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Array CRANBROOK HERALD.
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CLOSING OUT SAL
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THE  $75,000  STOCK   OF
HILL   &   COMPANY
has heen placed in thc hands of
LEWIS BROS. & COMPANY
of Toronto, Ont.,   to be closed out   at  30 to 60   cents   on   the   Dollar   in    a    Gigantic   Fifteen   Day   Sale
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EVERYTHING from floor to ceiling and from wall to wall must be pisposed of.   No stock reserved.   The shipments
of spring goods, j-ust received, must go with the rest, and at the same ridiculously low prices.
Mr. A. Lewis, who is in charge of the sale, will allow price to cut no figure in the selling of the goods,   he fully
realizes that to dispose of such an immense stock in the allotted time such sacrifices must be made as were never
before attempted by man.    This up-to-date, dependable stock will be offered you at prices—in many cases-far iess
than the actual cost of the raw material.
The store  will be closed  Thursday, March 12th, and Friday, Harch 13, during which time Mr. Lewis and his
staff of salespeople will cut and slash prices, rearrange stock, and make ready in every way for the big sale.
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SALE   OPENS
SATURDAY. MARCH 1
AT 9:00 A. H. AND CONTINUES FIFTEEN DAYS
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Think of the marvellous opportunities you are afforded to " lay in " a stock of such necessities as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
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Hats
No mercy will be shown when using the
knife on Hat prices.
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Ladies' Suits, Waists, Skirts, Etc.,
will be in the list of real bargains.   Expect
big cuts in these lines.
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Men's Shirts, Underwear, Sox,
Suspenders, Collars, Neckwear, Etc.,
at prices which almost compel purchase.
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Our complete line of
Dry Goods
must be converted into cash. A grand
opportunity to buy your supply for the
coming year.
Men's Odd Pants
600 Pairs to be almost given away. We
can fit you--and your pocket book.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Furnishings at less than Cost
Shoes
for the entire family, Men's, Women's and
Children's.   On sale at genuine sal; prices.
We can save you money in this department.
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1,000 Men's and Boys' Suits
to be disposed of. We carry the most
complete stock of Suits in this section of
the country.   Our
30th Century Brand
Canada's leading make, will be offered at
prices phenomenally low.
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Our sweeping and gigantic closing out sale, embracing as it does every article of merchandise in the store, will be all we say ior it.
It will prove to be truly the greatest sensation of the year for the buying public. A saving opportunity of vital importance to every man
and woman who can reach our store, ihe astounding values, the very timeliness of our offerings, coupled with an utter disregard for
cost or loss, is hound to astonish thc purchasing public and cause competition to stand aghast at our fearless methods of merchandising.
Our loss is your gain. To miss this sale is a positive loss of money to you.   Be at the doors when they open at 9 o'clock. Bargain
most wanted by you are most wanted by all.
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15 Day Sale
Cranbrook, B. C.
HILL & CO.
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Cranbrook, B. C.
15 Exlra Salespeople Wanted.   Apply at once. LEWIS BROS. & CO., Toronto, Ont.
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 ********* ' ' '         " "" *************.*******************-***********■*■**■*******-***** THE   CRA.NUOOK   IIKIIAI.l)
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
111.I'   UF.-1CK.10KO.MU KMAKUMI, II   l**l
s t vt AI.KKK-, pi.«de.t I paidup Capital, f 10,000,000
tl£X  LAIKL., Quail Han.,., u  -,      ... c (mi. ...in
a. B IHEUHD, Bupriut.ud.ut «I       £e?X'  .      . ,,2'nn„'H.in
Br-uchM i Total Assets, -  113,000,000
biuiKti--. tbroufbuut Ciina-Ja, mi la Ih: United States and England
A GENERAL  I.-.NKIM; BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMERCIAL AND F HKMEftS1 PAP.H MISCOUNTED.
THE COUNCIL MEETING
I Fink
Z. BIG LUMBER MERGER j 11 McKENZIE KING GOES TO ENGLAND
'AKES I\   SEVERAL LARGE
COMPANIES
n- ...is ;i    meeting ol the   oityj-T
il ..ii Tuesday   evening.     There
pit-xi-nt:    lli*--     worship Mayor    „
,,„,i a,,,,,,,,,, ,.^0.. Hato,[t^"K^,^t,:„5S: t'olWL-
,  llradoison am. Hunt. it„„a govori.monl  for a i-l.al.i-.       lor
minute., ol tin- previous niei-tiiiflj the Union Lumbor Conipauy, l.iiuiieil,
g keen read and adopted, a' *"„■]'->„ g»P't«l stock pi H0.00U.0U0,
. , . ,, ', , $5,000,0011 ,,. whirl, is to he pictured
..ii was rend Iron. A. M. Black, S|,„.k ,„„, K, nnii.niiii common st,„-._.
s 11. in. reimbursed for expenses The incorporators an- s. II. Uow-
ii.iei-tIon iiilb a quarantine   last "mu. preside.... ot the Ilown
Tins   was   referred   tn the !"'r company; ... .'.Riper,
i committee.
SAVINGS BANK 1M.PARTMENT
Deposits of $1 nnd upwards received, mul Interest allowed at
Ctiri.-u! rated. The depositor in subject to uo delay whatever lu
the withdrawal of the whole ur ait) portion uf the dtp->bil.
iddressed iln.1 council regarding    tbe C. Warner,
irnposed   exhibit     at    the Dominion ^'JS^011
Our Prescription
Work
is    recognized    l.y   ,-.ll   ...   l.e   A ISM '1,1 "I'l.l.Y
HiiNKST. AC'CrilATI-:.  \NH I'l'iiJ...
• Win-,, il..- doctor, ....rs,- iiii.I imtiu.it ..-,. our Inbel
..ii u l...nl.- in il..- .f i; I- i the) know ii la right,
mul just u 11_, 1  ivi.8 i.nli-1-..!.
Nothing More. Nothing less
Suuli coulidonoe k(jus a long wny in uaaiatiiiK a
jmlii'iii to recover
Vuti I'.-ui'i afford to take a chance.   Have your
tliajjenaitig tionu ul
flffl
Piper, .lohnson t& Case company; V.
i 15. Ken.isti.il, president ol the Minnea-
1. Itogers uud M. A. McDonald polts Threshing Machine company; K.
iresident ui tin- Midland
mpauy, .uni Walter   I).
,. ... i .1.       „   i Douglass,     >.i tlie     Amorlcan Cereal
hair ... Calgary net! .luly. Mr. ] i..0^my' „, ci,ienBo .nil residents ol
Itogers stated lhat the Board ot Minneapolis, Minn., ... A. Robertson,
Tinde wero In receipt ol a letter Iron.'president nn.l I-'. I. Lynch, secrelui)'
Hi..   M-iii-taiy ...     the fair   uttering ol llu- Red Dee. nml llu   Elk Lumbei
space   iu    iiu- fair buildings Irce  ol i .panics, anil  I-'. II. Harrows, bun
charge.    Moved    bv Aldermen Jack- ker, all of HI   I'.ml. Mum . .1. siau-
Ison ami Itvaii thai a committee con- ley lluiigh, ..i     Hough, Campbell  ,\
sistlng ... Aldermen Baker, Hunt and Kciy.ii-.iiii, barristers, ...ul ll. !•'. Hull
Rvnu In-   appointed   to   consult will. ... (I. I'  ami   I   (tall, Wlnuipcg.
Ml,.   II I nl  Trade as  lo  lhc ailvis-l   The   I..CU>]| ^^^^^^^~
.'•u%■***•* i * •*■•<■* ■.•  »■ -f **r^^n*mrmmtt4^
WMERriTBWfSTODEAL
Inbllllj  ol having nn exhibit al     thr thu u
jn In in n l';iii   Carried. Ipeitii
'   The llimnco committee presented tho'jy	
ii.ill..win.; report:
! Vwir lltiiince committee recommend
lili.it iiu* application of Ml. E. Home
hi.i il..- position id citv auditor lit*
accepted and ihat the salary hi' $150
[per annum.
(Signed)
i. Henderson
i'. DeVero limit, chairman
Moved by Aldermen Jackson .mil
Baker, that tiie report of ihe fliintice
eo in mi it en in the matter ot tto appointment i.t the citv itiiditi.r In
udoptcil,    Cnrrletl.
i!\ Inw So. IT, being the work
inn-,1 ii nd laundry by-law was Intro
dnced In  Alderman limit.
Moved hy Aldermen llunl and .luck-
son, ili.it the mayor be requested   by
HMerest Townsite
Now on the Market
LOTS
$200 to $600 Each
Terms: One-third cash; balance 6 and
12 months with interest at 6 per cent.
BEALE & ELWELL
I.. i.'AI. All I.NTS
lillANBROOK. li.i'
Family   Groceries f
,i..ii-|,!i|...|.   S<» wc siinplv .run. i.i iin|.ii--B tin- fa.-I llial ..in
stuck oinbraeea all llie Iim-.- n leil in .. home ami iiHiiallv
, ini.-.l In a (Irocciy.
GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY,
We strive to hnve .ill goods iteliyere.1 promptly.   Telephone
imioni:
I/..
J. riANNING
AWriS'l'HOMi
AVENUE
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CARBORUNDUM  «
Tin: best wenring .mil quickest
culling stones, Wc have them
for all purposes,
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McCALLUM C& CO. jj
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I The Home of jjpjo-Date Tailoring!
In spring Nature oivuIcb tuiow in tteM iiutl forpat.        •
Wlml v lilting timet lo discard tho sombre dress uf
winter titul nrrity onesolf in   clotli«8 winch   (illin^ly
reflect ilir joy nf lifenntdoortt iimlt'i' sunn) skies.
Vour imii'I'iiI review of om* spring exhibit will s.iKtft'fcl
nn appropriate st; tec tion,
Leask CSb Henderson 1
ill.    Villi   I
of lhc I.<-.. Iif.i Lumbe.
Klk Lumbei cumpany,
Tiiulici ,v Lumbei- cumpiin
Uoluinbia Luiiib,.. company n
man Lumbei eompnny, whieh
... aggregate seven eomplol
and iiiuii- iliun l-lirec liilllou leet
-landing tlmbci-.
llu- plains inkrii ovei  Include
.11 Hie best sawmills iu     Drills
lumblii.     Tin- ivell km.un  Itiil
Lumber compiiiij's  mill Is ut
inns. ..uc 01  lhc must  iiii.i1.iii
ii pi
.   \al.
ll l'„.ll
III, Iml.
- pllllll
j Iho ..
IS
Ride
lliiulilii
mcnl
eil i.. lake sueh steps
v     In   insult* the   imnied
o[ a stairway Irom Hie
f the second story of the school
as as to expedite the mov
I    protection ol the cliildn
in ease of fire.   Carried.
Moved liy Aldermen I'van und
Jarkson, that the members' of th*
eily police force be appointed truant
..Hirers.   Carried.      ^^^^^^___
Hy-lnw No. -12, being au amendment
i.. the lite limits building by-law,
was rend a third time. One sub-section nf this by-law, which will be-
i"im' Inw nt the next meeting of thi
council reads us follows:
See t ii .n 17.     Sub-section     '.I.     Al
aisles and passages iu  buildings used
f.u public assemblies in the citv
| Cranlirook shall     be nt     least.'three
■el  wide and -all other isles shall be
i  least, two feet wide and shall    be
epl  free from camp stools, benches,
nfus or   other    obstructions  during
m     performance,    service,   leet ure,
on.fi i. ball or otlier assembly what
■ier.
Hy-lnw
ui tiling
No. 43,   being   ihe street
house numbering by-law
committee and was ordered
laid upon thu table.
Hy-lnw So. -14, being nn amendment
to the curfew by-law, was taken up
by the committee of the whole and
referred back tor further consWera-
lion.
By-lnw No. -Hi, being tlie pound and
dog tux by-law, amendment No. 3,
wenl. through committee.
By-law   No. 47,     being    the   work
huiiso and laundry by-law,  was read
the first and .second time.
The council adjourned at 10.45.
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I.IHifSI.ATIVK NOTKS
.lohn Mclnnis, Grand Forks, moved
nu amenilmcne to the Health Act in
compel inspectors to inspect bunk-
Irtiuses three times a year, instead ot
once as at present. A bunkhouse
might become in a very deplorable
condition in a year and sueh an
spectlon was not sufficient.
I Ion. Dr. Young said the reports of
ihe health inspectors showed that
ihcy pet formed their duties efficiently
though it was difficult to reach all
the camps. To have an inspection
three times a year would mean
doubling the number of inspectors and
while willing to do everything they
could, they could not go that tar
present,
Dr. King suggested that inspection
might at least he made in July and
August, when ivphoid was most pre
Vflleul.
Di. Hall said he thought also that-
more thorough  inspection  was new
s.iiv ns i.wing to had sanitary     ar-
rangemeiits there was a great ileal
typhoid fever.
The bill was defeated on a straight
party vote, the Liberals voting solidly wilh the Socialists for and the
Conservatives against.
Dr. Hall asked lhe !!<>n. the eh let
omtnlssloner of lands and works tin
following questions:
I. What water records have been
Issued lo the municipalities ol Kasl. .
N'elson, Vancouver and Victoria undei)
the provisions ol tbe Water Clause
Act., fur water other than for power
purposes?
:'. ttli.it are the respective quanti
lies of waltn held under such records
uml the amounts charged for rental:
under lhe same'.'
i Is it the intention of the gov
eminent to exempt municipalities
from rentals on waler records lor
consumption for domestic use? And
foi power or light purposes'.
Mun,  Mr   Knit nn replied as follows:
1 one record issued to the city of
Knsln for 2*»n inches for domestic and
lire protection purposes; no tental
charged iberefor. Oi»> record issued
to ilie city ol Nelson tor 1011 inches
i"i 1 sell..Id, lire and general domestic pin poses, annua! rental of $3
elinrgeil Two records issued to citv
i.i Vnneoiivttr, for 1500 and MOii
null's; annual rentals of III and *•■*
•barged therefor. No records issued
i.. pity of Victoria.
.!.   Answered  by  reply  to question
The matter
sideration.
will be taken into
flALMIIRR  MARKS  A   RRCOftD
The following from the Ottawa
Free I'ress shows that the Tory ob-
.tnirtiouists have a proper respect
i.i "Big" Bill Galliher: "W, A. Gal-
if Kootenay made a jwrhamen-
i-quippcd
mill ..i
at  Kernie
nly mill i
concrete, and i
Western Caiia.l.
-r c.   pany s
nulls in i'a
[tie  bill.  I.un
WILL    KNDK.AVOn   TO   A IUI 1ST
THK HINDU QUESTION
Ottawa,  Match 3.—The governmenl
has entrusted W. L, Mackenzie King
witb another important mission of
.state. On Thursday of this week be
leaves for England to confer on lie-
half of the Canadian govt-rtimcnt
with the Indian and colonial offices in
London respecting tlie immigration ol
Hindus and other British Kast Indians to Canada, lie will lay hefor
the Imperial authorities tho views of
the governmenl here regarding the
advisability of adopting mutual steps
to restrict as far as possible Oriental
immigration to Canada from Htilish
Asiatic possessions.
The Canadian opposition, especially
in Hritish Columbia, to the influx of
Orientals will lie explained ut Lou
th.n aud nu Interchange ot views will,
it is expected, result iu the making of
some s.tiisfacioiy agreement hetween
the i wo governments.
.\o» thai Die •InpnucKO immigration
(juestii.ti bus been practically settled,
tbe most pressing point with regard
in tin- whole pi.iblem of Oriental immigration is iii regard io Hte Hindus.
lions seem to point to
iiiiii. of Hindus during the
; summet ami it is a question
-i ilie recent regulations passed
order in council can prevent lhc
A ..I lhose hooked from Calcutta I" ll'-i.^ Kong and Ihence to Van-
Maun IIIndus nre Hritish subjects
and nil) regulations adopted with a
vie-A to Keeping them out ot Cauada
would necessarily have to he considered by Iho Hrillsli government,
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Imperial Bank of Canada j
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
il,8(,(),WI.J
$4 860,000
Savings Rank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits fro... date ol depn.i.
ami CREDITED QUARTERLY.
| Cranbrook Branch«J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. j
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limit
.ne <•[ tin- largest In
lhe Howiililll Luui
ill at CoumpllX, H
^^^^^^^^ I mill inst coitiplfi
.-ii. The other mills, while not st
large, are complete in everj respect
and arc located at Nelson, Cascade
Uevelsiokc and Wostley, It. C. Another large mill will be elected in the
luliiie, making eight plants iu all
controlled hy iln- company. S ll.
Howmaii will he president and genernl
manager of the new company, lie it
one of thc pioneer lumbermen o:
Minnesota, having heen engaged u
the business for thirty years. Tlu
olllco ol lhe new company will he al
lhc present location ut the Led Deei
Lumher eompany, Winnipeg. The
company expects to he able to handle
the output of the entire sen-n mill
at about one-third Mie cost il itov
takes t,i handle them separately.
ONE KILLED, AN0I1IER WOUNDED
TWO   MOY1K
TIMS OK
MINIMIS TIIK  VH
A  MISSIS!) SHOT
Hy lhc explosion of a missed shut
in the St. Kugene mine al Moyie
last Saturday, P. O'Brien lost iii:
life ami John Daley was voiy severe
ly injured. Thc unfortunate man
was brought to the St. Kugene hospital by Dr. Coffin, of Moyie, wher
everything possible is being done tor
him.
Patrick O'Brien, who was killed in
the St. Kugene mine by tlie explosion
was a native of llollyroad, Newfound
laud, and was about -Hi years of age
ai Hie time of his death. He had
been working in the St. Kugene.
mine only about six wooks previous
tu wliieli ho hatl been working iu tlie
mines around Butte, Mont., for
years. Tiie funeral took place from
the Catholic church Inst Sunday tin
.service being conducted by the ltev.
Father Choi ncl. The Moyie Miners
union attended in a body, there being about do members present, and
the following were Hie pall bearers:
Angus McMillan, Hugh McDonald, .1
Stewart, .1. Kufoid, I'. Head and .1
Sullivan.
B. O'Brien, a brother uf llie-deceased and P. O'Brien and J. O'Brien,
two cousins, were present at the
funeral. Tlie interment took place
iu the Catholic cemetery.
P. Daley, of     Kossland, who
an old ome miner and prospector and
formerly of Kast Kootenay, came    t
Cranbrook as soon as he heard of his
brother's misfortune.
AT THE THEATRES
The new emergency dour in the
Kdison theatre is a very good move.
It is so arranged lhat the slightest,
touch will open it in case ol need
Parents can be sure of their children!
safety iu ease of accident.
Manager McHeury of the new open
house moving picture enterprise, has
arranged with Burns Bros, for a $lf>
Kaster hat. which will he given away
in the same way as tbe opera
cloak. If the hat does not. suit, the
lady who wins il may exchange it
for liny other $1.1 hat In the stoic.
Thc pictures at lhe Kdison theatre
were above the average this week,
'■'lhc Babv and the Revolver," "The
Little Merchant of Chalk Statues''
and "Palmistry" were among
the best pictures        evt
shown in        Cranbiook.      Mr
Marshall's singing of "Hello Central
(Die Me Heaven," delighted Die pi
tons of the little theatie.
At tho now opera house the p
lures this week were particularly
pleasing an.l well up to the standard.
"Spanish Post. Cards," "I'll Hant'i
(ho Cakewalk," "The Talc or a
Tooth." "Pleasant Thoughts," and
"Winaii's English Itaee and
Steeplechase Horses"        pleased
Hie audiences very much, whilst KUV.
Beeves' rendering of "Dreaming"
in..ught an encore nt every performance
THE 111 Y ASSESSMENTS
The assessment ul the city is now
oinplete. The total assessment for
the year inns is $f)7li,84il, a.s against
*R7A,I.87     in 11MI7.      The assessment,
lhc sel I board district is $230,-
806 for Pitts, as against $l3!-,li!i2 for
1007.
THE BAND BALL
The
Cranhrook city baud, under
tiie leadership of Bandmaster Austin,
has made great strides. From
very small beginning and uot too
mueh malt-rial the band has developed
into an Institution that every citizen
..I Cranbrook should bo proud of.
Next Tuesdaj the 17th, the band will
give a bail in tlie new opera house,
and it is sincerely hoped that there
will lie a very large attendance. Tbe
hand orchestra has beeu practicing
incessantly to make this affair a
success and there is no question, but
ihat the music will tie tho very best.
If it is impossible to attend every
citizen should at least buy a ticket
and thus help along lhe good work
Il costs money to run a band and
keep il- up to' date and the boys
themselves have dipped deeply into
their own pockets to bring the band
to it:; present- satisfactory state. The
hoys have shown good faith with the!
citizens and it is up to the citizens
to get in ami help ihe band. Don't
forget the day and date, Tuesday,
March 17th. Tickets may lie procured from auy mem her of the band,
DI NS.MtTlt   WILL  NOT   BKSIGN
Victoria, H. C, March 5.—Hon. .1
Dunsmuir today gave a categorical
denial to the rumors afloat to the
efteel that he intended to ask to he
i el ic veil from his duties of Lieutenant-Governor ,,i British Columbia,
lie states thai within the next few
days he will ask for a four months'
leave when he intends going tn England to take possession of his new
steam yacht Dolaura, which is building for him there, lie will then go
on a yachting tour to the Mediterranean,' returning here earlv in August.
BIO S1LVKB   SHIPMENT
Trail, March ».—Tlie largest ship
ment of silver bullion ever made
the history of Canadian mining left
the plant- of the Consolidated Mining
& Smelting company here tonight en
route to China.
The silver consisted of 110,570,70
ozs., or nearly live tons, valued at
1180,000.
Ie was consigned to tlie Chartered
Bank of India, Australia and Ch'na
at Hong Kong.
C. P. R. WELL FIXED
With (he sum of $30,000,000 in its
treasury ready for expenditure is the
unique position in which the Canadian
Pacilic railway finds itself today.
No other railway in the world   has
anything like as large an amount
its treasury at- present.
Of the total $2-1,000,000 Is being
secured for the issue of new commou
stock 5iu.iiii0.imo from the sale of
debenture stock, and there remains
from the last issue of common stock
$-1,000,000.
DKWKT'S NKPIIKW WEDS
Winnipeg, March 0.—C. IL DeWet.
ii nephew of the premier of the
Transvaal, was married Saturday at
tho Imperial hotel to Miss Maud Tas-
ket, the bride coming all the way
from Africa. Mr. and Mrs. DeWet
lefl this morning for their future
Deloraine, where Mr. DeWet,
has large     agricultural interests
that locality.
,KW liKNKI!AL FltKIOUT AOKNT
W. C. Piuwles of Nelson, general
freight agent for the C. P. It, iu the
Kootenays, hastbeen appointed to tint
position of general freight agent at
Winnipeg.
PABI.IAMKNT PROROGUED
The silting of the British Columbia
legislature came to an end on Satur
lay last. Lieutenant Governor
Biinsmnir   proroguing   the   assembly
t about noon.
OFF ON A TRIP
Winnipeg, Maieh 7--Williaiu Whyte,
eo-nrosident »f the 0. P, It.,   Mrs.
Whvte, and Sir Daniel and Lady
McMillan left today on a three
monllis' trip to tbe Mediterranean.
A  Bl'imLK RECORD
ELEVEN TO THREE
Ottawa, March fl.-The report parliamentary bye-elections last year
shows that It vacancies occurred tn
the commons. In live of these Liberals were elected by acclamation,
and or the remaining nine seats, six
Liberals and three Conservatives
were elected.
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llm i-liair and Ills ruling was appealed three hundred miles ul an average
URiilnst, Imt when the vote was taken'speed ot 77 milos nn hour, Emanuel
all llu- Tories crawled and voted to Cedrino today broke thc worms re-
support the chair with one eiccp- cord lor average speed lor the d.s-
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The Herald Is now prepared tn furnish paj- roll sheets tor lumher, logv
glng and tie camps on short notice.
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tlui'ti ilir :-i.u ii. .i i hole da) - cir-
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tn i'. lahorci tu in i rest, Uul Lo
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* |i ni ihe .'.uili In this in.'...I
in.-, tost impulses become a snaro lo
hint, and he is led . itraj lid -■-. ■ i
i.-, social, .iiu-. Lionale, sympathetic,
.m.i warm lioaiLed. ii there he .i
yutifig man Llmu circumstanced who is
.i reader ol uus department, lot ua
suj  i<. him Lhat buuk - aro thc friend*
selected lihrarj is the home ol tlie
huinelcss, A taste for reading will
always carry you tu converse   with
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jiti.Mi;   ai rn..iru.sii.ui-:\T.s
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TORYS AND 0R1TS ROASTED
II      c    LEGISLATURE   HAI LED
OVER THE COALS
Vancouvei Saturday Sunset.)
Mr. .lustic- Clement's Judgment in
iin- appeal case ol tiie two -laps
sought to he excluded undei the
Natal Act, Was .i crushing condemtm-
ti.ui ul the piuviiiei.il government
case, and a stinging rebuke lui the
two-ringed circus methods thai have
characterized t-he course ul it.o legii
i in in passuig the act,
u iih   the   opposition In    une ring,
i:.- governmenl iu lbe other,     John
ulivei  riding tbe elephant and i-oiu-
i.i.j.-    Uawttiorutbwatte doing      Uiu
clown   part,   we have  had a  liciulilul
. mulin.iu ul unii-uiieuul legislation
tlu ring this session.
When Uie government withdrew the
Up I
iht
operation ol     tm  act
■ tidge, uuu uov, i
..   iti      mu judgmen
i '.ui t verj  pumabl)  n
• ■ ; truiu applying tu
... ..  ie .iii.iici
ii in.
11..ii.ii..
ed    III
1 ... i. i:, halill) .ii.) dull hi Ih.tl Uu.i t.i the Hiit.sh i .'lumhia
.ill      he Upheld  by  Hie pi'lV)
council.     Appeal to Uiat tribunal   is
...   ;    [nil)    I...      [M.'\ im tul   r',..\' Hi
..... i ..I. commit ii ii ia sumre iu a
, ..i, ■ . e-vercibc rugulalijit) euiiliui
•u immigration.    Jt tne two ducisiunu
iiiiiiii
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 ^Ewc  111.i',   loo,  I -.pint
din dare   speak uul  ful the lighi in
tiis       euompllshud   age     .v  wo
tan ivhu tails ... Imt humu fails in
ii. Home is woman s realm, given
ito hei hands lu regulate, govern
n.l heautily. li she tails here she
iaj iuoh in \iim im iiiiuUkji lutig-
i.i.'i, ful   die hat  failed in the   onl)
I,.-.,■..;..:. .-nr has laid down * llie
swels wiiicb Uud gave her tu bright
ii .mil pulish, ..i.il in llieir placu limls
utliing hut dust and ashes,     li Ib a
ere
miii tviii ik ihal even authority ovei
iin- Hindus, whn li la practical!) all
Uiat iv ill be icii I., iiu- piuviiice,
..... .,; ;u he subject   lu successful ul-
'..tC.
.vii. Juslicu ' Icini'iii's strictures
appl) willi equal loree lo liiu upposl-
Uuu .to tu ll.c guvcniiiicitt. Air.
Aiaetluintid, lhe leader, voted Ior t lit:
act, UioUgii be luiuevv it should   have
emiiudicd  a clan:..-   thai   Wuuld     I.arc
prevented ii irom coming Into con-
iiicl   wiib ihe treaty ..ml in.- Domin-
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The Uianby smelter at   Greenwood
is tn he enlarged.
The Royal Vancouvei Vacht club
will t.uild a new club house this sum-
mei
Additional machinery to the value
ol (50,000 will hn added to the
Qranby smelter this year.
.lames Cravin and N. J. Cavanagh
Inspected the Queen Victoria mine
last week, hut have not announced
any plans loi the present.
The I'leshvterv ul Kootenay wil
hold its Hill session ut Ferule
liriiish Columbia lu popul.itmn re
i resents one-fourth ut Canada will Is
he pays one tenth ol tl.e Dommton
| FRED   ROO
X        The well-known Goueftl Mereliu.it
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THE
announcement that be carries all kinds
of merchandise, and received tbe
BIGGEST
stoek of Fishing Tackle ever seen here.
Some jealous person might call me a
LIAR
But Fro.! Hoo ia happy
IN
knowing thut he has a reputation in
ELKO
for veracity which ia worth more to him
tlmn untold gold.
Dealer li  -
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tliraeii and Saddles
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Miners'   and   Prui*
peetort' Supplies
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Raw Furs
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Produce
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Fruil tai Caa-fly
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Indian Curies
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FltklBi Tackle thai
CitCtrei the Flak
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awarded  the
n houao a
, ol Kernie, has
contract fur tl.e
Kamloops
land Porks is tu have a tlu.uuu
hotel. P. M McDonald will he tho
owner.
It is said thut- the big game li
n-iise will be raised trom Jail io $100
A bill t<> Incorporate the Bank oi
Vancouvei is liofore the Dominion
house.
\. Lntrcmonelle, of Kamloops, has
ipened an automobile garage in Uiat
dt y.
W.
\. Corbett, une of the old limine    Boundary country, died
:eek in Spokane,
lhc wiiulu legislature in piuuneo oven one dissenting
vulo when lhc divisiuu hull rang.
i it.i i the Natal Act Was politics,
sordid, vole-catching politics, uu onu
with a gram ul gumption is blind
iu. Il;nl ihe government shown the
slightest interest in Oricutal immigration since iJiinsniuii s reservation
tast April, ami during the stirring
nines ui last summer's influx, it
might al least plead consistent utl-
ui'i'iiieo to a [iiinciply. li introduced  the  Natal Act a.s a rash piece    uf
politics, mid nuw it is gutliug     lis
migi is [iropet'ly singed,
fm tne oppusiliuu there is no mure
giuuiid ui excuse tlmn ttieie is i.n
mc government patty. It knew its
ii Hints at Ottawa had passed the
Lem uttx law, which has been shown
to ne   equal     tu   Keeping   uul   Japs
where Uiu   Natal   Act tailsi, it knew!   .,„ ... .   .
also lhat the Ottawa gtlvcrnmcub lhc provlncia government hi
had am,..,.need that an uiMc.stau.lingl1^1'-1"''1 * dose season lot wild
had hen armed .,t with Japan, anu *<**> llum ,u,w uatU AuBust jll>l
that thu Dominion goveriiiiient wuuld 1UiXt"
i.u held accouulablu ful lhat au-
noiiiiccmeiit, not only by Utnish Co-,
lumhia, but hi all Canada. Uul tho
upposition dui just what the government did-pluyeii up Lo demogogiiury
and cheap agitators, helped iu make
British Columbia ndiuiiluus tu the
eyes of Canada; eotilirmcd Lite rest ol
tin- Uuiiiuuun in the cuitleifipb which
the taclics of Hrillsli Columbia poil-
Liciuns .uc earning tut us, and helped
tu pruvu llial we have in this prov-
.....  a tmucb ol political Lyros.
['he rebuke which has cumu fiuiu
lbe bench i.s nelilj deserved, and il is
...il Uu the piotinco llial Ihere is
i...n.lain ui opinion   nut
>l, A. Macdoiiell Uiig Jinn has the
cuu l rue I iu Improve tlie grade uf the
Uul her l.ude spur.
The Trail smelter has blown iu ils
tt.in ih roppct furnace, lhe largest in
Canada.
Nelson will udd another unit to in
hydru-eleclrie plant.
A line canning establishment b
houL iu    be established     iu Pen lie
lun.
Tlie West mount mine, in the Slooan,
lias shipped another carload uf ore
running  iuu ounces ul' silver.
Coal and petroleum indications
have been discovered near thc road
between Vancouvei and Victoria
ia
Tbe St. Eugene is shipping 'Sa'j ton
ol silver-lead ore tu Trail each week
besides that concentrated. There
was recently opeued up u body oi ote
in fl. wide and fuu ft. lung un the
11,1100 level. Tins is uu important
strike, uud goes tu prove the cuntin-
led   b)    the   \utfr£atehilig|uatlQn oi the St. Eugene lode
Which  has  marked   the    (       '
the pi
local ulliccr
e uu lbe
■ut sessio
is titled
ll       tl.e
THE HERALD, ONLY $2 A YEAR
vill giadfi
ie which
I.Ml. s i rssi)\,s
 liuu learu-
n.i mint] ui Hie
„i more so. Thc
st   Liiughi cMldren
i.e. and blunder in
.- ibe)  acquire tho
.■ words they have
lenci  which has
i, ■   to   thi-lii.   Mueh
.    required  alter
incu in one   short
 BUir  besl   ,,f    tu
le  tn read tbe stern   lessons
..  ive nol .,11 dull scholars
lien '■' Inti i iuct the mcau-
di; cipliuo of surruvv
falls la tlie lut      uf
i.'.i'    Do we   nol
...   ■'!.!, throiiKli great
I;/.:.,n..ii, the solemn teachings   ut
■Bu fail lu calch
II. iu     whom Each day,     and
..I vear ol  Mich  lives   means
lhan the disconnected words
blundering sobolat  means   to
him      Happy tiro the)   who compru
l.en.l lhe Hue m.'.min.   ol ih.- chnplei
life
Is  i.Ml   tin
life'.'        Ami
Tbe farmers ol Armstrong have decided to employ nothing but white
labor on thru orchards und larm!
jot  llu-    NulvuliiHi
\  w,.:. a     recenl   < allei uu    the
u.l.i)   Sunset and elteetuall)  dis-
.1 <•; tho criticisni lhat has   been
led ai its   immigration methods
results,     lt has hem staled   by
punsiblo agitators that tho army
responsible Ior bringing numbers
pauper    mechanics to tfaucouvcr
uthei cities.      This, my inform-
says, is quite Incorrect, as   the
\  is devoting its attention      tu
:mg agricultural laborers      ami
ers.     Such ciasscs ul immigrants
what British Columbia stands in
ul    ami  the guvciumciit iu m^bm-^^^hmhi^^^mh^hmi
mute witli tbu Salvation     Wmv    Three thousand Indians gathered at
L good   stroke for   thc pro%iucu. I Alhort Bay for the big annual   pot
unuuiizatiun ui the Army   takes inch.     They will meet, feast       and
only of   securing the    lm-|swnp wives,
in the old laud, but uu   x-i{S,^_________________________
The chief of the Vancouver lite de-
[ pa it ment has condemned the city
schools, us they are not properly sup
[piled with tire escapes
Peter Murgan, representing C. B
Pnhe Hi Co., pulp uud paper mill
architects ol Applctou, Wisconsin,
have been in Vancouver litis week
looking utter the pulp mill situation.
The city of Vancouver will in future, employ no    Orientals lot civic
work.
Premier McBride will open the
horse show at Vancouver on the lilt.
and
It
i   said   that     Joe Martin will
Vancouver and take up his   residence in Kngland.
^^^^^^^    k t'or'ilifii
■■-. ry immigrant brought out lias
uli ahead     of   him.      In an official
statement  recently issued from     tli
Vrni)  headquarters iu Toronto it   is
riiown that out of lajiuo immigrants
nought tu Canada lasi year less than
t UO were out of employ ment.    li    a
i.'iiii written to t-ho l'oronto   press
i) onu of tlrose unemployed is an in—
ilicution,  it is largely  thu fault     oi
the immigi-nnts themselves that they
uc    out of    work.      The man who
writes the letter frankl)  states    itot, ■m_^_mm_^_^_^_^_^_u_m^_m^^
l.e ucted on his own initiative, tlisre-     An unknown   man   was lound dead
sard Ing the advice ...f the Ar  y   ul-jon the C. P. It.    track near Mosmer
liceis.     Afler making a failure      ut last Monday.
lus ellort lo secure   work, he applied ——
... tho Army, which, with its orgoul- The Slocan Mining Review, ol Sew
ation, soon found him a position. Denver, will issue a 5J000 special edi-
The Army, as tar as I can ascertain, tion shortly devoted to the resources
iv L'Xcrclsing Hue dlrcrctlon in scleei-'c,f ,[,,. "Silvery Slocan." Mr. Al
iug meu to send nut and none hut herh.n, the editor, will Issue an edl-
ih.-se physloallj and Ilnnnclally fit'tion thai will be a eredit to the dis-
laken. ^^B Mrict
Kastcrn capitalists will erect
monster sawmill    near New      We
minster.
THKROOSVILLECASH STORES}
FRED ROO, Proprietor
ROOSVII.LR, H. C. ELKO, II C.
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CALGARY. ALBERTA *
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
This Hotel Ims always been theleatler
in its line, an.l will be kept np tu the
staii.lar.l. II yon want to meet the
peuple, collie to the Queen's Hotel.
i   Queen's Hotel, Calgary
II. I.. STRPHKNS
PBOt-RtBTOR
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Telephone 2H!.i'i
HOTEL 5T. FRANCIS
C'bas Habtnbt, Proprietor
Cor. Seymour anJ C'orJova Ste.
Op|intite I.. V. U. Station
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One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
I Joseph Brault, Proprietors
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT A CO.. Proprietor.
CKANBROOK
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Wt-^^The big
black plug
chewing tobacco.
Ai
. ..i  which i^iii-s    lu
-iiow    thai
i.l.i li.is much in pita
.mil notl.ing
i li
•ac liy encnurnglng iln
- Army   in
...ii, <>i bringing ....l .
fl  Bl-ltllllg
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■uiih.. -j-   willi    telluv
Britishers
i.iii
Hie ni.i land.
iti'ft.ie Victoria cm tst.iblisli
.ill.I claims Upon lite pr.
,.i beautifying   that clt
iisl lenrn tu keep    ils •.tiwt
.n.l lit to walk in, which thev
.ut, at,  present.    And   lu-for
[ovorumeiit   approprtat
real for ton years, nr anv other sum
ur anv term,   for   that purpose,
plaints of
 ♦	
BKOOAH PRINCE OPEN \  « »>
Tliis in the hotel timi they ulk about.
Who are " they " ?
The people.
Why do'" lliey" talk V >
On aceoutit oi iim u'"-».l meali, ihe comfortalde rooms, tbe eicel-
lent lerrice, ami tin- cordial.courteoiiB treatment accorded to all Kut *
meal at iln- Wentworth and yuu toeome a Wentworth booeter,   Try it.
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
.'. Jl. VanWormrr, l'rn|irletor.
HANSON   AVE - - - CRANHHOOK
H'.isi-s,   sliivi's,   new ami    si-c.n.i
hanil    lu. nil ure,     stoves,     ti.iivjr,-,
crockery, glassware, anything     an-l
i-le|,ha»t tu
ti is seldom that music lover.
.'.-iiiiiiiiml: are utT.,.,.,-.. anything
Hi,-  shan-a ot   comic opem, thorclorOj
.....ei. enthusiasm .s tn-inR manifested (everything Irom a white
iieiiil hind's ■" the Beggar Prince Opera compan-,   a white mouse.
It    should engagement,   Friday     an* Saturday,!    you'll he surprised how t.ir   y,.ur
I,,,,, March   *;. and 14.    The operas "Fra Wlttr ffl„  ,   Ml   ,        w     ,.„me
.„,. I.iuuil,,' nnd   .he    e.mis    Clown    Md      le ls      d   „„. 8tMk
tlio »r'- conceiled to be Hie very best    InU   vq.,„ „,„„ .   „,    ,    ■
$35,  a 'ho company's repertoire.    Mt   Jas. 8"m(,"'. *"*  ',"''"    -        '
„ Taylor, the    lending! tenor, is ol na-|    "*   " '""' '""
t tinhal reputation, ha\iiiR been leading' , , .	
necils In show that it Is big enough tenor (nr yours with tbo Orau Opera   .-
to i.iiilii necessary Hails and mads i.i company.      Miss   Kthcl Hatch,    the  •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦
unnstilucnotcs   which si-nd opposition Prlm-a donna,   was engaged    by such  t —_..__.        t
membora In lhc legislature!,     Com- "ion as 1,mr>' Sl   Savage, Hammer-  I FOR   SALE Z
loci liy Iiii* government stein and    tl.e lata Daniel Frohman. * * *
Chtlllwack Ml* Freii Owhling and   .loe Coombs,
(l'l. ix I'i"...''-. ) iu keeping    wlti> the eompany, and, .
.'i.niliiiiok    wauls      tlio   proposed patrons arc promised ono ol the I'm- X
Hritish Columbia  University to    lo- est   attractions that money can ser T
cate thoro. cure. ^
Handley Livery and!
Feed Stables
TIIF BERT is N..NI. Too
0001.   (III.    rll.NKKOOK
«'K BNDF.4VOH To Fl'ltMSII
TIIE HK.-*-!
Rigs, Hiding Horses and
Pack Horses for any
part ol lhe
District
t WElWANT TO SATISFY VOL'
BAXTER & LANQIN
. **********************
\ CRANBROOK-FERNIE
|     FARMERS' INSTITUTE
4    I'lesiilent : T. S, (Jin,
Secretary: ItiORriK Ahiiwobth
Foi information regarding land*
iin<t agriculture apply tu the
Secretary, Crnnbrook, B. C.
» **** ? THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
tf....iiii A v KAii
Tilt.   CACKII   THAI'   IS   UK AD   BY   TIIK   PEOPLE
MAC1UI  I.,  1908
MARTIN .-i SHEKI EV'S
BEGGAR PRINCE!
COMIC OPERA CO.
TIIK  (IXI.V ..1-1'..: \  .-..M.-.W    I.
VISIT IMI INIlltooK  Nil-
si: .son
I'riday, March 13:
" Pra Diavolo."
Salurday, March II
The "Circus Clown.
A UU VI-.ANHI I.
A I Ik'AC I ION
A N'n.aklc .'..-I.*. U.inilriiiil -Tolces,
Well    Ti.in.f.l  II I. ('level  I'oiiicill*     lli?lily  I IllllirSCll   hv  11.0  I'lt'S
ans, I'leii.   flirts,    lliindsome   Cos
tuuies, Aluni.l.ii.r.. ..I Spccinl Scenery.
livcrywhcrc
SCALE   OF PRICES
IMIVVN SI AIKS* lirsl IU Kims, jil.WI   -   Balance .ilk and 75c
U\I.I.I.RY- lirsi three Rows. $1.00  -   lasi Three Rows,75c
I'Un oi Srals at llr.il.ic* -* Atchison's.     Free l.isl Suspcdrd
OUAN llltOOK   II I.l.'A l.l>
Hy llu* llernld   Publishing (.'ompany,
Uml ted.
/..■-iiqw^^.jl-ABElJ)
The lleralil v.: worlh Sin a year. It
cuuts only 1:1. No .nan in South
Ku.t Kuoleiiny ..in alii.nl lo be without .1, an.: everyone living outside oi
the district, who is Interested in tlie
'Vtogrcss ol lliis section, should 'end
It. 11 publishes (lit* news wlnle il is
news. It is controlled al.solu.ely hy
the pt.hlisl.crs. Nu clique, party in
luilivnltnil dictates i.s policy. it
don't try to please the people. It's
desire ii tu publish a newspupet lhat
will lie a credit to the community.
.-.tin. In yuur subscription um. yon
will lu* lhauklul ever -iltotwuiil.
Aiive.Using rates 11 per inel. poi
wo.tlii, no more .mil no less.
Reading ...alter 15 cents per line
to non ailvt-t Users; !'. cents per line
tu regular advertisers.
.' II yon desire to reach the people of
SouUi If.e) Kootenay you must advent isn in The Herald.
Tin* Herald has a thst-class. job
plan.,.anil ils work i.s ol the best.
The Herald don't vv.uil charily. It
Wtuils u sijiiai-e ileal on your job
Woik.     II in* i .* ol sull yon in iiiial-
'ily  I price, I.irk, ami   send    yo.it
wo.k In some t'lii*a|i .lohn lioiist, iu
lbe east that lu-ve. sifiiils a ec.it In
tlranhreok.
[»7a*XZ**S3
7*9 1 -*~i'*3W-'>\i ■**:■•*■£. O:'-X"-    *■.■■ t-
? OBSERVATIONS
t UV THE 01.11. MAN.
a welcomed more
will Uud a compi
otivu wealth, iiui
Ur. King, the     lucal member,   Im
ilt  aU tu his power fu induce    lhc
guverumeill   lo give adequate relief to
1..- frunhrook illstrlct, bul owing to
the fact that, be is in the opposition,
bis work and bis ear nesl pleadings
hnve fallen uu deal ears. In Uie
discussion ol the budget, Dr. King
bad tliis tu say of the treatment of
tbe Crnnbrook district:
Ih. King protested ven strongly against the maimer in which
lhe government bad treated bis
district H was absolutely unfair. The premier took advantage tn tell the people ol t ranbrook that unless they semi iluwn
ii member ol bis own kind Ihey
could nol expect fair treat meu I
from lhc government. The
premier denied this ami said liis
statement was quite tl..- contrnrv.
In King said that taking fnto
consideration the amounts voted
In difTereul districts lie believed
the people of lliis province wished the districts
to he treated iu a fair and equitable way. Tin' governmenl wns
using lhe grants tn strengthen
their political position. The
needs uf the Cranhrook district
were well known In the government and had heen liroughl lu
iheir attention frequently. It bail
heeii grnntc-d by visiting ministers
i Imt these works were necessary,
bul the governmenl had .stated
Ihet wished lo get the credit for
hem.     The government  bus hum
Ii
HOHL    I HAN
,5,251 a. Month
..1.11110 1
 111.1111,1
I'l.-f root I sulisciip-
linn li*i* open i.i invt-siiea*
lion hy  ulvorlisera  ill   any
li	
Tin. II,., .11 nives n .1 illni
in iniiii-foi  i *I..Mm i ti.
.*v.    riuin !... :,-.■, Inl- ll„.
li.'lii lo  :. i   ivh.il   lie   i-
Ifffiuii*.-    i..i    In-    n ,*y.
The  lleinlil    i-   on..   |>n|i|.|
L'l.1.1 i-oiiflM tiivefliliijmth.it,
{**********]
CIRCULATION SIATI.VU.M
I, I*'. I-:. Simpson, mn.iai-.er nl ll.o
fifi.l.if.l, llcrnld, tlo hereby italo
lliul iiii* prossman's boohs show, .mil
lliul I li.n.- fi.i i reason ... Indict--*,
tbal tin* fiifilfif.ii ... ll..- Ileii.l.l i..i
the    pasl   seven    months   hns   I n
36,7(10 copies   divided .is tollou .:
.Inly    I,Iiill
Augusl   1,8311
Set.le.nber  I.ixr,
October   S.llVli
November  . I.IMHI
issue i.i l.ot*.   r,   i.n-,
Issue ol Dec. 12  I,sill)
ISSIIC  ol   Doe.    I!.    1,71.0
.' Iss I Dec. 30  1,13.1
December
1.83.-1
Issue
Ian.
Li 	
 1.135
Issue
'au.
!i   	
 1,H.*>
Issue
I,tu.
li!  	
 1,711(1
issue
Ian.
■i'i   	
 1,500
Issue
Ian.
;.u 	
 1,1(15
January
...8,665
brook.     There i.s uu better town
earth.
Tbe gnvernmenl slili maintain.
tarill <ui iypo and printing ma
cry, nn>\ yel there is nothing of
kind manufactured in Canada,
lleralil has fell the burden of
mfair legislation and naturally
i'as ii ran in' Accomplished Cranhrook
I will h.oe a government building that
[will he a credit tu the lown aud   ihe
a tllslrlcl., knockers nul withstanding
Tlw
nl..
_-_-__-_-__-__-_$* "f ""' Herald is In-
The!creasing in ;i must gratifying manner
ihis .mil tbe advertiser  whn spends     lus
ds{ money   with ihis    paper appreelat
like protesting so long as nothing otjthe fiicl lhat tic Is get'ling Value   u
ih.< kind    is manufactured in Canada, ceived.
I'he   Herald     believes iu   protecting
"'"lli™   ..,llLlni!in,!a!n"..!.ll:'l!   The Herald ...lice has been lorn
.iliun
wluslrv
1 nri IT
llie [i.ist  week  ft.
.-.niv
up
lli.it space in the exhibits were booked hy       lbe
Criuib K   district  for the Dominion
laii itcvi .July tn Calgary. mc fol
low ing is a complete list of exhibits
booked fni space lo dale. Mncleoii,
Carstaiis, Lulhbridgo, High Kiver,
.\eIsoii,   hi-   Umlun,   v rniiilln.ii, ituy-
moiid,   i-.il mon ton, .Stratlieona,     licit ____„	
Deer, (ileiehcii, UKOtuKs,  Wduskiwiu, "l Canada, llie imposition oi a  iiiriu [emiipmeiil     and    new   arrangements
Link, Innisfail, Alberta deparlmeiiL oi 1S an milrnge un the printing fratei  i\V(n.n |tY(.rjthing is complete we   |i
iigricii iu..-, Chilllwucn, -Sasivalciicwuii "'ty- llevc we are safe in saving that    the
govcritiiiciil exhibit, Camrose, Allierta   Herald will have tlie best equipped ot-
yivcruitieiil exhibit., Kelowim, It. I'.,     Itnberl  Oniilhony, "English humor- ace and tto most svsl
uidsburv, Stetik-r, llayinoi.il, Chilli- ist" is returning from the west, by ranged ol anv weekly paper in Wttt-
Aiick. V.iiioii, II. Howell, mineral e\-\ way of Ualgnry. We give Mr. (lantern Canada. ' New machinery a.m
hil.il,     Prince   Albert,  I.ednc,  llanii. I tboi.y credit fnr sagacity oiiougb     to new tvpe will contribute to tliis con-
Wlmi's the mutter with Cranhrook'. know   Imtlei   than   fn return    by the ilitlnu, nml it has been the aim      nl
 „ Crows Nest Pass. [ I ho Herald since it
Thr Herald desires at this llmu   to   Inception      tn      keep     ahead       of
.-uniiiiiin.'i.i Hit- MeBride covernmciit. The littio town of Cnmiose, in the dcmamls oi the tuwn and the dis
on   he   must    satisfactory  iirrange-'Ni'i'lhorn    Alberta,   donated $1700.00,trict and we beliove that, we      have
incut made ' with'the   Grand  Trunk Insl yeitt for lhe purposo nf advortis-lsucccctlcd along     tbis line.     It costs
li the reuurti received      ut ">*K     ils   utliac.liuns   and resources, i in\  tn do     these things hut     tbo
• ollice is correct   we arc free   tu What's ibe matter with Cranbrnok?     Ib-nild never hesitates on the mallei
Lhat Mr. McUrhlc bus made   thc   _   '.'? Pxp?Me ff,,?t' " .TT }". l\ l-wT
i    arrangement     with   the Grand .  The Kiitg.nf England smokes cigars ■\nnl.nf Jiroinolhie the best interest
ink   tlial   was ever  made by       am   thill   cost   UM a  piece.        llis    sub-l"    ,1,1,'1 '°*;n   •■■"•   ''UC district,        1 lie
ivince   willi     n»)  transcntmenial iccts sinnko pipes. i Herald believes in t ranbrook. and all
,.,,lu,a.    The llurald believes in giv-   Imt tl" prnprielnr htiR nn earth
ling ru'-iit where uredll is   and it     li is u deplorable fact  Mini n     few '" l "■aiibmnk, nm  it is paying at tbe
is plcascl ,u- ihis   time to congratu- tickets   ni     n 2   inch ntlvcrUsfcnenl P"*?1 l!,no U    ."   Jvcfkt^ns a pay
laic Ur. McBrii ho success that   from am  Ifflrn-siormlng show will flxflo   awomp Wi what it wants to
ih.   I.,,, attained    in bis negotiations Ihe   average Western newspaper     so ,l" f'" 1«»» s(',,,",» of the country.
willi lhc (iiaiid    Truuk people.   Mat- far as notices go.      Most  nl  tue at- 	
Lcrs ul ibis kind arise above petty Irnetions nn Iho road today in Ibis \\ js evident tbat the people ap-
pniuics, and anv government tnai purl of tlie country realize thnt the prceiiitc the etlurts of the Herald, as
noes as much for the people as has Herald is nol built thnt way. Hence ft is crowded week after week with
apparenth   th.'   Mclliide government, Hie trouble. work and the demands upon its enpa-
|nre     entitled     to   the thanks of the _     ^——-    ^ *s|ty is increasing day by day.      The
regardless of pollti-j   |)uring'*thc*'past** few days     there| Herald employs   artists"   in Its bnsi-
[icoplc
till    |
large surplus and ther
the same nwessity for the works.
A road should he opened up in St.
Marys valley, whieh was becoming
a very important district. The
expenditure there had been misapplied, of whieh he gave instances, lie hoped the government would yet see their way to
grant a portion of the sum appropriated for toilds and trails
throughout (he province. He
trusted tbe honorable members
for Fernie anil Ymir would give
him assistance in the mallet of
trunk roads for those district.*,
lie described the great Iriiuk
iiiiiii reaching Albert-awards, [kiss
lug through the Kootenai" ai.-l
giving means of moving about and
for transporting produce. The
const ruction would not mean an
entire new road, there were some
Tu miles already in existence,
built by tlie Crows Nesl I'.tss
railway in the course of construc-
l.lon of their railway. lie hoped
the governmenl wnuld see nt to
bring down nn apprnlinlbm In
secure the construction of Hint
rnad. The timber industry was
so important it was up in the
governmenl tn Introduce legisln-
latino known as Hie Hritish Columbia timber law whieh would
not     be    ohnnged    lot  veals ami
Usf Tuesday was tin- I51h mini
vnsiiri of the wedding of King I'M
ward ibe VII. The King, I lien, nl
course, Prince ..f Wales, i
Princess Alexandra, dniighlei
King nl Denmark.
I    Nl
lilialioii.s. [have been    several Hindus  in        tho|nes3, it carries the. largest stork
  tuwn.     The Herald does not     know printers stationery Mint is carried hy
son played oil llieir hockey game whv thev are here hut if. can sav that anv weekly paper in Western Canada,
with Kernie and mot with defeat, tbey are nol wauled or needed In and it Is prepared, owing to its
Now tunc your ear to the yell of de- other words, so far as Kast Kootc- cipitpmenl and the men employed, In
lighi thai will arise from lhe heights liny is concerned no Hindu need    ap-]give absolute satisfaction to its pat
ul    llu
Tlu
.'anil.
pessimists who arc worrying
over thc conditions for the nexl six
-i ten monllis should bear iu mind
ih.ii Hit railroads alone are going l
spend millions iu Western Canada lui
const ruction. It. is true that much
..I il may not be spent in the
mediate vicinity n( Cranbrnok, but
thai great amounts means prosperitj
no Western Canada and Crnnbrook
will get ber own next vear
vear after, if she should fail to get it
Ibis vear. This is a. glorious eoun
trj and lei us all lions! togetbei. Till
resources uf Western Canada are no
vi i touched, and Cranhrook is located
in the center ol lhe richesl country
..I all Western Canada. Her lime is
".nun-. Kruin tiie beginning of the
lown iu ih<- pit-sent time Cranbrook
has hi-.'li [irusjienni.s and vet Hie pros
peril) to come for tliis tuwn and Mil;
dust rii i will make the prosperity of
Hie past luui. insignificant indeed. So
ii.an wh.. has bail faith iu Craubiuok
..n.l lias stntul hv that faitli iu the
wav   ni    lliv.'slm.'iit   bas    ever   [ust    11
cent.
Iht- llernld has been a staunch ad-
v... ah- ut   Ih.-     possibilities   of runt
growing   in   llns     district.     In fact
lleralil     wo*   a pioneer ml
l' tin
lj..)
London and  Kugland  aie u.-vi   v
.ng up     The The Winning I'nst
mu (puiling Mie "Krnnk Pnpei "
Ivnnlnges alone this line and
he Iil  is |.1< a-< I to sn- I h.i I oihei    newspapers are fullnwing its lead and are
now  doing wlml  Ihe) can In promote
ik   Mie      bittl iuteiests of   tlie   dislriel.
is  llu   Herald eililni  was called a crank
Irt'caiisp   h.-   maintained     thnl  Kast
•—  Knolemn  cmild grow  fruit  aud vege
lam    number id thc    KnRlish i..i.i. .   euunl   to    any     raised upon
paptfi'fi aie malting n greal fuss      he- earth      II.   i-     n.".  longer called    a
cause ibe King attended    n     llonuHi ,, , ,,|M|I, ,|Ms |j,l0 aW\ [| ),.,s |„-,-n
Cnlhnlte ebur.-b on tin -ns! l   .. demonstrated  lliul   this district    cau
mcmnrl.il M-rvleo     f.u  the lale King rai,s<   fruit   I vugelnbles equal     to
ol Portugal.       Tine it Is that    nnt am In    Western (Vinndn and superior
f.u 320 years has a Hritish sovereign     ^—^-* -     -
ntlended the celebration oi a Human
mass within Ins own domains.      Itul
the davs ol Kdwar.l Ibe VII. are nui
the days of .lames Hie II.     Needless
to say the     present f Iho hum al
the   requiem     muss     fur   a hint her!
sovereign,     and     his own     Intimate'
friend,     was purely a tribute oi sym
[lathy and     respect for Mm de|iiifled|
and s.ieh us is universally cuslumaiv.
to        ll,
l.M'      1
ai eil     in many sections.
TakfiiR
llll.
 nsideiiilioii   this   ii'SiiH
'i.   II.
The c
laid
i-. salisiied.
.Ibeinls  should  dn     every-
llijim i
leople
n Ih.
In  C
ell |iower to protect- tlie
rniibrnnk ngninst  lire.    It
s     l||)     1
iccotint
• Iln
d   th
■ prnpet ollicials to take nc-
t'\ sin.nbi not hesitate on
auy feeling   that   may   be
IIOllSlll
aua
inst  them.
Total  for seven  month8.3fl.7R0
Average   pel'   month   ... ...5,251
•SiibsciihiNl and sworn to before me
tbis 1st dav of Kebruary, 1008, at
Cranhrook,  B. C.
John Hutchison,
A notary public in and for the Count
of Kootenay, liritisb Columbia.
AH.-]   all      the  false  alarm   ar-id.
a'nun t  Kngllshmen    in Cnnudu, whin
have been    published     hy the Dnih
lleverend    huliine, formerlv pastor
Ihe Preslivterian church of      this
but now ihe bead n( lbe Western
I Mail, the   following from the l-undon iteform League, spoke in Cnlgary Mi
j limes is icfresbinj;:   ■ "It  is nol the „1her night,       At tlie hotel he ieuis-
Kngllshman as   such who is objected ;-.,-..| .ls „ resident of Toronto.   The
to, but the l-.uglislltiinn of ihe class o| R,.v.     Korlune  lived in Toronto,    if
reckless   unemployed   and   unempli.y- ,,,-,, only it short time, but he    has
abb',    too many of     whom liml ih.ii |m (    |„    Canhiook snmc    seven or
l way t,. i aiiaria       The good   In-L, !, ,,,,(,,  vm,^     ],   would be tn      the
workman, the laborious Lnglis.i .,,, ,,,.,,,, ,,,■ , ove^nd gentleman     if
culturis.t,   who is ready u> work and tie wouhl have registered from Cran-
* J
ply.
rune on all kinds of work. That is
why tbe Herald cuiitimies to he pros-
perous aud that is whv the Herald is
spending hundreds of dollars tn
prove ils plant.
hie. has no riu-hl tu'ow-n a hfi)
be a resident of Cranbrook.
William Davldsnn, uf Snndon, has
been nominated as ihe Socialist candidal!- for the Dnmlnlnn hnnse. After
"Hill" quit w.ok and went Into poli-
lics. he lias never shown any Next week tbe Herald celebrates
inclination to go to work again. iits tenili liiiiiivcrsnry.    Tbis is quite
—— Ian event in the historv nf tliis paper,
Prut,,- r children who aliend lho'TI"  '-"'T'1 flilnr ntiA manager   has
set Is.     T   is the first dulv nf a  'T1'" in i!l111^ 1,f ■■\(K I',,|'i,l,l from the
schnol trustee .lime it fust started, and in a modest
  | wav. bas done what he could fnr   tho
tJ     .,, .     .        . .   ailv.oiceinent of Cranlirook and       the
It  will :soon he lime  or every rosMdistrict.     I„ t|1(. next  bisuc      there
dent of ( nvnlirnoii ro Clean up.       t.e lvi|| ,„, pinisbtil a number nf letters
man who has noi pride ennugh In his ,,.„,„ tlll. n|t|.1:imera 1)f    Hl0 district,
home to make Ins    premises present- „,l(1 s.hnw |h|lj). npprcc)af{ntl flir wlmt
lhe   Herald has     done bv thc words
  that they have written.    The Herald
has done   wbal  it enntd during   tlw.
The   provincial     parliament   nrorn- past tan       vears       and   trusts
gued     Insl     Sal ui day.     Th.ink   Ihe thai       il      will      he       able      tn
Lord. jdo far mote    during the next decade,
  'and   onlv    hopes   Hint it   will     be
It is the duly ..f (he cilv council able to assist not onlv lhe Individual Ih,- school board to see every- un|s of the town and district hut the
I hint! possible is ih.ne tn protect the whole community »1 large, lu anv ef-
children oi tin' school in ease nf (Iro.jfoH that thev rimy tie making fm*
Tbe Herald is pleased to know  that   iheir personal advancement..
alreiwh     ncMnti    has I n   taken tn 	
provide an exlrn fire escajie in case of) It is evident Miat thc enemies nf
an emergency at the public school,; Dr. King have an organ in this ills-
Paienis nif iinrtirnllv wnrrietl over triel. Ami vet uo man has been
m.ill.is nf Ibis kind, and scbo.il |,orn or bioiigbl into this district
tiuslees siiouid leave nothing iiiidnne who could dcfenl Dr. King in an electa provide   everv safety foi  lhc ehll- lion.
-hen s.. Mint here in nrnnbronli t-herej '   ■ •
should be uu repetition of Ihe Col- When fIn-Herald was started nearly
llngwuml disaster. ten vears ami, tt  was au Independent
  [newspaper.   The Herald Is still an in-
Tbe Cranhrook   district Is enjoying dependent   newspaper.     II  has      nn
at tlie presenl lime typical luinana.tiinrlgage on its plant, and no man
weather. im Crnnlironk or the district has ever
  hnil the temerity to enter the llernld
The people of Cranbrook sliould ilnjnlllee unit dictate lis policies. That's
all iu Mien power to clean up their.wlinl is meant by an independent1
promises in Mie early spring      time  newspaper.
It is    imt  onlv   dangerous   t.- allow 	
tilth lo aniiniuiate but it gives H.e The Herald prides itself on never
citv a hla. I. eye us welt. indulging in personalities.     That    is
  | why no man can come lo Mie Herald
The contemptible   knock iu a local olfit-e with an article reflecting   upon
naper on Cranbrnok lasl week has any Individual am) expect to gel it
done a wonderful Injury to Crnn- printed. In fact, the altitude ol Mie
bruok. ll would be sad news ImM Herald Is sn well known iu this re-
tn go nut among the people of the sped Mint im person ever tluiu.K nf
west Mint tlie government lind nn nsklng anything of the kind of this
mure confidence in Cntlibrook than tn paper.
erect a small     frame building as     a| •	
government headquarters. Those The Honorable Mr. Howser has
who are posted know full well lhat shown himself to bave been the Itnna-
the building imw being erected is parle of the last    session nf Mie prn-
siiniilv temporary quarters for      the vincial legislature.     At times it wns
post nJTicc and is being built at     Hie a tpieftlion whether Premier Mcllridn
personal    expense     of   Mr.    It-     ''■   '"  Mr. Howser were in the saddle.
Beattie, postmaster.     The man    whn ■
wrote the article for the other paper    The cilv ( ncli made n gnnd move
has evidently snmc spile against  Mr,  when they incorporated, in the     fire
aisles he at least two leet wide and
furl he i that all aisles be kept clear
Irom obstructions. An ounce of prevention iu this case is what is wanted, and whilst it is to he hoped that
no fire will occur iu a public building
in Cranbrook, it is much better to
be un the safe side and tn see that
everv precaution is taken to insure
the safely of Ihe public.
The latest journalist ic venture In
Kast Kootenav is thc Daily Entertainer, published nl Kernie liv U. <L
Meikic. This sheet is published
everv afternoon iu the inl crests of
entertainments of all muds, sucn as
theatrical performances, the opera,
the circus, shows, sports, socials. \
dances and fraternal society gatherings, and is distributed fret thraigh-
Ollt  tlie city.
predates the fact that praying lor
It. c. legislators is a good neat harder jnii than saving souls In Cranbrnnk".
It is lime fur the Cranbrnok Board
of Trade   to get  Imsy.     The robins
will
on lie here
There is nothing modest about llillv
McUhi, of tbe Toronto World. The
cartoonist on thai paper must get m
at least three pictures of tbe inimitable llillv a week to hold bis job
Sir Charles llibbert' Tupper is in
politics. This is evident hy the fact
that he is writing letters to newspapers on political matters.
There is no man in the district ihat
will dispute the (act that it pays to
advertise in the Herald
Vi, .1, Bryttil. the silver-tongued
rntor of the States, has visited
oine eastern     points in Canada   re-
iitly.     It  is expected  that he    wiH
Mr. James Bryce, llrilisli ambassador at Washington, says the following
about Sir Wilfrid Laurier: "It is
always a great pleasure in mo to   he
mff'-.',. m-mrrt«??fnlC^o1l«-lv|sit'Wll,ll|l,c? "'"' ''''^ witlli" »
ni.i.I mi o.<!-e, so   ..ni.iiitl, s.    ox j        ,  k      W1     *    ,        u       j ,
I;,.     '*."" , • ti!?''!'    »"1 f k-*l>n. Mr- Brynn to visit Crnnbrook?
'f'1 '    '  'l"'kl> ,;''"«   " ""'ill.- w ever be s.t.islloil with Qan-
S!!,*„ T^liiZy^erseTt^ "ltes "" SMS C™""rmk' .
that of   your    prime minister 	
Wilfrid Laurier.'' After so often j Government Agent Armstrong will
bearing Sir Wilfrid's public character; have charge of beautifying Mn;
analyzed, criticised or complimented grounds about thc governmenl build-
as the case may be. in a more or ing. So better man could superiu-
less liana! way, the above new and tend a work nf this kind, Mr. Arm-
brilliant portrait sketch, done by the strong will take a pride in making
hand of a greal artist  in words   and j these grounds equal  to   any gnvern-
phrases, will give all Canadians,
without distinction of party, a new
thrill of pride and pleasure.
The Herald is doing all in iis power to help oul the Cranbrook city
bund. Three members of the Herald
staff are bandsmen also.
The Herald is iu receipt, from the
sccretn ries nf I he ' 'Quebec Ha 11 le*
fields Association," a booklet entitled
"The Quebec Battlefields," "An Appeal to History." It is a very interesting pamphlet indeed, describing
as it does, the objects ol the association. It is published at a very appropriate time, because this year the
Prince ol Wales will open the National park on that greatest of Canadian
battlefields, "The Plains of Abraham" at. Quebec. The pamphlet may
to obtained free from S. K. Dawson,
King's printer, Ottawa.
There   is a    statement going (orth
ment  grounds iu the province.
Speaking ol people who worked on
government buildings ami furnished
material for the same, it might not
he impertinent to ask how many
Grits worked on the provincial building in Ibis cilv and furnished material for the same.
Anyone who has auy suggestions
to make ou hint growing that would
he a benefit to Mie farmers of this
district may have the use of the
llernld columns without cost.
Martin    Hurrell, of    Grand  Porks,
one of the best  known fruit growers
in   British    Columbia, has    returned
from Kngland where he has heen for
the   past    few     months    idling the
people of that, count ry ol the    fruit
possibilities of British Columbia     No
better man   could   have been      sent
on such a mission and the people   of
Mli^^loe,Marl^nMprop^Wto■m7o,|)w,, Province should give bim a glor-
Englnnd to locate permanently. Tbat'in,,s welcome-on Ins return and    in
is enough to make even King Edward,80"1? f*rtablf ,*'»>' manifest their ap-
shiver.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Again the story is being told of
treachery in t-he Tory ranks iu the
Dominion house. Mr. Poster has
never been satisfied In serve as a
lieutenant to Mr. Burden, and Is
instilling the seeds uf discontent and
dissatisfaction in lbe minds nf snmc
of his followers in the house. There
is-n great diO'erence hetween Mr.
Poster aud Mr. Borden. Mr. Borden
is an lionesl man.
A speech supposed to have been delivered by W. K. Boss, M P.P., ol
Pernio, in lbe provincial legislature
a few days ago, contains some state
meats that in Mie minds of those ut
this dislriel who have read it reflect
to some degree at least upon llie
work in this province of tbe late
Colonel Baker The man who could
stand up in the house a' Victoria ami
sav one word against Colonel Baker,
aim spent years nl his Hie promoting
the liesl interests nf Cranbrnok mut
.ill nf Kast Kuotenay, shows himself
in he une who is nnt familiar witli
the conditions of the past a tul unable
lo fully appreciate the sacrifices made
hy that genlleinnil for tbe benefit of,
Cranhrook ami the district. The
lerald can baldly believe that Mr.j
Hoss was correctly reported, ns he is
preciation of the great work     which
he bas accomplished in Kugland.
Too many horses and cows running
louse In Crnnbrook tor a town that
has n pound by-law. What is the
matter?
Tbe late limber combine demonstrates again Mint Mu* Almighty dollar knows no Hag or no country
i:\PLAl\S       THK
unit k '
"ELECTION
Editor Herald
I note in the Issue of ynur eon
temporary of March "Hi an aillcle
entitled "Is it an election brick?"
The person who wrote tliis article foi
Mr (Irace must have known lie was
writing a deliberate He and bis snle
object    must   have been    to create
strife     While I linv i objection to
any use wh'eh lhe Prospect ni may
make of mv name eitbei as Deal tie
or the <Vui. I do object to a false
Impression being started which   will
work to tbe deliiineiil of I'laubinok
Tbe facts of the ease aie simply
Ihese: The Dominion government have
purchased for a Dnminion government
building site lots SB, 37 and 28, block
 lllf, opposile the Herald nlllcc.       The
Ihnioughlv familiar with the" earlvl-"' adjoining these lots. No :!fi is
historv of ibis district and was woll owned liy Dr. King and myself. We
acquainted with Mr. Baker dining his aw erecting on it a building   which
life' limn.l
Polities seem tn he dead In British
Columbia.   Neither   Tories nor Grits.     ,-■■•
are doing much.      What is Hie niut-Jofflco and of Beattie A* Alebisnn    i
tar?
will serve as a post ollice till the
Dominion building is built. Tbe reason for ttiis, sn far as 1 am concerned, is that the business of Mm   post
The provincial    government  appr.
priated M.ftllO.flft for the district   ol
Increasing sn rapidlv Mint tiiev" both
require more room.
I presume   when a person  enntem-
 plates building in the town, that    he
(ranbrook.    Donald McKay won't do still has the   privilege ol purchasing
much with Mint $5,(J(in.(10. material where he pleases and    em-
_ ,— . Ploying whom he pleases to build it,
 .- -^^^^^^a^^-,*^--.--------—.--——   Itcveicml S. -I. Thompsi.ii. former- providing it is not mortgaged nr   he
Beatlie   and is    endeavoring   lo use limits   building    by-law,    the order ly pastor nf the Methodist ehureh  of has the money to pay for it.
that paper to get that   nil    center aisles   iu buildings this city, delivered a prayer iu    thel   Thanking you lor your space, I am
even.    The corner lots have been   se- used for public assemblies be at least provincial house one day last    week, yours faithfully,
cured hy the government and as suon three feet wide and that all      other The Reverend Thompson no doubt ap^' R  E  Beattie
L thb cranbuook herald
Millinery Exposition at Burns Brothers
w
1*1 hnve pleasure iii announcing .hat um- special showing •■!
.'..RATIONS in SPRING MILLINERY will lake place
nn.l FRIDAV oi NEXT WEEK -MAR.CH IHih, 19th
l.e latest NEW VORK snd HOME
n WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY
Lllll     2....1
Serge suits, W.M.-C. C   S.
W.  11.   Wilson   visited  Mi.yle
week.
IV.
take ..bi
S.
fninilnio    loi   new.-
Hi* lake old
c C  s.
|   Suits    made
lc. C S
furniture   im
tn
order, H
Suits
s.
....I
to
order, n;
.il In
We havo absolutely tt
colleetint. not before the I
" pretty," because we have
need to sleep over yon.* oho
We cordially invito you
eitiii-a.ii,.i in itself.
in siivio** that never before ha*, tbero !>.*
i Graniiroolc. Every llm ii- n dream in
'ensoi. tu believe our intlliners have gone
ni an* fline (o take it fancy to one of tlie ma
to lake ii walk llm.iifli
lllllll
.* Sal.-on on 11..
. ii charming, bewitch!
ft'e .Ion', ii.o tl.*- hi
Iter. There uili l.e
i.l light.
-Im-—.    ll Hill prove
SEE   OUR   SPECIAL
WINDOW   DI SPLAYS
l-resh Arrivals in Dress Materials
.nr collection Is one ... tin- bust, comprising .It
...pillar i'a.umm, Rrondcloth, Voiles, I'l.ptiio., t'lish
note, Tnffettis and I'n.iey Snip,. Materials.
Al.l. MARKED AT TIIE KEENEST I'OSSIBU
PRICES
New Spring Cms and Women's Suits
Every carmoni now.    Don'l tales seeing out charming collection.   Prices to suit eve.yi.ody.
Walking anil Dress Skirls
We  have  just  boon lucky  in  tintkintc  a  ■neolai
purchase ol   LADIES'   rWEED  SKIRTS  at  a
special discount.
111.60 quality, .nm                11.80 each
18.00      ••       -                   18.60 each
Ik.ih.     '•       "                 |r.«0each
PANAMA  CLOTH  BKIRTS, in Navy, Cardinal.
Itrown, .'roaio, mid lll.ik    ..II gqaranteed io l.e
lbe very Inte.t style--.
LAWN   WAISTS
IN   QRF.AT   VARIETY
NFW   SPMNil   MPS.INS,   Nl.«   UCS,   NEW  FMgK.I.O.UIlS.  MUSLIN   li.MULVMFalt.  CODSETS,   ETC,   Ut
SPECIAL    WINDOW   DISPLAY
OF   BOOTS
— AT
AND   SHOES   THIS   WEEK
BURNS BROTHERS,
CRANBROOK'S POPULAR
SHOPPING CENTRE
of    W.tnlii..
tin- jeweler
ilis
iiio.1
,-ii  I*.
new
'. -.o
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l-'i.
l.s
-C. C. S. and was (old a. Hint time lh.,1       *t
the acme would l"* necessary l.,r bin. ... get out
al
Btabl.
Mun
'.villi*
I Intel Cranl.ru
pi..11001
1.  iiu- I.e.
proprietor
I,     visit t-rl
of       i ho
Medicine
•erfec
l.r..-
tlu
HILLCRESTI
THE 'PITTSBURG  OF  CANADA
wilhln ii-r-n than nne mil" nf the mntti
■e-quarterfl »l a milt- ol it..- )Jellpvn*w
I tti» llaplfl I.-nl mine.withintbr#B'
■j .Hid uilt.ii. uue i.i.h uuif i.i itmHill'
Ttmlmruol   llilt-r-i   In nHiml.'.l
pntraiice of He- Franti  ivlihtn ilir.
muir., within itir** •iiii.tiOTi nt a mill* i
qanrreM of nraitmif thu teltoli Cnlllerl
t'ipsi mine.
THE TOWNSITE WILL BE OPENED SHORTLY
An bo'e1 ■•ostiini TKN THOUSAND in ll.l. I IH I.,... |a,l Dnlalmt and Ilia
furniture i, Is-lltg Inslnlloil   Tl,.-,-.- uu- nheady .ol-l,v-aove,i  tn.llil.m-... il. lbe
..,un   Tlif .III.I.CIIKST mink I'AV.IO.,1, arorage. I.oiiv Iin.nnn and
t*.'..,ii.i. tier in mill, wllito .lie i.iiiit.iiif. |..i>r..ll n. tlio in.noH s,irr„u..i.iag in-*
, ,    l"
inn*, loitl..
JIMM) p.T Niiiiih. All From Mines Wilhin One Nile of Tuws
}> i.t^oi lots will hi. nt uined •dux-llv.    IHllcrttBt coil linn lie-ftli un Mm iimr-
ln>t for two years.mid tui-t tiv "II le-ita proven itwll the highait khiiIo niemu
ti- nali and i- tii.-.i.lnirh fret. Irom I'linktfM
a i'tin nt i.   tt bun
• >r further pnrticnla
■ ii|.|il>
; C  P.  HILL,  HILLCREST, ALTA.
A JEWEL CASE |
I
W.  F.  TATeI
"The  Jeweler" _
is just wl.nl yotl wn.it In keep .vour joweliv in for
siife keeping, so you will know where to find your
RING or BROOCH quiokly. We l.uve some
lovely deafens in . .RMOI.l' GOLD, BRONZE, and
UBKY FINISH from ?3.50 to $5.50. Will tie
pl.-us.d lo allow tliein to you.
Cigars
Arabella
Tuckett's Club
La Fortuna
Marguerite
25 in a Box
At
SJ.MIOHTON
The Tobacconist
LOCAL   NOTES
Official    Waif it
Ill-pe
11
RIDGEWAYS, Ltd.
TEA  MEN
LONDON,  ENG., AND VANCOUVF.P, B. C.
Largest High tirade Tea Warehouse
in the World
Annual sales over $M,000,000.'I>
Exclusive Agent, Cranbrook: G. T. ROGERS
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KNOWLEDGE J
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teat iu uf vital
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uur li.ui.l-
it'I'M' i.i Ilivi-Unitl-t  I" 'il Bpf'tUi'Ii'M
titt.-l. GlnssHs fitted bv Bimply
i-ib uuiil um- is found iiiiii gives
to VXIOX i: INJURIOUS,
a ri I nifilioilu in tiur teste,   Enoli
iitiune. mul your oyee aro safe in
1
WU      U/ll   CfilU Jeweler nnd I
*   Km*   TT IL/OV/l^t liiadi.Kie Optician      ►
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looking ii. our window the otlier duy nt our display of
HAND SAWS
Next Iim.. you tiro tuieaiux kindly drop in and let us
toll yon iilmut ODR SPECIAL ut $2.26, It is
ijuurnnteetl, nn.l we st.i.ul behind every one we sell.
J. D. McBRIDE, Hardware ::
(MIANUKOOK, B.C,
1 >
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¥44
PICKED  UP    ABOUT   TIIK CITY
HV ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLU.
Serge suits. $i".r>o.-c. C. S.
Suits    made    to     order,  $17.60.—
. C. S.
P, Johnson, of Moyie, came in    on
oil ay's train.
We an' agents for House ot Hoberlin -r. 0, S.
V.  S, visited  Jal-
selltng nt \om
Kimberley, was
dis
in
l)r,  Rouilwlgp,
fiev yesterday.
Kuiuittiie still
count —i'. C. S.
.1. Musscc, of
town  yesterday.
-I. A. Ooupill, ol Movie, is visiting
Cranhrook today.
If we can't lit iuu, you don't have
• pay.-C, 0. s.
Paul Handley was down Irom
Marysville yesterday,
II !■: Deattle has imported a tine
driving horse Irom UinI IVer.
Constable    I*'.  K. Morns went    to
ilgary yesterday on business.
r Shclton, of Kimberley, was registered at- the Royal yesterday.
Good bye curling, Sorry to loose
you In n way, but Rl.id to see spring.
There will he a special meeting ol
the Bakei Lumber company on Saturday,
Judge Wilson went to Fernie today
as ohairniai) ol the Mutz-C. P. R.
arbitration
•I, A. OlUespIo, managei lor P.
Burns .V Co , returned from his vacation yesterday.
S R, Oliver, nf Proctor, real es-
tute men, passed ttiiuugh I'ranhrouk
today on Ms wny to Toronto, Ont
A. Leltch went to Kernie today to
attend the sitting of the arbitration
hoard it. the matter ol A. Mutz and
the C   P. R.
wile, ot Hill
aie   in Tran-
iip
and will con-
the Kimberley
Furniture still selling .•' b
count -r. C. s.
M wo uau't nt you, vuu do
!.. pay -C. C. S.
Sweet   pickles,   Ito    jjuarl   B
Pure Food grocery.
P. It Morris, provlnc
visited Swansea on hus-i
day.
Charles <»   Hogprs, of
registered .tt th
Friday.
Thomas Poole
trict, wns in ti
i'he week.
II ll. Corbett
Wentworth hoti
Hat   this week.
Ilo nut forgot the snap on
Pantry rahinets nt Patmor
Selling at cosrt.
Wil kins baked   strawberries
fines! that money ean buy.
celved at Fink«;.
Charles Parker, Iho well known
Cherry ('reel; ranohcr, was in i ran
brook tm Mondav.
It H. Ruhart, onp ol Wardnei's
hotel men, was in Cranhrook between
trains on Fridav
We are agent;; fur House ol Hober-
lln-C. 0. S.
Fard date;;, those dark, rich, tull
flavored kind. Just H.e thing lor
stuffing     Fresh every week at Finks
Maurice Thomas, the engineer who
was injured at Let bridge some time
ago, h,i-: returned (torn a trip east.
You can get one at cost, (let
what at cost*' A Perfect Panti y
cabinet at Patmore Bros. Come early
Go to Finks for up-to-date house-
cleaning requisites Everything to
satisfy your needs, See window dis
play.
We take old    fiirnituie    for new —
c c. s.
W. A. Anstle, secretary of tho
Mountain Lumbermen's association,
of Nelson, came in irom the west on
Friday. !
French peas in glass, French assorted vegetables iu glass, French string
beans in glass ut Finks Pure Food
grocery.
The Herald ollice will be open here-
aflei dining the norm hour, 13 to I
p.m. for anyone desiring to transact
tuts i ness.
Mrs. .I, E. Palis returned Irom
a visit to coast p..mis on Saturday
last. Mr Davis wilt not return foi
a few days.
' The Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen held llieir regular meeting
on Monday. Afler the meeting a
photograph of tho members oi tne
organization was taken.
IV Daley, of Rossland, is staying in
Cranhrook to be with his brother who
is in the hospital, being treated for
the injuries he received in the St. Kugene mine.
Suits made to order, $17.50.—
C, C S.
Albert Mutz, the Bass ol Kernie,
pussttl through ou today's train en
route lo Ferine to attend the arbitration hetween the C. P. R. and himself mer the Kingsgate land.
The display ol cut (lowers mid potted plants iu Campbell .v Manning's
store is a credit tu these gentlemen.
Sweet peas on March !*th have never
been seen tu Cranbrook before.
Jus. Rroley, of Fernie, who has
hem spending the winter in eastern
Canada, was in Cranbrooh. on Mondav on his way to Skouktuncluiel;,
where hu has timber Interests.
.Suits made to order, $17.SO.—
C. C. S.
The committee of the City Council
aie meeting the Board of Trade committee this afternoon to discuss the
advisability of having an exhibit at
the Dominion Fair at Calgary next
July.
James Neil, wlio has been in business in Spokane for some time past,
has sold out and returned to Kast
Kootenay today. It is to be hoped
that Mr. Neil will locate in this
district.
We take old    furniture   ior new.—
c. c. s.
Owing to city policeman D. McLean being laid up, Constable Moore
is on duty at night, while special
Constable Dow nes is acting as prison
guard.
The Robinscn-McKenzie Lumber
company are getting along well witb
their big tie contract. It is possible that a night shift will be put on
shortly.
Miss Crandell, a niece of M B.
King, of Chipman, N, H., arrived this
week to take a position in the office
of the King Lumber Mills, as stenographer.
Mrs. Colpman and children returned
from a visit of several months to
England on Saturday. Mr. Uolpmun
came as far west as Lethbridge and
stopped there on business.
Patmore Bros   who have heen hold.
ing in  storage for the manufacturers
a    consignment    ol   Perfect   Pantry
I Cabinets, have received     instructions
oljto clean them out at cost. This is   u
at snap for those desiring such a handy
Furniture still sellin
count.—C. C. S.
D. Kennedy,
''ranbrook todar
!   W. H. 'WUion
Moyie tins week,
'    V.   H.   Bakei     u
business on Monday
'   G. B.  L,   McKen/ie, of Ma
Wiis in town on Friday.
:   Dr   Mercer was called t.. Moyie on
professional business yesterday.
•ludge Wilson returned from holding
fount y court  in Nelson yesterday.
W. II. Bradford, the Wyeliffe hotel
man. was in ('ranbrook yesterday.
John Ewen, ol Wasa. was registered at the Cosmopolitan yesterday.
Win Carlin. nl Fori Steele, was
In Cranbrook on business yesterday
Mrs McComh and daughter. of
WyclilTo were Cranbrook visitors ies-
ti-rday.
After the chlnook .,f Tuesday and
yesterday wheels are mure unriul than
runnels
Hundreds ol blue birds nude their
appearance in Cranbiook yesterday
morning.
E. C. Smith, the well known St-
Marys prairie rancher, was in town
on Friday.
J. C. (Cap) i.'arruthers. ol Nelson,
carne in on today's delayed west
bound train.
T.  A.     Maclean and
crest mines, Alberta,
brook today.
The North Star mill will start
about the first of Apr
tinup running.
C. IL    Oaskill, of
Milling A Manufacturing company
in town today.
Otis Staples, of the Staples Lumber company, Wyctifte, was iu Cranhrook on Friday.
A. Moodie, ol Calgary, president ol
the Western Racing Circuit, is at the
Hotel Cranbrook.
Frank Parks is having the front of
his store building on Armstrong
avenue re-painted.
It was pay day at the St. Kugene
mine at Moyie on Tuesday Upwards
of $.1.1,00(1 was distributed.
There is a very artistic display of
boots and shoes In the window ol
Burns Brothers store.
Clint McDonald is having the front
of his store and pool room painted,
which is a great Improvement,
Serge suits, $17.50.—C. C, S.
\. Mef.eod Curran, manager of
the North Star mine, was in Cranbrook yesterday on his way to Calgary.
The Rev, Mi [''levelling is showing
IHs friends some wuii.ierf.il ■ single
Sir Watkin dnltodils which he raised
ihis winter.
FOR SALE—Twenty ghosts Irom
50 to 100 pounds in weight Also a
few young sows iu farrow. E. C.
Smith, Wyeliffe. Sl-H
Charlie Diamond, the well known
prospector and miner, was In Cranbrook on Sundav to attend the funeral of p. O'Brien.
W. J. Atchison, who has heen con-
lined to thc hospital for the past
three months, was able to leave that
institution yesterday.
Conductor D. J. McLennan met
with an accident at, Yahk one day
last week, hy which he inst the end
of one of his Angers.
J. W. Robinson, has just imported
two stallions from the prairie. One
i.s a standard bred trotter and the
other is a thoroughbred.
Judge Wilson is holding countv
court today. Two civil cases are
being heard, Cole versus Handley and
Huchcroft versus Bohart.
J. S. Babbitt, who has been
ranching at Erickson, is in town today on his way to Edmonton to look
over that part of Alberta.
G, P. Tisdale was in Cranbrook
from his ranch on the St. Marys
prairie over Sunday. He reports
lots of snow on tbe prairie.
B. H. Short, the painter and declarator, is taking a little of his own
medicine. He is re-painting the
front of his place of business.
Mrs. V. Hyde Baker Is expected to
return home from her visit to the
coast and other points in the western
part of the province tomorrow.
The St. Patrick's Day ball to be
held in Fort. Steele should be a success, The people ol Fort Steele
lia\e always heen noted as entertainers.
A chimney sweep is in town and he
is advertising his    business on      the
street today.       It     would not hurt
some of the chimneys in town to
swept.
Harry Wright, government agent at
Nelson, spent last night In Cranbrook on his way home from Fernie,
where he has been on government
business,
Miss Nellie McKen/ie, daughter
J. S. McKcnzie, O. P. ft. agent
Trout lake, is spending a couple of piece of furniture tor the kitchen
weeks in Cranbrook, the guest of Come early and get one white thev
Mrs   Chas   Smith. last.
Serge suits, $17.60 -
l.iptuns afteint
perfection.     It  Is free from    that °'     business if   lie expected   to im-
rid taste so    noticeable i»       the l""Vl'      Naturally ito man who ha*.
ein-apiM     teas.       We have   the sole ,Hnlt "P an immense business, as Mr
agency.—Fink Mercantile Co, i"'" *ia8< Mt  reluctant about giving
tip Bin continued ill-health for-
,—d him to go to Spokane again last
g wall paper. It is Wl.-.k (ltr anolhei consultation witb
contrivance and it- hl5 physician This time the nrters
tsit to Mr. Shorts were peremptory Mr. Hill must
",(; il WnrK- ;g«'t out    of     business or take       the
chances.      That  is the reason     thin
help to S',llc Is S^ff ""• dnd   he lloP''s      tn
■-   things bandy   and" convenient f™l* "ll\ ,,IS , sUiCk totitHy or    at
the kitchen '    You ran procure H5 . ,"T, !      I?    SUCi'. ^ «ff
at he will be able to dispose of it
WANTED   Tu  ,'n:n.,.i-vrn, i....CiS? 8*    d«irin.K ," «*er ^"
it   li    Short ha
bine fnr tlllliin
i in,.si ingenioi
s well worth i
e.t.ihlislimeiii t
Foi the Lad;
Perfect Pantry
of the House, get
\ibinet and
era I
to
that
; '*""""* "'"*■ to sou	
JO PURCHASIJ-Tract business here in Cranbrook   Ue   bas
ui able for fn.it growing and turned the    whole business over
farming.      State    terms, Uwls Bros. &    Co   without Srtric-
ion.        Address     Herald MHrite order given, and   thai WrtS- "Dispose
&l-« ,oi the    stock   at any price."       The
\ very pleasant time was spent at Herald regrets that Mr. Hill is com-
the dance on Tuesday evening at   tbe Pe'It-'d to get out of business here   tn
new opera house,    there were about Cranbrook.     He is a pioneer    iner-
UO couples present and as usual   the chant ol this town   and for the past
Uc Henry orchestra were in charge ol ten years has been engaged in business
'In- music. .here, and by his, ability built up one
i, .    . -7.   ..,„     . ... .    . .'of the best retail business' tn Western
Robert S. Day, of Victoria, general Canada.       Tbe   Herald   tindeistands
agent oi the Guardian Insurance com- that Mr, Hll| wjU go wjth h„ f.     •
pany for British Columbia, was    m to the south and by .change o .2
Craubrook on Monday conferring wrtb hl,pes lo rM0V„ h\- ^ fo     ,    *™
nil.'* Pliff*     0t th* C°mPWK'\«***» J«     this he will return    ?!
Ueale i Klwell, Cranbrook, as be prefeis to live berg
J. II    Puff, general agent of      tbe;an,i do business here rather tha;, any
Sun Life     Insurance    company,   of!other place tbat he knows
Canada, was looking, for business   la!  f	
iranbrfjok on Friday.   Mr. Poff  bas
i.een coming to Cranbrook tot   many { Bll RACE MEETING
years and has many Iriends here.       j ,	
Clint   McDonald has installed    an CRANBROOK      WILL    HAVE     A
electric piano in his pool room.     At GRF.VT EVENT
present this can only be run in    the ' " ^_J
K the .Han,, ca,. be workcS at   all *•***- &*ffcSJ»«-*3
,    .,   u    , u l     *   jTuesd»»,   Ma.    lstl. niA l.th.  Mi.
... II .Maish, who WM the first A .„.„,<,«, ol Calairy, ptes.ilent ol
mitnaset ol thj- Imiwrlal Uank here, ,,ie ffest<ni ,Ul, • 0'|^J|,t was pI^
wnl who has heen manarar ot thai „,,„ a3 wr„ M ,.: „ Snil„ ,„
luniks branch at lohalt, Ontario, ,-.,.■• K K H.att,,.. |- .MatLwon, ...
since il ..as opened, has been trans- ,. •.*,„■, .,_„„,. R.., v* v Kollln
nn.l as manater to Sault Ste. w A ,:„|,„,v ,..„„ Handley and l-.
•"""-■i U-U* i.M   Huberts     Mr. Moodie assured tbe
.VANTE1) AT ONCE—An agent t.. meeting thai there would be no .Uc*
represent .lie North American Ac- ot entries and that .here would u- all
culniii Insurance compaity ... , ran- ktn.is o( ho.ses lot t...tli the running
lirook and Immediate vicinity Kx-'ar.d tu.tt.r.g events,
ccllent opportunity (or live nun Ap-; It was de.td*-,! to hang up 12-100. in
1*1 •*, io head oll'u-e (or Western Can- prizes an.t the pt-ogratntne was ar*
ml.,, *".lu Mclnty.c lllock, ft.un.peg, .-r.ged as lollows:
Man 51.t* Kll.sr n.W
A  iiuiiilii't  ol Improvements    have - '" fiCr "' '■'- trot      1350
been added In the despatcher's omce - M P*'**'' ot  2-. ■ not   -J50
..I the station.     A new sw.tchboa.d 1   mile   'last, lor   horses    three
nn.l the remodeling ..I     the interior:   years old or over   200
Ims tnliled much in the comlort      ol I milt'   -lash    lor   horses   three
tlio si.-ill ami to thc speed at   which'   years old and over   200
work can be accomplished. ll mile   dash   Ior    horses   three
vears olit and over         150
 T  I   ' SECOND DAY
Free for all trot or pace  1100
1 1-16 mile dash tor horses three
years old or over     250
j  mile    dash   tor    horses    three
years old or over     250
5j furlongs dash foi ho.ses three
years old or over     ■ 150
Hill A Co. have turned oyer their
-mile stock to Lewis Bros. A Co.,
of Toronto, Ont . for the purpose ol
disposing ot lhe same dtirtti^ the neit
fifteen days.    The sale will open neit
Saturday ...   It a.m. and today    and 1 nnie n.-vcity race   200
 row .ho store is closed lot the    There    i>     r.o   doubt but that the
purpose ol giving those in charge an spring race meeting will be largely
opportunity to place the low prices attended hy horsemen Irom all over
..ti eery-thing in stock This move the Northwest, as t-he Cranbrook
hns been made nece-ssarv on the part meeting is the f.rst one ot the season
ol Mr. Hill, owing to'h.s continued and with Mr. Moddle's assurance ot
ill-health Some two months ago plenty oi hotse flesh tor all the
Sir Hill went* to Spokane ior the .aces two goal nays tac.ng will sure-
purpose ot   consulting    a spec-ahvt, ly be the result.
************
EDISON THEATRE
NEW
Formerly Wentworth Hill
[Where It's Worth While
To Qo
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*********************************************
Genuine Comfort
Tl.nt ia .Im Hxpreaeiou until by a
I'litiluint-r ul ui.™ wlio ia wearittK a pair of
...ir WATERPROOF 80L.E BOOTS
THKRE IS Nl l HETTER BOOT MADE.
...uiil.ty is remembera! long utter price in
forgotten.   Our boota an. quality boots.
MAOPHERSON'H    ANTI-WET
BOOTS POR MEN    10.60
MACPHERSON'S    ANTI-WET
BOOTS POR  WOMEN    15.00
HALL'S BROCKVILLE OLOVES
resist beat, steam, and bard wear. When
dirty oan be washed wilh soap and water
nnd will dry soft. The ideal railroader's
fflove.   Prices  »1.00 to $8.50
= G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
BOOTS, SHOES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CR00KERY,
CRANBROOK
CUT OI.A8S
B.C.
Pleasing the Palate
The diversity of taste demands a rariety
uf product! and competition insure*
quality.
Realising thnt tea tippler* like achwge
ol blend -occasionally, we keep in stock Mine
of the besl packet tea* to be had: LIPTON'S, TETLEY'S, SALADA, O.T. R.,
and others. Now we add to our list
three new but reliable blends, packed by
THE R1DGWAV COMPANY, Limited,
of London, Englat.il.
BIDQWAY'S "OLD COUNTRY"
BLEND, perl),        *■>
RIDOWAY'S ' FIVE O'CLOCK "
BLEND, per B.       **c
••mS MAJESTY'S" BLEND,
per ft     »!■•»
****** ************ *****
'. THK   CltANKOOK    IH-_liAI.il
| riADAMG   LAL0N0E
♦ High-Class dressmaking
• rnllor-mnJa Costumos.   l-'ancy
♦ Waists.   Anything In
* Chllilran'a Wear,
X C. I'. It. HOUSE (UpaUlirs
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■^J^-*«»aN»^rJ>*-M»JMM»»J»*^»J»>^^^»>^M^^^«-^BMN»«W^t*.^^<MN^«>< I
■llll   News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned Irom Newspapers
ataNKffe
•Xai'ikS-.
fV-T, .i-R*.
CRANBROOK SASH AND
DOOR COMPANY
MmmEiittturorB and Dealers
in
'SASHES, HOURS ANU All.
KINDS ()l; Kllllllll AMI
DRRSSGD LUMBER
Dutnil Work n Specially
MOYIE -»
♦
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(frein lb, Hoylt Leader.)
.lohn II. Murphy, general counsel
in the Western Feneration nl Miners,
and also general counsel tor llie
Brotherhood ,,( Locomotive Firemen,
tiled
Denver
i-ollslltn|]li.
Colorado,
II.   his  ll.
Tues
nelil
When You
Come to the Metro-
p,>lis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Kockendor.
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
tation
$1.00    PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
.lusl as we ro to press Malinger
Mai'lciiv. .»i the Cambrian mine, I11-
i..iiiih the Lea-der thai In- hns struck
hrdroek with lhc shnlt which lie is
sinking. The shntl is (ll) leet, and is
in (111 [pel id water and Mi leel nl alluvial deposit. Mr. MacKny is to he
eniigrnlulatni lor his cmorffy ami pcr-
severniieo in carrying this prnjccl to
.1 siH'cpssful ennclusion.
o.
Kii 111111   ami      wift-   we
i.k Wednesday.
i;..l. Ufllenry,   VV. 0. Sway no,
I'inulst Drummer
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
PIANO AMI  I.III'MS
lli.-li iif- Iiui,*.- M lisle
Always ll|..ln.ilnle
Open in um ..I lown Kngngc-
I'lltS.
CMNMUHItl. H. C.
I   P. o. llns r,ia
AkYTl TIE & PARKER
Provincial Land Surveyors
R.II.W.V   .Nl.   Mil.Nil   KN.HNRK.HNIi
OFFICKi-    VI    Kill!'!'   STI'l'.l.i:   AMi
citAXiiiio.il*:
' K. Minnies iFurnlsi.etl
I'm. Steele I' 0  Hox 216.
Caubmnl. I' i> I'.... II.
Telephone 171.
(ieo. <l I.eask & Co
I1UII.DERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work In uur advertiHeineiit, lint we
put lliiaa.l in tlm Herald In
etnpliUHlze it.
C WANIiROOk, H. C.
Neai (..mm Arniatrong Avenue
TKLKI'IIONK III
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANV
One Way
Colonist Rates to Alberta
and British Columbia
I K...M
Toronlo  I'.i,mid,rd, .luclph.
...ill. London n I li.i 1.1
Kingston     d.-i...in
Ottawu #51.10
Do., via Chicago..:     X.VJ. 1-5
Montreal IAS.TO
Onehet idli.OO
St. .Mi'ii-rtoncton       i-tlill.ll.5
Halifax .*<I3.45
Tickets on Sale  Peb.   jo.I. to
;        April -.--th, iqoK
Cnne-I Imelv    low    rale. Ir	
inO.rnn-.liui.* points.
Fm* tililhei fiilifiihu. ..ill nu or
write,
C. k. M.i'iiiikM.N        j. Mnn,
91'fA.. .     |i. I-..t,   .
flNN'IPna,JI..N.        NBLION, o ri.
Tl.e miners
rt-gulnr s.-tiii-n
M. A. Heale
Cranlirook, w<
day evening.
Ill*-*,  llreta
litis vis.liilg i
iiiiiiii .
iiiuiii
iiii S.  II
• in  lo.vi
lloskins, ol
'I'tt-i'soti. nl
Movie Iho
nl.I....I,.
... Hi.
Mis.   Anvoi.il can
'fiiilii'.,..!,  Ii,f|iilal
Sirs. A. .1. Flood
nv flout Cranhrook
.iln* hospital f.
e Iiiiiiii. I
Mondav.
when* she    Mil
sen*
. T.ivliu*     ivns ciille.1 lo Ferule
il'sl   of the week  lo see llis lillle
who met will, a liml accident hy
ig on uu axe. Tlie hoy is with
nolliel', who is visiting .villi hei
ils. Mr. nnil Mrs   l.uilli*..
iiiildiell i.s home fiotn hi
coast, lie took in Van*
a, Seattle nml Spokl	
Irl|i
iitvetf
Willi,
l'l
Fdwuril Isliiiul is
M'tileil in Moyie. There i
he 71! persons here from "
of llie ...ill."
well
re sai
I'll.. .1
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J •»
* FERNIE ♦
•»•»♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
(From tl.e Fernie Free I'ress.)
A dozen Cranhrook curlers journeyed ... Feruie on Monday afternoon io
,,1.,v ,i friendly gaiiie Villi the local
tu.-n. Three complete games weie
played Cranlirool; in encu.ense currying oil tl.e honors. The scores slnm.
us follows:
skip ,Ski|i
IVilson. II l.liinilell, ll
UC owan. II Grant, s
.Mii'dl'iiin, III Lyons, :.
Time other games wen* cummcnceil
I... t not completed. The visitors
wen* ..inel. impressed l.y the sic* and
substantial nature of The new rink,
iiuil ,'\'i)i,'.sseil their -iilmiiiitioii ,,[ the
icliire iu     verv  llnttcring ii-rius
Tin- players got    "hack to
on Tuesday morning.
1'r.inl..
;.'.   ... Dighy    was
liti.ok un Mondav.
down lo c.an
il. Hale made
.1. on Monday.
trip ...
'I'he Enfant son ol Mr. ami Mis. I..
I*. Kckstcin stepped on a lu.I poker
mi Tuesday morning anil narrow!)
escaped serious injury. As it. is the
little chap will have'a very son- toot
for a few days.
l.ati McN'eisl. went down ...
..... las. nigh, to get boiled i
e s|iiiugs. Mr. MrSeish hns
-.i,l,l,-*.  with rheumatism tor
iii.iii
hi	
some
♦ ELKO AND TOBAC ;j
l     co plains      ;;
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
'.   (From our own correspondent)
drovi
and
Mmrow, of Baynes Lake,
iii.iii Cranlirook Sunday
down to the lake with
Mis.   Griffin and Mr. Mor-
Mi. Wat sull, the Calgary candy
man, rami- in frnm lhe west Sunday
evening and was busier than twenty
hens scratching gravel Monday morning tniTyliig the merchants,
Cleorgo Prentice, id the Waldorf
lintel sl.nl,  Ferule, was an Klko vis
itor this week
uoiiM   s
help a
down hi
George is an
Nest*,   construction man
1 lhc shirt oft liis back
intrude iu distress and
life for vou after.
Mr. Keynold:
Say, did yo
then vou WIT
i,  o|    lhe ("{randy com-
I'.lko Sunday   evening
me very elastic rubber
wall (lowers,
ever want the    m
a  little kid?
Kvery dav hist week some traveler
woulil get oil al Klko and try to sell
the merchants tho best rubbers ina-.li-
In ilie worlll ami Quebec. Now, if
Ihese men read tin- Cranbrook Herald
lliey would know Thai Klijah's grand-
moi tier closed everv camp aud saw
null down November 1st, IH07, and
an- still closed and that the rubber
bought March, 11107, air still on
hand. Its like    sprinkling a negro
wit Il holy water in urdrr to make
him wliile trying to sel' rubbers this
season. They might just as well
iry I., sell n mermaid a pair -»f
shuts, Imt still Ihey come and may
thi- day novel' come when they haven't!
some rubbers to rubber around with
Melhuscium lived over HOO years hut
he never     was known lo wear    rnb-
s.iiin- peoples'   troubles   art1 enough
.1 make otlier people laugh.
Tit.
< o|.| snap that c
tst of March still 	
u and it certainly put
u ami it certainly put
Norman  Wilson   was
i.r this week.
T. Letcher ami Mi
'I'rn.r, came down t.
i  look  over     some
>te about the
lines to hang
crimp in oho
crimp in the
Ferule visi-
Lcfcher intends putting
i n'djoining tho town.
IlllCSton and  f.imitv
(loin Okotoks,
Kdmonils. ..I
Klko this week
Improvements
Hunter, ol the
liy, was iu Klko
•ek.
"Fyke,': tin- Vancouver rubber mnn,
w.is in Klko, Waldo, Krag, Haynes
Lake and  Klkmouth this  week    with
ililu't boots an.l dolls.
(.oiiiluetur        Joseph Jackson
passed         through        this town
llie other day' with a smile on Ins
fare like a city alderman.
Miss F. L. Hoo, is visiting her
father and sister in Klko. She is
of the most daring equestriennes
on Tobacco Plains and ran tun. .,
Horse on n silver dollar.
.->-* y/iuiig lady in Klko Inst week
tfiii-.'nsrtually seen trying to wash
»9..*trqp a Japanese paper In-blr nap-
inn.*
J. Hates, ol lhe Ames Hidden Co.
was     in    Klko- Satiinlav     bedw-een
In live, years. Irom now Tobacco
Plains will- he thc greatest frutit district in South Kast Kootenay     and
♦ CRESTON
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦"♦
(From our own correspondent.)
Tiie annual meeting ol the Ladies
Aid society of the Methodist ehureh
was held on Thursday, the 5th inst,
at th«- home of Mrs. 0. II. Dickson,
A full attendance was recorded and
officers were elected lor tlie coming
year. Mrs. Scott was appointed
president; Mrs. W. A. Millar as vice-
president; Mrs. Kdnmndsou as secre-
lary and Miss Cartwright as treasurer. Tlie stHMcty has more than
doiihli-,1 ils membership during the
past year and tiie retiring officer:
were given a hearty vote of thanks
for the efficient work they had r
doled.
Tin' lioildinji ol Heel A- Sons new
warehouse is rapidly progressing,
When completed Ihis will be use*! for
wholesale hay and grain. They also
contemplate currying a. stock of implements.
Word lias been received here that
Mr. Charles llu.srroft is very low
with typhoid fever in New Denver.
John llusi'ioft has gone to him. The
last word from there reports slight
improvement. He will be brought
home as soon ar he is able to travel
The new arrangement of the telephone proves a great boon to those
who need to use their phones. Nelson
Drown has charge ol the telephone
and post office and although lhe
work is heavy at times, he is pleasing the public by his cheerful attention to duty.
A social evening in aid of the
Roman Catholic church, was given at
the home ot Mr. J. J. Grady on the
3rd insl. The evening was a linati-
clnl success and those present report
an enjoyable evening.
Mrs. I.. Kearny has been very ill
during the past, wee*, but is now recovering.
Mr. Hyde, of the Creston Lumber
company, has gone to Winnipeg on
business. Mrs. Hyde; who has been
visiting in Manitoba the past few
months,  will return with him.
Miss S. Hatl ray, who has been residing hero and iu coast cities for
ihe pasl four mouths, left Ihis week
tor her home in Toronto, Ont. The
many friends she has made here were
exlrcmcly sorry  to see ber leave.
The Creston Lumber company commenced their spring sawing Inst
week.
Tin- (Irnnd Trunk tie
(■pt busy along the Hue,
jpcctfl
owing to
WARDNER
(Frotu our uwu coitespoiidcut)
P.   Lund is
week.
in  the sit-k list
Hobeit peinpsey arrived from thc
east a few days ago, where lie has
been spending a couple ol monllis
visiiing his parents.
A.  Norris
business one
day h
i L'ranbro
st week,
James McLaren and Herb Keil ai
lived hack mi Sunday niter paying a
visil io (heir homes in tlie easi. (Had
io got haeli to Wardner.
Clou ier Jones, who has been ensl
lor a week or more in the Interests
ol the Crows Nest Pass Lumber
company, arrived iu town a few days
ago and is spending a few days with
liis family belore returning cast
again.
Divine service was held by Rev,
Winters in tlie Wardnei school house
al 7..'Hi p.m. on Ash Wednesday.
Miss Muriel Sheppard relumed from
Cranbrook on Saturday evening   lasl
niter visiting friends for a lew  di
Mrs. V
home i
morning
with her
F. Tale returned to h
i Cranlirook ou Salurd.
liter spending a few unys
friend Mrs. P. Luml.
Miss Rowland and Miss Willson, ol
Cnu11.rook, accompanied hy  \uss
lis, of  Vancouver,  visited friends
town litis week.
Last Sunday being Ihe lirst Sunday
iu Lent, the Sacrament ol the Lord's
Supper was administered at iu
o'clock in the school house by Hov
Winters.
A very pretty Imt quirt wedding
was solemnized at the home oi Miami Mrs. (Mi.. Wisner mi the evening
of March 5th al 5 o'clock, when Miss
Jane Louise Burn, of Kssex, Kugland,
and Mr. A. Norris, ol Wardner, wen
united iu the holy bonds ot in.uri
moil) by Rev. Winters of Fort Steele
Precisely at ihe hour mentioned tin
bride entered the parlor accompanied
hy her friend, Miss Hiixtun, o
Staffordshire, Kugland, while Mr
Norris was supported by Mr. Fred
Burgess, of the Crows a est Pi
Lumber company's office staff. \
bride was very becomingly attired
a gown of plum colored henrietta
wilh cream trimmings. Immediately
after the ceremony tue companj stu
down lo a sumptuous wciouiig supper.
As        soon        as supper        was
over the bride and groom
left for their own Utile cottage
a few blocks distant, ami which An.
Norris had already very comfortably
furnished. Here they were joined by
a host of their youtfg friends who
tendered Mr. and Mrs. Norris n
royal reception. supper was again
served and numerous toasts given foi
tioih l.iide and bride-groom, v
quite a lulu hour the company dis
perscd for their several homes afler
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Norris many
long years of happy wedded life.
Norris has been cook ut the c<
pauy's boarding house for the pasl
few mouths and is well anu favoiahly
Known here. The Wardner readers ol
Mie Herald join in wishing boi.i bride
aim groom every possible prosperity
and happiness.
Miss lliuiou left for Cranlirook
ou Monday last where she has secured
a good situation.
Mr. and Mrs. George Custer arrived home a few days ago after spend;
iug abouti three months with IrioinH
in Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash
Mr. It. K. Markle aud Fred Ulirgcss
went to Fernie on Monday evening
last to see tlie hockey mutch between Nelson and Fernie.
Mr. ami Mrs. A. Gorris spent   last
I HOSPITALS FAILED
J.iiues Heard, ot Morton Park,
Out., says "Wliile employed at the
Specialty Works of Newmarket i! or
7 years ago, | bruised my ankle, but
through noglect ihis bruise turned io
au ulcerated or burning sore which
caused me a greal deal ot suffering.
1 Iricil a great number of doctors,
.md was iu the hospital tour times.
1 tried almost everything, but nothing did me any good. I could not
sleep at night with the scalding ami
burning pain, but from the lirst application of y.ain-Huk I never lost any
sleep, and felt, nothing more of it
lhan II I Imdu't hud any sore at, all.
It started healing aud gave me no
further trouble. Shortly alter this
as I wiis gelling on a street ear, my
loot slipped ami 1 came with all mv
might   down  the edge of lhe step and
gave my foot a terrible mangling up.
this nude i| far Worse than ever, Iml
I started again wilh '/ntu-Huk, and it-
did ihe snliic work over again as il
did iil liisl and my ankle is sound
.md well as ever il    was.     I cnniiol
speak   highly oi /.um Rule."
/..un link euies nils, burns, chapped
hands, chafing .-old sores, itch, chilblains, eivemu, running soles. sore
throat, bud chest,   ringworm,     plica
(hiilld oi   bleeding), had legs,  llillilim.il
patches, iheuiiiiitisiu, neuralgia, sciatica, nhsi-esses and all diseased, in
i it led ami irritated conditions ol the
skin. Oblaitiahle of all druggists
and stores, .'uie. ot postpaid upun re
cefpl ol priee from Zam -link Co., Tu
t.uil...
"THK   uKCimtH    OF     TIIK  KM
P1RK."
Iu Ins budget speech Hon. Captain
Tatlow coined a phrase which is destined lo "slick." Alluding to the
future ahead nf Hritish Columbia as
it iiuit-proilueiiig country, the llnntico
minister remarked that he anticipated ihal ultimately the province would
he known as "The Orchard of the
Kinpire." We observe thai lliis happily chosen appellation has attracted
the attention id a number of newspapers nu the mainland which have
reproduced tho speech, and' all pay
due attention to it in writing headlines. And ihe best of it is thnt
there are excellent reasons for supposing ihat the day is nob tar distant when the phrase will apply in
strict truthfulness.
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ii i ilinitiMit
Our Suits
*V much— for it is hard
to sav just what yuu wish to
pay, And these Suits serve
to illustrate our ability and
uur values, Li t us show you
the different models for
spring note the prices on
the labels—and yuu will
readily recognize why Fit-
Keionii garments set the
standai il lur \alue-giving
in Canada.
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W'lHlrwfij
Mondav
iu .Cranhrook
'tr-
oii  business.
large number of ties being taken 01
by  local contractors.
The Vule Columbia camp has cln
e,l down .nul consequently then* ni
quite :i number of idle men i
I own.
It  is reported that a
lie   creeled     hack   ol
property.
tie mill will
the T. I.eask
Mrs. P. D. Hope has returned from
her visit to Cranhrook aud Marysville.
A
lame
51 h.
daughter     was   horn tn   Mrs.
; Compton on Thursday, March
II.
Dickson     has   commenced
his new    house opposite
James Stocks.     The residence    will
ie a handsome nne when completed.
(leorge Luurie, one of Creston's
n ter prising lumbermen, was in t-ran-
brnok this week (we think.)
TO BR NT
Perry Creek hotel aud ranch.   For
particulars aPP1? *° Herald office.
;Wrtf.
FOHKST PROTECTION
Commenting ou the address delivered by Dr. Fernow, dean nf the faculty uf forestry iu the University i.f
Toronto, before the Canadian club,
the Toronto Globe remarks:
Dr. Fernow's address yesterday Li
the Canadian club on "The Fores)
Policy loi Canada" sounded a note of
warning which the people of Canada
will ignore at their peril. '"In less
time lhan it takes to grow a sawing," he Siiid, "Cuiiada is destined to
have a population ten times as greal
is that at present"; add this is a
moderate forecast. "The' United
States has not a supply ot timber for
thirty years, ami the present sawmill
capacity of that country could exhaust the Canadian forests in fifteen
years," was another uf his warning
remarks, The consumption nt limber is rapidly increasing, while the,
supply lucre-apes very slowly; us!
prices must therefore, run higher and
higher, "Canada has in Ils timher|
wealth .in asset which will be worlh
very much more, it husbanded mul
left fur lu tore use, than if the money
derived from its present sale were
invest isl at compound interest for
the same length of time."
It is interesting, In connection
with Dr. Fernow's address, to note
the fuel that Canadian paper made
from pulp is ol so good ai quality
that it is more than holding it
BURNS    BROS.
Craiilm.ok, R. C.
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t Railway Equipment
i ♦   New anil Relaying l-'t.ils, Slmy (leureil locomotives,
Iteislcr (lenred Locomotives
"PKCK" I.S Till! MOVI-;
l'iu.iiTi: Ttui! eminent
mul put-! printer, .1. Oecli
wlm is known in everj
per i.llii*!' from Onlgnry t,> tin
coasi, niter spcn.li.ig some months in
Greenwood, lelt lust week lor Oro
villi-, Keremeos, lli-illev and Prinee
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Phoenix
philosopher
Mitt-Swain,
ln-\vs|iii
Health
and
Energy
ior you are to U lumtJ in a botllr
oi Bovril.
"Bovril" contains all tl.at isgood
in beei. It not only feeds you but
il enables you to get the lull value
out ol yuur ordinary diet.
So'd by your l.)....»i»i-,s and
Grocers in bottles containing I of
2 ozs., -I ozs., and 16 02s.
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WOHK
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I ogjiog Cars ..nil Trucks. Sawmill Machinery,
Safes ami Vault Hours
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Just i* iml a'OAR of PABST BOTTI.BD BBER
Tl..- I.RliK of QUALITY,
cA L. McDERMOT
m Wholesale Wines, Liquors ...ul Cigars
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Also uli  kinds ul
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SYNOPSIS I.K OANAUIAN  llUUIri-
STl.A.I mallll.A'.iONS.
..uy rfVtt.l.tldu ll.ituiiiion Lands
muni. Uw Kailway Hell, in tlnu>li
luluuih.a, may be buuiei.leai.eU It,
any person win- is Uie sole bead ol a
l.tiiuly, ur any lualu over IH years ot
age, lo lite extent o. uiie-i'ua.tei
seeliun ul lull aeres, mure ur .ess.
Knlry must be made personally at
the local laud ull.eu for the d.slriet
lu Which llie laud Is situate.
Tin- luiini-steude. is re^.i.ed lu perform lhe conditions connected ll.e.*.
will. o..0,-i une uf Uie lolluwtnn
plans:
tl) At least six ltlunllis' residence
upuu uud cultivation ul the land iu
,-acli year fur lh.ee years.
i'i) 1. the lather (or mother, .1
U.e lather is deceased), ul U.e tlunut*
steader resides upou a tar... lu Uie
vicinity ul the laud eulu.eil lor, the
tt-i|ui.e>ucuU us to res.deuce may lie
satislied by such pe.suu residing witb
the lallie. ur mullicr.
l'l)   II tl.e    settler has I.is porinii*
uent   resideuce   upuu     [arming .anu
owned hy him in the vicinity ol 1.1s
homestead, the ivtiuire.uei.ti.   uu    tv
twa
in lhe Australian market, as compared wilh paper ol the same class mudelresldeuci    may be"satislied liy
in the   t'nitod   States.      While this deuce upou tbe said laud.
anni.ii.ii-iiiiint Is grutilyiug, it is also|   Six mouths'    nolice    iu    writing
ol    the  nature ol   .1 warning.    The should he gin*., to tbe Coiuiuissionei
keener the demand lor Canadian papeii
the more rapidly will our host pulp-
wood he consumed and 1hc sooner
will tin' supply be exhausted.
KSTItAY NOTICE
Taken up; One r«l and white   hull
call.       Owner ran have same      Im
proving property ami paying charges.
R. H. Bohart,
50-91 Wardner, B. C. Deputy ol tlw Minister ot tkt firtirlor
ol Uominiuu Lands at Ottawa ol Intention to apply lor patent.
Coal lauds may be purchased at
111) per acre lor suit coal and IUU
tor anthracite. Not more than 3.0
acres can be acquired by one Individual ur company. Royalty at ill*
rate of ten cents per ton ot 2,000
pounds shall Iw collected on Uie
grown output.
W. W. COBY,
m     WALL
PAPER
New li-.ii..;ns. Colorings, l..o
B.   H.  SHORT
Hi.* 1't.liik-rs and ..etorettiri,
Wi* i*!ii|ilii.v lii'sli-lt.BB p.lntera
..ml |i.*i|ii*t* Imn*-,*!*,.
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fry  ii   Cue  0.
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  Dozen   (Mills   $2.50
K |inil tu (Jiiiiiiu-iti',   Tho In I.", 1  licviTiioi- mi iln* market
lur t'niiiily an.l Lithlii iiso,    IliipurlH \ \\\*-r ninl
lM-:illli,-ainl luiii'tt up tho In nly Ki'inntlly
JAMES KERRIGAN
llri.wi.r, Om11bn.uk,  It. I'
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A. C.   Bowness
Wliiili-ii-ili. Il.-ul.-r in
Wines.  Liquors and Cigars   I:
LVVe maku a specialty of giving prompt     ;;
attention to Mail Orders
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I 50CIB1V ANO I
i        PROFESSIONAL CAROS I
OTTAWA.
Mu.phy A Kinder,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    ami
I'atent ..ll.ce Age.it>.
Practice Belore Kailway Commission
Charles Mu.phy. Harold Kisher.
CrESORNT I.0.1GR No, 311
KNKHITS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, ll. C.
Meet! every Tuesday at I. p   .... al
New fraternity Hall.
.1. It. llrnder.su*, K, ol ... & B.
IV. A. .lollies, 0, 0.
VUltleg  hrsthres  cordially Uf.tr*.
tu attend.
1.0.01.     tie) City ..nil.
No. -It. Heeli •>.. y
llu.11.ay     eight     a.
New     Kralernlly    Hull.      Sojourn-
li.g Oddlellowt eurd.ally Invited
*'.   I'.'.  IL.ll.es, Wl...  ...nils,
N. U. Sec'y.
I r.nhi.1,,1 I we,., Nu. Jl
«. I1, t 4, at.
.1.   W.   RUTLEDGE
VETFRINARV SUROKON
Graduate ol Oittnrio Veterinary
College, Toronto, in I8..S.
Graduate nn.l Medallist ..(
McKllllp's Veterinary College,
Chicago, in 1000.
Nine    years'*   experience    in
Veterinary practice in illniii.nlin.
...Ike a. Ciaabroek Hole..
New and Up-to Dale
Dressmaking
Parlors
Over tbe  Frost  Investment
(.Va Ofltco
MRS. Mill HIT & MISS CI.INI!
OLD COUNTRY NEWS I
INTERESTING ITEMS
All but one ,if the adult member,
ol the choir ol the parish church at
Dilverton, Somerset, have gone out
uu strike because the vicar Wanted t..
inuoduee sntiphonic singing.
tin-chain, along  with a small balance 1 THE HOCKEY
ln hand towards the erection ol     a!
motor-house. !
I
Air. Charles    Erohn.an ha
the
ItcRula. meetings ok
the U,..d Ihuridey
u. tvtiy u.oete.
Vl.ttlng trttl en welcomed.
S, II. Huskies, IV. M.
E. \V. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet eve.y   Friday     evening at I
p.m., in Ed i sun Then t.o,
Thos. Cole, W. I'.
Chas. Smith,  Secretary,
Visiting brethren coidlally luv.te.l
LOYAL ORAN.IB LODGE, NO   1871
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ul L. K. Hall 2ud  aud
ith Saturday each wuiilh.
Visiiing b.e.hree always wetcuuie
.1. E. Larrigan, VV. M.
.lull.. McLaughlun,  ltec.  Sec.
VV. P. (KJRI).
Barrister, Solicitor, Elc.
rHANUHOOK.HKITI.SII  COLIJMBI.
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Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   j
Public, Elc. I
Cranbrook,    •    •    II. C.   j
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DRS. KINU & OkHI-N,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OS.ee at Residence, Arnntrong Ave.
OFFICE HOOKS :
Forenoons - — 8.00 to 10.00
Afternoons - - - 3.011 to   1.00
Evenings .... 7.3.1 to   8.30
Sundays - • • • 11 30 to   4.30
CHANBHOOK :i    :.    i;    ll     U. 0.
DR. P. E. KINO
OliNI-SI
OFFICE   HOUHS
0 to 13 a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 to  8 p.m.
Office and n-slili-nre on Armstrong nve
CRANBROOK       -       -       •    B.O,
OH. I. It. Mil.IIS
DBN1151
OFFICE   HOURS:
0 to 11 « in.
1 io o p.m.
J to   8 p.m
Office In new Held l.l.i-k
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CIV...   IN.IINI IKS  INI.   DOMINION
AN.. 8 C. OM. Slut. I Vl.KS
t T»i°i»S"i«' Cranhrook. ll.C.
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New an.l Si-i'.iii.l linn.I Canadian or American inukei ttlwuya
on tiamt.
References in Orai.liroo. Fink
.\.e.,*.i.,.i.e .'.... V. Hf I- linker,
W, II. Wil*.**,, uu.i Mold's Dry
.ion..n Stoie.   Address
P.   H.   JOHNSON
.' i. Box .00.       Calgary, Alia.
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THR HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
If.i.it.iH a ill, Hatha,   i'h.i ne in
every room
llnrtii-t* simp uu ihe promises,
Thoroughly up-to-date.
Rates, $2 (Ml a day and up.
GEO. P.   WELLS, i'ropiietor
H.  TO.MKIN, Manager
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I Old Curiosity jj
Shop
JI.SBMI ... .1.1 IAN, Pruprlr.or
Doalor in
All Classes of Secondhand (ioods
BUYER OP   PURS
Furniture of All Kinds, liolli
New uu.i .-...'oliil-liutiil
Sage's Old Stand. Hanson Avenue
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.V. H. ll-*i»tly.  Funul-Al ll.rert.ir
M„..r,mh ... I*. |-h„n. No.
.IOR MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing n Specialty
Aiken a Block, Cranhrook
—.ngaged
company ol Irish players, formerly oi tlie Irish National Theatrical
society, Dublin, to produce their irisii
peasant plays in New Vork.
In a return p repared by Uie tier-
mondsoy borough counc.1 it is staled
that house rents have recently fallen
hy as much as ii) pet cent,, owing
tu the number ot empty houses iu the
borough.
"Thy hells aie uot to he rung ior
any but ptupei aiol respectable ruai
rlages, contracted accortlng tu God'a
laws," is thu new rule added tu the
ai   iMiit-i parish
orders for   ringera
church, iiiiihiu
' Every  knock   is a boost."'
1 am boosting
Cigars,
Cigarettes, Pipes,
and Smokers'
Sundries
Clint. McDonald
MASONIC HI Oil, CRINBROOk
*.... *^***.**. i.e. iWm**A*t*m
CLINKS POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in ils comlnrl
able and attractive new quarters in (I.e. Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is in .t up to*
date and is niodrmly rquipprd
to du just tl.e besl work in all
branches ul the tumorul art.
DON'T READ THIS
Tlie Frenel. Iliy Cleaning process
enables us to el.-an mens pants, suits
and neckties, ladles stilts and skirts
In such a wav that lliey positively
look u good u new,
We are experienced dyers and cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
■end anything down eaat pr up west.
IUST KODTENAY
DYE HOUSE
°££i£_LJ. LEASK,   Tailor
Drink Home Beei
It Is Pure
It la healthy
It Is the Beat
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
lmve. lightship .us iii-eu removed
(or repairs, Tho admlialty dredge.
.St. Uav.u was leaving tne barbel
with two barges when tbey were
caught by tl.e strong tide and stluek
the lightship, which was c_.ll)
damaged,
Owing to the severe epidemic ol
enteric level ... the best les.del.tul
iiuartei ol tllusgow, every available
uu.se tins been requisitioned, aud it
was lound necessary to import Iron.
Edinburgh an additional It... nurses
The Paris Temps say it learns
Irom a very well-informed source thai
the Emperor Uouelik signed on the
mih nil. the agreemeut lor transit-,
ring the lailway concession granted
to the new lithiopian Railways company.
Dm ing then campaign iu Worcester
suffragists chalked on the pavement:
"ll is not good ior mau to he alone-
votes tor women," anl. "What is Worcester sauce tor tl.e Worci-ster gander
is Worcester saute for the Worcester
goose—votes lor women I "
Excitement was caused in Huntingdon recently hy the F.lzw.lliu.n
hounds thasing a (ox into the bean
ol the town. Reynard was lost in a
doctor's garden, uud was afterwards
discovered concealed iu a cotton outhouse and captured.
Messrs, Benrdmore, ol Olusgow,
lune secured .tie order lor armor
plans tor three battleships, Iwo ol
winch are to l.e hunt in civile docs-
yards and the third at Jarr'ow. The
contract Im the plates is valui-u at a
quarter ot a million pounds.
The children's committee ol sunih'r-
l.iml lluanlians have placed a hoy,
aged thirteen, under observation. He
tried to hung    himsell, wishing    i„
Join his mother in heaven." I.is
l.illu-1 is a Lloyd's surveyor iu Australia, nnil ihe hoy was recently
found sleeping out.
The medical officer to the Chelmsford rural district council makes somo
serious t-oninieltts in lus annual it-
port on dirty conditions in the dailies and cowsheds ... the district. "A.
ono place," he says, "llie stable cat
was obserbed complacently diiuking
out of the bucket oi milk, and ils
paw, wliieli lias evidently been in the
milk, bail left, its mark in dirt upon
.be .surface."
The Note Home tlcet nucleus crew,
-.lops, torpedo cralt and submaiiue
llotillas at ISheertiess ami Chatham
wore ordered recently to mobilize
.villi full trews to test the tlianuing
arrangements. The evolution was
Isuturtiy executed, the gunnery school,
IShecrness, being clear ol the various
illusions in u lew minutes. Between
iiu. and sixty vessels weie mobilized
.win mil crows. The ships dcmobll-
i*.l during the day.
The London Tunes ollice stands up-
*n tbe site oi aii old Norman fortress
which „as Uuiil, as au early liost-,1-
ii-cor.ls, --to oppress the weak, to
il the spoils ui robbers, and to
protect the oppressor."
Tin* Athenaeum theatre, London,
which was built on the site ol the
aiieient playhouse in winch Mis. Sid*
is and oilier famous members oi
dramatic profession have iu days
it by performed, was recently des-
.ycd liy lilt, 'lbe outbreak oceur-
aitei llu, conclusion of the nuiii-
i ..I "The Babes ... tlie Wauls."
Seveial t.i tbe artists bait narrow
scapes, hut, fortunately all the iiimn
bits ui tbe auilifiini wore clear of the
theatre before the nm began.
At iiuiiiieishi-lii recently lorty per*
ns, Including seveial Noucuiilorm.st
ministers, a borough alderman aud
.b,- chairman ..I the iiuante eomu.ittee
the education authority were a.llli-
.ii.'il loi uon-puy mcnl ul the education late The llev. .1. F, I'orleus
...id Hint be bail no goods to distrain-,
und In- ashed whether his wile's goods
would in* b.iioght under distraint. Undei the corporation by-laws his wile
could .ml. bu sent io prison in delimit oi payment. 'lhe bench held
Hint (be wife's goods should he dis
trained on, ami made lhe usual older
in ecu ease
When the llev. T. E, .Smhly, u Uap-
tist minister ol Cut-entry, revisited
. lie scene of his lormcr labors at
Trodgorvllle church, Cardih, and was
exchanging greetings with old Iriends,
a police officer arrived with the object of arresting Mr. Soddy tor nonpayment of his education rate three
years ago. Some ol the worship]
interviewed the policeman in the
try and paid the rato. When
Suddy was informed ol what had
Cranbrook
Livery  &
Trunin nnd drivers fiirnUhrd for *\v
puiul lu tbe district
A. DO VLB, Manager
pers
■'es-
Mr
tak-
Mr. Arthur Taylor Newbold, of
llury, brewer, chairman of Messrs.
Watson, Wo-wlhead, ami Wagstafli-,
lelt estale of the value ot i'.R.CUS.
Hy his will, which has just been proved, he leaver au annuity of .tie. for
Hie benefit of his greyhound, Wildiir-e
II.. whom the trustees are directed
not to part with, either by axle, gift
or destruction, oi otherwise*, but shall
personally see thai he is well kepi,
housed, fed and cared for until lie
-hall die a natural death, and shall
permit him to remain iimter
fare, giving his dog trainer, I
H;ickwor1h, lhe first r.ptirm <•!
tending to him-
Keiiit.
Nelson
AT FER- ANNUAL    MEETING   uK      THK
l KUWS NL'ST I'ASS COAL
I'OAIP.i.w
Maieh ■».—Fernie   defeated
i hockey tuniKht by a score     I'oronio, .Waich     m.-Tiie delcrrod
■  .est
MATTIIKUsr.-UiLOW
tlieir
at
FACTS ABOUT CANADA
TORONTO
oronto was incorporated r: *: citv
in 1834, population 4,ton.
Population     per assessment,    lyoo,
53,720, au nicit*as« ut l'».u".- me one
Street*
J Mil.
First electt u
first   lighted witb gas     in
Street lailway Iranchise expires in
law.
Toionto's tank clearings, ltMKi.
$1,185,359, an nicreat.e ol 171 millions ovei 1905.
An Increne in tr-u years of 4no por
cent.
Toronto ranks stt'ond amou^ Canadian cities in bank clearings.
Toronto's hanks have I tin millions
more ol deposits than in 189i,
Toronto has 50,413 buildlogfr-1 tc
etcry 5 of population.
Number ol dwellings, 44,.as, stores,
4,798.
Schools, churches, colleges and factories, 877.
Sew residences huili in 190ti, 2235;
new buildings i.i all kind* built,
4709.
Toronto's assessment, luttti, 212
million-ML viz., land, 05 nullioiis; buildings, 75 millions; business, Id millions; income, S niillian.(, exemptions,
!5! millions.
Toronto's assessment is twice what
t was 20 years ago.
Toronto's customs duties, lOfiii, $10,-
019,290—increase of $52'l,«8w over
19115.
Toronto's building
13 millions—increase
over 1905.
permits, 190ti
uf   $^K|i!,ls,S
Number of   wards, 0; area of citv,
ISA miles.
Tax rate l$£ mills on the dollar
.'(25 policemen, J08 firemen.
3,i4 churehes, .117 hotels, o theatres,
hospitals
2ti5 miles
Toronto ti
■.ulertalks.
il    streets—eqii.il    frtm
Cornwall; 47i> miles
25 parks, of li.io acres.
Public schools, 57; pupils, 38,243^
teachers, 713j separate schools, IU;
pupils, 5,297; teachers, 105; one technical school, 1,899 pupils, Ti teachers,
three high schools, 47 teachers, 1,994
pupils.
BHA1N LEAKS
(Selected.;
A hovel may be a home and a
palace may be purgatory.
This is the time ol year nhen tbe
ii.) man makes a lut of garden.
People who refuse to do us we aay
always lose life's best opportunities.
The worst sham we have ruu
against is "buttermilk" Hum a big
i earnery.
Some people are very careful    not
io let their     pochelbooks feel a
ligious thrill.
The baby  is taught a lut o|   cute
things that are awiully impudent and
uu.')' a few years later.
•Speaking of nature lakes, how
aho.it tbe minnow tbat bites HVe a
two-pouuder and theu gets away'.'
Were you ever in the position
where you knew people didn't want
yuu,   and   yet   yuu    couldn't      get
way?
We will know that spring is approaching just as soon as some one
tells us that the peach crop is
mined.
Whenever we heat sinners abusing a
preacher (or his aetiveness we ane
quite sure be deserves an Increase in
salary.
"You can not legislate brains into
a man's head," Is a favorite argument, ol those who thrive on special
privilege. Tbat may be .ne truth,
but we can legislate the other man's
hand out of out pockets,
At the Catholic   church,  Ferine, on
Saturday afternoon, March 7th   Wii-
loom, siarch      O.-The delcrrod Nam Mathews    to Miss Carrie Ca-
S Coa   eCoWZnfvlv°«Cl,Ui;f    ^'^     "W is «■ ft*** ££
as., t.orti i  mJMii)   «as  held       mis 0f   A.    L.   McDermtrt    and     is well
■"■■'■ilted_ by PiesidetU (•- enthusiastic s|»rtsmett,    The bride is
il.e report   stiuws a lady who has many (rfends in   the
MARRIED
roronto, March lu—Tl
soft'ice. "Six hundred
people wen: present, making thi; total
receipt? $365., ' Every man played
lbe game ol his life aud thc game was
of    exceptional   interest, owing    to       ^"    ^'"dsaj
Feniie being   the champion of      the Ul,a ™j tohxnee ai credit oi the pro- community.
Crows   Nest   Pass,    having defeated IH a"''  oss iwownti brought torwardl
Coleman, ibe.tormor champions three u"ri1 iWu- amounted to »Jj3,J9J. To
times. Uls  li"-s heen added $J32t9tfh.28,  tne'
Morrison,  the Fernie goal,  was     a """I'-'"} k   uet profit    iur  1807, also'    At Halifax.  Nova Scotia
great acquisition, stopping manv dan- "l(1    :"il" "' *»-*.*>-',     represenung Sims, nf Cranbrook   11, c
gn'rous rushes.      For  Nelson Patrick I,d>mwits "' preuuum on stous, mat-  Ove, r.f Halifax.
and A. flishup   weie the    stars      II.  inS llh ageregate U.Oliu.u&u.VO, hroml
Bishop   m   goal     was     particularly  l,Ub ■■■-■u----l    ito direciuis paid     a —■ ■     -   -
good. >lan>   "i^idend    ui     io   per   cent,'
Pernio started with a rush and amounting to W55,i78.fld *ud nave
within two minutes had scored. Nd- "'•"'slcrred to the reserve luml %ou,-
son replied with a nice bout of pass- SV'-n luve carriw* fMwan* *J-1.-
ing from   which    a goal was scored. ** ,,,,•*'    , . ,
Some good   woik   by Fernie resulted     ",l coal mlnea during 1907 amount-
in iiuoiliei goal and after some loose ,,,'r'" ***MM   tons» fts H^^ Hi3,-
play, Nelson again scored, thus equal-     ,   "'  luUfl'
iztng the score at half time. f    Lhv u'l,l,n   Ba>'8 that hut lot       a
In the second     half Feruie started  VMhl' duung the month ui April, audi
•    i the smelters m raisHtg
.lames
Miss
Seven Years Ago
in Oanbrookoi **
finely, scoring thtce goals in quick
order, alter which Nelson came to
iiii- and started tu play, scoring two
goals- Then Pernio replied with
another goal, hut alter this Nelson
had matters practically their own
way, ccorlog anothot goal. Nelson
came   near scoring     just when lime
is called Had Nelson played Olll-
paits ol thu game like the last
part, the sere would have beeu en-|
tirely difierent. On its merits the
game was a draw. A banquet was
aftorwatds given to the Nelson play-
s at tho Napanee hotel.
At halt time there was a dispute
over a goat and Feruie changed the
umpire.
M. Castner was referee aud F- Armstrong judge of play. The lineup
4' the teams was as follows.
ITEMS   CL'LLMt   YHOU   THE
HERALD   OF     HUT    1>AT£
•4*mm444immMf
...i uli   nuttiM down'    ^r    Arro?-ttt»&i     the   government
jitiL z\z r*n asri *%.["££■ ™* "■ -M
Parker  brothers have addrd a   r.ew
tanv fo their water rouee
Chas. McNabb.   mayor and poobafe
ui .lafiray, spent Sunday ia town
Feruie
Morrison ...
Kent 	
Wright 	
Pever 	
Kemp 	
Rllance 	
Therin 	
Ooal
Cover
Kight  Wing
Left Wins'"
Nelson
liisLup
tion
wages "and so deprived   us oi    uur
cohe oven    men iu   midsummer, ana
llien lut th
lilt* mines unit smelters lur tue last
\.\*o months ui the year because tbey;
could iiwi operate under the wage
scale, the output would have exceeded   li>       i..'i.aiilei.iI.iL"   tl.e    uulllou tun
inaits iui tne year."
MR   McNABB gets A WATCH
Last week ■* number of tbe conduo-
tois on the tiow met at theu bead-
qunrters and presented Joseph Mc-
Auhli, lale trainmaster uu this division, with a beautiful opened    laced „___
»*««*£? th»UrtWTK *!S?!, Tt"- *««-^"g~^inesS ol Hill 4
and fa JSlnty'u^'e^ry^s^ *■«-«■ "» «W°Vm* ol a
i onductor Caven made the pieteiita-
tion    speech, and several othei mem-'—** ._ ,	
hers ut the order made    short talks. I
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but lhe gilt was such a
t
Operator  E.  Cline,
in town this week.
This
of  Fernie.    was
third volume.
i"
ise that he was really unable
1   what  he wanted to by   way
pressing fiis appreciation oi
miiics.-; shown h) i.i-. comrades.
U
ot!
the)
A,  Bishop'
Thompson'
WOMAN   KlLl.KU  AT   FERNIE
.m.iiiunLsi ciiURi ii
Feruie, March 10.—A snocklftg   and'
ui the  Morrissey,     Feinie a Michel
lata! accident    occurred iu the yards
railway    here   this afternoon,
which an Italian woman named   Ps
sinna lost her life.
Shu was gatlteiiug cual on
trucks between sume cart and
iuu uvcr by a string uf loaded
which  were being shunted by
iw
was
cars
the
March lath
The pastor will preach morning ami
evening.      Sunday     school and Bible
class nt 3 o'clock. Men's Own yard engiue, her limbs being crushed
meeting at .1,30. Subject: "Christian iu a terrible manner and besides she
Kvidence." Men troubled with received injuries to her head. Death
doubts are heartily invited io attend relieved her sufferings In a lew hours
these meetings. Questions are al- alter being admitted to the hospital,
ways welcomed, and while Hie Men's I She leaves a husband a;;d several
Own does not   profess to he a   final sinull children.
court   of appeal it   does aim io help)  ♦ .
lhe holiest doublei to see the relation WILL KPTAUI.ISH TELEGRAPH
of religion   to the    best results    oil SERVICE
modern science and philosophy. Men Vancouver, B. C, Match 9.—The
who have a snag in the way to ac-1 Dominion government is arranging!
ceptiug tlio commonly received truths to establish a wireless oi cable tele-
pi tnnstianity are assured of a graph service hetween Prince Kupert;
hearty welcome und a respectful llMi ^ueen Charlotte islands, ar.u he^i
hearing If they care to speak.    Next tveen various larger islands. i
sunduy    afternoon   in    the tivui -*
STEWART'S"
it., Ltad.Bg I ruil it.-rp
choh e h... uot si: i.trrii'K-
BP.K*. II
URK..S  DN.OK8
iTEWARX-a K.VK CHOCOLATES
HUGH STEWART
Phone 7ft Armstrong Ave.
afternoon
3,30.       Evening   subject   at       Ua
church: "Saint Patrick."
Tuesday—Prayer service at 6.
Wednesday—League debate at ».
Friday—Choir practice.
Cases of sickness should be reported
to the parsonage without delay. Visitors in town will be welcomeu io our
services, and those attending no otlier
church are especially invileu.
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BACK   FROM  MEXICO
Fred Burns, one of P. Burns &
Co. s trusted lieutenants, has just
re-liirued from Mexico, und is staying
in Craubrook for a lew days. Mr.
Burns has been in charge oi P. Burns
Co.'s Onyx mines iu Mexico foi
several years. Onyx is used largeiy
ail over the   world in the decor at ivi
GEORGE CARTER DEAD
George Carter, who had hia leg;
bioken and was otherwise Injured by j
tailing off the high trestle at Koote-'
nay Landing on Februaiy Uth, died,
lasi Saturday at the Kootenay Lake;
hospital, Nelson. .Mr. Carter was;
well known here, being a member ot
the local area of Eagles.
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EGO SITTINGS FOR SALE ! I
Blue   Barred    Plymouth    Ko.-k
Fggt, per setting of IS ..    fl.00
Mammoth Pekiu Dock I'ttc.
per 10     I2.L")
Good H*tdF Strawberry Plants
ft.OU per hundred! !=■ w pet
thousand.—Applv lo
i MRS. W. F. DORAN,; j
Silver Creek Ranch
CRANBROOK, B.<
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PREPARING     FOR   THE  POWER
PLANT
A. L. McCullough, late city engineer oi Nelson, is in town on h»s;
way to the St. Marys river to make|
a survey ot the proposed power plant;
lur tbe Cranbrook Electric Ughc
company. it is understood Uut
work on the plant will be commenced
very shortly.
arts and may be classed as a glorylled HERALD'S   TENTH      ANNTV LR-
marble,     it varies in colur Irom
almost transparent white to a beautiful umber yeiluw lined and veined
SARV
Demands for the special edition
marhlc.    It I. qnafried In mnch   the Jf» -J-ffi » "jg; %BV«_S|
quarried
same way as stone and is worth from
>U to til    per    cubic     foot,     Mr.
Burns is not enamored with the
Mexican climate and says British Columbia is good enough for anyone,
limited,
copies may secure tbem by leaving
their orders at Beattie & Atchison's,
Chas. E. Held & Co., or the Herald
ollice.
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CAUSE OF DELAY
owing to a leak in the pipes of the
i .-1  w«.k  t*„     on-rii  1,^.   *wm water works sufficient power was not
seen Jv   Frank     v- S.,       I    attainable to run the Herald presses.
seen by    i<ranh     \aul>ecai   crawling ,,  .>,_ A*.i~« u n„kiieKin*      tki.
MIGHT HAVE BEEN SEltlOL:
week.
under (he aidewalk al lhe north w "^ th« del1'' »n PublisWl>S
oi the Royal hulei. Wondering what
they weie doing Mi. VanDecar began
lu investigate, it was iouud tnat
ihey had iouud half a stick oi dynamite aud were trying to light it,
eedless to say the explosive was
latum away 11..in them. li> the
loos uf the dynamite it is thought
uiai a dug musl have cairlvd il there
iui the impression ul ihu annual a
teeth   weie   tu    be distinctly   leeti.
Where the dog got it l.i ul course Uli-
liiiowu.    All is    well that ends wen,
but the results might have been -sei-
tbis
NAVAL MILITIA FOR B C I
It has been announced by the
militia department at Ottawa that a
naval militia will be formed for tbe
coast cities ol this province. "Thi;.
is," says the Victoria Colonist, "the
lirst step in the direction of a
Canadian navy."
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Corner Van Home and Durick Ave.
Telephone Xo. 181
We want
LUMBER
companie-i lo Inspect our
LOGGING TRUCKS
We have tbe real thing
you want for logging
Strongly Built
Specially Built
Vou cannot find their equal
anywhere
We guarantee tbem to give
sitlefaclion
A pleaeure to thow them
Prices Low
HARNESS 8EPAIRIN0
Flour and Feed. Seed
Grain ia Season
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lou:      loi    lhe
.to-,.,,, hotel.
•.mall hoy*,   and tlie
... [ilaco he declared that lie would
never have paid the rale. Me has
done seven days na a passive reslster
since lie went to Coventry.
Recognizing tho many dilBcuttles
which tlie bishop ot Southwell, Dr.
Iloshy.is, has to contend with when
visiti..R distant portions ol his extensive diocese, a committee ot Notts
unit Derbyshire churchmen recently Issued all appeal lor subscription!, towards ilie purchase of a motor car
for him. Nearly fl.00 have been
subscribed, and a lid-horsepower Renault car has been purchased, which
Lord Seaistlale, Lord Curzon'i lather, will present to the bishop ol Not-
OP IETEREST TO PARKERS
Copies of a most useful bulletin
on alkali soils by Frank T. Shutt,
chemist, Eiperimen.al Karm, Ottawa, have been received. It is lor
limited distribution, as will be seen
by the lollowing notice on tbe cover:
"lliilletins of the second series of
such subjects as arc ot interest to a
limited class of readers, and will be
mailed onlv to those to whom the information is likely to be usctul. Copies may, however, be obtained by
anyone desiring tlicui, as long as the
edition lasts, by application to the
director of the Experimental Farms,"
A meeting of the Farmers' Institute will be held, at the government
office on Saturday nest at 8 p. m.
Important matters will' Ire discussed
and Wm. Hamilton will read a paper,
on small Iruit. A lull attendance la,
requested,
SHOULD UK STOI't'EU
'there is considerable complaint
at..nn.l tout, ovei lbe niul.il treatrj
ment of school eluullen on account'
oi niuui**, violations ol the rules,
llns .long ol a child being punished
h> the use of a heavy strap n> nioie
tiiau any patent can bland, u
leaeheis cannot use proper discretion
in eniotc.ng rules they had (tetter io*
sigu. And if lhe principal oi tlie
scuool eudorses such a procedure, it
js time tor the trustees and the
people io take a stand.
Ilo.lll.
St'KKERS
UROOK
AT     CRAX-
Today's Nelson Daily Canadian
says: Cranbrook is said to be
crowded with bome seekers. They
are men who have made fortunes
farming ou the ptaiiie, aud are seeking a more congenial climate, where
■they can enjoy life, and lor such men
the Cranhrook district is an ideal
one.
DAVE ELTON  IN TORONTO      I
1 At thc banquet of the Canadian J
■Press association in Toronto on t-he
(Ith Dave Elton, editor oi the Card-
rton Star, said In his reply to thc
toast ol the west: "We believo In
boosting In thc west. We have only
one 'knock' and that is knock and it
] shall be opened unto you."
There are two royal roads to
happiness.
One is to love your wife.   The
other Is to
Subscribe to thc
Cranbrook Herald
DO  BOTH THE   OBANBHOOK   HBHAL.I
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Each Season Brings Something
Newer and Better in
H
HIS spring we are showing Qothes which, for
appearance and wear, duplicate the work of the
highest priced custom tailors.
Their style, cut, and general wearing value make them
worthy of your inspection.
We particularly ask you to call and see our new three
and four button Sack and Double-breasted Suits for spring.
Made in all the accepted materials, the color combinations being most beautiful and exclusive to us.
The Gothes are all that you could desire, and are guaranteed on the points of fit and wear.
We think we have the most complete stock of men's wearing apparel in East Kootenay. This is
our opinion. We would like to have yours. This also applies to our large stock of Furnishings,
Hats, Shoes, etc.
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... anil   Woiks   for a licenso   ...
prospect (or coal nnd petroleum    ou
the following lands,   situ.il,* m   the
district,   of   Snulli Kast   Kootenny,
lliiiisb Coiumliin, in Block -If.'.i.l:
Coiiimencing nt   n post plnuted   al
i* ni'iir a point three (*t) miles east
it    the   27   mile    post,   nl  present.
'. 1*. It. sitrvev, or    west, boundary
line of Block 151.3, mid boillg I he S.W.
i*otn,*r posl of Frank Clnrrisen's claim;
thenco   running   north      KII   chaius,
theme     running   east   su    chains,
.nulling      soutll   St.   chnins,
running   west   ki.     din-ins,
to a point ol commencement, making
11*10 aeies, more in* It-s.-
id Ihis
ml ilnv nl .l.n
A. IV. Belden, Agenl lor
Flunk (inrrl i,  Locator.
lien.   .1.   Allnii-Jlt.        17
i; Presbyterian ebiircbi:
i. STATED SERVICES       Jj
., 	
.. Sunday morning nervlrc ut 11
;; 0-cLk
i t Sunday   evening    sorvlce   ut *'
*l van o'clock
i I
ii   S lay      Sfl |   ami    llihl
" Claim at :t o'clock              *
* i ' i
. * Prosbytcrinn   Clullil, Tuesday, o
-» nt 8 o'clock                      ' *
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IN   THK    SUPREME     COURT OK
HKIT1.SH COLUMBIA ,
In the ••matter ol "The Companies
Act"
—and  of—
The    SULLIVAN    GROIT MlNINtl
COMPANY,    a togteten.il Kxtru-
Pruvlhcial Company,
—and—
la the matter ol an intended action
between Tlie CROWS NEST
PASS'COAL COMPANY, Limned, against the said the SULLIVAN CROUP MINIM! COMPANY, lu recover thc sum ol
$8,407.3?,
IN CHAMBERS:
Belore His Honour P. E. Wilson,
Local Judge, Thursday, the iJULu
day oi Kebruary, I wis.
Upon Lhe application ol lhe plain-
tills and upon tending the allidavii, ol
MMftiy William llercbmer filed, and
upuu hearing llie said Henry William
Herchinei, ul Counsel lot the said
piaintihs,
1. IT is ORDERED that service
upun the defendants u( the writ ol
summons win. special endorsement
Uiereon in Uus action by publisning
this Order, Logcthei; with the notice
endorsed hereon once a week inr tin en
Weeks in the "Craubrook Herald," a
newspaper published at Cranbiook,
British Columbia; and lurlber, thai a
copy ol the said writ uf summons
witli sueh special endorsement Uiereon
he mailed, in a registered letter,
pniitage prepaid, addressed lo saw
defendants at Marysville, British Columbia, shall be deemed good and
sufficient .-.en ice uf_ said writ
.ipri.ial endorsement tbereuii;
2. ANU IT IS KURTHER ORDERED that the said defendants itu
tiller un apiie.iiauce lo the said writ
i>( summons in lhe utlice ul the Bis-
niLi Registrar ul this Court, at
Kernie, B. • ., within blteen days
Alter tlie dale uf tilu last issue ul
the said "Cranhrook Herald," iu
which ihis iiider and Notice endorsed
thereon appears.
3. AMI IT IS FURTHER OR-
DEHED dial the costs of this application be lusts in the cause.
P. E. WILSON
L.   .(.
NOTICE
This action is bruught by the
plaintiffs, lhe Crows .Nesl Pass Coal
Company, I.united, against the dc-
endants, ihe Sullivan Group Mining
Company, fur lhe sum uf J8,t*i7.Uu,
beiu>!, ihe iiiiiollut ol cuke and cual
■old and delivered hy lhe plaintiffs
iu the defendants during tbe months
.if October, November and December,
1HU7, and January and Kebruary,
lflUU, as per account rendered to the
■Mil defendants, and as is fully sel
uul in ihe writ uf sum in uiu, with
special endorsement thereon, mailed
undei tins Onler and addressed lo
the said doleudants.
J. 11. McMULLIN
Dislriel   Registrar.
This Order is taken out by Henry
William Hetobmcr, whose address tot
service is .it ins office in the Henderson Block, \ niuii.t Avenue, I'Viu...
B. C, Solicitor lor the plaintiffs,
wlni have a Head Office inr the traus-
actrfon of liusiiiess within this Province, al Kernie, B. C. 19-3J
Ihence     running    cast   Sil    chains,
tu a point ui commencement, maKing
ii.lii acres, more or less.
Located this   22nd dav ot January,
11108.
A. tt. Belden, Agent for
Baldas Oildncr, Locator.
Witness: W. K. Huth. '17-Bt*
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM NO. 2 \
Notice is hereby given that HO days
alter uatu 1 nileiiu to apply tu tue
Huiiuraiile Chief Cuuimissiuiiui ui:
hands' and Works lur a license tu ■
prospect lot cual and petroleum un'
uie luiluwing binds, siluale in ine',
distiict, of South East Kootemij.l
uritisli Columbia, iu Block -laii-i:
t ommencing at a post planteil ..i
• r near a point one (I) mile easi
ul ilif 27 mile post ol present
c. P. it. survey, or west buuntiury .u
Block 4503, aud being the N. H, coiner pust ol Katie E. Gildner's claim,
ihence running south mi eliains,
iliencu runuing west mi clnuus, j
thence running north sn chains,
l hence running easi mi cliaiiis,
tu a puim uf commencement, muiwug
■iiu acres, mure or less.
■ Located this 22nd dav of January,
I mn.
A. W. Belden, Agent for
Katie E. Gildnet, Locator,
Witness: W. F. Huth. 41-U*
British Columbia, in Block -1.V13:
timing at a post planted at
ni mar a point one (1) mile easi
..I the -ti mile post of present
survey ul the C. P. IL, or
west boundary ol Block 4593, and
being Um       S.      E.      corner
! pust of Mary Battel's claim;
thence running north 80 chains,
tlience running west kii chains,
j i hence running south SO chains,
| Iliencu running east NO cbains,
tn ii point of commencement, making
uiu acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd  dav  of January,
pins.
A. W. Bidden, Agent Inr
Mary Barrett, Locator.
Witness: W. K. Huth. il-U*
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM NO. !»
after d-.tte I intend lu apply fo the
Notice is hereby given tbat 30 days
Honorable Chief Commissioner ul
Lauds ami Wurks fur a license tu
prospect, fur coal and petroleum un
the following lauds, situate in tlie
district of Suuth East Kootcuay,
Hritish Columbia, in Block 451W:
Commencing at a post planteil al
or near a point three (3) miles east,
ol the 20 mile post oi present
C. p. It. survey, or west, boundary of
Block 4593, ami being thc N.E. corner
post nl Catherine M. Chapman's claim
thenco running west 80 chains,
ihenee running soutll 80 chains,
t hence running east 80 cliains,
thence running north 80 chains,
io a point of commencement, making
BIO acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd dav ol January,
1908,
A. ff. Belden, Agent for
Catherine M. Chapman,
Locator
Uii ness: \V; K. Huth. 47-Ot*
thciico runuing north mi chains,
i.riiu' running east Ku ehains,
ihence tunning south so chains,
thence tunning west Mi chaius,
to a point of commencement, making
ti 10 neres, more or less.
Located this 23rd  day   of .l.inu.u.
11108.
A. W. Belden. Agent for
Prank Alley, Locator.
Witness: ff, K. Huth. -IT-lit*
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM NO.  1
Notice is hereby given tbat 30 days
aitei date 1 inlend to appiy to the
I liiN.u able < 'hief ' 'unmiissiuner of
Lands ami Works lot u license tu
prospect lot cual and petroleum on
tin- following lauds, situate in the
district oi Suuth East Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 4503:
Commencing al a post planted al
or near a puint, one (1) mite east
uf the 27 mile post of present
C. P. It. survey, being west boiindury
of Block 4593, and being S. E cur-
net post ol BaldasGildner's claim;
tlience running north 80 chains,
thence running west ho chains,
theuce     tunning    south   80   chains,
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM No. :j
Notice is hereby given 1li.il 311 days
alter dale I intend to apply to tlie
Hm...milk- Chief Commissioner oi
hands and Works fur a lieelise lu
prusjiect, fur cual and petroleum un
Die following lauds, situate III lhe
district of South East KooUaiay,
Mulish Columbia, iu Block 4593:
Commencing ut a pusi, planted .it
..i 'near a point one (1) mile east
. Ihu 27 mite post uf present
C. P. K. survey, ur west boundary of
Block 4593. and being the N.W. cornet
pust uf Mary J. Cororan's claim,
ihruce running cast mi chains,
iheuco running south mi chains,
ihence running west 80 chains,
ihence ' running north SU chains,
lu a point of commencement, making
■iiu acres, inure or less.
Located litis 22ud dav of Jauuaiy,
1908,
A. W. Belden, Agrtnt lot
Mary J. Conoran, Locator,
Witness: ff. K. Huth. •17-111*
NOTICE
I OK LOCATION OK CLAIM  Ml.   I
Notice is hereby given thai 311 days
latter date I  Intent!  tu apply   to    the
II luiioi able i 'nit-! i lumimssionei ul
Lands ..n.l Wurks nu a license tu
prospccl lui eoal a iiii petroleum un
ine fuliowing lauds, slttlillc in the
distiict of Suulh East KouLfluty,
Hritish Cplumbla, in Block  laiil:
Coiiimencing at a posl plitnti-d at
ui near a point um. 0) mile easi
the 27 mile post of presenl
C. P. 1(. survey, ur west boundary ol
Block 4593, atnt'lauug lhe S.W. corner
post uf William J. Cumnan's claim,
theuce running north , Ml chains,
tlience running east 81) cliains,
ihenee tunning suuth 80 chiiins,
ihence running west' mi cliains,
to a point ol commencement t, making
■HO acres, more or less.
Located this -22ml dav uf J.it/uiarv,
1008. ■ i
A. W. .'Belden, Agent f.u
William j. Conotaii, Locator.
Witness: ff. p, Huth. -17-iit,*'
NOTICE
(if LOCATION OK CLAIM NO. 6
Notice is hereby .given tbat 30 days
an.'i date 1 intend to apply lo the
11.mumble Chief Commissioner of
l..mils and Works lor a license to
prospect ior coal aud petroleum ou
the following lands, .situate iu the
dislriel of South East Kootenay,
Hritish Columbia, in Block 4593:
Commencing ut a post planted at
inai a point one (1) mile east
thc 2D mile post ol presenl
O. P. It. survey, ur west boundary of
Block 4593, and being the N. E. corpus i of Katie Hunt's claim;
thence     running     suuth   80   chain:
thence     running      west   80   chaini., -.-.,..      ,    ,       -., ,
theuce     running   north    80  chains,-''*' following lands .situate .in    tli
thence     running    east   Kd    chaius, district ^_?oirth;BMt t Kootemij
ti. a puint nf commencement, making
till) acres, more ut less.
Located this 23rd day of January,
1908.
A. W. Belden, Agent fur
Katie Hunt, Locator.
Witness: ff. K. Huth. 47-flt*
NOTICE
OK   LOCATION  OK  CLAIM   NO   111
Notice is hereby given lhat 30 davs
alter date 1 intend to apply tu    the
Honorable   Chief   Commissioner    of
Lands and    Works   for a license   to
west   80   cESlis!' l»fwp«st for coal and petroleum
NOTICE
OK  LOCATION OK CLAIM  NO- 7
Notice i.s hereby given that 30 davs
after dale 1 inlend to apply to the
lluiiurable Chief Commissioner nf
I.nmls and Works for a license lo
iiusped fur cual und iietroleum on
the following lauds, situate iu tbe
district ol Soutll Kast Kootenay,
llritisli Columbia, in Block 4593:
Cummencing at a post planted at
ur near a point one (1) mile easi.
■i t he 20 mile post ol present
c. p. K. survey, or west boundary of
Block 4503, ami being the N. ff. corner pnsl of Easter O. Veasen's claim;
ihence running south 80 chains,
iliencc running east 80 chains,
t hence running north 80 chaius,
Ihence running west SO chains,
tu a point id commencement, making
..lu acres, more or lesa.
Located this 23rd day id January,
1008,
A. W.  Helden, Agent lor
Luster 0. Veasen, Locator
Witness: W. K. Hulh.
liritisb Columnia, in Block 4503
Commencing at a post planteil at
ur near a point three (3) miles east
of the 29 mile pnst ol present
C. P. It. survey, or west boundary uf
Block 4593, aud being the S.E. curner post ol John Veasen's claim;
thence running north 80 chains,
thence running west 80 chains,
thence running south 80 chains,
thence tunning enst 80 chains,
to a point nl commencement, making
inn acres, more or less.
iHicatcd litis 23rd dav of January,
1908.
A. W. Belden, Agent lur
John Veasen, Locator.
Witness: W. P. Huth. 47-flt*
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OF CCAIM NO. 5
Notice is hereby given Unit 311 days
aftei date,i intend tu n|iply in iin-
H< .notable Chief Cnmiilissionei ol
Lands and Wurks for a license to
prospect lur coal and petroleum un
.he following lands, situate in lhe
district)   of    Soutb East    Kootenay,
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM  No.   ll
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend lo apply to thp
lluiiurable Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works for a license lo
prospect fur cual and petroleum on
life following lands, situate hi ihe
district ol South East Kooleiiay,
British Columbia, in Block 4503:
Commencing at a post planteil at
or near a point three (3) miles cast
uf the 29 mile post of presenl
CP.R. survey, or west boundary line
,of Block 4593, nnd being the N.W. cor-
47*8t* mt post of Lula Veasen's claim;
thence running south 80 chiiins,
t hence running east 80 chaius,
Ihence running north 80 chains,
thence running west 89 chains,
to a point of commencement, making
IHO acres, more or less.
Located Hris 23rd day ol January,
190S.
A. W. Belden, Agent fur
Lula Veasen, Locator.
Witness: ff. K. Ituth. 47-flt*
NOTICE
"point    one (I)' mile east  OK LOCATION OK CLAIM No   12
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM NO. 8
Notice i.s hereby given lhat 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the
lluiiuinMc chlel Commissioner <d
L.itnls and Works for a license to
prospccl for coal aud petroleum no
llie following lands, situate in the
list riot of South East Kootenay,
llritisli Columbia, in Block 4503:
< mil mencing at a post plauted at
it neii.
of the 29 mile post ol present
C P. It. survey, or west boundary ol j Notice is hereby given that 30 davs
llluck 4593, and being tlie S. W. cor- afler dale I intend to apply to the
ner post, of Maria E. Hunt's claim; Honorable Chief Commissioner of
thence running north 80 chains, Lands and Works for a license In
thence running east 80 cbains, prospect for coal and petroleum nu
thenco running south 80 chains, fhe following lauds situate in the
thence running west 86 chains, district of South East Kootenny,
to a point of commencement, making llritisli Columbia, in Block 4593:
ii in acres, more or lean. j   Commencing at   a post planled   nt
Located tbis 23rd  day   of January,'or near a point three (3) miles east
1008. I of   the    29   mile   post   of   present
A. W. Belden, Agent fnr It!. P. It. survey, or being west. hound-
Maria R. Hunt, Locator.        'ary of Block 4593, and being the S.
Witness: ff. Ft Huth, 47-8t» ff. corner post of Frank Alley's claim;
NOTICE
OK  LOCATION  OK CLAIM   Ml,   1-i
Notice is hereby given that 30 davs
attei date J intend to apply tu ih,-
Huiiuraiile chid Commissioner ol
Lands and Works for a Utilise lu
prospect i.n cual an.l petroleum uu
[tie following lands, situate iu the
district oi Soulh East Kooteiiuy,
British Columbia, in Block 4593:
t ont meaning nt a post planted al
or neai a point three (3) miles east
ol the 27 miles post of present
C.lMt. survey, ot west boundary Hue
ii Block 4593, and being the N. E.
corner post of Corrine Alleys claim,
ibence running south su chains,
thence running west 8b chains,
tlience running north mi chains,
iliencu running cast 80 chains,
lo ii point uf commencement, making
iiiii acres, more or less.
Located this 22ml dav ul January,
ISI08.
A. W. Belden, Agent for
Conine Alley, Locator.
Witness; Oeo.  IL Albright.      47-Bt*
OK LOCATION  OK CLAIM  NO    II
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 Intend tu apply tu the
Honorable Chic! Commissioner ui
Lauds and Works fur a license lo
prospect Ior coal ami petroleum on
the lollowing lands, situate iu the
district of South East Kootenay,
liritisb Columbia, in Block 4503:
Cummuuoiiig ut n post planted at
ur near a point three (3) miles east
lhe 27 mile post id present
C.P.U. survey, or west boundary of
Blucli 4593, and being the N.W. curner
post <d Benj. McMullen's claimi,
ihenee running cast 80 cbains,
ihenco running south 80 chains,
tlience running north Ml chains,
thenco running west 80 chains,
lu a puint uf commencement, making
iiiii acres, more or less.
Located this   22ml dav of January,
1008.
A. W. Bidden, Agent for
Don]. McMuiien, Locator.
Witness: Oeo,   II. Albright,,      47-flt*
NOTION
OK LOCATION OK CLAIM No L,
Notice is hereby given that .'lit dais
after date I intend to applv lu \to
Iiui...i.il.lc Chiel Commissioner ul
Lands ami    Works   loi  a license   lu
prospect f.u cual ami petrol i     un
iiu- following lands, sit mile in il.e
district, uf South Kast Kootenny,
llrilisli Colombia, in llluck 1593:
.inmencing at a post planted at
ur near a point three (3) miles east
■f Mu1 27 mile post uf present,
c.     P.       IL      survey, present.
boundary     line went     side      uf
Block 4593, ami being lhe S.E. cornet
l»nst. of Nellie McMullen's claim;
thence tunning north 80 chains,
thence running west 80 chains,
tlience running south 80 (-hains,
ihenee running east 80 chains,
to a point.ol com mencement, making
illn acres, more or less.
Located this 22nd day of January,
1908.
A. W. Belden, Agent for
Nellie  McMuiien,   Locator.
Witness: Oeo.  H. Albright.       47-flt*
Mighton's
Smoking
Mixture
and a
B. B. B.
Pipe
for
solid comfort
SJ.MIfiHTCN
lhe Tobacconist
LOCAL NOUS
1*3ftI
PICK Kit UP AUOUT THK CITY HV
ASKINO QUESTIONS OK
MANV PEOPLE,
It. E. Beattie visited Wanlncr on
Tuesday.
P. Luml, of Wardner, was in Crnnbrook on Tuesday.
Boy A. Cuuk, uf Calgary, was In
Cranhrook this week.
li. II. Short visited Kernie un
liusiiiess  hist   Saturday.
A. ll. Fenwlck, ol Fort Sleele, was
:ii Cranhrook un Tuesday.
Judge Wilson went tu Nelson uu
Kriday  tu hold county court.
Wiltl geese are very numerous at
Kootenay Lauding this week.
The meadow lark made his first ap-
pcajance iu Cranbrook yesterday.
P. Woods, the Cherry Creek ranchman, was in Cranhrook on Tuesday.
O. Jewell, of .laffray, was i
Cranhrook uu business on Tuesday.
Cecil Pigeon went down to Ferut
lo see the hockey match on Monday,
Next Tuesday Is the 17th of Ireland.
WANTED-Woman cook. Applv
Br. K. W. Oreen. 5tl
KOIt SALE-Socondhand bar lix-
tures. Apply Corbett & Co., Wentworth hotel.
Harry Dimoek, the well known
Moyie hotel man, was in Cranhrook
uu Sunday, to be present at the fun
era! of P. O'Brien.
Miss Beattie. who has been visiting
ber brother, IL E. Beattie, for some
time, left iui her home at Portage la
Prairie uu Saturday.
The Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen has 11)11,1100 members and it pays
Hit iu disability and death claims
$35,000 a month, on an average.
W. IL (Irubbo and J. W. McKee, n|
lhe Imperial Bank staff, went to
Moyie on Tuesday to cash cheipies,
that day being pay day at the St.
Kugene mine.
7lnmes Finlny, manager uf the Sui.
van mijie ami smelter, returned irom
Spokane mi Tuesday, where he has
been consulting wiih ibe directors of
ibe company.
Kt 11 ( SAL I!- A pi netlcall y new
Kiitn organ in good condition, piano
case. Suitable fur a small church ur
pailut. Applv io Father Clioinel.
Cranhrook, B. C, 51 tl
Frank Clnpp, of Spokane, was m
Ci.liiin..ul, un Monday and led on
Tuesday tor a trip to his old bome
iu Wisconsin, which be has nut visited for twenty years.
F, J. Donii, editor uf the Nelson
Daily News, passed through Cran-
brook un Tuesday on bis way lo Be
glnn tu attend the convention of the
Western Press association.
J, L. Lawrence, O. P. H, superin-
inletideiit at Medicine Hat, passed
through Cranbrook on Monday on
his way to Nelson on business connected with the company.
The Knights of Pythias will give a
dance on Kaster Monday,'April the
atltli, in Fraternity hall. The
Knights always give a good dance
.not u good time is assured.
Messrs. Ttirley and Smith lelt on
Tuesday for a business trip down
the line west. These gentlemen are
doing a lirstclass business in tailor-
eil garments Ior both ladies and men.
Charlie Finch returned last Friday
li.nii spending the wintet in the cast.
.Mr. Finch visited points in Ontario,
Wisconsin and Michigan. He says he
is glad to ho back io the banana belt.
Mrs. VI. M. Pettet has been dangerously ill with heart trouble and
fur sume days ihere was very little
hope ol her recovery. Her friends
will In- pleased m learn that she is
able tu be out again.
S. A. Clancey, ol the firm ol
Commit,   Clancey &   Orindley,       ol
Calgary, was in Cranhrook at lhe ho*
ginning of the week in the interests
of his house. This firm does a large
liusiiiess with the mines and saw-
mi.ls of this district in machinery.
"Dune" McLean, of tlie city police
fm re, met with a peculiar ami painful
accident on Monday. Mr. McLean
was handling one of his roosters when tbe bird drove Ids spur
through Mr. McLean's arm, severing
au artery. it is to be hoped that
"Dunu" will soon to all right again,
KOIt SALE—White Plymouth Bock
""■■ "     a,--",j"ighbred   (owls
Rohert Robson, of Mayook, was iu
Cranhrook the beginning uf tho week
George Leltch went to Kernie tt
take iu the hockey match on Mondav.
Ore/, has     added   a barbel
lus    lialrdrcssing establlsli-
NOTICE
OF LOCATION OF CLAIM   NO,  ID
Notice is hereby given that 30 davs
after date I intend to apply to the
Honorable   Chiel   Commissioner    of
Albert
chair tu
ment.
Mrs. John Fingnll Smith, lelt un
Tuesday for a few davs visit, to Kurt
Steele.
WANTED-Stalloncry engineer for
ii saw mill. Applv XXX, care the
Herald. 51
O. II. Allison, of Nelson, was registered at lbe Hotel Cranhrook ou
Tuesday.
Jack Rflgcn, who has been in Cranbrook for sume time, left fur Spokane
uu Tuesday.
K. Mallatidaine. C. P. It. chief timber ranger, returned from a trip to
Creston on Tuesday.
Charlie and Tim Farrell were both
up hum Moylo un Sunday attending
". o'liricn's funeral.
W. Freeze, superintendent's accountant went to Nelson on Monday-
un company's business.
L. K. McKu rin ne, of Itosmor, is
upending n week or so with his
brother, W. B, Mo Karl ano.
Don'l forgo! the ball to he given
hy the Cranhrook city hand nesl
Tuesday eVeiling, the I7tb.
The new temporary post office is
Hearing completion, It will be a
great convenience to the public
Stijicriiitind.nl Brnwnlee mid K L-
Cliudleigii returned frnm a trip uf Inspection a lung the Crow on Tuesday.
K. ll. MeDermtd, uf the real estate
firm id McDermid A MeHardy, of
Nelson, was iu Craubrook ibis week.
N, Hanson, governor uf Wasa, was
in Cranhrook yesterday on his way
lu Calgary, where he went uu business.
Mrs. II. ii. McVittie accompanied
by her daughter Juan left on Tuesdav
lor a short visit to her mother ul
Edmonton.
Miss Kills, who has been visiting
with Mrs. Willson fur some weeks,
returned to her home In Vancouver
on Tuesday.
J. A. Harvey returned from the
coast on Monday, where he has been
on legal business and recreation for
the past month.
pups
Box
1. II. Willson, CP.lt. agent, left
last Tuesday fur a well earned holiday. Mr. Willson will be absent
abuut three weeks and will visit a
number uf coast cities. Mr. Willson
is one til the most popular agents on
the CP.R, system and whilst ho has
heen in Craubrook bus made a large
number of friemls, owing tu his um
lorm courtesy to the patrons ot tlie
road. K. E. Sheldon, relievinsi
agent, will take Mr. Wlllson's place
during his absence.
MONEY  COMING TO CANADA
(Toronto World.)
"I'he outlook? Well 1 don't
know," remarked an astute financier
yesterday in answer tu an enquiry as
to the ' business and financial prospects for tbe spring. "All I can
tell yon is this: The British investors
arc putting money Into Canada in
good round sums. Take the CP.R
lor instance. This company bus recently called hit new subscriptions lor
common stock ol i21,111111,11110, and
has sold Hu,mm,uuu ut debentures
All nf the latter will be paid at
once, uml a large purl of the loi met
will also be (or(bcuiiiii)g trom imiid-
peaii Investors. I notice also thai
the Or und Trunk have sold $15,"im,
uuu of securities recently, uml that
the Dominion government havo placed $3, ,111111 uf bonds in the Loudon
money market. Tbis new money is
what we need. We have the Security
to put up for all the old count ry ml
van* rs, our natural ^resources can easily guarantee a substantial interest,
and at the same time help develop the
country. ll I putgi- the situation
aright otll financiers are get Oil/,
credit Irom the people who have n,
and its distribution will benefit both
I the borrowers and lenders. Dun'l get
pessimistic," well- the closing te
marks uf the   interview.     "II Canu
'dlitn financiers cauibring the outside
cash tu the orient ,,| $75,000,0011 this
year il   will  keep the people ol  Can
tud.i busy lo spend the money, ami
promises a prosperous future."
1       —♦—
I.l IK AT COIUI.T
tirn.-j;.. <lli-uili.»n.»,-„ ih,. years mki
• IVHH  .1   SClllKll   ti-U.'ll.-l   ill   Alsill  t'l.l.|>,
.i,..n I.ticiu, Ontario,    '..-.lay l.e l.us
11 fi..*......- ftwny ..}. it. llu- hIv ilgi.ii-s
..1,111 111 Ih,* i,i\viislii|. of M.'Oilvi'i,--,*,
In- liiiinl.. school .t.i snmc til..,-   ...nl
tin-.. M-,-1.1 .„ Tor........ where l>„ took
1, course At .In- si*li„i,l of .si*..-...*,- u.i.l
Ri,.iliiuii-il us 11 civil   engineer] Whit,-
in Toronto I..- i-unu- i.. contact witu u
|ii'os|mitor win. hint turn working in
ilir .'..Iiui. district who showed   Imn
s, .111.* tii-,- samples in.... lliul now luui
mis camp.    Mr. Illenitcttlng wen.   ...
I'uliiill*, stukMl some claims anil   lie-
lun.c Hie   locater and promo.or    ul
the (It.-ndciiing mines.    He has   now
sold out all his Interests ami      has
c.inic to llrilisli Columliiu, which, he
s.ivs, looks good to him.    Mr. flli-n-
dchning has purchased a large interest In the hig ...111 .... Proctor. Alter
a trip to Toronto he w.ll he hack
and may make some further Investments ln this part of the country.

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