction or your money buck.
Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform
Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored
garments.
Fall styles are ready.    $ I 5 up.
WM
BURNS    BROS.
  Cranbrook. B. C.
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A NEW WOMAN
That's what any woman is after a hot cup of Fragrant
*Mr.
drove
Merrill   and   Mrs.     Anderson
to Kurekii, Mont.. Mondav.
We regret to sny that Mrs. McCannon intends leaving Oateway verv
soon.
MOVIE'S WU..
I bin y Dcsht'snc, who has been in
the Cranbrooki hospital (or some
time suITering from blood poisoning,
is recovering speetlily, and will soon
be able to return lo work.
li-ibl. Lenox nnd family returned
riiuisd.iv from Newport, Idaho,
wlu-re thev have been on an outing for
the past, ten davs. Mr. Lenox is
limber foreman nl the St. BtiRonet   '
Cranbrook
Hotel & s
* ****-*• *> **** *****-*■** «-»/■
■
Ouceta Contort i Specially
fluod Slabllni In CoooeilloB
Ne.rest to railroad and depot.   < Its. -uTOtuulode-
tl„i„, Io,   tlie pnltlic unequalled  In Cranhrook.
tioKKarth & Wolliiis
Hut end Gild Ralhs  Proprietors
!»****** • A******.*.***** .*****.*. , *, ,*....****.*,,
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$ CRESTON        I
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(Prom llie Creslon llevlew.) ||  is lmd,',S|„„d that s. K.    l\l,„
The snhilivision ol the Don's addl- W.y< » CmnliraoV capiliilist, has
lion i„ n„- lownsiie „i Crcston, ,.«,- u,,w ""' l".'i"nK'«',"  nnoHipr Iralldi
sisliliu; ,,f  lilll* acn-,    is    now coin- !'"" '" M"V " ""' ll"» iidlolintil! his
plelic, and several lots have heen sold,  l',"';!'."1,,1"",'1111"5:, ""J, "!"''''', "»">W
Mr. Hid has a i ihcr of men clear- :'   '    i'l"'h',   ,Mr*. Morl7 ls , "ol,1"1
inn Hie slrcels and im-nucs and llie '"', '"■ ,'*",""' I'UHlnesS invi-sllilenls.
siihiliiisii.n K,-ii,-i*allv. Tin- size of »nd he looks tipoii Moyioni! an ah-
Ihe lots In llu* new a.lilHioi, are liflv   s"1,,l,'lv   t'f l,lm',"'., rvl"Hl -V, """
I.*el ii, fioiilai',' hv i  hundred    and  .""""'>     ,M"' «n\ ''"'Wine will ho at
twenty fe.-l in depth. All slr,i,ts ','"sl ils '"W '""' jls «lta1,1'» .-?,1, "»
and avenues are 110 leet wide and al- I"'I'lcsenl one. Mr. Mnf ey will M
leyways IS Iwt. wide. Prices, we '".'k '"',", l™n"l.hi-fori-hi- hull Is,
iiiidi-rsland. nre (lllll „ loi upon tea- '"''.'"? "' ■'"' "l'in"'" 1,||at y"?" «>'
•-oiiahle lernis Jiuildin-K is up some person lookinK Ior
I '  __ la liusiiiess opeuinR will drop in    and
.lease it.
I   The fishing on Goat river is splcn-. _—
did.     Iliir baskets ol Hie flnest trout I   ,,„ ,      ,   . ,   ,
mc hrourfit in cve^dav, l^*_*&£$£*$%* %
I   The   K„n,e scison opened on Tues- ^*_2f K^Mo™ SS
day.    .^ptetjiher 1st, hut very    lew  l^N*   "  I'.ii™ next we k."
eiti/eits    were to hr noticed leaving . s
fur   the haunts    of   the birds.    Al-' ~
ihougli thc birds are reported to be .lohn Macdonald was forced to give
tilentiful this vear in the district, »P 'he Creston school on account' ot
all the sportsmen of the town have his healih. He is again back In
taken nn unregistered oath not to Moyie and is working at the St. Eti*
molest tho birds this y«r—wW«h    Ig K*e conc»ntr&tor.
(Moyie Leader.)
A. P. Macdonald and E. A. Hill
while at the coast last week, went to
Victoria and conferred with the government on several matters for the
benefit of Moyie. These men pointed
out the large revenue which tlie
■zoveniment derived from Moyie and
to the small exiH-nditure which was
made on the town each year in return. A prorniso was made to lmve
the government engineer, Mr.
Gamble, come to Movie ami look" into the work rco,ticste-d. And there
has been nu delay on the part of tbe
trovernmont, for on Wednesday ot
this week both Mr. Armstrong aod
Mr. fhtmble were here. The work
liiiwuied is the rounding of Victoria
and Tavistocla streets and Movie and
Queen's avenues, and the opening up
of several of tlw other streets. The
flume from Campbell creek is to bv
brought' down Queehs avenue to the
lake, and the sidewalks arc to be put
in repair, fn all an expewHturc of
several hundred will be made bv the
•rovernmeiit in Movie this fall.
SHOW T11E1K  APPRECIATION
Cranhrook. H.C, Sept 1. 'OB.
Messrs.  Fraser & Hutchison:
Gentlemen: On behalf of thc C.I.
H., Federated Trades, I have been instructed to tender you the hearty
thanks of that organization for your
kindness in donating the use of your
hall, pictures, etc., during the evening
uf August 26, fur the purpose or relieving our treasury.
I must also sav that thc results
were very gratifviun, both sociallv
ml financially, Ior which our thanks
re entirely due to you for vour
etierosity.
Ucspectlullv yours,
Frank McKenna, Sec.-Trens.
per Hunt huller at »um«
time or other trom Plica t
_ Sn says a great mr<lici|yulniiity. Tln-re
■i nu dlieaie caunes mura juin und
Wretchedness than piles ; ami Ly givim;
almost immediate ease Kaitt-lltik has wun
the praise of-thousands of nufTuters, 11 ymi
ate suileiinu lit Zam-Hult ewe ynu- Mr.
Neit Dev .n, Webbwu.nl, i tut, Buffered with
iiik'3 eight years. A few boxes of Zum
Iluk cured him. Iln since mys:—"I have
had nu return nf (lie tumble su that 1 know
the cure w permanent,"
Mr C. It. fr-ist, Lrnnnxfllle, P.Q.,
writes! "I have proved Zam-Buk a ^reat
nire fnr piles /nun which I altered aaitely
fur a lung time."
Zaiu-iitik also cures mis, ulcers, burnt,
atacesM-*, poisoned wtnimlH, boils, eaema,
and all skin troubles, 511c. a box, all druggists and Mures or fr«m '/am-link Co.,
i'oiont".   ,-( boxes fnr $1.35.
~'Wte;.!7%w.'-
■;*'i ;**V.V;..--f•i^wS
'•"■■iV-SiV^Wv'1
It chases away the old tired feeling, and fills
her with new life.   So DELICIOUS too. •
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook, h. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tbe Manitoba is reiitially located and ban une uf tbe be.it diniugrooms
in tbe eity.   The bur is supplied with the best ol I.ii|iiursuiid Cijrarn
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OUR AUTO        *"
Will aMIm-n IIAMIIi ,„■
STllVK ini.vivl,,*,*,.
ll',* I,mull,* ll, lehniti'il
MOFFATSTOVES
The Slovm lliut nre G„„r„,,t,,*,l
McCALLUM & CO.
Iliirdw,,,**, - Prnnhrnok, ll. tl.
Dealer le:
Hardware
ft
llirieii **i Sa-MUa.
*
Miner.'   anil   Pre.* I
pi'ilur.' Supplies
*
Dry lined.
*
llrdicrii'N
*
Haw l:ur.
*
Pruduii
a
I'rnll and Candy
*
Indian Curio.
tat
Fishing Tackle thai
C.lcht. tke Fled
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FRED  ROO
Tin* tvi'll-knmvii lli'iii'i'nl Mi-ri'liiiiil,
IS
I il.-.-iM. -. I tu li in k. *
THE
iium,uu,*,'iiii'iil  thnt lit- ,-iiriii'H nil   kin,Is
of nioroliiiiiiliso, nml mooivoil tho
BIGGEST
stnrk nf FishlnK Tackle over seen  lino.
SiillIU jt'uiutm pcrsoii ini^lil cull Ilir ll
LIAR
Hut l-'rcil K",, 'ib lin|i|,,v
IN
knowing llmt he hns u roptitution in
ELKO
for vonioity which is worth moro to him
tlmn uutolil gold.
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORB ii
FRED ROO, Proprietor
ROOSVILLE, B. C. ELKO, B. C.
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_^_^^_^__^^_^^_ THE   0UANBKOOK    II Kit ALU
_ i.
THE
PRICES
ARE
$4.00
$4.50
AND
$5.00
EACH
CRAVENETTE  HATS
have style, 'liny arc in dc-
ilium! I))' nun nl,,, priilc
thctnsctv'eson ItoitiRcnrrc. i in
everv detail of their apparel,
'lliey havo qiinlitt since
iS.-l Mall n Il.n-! Iuu l„-l,|
tl,,* In,'h, il ,, j,,n,iti,,n in the
I.m tr.nlc ,,l i!„' country.
Ik«nl, - Miilh.rv Craven,
cite Ihii-i lmve wliiil no mhr
hat can li.mt, I.e., lhc tuaiilw
/■,„/' fim/i/y p.iin,,! I,,- |||C
famous u,iv, nutting |iroci»H
controlled absolutely for ham
byK A. Mallory & Sons, inc.
THE
PRICE8
ARE
$4.00
$4.50
AND
$5.00
EACH
BURNS BROS. m*\Zu-
CRANBROOK
Form So. UIM
THE WIRELESS TIP TELECRAPH COMPANY
 O.ir.lN.TED   BV   OS	
.,000 rtCT IN  STOCK BEST SERVICE  IN  THE  KOOTENAV.
I. ll.  MclllttllK, rll.VN'RIIOOk-,  II. ,'.
COOL tt'enllioreomliiic, this mggeels     '.
Ilmtini! Stoves. Ask lo a The l-'ireslilo" I
To the Stove Buyer:
Sept. IQ. 1908
Just received, one ear of Heating
"  Stoves. You ean have a wide choice at
present. Stoves and pipes put up without muss or profanity.
i J. D. McBRIDE.
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CARBO-MAGNETIC RAZORS
REQUIRE NO HONINO
Wo huve a Special Prop isiilaft to make you if you want
A GOOD RAZOR
Come in and net u froo book on Hints on Sbavitig
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
C.  II.   M.I.ISDN,   Malinger LIMITED
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City  of   Medicine   Hat
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
The Cilv 1',,,111,'il line matin iirriimi Pills whori-hy n 'Uus
will MI.I'.T ll,,' SI'OKANI*: I'l.VIlK AT n>LI.UlIXIK
for .- nivi-yin j p iisullgi-rs between tlml Bllltinll and Motliulne
llm nt a iiuiliiiiiil clmi-gii ot ,', ,','Mi-, unuli,
K  Kulil.liTS, City Clerk-,
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LOCAL NOTES
in the
PICKED UP ABOUT TIIK CITV Ht
ARK INO QUESTIONS or
MANY-PEOPLE.
llrds-rlih Iail samples have nrnve.1.
-r. c. s,
Ur.  Rutledge visited
Tuesday.
C. Carlson, ol Movie,
Day in Cranhrook.
Robert Robson, ol Mayook
the eity yesterday.
A. F. I.oyst, of Creston, w
eity on Sunday last.
Mrs. A. C. Bowness relumed    on
Tuesday Iron*. Alberta.
Anr.itaKe,   ol   Mayook, visil.il
Cranbrooki on Mondav.
Al. Doyle, ol Fort Stcelo, was   In
the city on Friday last.
.1. E. Kennedy   and   wile returned
lust Fridav Irnm Montreal.
R. li. T.   riaibiaiih wns n    Crnnbrook visitor last Tuesday.
Alwavs the best pietuie show in (he
Iv nt the Kdison theatre.
•I. II. MeBride hus been in I'.ilr.ni
lor several days on husiness.
Mrs.  ||. T.  Brymner visited Spok.
,.- a lew davs lhe past week
".liiutnie" Brechin won jTr, it, the
various events on Labor Day.
Ilr.idsbnw    awl   Washing!,
at Fink's Cure Food Orocery
It. Ilivlnan. ol I'errv Creek
I'limbr-m': visitor „n Momln-
Look out Inr fires these davs.
will pav l„ he extra cautious,
Sttrvevor   Ciimminis    is survevin-
timber lands north ol Cowley.
fl. Wilson, ol Wurdner, was in   the
citv at the  end ol lust week. I
The place vou hear the people talk-
Ini! about.—The Edison theatre.   .        |
Miss F.     Moon, of   Movie,   wns a
Cranbrook visitor on Tuesday. |
William Cnlpman snent Sundav nnd i
Monihty in town wilh his lamilv,        |
The   Misses    Staples,   of WvelilTe.
were in Cranhrook Insl weelq end.
WANTED-A woman to do   wash-1
it.    Applv Mrs. C. .1. Stevens.    II '
FOR RENT—Twn furnishi-d rooms.
Apply to Mrs. S. Richards.        2H-lf|
LOKT-Oold hand bracelet. Finder
please return to Ihis office.      21-lt-
Mrs. fiord nnd Miss Ourd have relumed Irom their visil to Rivers Inlet.
ap in tin*
Hobeilin [all samples have arrived
-C. C. S.
Fink's car ol fruil arrived Unlit.
Huv now. The first Iruit is alwavs
the best.
Oct v,,„r peaches, plums, ,„*;,,>.
i,,,,| crab-apples next week at C;,,„,,ii*ll
& .Mniinine's.
|    A,   lloylc, ol  Fori   Steele, w.is     in
laffray    last   Cianbrook   on      liusiiiess     connected
I with his limilier interests at tlie .*:i,l
spent  Labor  of last week.
I DonH I,,ret the social and dnnco
at the Audit,,iium ,,n Wednesday, the
mth, hv the Ladies Auxiliary ol the
H   I.. K. & K.
V. Hide lliikei, I. p, JJ, Wink) ,„,
nnd ,1. Laidlaw wi-nl to Was,, on
Mondav duck *-h,,oiin*j nnd returned
nub a nice l.ac.
Oconto c. Meiklc,    „( Femie   will
csfabllsl apcr    at Michel.    Mr.
Meii.li* will -rive ii„* people o! i.i.ii
lown a in,- pap-jr,
The Hue lor ll„* Crnnbrook schools
has i"'i yet arrived. It loo'-is us il
Cranhrook was nol
"ill,',*- ,ii Victoria.
-Insepll Walsh, pt
,,! Fori Steele, m
Monday nssistinit
(luring l.nlior Huv.
Mens clothes cleaned   arena
"l' n    lai'i „ld cloth™
new ni   Hi,.    Eaat     K ,„,
noii*.     'Phono 310.
Fred II,,nu,, well known in
luniii,*,   camps  of  Ihis  disttiei
"one I,, Prince    Ruperi nnd il
rale in Hun country,
Tin* annual harvest festival ,
S.,ltalion Armv lakes place
month, eouiiiieiiiini*; „n tin- mi
concluding ,,t, Uie 27th'.
It. II. und Mrs. Bonedlct, of
look, were   in     Hi,, eitv on
day, bavin'-; brotifrlrt a sister
Bmcdlct's I,, tho hosnitnl.
The Electric Light and Waler
companies nro Koine to build n vault
nt llieir olliee for lhe protection ol
llieir documents nnd hooks.
If v„„     wnn!   u
Peterson or   (l.li.M
Manning's.
Dr..I. IV. Collin, of Movie, was iu
llu- city on Monday ta-klng in the
spoils. The doctor is one of the
"u'.si boosters Ihnl Mmle has.
Police Magistrate   Whimster,       ol
plums
II
iviticlnl countable
i in lbe eitv    on
Ilir   local    pelie,
1    and
Italic
Iliilili   tin-
has
Ma-
Sa/tur-
„f Mr.
co pun-   m*l
ai Cantpltell
Feruie. passed through Craubrook, ou
Sntiirilav on Ills way lo* Creston,
where he is spending a few dnvs.
Mrs. .1. II. Seoli returned Inst
Week from Moose Jaw, Sask.. ue-
coinpiiiiipd hv her mother, Mrs.
Navin, and sisier Miss  Evangeline.
Irving    Willson iind his bride    are
expected home u week from Monday.
Paul Handley. nf the Central hotel, jflliorc will be a warm welcome    Ior
Mrs. .lohnson. nf Regina. Is-
fcllost. nf Mr. nod Mrs. D. B.
mage.
the,
linl-
B. VanDcear nre
the coast   in a
Marvsville, wns in the city on     Sn-,?'*'
turdav.
Mr. and Mrs. F.
oxpectfld back front
few days.
The best Iruit and the lowest nriees i
in preserving Iruils at Campbell ■& '
Manning's. I
Labor Dny.
nil Mrs. Willson in Cranhrook.
,1. V. 1 liii'heroft lias gone to the
Corbin camp in the Flathead country
to superintend tlie emotion ot a number ol buildings Ior the new coal
mine.
llolii't'liu .suits me guaranteed     tu
lit.     Made to order, H7.50.-U.O.S.
,,..,,. ,„ ,   Miss Ethel   McKay rctiirniil    last
William     Flowers   wns the fastest  Sunday  Irom her    two   weeks vacu-
runner in the    union men's race    on tion.     Unfortunately   Miss    McKay
| was ill most of    the I lino sin-    wus
Hoberlin fall samples have arrived.
-C. C. S.
,1. C. Mcrington and wife, of Okotoks, Alta., are spending a lew days
in Cranhrook.
Mrs. K. P. Simpson hns purchased
by1
away.
Word hns been received Irom Mr.
and -Mrs. DeVere Hunt that thev will
probably he hack Irom their trip to
Ireland ahoul tlte middle of the
month.
I   S.    Hutchinson,      tin- commercial
operator   (or the   C.P.H, Telegraph
I company, left ou   Mondav for Wiimi-
as  peg, where he will spend tin davs or
the s„ with his lamily.
„.,..„„,  I   Noble    Minis,    of   Trail,   passed
WANTI-.D-Position as housekeeper through I'ruulirool. on Tuesday en
or help. Ranch preferred. Apply route home from Boston, Mass..
V. care of Herald. 24  whe,*,, )10 attended a meeting of the
.lohn Cholditeh' spent Sundav   and  supremo lodge of K. of P.
Monday as the   guest ol K. Mallan-1   1>. Speers and wife, Mrs. Belmont,
Mrs.  Dallas and tlnee boys returned
yesterday from llie east, where they
Hie house on linker Hill owned
,1. A. Aisnew.
Believe me, you'll he as hat,"-*
nine million dollars if you visit
Kdison theatre.
itaine at Creston.
Commercial   travelers
leave their
measures with us for House of Hoberlin suits.—C. C.S.
I'oinsettia art china, thc newest
creation iti Japanese art wan- nt the
Fink Mercantile Co.
K. II. Small has purchased
residence built hv     Dr. F.   K
lind taken possession.
Miss   Moore,   ol   Toronto, has a
ivpteil a posilion as stenographer
the oit'uv ,,i W. F. Ourd.
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WATCH   THIS    SPACE
IRRICATI0N-IRRICATI0N-IRRICATI0N
If yon nre intetcVil, mite ami pny wbnt yon want, dive a
description nf ibe locution nf ymir nt renin ami Vpi'iiiy; iti- we as
iiparty uc yuu inn Ml It. nml the utiproxiinnlfiolpculion of the plaee*
where ymi dosliii tbe waler funed: cay bow mtlitli wilur you need—
THE RIFE HYDRAULIC ENCINE
■Will itive ii, anil I Millmlvi**,.- y..ii iih in tvlinl I .-in. ,l„ for you and whet
it will com.
H.   Y.   PARKER ========
PHONE 171 OIMNDROOK, lt. 0, P.O. IIOXll
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Allien flrtv was in the city from
his island ranch, al ihe mouth of the
St. Marys river, yestetslay.
McVittie .V Parker are making stir*
vevs of govemtnent loads in the
near vicinity of Cranbrook.
(lettrgr Monahnn succeeded ill gelling $10 in several events iu the nth-
l,-ii<- programme on Labor Day.
Mrs. Klingensliiil'li and Mrs. Mc-
Ki-n/.ie came down Irom Klko Monday
lor a lew days visit with friemls.
11,,lii', hi, suits are guaranteed to
fit.    Mmle to order, $17.5(1.—C.C.S.
Mrs. Stewart, of Fertile, mother of
Mrs. W. R. Ross, returnnt home on
Tuesday after a visit nt Wasa.
Horn—At Cranbrook. B. C, on
September 5th, 1IIH8, to Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfrid Haynes, a daughter.
Dr. Hugh Watt was iu the city on
Tuesday visiting his old Iricnd Michael Phillipps, wlm is in the,hospital.
W. II. Wilson, the jeweler, has received bis [all shipment of Pickard's
hand-painted china. Don't lull to see
it.
have been   visiting   Iriends and rcla*
lives for the past three months.
Don't overlook the bargain counter
offer of the Herald until December
1st for 25c. Send iu vour nam*' anl
25c. That is cheaper than stealing
the Hu- lleralil from vour neighbors.
King Ladies' We wish to sec you'. We
are anxious lo show ymi our new
SASK-ALTA rutige- It is taking
the people by storm. "There's it reason." We are sole agents,—Patmoro
Bros,
The lire department was called out
Tuesday evening. Some clothes in a
closet in 11. Pellet's house catching
lire. The Haines were soon extinguished aird     no   water   wus turned
Iln
that
iliilili-
know thai vou can have
winter's waist und skirt
good us new at the East
Kootenay Dye Works.   'Phone 210.
''Captain'' -I. C. Ciout-hcrs. the
well known Vancouver traveler, was
in lhe city on Tuesday. Mr. Crou-
thers snvs thai husiness is improving
dav bv dav in the interior ol the
province.
William Harris met wilh nn unfortunate accident while vaulting on
Labor Day. in lighting on n piece
of luud ground hi* sprainud his insW-p
so Ihut he has lieen laid up at home
.since that day,
Imitations have been Issued lor the
marriage of Miss llarjorle Francis
Armstrong nnd Mr. Miles Ariel
Ileale, whieh is to Inke place in
Christ church m l o'clock Wednesday,
September 2;ird.
II,,1,,-ili,i tall samples have arrived.
-c. c. s.
.Inlin Reid, lhe government siiper-
iiilendeiil    ,,f roads   in this district,
Some fine specimens ol Wm. llnniil-
t,,ti's transparent apples ore on display in Pinti's sanilary Iruit depart-
,.,..,.                     , iiitendeiil    of roads   in tuts district,
Mrs. ,1. Ilrntilt   was operated upon ,,.,s b,e„ Mrf. ,.x,.e|lei,l  work     the
lust Sundav lor appendicitis at    the ,IMt, [,,w wafo. figbtltw fires,     tt is
St;     Engine hospital    and Is doing n\mt»tig to have a man like Mr. Reid
'""'"'■      „ , „ in lliul position.
Oeorge floldie, chid accountant at |.:   |*    Kcpl-   president    ot    Cran.
the government    ollice. spent Sunday •„,„'•, 'j-vpogra'phical  union, went,   to
ind Monday  visiting Iriends in   l-ort |,.„r|,*,. *„;.,     Siiiiiitlov lo look alter
"'""" tin- distribution ol    tl„- five hundred
Steele.
Miss Hall, one ol tbe teachers at
tlie public school, has heen ill* lor the
past few days and unable to attend
school.
Thc little parish church where tho
sermons arc never too long and    ul-
dollar   contribution     made    by tho
parent, organization.
II. V. Parker   was,  nn   Thursdii'
making surveys for P. Wood, who Intends Ihis fall to install an hydraulic
engine at his ranch on Cherry crock.
ways     interesting.    — The   Kdison ror n,e purpose ol giving his home an
theatre. aileqiwte water supply.
We are agents   Ior The House    ol our Crawford peaches ate the ocme
Hoberlin    tailoring    house, and can 0| |H-ripctinn.    Smooth nud Iree Irom
save von 110.00 on a well-made suit, slings.—Fink Mercantile Co.
_c* *"• •*-• II. L. Hothwell has lata the placo
Constable   II.     C.    O. AAicy,   ol ,,[ \   jj   Andrews, as accountant   at
Wardner, was in Cranbrook on Mon- t|m Canadian Hunk ol Commerce, Mr,
day lending   his assistance to      the |{nil,well is well known in       Cr.in-
clly police. In-nok having relieved at the    bank
Fred Small, assistant collector   at here some months ago.
Kingsgate, was shaking hands    with what makes a    more   suitable and
nkl time Cranbrook Iriends the first nnprcclated wedding gilt tlmn n piece
ol the weeli. „f hand-painted china?    Wilson,   tho
Ladles, wc Invite ynu to come in lewclcr, hns iust received n nice as-
and sec our new assortments ol hand- rortmrnt ol the well known "Pick-
painted china.—Fink* Mercantile Co. ard's band-painted" line.
Hoberlin suits are guaranteed to
in.     Made to order, $17-50.-C.C.S.
An* iour white kid gloves soiled1
11 s„ the East Kootenai* Dye Works
,*.,,, make vou tcel that they look
better than ever.     'Phone 1110,
The Fink Mercantile Co. have just
unpacked live eases ot\hand-painted
• '.,panose eliina. Samples on displuv
in their Pure Food Orocery window.
WANTED AT ONCE-Flrst-elass
flenogiapher for law office. State
fully ii'iuliiieations and experience
and s.ilurv desired. Box 7. Cranbrook, Hritish Columhia. 23-Ht
•I- O. Cummings and a survey "ar-
ii consisting of F. Woithington and
Stewart Morris, left on Tuesday for
Cowley, Alberta, where thev have
some time months work ahead of
Uiem.
ii. ll.    Thompson, II, A. ileal,-.
If. Klwell and W. It. (Irubb, went to
Si. Mans lake on Monday on a
lishing trip. They report, having
caught over a hundred trout anil bavins ;; splendid time.
William Hamilton brought in sonic
I cllow Transparent apples on Saturdav. which an- beauties and move
Without a lad,,n of a doubt that
lhe district Is capable oi growing
luui ,,i iiu- finest quality.
W. A. Whitmorc lias taken over llu*
lic.,11 livery stable and will have
charge in lhe future. Mr. Whitmore
thoroughly undei stands his business
and will give the people ol this dis-
IInl  Hie best, ol satisfaction.
V, Hyde Baker, A. Leitch and O.
II. McNab went .shooting at Waldo
lasi week .ml returned on Thursday.
Tlicy roporl excellent sport among
lhe ducks und tu prove the nssi-rtion
brought back an excellent ling ,,[
game.
(Iralinui Campbell and wife, of
Foraic, were in thc citv on Monday.
Mr. Campliell is in the real estate
business in the coul metropolis ,*wid is
the authorized agent lor lhc sale of
the stock of the Aurora mine at
Moyie.
Win. Tosh is having surveys made
Hits week iu connection with the in-
lalling of an hydraulic engine to
supply waler lor his houso, barn,
uul lbe irrigation of live acres ol
land iu the near vicinity of Craubrook.
Dune. McLean and airs. McLean returned ou Tuesday (tout their vacation near Moyie. Dune, has boon
studying nature in tho woods, lakes
and rivers and has a luud ol iiilorm.i-
t-ioll ou hand to impart to his
Itionlds.
The ladies society o( (he 11. of I,.
I*'. and (I. will give a social and dunce
on lhe evening ol Thursday, Septcin-
Ik-i* l7Ui, at the Carmen's hall, Armstrong avenue. A general invitation
is extended to the public. Tickets,
$10.00.
Thc dance that* was to he giveo by
thc Laiiics Auxiliary ol the 11. I..
F. A E., on thc evening ot thc
mth at Carmen's hall has beet,
changed to Wednesday, the llith, at
lhc Auditorium. Remember the
change.
Commercial travelers leave Iheir
measures wilh us (or House of Hoberlin suits.—C.C.S.
Last Saturday nighl a bad lire was
burning iii the bush not (ar Irotn
the south end ol Durick avenue,
lames Rvan -discovered It In time
and tataiiiR the men working on the
big ditch, had the flatties under control in a short time.
-Mitchell i-** Garrett have opened up
taxidermist establishment in thc
Craubrook hotel block. Both these
gentlemen arc past masters in the
subject oi natural history and besides nre the champion lawn tennis
players ol Alberta.
Oct your    peaches,   plums, pears.
and crabapples next week at Campbell
.Manning's.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Manning, ol
Sussex, N. 11., arrived in the cily
Tuesday to spend a month with
their son, Ira Manning. Mr. Man*
niti" is making Ills first trip to the
west and expresses himsell dcli'-bted
with the scenic beauties ol this district.
Mrs. T. II. Whelan was taking care
of her husband's fine diamond stud
since thc lire at Femie and one dny
last week it -disappearcd. Mrs-
Whcluti is ol the opinion that she lost
il while shopping by pulling it out
il her chatelaine hag with her hatul-
kcrchicl.
.1. A. McMartin, who is in charge
,[ thc customs office during the absence ol II. White, and .1. W. McKee,
of the Imperial Bank, spent Monday
fishing in Sand creeV, near Jaflray.
Thc fish Ihcy caught were tho lish
tbey brought home and there were
lots ol them.
.McCallum & Co. have resumed
work on thc ledcral building at Per.
nie. After the lire it was lound
that three out ol the lour walls were
as good as ever, but tho back wall
owing to the twisting ol the Iron
girders was somewhat bent, but this
will lie easily notified.
For your new home: Do you want a
lange'; Wc sell the SASK-ALTA
It has them all "backed oil the
boards" Ior efflclwicy and completeness. Let us show you this range,
and prove to vour own satisfaction
thai we arc selling the best range
money can buy.—Patmore Bros.
Wc are agents lor The House ol
Hoberlin tailoring house, and can
save you $10.00 on a well-made suit
-C. C. S.
Pi-ople who own chickens should
have a place to keep them and not
allow them to be a -nuisance to theii
neighbors. There nre some that are
raising trouble around our place and
some Sunday tliere will be n nice try-
in the "Old Man's" home il those
chickens are not takra car* oL
Messrs. Crowley & Allen, ol
Marysville, have taken over the Falls
View hotel, and wlll havo charge ol
it in the tuture. These gentlemen
will do all in their power to make
tho hotel an attractive place lor the
visitors to Marysville and leave nothing undone to pleas* tbo public.
Chas. F. lillle, T. E. Ryan. ol
Wankcshaw, Wis.; P. ,1. Buckley and
B. E. Crego, ol Aurora, III., were In
the citv this week consuHinij with
O. E. Henderson, ol Bull River tails.
These gentlemen are all Interested in
mining property at Bull river, which
is looking exceodhigly promising at
Ihe present tlm*.
Dr. Bell, always anxious to do
something Ior tho band, presented all
Ihe members with m»t music satth-
els last week, and the gift was very
much appiwkted by the boys. The
order was given to tbe Cranbrook
Trading eomwwiT on Fridav and the
satchels were ready to deliver Saturday eralnc.
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|  S.   J.    MIGHTON.   The  Tobacconist
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WE INVITE YOU
to use our Store in any legitimate
way you may wish. Make it a
place I'or meeting your friends,
taking a rent, or a pleasant half-
hour looking over tlu- largest and
best assortment of
Local View and Comic Cards, Local and
Mountain View Books, and General
Souvenir Goods
to be found on the line. This
means you and yours are welcome
at
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
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Family   Groceries
Tbai ombruces-a groat many things, and a list would fill a
newt*paper. So ive simply waul to impress tiie tax tbat our
-Htuek cmbraees all tbe lines nee-le-i in a bome snd usually
carried in a-iiroeery.
GOODS   OILIVttiO     HOMPTLV
We strive to lmve all j-oo-ls delivered promptly.   Telephone
orders solicited.
PHONE
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J. HANNINQ
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THE
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RAM LAIS AND UPTON'S TEAS
We are receiving next W'*,-k a straight ear of
FRESH FRUITS
This will Ik- tlie tinost ever put on the Cranbrook market.
PEACHES,  PLUMS,  PEARS,  TRACEOY  PRUNES  (SometliiiiR
ospocinlly flnei. CRAB APPLES AND CHOICE COOKING
AND EATINC APPLES
Prices will be down to bed-rock,
Just received, 11 new shipment ot CANONC CHOCOLATES.
As wu uro the lurgest handlers of FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY, we want your business.
uur stock of FANCY ANO STAPLE GROCERIES will be
found complete.
FRUIT) CONFECTIONERY AND TOBACCO DEPARTMENTS OPfll
EVERY EVENINC.    *Vo Groceries sold after '1 o'clock.
CAMPBELL & MANNING !
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A. C.   Bowness
Wholesale Denier in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
Wu  recommend   P. Dawson s  SCOTCH WHISKIES aa
the best,   And Melehor's RED ('KOSS (1IX.
All other choice brands kept in stock.
AOENT   FOR   T.   LABELLE   4   CO.
To clear for stocktaking, «>• will reduce tl..- prices on Outs to
*:»i!ii); Timothy, SiM.iJO; Wheat, Wfi U0,    Strictly spot cash.
CRANBROOK DAIRY
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W. B. BARDCETT
MONOTM
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES
We have lots of Milk and we aro bound In get rid of it. Prices;
1 pint per day  Ill quarts for $1,00
1 quart per day.   II     " 1.00
2 -        - 12    •• 100
1 gallon     "       - HI     " 1.0(1
2 gallons ami over por day ...    11     " 1.00
Cream, per quart, .Vic ; rates for larger quantities.
Skim Milk    25 quarts for 11.00
Bnttermllk, when we have it       10 tents per quart
THESE  ARE OUR SUMMER QUOTATIONS
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THE AUTUMN SHIRTS AND NECKWEAR
ARE HERE
Pretty   Stripes   and   Checks   and
which the swagger fellows will wear
CRAVATS
Fumy   Pat terns,
in Shirts.
In usual wide shapes, made in rich Silk and Fancy
Colore; in Stripes and Checks, will this season contribute
their beauty to the good dressers.
It i.s probably true that more men wear Shirts from
Ihis store than from any other.
If it isn't true, it should be.
As a rule, best values are here.
OUR NEW LINES FOR FALL AND WINTER ARE READY
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AN ENJOYABLE TIME
THE   FOOTBALL BOYS PAY     A
TRIBUTE TO   ff. A. ROLLINS
THKIH PRESIDENT
Last. Sal unlay evening tliere was an
informal meeting of the football boys
uf OraitbroolQ at Carmen's hall, Tbe
attendance was large and a most enjoyable evening was spent by alt. Tbe
occasion was tbe presentation of the
cup to tbe Rovers, tlie winning team
of the season, ami a wedding gift tu
Mr. Rollins from bis friends and nil-
inirers among tbe fuolball players oi
tbe eity, ns"evidence o! tbeir appreciation uf bis    cltorls lo make        tbe
line a sneeess during lbe past summer. Tbe meeting was called a
smoker and it was a sneeess in even
way ami tlie programme presented
was one that would bave done credit
iu a professional concert. There
Were songs by .1. Uur us, A. Wu---*.
MeMillan, J, McLaren, M. Hillary,
.1. (libson, I). Morgan, tt. Honderaoti,
It. Baldwin, .1. Mnnessev, R. Hep
wurtti, II. L. Sl rat ham, ijiiarlelle bv
Messrs. MeLain, Reid, Surhv ami Mi-
Neil, trio bv Messrs. Morgan, Reid
and Sorhy, speech hy S. McDonald
and recitation bv R. Nafe. Tbe accompanists were- .1. 1-ldtimndsoii and
A. Ferguson. During the proceedings a no! of pearl handle knives and
forks were presented tu Mr. Rollins,
the president of thc association, wlm
thanked the donors iu appropriate
terms for their I bought fulness awl
kindness. Afterwards Mr. Rollins
took the ehair ami in bis ullieial capacity presented the cup to the winners uf the season. The evening was
one that will he lone remembered bv
those present, as it irave tbem an oiv-
portunity to get better acquainted
and understand tbe good that there
is in huniiin nature.
OTTAWA.
Murphy * Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    tiJ
Pateut Ofliee Agents.
Praclfee Before Railway Commlssios
Charles Murphy. Harold Kisher;
W. V. <iURI>,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
rUANiucooK.iinrn.su coi.umhi.
MISS WILNELMINA MOSS
CRAOUATE NURSE
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FOR   SALE
A number oi Kain and Chatham Second-band Logging
Trucks. Jusl lhe thing for Tie Contractors lo buy.
Tor particulars apply to
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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.IOR MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
lli-piiirinn a S|»*„iully
Aikens Itlm-k. Crunhruuk
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Now Miiiiinj,*iiii-iii
Improved in Kvery Way
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QUEENS HOTEL
Cranhrook,  B. C. ■
i.l-ST  A.N OK UN. Proprietor
Our Motto : "Tlif- Hf-sl is Nun,* Tor, Ooo-i.'*'     -
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I The Dominion Elections I!
will   probably    take
place   before
November 30th, 1908
You want the news
of the campaign. Ihe
" Herald will print
the news, and you
can jfet the "Herald"
from now until December 1st for
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FRUIT   LAND   FOR SALE
I huve ,*i tin*
mile from lown I
uttriiotivc. witli |,,-n
able turiua.    This ia
ai-.re trai-l ut Fruil  I .mnl a little over a
ml  I  will sell at a price that will  prove
i-iisl, |,,iyttn'iit ami balance on reason-
1 simp.
Atiilrc'ss
'FRUIT   LAND."   Care
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G. T. ROGERS
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LOCAL NOTES
.IMCIU.n UP    ABOUT   THE CITY
i\\  ASKINfi OUKRTIONS OF
MANV PEOPLK.
■• P. ». Hope, ,,f Marvsville, is In the
[eity today.
'   Born,     September 8, 1908, to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Durbet., a daughter.
I   H. If. Ross   and Miss Grace Rass.
of Waldo, are In Mie city lodav.
j    Horn, August 27, IMS, to Mr. and
i Mrs. Joseph Jackson, a daughter.
!   Mr. Allan, of Marvsville, was in the
city yesterday.
I Mrs. May and son, of Koi-t. William,
lute quests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
I Jackson.
Miss Ida l.owr will give evening
classes in shorthand. Applv Her-
j.ild ofliee. 25-tl
! Two new Kobb Muinfol-d boilers, UO
h.p. capacity, for sale. Applv box
\m, Lethbridge.
E, I.'. Smith, hbe St. Marys prairie
j rancher, was in the city todav with a
load of vegetables.
WANTED—Position as upstairs
;irl in hotel or private family. Apply Miss Summers, Herald office.
Cottage to rent on north side ol
lown. Apply to Chas. P. Kll-
sey. 25-lt*
The rectory of Christ church bas
heen re-roofed tbis week. The rectory was Ihe lirst residence built on
Maker Hill, lhat was in June, ixtt*.
Ae the Liberal meet tag tonight, feu-
luri's by the Edison theatre staff will
he Introduced, including .snngn, motion pictures, etc.
The ltev. l-'lewelling met with a
painful accident; yesterday. Slipping
uu the verandah of the rflolory he
plained his ankle -severely,
\l. \. Macdonald, of lhe law firm
rf Harvey, McCartei \ Macdonald,
leiurned today from a two months
rip to eastern points.
Waller Reed, ot the Cranbrook Cooperative Stores, bad the misfortune
fracture his shoulder blade      lasl
weok.    Mr.   Reed is attending      to
business, .iitlinm,.|i his arm is in      a
illng,
llogfmitli ,^ Rollins, ol the Cran
brook hotel, have had a new advertising stand placed on the counter of
the ofliee. This is a very handsome
piece of furniture and adds very much
lo the appearance ol the handsonid 10-
1 nmla uf Ihe hotel.
Furnished room for r, nt
i;.I.  Leask. :Vif
• A lodge of (bid Fellows will he
installed at  Kaslo uu the 17th      of
"this month and the members of tbe
Melson Indue will Irave chnrge of the
work. The members of Kev City
Lodge, of this eity, have received   an
'invitation to lie present. As the
Knslo fruil fair will be on at    that
Ilium special rates tu Kaslo can he
secured;
| fieorge Pedlar, editor ol the Fernie
Free Press, was in town vesterdav.
Mr. Pedlar says that part of their
machinery Iras   arrived and the rest
Hugh Fulton, of Ladysmith, grand
master of the Odd Fellows of Hritish
Columbia, will meet wilh the members of Key City Lodge and the
Rebekahs of this city next Saturday
evening at thc lodge rooms. The
committee in charge will arrange fur
a closed meeting and later there will
be n banquet and the members ol the
Rehefcib lodge will he presenl with
the Odd Fellows. Owing to the
short time to ghe notice the committee has asked the Herald to invite
every Odd Fellow in the city to lie
present on that occasion and join in
extending to the grand master a
most cordial welcome.
will bo there this wee!: and (hat    ...     ,,.,     .    .
all pmbabiHtv t'hev will he ready for 1*» "ante i" Greenwood haw
business next*week*. Tlie Fernie pa- withdrawn their advertising patron-
ncra have had a hard time of it and age "om ■¥ Greenwood Ledge. That-
Uie Herald trusts that thev mav en- newspaper iu commenting on thc
iov an era of prosperity and not have cirtent says: "Ihe banks of Groen-
aiiolher tire for at least three vears. J"™ haw quit advertising in tbe
,, ,     , , ,., ,      .,     l-'dge.       ll is    believed that    this
Udonel Lowery, editor of the course was taken owing t-o Thc
(iiirnwootl Ledge, passed through Ledge's position on labor questions.
crunbrook last Thursday. The The paper will probably pull throu"h.
colonel lias been "on the -hike," down We are, of course, sorry to lose nd-
ln the cent belt. When the colonel vortlsing patronage, hut would be
was leaving a few weeks ago there more sorry to lose our self-respect
was a rumor in tbe press that lie and retain the adverisctnents of the
wouhl not return alone, but oven af-, hanks. Some dav the bank managers
ter a careful examination of the Pull--of Greenwood may need a good word
man no sign of a bride could Iw   dis- even from The bedgo.     Hank mnnag-
MayciM-k,   who is  associated  prove Mini his efforts are
All
in the hanging   business with       his  fullv
brother at Gillette, Wyoming, was iu
Uie cily for a day or two this week,
having   brought    his   mother,    Mrs.
veered,    Mr. Lowrev savs he   had
verv pleasant lime, but is glad to be
back aiming his beloved mountains.
The people of Rock Creek and
Benedict Sblin-u; have a serious
grievance against the C.P.R. Under
the old .regulations the trains stop at
Mayook, where nobody lives, but does
not stop at Benedict Siding nor
Rock Creek. If a platform was put
in half way between these two
places it would give satisfaction to
nil concerned. As it is now there is
nobody Satisfied. What is the m, '
ter with ii change thai would meet
the demands of the public?
Tom   Proctor,    one  of   the   best
lioosU-rs that Pfelsou ever had, and a
mau who never said a word against
another tuwn in boosting his own,
was in Uie eity yesterday and todav.
Mr. Proctor is largely interested in
the development uf the Kootenays and
never I ires in singing the sweet song
ol,prosperity in this part of the
country, If Britisli Columbia had an
army of men like Tom J'rortor. Fred
Hume, George Well;, Fred Starkey
and a few more of that kind this
province would be a  whirlwind.
W. A. Pratt has returned to the
district after nn absence of nearly
three years While away Mr, Pratt
has heen jn California. Nevada, Utah,
as well os iu northern Hritish Columhia. Sneaking of the north countrv
Mr. Prut I said: "Rupert is bound to
he a large city and there will he the
uppoitiinilies there as presented
ilu'iiiM-lvc; here years ano, but it is a
little early tn think of going tltere
Mr, prall will remain in Cranbrook .md has accepted a position
wilh J. F. Huchcroft. Ihe contractor.
Cranbrnok is,  in proportion to its
•luil.iliuu,  lhe hest show town     in
the province   nud    is now being educated to it keen discrimination      bc-
twi-ni   exhibitions    worth the money
an,I those   In low    par.     Manager F.
IV. Reeves, of the Auditorium theatre
picture   show,     ••Western   Canada's
famous baritone,"    is greatly aiding
hi the public education and has now a
picture show of a singularly attractive character, containing amusement
without   vulgarity,   instruction without boredom and songs of the highest
■vcellenee.    The crowds at. his house     \   s
-■*-■"■■ •■»• appreciated Vandidnt
25-H    (was    ii.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ihe It. L.  come
F. it E,   will give their soeial    and   Mr.
rs arc human like other mortal:
There is nothing that appeals to a
woman in the way of tfie artistic
mure lhan cut glass, and history has
never recorded a case where a present
ol cut yiass failed tu please and give
the utmost delight. There has been
displays uf this favorite ware m
western towns lime aud again, bul
perhaps there never was such a display as that being made by Ucaitic
& Atchison at the present time. One
of the large windows in thc store
was tilled last wecta with every conceivable design of cut glass, from the
smallest tray to a lamp that reaches
the price of $lf>u. Hundreds of
peoplo have lingered iu front of that
window and thoroughly enjoyed the
beauty presented by the artistic arrangement made by E. H. Small,
who delights in handling a window
when he has thc right kind of goods
to make a display.    Some have ask-
d what the firm will do with so
much cut glass. Mr. Beattie meets
this inquiry witb a smite, as he has
dealt with the people of this district
AT THE THEATRES
Miss Marie Van Tassel and her
company held Uie boards at the Auditorium thc first three days of this
week. On Monday night "Wife In
Name Only" was the bill. In tnis
melodrama Miss Van Tassell as Hess
is at her best- as she always is iu
heavy parts. John Lawton as Jas.
Moredetli. and Bert llulley as Davie,
divided the honors as leading men,
while Miss Dettie Windsor, as the
adventuress played a difficult pail
well, On Tuesday evening "The
Mysteries uf Audlcy Court" was presented. 'This is, of course, a dramatization of the famous novel "Ladv
Audley's Secret." Miss Van Tassel
as Lady Audlcy was good, Bert Medley as George Tallboys was really
first-class, as was John Lawton as
Itohi 11 Audlcy. Miss Windsor, as
Phoebe, the maid, showed herself   to
juvenile lead. On
western      drama
put on, in . which
does a verv clever
tlie parts of Nancy
Hilly   Picper.        J
the
be    11 flrstcla:
We.ines lav
"Wyoming" wai
.\lis.s Van Tassc
double,    plaviu-
Wiir.uns     ,in,l
Sinklus as the judge, Miss White as
Captain Tommy and Bert Hedlev as
the liaison, all played their parts
witli vim. John Lawton as Sandy
eclipsed himself. Mr. Lawton has
bun in Cranbrnnk several times before and is known as a versatile actor, having not only played leads but
many character parts. The Van
Tassel company is above the avcrnffO
of repetoire companies Inuring the
west.
The Edison was packed iu the doors
on Monday evening when the moving
pictures representing tiie ^uebw; celebration were presented. Everybody
who saw ibem were delighted with
their clearness. The (act lhat so
many notable people appear in these
pictures made them of great interest,
i'he rest of tile performance, consisting as it did of otlier animated pictures ami songs hy Mis. Do volt, was
greatly appreciated. Thv Kdisuii
have ;t change of programme every
night this week and there is no
duuin ahoui the pictures always being good.
Starting this evening there will he
moving pictures at the Auditorium
during the balance of the week, with
A change of programme each evening.
The pictures are of the very best
and trood houses will be lhc order
for the bnlance ol the week.
MISS   GREEN
UiiwhiiitolWnniflttmiwrvaloiyof Muslu)
LESSONS IN PIANO ANO THEORY
-Mho l Iium L»>HMili8lu"Tllfe Hhutlniud
Mlleir Sillily  lot- Iti'tOlltKTK "
TERM COMMENCES AUCUST IS
i    STt hi":  AltMCTIlONd   AVKN'UK
Tflephnne IIKI
H. C. C. SALMON
PIANO  LESSONS
Ijvsuhb i„ Mii«i,al Tlinory
DANCES  ATIENDED
In mnl uut of lltt-l'ily
I'ull iii,*li,*-iiii ,„■ I',:,,,** Only
CKAMIkOOK       -       II. C.
1 a************************
j      C. H. DUNBAH       |
J   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary    •
* Public, Etc. $
L Cranbrook,    ■    •    tt. C.   |
IIRS. KINU & ORI.K.N,
Physicians and Surgeon*.
nitii-c at limhlrai-*, Armstrong ».«,
OKk'lUK HOUHS 1
Kiiimiii'iiih - - .. g.llll to in.On
AllcrnooiiN - - - 2.llll tn   ,110
Evenings - . - . 7.30- to  8.311
S.niil.iys .... 2.30 to   4.311
CKANHKOOK :l    ::    1;    u    U. C,
I)K. P. K. MII.I-S
DENTIST
in-Tin-: nouns:
* to 12 a.m.
I lo   6 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
ofTiue in iirw llriil lllnik
CltANIlltOOK        -      -      - II. 0,
lot years antl fully realities Unit they
luml the best when they do hav, ra-
pccially when tlicy can not such u
class of &00US at the price that these
arc liciiiR soltl nl. 'Inure Is 11 reason
for the low prices, and Unit Is lhat
tho firm bought direct Irom the Ur
Inctnry in Vermont und out out the
middle man's inoiits. This can only
lie done tvlien one Imjs 1,11 a lal'Rc
scale ns Health' ,-. Atchison liavi*
ddiio-lliis year.
at tiik st. i*;i'ui*:xi*:
(Moyie I .cider.)
A now boiler room is to be built
near Hie l-akp Shon- ivorllna ol Must. Kugeno. and 0 high trestle is lo
be built out over the railwav track,
over which the ivnslo will lie curried
out over and diimiied.    There was 11
Ri,r shipment ol on* irmn the St.
Kiikciic Insl week: than lor nnv week
previous during tho current vear. The
mine now has more ore in siitht titan
ever before in  Ils history.
Mil. UOOIIKV1-: IIKKK.
(Ioodeve.   ihe Conservative
lor    lhe nonunion house,
in   town     lust Kriday, havin-g
down the   vallev [rom Oolden.
Ooodeve is a well known citlz'tn
Aliiyci'ck, hen;
Mrs. OTIearn.
lo visit her daughter,
of   Herald   Office
in?   ot Wiilnesdny,   September loth.
The ciiinniltti'c in charge of thc af-
Judge ► 01111 is expected home in fnir are learing nothing undone to
.Nelson about tlie 27th ot this month make the eii-nl a greal success. The
Irom his tour o( the Old Country, tlckels are being soM tor $1.50, which
lini'tng Judge Form's absence Judge includes tlio social, dance nud relresh-
ttilson has lain Inking his duties in tni-nts. The Movie nrchestra will he
Wesi Kootenay. Judge Wilson, on In attendance. This promises to be
.Judge Hirlns return, will be relieved oho ol the most enjoyable events ol
of these duties and will simply look , tlie carlv fall season, and no one
iiflei judicial matters ih Kast Kuote- should miss thc opportunity to
lay. 1 present.
dance al the Auditorium on the even- of   Kossland    and   personally *. Une
'iitlentan and is ri-eognl-z-Ml as one ol
Hie leading nlatlorm speakers of the
province. He addressed a meeting of
Conservatives at the Kdison Mteatre
tli.it. evening and lefl the next dav
Ior Nelson.
$50.(10 HEWAW).
Lost—A diamond    slud.       Finder
be will receive above reward lor returning to Mrs. T. H. Whelan.
C. P. It. I'UOI'ITS
Montreal, Au**. 11.—At a meeting
ul directors of the Canadian Pacific
railway yesterday a dividend of two
per* cent on preference stock and
three per cent on common slock for
the half year which elided June 30th
last was declared. An additional
payiticut ol otie-iinlf ol one per cent
,,11 common stock will be paid thcreuu
at the same time out ol llu* interest
un tin- proceeds of land sales. Ite-
sults (or lhe liscal year to .lime IIU
last were:
Uross earnings, $71,384,173,
Working expenses, $10,501,807,
Ncl earnings, $21,792,3011.
Net caiiiiiigs til steamships in excess ,,f iiiiiouiii included 11, ii„,<iibli
■■epulis, $1,112,750.
liieonu* trom oilier sources, $1,511,-
8"l,
Total net Income, $01,410,000,
Ik-duct iixeii charges, $8,770,070,
Surplus, $15,070,020,
llodiici amount transferred to
sli'iiiuship ii'pliiffincnt ai'cii.it, $-*IOO,
mm.
Disliiei contribution to pension
Uuiil, $80,000,
Net revenue available lor dividends,
$11,7111,1122.
Alter lint mcnl ol all dividends de-
lured for the year lhe surplus for
lbe year carried lorwnrd is $5,570,^05
WIIKN SIMON KltASKII CAME
(Dally Columbian.)
Mr. It. K. Oosncll, provincial archivist*: who isilevoting liis attention to
lhe preparations for thc centemirv
celebration ol the exploration ol the
Kraser river by Simon Kraser, is considering a* proposition ol sending an
expedition up lhc river lo run some
of the canyons in canoes while a
moving picture machine records thc
scenes Ior reproduction at tho celebration. The plan has been discussed
with Mayor Keary, manager ol the
exhibition, who is also ol the opinion
that representatives ol the explorer's
voyage by moving pictures would
prove lo he one ol the leading lea-
turcs ot the centaury celebration.
**********************
; CUMMINUS & CUMMINGS \
'. CIVIL  HNIIINKKKS MD  DOMINION
AND II. C. UND SIIKVCVOIH
tJ'S" Cranbrook, B.C.
J. T.  LAIDLAW
MINING ENGINEER
B.  C.   Land Surveyor
CFANBROOK    ■     B.C.
K.C. Swnniioll, li. I„N„ 11 C. I., s.
A, I. Iliilwrlsnn, U.C. I. s.
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
lluiiilnl ,11,1 llrilisli Coiumliin
LANO SURVEVORS
I'.O, Miawe, Tin: VICTORIA, I.C
w. 11. n,*„iiv. piimml IHn-i'tnt
ClHllI,,,.,!. it..*. ci,,,,,. tt0. kd
J.   \\*    IM   I'LKIMJK
VHIIKIN.AKV SUKOtiON
(Iriiitiinteof um mi,, Vrteritmry
I'olbign, Toronto, in istis.
tJniiluule and Mednlllff of
MeKilli|i's Vi'irifimiv College,
Chicngo. in imn>. .,-.
Nine yimih' exjierleiiee in
Veleriimry piuetiee in Manitoba.
Offfcr at Cranhrouk Hotel.
MARK SEA KEE
LAUNDRY
OppOjlteC, I'. It. Station
P.   O.   BOX   06
Kirsl-elass Work „t Moderate Price,
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