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THE CRAiN BROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   10
(1BANKIIOOK.   BIHTISII  COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,  AUGUST   J:!.   I!I07
NUMBER   23
ADVKUTISIM.  IN  THIS PAPJSTt  COSTS   YOl    NOTHING,   AS IT ALWAYS KltlM.S VOU SOMETHING.
HEAD OWCH TOUONTU
1. I. WALUM, PI..U..I
ALEX. LAUD, On.nl M.iian,r
A. H. IHELAND, 8up.rtot.oi.Mil „.
Brooch..
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
tMlllllSUHi IMT
PaW up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, -  113,000,000
Branches throughout Canada. aSlaJh* «oite«l States and Eaclu'
A GENERAL HANKINfl BUSINESS TRANSACTED
0OMMIR0.AI. »»" ' «"«''"" <•"'' " ""KOUNriDI
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
tlcposlu ol $1 uiiJ upwArd, rwMlvml, ami InWrcal allowad at
euil-.u. ralM. T">« de|"-i''.r l» *u»\«* I" ><•> a'tmf WfcaliWf m
the withdrawal ol llie Whola or miy portion ol Ihe deport.
Cranbrook Branch.     -      P. C. MAI.PAS, Manager
A Branch ol this Bank has been opened at
CRESTON      -      =      B. C.
"APPALLING DISASTER
MANY KILLED AND INJURED"
8:1,000.00 in case of Death.
s I ,">....) per week for all kinds oi Accidents.
For Ihe small sunt oi
Twenty-five  Cents
I'he protection is mi cheap that none can allord to
he without it.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate CRANBROOK, B. C. Insuraiite
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• .Insl ifff.flfi flii|.ni,'iil of
" DR. WILLIAMS' FLY AND INSECT DESTROYER
I lit (Hits an.I Kite:
tl ic u Liquid Com poll lul iliui mil ll
t si- ii iiii your fni tie mul Hogs.
Use it nlHiiii youi- I'litiltry lloiit-pi*.
It ik guaranteed Li ptoieci  llr-rafflr tmd  Cuttle Iron
veiiiiin. in   kill   Lice on  Oilttlo und   llOjtrt
House Vermin; to eradicate Bed I'
hold I't'-if* when until according in i
tlii'H   HU.I
exterminate Poultry
Cockroaches and like house*
Put up In 75c. and $1.50 puUntetl screw top tins
C. E. REID <& CO.
TH8
UHlllll.lSTS
I'MiiXH 7. Liapensinx I. our specially
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THE EYES
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noiiR.nn.lv In n.i' wliil. nwftke, -
w„ik, nnil the must ilellcatu <>i m
itmiy wnnilor flint tli.-v Boiiiotiiiit-.
if V..I1 BIHllOOl .lull v.,111 11)	
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irlunacs correctly, nn.l I'linrge yon it
nl.) l.n,.
ilely, li
nlcra.o pii.
W. H. WILSON,
Jeweler and
Urtuliitvle   Optic.nn
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PHONE St. — ''
wzov^J^I
We handle mil) IIII: BEST
PANCV ANO STAPLE OROCEI'IES
 KrcM
Only lhc Choice*. Lines
1: ri: \,-l, l:s. iMtln-r	
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CAMPBELL & MANNING
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A Good Clock
Is a 1 uithful l-rictid
«f ll.ll.fl  flllli.f Mflffli, f  llllllli.
  MANTKI, ri.ni'KX.  lliuivfiil
• l.-iuii. 111 III I.T ti llll, ll.l . MISSION
uiu. * KSTMINHTHK ehhlinfl.
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WM F.TATE
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"THK JEWELER"
I      illllrinl IViil.li hl.pMtor l„rt:..'. It.
Crnwa Neat .'na Dlvlaluu
JOE MARAP0DI
SHOE SHOP
lt(>|«iriit|{ it Sneeinlty
Aikeim liloek, Crimlirouk
WANTKD-I'osltion in ofllt-e by
iiiiiiiH-tciit tnnn. Oood .references.
Apply to A.   J. Morgan, tinnbrook,
a, 0, it
ON LA HOIt DAY
BASEBALL
CRESTON CAME AND WAS CONQUERED—THE    LOCAL GAME
STILL 1'HIKIItKSSINfl
Pot suine lime    Qeorgo Mead,    ol
ros.on, 1ms li.ul tti,. opuilon that bo
mill Bet up .111 nggrennUon In   that
town llm. could hiui .iuvIIiuk'. in the
way ol hull     players In  this     town.
Mis partner, ... ... Mornn, lohl   him
I ll.l I   In- sli.uilil mil  get .,1,1 gay,  anil
"Sammy" S|h,.|s, who lias BOCT.   Iiii-
I'latiliniiik buys play hall. ,,n,-nsl    n
Utile ndvlce, (nil Mr. M.-ail sai,l ihal
he knew what liis In.vs could do   ami
last    Tlilllsiluv Ihey nii-l on llm loonl
iiiiiiIs.     The lli'lalil does  net   pro-
inise Iii leil tin. story, for Hm Crcston .toys an- as tine a Inl of spoils as
liase.l al.iiiml a ilialiinuli.    The)'
|iu. ii|i a H.....I gjime id hall, hul     it
Was   mil   Rood  flHiiuvti   fn  defeat     thu
Cranlirook condHtiatioti, us the soorc
luml ir, .„ II. It was u eif.il game,
mil  Ihcl'P wns no. a  word of     rnm-
siilv. This rather cheeked plans, and
aa Uiu company's only Idea i" lmilrt-
Iiik lhc road was to dovolop tln-ir
other holdings it was thought advisable i" try ami sell t" Uie C. P. K
Tho route is from Holdon to a polnl
on Hie Crows Ni*t Pass Iim-, ahoul
17.*,   inil.-s      altogether.       li   wms
iiiioiutl .f the    prettlc I, rlctiost
ami musl teiMlo valleys lu I.iiiisli
Columbia, ami without a road. Hun-
ili.-.ls of thousands of dollar, worth
. t 1 iiib.-f stand undeveloped Then,
arc also wealthy mineral deposits ami
n is said tin- fann and fruit lands arc
llu- very beat.    Th ■ construction    ol
llm lillf hv lhe C.  I'. Ii. Would add a
valuable branch .md give relief In the
LIBERAL MEETINGS
Cl
Ne
Iiu
Ih
i n.i v
ollifl
nol if
> I .. l.n
Mr, Ifarvei
Pollen was
ir-iirost-n.nl
while ih.[,.
ipi>
tier ,,1 |u a-
company     lin
holdintrs Uipv w
to   fill)'        Willi.
1 iinffiiiifiif ni,.
ilovclono
vcrv few hnve an
Dcmils when see
initliiliL. new nnv
i.ui a  lew davs 1
I ll.l
id    11.,
■IIII.I." Kill.I.INS |\- THE SOUTH
■ports received
Rollins is having ;
llns
I .-ft   llm eity.
ai ibe   Unrrln
f   llm   Herald
to   discuss     lhc
..   ,...,1 H1ra11.l1 Hm
plain, on    ellhcr side.       Hul  Mend Ice, iYA nol sec his wny clcli I,
was not salislied.       I. he had tcic- lull Ihal he was hern seclne Ur
graniied Moran In. wnuld have rcceiv-lnls fnr the nurpose ol maliiif a
si some ensl    advice,     Hut he did |Mi. Pollen, however, said li
mil do thai.      On Hie contrary    he Hi? mail w..u
Induced the boys to slay over io set one    for    the    C. P. It
lltisfaelion. Let us drawn (town
the curtain. Let us nol snv n wind.
Poor fleorec. lie played lhe second
gllllie. What was llie score'. Ilnn-
i-sllv. now, wnuld il no. lie belter In
pass Hie whole mallei' up and nol
say n  wold.     Mead is a eoml lellow,
ml his shin is not as thick ns sin.,,
leather. And then drink of what
lliey said to him when he icnl homo.
All lll-al we will sav is thai the
seme was 21 In II. Is Ilia, mil
Piinugh? The bovs did all Ihal lliey
'iiuld. They are n line Int.. Xn
hetlrr names were ever put up In llu-
lown, for even- player from Crcslon
gentleman. Hu! the tales were
attains. Ihein. Thai Is nil, Lei Mr
Moran leil lhe rest. Il is Itickv Hint
(ieni'CT Munro is fn Ireland. II was
made easier for lhe boys by Iris ah- ine. uml
sencc. There will be a return sum,.
before long when the Cranhrook Imvs
irn lo Creston. Maybe it. will lie
different then.    Perhaps.
The league games have been nl-
Irnollne a great deal nf Inforest and
there have been three plavetl die nasi
week.     The Town plaved Hie Offices
ml won liv a score of 12 tn S. The
Offices plirvcd llm Clerks and llm lal-
ler won nil I bv a score nt 111 tn I.
Last nighl one of HK. holies! mimes
of Hi-- season wns iilnved between
Hie Shops and Hie Town nml lhe
Town wnn In „ seme nf li |„ ",.
...   i In.
il prnn'-'
i' Ilir
Hill   UP.
Mr.
by a
Cranlu*ook
reslnn
Cmpirc—lal
Crcslon vs
Cranbrnok ....
Creston 	
!'ln|,ile— .la-
THE SCORE
vs. Cranbrook, Auc Ifi
I 2 rt I .i il 7 s n it
    l-r,-ii-t-2-0-n-:t-v—I",
,, .   1-S-8-I 0 11-2 ll 1-11
Hales.
Cranbrnok, Aim. HI
1 2 :. I 5 11 7   It
 .•.-M-1-.-S..-21
 3-0-0-0-O-l-a- B
lla.es.
l)i-n-
a sale.
tl,..,, i;hl
paving
I wnuld
ri.'lmess
,f. Mr.
a     was
mil     a
Last Friday evening llm Liberals nl
I'laiiluook met at ougiuon's Irnll foi
ilie purpose of eieeiing Dlllcera of lhc
I.K'al ossocln'tlon and delegates tu
Vancouver on Uio 2nd nl October. .1.
(i. McCallum occupied Hie chair and
A. 1.. McDcnnot offieiuteil as sccu-
i.u). 'i'he following officers were
elected:
Prctridofrt—George Hoggarth.
Vici-I'rehiilem— T. M. Roberts.
Secretttry-Treasuror—Prcd Small.
Eveeuiivn Committee — .Insejili
lli.iuli, Prank   Angers, Alev. Moftnl,
C. II. I.unliar,  A.    A, .McKiui  T
Holier,  A. L.  Mi'lleriilot, M.  A, Mc-
Donald and John Laurie
I'lie executive weie authorized to
.iLit in Hieii number when ihey deem,
ed il necessary.
Delegates to Die Vancouver convention ware elected as lotlows: 1'. E.
Simpson, It. E. Beattie, 10. II. Small,
and (leorge Hoggarth. Alternates
weie elliiseii as follows: K Angels,
T. M. Roberts, A. L. McDormot and
M. A. McDonald. Dr. King, undei
the terms ol the convention, as a
member will go as A delegate,
A vote uf confidence was passed in
. A. Mai'.loualil, the leader ul lhe
Liberals, uml Dr. .1. II. King, llm
local member.
Rousing talks were made by Dr.
King, M. A. McDonald and others and
Hu* meeting, which was olio ot Hie
l.est ever held iu Hie clly, adjourned,
According I,.
Cranbrook "Hill'
sll'eiuiolls    tlltlU
land seeking iu I
Afler flghtini! Hu
ten streams
minquittn*
was wilh Iii
itv nt Poll
.nil:
.llllllli,
Hollo
in.! through regli
the |i.nly dial
ally arrived in 1
(leorge. On il
■online; tn the
tiled  of
nstruclcd
ml
ninl ry.
I   SU Ill-
fill s ,,(
"lllll"
■ vlcin-
return
report,
tc h.uk rhl-
liimselt    a
Town vs. Offices, Aug. If.
I a s 4 s fi:   H
Town    2 2 ■( 0-l-:.-v-12
Ollin's 3-0-54-0-1-0— S
HmiallT— E.  II.  Small.
Offices vs   Clerks
Hfliccs .
Clerks .
llipile
Auc. :
1 2.1 i
. l-2-ll-l-ll- -I
u 5 1-1-x-lll
I!
rilfl on whieh lie placed ten! ami
oilier camp utensils and then hid
adieu lu his companions (Informing
litem thai lie wnuld patiently await
their arrival in Harkorvillo wilh the
horses) and proceeded down the
turbulent Praser river warbling
"fuddle Vour Own Canoe." According in Hie old savins "Pride
(iocth Before a Pall," bul in this
ease il was More n ducking, as afler
suing nbotri twenty mile, tlm craft
nips zed ami Rollins, afler a narrow
escape frnm drnwning, with difficulty
nseiied his belongings, nnd trumpet!
hack lo die place uf embarkation
only In lind   the camp    deserted ami
his c panlons away uu llm rnad lu
Bnrkerville, distant 88 miles. There
was only une tiling In do. nnd "Bill''
was ibe hoy to do it. and, accnrdilig
lu mn informant-, a few days later a
weary and footsore traveler arrived
in Bnrkerville willi his entire camp
nulflt nn his buck, and as lie passed
along Hie streets was heard murmuring Hint pathetic    poem    nf   S icn
Tliiesilell's "Walks I) n You. Walk."
W.
REID SKI.I.S OCT
21
Simps
Town
rm-.ii.-l-
SlioiK vs. Town, Aug,
1 2 34 5 fi 7   U
.   . o-t-l-O-fl-fW*— f,
1.0-11-0-1-2-2— ti
II. Siittll.
STANDING OK Till-: LEAGUE
■-All
r.
ci.
Shop
i) iti it
.571
.833
,2Sli
'Tit1 f-nmrs iln nnt c
 4	
KOOTENAY CENTRAL WILL BUILD
IT LOOKS     AS     IK     TIIK  HOAI)
WOULD HK IM SI1KD     AHEAD
THIS FALL
ill.'!.-   IS   .
Uml Hit' K
piishril fniu
.1. A. Ilal-
l.'ll  Willi   In
ml uriied oi
'ty reason lo bollovo
itonay CoiUinl will In*
d Hi i.s fall. Lust wee*
and U. Iliingorford I'ol-
'.il!;niy, .md Mi. Hucvoy
Wtiliit'silav.      tu an in-
Tlu* news Hint W. T. Reid lias sold
oul was a surprise to tlie pi'nplt*     nf
Uninlirook, as Mr. Reid is the pioneer
movctm.nl of Ihis oily, and is ono   ot
lhc lirst     Kiii.wii    business men    ot
ihis dislriel.     Mr. Reid lias sold nul
Ms business to    tlie Burns Brolli_rs,
wo "totrllemen wlm have had years uf
xpfi inice in Hip mercantile business
nd have always been a success whei-
ver they have been.     Hoth of     Uio
penUomen lmve carefully looked over
it-brook and the territory and thev
convlnced     that  this is the place
f..r thom lo make a    suceess in business, and in consequence thn*    have
ptirohnsod   the  business of  Mr.   lleid.
The people nf    Cranbrook and    this
distiiet will learn with regret    that
Mr. Reid lias disposed of his business.
Coming first In    Wardner, Ihen open-
in-* a business in Movie, Mr. Reid bus
lain iu tbe front of every movement
that would lend    tn boost Cranbrook
and  promote the  prosperity  ot     the
lown, and be will be sadly" missed in
tliis eily.    The Herald has done bus-
less wiib Mr.  Reid tor many years,
nl voices thr .sentiment of tlie coni-
unily when it    says ih.it It regrets
i    see   bim and his     family leave
Crnnbrook,       Mrs. Reid has always
been prominent In    church and social
irelcs, nnil    much   ol lhe success ol
to musical features of the city have
t..*pii due to her efforts.    The Herald
is pleased to know thai they will remain in  the citv until next    spring,
and when they leave town Uie Herald
wishes litem everv success and  pros-
ncritv.
MARVSVILLE LIBERALS
The Liberals of Maiysville beld a
leetlng last Momlay might tor the
nrposf nf electing otTlcois, seleoting
delegate to Uio Vancouver conven-
loii and    i'he transaction of    other
IISlllPSH.
The following officers weie elected;
President—E. Fltzpatrlck.
Vice I'resideiil-.l.  .1.  Kil/paliick.
Sec.-Treas.-Dr. Collin.
Kvcciilive Committee—W. .1. Allan,
I. Mayes, I'aul Handle)', S. Kceliiin,
I. II. Doyle and (leorge Loniprey.
.1. K. Huchcroft wus elected dote*
sit* to the Vancouver convention
md (leorge Lomprey and K. .1. Clay-
Inn alternates.
\ resolutfou was iinanlmniisly
.dnpied asking W. A. Galllher, M.I'.,
' A, Maeiloiiald, the provincial Icad-
iii-l ,1, II. King, tbe local member,
use Ilieil' best ellnrls to secure a
t to tbis dislrief. of A. P. Rowe,
istant superintendent of Ihu ile-
pnrl'inent of mines.
Another      resolution        protesting
gninsl the present regulations   that
tiiiiiili-d the immigration of Asia
ies, was presented and adopted.
There was a general expression   ol
pproval over the attitude of the
Cranbiook lleralil ou the ipiestion of
ptuiPBo tmm ^ration.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
K'30,000
J4.8*0,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits Irom date ot dt-posit,
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. X
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CARD OF THANKS
I wish fo give expression lo Mie
public for the sympathy extended me
in my late bereavemcnl. To the
Brotherhood ol Locomotive Engineers
who were so ably and efficiently represented, long may they live to
continue their deeds of mercy. To
all who so generously contributed to
llie lloral tributes, and last but not
least to Suiierintendent Erickson.
who gave tip his own comforts, that
the sorrowtul journey to Cranbrook
f the dee--ased's family might be
maito as comfortable as possible.
May Ood in His goodness bestow
n vim all the reward earned Is the
wish ami prayer ot the widow and
orphans.
Mrs. Murgatroyd.
ten lew with tin- lleralil last cveti-
im- Mr. Harvey said that be did nul
go to Calgary on Kootenay Central
business, bul that it was simply a
coincidence Unit ho and Mr. Pollen
happened In go at lhe same lime.
He said Ihal while in Calgary he
saw the solicitors of the C. P. R.,
Messrs. Lnugheed and Bennett, ami
that Ihey Informed bim that the
prospects lur the building of the
Kootenay Contra) were very bright
indeed. ' The Herald telegraphed its
correspondent in Calgary and the following reply was received:
;; SOO RAILROAD LABORERS'
WANTED AT ONCE      ;
At Fernie, B.C., for the Crow's ' '
Nest Southern Ry. Kxtenslon     ] \
;: HIGHEST WAGES  PAID '
Teamsters.  Scraper  ll...l.lei» ami .
Station Men,
' ' b*m> Transportation will bofuriilHlied ' '
by applying tu j'
;;-.A. GUTHRIE & CO.,;;
~ raisin, n c. ,',
Art- vnu on,' uf
Our Customers?
II" nut it will pay you tu be uiu*. We have tin* lar^fst ft.ul
Lost stuck uf l)rit|u*8. Stutiuiu-ry, etc.. in the Kooteuuys.
Buy where vuu
Can Buy Cheapest
iml i;,'l wliut vuu usk fur
Wl-. NKVEk SUBSTITUTE
CM
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WHERE ITPAY5TODEAL
Pabst! Pabst! Pabst!
BEER
Just received u CAR of PABST BOTTLED BEER
The BEER of QUALITY.
di L. McDERMOT
Wholesale Vines, Liquors and Ggirs
CRANBROOK. B. C.       •       •       PHONE 17
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ART
(PICTURES
AND
i PICTURE
■FRAMING
BINNING
THE PHOTOGRAPHER
SUCCESSOR   TO
PREST PHOTO CO.
WE
SPECIALIZE
BRANCHES
OF
NtiOOTIATINfl IN CALGARY
HYDRAUM0 MINING
The wel season Ibis ye.ir has been
vcrv favorable for hydtaiilic mining,
and \. s, Trow-, general mnnager <d
the 1'erty I'rei-I, Hydraulic company,
who was in town on Tuesilav, says
thai the clean un they made this week
was very satisfactory Indeed, and as
a result quite a loi nl Perry Greek
t*ol.l dusl was deposited nl lhe Canadian llanl- of Commerci The principal stiH-kholdeiK of ibis company
live in Lacrosse, Wis., and consist of
Messrs. Boynton, Hollownv, Bright
awl Trow, ' There is no slock on tbe
market, and Ibis eompanv have what
is conceded by mining men a very
rich piece of ground Ihnl will yield
magnificent returns lor those who
own stock iu the company.
FRANK   VANDRCAR   TAKES
OVER THE ROYAL
(Special to the Herald.)
Calgary, Alta., Aug. 21.—Important
negotiations are in progress in tin-
city at present between C. Hunger-
ford Pollen and J. A. Harvey, ot
Cranbrook, B. 0., and Mr. Dennis, of
Hie C. P. R„ wliieli, if success lu I,
will Involve tbe transfer ot Uio charter ot Uie Kootenay Central railway Papers have been prepared by which
to Uie wig corporation. Vice- Frank VanDecar tnltcs over lhe Roval
President Wb^e uiid Mr. Dennis went hnlel trom bis father, L. H. VnnUe-
over tbe route recently and the pre-,car, and rents the huililing Trom bim,
Kent negotiations are tbe issue. The .thus assuming nil responAbility in
charter was granted about four or j thi* future for the hotel business. Tbe
live years ago by Ibe federal house (license will lie transferred as soon
and tlie promoters   .were n syndicate ,ns the necessary arrangements can lie
Spi-ciul I rains will leave Sirdar at
7 a.m., Kcrnie. 7.<IB; Kimberley, MM,
tailing at all lutermedlalfl points. Ue-
lurnlng will leave Cranbrook    about,  , ., ■ .--,,, ,       ,. ,.    ,. ■,,
u..,, .,        . , .. .,„ ,„. ..^..i.jlof Europeans who own large bold ngs inade.    Frank VatiDecar will oirerate
H.30 p.m.     txcutsioi  lales foi iiHinil -of f)in|| a|)(, nr*mill- Xmiis g, uia Koo. the house on his own plans and Ideas
trip will be good going    August .11,   -Mrtiy   valley,       Fnr some reason- nnd    asks for bis   shale of the pait--
Sepl.  1st and     2nd, reluming Sept. [probably financial—the work has not ronnge of Hie town.       He Is paying
3rd,     Full pnrbiculars ot trains and   started and when the eompnny    was lhe biglM'si    wages to his help    and
will he si-iit out to Mie ilitteieiit   prepared lo discuss- active operations will do all In bis power io meet tin
STORE CLOSED ALL  NEXT  WEEK
There are changes
is a CHANGE IN
interest   everyone
in the weather, but there
A BUSINESS which will
(or   some  time  to come.
BURNS BROTHERS
Have purchased the business ol REID & CO.,
of this City, and expect to make their opening;
day on SATURDAY, 31st Inst.     ******
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
1.1 te-.
BURNS BROTHERS RmoTco
REID BLOCK, CRANBROOK, B. C.
Store  Closed All   Next   Week
points not later tlmn Monday next.
H. White, Sec'y.
It he government could not see Us way demands ot    the public lor a    first-
clear to do much in the way of sub* | class hotel. TIIE   URANIlltOOK.   HERALD
•SOCIETY AND ■
PROFESSIONAL CARDS !
OTTAWA.
The iii-w Ninth Star mill here   in
town is as well deserving ot a visit
[liiin the man who knows all    ahoul
mills uml logging as frnm the average
I mini with nvcrage   intclllgeiiec. Hot
Practice Before Kailway Commission ran he  greatly
Murphy * Wisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    and
Patent Ollice Agents.
LOGGING BY GRAVITATION
SCHEME  MIOl'TKI)  HY
NORTH STAR MILL
TUE
•ilv
Charles Murphy.
■ he will
Obksoent Lough Nil. 8H
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, II. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m. at
New Fraternity  Hall.
.1. ll. Henderson, K. ot It. & S.
A. C. Bowness, ('. 0.
Visiting   brethren   cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.P. Key Clly Lodge
No. 12. Meets (Very
JC?"~W Monday night a.
New Kraieniily Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited
Work in the second degree Vug 20lh
1.'. 11. McKay,
Sec'y.
tranliriiok Lodge. No. J,
A. f. S A. M.
Regular meetings on
the third Thursday
ot every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
Edward Klwell, W.M
W. V. Altrldgo, Sec'y.
Cr&nbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at 8
p.m.
Chas. Smith, W.P.
M.   1).   Hillings,  Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
LOYAL ORANGE LODOE, NO. 1S7I
CRANHROOK
Meet at B. ol I.. F. Hall 2nd  and
41b Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
T. Huyter, ..as. E. Larrlgan,
W. M. Sec'y.
W. P. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANHROOK,BRITISH COLUHBI.
***»******************»**~l
C, H. DUNBAR       |
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   J
Public, Etc.
Cranbrook,     -     •    B. C.   |
!-.♦*.********************
I1KS. KINU & tiRBKN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OtBca at ResMenoe, Armstrong Av.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons -
Afternoons
Evenings -
Sundays - ■
CRANHROOK
DR. F. E.KINQ
DENTIST
I'l.irnld Fisher. Jested; ihe luiirbcrmnu, be
— I find u new   application I
itit-i nt nny rate) of old forces, while
the average man will see a highly
iutelligenl adaptation of means in
dellnile ends.
It is both llu* nearest and tbe newest nf nut saw milling conceriis nnd is
entirely modern.
When     lhe   limits   ar nl   the old
Nnilli Star mill, uboul three miles
nnrth  nf  ibe   Kimbetlcy   brunch,   were
nearly exhausted it was decided bv
il,,- owner Mr. .lohn Hnnbury, ot
llraiidon, Mint., to make n mdicnl
change iu the general plan or opcrn-
fii'ii.        Accord inglv a very extensive
pin g  ubiiil      was  creeled  al   Elko
and to ibis polnl is shipped fnr finishing nml export .til the lumbei turned uul at lhe mills ftt .latltay and the
new concern here In Cranbrook--
ihese two latter being lhc successors
nf lhe Nnrlh Slat establishment ami
nuw entirely dismantled, A portion
of Uie machinery used iu lhc old mill
lias been Installed in the new one,
though by far the larger pail is entirely fresh frnm (ho makers. The
"inside uf Hn* building, both root ami
sides, is covered w>'Ah galvanized Iron
as n protection from lire arising from
sparks either from lhe smoke-stacks
ur the burner where the waste is
disposed uf. Th.* machinery flour,
carried in Hush with the ground
level, i.s provided with very ample
head-room for shafting, bells, gears
ami pulleys. Two liiu.li speed en-
nines, coupled abreast, constitute tho
prime mover and ulTord a margin uf
power well in excess of all possible
demands on them. A battery of
three automatic feed boilers, using
mill waste exclusively, furnish power
for the engines, steam nigger and
kicker ami lhe gun-shut feed to log
carriage. A few minutes inspectibn
of the extreme neatness of the engine and boiler room will prove, what
the ear will confirm by the steadiness of the running ot the engines,
Unit this department is in thoroughly
efficient hands wiib Jacob Prudcn,
wlm has been long associated with
the company in the capacity of engineer, in charge, The main lloor,
equipped with 58 inch circular with
lop saw, live rolls, edgcrs, trimmers,
slash and cut-nn saws, gives cinploy-
ii ent to only nine men. showing a
marked economy in labor. Before
the log pond began In fill and while
lhe mill was being run un the "dry"
.system, .1. VY. Win>d nml bis sellers,
li.uiieH Hull and .lack Mclvor-
dai.dy boys hnlb ot tbem on Uu* carriage—cut a steady 12 thousand a
day. Sinee the pond became available lliey have cul 17 thousand nnd
are nnw after the &0 record, In lliis
endeavor thev are well hacked up by
M. II. Ilillie, filer, and P. .1. Dey.eaii
.m.i .leorge Glum, wlm ore in charge
nf Hie trimmers and edgers.
It was n severe disappointment
in the management thai after mi ex-
pendiinre uf over $3,51111 in clearing
nut and embanking ibe log pond, il
was found thai the ground wns su
porous us it* fail tn buld the waler
when liirmd in. The lint I uiu is,
however, gradually growing staunch,
especially around the fool of the jink
ladder where quite a respectable lillle
fleet of logs are now afloat. Or-id-
unllv litis coudilion will extend over
.ill Hie proposed bottom nf the pond
as ihe ground becomes more trampled
wilh tin* heavy teams going back
nltd forth over it nnd the debris ' of
bark, etc., gels more compact wilh
Hie clay. Il is clear now that the
expense gone iu for embanking wil-
not  hnve been  wasted nnd that in a
,,.     ,      parts nf UiU
lWa lhs- ■ inn.y ami
.1 liflv thousand feel a day ca-  trees,        Arms, legs, and feet     were     CKANBROOK  LAM) DISTRICT
Mr.    llaiiliiiiv,   the owner,  cut and amputated wilh neatness and] .
civ extensive Interests Indeed In  dispatch.      Finally,    when   the first DISTRICT   OF   SOUTHERN DIVI
month's eost-of-lnbor sheet was made SION
up it  was found to bo within a    few
dollars of operating Uu* hospital for
the same length ot lime, ami another
unlet-   cancelling   lhe    general order
tvas issued.       Now  when an axeman
s hind bv Uw   0. T. P. officials at
Pr-lnce Rupert he must have papers to
show that he has won lirst or second
money in ti lug chopping contest.     It
pays to hire good men.
I»
h.i
Easi Koul,-nay, having three large
plants iu constant operation. lie
was present when the logging trucks
wen* startinl un their lirst Hying
journey down the grades. He was
delighted with tlie success of the
undertaking, as he had every reason
to be. Su. Indeed, will anyone who
investigates the syslem which is
capable nf being built extensively and
1 profitably, Intel- |ini[il,,*,|v  .,,,„.;„.,,     tlhroURh     jnilliv
iiintry. lis extreme
certainly uf operation
are strcng points iu its lavor nml
I...-A Uml it can be seen in practical
us* there is lilt lo doubt bul thai
oilier linns will apply it in solbing
Hi • transportation problem.
- - 0.00 to m.mi
- 2.00 to 4.00
- 7.30 to 8.30
- 2.30 to 4.30
B. 0
DETERMINED   TO     KEEP     01 T
YELLOW LAIWK
GRAND   MASTER     OF   LOCOMOTIVE Flit KM KN WILL CANCEL
CONTRACTS IF TIIKY   UIE
INTRODUCED
Toronlo, Aug. 13.—"I shall sav lo
ill men ihal I will noi sin ml fur thu
n't rodiict imi of yellow Inbor, and re*
tnrdless of contracts now In exist
•lice, .if lhe .lap is lo slay I will
notify the boards on every railway
s\,stem tu mi Immediately."
'This was Hie message left hv (Irand
Master lliinrnluui nf the International
llrollierhood of Locomotive Firemen
;.* ih.' elose i.f the Hamilton convention.
The hruMii-rhund In the States is up
in arms against yellow labor, and a
steret meeting is being held today at
Cambridge Swings, Pa, Canadian
firemen, especially from the wesi, are
Iniigely represented. Local railway
tm u say Canadian firemen will join
bauds wil-h the men across tin.* line
tu keep out  Hie .Japanese.
W. A. Crnic and ,1. W, Mllleclmmp
made a tee..i.l ca tell on Wcducsdu)
wh. u fishing in llie creek that (lows
into Prlnc- lluperl harbor opposite
Hit. CI.   T    I',    whnrl. Thev landed
two 10 pound salmon wilh a light
hainlioo io,!. using meat Tor bait.
Mr. Craig, who Is an old fisherman,
savs he never heard ol sn large salmon being landed with so light a
rod, or ol them lu ing caught wiib
bail.
Take notice that .lohn George Poll-
pom, of Krag, H. C, occupation,
Hotel Keeper, Intends to apply for a
special timber license over the lollowlng descriheil lands;
1. Commencing at a post plantod
ou the suulh bank of Marl in Creek,
about two miles west of the Klk
Itiver; Ihence south 811 chains, thence
west SO chains, thence north 80
eliains, thence east SO ehains, In place
nf commencement nnd enntaining 010
acres, more or less.
John George Pouporc,
Dnleil  Augusl  3rd,   11107. 22-fit
tu Tl
nl I1
.Inset h M
firsl
Kiupl
sh
Uupert,
K,
nii.ll subsetipiiuu
i ,i puiut outside
came from I Iuu.
'., til Vancouver.
n
OFFICE   HOURS:
0 lo 12 a.m.
1 to   fi p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office and residence ou Armstrong avo 'short  time they*will have a pond of
OliAKimooK       -      -      -    u.c.,,Wu '" ,lim' ilt'lt's >" cxtont lu store
their lugs  in.
The logging system adopted here Is
certainly  the   most   interesting thing
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOCUS:
'J to 12 a.m.
1 lo   it |i.ni.
7 to   8 p.m.
Ofliee in new Reid Ulnth
CRANHROOK
TAPESTRY   PAINTING
.11. 0.
ITEMS ABUUT A LIVE TOWN
FROM A LIVE NEWSPAPER
(From the Prince Rupert Emplro)
'llns    is  llm   fourth issue of     the
Empire, und il is printed under    the
.■.ami'   c lit ions   a.s the    first issue
was. it is e.liled in Prince Rupert
where il will eoiitinuo to be edited,
It is printed in Vancouver, where it
will continue to be printed until its
owner has the right Hi locale at
Prince Unpen and carry on business
as business is carried on at every
oilier plate in Canada that is a port
of entry, with a custom house-and a
post office.
The Vancouver News-Advertiser is
t al all enthusiastic over the
elevation of William ,Iolm Dowser,
K. c, M. P. P., of Vancouver, to
cabinet rank. F. Carter-Cotton, F.
It. C P., M. P. P. of Richmond,
has had his ear close to the ground
ever sinee the political demise of
Robert Francis Oreen; bul the call
ne.ei came, hence the lack of enthusiasm of lhe News-Advertiser.
() for a return nf tin* days nf [to
provincial parly, days when the
News-Advertiser was pretty near the
wh::li thing-it the provincial govern*
ment.
One of the best provincial police officials iu lhe province, who for n
lung time was stalioiiid iu Kootenay,
Ims resigned in order lo make a
living. Sunie uf the provincial pole- are iml worlh iheir sail; hut
Ihnl kind do nut resign. When lhe
province gets good men iu anv ofliee,  lliey     si Id    be kept  iu office,
even if by doing so llie surplus is reduced in size. He!lei have one man
like W. II. Hullut-k-Websler iu office
than a do/en of the kind recently appointed in responsible official pnsi-
Kous in Kootenay, even if the whole
tin/.-u worked for nothing,
Angry women iu Philadelphia the
oilier day invaded ihe butcher shops,
smashed windows, and poured kerosene on the meat iu sight, all because the     hu tellers* had raised     the
to be seen anywhere in the woods price ol beet. Were Ihey in Prince
around Crnnbrook. Gravitation dues :Rupert they would be holding imllg-
tIn- work ami the grenl law is adapt- nation meetings aud passing rcsolu*
ed lo Hie work in this way: The logs  lions, all     because lhe local hutche
hop hasn't  any  meal   except  salmon
steaks.
There are three things lhat cannot
be bought   ia Prince Rupert,  namely:
Young ladies aud   girls wishing to learn tapestry painting
are   crquestcd      to   call     on
MRS. T. N. GLASS-LAST HOUSE Ve hauled, two at a time, from
ON STREET   REAR   OF RINK
Cranbrook
B.C.
ut, decked and skidded on the
high benches which lie along the north
east side of the valley back of the
mill. A standard width logging
railroad  has lieen graded from     the
in ill-pond up the valley and along the (town lots, whiskey and legal advic
TAUGHT   *""'   nf    "ie bench   uiitjl     the    level —'■—
ground at the top, where the logs are I The Empire has been received in a
decked, is reached. The logging most friendly manner by a good many
trucks, constructed nt the mill of ' people anil a good many newspapers;
home-grown timber and Cranbrook 1ml its reception nl Montreal was
castings for wheels and shoe brakes, |so chilly ihat iis editor has had to
tire hauled, two at a time, from the* strep undei' a second pair of Kelly-
mill yard to the loading point, a milt: jCnrruthers blankets ever since the
or two away. There are six'[hilly blast reached Prince Rupert by
of these vehicles in commission, each   wireless.
easily capable of   taking 3,000     feet j 	
at a load. One team of horses and! The Empire has a wide circulation.
Iwo men do the loading. When the It extends from San Diego, Califor-
hurden Is in place and secured tigbtlv nla, to Pratt, North Dakota, ami
with the cba.ns, the brakesman take's irom Hosmer, R. 0., to Bellinghnm,
his place in the rear of the load and Washington. It is growing wider
releases, very slightly, the enormous- every week, and by the time Us nwn-
ly powerful brake which operates on er has a location in Prince Ruucrt,
six of the eight wheels nf the truck, lhc circulation may have extended as
by means of a long, wooden lover, far east as Montreal, Quebec, und as
The car slips down the incline very far soulh ns Victoria, M. C, at ho tli
slowly, almost stopping now anil of which places liisCdc informal ion
gain ns the brakes get their grip can be obtained as tn whn first "lo-
innie firmly. Approaching the level cnl.d" Kaien Island. But that Is
mound there is a long slant at abotil not the pnint we are driving nt. The
a ten per cent grade where the point we are dHvIng al is: Men who
brakes ait* thrown uli ami that car niv coming In lhe norlh const to
goes shooting along down the little prosper) for mineral, or tor timber,
BUILDERS and Ivnlley ami into the mill yard at   the   or for bind, nr for fish, or for   town
rate of twenty miles an hour.      The  lols, need nut bring anything    with
 __^__ whole trip does nol lake five minutes   them except  money.       Wiib'    money
' '      '" mmm '—perhaps not even thai.     The    mill   ihev can    buy everything they    need
men call tbe log train "The Imperial   in lhe wav of camp outfits and   sup-
Our work is [our advertisement, hut we Limited."        II  travels   fast enough   plies right here nl  Prince Rupert, nr
putthiHttdinthelleri-liiito (<J I1"' ',(inV!',,  ." -noUs moro    ""« ;|1 ,,"Iri,R,!W!?*ton' °F at llttteltnn, nt
• -logging by lightning. al MHlnkailn, and at reasonable
emphasize it. J To W. E. Stevenson, bush snperin- prices. In giving this advice the
- ■■-— -ten-dent, must he given the main Empire has no ulterior motive. It
credit fur llu- working out of this dues iml solicit advertisements from
admirably economical logging scheme, houses doing business nt Prince Ruin which be was aided by the snigges- pert nnd Port Rssington and Purl
11 ions and experience of A. F. Krap- Simpson ami Ha 7,01 Ion and Metlakul-
fell, the general malinger, Tbe Iron la, nnd it has nut been refused an ad-
work ahoul the trucks, the brake vcrtisemetil bv anv house doing husi
meehnnlsm espeeinlly,  is both excel- ih-sr 'ii   Vancouver, nr Victor!:
CUMMINQS & CUMMINQS !
\ CIVIL  l-NulNI-tKS ANU   DOMINION !
AND B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
fc°«ti«8 Cranbrook, B.C,
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Oeo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Near tawer a miBtroiig Avenue.
TELEPHONE 114
UU II    I      KLAU      Inlj lrM   i""1   ingenious "and     was turned Seattle.
nul al the    mill blacksmith shop   by	
The  French   Dry   Cleaning process Alonzo Brown. I   Last, winler a general order     wns
•Babies us to clean mens pants, suits People   going up     io look   at the issued "from the licatlipiarters of    the
■nnd neckties,    ladies suits and skirts operation    of   these logging     trucks Grand Trunk Pacific in Prince     Ruin *uch   a   way that they positively had belter exercise considerable   care perl to hire every man offering   who
look as Rood ns new. if they follow up along lhc railroad, could swing an axe.     Axemen   came
We are experienced dyers and clean- ''''"' *''"'s como il' a V('ry '''K'1 r,iU> °f trom Vancouver    and Victoria, from
era, therefore, we do not rcoulro   to s',ro(l "'"I    ,1|('rc is   i,w nin'e    1,l*U the   Old Country,    from everywhere
*ftiitl anything'down cast pr up west, ',i,l(,s   ,lt<,m   fts   ,,H'V Col"e    rushing except Nova Scotia and Maine,    and
nirtT   i/AATrvtiii ,lmvn-      A    d*toer signal     will  he th- back towns-hips of Ontario, wh-re
hASI    KIHHrNAY erected at this point py<wii n-ow.      The woods on  the
-_-!,,«..        **-*> ••   T     Mungaii,   lhc   very obliging Prince   Rupert    lownsil,-    wns soon
IlVF    rlflllNp bookkeeper and     general   man of af- full of tlmn.    and    the hospital    nt
•   U I !_,    IIVJU-^L, fairs about the concern, slates he bus Metbtkatla hfldh'l a vnealil lot wilh-
flCF       I      I l-At.k'     Tnilnr i,,,n"1 *'* ""'" "ll llis I,llVln"' which is in a week.    The axemen     cut down
J*    .*l*/\z>k\t    I il HOT nlmul 'the low record number for     a everything   within their reach except
VMERIOAN OPINION OK CANADA
THE LAND OF OPPOItTI MTV
'From the New Haven, Conn., Union)
Sicreian Straus, of llie iH'luirtineiit
if lummetc- and labor, wlm recently
insse-d through ihe Dominion tn the
Pacific eoasi i.n llis way to Hawaii,
s reported ns being much Impressed
by Hu-   iiicreasiiig    Immigration     to
A few days ngo ihe tabulation of
he latest Canadian census was i-nm-
ileted. It shows that the population
if the Dominion is in round numbers
only 11,7110,000. Here is a population
i-ss bv 2,wn.mm than the population
f the" state of New York and yet
possessing a country of 3,715,571
square miles—an area larger than the
Culled Stales and all its insular possessions. The province of Ontario
alone is live li.mes lhc area of New
Vmk and over 50.000 square miles
larger than the German empire.
The annual expenditures of the Dominion government are neatly $50,-
000,000 less than those of New York
Her debt is comparatively
small, and her assets are enormous.
Where in lhe world is there a country
Hording larger opportunities for immigrants In heller their condition
than does mir neighbor across Ihe
border.
A PINT OF NATURAL GAS
Medicine Hat, Aug. III.—Natural
gas is now being boil led up in tanks
.ii.il will he exported tu take the
place of gasoline as a commercial
commodity. Some dilliculty is being
experienced in obtaining a suitable
material for these tanks which will
he at once snllicienlly strong to
withstand the pressure, and nl the
same lime lighi enough to keep the
fr. Uhi rates within hounds. Experiments are nuw being carried mi
w-.Hi considerable success upon alum-
i nm and it is expected ihat this
material will prove adequate iu every
particular,
The ims is taken directly from Hit-
ground in iis crude slate and confined. It Is esHmnled thai when once
ulaccd upon lhe market il will take
ihe place of gasoline in several of the
linrs in which Ihal by-product is employed, especially in motor ears and
engines, for if the tanks now being
ex peri men led wilh prove satisfactory
Ibe new commodity can he placed
upuu the market at a price less tlmn
nne quarter that of gasoline.
NOTICE        OF     TRANSFER     OF
LIQUOR LICENSE
Take nnliee tbat lhe undersigned
hilt nils to apply for ti transfer of his
n I iil liquor license, for lhc Royal
lintel. Cranbrook Street, Cranbrook,
B. C„ tn Prank R. VanDecar, nf
said Cranbrook, at the nexl sitting
of the Hoard of License Commissioners, of the Citv of Cranhrook, to be
held on the lltii dav of September,
100-7.
L. D. VanDccaf.
Dated 7th August,  1007. 22-lt:
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
Tate nnliee that The Kim-, Lumber
Mills, Limited, uf   OrnnbrooK, 11. 0.,
intend  to applv  lur  a  Special  Timbei
License over ihe following described
hinds:
Commencing   at    a   post   planted
linul  une     mile north-West of     the
mouth of I.il tie        Lamb
Creek on Ibe uorth line
ot Lot 5-1(12, running north uio
ihi-iifc easi io chiiins, ihence south
Hill chains, I In nre west -1(1 ehains to
poinl of commencement, ami containing If 1(1 acres, mule or less.
The King   Lumher Mills, Limited,
A. G. Wilmot, Locator,
Daled  August I),   11107. 21-til
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY.
SOUTH DIVISION
Take nolicc that The King Lumlier
Mills, Limited, of Cranhrook, B. C,
intend to apply for a special Timber
License over the fuliowing described
lands:
Commencing at a post about one
mile south-east of the mouth of
Tate Creeki, on the enst line of Lot
51112, thence running east .0 chains,
thence north 40 chains, Uience east
III chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 10 chains, thence south
10 chains, thence west 10 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing G1U
acres, more or less.
The King   Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. 0. Wilmot, Locator.
Daled August 5,  11)07. 2t-«t
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
No. 1. Take notice that thirty
days after date wc intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur u license to prospect
(or coal anil petroleum over tho following described land, situale in
Block 4583, South East Kooteiiuy
district, U. C: Commencing at a
post marked Herbert Munis' N. E.
corner post, planted on the west
bank ot the Flathead River and
about nine miles north of the International Boundary, thence south sn
chains, thence west 8*1 chiiins, theuce
north NO chains, theme east si,
chains to point ot beginning, containing tl'10 acres, more or less.
Herbert Morris, Locater.
Located this Ulth day ol July,
1007.
No. 2. Commencing al a posl
marked Robert Fords N. VI. coinei
post, planted on the wesi bank Ol
Ibe Flathead River and about ullli-
iniles north ol the International
Boundary, theme soulh mi chains,
ibence north Ml chains, tin nee west
mi chains lo point ol beginning, con
liiiiiim* UIU acres, more ur less.
Robert Find,  Locater,
Located Ibis 13th day ui -luly,
1007.
No. A. Commencing at a post
marked Fred Ellis's S. \\. cornet
post, planted on the west hank ol tile
Flathead Kiver and about nine miles
north of the Internaliunal Doiimlaiy,
tlience iiurlli SU cbains. thence easi
SO chains, theme south Ml chains,
thence west SO chiiins, to point ol
beginning, containing tl-lll .teres, mon
or less.
Fred Ellis, Locater.
Located this 13th day ol July,
1007.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OF   SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that John George Pou-
pore, of Krag, B. 0., occupation,
Hotel Keeper, intends lo apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands:
2. Commencing nt a post planted
ahoul IA m les west of Elk River
ami abuut two miles south of Martin
Creek on Uio west lines of lands surveyed adjoining Elk Riven; thence
sou I It SO i ha ins, t hence west 80
chains, Ihence nortli sn ehains, thence
east 80 chains lo place of commencement, and containing BIO acres, more
or less.
John George Pouporc.
Dated July 8(1 Ml, 1007. 22-fit
CKANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OF   SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take nolicc lhat John George Pou-
nore, of Krag, B, C, occupation,
Hotel Keeper, Intends In npply for a
s'iccial timher license over the following described lauds:
-\. Commencing a I a posl planted
nhoul om- mile wesi of Ihe Elk Hirer
on the north side nf Martin Creek;
Ihenee west 10 chains, thence norlh
Hm ehains, tbenee casl 10 chmins,
Ihenee smiMi 100 chains lo place or
commencement, nnd containing oio
acres, mule or less.
John George Poupnre,
Baled July Sfllh, 1007. 22-fit
CKANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OF   SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice Ihal John George Puii-
imrc, of Krag, B. C, occupation,
Hotel Keeper, intends lo npply for a
sneelnl limber license over the fdlow-
ing described lands:
I. Commencing al a pos<t plan leil
on (he south bank ul Goat CnVc
ahoul Iwo miles from tho Elk river
and on the south-east corner of
Timber License No. 12103-; thence
suulh 8*0 chains, Urnee west 80
elm ins, thence norlh 80 chnins, ihence
east su ehains lu place of commencement, uml containing um acres, more
or less,
John George Pouiiore.
Dated July 31, 1007. 22-6t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTEN.U
SOUTH DIVISION
Tnko nnliee that The King Lumbei
Mills, Limited, nf Cranbrook, D. C.
intend to apply for a Special Timber
License over the fuliowing described
lands:
Commencing at a post planteil
about i ne mile south-east of the
IllOllth of Tate Creek on the east line
of Lot 5102, tbenee running ensl 100
chains, thence south so chiiins, thence
wesi fill chains, Ihenee norlh 20
chains, Ihenee west 2n chains, Ihenee
north III chains, Ihenco west 20
chnins, thence north 20 ehains tn
puiul of commencement, and containing lilll acres, more or less.
The King   Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. G. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated August 5, 1007, 21-tit
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
Take notice lhat The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Craubrook, 11. C,
intend to apply for a Special Timber
License over the fuliowing described
lands:
Cammeiieing at a pnst planted
about one mile north-west of lhe
mouth of Rabbit's Foot Creek, on the
wesi line uf Lot 5102, theuce running
west lflfl chains, tlience nnrth 10
chnins, theuce enst IfiO chains, theifee
smith lu chains, to point of commencement, and containing 0-10 acres,
more nr less.
The King   Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. G. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated August 3, 1007. 21-Ct
CKANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank William
Green, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Physician, intends to apply for
a special timber license over the lot
lowing described lands:
No. I. Commencing at a post
planted about \\ miles south of St.
Marys Kiver, 10 chains south of
"S." Lot 33 and bounded on tbe
west by east Une 4502, thence south
80 chains, theuce east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chnins to point of commencement,
and containing 010 acres, more oi
less.
Frank William Green.
Dated July 15th, 1007. 2t-0t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nolico that Frank William
Green, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Physician, intends to apply for
a special timber license over Ihe lollowing descr-ibid lands:
No. 2. Commencing nt a post
planled olio mile east nl Hie initial
post o( F. W. Green's Timber Application No. I; theuce suulh 80
chains, theuce east 8(1
chains, Ihence north 811 chains, Ihence
west 8(1 chains tu point of commence
ment, and containing oio acres, more
or less.
Frank William Green
Daled July 15th, 10117. 21-lit
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that The Ross-Saska
loon Lumber Company, Limited, of
Wuldo, British Columbia, occupation
Lumber Manufacturers, Intend to npply fur a special timber license over
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. W. corner of Lot 4041; thence
south 40 chains, thence cast 40
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains, tlience north
120 cliains, Ihenee west SO ihains to
place ol commencement, and contain*
ing 640 acres, more or less.
Ross-Snskatoon     Lumber   Company,
Limited,
Per Mauley Hardy Craig, Agent.
Dated July 24, 1007. lfl-Ct
point   of beginning,    containing   610
acres, more or less.
Alfred J. Hall, Locater.
Located   this   10th day   ot   July,
1007.
No. II. Commencing at a post
Marked John Grey's S. E. corner
post, planted about 2 miles west of
tlie Flathead River and about I .
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence north SO chaius,
Ihence west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence cast 80 cbains to
point ot beginning, containing 640
acres, more or less.
John Grey, Locater.
Located this 10th day ol July,
1007.
No. 15. Commencing nt a post
marked Hugh France's N. W. corner
post, (ilanted a quarter ot a mile
west of the Flathead River and
ibunt 15 miles north uf tbe Interna
tioiial Boundary, thence south HI)
''hains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north SO ehains, thenco west 8»
hains to puint of bcgimiiiifc, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Hugh France, Locater,
Located   this   loth   day ol   July,
1007.
... 10.       Commencing   at a post
ked Harry Franco's S. W. comer
'   planted about one quarter ol   a
.. west of the Flathead River   and
nut  15 miles north ot the interna-
until Boundary,     thence north     K»
ins, tbenee east 80 chains, thence
ith 8(1   chains,      thence west     80
tins to point of beginning, contain-
HU acres, more or less.
Harry France, Locater.
..mated   thin   16th   day of   July,
1007. 19-ot
niiii
lost
mile
iboi
Hi
eh
.1.
elt;
Ing
L.
No. 1. Commencing at a post
marked Charles lleclige's S. E. cor
tier post, planteil on the west bank
I the Plat head Kiver and about inn,
miles north of the International
Boundary, theuce norlh 80 chaius
thence west 80 chains, thence soulh
SO chains, thence east 80 chains to
toiut of beginning, containing 641
acres, more or less.
Charles lieelise, Locater.
Locale,!    this    13th day ol    July
1907.
No. 5. Commencing at a post
marked Lemuel L. Langley's N. E.
comer post, planted on the east side
uf the Flathead River aud abuut 11
miles north ot the International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains,
[hence west 80 chains, thence nortli
■SO ehains, thence east 80 chains to
mint of beginning, containing 610
crcs, more nr less.
Lemuel L. Lnngley, Locater.
Located- this 15th dav ol July,
1907. .
No. fi. Commencing at a post
marked Wm. Fisher's N. W. comer
nost, planled on the east side of tin
Flathead River and about 11 miles
north nf the -International Bound.!
Ihenee snulli SO chains, Ihenee east
so chains, tbenee north 80 chains.
Ihence west 80 ehains, lo point ol
beginning, containing OIO acres, more
or less.
Win. Fisher, Locater.
Local ed   this    Ifith   day ol   July,
1907.
No. 7. Commencing nt a post
marked Wm. Woodward's S, W. cor
tier post, planted on the east side of
the Flathead River and about 11
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence norlh 80 chains.
tbenee east 80 chains, thence south
SU chiiins, thence west 80 cbains to
point of beginning, containing 010
acres, more or less.
Win. Woodward, Locator.
Located this 15lh dav of July,
1907.    .
No. 8. Commencing at a post
marked Maud Langley's S. E. comer
post, planted on the east side of the
Fhilhead Kiver and about II miles
north of the International Boundary,
thence north 8(1 chains, thence west
80 chains, tlience south 80 chains,
tbenee enst 80 chains to point of bc-
ginuing, containing 010 acres, mure or
less.
Maud Lnngley, Locater,
Located this ir-th day of July
1907. '
No. 9. Commencing at a post
marked Adolph Fox's N. E. comer
post, planted on the west bank ot the
International Boundary, thence south
80 chains, thence west 86 chains,
thence north 80 chains, theuce east
80 chains to point ot beginning, containing 616 acres, more or less.
Adolph Fox, Locater.
Located this 16th day ol July,
1007.
No. 10. Commencing nt a post
marked Win. Hatter's N. W. comer
post, planteil on the west hank of
the Flathead River and about 13
miles north ot the International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains,
thenco cast Sfl chains, Uience north
80 chains, thence west 80 cliains to
point of beginning, containing 610
neres, more or less.
Win. Batter, Locater.
Located (his loth day ol July
1007.
No. II. Commencing at a posl
marked Geo. Harris's S. w. corner
post, planled uu the west bank
the Flallicad River and about 13
miles north of the International
Boundary, theuce north su chains,
Ihenct- east 80 chains, thence south
8(1 chains, thence west 80 chains t
point of beginning, containing oio
acres, more or less.
Geo. Harris, Locater.
Located this Ifith dav of July
D907.
No. 12. Commencing at a posl
'narked John Parsons' S, |-'„ coiner
post, planted on the west bunk of the
Flathead River und abuut 13 miles
north of lhe International Boundary,
(hence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thenco south 80 cliains.
thence east 80 chains to point of
beginning, containing 640 acres, more
or less,
John Parsons, Locator.
Located this 16th day of July,
1907.
No. 13. Commencing nt a post
marked Alfred J. Hall's S. W. cornel
post, planted about 2 miles west or
tho Flathead River and about 13
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence north 80 chains,
theuce east 80 chains, thence soulh
80 chains, thence west 80 chains   to
COAL AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
No. 1. Tata* notice that thirty
days afler date we intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner ot Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the
following described land, situate In
Block 4593, South East Kootenay
District, II. C. Commencing at a
post marked Lee Prober's S. E. corner post planted about two miles
west of the Flathead river and
about six miles north of the International Boundary, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains,
theuce east 80 chains, thence
soulh 80 chains, to point of beginning, containing 646 acres, more or
less.
Lee Proger, Locater.
Located this 13lh day ol July,
1907.
No. 2. Commencing at a post
marked Goldie Peoples N. E. corner
|.ost planted about 3 miles west of
the Flathead River, and about six
miles north of the International
Boundary, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
SO chains, Ihence nortli 80 chains, to
point of beginning, containing 640
acres, more or less.
Goldie Peoples, 1 .mater.
Located this 13tb day ol July,
1907.
No. 3. Coiiimencing at a post
marked Win. McGuire's S. W. corner
pust, planted about 4 miles west ol
lhe Flathead River, an-1 about six
miles north of the International
Boundary, thenco cast 80 chains,
thenco north        80 chains,
theuce west 80 chains, thence south
so chiiins, to puint of beginning, containing UIU acres, more or less.
Wm. McGuire, Locater.
Located this 13th day ot July,
1907.
No. 1. ('ommencing at a post
marked John Hall's N. E. corner
post, planted about 2 mites west ot
Ihe Flathead River, and about 8
miles north of the International
Boundary, tlience south 80 chains,
Ihence west 80 chaius, thence north
su chains, thence east 80 ehains, to
point of beginning, containing 610
acres, more or less.
John Hall, Locater.
Located this 13th day ot July,
1907-.
No. 5. Commencing at a post
marked Wm. Devlin's N. E. corner
lost, planted about 3 miles west of
the FlaUiead River, and about 8
miles north of the International
Boundary, Ihence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, to
point ot beginning, containing 640
acres, more or less.
Wm. Devlin, Locator.
Located this 13th day ot July,
1007.
No. fi. Commencing at a post
marked John Devlin's S. E. corner
post, planted about 3 miles west of
the Flathead River, and about 8
miles north ot the International
Boundarv, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence smith
80 chaius, thence east 80 chains, to
point of beginning, containing 640
acres, moro or less.
John Devttn, Locator.
Located this 13lh day of July,
1907.
No   7
marked
comer
west
about
tioiial
chains,
north
chains,
tabling
Local
1907.
Commencing    nt    a post
Fiunk-lln ThurniAu's   N,   E
post,   planled about 4 miles
ol the   Flathead    River   and
8 miles north   of the Interna-
Boiiiidary,   thence south     80
Uience west 80 chains, thenco
80    chains,    thence    east 80
lo   point ot    In-ginning, eon-
til o neres, moro or less.
Franklin Tliurman, Locator,
d   this   13th   day of   July,
Commencing    at     a post
rtliur Perry's S. W. corner
No. 8.
marked Arthur PerryV.
post, planled about 2 miles west of
the Flathead River, and about 8
miles north of tho International
Donmlnry line, thence north 80
.hains, ihenee enst 80 chains, thenco
soulh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, tn point of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Arthur Perry, Locator.
Located   this   13th day  of   July,
1907.
juijt,
i»-et
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old iboei made new.  All kinds
ol impairing.  Oive me ■ call. TIIK   Hi AN CROOK    II Kit Al.l.
ICi%
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EVERY   BOX  of biscuits or
sweet  cakes  is wrapped  In
"Royal Blue" and bears two|
crowns.   Insist on getting
The Royal Blue"   Une.
Made    from  "Alberta grown wheat.
Then, too, you may.
be   sure   that  you!
are getting the best cake,
that the modern science  ofj
cooking cai produce.   If your
grocer does not carry the Royal
Blue line write to the factory]
direct for  a  trial   package at
our expense.
Mention the grocer's name
wcxoRyAj cufiARy AIKRIA
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Thin Hotel Imn always been the leader
iu Ua lino, ami will Im- k«|>t up to the
standard, If you waul to meet the
people, ui  tn tin- Queen's Hotel.
Queen's Hotel, Calgary
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KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Dozen   Pints   $1.50
Ei|iinl  to Guinness',   Tin- finest lieverago nu tin- market
for family uml t.-.l.l.- us,..    Imparls vigor and
health, ami tones up thu liody Huliurnlly
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JAMES  KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook, B. C
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Tubs
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Canadian Hotel!
One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, jfood meals
and a bar stocked with the best
his
to
TIIK BOSS j down-hill road of life with mote In pe
  !fur Uie    future than regret for     Hie
Hoy.) jpast.      For such  a man   even    old
he just saun- age lias its pleasures, tor though at
; times thy shadows ol the past may
darken his spirits, lie lias hut to
turn hi- thoughts to the future to
d'ispel them. How vain anil empty
appear to him .ill honors and I dilutions gained bv liall.cin*- with truth,
justice ..nd religion; bow worthless
that accumulation which, win
corrupls and enervates the sou
tv the heart, and wl
astcd his life in ea1
must leave behind; and bow idl
hollow   that     pmiular   nnpl
{By Un- (Mlic
When tilings   go easy
ters round
At ten o'clock nr so; then reads
mail,
Dictates some halt du/en letters
the girl,
Tosses   us   each   a word,   or maybe
t wo
Looks at   Hie   papers, lights a    good
i-iiiur,
'Phones   In a   friend,   and then goes not
out lo lunch. ( wh,
Aiwi   I   go home nml   sny to maw—
"Uee whizz 1
1 bale to work.   I   wish  I  was    the
iinss*!"
IRON MILLS IN EAST KOOTENAY
SO PREDICTS 0. P.  IIILL TO    A I
\ \NC0UVBR PAPISR
i.-li he
whi.-h
Ilea is
nk tanatie tn
voice nl nnd.
be
s go  wi
But my, when thin
to a strike,
But my.    when     Ui
may lie a slrlke,
pliee.;     duWIt. ol
and busts-
Then ain't he .Mint
eight I
Then In* rton'l  take
Uie news,
Noi eat no lunch, in
jump.
riieu be s'liuots lei It'll al  II
she
(let  Ilusteiy   ted
and makes
RVWI    old   Chief
know Ixim,
That fat. one,  will
chin,
And me—why,    P
when lie call-
may-
1 Uie-spot
t   keeps
pols   uu   he.
Cleik hustle
, 1..nly  hi
youth m
' ol  hitl e.
imt Iron
In- com 1
i lustorj,
.11 of tloublo
m meased lightning
And when nighl comes, then he looks
kind er pale
Ami anxious like, nnd vi-l. so full    0t
,      «t,
I get    a   sort   ot     aching In     my
throat
Like something   choked mc, when    1
look at him.
And I   ko home    and   say in maw—
"(ice whizz!
Bi/.uess is toiij-h.    I'm glad T   ain't
the boss!"
—Gerald uie Mevrick in II;
Weekly.
rper't
1 When a man bas established a
hum.-, has a wile and ehiklten, the
I most Important    duties ol hie   have
in.        Tlie    en i   ins
be obliterated, lhe foulls
y dajs may In rlookod,
in- im.meiit ui hi   marriage
acea in    write un ineffable
it by pen .md Ink, hut   h)
[deeds,   bj   which in- must l-u-i after*
wauls he reported and Judged,     llis
; conduct at     home, Us care im     he.
lamily, the training ui    In   children,
his .I'ltentluii  lu Ins      wile, his deVu-
t ...j. io the great    liiteieai   uf etet-
i.iiv,  these     .tie thu tests I))      which
ltls character will ever afterwards bu
estimated hy all who think or cam
.thuut him. These will determine
his position while living, ami Influence
his memory when Uie grave has closed
oyer him. And ns hu uses well ur ill
the hriul space allotted to him uul
of all eternity, to establish a kiinu
founded upon thu must solid ul foundations—pri vale wort li—so will (iotl
..ml man judge ut bim. lie hold*, iu
his hands tbu private weal and woe
of his wil. und children, and if lie
ahuscs this most holy, (lod-glveu
trust, he cannot hope for mercy hereafter. Many a child goes astray,
simply because home lacks sunshine.
.Many a wife esteems death her liesl
friend, because be who swore before
(iod to "love, honor ami clWlsh" lias
forgotten bis- vows.
Wuuouver Province: "Within two
years we shall be supplying steel
rails lo all points un the continent
west uf  the    Kuckies and   lhc Orient.
it Ideal conditions for the creation oi a
great iron mdustiy exist in l_osl
Ki.oteii.iy owing to lhc proximity ui
ii.m and coal," said Mt. U. P. lllll,
general manager ul thu llillciesi cu^i
mini's of Hillcrcst, Alia. Mi. Hill
is hero uu a holiday tup.
All. lllll was Ihu original locatet of
the famous hematite linn deposits,
eighteen miles west ot Kootenay
Landing. Sevcrul years ago he disposed    of    ,i  COUUOillllg      interest  to
prominent east em ulllcials of the
L'anudiau Pacific railway, Including
su Thomas Shaughncss) and Mi.
Uharlea Hosmer,
in a recent tup east Mr. Hill was
Hion/.i'il   hy tin-  members    ul ito
iiilicale to lay uul a lotiipieheiisiVC
in of development Involving an expenditure of several million dollars.
it is understood that .i largo hi as I
uiriiace will he erected on Kootenay
lake nexl vear. The plans will bu
ilrawn hv a well-known Plttsimrg export/.
lu connection willi this industry we
purpose developing watuipuwer un tin:
KI. and tioat rivers. The depusits
an: within three miles of the Canadian Pacillc railway line, and we have
.i down grade. ' The oro will he
handled hy retarded euiiveytus with a
capacity of three thousand tons every
twenty-four hours. With coal in
close proximity there i.s no reason
why the steel and iron business ol
the west and the Orient should uot
he controlled by Canadians within tlio
next live years.       We have the   ad-
autago of location as compared with
ut eastern competitors."
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Rambling; Reveries
BY A DREAMER.
SATURDAY EVENINQ REVERIES
As we are alone with our thoughts
this Saturday evening, our mind recalls ninny admirable actions thnt
are ovcrlooki-d hy many ol us because
Ihey are so 'little and common.
Take, for instance, the mother, who
has broken slumber, it any at all,
with the nursing hube,    whose wants
must not he    disregarded; she would   	
fain sleep „ while when the breakfast fact by
hour comes, hut patiently and tincom- I
plainingly she takes her timely seat
at the table. Tl'ougli exhausted and
weary, she serves them all with
a refreshing cup of eofTce or tea before she sips ii herself, nnd often the
cup is hnnded hack to he refilled before she has had time to taste her
own. Do you hear her complain—
this weary 'mother—that her breakfast is cohl heforc she has time to
eat it? And this is not fur one, hut
for every morning, perhaps, In the
year. Do you call this a small
lliing? Try it and see. Oh, how
does womnn shame ns hy her for-
hearance and fortitude in what nre
called little things! Ah, it is those
little things which ate tests ot character; it is hy tlie.se 'little" self-
denials, borne wilh sneh self-forgotten
seiitleoesx, that the humblest fcomo
is made beautiful to the eyes of
angels, though we may fail to see it.
alas, until lhe chair is vacant, and
the band     whieh kept in motion
PEUPLE UE KNOW
'Mucleud Gazette)
Fred lloonej, ut the Arlington
hotel, uf Luthuridgc, pas3cd through
Macleod lasl uigtii to attend Uio
iuii.i.il oi ihe mice railroad men
wlio were lulled here. 1'iuii is well
acquainted with Perney and Mut'gui*
lojii. Perney, the litomaii who was
killed in iln.< wreck, did nol wish lo
make the trip wltx-h was so fatal to
bim. It was only aL the earliest
solicitation ut Engineer Murgatroyd
that he consented tu make Hie run.
llulh ul Ihese boys were held iu high
esteem liy the railroad people, and hi
ail who knew them.
Joseph Kearney, of Macleod, uud
Miss Agues Siapkion, ol Petrol la,
Uul., were married in Uiu Koiiia'i
Catholic church, Cranbrook, 11. i .,
last Saturday, August Ul. Mr.
ami Mrs. Kearney arrived at Macleod
.Saturday evening, and uiu remaining
temporarily al the customs house.
Ihey will occupy iheir own residence
as soon as it is completed. The many
friends of Mr. Kearney here wish
luui and his brldu every happiness and
'iiiispi-iity lli-rough tbult iu,ui iuioiii.tl
sphere. May they live in peace and
never waul  is our wish.
domestic machinery
cohl.
is powerless
VI. VI. Tuttle and wife, formerly of
Macleod, and Mrs. S. V, Smith and
I Miss Votiva M. Smith, all of Pasa-
' dina, California, arc guests of
T. II. Sletlmaii, al tin* Queens. They
nre all enjoying a pleasant lime visiting old friends hen*, and say that
while   M.uleod dilk-ls  sumewhat  from
Pnsadiiia, the change is pleasant utter
all.
Should an acquaintance ftcad ou
your dress—your best, your very best
—and hy accident tear it, how pro-
tuse yon arc with your: "Never mind
—don't thing ot it—1 don't care at
all." It a husband ih>es it he gets a
frown if nothing worse; if a child, it
im chastised, "Ah, these are little
things," say you. They tell on the
heart, bo assured, little as they are.
A gentleman stops at a friend's
house and linds it in contusion. He
doesn't sec anything to apologize for
—never thinks of such matters—everything is all right—cold supper—cold
room—crying       children —"perfectly
|Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
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New fl.nl Slrii-tly Kirs. I'liwn
American Plan, "-.•">.> |»'r < l.-.y up
Ti:i.i;i'IIu\t: 2081!
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
Chas. Ha
Cur. Si-ynunir mul Our_lo\
OpitosteC, I'. It. Siiiii.n
Proprietor
Vancouver, B. C.
E.  DOBERER-LOCUCK    WEDDINU
(Macleod QaZCtlO.)
E, Doberer, our highly esteemed
merchant and president ul tho Macleod Board of Trade, tuuk his vacation Uuee wieks ago, and wc musl
congratulate him upon the proliuhl..*
way iu which be spcut the lime, and
apparently some time previous to
thi*-.     Wc were wondering just why
the hands.une cottage on the hill easi
uf low it was built, hut the doubt Is
now dispelled, aud .Mr. Dohetcr will
come lo old Macleod this week with
a handsome life partner, lormerly
, Miss Mabel Vaughan Locock the only
nfortahle." He goes home. His daughter of Mr. and Mis. W. E. Lo-
wlfo has lieen taking care of the sick nick, uf St. Thomas, Ontario,
ones ami worked her life almost out. ihe wedding took place at the re-
"Don't see why things can't be kept' sldenco of thu bride's parents at St.
in iHitei order—there never were such Thomas at noon un August 1 in Uio
russ children before."      Why not be
presence of the Immediate relatives
and a few friends. It was a very
pretty ceremony ami was performed
according to the rites of lhe Church
of England by tbe Venerable Archdeacon Richardson, D. 0, L., of Lou-
the  lips" we love, when heart dun.     i'he bride was given away   by
make the eye sparkle with thu her father,
polite at home? Why not use freely
the golden coin of courtesy? How
sweet, they sound, those little words,
thank jou," or "you arc very
hind." Doubly, yes, trebly sweet,
from
smili
MONTY
The
Shine
Man
Tho pliici* to get your Shoes
kept in proper shape,
Laing's Barber Shop
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READY   MADE  CL THING f
it yon want Clothing that is "(lilt Kiluj" i" name,
"Uilt Bilge" iu nutt-riiilaad "Gilt K tsx;  i.i  timkr.
call and s or NEW   STOCK ... It-ml- Made
Cl-jthing, .Ifi.T RECEIVED.   Alt I'uion Made
Leask C& Henderson
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DO YOU LOVE MUSIC?
Hiivt* vmi ii iiiiii-ii'i.l iuKii'iiiii<*iit .' limit
ihe I.0LCKOI.A in JuhI wtiiil ymi waul, I
ih |.|..v."l wilh ki'vn tiki- it plliliii, ntid liltV'iit;
>i Hitiiilar m-liim. Tl..- hnUWH.A )■--•.
n\m*r, hnr-fllke tlmn, mid In emltinml h
l.'inliiii. nitiBlcbuiH Bvprywlien*.
lii« lioLCKol.A in il. .ni.-Hi liiHlrumun
in leuru hy Hole,  li in .utivutdi'iil tu carry.
Af-i-'Ot wnnii'd.   li I m-Dlii.
Kui-   liirth.'i-   I'lirfi.'iili.r*.  iip|'li   tu   .Mr
llisi.ue. rmiihi-uok. Clem-rul Agent tor I:, t!
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
... T. LAIDLAW, M.E.
THOS. T. McVlTTlK. I'.L.S.
J. EDGAR DAVIS ii
dene light nl .iHrciion. Ik- polite to
yum clHIilrcij. Do you cxiiect them
to In- iniii.llul ol ymir wcllarc, to
Rrow find al jolir iipnrotirh, to bounil
nwav I,, -.1., your iiloasuro .M-lore your
request is hall «|ioken? 'I'hon. willi
nil your dignity ami authority mhiidu happy
pulitciicsB,    ..ive it a nii'he in   ynur  happy
household temple.    Only then    will eoiric M
ynu have flit- true secret ol sending
mil.    Inlo the  world  rrally   flnlshed
gt-titlcmen nnd ladies.
.Mrs. Uohcrcr is a well known   and
timahle young lady nl S.. Thomas
and Macleod society welcome her with
ojit'n hearts.
Tho Gazette joins with a host    ol
Ihe frii-mls ol Eugcno In wishing tiie
tuple a uinsi prosperous anil
louruey thruugh life.      Wei
Dohercr ... Jlaoleod.
i.KTiiiiiiin.ii: sews
Many n rhlld i;m.-s astray, not lic-
i-aiise there is a wunt ol prayer or
virtue at   home, hut simply because trict is ol .
K.
(Krom the Herald)
SHERMAN TO RESIGN
II. Sherman,   presldont   ot
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•H-H
W-H-
j| The Cosmopolitan |
llsiau      xhc  piace  where  a
luifer    |   man wjjj retum after
stopping once.
»ll>„l„»„,f|IM>U<l»»,tll„tl,lll,<
ills-
,\. iias    de-
nl of tile union
I.is homeetead
: in  .In* mines
\. yel his suc-
...iii.iily tnitittn-
dlsplrasrs, ihey    arc prone to avoid aliil, allhoilRll   seniral unlaw,    have
i(.    II homo Is .lie place where luces Informally mndo rcpn ntntlons    t«
are sour and words harsh, and tault- Potot Patterson t.i tnko tho position.
M. W
home larks sunshine. A child needs ,ldcd in retire at il"'
sttiik-H as mnrh as .lowers m-.il sun- year ami will live >
teams. Children look little hcyoml near Tatar, worki
.In- present moment. II a IhitiR during the winter.
plcascfl, tlit-y are apt .0 seel it; 1. It cessor has mil heen 1
Ihtdiinr is ever in the ascendant, tltey
Will spnnd as many hours ns possible |
elsewhere, I.e. ebery lather and
liiolher, (hen, try lu he happy. Let
II 1 I,,,,'; happy.     Let. them talk lo
ORGANIZE AT I.l NDIIRECK
A lia-ai   union    will ta lormed at
l.umlbrack  ni the new    mlno o|iencd
Iheri-.     lliloriintliin-.il Hoard  Member
Iheir    children,' especially tho    little I'allerson leaves    Lellibrldge lomor-
uues, in such a way us to make them  row lor lhat puiul to conduct the or-
happy.
Happy Is the man whose heart ro-.
tains its youth, even under the pres-!
.Medicine Hat owing t
sure ol years;   who,    though grave,   \\K t uns.    Tlm run \«
can still be cheerful, whoso hopes are'gate In Lothhrldgn nml
as strong as ever, though the objects
are changed; who has lost nothing  ol
(he liner   tastes   and sentiments    of
his earlier years, who can slill    nd-
inire Uie beauties of nature, in whose
ear the  voice of youth   sounds pleasantly, und the laugh of children Is as lie changed buck
music,   who can   enter     into   their I 	
pleasures  and   share In   their enjoy-'   II. A. MoKownn, id Oranbrook
ments with a keener relish, perhaps,   ('., one  of   Hie    passengers on
because they recall   the memory    of wrecked Son-Spokane train was
bygone days, and who can travel the lhe clly ou Monday.
gatti/atiou.
Tlio Soo-Spokane conductor,   have
been transferred Irom LcMihrtdge   to
rli.tiii'.i.    in
from Kings-
there 1,1
Moose .law.    Ni
gale tu     l.nnmiire   an.l
imiiil tn Moose .law.
kicking     against   lliis
claiming that the Kings!
run Is Ion lung.    Th.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
SUMMER
EXCURSION RATES
EAST
From Cranbrook
$52.50 tu
Port Arthur,  St.  Paul
Duluth, Sioux City
Winnipeg
St. Louil
Chicago
Toronto	
Ottawa
Montreal
St. John'a
Halifax
$43.25
$60.00
$64.00
$78.50
$82.55
$84.00
$94.00
$101.80
Irmn Kings
Iiiiiii .hat
Tho men are
inangr-mnit,
;n te-l.unnnire
uili priiliably
Tickets on Sale July 3, 4,5,
August 8,9,10, Sept. II, 12,13
KIHSTIi.AXs IHllSnTRII-
'.a, DAVS' LIMIT
Cnrrcpondlnu mhit-llmia from nil
Kf.iit.'ti.iv |,..int. Tiolnila avnilnhl. fur
..„!;,' Itoiii,-. llirluilinu Mmila omi Hertlia
,,,, Ink, Btentner.. 'I'I,r,*,iKl, rfttea ipiot.il
ti, nliv Btntloh llntttri... lpi.-t.Mf i.r Mnri-
ti 1'rovinw.oiinnnllratlmi.
2. J. COVLE
A  II  I'. ,.
VANCOIIVKR
J. S. CARTER
II   I'   A .
NKI.SIIN If C.
We hav
i the Following l.'.»,<1s un hai., 1 an
sii|i|ily your wi,,,t
i will
... pleas,il tu
PORTLAND CEMENT
l-'IRl
: CLAY
KIKK BRICK           \Vi> i
i FIBRE
PLASTER OF PA It
s
FIELD AND SEWi:i!
•ii-i:
AND Al.l, KINDS OP 1*1.1"M1
,im;
;i.(tj.S
J.G.
McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
MERCHANT
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'' PII-TH ANN I M.
I NELSON FRUIT FAIR
',', NELSON, B.C. X
ii Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. X
SEPTEMBER iS, 19, 20, 1907    *
Larger at .1 lift ter tlmn over.
SOMETHING IXHNU EVERY MIN'l'TK
Free Shows Twin- Daily. Horse Races.
Clump Excursion Rites an all Transportation Lines,
Fur Infonnalion or Pri/.. List, write
D. C. MORRIS, Secretary
P. 0. Box 95
||,C. W. BUSK, Prealile.il NEL80N, B.C    ♦
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_ ! •.H.toct.nr. ol } Mm
Rough an^dre-.sed
LU1TBER and
OiriENSIONS
Also all kinds ol
M0ULDINQ5
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5B__Gi3
uaAPP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
out ol tbe 24
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IT PAYS TO BE PARTICULAR
Wlmn you buy meats in hot weather. We pay
particular attention to this feature of our business.
That is why people depend upon us f.u tin- l.-st at
this fleuson of the year.
CALGARY CATTLE C0.CBTRcOOK
B. H. SHORT A CO.
The Painter, and Decorators
Urge Stock of Latest Designs and Colorings
In Wall Papers
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FOR PAINTINII, ETC,
ALL WORK aUARANTEEl)
Phone III      ARM3TRONO AVENUE  P.O. Box 33 ^
'***************.*»*******************•******* THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
«>_..>»> A  VKAI!
TIIK   PAPER   THAT   IS   READ   11Y   TIIK   PEOPLE
AUGUST   82,   11107
CHAN BROOK HERALD'wing and one thai will do much for
C'ranbrook aud litis district.      It is
_, il,. Herald r'ubllsbiug Company, „,, ,„ ,|„. |„,0|,ie 0| Uus eily to du all
in ilieir power t.i make the visit of
th.-   mtill   pushers   a   mosl pleasant
' Limited.
f.v,fn^|itff;f
<un_3n3MJlabeE>
__
-y*^*\
l-.dlli.r am. Manager.
A. V.. Watls keeps iu the lilin-
litrltl i.f pulilieitv lhose days. Mr.
Walls is a IlKliti-t' ..ml Ins latest foo
l~ llie (.'.   I'    ft
The .int.. busses ol   Calgary     have
e. ui nt i-ommission owing in tlie
t'mig.iuess i.f    Hie st roots,     II     was
ti        Men have   had lhc buttons
shaken nil llirtr waisieoals ou ono
Irlp linme iu lhose vehicles. A pint
..I milk would be turned int.. hiitler
In traveling lluoo blocks. So one
using false le.'ili fell safe, and nn
I.nil tins able tn keep hairpins in Iter
Tlie Herald is worth Jill a year. It
tusts only 12. Nu iii.iii iii South
I....V Kontoiiay can afford to be Willi-
uui it, and everyone living outside ol
tl.e district, »liu Is Interested ... the uml „JS |ulll. , v|1 IM, „ ,„  ,„,
l regress ol lliis suction, uliuulu uad ,     wlailt- tiding even a short   dis-
11.    it publishes the news while It Is ,,,„,,.     .|.|,P j,i,.., VV11S .,n right, but
news.   It is coutrolleil absolutely l.y ,, mis „ |,. nslrnlcil Hull     tlio
Ih. publishers.     So ollquo, party   ur ] v.-hiRlt>M    were no    good for    hnrillc
_nliMilu.ll   die.ales    lis   pulley. It   , s,
don't try to phase tlie people.     U
" " ■' There is ,,n Asiatic Inclusion League fnrn.nl nl ll.e const. Thai is a
gnnd lilllil of a tongue tu f.um and
they would lie n suoiess in the Koo-
lOllil
ilesire is to piililisli a newspaper that
will lie a credit to the community.
.Scud in your subscription and yuu
will he Hiaiililul ever alterward.
Advertising rates tl per   inch   per
iu..uili, nu mote an.l nu less
null], nu moie an.i nu less. 	
Heading matter 15 cunts   per    rue u |s nnt nnly lhe Inhorliig man who
, iiuii-udveiUsers;  III cents per line |lils ,,, >TOI. tw. ntloulnl Invasion, hul
, tegular advertisers. ,t js the business mini und tlio prop
II vnu desire, lu reach Uie peuple ol ,.m  mvllt,r .ls w,,||p
outh Kasi  Kootenay yuu must  ad- 	
veilise ill The Herald. The l.ulnitllnn gnvernnii'til  has uller-
Tlie llernld   has a lirst-elass ■  )ob ,.,| „ rewniil fnr Ihe enptura nf   Hill
plant, anil iis   work is of   the  best, intuit,     li is Iwrnlv In nne ihnl Un
The Herald don't   want charity.    It gnrerumenl     will never   luivo In pay
wauls   a square deal on ynur     job \\K reward.
work. If we can't suit, yuu iu iptal
Hy .mil priee, kick, and send your
work lo somo Cheap .Joint house in
lite oust that never spends a cent in
Craubrook.
MOKE   THAN
4,600 * Month
Tills i* the nniiiiiiiit'f.1 rir-
i-iiluliuti of the Herald
1'rcHM room ami Biil-Kurip*
lion lisl-H upuu tu lnveHti|*ii-
tiuu by Hilvei'UnerH Ht any
tii no.
Tin- Ilonil.l (-ivi-s a ilollur
in value fur a dollar in money, The ad vet-titter ban llu*
right to know what lit* in
i-4-eiviti|* fm bis money.
'I'he lli*iiii.I in one imper
that court*- I u vet. tl ligation,
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f OBSERVATIONS   \
v UY THK OLD MAN. v
•»_ ■>
Ii is the Kooleimy Central now,
..ml Uiat will give Unitihrook and tbu
whole district a •■i"'*1' boost,
Evelyn Thaw ami Hill Miner have
been   seen .til ovei    Western   Canada
nliiiulluneoiisly.      Sunn-  [ pic have
grenl  Imaginative powers.
Tin* Katun a nd Simpson ealalogues
have arrived, ami tin- people arc now
sliidyiug ibi-m. h is well to study
several propositions in this connection. Neither oi tliesu linns over
p.uul a cent ..[ taxes in Cranhrook,
Neither of these firms r.iiiirilmt.il one
..■iiI fm I,.iln.i l>.i- in Crnnbrook,
Neither ul these linns uvpi coiitribill-
i*d a live i-i-nl piece for any move*
in.-nt thai woulil make Cranlirook and
Cranlirook    i pie   more   prosperous.
Neither of these firms ever ptil up n
dollar fm a sick person in this district, gave one ami to tin* liuspit.il,
helped any uf our churches, ur (lid a
iliim- for lhe Koolenuys. Every
ini*irli.mt iii town bus done these
things. They all puy I axes. Tliey
all work iu make iln- town more
prosperous ami thus increase the
value nf your properly. Tbey pay
while men's wages—lo women as
well, Ami furthermore, if vnu compare the goods yuu gel in lhc east,
llgure un the express vuu pav, also
Uie fuel thai you pay absolute r.isn
fnr every pun-base, while you expect
the home merchant tn help you out
when ynu are haul up. and he dues it.
loo, vou wil! hiui tlnit tin* home
merchant can civ.- you   as good     a
ileal  as   Ibe -.wenl   shops   in   the east.
Stand hy Cranlirook .mil Cranlirook
enterprise*;. Ii is here ynu have
yoiir liuines ami II i- here you nro
making a wage tlml is belter than
vuu made in tin- east Spend ynur
money .it home. Vou will have a
chance at Unit dollar if you dn that.
If vnu send it ensl you will never sen
it again.
Last Saturday was the IDftHi anniversary nl Ibe successful completion
id llie flrsl steam boat. There bas
lieen a lut  accomplished  in  that   100
years.
The Herald is nnw nllicially an
union ofliee. It always was so fur
as the treat men i nt tlie employes
was concerned, but frnm nuw un the
Herald will carry the union label.
11 is now given nut Ihal Moyer will
not he tried at all The decision
seems tn In* n wise nne. as Ihere Is
nu mnre evidence ngainst hint than
there was ngalnsl Haywood, ami
there was nut enough to convict iu
that ease.
The coast newsnapers spend considerable   time    flghtlne each other.
tt   wnllbl  be far  better  if tlleV  WOlltll
use their space fighting for the province.
The newspaper men id Albert;,   nnd
the Inter! I Iti it Mi Columbia will
meet in Cranbrook nu the l-'i lb nf
September for their annual convention.     That will be n notable i*ath-
Mr. McKny, nf tbe Cnlgary Chinook, lakes 11 Imn at tbe editor of
Ui,- llerubl iu tlie last issue uf bis
paper.
"Let     well   e igb    aline," is    a
pretty gooil slogan for lhe Dominion
campaign. Camilla never was sn
prosperous as nl   lhe present   lime.
Canada      lui     the    whites  is
uugli f.u  lhe Herald.
:. 1
The ('. I', H. is spending a large
amount uf money in ibis district ami
especially in Cranbrook, It is evl-
iletn that tbe C. |». I!, bas everv
confidence in the future of Crnnlironk, and are doing all in their
power In make tbe lown prosperous.
Our exchanges are persisting in
pushing us inl.. polities, and we ean
only say what we have mentioned nn
a former occnslon, that it is a proud
distinction to he editor of n paper
like Hie Craubrook Herald. That i.s
glory enough for any person.
Keep ont the .laps. Tbey will
never Iml Id up a great province.
The Liberals nf Marvsville appreciate the attitude taken bv Hie
Herald on the question ol Oriental
Immigration. The Herald is talking
for Uie future of the province as well
.is Hi:. present. If ihere he unre-
sirlcled Immigration -in this province, within five or len years the
whole country will Im* Kat-nni/cd. Iln
we wain that condition nf affairs to
exist here in a new province? Well,
we nuess not. This province should
he a white man's province.
If mn owe a dollar, rustle to pav
it. 'That dollar if started in circulation will come bail.' lu yuu as bmg as
yuu spend il al home. That is une
way In help ynur home town.
Keep nn huostilig Cranbrnok. It
will mate miiiicv fur vnu ami for your
neighbor.
The C. |\ II. yards in    Cranbrook
are considered the uenlesl of all along
the line uf the road jn lliiiisb Columbia.
The Herald pays llie biggest wages
uf any weekly paper in ibis province
and tin- money is spenl riglil here iu
Cranbrook. Who is tin* liusiiiess mau
whn sends east fnr his printing? If
ymi don't want tn give it to the
Herald give it tn Un* Prospector. Mm
by all means keep llie motley at home.
The home papers nre working fnr
your interest early ami late, and lhe
ieast that vull can do is In leelpln-
cate.
The Herald has the largest circulation of any weekly paper in the interior nf Brlllsh Columbia, and the only
weekly that has the nerve tn print
its circulation. The people who advertise have the right to know, and
tin* Herald lets them know. That is
business.
The Klku ,t ml Wardner correspondents of lhe Herald are the liesl in the
province, Thai is the reason that
thev wrile fni  the Herald.
THE HERALD ROASTED
M   T.  MeKAV, (IK TIIK CAHIAItV
CHINOOK. COMES HACK
Two weeks ago tbe Herald took
.\lr McKay, editor of the Calgary
Chiiiuuk to task, fur his grand stand
j declaration tbat he wnuld put the
number manufacturers of British Co-
llumbia into cuurt unless they reduced the price nf lumher, Mr. McKay
| did not like Uie criticism made by
•the Herald, nnd returns in an ahu-
jsive article on the Herald ami its
editor and closes his diatribe by suy-
lu-g that the Herald failed to deny
I that there was a combine. What, is
lhe use nf denying what does not
exist?      Tbe Herald knows, as    alt
I know, that there is an association lor
tht* advancement of the interests    ol
II lie lumber    manufat hirers,     So    is
| there an association in Alberta    and
British Columbia for the protection
nf the interests of newspaper publishers. And the Herald has no
hesitancy in saying lhat neither association is illegal or unfair, lf the
I editor nf the Chinook is su well Informed in the lumber business as lie
claims tu Ih*, bis a< tion is far more
leprelteiisible. The great majority
have attributed bis sensational ac*
lions   to an   Ignorance o( the    true
situation ami a desire to promote
his own interests as the publisher ut
a sensational paper.
Following is lhc article iu ipies-
liou:
WHO  IS M. T. McKAY.
lie is .nisi u plain, ordinary, every
day sort of man in the piiiuv of life
ami i.s the editor and proprietor ut
the Chinook. A Nova Smtian by
birth; he has all ihe determinations
and tenacity    characteristic of    the
I pie of  that     province. Having
hocked around the world fnr the
past twenty years be is probably as
good a judge nt human nature as
nm man in the west, No man in
ihe west is better versed iu the liiiu-
bei liusiiiess, as tie kiiiows it llini-
oiighlj iu all its details. Iu bis
present ncllon be i.s nut catering fni
nny political nr other odlce
ami is nui looking lot a scmi-
luiship as it is currently reported
th..i ,. certain Cranhrook editor    is.
He is uul   lied   In any  political parly
it tiKiii:-:! eorporatiixa neither is to
the nml uf the lumber kings. He
has, however, a firm conviction that
jusl ice is nol being done tu the public in this lumbei business am) has
the courage nf that conviction. Hence
his present act inn and the pnst policy
• >f his paper.
The Chinook wnuld remind the
lb raid that abuse is never considered
-■ood argument and that abuse of
\l T. McKay onlv shows the weakness nf the cause which the Herald
advocates,
insi ead of   indulging   in   personal
abuse nf the cdilnr nf Die It
we will now discuss some uf the
points whieh aie attempted tu he
made in  the Herald's article,
Mr, McKay never said lhat the
manufacturers nf tbis country are
millionaires, but be does sav that „t
the present late nf profit ll'uy are
making, they shall soon become such,
They may have had a hard struggle
In gel oti a basis where their liusiiiess was paying n legitimate profit,
but they wen- nut satislied with a
legitimate profit, hut wanted an
exorbitant profit, lie does not believe and says sn that the expense ol
lumber in this country has increased
from HI) to all per cent during the
past three years owing tn lhe increased price uf products that --le
purchased from ihe prairie, and that
these products are nUlong lhose that
have increased the greatest amount.
Any uue whn has lived on the prairie
fur ihe past three years knows that
the cost of the products to which
reference is made has Increased hut
slightly and some of them nnt at all,
during the past three years.
The Herald further claims that if
lhe price of limitier were exorbitant,
that lumber would he shipped iu from
tbe t'nited States, It, however,
forgets to state that a lumher trust
exists in the United States for the
purpi.se of keeping up the price and
there is great reason for the suspicion ihat the Caiiaillau combines
are nnly branches of the larger trusts
nu ibe olher side nf lhe boundary
line. Whether this he true or not
the fact remains that when, a few
years ago, a few cat's of lumber were
shipped into Alberta, ihese same
manufacturers petitioned the Dominion government to place a duty on
American lumber in order to shut
off eompetitiun anil protect the Alberta market from being encroached
upon.
Cranhrook is entirely a lumber
camp and railroad town and to
Ihese two factors il owes Its existence. The Herald being published
among the tall timber, is naturally
the friend nf the lumher manufacturers. It could not exist if it took
anv other course and its editor is
not so unselfish as to antagonize his
own interests to serve the interest-*
of ihe people of the prairies. It will
be noticed that he never denied that
an Illegal combine exists. He could
nut. for the simple reason that he
knows  Uiat   Ihere i.s such a combine.
The sneer that Mr. McKay Is simp-
ly looking for notoriety and to secure
a subscription list for'his paper is
unworthy of notice. The Chinook
Ims heen in existence ten months aud
Ims already a circulation nf t.'-flu
copies weekitv, which we lielieve is
double that nf the Herald's after
elirhl years' existence, iintwithstand-
Inc the "notoriety" of the Herald's
editor.
EDITORIAL CONVENTION
IN CRANBROOK
TIIK t.i ILL   DRIVERS WILL   BE
HEBE SEPTEMBER 1»TH
I'hnenix Pioneer: The Alberta Press
association will shortly do some-
Hum: out of the ordinary, even for
newspitiH'i men. The members will
meet in annual convention at Cranbrnok, B, C, This happens because
"Old Man'' Simpson, of the Cran-
binnk Herald, ami wlm is not a resident of Alberta, is president nl the
association. On September 13th Ibis
energetic Aggregation of pencil pushers will foregather at Cranbrook and
inspect the "Old Man's" banana Mt
in the neighborhood nf that town, nl
times when tbey are not discussing
how tn round up the delinquent subscriber, nr the best way lo boost for
one's own town. It is no small
compliment to the fourth estate of
this province that the annual convention for another province should be
held in British Columbia. Those
editors will have a jolly good time,
however, with Fred Simpson to pilot
them. And Cranbrnok will lose
nothing, one may he sure, through
the energy of the Herald proprietor.
<Jt ILL PCSHI'.RS TO MEET
The Moyie (B. C.) Leader:
The members of the Atherta Press
association will meet In Cranbrook on
Kr ida y, September 1M h. Several
Briiish Columbia newspaper men are
members of tho association, and V.
V.. Simpson of the Cranbrook Herald is the president. After Uie
business of the association is finished
the parly will make a trip to Cnlgary by way of the Kootenay lake,
Nelson, Arrow lakes, ami Revel-
stoke. Kor this excursion the 0, P.
R. has granted a rate of one cent a
mile. j
HILL & COMPANY
MR. HILL has spent the last
two weeks among the big furniture manufacturers of Ontario,
and has selected a stock that will
surpass anything in this line ever
brought to the Kootenays. What
is more, Mr. Hill has bought
right, being right on the ground, and will
be in a position to give the people of this
district the benefit of his bargains.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
A Line of Ladies' Waists for
$2.50
P. S.—Don't forget we sell the "20th
Century" Clothing, the best on earth.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
UNDERTAKING
A SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEIM1E OF IHE BUSINESS
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores
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WOOD FOR SALE
I have ne.'Uteil machinery for
sawing wood, and am now prepared iu contract fur Wood ol any
length, lu large or siuull qiiun-
titi.'M.
Out-of-town contracts t-nliuited.
For further part len lam atldrenn
R. S. HcNEILL
Craubrook, 11. C.
Drink Home Beei
It U Pure
It It Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co
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Cranbrook
Hotel *& <£
ant.lt Coalor. ■ Special!)
Ot*t S.tkllui ii Coinulliin
Nenrct to ...Irim,. a.ti.1 depot.    Hu tccommw..*
iIoiih for th. public untqu.llrd In Cranbrook
Hu. and Cold Biltit
Hogf-arth & Rollins
 Proprietor.
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CLINE'S POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is modcrnly equipped
to do just the best work in all
branches of the tonsorial art.
mi i iW. » ■-■ iii-.i. an .«(
Cranbrook
Livery &
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Teams and driven furnished fnr ,tty
point 1st tbt dlttrlct.
A. DOVI.B. Manager '
nn: t it.vMtnuoK niiliAJj-
LABOR
DA!
SEPT. 2
1907
MONSTER CELEBRATION
AT CRANBROOK
ABOUT $1,500.00 IN PRIZES
With Some Specials Additional
The Celebration will open in forenoon with a
BIG LABOR PARADE (entirely different from
former years), headed by Brass Band.
Afternoon Sports will be held on Recreation
Grounds, commencing at 1 o'clock.
See posters for particulars.
S. MACDONALD,
President
T. J. DORIS,
1st Vice-President
H. WHITE,
Sec'yTreas.
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i!  THE HEINZ PRODUCTS
ARE FAMED FOR EXCELLENCE
MIXED PICKI.KI
In
CATSUP IIOIISK IIAIIISH MANII.U.AY SAIVK
MUKTAIII1 DltKSSINll TOMATO CUUTXEY
SWEET M1XEI. 1'IOKI.KS,  (il'.HKlX.   AX11   I.nil.I. Ml l» .i:TS
UAKI a HKAXS
Esrellen™ I'nri.y
:: G. T. ROGERS' GROCERY STORE, Cranbrook
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ii   STEEL   TAPES
Wilh iloublo folding .Irish Imn.
tlio, nn.l nii.nl any length you
wish.
'l'l.,. prions you will Ilni] itieu
mii'ud lino.
Wntoh ..ur m itulowa uu
LABOR    DAY
ii J. D. McBRIDE
1| II.VIil.WAUl-: ■ CHANBHOOK, II 0.
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MIGHTON'S
CIGAR STORE
CIGARS
ASH
CIGARETTES
Wholesale and
Retail
S. J. MIGHTON
Tilt:   TOBACttHilSI'
Mull's soil shirts from 00c. tip.—
I', c. s.
..Ion's siiliilni'l slums In,in ;i .lullur
nil.—U.  C. S.
Men's Italbripn underwear- al fitie. a
garment.—., ('. S.
Mr. .in.l Mrs. .1. II. Afol.ii.l_ am.
ilnugliier Eilllli leturnc. last Suiuluy
in.in lltelr ni|i t.i Hi,- coast.
ii,.\. Hanson, ut Wasa, rolunu«l
Irotn S|tokant M.,inlay evening tun.
left  nn Ttiosil.iy for Ins Inntie.
!•'. c. Malpas, oi the -unuilliiii Dunk
:,., is visiting th..- in.lis iu
Hi ,.- liy this v.'iv..
nil
shirts Irom title, up.—
shoes Irom a .loll.tr
Hit- KI
M.llfliu
lia\
new
fn
lis     I'l.-llll
.1   K. llticltcroft Ims Un- contract.
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BEDS Springs
ii Mattresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Mais      Linoleums
;; Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLO ON CREDIT
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j! Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores, Ltd.
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SETTLED   AT   LAST
AMI   Till*:
:: FALLS   VIEW   HOTEL
MAR.VSVII.I.K., H. C.
IIm i-liuiiireil lunula.   Mm, M, Kii.ci.i.sr |« |iro|irlo.nroas.   'Nitf.  I.
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LOCAL  NOTES
PICKED  HP    ABO.'T    TIIE CITY
l.y a.sk.n.i yi'ESTIONS ok
MANY PEOPLE.
Men's snlt slur Is Iiniii line, up.—
C   ('. S.
Mens sin i   siloes  ft   a  dollar
lip.—c. c. s.
1*1. Keagiiu, of Marysville, wis in
.own List Friday.
M. Meltniis. ,»[ Cnlgary, was in
lown last Friday.
Men's hiillili^tin ituderweur ill flOO. a
I! lelil—.'. ('   S.
.1. F. Iliii-lii-|-,ifl visltoti Miiiyivllle
I,isl Monday evening.
II. ... Itennllct, nf Mayook, was in
tlie Oily last Tuesday.
Dave Orim.'l, ol .Villi Horse Creel.',
was in town yi^tet.lay.
(leorgo Laurie, of Crest,in, wus in
town tlie firsl of .lie week,
William Casey, the hermit of Hold
Creek, is in lown this week.
Arthur llein, ot Wardner, was a
CriiiihriHik visitor lasl, .Sunday.
It. 1-1. Iteullie ami .lames Kvnii
visilisl Wal.sll.irg las.  Tuesday.
Lorn Lairgin. of Hosmer, was in
town last Siimluy for a sliorl limn,
II. II. Hoss, of Waldo, paid Cranhrook a visit last Moiwhiy awl Tuesday.
A. II. Durrani, of Perry Creel.,
has Isvn In town several days .his
week.
.lames Eorgy, of Pembroke, Ont.',
Is Hie guest of his eous-ins tln> Misses
MoDull.
T. Mortal, spent a 1,'W days lasl
week with his brother anil Intnlly, A.
Mnltalt ol this eily.
".lack" Kyun, one of Warduer's
popular hotel men, spenl a lew days
in town litis week.
Paul Handle, came down front
Marysville Hie first of ihe week lo
look alter b.s business here.
I   Men's
*'. C. S,
!   Menu s'limuicr
iip.—c. c. s.
Men's bnlbrigan underwear at iuc. a
gurment.—■C, U. S.
A. Iv Walts, of Watlsburg, was iu
Mu* city on Monday slinking hands
Willi lus friend--. Mr. Wall*, louks
luoro like a candidate for tin* Doniiu-
luii house every day.
There nre quite a tut ut dogs in
town upun winch nu du-- tax lias been
l'u_d, and in all probability there will
he a day set lor slaughtering dugs
within u short time.
F. C. (Jumble, government engineer.
was in tlie city tbe past weet. inspecting iht; new government huildmg
and arranging tbe details tur main-
tt-iiaiii-i* and luroishing.
il.n.■  in,   lu-I   **«»tflr   I't-'Veber,     ul   Lolbbridge.
uf town     '$iuo  Parsed through tuwu last Monday uu
22-tf u's WaJ     borne   Irom Nelson,     and
"" _.   shook hands with many uf lus friends
°*  ! while the train stopped here.
,re |    The Water Works company hns pul
li, ils In a new connecting I'M"-    with    tho
., ,, . ..ii i  ,.  'Canadian     Wank of Commerce,    and
Mrs.    Colpman ami children    have    |iU.w, R (| su    ^     ..^    m
returned Irom Uie Loasl, where they   lw IIO trouble the coming winter,
have boon     visit im* llm     nasi     lew .    .... .        ■      »        ,   ,       ,.
W(ll.-.s ' When in tbe   city fur    Labor Day
I drop iu and see uur line uf Kooteiiuy
I.  P,   Kink    u'tunu-.l last  luesdny, tanges.     We will be pleased to show
you,     and   ijuole yuu   prices.     They
have a reputation.—Patmore Bros,
The Herald is in receipt ol the
news that .lames Iiill, ol Vuueouver,
Frt*| Honest left la
.isit     to ibe cast,
bat hia return pass
Furnished    house,
sale,
■nsli.
Friday for    a
It is rumored
ends fur two.    t
Mis
Sunshine turmiee for
(live us a chance to
i.n why if excel Is.—Pntmor
n trip to the Okaiingan country
where In* was buying bis winter supply  uf  potatoes.
c. p. Luml, one ol Uio lending lawyers ol Spokane, was in Uie city this
wceli in company witb his brother, I'.
Lund, ol Wardner,
Mi. an.l Mrs. Win. O'Heatu, of
ll.uihiiiy, s|ii*ni Sunday In Cmnbroota
Wftil Mrs. ll'lleain's paiinls, Mr
Mis, Joseph Mayeock.
is making a great success in the leal
estate business in Vancouver, and ts
getting in very good circumstances.
Frank Byron has lieen iu town   the
mt   past few     days, and says that    the
■ wet  weather has materially interfered    with    ihe brick making at     the
(leorgo Mend, manager «>i Un* * res- ,11>VV p|am  nS lht. eomi,,,,^ |,u8 ,„, ,jrv
Ion h.isehall club, was    accompanied j^iln.
l.v bis wife ami   Ihu on his trip     to
nib rook lasi Friday
Mr. Kvnns, who is now living in
Pineher Cm-li, was in Un- city several days this weeta on his return
from a visit tu the coast. ■
A. T. DUHnger, formerly ot Kiteh-
ener, but now a membei of the rail
way
ihis
liun.
ummissiun
eeK   loolclm
stall',
aftr
ili-
iu   tuwn
ent i|ucs-
fium Maui-
n New York
return to
lirst ot    Uie
Vuu bail better see us ahuut your
furnace for next winter. We * can
give ymi expert advice on steam, hot
water or hul air and um work is
guaranteed to give satUfwction.—
Pa i more Bros,
The remains of Fireman Perney
were shipped to New York last Fn-
ilav, and were accompanied to the
station by a large number uf sorrowing friends. B. McFarlane accompanied the remains,
DOO  l.tiST—(Hi   Frtilaj  aflenioou
last, small Fox terrier bitch, answering     to the name of   Midget;  white,
t0_  with Wtttk face ami ears.    Reward on
iheir wed-,Wr»n lonM»*. "•,% 11,ii[""'     ?2".
. I   It.  12,  Beattie visited fernie   last
Sunday.
Word has been mv
it.* Quiiln, who is nn
Cilv. Uiat he expeeli
Oranbrook ahoul the
munih.
Mr. ami   Mrs. 0.  A. Staples
turned last   Sunday fr
dine;  I rip.       Mrs.  Staphs  is  at   pre
sent,   visiting   ber    mother   nt Fort
Steele. I   The firm of   Campbell   A   Maiming
Mr ami Mrs. A. M. Terrill, of received an order from a Calgary firm
Calgary, wen* in the cilv the tlrsl of last week to ship them all ihe eur-
the'week the gnosis uf Air. and Mrs. renin Unit Utey could find in these
T, Caven. Mrs. Terrill is a sister ut l'i,1,s- Tlllls' l*M' reputation of Cran-
Mr. Caven. (brook as a fruit growing section   is
,' ,.  ,. ,     ,, .        „        'spreading.
Messrs.   V. Ilyile    Hater,    George, '      ,,   ., „    , ,     _,
IlugRarlh, Charles Edwards, Dr. .1.1 » B. MeCunly, secretary ot the
II. Kim* ami Charles Chapman left »• of L. F. ami K., requests the
last Monday for n fishing trip to Uie HeraM to oxtend the ihanks of Um*
Old Man river. members uf llial organization for tli
Mrs. II. C. Coleman, wife of Super-
iiili'iidenl Coleman, of Nelson, and
her sister. Miss Minnie (it'atit, have
been Uie uursls "f I he Misses Leltch
the past few days.
W. II. Burton has severed bis connection with the Kast Kootenay Luui
her company'h   olflce .iml  lefl
evening for Fernie, where he h;
eepled a   posilion     with tlie     Wood
McNab Lumber company.
members uf Uml organization u
niiniei'uus floral tributes un the occasion of tin* funerals of the members
uf iheir order held last Thursday.
Word has been received thai     Bev.
McKillop, uf liOthbrhlge, died at   his
home the flrsl uf   lhe week.       Itev.
MeKil'up was well known here where
liis-t   be vi.siietl   Uie  Hiemner  family  many
ae-  limes, ami liis many friemls here will
receive the news with a feeling ot in-
i tense sorrow.
FOR   A   CHANGE     \
PICKLED PIGS' FEET
PICKLED PORK
SALT SALMON
SALT HERRING
|   P. BURNS «t CO., Ltd.
PHONE NO. io
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ii Groceries and  Crockery
I hnve received a large shipment ol TEAS, including
BLUE RIBBON, MARIGOLD AND LIPTON.
Alroaspeoiallitiec* ROYAL SHIELD TEA a. 40,-.
PHONE
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J. flANNING
ARflSTRONQ
AVENUE
Fm- hotels ami lumher camps tbe
double oven famous steel range, mad-
by the McOlnry Mfg. Co , ai Patmore
Bros.
The Herald printed a largo bunch of
private postal cards loi Uie enterprising firm nl Dealt- & Rlwell this
ft'eek. This firm is always looking
lor someUrfng u(Mo-date, ami then
tb-> come in the Herald to get it
done, for up to date ideas naturally
loin- |toople tu the Herald office.
F. II. Piersun, ol .laflr.iv. left last
week fur bis old homo iu Aker,
Sweden. Mr. Plcrson left there abuut
sixteen years ago ami has not own
back since,    llis father ami    mut tie i
are Still living .md he is going haik
to see tbem before it is too lale, and
t-xpeeis in bo away about three
months,
Tin- ladles of Cranhrook should hear
in mind that (bey can get modern
visiting cards ai tho Herald ofliee.
The price is- tl (or a box ol fifty or
$1.50     for       two    boxes.       The
Herald is i-i|iujipt',l with lhe latest
styles ol type fur this work, and
rallies a stuck ol cards that are ol
Un* latest make. In Cranbrook it
is iierrssai- (ur the ladies io have
visiting cards, ami to write lb?m is
vei y mm-h nut uf vogue.
Then* are many complaints about
the     ircegularlty ol    the Kimberley
Ham.      'f'he  lime ful   leaving   is   • ,30
iii tlie morning, hut the tram seldom
leaves at itol time, in fact, on many
iiiiiisiuiis it loaves one or mure hours
later.    What Uie public complain   of
is the fact that they are unable to
nml out what time the train will
leave, as no Information is posted on
the bulletin bojid. which makes it
rather inconvenlenl lur tin* natrons ol
tin, branch of the road
Francis McConnell, a (ormei Cranbrook boy and sun uf P. McCoimi-ll,
proprfetoi .-( thp Island hotel at
Waldo, is making nulla a record for
himself m coast athletic sports. Dn
July ui bo captured several firsts In
tho Vancouver sports, mention of
whieh was made in a previous issue
rf the Herald. On August second at
the Caledonian sports in Vancouver
he won first place in the 2_.i. yard
e and was one of the leain that
won the relay race. On the 14th at
the police sports he won second place
in tin* Ho yard race and third place
in the running! broad jump, jumping
1(1 feet.
One of tbe prettiest entertainments
ever given in Cranbrook was the dane-
Ing party at Uie home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lclteti last Friday evening.
A platform was placed nn the lawn
iu fronl of the house and fur several
hours il was tilled with merry daiic-
l, li was a pretty scene indeed,
lb Ibe electric lights and Chinese
lanterns, while near at hand was a
tent wiib comfortable chairs for tho
ileineii to use as a smoking room.
A boil I twelve o'clock refreshments
Wero served and then the dancing was
resumed. 'Die guests had a most
enjoyable time and were loath to
leave for their homes even when tho
hour grew late or rather early. THE CHANBHOOK   11 KHALI)
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News of the District   MM
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned irom Newspapers
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Irlko anu tohac
i     co plains
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(Krom out own correspondent)
t  tin- Roosvillo t*.,>.!,
•lilt pack nutliis for
,lm.   Slcphens,
ol Morrissey, Sv,
Mlnm, anil .Iim
t'ltlengo, Iml    ii,.
.loe I rtillilreit
nml Mrs. M.   \.
lumliln hotel Snf
Hi.. Potter Palmer
ittlott ami Morrissey
, lale    ol
Igiiry. Mis.
its of   Mr.
Of  till'  .'.,.
Slephei
SI.,if anil
tli,- tu.inula
tli,. party
(•one about
(Ul   t
M.-llt
Mellol
lilav.
f u.n
on Itle
nl tloath pi
(grabber
ssi-s   .lilll
lively now
,- mi for .n
K.
Athletic
lie going around
liiiinl us Iii.; us il
Hurry, old boy.
it belongs ami
.1   \.,u fur your
Man Iff. .
ami lull of II
is a pestili-iii
I.il   I,i often
Society in
nnil will nu
wliile.
Tlie secretary i'1 'I'
association seems lo
with a burden nu his
haystack, Unload
Uiat (lull.(iii where
tin- Lord will ri-ivu
kindness.
It's a waste ol .soap to wash u
donkey's head.
Tlicro is nu excuse for lite people ot
Kcrnie crying over watered milk,
alter reading facts published iu the
.Iranbrook Herald ahoul tin- ilaylighl
robbery of sir.ii.un from Hm ' Klko
li.fflull leant, Augusl .".tli. The liusiiiess 1.14-1, oi Kcrnie subscribed that
money uud every business man in
Kernie knows that Klko won thai
money lair uml square, and il lite
business men ,.l Kcrnie an- going tu
he run hy u lew brassy iumvidunls
wit'li casl iron gull   and   shoe siring
bunk itccoilllls, then just iis sine as
(lull   made    the Imsy    lillle Iff litiin|i
ilself each shilling hour will Klku go
utter them like a Kentucky colonel
..iter corn juice. Vuu uie lhe lust
wail ol a eayote dying in the dun
itislanee when M  cullies I., sport.
slopped
lull .li.-s
pair ..t t
Klko am
Sort hei ti   I
as il he'd
1 ie sir
Mrs. K. II.
ami general
I,.i ,u a sh.
■ If ml,fif
from Hi
.   I'.     II
a I If i in
suit, u  h
-k eaine
illl
into Klku
mid     left
inda,    Iuu
bought      a
si-hull cup and   n
He returned tu
south on lhe    (Irenl
Hie   lull   pines,   looking
|,|,,-.l his hack bom- (or
'rnio and Hosmer,
i-.-k liilinting    .he
uml pieklug biui-
lioutevaids      and
bauds  with     old
Mr. .lui(is, of K
as iu  Klko Ihis  i
tire nit- oI I len vet
i|ue.s along lhc
groves uml shaking
nc(|ualntauccs.
Mi. I'.ockhart, of the Triles Wood
company, came down lo K.lko Hits
week and ill cwtsenucncc trout are a
drug on Ihe uinrkel. Hi- pulls lhc
fish out of Hu. river wilh such complacent coolness thai ii would make
..Id Isank Walton sizzle with envy.
There's lots ol    people wilting     (o
help burv a dead   man, lint wouldn't
i' a  live man a crust ol bread.
Slill there's in.
\   funnel
I'lllins,      hu:
II)  Whieh la
'•KSs u  y
Ihe  1*1 v ii
-ni, could  hu
outh   lock   hen,
helpful indeed.
.lohn  Molt, ol Hie II,
Klko,   was     a     I'd uie
week).
The Hock ('nek mills
unable lo get cars.
. fallow,
isvllle, T'oha
it Ihal   ii
twenty 111..If
house
tin
Then, was a ma
tne dollars for s]>
ill-law. II llial i
ir liable to he fun
Ma
iloha Unci
iking his niotlici
all il costs Ihet.
(el vwhcle.
South     Kusl
,-r.      He keeps
ine: nroufid I
line duy he
then down
apple count
The greatest hero in
Kootenay is the Inxpaj
the government going.
W. ('. I.eiK.ey Is Jump
a liy on a hul' cinder,
in New Westminster,
ftoosvlllc, lhc his led
ueioss to Tobacco Plains,' to (int.-
up lu Jalfrny, oul lu Hock Creek
down to Kcrnie, coming home Sumlnj
io change his clothes and set uc
ijiialnted wilh liis family,
There was a young lady so nice
Who     wus     WOOCll      hv   a   guy   called
Ilice
When lie asked fur a kiss
This up-to-date miss
Said     "Nil,"   you don't    (ill    much
ice.
The Impossible docs nut exist.
AI ;. recent Slav wedding iu (.Id
Town, Kcrnie, "Among lhose prc-
senl" were 'S.l'i guests, a brass band
am! sixteen kegs of beer.
Mrs. Frank Mlnlwr nml sun Mil-
Ion, of Eureka, Montana, stopped
over in Klko renewing old acquaia-
tiinccs and left fnr Kimherlcy on a
visit lo Mrs. ..ones.
The  wet spell  in Elko made everv-
thynir so quiet lhat wl i drummer
.nut oft tin. train the cows came homo
In hear the news.
ISi-nrgc Millet I, manager of lhc
Columbia hotel, made a short visil
In Kernie tbis week.
Armlstevil, of Crnnbrook, lhc gold
leaf   sign    writer, is painrtn. maple
Hollnonk. posl mlstrosi
merchant, lefl tor Spo
.It   lisit   lllis week.
|. iico.tincii. proprietor of the
Island Park Sutuini-r resort, near
W.i.do. Wiis in Klko several limes
ihis week.
MOYIE
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(Fr«m the Moyie Lender.)
iHlWOOd   is  at  present    iu
very       largely        ai tended.      The
lay        was most beautiful
nul everything that could be desired
by the people from Fernie. Many uf
iln* visitors dime out into the eonn-
but the majority pienieed at the
falls. Some uf Hie men s'H*iit the
lav lishiiii*. but tbey larked both the
bait and laeMe for these waters.
Tin* yoiiin* gentlemen from Ferule
I'liptninod bv young Lord Dudley, ,
played the Klku Timers Imseball. The I
■liim' wns a wind one and both
learns well   matched and resulted in
a draw, fl to II,      Afler lhe g  the
Klko Tigers too1,- uu a collection and
handed the players from Fertile 13.110, |
Th* ti.»ii hoys furnished lemonade for
il.<* players and the Hoffman bouse
Wive them a fni' dinner. Manager
Mrl-.'wen, uf thr Klku ebaiiipions umpired the game tu the entire salix-
fnellon of ihe visitors. The Methodists of Fernie are a sociable lot and
Wi* hope thei will come tu Klku several mure times this summer.
Harold
Mexico.
U.   A.   Fr,
llowiiess,     V
Monday.
S.   F.   M..
brook this
Interests,
representing A. C.
up    from   Cranhrook
as   up   from
looking afte
Kd*.\.ir.t Klwell,
Klwell, ol    »
iwn between tn
I.iism-11 Unwke,
nrouuil ito Leadei
v.ualiuii, an.l is 1
.il Kiugsgali*.
The liinn'
lhe hiisiiu-s-. IIH'II
well pleased will
Im vlii(* cbfipien
On the Uiih uf e
Pinkhain,
Hank uf
The injured man was removed to the
Fernie hospital.     He will recover.
Development work on the new
mines at Carbonado was seriously interrupted this week by a large gumbo
slide whieh completely covered Uu*
mouth of the tunnel. The seam of
coal inlo whieh the tunnel leads is
one ol tbe best yel uncovered In this
dislriel ami those in charge expeel lo
have eoal for shipment lu n few
days. _
Our     contemporary   had    a little
I rouble un its bands' the other     day
,liin"(wheii the manager, Mr. Frank Slter-
'"s  imiii, was out uf town, which    canto
I nearly finishing its   career so far   as
'giuil7.nl labor   was concerned.     It
ems Iheti' WUS a Utile balance colli*
I* lu out  .ihi    friend "Hie   enemy"
hen he turned tbe paper ovei lu the
IMiners' union and he sized it up Ib.n
iceiieriil utility mini  ,hjs ttiis „ fftVornhle inomiml  to nri
ollice, is Inking   a |IUI,H |„s   piuylhlng ami    Incldenttilly
llttlllg in his    time   jjjp,   ,,„,„ ((„.   ,-„. p.,,,,,,,  -,),    si,,, „.
lllllll  handed bim  a  short  lime     ago.
Thr law »as accordingly Invited and
lhe bailill   pul   in Hi.il u,i* willi -nstine
lions   lu llllOW   I e  to steal      the
pirss.        Mr.    Kckstelll, the MIlielB1
licitur, offered good securlly hn Hie
.mini*,     but  it  was no g
ul lhe hm
aiihrook,
nr, Weilnei
uf lie.
day.
Hie  SI
uf   llll
Hie   I
ashed
each hm
mer
Kugene ami
luwu seemed
i'W system of
un paydays
nib	
sisla
Mr I.undy, the
Fernie, was hiivii
Monday.
nuil
state man. of
Klko scenery
Kd. Itiehard
came in from
Wi nt  up to Ci
and Frank Ingham
lite bit* pineries anil
iiihrook.
C. C. Snuwdun, uf llu
i HI company, id Fernie, wi
ihis week.
Standard
s in Klku
I'he Klko
en dales
sbing tu
opera
uuxl
make
house has several
mouth. Managers
a hit should apply
Ue weie     called    hald-lit-adcd     lasl
week hy a missing link hailing   from
Fi-mie, who had bail on his head as
long as a goal. We hold statist its
iu prove ihal uu buldheuded man has
■Ver been known to go insane. Thai
lack of hair is a preservative against
.11 manner uf pulmonary diseases.
That criminals of all classes are
noted fur Hieii growth of shaggy hair
usually straight up, and Lhat bald-
lieaded     mt u   in  all      times and ages
have si I   fur     beiievoleitee.    iniel-
leetuul ripeness and law-abidiu1*
ipialities.     "Come again blockhead.'
Hig .Iim MeKee's special train of
expert engineers, bridge builders and
Portland cement workers passed
through Klku this week lur High
Itiver, Alia.
F. H. Hawthorne, of Nelson, was
in Klku this week, duin*- Hie nld
Mnunnlcr act. on l-oi-b Catherine, but
was called down by Sanders, of lhe
House of Kurds.
Hamsaiiwich Hank arrived in this
neighborhood on Friday to remain
an indelinilc time.
A Socialist ceases to be so when
bis own property is in ipiestlon.
The     Oro.it
pi uia Is every
loxford tu Fei
Nnrlhern is   running
few hours now     from
nie, It. C.
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I        WARDNER X
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(From our own correspondent)
Mrs. St rang and son, of Lethbridge, arrived in town ou Sunday.
Sim and Mr. Strang will take up
housekeeping in one of lhe company's
n*w cut lanes.
Mis. Martin and daughter Verio,
pent last Weiluesday with Cranbrook friends.
It    was so   hot iu   Klk
thai    the people   had
hens on    cracked    ice
Irom laying cooked egg;
lasl week
feed   their
keep    them
Walter     and
1'ero in Klko a
Miss   Maggie (iibso
few days last week.
leafs and lelte
Itoosville Cnsh
l*:iko.
.iim Cameron
nurlh counti v .i
httle.
yard high
Store building
in fm
lestim-
At Hun Mutt, general manager of
the MoM-Houltun Saw Mill company,
Klk moil Hi and Pine Tree creek, was
in Klku the other day with Fred
Ron.  plotting ngnlnsl   the  whites
Fred Roonoy, of the Arlington
hotel, and Mr McNab, locomotive
engineer uf ihe Ureal Nnrlhern, of
I.elhhhd-r, were Klku \isitnis this
week.
II is expected that the Home Rank
will open up a branch iu Klku as it is
une of thu best points in liritisb
Columbia. This will be a boon to the
bi^ mills south.
W. A. Frost, ol the Frost Investment, company, Eureka, and Craubrook, was in Klko this week and
told the writer liis eompany would
commence work at once on the development of the in,mm acre block
ihey intend dividing up into small
fruit farms. A large ditch will con-
tin- water from Koek creek for
irrigation purposes, and fruit far beyond the wildest dreams of specula-
lion will lind a remunerative market
in the coal towns along the Crows
Nest Pass and Alberta. The Sheep
mountain copper mines will be rivaling iu output the Amalgamated, of
Unite, and an electric railroad will
Ire hauling tbe ore to the sine! tint*
works at  Klko in the near future.
Sarah Barnyard bet Jane Cake-
bread one dollar and fifteen cents
that she couldn't bake decent soda
biscuits. Tbe said biscuits to be
tested hy the Fernie Athletic
soclatlon.
Messrs. Hell, Complon, H'ray ami
nillls, uf Claieshulm, Alberta, spenl
a week iu Klko, and a liner bunch it.
wouhl he bard in lind. Its no wonder llial Claiesholni is a progressive
loWll, It the above is a sample of
Claiesholni men we see a bright fu
hue for Ihe town. They intend ro*
turning in the fall and tbey can sure
depend un a royal welcome any old
lune tbey come lu Klko, with no
country tuck in il.    Come early and
an.id   Ihe lush.
,(   Mi
A.   M.     Andrews,
Rank of Commerce, urai
a few hours in  Klko Ur
tiveen   tr
visit   lo Krai* and Island Park.
■ Canadian
unk, spent
week be-
short
Cant      Marshall    *
emnibie, uf Kimland,
are    registered   a I
Klko.
id Cant. Abet
near Yorkshire,
lhc      Hnlel   llr
Yon don't know ito depths of grief
and loneliness unles*. yon have been a
bov .md lost a dot* that yon found
with a bit of clothes linos round its
in-ek wandering the streets,
Diamond Dick wenl south Hie nlher
dav and will hn absent mil II lie returns.
F.   .1.  Watson,  P!s»| , of Fernie, and
The Klko baseball team will be
hampieted by lhe ladies tomorrow
(Friday) evening, August 2-ird, at the
pavilinn iu the eottonwood grove,
neat the falls. Mr. (lien Campliell,
f Fernie, is in charge ol the aflair
ml intends making it a red letter
Klko,   assisted    by Manager
■ takes  all   .It
ho him to t
lions huvi
iu Hi.' St.
[and bis a
j hands* in
I while the
men are p
.can have
Then thos
'posits or
.1   F. M. |mj
if Hie    Imperial n|,a| grenl friend nf organi7.nl   lnbm
Cranbrook, with  ,„„sl -,aVo |,ts play Hi inn buck nr   tin
us lo Moyie    and   ,„ ,v ,,* mice and il  looked for
- that an* presented: while' as if be    was unlng io    ha
ashed.     Aceommuthi-   ||iin_;s bis     own wav. but Mr.    Kek-
tilied up fur his use sl,.j„ flna|ly succeeded in raisitu*    the
KugOlie ollice,  and here he   nnioUlll   and   LllllS saved   Hie paper for
dstaitt    wmk like harvest. (ho union.
Manitoba    wheat     Held 	
ien are heintr, paid oil, The \ miner named Diaper has pur-
id bv iheipies, which they chased len acres nf land at Cokato
ishcd right nn the spot, which'he will cultivate fur markiel
su desiring can make de- nardenini*. Isaac Moseley «s also
nsaet any other business negotiating for a tract at Uio   same
in the banking line.     Last Salurday  place.
over 4IH1 men received cheques at the
St. Kugene ollice, and    these cheques
iu all amounted to $38,50(1.
McKwen. The baseball team will
pei'nriii with limelight effects that
new comedy in one act, entitled:
The Holdup on Civic Holiday,1
Wlm stole the Purse?" Everything
is free. .lesus pays for it all. A
wi Iconic tn all.
The building nf Movie's new lire
ball has lieen placed in the hands nf
C, C. Farrell, C. A. Foote and K. t).
Kamm, with H. Campbell as an ex-
nfliein member of the committee. The
committee lias full power In act, and
\ (tbey will have creeled the livst pos-
" sihl'o building with the amount of
funds thev have nu hat
thev arc ' aullioriznl
Mr. T. II. While has rostgnnl his
position with tbe Trites-Wood Co.,
and will leave tbe first nf September
fur Wesi Kootenay, where be expects
lu i*o into business. Lack uf high
school facilities iu Fernie is tbe main
reason for Mr. White and family leaving town.
Little Dolly    Mns
Isaac Moslev, met
Does lhe
Sundays.
Kurd's Dav Act.'     Not ou
Mr. Dan McDoiii*all, until tocotttty
in ployed with ihe Crows Nest. Pass
Lumher company, left nu Salurday
morning fur lhe jlulkley valley. His
friemls here wish him every success.
Shot  in tbe     ear," exclaimed    a
Manitoba farmer, as lie gazed on   his
|i!dly growing field of No. 1 bald.
.Mr. and   Ml*
ist Wednesday
IL  II. Bohart spent
in Fernie.
Heaven help the man who imagines
he can dodge enemies by trying to
please everybody? If such an Individual ever succeeds pass him over
his way, thai we may have one look
tl his mortal remains "ere he vanishes
iway, for surely tbis earth cannot he
liis abiding place. Now, wc do not
infer that one should he going through
this world trying to find beams to
knock and thump his head against,
disputing every man's opinion, elbowing and crowding all who differ from]several days,
him. That, is again another extreme. Other people bave their
opinions, so have you. Don't fall
into Hie error ol supposing tbat they
will respect you more for turning
your coat every day, tn match Hie
color ol theirs. Wear your own
clothes iu spite of the weather,
storms aud sunshine.     It costs   the
beyond tin
contract an
ceed $2(111.
will he slurli
lev, daughter    of
willi a very pa 1 till.     In    fact ful accident  while crossing lhe track
no   slightly I the other dav.    The little girl   was
money on hand, and to running when she stumblnl and    fell
to   ex- with    her full   weight upun her arm
building  breaking it in two places.     She was
taken Iti the Fernie hospital     where
her injuries were attended tn.
iidehtedm'
Wnrk
d at once
nl
nil     the
The four mon Mis' old dnughter of
Mr. and Airs. Thus. Summers died
Monday nlgbl after a lingering illness.
The funeral was held Tuesday anil
was ipiite largely attended. ' Mrs.
Summers wishes iu thank those ladies in Moyie wlio su kindly came to
her assistance durinn the time their
services were so much needed.
The excitement
Iuu much fur oh
Koolemty's nu
politician.      He
lull
f pavday provnl
■Sullivan," East
hard     ;iii(i[
now     doing
luui at Cons 1fthie U.mill's Kceloy
instil tile and Hie peuple have not
listened to his melodious voice singing the praises of .loe Chamberlain
fur several days.   Later—He's out.
Mrs. Noon, mother of Mrs. V. .1.
Campliell, left yesterday for her borne
lu Seattle. Mrs. Campbell accompanied her as far as Spokane.
Mrs. C. A. Foole, who has lieen in
the hospital at Crnnbrook fur a few
days, is home again.
The recent wet weather was a
serious handicap to those putting up
hay ou their places south uf town and
up at Swansea.
Mrs. (Dr.) llarvie, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. Seabrook, left Tuesday for Montreal, where she will remain for Iwo or three months, Dr.
llarvie went as far as Fertile with
them.
.1. II. Unwke is out of luck again.
Monday nighl while ou shift at the
mill his clothing caught on a set-
screw aud he was given a severe
twist before he succeeded in extricating himself.     He will be laid up    for
A well worded petition is being
circulated asking tbe government, to
repair the wagon road south of
Moylc for a distance of ten miles.
Needless to say there are no refusals
to sign. There is great need of some
work being done on this road, as the
means of travel for those living soutll
Irresolute ten times the trouble to (of Moyie is almost shut off since Uio
twist and shuttle than it does honest,C. P. It. have begun fencing their
manly independence to stand. track.    Tho    petition has been   en-
——. jdorsed   by tho Board ot Trade,   ami
A very successful piciiic was held copies liavo been ordered sent to
oil Friday afternoon last. Promptly I Premier McBride, the Lands and
nl lhe hour appointed all met nt tlie IWorks Department, .1. P. Arm-
appointed place, Irom which point ] strong, ami lo Dr. King, our repre-
thev wore lo be conveyed in wagons sentntlvo.
to Parker & Thorp's mill, about two
and a halt miles out of town. Upon
arrival everything possible was done
to make all present enjoy the outing.
Various games and swinging was in-
dulged in until time for lunch. After
ample justice was done to thu good
tilings provided, the remainder of the
evening was spent in races, alter
which all repaired lo their homes,
having spent ii very pleasant and
plod table afternoon.
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(From the Fernie Free Press.)
The Baker Lumber company mill
at Krag has a new re saw at work
which will Increase their output In
7.1,011(1 leet dally.
Tbe work of I ear lug down and removing the nld court house commenced on     Monday and the excava-
iii for the new building will commence Immediately.
At a largely n-Hcnded mooting    of
Orangemen held in    Ferule the other
evening it was decided lo re-orgnnlv.o
ml put Fernie lodge ou a good substantial footing.
The Rldenii Lumber eompnny. of
Dorr, B. C, ate neltinn into shape
or the fall ent. This eompanv Is the
latest to come - into Hie field opened
hy the Ureal Northern.
S.  F. Wallac.
from a trip   li
where be has
timber claims.
returned on Tuesday
the Creston district
secured eighteen    flue
AI. Farqubnrson, employed at the
Cedar Valley mill, met with a painful    accident"     by   tailing   between a
iiple of cars the other day. He
received a severely sprained ankle and
his knee was badly injured.
W. R. Hiiiity.
t'lmilinmK  11. ('.
I'imi-ral   Uirei'Lir
When You
Come to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Roc ken dor I
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$i.oo   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
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linn McDermid, mayor
was iu Klku this week.
nf Morrissey,
There was a bin demand for Cranbrook Herald's in Fernie August nth,
caused by Hie terse remarks it contained abuut Oh* hold up August 5th.
To supply Hie demand of their friends
Hie Klko baseball team Is having
5,000 copies iu a circular letter
si ruck ..fl for distribution.
Walter    Gibson,   well   known    In
Cranbrook, seems    to have a     lead
pipe cinch on Hie hig fish iu Ihis district, and ean he seen any old    time
at all looking like the cod liver    oil
mail with a pack load of char on his
back weighing from 10 pounds lo 15   ...
pounds   each,   and says   he will fish (until
any   man In   British   Columbia    fur here
money, ch
preferred.
Mr. Luml, ot Spokane, Is spending a
few days with     bis brother, Mr. P. '
Luml.  ' j
The western farmers console them-
sehi-s ihat if the crop is short they
will nol have to pav so much for
help. I
Mrs. H. Lindsay    returned a
days ogfl from Spokane, where
went to    consult an OOCltllsl.
eye is very mueh improved.
lew
stie !
Her
ilk or marbles.    .Iim Bates
,    .,.   „ ,,   ,   ,,        „,„,     The Methodist chinch picnic     Irom  braiy ball
several   eastern    capitalists nulfUted   Fernie to Klko,     August 19th,     was   welcome.
.1. L. dales and Tom Heck met
with ii little experience white out
fishing on Wednesday of this week
which they will not likely forgot in a
hurry. They were up thu Elk as
far iis Olsen and having decided to
cross over to the other side launched
themselves and their Ashing ouifli ou
a raft. All went well until Ihcy
--ot out, into the middle of the current when their raft struck a Ion, up-
seitinn >l and throwing them into the
river. Afler a terrible struggle
against the current both men flnn-lly
succeeded in net I inn ashore minus
their wading hoots, fishing rods and
—— i the    rest of their    outfit which went
A party ol men from town went up down the stream.
lo Bull  river on     Salurday evening' 	
ami camped for the night in order to ;   The     Ferule   police commissioners
be ready for a n"""! day's fishing   ou  have engaged Mr,  A.  Pciuivcuiek   as
Sunday.       Tbey returned horn*    on chief    uf    police.      Mr. Pennycuick
Sunday evening not very heavily load-  comes    to    Fernie from Lethbridge,
cd with their catch. (where he held an important position
I, | in the Northwest Mounted police. He
Mr. Armstrong, gold commissioner,  bas lieen with thai force tor the past
of Cranbrook,     accompanied by Mr.   fifteen years, and has secured u splen-
QnmMe, government Inspector    and did reputation as a first-class officer.
Mr. McNish, road inspector, were   in i ——■
town Saturday evening, viewing thei   A (langcroUB accident occurred    nt
river, regarding the proposed   ferry.  lho KJk Lumber company's mill    on
BBir ^S'aSLHH Jt!ff..*_H_! Tuesday morninc when floury Munk-
witz, a millwright, narrowly escaped
death,     lie was employed pulling on
  a hell     when his clothing In    somo
maimer got    caught  on    the   shaft.
A dance will to   given in the   Li-  Every stitch of clothing except    nls
this Friday evening.   All  boots were torn from his body and ho
received    a terrible cut on the head.
bridge
the Kootenay Central roaches
It is thought that another
ill nol he'necessary.
Boarding School
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Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kiu.U of fluid, work, in
way of door., window., transom., etc. Kiln dried lumlier
(or iu.ide work. Our work i.
Kuarauteed and our price, are
satisfactory.    Scretm   doors
Rough a-nd Dressed Lumber
For Sale
11 tnki'ii fn-.-ly
The Truth About Scotch Whisky
1*1115 siitus. nn.l moat rofrasliing ,,f nil Iwveraw. is Wliifky nml s,„lu. i i
« here wine, uml other HiinnilniitH nre li.rliliW.n, Whisky, illlii.ed <'
Willi 80111(1 Hllllnhl. iiiincrnl „r ;„>ral.-il wnler, nml |„,.H,-rilt,.,l l.y u
pliysluinti nl thu |iro|>ur time, Imn always u highly beiietii-iul effect.
Scold, U'hluky Imn long lieon sckiiowlwl|j«l the l«.t.   ii |,u„ almost ,
entirely Blljwrsclluil Ki h llrnii.lv over the greater |_rt of the world. ' '
I'hiw if ..(villi: l.i tin- skill nn.l .-nre whii-h  iurve, „[ recent  venm   Im-i-ii ' '
devoted lo blooding.   Malt WhUky. l.y itself, milei. very old, la heavy
ami ttiipuliitalilu,and it. extremely hurtful to tiie digestive organs when ,,
ttrutn Whisky, however, ..eltig mn.le {mm tlie Itnesl g
iniilt.-il I.m lev, nml dlstllteil |.,ucii, nllv inire l.y modern a|i|iiianees, is ,,
lle.|U..|lll\    l.ll.feill'.l,    No Mluligei   evidence of   iis   purity cull  he glvoll I ,
lllllll    HllS,    ll.lll    flf   „f    ll
Knglund has ti.nl t'nmli
.st eminent 1'iofessorH of .hemlati-y in < »
tin Whisky for nearly thirty years. '"
"
< ■ nf spl
Till! hhilldlng ..I Mull ..mill  Whiskies has within recent icii.s l. in . ,
tcliiccil 1,, u science, ll.c ,,-snll I g a cniliiuuti,,,,  which no,i.is tl.e < I
heiivincs of Ihu " III Mall " Whisky and imparl, u ills.iucl delleaey („ ' •
lhe I'.l I.    II use  I-..11.   kiiuls musl I, ,,. age.    Nothing is liu.-lisi ' '
limn Mull Whisky uiiuniliired.
"The I. l.n Wluu ami Splill Trade lie, I," nl sth May, Inn:., in "
discussing the recenl  lloveisy r.gal.ling "nil mall" Whisky,suvh I
' ll i li ii. I.f I- .' I Ihnl   llie llglllllhlll aiistu an te.or.l
ii.u fill uc.ll' ivu I11.-1.-.I on 11 vli,-  Hues 11 ivna, ns il I,,,,,,...
limn hleiiil. nl m i ii io'i.ii laali'wi i, iireiiii' uinlli
i-:i.hi,i.f.i il,„, .„||  |,    u  iVsiiiil.l,.. nn.l (lie Ki.mIisIi -i,.iiiii,I,,
W -ti I'i,.flf I mn .ff.ilili Distilleries,'fuiiioiiH foi .hull makes
i.l Mull Whiskies, uud uc hold enormous slocks ..I lulll klmli '•
" KINO GI:ORGE IV."
ia ii piire'l.lctiilcil Scnlch Whiskv, giinrunleed   lur Age. qnnl.tv and
llnvnr.   Ii never varies.   Ii hns nhialneil i...1.1 Medals (tlighes. Awards)
wh v-ur u\hil.ile.l  in petition wilh other Mends.   For Genere.1
Table 1,'sc il nliin.is wilh..in u rival.
UUSUItVH CAIilflTI.I.Y   Al.l.  l.AIIKI.S, CAPSI11.KS,  CKH'lTKl-
CATKS AMI COUKS, AND Tilt's A VOU.
INKKKIOK IMITATIONS
"KINi;   lil'.oliiiK"  WHISKY is known everywhere, hut slu.nl.I
i' there I... ntiv illtlluidty in nbtaining it, please send ua a postcard for our
wrest Agent's name ami address.
Wc ids,, sell CA1.KDOMAN, reeogulied as one ol ihe beat.
;; DISTILLERS COHPANY, Limited;
il P. RITHET & CO., Ltd.
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LUMBER
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kin a, OI
Rough and Dressed Lumber I'HK OltAMSIfOOK HlillAI.I)
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
D1STR1CT OF   BAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Peter W. Ninnes,
o. Winnipeg, occupation, I'lcrk, iu-
teuds lo apply lor permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile west ol Ihe south-west corner
o. Lot 4144, (Iroiip I, .hence north
Nil chains, thence east 811 chains,
Ihence south 80 chains, thence wesi
8ii chains to poinl of commencement
snd containing lilll acres, moro oi
less.
I'eter W. Ninnes. I,oca tor,
Per Frank Fletcher, Agenl
Dated .Inly 4, 11107. .8 III
rllANI.lt.HIK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice Hint Tbe Boss S.iska-
lonii l.umliei .'oitipauy, Limited, o.
Lumber Mnnufne.urers, intend to apply lor n special timber license over
tin- billowing descriheil lands:
Commencing ut a post, plniiled ut
the N. W. corner of l.ot 1120!.; .hence
norlh ulong the west line
o.        l.ot        7711. 40      chnins,
theuce west ..... ehains,
Ihence soutll -BI chains, tbenee   enst
Hill chains to the place ol commencement.
Boss-Snskn.non    Lumber   Company,
Limited,
Per Manley Hardy .'rain, Alien..
Haled July 21,  19.17. .9-01
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice thnt Albert Burnliardt,
of Curzon, B. U., occupation, Rancher, intends to apply for
permission to purchase tlie following
(lescribed land:
Commencing at a post planted 4
chains east of S, W. comer ol I're-
Emption No. 1076, south of Curzon.
B. C., tlience east 20 chains, thence-
south 45 chains, tlience wesi 2(1
chains, tlience north 45 chains to
point ot commencement, and containing 90 acres, more or less.
Albert Barnhardt.
Dated July 29, 1907. 2.-91
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
' Take notice tbat C. A. Oaskill, ol
Kimberley, 11. C, occupation, Lumberman, intends to apply for a special timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil Mil
chains north and 50 chains west, of
tbe south-west corner of Lot 1ST-
thence south 128 chuius, thence west
50 chains, thence nortli 128 chains,
thence east 511 cliains to place ol
beginning, an.l containing 010 acres,
more or less.
C. A. Oaskill, Locator.
Dated July 81, 1907. 20-0.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OK   EAST KOOI'EKAY
Take notice lhat Grant Miller, ol
Winnipeg, occupation, Gentleman, Intends to apply for |h-i mission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the soulh-west corner 20 chains west
of Lot 2316, Group 1, Ihence norlb
811 chains, .hence cast 20 el'aius,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
20 ehains to point of commencement,
and containing HiO acres, more or
less.
Grant Miller,
Frank Fletcher,  Agent.
Dated July 6, 1907. 20-91
CRANBROOK LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that .lames A. Sleele,
of Cranbrook, H. 0., occupation
Timber Cruiser, Intends to apply I.m
a special timber license over tlio foi
lowing described hinds: *
Coiiimencing at a posl planted six
ly ((III) chains west am. twenty (20)
chains north of the north-west corner of Timber Limit No. 2078, thonoc
runiiing south forty (-><>) chains,
Uience wesi eighty (811) chnins, thence
nnrlli elghly   (811) chains,  Ihence casl
eighty (80) chains, Ihenco south forty
l-tii) chnins lo llie place ol commencement, anil containing lilt, acres, mon
or less.
■laiiies A. Steele, Locator.
Hated lhe 17th   dav ol July, A. IV
1.11.7. 17-Ot
CHANBHOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that James A. Slcclc,
ol Cranhrook, 11. C, occupation,
rinilii-r Cruiser, intends to apply for
n speeial timber license over the lollowlng (lescribed lands:
Commencing   at    a    post planted
igliiv (80)    chains    north   o.   ">»..	
orth-west    corner   of Timber Limit Little Lamh I'i
SYNOPSIS "F CANADIAN  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds
within the Railway Belt lu Ut.tish
Columbia, may be hoinesleailed by
any pursou wlio is the sole head ol a
(sillily, ur any male over IS years ol
age, lo the extent of onc-i|unrti<r
section of nm acres, more oi less.
Euliy must be made personally ut
the local Innd ollice for the district
In which llie luml is situate.
The lioines.en,lei is rciruired to per
form the conditions connected there
wilh under oue of the following
plans:
I.) At least sii months' residence
upon and cultivation of tbe land iu
each year for three years.
12) II the father for mother, if
the lather Is deceased), ot the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity ol the land entered fur, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
Ibe father or mother.
(3) 11 the settler has his perina-
neul    residence   upon    farming land
ow i by him In the vicinity of bis
huiucsted, the requirements as to
*esideuct may be satislied by residence upon the Mid land.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given to the Commissioner
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply tor patent.
Conl lands may be purchased at
SIO per acre for soft coal and (20
tor anthracite. Not more than 320
acres can be acquired by one Individual or company. Royalty at Uie
rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000
pounds shall be collected on Uie
grown output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ol tin Watittr ol Ua Interior
eichty (JO) I Lot
dial
east
CHANBHOOK   LAND   DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
Take notice Unit The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, ol Cranbrook, B, c,
inlend lo apply for a Special Timber
License over tin- lollowing described
lands:
Commencing   al a    post     planted
about one mile west ol the mouth ol
-k on the east line of
No. 2863,    running enst.
•bains, Ihenee south eighty (811)
rhnins,    Ihenee     west     eighty    (Wl
hains, Ihenee norlh eighty (80)
chains to place of commencement,
oi.laining 040   neres,    more or
James A. Steele, Locator,
Dated lhe 17th   day ol July, '
9117.
A. IV
n-nt
CHANBHOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Take
it
Tiuil.c
t spec
162, Uience ruii.iing east 40
, thenco soulh Ktl chains, thence
•111 eliains, thence soulh 40
hains, Ihenee west 80 chains, thenco
north 12.1 chains, to pnint of com-
liiiiiccii.iiit. and containing 040 acres,
mora or less. ,       ,
The King   Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. ... Wilmot, Locator.
Dated 8, 1907. 21-ct
CHANBHOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF sol I'll EAST KOOTENAY
Take not-lco ihgt I, Henry P. Lnn-
deck   ol  (la.eway,  11.  C,  occlip.itu.il,
Railway      Agent,       intends     to
apply lor permission.to purchase   Uiu
lollowing described laud:
immoncliig   at a post    planted i
iu.lice lh.it James A. Steele,
nhi.iok, It. .'., occupation.
Cruiser, ititenils to apply lor
1 timber license   over Ibe lot-
  descriheil lands:
Coiuincu.-ing     at 11    post     planted      -1 ;:■■-- "jjjj-   , „    K„olenuy    r..,i
ahlv 'S.o chains north ol the north- i"""-
.cesi corner   ol    Timber Limit No. |"I0I"S
s.i:i   Uience     running imrlh   eighty Un'"''1'
W *lll"V " ''   ,"»"' ?'*'» iSUitoCT StTlT"ehilM, thenco south
'-»"•      "'     *"'   „|i.tvy   80)13.1   chains,   thenco east 00 chains to
Hums,     thenco   west    ei ;t     (80), coWraei|ceme«t  and contain-
ing 010 acres, more or less.
lhe International Boundary
. north 8(1 chains,   Ihenco   west
theuce soutll 60
cliains,
tins lo the     pi,hi
ul, and containing 040 acres, more
or less.
James A. Sleele. Locator,
ruled lhe 17th   day ol July, A. IV
1907. l'-0t
CHANBHOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nnliee lhat
,|   Cranhrook,   n
Jilinns    A. Sleele,
C.,     occupation,
Henry
Hated July 25th, 1907.
Lamleck.
21-9t*
CHANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
ut Gateway, B. 0., occupation,
Lumberman, Intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
rimlier Cruiser, intends to apply for fcout a )|uarlw 0| tt mi|e cast ol the
r special limber license over the Ii>.-lSOU,n |or_ 0| c.old Creek, and about
owing described lands: [0Ur and one half miles east ot Lot
Commencing nt a pnst planted elgn- ,r]]), om, 0|>out t,w0 miles north of
I- (80| cliains norlh of the north- ^ • i„„,rnationai Boundary, thence
vert corner nf Timher Limit No. ^ M chains, thence west 81
so:.. Ihence west eighty (80) eha ns, ^ l]imm s(ral,i, m chains, tlience
1'ienrc   south    eighty   (8(1)   chains, Mst gn cila.|ns ^ |1Dint, ot comtnencc-
..tice east eighty (80) chnins, thenco
orlli eighty (80) chains to the place
of    commencement,   and   containing
■10 acres, mnre or less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
HMod lhe 17th   dny of July, A. D.
1907. 17-Bt
ment, and containing 040 acres, more
or less. ,    ,
Alfred Murphy.
Dated June 20, 1907. 18-Ot
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notico that Alfred Murphy,
of Oateway, B. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands:
CHANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Tnko notico thnt James   A.Steele    „
,1   Cranhrook,    II. C,     occnpa.ion.l   Commencing at a post planted   on
Timber Cruiser, intends to applv for the oast bank nf the South hock   ol
r special Ilinbor license   over the foi- Gold Creek and about four miles east
.wing described lanils: [ol Lot 4591, and   about three miles
Commencing nt n post planled clgh- norlh of lhe International Boundary,
.-     (SO) chains   norlh ot lhc north- t-hcl.ce west 80   chains, thence north
esl cornor of   Timber Limit     No. 8(1   chains,     Ihenee east   8(1 chains,
!>80it, thenco weaet eighty (80) chains, (hence snulli 8(1    chains lo point   of
t'lenee   norlh    eighty   (811)   chains, commencement, and   containing
hence east richly |80) chains, thenco acres, inure or less.
S.nib eighty (SO)' chains to the place
f commencement, and containing I! 10
crcs, more or less.
James A. Steelo, Locator.
Dated Ihe 17tit   day of July, A. D.
1907. 17-flt
OKI
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Dated June 20,
Alfred Murphv.
1907. 18-01
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nolicc that. Allied Murphy,
nl Oateway, ... .'., occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply for u
special timher license over the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
about one and one half miles east ,.f
the oast limit ol Lot 1591, and about
one mile north of the International
Boundary, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 cliains, thence east
SII chains, lb. nee soulh 80 chains   In
Take nolice that James A. Steele,
of Cranhrook, It. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, Intends lo apply for
o special limber license over the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
1'e norlh-wesl corner of James A.
Steele's Timber Limit No. 5,   thence , .       .
iminc ensl one   hundred and forty P"1"'"1 commencement, and contain
:<ll(h chains,  Uience norlh lorty (40.]'»6 040 acres, more or less,
ins, tlience west one hundred ami
svty (160) chains, (hence south forty (10)   cliains. thence   casl twenty
;0) chains to the place of commence-:
ont, am! containing 610 acres, more
or less.
..antes A. Steele, Locator.
Bitcd the 17th dav ol Julv, A. IV
J907. '     17-fit
Daled July 6,
Allied Murphv.
1907. 18-61
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IISTIUCT   OF EAST KOOTENAY
Take lu
Hobcrtso.
(he Provi
oeci.palioi
ipplj foi
■c that I. Struan George
Ol the Citv ol Nelson, In
• ,.f Hi il isl] Columbia, by
a Cliaininaii, intend to
special timber license tor
CHANBHOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
of Gateway, B. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
special (imhrr license over lhc foi
lowing described lands:
Commencing at n post planted
ah,nit one mile and a half cast of the
ensl limit of Lot 4591. and about
one ami n half miles north
of the International Boundarv, Ihoncc
east 89 cliains, thenco north 80
cliains, Ihence west 80 chains, tlience
nth   80   chains     tn   point of com
Following described lands
No.   1.      Commencing    at a postjmcnccnicnt, and containing 610 acres,
pluuti-d :(.J miles west of the junction mote or less
I Martin Creek nn.l Klk River on lhc
west side thereof, which said Junction is about 10 miles ninth ol Michel, tu llie Province of British Columbia, marked "Struan George Hohert-
nn's S. \Y, Coiner"; thence north
in chains, ihence east 10.1 chains,
tlience south III chains, thence west
tOO chains to the puint ol coiiimencc-
1 ennl,lining OIO acres, more
or less.
struan (icoige Robertson,
July 20th, 1907.
No. 2. Commencing nt a post
about 100 chains west ol Slruan
George Robertson's s. W. corner No.
I Limit, thenco uorth 40 chains,
Ihenco cast 100 (hains, Ihenco soulh
411 chains, Ihence west 160 chains to
lhe point of commencement, und containing Ol" acres, more or less.
Struan George Robertson.
July 2011., 1907.
Nn. .'I. C.tniincncing nt a post
about HIO chains N. W. ol Struan
George Robertson's S. W. corner of
No. il Limit; thenco casl 80 chains.
Iieiu-e south 8.1 chains, tlience west
811 chains, Ibence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Slruan George Robertson.
July 20th, 1007.
No. 4. Commencing at a post
about -10 chains south of Struan
(leorge Robertson's N. W. corner of
No. •'. Limit; tlience north 80 chains,
thenco west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thenco cast 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Struan George Robertson.
July 20th, 1007.
No. 5. Commencing nt a post
planted about 40 chains south of
Struan George Holier.son's N. W,
cirner ol No. 3 Limit; thence south
180 chains, thenco west 80 chains,
tlience north 80 chains, thence oast
80 chains, to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
I or less.
Struan George Robertson.
July 10th, 1)07. lt-Ot
Dated July 5,
Alfred Murphv.
1907. 18-61
CHANBHOOK   LANII  IHSTHICT
IHSTHICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice lhat Alfred Murphy.
I Gateway, II. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted
bout one anil a half tulles easi of
I.ol 1501, and about two miles north
I the International Boundary, .hence
west 80 chains, .hence north
chains, tlience east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chnins to place of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more nr less.
Alfred Murphy.
Dnled July 5, 1907. 18-6t
No. 3, dated June 8. 19.17. advertised
ll B. C. Gazette ol July IS, 1007,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
SU chains, thence north 80 chains,
Ihence cast 80 chains to point ol
commencement, and containing 640
ncrcs, more or less.
Peter  Jensen.
Dated July  IS, 1007. 18-01*
CHANBHOOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take nolicc Ihal Elizabeth Bradley,
of Winnipeg, occupation, Lndy, intends to iipi.lv for permission lo
nureliasu the following descrihed
luml:
Colnmenciiig at a post planted at
lhe south-east corner nf T. Crahan's
li.,1.1, Iheiice west 20 cbains, Ihence
south 30 chains, Ihenee east to Elk
River, tlience north along Klk river
to point of commencement, nnd containing 70 neres, more or less.
Elisabeth Bradley, Locator
Per Frank Fletcher, Ajjent.
Date* July 3, 1907. 18-0t
CHANBHOOK   LAND  IHSTHICT
DISTRICT OK   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Hubert Ethelbert
Beattie, ,.f Cranbrook, B. C., occupation. Druggist, Intends to apply tor
special timber license ovei the Inlawing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about live miles ami ii half oaat ol
the easterly limit ol Lot 4501, Croup
One. uml one mile norlh of lif Ilitel-
tional Boundary, thence mat 80
chains, thenco south kii chains, tlience
west Ml chains, tlience mirth su
-bains to point of commencement,
uul containing    oio acres, mura   ur
CSS.
Robert EUiolhcrt Bcatllo.
Dated June 25, 1907. is-oi
CHANBHOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OK   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take nolice (hut Robert   Ethelbert
Beattie, ol   Crnnbrook,    11. (' , occupation, Druggist, Intends lo apply lor
special tinnier license over lite lollowing described lands:
('ommencing at   a   post      planted
bout live and a  hull miles cast    ol
.ot 1591, and one mile norlh ol the
liitcriiaiion.il Boundary, thenco east
80 chains, thence nortli kii chains,
thence west 80 chains, Ihenco south
so chains to  point of commencement,
nil   containing 010   acres, moro   or
Rohert Ethelbert Beattie.
June 25, 1907. 18-61
Dated
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take   nolice    that    Frank   Raoul
Angers, of Cranhrook, II. c, occupation, Prospector, Intends lo apply lot-
special    timber    license uvcr   the
following descriheil lands:
lommenclng at a post planted
about live und one half miles cast
of the easterly limit of Lot 4501,
and one mile nortli ol lhe International Boundary, thenco wist 80
chains, tlience south 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains, thenco north 80
chains to point nf commencement,
and containing Oil! acres, moro or
less,
Frank Raoul Angers,
Daled June 25, 19117. ' 18-01
1'ISTItICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that I, Mabel Landeck,
uf Gateway, It. C, wife of Henry F.
Landed), intends to apply for per*
mission to purchase the fuliowing des-
crihed land:
Commencing nt a post planted 11
miles west and lj miles north of tlio
Kootenay River, along the Interna-
I onnl Boundary, Uienco east 40
hains. thence soutb 80 chnins, thenco
(vest. Ill chnins, thence north 80
ehains lo point of commencement, and
containing 320 acres, more or less.
Mabel Landeck.
Daled July Ilih, 1907. 17-91.'
CHANBHOOK  LAND IHSTHICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Rnoul
Angers, of Crnnbrook, 11. C, occupation, Prospector, Intends to applv foi
a special limber license over' the
fuliowing descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planteil
.(bout live and one half miles cast
uf Ihe easterly limit of Lot 45111,
ami ..tie mile north „I th. International Boundary, Ihence west 80
chains, thence norlh 80 chains, Ihence
east 8(1 chains, thonco soulh so
chains lo point of commencement,
nnd containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Daled June 2;
Frank Raoul Angers.
15,  1907. 18-1
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Raoul
Angers, of Cranbrook, B. 0., occupation. Prospector, intends to applv lot
a special limber license over the
fuliowing described lands-
Commencing at a post planted
about three and one half miles east
of the easterly limit of Lot 4591,
and one mile north ol the International Boundary, tlience east 80
chains, thence soutll 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains lo point of commencement,
and containing 610 acres, more or
less.
Frank Raoul Angers.
Dated June 25, 1007. 18-0t
CHANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Raoul
Angers, of Cranbrook, B, C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for
a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Coiiimencing at a post planted
about three and one half miles rest
of the easterly limit of Lot 4591,
and one mile north of the International Boundary, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains, thence north 80
cliains to [Hiint of commencement,
and containing 610 acres, more or
less.
Frank Raoul Angers.
Dated Juno 20, 1907. I8-0t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice thnt Frank Raoul
Angers, of Cranbrook, 11. C, occupation, Prospector, intends tu apply fur
a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted
nlioilt three nml one half miles enst of
tho ensteily limit of Lot 4501, and
one mile nnrth of the International
Boundary, thence east so cbains,
Ihenco north 80 chains, thenco west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commoncemenl, and containing 040 acres, niorc or less.
Frank Raoul Augers.
Dated Juno 20, 11107. 18-Ot
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Alfred Murphy,
nf Gateway, B. C, occupation,
Lumberman, intends tu apply for a
special timber license over the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the hank of a tributary ol the sout-h
lork of Gold Creek flowing eastward
about two and a half miies east ot
the east limit of Lot 4591, ami
about two miles north ot the International Boundary, thence east r
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains In point ol commencement,
iml containing oio acres, more or
less.
Alfred Murphv.
Haled July 5, 1907. 18-61
CHANBHOOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that James A. Steele.
of Cranhriiok, it. (,'.. occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply lor
a spwi.,1 timber license over the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at the north-west corner of Timber Limit Nn. 2K.;:i, running south forty ll") chains, west
one hundred ami sixtv noil) chains,
thence north forty (l(l| chains tn
place   of beginning,     containing Old
.'res, more or less.
James A. Steele, Locator.
Dated the 17th day of Julv, A. IV
1907. •'   ,7.6.
CHANBHOOK   LAND DISTRICT
...STRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, of
Kurt Steele, II. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
Icser hist lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ib'uut 50 chains Irom tlie
lotlh-east corner of License No.
11705, iheiice soulh 160 chuius, tbenee
east III chains, thence norlh 160
chuius, theuce west 40 chains to
point of ciniliieueeinent. and containing 610 acres, more or foss.
Robert Little.
Dated  July  14,   1907. 18-61
KAST
LAND    DIS-
CRANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK  EAST  KOOTENAY
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 1.:
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cr.iiilirn.ili, II. c.
inlend to apply lor a .special Timber
License over the lollowing described
lands:
Commencing at n post planted
about 60 chains1 north of Lamb
Creek, on the northern boundary of
Lot 5162, running west 11.i cliains
tlmn. south 60 chains, thence cast
10 chains, Ihence norlh 20 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence norlh
20 chains, thence east 21. chains
thence north 20 chains to point ul
commencement, and containing om
acres, more or less.
Tbe King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 20, 1907. 19-0t
CHANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OK EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Co., Ltd., of Waldo, B. C,
ccupallon, Lumber Manufacturers,
intends to apply for a special timber
license uvcr the following described
In nils:
Commencing at a post planted 10
ihains oast of the N. E. corner of
l.ot No. 8267, thenco running north
HI cliaiiis to tbe south line of Lot
No. 82011, thence west 40 chains to
Hie S. W. corner nf Lot 8206, Uience
tin-lb 120 drains along the west lino
if hits 8260 and 323, thence west 10
■ Imi ns to east line ol Lot 2243,
Ihence south 90 chains to the S. E.
oilier of t.ot 2243, thence west 80
Ihains to the east lino of Lot 8209,
Ihence south 40 chains to the north
line of Lot 9208, thence east 130
(hains tu lhe place ut commencement.
Hoss-Saskatoon   Lumber Co., Ltd.
Per Manley II. Craig, Agent.
Dated July 4th, 1907. 17-51
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 2.:
Take nolicc that The King Lumbei
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, ll. C,
intend to applv for a special Timher
License over the following described
lands:
('ommencing ut n post planted
ibout 60 chains norlh ot Lamh
Ureek, on the northern boundary uf
Lot 5162, running west 60 chains,
lltence nortli 80 chains, thence east
60 chains, thenco south 10 chains.
thence east 40 eliains, thence soutll
10 chains, thence west 40 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. G. Wilmot, Locator,
Dated July 20, 1907. 19-0.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nolice that Alfred Murphy,
of Oateway, B. 0„ occupation,
.iiiiihermun, intends to apply tor ,
peeial timber license over the tol
Jnviiig describe* lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
about one and a half miles east ot the
easterly limit ot Lot 4591, and
annul two and a half miles north ot
the Internal anal Boundary, Uience
east 8.1 chains, thence north 80
hains, thence west 80 chains, thence
ninth 80 cliains to the point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more, or less.
Alfred Murphy.
Dale* July 5, 1907. li-«t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTVCT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, ol
Fort Steele, B. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply lor . special
limber license over the following
descrbed lands:
Coiiimencing at a post planted at
the north-west corner of Crows Nest
Timber License (2) and one mile west
of License 6792, thence 80 cbains
south, tlience 40 chains west, thence
10 chains south, thence 40 chains
west, thence 80 chains north, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 40 cliains to point
f commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Dated July 16, 1987. i8-8t
Robert Little.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOO
TENAY
Take notice that Robert Little, ol
Fort Steele, B. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply tor » special
timber    license  over   the   following
descr.be* lands.
Commencing at a post plantod   i
lhe south-east corner of License No.
11793, thence 120 chains south, thence
40    chains    east,   thence   north 8t,
chains, Uience east 40 chains, thenco
norlh 40    chains,   thence west
chains to point of commencement, a
containing 640 acres, more or loss.
Robert Little.
Dated July 14, 1907. 18-tit
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Frank Raoul
Angers, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Prospector, intends to apply for
a special timher license over tho
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about three and one half miles cast ot
Lot 4591, and one mile nortli of the
International Boundary, Ihence west
80 chains, Ihence norlb 80 cbains,
thenco cast 80 chnins, thence south
80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 010 acres, moro   or
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Tuke notice tbat Pelor Jensen, of
Wasa' B. C, occupation, Prospector,
intends to apply for a special limber
license over the following described
lands:
Commencing nt a post planted an*
about half a mile north-west of Car- loss
Ihon Creek at the   north-west cornor I J   .       „?ra''v„,lanul An«n.rJ'..
ot my   Timher    License Application    Dated June 20, -.907. lWt,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY
SOUTH DIVISION
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C,
intend to apply for a Special Timber
License over tlie following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north-west ot tho
mouth ol Gold lllll Creek, nn tho
west line of Lot 5162, thence running
west 60 chains, thence south 80
chains, thenco east 100 chains,
Hence norlb 40 chains, thence west
40 cbains, thence north 40 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
The King  Lumber Mills, Limited,
A. S. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated August >, 1107. 21-«»
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  EAST  KOOTENAY.
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 3.:
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranhrook, B. C ,
intend to apply lor a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted 1 If
chains west of Lamh Creek, on the
west line ol Lot 5102, running a'.or.c.
said line south 40 chains, thence west
160 chains, thence north 10 chains.
tbenee east 160 chains, to point ol
commencement, and containing CH-
acres, moro or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 23, 1907. 19-6t
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM NOTICE
Take nolice that thirty days after
dale I intend to applv lo the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Workt
Inr a license to prospect for coal and
petroleum over the lollowing des.
cubed land, situate in BKx-_ 4593,
South East Kootenay District. B.C.
Commencing at a post marked A-.
McPhee. s. W. corner pnst, planted
about 2 miles east of tbe Flathead
River and about 8 miles north of the
International Bouiidnrv, tlience north
mi ihains, tlience east SO chains,
tlience soulh SO chains, thence west
sn chains to point of beginning, containing (.10 acres, more or less.
A. McPhee. Locater.
Located this 29th dav of Juno,
1907.
No. 1. Take notice that thirty
days after date we intern! tu apply
io the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Winks for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol-
1..wing described land, situate in
Block 1593, Soutll Kast Kootenay
District, B. C: Commencing at a
pust marked Ella Whipple's S. W.
coraei pnst. planted on the east side
nf th, Flathead River and about 4
miles noiili uf the International
Boundary, thence north 80 chains,
thence east SO chains, thence south
SU chains, thence west SO chains,
tn pnint uf beginning, containing 619
seres, more or less.
Kiln Whipple, Locater.
Located this 17th day ol July,
1907.
... 2, Commencing at a post
marked Gust Smith's N. W. corner
post, planted about one-fourth ol a
Ic e.ist ot the Kl.ithe.nl Hlver and
about i: miles notih ul the International Boundary, thence south 89
chains, ihence west Si) chains, thence
mil th SU chains, thence east 80
(hains, to point ul beginning, containing 61U acres, more or less.
Gust Smith, Locator.
Located this     18th dav   ut   July,
19(17.
No. o. Commencing at a post
marked Albert Connors' N. W. corner
post, planted about Ij miles east ot
the Klathead River and about 5
miles north nt the International
Boundary, Uience south 80 chains,
thence cast SO chains, thence mirth
SO .hams, thence west 80 chains to
point nf beginning, containing oio
..ens, more or less.
Albert Connors, Locater.
Locate* this 13th day ol July,
1907. m-tu
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 4.:
Take noMce that The' King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C.
intend to apply for a special Tirnbci
License over tbo following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east corner of King Lumber
Mills, Limited, Timber Location No.
2, on the north boundary ot Lot 5462,
running east 20 cbains, thence north
20 chains, thenco east 20 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence north 20 chains.
thence east 20 chains, thence north
20 chains, thence west 120 chains,
thence south 40 chains, tlience cast
10 chains, thence south 40 chains to
point of commencement, and contatn-
ug 640 acres, more or less.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. G. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated July 23, 1907. 19-61
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber
Location No. 5.:
Take notice that Tlie King Lumber
Mills, Limited, of Cranbrook, B. C,
intend to apply for a special Timber
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted al
the north-west corner of King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timber License
No. 6260, running north 80 chains,
more or less, thenco east 80 cliains,
thence soulh 80 chains, more or less,
thence west 80 chuius to point ol
commencement, and containing 640
acres, moro or less.
Tbe King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Date* July 15, 1907. 19-61
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTH DIVISION
King Lumber Mills, Limited, Timbei
Location No. 6.:
Take notice that The King Lumber
Mills, Limiled, uf Cranbrook, B. O,
Intend to apply lor a special Tlmlier
License over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one and one halt miles south of
Lamb Creek, running south I'
chains, thence east 21. chains, Ihence
south 20 diains, thence east 00
chains, Uience soulh 40 chnins, thenco
west 00 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 40
chains to point of commencement and
containing 640 ncrcs, more or Iras,
bounded on nortli, west and east
sides by Lot 5462.
The King Lumber Mills, Limited.
A. O. Wilmot, Locator.
Dated Julr 19, 190L !9-6t
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM NOTICE
Nu. 1. Take notice that thirty
davs uller date we intend to apply
to tl.e Chief Commissioner oi Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect
lur coal aad petiuleuui on the lollowing described laud, situate iu Block
1js3, Soulh East Kootcuay District,
ti. C: Commencing at _ post mark-
ed S. Avery's S. W. coiner post,
planted about 2 miles west ot the
Flathead River and about 3 miles
nurth of lhc International boundary,
tneoce north eu chains, Uience east
:u cnaius, thence soutb SU cbains,
Uience west 80 chains to point of be-
s.i.li!..;,   Contain.ng uiu acres, more
: less.
Sarah Avery, Locater.
Lfxitcd this Tib day of July,
1907.
No. 2. Commencing al a post
marked Esther Block's northeast cor-'
ncr post planted about 2 miles west
ji the Klathead i'.iver aad about 3
nlles north of the International
llouiiUary, tbcr.ce soutb ou chains,
thence west au chains, tbenee norm
:<j chains, thence east 80 chains to
point ol beginning, containing 64b
acres, more or less.
Esther Block, Locater.
Located   this 7th   day   ol     July,
1907.
No. 3. Commencing at a post
calked -Mike Sinclair s .N". W. corner
post planted about _ miles west of
the Flathead River a.-.: about 3 miles
north of tne lnier.alnvnal Boundary,
[hence south su chains, thence east
au cbains, thence north su cbains,
ihence west su chains, lo point of
iicciiiuiug, containing ti 10 acres, mot.
or less.
Mike Sinclair, Locater.
Locate* this 7th- day oi July,
1907.
No. 4. Commencing at a post
marked Hugh McGuire's N. E. corner
post, planted about three miles west
f the Flathead itiver and about 3
miles nurlh ol tbo intcrLalionkl
Boundary, ibence south Su chains,
thence west nil cbTins, thence norbu
au chains, thence east 80 chains to
point ol beginning, containing 64u
ucies, moro or less,
Hugh .McGuire, Locater.
Located this 7lb day ol July,
1907.
No. 5. Commencing at a post
marked Hose McGuire's N. E. corner
post, planted abuut 3 miles west of
tho Klulhtad River and about 2
miles north ol the International
Boundary, thence suulh su chains,
thence west SU chains, thence noitb
aU chains, theuce east SU chains to
point ul beginning, containing 64U
acres, more or less.
Hose McGuire, Locater.
Located tins Tth day ol July,
1907.
No. 6. Commencing at a post
marked Lizzie Devlin's N. E. comer
post, planteil about 2 miles west ol
the I'Tathead River and about 2
miles north of tbe International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains,
Ibence west mi chains, thenco north
80 chains, thence east 80 cliains to
point oi beginning, containing s.u
acres, more or less.
Lizzio Devlin, Locater.
Located this 7th day of July,
1907.
No. 7. Commencing at a post
marked Mary Devlin's N. W. corner
post, planled about one mile west ot
lhe Klathead River and about three
miles north ol the International
Boundary, thence south 80 chains,
tbenee east 80 cliains, thence north
su chains, thence west 80 chains to
point uf beginning, containing 610
acres, moro or loss.
Mary Devlin, Locater.
Located this Sth day ot July,
1907. IM, TIIE   ORANBROOK   HKHALD
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OUR Sale of Children's Clothing and Footwear is evidently
meeting with the approval of economical parents, as these
goods are moving very fast. We would, therefore, advise all those
who desire to procure strictly first-class new goods at cost price to
come in early, before the lines are broken in sizes. There are no
old, shelf-worn goods in this stock ; every item new and guaranteed
to give satisfaction, or your money will be refunded.
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ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
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Frank Johnson, of Moyie, wa
town yesterday.
I   W. II. McFnrtuue is in Culgnr
week on business.
Mm. Prootor   rolurnc.1     lasl
hum tor trip to the coast.
Mrs. .1. ff. Wolfe visilod I
several days Hie past week.
I Labor Hay commill.ee meots Saturday evening al 8 o'clock in Mighton's
I,,ill.
|   The Work
, Cranbrook I.
week. |M^.,^^^^^^_
|   Mr. McDonald, or Movie,
lo lhc hospital on account
' povsoning,
j .1. Kennedy lias coniinetici'd Die
eonslruction of liis now residence on
linker hill.
j Louis Nelson, an employe of Staples
mill, had his arm broken yesterday in
an accident,
| Miss Lewis, of Vancouver, has been
ihe guest of her sister Mrs. It. S,
Huron, for the past few weeks.
| WANTED—Position as engineer in
sawmill. It. O, certificate. Apply li. IL, care of Herald ofliee.     21
| Most of the .sawmills have closed
down but in a majority of the cases
Hi.- planers arc in active operation.
| Mrs*. V. A, Rollins will receive at
IttB residence of Mrs. Geo. Hoggarth
Wednesday afternoon, Scptemhct Hlh
I N. J, Mi-Arthur, a recent arrival
from tbe east, bas accepted a position
in tin* genls' furnishing department ol
.lhe Kink Mercantile company.
Events on the Labor Day program
tare open to residents In West Kootenay residing east of Kootenay lake,
and the whole of Mast Kootenay.
] First-class room and board for
respectable men.       Kor terms apply
I' Mrs. Hovev (near John Laurie's) 21-41*
The reduced price sale o( childrens1
clothing will continue nt llie Fink
Mercantile company's store until
Saturday night.      This i.s n     great
'opportunity   for   parents   to   secure
.bargains.
j   The parties    who took the call bell
(from     Stuart's     ice   cream     parlor
j would better   return It as they   are
j known and in tbis way they can save
j themselves trouble.
j Nurse Salmon will be ready for
calls at any time. Address: general
delivery, Craubrook, or call at
the north end ol Van llorne
avenue. 214t
Capt. C. t.uaile, the provincial secretary of tbe Salvation Army in
Ilrllish Columbia, will take charge
of lhe   meetings   on Saturday    ami
[Sunday in the S. A. hall. All are
invited to attend these meetings.
| The reduced price sale of childrens'
clotMng will continue at the Kink
Mercantile company's store until
Saturday night. This Is a great
opportunity for parents to secure
bargains.
Married—On     Mondav, August lit,
'11107, at the Manse, Hov. Main officiating, Mr. John ('alder and Miss
M. G. Gallaber. Miss Gallaher recently arrived from Scotland and lhe
happy couple will reside in Cran-
brook,
J The people who are counterfeiting
(platters to play the slot machines
are laying themselves liable to the
fedfial authorities as some of the
money is being passed hi Ihe regular
avenues of trade. A conviction in a
case of this kind means a penitentiary
sentence ol five or len years.
t The reduced price sale of childrens'
clothing will continue at Ibe Fink
Mercantile company's store until
Saturday ni.-Ui this is a great
opportunity for parents to secure
bargains.
' W. D. Hill returned today from an
extended trip through the easi. Mr.
Hill went on business and while absent saw all of the wholesale firms
with which he deals in this country,
and was enabled to get next to   llie
I pic in this way and to arrange for
nature shipments at prices that were
lower than any be has been able to
secure in the past. The trip bas been
a good one for Mr. IIIII, as he
lias nol looked as well lor months as
In* does now, and be says that hu Is
feeling better than ever.
William Harrington, for a long lime
manager of the Calgary Call la company, iu this eity, has heen transferred to Vancouver, where be will be
emploved bv lhe P. Hums company.
The removal of Mr. Harrington is a
source of regret to his many friends
in Ihis community, as there are few
men «rho enjoved a greater degree of
popularity than Mr. Harrington. The
Herald wishes bim nil kinds ot pros-
perltv and happiness in his new location and cheerfully commends him as
a first-class sport and' a high class
business man. .1. Nabb, of Fernie,
succeed.* Mr. Harrington iu charge of
Ibe meat market.
The reduepd priee sale ot childrens'
clotMng will continue al the Fink
Mercantile eompanv's store until
Saliirdav nighl. This Is a great
opportunity for parents to secure
bargains,
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RAILWAY ITEMS   1
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It. It. Jamieson, general superintendent, and Secretary E. J. Stone,
arrived nn train No, ,1 tbis morning
ami proceeded on the same train to
Kootenay Landing, accompanied by
Superintendent tl. Erlcktsou, The
parti will return tu Cranbiook ou
train KI  tonight.
Fred Guuest, conductor, left, on
Friday last for a holiday visit io his
homo in Quebec, Humor lias it, tbat
nu bis reiinn trip ho will be accompanied by bis bride.
II. Coclrsliult has ln'.'ii appointed to
the position nf lie Inspector at this
place, vice F. Glover, resigned.
Mrs. Haynes, wife of \\   ii. Haynes,
ol Hit' It and It department is paving a \isit to Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
I l.n nes a I Fertile.
' Mrs, Murgatrovd and luui children
left fnr LothblldttC nn Wednesday and
is now III     at tbat  place        Mis. K.
I Hi vans left on today's train to visit
Mrs. Murgatroyd and rondel whatever
[assist,iinv she can,
Geo. Smythe, brake n, has   been
I noted in the   position nf eoudiic*
lor, wiib heudunarlers al Lethbridge.
' Clu,i..N MacDonald returned last
week from Atlanta, Georgia, where
In- wns  Uie representative of the It.
.«( It. T. in convention at   tint plaee.
He te|iuils a   vei v  pleasant   Hip.
| 1. II. Willson, ngenl at Hie station,
visited bis mother and sister at
Wnrdner on Saturday of last week.
'   II. Dl.il,iml.     contraclor    on     the
j ditching scheme Itfor     tbe Craubrook
slot ion yard, went to    Ferule today
in secure more laborers in order   tu
rush forward the work lo completion.
\. F. Dlllinger, nl Ottawa, member
of the railway commission, was In
tin* eily nn 'Tuesday and W.-dncsday
of this' week, in consullntion with
local olllclals uf tht* company.
I Cotiduelor A. Hu linen I and wife
have returned frnm Iheir holiday visit
Ito lhe east and are looking well as a
result nf their vncallon.
j II. Hopkins has been appointed in
the newly created position nf yard-
master at Cranbrook, a position rendered necessary liy tbe Increased
volume of trnfllc.
j Hrakeman J, E. MncFarlanc bas
I been promoted in conductor, wiib
headquarters at Craubrook,
Mr. and Mrs. tlm. St.iples returned
on Sunday Irom iheir honeymoon
trip ami were welcomed -home by
their numerous friend... Mr. Staples
has been offered a responsible posl-
1 Hon wiih the eompany at Vancouver
ami expects to go there in the near
ful nre.
| Fred MeKny nf Ito It nnd It do-
pariment, left last  Frid.iv for an ex-
teudod holidnv visil  In his 1 te   in
Prince Edward Island.
I It. W. Patmore, until recently employed witb S. J. Mlghton, left last,
week fur Nelson, where be will be
employed as express messenger between  Nelsnn and Kossland.
J ll. MncFarlanc, engineer, was the
representative chosen by tlie Firemen
io accompany ihe remains of the
late A. H. Perney to lhe home of the
.relatives of the deceased at Three
'Mile Hay, N. Y., and left on his
sad mission cm Friday last.
j A. II. Sparry, freight and passenger agent  of  the Spokane-Interua-
. tional railway, paid a business visit
lo tbe eity Tuesday anil Wednesday of
this week.
I Frank Dunn, train despatcher, visited Coleman on     Wednesday on     a
! fishing expedition hut has not yet
turned in a report of his luck.
| .1. IL Scott, chief despatcher, Is
enjoying a well earned vacation and
Is spending tbe tltno exploring tbo
(different fishing haunts around Crnu-
ibroote, (Ine dny hist week his parly
cntight one hundred mid thirteen fish
iu four hours. This is the trulh,
[vouched fur by bis estimable wife
and chnrmlng sisters-in-law who help-
led iu achieving the remarkable feat.
J. It.    McNabb, trainmaster, and
family returned lust week trom an
j enjoyable visit to Fort William and
eastern points.
I .lain.s Heed, lending hand at the
shops, bas Ih-cu promoted to the post I ion of    locotliol ive     foreman     at
'Medicine Hat and I'll several dais
ago for thai place. Mr. Herd is a
popular young man and will l.e greatly missed here. Ho has ihe good
wishes nf a Inrge circle nf friends for
his welfare in bis new  posl Hon,
A WORTHY cause
1 The Herald is in receipt of a letter
from Mr. Kd. Dedolph, manager of
lhc Marysville smeller, staling that
the people or Mniysvillc arc raising
a collection tor the family of the man
who was drowned there a few weeks
ago, Thomas Thomas, Tbe deceased
leaven a wife and five or six children
and the family are without means of
support. Mr. Dedulph thought lhat
there might tie a millibar of the Herald readers wbo would glndlv con-
Irihute a dollar or sn fm- this poor
femtli I any contributions senl to
this ollice will be ncktn-wlodged in
"'■ "apcr and forwarded to Mr. Dedolph.
SOME HEAVY WIRING
The Cranbrook Klectric Light eompanv have bad two large contracts on
their hands the pnst month, the wiring of lhe new government building
and the new Cranbrook hotel. In tbo
government building there is more
Hum a mile of rubber covered wire
for the electric equipment, while In
llie hotel there is ft mile nnd a half of
telephone wire, as each room will lie
supplied with a private telephone, and
a mile of eleelrlc light wire. The
work is being done by Dan Hremner
and Jack Davis, and the young men
are receiving many compliments on
the thorough manner in which ihey
are doing the work.
NAT REM SNOWS
THEY   WILL  BE.  IN  CKANIUtOOK.
Sfc.PTfc.MUEK    12,    13   AND 11
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
Arrangements have Ih-cu mad,* with
the Nat Reiss shows to be iu Cranbrook on lhe 19th, l'tth ami 1Mb of
September and   |be tents will be 1«-
iited on the ground near the new
government building. This combination is considered to to one of the
very best street shows on the road,
and are highly spoken of wherever
thev have visited. llclow are some
letters that will give tbe people ot
Cranbrook an idea what the people of
S|ntkaiie think of this show. The
Pit* boys nml some money lo pay for
uniforms, etc., and it is for this
reason that ihev have taken up this
matter.     The letters follow:
BETTER THAN EVER
Spokane, Wash,, Aug. 12, 11107.
Mr. F. E. Simpson, Ediiut Ciau
brook Herald, Cranbrook, B, C—
Dear Sit. Replying to Hie iuquiiy
from Mi. J. P. Fink in regard to llm
N.il Uciss Carnival shows Would say
Mr. Kciss   has shown   in connection
uilb  tbe Spokane  Interstate Kan   fni
a number nf ditTcivnt years. His
shows have always been entirely satisfactory, and iu one respect have
been tar ahead ot any other carnival
organization tbat I know nf, ami thai
is: tbey are clean and respect ah lu in
every way, and he has no shows
whieh c.iunot tic seen by Women and
children. We bave contracted again
wilh Mr. Relss fur tbis year, after
seeing bis shows a few weeks ngo,
and I Itellovo ihey are even better this
i than ihey have ever been before.
Yours truly,
Robert  11.   Cnsgrnve,
Secretary and Manager.
SPOKANE LIKED THEM
Spokane, Wash., Aug. IK, *07
My Dear Friend Jake: Received
vour letter a few days ago aud I
want to compliment you iu securing
the Keiss show. li was in Spokane
some six weeks ago and was in every
way satisfactory to everybody who
saw ii. Wc had hig crowds ami
from a financial standpoint I think
ditl well, and with the proper advert istnieiii the lire hoys should do
very well indeed.
Wm. Joyce,
Assistant Chief of Fire Department.
CRANBROOK      TYPOGRAPHICAL
UNION
It. P. PK.TT1P1ECE,   ORGANIZER
FOR     THE   TYPOGRAPHICAL
UNION,  FORMED  A  UNION
IN  CRANBROOK
R. P. Petlipieee, of Vancouver, has
been in tbe district for tlie past few
days in the capacity of official organizer for ihe International Typographical Union, aud while here as-
sisled iu tlie organization nf lhe
Cranbrook Typograidiical Union. The
nllinrs of the union were installed hy
Mr, Pottipiece on Tuesday evening as
follows:
Presidcnt-E. II. Reed.
Vice-President, and Chairman of the
Executive Committee—M. D. Hillings.
Secretary-Treasurer—Leo P. Sullivan.
Executive Committee—p. A. Grcnnn
and A. Bale.
The scale of wages bas been fixed at
$31 per week and eight hours a day
is the time agreed upon. The organisation of the union makes little
or no difference iu lhe Herald office
so far as the time and the wages ale
concerned, as the Herald bas always
believed in good wages tor good men.
Hut ihe establishment of the union
will be a good thing for ihe printers
of the district as a whole, as it
places th.' craft on a firm basis in the
district. For the present lhe union
will meet iu the Herald olTice. Tlie
Fernie pointers were also organized as
members of the Cranhrook union,
and will work with the members ol
this union. The Herald is now entitled lo the union label ami in Ihe
future wilt carry it.
 4	
ZAM BUK CURES PILES
"I thought I must go on suffering
from piles until 1 died, savs Mis. E.
Reed, of Steenburg (Onl), "but Zam-
Buk bas cured me! For years 1 endured agony, could hardly walk
about, and lost all my strength.
Everything 1 tried seemed useless.
Then Z-.in-.-Huk was recommended, and
I bless tlie day! It has cured ine
completely."
Zain-Hulv is the finest household
balm known, not only for piles, but
all skin troubles and diseases—cuts,
bruises, sore feet, Insect stings, sun
luirn, eczema, etc. 50c,, all stores,
or    Zam-Buk   Co.. Toronto,   8    lor
$1.2fi.
NOTICE
From ami after Ibis date I will
not he responsible for anv bills oi
debts contracted by   Mis. E. ll. Mc
Matron,
E  ll  McMahon
Dated  at  Craiibiuok,   III'.,   Am-iisl
2.!, low, n
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV
Take notice that Thomas Young, nf
Crnnbrook, it (V. occupation, rim
ln-t Cruiser, intends to apply fni     a
special timber Keen we ovei   the follow
lug described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at
Hie south-west corner >
thence north SO chains, thence cast
in ehains, them*-! north 10 chnins,
Ihence west SH chains, thence south
120 chains, thence enst to chains to
point of commencement, and containing iil" acres, more or less.
Thomas Young.
fatal July 2iii.t imiv, aa-nt
"STEWARTS"!
'I'll, tainting Krilit Mt.nv
A Fine i.il..- ot
.'KACIIKS
PLUMS
I'HABH
I'ANTKI.Iin'Ks
AMI
WATKHMKIONH
HUGH STEWART
Phone 7&     •     Armitron-* Ave,

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