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THE ORANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUHK 11
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CBANBHOOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,  JULY   Hi.   I!»iiS
NO. 11
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By special arrangement the
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GEO. 11. HOWARD
Owner and leading man of the (ieo. B. Howard Co,, appearing
at the Auditorium next Monday Night, July 20th
HOWARD
STOCK COMPANV
without any question the best organization ',1 this character that has ever
visited the City, have been engaged for one week's engagement at the
AUDITORIUM, commencing
Monday, July 20th
In a Repertoire of High-class plays, among which are "Christopher, Jr.,"
"The Little Mnister," "Mrs. Temple's Telegram," "At Cozy Corners,"
"The Marriage of Kilty," "Jim the Westerner," "Sherlock Holmes,""The
Nominee," "What Happened to Jones," "A Night Off," "Bown's in
Town," "The Gold Mine," "Other People's Money," and many other
popular plays.
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A Change of Bill Each Night
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"Mf*i..   . .*■ '
MISS .STELLA ADAMS
Lending Lady with Geo. B. Howard *£ Co., appearing at
Auditorium next Monday Night, July 20th
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AUDITORIUM, WEEK COMMENCING JULY 20th
POPULAR PRICES
25c, 50c, and 75c.
The Company  carry their own Scenery and Electrical
Effects.   Rach play will be correctly staged
according to dramatization of
the author
A Company of   twelve People, each one of them perfect
and admirably cast
MISS BETTY ADAMS
liigonuo will, Geo. U. 11,,win,I & Co.,appearing nt
tlie Auditorium neit Momlny Night, duly 20th
THIS COMPANY HOLDS THE HIGHEST RECORD
RUN OF 28 WEEKS IN VANCOUVER
The " World," Vancouver, states: " When Oeo. B.
Howard and his excellent Company made their bow to
Vancouver last Monday night there was not one in the
audience who was not thoroughly convinced, when the
curtain fell on the first act, that something entirely out of
the ordinary was taking place, and by the time the curtain
fell on the last act a well satisfied audience left the Lyric
Theatre, proud to claim the Howard Company as its own
and eager to spread the news around the city."
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MB. EDMl'ND Ml'BPHT
Lending man with Geo. B, Howard and Company at the Auditorium,
commencing Monday, July 20th
MR. G1J V HITS'ER
Director and leadiug heavy man with tlio Geo. B. Howard Company,
appearing at the Auditorium next Monday Night. July 20th
MISS STELLA RAZETTO
Leading Juvenile Woman with Geo*_B. Howard ami Company.
** appearing at the Auditorium, commencing Momlay. July 20th
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OPENING   BILL: "CHRISTOPHER. Jr."
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lately, hut tho  ,    :d"'11 ''"• »h"
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Im »•;..! a" the „,*,™, f*™"a waters a*
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5A r""'""r I..1.1- ,l'l„, ,ANlS    M'XfH
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.,Mu?£ALLUM a, CO. H
? (   |   rOR SALE
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C. a
'* Barnes and drank",'JTi ",'p "ant
i ■"■■ listicd fi*„„, ,i„ "' '''ai'k smok,
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smdenly clef, ;'„"',,;'"• »oliml was
oollapsd im,,      i,„  "■    °ne     ball
'^'rf I?* ft? -
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mineral is Spt on Ore ' '""" "">
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1 tenure ol then m,,.   wl"c'''   H"' cm,
i'f <>W l-...i.sir,Sc""'"w-oso-U
'V v lingers on t re   iii,!;: Wormoil
the days nf i)„„,.„ ,.,"''» groeti    i„
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fire cause ol the o„m  '" *• waler.
;;'""," ap|.i.n*nt     TtT! -""n ^
"ontlng along     ,,.*•,."•"' 'log slowly
was perched    ,       ' "" *• carcase I"''' ?»'
I'1"'""*-'''. Which «-L°rw ''''" <>f du^.   'Vine
'"'•"'"' "ii'!UhV'l;'k^a'"^n^J^"nweii:
,*«)«!    from    V.,'"•'' wlHehhnd
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was noi tho case    ii   '""• -x-wever, "'
""' '"""''rii ol ii      i ",'sa VUltuto |So°
"'"'" " I'V a niesi,,,, "'!"',wlm bad
-,*■ ,-""1      ac-   ' ■'" tHealher Islei
, stumes oi tb,",,!.,Ty, 'lane.,1  '"■!'. should cause'it
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i*»'"'"'n-i ft'^rSdin-f?""";''••■■- i;:!™.-"""1'"
tho    trees.    01,        i" '•ranches of '" Ih-King's „
wW,'l'   had   he,', "?,wvro   nsedl"'"'"      '
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l™    revival   t ,*     , w,ls **l'owi,    1„
who,,, thjfo J   ,„' "w"  Peopl,
1 nun, preset
^*n %*i* Andrew
, •-''< klnglass, intends to St ,"lrchaw"
ancient castle f nL"*11" the
'nn', onco    i,„       "nudarnvc, Loch.
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,SI"K land In -,Lvii'L*™ P°ss«'**-
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, ""'ir rtlonghoWs i*.'"!'.' '-oi'Myne
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on l..H*hfy„c.     \lcxand,!rl|n'"'arav''-
panled to Oili diris*} tf„,.v'i J" 12'"
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i , l*y Coin Ciiini,i»i    ,'",K"l0n a grant
!S^i° ssjrtS2^" toes, w •tts* wa2
'* "'giving sini'.1',,,;.".' an-,1 last ,,f tho .Camifc i'T?1,'"11' "'«
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STATED SERVICES
iitay moi
o'clock
Sunday morning service at II
'elc '
-S   Sunday   evening    service   nt ♦
♦        7.30 o'clock t
Sunday      School   and     Bible
Class at 3 o'clock
Presbyterian    Guild, Tuesday,
at' 11 o'clock
OTTAWA.
Murphy A Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    and
Patent Ofliee Agouti.
Practice Itotnre Hallway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold Kisher
Ckkmiknt I.oihik No. 88
KNIOHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every 2nd and Ith Tuesday al
a p.m. at Fraternity Hall.
W. A. Hoi llns, 0. 0.
.1. II. Henderson, K. ol ll. & S
Vlsltlai krothrn cordially lavite,
to attml.
if-gr *,      I.O.O.P.    Key Cily Lodft
ELUCEvK  n» <>- Xoett nary
Now    Fraternity   Hall.      Sojourn
lag Oddfellow, cordially lavltod.
F. E. Haines, Win. Harris,
N. 0. Sec'y.
triRkruuk l.ediie. It.. I
4. F 4 t. tt.
K-gulai meet ino ,.,
M. lhl,< Thau-la,
nl .vrt,  month
Vliltlni hrelh en welcomed
S. II. Hoskins, W. M.
E. W. Connolly, serrelary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   l-'riilay    evening at I
li.ni., in Kdison Theatre.
Tlios. t'ole, W. 1\
('has. Smith, Secretary.
Vlsltlug brethren cordially ia-iited
LOYAL ORAN-Uti LODOE, NO. 1S7-
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ul L. K. Hall 2nd   and
4th Saturday each month.
Visiting hrttbrci alwayi welcome
,1. K. Larrigan, w. M.
John MrUii^liUn, Rco, Sec.
W. F. OURD.
Barrister, Solicitor, Elc
CRANBROOK,BRITISH  COLt'liRL
C. H. DUNBAR
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public Etc
Cranbrook,    •    •   B. C.
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ORS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OB**** al RaaMeaca, Armitrooi Ave
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - -
Afternoon, - *
Evening! • -
Sundays - - *
CRANBROOK :,
- - min to inuii
- 2.00 to   4.00
■ 7.30 to   «.30
- 3.S0 to   4.3(1
::    ii    I,    B. C
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to 13 a.m.
1 to  B p.m.
7 to   It p in.
twice In new II, i.l III", I
I'llAMlltooK        -      -       - II. C.
NOTICE
All dogs not wearing tags will
destroyed if caught.    Dogs  ponnlled
not   wearing tags,   even though* the
tags he in existence, are subject to
pound tees. 17-lt
[   Have you seen   Fink's New Cameo
- .Jardiniere and Pedestal.    It is a per-
be feet inddel.
LOCAL NOTES
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PICK RII UP ABOUT THR CITY R.
ASKING QURSTlONS OIT
MANY PEOPLE
Dresser and stand, M3.60.—O.C.S,
\V. V. tlaokscn, ol Creston, was   a
Cranbrook visitor yesterday,
Ilnnw made candv ilOc. per lb at thp
I'alm Saturday only.
I*. II. Cooke, of Fort) Steele, was a
Craiiiironk visitor this week.
Dresser nnd stand, $12.50.—C.C.S,
A. Poyla  ol    Kort   Steele,""spent
some lime in Cranhrook this week,
M. MrN a in ara, of Kenile. was in
the city the bejiiimin-K of the week,
KOR SALE-A firsMftsa cow. Apply to K. Dumont. 16-M
Wteen's   famous strawberries       at
Kink's Dure Fodd Orocery.
wXBtKD—Funrisbod room on Dak-
Apply K. it. Loomtfi, Hox
Mill.
15-tf
O.IML super iu-
-Man., was    in
»♦•»♦♦♦♦•♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦:;
j CUMMINQS & CUMHINflS I
! CIVIL   HNUINRHRS *.Mt  0O1INMN ! !
AND H. C. UND SIWI VOlfS      | |
' ?A!:'i? Craiibniok, IU.: j
V., I'ranhrook. 17-14
Thomas Caven and wife returned
today from Mie east where they have
heen spending several weeks.
The Methodist church Sunday
school children are havi'iig their annual picnic this afternoon.
Dresser anil stand, $12.50.—C.C.S,
George Geary, of Kort Steele, took
in tlie circus yesterday.
Constable llerchmcr. of Marysville,
was a Cranhrook visitor yesterday.
TO RKNT—Two bedrooms in a
private house on Haker Hill. Apply
ht.. care Herald. 13-ti
.lames Brown, of Wardner, whose
hotel was burned last Kriday morning, was in Cranhrook yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hamll leave today
for .Medicine Hat, where they will
esidc in the future.
WANTED-By a lady, position as
bookkeeper. No experience. Apply
li., Herald office. 15-tf
Work is progressing on the residence
for Conductor Dumont. Huchcroft A:
Bowness are the comtractors.
Dresser and stand, $18.50.—C.C.S.
Peter McPhail, the man who was so
badly burned in the Wardner fire, is
progressing favorably at the hospital.
fudge Wilson returned yesterday
trom Revelstoke and is holding coim-
",' court today,
W'ANTKD— A position as chambermaid hy a Swiss girl. A. Al..
•Unrysvllle.
R. ll. Jamieson,
teadent at Winnipeg,
Cranbrook yesterday. i
tt*. J, Allan, ol Marysville, returned
from the Calgary (air yesterday and
went home today.
Din alteration sale.—C.C.S.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Dumont mid chil-i
drcn and Mrs. .McKenzie came upj
irom Moyie yesterday to sec the circus.
W. T. Miller, of Vancouver, general
agent for the Canadian Casualty
company, was in the city ihis ween
on business.
Miss Nellie Handley aiii Edgar
Handley came down to Cranbrook
from Marysville nn Tuesday for a few
days visit.
Home made candy SOo. per It) at the
Palm Saturday only.
David Griffith, the sage of Wild,
Horse, eamo to town yesterday to
take a number of his little friends to
the circus.
Mr. and Mis. George Longpre and
ihiWren, of Marysville, were m
Cranbrook yesterday taking in the
Norris -.V Rowe show.
Timber limits to trade lor Cranbrook real estate. Applv J.D., care
Herald. 15-tf
.Miss Parks, ot St. John, New
Brunswick, is spending the summer
with her brother, Frank Parks, head
salesman for J. D. McBride.
Mr. and Mrs. Braithwaitc Dixon, of
St. Thomas, Ont., are the quests of
iheir daughter and son, Mrs. W. E.
llaslam and Hilly Dixon, Fenwick
avenue.
FOR SALK—Lot and two room
shack; water inside. \pjtiv I , O.
Hox 843, Craubrook, B.C. 10-3t
H. W. Angers, whu is working on
R. IL Bohart's new hotel at Wardner, fell (rom a scaffold and sprained
bis wrist this week and came to
Cianbrook for treatment'.
Home made candy 20c. per Hi at the
I'alm Saturday only.
Tbe mysterious Randal brothers are
appearing tonight at the Edison
theatre. These gentlemen do a
wonderful turn in thought transmission, New moving pictures and
songs.
Big alteration sale.—C.C.S.
II. S. Groncup, of St. Paul, Minn,,
general counsel for the Greal Northern railway, accompanied by his family, are spending a vacation in their
private car at MeNelly Siding.
Try our cooked ham. They are
lovely and iust the thing for hot
weal iier.—The Dominion Meat Co.,
Ltd.
Last Monday at I a in. V. Hyde
Baker's big steam car and A. C.
Downess' spider wheel started for
Windermere to meet- the Hon. Richard
McBride   and    his   party.        Among
W. It flmtlr. Fum-rat Director
CrantMiffk B.C. I'how tin. «H
those who     wenl    up were A.
Bowness, V.  Hyde Baker,    V.       A.
Rollins and N. Hanson.
FOK SALE—A tew span of heavy
work horses. Kor particulars apply
to the Crows Sest Pass Lumber
Co,, Ltd,, Wardner. B.C. lfi-*U
Engineer T. N. Glass caught IB2
trout last Monday running from half
n pound to 1 pound and three quarters, at the meadows above Watlsburg. Mr. Glass used the coachman
fly and says that the fish are rising
in splendid shape.
Take a walk through tbe C.C.S.
store this week tor bargains.
Dick Eraser has a great patch
of potatoes heans ami other
vegetables in his gardwi on Louis
street. "Farmer Dick" is quite an
agriculturist and takes a verv keen
interest in everything pertaining to
the country's development along
Ihese lines.
WANTED—Position as chambermaid or housemaid, experienced II
P., care of Herald, 17
Joseph Walsh, Kort Steele's genial
constable, came over to take in the
circus yesterday. "Joe" is alwavs a
welcome visitor to Cranbrook and no
member of tihe provincial police force
has more friends.
FOR RENT-Eour roomed house.
\ppiy Charles P. Kelsey. 17
Miss Tannhauser returned last Saturday from her visit to the Calgary
fair as the most popular voung lady
iin this district as shown bv the Nelson Daily News competition. Miss
Tannhauser had a verv pleasant time
and wishes the Herald to thank her
many Triends for their kindness and
also tlie Daily News (or the courtesies extended.
C.C.S.   building   will undergo   cx-|
tensive alterations this weok.    Sooner than   move   furniture out to   accommodate carpenters we will sell at
cost.
The I-oyal Orange order paraded to
the Baptist ehureh last' Sunday, the
lath, and attended a special service.
The members ot the local lodge left
lor Kernie on the Flyer on Sunday
evening to attend the Orange demonstration at Kernie on Monday.
LUMBERMEN: Equip vour grub
house witb REED'S "ANTI-RUST"
tinware. Extra heavy goods, and we
will replace free oi charge any piece
that rusts. Goods that will "stand
up" against heavy usage.—Patmore
Bros.
Fred Little, tbe Creston real estate man, was in Cranbrook on Tuesday. Mr. Little is the gentleman
who maintained many- years a-go that
Creston was found to lie the great
iruit. country ot the interior of British Columbia, and he has lived to see
his hopes and predictions verified.
We have   a    shipment ot REED'S
ANTI-RUST" tinware just in.
This is just tiie thing for hotels and
lumber camps, etc. Extra heavy and
guaranteed not to rust. We will replace any piece that rusts, free of
charge.—Patmore Bros.
I. Avison, lately with the well
known law firm o( Aikins, Robson &.
Co., ot Winnipeg. Man., is now assisting W. F. Gurd in his law office.
Mr. Avison is a lawyer of several
years experience, and a gentleman
who stood very high in his profession
in Winnipeg, and has come to British
Columbia to make his permanent1
home.
C.C.S. huililing will undergo extensive alterations this week. Soon-
„ than move furniture out to accommodate carpenters we will sell at
St.
A surprise party was given to Mr.
and Mrs. Woodman at their home on
Kriday evening last, the tOi-h inst.
The occasion was the eve of the departure ot Mr. aud Mrs. Woodman for
aa extended trip to the east. A
most enjoyable time was sprat, various games being indulged in. Among
those present were Mrs. T. GUI, Miss
D. Drummond, Miss E. .lohnson,
Messrs. Laidlaw, Vrooiu and Klmn-
ert.
New Fireproof Individual bean pots
; the Kink Mercantile Co.
T. C. Phillips and bride arrived last
Tuesday afternoon from Bath, N.B.,
and will make tbeir home in Craubrook. Mr. Phillips is auditor for
lhc C.P.R. and his many Iriends in
i'ranhrook *oin with the Herald in
extending congratulations.
Leave vour   orders tor Raspberries
: Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
Jos. Bourgoine, chef at the Elk
Lumber company's No. 4 camp near
Hosmer, was spending a few days at
his home in this city, visiting Ms
friends and enjoying a short vacation.
Mr. Hourgoine brought home a tine
string of trout and states
tliat tbo fishing is cood in the Elk
river at present. He stated that
there was fine camping grounds near
where he is located, four miles above
Hosmer and that he would endeavor
to make it pleasant for all Crau-
hrookites journeying that way.
The Pink Mercantile Co. have arranged with Mr. W. F. Doran to
handle his entire crop of strawberries. Mr. Doran's berries are unexcelled for flavor and aro perfect
specimens of the king of fruits.
ORANGEMEN  AT    FERNIE
otaiige dav, which was observed on
the 18tti this year, because the 12th
(ell on a Sunday, was celebrated in
Fernie bv the Orangemen of tho Pass,
some two hundred being present. The
Cranbrook contingent attended service at the Baptist church here or
Sundav evening and left on the Flyer
that evening tor Fernie. Everybody
reports having enjoyed a splendid
time in the coal city, and speak in
the highest, terms ol praise of the
wav in which they were treated by
the' people there. A grand parade
took place in tbe morning, beaded by
Thomas Boyter on a white borse, representing King William.    In     tlie
'tcrnoon athletic sports ot all kinds
were indulged in. Among those who
went Irom Cranbrook were: J. Larri-
Brtii. W.M., T. Boyter, M, McEachern,
A. Horsman, T. Horsman, S. Joyce
and W. Walsh. 	
WHEN THE CIRCUS COMES
TO TOWN
Yesterday was circus day in Cran
brook and consequently every boy
and girl, between the ages ot H anil
60, turned out to see tbe parade
ten in the morning, when they saw
thc same old elephants, camels,
horses, ponies, bands and clowns,
which seem new each succeeding vear.
Circus day is, of course, supposed to
he children's day, but, even at that,
it gives tbeir elders a splendid excuse tu accompany them. After all
it is gtKMl to be a child again, even if
only for a couple of hours at ihe
circus, to eat peanuts aud popcorn
and drink pink lemonade with the
kiddies, has a rejuvenating effect
which must do some good. Norris A
Rowe bad a very creditable show
with them this year, the various acts-
were good and tbe side shows and
other attractions were well up to the
verage.     On tbe whole, circus   day
was well enjoyed by the people
Cranbrook,
of
METHODIST CHURCH
July 19th, 1908.
Thc services today will be at, 11
and 7.30.
Sunday school and Bible classes at
■i o'clock.
Subject for evening discourse:
■'Whosoever Will May Come."
The church is kept cool during the
hot weather, the windows and doors
arc well screened, and the services
are kept within thc hour.
Tuesday—Epworth League. Literary
evening at 8 o'clock.
Wednesday—Prayer service at 8
o'clock.
Visitors and strangers coming to
town will bo welcomed at tho church,
and at the parsonage whenever they
like to call. Cases of sickness and
distress should be reported to the
reactor without delay.
♦
TOMMY STARK LEAVES
Thomas Stark, who bas been G. T.
Rogers' right-hand man for a long
time, leaves today for Vancouver
where he will engage in business. Mr.
Stark will be missed in Cranbrook
where his many sterling qualities and
business ability have made bim a
host of friends, all of whom will wish
him every possible success in his new-
home. Last Thursday evening at a
meeting of the Masonic lodge, Mr.
Stark was presented witb a past-
master's jewel by the Cranbrook
lodge. At the meeting many kind
things weie saW about Mr. Stark
and many good wishes were tendered
him.
THE PREMIER'S   FLYING VISIT
Hon. Richard MeBride, Dr. Young,
minister of education and Mrs.
Young, came into Cranbrook from
Windermere last night at twelve
lock and lett on ibe -I o'clock Flyer tor Victoria via Spokane. Tfce
premier and Dr. Young have been
making a tour ol the valley and were
met at Windermere by V. Hyde Baker, N. Hanson and A. C. Bowness
with their automobiles, trom which
point the run to Cranbrook was
made in eleven hours and three-quarters. The premier discussed matters
with his friends tor some time last
night atter his arrival in town.
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H. M. WENTWORTH DEAD
GEORGE C. EGG
-MCKITC0T, IUILMNC SUPERINTENDENT
AW VALUATOR
Montreal, llnul on nnd Toronto
Kxperlffiiee
PLAN*, IWTIMATKS  ANO H**K0I
FIOATIONS ON SHOUT NOTION
P.O. Il.n Hit
NKLHOS.I1.C.
BASEBALL
Last Friday a league game hetween
tlio Independents and tbe C.P.R. was
played, resulting in a win tor the
Independents with a score ol 6 to
3, The standing ot the league is as
follows:
Played Won Lost P.O.
Independents ...11 9 2 .818
C. P.   R 10     4     6     .400
On Tuesday afternoon a team trom
the Grace Cameron Opera    company
The announcement apiwared in the
Spokesman-Review of today ot the
dcatli ot II. M. Wentworth, of Spokane. Mr. Wentworth was in charge
of the Herald at its inception and
was known to many of the old timers in this district, who will regret to
learn ot his deatb. Mr. Wentworth
was a man in every sense ot the word
and while living in Cranbrook made
many friends. Mr. Wentworth was a
worker (or Cranbrook, and wrote
columns ot matter to boost this
town. The Herald can only say one
word, and that is tbat a good man
has gone to his rest and.no one can
sav a word to his detriment.
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B.C. ESTIMATES PASSED
Ottawa, July 10.—In the house yesterday the harbor and river Items for
Hritish Columhia were takefc np.
Kor a whart at Clayomiet, west coast
ot Vancouver island, $2,000 was voted- 136,600 was voted lor Improvements at Golden, on Uie Arrowhead
lakes and the Columbia river; $1,000
for thc removal ot Coquitlam obstructions.
Other items to pass were $1,500 tor
improvements of ship channel and
protection works on Kraser river;
$5,000 for general repairs of rivers
and bridges $2,500 tor the removal of
boulders from the channel at Procter,
on the outlet of Kootenay lake;
$2,500 for the improvements ot tbe
north channel, Nanaimo harbor;
$2,000 for a wharf at Shuswap lake,
Salmon Arm: $12,000 for improvements on the Skeena river, $8,000 for
tbe removal of sand bars on tbe
Thompson riven; $50,000 for dredging
Victoria harbor; $10,000 for improvements at William Head quarantine and $5,000 tor opening a boat
channel at Woods lakes, Okanagan
district.
The total vote passed amounted to
$108,000.
For dredging the Columbia $75,000
was voted, and for s new drttging
plant, $100,000 was passed.
The estimates also included $8,000
for extension of the telephone line to
Pender and Mavne islands; $0,000 for
Victoria-Cape Beale line Improvements: $3,500 for the Vernon-Keiownn
Peittlcton line, and $1.70*1 tor the
Vernon Hne.
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TNE WRECK NEAR MEDICINE HAT
(Lethbridge Herald.)
All Hags were at half mast at Medicine Hat on Kriday last and business
practically suspended as a tribute to
(■he victims of the wreck, which took
p'ace on last Thursday. All men
killed are well known iu this citv,
Messrs. Nicholson and Twohey being
active in civic affairs and prominent
in B. of L. E.
Operator Ritchie, who is supposed
lo he responsible for the disaster, is
now known to have driven south for
the boundary a couple ot hours after
the accident.
First session of the inquest was
held last night when the bodies were
viewed. Then adjourned for one
week.
Following is n corrected list :
KILLED
J, NICHOLSON. ENGINEER
!    R. TWOHEY, ENGINEER.
PHILLIP MILLET, CONDUCTOR
\\.     J.     ARCHAMBAULT,   BAGGAGEMAN.
II. GRAY, FIREMAN
All the   above are     from Medicine
Hat. I
JAMES GRAY,  PASSENGER
D. McEACHERN, PASSENGER
INJURED
L. BLACK, BRAKEMAN,
SAMUEL AHDL'A, LETHBRIDGE
HARRY THOMPSON, MEDICINE
HAT,
PHILLIP G. MENGE
VICKERS, EXPRESS MESSENGER.
The wreck at Medicine Hat was
most destructive to both life and
property. Ono engine Is totally
destroyed, the tenders ot both engines aro driven up into the engines,
tho baggage, mail ami express and
colonist cars are so badly telescoped
that tho three cars aie lying together in thc space a little longer Mian
ono car, and are little more than a
pile of splintered timber and twisted
steel.
One marvellous thing about the
collision was that the first-class car
did not even leave tbo rails, and the
passengers were only shaken up considerably. The two' passengers who
wero kil'ldi were sitting in opposite
soats in tbe colonist car.
[■he mail clerk and express messenger who were in their ear escaped
with only slight injuries. Tiie
brakeman, baggageman and conductor
who were either killed or seriously injured were all in the baggage car and
it is thought that tbe flying baggage
was what did all the damage to the
crew.
DOMINION DAY IN   OLD LONDON
The Dominion Day Winner held at j
the Franco-British exhibition was a
brilliant, function. The guests included the Duke of Argyll, Lord Dudley, Lord Alverstone, Lord Balfour
of' Burleigh, Lord Blyth, Lord Lichfield, Lord Fitzmaurice, Lord Al-
denbam and thc Lord Advocate of
Scotland.
The palace of music, where thc
banquet was held, was crowded with
an enthusiastic and loyal gathering ot
Canadians and friends of Canada-
Lord Strathcona's happy speech included a reference to the tercentenary, be remarking that Canada was
permanent.
The Franco-British exhibition was
of a peculiarly happy character. It
was an object lesson to South Africa,
he observed, and he hinted a: a possible closer relationship between the
West Indies and Canada.
He pointed out that the influx of
I'nited Staters spoke very well for
the Dominion, nnd paid -tributes to
the late Lord Derby, to Earl Grey,
and to the Duke of Argyll, which
were loudly cheered.
In conclusion ho expressed tbe belief that Canada's development in ttie
next decade would be far beyond all
present hopes.
The Duke of Argyll, in responding,
anticipated Lord Strathcona's acceptance ot tho presidency o( tlie exhibition, vice Lord Derby, and paid
Lord Strathcona a high compliment
as representing the Dominion on tlie
Canadian section of the exhibition.
With happy allusion he pointed out
Canada's spaciousness, and its cereal
producing capacity, which would astonish those present before their hair
grew grey.
In response to the toast of "The
Guests," proposed by Hon. T. C.
Casgrain, K.C., Lord Dudley made a
genial speech. Lord Alverstone remarked that England could learn a
lesson In loyalty from Canada, while
the Lord Advocate of Scotland, in a
humorous oration, spoke a word for
the Scotsmen as pioneers of the
empire.
Sir R. W. Perk arid Lord Fitz-
inaurloe referred to Canada's appearance as a comity of nations as an
historic event. A noteworthy feature was the warmth of the reception
of the toast to Strathcona's health.
The dinner was one of the most successful Dominion day functions yet
held, as was the reception snbseqnent-
Iv given bv Lady Strathcona at. tba
Imperial Sports club.
It, is easv to understand how a
woman looks cool in summer, but
what mystifies us is how sh-. keeps
from freezing to death in winter.
A boy never knows what joy there
is in a "bran new suit of store clothes
unless he has had the experience ot
wearing a suit cut down (mm one ot
his father's old ones.
ONE SIDED
Is I bound to keep de SaMnth day
When tbe hawk goes free?
Is I hound to set in my yard    and
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY
Ensign Pickle and Captain Cook  of' «ffvri V Cninbro* team "ttri iwult«l
Fernie, wiU ctwduct a special meeting [„ cranlj 	
Cranbrook beating the vitfltow 10
M
tn   the Salvation    Arihv    hall
Thursday,   July 33rd, at 8 p.m.     A
special   programme is being   arranged.     Ice cream and cake will      be POSTAGE STAMP PROVINCE TO
served at the close.    All are invited., BE DOUBLED IN SIZE
John Reid, since be Ims bad charge „     ,   ™~        . ..
o! Ihe roads in this district- has done According to the terms of the ar-
a lot of most excellent work. Even rangement proposed by Sir WttHta
though the time has been short the Laurier for the ertemrton of we
improvement fs very noticeable and boundary of Manitoba,
tbe district is exceeding! y lucky in Ince's
having such a man as Mr. Reid In
charge of this Important wotk.
__„,   that prov-
.,___       will    be increased by
178,170 miles, making a total       of
252,211 square miles.
pr»y
En lot dem crows in ray cawnpatch
En grabble and take my cawn away?
Hit's funny to me.
Don't Lose the Big Ones.
We have
FISHING TACKLE
To Suit Every Person. Our Stock of
FLIES '•* particularly complete. We
have every variety that is good in this
country.
DON'T LOSE THE BIG ONES
Buy Your Tackle at
ENAMELED BELT PINS
Wc hnvo inst n Ived ,*, nicu liue of STERLING SILVER
BELT PINS i" ENAMEL Many of the design, an-
new nnd attractive. Prices rang,* from $1,25 to
$3.00. These would sot olf ,, GIBSON BLOUSE 'oa
ninety.
Take notice that I, Charles Kling-
fensmith, of Elko, B. C, occupation.
Hotel Keeper, Intend to apply Ior
permission to purchase, the (-wowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted    on
the east boundary of the Crows Nest.
; Southern    right-of-wav,      about   *1D
it's mighty po' test to be shet In a'ehains soutb ol the S.W. corner   ol
stall j Lot 8746, Oroup One, thence running
Lak you got no sense, I east to  Elk river,   thence lollowlng
It's mlgnty no' pravln' when <to wacb Elk River southerly to a point     80
crow Mil chains south, thence    west to      the
From de scare   craw's head and   de atoresaW boundary ol the Crows Nest
chickens squall "   "        •-•"-•    ■•- I..,,....-
End Its mlrfity po'
dajr'i »U
IMs side ob de Inn.
-John C. McNeill In "
C-ottonland."
Southern right-of-way, thence follow
ligion when Run- ing the said   boundary ol said right-
of-way to the point of commencement
and containing 80 acres, more or less.
Chas. Klingensmith, 1-ocator.
luly tub, 1908. 17-0t
Oillclal   Wiilcli    l,,.|,e,'t„
for C. I'. 1!.
W. F.  TATeI
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    * The  Jew eUr I -K
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PIPES l    PIPES!    PIPES!
■Brills iu your old favorite and have it
CLEANED AND REPAIRED
We can fix anything. Wood, Clay or Meerschaum
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF AMBER AND Vt'LCANITE
MOUNTS IN .-TuCK
CRANBROOK CIGAR STORE
GEO. WELCH, Proprietor   ■   MASONIC BLOCK
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IF YOU'RE ALL "WRITE'
Von bad twttpr sfi vour writing mauni-l here niid Then ver.
w iil 1- »!tti*fi*-i. U a kfejv'tbe
best ■■iialit.r of
WRITIW MKtS AIM ENVEIOMS
,ith nil   Stationery
■ ior bone nr nfflo*-
DESK BLOTTEIS  MCTWE POSTCARDS, MCIUCE, NOVELS ANO
AUCURtENT MAGAZINES
ANO NEWSPAPERS
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
C. H. ALLISON.  Manager
LIMITED
miiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniii
IIH lllll III II Mllll II llll I
nimiiiumtt
ij Thc Cosmopolitan |
E. H. SMALL
Miuftr
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
Ill III IIH*
IIIIIIIIIMI
i   Phone 57
Head Office. Calgary Alta.
f JUST DISCOVERED : A GOLD MINE
In our line ol bmincM. We have lately found s gentleman
in the sheep rancliinii business near Cranbrook snd we have
«e,:,ne,l hi, supply ol sheep. They are far ahead ol snv
in,itt„„ that haa ever been lltippe,! into Cranbrook. Try a
roast I„r yoursel! and ,ee.
il The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd.
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-yrlcs   From
CRANHROOK BOY WINS AT CAlrlnlng the race in in seconds flat. Mc-
OARY Connell also won the 220 easily    and
  | the 4*10 by a loot.    It is Interesting
Francis McConnell, who grew Irom ; to note that another old Cranbrook
liovhood to manhood in Cranbrook, boy, Tommy Gallon, ran In t-he 100
and who now lives at Vancouver, I yards and came In third. These
captured three first prizes in the races were all lor the championship
track events at Calgary. In the 100'ol Allierta. Francis McConnell can
yards he won from Fred Jenkins, hold his own In any company Irom
beating Mm hy   two yards, ami run-'100 tn HO yards.
I THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
$2.00 A V EAli
lit AN IIIIOOK   lli:i!AI,H
It, ilio Herald   Publishing Company,
Limited.
THK PAPBB THAI IS HEAD BY THE PEOPLE
.lll-Y   17,   1908
i£.     /l±A^*****+*\
Edltot ami Manager,
li„. Herald is v,„ill, »W -. f«
No man in    South
„d I,, be will,
...l.n. ,u,,1 there nro man. ',*,***i,l,'
,li.i would like to sc htm elected
ires'id, nt. In iiiani ways Mi I1, , nu
ml Sir Wilfrid Laurier ,,*,- similar.
Inlli are popular, both uro beloved
,\ the people, holh rank high i'i lu-
i-nigencc .nul boll, nro willing to dn
,b.,i il,,*, ,■.,,, for tbi'ii country. If
,,- were In 1I„* States we woulil
ni, i", Hnan. because .-.,- know tlml
„• bus llie iiilcri'Sts ol the masses at
,,-.1,1 1 il elected  v-,,,,,1,1 ,l„ all III)
uiibl lot tin- people     The money i„-
,.,fs,s «,I| he ng si llryan, but   il
!,,* peoplo know whut i*. H"",l for
lu'in limy  will sinml pat for       llm
III   .iiu.,
brook.
, ar. It
only %i
Kast Kootouay can al
out It, and ,,veiy,,i,o l,vii.s«" '•''"
the district, who is Inlcrcatod In lbe
uruaress ol tbis Bcotion, riiouM nnul
u '" li publishes ibe news while It u
;,„»*, It is controlled absolutolj by
,i.t- publisheis.     So clique, parly   oi
 ,;„l„.,l   dlclatW    IU   policy. 1
don't try to phase Iho people. ts
,,,,M1, |S ,„ publish ., newspapei thai
will i„* a crudlt to tl"* comtnun ty.
Sc„l „, your Buhscriptiuii .,„, )„u
will i„* ii,,,„i,l„i ever uttonvari
Advortising rates Jl por Inch pel
in,,,oh, uo moro and no less.
Heading mailer 15 cents pel line
lo non-advortlsots; lu cents por line
t„ regular advertisers.
II you dcsliu io rcauli Uu- peoplo ,,i
South Easi Kootonay you must ml
vi-rihn in Tho Herald.
The llernld has a fnsl class job
plant, and ils work is ol tho hcsl.
The licrnlil don't waul charity. It
wants a square deal on yuur job
work. II we can't suit you In quality nnd price, kick, ami scud your
work l„ some Cheap John Iiuuho iu
tin* east tbat ncvci spends a cent in
Cranhrook.
,* I.„
In     we
i„ll„,,1,1
t"
Crnnbrook is not right? The town
is clean, is absolutely kept according
I,, what tho people want, and it is
ii,,, for any mnn to say that thu
people must obey tli,' command of on,,
individual.
Wl,,,
people
s    running   Crnnbrook?    The
,,, oue or iwo individuals.
RAILWAY CHANGES
IaaaaaaaaaaI
r '      ' : Li
MOR.E    IMAM
5,630 a Mon<h
hi liaH
hi l.y
ill   UUV
Tlie llernMg1
ii valimfm a ilollur iiu
v.   ThuitilvurllHOi hiu
igln m hunt wlml li
tulhii
IB    111!
if.i-iviiiir   f..
VI,*.     II MMI I.l
his
vwwvvw*
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
I, V. R. Simpson, manager ul tlio
Cranhrook Herald, do hereby atale
that the pressman's books show, and
ihnl I lmve every reason lu helicvc
that lhc circulation of Lhe lleralil for
tlie past seven months has been
;||J,7B0 copies, divided as follows:
July  i,nm
August  4,830
September  1.-185
Ot'toher  Ti !i7"i
November    I i20
December  6,825
January  B,(H;Ji
Issue of February   fi  1,105
Issue of February 13  1,105
Issue of February 20  1,165
Issue ol  February  27  1,225
February  	
Issue of March 5...
Issue of March 12..
Issue of March Vi..
Issue of March 28.,
.1,7211
..1,17(1
..1,170
I, HOO
..1,170
March  5,310
Total for nine months..48,700
For the last   four mos.5,880
Subscribed and sworn to before mc
this   30th   day of March,  1208,    at
Cranhrook, B. C.
John Hutchison,
A notary public in ami for tin- County
of Kootenay,  Hritish Columbl
The Herald bas bail utters oi large
ulncripUons ii""' peoplu In Uus eily
u defend tlie threatened liud sull ol
  He\   Hughes ngulnsl  llie Herald.
llu- Herald appreciates lhe sentiment
xprcswd b\ the people of Cran-
irmik, fui ii knows that lliej under-
Hand llial Lite Herald has' spent bun-
iii-iis of dollars ior the good of tbu
lown where main people have nol
•unirilmtra) a conl
UniOltS OI<    SKVKKAL   RtiMOY-
AI.S ON TIIK C IMI.
There are several rumors Hoat lug
ahoul jusl now regarding changes of
olltrials on tl.i' i'I'.K* It is said
thai superintendent llrownleo, who
is now in charge ol affairs at Unl-
\\j\x\ as gt^ioral super!utentlent will
lake Dial position pertnuncntly, and
that .\h i'i hi' will be removed. Mi.
liiudlcigh, who is now acting superintendent .H Cranbrook, is said to be
hooked iui a stiperlntendt-ncy ai a
divisional poinl on tbe prairie. Mr.
Jamison, who is now superiuUftidcni
at Winnipeg, Is said to he arranging
u, leave Lhc service entirely, and
Mi, Kriek.son Is to come back
in Cranhrook as superintendent oi
Lhe i'row. These are simply rumors
thai are flouting around, and no one
seems to know what will actually
I,,' place.
Ilumault]
llK'll so sin
!    illlll     111
j,    llol'lo
has iis faults. This has
ce ibe days oi Adam and
o Garden oi feJdnt. Law-
rs, liusiiiess men are far
*, iinmaculntc, and even
ulnlstcrs of tlie gospel are not al-
,vuys above reproach. All fan make
mistakes and all do make mistakes
Itm the greatest mistake tlmt any
onu person cm make is io Imagine
thai he is always right and tho rest
ni  the winiil is wrong.
Winn Chrlsl was on earlh he worked  with  lbe people.      That   is       wh)
hi- accomplished much good.
The Herald lias lieen threatened
li'. ,i minister wiib a libel suit, he
tMiisr iln- Herald lias stood up to
Cranbrouk. The editor has in
iiionej io spend on law suits, but li
can borrow sumo when ii comes li
lighting for lhe besl town in West
..-in Canada.     Thank    Ha- Lord   ou
c.eilll   is uood.
\  fanatic is
ummtmity.
H j,   lllll
lit     Im
The
usual number of casual lies oe-
ctirre-d in llie United Stales on ilu*
Fourth ol -luh. When will tlie
people nl Uu1 Republic learn thai
patriotism .and loyalty is not synuny-
li has been nearly eleven years
sinee tbu Herald started lo work for
Cranhrook, mul it has never slopped.
Cranbrook is
own in Western
,. prcneher.
lbe   besl  governed
It scums, according lo the Victoria
Week, that Aliss Mureutt, had Kernie
tu mind when she made tlie outrage-
uus statement she did from tlio public platform. Mavor Tuttle, ol
Kerala, absolutely uud emphatically
denies having made tlie statement
ihat there were not a do/en virtuous
girls over fifteen years old in that
city. This should end Ibis unfortunate incident. The editor ol the
Hel'iild knows a number of the people
ni Femie and he considers it Is a disgraceful and abominable libel on the
people of Fernie oi any otlier town
lo have io contemplate any woman or
any man making a statement sueh as
Miss Mureutt is said tu have uiade%
Much as ilie Herald dislikes criticising a woman, especially one who
as clever as Aliss Mureutt, il must in
common honest) protest against tlie
wholesale libel of the young girls
in .mv Canadian community.
Keep   boosting   Craubrook.
s the way to bring prosperity
Tbat
j  OBSERVATIONS  \
U HV THK OLD  MAN. *
4j| 3 >■*. ^rX-i-^-is. u'-c-cU-s. #6*<5,«**
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Hev.  Kohert   Hughes  has
1 asked the Herald to apologize ',
for an article that appeared j
in last week's issue or take ;
the consequences,
I he Herald has no apology
[to make tor any fight  made
for Cranhrook.
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Ue don'l like io prognosticate,
We don't like ti. predict,
Hul  our Utile private 'pinion  is,
That Bryan will be "It."
William .lenniii.'.s Brynn was nominated for president of the United
Stalin by the Democratic convention
al Denver lasl week on lhe lirst ballot. The nomination was n great
victory for lhe grcatnsl commoner in
the Republic, and although he has
been ill-rented twice he stands a good
chance nf heing elwlwl Ihis time.
Air. Bryan is a wonderful character.
Ile stands lodnj on his own individ-
unllly, Without Hn support of any
corporation or money inlerest, clean
and able. Mr. Brynn is »■,- ,.\ ibe
most attractive cltizcm in 'lie States
According Lo our English exchanges
1 l,e cal Lwlieel ba t has altogotw
suncrccoiled ibe Merry Widow. Anything foi  a change.
Tiie Herald believes in the good
lhat   can   he  accomplished   liy tlie
clilircllUS,   anil      whenever   tlie   Herald
can lend    awl to the churches ii
read)  io do il
Tlie despatches announce tlial- "the
Raraguat rebels are victorious." If
ibis is tin: case thev arc patriots, not
rebels.
The editor of ihe Herald has his all
in Cranbrook. It woulil break him
Hat to have Crnnbrook "go on the
hop." and lhat is the reason why he
is working for Crnnbrook and Cran
brook people. ^
New Vork   Cilv spent   ten million
dollars on fireworks for the -lib
lulv       And   then   some   people      will
tall; aliout hard times.
\o   I
1,11'
i.m can help Cranbrc
ig Cranlirook.
\ New Rnglnnd etergvmnn wai
t iking breakfast one Sunday mornlii|
in a liolel iu a Utile Weslem town
A rough old fellow across the tnlrl
called over to him: "(loin' lo the
races, stranger?" Tbo clergvmati re
plied: "I don't expecl In." "Gobi'
In  lhe hall  game'"     "Kn."    "Well,
where   are   yoll   golh" fn,   Koing
to church." "Where do vmi conn
from?"     "New     Fnglnnil."      "Oh
llml explains il1 That's where Ihev
Keep Ihe Sabbath and everv otto,
blamed thing ihey ean In} their bunds
nn."
The editor of lhe Herald is always
icady lo apologize when he is in tin
wrong.
Tin- people by
ed Mavor Fink n
council   on   the
Kvervhody agrc
hat is working f«
f Cianbrook, and i
est  of satisfaction
e -I any individua
hk maj
Id   lhe   |„
platform
that  it   ,
fili
al forth
a council
interests
Hie very
is    the
;       that
CHANOKS AT THK KDISON
Last Monday Richard Fraser and
John Hutchison bought out the interests of Willis .v cosgrove, of Oal-
gaiy, in the kdison theatre. The
ie will cominue under the management of An. Fraser and the stall
wiil lemain as at present. This allow
ig now alisoluteiy eontiulleh by
Craubrook citizens, every thin--,
will he done lu pi easi; the taste ui
nbrook people. In the near full many improvements are contemplated and when the autumn sea-
in cornea on vaudeville spivuilt',es
will he introduced as well us lhe
pictures and suiigs. Mrs. Bevel I
HI coiilimii! to slug and Air. Salmon
will preside ul tlu» piano. Tbe old
management have asked the Herald to
•xprcss their Ihaiiks ior ihe liberal
patronage exteinlni and the new proprietors usk lo he accorded a contlnu-
nice of the same, retaliating llie pubic thai the lalisoii is now an all
home show and not one cent, except
lent   fur films, going oul, of town-
A (iltKAT
The
SUMMER RESORT
e who live iu Craubrook and
ilcslrious of lakiug a day oh,
cannoi do belter than go lu I'erry
k. It is without a doubt Uie
lines! drive in this pail ol the couti-
irv, and when you get there yuu can
gel ihe finest meal in this section.
\\\\. and Mrs. Bryden an; doing everything in llieir power tu make il
pleasant for theii visitors, and there
is no place one ean enjoy themselves
more than at the Old Town hold.
There i.s lis'hiug, the very best, and
there you can see placer mining and
the big hydraulic works, the only
thing «'i thu kind this side of Wild
Horse. If yuu want a day of plea-
Kiiro be -sure aiuJ go tu old   Town.
MR. AND MRS.   L. B. VANDECAR
IN TOWN
Air. and Mrs. L. B. VanDcear arrival From the coast on Sunday evening
and wiil slay for ten days ur two
weeks with llieir soli, Frank B.
VanDecar, proprietor of the Roynl
hoi el. Mi. VanDecar lias disposed of
his hotel interests at Victoria, hut
retained bis ranching and other
properly on tlie island. Mr. and
Airs. VanDecar are among the oldest
timers in this district, in fact Airs.
VanDcear was one of the very first
women in Cranbrook.      Tbis      was
vet ten years ago.    Mr. and      Mrs.
anDceur' are always glad to visit
Cranbrouk and their many Cranhrook
friends, and although they will probably make their home on the island,
ilill they will make periodical visits
io Crnnbrook.
BEAUTIFY   THE STREETS
The city .should have the weeds and
tall grass growing in the residential
streets cut so as to prevent them
spreading. One or two years of
such cuttings would put an end to thc
weeds and white clover whieh is
one of llie prettiest things possible
when growing by the roadside, would
take its place. This may be seen
on many of the streets where tho
white clover from the lawns has
seediU itself by the roadside, only
in most cases it is choked with
weeds. Anything that will help to
beautify the city should be taken up
With vigor, especially when it costs
so little. Old. ifll of thistles, the
pin-weed and otlier weeds ami give
the white clover a chance to grow.
HILL & COMPANY
HENRY WARD BEEGHER
One of the greatest pulpit orators the world has
known, once arose in his pulpit and said:—
"IT IS  HOT  AS
HELL"
Mr. Beecher may have been right, or he may
have been wrong, in his statement, but the
truth remains that when the warm season comes
humanity naturally seeks comfort by changing
heavy clothing for lighter. That is our business, to give this comfort to the people of this
district. In the line of Clothing we can give you
just what you want in the way of TWO-PIECE
SUITS of the
"20th CENTURY"
BRAND
and there are none   better, FLANNEL  SUITS,
WHITE DUCK TROUSERS, the latest in WAISTCOATS, WASHABLE TIES, NECLICEE SHIRTS,
TAN, LOW CUT and CANVAS SHOES, HATS
that look right and keep the head cool; in tact, if
you want to be comfortable, come to our store
and investigate. We can prescribe for you,
and our prices are so low at this season that
people delight in taking our medicine. We can
guarantee summer comfort.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
CREATEST STORE
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Farm Products
I .nst week, owing to n printer's i.rror, our
Dairy llutt,-r »-ns advertised lit 4H.0U a
Hi. Wo sold lots of it, hut at •i'm. per
It,. Wi. got iu some fresli this week,
in hri,*k«. 25c. per I),.
We   iuive   soint,   more of
TURNER'S DAIRY BUTTER,
iu tubs.   Wo believe this to be the best
butter that comes to Cranhrook.
TfllNKB'S DAIRY lil'TTKR,
in HII Hi tubs, jM>r lb         27e
McIVKR'S COOKED HA.MS.pro.
curable only at this store. p,'r It)    -tile
POTTED AND DEVIUEB
BAM, TONGUE, BEEF AND
VEAL, in small tins, per lin      llie
G.   T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
-JUST  THE BEST
CROCKERY, GUT CLA88, B00T8, SHOES, N0«, CLOVES
CRANBROOK,  - -B.C.
Foot Tired
These hot days play linvoo will, the feet,
piriii'iilarly ifypu uro wearing im. old pair
of bouts. There is uo et'onouiv in ,l,,i,ii'
llial.
Take a Look Al Our Window
Of Men's Boots
Hurt und Packard's American Boots, worth
SH.tKJ; Ames Ilolileu's Kangaroo Boots,
worth $.").aU; Mol'hersou's Patent Leather
Bluchers and Tan Oxfords, worth 15.011 Mill
*fi.()ll-
Any Pair in the Window, $3.00
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THE CITY IS ALL AGOG CONCERNING
OUR  CLEAN SWEEP SALE
For 15 Days Only, Commencing Saturday, July 18th
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IN   THE FIRST i
PLACE
It is  our   FIR8T   SALE
since starting business in
this City.   We are clearing
out all our OVERPLUS SUMMER STOCK. Nothing reserved.
IN THE SECOND
PLACE
The REDUCTIONS art FAIR
and SQUARE Su ReguUr
Prices marked on goods and then
look at the GREEN TAG. We
have kept our promises in the
past and won't go back on our
word now.
IN  THE THIRD
PLACE
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OUR GOODS ARE
GOOD GOODS and have
the prestige oi Quality.
No Bargain or Job Lots
here. For these reasons
the Citv is AGOG and
everybody i    interested.
Dry Goods and Rcady-to-Wear Departments
EASY   PRICES  TO INDUCE   EASV   SELLING   ARE  THE   ORDERS
White Lawn Waists
All Perfect and This Season's Creations
It is all very well and easy to quote prices here,
but it would be to your interest as well as ours, to
come and see the values. We are confident if you do
it will not he a ease of buying nne—more likely to be
three.
Made of a nice line Lawn, neatly
tucked; two styles to choose from.
Regular keen price, 11.00. To cause
a stir, off they go at -        75c.
LOT NO. 1
75c
LOT
t*   REAL BEAUTIES, nsnnl price 01.25;
*   our Sale l'rice 95c EACH.   All sizes.
LOT
4   A finer selection impossible.   Regular
O   prices $1.50,   Sale priee $1,15 EACH.
Finer Qualities of Lawn Blouses
£1.00 Qualities now $1.50
fl:2ii Qualitie** now $1,75
f*.'.50
"   SI.95
♦2.75                  "  $2.26
♦4.96
" ts.es
16.80       "          "   $4.60
White Duck and Pawn
Repp Skirts
The Right Thing for Hot Weather
9 WHITE DUCK SKIRTS, »2-00 quality, during
the sale for     $1.65 EACH
5 WHITE DUCK SKIRTS, very fine quality and
well made, usual W.H0 and $8.25 qualities.
Sale Price     $2.65 EACH
A WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS for $3.50 EACH
Regular S4.25 quality
5 FINE WHITE REPP SKIRTS, fit perfection.
lingular price $4,50.   Sale Price     $3.50
3 FAWN REPP SKIRTS.    For style and finish
they nre Bnperb,   Sale pri.-,-             $3,85
I'siuil priee $5.00
2 OHLY FAWN BEOFORD CORD SKIRTS.  *•• *".
quality.    During the Sale    $4.65 EACH
Popular D. & A. Corsets
ALL REDUCED
DURING   SALE
Likewise All Girls' Corsets
Muslin Suits
Ladies, Study the Prices
No need to feel warm by wearing heavy dresses
when you ean get lovely Muslin Dresses at sueh keen
prices.
JUST FANCV, <» Pretty White Muslin Dress for $2.76
The waist would be good value iu itself nt $2.00
'llher Qualities
IN WHITE, 15-50     Now   *:I.'J5
Sii.lio        Now   81.05
PRETTY BLACK MUSLIN SUIT, HMO quality.
j-,,„.     08.50
CREY CRASH SUIT, trimmed with Oroam La.-.-.
lingular price. $»,00.   Side price .. 811.00
NAVY   LUSTRE   SUIT, wi«<   White Spot,
Ladies' Cloth Suits
Made of Panama and Venetian Cloth
1 ONLY -BLUE PANAMA with White stripe.
Usual price $25.00.   Sale price     81 »• SO
1 ONLY-NAVY VENETIAN, *nooo quality.
Now     824.50
1 ONLY-BROWN PANAMA SUIT, $»3.oo quality.   Now_     823.50
MILLINERY
AT EXACTLY HALF PRICE
Sunshades and Umbrellas
ALL   REDUCED
2 BEAUTIFUL WHITE SUNSHADES, Regular
price $11.25.   Sale price    82.-15
2 WHITE SUNSHADES, $8.50 and $4,25 qua]!-
ties for.    82.05
$8.75 and $4.50 qualities   <   $5.50 nnd $0.00 qualities
for
83.25 EACH
Sale Prices:
84.50 and 87.50
Ladies' Motor Coats
IN TAN. FAWN AND NAVY
$20.00 Quality for $14.50
Raincoats
1 ONLY IN FAWN, Willi Velvet Collar, for        $4.95
Kegular price $10.00
1 ONLY IN CREY.     Sale price $o.50.      liegula r $8,50
1 ONLV IN OXFORD CREY, *"■"-■ quality.
Sale priee    $9.00
1 ONLY BLUE SILK COAT, $24.50 quality.
Sale price     $17.50
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TWEED SKIRTS
Regular Prices
$4.00
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00
$8.50
Sale Prices
$2.95 Each
$3.50   "
$3.95   "
$4.50   "
$7.00   "
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trimmed    wilh
Sale price	
Laee. $12.00   quality.
85.00
Ladies' Hose
I" BLACK  LACE  HOSE we will put on sale TWU
VERY SPECIAL LINES at
30c. and 40c. a pair
LADIES' PLAIN   BUCK COTTON HOSE - Splendid
values at
20c. and 30c. a pair
Ginghams and Fancy Muslins
CIHCHAMS, in Plni" Colors, Checks and
8tripos. the best quality; guaranteed
fast colors.   During the Sale      12&C. A VARD
FAHCV DRESS MUSLINS
Worth 15c. a yard  Now 10c
"    25c.    •■          "    I5«
"    40c.    "           "    29c
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Undoubted Values iu the Hen's Section
Men's Summer Suits
If you have not. bought one yel, here's your
chance to save some money—it is better lhan putting
the money iu the bank at II per cent.',—•
TEN DOLLAR SUITS for    $7.50
TWELVE AND A-HALF DOLLAR SI'ITS
for_    $9.50
FIFTEEN DOLLAR SI'ITS for.  $12.00
EIGHTEEN DOLLAR SUITS for  $14.50
TWENTY DOLLAR SI'ITS for  $17.50
"FIT-REFORM" 8UIT8
In Fancy Tweeds at equally keen prices. Remember these are new season's goods—no old-fashioned
shapes.
White Cotton Underwear
An 'Md Line of Cotton Knit Underwear,
broken sizes, regular 40c. garments.
Sale price    25c. each
Odd Lines in Summer
Underwear
In Cotton and Fine Wool Makes
At   Greatly  Reduced   Prices
Boys' Tweed  Knickers
Suitable for School Wear.    In Neat Tweed Patterns
SO CENTS A PAIR
Hen's Cotton Socks
Good Strong Working Socks,   in assorted stripes.
just the kind for the hot weather.
Sale Prico    10c. a pair
Hen's Black and White
Striped  Shirts
Strong wearing quality.   This is a snap for a
Working Shirt
Salo Prico     85c.
Silk Stripe Neglige Shirts
With Soft Collar attached.    Nice neat patterns.
Too many in stock, so ont they must go
Sale Prices 90c., $1.10, and $1.35 each
Hen's Neglige Shirts
With Stiff Cutis.   Odd lot of sizes und broken range
of patterns
Sale Price   75c. each
Working Gloves
Why, here is a saving.   BIG  FOUR  GLOVES.
There is no question about the wear of these
Sale Price    $1.15 a pair
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Sargent Gloves
Our Spoojal Price for these well-known Gloves
during this side
"nly $1.00* pair
What About Overalls
Vou know the CARI1ARTT make is the best on
the market.    There is no doubt „n this point.
Sale Price     $1.25 a garment
Some Snaps in Boots
WHITE CANVAS BOOTS, all sizes.
At  $1.65 and $2.00
WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, the
newest shapes, at      $1.65 and $2.00
TAX CANVAS BOOTS AND OXFORDS.
We do not want to carry them over.
Sale Priee     $1.90 per pair
GREY CANVAS OXFORDS, LEATHER
STRAPPED.   Sale priee     $150 a pair
GREY CANVAS BOOTS, with Leather
Straps.   Sale Price    $1.75 a pair
A FEW YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CANVAS
OXFORDS at  I       $1.00 and $1.25 a pair
Our Famous Derby Make of Boots
In  Bluek  Patent   Leather, Velonr, Boi Calf. etc.
All the newest shapes and lasts
Sale Price       $4.25 a pair
TAN BOOTS AND SHOES, all that is
left of onr Summer stock, wliich we
sold at $5.00 and $5.50.   Sale Priee. $3.75 a pair
STRAW HATS
You will need a Straw Hat for some time to come
yet.    We have marked a bunch at
25c, 50c., 75c, and One Dollar Each
to clear the lot
LINEN HATS
The balance of our stock, and we have only a few
broken sizes left, but we don't want to
cany them over
Sale Prices, 60c. and 75c. each
STETSON HATS
In Black nnd Colors. ^ All the Hest Shapes.
Regular Four Dollar Quality at
Sale Price       -       $3.50 each
Our
A Big  Bunch  of "President"
Suspenders
All good patterns and quite fresh in quality.   Not
a bad pattern in the lot
Sale Price
65c.
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Provincial Land Surveyors
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(Si,**ci„l correspondence.)
Murphy, who lus been C.P.R.
,i Marysville tor s,,m,* Wai«,
I, Irnnsterrcd to Wanlncr.
.1. .1
tt'atlrtnB, ol Marys.
,,,,'li ,„, business thi?
„ui* readers* to ,ln lis one little lavor, j lime,
ami that lavor is: Stand Pat aud will
Boosl WyoHlte.
_AI_|Bhortly
Ih, burning
Bine nl a plkepole.    lie weiglis    two' ACCIDENTS AT CAI.CIARV
hundred    pouud-i.      The bear slappeil, ■
liis Ini'l ns he was Roins up, but Mis-1 Two unfortunate occurrences man,',]
s„„ri can give a lew pointers to an otherwiso ideal 'lay on Hi,* -III, al
Achilles when it i-nmes to footgrar. Calgary. Karl) in ll„- alien,,„m a
Mi Hear ate the bark off tbo tree furious windstorm swooned down
.uul then crawled awav to bleed   ami from Un nort'liwcsl anil Ion* banners ,
sleep.    Hill thought hi- Intended      to|to shreds, Qattcned tents, lifted rootsk,, thrown un
ilie, and afler giving him time enoiigji  from tlio booths    ami Inlured a num-
l„*i* ,,f |„',,ple, and killed on,1 unfortunate man.
,,„„!i'l.,rv  loss     ,
borhood of Sfi.OOD
amount t<> :
Ustlimti
rnl.1,,',1
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Qeo. R. I.eask & Co
BUILDERS ami
CON I'-MC IORS
<hn ,,,„k ,-, our nilvcrLiHuimmt, l„tl w,
I hisu,l in ,1,,* llrral.l ,„
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CKANISKUOK., li. C.
Near I.,,.,,*,* ,rlualrung U,*,	
ll'.I.K.I'lliiNI*. Ill
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANV
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST
$6(
l''HO.M CKANHII
3.00
HJK  In
Winnipeg. 1
oil VVilliuiu,
Duluth St. 1'
iui. Sioux City
Chicago
New York
Montreal
St  John, V II.
St. Louis
I'oronto
Ottawa
Halifax
Sydney, L. II.
£71.'.i>0
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SI (15.1111
sl 20.00
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SI OS.50
Slill.'JO
si:',ii.<»o
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Mills.   j."irHl   Clu
Ninety Pays' l.i,,
■ M \Y   1 ami  Is.
1 SII,.ll'l,Y li, 7.*-".'
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lloiin.1    I'lip.
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hntll .llrociluii*.   '
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I.iil**.'*,.
tli-kols  „,,• g 1
'„ iluitlnnlions casl
,,.,'1   via   the Hi*,',,!
Sleoplng   Car
apply lo
C. li. Mtl'HKRSON.
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VBTFRINARY SIIIMII'IIN
(iriul,lale „l Ontario Veterinary
College, Tor in I8U8,
Onidualo and M-lnlli-i ,,f
MfKillin's Vi'l„,f„a,v College,
, blengo, in luun.
Ni,„, yuars' experlem-e in
Veterinary practice iii Manilolta.
(IfllCC HI 'Jri,nl'rii„l, Hotel.
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| THE HOME OF UP-TO-;;
DATE TAILORING
LEASK & HENOERSON \\
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Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Beat
Ft. Steele Ilrewiiw Co.
Ask for Halcyou LITHIA WATER
Por family lire there ti iiutltlng
co vhalMumfl i  Hn   |.nre i.f
ii u.i/ymn i.i nn \ w \ti:ii,
SOLO AT  ALL BARS
IT'S BOTTLIill AT W. SPRINfiS
iii,..I I
Kinl.i
-Midline
Cftl-
l-,ul
• •hm lmve
as there
urned Iro
ttlirl'r  In
Ir,    llfttrj sftjrB
live in Calgarj
us llll'   l-nlililiuni
i) oarrj liis   lied
, us no hccoinmo-
Marysville, visit-
Wt'li nil  l*USUieBS,
I'.ml llamllcy,
nl Cnuibrook iiii
*.i li Kolson, <>f Mniile Creek
Sask., visited with Malooini McDermid ilii.s week. Mr. McDerraltl pm>
chtiecd some three hundred riieep,
which, he has mnn ng on the St,
Marys [iradrle. Mr, Wilson hns
Ininch of ovot lour hundred al Mr
i.uicli nn Lhe prairie and lie says Unit
.Mi. McDermm's bus dune u third
licttci than his. Mr. Wilson is
liiinly ploawd with the country and
intends in return in the (all ami tako
Up sunn- laud. It is such men as
Mr. Wilson that this country needs
and whai is more they aro coming
in fast.
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I        WARDNER I
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(Prow our owa eorreuiioudwi)
Missos Lucy Sheppard, Verio Martin and lv> ileniies left n tew   days
ago to    Bpcml    their vacation with
Mrs. Held, ol Swansea.
Three weeks ago an Owen Sound
man timet)! his iIor, a Hue, -m-U
hnd well briiuvwl setter, to chow
tobacco. Now Iho dujz, never scrapes
his feel «ii the door mat, never goes
in flinn-li, is oaroless ai meals, gets
burs in liis tail, slays out at nighl',
noes with a low class of dojrs and it
is feared he is beginning to rako an
Interesl in politics.
Mi. and Mrs. K, 11. llohart were
Cmnhrook visitors Tuesday last.
Tlw Misses Kindlay, ol Cranbrook,
niunud to their home a few days
ago with their uncle. Mr. .John McDermid at the Central hotel.
Mrs. T. Gaffney and little daughter
lleulah were in Cranbrook last Tuesdav.
Tho sa
.1.1 wav.
,»?    old story In ihe
Boost Wyotiffe,
s ii mo
Diuk Fraser, representing A. C
Downess, was transacting business it
Wyeliffe this week.
Welcou
iiHe lu
o is the word used iu
ill .strangers.
Wy-
Dirk Joyce, of Cranbrook, has been
visiting with liis mother, Mrs. Jas
i-inl,,',, „i Marysville.
Invest vour money in tho iruit
lands in and around Wyeliffe and yon
i-iin afford to retire early.
Thos. Walker, the well known brick-
'aver and contractor, was at Marys-
wile lliis week looking alter his
l.um. Mr. Walker has a very pros
oerous looking claim.
Several people from this thriving
burg nbtended tho performance of
Little Dollie Dimples" at thv
ranbrook Auditorium ou Monday
ight.
I' Luml, tho timher magnate ol
Wurdner, was up to his mill at
Manlier Creek on Saturday last.
I). It. Vales, the business   manager
thu Utis     Staples Lumber     com-
in\. is transacting busines in   Cnl-
.iry this weok.
■ one or two people in
who are troubled witb
llui. thai is natural,   of
There ni
lliis town
eliestieitis,
ourse.
S. I-Todson, who has a ranch above
Marvsvlllc, was in WycUffe oa Saturday with a wagon load of strawberries. He bad no trouble iu getting
rid of tbem, as they were of the very
best quality.
If you want to bay a good word
about, a place, and a town you wont
he ashamed of either, insl mention
Wyeliffe,
Where is there a town that can
compare wilh Wyeliffe?
.1. Fletcher, of Llbhle, Montana, is
now selling tor the Otis Staples Lumber company,
Miss Ilodson, fit  Marysville,
visiting friends in Cranbrook
Wits
tbis
Conductor D. Moore, A. Naslaii and
Isaac Burch attended Hie lodge meeting of llu: Masonic order at Cranbrook on Thursday evening last,.
Mrs. Isaac Durcb, who bus been undergoing au operation at Wie St.
Kugene hospital, returned home on
Saturday, Mrs. Uurch is very mueh
Improved and her many friends aro
nl.nl lo .see her home again.
If you want to invest your money
Is real estate that is worth dealing
with, try Wyolitro.
We have bad an example of Sunday
closing hero on Sunday last. We
observed the <la\ throughoul by read-
inn lbe Bospol and corry lug beer kegs
.hi,I telling the diflerence between
Scotch and Irish whiskey. We also
went to church in the evening and
took a very aotlve part. Tho
churches w.mi lhe hotels closed
Sundaj - Hn Monday they come
around and want the hotel men to
make llieir payment cm the organ in
the ehiiroh or contribute an ml. to
lln-tr church paper.
II   Myers and F.
iiiincni genl lemen <.
have been here for
looking o\,r llieir
arc contemplating
Improvements on,
accompanied tbem
over the country
making a purchase
land owner at  Cull
Hodges, two pro-
f Pullman, Wash ,
the past few davs
laud, whleli thev
making a lot of
J. M. Reid also
and is looking
with a view    of
ll.-
heavy
the applo orchard of Kast
Wyeliffe,
Kootenay.
T. P. MaMahon visited in tbo
banana belt city on Saturday lust.
Frank i.s one of the best fellows ihat
ever .struck the country and is a
thorough gentleman from iho   «-ord
Mon'l worry, work for
uroB Ihal tired feelinn,
\s ihis ironcludes our
of news (or this week, v
WyeHfTe,    H
little budget
e would ask
Mr. Marsh,
Co., Chicago,
last,
Mr. I'ete
last week.
representing Armour A
was in town Wednesday
Lund was in Marysville
A man who elopes with a wife
three children would rock boats
look down the barrel of a rifle.
Mr. Klwell, of Cranbrook, was
town last week on business.
A dressmaker is a person who says
there isn't any material over out ui
sixteen yards.
Wm. -JarHii and sisier, of
Steele, were visitors in town
week.
Fort
last
A Pennsylvania fanner has been
seriously injured in a light with a
wild cat, but that's nothing. We
■iiiow oi dozens of Canadian investors
Alio have been crippled for years as
,i result of encounters with Cohiill
wihl oats.
Jubu Alai tin is spending a few
lays with his parents here.
IL C. Adney, provincial police
spent ft couple of days iu Fernie Ihis
week on business.
Burglars in Belleville broke into
newspaper office.    It is believed thai
the thieves had recently escaped from
some insane asylum.
A landlord is a man who doesn't
ieliove that thc roof leaks.
this     weather    hot enough foi
Is
you?
Miss Maggie Keith is spending
few days    wilh her aunt, Mrs.    Jim
Brown.
After a woman has lieen married a
tew days she begins to think how
mueh better she could have done.
Mr. Wuido, representing the Foley
Co., of Winnipeg, Man., was* in town
last week.
Mr. MacNamara, of the Western
Canada Wholesale company, Fernie,
was in town Friday.
Deputy Game Warden Lewis, of
Fernie. "was in town Saturday last on
official business.
Police Constable Walsh, ot Fort
SHeele, was in town thc latter part
of last week on business.
A man to he a success in life must
be a sound character, good mind,
truly honest, and with clean, sober
habits, We would like to see every
bov in this town straighten up, quit
the whiskey, the cards, the cigarettes, and tobacco and start out ot
manhood's journey good, clean men
and their character would be complete. Show us a boy in town that
has none of these habits, and wo will
show you one who will make the
model man of our town.
Mr. Woodman is relieving agent at
the C.P.lt. station during the absence of Mr. Green, who is away for
a short vacation.
Mr. Palmer is the new night, opera
inr at the C.P.H. station.
Mrs, Sheppard and daughter rHurn-
ed from Cranhrook Sunday.
Provincial Cimstahle Lacey, ot
Klko. ami Constable Walsh, of Fort
Steele, were in Wardner Monday
ulticinl business.
Me;
wero
IL Hohart was in Femie   Sun
srs  Travis, Knight and Parsons
in Cianbrook Sunday,
Alex. Thornton and   Graham Dona-
Inn: were Craubrihtk visitors   Sunday
last. 	
Miss Kdith    Lund is home       from
Nelson for the holidays.
Master Tait, of Cranbrook, is visiting his friend, Roger Lund.
N'ot every boy can be a rich   man
or a great man, but every boy can be
lt  is right tbey should. Tlicy
nevei be boys bul once, but   lu
have fun is not altogether what- they
were maile for.     Boys ure of    value
chiefly to make men, gooil for   sonu>
tbinp; in the world.     Character, like
house, must have the right kind ol
foundation.     The foundation stonej
f a gooil   charnoter are reverence i.
Cod, respect and obedience to pnrenU
and deference for nld people.
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;ELKO AND TOHAC
00 PLAINS
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(Fium our owu correspondent)
The nunc point is not lo worry,
Win. Hamilton, government tire
warden and deputy game warden, was
around the Elko, Kootenay rlvor ami
Tobacco Plains district this week
billing the country with lire nonces
and looking over the saw null plants.
We believe that In the long nm
character beats trickery m business,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry, of Swift Current, Sask., dropped oil at Klku ibis
week for a couple of days visit, touk
a drive south and bough! a quarter
section of land. People iu search
fruil luud thai produce the nice,
juicy, goods, buy every time, tlicy
come to the Tobacco Plains country.
-Now is the time to see the.big red
apples in clusters on lhc trees, and
the way tlio Cranbrook millionaire
are Irving to, gobble up the land
around Kh>o wounl put a crimp in
blind man.
Ninety in the wood shed in thi
giM*l old .summer time.
get, through with an ordinary ursine dissolution, he slid down the
tree, and pulled out- his knife to do
a little skinning, He skinned up
the tree a moment later, with Old
Abe at his heels again. In the
meantime the man with tho rifle was
off for more ammunition. When be
returned the noise of the shots made
tho place so un con fort able that the
benr retinii.
(From the Pernio Free Press.)
Mrs, Coisau and the children    and
Miss Kidd went to the const on Sun-
la i.
'Hie bush lire, over near the Oedat
Val1e\ mill, which have been lying
siiiouldeiitm since the recent rains,
irotn oui again with renewed vigor
it Thursday ami kept the mill hands
usy all day lighting. No serious
nniago resulted.
\. W, Bleasdell left for Rochester,
Minn., ou Monday night. While east
he will have a delicate surgical oper
on performed. His frienils here,
il that means the whole city, will
hope fur bis speedy return to health.
\ man named Wilson, who forged a
cheque lo get even with a man who
owed liiin money, was sentenced to
imprisonment for one year by Judge
Wilson on Thursday.
Dr. Saunders, of Waldo,
ipleudid driving outfit, hn
lie, in Klko this week.
bought
se and i
Fred Sheridan, who run* ibe siagc
between ISlko ami Gateway and Kuu
tenay river points, opposition tu Juu
Hi.l's coffee     mill,   running bcl
1'cxiord and
Fernie, n
tin
ie,l
.'algary     S;
turdav.
lie
SIIJS
liggest thing
he saw a
11
0 Ian
m elephant.
If you can'
sa>  a g.
od
word
he   district
keen Vol
»sb tl.
limit)] shut .
nd rciiicmlni
llie
ng ain't .ill
taken  up.
I'he it
ve stay here
is hecuusi
It
S   .1    1
dace than w
licre we c
nu
from
t wasn I we
■1 go back
from
ill
Mr. .Vudersou enme down fi
Daley's Sunday and rode Into i>
in a beautiful while charger.
Strawberry short cake is all right
if it wasn't, so gosh darned short."
StUlman O'Neal was in Klko sink
ing hands with ol<l felmiris. Stillman
is walking the highways of sua
and driving a four-in-hand.
H. 11. Harper, of Hock Creek, left
Sunday evening for Okoioks, Alta,
but expects to return in the nea
future and reside hue p.-rmanently,
A game of baseball now and then
ls relished by all gentlemen;
"lhe ladies too, alt sorts and clans
Develop into howling fans.  ^^^^
The hall game between the Klku
Lightnings and Daly's Dumplings was
played in Klko Sunday. There w
several hundred spectators and the
grand stand looked like a rainbow ir
full bloom. The betting was even
hut the game was a hundred to one
chance in favor of the kids, the
Dumplings quitting at the 7th inning. The game was a very sociable
one, not one dispute arising during
the whole game. Kverything was
quiet and peaceful as a praver meeting. Thu Daly boys arc a line lot
of boys and can always depend
having a good time when they come
to Elko. On account of tho threatening rain uad a long drive ahead the
teams left for home about 6 o'clock,
singing that good old-fashioned song
entitled "We Shall Meet but We Shall
Miss 'Em."
"Marks," of Phil Armour's Uncle
Tom's Cabin and Simon Pure Fat
company, of Calgary, was baitim
trout iu Elko this week.
The most stylish arrangement of i
girl's hair now in Klko seems to
make it look as much as possible as
if it bad been combed with a sofa
pi How.
Don't miss the op|K)rtunity to see
the wonderful Tobacco Plains country
where the big red apples grow and
where wheat goes 40 bushels to the
acre, and the air is so gixwl that the
Inhabitants find it impossible to die a
natural death.
Mr. Thomas, who moved hero from
Alberln, south of Macleod, three
weeks ngo with his family on account nf Mr. Thomas' health, bought
it quarter section on Tobacco Plains
Dug MoKeo was in Klko
playing -a-eimd base, leaving
evening tor Winnipeg.
Sinn TiHlhuuter.  Ihe Klko
was   pitching     15    degree
Sunday.
Sundav
in     lhe
i wirli
curves
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FERNIE
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Missouri Bill," C. P. R. teamster
on Ihe Michel-Aldrich creek road, hud
a thrilling experience with a bear
last week.      while   sauntering along
a gentleman. A boy with gentle-J the trail with a friend who had a
manly manners, who is trusty and [rifle he came across a monster gri?.z-
honest and does his very best every ly. The rifleman emptied his maga-
day, will gain the attention and con-!zine in a general direction towards
fblenec of men and will be given pay-Ithe bear, ami bruin came up to see
iua and responsible positions as soon wbu I it was all about.     Bi>tb    men
as   he is   old   enough -to All them.itook      to    tbe     higher       foliage.  „  „„„„
Boys like to   have   tun and a good  "Missouri" climbed a tree about   the Ii you but smile.'.'-El,
bill
is their reput
splendidly     i
Tbe wind swooped around lbe grand gary
stand and  iu and around  the booths, I   Cu
At the east end of tho stand there is
a row  of bleachers next to the main
pul'ldoi-k, which    was crowded
spectators,    The bleachers are
rigbl agaiusl the fence ami i»n      tho|
flier side of the feme there stands a J
number of booths. The wind lifted
tho roof of one bunt li, composed ol
ncli hoards and Ux-1 RcnntHhR, ami |
hulled il over the [ence nil the beads;
ul Lbe spectators iu lbe bleachers.
All old man named Waller Scott, Of
Innisfail, Alia., was BtnicJi on     tho
■    o'clock    Saturday
f the airship was a
both the owners and
igement. The actual
will he in tbe neigli-
ind contracts that
5,000 will have to
■ llie manager of
bey have left now
and that has been
hied while iu Cal-
pl. Dallas .oul Iter! Hall were
111 hurl, and Mali will be in thc
spital for a few days, his arm bnv-
witli ing bad tho Mesh burnl off it.
built |
nil lit  a i
l.tss
ot  II,,'
uul omahoil
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roBoiiwI troi
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ilolirla
Unit liis 1,,*,,
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n-ua in "I-,*,,
unit
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Chas. Molr, operator at Medicine
Hat. was drowned in the "Basin" at
Banff on Friday. He was formerly
C.P.R. operator at Cranbrook and
was well known along the Crow.
Thc preliminary hearing in the
Black Hand ease'is dragging slowly
along. Only four witnesses have
been examined to date. The evidence
so [ar produced goes to show t-he
existence of a branch ot the society
in this town and their methods in
procuring recruits.
A very pleasant function took plaee
in the general manager's office of the
Cual compauy building ou Wednesday
afternoon, when the office stall gathered there for the purpose of making
,i presentation to R. W. Coulthard,
sales agent of the Crows Nest Pass
Coal company for some years, on the
occasion of his departure for Toronto, Out., where he will reside in lu-
lure. lie was presented with a verj
handsome travelling suit ease and
toilet articles, while Mrs. Coulthard
and their lillle daughter were the
recipients of a pretty pearl and diamond sunburst and a beautiful aold
braeelel respectively. Very eompll-
inenLirv remarks were made nn the
seniles rendered by Mr. Cmiltf.inrd
in ila- company iu ibe many years be
bad heen associated with It, and on
bis unvarying courtesy and genial disposition, which brought forth a very
feeling reply from the recipient, who
thanked the donors for their kindly
expressions of good will and tbu
beautiful  gifts.
| MOYIE |
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(From the Moyie Leader.)
R. .1. Coulter is now president of
the Moyie Miners' union, tilling the
unexpired term of John Taylor.
Miss Nicholson was in Nelson this
week attending the teachers' rumination.
.1. A. Gillespie, district accountant
for P. Burns & Co., was up from
Cranbrook Tuesday.
A. L. Mclntyrc, of Prince Edward
Island, has been engaged as principal
of the Moyie school for the ensuing
term.
R. T. Brvmner, manager ol tbe
Canadian Bank of, Commerce, Cranbrook, was in town between trains
Thursday.
Chas. Farrell is arranging to begin
work on the Society Girl property,
which adjoins the St. Eugene. This
week ho is having some work done on
the wagon road. The stock ot tbe
company is now on the market and
there is a good demand for it.
The sum of $30,500 was paid out
at the St. Kugene mine yesterday.
Business in the town was brisk, and
more than the usual number of peddlers from tbe outside were here to
[lick up somo of the loose dollars.
('has. Smith, former master mechanic at the St. Eugene, Is reiwrted
to be very ill in a Spokane hospital
suffering from Blight's disease.
.1. A. Johnson's family arrived here
Monday, and are making their home
at the Porto Rico mill, of which
company Mr. Johnson is superintendent
Mrs. Chas. A. MacKay arrived
home Thursday from Spokane, where
she was visiting with friends for a
week or iwo.
Frank Ray)iff had his left hand in-
lured (piito badlv yesterday by getting it caught in the lath*' at the St.
Eugene machine shop,
John Taylor left Thursday for
Denver, Colorado, where he will represent the Movie Miners union at
tho regular annual convention of tbe
Western Federation of Miners, which
convenes in that, citv on Monday,
luly 13, Mr. Tavlor expects to he
away about a month.
The supplies for Moyle's new telephone system arc here and aro stored
in the fire hall. Maurice Quaito will
lie up trom Cranhrook nert week to
install the system.
Mi in ■  timber
..h.i.i       When !
il  was Iouud 11
cut. his back ' ■
jt also broken,
lie was     conscious    and caltnlv   told I
some of those wbu picked him up that I
he bad only insl nrrlvod lo see    the ,
fair and lb.it he guossed he bad coino
to his iientb,    'rii,. ambulance reinovi*
eil him to the general lmspil.il, where
ew-ry effort was made tn saw   him,
lilt   iu    vain and   he passed    aw.iy
i pa
Allir.l (Iruwn, of Meirllon,
Vi: - " I'nr six j»ct,i I have
■Wll VtUn il  WM Id 1-e Ue*
N',i finf eve* •uif'-ml
iichhig lilietltng Piles
[ did imd I Hied everything
Iteln Ibnt railed.    Our tiny*
•- »h„ li..,l Iwan oiii-.i «„h
, a pari, i -i iiui i.> uy,
|^7AM-BUK
RELIEV f: S&CURES~
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I'lllt A WKIH'IM. UIKT III V X
LIBBEY'S CUT GLASS
"TIIK WORLD'S UKST"
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| W. H. WILSON.
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Jeweler anil
ii.ulimte Optician
SUPERIORITY is the nurK that distinguishes
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SMILES
Smile awhile:
While you smile
Another smites,
And soon there's twites
And miles
(II smiles;
Anil life's worth while
From ill o'htrs.   -   Unjx:elled in purity, strength and Mavor.
Sold by leading grocers (rem 50c lb.
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THE
miiiouiii'i'iiii'iit  thnl   In1 carries
nf iiiiTi'liiHiilist'. uud rticeivw
BIGGEST
slook of Fishing Tackle over seen
Sum- joulouB person mit;ht cull mo n
LIAR
Hut t'reil Roo in hnppy
IN
knowing thut he Inisii reputation in
ELKO
for vera 'ity which is worth more to hiui
than untold gold.
11,'initss mnl Saddles
Miners'
IKcliira
and    Prnx'
Supplii-h
hot
Ihi Goods
Hi
link erics
Oi
Raw furs
u,
I'mduce
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Fruit and Candy
a
Indian Curios
and
lisliiiiK Tackle Ihal
Caulica lhe Fish
|| THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORE j;
FRED ROO, Proprietor
ROOSVILLE, B. C. I I.KO, 11 C.
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"IMPERATOR"    BRAND
Ham and  Bacon
I'nt up Ity our peoplo, is tin1 IwbI in
Ciiiijida. Tho trouble iu to get
enough, owing to shortage of Miit-
flblo hogB, Wo have n supply of this
lliiiu and liiii-oii now.
P. BURNS <& CO., Ltd.
I'IIONI* NO. Hi
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FRUIT   LAND   FOR SALE
I lmve a fivt, ncre trad of Fruit Lund a little ovt.-r a
niilo from town thnl I will m-ll at a prico that will prove
attractive, witli purl easi, payment ami lialancji on mason-
able terms.   This is a snap.
I'RUIT   LAND."
Address
Care
of   Herald   Office
> THK   CKANIUtOOK   HEltALl)
P. 0. BOX S3
PHONG HI
HONEST
PAINT
Hindu ol piiti- materials, mixed
with skill governed liy experience, applied liy thoroughly
competent mechanics, STAYS
PAISTED.
B. H. SHORT
Tl,.' I'liiellonl Painter nnd l> irator
ARMSTRONG AVI*:
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He sure and attend thc
BIG DOMINION EXHIBITION
AT CALGARY, JUNE 29 TO JULY 9
and slop at the
QUEENS HOTEL
H. L.  STEPHENS,  Proprietor
The Besl ol Service. The Best of Rooms
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Try a   Case ol
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Doien Pints  $a.go
Eijiuil to Uiiiuiinss'.   Tlte finest Leverage nn the market
for family and table use.   Imparts vigor and
health, and tones up the body generally
JAMES   KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook, B. C
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT .It CO.. Proprietor!
CRANBROOK
B. C.
This In the hotel lliul they talk About.
Who ure "they" ?
'I'he |ieo|de.
Why do "they" tulk ?
On account of the tpwd meals, Ihe comfortable rooms, the excellent "ervlce, ami the cordial,courteous treatment uncorded lonll. Put a
meal at the Wentworth and vou become a Wentworth ltooster.   Try it.
§ Canadian Hotel |
One of thc pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar .stocked with the best
ia
8UJoseph Brault, Proprietor!
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BAKER   &   BANFIELD
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
Bog to announce thai Ihey are now open to give estimates
for Contracts, large or small. All our quotations are reasonable, and nothing bal tirst-olnss work. Let us ,|iu,t,- you
for your building, and compare our prices with all others iu
town.
I'. 0. Hon U03 CRANBROOK ANO HOSMER
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Nnw and Strictly Kirst-Olass Telephone 20811
American l'l,,,,. I2.">0 |Hir day up
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS i
Ciias. Hahtsey, Proprietor,
Cor. Seymour and Cordova Sts.
Oppoala ti. P. II. Station
Vancouver, B. C. :
Rambling Reveries
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Dezall's Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable
J. DEZALL* PROPRIETOR
Fine Driven, Handsome Rigs and Comfortable Stables
Automobile for Picnics, kides and Trips to
surrounding towns
a duti
Tbosi
BY A DREAMER
Show me tho woman wlio sometimes Ims supper at live o'clock and
sometimes not till efgbfc sometimes
dinner at noon, aud sometimes no
dinner at all; sometimes having good
bread and cake and meat, and sometimes sum bread nnd other things to
matrh—ami I will show you one who
eatraot raise a family' of healthy
children, nor keep so herself. Tho
husband nf such a woman uili. more
than likely, lament that he ever married such a "ne'er do woll," ami generally misery will be tbe ooligrowth
nf the unstable management of a
foolish woman.
SOUR OR SWEET?
Tlnii's the (juration, my brother,
and it's nol a mean one, either, loi
inaiiv <>f us had rather take a dose o|
salts than walk with your long-as-a*
rail face.
Vour dyspeptic brain, torpid eon-
science and sour disposition mako yon
anything bu1 agreeable company. Sou
ure called a Christian, too. ' Well,
maybe you are, but tlie fact is not
believed by many on earth. Possibly
you may console yourself with the
thought that thev know it in heaven.
I doubt it.
Why bo through the world always
iu a fog? You dishearten many, give
others the blues, and keep scores under clouds of doubt and darkness.
Vou make out that tlie path of the
just is nol "as a shining light," that
Ihe way is one of gloom, bard and
difficult. The way of the transgressor Is hard, but surely not the path
of obedience In which you claim to he
walking.
Swing around, my brother, ami get
your eye oil of self, "Rejoice evermore." Give up your sourness, quit
looking like a graveyard, Take the
sunny side of the street. Laugh onee
iu a while. Oct ofi vour stilts ami
walk with humble folks, cheer up,
tone up, wake up and see if milk is
better than vinegar, or in other
words, if it is not better to be sweet
than sour.
Don't And all your "good people"
among the departed, hut seek to discover a few among the living. It
will make you and the world happiei
to get into this habit.
A MODEL WIPE
We often wonder whv there arc no
more homes that ean safely be
spoken of as models. It would1 seem
as if tlwse who pass Uieir lives in
lhe country,—whose daily occupation
brings them in constant contact with
the varied beauty of held, and forest,
mountain and plain—who arc constant witnesses of Nature's great
mysteries—would, of necessity. he
filled with noble thoughts; that their
eyes would gather continual delight
Irom the beauties about them; and
Iheir whole lives shape themselves in
grander forms as a natural result of
their surroundings, Yet it is undeniably true that in eathcring up riches
for the future,—whieh after all thev
may never Miold—they forget the
claims of the present, and allow tht-ir
souls io grow less instead of greater.
So it comes to [kiss that the children
going out of t'hese houses, and finding
themselves, as they often may, in refined ami polite society for a lime,
become dissatisfied with home, and
seek a life that shall give them the
advantages whieh they suppose ihev
cannot obtain in the country. Is i't
not folly lo be so intent upon the
things which perish with the using,
us to forget higher aims',' Is it not
an evil when parents allow themselves
lo Ih' so alisorlied hy cares that they
neglect lo instruct their children iii
the proprieties of every day life, to
say nothing of t'he smalt sweet courtesies, the little acts of grace .so
fruitful of i^khI*.' A brief notice of a
.odd home points out the effects of a
better way.
TIIK  HOY  AND HIS MOTHER
One of out young men asks us    the
following question:
"What do you think of a young
lady while in the company of a dude
masher, remarking of an old schoolmate of hers, thai 'he is a good boy,
hul trod to his old mother's apron
strings, .mil is of no good on earth.'
Will not the boy come out ahead if
he supports and' cares for his mother'.'" Como out ahead Well, of
course he will. A girl who would
make such a remark is not worthy
to hlaoVen lhe shoes of a bov who is
kind to his old mother. Such a
girl hus no more heart in her than a
turnip, nnd is only lit—oh, she isn't
fit Ior anything, 'She oug-ht to be
taken across the knee of her own
mot her uuiil she thinks it is about
ihe middle of August and about KM)
in lhe shade. The meanest men in
Hie world are those who have allowed themselves to drift away from
their mothers ami forget all ahout
tWin. The liest and bravest men iu
lhe world are those who have never
been so proud us when doing some-
tiling pleasant for the kind old
mot'lier. The most heartless thing in
thc world is for a |»erson to make
such a remark as that quoted above
abi'iil a young man who is proud of
his iiiolher. and loves Iier so that
tear III her eye is like a drop of
molted lead on bis heart. The
young man wlm heard of such a remark being made about his relations
with his mother no doubt felt that
he had rather not have heard ot the
remark, Iml it is lucky that he did,
if he Ihiiught be bad anv affection for
that girl. She would not have said
il in liis hearing, which shows that he
is a hypocrite and a two-sided person. If lie married the girl he
would have a little hell of his own.
Sueh a girl would make a man wish
lie had never seen any woman except
'iis own motiier. No matter how
close the relation between a mother and son, a dav is liable to come
when tlie son will find a girl that he
will marry, ami though lie mav not
think less of his mottor, he wiM not
have quite as much time to devote to
her. but if he is such a son an tho
one above mentioned, there will never
he a day hut he will think of something that can Ik* done for bis mother. His good wife, if she is good,
will join him In anything that can
make ttie mot ber who bore him
hamiv. Ami a day will come when
the mot'lier will lay down Iier knitting, and take on her spectacles, and
her burden of lire will be laid down,
awl her last prayer will be for tho
son who lnts lieen joked by a fool
girl    for     being tied   to her apron
(iod's best gifts to a mother,
ful, loving som is the greatest
sons who have followed -the counsels
oi a loving mother, and who lmve,
perchance, followed the rem,tins ol
that- mother to the grave and beard
the cold clay rattle on her last rest-
n place, and who have gone away
from the scene with marts bowed
.ml broken, will never, in t-heir choice
f a partner for life, take one wIhi
.pokei,
kindlv
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GRAND FORKS FIRE SWEPT
(irand Forks, ll.c , Jul] Hi —The
oral inr in the historv ol this city
aitid early this morning, supposed-
h in i.fie Sqiiaie hotel, which was
scant, and had made sueh headway
belore being noticed thai it looked as
if the lower end of Uie town was
loiued        Two     blocks    and a half
were complete!J cleaned out, and the
pproxlmate loss, which cannot he
Mei lamed al present will reach
oarly $300,000, with possibly 85 per
ul  o( in
.nice.
\.  Barnaby, ol Maloy,   who   was
IfOpfng m   llie   Valhalla hotel,      was
burned to death, lus charred remains
dug found in ibe ruins.
I'he buildings destroyed were the
Vale hotel, Alberta hall, Valhalla
hotel, Victoria hotel, Parry's barber
shop, Mile-,' secondhand store, Wald-
barber shop, Telephone exchange, Canadian Pacific telegraph ollice, Windsor hotel, British American
Trust company, Kastern Townships
bank, Downey's cigar store, Province
hotel, t 'latemiun hotel, Salvation
Army barracks, (Irand Forks hotel,
Baud hall, Folger's residence, Horner's residence, While's jewelry store,
Co-Oporativo store, Chappie's'plumbing shop Woodland's drug store,
Coehiaiie's law ollices, Dominion Express ollice, and practically all the
Uwlges in the cily suffered a total
loss.
Besides these places, several buildings wliich were not occupied were
burned lo the ground.
When it was seen how serious
lhe lire was the steam fire engine
was hacked down lo lbe river, which,
along with the big tank, gave the
lire hoys plenty of water.
In several of  lhe hotels the guests
barely    escaped     with but a       few
clothes on, and in some   cases pelmatic a ilash   for    the street nearly
naked.
The wosl nide of First street was
threatened for some time.
On account of two of the local
banks being unable to reach their
vaults, owing to this morning's lire,
Mayor Frlpp has proclaimed today
and tomorrow legal holidays.
It is stated that another man is unaccounted for since the fire.
As near as can be found out the
value of lhe various properties destroyed and the insurance carried are
as follows: The Vale, building and
furniture, Slll.utM, insurance $15,000;
lhe Victoria, loss $8,01(0, insurance,
$5,0110; Hodega building, loss $2,500
insurance, $1,000, Miles secondhand
store stock, $2,tun, insurance none;
Smith block huilding, $2,500, insurance, $1,000; slock $700, insurance m/ne; Walker block, loss
$2,500, insurance $500; V. A N. telephone and C.P.K. telegraph, loss
$1,800, the Windsor, loss $7,500, in-
■>. ji.iaiii,- i-;. r. it.mii, loM
$11,110(1, insurance $ii,000; R. A.
Trusl loss. $2,(l(l(i, fully insured; Fred
Downey, building $1,500, no insurance, slock $3,000, insurance $1,500,
Province hotel, loss $8.(100, fullv insured, Clarendon rcstaiiraii-t, Squaie
hotel, Salvation Army barracks,
Union ball, value $25,000. insurance
$12,iiun, (irand Forks hotel, loss
$1,0011. insurance $2,500, Chappcl,
building $11,011(1, insurance $3,500;
Woodland, loss $5,000, insurance
$3,800; fraternal societies, Dominion
Express, less books and express
packages; W. B. Cochrane, loss $500,
no Insurance; Canadian customs, lost
11 record papers; Cit-opcrative building $8,1100, insurance $0,000, stock
$7,imO, insurance $5;000; R. R. Oil-
pin, value $2,000, insurance $1,000;
Win. Spier, furniture $2,000, insur-
iinfc $1,1*00; Folger huilding $2,500,
insurance $1,(100; Clark and Bower,
about $80ii, Granby hotel,
$1,000. no insurance; Samuel Horner,
$5011. no insurance; Watigh Bros.,
loss $i.0ll. insurance nun. In addition to the above the many fraternal
societies which meet in the biock, loss
practically all their regalia, etc,
TIIK COST OF PATRIOTISM
New York, .luly C—A Chicago special to the Tribune says:
•'Seventy-one dead and 2,20-1 injured are ' lhe figures In the Chicago
Tribune ith of -lulv casualty list up
to 11 p.m. lust night. An analysis
of the figures shows the following details:
Of the deaths thero were by fireworks and resulting lues, 37i, by cannon, 3; by firearms, 15; hy gunpowder, U; by toy pistols, 2, by runaways, 5; by heart failure, due to
explosions of cannon crackers, 2.
Those injured were, Ry fireworks
196; hy gunpowder, 551. by torpedoes
B0; bv toy pistols, 211; by bomb cannon, 50; liv runaways, 15.
The lire Ions was $525,065.
This breaks al) records for death
since Ihxii. Thc number of deaths
tliis year reported up to midnight
last night is thirteen more than at
tlu- same time last year. In 1005
fifty-nine were dead at tlie same hour.
Thc number of Injured, howwver, is
1,183 less than iu 11)07, and is the
smallest number since 1901, when
1,813 were hurt. This is regarded
as an indication that the agitation
for a "Sane Fourth" is having its effects."
The Name of
Black Watch
On a Tag on a Plug ol
Black Chewing Tobacco
Sluds lor Qulify.
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HENRY'S NURSERIES
V,
"V. ii.
Ill
llll'  I.lll
iiii.iiiiii  peach,   nprlonts,
lii-iiv. iilntii. prune, near
all Hi
loo.iiQO
10,000 <
leading v
lending
small trulls.
'inaii,,-nial trcei
uii'iiis tor He
August
ul.
, seeds,
Strlctl)  Iium,- grown vvlttu
iliun mnl   imi subject   t,,
liom fumigation.
stock „i bulbs I,, arrive in
from Japan, Prance mnl llouti
II,*,'   supplies,  spray   |,iiiuii,
etc.,
llu page catalogue free.
OFFICE, GREENERIES & SEEDHOUSE
IW1D WESTMINSTER ROAD
VANCOUVER,     -      -      B. C.
ttie (late ot ttie first publication
bt-rcot Richard O. llarnwcll, ol
Winnipeg, in tbe Province ol Manitoba, intends t„ submit to tbe
Honourable tin- Chiel Commissioner
ol Lands and Works a proposal
under lbe provisions of tbe Kivcrs
and Streams Act and Amending Acts
lor tin- right to improve the Kkook-
umchuck Creek, in East Kootenay,
fnr a distance up stream ot about
9 (nine) miles from its junction
with tho Kootenay Itiver, and to improve tin- tributaries ol the said
creek, and t„ remove obstructions
fioin tlie same and tributaries there-
of, anil tn make same fit for the
lilrivin,;, sorting, storing, booming
'anil raltin; „l lues, timber, lumber,
raits ami crafts, and also f,,r the
ri*ht tu collect tolls thereon.
The lamls and waters t,, !„■ nflcctcil
are the saiil SI kumohllck creek ami
ills tributaries, the lands Included in
,,,'i*l nines 'M'ccial   timber   licenses    Nos.  16080,
''" 'u'il-'l.l,   16174,   1J171,   15179,   16168
•■"l';llill:ll,    1115,13,   IM,:!,   1517ft.    15170
15IB0, 10501, 18374   and   Lots 6088,
6616, 6615.   6021,   6022,    7222. 8455,
II   ibe flroup I, Kootenay District, and va-
leant Crown Lands.
it  iiii-|   Dated at Cranbrook, B.C.,       tbis
lainaee 6th day nf May, A.D. 1908.
W. F. Ourd,
Solicitor for Richard (l. Barnwell,
8-9t
ami
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
 I, with Until*
every ro,
llilile* si,,,,,,,,, il„* ,„
Thoruughly up to-,
Rales, $2 00 a day and up.
OEO. P- WELLS), I'roprlolo
H. TO.MKIN, .Malinger
Perry Creek
Hotel
Only 15 miles from Cranhrook
The finest Drive in the Knolenays
See tli ■ greatest Placer Milieu
In the interior of Britisli
Columbia, within Iiu
iiniiuti'n' walk ot
the Hotel
Excellent accommodation
Good Fishing
T. M. BRYDEN, Proprietor
THE
ISLAND HOTEL
Wnldo, B C.
.Ml'l/ST. JOHN, I'ropuetor
Soutli east Kootenay's Great
Summer Kesort
HUNTING AMI FISHING
JllBt lbe place to Cprtllll u few
■lav?' vacation
flarHtoeked with the be->t
liiniug service first-class
Comfortable Kooms
Faith in
Cranbrook
Is what eneournges the ambitions
eiti/emi of Cranbiook nt present.
This i« itoing to Iw tbe tteni year
thi city lum ever known.
Willi mieh sentiments we have
decided to devote our energy to*
wards supplying the demand for
work in our line.
We can draw your plnn» for
anything that inn be described
on paper and can then build ne-
cotding to them.
.lob Work of all kinds receives
our prompt attention*
■Indue us by nur customers ami
what they my nbout US,
Huchcroft & Bowness
Contrflcln,, anil lluiMer,
MINERAL APT
IForm F.)
CERTIFICATE     OF     IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
BLUE IIII.I. FRACTION MINERAL
CLAIM, SITUATE IS THE
FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAV
DISTRICT.
WHERE   LOCATED:-NEAR BULL
RIVER ON FENWICK
MOUNTAIN
Take notice that 1, .lames A. Harvey, F.M.C. N„. 1380, acting as
agent for .lamps T. Laidlaw. Free
Miner's Certificate No. 6353, intern!,
silly days Irom date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a
Cert'illcnte of improvements, tor the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claim.
And lurther take notice tbat action, under section 87. must be commenced belore the issuance ot such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this lllth day ol June, A.D
1008.
12-tlt .lames A. Harvey.
CRANBROOK   LAM)  DISTRICT
DISTRICT til*'    EAST  KOOTENAY
ike noi,,,* Unit Catherine Mclnnes, "I Elkmouth, wife of M. Mc-
liuies. intends i„ apph for permis-
i" purchase the following rtcs-
a*il„il land
jmraenclug ai  ., post planted   at
Hi,- intersection ol the eastern iiuiind-
'i tlif right-of-way of Tbe Crows
( Southern Rallwav, with      the
hern boundary of Lot 121. Group
.   Kootena)   l»,strict,  thence   east
• said boundary so drains, ih,*nce
nort-h 80 ohains, thence west    to the
Mn l„„,i,.l;,n „i Lot  1112, Oroup
i.i.nc* south    to the south-east
» i "i Loi  11 U. thence west along
southern     boundarj    „t   said
Block      nu       to    ,|„.      ,-asu.ra
*..„,alary ,.i the right-of-way  ol    the
'lows Nes-t Southern Railway, thenee
...nib along ibe   said eastern bound-
iry ,,l said rlght-ol-way to the point
,i commencement and containing 480
teres*, more or less.
Catherine Mclnnes
Dated .i„„, 23rd, 180S. 17-ilt
-MINERAL  Al I
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE       OF      IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
HIDDEN TREASURE, COLUMBIA,
MATTERHORN AND MINNIE
HA HA MINERAL CLAIMS,
SITUATE IN THE FORT
STEELE MINING DIVISION
UK EAST KOOTENAV DIS-
I'RU'T.
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE      OF      IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
.SILVER BELL, BLACK HILL
YANKEE GIRL, FRACTION,
TARRANT, B. C, WASP,
FRACTIONAL, MINERAL
CLAIMS SITUATE IN THE
FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAV.
WHERE LOCATED: LUKE CREEK
Take notice that James Angus.
Free Miners Certificate No. B.6089,
and William Tarrant, Fro Miner.
Certificate No. B.6090, intend, sixty
days Irom the date hereoi to apply
to the Alining Recorder tor Certificates ol Improvements Ior tbe purpose ol obtaining Crown Grants of
the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under Section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance ol such Certificate
ol Improvements,
Dated this 9th day of June,
1908.
James Angus,
William Tarrant.
A. D
12-9t
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE     OF     IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
"BLUE DRAGON" MINERAL
CLAIM, SITUATE IN THE
FORT STEELE MINING DIVI
SION OF EAST KOOTENAV
DISTRICT.
WHERE LOCATED: LUKE CREEK
Take notice that James H. King,
Free Miners Certificate, No. B.6312;
intend, silty days Irom the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Re
cordcr for a Certificate ol Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining
Crown Grant of the above claim.
Aud further take notice, that action, under Section 37, must ne commenced before the issuance ot sueh
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated tbis 0th day ot June, A.
1008.
James H. King,
per William Tarrant
(F. M. C, B.6090)
l2-9t kis Agent.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF    SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KOOTENAV
Take notice that Catherine Mclnnis, ol Elkmoutb, B. C, wile ol
Malcolm Mclnnis, ol the same place.
intends to apply lor permission      to
fiurchaso    the    following    described
and:
j   Commencing at a post planted    at
the   northwest   corner    of Lot 123.
NOTICE
Iln* Railway Compauy, 01 am olhcr
railway situate near tin* proposed
ailvvay ,,i any pan thereol, and to
-instinct .skIiiiks at any such collection^ lo receive Iroli, any person,
loveriimcnt or body corporate grants
,1 land, money or other assets in ,uj
of construction of said undertaatng,
with power lo construct ami operate
telegraph anil telephone lines (ur the
purpose „l its business and lor the
public, with such other powers awt
privileges as are usually given to
Railway companies.
Dated
of .Inn,*,
11,11 VI
18-61
U  Cianbrook tbis   12th ilav
A.D. IMS.
. McCarter ,*t Maclonalil,
Solicitors for Applicants.
WHERE
LOCATED:—ST
LAKE
MARVS
Take notice that William Tarrant,
Free Miners Certificate No. Utio-.tu,
as agenl for ,1. II. King, Free Miner's Certificate No. B6312, and .lames
Angus, Free Miner's Certificate No.
B60S9, and for himself, as owners of
the above mentioned Mineral
mis. intend to ap
pl., sixty days from the date hereof,
tu the Mining Recorder for a Certificate ,'f Improvements, for the purpose
oi obtaining a Crown Grant ot the
above claims.
And lurther take notice tbat action, under Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ol such
Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated this 21th   dav ol June, A.D.
1908.
16-9t William Tarrant.
SMALL DEBTS COURT
KLKCTOHAi. D1STRICV OF
CRANUivUUiv
Notice is hereby given that sittings
of tbe above Court will be beld at
the Government Builuing, Cranlirook. for tue disposal of cases every
Wednesday, at two o clock p.m.; at
Movie every Saturday at the same
hour: and at Marysville, Fort Steele
ana Wardner on such days and dates
may be appointed in the proceedings.
All debts and demands not exceeding the sum of lieu can be sueu for
.na recovered in tbe above mentioned
Court on summons and judgment,
garnishee tenner belore or alter juug-
meut) or on instalment oraer, wtucn
be enfoiced by commitment if
necessary.
Instructions for proceedings can be
banded in to tbe undermentioned
clerks of the court, viz.:
F. R. Morris, Dtputy -juerui,
Cranbrook.
P. O, Routh, Provincial Constable,
Moyie,
-or to-
Josepb     Walsh,    Provincial     Constable, Fort Sleele.
Dated 22nd day of June, i-',-*.
uy oruer,
Joseph ...van,
ll-9t Magistrate.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS
Any available Dominion Lands
witnm the Railway Belt in British
Columbia, may be bomeateadeU uy
any person who is the sole bead ol *
family, ur auy male over 18 years ol
age, to the extent ol ooe-quartet section ol Ilill acres, more or less.
Entry uiust be made personally at
the local land office lot tbu district
in wblcli 't.v land is situate. hnlty
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain eomulious by tlie lathtr,
mother, son, daughter, bro.her ox
sister of an intending hourestcie:.
Ttie homesteader is required tu perform lbe condition*, connected tbeic-
witb under one oi the lullowiug flans.
tl) At least six moatha' ie*idsLc,
upou and cultivation ot the land iu
each year Ior three fears.
fi). II the lather (or mother,
if thu father is deceased), ot the
homesteader resides upou a (arm in
tbe vicinity ol the land entered   Ior,
WESTERN .MEN   GET A BOUNTY
Ottawa, July I.—llmi. Frank Oliver
fins given not iee of a fair amendment
to the bill authorizing a bounty    to
volunteers who served in South    Al-  „    _ _ .
rica, providing thnt it' shall apply to!East Kootenay District, tbenee east
all volunteers who resrde or were 'eighty cbains, thence north 80 chains,
domiciled in Canada at the time ol tlience west to Lot 6261, then tol-
thcir enlistment for military service lowing the boundary line ot Lots
iu South Alrica. |»261 and 4112 and thc right ot way
In the event of u volunteer's death ol the Crows Nest Southern railway
•between tlie dale of enlistment    and to the point ol commencement,   and
Dec. .11, 11110, ii grant of laml    may containing 400 acres, more or less.
In- made to his    leva! representative, i        Catherine Mclnnis, Locator,
Any person entitled to choose scrip* Malcolm Mclnnis, Afient.
in lien of landjnny give notice of bis     Dated June 11   1908. Ll-Ot
Choice before Dec. 31, 1910.
Thc bill,    which   hus already been
discussed in the house, provides* for a
,,,, .„„ , ,..„.. land grant or bounty for South At-
striuns. and she will close her cyes'rican   veterans   living in Manitoba,
hi death with the feeling that ol  all  Alberta and Saskatchewan.
NOTICE
Notice   Is hereby given tliat   alter
the expiration ol sixty days     trom
Notice is hereby given that an application will lie made to the Legislative Assembly uf the Province ot
British Columbia at its next session, tor au Act to Incorporate tbe
Meadow Creek Logging Hallway
company, with power to construct,
equip, maintain and operate a line or
lines ol railway ot standard or oilier
gauge iu East Kootenay District, to
ne operated by steam, electricity, or
any other power, for the carrying ol
freight, passengers and express over |
the following routes:
1. Commencing at a point between line requirements aa to residence may
mile posts Forty and Forty-One on'be sat,sued by such person residing
lhe British Coli'iubia Southern Rail- with the lather or mother.
way mar Yabi| tbenee running south* (3), lf tbu settler has his ptr-
jrastciiy to Meadow Creek; ibence! uiauent residence upoa tanning laud
lollowing Meadow Creek in an caster-[owned by him In Uw vicinity ol his
ly and southerly direction to tlie homestead, tbe requirements as to
International Boundary line, a u..,- residence may be satiafied by resid-
tance ot ten miles, more or less.      | ence upon the said land.
2. From a point ou llie llrilisli, Six months' notice in writing
Columbia Southern Railway about should be given to the Commissioner
two and one-halt miles west oi ui Dominion Laads at Ottawa ol iu-
Cranbrook, theuce running in a south- tenlioa lo apply lor patent,
westerly direction through Lots COAL—Coal mining rights may he
5218. 2310, Usui, 2311 and 6318 to leased for a period ol twenty-one
the south-westerly end of Smith's years at an annual rental ol tl per
Lake, tbenee in a north-westerly di acre. Not more than 2,670 una
lection to Perry Creek, a distance of shall be leased to one individual or
eight miles, win** or less. company.    A royalty at tbe rate ol
3. Branch lines from either of the five tents per ton sball be collected oa
above, not exceeding in any one case tbe merchantable cool mined.
five miles in length, with power    to W. W. CORY,
connect wilh and enter into running Deputy ot the Minister ol lhe Interior
arrangements witb the Canadian Pa- t-im
■A TIIK CHANBHOOK   IIKHA1.D
,,m,,,,,,,,,,,mu;,,i,,,,,,H^;^mi^*HMM lllll m„imimiii i li.iiiiiiiiiiii
RE .SOLVED
THAT WE AREJ)ETFJ?MINED
To cum our 5tock«
!|IMf!
glJSTER. BROWN)
Two Piece
Summer Suits
Single and Double llrcaslcd
$18.00 Suits for .
*    $14.00
15.00 Suits for . .
.    11.50
M,00 Suits lor .
•    11.00
12.00 Suits lur .
9.00
10.00 Suits for .
7.00
Flannel Suits
$10.00 Suits lor
7.00 Suits for
6.00 Suits for
S8.00
5.50
4.50
OUR -STOCK li ALL CLEAN .STOCK. WHAT WE
MEAN BY CLEANING OUR -STOCK 1*5 THIS. WE WI-SH
TO CLEAN OUR -STORE Of ALL -SUMMER GOOD-5. To
VO THI-5 WE ARE MAKING .HE VERY LOW PRICED ON
ALL .SUMMER GOOD.S RIGHT IN THE BEGINNING OF OUR
•SALE. BELOW ARE THE REDUCTIONS WE ARE NOW
MAKING ON OUR RELIABLE GOODS. WE DO NOT
CHANGE TICKETS ON OUR GOODS WHEN WE MAKE A
REDUCTION SALE. WE SELL TOR So MUCH LESS
THAN THE PRICE WE AT FIRST PUT ON OUR GOODS
AND YOU KNOW WE BELIEVE IN MAKING ONLY FAIR
PROFITS IN THE BEGINNING. THEREFORE YOU CAN BE
SURE THAT OUR PRICES ARE MONEY SAVING PRICES
FOR YOU RATHER THAN MONEY MAKING PRICES FOR
OURSELVES.
Canvas Shoes
and Straw Hats
$2.S0 White Bluch. Bals $2.00
2.25 Tan Bluch. Bals 1.90
2.00 While Bluch. Bals 1.65
2.25 Tan Oxfords. . . 1.90
2.00 White Oxfords . .   1.65
Straw Nats
$3.50 Wide Leaf $2.90
3.00 White Sailor . . . 2.50
2.00 White Sailor .. . 1.50
1.75 White Sailor. . . 1.25
1.50 White Sailor. . .   1.15
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QUEENS HOTEL
Crnnbrook,   It.
OUST. A Nil KEN. p|
Our M,,ii„; "Tlio Bust la No
■T,
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TERRIBLE
DEATH
HATCH
OF  MISS
CANADIAN TERCENTENARY AT
QUEBEC
OFFICIAL PROGRAMME
Sunduy, .luly 13.—The Association
„f French-Canadian youth will render
homage to Champlain at* the toot of
his statue.
.Monday,    Jul;,   26.—Mounted   ller-
nlds-at-Arms   and    Mon-of-thc-Watoh .„„ ,.,„;,. ,,, ,,..„ „„,, ,,,,„ ,,„„„,,,„„ •,,
will appear.!,, the .streets, counted | •« K^^^tjSSSwSi
Exceedingly tragic was the death
of Miss Helen II. Hatch, a member
of the Alpine Club party, which is
now climbing peaks of the Rookies.
The frightful accident occurred on
Tuesday.       Miss Hatch was twenty-
rectly due to fracture of the skull.
Alt-hough Ihe accident caused n
f loom over the camp, the schedule tor
llie remainder of the meeting will he
followed as planned.
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Manitoba Hotel
dan McDonald, propkibtor.   cranbrook. b. c.
headquarters for
Lumbermen'
ni liy locatoil nndliaft one of tlie host itlnlngrooitis
t la Biippiietl wilh tbe heat of Mijuora atul Cigars
Cranbrook
Hotel e* 3
fiuchis Cumliirl a Specially
Uuod Stabling In Connection
Nearc-nl iti railroad nm! depot.     Has arcoiiimoilit-
liuilN   (ui   ilif   public   iin«'t|nall**-(1   lu   Ctatibrouk.
Hoggarth & Rollins
ll,,t and Cold Itail,-  Proprietors
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Thai's what any woman is after a hoi cup of Fragrant
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R.am
Lai's
Pure
Teat
us iu tlif time of Champlain. Tin?
heralds will proceed through ihe
citv, stopping at tbe important
places to mako official announcements
ul the celebration, tbe arrival oi tbu
ollicial guests, the programme of the
following day, etc.
Tuesday, July 21.—Arrival and reception of the oflicial guests and
French and American fleets. Afternoon, Hrst. pageant on tihe Plains of
Abraham. Kvening, roneert in the
drill hall.
Wodnesday, .luly 22.—Tbe Prince of
W';ib*s arrives in the afternoon, landing at the King's wharf.
Thursday. .Inly 2-'L—Cbamplam
day. Afternoon, arrival ot Champlain in his ship Le Don de Dieu.
Procession from Mie landing* place to
his s-tiitne, illustrating the historv of
i. anada. Prpsentation of address
am] other oflicial ceremonies. Evening, illumination of the combmdi
llci'ii and the surrounding country;
great; display of fireworks on l*vis
Height, opposite Quebec.
Friday, July 21—Morning, review
ot twenty thousand troops on the
Plains of Abraham and dedication of
the Quebec battlefield. Afternoon;
second pageant, on the Plains. Even-
iiii-. gala concert.
Saturday, July 25.—Afternoon, gala
performance of pageant on th©
Plains. lacrosse match by the
championship teams.
Sunday, July 26.—Solemn mass on
the Plains of Abraham.
Monday, July 27.—Regatta iu the
harbor, Fourth pageant on the
plains. Naval display at. eight
o'clock bv the ships of the fle-ets.
Tuesday, July 28.—Morning, children's fete and day fireworks on tho
iilains. Evening, government ball,
^iven bv the Province of Quebec at
ilie Parliament House.
Wcdnesdav, Julv 29.—Departure ol
the Prince of Wales. Fifth paticeanf
on lhc plains. Children's fete and
.lav fireworks in the Victoria Park.
Kvriiing, civic reception at tlie citv
hall.
Thursday, July 30.—Parade of#   the
itlonal societies and Canadian    aud
I her clubs mid associations. Evening, ureal display of fireworks In tbe
Victoria park.
Friday, July .HI.—Last pageant- on
the plains.
As befits the occasion the threo
hundredth birthday of Quebec will ho
celebrated from next Saturdav, tho
1811, until Friday, July 31st. All
roads', for those two weeks will lead
lo Quebec. By land and by water,
from Eastern Canada and Western
Canada, from Great Britain, from thc
United States, and from the British
empire beyond the sea thousands will
Hock to the Gibraltar of North
America.
Apart from its historic, associations
Ihere is not a place in Canada where
lhe proposed pageant could be more
artistically and fittingly carried out.
Old Quebec is lavishly endowed by
nature with beauty and qualntness.
Walled, as she is, she stands at the
gateway of the St. Lawrence, and
has been aptly termed the "Sentinel
City ot the St. Lawrence."
inspector at Lethbridge, Alta,
The party of .which Miss Hatch was
a member on the fatal day was in
charge of Mr. K. O. Wilder, son of
the president of the club, with Mr.
P. D. McTavish assigned as his assistant. Although only nineteen
years of age, Mr. Wheeler ranks
second to none, with the possible exception of the Swiss -guides.
rwo
FJHE AT WARDNER
HOTELS    WERE     LOST IN
THE FLAMES
Two hotels, one owned and occupied
hv James Brown, nud the other oc*
citpied hy John McDermid, were
burned to the ground on Friday night
last, t'ogethei with a row of old
frame buildings, nt one time used as
stores. The fire started in an unoccupied room at the- Union hotel about
12.3f) o'clock and    was first noticed
able mountaineer.      lie lias      heen by Mr.   Wehb^ bartender at the Cen-
X It chases away the old tired feeling, and fills
|    her with new life.   So DELICIOUS too.
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Read the HERALD
FOR SALE
820 acres of land, very suitable for
combined stock and fruit farm, 200
icres Is first-class bottom land with
never falling stream of excellent
water. Bordering on aouth side is a
One lake of about 200 acres, a large
quantity of open country, surrounding
suitable for grazing stock. Some
improvements.      Clear . title.      En-
climbinc mountains since he was nine
years old.
It was 11.30 o'clock when thc party
had reached a height of 7,5(10 foot.
This was about, at the timber line
and they were crossing a couloir, the
bottom ot which was filled with snow.
They filed in a slanting course down
the side of the couloir when their
path crossed a patch nt snow not
more than twenty-live feet; in '-tilth.
Mr. Wheeler, who was in the lead,
glissaded across the snmv, remaining
on his feet. Miss Hatch next reached the snow and called "I'm going,"
to those behind her. Mr. Wheeler
called to her to wail) a moment - ,d
stooped to remove a stone from -..er
path. lie intended to brace himsell
to catch her as she reached the lower
edge of the snow. Not regarding his
words, she ran a few steps and
sprang upon the snow and while
voung Wheeler was still bending over
"the snow she ran past Mm.
Realizing her danger, she flung out
her hand, at which he made an ineffectual grasp, merely being able in
touch the tips of her fingers. Sho
had acqiiirrH such momentum that
when she struck the turf at the foot
of the snow she fell forward with
great violence, rolling over and over
until fdie came to a sheer drop of
ten feet down whieh she plunged upon
a lied of loose boulders. Across
these, with increasing velocity, her
hody continued until another drop
brought her again to the snow in lhe
bottom of the couloir, down which
she slid for a considerable distance.
Mr. McTavish. who had been immediately behind Iier in the line, was
the first to reach her body and he
found her still breathing. 'Her heart
ceased to heat a minute, later.
The distance from the poinl where
the unfortunate girl first fell to the
snow to which she dropped below
was about one hundred feet.
Mr. McTavish started to notify tho
main camp and by running all the
way down the mountain readied the
others Im 3 o'clock In the afternoon.
In tlw meantime, Mr. Wheeler nnd
Mr. Howard followed down the mountain at a much lower pace wilh Miss
Purslow, who was all bul overcome
bv the shock of her friends' death.
Prcsidi-n! Wheeler made n detailed
inspection of the ground at the scene
of the accident and officially reported
tbe facts to the members of the club.
The Incline was steep and undoubtedly it, would be impossible to arrest a
hody that had onee started to fall;
hut- it was certainlv not a place.thnt
would lie considered In any way dangerous to one accustomed to mountain-climbing; nor would any guide
have used a rope for any member of
his party, male or female, who had
any knowledge of mountaineering.
The young woman who met with the
acctderil had encountered much more
difficult places both in ascent and
descent ot Crows Nest mountain.
Eleven stalwart men, including two
Swiss guides, loft    the camp at    2
o'clock the next morning and joined
the four men who had watched by the
body during the night.       An Alpine
Utter was constructed and at    nbout
o'clock the descent wns begun, six
men at a lime hearing the litter.
An Inquest; was held at Oolden and
verdict of accidental death was re-
tial hotel. Mr. Webh had gone out
to earry in .some chairs which had
heen left on the sidewalk, and as he
turned to go into thc building, the
blaze shot from a window in the
front of the Union hotel. He gave
the alarm at both hotels as quickly
as possible. There being no water
nearer than tbe river, soon all the
buildings in the rear as well as the
Cenlral hotel, were a roaring mass of
Halites. No lives were lost, but one
man named Mephaii was very badly
burned while irying to escape'by the
window of bis bedroom, his roommate
also was forced lo jump, receiving a
sprained ankle. Nearly all the occupants of the hotels lost all their
clothes. Mrs. Brown and children
escaped in their night clothes.
A week ago a quantity of rags and
paper soaked in oil was found blazing
nt the hack door of the hotel, and
the fire extinguished before much
barm was done, lt is evident that
the fire in this case was deliberately
set. but tlie cause of Friday night's
tire is as yet unknown.
The loss, with the exception of the
two hotels, is comparatively nothing,
as Ihe other buildings were of very
little value, and is almost covered by
insurance.
WHAT THE
ADVANCE
SAYS
With one of the strongest stock
companies ever seen on the coast aud
in this city Geo, B. Howard and his
excellent company will lie seen at the
Auditorium commencing next Mondav night, and tlie balance of the
week. The opening hill will be
"Christopher, Jr," a play made fam
oiis hy John Dow and Maude Adams.
Oeo. B. Howard, a comedian known
throughout the United States, has
gathered about him a caste selected
in New Vork and the coast, and
from thc press reports his company
is one of the liesl, if not the best of
its kind which has ever been seen iu
the west. A little over n year ago
the eompany .tumped from Cli'lcago to
Los Angeles, Cal., to play a stock
engagement nf twenty weeks at the
llotchkiss theatre. At the close of
the engagement Ihere. whirh was a
mosl prosperous one, the company
loured through the large cities of
California and lhe Pacific coast, finally working into Britisli Columbia.
Last August the company went to
Cnlgary for three weeks and then to
Edmonton for the same length of
time. After Edmonton the company
played a return engagement in Cnlgary of two weeks. And during that
Iglit weeks engagement they broke
all records tor popular priced attractions. The people of Cranbrook
know this company and the writer
has beard expressions ot great delight
hearing ot their return. The
cumpany's representative states that
Mr. Howard will introduce some new
plays and a change of hill each night.
The company has been greatly
strengthened since they were hero
last.
*
NOTICE—No youngsters can obtain
goods without a written order from
parents or parties  sending for same,
PICKED UP   ABOUT   THE CITY
BY ASK INC OUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Bitr alteration sale—C.C.S.
New art vases at the Fink Mercantile Co.
J. W. Bennett, ot Fernie, wns in
the city last Monday.
N. Hanson returned from the Calgary fair last Saturday.
Mrs. J. F. M. Pinkham is spending
the summer at the coast.
S. McMahon, of Wyeliffe, was in
Craubrook on Saturday last.
Take a walk through the C.C.S.
store this week fm* bargains.
J. A. Broley, of Feruie, was n
Cranbrook visitor ou Monday.
A. A. Ward, mayor of Sifton City,
was in Craubrook on Monday.
Wigen's   strawberries, always fresh
t Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
E. E. Jones, ol Kimberley, was   a
('ranbrook visitor on Saturday.
imber Inspector Carney enmo Into
town on Tuesday afternoon's train.
Mrs. Oarow (lihson, of Victoria, is
visiting with her brother, Dr. Green,
Iv C. Smith, the Wyeliffe rancher,
was in town al  the bediming of (he
week.
Mrs. Douohoe returned lo Wasa on
Sundav after a trip lo lhe Cnlgary
fair.
A. W. McVittie. D.L.S., H.C.L.S.,
Victoria, is in Cranhrook uu liusi-
ness.
W. IL Wood, of Wardner, was In
the cilv at Ihe beginning ot the
week.
E. Hill and Mrs. Hill, ot Movie,
spent Sunday with their brother, W,
I). Hill.
D. B. Dulmage and wife returned
lasl Friday from a brief sojourn in
Spokane.
J.P. Patton and two of his sons hail
a great lishing trip to Munroe lake
over Sunday.
Amifi Campbell and Mrs. Campbell,
of Hosmer, visited Cranhrook several
days this week.
C. A. Mackay, one of Movie's prominent mining men, was in Cranhrook on Tuesday.
A. E. Sheridan, of Elko, was in
Cranbrook on Friday and paid the
Herald office a visit.
Mrs. Hoggarth and her twin sons
left for Elko on Monday, where they
will spend two weeks.
If you buy your fruits from Fink's
you will surely get the best. We
handle nothing hut fancy stock.
Joe Patmore came back last week
from Macleod where he has been put-
ling in sonic healing apparatus for
the C.P.R.
James Ryan, Mrs. Ryan aud her
sister, Mrs. Nobles and Mrs. North-
up, returned from the Calgary fair
last Saturday.
Steam, hot water and hot air heating syslenis scientifically proportioned and installed. *Do it now." See
Patmore Bros.
Big alteration sale.—C.C,S.
.Mr. Woods, of the firm of Harris &
Woods, wood merchants, was taken
to the hospital this week suITering
from typhoid fever.
Smith Curtis, Liberal nominee for
the Dominion house, passed through
Cranbrook on Thursday on his way ti
the Quebec celebration.
V, Dcsaulnier, one of Moyle's popu
lar hotel kivpers, accompanied' by his
little boy, was in Cranbrook yester
day taking hi the circus.
Owing to the absence of the Rev
C. O. Main at tilacier, the Rev. J
Smith, of Nelson, conducted services
at Knox church last Sunday.
Miss Hall left Saturday for Musk-
oka, Ont., for her summer vacation.
The many friends of Miss Hall in
Cranbrook wish her a pleasant visit.
WANTED-Two dining room girls.
Apply Royal hotel. ,ii
C.C.S. huilding will undergo extensive alterations this week. Sooner than move furniture out to accommodate carpenters we will sell at
cost.
Joseph Thompson has been re-
transferred to Cranbrook as night
operator. Mr. Thompson has been
operator at Pineher Creek for some
timt.
Telephone No. 4. This will connect you with Fink's Pure Food
Grocery, where Wigen's famous
strawberries ean always be had. We
buy them direct trom Wigen.
LOST-Checkcd dust robe, Please
return to Herald oflico. DS-ilh
Mr. nn<l Mrs. Olnnds, of Fernie,
were in (.'ranbrook nt the beginning
of the week. On Monday Mr. Ol-
iinds, accompanied hy William Craig,
visited the Perry Creek brick plant.
Noble Binns, ex-mnvor of Trail, and
supreme M. of A., of'Ihe Knights of
Pythias, passed through Cranbrook on
Monday on bis way to Boston to attend the meeting of the supreme
grand lodge of thai order.
Hig alteration sale.—C.C.S.
P. D. Hope, of Marysville, was   in
town last Saturday,    Mr. Hope   and
visiting    Mr, and Mrs. Ben-
PAYVP
is the demand 1 now mnko
upon my delinquent cus-
tontore wlm are iiolobtoil to
me. My iiuoouuts with
wliolt-snlo firms are coming
line mul they must Le pin.
videil fur, It is therefore
necessary that  Ihoso wlm
owe ine ninni'v
MUST
SETTLE AT ONCE
km (lint I din tni',-1 my
liabilities, Wlini I use I ho
i>xproflsion ** Musi " I iiM'iin
jusl »Iiui I sny.    It is my
lllll'llliilll      In   uolll'1,1     "III
atiintliliK ii,', lis.
Cull   mill   llll    111,'   I u*
ttlini ynu IiiU-ntl I,,,l,,iuiu,nt
Viil'Hii.-i I.
In rutin-.' llll  -..-III. hinil*,
I,, l„* , I,* mill in,'
J. D. McBride
ll.w-U\..\re
t CRANBROOK B. C.
CRANBROOK! RADINIi CO.
Ooriioi Van llniiiimiitl |i„ii,*k Am.
Tfl,*i.l N„. is::
Wife
quire "C. S," Herald office.       -MSt'turned by tht jury.    Doath was   di- S, J. Mighton, Tobacconist.      16-tl uTeoBpiitji,
not, parenls of Mrs. ll,,|„-, mul Mr.
11,,|,,* is iniliih-ui*-. in strciiuniis farni-
iui- liy way of n-cri-ntlnn.
WANTI'I,—Woman to iln mukIuiir
anil ItoniiiK.      Apply N.I..K., Il,-ri,lil
OfllCO. lllllll
linn,'in, Md'arliiiK, miis down Irom
tin- North Slur mint- on Momlay. ,Mr.
Mi'Kiirtani- suvs tlirn- aro from fwon-
ty-tuo to twonty-flve iiiiii wiirtlnit in
Hit- tnim- at llu- pri-si'lil* time, ami
ihat evorylttlitg is looblm*; woll.
Mrcssoi ami stand, lia.M.—d.O.Hi
Tlio llcrnld Is In receipt nl a pnsl
rant Irnm ft lloVoro Hum, wrltt-cn
on lioii'l lhc- S. S. I.a>'„* l*'.ii,' just
us uiu, wns cntcrlne Hio Mersey. Mr.
Iiniii says: "Ireland In slnlit; delightful trip; never missed „ meal."
Sergeant A. K. Stewart, nf Kasln,
Serjeant A. Teagiic, of Nelson, and
Sergeant Itoliinson, nf Nelson, passed
through Cranbrnok nn their wav tn
Quebec tn represent the Ilocky Mountain Hangers at, the his celebration.
The finest tho world produces—
Rldgways, the tea ol quality. Sold
by grocers everywhere. 16-17
F. I*. ibbotson, tho genial advance
agent ol tho Oeo. II, Howard Slock
company, ls in Cranbrook this week.
Mr. Ibbotson is well known In Cnuibrook, having been with C. E. Reid
& Co. some timo ago and later was
accountant during the construction ol
the flume ol the Perry Creek llydrau-
t.-*..,,.-- • |
We are handling nil kinds of
FARM IMPLEMENTS
Ainl can supply ynu wllll the
mosl ni'i-lo'.lali!
MOWERS, RAKES-BINDERS, PLOWS,
HARROWS AND SCUFFLERS
Prices the Lowest,   Terms the Bent.
A Car of I. Inn inr Cleaned Oals .lust Arrived
HARNESS  ANO REPAIRING
lit'op iii und fee bow wo do it
r*sTEWART'S*l
TI„'l.,'„.lillKl*'i'iiilHI,m,       ^^
l-li.t'*ltl*s   I I.l MS   AI'llll'OTSj
* I'lloll KIIUVU I I.lTINHW'li.l
J    I'.M'i. ll wia.v.s rt:i.iiiiiiiii:i,   ♦
X     i IIKstiix sri:\ttiii:iii(ii:s     ♦
* iit/i.i*-.«*,i,,ii i,*t: i iii*:.m      *
■il'lltt'Vlll'.s  I'lXH I'lllll'UI.ATI'S
HUGH STEWART   X
T Phone lli Ariiidroii*- Ave, •
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THE CHEAT BARGAIN STORE f
Tin- j,l„,-„ ttluw„ l„,ll„r
II  I..IIO   ,,*,!.,
.In-1 tolinnil.a vi I llu
|   CARPETS ANO FURNITURE   $
ii.
".i,'i*.,llii'U*ii,i,l,*l*lli,*n
from ii White H'eiiliiuil
  M„u.„li*i,i,
VAWVOIOIKICS
* SECOND-HARD STORE
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THAI   IS WOHIH'N
II.* II, ,1,,- :. BlffU.llJ ,,l nil kio.l.
1,1
THANSI'I'K BUSINESS
AM, MnVIXll  I'ltxns
* iiyoii  „„, , -.in-1*'„, ,,i, nn in,,,,*, I
MiMj', ,v„a l,„*l Iwn I rail up
w,iiii,i:v
ll ni,i.i:s thi: iii:<t iw thai,
Al... deliver, si mil ,1 ir , l Irnm
 ,"U'"i, ,l„* „,il, lie- nil	
Bale •!'*, Mall
I mile
TIII.KI'IIHNIi IM
T    nlil,,' la fn,flf.f*h II I HI ,l
| W. E. WORDEN |
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Old Curiosity |
Shop
JIISI1PH II. Mcl.l-AN. Proprli'lnr
Dealer In
All Classes ol Secondhand Goods
Bl'VliK OF   PURS
Furniture of Al] Kimla, t„,ili
New anil S,'i'„n,l-liai„l
Sage's Old Stand, nan-
son Avenue

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