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VOLUME  11
THE ORANBROOK HERALIT?
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C.BANBttOOK.   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   THU BSD AY.  -lU-SJS   11,   1908
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Less than One Mile from the Cranbrook City Post Office
are the Cranbrook
Irrigated Orchard Lands
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TIIK SI') I,nuts are Bituated directly South id the City ot
Cranhrook, less titan three-
i|iiartcrs id a mile from thc
City Limits, less than a mile from
the Post oilic.' ami only one-quarter
of a mile from thc built up portion
nf this City. The aspect is western,
lbe land having a distinct western
slope, which is known to ho the
proper slopn fnr successful fruit
Ri-oWlnR all tho world over. Tho
quality of the soil is first-class, excellently adapted fnr fruit growing,
both lnrise and small fruits, the soil
nn these lauds being identical with
lhat in other portions ot thc District
i.f Mast Kuotenay, where fruit has
hifii and is hoiny successfully grown
without any possible doubt whatever. Kor strawberries, raspberries,
currants, garden truck, potatoes and
other vegetables this land cannot be
beaten,   pasl    crops    having demon*
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strata) this tact thoroughly, as
everyone will bear out. Tlicse lands
being irrigated, insure to tiie owner
a certain crop every year, there is no
speculation ou tbe weather, and the
land is thereby a sure investment,
from tiie crop standpoint. You know
what you are going lo get before you
start in.
These   lands    are   sub-divided into
FIVE ACRE BLOCKS
each provided wilh a frontage on a
road and a supply ot water, whieh
belongs to the land, and not to the
owner of the land, so that it cannot
he taken away trom the land. Five
acres is about all one family can attend to and provides sufficient space
for the building of a nice home, (lower ami vegetable garden, orchard,
pasture, stable for cow and horse,
rig shed, chicken house nnd runway,
without having   to   crowd tbem to
gether. The majority nt tbe land
around Cranbrooit, through which ihe
Creek (lows, is situate above the.
Crook level, making it difficult to irrigate. These lands, however, aro
situated Ik'Iow the level of the ditch,
affording the simplest means ot
handling the water,
Within one mile of these lands are
situated five churches, excellent
schools, doctors and all classes of
professional men and a City of close
mi :t!»liO souls. A market is provided thereby, within one mile of your
land, for everything you ean grow or
produce. Milk 10c. per quart, tmtter
:t"ic. iter pound, eggs Irom 35c. io Stic,
per dozen, according to season,
strawberries from '.iw. to 254, per
small hox. currants and gooseberries
l"ie. per pound, apples 5c, per pound
and as much as S-'umu lias been manic .
off au acre and one halt of strawberries in one season by Mr. Wigen,   nt
Creston, where the soil is identical
with that on the above lauds and no
crop in Creston has ever exceeded in
quality or quantity the crops grown
in this neighborhood. Craubrook affords the best opportunities abd facilities for shipping fruits awl vegetables of all kinds to the Crows Nest
Pass Country which ean now
consume all the products ot this
Kast Kootenay country and'other
countries us well, to sny nothing ot
what the consumption will he in a
few years, when the Crows Nest Pass
will l>e a hive of industry trom one
end to tho other and lo those producers, who are Ibe nearest shippers,
will the greatest profits accrue, Ten
years ago, large tracts of land could
be purchased around Cranhrook tor
one dollar per acre from tho government, these same tracts arc now
selling tor IS, ltd, *lf> and $2i> per
acre in large blocks, Imt where sub
divided are fetching as high as S15Q
to VM per acre without any irrigation facilities. Land will improve
in price tight along and any person
securing uue ol our five-acre blocks
now at tbe price they are offered at,
will, in five years time, own an investment that will give him an income for life. What are five acre
blocks one mile out of Spokane wort*
today? Ton years ago they could be
purchased for a moderate sum, Al
the present rate at which Crnnbrook
is growing, it will only be a Utile
while before the City LdiuHs will ne
up to the lines of th.* above lands,
the residential portion "f Cranbrook
is now only one quart* r of a mile
distant. Several ot these blocks
have already been sold aud clearing,
ploughing and fenciug will commence
right away on some ot them in
order to prepare the soil (».r the
planting of fruit trees in tlie spring.
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PRICE
$100.00 PER ACRE
TERMS;   25 PER CENT. CASH: BALANCE IN 6. 12. AND 18 MONTHS
Beale & El well, Cranbrook
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ALBERTA
OILFIELDS
Teamster Solly, .'iml Will, Donald, woodcutter, just
in from our onitip, where they havo boon employed (or
months pnst, anil roporl thai for three ilnys they
Saw Oil Flow
from the tup of ..m*. HI Well, nml Hint tliere uus sufficient
1,-un pressure ... run the plant nn.l light camps.
A Second Plant
hns been purchased, ami will in- in operation ue noon ut*
roads pfantl of getting stum- in.
Throe adjoining seotlons of Oil Lniult. hnve been applied
for, making mir holding nearly 1,01 n nores.
The proposition of n Townsite, I'usl OIHoa nnd Stage
Coach in under t-otisidernlion.
Une Shait- means "tie -hair in all.
Wc hnve struck (our oil* hearing ..rains, l.nst two
cat. In* inndi* I-M-. Hi nl pr...lui'i*i*H.
It's n fni't. of ilir LU el, ui stool, llml win, put mi llu-
iiiiuk.'l only n very limited number of Shares nri- loll for
nu- tu pin.-.', nn.l them, inn)' In* Inkon nii.v ll.oine.it.
We Make No Misrepresentations
Too ninny peoplu hnve inspected in*.
WW. a square Company, Expert Drillers, u I'lnnt and
Sure Property, yon sin.uld gut your Shares lo-dny.
We guarantee   ...  hold   no mure Shares unless (mid
for in full.
Slum's $1.00.   Certificates of 50 slum's nnd upward*.
Ui'iiiit direct lo
MARCY D. COUCH    •    Agent
Canadian Northwest Oil Company
PINCHER CREEK •      •      ALBERTA
GRITS ANNIHILATED
Toronto, .lune 8.—Today's electiona
in Ontario resulted in a landsweep
in lavor of the Whitney government.
In tbe last house ol 98 members
Mr. Whitney had behind him 70 members, leaving the opposition 28. At
lhe last session tbe number ol seats
-nas Increased to lot.. The t'onserva-
tives .bought tbat II tbey were able
to curry "ll seals ia today's elections
tliey would lie holding their own,
tlie' increased representation being
given to the Liberals.
The government, however, did mueh
better than anticipated, carrying no
less than »« seals, leaving 17 lor Hie
Liberals, twn seats being in doutit,
and Mr. Sudbolme, the labor candidate being i-livted in Hamilton.
All tlw members o( the government
weie returned, mostly by a very
largo majority, the exception being
Hun. Nelson Monteith, in South
Perth, who has only a majority of
llll. The Conservatives carried all
eight seats iu Toronto and nearly all
hy majorities running into thoti-
sands, most nl the other candidates
losing their deposits.
Tin- best fight was made tty Hov.
II. C. Ilossnck, who was ddoated by
.lohn Shaw by only about 400.
New On.alio went solidly Ior the
government, Ihough the returns received are not yet fully completed,
the majorities appearing to -be large.
I.itiernts were elected in the lollowing const UiM-nclcs*. Hruce, south;
North Orey, llaldimand, I'enter
Huron, Kast L.inibton. Norlh Midllle*
sex. West Middlesex, West Nortlmni-
lii-rlnnd, Enst Ottawa, North Oxlnrd,
Soulh Oxloid, North Itenlrew, Russell. Kast Hlmcoe, St.trmont, West
Wellington, South Wentworth, Stml-
hiiliue. Liilinr was elected In F,as.
Hamilton, Leeds and Mniiitniilin aro
In doubt and all the remainder ol tiie.
seats were carried by the government ealul.da.es.
Montreal, .lune 8.—Tin- Quebec elections which took place to-day resulted in the return ol tlie Gouln government by a reducrtl majority. The
opposition hod seven members in tin-
last house; In the new one they wlll
have sixteen.
The feature ol the contest was Hie
fight tn tbe St. .lames division ol
Montreal between Premier (touin and
Henri Bourassa, Uie nationalist leader. The premier was considered
impregnable in this division, which he
hns represented tor some years, hut,
Mr, Bourassa conducted a whirlwind
campaign and downed thc premier by
51 votes. Thc premier will be ln tbe
next house as he was also a candidate
in Porlneut and waB elected there by
a majority ol 825. Mr. Bourassa
ran tor two contintiiencics, his second
being St. Hyacinth*, where the vote
was a tie. The returning officer will
vote tor Mr. Bourassa's opponent but
the prospeetB are that Mr. Bourassa
will     be seated    on  the   recount.
Another feature was the deleat of
the Conservative leaders Messrs. Le-
hliiiic, aud Pelletier, thc former in
Laval by 17 and the latter in Dorchester iiy a large majority.
Arniaiid l.avcrgne, who resigned his
sent in the house of couimi-ns to
run fur Montmagny, succeeded. All
lhe members ot the Qouin government
were returned hy good majorities.
. The constituencies carried hy the
Conservatives nnd Nationalists were:
lleauharnois, Charlevoix, Chateau-
gay, Comptoe, Two Mountains, Jacques .'artier, .loliette, Laprairie,
Milslllliolige, Megan.it', Molltlnngliy,
St. .fames and St. Antoino divisions
uf Montreal, Oltawa, Nhelliird and
Verchares. Tlie independent Liberal
1-an.iidales were e'ected.-in l.'Assomp*
linn and Quebtt east, defeating the
government candidate. Both -will
\ote wilh the government. All diver constituencies elected straight supporters nf lbe government.
ONTARIO
conservatives 	
Liberals 	
In doubt 	
Labor 	
.86
..18
.. t
.. 1
Total 106
The result ol the elections in Ontario yesterday was a veritable
triumph lor Hun. .1. P. Whitney and
tbe C.mserva.lve party.
Mr. Whitney commenced thc battle
yesterday with the record ot a majority ol I'I in a house of 08 members.
Today he has a majority ot anywhere from HT to ml in a house of
lllll leaving out ol the count Hamilton's labor member.
ONTARIO HKTI*RNS
Tin- lollowing are Hi,' returns Irom
Ontario. The names ol the candidates are given, the c.indtdali-s elect-
e.1 and the record nl llu* constiliiincy
at Ihe last election.
There will be some corrections.
Ilnlh sides claim Lewis and there
is some doubt ubout Smith Perth, No
returns are In Irom Manitouliu and
Parry Sound, hut both arc expected
to go Conservative:
Addingtim-W. .I. Paul, Con., elected by acclamation. Last election
Con. by 025.
Algoma—W. R Simllie, Con.; -lohn
McKay, Lib. Smythc elected. Last
election Con. by 390.
Brant North-.!. It. Fisher, Con.;
Geo. L. Tellord, Lib. Fisher elected
hv 260.    Last election Con. by 05.
"Brant Sotitb-W. S. Brewster, K.
C, Con.; M. W. McEwen, Lib.,
Brewster elected bv S00. Last election Lib. bv 152.
Brockvllle—A. K. Donovan, Con.;
W. S. Buell, Lib.; Donovan elected liy
500.     Last election Con. hy ,126.
Ilrncc Center-Hugh Clark, Con.;
.1. .1. Hunter, Lib.; .'lark elected by
200. Last election Conservative by
257.
Bruce North-D. M. Icrmyn, Coni,
C. M. Bowman, Lib ; Icrmyn leading
by 15,    Last election Lib. by 80.
Hruce South-Dr. R. Clapp, Con.;
It. li. Traux, Lib.; Traux elected by
72.    Last election Con. by 72.
Carlcton—R. II. JlcElroy, Con.; It.
P. Sparks, Uli.; W. II. Hartin, lnd.
McElroy elected by 500. Last election Con. by H70.
Dullerin—C lt. McKcown, Con.;
It. It. Woods, Pro,, Mckeown elected
by 400.    Last election Con. by 03.
Dundas—Hon. .1. P. Whitney, Con
T. McDonald, Lib.     Whitney elected
by 1000.    Ust election Con. hy 024,
Durham East—P. .1. Preston by ae-
ctamatioir. Last election Con. by
792.   -
Durham Weal*-.I. II, Devitt, Con.;
T. Baker, Lib. Deritt elected bv
20.    Lust election Con. hy 131.
Elgin East—C. A. Brower, Con, C.
W. Wonnacott, Lib. Brower elected
Last election Conservative by 124.
Elgin West-F. O. Maedlarmid,
Con., F. W. Sutherland, Lib. Mac*
iliarmid elected by 793. Last dec
..on Con. by 536.
Essex North—Hon. Dr. llcaumc,
Con.; A. ' McNce, Lib.; A. (lignae,
lnd. Rename elected bv WOO. Last
election Con. by 836.
Essex South—Dr. Anderson. Con,;
.1. A. Auld, Lib., Anderson elected.
Last election Lib. by 139.
Fort William-Dr. Smellic, Con.,
Dr. Hamilton, Lib. Dr. Smellic
elected hv large' majorilv. Last elec-
liun Con. by 3H8.
Frontcnac—J. S. Gallagher, Con..
II. W. Reynolds, Lib. Gallagher
elected by 200. Lust election Con.
hy 318.
Glengarry—D. II. McDonald, Con.;
A. W. McDougall, Lib.; McDonald
elected by 209. Last election Lib.
by 264.
Orenvllle— G. II. Ferguson, Con.,
nnd lour members, It. I. .loynt, Iml.
t'on.; Ferguson elected by 0. Last
election Con. by 518.
Grey Center—I. II. Lucas. Con ; P.
MfCiillougb, Lib. Lucas elected by
2011.    Las. election Con. by 1239.
Orey North—(I. M. Hoyd, (on.;
Hon. A. II. McKav, Liberal leader.
McKav elected hv 150. Last election
Lib. by 271.
Grey South—Dr. Jamiesun, Con.,
N. McCaunel, Lib. .lamleson elc<*L-il
by 300.     Last election Con. by 410.
llaldimand—Dr. .Iiiques, Con.; .la-
cob Kobler, Lib. Kobler re-elected
by 20...   Last election Lib. by 527.
Halton—A. W. Nixon, Coni; It. D.
Warren, Lib. Nixon elected by 400.
Last election Con. by 510.
Hamilton East--.!. .1. Scott, K.C.,
Con.; W. McCletnont, Lib.; A. Stud-
holme, Lab. Studholmo elected.
Last election Labor by 853.
Hamilton West-Hon. .1. S. Hen*
drie, Con.; W. H. Wartlrope, Lib.,
Hendrie elected by 1560. Last election Con. by 424.
Hastings North—.!. W. I'earce,
Conr, It. Riddell, lnd. I'earce elect-
edby over 900. Last election Con.
hy 1531.
Hastings East-A. Richardson,
Con,; D. Ponder, Lib. Richardson
elected bv 500. Last election lnd.
by 272.
Hastings West—J. W. Johnson,
Con.; ft. Pringle, Lib. Johnson
eieeteil by ISO. Last election Coo.
by 524.
Huron Center—A. Porter, Coo.
Win. Proudfoot, Lib. Proudtooi
elected by 150. Last election Lib.
hy 150.
Huron South—II. Eilber, Con.; J
Kellerman, Lib. Eilber elected bv
uw.    Last election Con. by 411.
Huron North—A. II. Musgrave
Con.; .1. T. Ctirrie, Lib. Musgravu
i-K-i-ted liv 170. Last election Lib
by 2.
Ki nt past—P, 11. Uowyer, Con.; K
I., tlosnell, Lib. Bowyer elected by
sn.     Last election Con. by 56.
Kent West—O. W. Sulman, Con.
1-'. Stone, Lib. Sulman elect-ill b*,
200,     Last election Lib. by 167.
Kenora—II. Machin, Con.; A. E
A mils, Lib. Machin elected by 300
.New constitueucv.
Kingston—W, F. Nickle, Con.; E
.1. II. Pcnsc. Lib.; ,1. H. Metcalle,
Lab. Nickle elected by 400. La*
election Lib. by 20.
Lamhton East—H. Montgomery
imi.; R. .1. McCormick, Lib. Last
election Con. bv 139.
Lamhton West—Hon. W. .1. Hanna,
c„n.: II. I. Towers, Lib. llaiin-.,
fleeted liv 1000. Last election Con.
bv 621.
Lanark Nurlh-Dr. R. F. Preston,
''nn.: R. A. Galbraith. Lib. Pres
ii-n elected bv 300. Last electics*.
Cm. by 177.
Lanark South—Col, Maijbcson, Con
Elected bv acclamation. Last elec-
i Inn Con. by 891.
Leeds-J. It. Dargavol, Con.: W.
F. Wilson, Lib. lu do.flii, claimed
liv bulb sides. Lasl t-lcctiitiii Con. by
010.
l-*niiux—T. ... Carscallen, Con.; M.
S. Mail,.re, Lib. Carsciilieu probably elected liv 31, Las. election Con
by 68.
Lincoln—Dr. .I.-sm.ji, Con.; W. Mit*
ihell, I.il' Jesson elected by •
lai**.-,* majority. Last election Con.
by 765.
London—ll.ni. A.Iain Reck, Con.; .1.
M. McEvoy, Lib Beck elected by
1600,    Last eliiik.n Con. by 566.
Manltuiilin—P.. II. Gamey, Com-,
I. Carriithers, Lib. No tennis.
Lasl election Con., bv 448.
Middlesex East—G. W. Neely. Con.;
•I. Oillson. Lib. Seek elected by
10...     Last election Con. by 110.
Middlesex North-C. C. Hodgins,
Con., D. C. Ross, Lib. Ross elected
by 150.    Last election Con. hy 66.
Middlesex West-.!. C. Elliott, Lib,
I. P. iKiugall, lnd. tSliott elected
by 400.    Last election Lib. by 113.
Mcmck—I. A. Ross, Con., T. Marshall, Lib. Ross elected by 100.
Last election Lib. by 77.
Muskoka—A. A. Mahafly, Con. by
acclamation      ' ■   ■•      -   - -
900.
Nipissing—II. Morel, Con.; .'•
Loughlin, Lib..*, Morel elected by 200
Last election Con. by acclamation.
Norfolk Sout.h-A. C. Pmtt, Con.;
C. S. Killmastcr, Lib. Pratt elect
ed by 100.    Last election. Con. by 13,
Norfolk Xorth-H. I'. Innes, K.C.,
Con.; T. A. Atkinson, Lib. Innes
elected by a small majority. Last
election Lib. by 381.
Northumberland East—S. Nesbitt,
Con., L. F. Clarry, Lib. Nesbitt
elected by 600. Last election Con.
by 812.
Northumberland West—F. 1). Boggs,
Cca.; S. Clarke, Lib. Clarke elected bv 225. Last election Lib. by
270.
Ontario Norlb—W. 11. lloyle, Con.,
W. J. Kestir, Lib. Hoyle elected by
30.     Last election Con. by 182.
Ontario South—C. Calder, Coo.,
.1. Carnegie, Lib. Calder elected by
200.     1/ast election Con. by 112.
Ottawa East—N. A. Champagne,
Con., D. .1. McDougall, Lib. McDougall elected. Last election Lib.
by 378.
Ottawa West—A. E. Fripp, Con.,
G. S. May, Lib. Fripp elected hv
755.     Last election Lib. bv i.n.
Oxford North—R. E. Butler, Con.,
Dr. A. McKay, Lib. McKay elected
by 142.    Last election Lib. by 507.
Oxford South—IJ. M. Sutherland,
Con.; T. R. Maylicrry, Lib. May-
berrv elected hv 51. Last election
Con. by 213.
Parry Sound—lohn (lalna, Con,; J.
A. Johnson, Lib.. J. Gardiner, lnd.
Last election Con. hv 213.
I'ccl-S. Charters, Con.; J. M.
Godfrey, Lib. chatters elected by
600.     Last election Lib. by 32.
Perth North—.I. Torrance, con.- K.
W. Hav, Lib. Torrance elected by
MO,     Last election Con. bv 314.
1',-rth Soutb-Hon. N Monti-it h,
Con.; V. Slnc\. Lib. Monteith
elected by 80. Last election Con-
by 50.
Poterboro East—,1, Thompson,
Con.| -I. McNiiltv. Lib Thompson
dented In ion. 1.,,-t election Lib.
by 118.
Poterboro West—T. I lirabarn
Con., O. A. Gillespie, Lib. Ilrabuii,
elrotod hy 520. Last diction Con.
by 1171.'
Port Arthur—Mayor Carrick, Con.,
G. Mooring, lnd.; S. English, Socialist. Carrick elected. Last election
Con. hy 14,
(Continued on page eight.)
Sioo oo Invested in Oil has
made $36,610.00. S650.00 invested
In ell has made I8j5.ooo.oo. Oil
li Nature'! richest resource.
Vou say. "The world own me
a living," but unlets you take
advantage of the opportunities it
ollere, your living won't be very
high. Oil Is the king ol money
maker*.
.ast election Coni b> TENDERS FOR SCAVENGER WORK
I will receive up to 12 o'clock noon
Saturday, June 13, tenders Ior scavenger work in this city.
12-lt T   M. Roberts,
City Clerk, TIIE   CRANBItOOK   II Kit A 1.1)
In Time of Peace
pi .pare lot war. In time ol health keep the mutant
powers of your body unimpaired. Thi. ii me swell
defence against disease. An ocmional cup ol
" BOVRIL" supplies lhat extra itrength and nourishment
which everyone needs to eicape the ill. which arc to
prevalent at this season.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
  MT.UMlttll    ,
HF.AD  omit TOK0NT0
B E. WALUR, PrnMea.
ALEX. LAIKD, Gea«ial «••.•_"
a, H. IRELAND, Snpertat.nd.nt ol
Branches
urraausuu. taei
rPaTi up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches thronjhout Canada, and In the Hilled States anl Enfl__M
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMERCIAL AND FUME** P»H» OWOOUUTU.
 ,  **
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Dcpjslls ol $1 and upwards received, and Interest allowed al
cun, in tales. The depositor ia aubiccl to no delay whatever ll
the wiihdrawal ol the whole or any portion el the daf-uaat.
ROYAL COLLIERIES
STOCK
I.s the Bust Industrial Investment on the
market to-day. The continuity of their seams
has been proved by diamond drilling opera
tions.
BEALE & ELWELL
Sole Agents for Bast Kootenay
25    CENTS   PER   SHARE
Call lor further particulars
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| A. C.   Bowness *
Wlioli-suli' lli-nler in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
Wn   rncoiiiitii'iid   I'. DuwboiCb   SCOTCH  WHISKIES as
llie best,   And M.-l.-luTs RKIl CROSS KIN.
All other ehoiee limutls ki-pl in slock.
♦      Wc  make a specialty of giving prompt
2 attention  to Mail Orders
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\ Family   Groceries
Tlml em braces it great many llmi**, and a Hit Would iill a
ir-wi-jiiipi'r.   Si. we Him ply wunt tu impifSH tlif /act thai i.ui
■nock oniliruues alt tlio llnoa iteo'led in n-houm hikI uBtmlty
etirrieil in a (irot'ory.
GOODS   DELIVERED     ROMPTLV
Weslrlve lo have all goodsiil-allviireil promptly.   Telephoiio
orders sblieited.
PHONG
•7..
J. HANNING ARnsTR0Na
AVENUE
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\ cAfter the Rain
Von will i .! to fix up your L'flMon.   UV lmve the
Oanlcfi Tool a you want     All kinds of
RAKES, HOES, FORKS, SPADES ANO
SHOVELS, ETC.
'• Also s ii  window lor nny sort nf BRUSHES
In,i iwuil I'di* llinisi* 1'1,'iinilij*-.
jg McCALLUM I®, CO.
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FOR   SALE
A number ol Bain and Chatham Second-hand Logging
Trucks. Jusl lhc thii>£ for Tie Contractors to buy.
For particulars apply In"
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
DEATH OF UN UND
A fii'i n niihiln't ol   weeks ot suler-
iiig (Imlli claimed the Und last Sa-|
titrday uiornlng.     Kvoryone in Craubrook kuew "Ben" .mil all respected
liim.    Before he   was taken HI, fair
weather   or foul,   IW-u    wan always
ready und willing, du\ or ui^ht,   to
drive Drs. King or (Jtven to any part
ul the district ou tlieir mission     to
suffering   luiiuaiiity.       Always cheerful and good uatumi, he bad a host
«.[ friends who will   regret his      demise.     The funeral took plaee       oi
Sunda)  ftfteruoon under the auspices
i.f tlie Fraternal uider ol Kaglcs at
the Kdison theatre (which is also tlie
ICagles hall) aird there is no    doubt
but  that    it    was one of the largest
funerals whieh   ever was beld       in,
l-ranbrtok.    The services commenced
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and be-
sides    the   members   of the    tiagle
idge,   ;i   larse    number of     towns-
people,  including a number of ladies-
were present.     The t'ranbrook    city
and were present and rendered      a
umber    of sacred   selections during
the ceremony.    The proceedings were
pened bv an address by tbe Worthy
I'resident, Thomas role, followed hy
the chaplain, K.    W. Reeves-        The
llev,     Main then   made   an address,
.h was exceedingly impressive and
full or feeling.     The bund then played a i mil lev of hymn tunes and    the
procession formed for the march tu
the     eiMiietety.       Led hy   the band,
came l Ih* Kagles wearing their regttr
lia    and   carrying    the  British and
Unit ml States colors.     Behind     the
Kaft'les came tlie bears*, \\. Johnson,
(iust A ml wii, II. Moore, Joseph Hall,
Win.  O'Hearn and Harry Jones acting us pall bearers,
followed    hy    a     large   number   of
citizens In carriages and on foot. At
the grave the services were according
the rites of the   Kagle lodge and
llev. Main also said a few words   at
the close.       The memlters ot      the
Kagle lodge marched back to      their
hall, headed by the band, whieh play-
d appropriate music.    In tliis  way
did the Kagles commit all that   wus
mortal ol their deceased brother   to
the earth.    No ceremony could have
been more impressive anil at no time
was the beautitude "To bury       thc
dead" carried    out in a more Christian spirit.
Ben I.iml was 18 years old, was
horn in Sweden, hut had btvn in
this country for a long time and
had been a resident of Cranbrook the
past six years. Quiet and uuassum
ing Im- was honorable and upright ii
.ill his dealings and was a friend to
all wlio knew him. The deceased
was a charter member ol Cranhrook
Aerie N'o. «t;7, K. O. R., and was
one of its most enthusiastic members
aud had held the office of conductor
almost continually since the inception
of tiie Aerie, and his death is a sad
Mow lo the members of the order.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
CITV  CLKKK   RUBKKTS KINDLY
KICMKMBUltKD BV  CITV
OFFICIALS
The regular meeting of tlm city
council luok place at tiie council
chamber lasl Friday evening. Thei
were present: His Worship Mayor
Kink, Aldermou Kyan, Hunt, Henderson aud Johnson.
The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and adopted.
The tlnauco committee presented ac
counts amounting to Iltl8-t.il, which
were ordered paid.
The health committee reported that
ihey bad arranged lo lighten the
duty of the health officer and hod
appointed C. A. Dow as sanitary inspector.
Bylaw No. 51, being an amendment
to the lieaIt'll bylaw, was finally passed and adopted.
On the motion of Aldermen Johnson and Henderson, the mayor was
authorized to purchase ten or less
lire alarm boxes.
On thc motion of Aldermen Henderson and Hunt the clerk was instructed to invite the British Columbia
Fire Chiefs and Firemen's association
lo hold their 1909 convention at
t'ranbrook.
The council adjourned at about 10
p.m.
During the council meeting a very
interesting and pleasing incident took
place lu the form ot the presentation
to T. M. Roberts, the city clerfe, by
his worship the mayor, on behalf ol
himself, thc aldermen and the city
solicitor, with a silver tea service on
the occasion of his marriage. Mayor
Fink made the presentation with
some appropriate remarks to which
tl. 11. Thompson, the city solicitor,
added some of his well kuown witticisms. Mr. Roberts replied in a few
words, being taken completely by
surprise. An engrossed congratulatory letter is bring prepared under
the direction of U, 11. Thompson
for presentation to Mr. Roberts,
BANK PRESIDENT OPTIMISTIC
D. R. Wilkie, the Imperial Bank
president, at the conclusion of bis
address at the annual meeting ot the
Imperial Bank at Winnipeg, Mau.
said:
"There is every indication of
magnificent harvest through t)w
Northwest, Nothing could be t-f
greater service to us ami to every
hanking institution than sueh a lur-
vest, and we hope when we meet you
next, year, to demonstrate that we
have n.-t only been able, but also
willing through our resources, to
avail ourselves of the opportunities
to take a hill share of the expansiou
In trade whieh must follow upon agricultural jiros|*ritv. Our most recent information from Winnipeg, dat
nl onlv yesterday, is to the following
elTpet: "Nine million five hundred
llioiis-jud .M'le:> under crop this year.
Crop prospects are wost favorable."
Mr. Wilkie appears to fully 'realize
the importance of the west, and its
prospects, in causing the trade and
commerce of the country to expand.
AN
RNGMSHMAN'S
VIEW
POINT    OF
Dr. R. A. Morsman, A. D. Fraser
and party, ot Yorkshire, England,
have been in Cranbrook during the
week. Dr. Morsman is a gentleman
who bas traveled extensively and Is
thoroughly enthusiastic over the possibilities of British Columbia. The
doctor and his parly are looking ovei
the country with a view of settling
nnd Dr. Morsman will probably practice his profession as well as grow
fruit.
LOWKItY ON THK HIKE
(Krom the B. C. Saturday Sunset.)
It is not necessary to walk out of
Greenwood in order to view tho
world. The C. P. R. still runs
trains from the copper metropolis
two ways. Armed with a ticket to
Peuticton 1 took the Bulldog Express a lev. days ago ami vapidly receded from the peaceful environments
ot the Boundary's noted red metal
center. At Ehott thc dyer stopped
a few minutes to allow several passengers to take thc high route to
Phoenix. Some of them were armed,
for I noticed a portly chap slipping a
flask inlo his pocket. Kholl is noted fur its me. . trains ami the placidity of ils climate. The air is so
good that the inhabitants lind il impossible to die a natural death. Fisherman bas lhe appearance of being
a sociable place and the lies formed
there arc nol easily broken. A pull
of hot aii struck llie car just as we
eiileiiil lhe suburbs of thai beautiful
city—CJrand Forks, ll is situated iu
one of nature's playgrounds and has
few equal as a site for a mountain
city. Years ago there was a college
here for training liars, but tlm country soon became overstocked witb
professors and it closed down.
Oiw uoied pupil of the college who
used to «furnish sensations for the
distant ptoas musl have died ot gone
away, for it is reported thai in the
shahes of t-vciiiug nol long ago uut it
was six'ii making an attempt to enter the city. Grand Forks has a
smelter which makes it look al ni^bt
like thai southern Bibieal resort,
from wliieli no sinner has ever returned, ll is also surrounded by
orchards, boasts of an hotel which
owns its own cows and furnishes the
guests willi real cream. Tbis city
at present is much in thu limelight of
public opinion, owing to the fuel thai
the coming member for the district
iu the federal resides here. Grand
Forks is also one of the few cities
in the world where a man gets on
the train aud oilers you taffy fur
IU a package."
Nol far from Grand Forks is a
town called Gilpin, no doubt after
the chap who rode his cay use into
London during the early days and
astonished the natives. Cascade is a
hamlet that I wrote about nine
years ago when Beach Wilcox was
running a newspaper there and pre
paring himself for thc higher life at
Phoenix. At that time 1 said lhat
Cascade hud a present but no. future.
It now lias a sawmill which makes
quite a bu/./. iu the place.
From Cascade llie train slowly
climbs tho H'adc until tiie Bulldog
tunnel is passed und then Inn Utile
ioal is used on the run to Robson,
but an eye is kept on tbo air by
the alert crew, for if the train once
got beyond control there would he an
epidemic uf funerals fur a few days
in Ihis beauteous land.    1 often wou-
tiered what 1 Would du in case 1 wai
on a train that ran away iu the
mountains. After considerable
ions and scientific thought. I have
concluded ihat I would lirst gel my
money back from the conductor aud
then lecture to thc rest uf ihu pas*
sengers upou the dangers of a past
Hfc. After that I Would pul on a
pair ot wings aud sail through the
ether uf***4he universe iu search of
another point in whieh to make a
new start in life.
Robsiiu is a nice cheerful locality
aiid as yet there is nothing tu shock
the modesty of auy schoolmaam or
enameled savage of modern society,
tor tlie Douks have nol hud lime to
shed Iheir clothes and start to Nelson in search of Jesus. They generally do this in the winter time
when work is slock on their farms.
At Sprout's Lauding, near llobsuu,
I spent a night seventeen years ago
in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. The
proprietor afterwards went to the
bail. He became a Grit and was
.sentenced to a government position
at about t-iOU a month and the overs.
He has never repented and is still
alive. This hotel wus one of tbe
best ventilated that I have ever
slept in. The walls in my room
were punctured by aperalurcs that
would enable an occupant to view
tiie moving pictures in the next
room. I glued my optics to an
aperture and g-azed Into the room
on the right- It was occupipd by a
mun with a worried expression on
his frontal landscape. He looked
like a remittance man who bad lost
his cigarette, but he wus not for he
had a gold watch under the tick
whieh no doubt improved his bed
by having two tipkg under him. 1
whispered through the aperture asking him what was thc matter. He
repUiil that he could uot lock his
door and was afraid that someone
would enter the room during tin.
night and take his time. 1 informed
him that there was po danger, but if
he wus worried ahout It he could
hand the watch through the aperture
to me and I would keeo watch while
be slept. When he discovered that
I was an editor he hove a sigh of
relief and passed the ticker through
the wall. He remarked that nc
one would think of robbing an editor,
However, he was mistaken about
that, because there are several people
in this country right now who would
rob a preacher, let alone nn editor,
lhat Is provided the preacher was too
drunk to get the drop.
After f hod placed the watch In
my .jewel case, I looked into thu
room on the left side. The scenery
in tlial mom was grand. In the bed
was a Jersey Lily, while over the
chair was Iter lingerie. The moon
Miotic brightly through llie window
ami its w I very gleams flirted with
tlie golden curls thnl listed with the
wind as it blew across the facial
anatomv of the sleeping gazelle. She
looked like a row that had blown out
of a Spokane drug store into tho
wilds (,f Hritish Columhia. Lucked
in the aims of Morpheus, she was
snoring in a wny like someone under
lhe Influence of onions. I turned my
eyes awny and said my prayers. Just
the)) the elevator commenced running.
 IH
AX OI.Il    T1MKII   VISITS CRANBROOK
William Barclay, maniifivr nl Mie
llrccki-niiilKi. & Lund lumlier yards
nn llie Hup between Calgary anil
Miiilivil. was in Ciaiilirook during
the week. Mr. Barclay is an i|ltt-
tinu-r in tliis pnrt nl t-he country,
having in*™ In both Craiitironk and
Wanlncr in tho early days. Speaking nt the crops on the prairie Mr.
Barclay wild cnmlitinns never lonkeil
better. There has been an abdntlnnci,
ol ruin unit with the sunshine which
is nnw prevalent on tlie plains, u
good cm*! is practically assured.
COMMERCIAL ORCHARDING
The lollowing paper read by C. 0.
Brti, belore tlio Missouri state board
of   horticulture,    will be Interesting <
ninl    instructive   tu Kootenay   Iru.t
growers:
There is always room Ior Improvement and lessons to learn. While
young wc dn not nf.i-n admit Ihis,
but ns year alter year we battle with
thc vxistiir** conditions, we realize it
to be Inn-. Krom past thirty-Are
years' experience as a iruit buyer
and packer as well as a grower. 1
would say the success of commercial
iiri-lmnling depends on. a thorough
nnderstaiHHng of existing conditions.
"t is alt important to know thnt
location and soil are right, and tlml
ion plant the right commercial varieties siiil.-d to your location and soil,
also to Iw near a good shipping point
—it possible let the orchard loin up
to a shipping station, this will save
niiieli time anil expense In moving tne
crop. I advise lo sell the crop as
30011 as yon got a reasonable oiler,
never to hnlil fnr speculation, unless
\nti nre in a position us a dealer and
know Iroui past experience just what
you tuny reasonably expect. Re-
iiieiiilH-i* always that Iruit is petiah-
ulile. I. matters not how line and
pcrl„-i your fruit is, it is only a
question n. weeks or mouths, when,
if imt consumed, it will decay. Hi-iire,
I mu iu limn oi selling li>ii. Just us
snoii us possible, and I never envy
ihi* proAt a ileaier makes, knowing
tla- risk he has tn assume, i.ui
above all else, wlieihei you uie a
ilouler nr grower, pack your Iruit
honestly, nlwnys remembering that
you caimot take better Iruit out ol a
package than ynu put in.
Knowing tliat fruit liy its nature
wil] depreciate, whether in or out ul
cnlil storage, it is evident that no
package nl fruit will open up as
sniiiill ami perfect as thc day it was
(lan'itil, lu-nce an important part is
the proper assorting and packing. II
ynu hnve Arsl-class Iruit, pack and
rk it as such; if you are in doubt
give tilt- seconds the beneAt ol your
lniilit anil pnek thorn as seconds, but
if ynu think they nre not good sec-
rtu'is, then do not pack them at all,
but work them up into cider, vinegar, dried Iruit, etc. The trade will
soon And out your packing, nnd il it,
is honestly done they will sell lt.
lt is the iHior Iruit and dishonest
packing that gluts om* markets, de-
lireciiitcs prices anil diminishes demands.
I have said that it Is all import ant
to plant the right cninmerciai varieties, anil in this* we have often been
deceived anil disappointed by the
nurseryman, lint at this time when
we have sn mnny good and rospon*
silile men lu the nursery business, we
can be reasonably sure ol obtaining
healthy and true to name fruit treen.
I know thnt there has heen much
Iiiuiii il.,in- bv unreliable nurserymen,
but there has also been great injury
done to nurserymen in many cases of
incompetence and unfair inspection.
I call lu iiilnii an incident which took
placo al the state horticultural meeting ni Karmington in mull. I took
to said meeting several two-year-old
apple trees which had some root
knot. I wanted information. I was
surprised that most of the experts advised tne not to plant those trees,
and while one nl them said that while
tliere was no law to compel me to
pull and burn those trees forthwith,
there ought lo be such a law, because these root knots were capable,
under lavnrahle conditions ot the
weather, to send out millions nl
spores and thereby inlect everything.
1 wns willing to listen -to reason, but
this emitentlon simply appeared to
me silly, education gone to need.
My reply was, that with all due
respect to the professor, inasmuch ns
these trees are my trees, grown In
my private nursery, lor my own use
ami planting, and from the further
fact that to all appearances they
were thrifty and healthy trees,
would plant' them—and I did. Today
these trees which were condemned by
the professor at tho Karnilngton
meeting, occupy about twenty acres
in our orchard, and are a beauty to
behold, they arc healthy and strong
null ready to bear Iruit.
I cite this Incident to show how Injurious it is to give strong advice,
and leads me to believe that nurseries have at times heen unjustly handicapped and Injured by Incompetent
Inspection. As a Iruit'grower and
a taxpayer. I an) interested in getting facts, not theories, hence 1 advise the professors and investigators
.0 our stations .0 adopt David
Crockett's motto, "Be sure you are
right nnd them go ahead."
As tn commercial orcharding, while
many, perhaps most, of the large
orchards have not proven as profitable as anticipated, it may In part lif>
due to the tact that too much was
expected but the chlel reason will be
found in the 'allure to select thc
proper location, soil aod varieties
However, I will add that my observations have convinced me that the
small and medium sized orohards
have averaged and always will average, hetter returns per acre lhan the
large orchards promoted by some
company. I therefore recommend
.he planting ol mcdium-slre and lamily orchards, but be sure vou have
ihe right location, soil and rarlctips.
ONE ON   MERRY DEI, VAI,
On-at amusement has been caused In
Rome bv an announcement published
in thc Messaggero, to the dint that
Mile. Merry del Vai. a Neapolitan
chnnteiise, has no connection whatever with Cardinal Merrv del Vol,
now papal secretary of slate, hut at
one time papal delegate to Canada
The woman has been performing lor
some time In a local music hall. The
police have Irlcl many limes in vain
lo Induce her to adopt a name which
docs not recall so vividly that ol the
prelate, but, to do this she has steadfastly n-liised, on the ground (hat to
cliangr her name would entail great
The climax came a tew days
ago when the cardinal was sorrav
puw.lod hy the receipt ol a number ni
ardent love letters and narcels ol
new comic snugs, submitted as "being eminently sullitl to the voifp   ot
DOMINION
DAY      AT
STEELE
FORT
Fori Steele will celebrate Dominion
Day, July 1st. There wl|l hp
horse races, loot races and other
sports. Fort Steele Is a splendid
place to spend a holiday, and when
the people of Ihe old town turn 'oo«e
to show visitors ,1 nood lime th'r do
il well, as all old timers know. There
should be n large contingent Irom
Cranhrook in Fori Stp-lp tor Dominion Day.
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BURMflG ITCHING ECZEMA
CAUSED MANY SLEEPLESS NIGHTS
Miis Mabel Knipp, of 347 Wolfe 5trttt.,
Petetboro', Ont., tays 1 '• Kpht n otilhs ago
Mncll white blotches ard pnudes bribe out
on my hands.     To keep lum tutbing and
matching wiis iroptit-dble ok the the itcliii.g was
imtmr.   Ihis envied Ihe pimplrs lo l>rcnk fmni-
ini: mniicied wires between mj lit-gm 1 ml »|iirnit
ii y. tn tke Juinis of n.j linger*.     My handi weie
tfciunlly in n no* Mate, ' I sufleied ciuelly lying
s\v«|(e nighl nltei ni^hi Willi iln-1 iiniii \t, iidiiig
i -ii siui ralm -*li <b ft-tint* ed,      t. 1 tn. nil.-*- I coii'd nnl lie ■ Hi) hsnri* in
...nl >iui veil  vwy liiile wuik almul tbt- b. iim-.     Vmkus titnedles weie
nil tt., iti-ir'M' w.t» imt rbecked .md I win now ithiio»l illsrnumged when a
made by mine ceitnii who hm] h-enrurcd ofatiinilat
lit i'yHtanii.it.    I ol.intiieili.l-aa of 2siti-|luk 	
Imperial Bank ol Canada |
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST ......
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4925,000
Savings Bank Department    j
Interest allowed on Deposits Irom date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. !
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As Ions: as everything Roes
all right, it's all right,
BUT    ^^^^
A Death, a Fire, an  Accident or  Sickness  X
changes the complexion of things
UNLESS
You are Insured.    Better see
ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
NOW-NOT  TO-MORROW
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Cranbrook   Cafe
FORMERLY KNOWN AS BLY'S RESTAURANT
G   M, BLAKI*. * V  HOGER.S, Proprietor.
Mr. lllaki- Ims liml fi^litonii year's ox|xirl<snui', nnil lnts been
with tin- I in'nt Nortliurn liy. until this month,   li uili Ih- the
object nf tin- new linn in (?ivo the people of Cranbrook ami
' ilistrii't the very best service obtainable.   Tiny will make a '
! spoi'liilty of BANQPETS ,-\NO PARTIKB AT 75o, A PLATE \
oril M KUCHA NTH' I,UN(.ll
, A regular table d'hote dinner, from  11 a.m. to 2 p.in., will be '
- sorviii to uceouiiiio-Jutc the liiialness men.
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The Beat la None too Oood for Our Patrons
CENTRAL HOTEL
J. HcDERniD, Prop'r
Wardner        - - B. C.
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THC PITTSBURG OF  CANADA
Tin-town of Hi'li'ivtit In "Hunted within |dhq tlmn unetuHeof •linmnin
cii'i-iin.-fiif the Knrik mint', iviilini (liiw-uuurlunt of u mile «[ the Dolh-ybiw
fiiiiic. within thm>*ipijirti<r« of u mile of fin- Mni'i- fiiml iiilnp, within flirro-
ipinrto'i uf ii niiltMif tlie l..'iti'hr.illii'i'i ■« uud wltliluuiiii-liiilf iiilliM)! IhnHlll-
cre«l llllllli
THE TOWNSITE WILL BE 0PE-NEO SHORTLY
An hoteli'on!hiKT«N TltQIlHANIJ lull,I.Alls Iiiih jh-i I  n< .h'i.hI I ||jn
(urn lure U Iieing imo.illed Tliere uie jilrt'iidy (<nl.v tu-um l-iiil.lini"-. .11 lhe
luwu Tht' llll.M'UKsr MINK I'AVItill.l, ftWiitfiia Iwtwrai ♦ift.WH) mid
t'ln.wt per m mtli, while the uamblnaj |itt>r<»ll <>f iin- ii|Iiim ai|mit|iid|iiH Mm.
tun ll rijiim tu uiu,||l
SNMN pr Hulk, All From Mines Within One Hi|e iif Tm
I'i WiHil lit* will I. •' uii in on iee. I »hoMlv. Ililln.-rl ceil lin ■ been nn tlm imir
(cul for two .vi-.im (did Una bv Nil NWlH lirovitll Itwtl Hie lilffllfWl Kffldr HtfUllll
ennl ilirilllildit.    Itblll'liMii w lilln iihIi .*)...I In uhnollileli In,- liinn nOukera
Kur further |wrt|puliir*» '■ri'l.v In
C. P. HILL,  HILLCREST, ALTA.
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P#n.l in your order |nr a Ihis.  Tl|t>>- will pli-n.ii yini
Campbell & manning
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STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evening    service   at.'
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      Schnnl   ami    llilile '
Class at 3 o'etuck
Presbyterian    Guild, Tuesday,
at 8 o'clock
SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OTTAWA.
Murphy A Klslu-r,
Parliamentary,     lii-iiailinriil.il    ami
.'uliiit ..(.u-il Aiti-tiU.
l-raet.i-e l.rtnre Kailway Commission
Charles Mmphy, Harold Kin.nr.
ORESCENT 1,1111111! Nil. Hit
KNIUHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, ti. C.
Mi-i-ls every *_nil un-l *llti Tliosdlty a.
s ii.in. at Kutcrnity Hall.
W. A. Hollins, 0, 0,
.1. II. Henderson, K, ... lt. & 8
Visiting  brethren  cordially invite!
to attend.
I.O.O.F.     Key Clly Lodge
No. 41. Meets every
       Monday    night    ai
New    Fraternity    Hall.      Sojourii-
lng Oddtsllows cordially Invited.
F. E. Haines, Win. Harris,
N. O. Sec'y.
braabrunk l.-idnc No. It
A. r. * A. M.
Renu.ai aieetnnis «i
third    Thuisday
0.  e»i*l>   ninbie.
Visiting trethJM welcomed.
S. II. llnskins, W. M.
E. W. Ciiniinlly, secretary,
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday     evening at If
p.m., in Kdison Theatre.
Thus. Cole, W. P.
Ohas, Smith, Secretary.
Visiiing btelhreu coidially Invited
LOYAL ORANOR LOIIOE, Nt). !S7-
CKANBROOK
Meet at B. of h. V. Hall 2nd   and
-lib Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren  always welcome
.1. E. Larrigan, VV. II.
Johu Mc Laugh!.in, Iteo. Sec.
W. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CRANBROOK,l.lt.'.'.S.I I't.l.llllBl.
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C. H, DUNBAR       j
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary    ,
Public, Etc. 5
Cranbrook,    ■    •    11. C.   j
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I1RS. KING & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlcw nt HetWem-e.  Armstrong Ar,
OFFICE HOURS :
Fiirenn-ms - . .. 8 (in tn 1(1.110
Afternoons - - - J.OO in I.nu
Evenings ... - 7.311 lo H.3I)
Sundays - - -
CRANKROOk. :l
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DR. P. E. KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
9 In 1_ a.m.
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7 to   8 p.m.
..Hire and residence un Armstrong avi
CIIAN1.RO..K        -       •       -     111'
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE    HOURS:
a to 12 a.m.
I to   6 p.in
7 In   H p in
Offine III new l.i nl Iiiiuli
CRANHROOK -       -        - 11   0
Perry Creek
Hotel
The Ideal Summer
Resort
l-incsl Road
Oood Meals and
Best Bar Service
T. M. BRYDEN, Proprietor
New and Up-to-llile
Dressmaking;
Parlors
Over tlu1   I'Vuht Invvtitmtmt
Cu.'u Uttieu
MRS. MOFFITT & MISS CLINE
GEOR.GE C. EGG
ARCHITECT, BU.LO.NC SUPIIMTMOMT
MD VAUIATOI
Montreal, [iiiHlini nml Toronto
Rxpel'lencH
I'l.AN-i. ESTIMATES AND HI'KOI
.'KM HUMS IIN S.lllKT NUTIUE
Rambling_Reveries
BY A DREAMER
A woman's bureau drawer will bold
half a Un ol clothes,
A parasol, some bandboxes, and goodness only knows
flow many scores of other things
within it she may store,
Aud yet there's always lots ol room
for twice as many more.
Hut give a man that self-same draw-
I ur and just one pair of socks,
An undershirt, some dirty cuffs, an
empty collar box,
And wben he's put them In, its capacity he'll glut,
And fill it up so awlul full, bell
never get it shut.
What is your weight in your home
and social circle? Test it by con-
sKh'iiug how many pounds of good
nature you have contributed to make
your home and friends more cheerful,
Au ounce of sweetness will make you
weigh more at home tbau a pound ol
undue harshness,  ot of furgetfuluess.
lf you cau have -help enough to
kwp your household machinery lu
jit'ilwt running order without making
a machine ol yourself, do so by all
means. White doors are lovely,
shining tinware is very tine, spotless
windows aud highly polished silver
are a delight; tlw mendiug basket,
emptied every week is much io bv desired, but there are things of more
importance, and if it all depends mi
one pair of bands, one back, aud one
set of nerves, for Heaven s sake, for
your own sake, for your children's
sake, don't.
cause the     skeleton  in her    friend's
closet to rattle his bones.
She is the girl Kfco, whether it   is
warm or cold, clear or stormy, finds
no fault with the weather.
She is the girt who, when you   invite her any place, compliments   you
bv looking her best-
She is tbe girl who is sweet    and
womanly to look at and listen      to,
and who doesn't strike you as a poor
imitation of demi-momlaine.
She is the girl who makes      this
world a pleasant place because she is
so pleasant herself.
And, by and by, when you     come
to think of it, isn't she the girl who
makes you feel she likes you,     and,
therefore, you tike her?
NOTES OF NOTED MEW
BROTHER OF   THE   I.ATE
PREMIER
EX-
.1.   W.   HUTLEIWiE
VBTHtlNARY SIMEON
G ri.ilmite nl Ontario Veterinary
College, Toronto, in ISHS.
liriiiliiiite uml Medallist ol
MeKillip's Veterinary College,
Chicago, in 11,00.
Nine    years'    experience    lo
Veterinary practice in Manitoba.
Office a. Cranbraok Hole..
THE
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo,  B C.
i'.l'l. ST. .UIIIX, Proprietor
Snulli t'lisl. Knntt-iiuy'i Ureal
Summer Resort
lllNTIXi; ASM FISHING
.Insl lhe place In t-pelnl a lew
ilny*-' viiiiitinii
Bin* slocked witli tlio liest
Diningservlio lint-clan.
Comfortable l.noiiis
W. tt.  Il.'ntly.   !\„i,ti»i Dim-tor
Cranbrook 11. C. I'h»ne No. He
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ill burr-mi nn npproprfntfl
X LEASK & HENDERSON
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Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It i» the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
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; CUMMINUS & CUMMINUS !
| CIVIL  UNtHNRHRS AND  DOMINION !
AND B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
::Te?No?i4»8 Cranbrook, B.C.
—— WA NTED
to iii'iii'fnmi ownorlisvlng
A GOOD FARM
fm- Hide. Not piirilmliir iilmiil lorn-
thin. I'lmiHii give price mid iltwoHli-
tion, iuid reiwiii f-ir hmIHii-u:. HJijiu
when pnHncHMiini enn Im liml . Will
deal witli iiwii.TH nnly.
L.Uvrbyehlmlb'i WH HoclioHtfir'N. Y,
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Faith in
Cranbrook
Is what encnttrifitea llie nmbitloue
i-iti'/.etis of Grnnprook at present.
This ti going to lie the best year
tlo*. eity Ims ever known.
With Bitch sentiment! we have
decided to devote our energy to*
wurild supplying the demnnd for
work in our line.
We enn ilniw your plans for
anything thut ran be dencribed
on impel" nn.l ean then build according to tbem.
Job Work of sil kiiuln receive!
our prompt attention,
.Imlire ns by our customem and
whnt they say about ub.
Huchcroft & Bowness
ContriiclorH nml Builders
Don't be afraid to do your duty. A
man who has opinions of his own' and
courage to advocate tbem, will bo
sure to have opposition in this
world, because he runs across or
contrary to other people's opinions,
hut just keep straight ahead if your
cause is right and your conscience
clear. Don't bother yourself about
what people say,; lite i.s too short for
that. Some Mill abuse you tbrougb
envy, aud others for wunt of sense,
others still for want of principle and
some because they honestly differ
with you; but if you keep right on
openly, manfully, intelligently and
wilh proper tllgnity of character,
honesty of purpose and self respect,
those who honestly differ with you
will respect you and your opinion.
Natural tact will do much, but it
cannot supply the place of education.
When a woman has learned to make a
a pudding she has learned but the
smallest part of her duty. She needs
to know how to sit at the table and
ispense a hospitality so cordial and
enlivening that the pudding shall be
forgotten. There are a thousand
women who can make a pudding
where there is one who is mistress of
her servants, of her children, of her
husband, of her home, of her position. A woman who is all such a
description implies is one who must
lit- herself for it by cherishing great
thoughts, and a noble apprecigtion of
Imt responsibility. She must be mistress of a store of ideas and an ex-
huustless fund of general knowledge.
Tlie sphere of the woman is to preside over the home as its light and
inspiration. No charms so captivating, no grace so irrcsistable, no
spirits so exuberant, no wit so
cheery, no conversation so fascinating, iin culture so varied hut can fiud
the bome a lit place for their
varied charms.
The want of true culture in this
worbl causes more unhappiness than
does the presence of poverty. Kindness, thoughtfulness and courtesy are
not remarkable commodities, hut tbey
aie qualities indispensable to symmetrical character. Kyes open to
tlie truth sec that true culture is not
cxriusivencss but approachableness;
not haughtiness but agreeableness;
that shallow pretentions of social
supremacy based on bonk ac-
counts are the sign of coarseness,
not culture; that lofty airs are the
mark nf low breeding, not high, that
true culture, like charity, is not
puffed up, vaunleth not itself, is
kind, is companionable and gives sympathy with every phase of lite, and
ability to work most successfully
for human welfare and advancement.
Character ninAes the man, character
plus culture makes the gentleman,
tho true gentleman is the real
noMeman of this world. . Culture is
the rose on the breast of character.
Wear it that you may make life not
Only useful and honorable, but high,
sweet and helpful, noble and divine.
BE UP AND 1)01X0.
Whoever becomes a mau of influence
by sitting, grieving and moaning
under ttie harrow of despomiency?
What drone ever benefits the world
his friends or himself? There is
nothing like action complied with
rhei-rfulness. We see it everywhere.
Who is hu sitting on tbat empty barrel at tbe corner? A man with no
energy—ft prey to grief. He does
not know what to do or how to
start. Who is that man standing
iu the market place? A lazy, do-
little, shiftless sort of a lellow,
hardly earning his bread and butter
whining hard times and nothing U
do. Dn you wish to become sueh a
character? If not, arouse yourself.
Away from the arm-chair, up Irom
the gutter, out of the downy bed!
Move your arms, kick your feet and
stir about. Give the blond a chance
to circulate through your veins, ami
the air of heaven to enter your
lungs, Seize tne first fob presented
and dispatch It at once; up for the
pay and get another forthwith.
You will soon earn enough to purchase a wheelbarrow or hand cart
and then you will begin to live. Who
knows what you wlll become? Energy
is half omnipotent. Small beginnings and large gains. A penny well
turned brings a large fortune. Resolve, then do something and be
something and our word (or It you
will thank us tor this plain spoken
advice.
THE GIRL YOU UKE
She Is the girl trim is not "too
bright arid good" to be able to And
jov and pleasure all over tbe world.
Sire is the girl who appreciates the
fact that she cannot always have the
first choice ot everything in the
world.
|   She Is the girl    who Is not aggi _
sive and does not find joy in inciting
aggressive people.
She is tbe girl who has tact enough
not to say tto vary thing that   will
Dr. .1. A. Campbell, ex-M.P. for
the 1'niversities of Aberdeen and
Glasgow,, ami brother of the late
prime minister, died at his residence
in London on Saturday after a long
Illness, There were present at- the
bedside ut the time ol his death his
two daughters, Mrs. Adamsou aud
Mrs, Elsie Campbell. Dr. Campbell
was bom in 1 S-"». eleven years More
bis more distinguished brother, who
died almul a month ago. Ile was
the elder son of his father, Sir .lames
Campbell, at one time turd provost of
Glasgow, and as heir he succeeded to
the family estates ol Stracatbro, in
Forfarshire, Dr. Campbell was for
many years a partner in tbe family
business of Messrs. .1. and W. Campbell, of Glasgow, and retired from active participation in it in 1876. In
1K«W he entered parliament as Conservative member tor the universities
of Glasgow and Aberdeen, and be represented the two universities Ior the
long periot of 2W years, retiring only
at the last general election, when
he was succeeded by Sir Henry
Craik, formerly secretary to thc
Scottish education department. Dr.
Campbell (he was hest known by his
honorary title) made an ideal university representative, for ho was a
man of scholarly tastes, endowed
with no ordinary. administrative capacity. In the house of commons he
spoke seldom, save on Scottish educational and ecclesiastical questions.
Like his father, he was a strong
Tory, his political views thus diverging widely from those ot his better
known brother Henry, who was the
younger son of the family, and who
assumed the additional name "Ban-
iierman" under the will of his maternal uncle, the late Sir Henry Banner-
man, of lliintim Court, Kent, tbe
wealthy Manchester cotton merchant,
to whose property he succeeded. Dr.
Campliell married in 1854 a daughter
of the late Sir Morton Peto, Bart.,
and his wife (tied in 1887. By this
marriage he had one son and three
daughters. The son—Mr. 1'earco
Campbell—was one of the chief
mourners at his uncle's funeral at
Westminster Abbey and Meigte in tbs
last week of April. Dr. Campbell
had been ill for a considerable time,
ami was unable to be present at the
late premier's funeral, ImleeU, be
became ill belore. Sir Henry Campbell-Han nerman went to Biarritz, and
anxiety about his older brother (to
whom be was deeply attailied) was
known to be one of the tilings that
distressed tire Liberal statesman dm
ing the closing weeks of his life.
CREATION OK PEAKS
As we live in the mountains it is
always interesting to know the newest speculations of scientists as to
how they were formed. Here is one
of the latest theories as to theii
making, which was written by John
C. Vandyke and published in Scribner
Magazine:
"lu recent years theories ot mountain formation have changed like
everything else scientific. Tbe ancient belief that the mountains were
the 'muscles' or the 'backbone* ot tbe
continents never was scientific at any
time. Instead of being un extra layer of rock that binds the continents
together, they are the rugged edges of
tlie cracks in the masonry, or folds
in the crust, or extrusions ot tbe internal matter through tbe cracks.
They are points of tht; crust's weakness rather than its strength. Tbe
new theories bark back to the original formation of the earth. The conception of a hot drop ot a world
winging in space, gradually cooling
and forming a shed as smooth as a
billiard ball, has been partly abandoned. The nebular hypothesis has
beeu modified, the so-called meteoric
hypothesis has been found inadequate:
and the more plausible plauetessimal
theory uf Professor Chamberlain and
Salisbury bas been put forth,
Tbe latest theory argues the formation ot the world by gradual accretions from planetary bodies. It assumes the origin of our solar system
in a common spiral nebula—-tlie nebula being in a thin solid or liquid
state, as suggested by the spectrum
analysis ot it. The knots or portions
of the nebula showing the most concentration are tbe nuclei ot future
planets, and tbe thinner haze tbe
portions trom which the knots are
formed. All these knots move about
the centra) mass (tlie sun) in elliptical orbits of considerable centricity,
The planetessimals are gathered in,
and through accretion form such a
world as ours, by the crossing ot the
elliptical orbits in the course ot their
inevitable shittings.
The theory deduces several stages
or periods iu the formation ot tbe
earth. (I) Separation of tbe material of the earth from the parent nebula. (2) Condensation ol tbe rock
matter Into a molten spheriod
at the center und the outer edge (1)
Great volcanic action following
solidification of the crust. (5) Periods ot atmospheric and hydrospherlc
action over volcanic action.
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AKTKR THE TOUR
Speaking of his tour of tbe interior
Premier McBride ou his return tu
Victoria, had the following to say:
"Our tour was a thoroughly satisfactory awl mos-t instructive one. It
was at once amazing and gratifying
to see the progress made during tbe
comparatively brief interval since my
last visit. Thc resources of British
Columbia and thc energy anM enterprise ot its citizens are fast placing
the country in its rightful position as
tbe banner province of the Dominion,
and in my opinion an era even more
prosperous than the successful years
tliat have just passed, is dawning
upon us. Such is the impression
produced upon me by my latest tour.
Energy and thrift are everywhere
reaping their just reward in unbound-
ed prosperity.'
ALL OVER
THE  PROVINCE!
The provincial government has arranged to survey Porcher island, at
Ure mouth ol tbe Skeeua river.
The provincial educational department is issuing a circular announcing
the list of free books to be supplied
to the public schools.
George Taylor, a well known contractor of Grand Forks, died lasl
week.
The It. C. Copper company's smelter is now treating 2000 tons ot ore
daily.
Competition in buying salmon ha-
caused a raise in one cent of the
price of spring salmon ou tlie Era set
river.
Tliere are 628 mining companies in
British Columbia.
On ber last trip the Empress      of
Japan    brought 120   Cbinaiiuii   vim
will contribute Ivu.uuu in head lax.
Tire first boat of tbe season mi tin
Yukon left White Horse on tbo till.
C. 1). Haiti will have charge of the
sale of provincial governmenl laud
at Prince Rupert.
AN  UNHERALDED HEROINE
A story iu two chapters comes oul
of ttie west, in the lirst chapter a
misuse uf public lauds and a betrayal
of un official trust figure. In thu
second chapter devotion, self-sacrilicc
and heroism tu petticoats crop out.
Something like a decade ago Henry
iarlou was city treasurer ol Munch-,
iiid. llu went out of ollice disgraced. His accounts were short. Money
which should have gone into the mul
nicipul treasury went elsewhere,
Bondsmen paid up a part of tbu do-
licteiicy, and Burton hiked out to
Los Angeles, where bu has since been
living with bis lamily. Tbis is chapter No. 1, and it is a dark chapter.
But Barton has a daughter, who is
a stenographer in Los Angeles, and
wlm for years has been scrubbing thu
slain off thc family name. She set,
uul to square her father's accounts
with the Indiana city. Whenever she
accumulated a surplus of $2f> from
her earniugs she hastened to forward
it to the Muncle uflicials. Persistently, patiently and uncomplainingly
she hus pursued the hard task, and
one installment after another bas
been. paid. The Muncle ollicials offered to cancel the debt, but Miss
Barton declined to accept the suggestion. She kept pegging away and
paying up. Last week the last dollar of her father's shortage was made
good by the daughter. This is chapter No. 2, and it is a bright chapter.
Miss Marguerite Barton is a genuine heroine. The qualities which
she displayed in voluntarily assuming
and discharging an obligation disclose a line piece uf womanhood and
reveal a splendid chastity ■ ot honor,
"'lie v self - sacrifice which she
underwent       to        clear tbe
stigma from the family name shines
forth like a torch gilding the mountain top. No battlefield ever brought
out a better brand of heroism than
was displayed hy Miss Barton, who
trod the winepress alone, anU who
was nob spurred on by excitement, by
nivsic and by an obvious opportunity
to win martial glory.
CAPITAL OF THE FAR NORTH
Tbe first move in the direction of
establishing a new outlet fur western
exports to tiie seaboard via the proposed, Hudson's Bay route is now
being. made by the government. * A
survey party, under the direction of
Mr. Marrier, is being sent out by the
interior department to lay out the
townsite of Fort Churchill, the future metropolis (A Hudson's Bay and
tbe terminus of the proposed Hudson's Bay railway. The future city
wiib be located-on the eastern side of
the river, opposite the ruins of old
Fort Prince of Wales, and across the
river from the Hudson's Bay company's trading post. Plans and
drawings of the harbor are also being prepared under the direction of
tbe department.
The* present population of Fort
Churchill consists of tour haifbreed
families, a mounted policeman and
one settler named William Beech. Tlw
latter is the only man whose home
Is pitched on the future townsite. He
settled there with his wife before tho
area in question was reserved for
settlement, and is, therefore, entitled
to claim a free quarter section of 160
acres of city real estate.
It Is expected that the govern-1
ment measure providing for the construction of a railway to Hudson's
Bay will be brought down in the
commons shortly.
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SPOKANE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO VISIT CRANBROOK
Spokane, Wash., June 11.-Official
announcement is made by Levi Grant
Monroe, secretary, that the excursion
to Calgary under the auspices of thu
Spokane chamber of commerce will
leave this city on tbe evening of
July 2nd. Two hundred and fiftv
prominent business and professional
men and their families will join.
The first stop will be at Cranbrook,
where a stay of (our and a half
hours will be made. The train wlll
reach there at four o'clock on thc
morning of July 3. A stop ot fifteen
minutes will be made at Wardner, B.
C, arriving there at 9 o'clock in the
morning, and will reach Fernie at
10.45 o'clock a.m., remaining until
3.20 o'clock p.m. It is. expected to
reach Frank at five o'clock .and remain until eleven o'clock, arriving at
Calgary at 4.37 o'clock the morning
of Julv 4. Tbe longest stay at
any point will be at Calgary, remaining there until eleven o'clock that
night. Returning to Spokane, the
excursionists will spend two' hours
and a ball at Laggan, or Lake
Louise, Sunday morning, have luncheon at Banff, dinner at Calgary and
return to Spokane the morning ot
July I, at mm o'clock.
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HARRIS, WOODS & CO. lli!
Wl- ure still enlarging our lmsinrss nml nn*
now open for supply inn Iwge contracts ot
4 FT. WOOD
SHORT STOVE WOOD
SLABS
Big cut in prices for large coutra.ts
We have onl)- tli* best of Wood
Write for prices.
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Cranbrook,  B. C.
i (trsT. ANDERS, Proprietor
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dan Mcdonald, proprietor.   cranbrookTbTc.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
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Netr-Mt to railroad aad depot.   Has accommodations for tht pablic aaeqaalled lo Cia*:'*.--' .
Hoi aad CM Bills
Hoggarth & Rollins ;
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The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
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Head Office, Calgary Alta.
FRESH
PORK
The day* of cold i
with US for thi* yea
Ht'iraj-rc  pork  are
ovei witb UB tor tbic year, wi have
received our firnt carload of live pork
and we can now All your oidori (or the
very bent and linent |.ork there i- to bfl
had anywhere.
The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd. |
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"STEWART'S"}
Th. LenillaK Fruit Store
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|THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
C. II. VanWormer, Proprietor.
HANSON    AVE - - - CIlANBROOIv
Horses, stoves, new and accuo.l
hand turn.turc, stoves, tinw.ii*.
crockery, glasavarc, anything an.l
s.srvthiDg Irom a white elephant to
a waits mouse.
You'll be surprised how Inr your
dollar will stretch at our store. Coins
and case upon us and our stocl;,
It will save you mono? ami put .»
•uni. on your lure. THE  CRANBKOOK  HERALD
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THE   PAPER   THAT   IS   UEA1>   BY   THE   PEOPLE
JUNE   li,  1IMIH
L'ltAMtUOOK HKIIAI.I)
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Two of the itflun ladles from tto
Mission were iu Cranbrook this week
demonstrating Lbe charim ■»- Uie not*
directoiro sheath gowns.
The Illustrated liuudou Weekly
"Uanadn," iu the first uf a series ul
articles on "Canada lot Kuglisbmeu,'
says:
li ts true—and it cannot be
I..., widel) known—Uiat the de-
iiianil foi skilled mechanics, except in certain lines, ^ strictly
limited in ihe more seWlvd
juris. Kor ili-rks, stenographers,
liuokkui-pers and somo professional
occupations, tliere is practically
in. demand. Tho market Is overstocked. It wnuld bu woll (ur
sucli lu have definite uitcrs oi
employment belore leaving, iu
tin.' western provinces, uu the
uther luiiid, there is an ..liuu.ii-
buuudless extent ui most fertile
l.Livl w iiiting lu lie sullied, uuu
ivliicli ilie Americans, i.e., Uie in-
{militants ul tbe Lulled (States,
general!)  dubbed    Yankees as up*
pusud Lu Billi.vlnl.-,—.nr poUttllg
.ul the tune. Those, however,
.iiu- prineipully, ii uoi wiliruiy, ot
the inrining class, licre ilieic
in.: butuus uu all, liuiuigraitLs
can always luui work on thu land
iui a yeai ur twu, leuru llie
habits .md methods oi Um country and filially lUKu Up a lut ol
Lneit uwn ami becume prosperous
laud owners; which is Mie musl
seiisiblu course fur nil prospective
larmcrs lo pursue, wbu have uul
bad ilir advantage oi training at
it Canadian agricultural college.
juu iln- man Willi uicuiis there au*
ranches of huth Kinds in ue purchased for a tew dollars an acru.
The almust uuuiber.ess towns, ne-
ing bum oi rapid!) growing up,
require ui tisuus, agents, niei-
euuuls, prolussionul men ui ail
kinds. Here tut gonerat/ions io
eonio there will u.- uccupation ior
ail, wealth lor thu successful. Tins
is ihu noble heritage ul the empire."
Tbo ilnliriu i,.\..S.) Herald, speaking lor nu putt)', hm spua-Kiiig lor tbu
people, piest'iils Luio living limb to
boll) political parlies:
Let iieitber ut Uieui venture Lu
iisK clean, buucsi men lu Vote fur
ii candidate whoso public liie is a
reproach, oi wliosu conduct dues
nol giu curtain warrant ui liouor
and fni Hifulness lu public duly.
Ji tliey du; ii folly usurps iuu seal
ui wisUum, ii unclean mun ul broken reputations be hoisted mt-u
places that only honorable men
sliould iill, the ColisuiVulhe pari)
may hu assured, and lbe Liberal
pail) may be assured, tlial sucu
un worthy candidates and ibe
part) nominating thum will he
destroyed at ibe pulls ti) a lung
sulToriug and nuw arousal people."
Su: Wilfrid Laurier and lus government have been billeny criticised b)
tlu-ii oppouuts, ful wii.it, some jKuplu
said, wn.'. in.- stale ut allairs in Daw-
suii city. The ltev. Ut. Hriugle
has kept himsell in lbe limelight ui
late trying lo tell tbe government
thai Dawson was a modern Soda-m
and Clomorah, and no douhl the
I'uvurcuil gentleman Hunks so, bo-
cause everything in ihe. capital ul
the acetic Is uul iuu along mc lines
thai he thinks should guide its destiny, However, ii is refreshing, lu
say the least ol it, to lead un editorial in a strictly Conservative
newspaper, which, as u rule, is never
tired of abusing the presenl Dominion
government, like the following from
the Vancouver Province.
"Huwever much the letters of
Hev, Mr. I'rlngle, who for many
in..nl lis has employed bis leisure
in representing tlie city o! Daw-
sun ns a moral inferno, may serve
as material lur politicians, it is
altogether doubtful it thu pulrflu
al large, and especially those of
the public al all acquainted wilh
the conditions existing in ihat
northern community, ui'l he disposed io ntt.tell great credit to
tbem ot discover any real reason
tor being hi teres tod lu conllrmlug
or denying the statements they
contain. Mt. I'rlugle may he
presumed to In one uf those ardent reformers who, when they do
nut lind the world, immediately
ahout them, agreeing wiib tlmn
in mngnlf) Ing molehills into
mountnilia, ai unco sel to work
it. convince the world ul a distance ol the accurac) ol then
vision. Ue in Vancouver have
Iiuil, in times past, some experience with men n| this stamp-
men of good morals mul good
motives, but unable tu look al
tilings in a sane ami just light—
.md our city's reputation as a
consequence did nut escape injury.
These men have so thoroughly
persuaded themselves of the prevalence everywhere of evil that
they arc unable to .set- anything
good in lhc actions of their (el-
lows- When not even wholesome
amusement escapes their censures
it is nol lo be wondered at that
an instance burn and there of
looseness In morals, such as is inseparable from anv community,
.should be exaggerated into general
wickedness and guilt, Mr.
Pringle, tor example, arrived at
Dawson jusl. when law nnd decency were getting the upper band
there,    when the   city w*s being
purged of the Immoral dance hulls
und Uie gambling' hells, bui be
baw something oi them and bis
mind appears lo have heen so impressed that it has never recovered, lie still sees in harmless
vaudeville shows, Which reach
thai Arctic region, tne danger
which existed in the opuu towu ui
early days and u miner canuoi
wals duvui mu street without being an object uf eotuioisemtlou io
tin* good man who sees peril
lurKiug trom Wm ou ever) hand.
Dawson loday, however, is very
lai" Uom w-b.it ill". I'ttnglO lvpr-u-
hClrtS it tu be. ll is a place
where men do uul hesitate tu lake
their families; n is a towu ul
Buauots and ihuiches, and ot as
,-ilucl police suivvillaitcc as is tu
be tound iu eastern communities.
lis morals aie quite us goutl as
luuftU ol other cities in Western
L uiittdft, anil llml menus Una n
dqbs not conceal, Beneath u mere
disguise oi respectability, ibe tuv
tcaut-s* and bypooracy to be iouud
in lhc boliei-iiiau-ihou communities In lbe older pro\iliees.''
The fruit lands around Cranbrook
are the richest placers lu this pail
ul lbe country jusl now.
The Herald advertised for sunshine,
and of course sunshine follow ed. It
sui-ely pays lo advertise in lhe Herald.
'Distant fields are always green,'
and distant placet grounds are always yellow. The reported rich
limis iu the t'iudlav river country
wiil entice a number uf people to
thu far north, but it- is weir lo think
u greal inuiv times hetore starting
on tlie quest tor tho golden metal iu
that country. Due only beat's
those who arc successful, while the
hundreds who aro unsuccessful arc
never heard of. There aie lots ol
things right close nt home, near
beautiful Craubrook, which are mueh
surer and probably jusl as profitable
as lhe tar oft placer grounds.
Put your faith iu Urn fruit growing
idea.
Never quit boosting Cranhrook.
No man who has invested In
Cranbrook has lost a cent. Thut is
a great boost for Lliis city.
The Vancouver World hist Kriday
reached ihe third auulversary ul its
existence, under the new management
The World is an excellent newspaper
and has ii large aud ever-increasing
circulation throughout the province.
The Herald trusts that tbe World
may have many years of usefulness
before it.
Tin: annual report ol the Chilli ten's
Aid society, of Vancouver, is to
baud. U'tells uf the guud work it
has done and it is tbe hope uf the
management and the secretary that
in the future iL will do even belter
than in the past.
"Vou can't saw wood with a hammer," is the newest way ot saying
"Don't hu a Knocker."
A Lilly has been    called tu the bar
in Toronto.     Tlie despatch docs not
iivy whether her order was gin and
fitters or lemonade.
ougbly perused. Though it has only
been published a year, thc Sunset,
has found its nili'h In the journalistic
galior) of Urilish Columbia, and
is a high nltoh at that. The
Sunset's editorials are always fair
aud its policy thoroughly independ-
The Herald is under ohliga-
is to the Sunset for many coui'lc*
, extended an*' takes this opportunity ol expressing its appreciation
it ihe same. May the Sunset never
set.
The next nssUos sliould he bebl   in
raiib k,     ll     would    he well to
hold the siltiup. of flic supreme
court alternately between Craubrook
and Keniie. Cranbiook bas a splendid court room and every convenience
foi court purposes. Another matter
Un1 should he taken into consideration and that is the expense and
Inconvenience to counsel, jurors and
wHnuSMW, in having to travel from
.me end of ilie dislriel to the other,
so thai it would only be fair for tlie
Kernie people to be at this expense
trtice out ol every twu sittings of the
court.
An Italian horse won tbe Derby,
whieh shows tbat goats ate not
Italy's only monopoly. The King's
horse came hi 13th—unlucky number.
Tomorrow is thc anniversary of the
incorporation of the city of New
Vork. which took place in 1665.
Cranbrook was incorporated in November, 1V0&, and Is still growing-
like New York.
Ballooning is the latest fashionable
amusement among thc rich people of
Lutopc and hn-s this advantage that
it cannot -become vulgarized by a lut
of we poor people, and will* therefore, not shame the fate of ping-pong
and diabolo.
Talking to a man the other day
who had lived on the prairie fur
twenty years, a Herald representative was iuformnl that people ' here
too& the marvellous productiveness of
the soil iu t-bis section as a matter
of course. If amy one suggested to
a resident uf the Northwest that
much could be grown from a piece of
ground here nn can be done, they
would not bellovo it as it would seem
impossible.
The dirwUiirc gown has reached
Toronto—presumably en route for
('i.mbrook.
h'nr a lawless town Cranhrook
very orderly.
A man who will knock a town
which he lives should try a different
climate.
At tlie Liberal convention held it
Nelson last Thursday, the repiesenta
lives of the press were excluded,
The Herald thinks tbis was a mis
take. Newspapers must get news
and it is always better to give the
press iis news lirst hand instead of
letting it drift through tlie channel
of mouth to mouth conversation
When the vote was taken as to
whether the preNs should be admitted
or excluded, all the delegates were
not in the hall. Had they l«in there
is no doubt the vote would bave
been different. There is no good 'object to tie gained in trying to muzzle
the press, lt is much hetter to tjiltt
the newspaper men into thceconllil-
nice of whatever is goitig on ' because by that means the truth will
be publisbrtl. Newspapers will ait
the news uud It is beWer for the!
public at large that t-bis news .should!
not he distorted by Iieing received i
•i second or third hand. j
The Saturday KveniiiK Sunset, i.f
! Vancouver, has just passed its iust |
[birthday and tiie Herald wishes it i
• many happy returns. No exchange
, is more welcome at the ollice of tbo!
Herald ami no    paper ii more tbor-'
FLOWERY FORT STELEE
Nu more beautiful spot exists in
tin* mountains than Kort Steele.
When I he summer is here one natural-
li sit-ins lo wunl lo gu to Steele ami
sir how everything ia growing. Owing to lhe tact that Kort Steele is
the oldest town hi the district and
heenuse the people there planted trees
in tlie old days, the orebanls tire
mueh further advanced than in otlier
nails ul the district. The trees in
the earilens ol K. U. 'I'. Oallmillti,
l.i*. Watt, T. T. McVitlie, W. Carlin,
Chas. I'oek and others are a siplit
worth travelling miles lo see. l>r.
Willi is a elose student of IhiliRs
horticultural aud in his garden are
iiiiiiii tilings not found elsewhere ill
the district. The doctor has whut
is iiii.liulilv the only hearing grape
vim- in Kast Kootenay. It bore
abundance ..f well tlavore-d Iruit las.
vear and has passed through the win-
ii-i* unhurt anil, ii the blossoms are
.mi Indication, will yield a heavy
crop tliis fall.
\ very noticeable feature in I-ort
Steele is llie splendid array ol
llowerhig shrubs whieh may be seen
in almost every garden. The spir-
iii-a lh<- lilac, the .lapan snowball,
ilii'ili'iil/.ia, lhe clematis and the
honevsiicklc ate all in evidence, to
.uy nothing ol ruses, both cllmbtn-g
anil liwarl. .
\ diivi- lo Kurt Steele is always u
iili-nsure and to spend a day there
i.s ulwiii-s educational along the lines
,,[ gardening and kindred arts.
AT THE THEATRES
Owing to tilt- washouts on several
ot tbt- American railways and thus
preventing the delivery ui express,
there were no moving pictures at the
opera house Monday and Tuesday
ovenliigs. Next week a specially at-
I motive programme lias been atiaiig-
•i! tor and 1 lime is no il-.-uli'. but that
lliis popular .iiniKoiiiiiit i*i,ti*i*;.!i*e
>• :i! be woll pat.cini.'.o'l.
Tlie Edison llieatrc drew good
houses as usual. "The Trip Through
Switzerland," '"A Day Witb a t'otin-
|,t*v OUT' and "The Story of a
Kiiiti-ful Dog" were among the best
lilms shown in the city. Mr. Merc-
dctb's rendering ol "Down iu llie
old Ohorrv Orchard" was much up
predated by the audiences.
AN EARLY MORNING BLAZE
An alarm ol lire was rung in last
Kriday morning about one o'clocK and
volumes ol smoke were to be seen
pouring out from under the iron
shingles ol the rear end ol the Cooperative Stores building, Thc lire
department, as usual, were promptly
on the ground and within a.very few
minutes three streams of water were
pouring into the building through
holes cut in the root. Twenty-live
minutes alter the alarm was sounded
the lire was under control. The cause
,,f the tire is unknown. The stock ol
furniture anil dry goods was considerably damaged by water. The loss
is fully covered by insurance, the
Co-operative company carrying $15,
UIU. In various companies. The
damage to the building is lull)- cov
i-red also.
 ■>
LOSES KOOT
W. Wolfen, a brakeman running uut
of Cranhrook, had the misfortune to
loose a loot last Kriday. It seems
llial Wolfen put up his loot to aid
iu coupling some cars and tbat it
aas caught in the knuckle ol the
coupler and iiusbisl. This happened
near Michel, to which place tbe unfortunate Ulan was taken. Dr. Mc-
Sorlie decided lo amputate. llr.
Wo'lfi-n is lining as well as can he i-s-
pt.'lc,!.
HILL & COMPANY
The Best Clothes and the Best Shoes
NOT stylish or comfortable or
ilurnlile. Imt stylish unci comfortable uml ilurubli-. No breaking
in and no broakinR out.   That's
THE WALK-OVER SHOE
WK ABE SOLE AliESTS
That
is
What
the
People
Want
We
Carry
Both
Lines
lt tukes uo imagination to see the
yoexliM'ss of
WALK-OVER SHOES
They're nlwnys right ami they're
all ways right.
WK ABE SOLE AIIENTS
20th
Century
Clothing
Has for its best
witnesses as to quality, finish, style and
satisfactory price,
SATISFIED PURCHASERS.
For years we have
sold this brand of
Clothing and have
never recorded a single kick.
20th
Century
Clothing
Is like a well written
book—it tells the
story. A 20th CENTURY SUIT is a veritable silent salesman.
It is so made that
a customer can see
its many good points
at a glance.
HILL & COMPANY JBS5
'S
GREATEST STORE
Quality Counts
The following letter speuks l'nr itself:—
ili'niiie, llm- ,
Mr.O. T. Bogers. Ith May, 1908.
Dear Hir
I Leg to advise you lhat on Hie Ut inst*. I
Hli'ipped to yon the maple syrnp yon ordered from
us in Fsbruary. I leel positive Hint yon will he
pleated with the quality of the syrup .but I
have seut you. I have taken esti-a care in
makin* the syrup aud yon mav rem asmireil
THAT IT W AIMUITHV HIRE MAPLE SYRUP.
Unplug the shipment wlll reach you in good
order ami .list il will give you entireBatisfaetion,
Yours truly,
(Sigued) WM. F IIEKIIY
G.   T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
WE BUY AND SELL ONLY THE BEST
CRANBROOK,
B.C.
Sunshine After Rain
Comes us a mailer of course, Sunny day
mills aro worn ami wet weather suits put away
for another rainy ilny,
To Ihi well dressed you iuiihI Ih- welltihod. Hi'
.ell .|iialily ami style in our shoo shop,
CHILDREN'S, MISSES'   AND  IIIR..S' WHITE
CANVAS SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS ll.00H.25 »I.B0
CHILDREN'S. MISSES' AND0IRI.S' RED SLIP
PERS $1.85, 11.50, 11.75
LADIE'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORD TIES, f.„.i>, »2.50
MEN'S  OXFORD TIES  AND   BLUCHER CUT
BOOTS 1,1.00, 13.50
LADIES' TAN OXFORD TIES    12.00,18.60, 14.00
MEN'S TAN OXFORDS    HM, tbm
MEN'S BLUCHER CUT BOOTS,tun     (5.00, |D.00 THE   CHANBROOK   RKRALD
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I A Great Sale of HATS
Will be Held at Burns Brothers
During the Next Few Days
We have picked oul of stock
30 LOVELY NEW HATS
sol.l regularly nt from S.i.oll lo $10.00 : hut to cnuse
a stir in tliis department wo will pluce tlii'tii on Sale at
$4.90 Enoh.
Win Liiilii's! iltiu't miss this opportunity of saving
money.
WE WII.I.  ALSO PI-ACE ON  SALE  THIS WEEK
THE  BALANCE OF Ol It STOCK OF
I, A DIES' SUITS AMI SHOUT COATS
Ladies' Short Covert Coats
In Pi
Colors
Regular Prico
Regular Prico
lii-giilnr Prico
I'lain or Stripes.    Sizes 111, ill',, IW
8ll.iV)          Sale Price
11.75 Each
912.50          Sale Prico
•9.75 Each
$18.60         Sale Prico
19.75 Each
LADIES' SUITS
One only.
One only.
(lue only.
One only.
NAVY BROADCLOTH SUIT.
NAVY PANAMA SUIT, »iti
BROWN PANAMA SUIT.
TAN PANAMA SUITS.   I
All Tailor Made
Regular price 930.00,   Sale price
iii-.-il White Stripe.   Regular *2(i.0O.
Usual price 985.00.   Sale price
mini price 885.00.   Sale price   .
N'ow
•14.00
SI 9.50
S24.50
S24.50
We are also showing exceptional values In DRRSS GOODS
AT BURNS BROTHERS S,r«
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*A Handsome  Gift
We have Just • I iho meal  attractive line of UP-TO-DATE
UMBRELLAS evei nhown in Cnuiliroolt.   Oui llneol
LADIES' UMBRELLAS
WITH COLD AND PEARL MOUNTED HANDLES
are Winnies uml woulil make a verj acceptable present.
W. F.  TATE
"The   Jeweler"
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Buy
Your   Nursery   Stock
Prom
The Riverside Nurseries
(iraml Porks, British Columhia.
Por Price 1.1st and Catalogue, write to
WALTER V.JACKSON, Agentf
CKB5TON,   II. C.
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* FRUIT   LAND   FOR SALE
X
I have a livo nun,
milt- frnm town that I
attractive, ..-ith part <-i
llllli' tonus.   This is 11
In.-.
^^^JTrnit 1.111
rill m'll nt ii jiii.*
1 payment uml 1
ni|i.
Address    ■=■*■*■=
il 11 little
• that  wi
iiiiii
prove
nn ri'usnii.
"FRUIT  LAND."   Care   of   Herald   Office
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CllANBROOK TRADING CO.
■Tomer Vim Home and Oiiiick Ave*.
Telephone No. 183
Tliii cut docfi NOT represent a
Mclaughlin carriage
When you own a Mcl.ain-.hlin yon have
no (ear ot mich a breakdown.   That is
the reason to many of these fauioiif*-
carriape* ate Win**, »ohi.
Kvery one guaranteed lor one veai'.
WHAT ABOUT A SET OF HARNESS?
We manufacture our own and ean
lave purchaser money The <]tinlity in
Al. The quality remain* long after
price ii forgotten.
HARNESS WAMINC   FLOUR A FEED
A (iiianiiitee with everything you buy.
A    HAVANA   CIGAR
uom good this hot weather
We have them 11. 2 for 2-V..
o for SOc., anil 1". fo/ tl.OU
Ask fnr a
"LE  VAN"
Thai's the one
MCDONALD'S CIGAR STORE
Tranhrook, It. C.
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT TIIE CITY HY
ASKINO (QUESTIONS (>r
MANY PEOPLE.
IV. II, Hassle, of Port .'Steele,
1 Cranhrook visitor yistet.l.iv.
I W. Lon;j, wlio was accountant tor
1 tiie Iflee.ric Light company, bore !"i
.some time, but uot,  ut Pernie,   was
,.,,.,..       ,    ,.„ ,,       ... IshuMng hands   witli    his Cranbrook
I*.. ... Clayton, ol    the Marvsville triouds on Friday.
The ltev.  Ur.  IV.    ii. W. Fortune,
Saturday special at The Palm Vi
uut Itock, regular 35c., Salur-di
18o. tier lb.
1 ranbrook
department store,
lust evenins;.
WANTED—Three ot lour teams to
haul ties liv piece or dav. Knqitire
ol ,1. R. Stone, Moyie, B.C.    IMt'
Harry Mathers, ol t*h.* Windsor
hotel, Fort Steele, was in Cranbrook
• ni Tuesday.
private
2-11
Fernie
P.O
A. I,
Swaiini-ll, I.. I,.
Itobertentt, 11. C
*., It I'.
L. S.
8WANNELL & ROBERTSON
Poinlnion ami British Columbia
LAND SURVEYORS
P.O, Drawer79a VICTORIA, B. C.
A W Nl NQS
All Styles ami Colors,   .Made on
Short Notice
A. OWENIER, Maker
Armstrong Ave., Cranbrook
W.WTKII-Situation      in
family.     Address, Herald.
Mrs, .1. II. King will n.,t
again until nest Ocloher.
(bus. Finch, ol Kimberlev,
in 1 ranbrook yesterday.
William Craig is up from
lor a lew days.
lames liroley, ol Kernie, was a
Cranbrnnk visitor on Monday.
C. ,1. Archibald, oi Moyie, was in
Cranbrook last Monday.
Oood reliable stenographer wishes
position.    Apply Herald ollice. lS-lt"
The Society Olrl Mining Co., Ltd-,
is the latest incorporation in Moyie.
Hobert Itobson, ol Mayook, spent
Sunday in Cranbrook.
Joe Brault and Mrs. Brault lett en
Friday lor a visit to Pineher Creek.
Arlliur Kenwick, of Fori Steele,
was a Cranbrook visitor on Tuesday.
WANTED—Horses to pasture. A|i
plv to T. M. Bryden, Perrv Creek
Hotel and Ranch. 9-tf
It. T. Urymner, accompanied b'
Mrs. lirymner, left today for a
short trip to thc coast.
T. IJ. Caven bas gone to Montreal
to meet the boanl o. adjustment of
the Order ol Railway Conductors.
.Some ol the member', ol tbe
Eagle lod-gc are getting busy arranging for an uMo-diite minstrel show.
II. ... Elmer visited Movie yesterday. David llaram cigars are a
popular brand in tbe lake city.
II. II. Short, is giving bis bouse,
lbe Wilga, a coat or two of bis
[anions paint.
Marcy |). Couch, ol tbe Canadian
Northwest Oil company, was in
Crnnbrook between trains on Kriday,
A. 11. Trites, president of the
Trites-Wood eompany ol Fernie, passed througb Cranbrook on Friday.
(I. II. HmiIIoii, citv clerk ol Kernie, spent Saturday and Sunday In
Cranbrook,
II. A. Smith, postmaster at Moyie,
spent .Saturday tend Sunday in Cranbrook.
I*. P. Eckstein, lawyer, ol Fernie,
day on his way home troiu Spokane,
passed through Cranbrook on   Tycs-
Tbo Krost Investment company
have purchased the Rambler automobile from Detail's livery.
Saturday special at Thc Palm: Walnut Rock, regular 35c, Saturday,
l.Sc. per lb.
.Superintendent Hrowivlce, accompanied by Mrs. Brownlee, are on a
short visit lo Rochester, Minn.
Oeorge Laurie, the guardian angel
ol Creston, was in Cranbrook on
Monday.
Harry Mcintosh, of Halcyon Hot
Springs, passed through Craubrook
on Monday on his* way home.
Kor the June bride one ol those
new and most modem Sask-Alta
ranges at I'atmore Bros. One that
you don't have to polish.
V. Hyde Baker and a party nl
iriends raa up to Governor Hanson's summer resort at Wasa, in tbe
big steam automobile last Tuesday,
Saturday special at The I'alm: Walnut Rock,    regular   Hue., Muttu*	
18c. per lb.
S. Alexander, the fisherman-lawyer,
ol Fernie, was in Craubrook on
Tuesday and took a trip to Wasa in
V. II. Baker's automobile.
Howard Staples, son nf William
Staples, ol Wyclibe, is spending a
lew days in town as the guest o
Wm. Slater.
J. Jeremy, who used to* do the artistic window dressing in Hill &
Co.'s store, has accepted a position
with Trites-Wood, ol Fernie.
In the last issue of the British Columbia Gazette appears the certificate
of incorporation ol the Cranhrook
Drug & Book Co., Limited.
Mrs. Bert Black, of Kernie, is tbe
guest of Mrs. James B. Henderson.
Mr. Black spent Sunday in Cranbrook, returning on the Flyer.
L. E. Paskill, commercial agent ior
the Wisconsin Central railway, ol
Spokane, was in Cranbrook oa Tuesday.
Patmore Hros. have secured tbe
contract lor installing the plumbing
system in the C. P. R. depot at
Macleod.
Beattie A Atchison have had a
number ol improvements made in
their show windows Muring the past
week.
Cl. M. Oemmill, late of Pilot
Mound, Manitoba, is now the chlel
dispenser at the Cranbrook Drug &
Hook company's store,
WANTED-Prlrate customer in
town for fresh milk daily; about lour
quarts. Apply D. Leslie, Cranbrook. 1Mb
Homer Jones, ol thc Crows Nest
I'ass Lumber company, oi Wardner,
was doin*-. business in Cranbrook en
Monday.
Harry Drew, of the North Star
hotel, of Kimberley, was shaking
hands with his many friends in Cranbrook on Monday.
BEDROOM AND S1TT1NO ROOM
to let for gentleman to board with
family. Apply Mrs. Linnell, Watt
aveniie. 13-lt
Rev. It. Hughes is arranging lo
hold service at Baker mill Ior the
large stall of men now working
there. Thc camp was visited last
Sunday afternoon.
II vou want good worlr Hone sec
Pal more Bros. They do steam, hot
water, hot air heating, plumbing and
all kinds ol sheet metal work, in thc
most modern and up-t<Mlatc style
Mrs. R. S. Aikins will receive in
her rooms over The I'alm on Wednesday, June 17th, Iron, a p.m. lo
ii p.m. and afler on 1st Tuesday ol
each month.
The engagement of Miss •.'•'lie
Craiidall, (laughter ol -Ur. and Mrs
E. K. Crandall, of Chiptnan, N. 11.,
to Mr. Irving Willson, cl Cranlirook
has been announced.
fl. T. Rogers and Mrs Rogers* left
lor lhe coast yesterday via Spokane,
Mr. Rogers will spend about three
weeks In Vancouver and Mrs. Rogers
will spend the summer 1 here.
Edward Klwell and S. H. Hosklm
leave next Sunday to attend the
meeling of the Masonic grand lodge,
which lakes place in Victoria next
week.
i J. Hungerlord Pollen, president ol
tlie Kootenay Central railway, re-
t.iirndl home to Crnnbrook last Tuesday alter a trip to England and the
coast.
Tlio exhibit Ion ol PickiiU'i hand-
patotcd china at W. II. Wilson's last
;■ oi Craubrook, but noiv .
ictaii ol the   Alberta Temperance .*
Moral Reform   league,   usiu.l Medicine Hat last week and spoke in llie
Methodist and Presbyterian churches.
IV. S. McDonald left last Saturday
for New Westminster to attend the
0,1.1 Fellows convention, which is
boing held in   that city     this week.
Mrs, Mclional.l and child nci ipanicd
Mr. Mi-Hi maul on the trip.
Rooms! Room**:! The most up-to-
date, newly and elegantly lurnislied,
with telephone and electric light ana
bath in connection. The Kootcuay
rooms, Dominion Meat Market building, pnouc am. iS-it*
The telegraph service rendered by
.Mr. Aetisoii ou the evemug 01 Monday
the Sth, when thc Ontario and yueuic
election returns were coming over tlie
aire was splendid. Mi. Ncilson did
the whole work single hauled and
gave the best of satisfaction.
The new hall which has been buili
by lhc ltro.her.iuod nl Railway
t-armtm is almost completed anil
will be opened next week, All ine
railway orders and the it-uglo. anil
Owls will use this ball loi lod-JC
purposes.
C. II. Knocke returned from Whim
peg yesterday where lie has ih-cu ut-
teiiduig tho juiui uieeliug ui the
Order of Railway Conductors unit tin*
Brotherhood 01 Railroad Trainmen.
Ail mailers that were bruiigui up
were satisfactorily adjusted,
F. Allen, wlio represents 1'abst
famous beer, was in Crattbrooa lasl
Krid-ay consulting with A. L. .vie-
Dermul, the agent lor Uraaurook, 01
th.s famous beer. Mr. a 111-11 is a
portly gentleman who tells a goon
siory and who has a very strong
opinion about the bright future in
store for llrilisli Columbia.
Captain Thorold, oi Windermere,
who was in craubrook last week 011
lus way to and irom thu Liberal convention at NelSOlt, is nuiiolllni*, a
liioroughiired stallion uom ifuccns-
land, Australia. The horse is being
shipped via one ol the C.1*\K.
steamers anil win arrive at \ ic.ona
some lime next, month.
'.'he Cranlirook bar was represented
at lhe silling 01 the supit-uit- court
recently lu-ld 111 Venue by ,1. A.
Harvey, K.C., Cleorge Tiintnpsun, ..1.
.viacUuiiu.il and 1.. W. I'atuioic.
Ail o. tiiesc gentlemen conducted ttie
cases entrusted to them witb crcm.
to themselves ami tu lbe satisfaction
ul llieir clients. .
lhe Rev. ... II. Wright Irom Koto-ana, was in lown tins weoii. He is
enjoying a vacation iu tue cast 1.00-
leiiay country aud supply the ..letiiv*-
disc pulpit at .Uuiio at the same
nine. .ur. .vrigni cuiiies irom 1,1.-
cciitcr 01 lhc tuitions Uaanagau nis-
Inci, and was 'surprised tu lue pos-
stuliitles 0. Uus upper cutoili) ,,,1
agriculture and fruit raising.
A. Dow, die. 01 ine city police, has been appointed sanitary ui-
ipcclor. A number ol persons have
allowed iheir promises lo get, into an
niisunttaiy. eouuuiuu t>iiic lhc lllue
thai ibe city niuue the mg clearing
up. .so lurcher warning wil. be
given, nut lhe owucis or tenants 01
auy property lounu 111 a dirty condition wm be summoned ne.orc tbe ponce magistrate an-d arc name to a
uue 01 ..till and costs.
Frank Leclerc, 0. .Vlarysville, who
bas euarge 01 ine big drive tor the
Crows .\est .'ass ..umber company
ou the St. Marys river, was ia
town Tuesday evening, air. Le-
cierc was on his way back to thc
drive alter having oeeu iu «annul
several days assisting in stretching
cables to secure the boom al mal
place, lie staled that there was
quae a jam at wardner al me present, but if tbe Kootenay dm not
rise any higher he thought they
wuuld be able to hold the logs,
.Next Wednesday the Ladies 0! lhe
Methodist church win hold a strawberry and ice cream social on tbe
parsonage lawn at eight o cluck. Cool
drinks, and Creston berries, anil a
special brand ot ice cream will be
seasonable and refreshing, aud an
evening concert on the green swain
will ensure a pleasant evening lor
all who can come, '.'he grounds win
be illuminated, admission is free uud
everybody is welcome. The refreshments will be sold at moderate
charges.
The curling club have arranged to
have the famous Kilties band stop
over here for one concert on tue stun
of June. This will be the farewell
appearance of this most popular organization, as they sail lor their four
year cruise around the worlu, from
Vancouver, B.C., on July 19th. Kor
this memorable tour Vne nana nas
been strengthened even beyond their
late numbers, when appearing belore
England's King, including the celebrated Albert Clan Johnstone troupe
ol pipers and dancers, two giant drum
majors, each over Bcvcn led, the
champion boy, piper of the world,
and the lamous male choir of Irom
sixteen to twenty voices. Their appearance here will be a red letter day
lor our city, and the parade will
take place shortly aficr their
rival.
MARRIED
By lhe Rev. Win. Bailey, at tho
Congregational church, Missoula, <>n
Wednesday, June 3rd, C. M. Van*
Wormcr, of Cranbiook, B.C., to Miss
Stella Deuel, ol Missoula, Montana
Mr. VanWormer is comparatively 1
newcomer to this part ol tbe world,
but sinee he has made his home
Cranhrook hns won a host ol
Iriends by his square dealings and
his pleasant smile, that won't come
off. The Herald hopes for many
vears of happiness for Mr. and Mrs.
VanWormer and trusts that they will
find Cranbrook a pleasant place in
which to reside..'
John Hays Hammond, tbe   mining
eosineer, who recently announced his
  candidacy lor the Republican nomina-
Mrs   II   I.   Su*..,   ni Bimrth1!"!!11"™,""." ".' ' ™" '!"I' tm '°r   vice-president, has   severed
wasa C'Lb^vfsitWon Frld-I    \hWV un!t S*tur*?I'JfSinTLito I*- connection   with the Guggenheim
.Sr*™?™ ,™J\    '"*4,,   '"vers ot IK-Mtlful tilings,'Exploration company, according lo a
n,^ „ hSiI*'eJ,VMM, T0.i LBT .*, «*° m not BW :t' m,ssc<l * ■"*■'■    statement Irom his attorney, Charles
private-bouse, central location.     Ap;!   Andy flood, the Crows Nest hotel,W. Trueslow.    Mr. Trueslow said   in
GIVES UP SALARY OK tSllli.CUO A
VEAR
Hammocks
"ur Iim- tbis yenr is largoi-and better than ever, Tbey
were bough I with a view to Btren^tb ami loug Bervice.
Come in nm) so*» the many pretty patterns «-• ean
show
Fishing Tackle
-\s usual, we are liiuiilliiiK the celebrated CBl IFT line.
1 »ur assortment ol POLES, FLIKS. LIN ES, ll EELS,
Etc., is very large.
CrOqiiet   SetS   at reasonable pries.
Tennis  QoOdS InolndlnKSlazlnRer* Aycr'sGoods,
Footballs and Baseball Goods
Anil, iu fact,all leu.ling lines of Sporting liools    Come
anil have 11 look.
totftthiiai.
WHERE ITPAY5T0DEAL
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1 FOR. JUNE BRIDES |
All'thttt U dottrahle in a Wedding Gift —Beauty, Style, +
tileganre,  Value, EicInstveneM and DsefnlnuBs—art com- •
Lined in article** nf ♦
CUT CUSS, STERLINC SILVER, AND HAND-PAINTED CHINA     |
shown iu this stole.   I'niii piece l-ear. a irade mark repre* *
seining siipeiioriiy of design and  finish, an,! cannoi   it* *
excelled anywhere,   Don't accept imitations, *
♦      W       U       IVf T    GAM Jeweler nnd •
J       V* *   n*     Wl l**l*7\jy*l,       On-ulimu-Optician    •
**********************  *********************
FOR BLOWING OFF A \
FRIEND
or   in    oilier   wool-,   for the
refreshment "f cue-'.-. ,„m, ol
our lllllll CLASS WINKS aie
not onlv desirable, but essential.
"WHITE SEAL" IS THE BEST
A. L. McDERMOT
Wholeiale Wine Merchant
CRANBROOK DAIRY w U^ '
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES
We have lotto! Milk and we ire bound tot'et rid of it Prices:
1 pint per day  10 quarts for $1.00
Iquartperdav  11 sl.ti..'
-   " "   "   li!     " J1.00
1 gallon    "      _  13 $1.00
2 gallons and over per day  14 $1.00
Cream, per quart, ode ; rates for larger quantities.
Skim Milk_   25 quarts for $1.00
Buttermilk, when we have it..    10 cents i»-r qusrt
THE** ARE OUR SUMMER QUOTATIONS
FRESH BUTTER FRESH BETTER
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I Telephone No. 5
about your order for
I Screen Doors and Windows |
or,   better  still, come  in   and   let   us show you
our line.
All goods bought in car lota.   Freight is much
less, and you gel the benefit.
{J.   D.   McBRIDE j
HAKHWAIM-:
0BAKBR00K, ii. C.
TO  MAKE   CHANGES    ON THE and    coming on   to the slide, keen.*
CHOW [above the prt->ent track until the top
—— j.if iln* hill is reached when it   joins
u.c present track, thus dispensing altogether ot practically bu, with thu
two jut cent grade ol the present
Him'.
Frank Paper: Extensive changes in
ihe Hack ot lhe Cfaws Nest line ul
t'hv <'. I'. tt, in Mils district are con-
ii'injilated, wliieli, when the wnrk is
llmu*, will mean the expenditure ul
several hundred thousand dollars. The
plans for the work ure completed
and have heen approved but nothing and paste
lelmiie is known as yet  win-:.        im-   lhe bench
Through Frank the track will    be
1 At present, it li said, hut nearlng
UlalrmorOi the lir»' .i-.,im diu-rgc*
through Blairmore aloii*^
>n th
north
side ol town
frill not U;
left tu i>er\e
itnished along
work will start. Ill is said the old line
The change is a part of thc CM', taken up, hut will be
K.'s grade revision scheme, proinul- the eoal mines now csl
gated over a year ago, whereby the It ^^—^_
company proposes to reduce thej There has been talk of the line Ik*-
urades on alt western lines to tiie Ing changed this season but no an-
iiiiniinum. The plans call tor Uo noimeeniehl has as yet been made. It
moving of the'track Irom Brocket ou'is thought likeh, however, lhat the
the east to a little west of Blaii-|work ma) be started before suminer
more on the west, and between    the.'"
ply John l«cask, city.
!2-t* man, visited Spokane lantswHt   and his announcement "that Mr. Hammond
Secondhand typewriter nearly new was made an klk. 'Andy" passed now feels freo to make an aggressive
for sale cheap. Apply to I'atmore through Cranbrook en route bome on campaign for the vlce-prendentlal
H"W« FriHay. nomination.
is over.   i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
C.P.R. survey parties worked all
last summer iii this district, running
lines preparatory to the contemplated change.
The new line will be a little longer
than the present one, hut the advantages to be gained in the matter   of
points thc road will he practically rebuilt. It will be wholly so
wept as to that portion running
through Frank.
The proposed     line leaves the pre*
sent track at about Brocket and runs
north ol Hie present road.    The station al Pineher   City will be iuove tT gradients  will  afford  practically
north several hundred feet and     tin level road.
line will    run something like a mile | ♦	
north of Cowley. It is said to ba
the intention to move thc town it
Cowley to the new line.
Coming    further    west,   tbe  llm
THE FRUIT CROP
The blossoms have (alien and    the
fruit is forming on the trees in   the
orchards of    the Cranlirook district.
crosses to tlw south of the    present In fact, bar the dang.-r of bail,
track and instead of crossing the Ol
Man at lhe present bridge at th.1
falls, will keep on the bench ani
cross at the Big Bend near Hew.'
Qiheau's ranch. It then lakes to
the table laml on the north side an I
good crop is assured. It is a thou-
uand pities that there are not moro
orchards of a hearing age in the
district so that the output might be
greater, Last year was a lairly
;ood   year    lor   fruit, but this year
comes   into   Bellehue    througb    tfc-iiBtds fair to surpass it in tbo matter
townsite, jiving    Bellcvue a statioi,, ol rrf*1"c*lv«0(*3*s- THBCUANBBOOK   I1EKAI.I)
CRANBROOK SASH AND
DOOR COMPANY
Manufacturers mul Dealers
in
SASHES, DOORS AND ALL
KINDS OI: ROUGH AND
DRESSED LIMBER
lletnil \V..rk n Specially
r
When You
Come to the Metro-
p.lis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Kockendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. IJ. K.
Station
$1.00   PKH   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
■#<«<■*«■»». twwwwww*^ MSSRfGSSt*tMta
News of the District
McHENRY'S
MUSIC STORE
Kvoiything in lhe Muslu line
UP-TO-DATE MUSIC
"Sum- Art" Hall Pluiios alwari
Oil   llllllli
MCHENRY'S ORCHESTRA
P. ll. Hos ii«     IKiNHKOWi, B. C.
McVITTlEA PARKER
Provincial Land Surveyors
Kill.AH    1*1,1   IlliSIVIi   K-i.il.-lKliHINU
oi*i'iri:s at iiii.t sti*;i*:i,k ..ni.
UllANBIIUOK
Kslinia.es I'lirnlfilieil
I'nrt Sleele P.O. Hux *-'.',.
Cninl.ionk P.O. Hos 11.
Telephone 171.
Olllco lu riaiilu.ii.il: lici.l llloek.
Geo. ll. I.eask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTHACTORS
Our work Ih '.nr flilvortlHeinnnt, Unt w*
,ii.i iliMiul in lhc Heml.l io
-aui|i)niHl«*u it.
CIMNBWOOK, U. C.
N.'.n Lower Lriuftlronif Avenue
TKl.Kl'ltONK HI
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST
$60.00
FIIOM OKANHKOOK To
Winnipeg Fort William,
Duluth. St. Paul, Sioux City
FERNIE I
(Krom the District Ledger.)
The critic says: That once again he
oiil»l like lo cull the attention ut the
citizens of Pernio .to the tact that
.i eil j possessing such a really high
class hanil as the one we have,
hhoulil In*:, tir it sell and supply them
with a decent band staiitl, Iv would
lie au easy matter lo scenic the use
oi oiif oi the corner lots to erect tne
Btniul tm. As lo the cost ot the
BttttHt, why enough peoplo remarket)
atioui ii on Wednesday nigin to
in.ihe 11 nu easy mallei. Uet a
Mn.iil subscription uom each ui
Hieni, and tliere you arc. Surely
hemic, i.s not going to lei the "banana eity'1 get ahead ol us in this as
well."  nveil,*! shu&lit say ml.
On May-iaih *. the little Lwo-year-
oki sou ot '\Mr.*H. Urogory leil iu
ilie Klk river. His luutUci' jumped
iii alter him and cfculuaily succeeded
in bringing him safety lo land.
Part of the railway..-bridge near
UrocKet, east ol Pineher, wus washed
out ot.place by lite '■ Hood ou Thursday, wliieli caused the cast and wesi
liver to lie cancelled Thursday uiglrl
uml generally delay it! trallic.
I.. O. Rummer, ol tlit> llrm ol
Kiimmer Bros., made a hasty trip lo
the prairie this wcoK, and on his return was accompanied by Ins bride.
The happy couple are now al llosniei
and the Ledger extends eongtatula-
tions.
(From the Kernie Free Press.)
A large hear was shot out at the
Wood-McNab Luiuber company's mill
thiM week.     Mr. lloilon claims thc
honors.
W. W. Wolicr, a (UML hiakeman,
had a loot crushed between two cars
ai AleOillvruy this (Friday) morniug
and was taken to Michel hospital. He
Will lose thu foot.
T. Hell, KoM. Dudley and Mrs. T.
IJeck leave tomorrow lor the coast to
alteiid the annual convent ion ol thc
Odd Fellow grand lodge.
Mr., Mrs. and Miss Pollock; ll.
L. Kdmonds, A. 11. frites, C. Davey,
Tom, Con and Pat Whelan aud A.
Hood, ot Crows Nesl, look iu the
Niks exclusion to    Spokane ou Tues-
A juror limited Pedlar was mulcted
ii day's pay hy the courl (or appearing iute at Uie court house ou
Thursday, llu put up a lame excuse
about his w.aiteh being at fault and
was lucky lo get oil as lightly as lie
did.
Oii Momlay afternoon while thc
vim! crew at Michel were switching
llie loaded coke cars onto the main
line oue of them got away. A
lirai!i em an was on top and ou trying
the brake found thnt it was out of
order. lie rode the cur lor two
miles und then jumped. The car
continued on its way to Femie. This
says a good deal for tiie new road
lu*l, as the car would certainly have
jlimped the tracks if the roadbed was1
not in-good shape, ll came down
llie yard licre and ran iuto the <l.(
\. passenger train that was standing
hi the main line in front of the station. What was left of the rear
coach and the box car would make
good kindling. Luckily the crew ol'
the passenger were all*at dinner at
the time, and nobody wus ahout. A
yard engine left Michel two minutes
after the car had started, but could
not keep in sight of it. They steamed in fifteen minutes later ami helped
'   clean up tiie wreckage.
held Wednesday afternoon. Olfkera
were elected as follows:
P. F. Johnston—President.
.1. W. Fitch—Vice-Preshhmt.
<i. Stewart—Secretary.
J. S. MacKachern—Treasurer.
The following comprise the board of
directors: E. A. Hill, 11. IL 1*1-
mock, .1. S. MacKaehern, .1. W.
Filch and P. F. Johnston.
The switchboard and supplies art*
on the way from tlie east, and the
wires will'he strung a'ud Ihe phones
installed with as Utile delay as possible after arrival. The Central office will lie iu ttoldle Stewart's drug
store.
K. .1, Smyth will leave tomorrow
for New Westminster, where hr will
attend ilie Odd Fellows grand lodge.
He will tn. there iu the position of
grand conductor, and also as a dele*
gale Irom Wildey l.mUe No. 41.
Movie,
ELKO AND TOBAC |
CO PLAINS I
(From our own correspondent)
Mr. Hrown, oi the J. II. Asbdown
Co., Nelson, was in Elko and Kootenay river points tliis week.
Miss May Hoo returned to Klko
after a short visit to the big red
apple country,
The Imperial Uordoti was in town
this week soliciting sympathy for the
John D. Koekefeiler's lamily. Wc
refused  to subscribe on principal.
Mr. Sinclair, of Winnipeg, was in
Klko and south for the gold standard
brand ot goods manufactured -by Cod-
villu a Co.
J.
move
track
Hueston and family will
ligh  Kiver il the C.P.H.
and bridges hold out this week.
"Around the world in eighty minutes," played at the opera house,
ijlko, Saturday night to standing
loom only, and was highly spoken of
by uli present. Hush of business
prevented us attending.
Fred Hoo, general merchant, was
awarded the mail contract for carrying the mails between Klko aud Hoosville.
A. .1. Carter, engineer at Uie
North Star mill, is building a residence that will be a credit to the
town when completed.
A. C. Bowness said that time, tide
aud his runabout motor car waited
tor no man.
There never was
wouldn't be hetter if
were born dumb.
a town    that
some citizens
Always wipe the mud off your
slices before kicking a gentleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheridan visited
Fernie this week.
In a few years Tobacco Plains will
he yielding its golden harvests of
grain ami fruits fat beyond the wildest dreams of speculation aud will
find a remunerative market in Klko.
Push, don't knock.
up a paper iu Klko or Hosmer,   but
no doubl il will be oue ot the other.
We wish io thank our out of town
customers lot thc cash orders they
are entrusting to our care, aud wish
tu say: "Thanks to the Cranhrook
Herald." We have just received
another carload of new ami up-to-date
gnods at a bargain sale. We can
supply nearly everything but brains,
hut we have made arrangements with
the butclici lor a supply of them.
Strictly a home product is lhc hig
red apple around Hoosville.
Mrs. Fred Hoo and her four son:
were Klko visitors this week, return
ing south Thursday.
W. F. CtutU, "the Sir Henry Hawkins" oi Craubrook, was visiting
Kuotenay river points this week,
spending -*'i seconds in Klko, which
prevented bim visiiing lhc old college
.'mini department, but we would like
to know what his object was iu sacking up the apple blossoms which were
sprinkling the velvety lawns like
snow flakes on the Mott ranch west
of the town and taking vhem up lo
(.'ranbrook.
A lally in Wiunipeg who was lined
S't.tiO for laughing in court, has asked to have the line remitted, pleading
that sho was compelled to giggle, ns
u'mouse had run under her skirts and
was climbing —.
The reason why President Roosevelt
cannot possibly think of considering a
third term is because he has an appoint men i to hunt big game around
Hoosville as soon as his term expires.
Mr. MacNumaru, of the Western
Canada Wholesale company, visited
Klko for the first time this week.
(fn ssuway     Moore, the   travelling
soda water fountain mun,  was
Klko visitor this week, buying      up
picture pust cards and Indian curios
from Tobacco Plains.
In Klko the pig pen is a good deal
mightier than the sword and causes
far more trouble "according to
Hoyle."
Mr. Waylelt, was in Klko this week
hooking fruil- orders for Pluukct
Savage, who have opened up a wholesale house in Fernie,
Mr. and Mis. A. C. Hownesss pair
Klko a sliorl visit, this week ami I.
say Mrs. Howness was delighted h
putting it mildly. There is no bet
ter place in British Columhia iban
Klko or Hoosville to spend a summer
vacation. The summers are delight
ful, never a day so hoi but if om
gels in the shade they can he com
for table, and the Klk river i.s teem
ing with nice plump trout.'
To owe
divine.
is  human, to pay up    is
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St. Louis
Toronto
Ottawa
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JUNE 5, H, in nml SU, JULY •'-. 7, SH
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1008. First Cliws, Hound Trip.
Ninety Days' Limit.
Kh'-i'm ■ Those tickets uie good
via snv recognized run ten in one or
hotli .lin-.-iioiis. To dentinal ion* nasi
nf Chicago nn- gnnd via the limit
Lake-
l'..r furtliei Information, Hates,
Sleeping Car Itf-servtitlona, etc.,
npply tn
C. e. McPHBRSON, i. MOE,
'!. P   \ , ll   J-. A.,
WINXM'l.i;. MAN. N'KI.SON, U.C.
LIQUOR  I.ICNNSN  ACT
Notice is   hereby given that
month aftei dale I, Mrs. 0. A.
llurge, intend to apply to the Super-1
Inlcmlent ol Provincial Police for a|
Transfer to Mr. T. M. Bryden of my ,
Hotel License to sell intoxicating,
liquors       under the provi-'
sioiis ol the Statutes in that behalf.'
in the premises  known and described
as the  Perry     Creek  Hotel, situated
at Perry Creek,    B.C., to commence
on the first day of July, 1.(08.
Mrs. O. A. llurge.    |
Perry Creek, B.C., Mav Ilih. imiB. I
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MOYIE I
(From the Moyie Leader.)
Chas.     Knderwies,    of   the Moyie
brewery, was transacting husiness in
Cranhrook Monday.
Chas. J. White and Frank Hayllff
are at Cranbrook writing on their
exams as mechanical engineers.
Miss Lulu Crowe was in charge
of llie Moyie post office while H. A.
Smith was nt Nelson alteudlng the
Liberal convention.
Thos. Lenlhnn returned Wednesday
from Spokane. Mrs. I.eiiihan and
daughter have gone to (lotdtlelds,
Nevada, to spend the summer.
Dominick tfnvalorto was killed at
tin' St. Kugene last Saturday trlght
about Ol o'clock by falling down a
chute from the 15011 foot level lo the
ITiin foot level, a distance ol practically 200 fpct. Life was extinct
when he icached ilie bottom. He was
burin) Tuesday, the service being
held .it the Catholic church, Father
Ohoincl officiating. Interment was iu
the Moyie cemetery. Deceased was
..I...nl :i:l years of age und came from
Allien.) oiily a few davs prior to
his death. Very little Information
could he learned us to his relatives
hut it is said he had a wile and several children. K. Mallandaine, coroner, held uu inquest with the following jury: J. McLaren, A. B. Stewart,
Win. Jewell, A. Pitman, W. Dayen
and A. K. Lin/cy. The jury brought
in a verdict that lhe deceased came
to liis death hy accidentally falling
down the chute, as above mentioned.
Win. Rpurck, presidet)I of the Cambrian Mining company, A. U. Cooper,
vice-president. H. B. Miller and I'i'.
Patten are iu Moylo tn attend a
mcotln-g of the above company. Mr.
Spuiek is of Seattle, Mr. Cooper, uf
Nelson, and Messrs. Miller and t'at-
ten frnm Kansas. Mrs. Patten
here wilh her husband.
A meeting of thc stockholder*
the Moyie   Telephone company
Gust Peterson is shipping Tipper ary
apples to Feruie.
A man cannot raise a crop of
brains by irrigating his stomach
with booze.
Miss Bessie Dorkendorf, tlw popu'ai
young lady in charge of the Krag
university, Saskatoon Flats, Waldo,
wus in Klko Satunday between trains
purchasing useful presents for the
seiii.ii grades.
One of the sights around Klko at
tlie present time, especially to easterners and tourists, is the Mott
ranch, west of the town. The apple
trees and other crops are so far advanced over other districts that it is
proving a great drawing card to the
Klko district.
A gotKl namo is better to be chosen
lhan great riches, says the divine
book, and when Providence has entrusted us with such a precious gift
we should endeavor to keep it clean
iid iinsmirched.
M. Phillipps, ol Kruitlands, was
in from the soutb and reports everything prosperous ln the fruit belt.
Herman Frev, general manager ol
the Bald-Headed Kagle Bottling
works, was in Klko this week un Ids
way fo Hoosville.
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WARDNER |
(From our own correspondent)
Mr. Lewis, deputy game warden
for the Fernie district, was iu Want
ner Momlay last on business.
The picnic season is now on and
those who enjoy having caterpillars
drop dowi, their necks, sand flies in
the ice cream and crushed custard
trimmed with pine leaves,, do have
such jolly times.
Mr. Mutz,
uie famous,
last..
the man who made Fer-
was in    town Tuesday
Mis. Norman Mackenzie and Miss
Kmily, of Prince Albert, Sask., are
visiting Hie "Kays" of Elko.
The B. C. government hus received
about two hundred and Ulty thousand
dollars from the Klathead country
aud they should certainly spend u
little money on the trails and clean
(hem out. The Hoosville-F'latfae-id
trail built bv United States boundary
line surveyors and kept in repair by
prospectors going into the country, is
entitled lo immediate repairs.
talk about theii
to forget    thelT
A  lot nf   people
neighbors iu order
wn shortcomings.
Cranhrook has, without a doubt,
the best fire brigakle Hi the Crows
Nest Pass, Southeast Kootenay or
Hoosv-ille. Everybody who has been
in Crnnbrook and seen the brigade at
work praise Ihe fire laddies.
Pay as you go:'
pay, don't go.
If you    can't
Bert Wfalmeter was in Klko Saturday and we can't say far sure whether the Femie    Tree Press will start
A number of employes of the Hoss
rifle factory have been tired. Tlie
foreman who discharged them claimed
they were not the proper calibre.
Mr. Heirderson, manager of the Bull
River Electric Light «k Power company, arrived hack from a business
trip to Spokane Tuesday last.
The youth who is janitor of halt an
acre of juicy lawn is not an anient
admirer ol this line growing weather.
Mr. Armstlong, of Cranbrook,
commissioner ol roads and bridges,
accompanied by Mr. John Keid,
overseer, were Wardner visitors Wednesday last.
Mr. Herb Kett and Miss Carmlchel
were in Cranbrook Wednesday last.
Summer resort proprietors look
forward with apprehension to the
coming season. A ten per day suite
is out of reach of men who are wear.
Ing their 1 »U7 straw lids.
Mr. William Siliker and wile were
('ranbrook visitors lasl week.
Of all punk gull Inspired bv gall,
De iimit is tfcis: "1 know it all."
lie yap what springs it always is
A dead one In his line o' biz.
His nut is swelled; his talk is punk;
lie may lie boss, but you c'u bet
He'll finish iu de junk heap yet.
An' that's no dream, take it from me
He's got his number—23.
The way they plays th' game today
It's Mr. Wisegiiy draws the pay.
No swell   head    goes, th' guys what
rise
Is them as hustles lo get wise.
Mr. Griffin, traveler Inr James Turner & Co., Hamilton, Ont., was in
lown Thursday last.
G. W. Donahoe, postmaster, wav in
Cranbrnok Thursday last.
Mr. Charles Martyn, .ol Swansea,
jiftid his parents a short visit last
week.
Fred Burgess was in ('ranbrook
FtMay last.
John Davis, of the Cranbrook
Electric Light' & Telephone company,
Harry LaPointe paid Cranbrook a
visit Saturday last.
Mr. Douglas, the Iruit king of
Bull river, was iu Cranhrook last
week,
The regular monthly meeling of thc
Ladies Aid society wus held last
Thursday afternoon, June 4th, at the
home of Mrs. Millar. After thu
usual husiness was disposed of, a
dainty luncheon wus served by Mrs.
Millar.
Vice-President Whyte, of the C. P.
H. denies that Uie wages of good
men are being reduced, but thc inefficient are being weeded out.
A very pleasant time was spent
on Thursday evening lust at thu
home ol Mr. and Mrs. A. Norris
when a few of their young friends
were entertained by them at cards
A delicious luiirlwoii was served nnd
after listening to some excellent
music, the company dispersed. All
were unanimous in declaring Mr. ami
Mis. Norris lo he excellent entertain
Miss Verio Martin and Miss Lucy
Sheppard lelt lor Cranlirook on Saturday evening last. They will
write mi the entrance examinations,
which is being held there, as candidates from the Wardner school.-
A gentleman undertook to purchase
a waist for his wife.
•'What bust'.'" asked the saleswoman.
"Why, I didn't hear anything!"
Gomer    Jones
Cranbrook.
spent   Monday   in
The Kootenay i.s on the rise this
week. Looks as if we are going to
have high water in earnest.
Mr. Oreen and wife leave on the
15t!i for Banff, AJta., where they
will spend two weeks. The balance
of their holiday will be spent at
Suiiimerlaiid, B.C., and at the coast,
W. Anstie, of Nelson, secretary for
the Lumbermen's association, was
a Wanlncr visitor Monday.
Mrs. Alex. Sutherland and children
left on Tuesday for Fernie, where
they intend to reside. Mr. Sutherland is at present employed as engineer with the Fort Steele Brewing
company.
Miss McEachren, of Sussex, N.B.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kred
Heard.
Mr. Dodd, C.P.H. operator, has
moved his family into the house owned by Mr. Pracht.
Mr. Black, of Calgary, represent iug
the Prairie City Oil eompany, was
iu town Monday.
Mr. IL C. Lindsay left, ou Tuewriny
lo spend a few days at his home in
Spokane.
On account of liiu.li water the
Crows Nest Puss Lumber company's
hig mill lias closed down for a short
lime.
Black
Remarkable  for
Watch
richnest
and
Bavor.   Uw
plug chewini
pleating
big black
; tobacco.
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IN  TIIK    COUNTY    COURT    OF
KAST KOOTKNAY HOI.DKN
AT WIliMEIt, B. C.
Hi-twei-n Harold E. Forstcr carrying on business under tlie name of
tlio I'eterboroiiRli Trading Company,
plaintiff, and it. O. .Icntting-8, defendant.
Take notice tbat the above named
plaintiff has commenced an action
against you in this Court claiming
to recover judgment against you tor
the sum ol 1479.26, amount
ol a promissory note made by
you in his lavor and Interest thereon,
and that an order has been made
providing Ior the service upon you ot
the Summons by publication ot this
notice in tour consecutive issues ot
tlie Cranbrook "Herald" newspaper.
And further take notice tbat tbt
dispute note herein may be filed with
the Registrar ol this Court at
Wilmer, 11. C, within eight days
alter tbe last publication ot this
notice.
The date ol the first publication ol
this notice is May 28th, 1908.
Hugh Macdonald,
Solicitor lor the Plalntil.
To R. 0. ..ennlngs,
Above named defendant.       10-H
JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
K»i».riuK a SpraiHlty
Aikwis Block, Cranbrook
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH H. McLEAN, Proprietor
Dealer in
All Classes ol Second*
hand Qoods
BUYER OF  FURS
Furniture ol All Kinds, IkiIIi
New anil Beioiid-hanil
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
Style and Value
Some men put correct
style above everything eke,
when selecting Suits and
Overcoats. Others demand
wear.
The Fil-Reform trade-
maik is in the pocket of Fit-
Reform garments to guarantee that you will get both.
This trademark is the
all-important part of a Suit
or Overcoat.
It's the biggest "little
thing" in Canada, because
it stands for lhe best there
is in tailoring.
Look for it when you
come fur your new Suits.
BURNS    BROS.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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Dezall's Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable
J. DEZALL,  PROPRIETOR
'• >  Fine Drivers, Handsome Rigs and Comfortable Stables  ♦
;; Automobile for Picnics, Hides and Trips to ♦
■■ surrounding towns
SUPERIORITY is the mark that distinguishes
From all others.  -1 -Unexcelled in purity, strength and 'lavor.
. Sold by leading grocers from 50c lb.	
FRED   ROO
Tin- Woll-kuowii 1-tonon.l Merchant
IS
plt-itst'tl to tniiko
THE
announcement tliat lie carries all   kinds
of mere hand ise, and received the
BIGGEST
sloi-k of Fishing Tackle over st-cn here.
Souii' jealous person tniulit cull me li
LIAR
Hut Freil llmi is happy
IN
knowing thut he has a reputation in
ELKO
for veracity wliich is worth more to him
than iiiitolil (jiill.
Hardware
*
HiracM and Saddle.
*
Miner.'   and   Pro.-
peelers' Supplies
*
Dry Oood!
ilruLer.es
*
Raw Furs
*
Prod u.e
l-ruli aad Caady
*
Indian Curios
aad
Fishing Tackle thai
Cliches the Fish
THEROOSVILLECASH STORES I
FRED ROO, Proprietor
ROOSVILLE, B. C. ELKO, II C.
"IMPERATOR"   BRAND
Ham and  Bacon
I'ul up liy our people, is the l..**,i in
('lunula. The trotihle in In got
ouo.iglt, owing to t-tliiii'ttigo of sitii-
alile lions. We have a supply of this
Hani anil Union now.
P. BURNS «L CO., Lid.
PHONE NO. io
Read The HERALD THK   ORANBROOK   HRRAt.t)
i'liuNi: in
itox- :a
I OLD COUNTRY NEWS
INTERESTING. ITEMS
paper you mny wish.J	
B. H. SHORT
ARMSTRONG AVUNI I.
      covering with our
ARTISTIC PAPERS
that put life in a room ami make
it ,i| |i -ar more like home.
A lull complement of Painters
I'api'ihangers   who   will   go
anywhere and paint or han^auy
I wait until tho bitf nmli comes.
Thi' Only KeH)Kint(ihle  Paint
nnd htper Shop in tho City.
ORANBROOK, B, 0.
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He sure and a lend Hie
BIG DOMINION EXHIBITION
AT CALGARY, JUNE 29 TO JULY 9
and stop al Ihe
QUEEN'S HOTEL
H. L. STEPHENS, Proprietor
The Best of Service. The Best of Rooms
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Try a   Ca ie ol
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Equal
Two  Dozen   Pints   $2.50
to Wiiiiinuss'.    The finest  liuvomge on the market
tur family and table iih.'.    I in parts vigor and
health, and tones up Uiu body generally
JAMES  KERRIGAN
Brewer. Oranbrook,  B. C
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mm>mm<m:
Wentworth Hotel
COKUKTT .I CO.. I'ropiiu.oiB
CRANBROOK
B. C.
This in Ihu If'l.'l llml lli.-y tall; nl I.
Wlio 11m " tlit-y " ?
Tin. (.,',,I'le.
Why ilo "tlioy" lull; V
On uowiiit. ».f tl..' *.-"".l infill-, ilie I-.
lent service, ninl tin- cordial,etiurti *, trci
meal nt llie Wentworth nml ynu Inn-nine n
lllll,'HI;
Wentw
In renins, the
ei-iinlctl to all.
llll Ix-tU-lt'l.
excel-
lllll B
i'rv it.
MMiSS'UMiW
aaiaaiaia&fiB^^^^^H^st^Eisiiafiieisfaa
Canadian Hotel g
1
One ol the pioneer hotels of Cran- SI
brook.   Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
at
Joseph Brault, Proprietor g
Ias00)ai3!3&^3^»!-ii»^!Siss(isiitfitsaiat«i
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I BAKER   &  BANF1ELD
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
Uog I.) iiiitioltui-t- 1
for Ciintnirts, Itirgi
nlil.'. ninl liqtllill*-
for your Iniililini;. n
town.
I'. 11. II,.*-. :li|l
ml  tlioy nre now ..pen Ir. i;ivo estimates
ni- aniall.   All uur iiiiiitiitioiisnrc reason-
Iml  lirst class wiui.     I.rl us quota you
I ,i.iiip,nv uni* prices with nil others in
 ■ URANBROOK AND HOSMER
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Nnw mul Strieilj |.'i
American I'l.in. ti,l
-I I 'Im
Tm.ni'HONB 208.1
■lay
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
ClIAS    llAI.TK.iV, I'li.prii'lor.
for. Moymoiir anil Opnlpvn S'n*
Qli|iii9toC. I'. 11. sintliiii
Vancouver, B. C.
Thu veteran Catster, Norfolk, hf.-
hoatniitn, James I lay lett, known as
"Old Jimmy," who died recently,
agfd eigh'ty-thrw, and whose striking j
phrase ut tlie Beauebaaip lifeboat'
disaster inquest, ''CaisttT men never
turn back, was the inspiration of a
relief fund that reaehed £10,000, left
un estate of -411,375 gross and £1,-
053 net. Alter tlif Ileawliamp was
capsized, he rccdved a gold medal
Irom thu King.
When a boy, aged seven,, was charged with theft recently at Williftteii,
tbe police stated that he had been
-sleeping out for some weeks. His
parents and only brother were in
Jail, und all three bad twn In and
out ol prison for years. The magistrate said he must go to a home. It
was decided that as he had atit«o<tod
the workhouse church this made him
a churchman, and ho was sent to a
Church of Knglaod home.
of Dunkeld tu something of tlicir ori-l NOTICP
, mu.il design,    which is being under-
rw^KCMn^0^1 52?1* N*olice ^ hereby given that after
tr    *lr*i 'Vi,       *ib7l'K bvffin' t!* «P*ration of sixtv days      from
Kff&&ftta!^2? ta?{to date «» the first jSblication
ww lor the last ninety years u<*d hereof   Hicham   O.    Barnwell       ol
-ShfeLfStL^ WES**?- *""»•*«•». i"t««»s to submit to tie
he ast 2mS "Sffff! ?^' for "«»"»"• «"> Chiel Commissioner
SE I;..i.i? pnor *?■ u;stnratl»n- of bands and Works a proposal
lhe services  were  peculiarly  solemn|under    the provisions   of the Rivers
antl impressive, j
\et,-ittiiitioiis arc in a forward state
for the acquisition by the admiralty
>.i alwtut three hundred acres ol additional ground at Rosyth for thc
erection of a large explosive factory.
The proposed site of the factory is
about two miles westwards from the
admiralty's present western boundary
,it Rosy Hi, and consists of cultivated
land. The price which, it is understood, lias been practically agreed
upon has not boon disclosed.
Ten old inhabitants ol Great Hard
field haw passed away recently,
whose ages totalled 83tl years. Tbey
were Mrs. James (lould, H, James
Gould, Vl; Mrs. Button, 8S; .lohn
Blight, 87(1 Oeorge Stock, 86; Mrs
Richard. Ml; Eliza Tllbrook, 81
Thomas Ti Hi rook, M>; awl Caroline
Kuinsey, 71. There are still a large
nimilier ol aged people in t'h« village.
A boating accident occurred recently at Dunoon which almost emUtt in
a .voting (Hasgow man named Donald
Macpherson losing his life. About
seven o'clock in tlie evening he had
hired a rowing skiff, ana bad proceeded well out to mid-ehannell. Ou
returning he lost an oar, and in attempting to recover it overturned the
skiff. This happened some distance
beyond lhe Gantoeks rocks, where
tbe tide at all times runs strong. Tlie
skifl was speedily carried away, ami
the young man struck out for the
Gantoeks. The tide, however, gob
stronger, and carried him past the
reef of rocks. Too exhausted to
swim, he lay floating until he lost
consciousness. (At this moment ho
was seen by a couple of young men
in another boat. .Macpher«on was
found floating face downwards In the
water. They tried to get him into
the boat, hut were unsuccessful, and
being- inexperienced boatmen, they
were afraid to take the risk of pulling him over the stern. Oue ot
them kept his head above water for
nearly half an hour, and the othei
continued rowing. At this stage a
launch approached the Gantoeks and
was attracted to the spot, rescuing
all parties. Macpherson was taken
to a hotel, where restoratives were
applied and change of clothing got,
and through the kindness of spectators he was conveyed home to Glasgow hy the late steamer. Thc occupants of the other boat were in an
exhausted aud wet condition-
At Ihe monthly meeting ot the
Society of Antiquaries ol Scotland,
held recently in Edinburgh, Dr. VA-
ward Kwart Guliune and Mr. A. V
Curie, secretary, gave an account of
the examination of an iron cage
cairn ut Gullane. Thc cairn, ol
whieh notice has heen sent to the society by Mr. Henry Borthwick, of
Korthwick Castle, as having heen ex-
posed hy the blowing away of the
sand, measured about 20 feet in
length by 13 feet In breadth, and lay
nearly ninth and south, rising to a
height ot about 4£ feet in the center.
Remains of six uncrcmnted interments weie found in it, of which four
had been previously disturbed. With
the fifth there was found a spiral fm-
gei-ring of bronre. very much decay-
til and broken, ami underneath the
sixth an iron knife or dagger seven
inches in length, including the tang,
which still retained tracts of tho
wooden   haft. A large whorl of
.amis tone was found near the base
of the cairn. Many other cairns,
th ol smaller mc, are in the
Immediate vicinity, which have been
nearly all destroyed by irresponsible
treasure-seekers.
Fearing that he was to be given
over to the police on a charge ot
theft Irom the till of his employer—
grofW »» Mortngstde Road, Edinburgh—a message boy swallowed two
half-crowns, ami stated that a shilling was all he had stolen. On %l\e
arrival of n policeman, however, the
lad admitted stealing the half crowns
and twhl what he had done with
them. Ile was immediately taken
to the lloyal infirmary, where tile
doctors at first failed to flitf any
trace of the coins, b»t on the X-ray
being applied it was seen that the
half-crowns were lying just below ttie
lad's throat. Some difficulty was
experienced in extracting ttp money,
but the doctors at last succeeded.
The lad, U»»'gb still suffering, was In
a condition to allow him to be taken to the police office. The hoy was
brought up at Kdinhurgh city police
court, where he ;tdmi11ft! stealing six
shillings from the till in the shop in
which he was employed. \\$ was
given ihe benefit o,( \\%o probation act.
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ROYAL HOTEL
N. I. SAWYER, PROPRIETOR
Marysville - B. C.
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This is a new Hotel,
pliisli'iiil throughput and
ui'wly furnished. The
Koyal aims to please the
pillilie.   (jin-   it   i|   trial.
'I'll,- Hootch express Irnm Edinburgh
lor London Innl a wondcr.ul escape
Irnm what might have linn a serious
smash a fi-w days une. The train
Iail Edinburgh nt six o'clock, and
wlu-n passing Bunliar. on a non-stop
run tn Hcrwtck, the axle al one ol
the two engines hauling the (rain
snappi-il, and tor nearly halt a mile
tore up the permanent way. UIM-
mutely llie engines became detached
Irom the train, and the Iron} -far-
rlago, in wlili-h several persons were
travelling, le(t ilif libe. Fortunately vt one was hurt, and twn hours
later another train conveyed Ine passengers on their journey.
The old erosB ot Greenlaw, Berwick, which wns erected along with
the town hall-lormerly the county
hui|iliiTOi-««arly eight years ago,
was blown down some time since
la a gale ol wind. It has now been
restored and re-erected by public
subscription, under the superintendence nl the palish council. It displaced .-1 mueh older cross, dating
bark tn IMS, which long lay lost
sight ol beneath rubbish, but wtaioh
was unearthed In 1811 In connection
with improvements on the dmroh-
yaiil, and re-erected against tha
western wall ol the oM tower adjoining the parish clnircb,
The work ol restoring the choir
tti chancel «l  Uw ancient cathedral
In I'Mlnburg-h a lew dayi a««i, John
I Sit) iii(*eour Hepburn, late town
'I'lt'lk, Uotlii-say, wus M-i.l.iiw*d to
five years Imprisonment for ember./.*
ling tl.iiiu belonging to tne burghs
ami private clients, Henry Lamond
anil ,1. S. Lang, piim-ipals iif a well-
snown firm of Olasgow lawyers,
•Ven' s.-nUnced to five and lour years
imprisonment respectively, for ap-
proprlatlng £7,500 (rust money.
Tin- report ol the special commission appointed l.y the local government hoard to enquire into the cause
of tin- high ili-ath rate and tlio -bealt-h
conditions prevailing in IMIast was
issued a couple ol weeks ago. Tho
commissioners slate Ibat Ihe genernl
deutli rate in Belfast is, and bas been
for several years, about the same as
that of Manchester, lower than that
uf Lublin and Liverpool but, uot so
low as Unit ,,f other large cities ol
tin- I'nitisl Kingdom.' Tlie commissioners lliink llm. the allegation that
the death rate is excessive cannot be
niaiiii-aiiied, except with regard to
enteric, phthisis, and, to a less extent, diseases of the nervous svstem.
Wilh regard to enteric fever, the
commissioners slate that the mortality tor the last 35 years in llellust
appears to have no parallel in any
other eity or large town in the
United Kingdom, and unsanitary conditions cannot nf themselves account
lor It. Thc water and milk supplies
re also held blameless, "On the
ither hand," add the commissioners,
'llie known Ical'ircs of lhe history of
liolfast lever are consistent with
explanation attributing them to tho
Influence, direct and indirect, of
shelllish gathered grossly contaminated foreshores of Itclfa-ft Lough. No
syslem of sewerage treatment, within
practicable limits ol cost, will lully
safeguard the l.ough shellfish, and we
are of opinion that powers should be
obtained tn prohibit the gathering ot
these shellfish tor human consumption." After some further com*
meats, the commissioners state that
they nre of the opinion that Ihe public health department is at present
unsuitable, and that reorganization
sliouM tie efiectcd to bring the public
health administration into line with
lhat which obtains in ttie cities ot
Kugland and Scotland by malting
provision ior the appointment ol a
special medical staff lor public health
work, and not dependent on those
whose first duty must he to tend the
sick.
In the Chancery division, Dublin,
recently, the matter ol the estate ol
Miss Klizabetb Magan, an ecce-ntriv
lady oi great wealth, who resided in
County Meath, was mentioned in con-
ii.-oi ion with a claim made by Messrs.
Adam A Co., auctioneers ana valuers,
liubliu. After thc laxly's death no
wlll could he lound aad it was
thought she had died intestate. At
thc request of the solicitor for the
person who was believed to he next-
of-kin, Messrs. Adam ,v Son went to
.Miss Magan's late residence for the
ifurpose ul making an inventory ot
lhe property. They went through a
mosl extraordinary accumulation ol
property that filled every room in
papeis, documents, and valuable
the house, and even tho ball. The
accumulation was such that it was
in'y with the greatest difficulty that
they were able to get inlo the bouse,
In the course ol etieir work, Messrs.
Adam l.nitn. the will ol the deceased,
under which charities would benefit
tu a considerable amount. Messrs.
Adam had recovered an immense
am..uut of property, Including £7,000
u bank notes and securities ol every
kind. I.veny passage In the lady's
house, irom the Iront door to the
war, every room and corridor, was
piled high' with loose papers, boxen,
and parcels of all sl7.es and descriptions, and the litter on the stairs
was almost knee deep. Various
sums ol money were tound in very
peculiar arid unlikely places. Sums
of money were lound ia rubbish on
the Hours, in hand boxes, and in a
purse, anil Iwo baak notes were (ouw.
glued to the floor.
M Doylo, Iloaoommon, petty scs-
lons, Thomas Parker was chargod
w...i .ailing to report h.nitell to the
police, he being a supervisee on 11-
cinse. lie had heen travelling Irom
place in .he Keniiue district, visiting
large fauns, and pointing out divisions nl 1(1 or 15 ucres tu small tenants in the neighborbortl. Ile made
a rlcvcr delence, urging that as he
was on a lourney and did not tarry
unnecessarily he had not come within
measurable distance ol the provisions
of the acl. Ile asked the magistrate
not to dwell on aiieli-iit historv when
remlniled ol his firs, conviction hi
1881, and said lhat he had the highest opinion ol thc legal talegl of
otlier resident magistral** who -inclined lo convict ua similar evidence.
There was just a substratum ol
truth, he said, In the poll™ r,s«- The
magistrate convicted him, and ordered him three months imprisonment
from the date ot his arresl,
and Streams Act and Amending Acts
for tiie right to improve the Skook-
umchuck Creek, in East Kootenay,
lor a distance up stream of about
9 (nine) miles Irom its junction
witb the Kootenay River, and to improve the tributaries ol the said
creek, and to remove obstruction**,
from the same and tributaries thereof, and to make same fit for the
driving, sorting, storing, booming
and rafting of lugs, timber, lumber,
rafts and crafts, and also fur the
right to collect tolls thereon.
Tlie lands and waters to lie affectf!
are the said Skookutnehuck Creek and
its tributaries, the lands included in
speoial timber licenses Nns. lniisn.
15178, 15174, 15171, 15172, 15168,
161.31, 16562, 18979, 15175, 15170,
15168, 18561, 18374 and Lots till.'.:!.
6616, 6615. 6021, 6022, 7222, 8155,
Group 1, Kootenay District, and vacant Crown Lands.
Dated at Cranbrouk, B.C.,       this
8th day ot May, A.D. 1008.
W. P. Gurd.
Solicitor tur Itichard .1. ...unwell
6-8t
BAPTIST CIIl'RCH
Anniversary services will bo held
next Sunday and the preacher will
be Rev. D. E. Hall, B.A.( general
missionary, Vancouver. Special
muslo la the evening. A hearty welcome is extended to all. On Monday
evening Rev. II. B. Hall wlll give Ms
famous lecture on Dr. Dmmmond's
poems. A strong turnout ol mem
hers Is requested (or the above services.
.   i   '   ♦	
CORPUS CHRIST.
N  THE    COUNTY    COURT    0¥
EAST   KOOTENAV   lllll.DEN
AT WILMER, II. C.
Between Harold E. Forsier carrying on business under the namo of
tbe Peterborough Trading Company,
plaintiff, anil Charles Estmcrc, tic
fondant.
Take notico that the above named
plaintiff has commenced an action
against you in this Court claiming
to recover judgment against you for
the sum ot 1535.2.., being the amount
of .four promissory notes made by
ymi in his favor and interest thereon,
and 'that an order hus been mad-
providing for the service upon yuu ul
the Summons hy publleatiua o'l this
notice iu lour consecutive issues ol
thc Crunhruok "Herald" newspaper
Ami further take aotlce that the
dispute note herein may be filed with
tlie Registrar ol this Court a
Wilim-r, It. ."., within eight day
after the last publication of tliis
notice.
The dale ol tho first publication of
litis notice is May 28th, 1068,
Hugh Macdonald,
Solicitor lor tbe I'lainlill.
To Charles Estmere,
Above named defendant.        10-lt
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTIHCT OF    SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Catherine Mc
Innis, ol Elkmoutb, B. C, wile ol
Malcolm Mclnnis, of she same place,
intends to apply ior permission to
purchase    the    lollowing    described
Commencing at a post planteil    at
the '. northwest   corner    of Lot 123,
East iKooienay    District, thence east
eighty chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence    west to Lot 6201, then   lollowing   the    bonnHary  line of Lots
6261 aod 4142 and the right ol way
ol the Crows Nest Southern railway
to the point ol commencement,   and
containing 400 acres, more or less.
Catherine Mclnnis, lxicator,
Malcolm Mclnnis, Agent.
Dated Hay 16th, 1908. 9-!tt
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS
Any available Dominion Lands
within lbs Railway licit la Urilisu
Columbia, may be huiuesteaded uj
auy person who is the sole head oi a
laiaiiy, or any male over ls years uf
age, to tbe extent ol oaeipiauei section of 160 acres, mure or .ess.
Eutry must bs made personally ul
the local land olhce lor tue disinci
la which tin land is situate, i.iiii)
by proxy may, however, be made uu
certain conditions by lue latnci,
mother, sou, daughter, broiler in
sisier ul au intending homestead--:'.
The homesteader is required lu pel-
form tbe conditions connected there:
with under one ut the toiluwin*_ yi.iis.
tl) Al least six luuuths' imiusocs
upuu aad cultivation oi the laud in
eacn year Ior three years.
12). II th* lather tor twiner,
i. the lather is deceaseuj, of tin.
bumesteader resides upuu a (aim iu
tne vicinity oi thc land euicieu lui,
thc requirements us to residence uu)
be satisfied by such persua resiuin *,
with the lather or motnei.
UJ. 1. tbs settler bos his permanent residence upon laruiu.g land
owned by him in tne vicinity ul hi.
homestead, the requirements as tu
residence may be satisfied by lenience upoa the said land,
Sii months' notice in writing
should Im given to the Cuuml-wiunei
ul Dominion Lands at Ottawa oi intuition to apply lur patent.
COAL—Cual mining rights may be
leased lor a period oi twtuty-unc
years at an annual rental ol it pel
acre. Not mon than 2,470 sues
shall be leased to one individual ur
company. A royalty at th* rat* ut
live cents pet tun shall he collected on
the u_eKiuiitat.lt coal mined,
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ol tbe Minister ol the Interior
wot
FOR SALE
120 acres ot land, very suitable lot
combined stock and Iruit larm, 2u.i
km* Is first-class bottom land with
■w tailing stream ot excellent
•iter, Bordering on south side ia a
In* lake of about 200 acres, a large
quantity ol opes country, surrounding
suitable lor grailng stock. Some
improvements. Clear title. Enquire "C. S," Herald office.       4-13t
JOHN   W.   WOLF
BOOT,  SHOE ANO
Next Thursday will be the least of
Corpus Christl, but, owing to various
circumstances, this feast will be
celebrated at the Mission with thel
usual ceremonies on Sunday, June OFFICE
mm.
HARNESS  MAKER
,■ Old Shoes Made Maw.
'All Kind, oi Repairing.
Civ* me a call
ARMSTRONO AVE.
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Why Does
THE HERALD'S
Business Grow ?
FY1] HOSE not familiar with
I the facts might well ask
-"*- the question, as it has
been a query to many people how
a weekly paper in a comparatively
small town in the mountains
could do as much business as the
HERALD does.
But the answer is easy.
The HERALD has always endeavored to give the people the
worth of their money, and a little
more if possible. It has published
at great expense an eight page
paper when other publishes in
the Province were content to publish only four pages and ask the
same price that is charged for the
HERALD.
The HERALD has never hesitated at expense to give the people
the news.
For these reasons the HERALD
leads in circulation.
The HERALD has one of the
best equipped job offices in all of
Western Canada, and employs
only artists in the typographical
line. That is why it does such a
large amount of JOB WORK,
and receives orders from Alberta
to Nelson.
As to ADVERTISING, the
HERALD "delivers the goods."
This is evidenced by the crowded
condition of the HERALD'S
columns, where Ads. are printed
from Vancouver to Halifax.
It is easy to see why the
HERALD'S business continues
to grow.
When you want the best of
work, or to advertise in a medic m
that covers the field, or read a
paper that gives the news all the
time, see us.  We can please you.
The Herald Publishing
CO., Limited
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RESOLVED
THAT IT* A MIGHTY COMFORTABLE lEEll-W-q
To KNOW^U HAVE ON THE" PROPER ClOWS
if UE GO To THE PR-OPER- PLACtWf CAN
FEEL SORE WE ARE ALL RIGHT  WE OWE
IT TO OURSELVES To DRESS VJEIL
^ffBr
Summer Clothes Comfort
You'll have clothes comfort this
summer il you wear one oi our
Two-piece Suits.
During the sticky summer days
when every ounce of clothing
seems to weigh a pound, you'll oc
cool and fresh looking In this
featherweight clothing but ours.
Its made in very light Homespuns, Flannels and Worsteds, with
half lining only in the coat.
We have all the Summer models
and would like you to call nnd sec
the laree assortment ol designs
and colors in these lightweight
materials.
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OF COVR-SE, YOU WIJH To (SO To THE PROPER. PLACE
TO WY THE THINfiJ YOU Wl-SH TO WEAR. WE WI-SH
YOU WOULD INQUIRE WHETHER OR NOT OUR .STORE
IJ THE PROPER PLACE TO DEAL. IF YOU KNOW OF
ANYONE WHO DEALJ AT OUR .STORE, AJK THEM
HOW WE TREAT THEM, OR 5ETTER .STILL, COME IN
AND LET VS JHOW YOU THE dOODJ WE CARRY, THE
PRICES WE JELL THEM AT, AND JUDGE FoR YOURSELF. WE BELIEVE WE TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS
RIGHT BECAUSE WE SEE THE SAME FACES SEASON
AFTER SEASON. JUST NOW WE ARE ESPECIALLY
SHOWING   SUMMER  SUITS, RANGING   IN PRICE FROM
$6.00 TO $20.00
Summer Styles and
Fabrics
This Two-piece Suit is just the
thing ior the hot weather that is
belore us.
The trousers are meant to wear
with or without a coat as outing
trousers, and are made to lit the
body comfortably and without a
wrinkle back or front.
The coat hat only a skeleton
lining for coolness sake but will
retain its shape until it is worn out.
Altogether, this suit is just what
is needed lor the hot summer
months.
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED I'P    ABOUT   TIIE PITY
DV ASM Ml t-l KSTIONS OF
MANY PKOPI.K.
AS A FEBNIE LAWYER SEES IT
L. P.   ECKSTEIN   VISITS ORANBROOK AND TIIE DISTRICT
1,. I'. Eckstein, ol Kernie, who Is
. acknowledged  to lie   uue of   the hest
VV. II. Wilson visited Movie on criminal lawyers in the interior,
Wednesday. spent   n duy   in    Cranbrouk and the
Dill pickles nt Campbell & Mann- dislriel Ibis week. Mr. Eckstein has
ing's- lns.ii iu    Cranbrouk   many times hut
Summer is here. Constable Mor- """I '*,sl Tuesday bad never visited
lis has donned liis Katkcc trousers.   , ll» surrounding Mistrlot.     Mr. Bdt-
Wllll*,,,, i',,,ii„ ,„ii v i)„vle ut s"'m- accompanied by a Herald re*
Kort S ,-. • u- re In IV,, iS ves I'resentativc, <ln>V0 ovei* to Fort
. ,*j_, ' CiaiilirueK   vis   M()y|i, *asl    .|-,„,sll.lv     .,,„, (.s|)rt.ssl.,*
"•,"'• ,       , himself as astonished with the lienu-
l.eave vour unlet with as Ior   Pre- tics oi lhe drive.       He said: "This
serving    strawberries.—Campbell
Manning.
Charles Liveslcy, ... Moyie, is In
Cranlirook today.
I.. It. Yates came iu .nun tbe east
on tlu- delayed Kiver today ou his
way liome to Wyeliffe Irom points on
tin. prairie.
Pure looil, nothing but the best.
Careliil attention to lhe smallest
order. Prompt delivery our mul
lues.—Campbell ,-v Manning.
Mi. Kraser, circulation manager »'
.he Nelson Daily News, visited Clan
■brook this week iu the interests ul
his paper.
.loliii   Marshall,   ol kitchener, had
llu- misfortune to have his leg    cut
..ll  by a  passing train lasl       Tile
day.
For smokers, Peterson's t..l..l>. and
ladwe pipes, a largo stock.—Campbell
& Manning.
Mrs. ... Erickson was called to tlio
coast this weok on account ..( the
sickness ul her daughter Florence.
.'has. Cock went to Nelson un Wednesday to attend a meeting uf thu
executive committee ol the Church ol
Kugland synod.
l.aKiinia cigars, tbe best I. [ur -
cigar ua the market.    Suld only   by
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.J
CERTIFICATE      OF      H
MENTS
NOTICE
"BLUE DRAGON" MINERAL
CLAIM, SITUATE IN THE
KORT STEELE MINING DIVISION ill*' I*: \ST KOOTENAY
DISTRICT.
WHERE LOCATED: LIKE CREEK
Tako notice that James 11. King,'.
Free Minora Cortidoate, Nn. n.ii:.l_*
Intend, sixty days Irom the dale
hercol, to apply lu tho Mining He !
miller for ,t l.'ellitieale uf linprov*-
mclils, lui llie purpose ol obtaining a
Crnwn Grant ut the above claim.      i
Ami further Lula* notice, that ac-i
lion, under Section ill, must be com-*
iiii-iiccil birfuie tbu issuance of such j
Certificate ul Improvements.
Dated this Oth day of Juno, A. I). I
11108.
James 11. King, ,
per William Tarrant '♦    lie malm
(F. Jt. C, 1..B0.0' I
12-01. his Agent. I
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
11 ..mi*, willi Baths;   'Phone lu
every room
Hit ice. Simp on llu- premises,
Thoroughly up-tu-.lale.
I
Kales, $2 (KI a day and up.
.IEO, I'. WKI.1.8, Proprietor
li   TiiMKIN', Manager
GRITS ANNIHILATED
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lbe Dray-mas ahorcpnoil.
promptly le orders
THAT IS WORDEN
MINERAL ACT
.Form F.)
CERTIFICATE      OF      IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
SILVER BELL, BLACK HILL,
VANKEE GIRL. FRACTION,
TARRANT, li. C, WASP,
FRACTIONAL, MINERAL
CLAIMS SITUATE IN THE
KORT STEELE MINING DIVISION (IF EAST KOOTENAY.
WHERE LOCATED; LIKE CHEEK
Take   notice    that   .lames Angus,
I*'  Miners    Certilicatc No.  ll.liOHn,
anil William Tarrant, Fret* Millers
I'l'ililieale Mo. 11,6000, inlend, sixty
days from the date hereof tu apply
lu Hi.* Mining Recorder fur Certili*
cal-os uf Improvements fur lhe purpose "i obtaining Crown Grants ol
iln* above claims,
And further ta'ii* notico tlml notion
i Section :i" must he commenced
•a Iln* issuance ul such Certificate
nlii'iveiiients.
led  lliis Htli dav uf .I.m.-,  A.  D.
.*i,ili.,*
1 nil kiii'l.
TRANSFER BUSINESS
AM, MUV.N.l PIANOS
If .run • nn. yi.ui* Fiirnltiouliiovml
ftlf'-lv. V..I1 lind ln-lll'I*i*illl ll).
IVilltliEN
II .NII..KSTIIKI1B-.T ul* l.l.l.
Also -ieilven, SUUAI. .llr i'i Irom
ilii-i*,'ll,ii'r> Ilir ngli 1 li-.wlinli.*
*-iil,< p"i,[il<* ,„ tin- rt'.lill
trade
TKl.Kl'll.lNl. HO
nlil,*,* in rranhrnnt llulel Black
W. E. WORDEN
■ CRANBROOKI-ERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE |
iiii.i.
hei.
uf I
1>.
1 ims
• lollies Angus,
William Tanai
MINERAL  AIT
(Form f.)
CERTIFICATE     OF
MENTS
NOTICE
IMPROVE-
III.IK III I.l. FUNCTION MINED M.
CLAIM, SITUATE IN THE
FORT STEELE MINIMI HI-
\ IsniN OF EAST KOOTEN IV
DISTRICT.
WHERE   LOCATED:—NEAR  111 I.l.
L'l. El! ON FF.NWICK
MOUNTAIN.
Take nol lei- Hint I, James A. Harvey,  F.M C.   No.   1.180, acting        as
ngenl foi  .1 es T.     Uldlaw,  Free
Miner's CertlOcnte Nu. 0358, intend,
sixty ilnvs from dale hereot, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certilicatc uf iinpruvemeiits, lor the
liiirpusp uf ohtniiilng a Cruwn Grant
i*f Hi.* nliovc claim.
And further tn-ko notico Unit    au-.
Hon, iuul,-i section :i". must In
mi-inril beliire the issuance ul
t Vrl i Ilia ii* uf Improvements.
Dnled Ihis mill dav ul .Imn*.
1008.
12-01 .Limes A. Ilarve
■ cum-
siu-h
Al)
Pinsiilont
t-'ectetnry:
T, 8. llm.
Gbokiis Asiiwoktii
.'oi Inforniatloii regarding lands
\ and  agriculture   siiplv   tu the j
, Secretary, Craubiook, li. C.
Cranbrook
Livery  *&
Teams snd driven fnrnl.hed fur sn
puiul lo the district
A. DOYI.E. M»na»e.
BRITISH BI'DGET
Tin- fi.lloiviug is a brief summary
,d tin* British luSlget*.
The total revenue lor the lasi year
was tl"-.i,',:.K,lllin, showing an increase OVOt   the est illln led ai nt ui
63,103,0(10; and lhe actual expenditure totalled £151,812,000, or £1190,-
iinn less than Uie estimated amount,
giv'ing n surplus of ci,72.1,iiiiii.
Km* Uu* current (liiauelnl vear Uie
expenditure wns estimated nl £153,-
800,(HM), and the revenue un Hie pre
sent basis ol taxation, £157,770,000,
shuvviiiir a surplus uf u.'.iul.null.
li'uiiliiiued [rum page une.)
Pii-scutl—G. H. Pbaraut, Con.; C.
.1. Lahrosse, Lib. Pharant elected
bv over 3110. Last election Lib. by
1.'
Prince Edward—It. A. Norman,
i.'un.; \V. P. Niles, lnd. Con. Norinau
elected by 05. Last election Lib. by
5, a Conservative gain.
Rainy River ot Fort Francis—W.
A. Preston, Con.; 11. M. Kennedy,
Lib. Preston probably elected by
HM..     New constituency.
lti-iiltrw North—A. Norris, Con.';
N. Reid, Lib. Reid elected by
llmi. Last election Con. by 1.37.
j Renfrew South-T. W. McGarry,
M'im.; ... G. Connolly, Lib. Mellaril elected liv 120. Last election Con.
by 110.
Russell—W. Ttiievergc, Con.; D.
Rachitic, Lib. Rachiue elected by
lullli.   Lust election Lib. by 820,
Saul! Ste. Maric-W. II. Hearst,
Con.; C. N. Smith,' Lib. Hearst
elected by 232. Last election Lib. by
110.
Kinetic Center—A. B. Thompson,
Con.; R. Graham, Lib. Thompson
elected by small majority. Last
i-.ectkin Con. by 558;
Siracue East—,1. 1. F. Hart, Con ,
.1. B. Tudhupe, Lib. Tudhope elect--
ed hy 25. Last election Lib. by
2-13.
Simcuc Wcst-J. S. Dun, Con.-, J.
A. Akitt, Lib. Dull elected by 000
Last election Con. by 08H.
Simcoc South—Alex. Ferguson,
Cun.; by acclamation. New constituency.
Stormont—I. C. Milllgan. Con.; W.
... McCart, Lib. McCart eleotdd.
Ltwt election Con. by 37.
Sturgeon Falls—A. O. Auhiii, Con.*,
A. Limoges, Lib. Aubln elected by
til.    Lasl election Con. by 451.
Sudbury--Hon. F. Cochrane, Con.;
C. V. Price, Lib. Cochrane elected
by Mil..    New constituency.
Temisknining— It. Shillingtou, Con
A. A. MoKelvie, Lib.; A. L. Botley,
Soc.      Shitlingtou leading, hut    re
suit in doubt.    New constituency.
Toronto Kast A.—Hon. Dr. Pyne,
Con.; .1. W. Bruce, Lab.; W. G.
(.rubble, Soc.
Toronto East
sides, Con., W.
A. Drury,   Sue.
sides, Con., elected.
Con. by 11373.
Toronto Smith A.—Hon. J. J.
Koy, Con.; J. II. Kennedy, Labor;
W. ... Brabble, Soc,
Toronto South 11.—G. II. Goodt-r*
ham. Cunt ... E. Gibbard, Lib.;   L.
nillei,  Soc.     Foy and (luoderliam
Wellaiid—E. E. Fraser, Con.; F.
W. Sutherland. Lib. Fraser elected
by "Oil.    Last election Con. by 201.
Wellington East—I. .1. Craig, Cun;
A. McKiiuion, Lib. J. Craig elected.     Last election Con. hy 172.
Wellington .South—I. P. Downey,
Cun.; A. w. Tyson, Lib.; II. Peters,
Sue. Downey oleelod hv 521. Last
election Cun. by 282.
Wentworth North—G. C. Wilson,
Cm.; ... Brant, lnd., C. Collins, lnd,
R. A. Thompson, Lib. Wilson elected hv aim. Last election Lib. by
128.
Wentworth Suuth—T. C. Regan,
Cun.; B. Reed, Lib. Reed elected hy
.3.    Last election Lib. by 221.
York East—A. McCowan, Con.; J.
W. Curry, Lib. Currv elected by
iuu.     Last elcotlon Con.' by  120.
Yolk North—T. II, Lennox, Cun.;
W. T. ■luhiisoii, Lib. Lennox electod
bv lllll.     Last election Cm. bv 2H8.
Vurk West—Dr. Godfrey, Con.; G.
W. Verral, Lib. Godlrev elected bv
.inn.    Last election Con. by 1148.
QUEBEC
Liberals  10
Conservatives  15
Nationalists  3
Nu returns   8
Yet to vote  2
B.-F. it.      White-
F. Bryans, Lib.; E.
Pyne and White-
Last election
Last
Cnw
.ib„ .1
Briggs,
RI:AD THE HERALD
FOR SALE.
358 acres of land, well adapted (nr
Unit raising; all fenced; inn inches ol
waler and creek runnin* tluuiigh the
property: small two roomed cottage
.a place.
Fur terms apply to V. Hyde Baker.
ll-2t Last election Con
elected by a large majority
cits-lion Cun. hy 3072.
Turoiitn West A.—Hon. T
lord, Con.; ... (.. Miles.
Ilimitr. lnd. Lib.; .1. M.
Sue. P. Thompson, Soo,
Tu lu   West     I..-A. W. Wright
Iml. Con.; W. D. MrPherson, Con.
• I. II Hay, Lib.; .1. P. Gardner,
Labor; F. A. Frost, Sue. Crawlord
and McPherson elected by large
majority. Las. election Con. hy
3223.
Toronlo N,,rlh A.-W. K. Mc-
Naiiglil, Con.; VV. .1. Hevey, Labur;
.1. Linihila, Labor; F. A- Frost. Sue
Toronto North I..—John Shaw,
Cun.; D. C. Unssack, Lib.; .1. Simp
sun, Sue. McNaught and Shaw,
Culls, elected. Last election Con.
hv 1185.
'Victoria East—J. ll. Carnegie,
Con.; bv acclamation, Last election
Con, by 1081.
Victoria West-S. .1. Fox, Con.; T.
Stewart, Lib.; W. A. Goodwin, Sue,
Fox elected bv 100. Last election
Cm. by 138.
Waterloo North—Dr. Lackner, Con.;
II. Rat/., Lib.; II. Martin, Sue. Lackner, elected by 500. Last election
Cm. by 361.
Waterloo South—O. Pattiaion,
foil.; W. Wagner, Lib. Pattinson
cleoted bv 800. Lust election Con.
liv 443.
'Wellington West—,1. Tucker,   Con.;
J. McEwing, Lib.    McEwing elected,
by 224.
Total
QUEBEC RETURNS
In Iho Quebec province there are
71 constituencies, and returns aro
given in til, thu name uf the winning
candidate being given in each instance. Eight constituencies
main lu be heard (rum and two elections are yet to he held. According
to tin- returns the figures arc: Liberals, 19; Conservatives, 12; National*
Isls, 3, no returns, 8; yet to come
2, total, 71. The Associated Pross
summary gives .8 Liberals, 15 Conservatives and 3 Nationalists.
Argent-still—Weir, Lib.
Aiiliabaska—Tourignv, Lib.
Hagiit—Dalgnault, Lib.
Beauee—Godbout, Lib.
Bcaultarnois— Plants, Con.
Bi-lleebasc—Turgeon, Lib.
Beri bier—Lalontaine, Lib.
BanavBiture—Kelly, Lib.
Brume—Villas, Lib.
Cliuiuhly—Pcrrault, Lib.
Cliamplain—Neault, Lib.
Charlevoix—D'Auteuil, Con.
Chateauquay—Dcrosicrs, Con.
Chicuutiini—Election delayed [ur
two weeks.
Compton—G-iard, Con.
Two Mountains—Sauve, Con.
IHircliester—Morisette, Lib.
Drummund—Lalerte, l.fb,
Uaspc— Election delayed lor two
weeks
Hi.-lii-laga—No returns*.
llmuiiigilun-W. II Walker, Lib., by
acci iiiiiii Mon.
Iheriillt—.1. A. llenoit, Lib., by
000.
I.es de In Madeliene—No returns.
• laci-ues Curlier—Ciinsini'iiu, Con.
.luliilte-Ti-lHer, Con.
Kiiiiiinnriiskn—Hon. Roy, Lib
Lake St. John-Block, Lib.
Lapialrle— No returns.
L'Assiimpt.on-PapIn, Nat.
Laial—Levesipie, Lib., by latest
count elected by 17, deleaving Le-
hliine, Con.
Lcvlii-Bloilin, Lib.
L'lslet—Caron, Lib.
I.utbiiiiere—No returns.
Music inoiigc— La Fontaine, Cun.
Mnl.uie—Donat Caron, Lib., by 250,
.Megan.ic—Pennington, Con.
Mississiquoi—Gosselin, Lib.
Munlelam—Bissonnettc, Lib.
Miinimngnv—I.avcrgne, lnd. Nut.,
bv 200.
Montmorency—Tnschcreau,  Lib.
Montreal—1, St. Marie, Lacomlie,
Lib.; a, St. Louis, I.anglois, Lib.; 3,
SI. Jacques, Bourassa, Nat.; I, St.
.awrenee. Dr.   Fitmie, Lib.; 5,   St.
Quebec East—Let oureau, Con.
Quebec West—Kaine, Lib., bv 108.
Quebec County—Pelage, Lib.
Richelieu—Carilin, Lib., by 500.
Richmond—P. S. ... Mackenzie,
Lib., by acclamation.
Rimuuski—D'Anjou, Lib.
Ruiivilli—Girnrii, Lib.
SI. Ilyacintlle—Murili, Lib., by 1
majority.
St. Jean—Mart-band. Lib., by 2.10.
Saint Maurice—Delisle, Lib.
Saint Suuveiir—Dr. Cote, Lib., by
acclamation.
Shallow!—Bernard, Con.
Sherbrouki—Dr. P. Polletier, Lib.,
by acclamation,
Sulllnnges—Moiisseaii,  Lib.
stanstend—Itessunelte, Lib., bv
.'.Oil.
Temiscimatn—Dion, Lib.
Terrebonne—Prevost, Lib.
Three Rivers—Tessier. Lib., bv 800.
Ynudreuill-Pilon, Lib.
Verchcros—No returns.
Wolfe—Tanguay, Lib.
Vamiiska—Oueiette,  Lib.
IRRIGATED FRUIT LANDS
Anionic, Ouiilt, Con,; 0,  St. Ann's
Walsh, Lib.
Napierville-No returns.
Nieulet—Devlin, Lib.
Ottawa—No returns.
Pont lac—No returns.
Portneitl—Premier Ootiln
Beale ,fc Elwcll are now uttering Ior
sale choice live acre blocks about
three-quarters of a mile south Irom
the Cranlirook post office. They are
suitable Ior general market gardening
anil fruit growing. Apple trees
planted next season will be bearing in
live years, when these lands will be
earning au income irom apples alone,
with a minimum ol cost, ln the
meanwhile, these lands will cam
large profits Irom small fruits and
vegetables. The distance Irom thc
city is just right, the soil is first-
class, the ground slopes in the right
Hiiit*Hun, and every portion of the
land can lie Irrigated from St. Joseph's creek. This is a great opportunity tor any who intend tu make
Cranbrouk their home. Considering
the proximity to so pleasant a city
as Crnnbrook, where schooling nnil
professional attendance uf the best
quality can lie obtained in all
branches, Hie price ol one hundred
dollars |s*r acre is certainly most
reasonable, especially when' you take
into consideration the lad 'ol each-
Mock In-ing irrigated, so that, your
crops will never sulTer trom drought.
Then- will be plenty ol water tor all.
In placing these irrigated lands upun
the market the prosperity ol our city
is greatly augmented, each live acre
block will represent a lamily, roughly
speaking, cacti lamily will in- self-
supporting, -will spend their money in
Cranbrook, will have produce lor
sale in Cranbruiik, will tend. to
made living cheaper in Cranhrook,
will iiicriiisc uur policial ion, so that
11 is to the interest ol every citizen
uf Cranhrook ill unable lo occupy a
block, to he.p tu settle un these
lands and gel 'he right klml ol people
on tu them.     Tile speculator is   nut
n.isl, .or .hese lands, hut the
buna lidi- smalt farmer who will
lake Iiniii and improve his propcrly
frutii Ihe turn louse. To people (il
this class Beule A Klwell are able
lu offer especially easy terms upon
these lands.
A GREAT COMPETITION
The Nelsnn Daily News has a very
novel competition on hand just now.
insists    ul   tillering free a ten
Campliell A*
Manning.
 *	
BASEBALL
I. I- I
was tlie
A N   spells Lucan.
roolers    cry when
It
days' trip to the Dominion Fair at
Cnlgary to one voting lady In the
three districts ui the Boundary, West
Kootenay ami East Kootenay, The
matter is Iieing decided by a popular
vote nf subscribers, A one month's
subscription to the News entitles the
voter lo lifty votes and a year's subscription to 100.1. The trip includes
tree transportation, berths on the
train, free entrance to the grounds
,ind $3 a day expense money.
Lib.,
Quebec Center—Robitalllc, Lib.
A BARGAIN
I   Five acres of  fruit land, one   raito
liy of town.    WiU sjf.ll cheap lor     cash.
Address   "'C.   B,"  care ot      Herald
ufflee. U-at*
Tlii
»'ily'
liullitis got into the box lust mglil
aml pitched f»»r the Crunbr-mik lit*el
versus the Tosmopolit-an. lt was a
great game. Kverybody knew every
liody elw ami the result was a good
time. Of course, because tlie Cos
ttiopolitan was beaten, V.. II. Small
lias cut down tbe bill of fare to fish
a n.l apple pie, but the boys don't
mind that, lt was a iftxtd game
anyway. Both teams distiiiftuishcl
t hemselve.s in various ways. Kor
the Cranbrook Wm. Rollins mad.
stnr pitcher, liis drops and in-curvt's
(in//.ling even such experienced batsman as F. \\. Kcoves and W. Laidlaw.        The lineup   was as follows:
Ft.r the Cranbrouk hotel; Charles
Ward acted as manager, William Wilmot was captain ai*I played 3rd
base, William Rollins, of Ulcan, was
pitcher, W. lla'l catcher, (!. Sutherland 1st base. .1. McSweyn 2ml base
W. Laidlaw, short stop, .1. P. Fink
right tiebl. W, KM/., center field, T
C.  Phillips, left  field.
For tlu; Cosmopolitan—F. \\
Reeves was manager and pitched tor
tlie lirst intiiiifis, W. Mclnnis was
catcher. <>. Jorg-ensen was pitcher
during the name except - for tin* lirst
Inninn, W. Reynolds was on second
bade, It. K, Kni_clit third base
Moore lett lield, .1. N. McArllmr
center field, .1. C IMdgcoii, (late ot
the South Boston team) right field,
Alex. Ingram short stop, Archie F.l
well spare man.
U. Sullivan mad.' an excellent empire, though he was roasted a Rood
deal liv the rooters.
As for the result, well, the Cran
brook v.i'ii wilh a score ot 21! to 11.
But t;. 11. Small, although defeated
was still game and challmgi-d the
Cranbrouk for another game later on,
The Royal hotel challenged thc
winners tu a game for next Wednesday night
The feature of the evening was the
collection for llie Cranbrook band,
wgich headed the procession Ior tltc
march to the scene of battle. The
collection amounted to S31.50,
The band wish to express        t licit
thanks tor this contribution which
quite a help to the organization.
Two C. P. It. teams plaved
friendly game of ball yesterday after-
noun. One team was captained by
O. R. MeFarlanc, and thc other by
G. Sullivan. After a good game the
score stood 27 to 21 iu lavor of the
MeFadane boys,
The standing of the three teams ot
the Cranbrook league at present is as
follows:
Played Won Lost P.C
Independents 6     4     2      .667
C.  P.  R 5      3      2      .6(10
Town  5     1      4      .200
MKTHOIHST CHURCH
.lone 11th.
Morning service nt 11.
.Sunday school ami Bible class at ft,
Kvening service at l.'Mi, Subjivt
for discourse: "The Books Were
Opened."
Tuesday—League meeting at ft.
Literary evening.     Mssavs.
Widin'Siliiv—Lawn social at Hie par-
sotiage nt 8.
The gym ii as lum is now open two
lights in onoh week, M oil davs \\ne
Thursday at 7. All are welcome to
the use of the lloor.
FOOTBALL
I.a st* Monday the I'nilcd learn
(dityed the Rovers a strong game of
association football, wlirtch resulted
in a win (or the Rovers with a seorc
of I to I. This evening the Reavers
are playing the UoverK.
»
THK  FIRST STRAWRKRRV
Lady Sil olio l»ouglns, of King
Creek raiu-'i, Creston, sent tin* Herald the liist strawbiTiv of the season mi the nth. The berry, which is
a big one. is fully ripe ami came
from thc plantation ot Richard Hood,
of Creston.
I
DIED
This morning, at the homo ot her
daughter, Mrs. S. R. McLean, Mrs,
■S. Langham. Mrs. Langham has
been spendittg some time In Cranbrook with her daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. McLean.
She had been ailing for some weeks
past and although sudden, her demise
wns not unexpected. T^e rematos
will be taken to Gait, Ontario, tomorrow (Friday) where the interment will take place. J. H. Mclean
and S. R. McLean will accompany the
body to Ontario.
part of the distiict should lie more
fully advertised, People iu our part
if lhe country don't know what yon
have got here iu the' way of scenic
beauty, Fort, Steele is one of the
most beautiful spots I have seen in
British Columbia, and, miiid you, I
native son of the province and
have lived in it all my life." The
Mission was visited and the Kcrnie
visitor looked over lhe orchards and
fields id that beaulitul ranch, ami remarked: "I have often wondered
What kept Ciaiihrook going, to he
holiest, I never understood it unlit
now, but 1 can see that tlie natural
resources of this district are suili
cicut to support a much larger town
than Cranbrook now is ami there is
no question iu my mind but that
ji.ui "Beautiful Cranbrook'1 ami your
•'Italian.! Belt'" are among the must
beautiful beauty spots in the province.
POPULARITY SPELLS SLCCUSN.
There must be a reason why tho
Kilties baud has heen able to toot
successfully and continuously lor
eight years, and there is:
It is a record achieved by no other
baud in the world's history. Even
the March King Sousa has only
toured at intervals.
It proves that band music only-
even the best will not suffice tor continuous success under all conditions,
and in the picturesque Tartans, the
stalwart bare-kneed Scots, headed hy
two giant drum majors, and inspk.il
hv thc irresistible hag pipes, and the
wild slogans of the Clans, is tound
the spell.
Add to that one of the greatest
concert features of the world, the unsurpassed dancers of all nations, the
champion piper of the world, sobisl
of renown and a male choir of tweu-
tv trained voices, and the result is
clear as to why the Kilties continue
their tours', year in and year out an.l
are greeted hy unbounded enthusiasm
everywhere. This organization will
appear ut the new opera house en
.lune 30th.
SINGLE FARE RATES TO CRANHROOK
Arrangements have beeu made to
give single tare rates to Cranbrook
for the Kiliies band concert. The
people of the district should take Advantage of this opportunity. Don't
forget the date, June 30th.
TIIE KILTIES BAND
The merchants of Craubrook have
agreed to close their stores on Tuesday, thi' .'tilth of June, at 9 o'clock,
so that all the peoplo may have the
opportunity of attending the concert
to bu given by the Kiliies band, and
it is agreed that the band will uot
open their programme until that
time.
THE REBEKAHS  ELECT OKFI-
CERS
At a meet ing of the Maple Leaf
Rebekah lodge held last evening the
following officers were elected:
Noble grand-Mis. T. S. Gill.
Vice-Grand—Mrs.  F.  E.  Simpson.
Financial Secretary—Mrs. 11. Y.
Parker.
Recording Secretary—Miss I*.
goine.
Treasurer—Miss .lean Kerr.
Uour -
A SECOND WIN
Signorinelte
as the Berbv.
for a filly.
won the Oaks as well
This is glory enough
NOTICE
l.ee Ha-.ee and Chiug On have disposed of their share in the husiness
thev have had to Dan Yuen, Tong
Bros., on -lune 30th, cms, and win
conduct the business under the new
name, and solicit the patronage of
all old customers and all new ones.
t2-2t*
 1	
FREE    SCHOOL BOOKS
The provincial department of education has provided the maoldnery tor
giving the children going to thc public schools free lexthooks, and to
that end is circularizing those in
charge of schools enclosing the list
of books supplied together with the
necessary application tonus, mid directions tor their use. These circulars will be sent mil in the near future so tbat upon the reassembling
f school afler the h.didavs there
will be no difficulty in providing Ihe
schools with the tiialerials iietYSttaiv.
The books to be siippli-iil are
Teacher's nvonl bonk ol Im* texts,
principal's record book of hit' texts,
for graded school only, first primer,
supplementary primer, second primer,
iisl> icadet, second reader, llm,I
reader, fourth reader, Milne's arilb
melir, book I, not for use Imlow second reader, Milne's arithmetic, hook
II.; Milne's arithmetic, book HI';
copybook- No. I; copybook, No. 2,
npybonk, No. I; copybook, No. "i,
'opyhook, No. U, copybook. No. tt;
copybook, No. (I; exercise book, No.
I, ruUsl scribbler, pen and pencil, No,
plain scribbler, pen and pencil, No.
plain scribbler, pencil, No.  I.
BRAIN LEAKS
The
Power.
(Selected.)
'water wagon" is run by Will
"Bad Luck" gets the blame for    u
lot of laziness.
Compromising with sin is accepting
wage from Satan,
Fight tbe devil with water—fire   is
his favorite weapon.
Having laith In Ortl means having
faith in your fellows.
	
mimmm
MHH

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