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CRAM BROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   11
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-ORANBROOK,   BttlTISH  COLUMBIA-,   THURSDAY.  MAY   28,   1»i>8
NO. 10
GARDEN CITY OF THE KOOTENAYS
I,AWNS  AND  FLOWERS MA.
OVER TOWN LOOKING WELL
A walk around tho city will convince anyone that Cranbrook is rap-
idly becoming a city ol -beuutilul
homes. Gardening and bcauilllca-
lion bus beeu tbe order ut the duy
for the past month and the results
are beginning to show on all sides
in the wealth ot bloom and greenery
already in sight. It Ik ante to say
tbat inure oruameutal lives, shrubs
und flowering plants bave been set
i,ut this year ib Cuubiool. than in
all other years ot her existence put
together. On Bakei hill neatly
everybody is a gardner. -I. !■'
Armstrong's pretty garden is a mass
ot tulips, other bulbous plants and
Ireland poppies. A. L. McDermot
has laid out bis grounds with rose
trees and other (lowering shrubs, uml
has al/o started a privet bodge. The
Rev. Klewelling bas the ohwreh
grounds and those o! the rectory iu
perfect condition, Uw green sward of
the lawns setting off the beds • ot
bulbs, paiislcs, Iceland poppies and
oilier    spring (lowers.       P. DeVere
I hint's lilac are showing (lower buds
and Chas. McQe-e's well known pansies are in full . bloom. Itlohurd
Joyce, M. McKaeheru and H. Carter
have gardens that show much care
and attention. Richard Kraser lias
his place planted in potatoes so as
to act the ground into shape, ami
(leorge Thompson has hud his
maples pruned and his lawn put Into
shape. Wm. t'olpmati, Airs. Ourd
and William Cameron are all gardening! and making their homes more
attractive. M. It. King is having
his beautiful lawn put into the pink,
or rather the green, of condition. 11.
II. Hickenbotham has made many
improvements about his home on the
corner of Edwards street nnd Burwell avenue. E. Home, Mrs. Hamilton, L. I'atmore and .1, V. M. Pinkham bave lieen hard at it lo prevent
the spring weeds getting a start.
One of tlie prettiest streets in the
eity is Pooley avenue. On this
street such well known amateur antd-
ners as S. H. Hoskins, Edward Klwell, R. T. Brymner, A. C. Nelson,
S. K. Morley and W. V. Ourd, nud
all of these'gentlemen are very busy
as they are every spring. They
have all heen eiperlmentalists and
it is largely du* to their efforts (hat
suph a large variety of (lowering
plants are found to do well here.
Others who are busy on the hill are
Chief of Police Dow, Joseph Jackson. Joseph Hall, Frank
Par\s, ,1. K. Smith, Dr.
Connolly, James Caslake, W. Neilson, John Kennedy and William Harris. Dr. (H-ewTs lawn ivnd handsome grounds _*rt a picture of neatness. W. W. Wilson Is 'preparing fot
a summer's gardening campaign and
so is J. J. Cummings. Thc Rev.
Main, J. A. Hnitey, K. P. Moffnti
ami ,L Vt. McCallum aro around with
spade, rake and hoe doing business
along horticultural lines,
while James Ryan's miniature ranch looks as if
it would raise enough vegetables to
supply tlie wholf neighbothood. li.
J. Murphy ts devoting his energies to
his lawn and mountain ash trees and
Mavor Fink to. his carnations and
current bushes.' The lawn and trees
at the .1. D. Mcllridc and R. Patterson residences look line and the
home of Superintendent Brownlee, as
usual, is a' beauty spot. The
grounds around the homes of 11. Y,
Parker, James Henderson, A. C.
IKiwness. F. Wasson, ltev. Taylor, s.
R. Carson and' O-eorfie Powell show
signs ot the care that has been bestowed upon them. Although just
outside the city limits a tour ot the
rilv would not "he complete without n
visit to V. Hyde linker's magnificent
garden. Pof-years Mr. Haker has
tn*n planting -flowering shrubs and
perennials of all kinds, until today
liis 'garden is' one that would he ham
io beat In any part of the Interior ol
the province;' Coming down town,
while gardening has, of necessity, to
tie done in a more restricted area,
stilt there aro many beautiful gardens, notahlv tlww of Oeorge Itogers. wilh its magnificent n&eomes,
Dr. J. H. KiiiR, with its beautiful
Mower beds ami lylac trees, B. II.
Short's well kept lawn, Joseph
Brault's Italian garden at the Cana*
diaii holel and II. A. MpKowan and
A. M. Black's neat Hardens. Then
again there Is John Chohliteh's min-
inline experimental station on Han
son avenue, with ils iris, apple trees,
strawberries and roses. On the
same street Oeorge Hoggarth has
had his grounds swept ami garnished
while the Rev. Roheit Hughes has
made a veritable bower of the Methodist ehureh grounds A halt circle
has turn fenced in nl lhe govern
meiil municipal office and this will
lie planted under the direction ot «L
F, Armstrong, the government agent,
an.l will Include a Pri ver hedge. The
Canadian Pacific railway's garden at
the station is a good example ot
conventional bedding nnd, pretty   as
II looks now, in Another month It
will lie a sight worth walking a
long wav to see. At lhc St. Eugene hospital the Sisters will have a
erent garden, which will he a do
lh?ht to the patients of that Institution, whose 'everv comfort and pleasure Is tAe first'thorn-tit ol the Sis-
(its. To the *Tst of lhe town on
what is Known as Conductor's Hill,
Richard ftt'ewart is laving out Ilir
grounds slltrOui»lln< h-«- new home In
splendid istyle. D. Morton, U. P.
Tisdale, ,L Taylor and Thomas
Wardmniv'caeh have done a lot tn the
wav of ti4* planting and lawn ma-V
inV. P. Moffat, J. Flnnessey, C.
Itpdd and R. McNeil are all doinir a
lot, In ttie wa£of making their homes
attractive. It. BaMwIn, 0. NelHs
and D. MeKenna have made went
improvements to their surroundings.
\. Piggott. has a wonderful plaee.
Besides n verv vi-rtty ganUm nnd
lawn Mr. Piggott baa a great chicken run ibd h-Mreds of little chicks
nml young tnrkev's may he seen running rohnd .-the various yards looking
in the nes* ot health and condition.
Taking the matter ol gardens and
lawns as a whole, Cranhrook ls
•econd to no town In    the Interior,
hut there
[Movement,
is always room for im-
nnd although so many
esidents of Cranbrook have taken
in the gardening habit, still there
arc a numher who have not, and to
them he i.s said, it is not too late to
start now. Even at Wiis late date
lawns can be made and by sowing
lhe need a great deal of bloom may
he hail in the lale summer or early
fall. Make Cranlirook heautitul. The
names mentioned In this article, do
not in all probability, include nil
I host- who lmve devoted time ami attention to gardening, because it is
almost impossible to gather this hi-
lormaiioti absolutely accurately. Tbe
Herald will he glad, from time to
lime, to make additions to the list
of Cr.niliioiik giiidiiei.H and would
In- glad io hear from anyone who h.is,
hy iiindw't'luucc, been overlooked.
——♦	
ALDERMAN HUNT VISITS THE OIL
HtLDS
P. DoVere Hunt visited the proper-
i) ui uu.- Canadian Northwest Oil
company, southwest of 1*metier creek
uus weeK. In conversation with a
representative ot the Herald last
■■.-veiling, Air. Hunt said:
'iu compauy with Air. Matey D.
■Jotieii, iht.. agent of the company, 1
uruvu forty miles southwest ol Pineher Ureeft lu the Scone uf the oil
drilling operations. Tho company
mivu u camp wliich is most comlort-
.u,ie and thoroughly up-lo-da-te. 'the
.Hi.idiugs are all lhat could bo desir-
,-d and, wlieu J tell you that J. M.
-. iMtierinii, whom everybody in
tliis district knows as ono ot the
uesl cooks iu the west, is chef, yuu
can readily understand tbat the food
supply if ol the   very best. .Ur.
Ur.itieiiou is himsell the bolder ot
-mill uilly puid shares in tho cuiu-
iialiy auu* is one uf thu most eiitbus-
.asi'tc of thc working stall aial
.iiri-ii.ly can sec himself driving
around Cranbrook in an automobile,
Uie result of sume of his profits in
oil. The derrick is sl feel high and
tlie shall, hit and jars, arc lit) feet
.uug ot i\ LiH'h iron. This is cou-
I roiled hy a 2J inch Manila rope, of
whieh they have 3(1110 feet. At the
present time the boring is down 1600
icet. The drillers in charge appear
io be experts at the business, at
whieh lliey have had almost a lite-
t inies experience iu the Pennsylvania
,iu,l other oil tieiits. These experts
are satislied with ihe iudicaliionu and
are unanimous in the belief that they
,ue working in an oil belt,"
Mr. Hunt is satislied that the compauy i.s being run ou a business basis
no* expense ur trouble being spared to
j.,\:.n the object iu view.
'Drilling is   continued   throughout
ihe 21 hours and some idea of    the
in nt of steam necessary tu run tlie
li iu ul  may he gathered from the fact
"   t six cowls of wood are necessary
keep the   boiler running,"      con-
luiutil Mr. lluni,  "and, as a specula-
live invest ment, I have no hesitation
.saying that   the company is   do-
everything in its power to    give
ihe shareholders   a fair and    square
deal.     11 successful, those who   have
Invested iu this stock will have every
sou to congratulate themselves oh
■  of   the   most   successful invest-
uls tbey ever made.      Mr. Slater
in   charge Of thc   work   and feels
v confident as to the ultimate result."
LEAVING  FOR THE COAST
On next Snturdaj or Sunday lu.
F. K. King will leave for Vancouver,
where he wiil practice his profession
as a dentist In future. Dr. King
has been in Craubrook (or some live
years and during ihat time has built
up ;i huge practice. Owing, bow
ever, to ilie ill-health oi Mrs. King,
ii hits become necessary tor the doctor to seok a location near sea level,
henec the clinttgo ol location. Crau
brook's loss ir> Vancouver's gain as
the metropolis of the const is getting
one ot Cranbrook's most public-spirited citizens. Rverybqdy in -.'ran
niook will Ih. sorry to set; "Fred"
go, but ul lhe same time will wish
htm every kind of good fortune in his
new home ■tlowu by the sen." Mrs.
King, during her residence in
ook, by her pleasing ways, has
hlends of all who know her,
i departure will give rise to
a       feeling ol sincere    reg
ret among her acquaintances. Dr.
F. !■: King is a brother «>( Dr, J. II.
King, who represents this riding in
ihe provincial house, and M. B. King,
mnlmgcr of the King I.umber Mills,
Limited.
F. i:.
Cranio
inl  hi
HINTS ON GARDENING
First,
It
-By Courtesy of the Vancouver Saturday Sunset.
A SUGGESTION
[CRANBROOK
Dear   Sir:    Allow   me    to suggest.
through your   columns the advisabil- j
Ity of some attempt, being made   to i
secure tor the trades-people In   our
town an early closing day once      a |
week through the summer.    1    have
no doubt  the majority of the business!
men would gladly  welcome sueh        a '
proposal, and that some arrangement
that wouhl suit the wishes of all concerned could be adopted.     It is particularly   desirable      that   those   who
re ns so well should have       more
liberty    during  the     wai in   weal her,
nd more     time to enjoy   the       best
easou of the year.     A  good       long
vviU'v, or a drive, or a game of   ball
would go a long way to make       life
happier, and it would cortainly make
the week less monotonous.     It would
he well for us to avoM the bad habit
to which     many ol us are addicted,
: (bring our shopping    just- before
the stored close.    This Is causing un-
icecssar) (rouble and work, a'nd very
ifteu nli through     our own careless-
icss.      I  most  sincerely  trust        tho
business   meu   will take ibis matter
up, nnd that  if some plan can        he
adopted to close one day a week   at
an early hour, the saloons wilT    have
lhe courtesy to close thc bars also,
nnd thus give the bartenders a chance
to gel some fresh air loo.
I am, dear sir,
Yours faithfully,
Robert Hughes.
Crnnbrook Methodist    Church, Mav
27th.
BASEBALL
OUE
LEA-      HALF THE MILLS RUNNING
The last league game played was
i„i Tuesday evening when the C.P.R.
team beat'the Town team, the score
heing 10 to 11. The next game is
tomorrow evening, when the Town
will plav the Independents nnd on
Tuesday." June and, thc Town will-
ploj tlie
lime the
W. A. Anstie, secretary of the
Mountain Lumbermen's association,
who has made a tour of the district
covered by his organization, states
that oiie-hulf of the mills arc running
and while some more will start up
within the next few weeks, there will
be many which writ not run this summer.    The demand tor lumber comes
r- n n \*  n,.. ni-,,cnhi-IULr'      rue wiimiiu iui lumiiei   uoines
nne tbe    shmdlL nf the rcJf,Sl *"(«* Innn the northwest lerritor-
.      ,« i ffiu-i- respective ^ .   dependent upon the    state
«"ns is as follow*  k, i{u    ctopvs t^rc        Last year's
Played Won Lost P.C. Prnps being a failure to a largo   ex-
I
Town   "-
Independents 'i
Mac 2*1, Town vs. I
tie,
An exhibition baseball match
twoen the O.P.R. team and the
team was played last evening,
suiting in n score of Hi to 1-1
favor of the t
of the game   wns
6R7 tent the cut up lumber remained
.500 tlra bands of the mills.
.333    Next fall and winter it is probable
11-11 j that conditions will again be normal.
.    iln the meantime the lumbermen   arc
''f* I asking lor a duty of $2 per thousand
'J'1 on lumber from Washington and    the
"'"Icnited States generally.     It  is un-
i .   ,. "Mderstood this is likely to lie sustain-
„,;^^^Ki"lh^««govern,„c»t
runs with one Mr, by William Matthews. When he went to Imt the
bases were full. He struck tho first
ha'l thai was pitched, and sending il
nearly over to the hospital, brought
lhe three men home and se
home run.
WHAT BONNERS FERRY SAVS
see that your soil is suitable,
i     have a iicht rich loam     in
your backyard, or garden, vou    are
fortunate, but. this i.s unusual   so    a.
treatment     with   well rotted stable I,
manure,    wool ashes and bone meal ;..
will be in order.     Where clay     pre- I.,
dominates,   sain! also should "be .uld-
eil.
The s..:i must Ih- thoroughly dug,
mixed and made fine ami smooth.
After that it need only be stirred occasionally, which may lie done during
weeding. The weeding should be
i horoiigh.
Plant your vegetables In rows, as
this is always a convenience In working them.
By economy ot space and time you
may double your results, as, for instance, when the spinach i*-. done,
beans may immediately be put in its
plaee, and peas may follow the
beans in the same spot. Spread
fertilizer as soon ns the ground is
cleared before putting in the next
crop. As a rule, a variety of crops
Is better in one spot, though if tbe
soil is well enriched, beans may follow beans and pea.-;, peas. etc.
Knough asparagus for a family ol
eight may be grown In four rows
twenty-five feet long and thro* feet
apart.' The trenches should be sixteen indies deep, with six indies ..f
well rotted manure In the bottom,
nnd four indies of good garden soil
above. Spread the roots of the
plants oul carefully, and set ihem
eighteen inches apart. Then fill up
with soil.
Cauliflower may ho grown lo advantage between the rows of asparagus to get the beneiit ol the rich soil.
Deans musl not be sown until thc
season is fairly assured, as they are
sensitive to frost. Thev notW not
he sown more than two inches deep In
tows eighti-en inches apart. When
(he firsl crop is ahmit (our Inches
high the second may he put in and
:-o on. For a family ol eight plan!
two quarts.
The beets may be put in quite
early awl crops grown at intervals
of threo weeks. Sow two inches
deep and thin out when a few inches
above the ground.
A rich heavy soil Is needed for
onions. Com is planted in hills
three feet from each other, four or
live kernels to a hill. Enrich the
Etotl well for corn.
If the weather is dry for the latrr
plantings of the peas, soak the seeds
for twenty-tour hours before putting
MARKET
G\RDKNlSO
WHITE MEN
oughly mixed antl wetted down from
time io Unit' and applied to tbe land.
as required. There are other very.
Important points, such as the quality ,
of seed used and this Is a point whew
the Chinese gardner falls down, be«- ■
auso lie will not pav the prica. Ar*
anglng operations so as to get mriy
orops of ihe various veget-awts is a
mattei which should be studied, aad*
preparing the product for market Hi
.iii attractirc form should uc* to*
overlooked. There is no reason wfcy. ■
this dislriet should not become «
great producer ol vegetables of all
kinds .md that the market g*tdMM*.
of this part of the country should Mfc-
make a reputation as groweta ■ ol
vegetables of quality, just in Uke
some way as Mr. Wigen, of Crtsttu,
has made a reputation for Us trtra^-
bcrrtos. Keep an eye oa market
'■Millennia as one ol the coming to-
dustrles ol the Cianbrook dtttrtrt.
 4 ,
OVER BONN1NGTON  FALLS
Lasl Sunday at ahoul noon three
men met their death by hoing swept
ovei the falls of (he Koolonay river
;ii lloniiingloii.    Their names    were
I'iidtlv" Miles, Jack Sharpies ami
.lohn Kieliimuid. "Paddy" Miles
lind hivu iu British Columbia since
ihe seventies and at one time was
provincial constable at Nelson. Ile
was well   known all over the Koote-
a\s and was supposed to be (15 years
f age. Jack Sharpies was at one
lime nu instructor iu the Coldstream
Guards and served in the late South
Urlcan war. He was a great ath-
leie ami played football with tho
Nelson team. He was abmit 35
vears nf age. John Richmond was a
voung Englishman, 22 years of age,
and hatl only recently come to the
Kootenays. ' It seems that the three
men were endeavoring to cross    the
iver in a small boat nnd that they
i^vt too far down   stream and   were
ventuully swept over the falls,
(hough, eye witnesses say, they
fought hard   to bring thc boat   into
lie shore.
HltlGADE      FOR
BROOK
CRAN-
ATTENTION, REBEKAHS!
The Rev. C. <>. Main and the Rev.
It. Hughes are making preparations
(o start a hoys brigade in the near
future. Correspondence has been
in tint: on for some time with the
authorities and the arrangements are
Hearing completion. Boys from ten
years of nge will be eligible, nml
after six drills, those who have attained proficiency will be allowed to
wear the regulation cap, belt and
haversack. In addition to drilling,
practical instruction will be given
In gymnasium work nnd altogether
the scheme will be a good thing for
the lads in the city. Announcements
will be made later regarding applications for membership.
"■ ♦	
NEW
FLVG    FOR    SUBMARINE
VESSELS
All submarines in tho British navy
ow (lv a flag, a part of the design
-f which is three white mice. There
is a reason for this. When the submarine is submerged the air is under
pressure and Is apt to heeome foul
and it is for this reason that the
white mice are carried as part ot
tlie ships company. These little
animals are so sensitive to every
variation In nlmospbcrlc pressure
that If anything goes wrong w-ith the
nir supply thev show it at once by
Iheir actions and thus enable the
crow of the submarine to bring the
boat to the surface before any harm
could take place. The navy department allow three cents a day per
mouse for the maintenance of this
service. Tbis is the reason why the
three white mice are on the flag ol
the submarine.
A GREAT AUTO TRIP
      Speaking of the baseball games
ed a j Cranbrook on the two race days, the
Bonners Ferry Herald says:
! "Several hundred people witnessed
the game, including quite a crowd
Irom Bonners Ferry and all are well
pleased and say it was one of the
best games played in that part of
the country tor some time. Our
boys were well cared for while in the
city. There was nothing too good
for them. The Cranbrook boys are a
fine bunch of sociable lads, and they
made every effort to show our boys
a good time, and from all reports tht
boys enjoyed every minute of theirs.
Como and see lis. boys, for Boimers
Ferrv will extend tb you the "glad
hnnd.*'
METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday, May SL
Tho pastor wlll preach morning and
evening.
Sunilny School and Bible class at
three. Evening song at 7.30. Rub-
iect: "Is the Gospel Worn Out?"
Tuesday—Kpworth League at «.
PROVINCE
A   FAT CHE-
V Hvde Baker. J. F. M. Pinkham,
Dr. tl, H. King and Dr. Bonnell
made a trip to Windermere m Mr.
Baker's big white steamer car last
week. \t Wasa thev were joined by
R. E. Beattie and E, H. Small, who,
toeethcr with N. Hanson went north
In Mr. Hanson's Rambler car, the
[two aulos travelling in company.
I The pnrtv express themselves as de-
... •     j.      ** l   t Li I lighted with the look of Mie    north
Tl„',e wlll 1* t, npi-clnl m-a-th.* ol , \t^^~f,'mLK,V,",«?, *., ''""'"" ■*"••• «* a--v»*»m«it it is
Mtilili- Liml Itolifknli loitue at theit l-»-**<i- *" "l'l meet at .1.30 In the mau„j. All were loud In their
hall Krlilav evening, May 2»th,    at' atternoon. praises   ol the   hospitality    ol the
II o'eloek to arrange lor -delegate to j ({CTt, Snmi-ay, June 7Hi, sw-eiiil nil- I"*-!*! °' Wlmleriiiere, Atbalmer,
the Oraml Assembly. A lull attend- . to jjuJL ,. ,h„ mMn\M „mi Wilmer .-md other points In that dis-
nnec is desired. j.™ ]° mmim "• 1lw "f "n^ "™ triet.    Thc steam eat behavod   pcr-
Mrs   S  McLean, N.O.        | the missionary award, will he distrl- rw,t|Vi nn    hitch ol   any klmHiaving
Ella .Iphiwton, Secretary,   butted. taken plaee to mar tht trip.
Tlie poll tax ol $500 on each Chi*i-
cse immigrant into Canada brought
the Federal treasury last year no
less than »6!ltl,00tl. The tutu! arrivals ol Chinese were 1,380. Under
the terms ol the act, hall Ihe tax
goes to the Dominion and halt to
Britisli Columhia, where nearly al)
the Celestials remain. The finance
department is forwarding a cheque
t„ tbe provincial government for
Miri.OOO, Iieing hall the total
amount received. The entries ol
Chinese in otlier protrinces were
(,.11,-ws: Ontario, 1, Saskatchewan, 1;
New Brunswick, 4; Nova Sootla, 3
Quebec, 74.
PREMIER McBRIDE AND MINIS-
TERS WILL BE HERE FRIDAY
In spile ot Chinese competition,
there is a splendid opening in this
district for white men as market
giirdners. Although the heather.
Chinee lives on less than tlie white
man, still thc white man's intelligence, properly applied, will enable
him to out-class the Chinaman, both
in quantity and quality. Intensified
market gardening, as practised in the
British Channel Islannds and in the
north ol France, of course modified so
as to suit this climate, is orobably
the coming method whereby the while
man can make a good living off a
small acreage hy growing vegetables.
In the north of France it js no uncommon thing tor a man, with the
help only of his family, to make
fl'jflO a vear off of half an acre of
land by ' the use of frames, hand
glasses and so nn. A full description of these methods are published
from time to time in the various agricultural papers. The main thins
needed To create a market is quality.
Frank T. Shutt, chemist of the
Dominion experimental farm, recently
delivered an address to the vegetable
growers of Eastern Ontario and
speaking iffi the subject of quality,
said:
"■Duality ranks in importance with
enrjiness and is to lie considered before quantity. It fs essential. It is
lhe factor that largely determines
the commercial value of our product
though I regret to say that in this
country our people, the purchasers
and consumers, are not as particular
in this matter as tbey might be. Appearance and si7.e are fairly good indications of quality, but they are alwavs infallible. I think one ought
to'he able to establish a reputation
in vegetables ns one can In butter and
milk and eggs.
Quality in vegetables implies succulence, erispness, good flavor, ab-
of woody fibre or stringiness
and pungency and bittemess. Take,
for instance, the early beets and turnips—to be palatable there must he
i development of woody fibre;
dishes must be crisp and free from
pungency; lotttcc must not be tough
anil hitler. How are we able to obtain quality, apart from that inherent to and governed bv the variety?
Bv a quick and uninterrupted erowth
—the development must In* rapid
continuous—herein lies success as ie-
gards quality—nnd to n lame extent
enrlines.s. nn important matter from
the standpoint r.l profit. It is thus
evident that the first question we
ha^e to answer is what are the factors, the conditions that lead to this
rapid growth?"
Mr. Shutt went nn to say tbat the
texture of the soil itself was of the
greatest importance. "It must not
lie too heavy," lie said, "that Is,
sand rather than clay must be predominant and it must be rich in
vegetable matter as derived from the
liberal application of farm manures."
Drninnae is n matter that Mr. Shutt
goes into very fully, the aim being
to have a warm, moist, mellow,
well-derated soil, so as to allow for
rapid root- development. The soil,
so as to allow of rapid growth,
which is the secret of crisp and well
flavored vegetables, must be capable
ot retaining moisture, of holding air,
of readilv warming under the sun's
mvs nnd of heing responsible to application ot
Outside ot
K GREAT BALL GAME
THE LEAN'S BEAT THE FATS MV
ONE UL'N
(t*i Mondav alteration a praceiBloo.
beaded by tit*.- Cranbrook eily bald,
mif-M have been seen wro-ding * h-k
,\.it down lt*.\ti sttovt and tutntnz
ii, tin- direction ,.| the. fcuebalt
grounds near the station. Ti» oc-
1'nsioii was ., game ol baseball ke-
tnttii tin- Fals .iml the Learn Is *U
of thc Cranbrook city band. -Tlw
procession was worth v-alleing a lost
wa) to stv. Tin* awl times oi b-JU.
teams were such as to entitle IMu.
to tl„- term unique- Among tls*
Pats, i;,v:s, Hoggarth, as . a
Tyroiist peasant, K I:. Mce.it>, aa
HaUli r.. :.,, tU- imspnkaMe
Tui,. H. .i"iu-s. as Uie --Rowecy
KM," ... llullock. as -Ike "Big
Swede," I, I Elmer, .is a Croat, **
tween an ancient ltoman soldier aud
thc Mikado of Japan, t'harles VeauJi.
as M,<> Hagarty, T. Itiilllps as
"I'atrick Honrty," .1. P. Ktnk aa
* UK.,1, Ik,*.'- and .lames McNeil ai
"Dutch Jake" wero as tunny aa luuay
could be. Tin- Loans w.-re i-epresrst-
t,l t,v William Laidlaw, as -Bob Hoy
McGregor," tt W. McIHwald, ai a
Xew V-'tk white wing, W, R. OmMi
,i>, ,i New Brunswick lumber tack,
.1 T. Hums, as 'Mary Ann ol ' tbt
now dircctolre gown,' F. K. Beaeb,
as "Dully Vardcn." F. Patton aa a
newsboy, Hill Jones as a "Mnow-
ball," tt. S, Ward as a lumbar tMon
ninl w. Harrington, who was not- In
costume and who took tlie plan el
Beaeb when he was hurt in tto be-
gitming oi the iourtb inning. lite
une itself was one continual round
surprises Hoggarth proved Moll a veritable three year old txAi/,
when it came down to steaMtf bene.
■•Baldy" Morris was a host In hto-.
sell, his white bloomers and red
la were tl„* cause ol much -metrt-
m. nt as he ran from baft to ba*g.
iilEiitv ile■'•■'-■ii with bia tow «•»»
Dutch hat, kept those spectators mho
•tore near second base in a eouUM
uproar by his antics. "Cbatllb"
1 candle made a first-class catches
and added a great deal to the b-Harity
...f thc eair.o bt* his runttinc fire ot
remarks, n J. Elmer and J. T.
Fink, as pitchers, created a great
deal of enthusiasm. J. T. Bums, In
a wonderlul costume ol tbe directoire
.,'i a merry widow bat, was
,.,,** of the must amusing fiftum
among thc Loans. VC. R. Orubb ***
ll,e only man in the two teams who
did not scorf-. but he made up lor It
t,y tho ma-CTiificent way io which bs
;„,r-ravod a lumber jack. Bill Jows
(Snowballi was a -treat catcher tod
the way in which he sprinted alter
Oeorge Ho-zzarth time aod time
a-"-.lit, was        amusing.      He
is the only basnbult
catcher in the world who can put u*a
., protector (pet first. A coBeetioB
was taken up for the band v-hteb
amounted to something over Way
d-.llars. Throughout the afternoon
tlio band reulerod selections wh-ieh.
as usual, wore much enjoyed he tiie
larso crowd present. Fnd Ritchie
and Chiel Dow male excellent urn-
linos, despito the fact that Iron time
to time they wore called down hy
:!:,* players and the spectators. Pol
an impromptu trame there has im*
to-tliint: more enjoyable is Cranhrook
for many a long day. Following le
the score:
Fats-
(ioo. Ilotitarth. 1st base .
.las. McNeil, 2nd base 	
Phillips, 3rd base 	
Chas.  Yeandle, c	
It   Elmer, s.s. and p	
I   P. Fink, p. and s.s	
F. B. Morris, r.f	
Harry Jones, c.I. ,......« ...
Mock, 1.1	
 1
....I
....1
 «
....I
 >
 I
Trtal 	
U-aiis
It:!!   Jones, c	
I*'   I'atton. p	
Wm   Laidlaw*. 1st
•Beach, 2nd b	
Harrington, 2nd ...
I, McLean, 3rd b.
w McDonald, s.s..
W.  II. firubb, I.l.
.1.  T.  Hums 	
tt. S, Ward 	
.11
...,-»
 «
 J
 »
..:.:»
...I
 1
...»
 >
...I
.in-aj
Total   N
■Beach hurt in 1st hall ol first aod
Harrington substituted.
I
BURNS flETS THF. CONTRACT
Messrs. P. Hums A Co. ham *'.
awarded the contract ol supply
fresh meat to all the camps
Messrs. Foley, Welch & Stewart, th*
railway contractors, along the male
lint- east Irom Prince Rupert and lof
tlie Kilamaat branch. The under-
taking i.s a big one, the details ol
wliich will be arranged by Mr. Dominic Hums, of Vancouver. Hat* the
construction is in lull swing Mr.
Hums will have to feed about 5,000
railway laborers. The contract lot
ithe next two vears will rim Into     1
SSUrSThrtniMlr' ™">' Mni «"** <* **
anures ond commercial urs*  .	
nU'F.X POSTPONF.D
fertilizers,  Mie compost heap should I
Premier    McBride,   Hon.   H.     E. he a cherished    asset of thc market * 	
Young, minister    ol education,    and gardner, and there should he always 	
W.   .?!     Bowser,   K.C,   will be in a young mountain ol chopped up sod I   Owing to   the incleraiacy of      the
Cranbrook tomorrow evening       and piled In alternate layers with stable weather the seennd days rating    at
will aiMress   a non-partisan meeting, manure that Irom the cow stable be- Calgary,   which should hare     takes
On Saturday Hut ministers will visit Ine thc hrst.    This Is allowed to rot  place on the SBth, has been ppstpo**.
Fernie. and should be spaded over and thor- od until June Hth. THE  OKANBISOOK   HKIIALI)
A
Constant State of War.
lo successfully ■'"
which llie almosp
ordinary tuuu.
extra strenytb and
iLi.it the grinu ot disease and s!cltn«s, of    1
lere is full, vuu need minething more than    1
\ daily cup oi "BOVRIL" will «ive tlie    1
vitality to enable you to wccesifully resist    1
any altack.
Ke<.p"BOVRiL'
in the house.
M       1
A BREAK IN THE CONSERVATIVE I FATHER COCOLA TALKS
CAMP OF THE NORTH
t.llaw,,, May M.-J'hil-Hl in W| jfew Wcstn.in.vtcr, May lU.-Rev.
camp „t my iriends was the oM™*»-]p-Ufe, c'occola, of lhc Koi.iau C.uho-
w ill ten ovei    one of  till    wllljulgn ',*   M|i s,      t uk f      .
-scamUls" of the   oppositioo todaj.;m 4 btl,; lh)
The reckless and   ""I"*-™* •*■« latest and probably thc most autlicu-
l„.»u„    u-sterday by   His  Majestys lj(, ucws jum l|K) sa.|lc, uf m Kil|d.
loyal
opposition'upon Canada's    na-
iay     rivei   gold   excitement.
He
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HIUD OFFICE, TOHOHTO
a, t. WALKER, Prt.ld.ot
ALEX. LAIED, G.n.r.1 Min.f el
A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent ol
Branches
esi.hi.isuu> iee.
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
ReSt, - - - 5.000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Brunches throujhoul Canada, antl In Ue OUW States and Etful
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINGS TRANSACTED
OOMMISOIAL *XO F*HME»r MMI, OMCOUNTIDI
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Dei-walls ol $1 iniil iip.va.ds received, end Intereet allowed •!
au,?;.' SL TU. dapositor is aub|«s. .« no Mat wta£r« ta
Uu, withdrawal ol the whole or wiy portion ul the depoett.
Mnny of Vou are tV'iirinf*; on
Building Your Own Homes
m.hffl ,,l' paying I'ullt.    Wo l-fipieSOIll tlo'
Canadian Birkbeck Investment & Savings Co.
nl Toronto, nnil wo t* iinnu-nil you In bcc ns lirst,
iib iv,* e-n.ii In-Ill yon l(i l.nil.l your home.
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ciiriiud in a tlrocury.
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I The Nome of Up-to-Date Tailoring
In spring Xninn* creates anew in li«lil mid forest.
What more Ktting tiuit* to discard the sombre dress of
u-inter and array oneself in clothes which fittingly
roHeet lhc j.,y of life outdoors under sunny skies.
ITotir i:;ireful roview of our spring eshlblt will suggest
un appropriate seloetion,
Leask C& Henderson
THK   IM' IT) DATE   TAILOR.-*
tional   array,   a    sptytacle in it-sell fc    k   m b-Mom m. „, llie ,
iiiiiuiif and unparalleled in any otner
com,tit    assumed   an amusing Phase
loda) »l"'" Hie attacking ioree   was
suililciilt assailed witli a raking fusil-
*,ile (roil, lliolt own camp.   The   guns
won* hurriedly   reversed and instead
ol being turned   on the    government*
won- directed    at one ol Hie opposition's Iriends i„     wit. Col,      ham
Hughes,    to    apply   tlie   term usi-d
against lhc Itoss rifle bv its enemies,
tii,- bolt   «liicli Hie opposition   shot
yesterday "Me« haol*;" i'"a scattered
in dismay anil confusion those    who
shol   it '     Tlu- uovernment members
sat    quietly   enjoying the  delightful
sucetaclo „i seeing tlie gallani Colonel
ir,,,,, Victoria llaliburtoii mltuimstor
a scathing   criticism ol Uie unjustiti-
ahic and unpatriotic attempts ol Ms
own political   Iriends to make political capital   regardless ol tacts     or
(ail  plav.     L'ol. Hushes arraignment
,,i Uu- chief   critic ol the Itoss rifle,
L'ol.   IVorthlngton as   a disappointed
place hunter, vcublng his auger      111
loohius up fliargt's Ihal might rolled
on the mililia ilepal'tuicnt wus deliver!.I willi characteristic bliiutness ami
vigor.     The mislakes ol llie Cdliscr-
valid*  party were told lo Uiem    on
the lloor t,I  the    commons in terms
thai dul not mince matters.    Caucus
secrets were blunted   out ill     open
lortuii. 	
The Conservatives, lie declared,
knew    lie   had    done right iu voting
against lite Manitoba School Act,
null (or the Yukon Kailway Ilill. Tlio
day would come when they would
hate lo admit Unit hit was light ill
defending llu- Itoss rill.-. Sir Cltas.
Tupper, Im declared, bad urged upon
Iln, iiN-inlnlslnr ol Ihe Interior, tlio
neoessiiv oi an all Canadian railway
to lhc Yukon bul wben lhe hill was
ililloilill'i'll Iln- Hon. (1. K. l-'oslei luui
btl stub an agitation tlial . Sit
cii.ulos hail been compelled lo cupi-
tillalc ami vole against lhe vol)
measuio he himself had suggested. In
tlie Inst Conservative caucus Sir
iittk-s bail ntittsililetl in Ottawa,
minuctl the outspoken Colonel, he
bail spoken oi Iwo mistakes the
party bad made, one being their failure lo loyally support tlie Liberal
pari) In securing a Canadian route
l„ < in- Yukon. To Mr. Foster himself some hot shot was bunded Out.
The promptness ol the lalter to suspect graft in everv government action Was effectively retorted 1„.
Oeorge \V. Fowler followed. In an
Ill-judged impact lo offset thc effect
,,I Col. Hughes criticisms, the member for Kings Albeit bitterly attack-
.1 his party colleague, practically accusing him of cowardice and being
kicked uut of South Alrica. His re-
rks displayed iieitbcr good taste
nor any .sense of dignity ami brought
hack some bitter retorts from Col.
Hughes In which the word -•coward-
It" was Hung out with straight effect. Mr. Fowler's reply only add«l
o Uie discomliliirc ol the leaders
it ting in silent dismay on the oppo-
silion front benches.
When the vote came ou Colonel
\Vorl hingtoifs aincniliiieut to the nne
lion to go into supply, only eighteen
supporters could lie rounded up by
whip Tuylor.
Tin, imedilyiiig spectacle of leading
opposition members flying at each
other's liiroats was most, illuminative, as showing the utter lack of
cm roi which iMr. llorden has over
his following. He has had many
uncomfortable experiences with, his
friends of late. Today's experience
*K, 11(10 anil that* ol the associate
iuilges $7,000 each.
MEETINCI OF PRIESTS OF KOO-
TI'INAY  IHSTHICT
There was a meeting ol all tho
priests ol this distriet lust Monday
at* the St. Kugene Mission, for the
purpose of installing in office tiu-ii
new superior, Iteveri'lid Fiishcr .1.
M. Tavernier.
j   llev. Father Tavernier came to this
'district in the   month ol September,
i
Till-) CllANBROOK CITY BAND
It was impossible last week, owing
to the rush, tor thc Herald t-o speak
ttrt«|iiately about the Cranbrook city
liatwl and the splendid work they did
In helping lo make the race meeting
the unqualified success it was. Under
the leadership of Bandmaster Austin
the band looked wry smart in their
new dark blue uniforms and tbeir
rendition ot the various selections
during the raes, on both t'he lirst and
second day, leth nothing to he desired. Outside of special occasions the
band give regular weekly open air
concerts at, iheir band sband, which
are enjoyed by a large number of the
citizens, Craubrook has now a first-
class band and it- should tie encouraged and supported as it deserves, as
oin* of lhe best public institutions iu
tin" city. Kvery credit is due to the
band boys for the way they have
stuck lo (heir work and it is to he
hoped that tliey will lie able to keep
lhe good work going.
\ HK! FURNITURE CONTRACT
Thu contract for supplying all ol
tin- furniture, carpets, linoleums,
beds, bedding, etc., lor thc new
(ileal Northern hotel at Michel, ol
which Messrs. .McCool ,V Moore
proprietors, lias been awarded to Ilill
A Co., of Ihis dly. Considering lhe
numher of large business houses in
Kits) Kootenay il speaks volumes for
Hit- ijuallty of the goods carried and
lhc prices charged by Ilill *Si Co. Mr.
Ilalsall lelt for Michel on Thursday
ovoning to superintend the installing
of the furniture and W, Harris followed on Kriday morning tu assist In
the same wnrk.
thai the ltigeiiika is a secoud Moii-
dyke, although he allirms ihal some
good paying 'mines are being worked
in lhat country. When he left
Stuart Lake un the way out to Ash-
croft, the land was still deeply covered with snow, and work was impracticable (or u mouth or so. The only
report ot a largo clean-up that. the
reverend father heard was from three
men who claimed to have taken oui
six thousand dollars iu a very short
time. As iu the authenticity of the
report lie could not say. Kail ier
Coccola states that there has been
considerable trouble over the ownership of the discovery claim at the
new. fields, the linal decision of thc
gold commissioner giving the title to
Johnson Bros-, who proved that they
had slaked tin' claim before the putties wlm had been holding it. Candle
brothers arc working on Manson
creek, a tributary of the Oinineca.
All tlie miners who went in last year
he states, arc well satislied Willi
llieir luuiiiii<,i-i, although none ol t'lieiu
nave struck it very tieh.
Tlie rush io the Findlay country
has already commenced anil the routu
to Aslicroft was lined with a stream
ol tol'lune-seekers, some "hooting it,"
others with pack liorses. Thai they
will have a hard journey Is tlu* opinion of the reverend father, ail hough
the road has lieen much improved liy
government work al the canons lasl
year. Supplies are still very scarce
in the country as a result of thu
wrecking of two of the provisions
boats on the .Skeena river last year.
Many persons were forced to leave
the country during the winter for this
reason,
Worli on Hie (J. T. I*. is being rush
i'ii ou this section of lite country,
three part its laboring on the local ion
id the transcontinental between Foil
lieoigr and Fraser lake. Other parties are working in the viciuii*y, although Father Coccola did uot .know
exactly where Ihey weie camped, lie
had also heard that there, were parlies of Canadian Norlhorn surveyors
in the vicinity, hul he had seen milling ot Ihem himself, lu view of lhe
oinpetitiuu between the two railroad
oinpanies foi first place to the coast
ie thought that the report was
probably correct.
A great deal of Interest tn the
northern country attaches al the present time the action uf the liuggou-
lieims at Bullion creek, lifty miles
tliovfc Williams lake. This mine is a
Mizzle which lhe miners are unable to
solve. Last year it was fully believed that the Ouggeuheims intended
abandon the property, operations
bad ceased and all the plant was
Id. Now, within the past few
weeks, an army of men have appeared uu the scene, new buildings are going up and the construction of a
large ditch that will cost millions of
dollars, has been commenced. The
ompany is running special stages to
and from Aslicroft, fetching in more
men, mostly .laps, to work at the
mine. The work has been hampered
iu past years by a lack of water, and
lliis defect, it is evident, the new
ditch is iiitcnded-to remedy, although
tliere will bo sufUcicnt this" year for
all purposes, from present indications.
Settlement is steadily advancing in
the Stuart Lake country, says Father Coccola, who expresses regret that
so much of the lamls has been permitted to pass into the hands of
companies. One corporation, lie
says, lias two aud a half million
acres of land, which it is selling to
settlers at twelve dollars per acre,
holding oat as an inducement easy
terms mid the loan of all necessary
farming implements. -Quite a large
number of farmers have made the district their homo, and last year secured excellent crops, mostly oats, from
the land. A large crop of oats was
sown in expectation uf a heavy demand by the survey parties of' the
(J.T.I*., to whom it, is being disposed
of at live cents a pound.
Trapping during the past winter
lias been very slack, owing to the
wild ness of the weather, which has
enabled Mie furbeariug animals to enjoy more freedon than Is usual.
I!»u;"i, and took up his residence
Fernie, tnnn which place he visited
the Catholic population ol the surrounding towns. Me is now by thu
dut'ies of his charge superintendent of
all the Catholic missions and stations from kootenay Lauding to
Crows Nest.
At the same meeting Rev. Father
.). Meissner, O.M.I., ol Fernie, was
hosei) as a delegate to represent the
Fathers at a convention of the clergy
whieh is to take place next July, tu
the bishop's palace at New West;
minster. Father .1. Meissner is a
D.I), of the Gregorian University in
Home.       Horn     iu Germany in ls','s
mi ordained priest in 1IHW, Fathei
Meissner came to Fernie in November, Hhll, and has helped the Father
in charge, devoting his particular attention to the Catholics of Italian
iind Slavonian nationality, father
.1. Meissner speaks fluently ia the
German, Kuglish, French, Italian,
Slavonian and Latin languages ami
is thus able to meet all the exigen
cics of the cosmopolitan Catholic
population of this country.
Father L. Choinel, "Ml
FARMERS, ATTENTION!
Irrigate! Irrigate!! Irrigate!!! Now
is Hie time to get a Fairbanks-
Morse Gasoline Engine and Pumping
Outlit ami he prepar'M for dry
weather. For sale by Pal more
Hros.
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Imperial Bank ol Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,(100,000
$4,925,000
$4,925,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed un Deposits Irom dale el deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
;: Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
VICTORIA BAY
Last Sundav was tlie-'inirtversary
of Ihu birth of Queen Victoria. Thu
3llli uf May has been a holiday for
mosi of us from our earliest youth
und lhc continuation of its eelebra
lion, to keep green in the memory of
Heltons everywhere, thc remember-
ancp of "Victoria, the good," of an
net, which' is highly to he commended. Victoria day should lie kept
up as a permanent institution, not
only in (-anada hut throiigout the
Hritish Empire.
FOOTBALL
The Beavers and the Rovers played
great game ou Thursday ulght,
ie game was a very even one,
though the Beavers got three goals
before the Rovers scored. Archie
Elwell saved the situation with two
magnificent dribbles taking the hall
trom one end of thp field to the other and putting through the opponent's
goal on both occasions. The score
was *i to 3.
Get acquainted with
Black Watch
the big black plug
chewing tobacco. A
tremendous favorite
everywhere, because of
its richness and pleasing
flavor. -.,
STOVE WOOD LENGTH SLABS
$2.35 ii IniMl.     Ust sl-i
Km* K.ik-
son's cut.
Box 112
T. lliiywooil.
8-:if
tr,,iHiii,i«in Kou COAL
VVasliin-Rtoii, May 2*l.-*-Ap|iroxii!iate-
ly $5,000,1100 is tlm estimate ut the
tost ul Hu; ciin! consumed l,y the Al-
liiiitic l,i,itl,-.lri|, ili-i-l wlu-n it will
have liiiislii-il ils course arotiml the
worlll, Tim estimate of llu, cost
ol coal necessary to move Uus Ikt'i.
from Nun Fruiicisr,, to Hamilton
It,,,nls i,r ,v.ii of Honolulu, Manila
ji„l i*l„* Suez i-uniil Ims lieen reported
l,\ llie i'iiii-1 nf llu, bureau of t',|iii|i-
nicnt us amounting in $2,030,000,
Tlie ,invy ,l,*[,,ii*tn„'i,t hus lieen in re-
ci'i|il nl mi iiHU'iitl communication
from llie Australian government offering In furnish without cost Uiu
coal required during the visil ol
command in Australian wui.'i-s.
course the govctllilioilt could l
think of accepting such an oiler i
arrangements liuvt- tim-i, made to
American cal lor tiie entire cruise
llu*
.l.tl'S It'll.I, NOT COMB
IN  Till*:    COUNTY    COURT    Ol*
HAST   KOOTKNAY   IIOI.IIIIN
AT WILMER, n. C.
Between Harold K. Forsier cany
itill on liusiiiess under the name ol
llie Peterborough Trading Company,
plaint ill, and Charles I-.stincre, ile
frndunt.
Take notice that Hie aiiove named
plaintiff has commenced an action
against you in this Court claiming
to recover judgment against you for
lhe sum ol $.1:15.211, Iieing lhe amount
ol four promissory notes made by
you in his favor and interest thereon,
iind Unit an order has been made
providing lor the service upon you of
llie Summons by publication of this
in,tic iu four consecutive issues ol
Hie Cranbrook "Herald" newspaper
And lurther take notice that thu
dispute note herein may ho filed with
lbe Registrar of this Court at
Wilmer, 11. <'., witliin right day.
after the last publication oi this
notice.
The ilnle nf the first publication of
this  ice is -May 28th, 100s.
Hugh Macdonald,
Solicitor Ior the Plaint iif.
To Charles Kstmere,
Above named delciidant.        10-U
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thnt alter
thc expiration ol sixty days from
the date of the lirst publication
hereof Richard G. Barnwell, ol
Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, inlends to submit to the
Honourable the Chiel Commissioner
of Lands and Works a proposal
under thc provisions ol tbe Rivers
and Streams Act and Amending Acts
lot* the \ight to improve thc Skook-
ii,„i*hncli Creek, in East Kootenay,
for a distance up stream ot about
II (nine) miles Irom its junction
with the Kootenay River, and lo improve the tributaries ol the said
creek, and to remove obstructions
from the same nnd tributaries thereof, and to make same lit for the
driving. Sorting, storing, booming
and rafting of logs, timber, lumber,
rafts and crafts, and also for the
right to collect tolls thereon.
The lands and waters to be affected
are the said Skookumchuck Creek and
its tributaries, the lands included in
special limber licenses Nos. 1110:10,
1517,1, 1517*1, 15171, 15172, 151118,
100.11, 10502, I8.'17:t, 15175, 15170,
Ifilllll, 1115,11, 1 kit I and Lots 11033,
lllllll, 0015, 11021, 01122. 7222, 8155,
Group I, Knntenny District, ami vacant Crown I.anila.
Kal.il al Criinhronk, B.C.,       this
sil, day ol May, A.I). 1908.
W. F. aunl,
Solicitor for Richard (1. Barnwell
Mt
IN   TIIK    COUNTY    COURT    OF
KAST KOOTENAY   llol.DKN
AT WILMER, 11. C.
Between lliuolil K. Forsier carry-
lug on business under lbe name ,',<
lbe Pelorbflrough Trading Companv,
plaintiff, aud R. O. .lenuinas, di'-
letiilonl.
Take nnticc tlial the above named
plaintiff bas commenced an action
against you in litis Cnurt claiming
I'over judgment against mil for
sum nt $1711.20, amount
if a promissory noli- mad,- liy
vol, in liis favor nnil interest thereon,
and that nu order has hci-n made
providing for the service upon you of
lbe Summons by publication ol this
notice in four consecutive issues of
lhc Cranlirook "Herald" newspaper.
And further take notice that Hie
Nelson Daily News: Geo. P. Wells dispute note heroin mav Iw filed with
and a companion hart a narrow es- the Registrar ol tills Court at
cape from drowning on Sunday alter- Wilmer, It. C, wit-bin eight days
noon. Thcr were fishing up the lake|after the last publication ol this
and wen- engaged in bringing in   to'notice.
the cunoc a *„od slued char whin thel   The date of tlw first publication ol
canoe ctpsi-,',1.       The cries ol    the this notice is Mav 28Mi, 1008,
men brought sonic nearby ranchers to Hugh Macdonald,
their assistance and thev were linally | Solicitor lor the Plaintiff,
brought to shorn alta* Iieing in    tho To R. O. Jennings,
Icy water some 35 minutes. Above named defendant.        10-lt
Ottawa, nm., May 21.—The Japanese consul general, Mr. Shimi/.u has
informed tin* government here tbat
his instructions irom Tokio are to
discourage any lurther inllux of Japanese inlo 'Canada. Kvery indication ihis year and every report received bv ibe immigration department the
point Iii the fuel that the ipiesHoii'
ol Asiatic immigration lias been sulli-
cieully settled so far as this country
'ohcerued.
NEARLY DROWNED
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As long as ovcrythinjj jtoes
all right, It's oil right,
BUT
A Death, a Fire, an  Accident or  Sickness
changes the complexion of things
U A/LESS
You are Insured.    Better see
ii ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
NOW   NOT   TO-MORROW *
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1   Cranbrook   Cafe    I
J FORMERLY KNOWN AS BLYS RESTAURANT *
G. M. lil.AKK & V. ROGKR.S. Proprietors
.Mr. Blake hits luui olgliieon year's oxjioriem-p, and lias la-i-n ■
with iln-IIri-nl Norlln-Tii  Ity. until this nniiilli.   ll will lu- tin- '
. olijtx.it ol' tht- now tiriii to txivi' llu- pi-rtjilu of Cranhrook ami .
■ district tin- vi'i'v host sorvioo ol,Inilinl,le. Tlioy will mnko a :
specialty of BANQUETS AM) PARTI ES AT Im. A PLATE ',
Oil!  »l Kill HANTS'  l.l/NCII
A regular table il'hole dinner, from  11 n.tn. 16 2 p.m., will in*
si-ivoil to aei'ominoilale llie ImsinesB men.
i i *
lhe Hcsl Is None too Hood for Onr Patrons
CENTRAL  HOTEL
.1. ricDEUrilD, Prop'r
Wardner - - U. C.
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HILLCREST!
THE  PITTSDURG  OF  CANADA
Tli.' 1mm i.l IMUci'-hi Ih Rllimtml uilliiu \em (.linn nlin miliHif Hi-iin.in
i>iiiritu«-f h( t.liiiKnnil; mine witliin ilir.--<|iiiirtriH uf ti mllo nl Mm l'.Hl>-ii>>tv
min.., within tlirce-nimrii'Mof n mil.- tit ill- Miinln I,•-if min.-. wiilii'i llu-..
ijUlirllirfl of a mill-of (In. I.i'il,|| Colli, ii s  mi,| nil lull «ut> Iiuil milr n| llh' lllll-
fii'Hi mi no,
THE TOWNSITE WILL BE OPENED SHORTLY
An Intel I'OHtinif TUN THOUSAND D(H,l,AltS Imn in-i I n li >mV<i tonl tin-
furniture l-t Im-Ihk iiiHinlli><l   Tliui-e mc nleinU- forn-Hi'veii  IiiiIMIiiuhIii the
(own    Tln> HlU.rllHsl'  MINK I AVIUM.|. tlpprni(iH limwenn fl.Yon |
#iM,wiu per in null, wliiU' th.- pomliiiiel jinjroll nf the nilnua NiiiTntltHlinu the
toWII I'll "I* to iihi 111
WMN per Month, All From Mines Within One Mile of Tuwn
1'iicwinilotn will he niiiinuiipeiU
Uni for twn ,vhiiih mill hn*. hy nil
■ uni hi CiiiiihIh.   ll ImriiMii whlli
Km-further piirlleulHM ii|i|il,v in
irtlv.    HllhirtiHt  I lum lieen nn UiiMlllir-
iwti [iroveii it-«'K ii,,. Iihrhorft untile Hlmiiii
inIi ninl i» mI^mIui.Iy fjv>- fl i rlinUr*.
I; G. P. HILL,  HILLCREST, ALTA. ||
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PHONK 56
THE
QUALITY
STORE
I*'j 1./ ,*i;i I .'■I iplc tiro: cries
APPLES!   APPLES!   APPLES I
•..',11 ll,,*!,**. Choice Iniil
l.'OMAN III*: VI'I'V, BALDWIN ANUIll'.N  D.Wlfl
t-'eii'l iu your order for 11 l„,s.   They will iileii.cyou
Campbell &  Harming
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I'iioni: 111
lgg3E3i' Dry Bones
,SO Doll't   Ihese  ,,1,1   walls leek llilll
WR   dry Lones ~
r\; Hive   I In-Ill  a eoverillo* with onr
;f  ARTISTIC PAPERS
tlml put life iii a room'nml iiinko
il appear inore like home.
A lull complement of Painters
anil Piimii'lmngers  who  will  no
anywhere and pnint or hung any
[iaper you may wish.   Don't wait until Hie big rush comes.
The Onjy lt,'s|„,„sil,lt, Taint
ami  Tnper Shop In the City,
CllANBROOK, 11. 0.
B. H. SHORT
AiniSTKONO AYENl'E
READ THE HERALD THE   CRANBROOK    II KII A 1.0
| Presbyterian £hur
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning scrvice~anT
o'clock
'Mtildaf ''weimtft* ''service   at ''
7.30 o'clock *
Plrr/Crfcl ?
LIHoM*
The Ideal Summer
Resort
Finest Road
lloild Meals ami,   \
'.;...;?.Best Bal"$«rVic6
T. M..BRVDEN, Proprietor
BY ft DREAMER
f
dutv
Ic who is false to present
When he has gotten
Uml     the
the cause.
J'' *--i "»r|ihf * wisher,
I'n'flfiiiiViitiity,     Departmental    ainl
Patent Ofliee Agent..
Practice llelore Railway Con,mission
Charles Murphy. Harold Kisher
C!itt:sii'm' Liiiiiii*: No. ;i.'i
KNIOMTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranhrook, H. C.
Meets evory 2ml aivl III, Tuesday al
s p.m. at Fraternity Hall.
W. A. Rollins, 0, 0.
.1. II. Ilemlcisoa, K. ol It. & 3
Visiting   brethren  cordially livlte,
to attend.
I.O.fl.P.    Key Clt) Lodg,
No. 41. Meets every
 ...    Mondav    sight    »'
New     Fraternity    Mall.      Sojourn
Ing Oddfellow, cordially Invited.
V. E. Haines, Win. Harris,
N. Q. Sec'y.
trantiru.ii l.ntf|e. N,,. i<
-,. P. 4 », M.
Regulai meeting, ul
Ik. llii,J Thurida,
uf ...ry month.
Visiting Hrett, en welcomed.
S. II. Hoskins, W. M.
E. W. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday     evening nl t
[i.m., in Edison Theatre.
Thos. Cole, W. P.
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
VUUing brellueu cordially invited
LOYAL OKANOK 1*01)0 ti, NO. 187'
CRANIIIIOOK
Meet at 11. ot b. K. IUU 2nd  and
•lib Saturday each uionth.
Visiting brethren always welcouit
J. K. Larrigan, W. M.
Julin Mi> La Haitian, Itco. Sec.
W. F. OURO,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CRANBROOK.BItlTl.SII COLCWIL
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I      C. H, DUNBAR      j
i   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   J
5 Public, Etc J
1   Cranbrook,    -    ■    I). C.   J
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IIRS. KINU & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Offlce at KeiMence,  Anii.Uung A,.
OFFICE
Forenoons - -
Aftertioiins - -
Evenings - - -
Sundays - - -
CRANHROOK :l
HOURS:
- 9.(111 to
- 2.(111 to
- 7.311 to
- 2.8b tu
111.00
4.00
8.30
4.30
B. C
DK. F. B.KINU
DENTIST
OFFICE
II to 12
1 to   0
7 lo   H
Ofliee and rosiilcnc
CUANDROOK
HOURS:
a.m.
p.m.
p.iu.
on Armstrong avi
-     II.C
UK. F. B. MILKS
DENTIST
OFFICE   lllll Its
ti to II a.m.
1 lo   8 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office iu new It, .-1 Work
CRANHROOK -       -       - 11. C
New and Upto Dale
Dressmaking
Parlors
Over Iho   Ernst  Investment
l',,.'s Olllco
MRS. MOFFITT A MISS CtlNE
they make
jy yield to th-
itself
-Jtaiipliau-T
abov
uuseiin
GEORGE C. EGG
ncHirscr
BUILOIIIfl SUPERINTENDENT
AIII VALUATOR
Si „„„„
1. Ronton nnd Tnroulo
VMS',  IWIIJIATliS   ANO HPISC'I
FILMTlUVS ON st.IIIIII' NOTIOK
I'.O, II is
,M              NHI.SON, II.C
.1.   W.   I!l TI.KlXiK
VETPKINAKV SIMON
tlriiiliialeof Ontario Veterinary
College, Toronto, in ISIIS.
tiriidiinle und Medallist of
McKillip's Veierfutiry College,
Uliicugo, In Iium.
Mm*    yens'     experience    iu
Veterinary prnct-cu in .Muiiilol'ii.
(Ilfkc nt Craabrook Hotel.
THR
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo,  B C.
PAUL sr. ,!(>I|N, Proprietor
Sou lli east KnolBiiuy's Great
tiununer I'esort
HUNTING ANU riSIMNG
Just tin* place t«» spend a few
days' vacation
Bar stocked witli tlio lipet
l)inii))f poi'vieo llwt-eliuni
Coiufortable Itooms
W. It Beatty.  Funeral Director
Grunbrnbii n. C. 1'lione No. sa
DON'T READ THIS
Tbe French Dry Cleaning process
enables us in clean mens pants, units
uul ii irk l Irs, ladles suits und skirts
in such a way that Ihcy positively
niit. as good as new.
We are experienced dyers and clean-
irs, therefore we do not require to
cull anything down east pr up west.
BAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
oreroB.1. LEASK. Tailor
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
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• • CUMMINQS & CUMMINUS i
CIVIL  liNlltNHKKS ANU  IHIMINI0N i
AND B. C. UNO SUKVI-VORS
?ci°i.Bo?5i88 Cranbrook, B.C.i
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• WA N TED
to hear ll-ntil owln-rlisvlng
A OOOD FARM
for Hale. Not particular ill-nut* loon-
tfnu. Plourie give pri,*. ami dowirlp-
ll,,,,, and re.*,-, „, for Hidllng. Kt„l„
wli.n p't.He.Nion fin Im had , Will
deal with owner, only.
l,.Derl,,v«l,lre,B,u WU llnehmtm'N. V.
Faith in
Cranbrook
Ik what encournsea the Ambitions
citlxena nf Crnnbrook at present.
This is going to lie tho liest year
till** city liusovor known.
Willi such sentiments we have
decided to dovote our energy towards Riipplvlng tht. demand for
work in our line.
We can draw your plans for
anything that ran 1* deHcrilwd
on paper and can then liuild ac*
(lording to them,
Jolt Work of all kinds receives
our prompt attention,
Judge us hy our customers and
what they say about us.
Huchcroft & Bowness
Contractor!, and Builders
BLPllttPI
Look for the sunshine, and it will
come" Thv clouds are transient,
things ol earth; the sun is always
behind them, and sometimes when
we least expect it the glorious light
will sluue4ii*au*U-. - ^***-*j*r*-ty--_.yr.
• ,       -.   *iX Im-i/j^T . «*Mj*
ViMhg' iMfc o*A '"■
be too strongly reminded of
probable shipwreck
totir happiness il
ill-totiiptt that
disc,inrih'.sy, wad
ntiessary opposit-
that must diSO
"nagging" uud creating
di wis ol lwu.se'
ltuiii the niero VMl UI
time the hubit of uunoyiug as
relief to monetary leeiiugb ol In
tatiioii or discomfort. ?)0\ wile v*\
gets nil" tho way uftwPWi'W
"olieclung" hei liiJstiaiM J op
him iu small things auirsttuidi
m larger ones; the busbai
sneering, tempestuous, tyrannic
lault-liuding, pcrbapc neither side
knowing the whole extent ol its folly,
but just (giving way lo it us more
easy than u> light ami conquer ll.
These puling people ale doing Lhc J c
best hi dig the grave of their married peace, and sume day poor tainting in tie love will fall into it stark
and plimieless, and will never rise to
life again. ln the beginning these
little tiffs and discomforts uie made
up with' a kiss from liim and a few
tears from her to add cement to the
reconciliation. Uy still more time
this never comes at all; and things
get into t'hat chronic state when
there is never nn open breach aud
novcr a formal healing, but an ever-
wideti'ing rift and a never-ending coldness. Then lhc two lives jar and
grind like rusty hinges. The peace
of home, like a dying ember, goes
out. Coldness and formality takes
the plaee of tender love and happiness, and home, the heaven ou earth,
is darkly veiled and the sunlight ol
peace and happiness for ever flown.
A OIHL SHOULD L13ARN
Tu sew.
To mend.
To   cook.
To be gentle.
To value time.
To dress neatly.
To keep a secret.
To be self-reliant.
To avoid idleness.
To darn stockings.
To mind the baiby.
To respect old age.
To keep a house tidy.
Tu make good bread.
To control her temper.
To lie above gossiping.
To make a home happy.
To take eare of   the sick.
Tu humor a   cross old man.
To marry a man for his worth.
To be a helpmate    to a husband.
To take plenty of active exercise.
To see a mouse without screaming.
To read some books besides novels.
To be light hearted and lleet looted.
To wear shoes thai don't cramp
the feet.
To be a womanly woman under all
ircumstatices,
CHOOSING A HUSBAND
Husbands are not made to'ordef;'
thev just grow. To get a good one
voii have to know him wtar vou sec
iti in. He may not look Use the man
your fancy painted, yet yon wilt
recognize in him the qualities that go
to make up the reliable, enterprising,
amiable man. As u ru-e, women are
not possessed of acute business
minds, and are not as observant as
lliey might be. One alter another
thej will fall inlo the same open
trap, just as though ihey were
blindfolded or were impelled by
some uncontrollable force. The majority of them seem to Monk they
must marry, and all that is necessary is to find a man that is good-
looking or rich. The average girl
lirst takes a fancy to a pretty man,
and thinks and dreams of his lovely
hair, charming eyes, elegant dress,
divine mustache and dove-like voice.
She declares that ho Is l«o sweet for
anything. This fever passes oh in
timo, but too often leaves a perverted
i.isle. A dandy figure, swell man-
nets und clattering tongue are apt to
even outweigh a good heart, industrious habits and moral worth. Kven
afler marriage visions of the early
Ideal rise up to disturb the serenity
and tranquility ol the domestic scene.
Hetter such an ideal had never been
formed.
mined push.
(nst tbe word for strong -anus and
young hearts; it is just the word foi
the world that is full ol work as this
i.s. If anybody i.s in trouble, and
vmi see it, don't stand back, push.
g   M •r.-Ciuhlicjchiliiliiis be
ing W"" - ■ '■■ - '-*—
afraid ol ynur    hands they
meant lur    Wf-'i°%    IWi't
■"■Alnifcyq**     cfcp
iBi't  l',fi,l*S"l ol
~l ncvir   V.-pru-flh **> I'
■ln« \m\     irtli
might and soul, whenever you
anything or anybody that will
ERUPTIONS!
Y TIU ZAM-BUK CUNIO.
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m4Mr
Ontario PtwdVNd A
Js Ol glaill-lii'il'i'fl*    *
,ti  nonunion. UauTCoKi,   l.tii.uiiu.tmu
W^l * Wwa«r	
■*% »UI«*i fa,' .I,TJt
■l«5,«i'.'ill/ri(r.,r„ „.
^%-^#W *^e $feM
11 [iu-s-li-wvij.
iiiii n^iiio^'iiWiriK*uiii^;)ijiui*iif.:
in" per    cent oi   l.Tinaiia s   tarn
'fvnert ,l(hem ihtftiMkf*.'Wfcl111 *
tl*ut*A ,W *to!MSiiW«,,.*iM«P-'fi*
iw»whH»i#,.,«iii*),HU|.,, tn';l!ii>., '
llio„..fc»^ i«^aad,.*i^,fl,illivnii „.
f«i*W»fc.lu,il,r.i-j ,,,11/1.11 nuibnin
.*;,i,/i ,-i*,-,l|,'T—rnmliU .lav •>!
C«wd»,*».'-;j|:l.(»iii»!.'.|*H»*l***init'-
' *,u„l»,*iPMl|i|l:-,taeIIt»,, mwwlfllil'u,.!*'
f *, : i. Hochclaf., Mo».
1 h.vefcundZ-,,,,-! , It an exc.ll.aif-Mn-^i lor
Upto tins Spring 1 was bothtred forahaoet
"' nw,,,l, |'„„|,l, .-■'■■■■w,",,.». a* !>,..■..■*
alp ,).,,.' Ih, If,    Nothing I . .->! - auldct.il ,li„,.-Ui fiun, :li.
-Jtin until I ingsn utins /,*,, Huk.   Thi, f -,■;,.*. •fll.cui.ll'f .ml I
bell,,, permanently i.Mn c, tl,,,,.,,,.., . *. a'tf^wlod-o*. 1-,-rt,"
l»,tl, seal** *u„l faft. 1 -lull item-amend ,'■'"* iii.V i all n,y li
Vo, b..!*,,.^*,,*,,..,.'.! *■-,.',.».,;,	
;»"i*   '*-'*.'* *-. ' ''•' <
i JatiffliJ
rtmmst
.'•tt
CHHH I
the
spend ingj
j*. baMhaUeJoftgua I'a
ed in the towns of the
B«n.
r.doiiM     Wolfenden,
Priutor at Victoria, is
muiiths in ISngland.
The .lumho mine at.
resumed operations.
During tihe pasl year sixty fas
have settled on land near Nag
■Some of them are from Holland.J|
For the firsl  four months of
year   thc   output   of    the ltnsfl
mines was fOO,0UU tons of ore
The grand    council of    the Uj
Commercial  Travellers,  of    Was
tuti and Hritish Columbia will
enlivened at    Vancouver early
mouth.     It is understood that
lllllll Knights ul the grip will
I'i'it.
The provincial government   wil'
pnint    ollicials to enforce the pr-
ial fishery laws.    The Dominion
rumen I  has al tended  to this id
heretofore.
It. Marpole, general executive a
f the C.P.lt. will lecture on Hr
Columbia while In England this
mer.
II. Teller and P. Croft, Uinta
cruisers, bail a remarkable adveiituic
with thc Nans river Indians. They
attempted to cross the Nttas reserve
when the Indians stopped them by
force, ai*l armed with rifles, told
them to leave. Finally on payment
,u' $:jn each they were allowed to go.
The Dominion fishery cruiser Kestrel seized the Seattle fishing boat
Francis Cutting, olt tho northwest
coast of Vancouver island, for violation of the three mile limit law.
id implements,
HOME-WOMAN'S REALM
Home is the habit of woman. In
lbe home all tbat is characteristically feminine in woman unfolds aim
liotirisbes. Home without woman is
a misnomer, for woman makes home
aud home is what she makes it. lf
she fs illiterate, her home partakes ol
this quality; if she is immoral, her
home cannot be tbe abode of virtue;
if she i.s coarse, refinement does not
dwell where she resides. If she is
cultivated, pure, refined, those qualities will characterize the home whieh
sho creates. The higher the degree
of her culture, her purHy, ber refine
ment, the more will these qualities
characterize the home of which she Is
the center. The self that a woman
takes with her in her marriage is
her real dower. If her dower can
be reckoned in numerals only, m
matter how many they may be,
wretched indeed will he her husband,
Impoverished her children, but if she
possess industry, gentleness, self-
abnegation, purity, intelligence, combined with capability, she is in herself a treasure of treasures.
PUSH
I If there was more push iu the world
Ihere would be fewer Imngrv. half
clothed, homeless, suffering children;
fewer broken-down, dissipated men
and women; less need of alms-houses,
houses of correction and homes for
tlte friendless. Dush means a lift
for a neighbor hi trouble. Push
means a lift (or yourself out of the
slough of despondency and shiftless-
ness, out of trouble, real and fancied. Push never hurts anybody.
Tlie harder the push tlte better, if it
Is given In the right direction. Always push up hill. Don't he afraid
of your muscles and sinews; tbey
were given you to use.    Don't     be
Victoria Chinese have formed an
antl-iu>ium|lAgue and have subscrib-
lj$'$>tf' •ofards the cost nf treating
tl* S«4ts<i>imo smokers. Certain
herbs for Ihis purpose have been sent
for to China.
It i.s said that the hay crop in the
Jvgassiz district is being destroyed
by the hop flea.
About f>0   Mohammedans celebrated
the feast ol Jyafstha at Unmet, near
•w Westminster, on the 17th,
V K. ol P. lodge has been instituted at Nakusp.
The Hon. Mr. Aylesworth gives no-
tlce of an amendment to make the
salary of the chief justice ot       the
mrt of appeals of British Columbia
$8,000 ami that of the puisioe judges
$7,000 each.
The townsite of Midway is to be
sold as fruit farms. The property
will lie irrigated.
George R. Naden, M.P.P., or Greenwood, will move to Prince Rupert and
make his home tliere in future.
The Odd Fellows and Knights of
Pythias, of Grand Forks, have donated $S'lO, the proceeds of an entertainment to the anti-tuberculosis
sanitarium building fund at Victoria,
Over $1,100 was realized at a
bazaar under the auspices of the
Roman Catholic church at Grand
Forks last week. In the popularity
conlest. Miss Ella I.ydoti won the
gold watch.
There will he a big orange demonstration in Revelstoke on -lulv I2lh.
Detonates from all over the interior
of the province will be present,
A driver of a delivery wagon l>e-
longing to a firm in Blaine, Wash.,
drove across the line nnd delivered a
cake of soap to a British Columbia
resident. Tlie team was seized by
customs officers and a fine of M00 assessed. Smuggling soap costs
money.
Tourist (ravel in the boundary will
be very heavy this summer.
An appeal court has been established in British Columbia. The
salary of 1ho chief justice is $7000
per atmiim and three judges each
Mono a year.
Next vear the C.P.R, will spend
two million dollars upon its hotel at
Banff.
A passenger automobile will run
between Rossland and Trail.
^d^iv^iuiV^i^^ri^.toipeiLVi.'.Wii'fi
Ji billions.
IIIons. (W-gT.jg,
Capital invested fn natural product
dustnes ti!Hii>'<HMiul,Uii.:*iMi, vi/..,
triciiltuie, $1 TSrrM^tWH dairying.
-410,41111.;.''' iinwral«vi v$-l&;s«i..:m2i
HMMies, HtyWJfUlBpJ Iwlflioqqu Inn*
3*89<N   UO ■fJiU.eOiiH   f)li\t.i'-ri,U    Ji '1
OftWMlU'sJ'-'.i^VwllwBl 'dtfpartuafuk]
.ii^M*rft*'fMtiidlfyriftet*M^ni»ii soeil
i »f4 i\~f mm'^^H^to'tn iiHiir twn
b\i   oi tnAr-u erne wIT     .aomlh
t&^idan9-»^'«g(4Mtiir-al<^-»pr-.idiit;|s
lil»»;- lUUU|ittKU-d%'l>!M>7v>$IM''Mt>i
iin.il phfrftfcity'lita,IWWS*-ii-ful o
millions,
'Agnciil
'ton  Ixon bfchaJa mt   Ui-v  riolh
. ,   ,   —~wni9riiM«'iiili -till
ireat  Britain buys, nine-tenths    0
nada's mi t lira I promioi exports.
Y  9
aM8HflQId-*e«MHIK MMJi-l
nada's   sales   hn -Ureal Hri I i.t i
i mt-lf] mti ;> i lOfctt itopnWMfl:' "Mi/Kit! ^Wft
s*irtsl-iWfttat^l fctHltti ftltt.Atffiil.,;,
:i,-«ti,l ttttlsi.voi•flour, iuMlv-4ii\toi,'
■Ml/i,IMr,.fim ■..'Itod«iMof."hUi)Hi-'   lvui!4r
fy&MI.-rfrt'iUbiMll-iHoattk  BHuKrteiil
nrl"i''iiin#hilnnrts;o(lM!)ttt4«d i eaKtb>
rf»h-4U»/l»n;Ulv "Wi«»i>r'"iwiliiil*
^7aHCv^K,2«ib,;tllll.qlbsl oloiMtieep
.l'tfll, «K|8ilS;llflSi  n^UJIW itJM. .Ki
cheese,   wonM'iiftU.IUI,M4/-'i,Atil;-
Sis dozen eggst- mw*y WMISO; pro-
virions (meats,   etc.) worth $36,053,-
904; S33,7U-P:ltoWmMH I worth
$2,511,195. ——
'il ir.rjwI-nl^i'UHiJ'iiiib nit . :),ii/
Canada's' «ioplusii*f fairoU protUlfU,
for ex ports .-{fttfrtaiUWitl KiidvanuiiMl)
has ineiedsfldifreniiib-viifillifrtis lm-l»71(i
to 91 millions in 9 mos. periodjiJuile,.
I9ti«, March, 1907	
tanada'(j,i«aiuc.IWiIhftas( ^.M^n-'Vl'
tural prod«ctji,,AP0A,^77-;lAi. ,ft»,i v., -,t
,nlfu<3 f.'iltTttni dtiw (A,e. (*)dT
Average value in 4torm erops and
fruits in Cwiadq* I'lOl. «p .tier
acre; U. 'HP (ftfrludftl'stlfrftdfrfeW
products), $9.41.   J-'|"
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The Calgary lUU^W4|-a»*il»MIaiiiil|ii;^b
one of the popular sulwei Ipilon voting
:ontesla for lb* lifale^'WlsiiOie JblpaUijiiy
■o\ereil by tbat eH«^i»tti4JW#»biwbt*wi
which is »ne or the-yWAWJ MfcraDbKer*\
ever iiuiie by a newnpaper.-lWJWstjertij
Canada. ,;   l"l Mi
Tlie Herald offers as prises of« ?ra«tl
priK'i of an approximate value of 11,000,
iw,* hantiiome plauovi four full-course
busineM a-jbolarFlnps and four sold
Walelif',.
.\ll of these valuable arllclns we to be
Klven away by The Herald to ladies who
wiil collet-t ballots and secure subscriptions to Uiat nuwspaper.   Tbe territory
iui- l,e.ii ilhliled Into four districts: Hit*
■■ji'irnl pl'Uo n-iLH to the moat sueee.*-i-riil
worker In tlio eetlre territory covered by
thut paper; one jiiani) w;i! be *lven away
in CalRary aid the other in lhe country,
nnd a Rchol-)<*i*fl)p end watcb will go to
saili one of Hie district?.
Thla Is n Une opportunity fnr a lady to
sccuro a full-course Feholurslilp for a few
A'eeks' i-i-iisiint laitor, and if she i« Industrious, lo win a prise worth lumOreds of
lnliius, Any lady In western Canada
inuy become a couteitant for these prizes.
It costs nothing to enter tbe nice; you do
not even lmve to bo a iiibfcrlber. a
otler addressed to the Cont^ft Manager,
l.-ri'.i. Culgary, Allierta. will bring (he
vrlter full   Information   regarding   this
plenitlO opportunity offered the ladles of
iii In ■».-.,!-„. There are in all twelve
t,ii/.-, i ■» two of whli h ran be won by
- te same person, Which gives each con.
te.-ui.l uu niual iliaiue to win a prlie,
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A wlilzj—a smell ol gasolene—
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A bltirr ol urem (thc passing nn)
1 guess that's going sonic
NOTICE
Notice is herehy given thnt thirty
days after date I intend to apply t„
the llon.the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works lor a special license
lo tut and carry away timher from
tho lollowing descrihed lands:
ComiMMing at a post m.irki-,1
Henry V. Landeck's southeast coiner, planted at the northeast corner
ol Timber Limit 6214, thence   north
0 chains, to the northwest corner
ol Timber Limit 6313, thence west 40
thnlns to the southwest comer ol
Timber Limit 6165, thence south 4u
chains to tbe southeast corner ol
Timber Limit 6315, thence west till
chains, thence louth 30 chains, thence
east 120 chains to point ol commencement.
Henry T. Lanieck, Locator,
E. VV. Butts, Agent
Dated at Oateway, II.C, November
10th. 1907.
Permission to re-advertise received. Mt
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Minuter
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man will return
stopping once.
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TIIK   PAPER  THAT   IS   READ   BY   TIIK   PEOPLK
MAY  28,   1008
CltAMUiOOR IlKUALD
liv  the Herald   I'uhlikbiiiK Company,
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Editor and Manager.
A Bcloutlst of Chicago lias detm
sirated by practical experiment-^ th
a man can have three wholcsoi
meals a day, well ventilated too
clean bedding aud u hath at the ci
of mut' coats. That o* getting Im
down lo .1 flue point.
There was consrternatlon In tho
Conservative camp of the Dominion
Iiou&q lust week, when Sam Hughes
luctiod upou lus cotloagnes and hu
rated Uiem lot Ihoil oli.:dteli ob
st ruction tactics in theli endeavor it
prevent the passage ol the new election bill. Mr. Hughes, in bis char
actorlslic manner, snowed up thc minority in ,i very poor light indeed,
T-lii- country genorally have come
to tin- conclusion (hat tint opposition
in the Dominion house have over-
readied themselves in their attempt
to gain a political advantage.
Tho sorvllo political organ is getting discredited moro ami more in
Canada, and its influence is sadly on
the wane.
it may he a little quiet just now
for the reason that in commercial
.sense the season is between hay and
frost, but there are better limes et
ing thau the Kootenays have ever
experienced and that period is not
very far away.
The il.-iii
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district is
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bounds.
	
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In the Interest manifested in    tbe
coming election don't forget to boost
ii  Craubrook.
Beautiful     Cranbiook     is growing
uue beautiful OVery day.
It (iavs to own property in   Cranhrook.
Mr, llawtboriilhwailu has been
uimiuilrd lot the Dominion bouse b>
lbe Socialists oi Nanaimo district to
mtest the seat now held hy    Unlph
Smith.       it is   evident that      Mr.
Hawthornthwaite   is hound to keep
up ins reputation as tin olhce-lioldlug
Socialist.
\ l-'i.lull newspaper, l.e Gaulols, ot
Tans, expresses some views     i lilcli
WHAT IS GALL?
(Vancouver Saturday Sunset.)
The Cranbrouk Prospector accused
the "Uld Man" of the Cranbrook
llwald of having "enough gall to entitle bun to thu whole grit bakery."
Then the Prospector calmly appropriates as an original editorial
Without credit, a leader from tbe
Salurday Sunset's trout page. What
is gall, anyhow?
The opposition in lbe Dominion
parliament have developed inlo a
bunch ui unreliable muck inkers.
The Kootenay district will return
at, the coming election a supporter
ol lue Laurier government. The
people of Ihe Kootenays, who are nol
politicians, those who ate more in
tcrested in the commercial progress
in bhis dislriel than they are in the
political advancement ot any part)
ot individual, appreciate tbu fact
that the policy ot lhe Laurier government has been oue of progress and
prosperity, William Galliher will bu
siieeuedeil by a Liberal, uud \V. A.
Mo-Donald will have neither patronage
or ollice. »
Itepoiis from thc prairie countrj
aro more encouraging day by day,
and It In.,ks now as if Alholiu, Saskatchewan .uul Manitoba will all have
bumper ii ops this season.
Watch U.e lawns grow.
While you are Ihlliking about the
piogivss o( your own business
don'l, forget to boost Craubrook.
Tbe Hon. Ittchartl McBrhle, lion.
11. K. Voung, lniiiish'i ot education,
and Hun. W. J. Dowser, K.C, attorney general, will be tendered a public
reception by the citizens of Nelson
lliis evening. After the reception a
public meeting will lie held anil S. S.
Taylor, a prominent Liberal was
sclented lo officiate na chairman, but
will be unable to do so owing to lus
absence from the city. Thc Herald is
pleased to see a meeting of this character in honor of the visiting minis
ters of the province. Messrs. McUride, Young and Bowser have displayed good judgment in making this
tour of the upper country for the
purpose td ascertaining Mie needs of
the various districts regardless id
political conditions, and the Conservative party of Nelson are also
displaying more excellent judgment
in making thc public reception and
public meeting absolutely a non
partisan affair. There should he
more of this kind of work on the
pari ol public ministers aiid the
people, as it would result in Increasing benefits for tbo province. Premier
McBride evidently appreciates the
fact that iu bis official position lie
represents Hie whole people of the
province, and Is governing himself accordingly on this tour.
The huodo struck Cranbrook on Friday. The gentle art of pitching
horse shoes might be seen in progress
ou some nf the vncanl lots around
town.
The banana crop is going to lie a
big one I Ills year.
The Herald -keeps on growing.
The Herald pavs out in wanes
alone over $110(10 a year, and that
money is all spent in Cranbrook. The
Herald i.s a pretty good institution
for Cranbrook.
If yon place ymir ear lo the ground
you can bear Cranbrook grow.
Now let everybody work for the
tall races ami fruil and agricultural
exhibition.
The nexl member of the Dominion
parliament for the Koatenay district
will lie nominated nt Nelson on .lune
'Ith,  1 he will be a Liberal.
The people of this town owe a
heavy debt of gratitude to the directors of the Oranbrook Park, Limited,
and thpRC who assisted them in makin tbe first race meeting such a grand
success.
Canadians ma;    well lay to    li
although the) arc addressed i" wig-
lisiuiieu.      The    article referred t
reads as follows!
■ Kiigiaml bas given Prance a
great lesson, The English aro a
great people. The political ud-
wisaries ot Sir Henry LampbeD-
Uanuermau, those whom he had
fought and beaten, associated
themselves with tho Liberals, of
whom he was cldef, iu rendering
a supremo homage ta bis remains.
Hemic the tomb oi the former
pi une minister coulllets ol opinion subsMed, and political rancours disappeared. Sir Henry
Cntupbcll-Baunerman was a gwd
servant of his country. Like all
lliiiisb statesmen ho only thought
oi tho greatness and prosperity of
Knglami. No doubt lbe Couser-
valiveos and Liberals have not the
same programmes and their
methods bear uo resemblance to
each other, bul llieir sentiments
wilh regard lo their common
country are Identical, and that is
why all parlies uuiled to honor
lhc memory ol bim who devoted
bis time and in a greal measure
sacrificed his life for "Greater
llritain."
A Washington despatch says thai
during tire last seven mouths 39,(101)
people left lhc United States for
Canada, ami estimated that collce-
tlvely Uiey curried forty million
dollars. Canada has plenty of room
ior all such settlers.
A mun in New Yolk has gone insane because ho made money too
rapidly. Thu people in Last Kootenay are mail because tbey don'l
mako it last enough.
When Crunbrook does u thing she
does it right.
The fruit luud proposition III Soulh
Kast Kootenay is an important one,
and ibe development of this indus-
trj promises tu rapidly increase the
population and the revenue ol this
district.
M. Kallieres, the president of the
French Republic, was accorded a
very hearty welcome to London by
llu- King, the Prince of Wales and the
ministers of the crown. Shades of
Napoleon what a change.
The supreme court of  New     York
state   has    come   to   the conclusion
Hurt Harry K.   Thaw is still insane.
This will be a relief to the minds   of
lost people,
Most men prefer thc merry widow
lo tbe merry widow hat.
Prince Malic do Sagan aud Mme,
Gould should get married or uuu it
iff so tbat the general public might
know for a certainty whether Mme.
Gould is Mme. Gould or ttie (Princess
llullc de Sagan.
Talk about petticoat government.
What il Clara Brett Martin beats
Hon. Dr. Pyne, for the riding of
Toronto East for thc Ontario house?
Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown." Tlie butchers of Lisbon are
suing the Portugese royal family for
a %'iio meat bill.
The fact chat the crops never looked lietlcr all over the provinces of
the Middle West Is an encouraging
sign to the province of British Columbia. Iriven a bumper crop in
Saskatchewan and Alberta British
Columbia will get her share ol the
general prosperity.
The full details of the great naval
disaster off the Isle of Wight on
April 35th, when thc American liner
St. Paul rammed and destroyed the
British cruiser Gladiator, have now
come to hand. The disaster has
once more shown the world the magnificent discipline which has always
characterized His Majesty's navy. As
the great warship keeled over the
crew perched themselves on her
slippery sides fullv exposed to tho
Iih//,nil Unit was blowing, benumbed
by the snow antl ice-cold water. Then
the nine hundred souls on the St.
Paul witnessed a never-to-be-forgotten
sight. Standing as near as possible
to attention witb the shins officers
ul Iheir head, the gallant blue jackets     sang     "Sons  of the      Seas."
"Vain mightiest fleets of iron framed.
Vain those all shattering guns;
Unless proud Britain keep untamed,
The strong heart of her sons."
Such are the words that were the
funeral dirge uf n number tA British
sailors on that day. The incident recalls tbe sl lilting of the Birkenhead, a
British troopship, when all the
troops on        board        stood
in unbroken lines until the vessel
sank beneath them. Between April
Snd and 28th, sixty-three lives wero
lost in carrying out practice, mann^
uvers by the British fleet. It is an
awful price to pay fnr efficiency, but
so long as it is necessary tor tho
British Rmpire to be mistress of the
seas so long will it be necessary fnr
British sailors to sacrifice their lives
on the altar of imperialism.
We ask Hie people of Ibis district
lo compare this Issue nf the Herald,
or the issue ol any other week, with
any other  weekly paper published   iu
.Western Canada as to news and
articles of general interest.    It costs
' monev to get out a paper like the
Herald, but the people tike It. That
il why the Herald keeps on growing.
A NOT UK 11 CANADIAN ON TOP
sir Percy G-irooard has been gazetted governor aud cominunder-in-chiel
ot Northern Niagara, Sir Percy is
u Canadian. Haviug graduated from
the Royal Military college, Kings-
tun, lie entered the' Hnyal Engineers
ol the Imperial army und distinguished himsell during the const met ion of
ihe railway from Cairo to Klun-
tooa.
ALL OPP.
The arbitration and conciliation
board appointed to deal with the
C.P.H. mechanics' grievance oa western lines, was dissolved last Thursday morning, the C.P.R. having withdrawn their representative, C. P.
Kulleiton. The men asked to have
Mie grievances on both eastern and
western divisions dealt- with and
this the company refused to do.
YUKON MINING
The spring cleanup is in full swing
in lhe Klondyke camps of -Quartz
Creek and Lower Dominion. Twenty hydraulic plants are working and
eighteen dredges will start next
week, eight of them Guggenheims.
The first electrical cenveyor in the
territory will be started next week
by the Guggenheims.
FREE MINERS' LICENSES
Free miners' licenses expire on May
Hist, when they must be renewed for
llie ensuing year. We would remind all miners that the 31st falls
on a Sunday this vear and wc „ advise all those wlio wish to renew
llieir licenses to do so at thc court
house before 1 p.m. on Saturday,
May .'tilth next, after whieh time the
ifllco is dosed till Monday.
♦	
THE DIFFERENCE
What's the difference lietwven level
,.nd Hat? Don't you know? Well,
Dr. Pugsley, M.P.W., Is level beaded,
uud Geo. W. Fowler is llut headed
Thai's all.
llu kissed her on the cbeok.
tt seemed a harmless frolic.
He's been laid up a week—
.They auy with painter's colle.
IMPROVEMENTS     AT THE FIRE
HALL
Spring doors have been put un the
tire hull, so that all tbe driver has
to do is to pull a lever and the doors
open automatically. It is understood that spring doors are going to
be put on the borse stalls, so that
the ringing of the alarm wlll release
the fire horses and allow them to
come up to the pole of the hose
wagon.
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IMPORTANT TO SAW MILL    MEN
We offer the lollowing articles for
sale at Cianbrook:
1 portable saw mill, capacity of
30,000 feet dally. Locomotive boiler of 125 pounds pressure. About
new.
1 upright engine, 12x14 cylinder.
Rope feed witb friction drive. Com-
ptete with all conveyor and transfer
chains, belting, pulleys and shafting.
Price for above, $3,000 f.o.b. cars.
1 upright boiler 30 h.p. with I'm
pounds pressure. All connection.
Priee, $3110 f.o.b. cats.
1 small band resaw, almost new.
Price $10.
1 endless bed surfaccr. Price
J 10(1.
4 complete pole cars witb two additional new wheels. Price $150 for
each car.
1 single gunshot feed valve, good
as new for $50.
li Studebaker logging trucks. Price
$125 each.
10 teams heavy horses.    Price tor
each team ranges from $350 to $15(1.
8-41               . King Lumber Mills.
 + ,,    .
TO     LET
Contract of breaking twenty-five
acres of land on St. Mary's prairie.
For particulars apply to
W. It.Bradford,
8 3t Wyeliffe, B. 0,
HILL & COMPANY
The Best Clothes and the Best Shoes
wSbk
NOT stylish or comfortable or
durable, but stylish ami comfort-
uble nml thimble. No breaking
in nml no breaking out,   That's
THE WALK-OVER SHOE
Wi; ARE SOLE AGENTS
That
is
What
the
People
Want
We
Carry
Both
Lines
It litki's no imagination to ace the
goodness ot
WALK-OVER SHOES
They're nlwnys right nnil they're
.-ill nays right.
wi: are sole aoexts
20th
Century
Clothing
Has for its best
witnesses as to quality, finish, style and
satisfactory price,
SATISFIED PURCHASERS.
For years we have
sold this brand of
Clothing and have
never recorded a single kick.
20th
Century
Clothing
Is like a well written
book—it tells the
story. A 20th CENTURY SUIT is a veritable silent salesman.
It is so made that
a customer can see
its many good points
at a glance.
HILL & COMPANY JHTR
Odds and Ends in China
We I'luieivetl till*, wi-uk  a,„,ll„-r lot of lilll,*
thing1*' in Genuine China mn-li iih
ROYAL CROWN DERBY MARMALADE JARS
TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS
ROSE JARS
SU0AR AND CREAM SETS
All In Dine Color with Chinese Design
LDM1T0N 8U0AR AND CREAM SETS,
PRIMROSE     PATTERN    TEAPOTS    SUI1AR    AND
CREAM SETS
VASES AND FERN POTS in lllue mill Green (Hani.
SCENE CHINA IN TEA SET, consisting „f trny,
.iignr IiukIii, cream jug, nnil teapot, fl.no
DE6RV SET, lurgehowl tiu»l .in euun-iH, $*_».r,o
G.   T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
WHITE LACE FRONT HOSE.  All SIZES
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Summer Footwear
I*',,,* llie wioiu iIiivh Hint .lum, Itrlngs, i-l,,I he llic
1,-et In Donilhing llmi will k.**-,. them cool.
Cllll ll'S «IIITE CANVAS SI.II'I'liRS, ,*-,,., tn 7, |l,Ct
IIIRI.S' WHITE CANVAS UXPORDS,?,*-: In 111,,.:, fl.-jr,
MISSES' WHITE CANVAS SUPPERS, II !„'_>, (I Hi,
WOMEN.S  DlllClll R  WHITB CANVAS  OX-
fords	
$1.50
»'J..,0
WOMEN'S BLUCHER  WHITE   CANVAS   OX-
FORDS,  Canvas  Ihels	
WOMEN'S WHITE CANVAS TENNIS OXFORDS  tl.r.O
MEN'S  WHITB   CANVAS BLUCHER TENNIS   »2.00
MEN'S  WHITE  CANVAS BLUCHER   BOOTS
    |!I.OO t».M
MEN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS  »9.86
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This Advertisement is Worth Money to You
Sale of Millinery
If you haven't bought, your SUMMER HAT, or should
you lie in want of nn extrn one, NOW IS VOUR
TIME TO GET A SNAP.
We huve decided lo mako it eli-nii sweep ,,f nil our
UHO-DATE MILLINERY during the nexl seven duys ut
>• SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 25% OFF.
Now- please remember we hnve Nil lll.l) STOCK.
Evory Hal is of the very liilesl style, Iml we would
strongly advise you t>> como early und secure Iln- pick.
Discount 25 per cent, off
Regular Prices
For a Rood square meal go to tlu
Wentworth. 10-11
See The Frost Investment Co. for
lire insurance.
-     Ad-
10-tf
now.
public
aeui.
• Ims-
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5ALE OF LADIES' 5U1TS   " NS5*tfD Ul
ONE ONLY   NAVY BLUE PANAMA CLOTH SUIT, with Nont While Stripe, Coal semi-IIUing, skin
beautifully   Hindu  mul   trimmed   with self pleats, size ',iH.   liegular price, $25.00.   Suh-
priee. S19.50.
ONE ONLY   LIGHT FRENCH TWEED SUIT, in drey Stripe, Coat semi-fitting back.   Really u perfect
suit   in   every   respect.   Size   IIS.     Regular  price,   IJ-tt.OO.    Sale   priee,   $24.50.    '.Coat
Silk Lined).
ONE ONLY   NAVY BLUE SUIT, made of a  very line  Broadcloth, strictly Tailor-made.   Size llii.   t
Regular price, $80,00.   Special sale price. $24.50.
ONE ONLY   NEW TAN SUIT, Tiiil.ir-inail.'.    Regular $31.00.   Sale price, $24.50.  Coat Silk Lined.
ONE ONLY   RICH BROWN SUIT.   Coat beautifully trimmed with Self Colored   Braid  and   Silk
Lined.   Regular $88,00,   Sale price, $25.00.
OHE ONLY   NAVY PAHAMA CLOTH SUIT, Coat Silk Lined and Skirt beautifully made,   Si,,. 30,
Regular $8.'i.()0.   Sale price. $25.00.
COME AND INSPECT THE ABOVE.   YOU WILL NOT BE PRESSED TO BUV.
BURNS BROTHERS
POPULAR SHOPPING
CENTRli
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Sporting Goods
Our Spring Shipment is just opened.
BASEBALL BATS, LACROSSE STICKS,
TENNIS BALLS AND RACKETS
ANO EVERYTHING FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION
WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF HAMMOCKS
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
C. H. ALLISON,  Manager
LIMITED
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||    The Star Novelty Company
Wish to announce to the public that they
have secured a lease of thc premises occupied by them and are having thc place remodeled and refitted throughout, iwo Automatic Box Howling Alleys have been installed. Amusement slot machines aud
other attractions arc also being added.
Cranbrook will soon have one of the best
Amusement   Arcades
in the west. We do business strictly on
the square. No gambling, games of chance,
or skin games allowed.
CICARS.CICARETTES AND TOBACCO IN CONNECTION
A Handsome  Gift
Wi, hav,- j,„it i.ffiMfl tho moil  nttrnotlve lino ol UP-TO-DATE
|||||RIllA8ov«l'»hu«i'lnCranl ,    Oui lino ol
LADIES' UMBRELLAS
WITH COLD AND PEARL MOUNTED HANDLES
III*,- lu-n,lli,'*,, 1111,1 WOtllll Milk,' ll VOI*)' ;,,*,*,*|,llll'l,' |',t'.fill.
Oillolul   Wind,    l„.|,i„'inr   W.     F.     TATE
'"*"  °'  '''  "' "The   Jeweler"
I Have It.   Vnu Want It.
What?
A   (innd,  Clear   Pulling,
Hand rilled Cigar al
3 for 25c
BERKSrORD.   JIM HILL,
CHAMBERLAIN AND
IRVING
MCDONALD'S CIGAR STORE
Cianbrook, M.f.
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
Corner Van Hoi-iu-ami Ullrich A ves,
Tele-phone N'n. 183
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Wh,*,, von own u McUnitlilin you have
in, fear „i sueh n limtalown.   That ii
in-* i,-.,*-, ii *" i >* '*( lhose (inn,,,!*-
WHAT ABOUT A SET OF HARNESS?
,ave
pun
In,-,*, nun
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quill
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quality
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HARNESS REPAIRING.   FLOUR & FEED
A finnmnleo with evory thing ynu buy,
LOCAL NOIES
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PICKED l'l' ABOUT Till*: CITV HY
ASK1NCI QUESTIONS OF
MANY I'l'OI'l.l*;.
Wl     Ml
vvurlli.
01,11  slay  at  tin*
Went
10-lt
Hi,
lasl
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BAKER   &  BANFIELDil
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
Beji to nnnomice tliat tbey lire now open to give estimates ![
for Contracts, lar^e or small.   All our quotations are reason- • >
able, ami nothing Imt first-clans work.     Uot us quote you ][
fnr yonr building, nml compare our prices with all others in o
town. ]J
P.O. Hox 20:1                                    CRANBROOK AND HOSMER jj
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For high-grade bicycles see Pat-
more Hros.
Mis. Cleorgo Thompson is visiting
in Pernio this week.
.). W. Carroll, ol Klmborlcy, was in
Cranbrook during the week.
,1. p. Patton has accepted a posl*
lion in the C.P.H. much I no shops.
J.isl your property with Thc Krost
Investment Co, for quick sates,
Mrs. Lonsby, ol Sirdar, camo to
Crnnbrook on u visit last Friday.
P. McLean, or Kimberley, was In
Cranbrook at the end ol last week.
John Breckenridge, of Calgary, was
in the city Monday for a short time.
The latest popular music at Mo-
Henry's Music Store, 35c. copy.
10-lt
James McNeil left for Coleman yesterday, where he will tnko charge of
tlie new hotel.
llr. Oreen returned from Fertile yesterday, where he has been on professional business.
C. M. Pri wards ami J. T. Lnldlaw
ut tended the sitting of the supreme
court at Pernie ns witnesses this
week.
WANTED—Two   voung pin-
dress A. A. Ward.
Typewriters for sale, neaih
Apph Patmore Bros.
The summer vacation for tin
schools will commence on Juu
Hen Lind, whn lias been in i
pltal for several weeks, Is-still quite
low.
I P II. Pearson and wile, of .laffray,
were in Cranbrook at the end ol last
week.
Patmore Bros, have painted their
[store fn«it which is a great improvo-
. ment.
Jack McCallum has been ill Inr
smne days bul is at his posl in llie
Btore again.
F. Haines is nnw breaking on
Otis Staples, Cherry Creek
Northern railway.
James and Rohert Tavlor lefl
Monday for     a visit In then  lot met
homo in Arnprinr, Onl.
.Mr. and Mis. W. I). Hill and
daughter Luis, vtsticd relatives in
Lethbridge last  -Monday.
Miss Hall, one of the eity school
teachers, spent Sunday and Monday
with friends In Kimherlcy.
A. \l Andrews, ot tho Canadian
Hank ol Commerce, visited Nelsnn
several days  the past week-
C. A. Solley, C. P. fl. freight
aijont, accompanied by Mrs. Solley,
visited Nelsnn last Sunday.
Joseph Kyan, police magistrate,
lias been confined to the hospital by
slckneess during the past week.
WANTED—Horses tu pasture. Apply to T. M. Uryden, Perry Creek
Hotel and Hancb. 9-tf
P. Matheson, proprietor of the Imperial hotel, has placed a number of
line oak arm chairs in his ollice.
J. M. Agnew, of Nelson, passed
through the cily last Monday tm bis
way home Irom the Elko country.
POR ItENT-Neat five room cottage. Apply E. 1). Shackelton,
City. 10-lt*
II. II. Hickenbotham has improved
the appearance of his residence on
Burwell avenue hy a coat of paint.
WANTED—Three or four tennis to
haul lies by piece or dav. Empiire
nf J. It. Stone, Moyie, B.C.     llMt*
P. Lund, manager of the Crows
Nest Pass Lumber company, of
Wardner, was in Oranbrook last, Friday.
The store front ot Beattie & Atchison's drug emporium has been treat-
ell to a painting process with great
effect.
Mrs. F. J. McMuilion, who has been
slaying with Iier mother, Mrs. Sopor,
at Kimberley, was In Cranlirook on
Friday.
The private car "Minnedosa," with
General Superintendent Price ou
board, was attached to No. I! on
Friday last.
Pat Quirk, one of the old-timers ol
this district, who has been confined
in the hospital for some timo pust,
lias improved.
The sample rooms belonging to the
Cranlirook hotel have been painted
and now look more in keeping with
llie hotel itsell.
John Smith and wife left on the
Flyer last Saturday evening for their
three months trip to England, Scot-
laud and Ireland.
W. H. MeFarlanc visited Hosmer
for sevora) days last week. Mr- MeFarlanc lias a' branch store at tiie
C.P.R. coal town.
WANTED—Position liy professional
lady cook. Place in country preferred. Apply Mrs. M. J. Oreen,
Genera! Delivery, City. S-2t*
The C.P.lt. baseball club have received their new uniforms. The prevailing colot is grey and they arc
extremely neat in appearance.
Chas, Cock returned on Friday from
l.iii.Hlireck, where he has been attending the annual general meeting of the
llivckenridgc-Lund Coal company.
O. T. Roger's store, on the corner
d Haker and VanHorn streets, has
been improved by having a coat ot
paint applied to the front this week.
Quite u number ol the jwoplc of
Cranbrook took advantage of the
holiday on Monday and went on pic-
Ics to various parts of the dis tried.
FOR SALE—A saddle and driving
horse, safe for a lady to ride.
Price $125. Easv terms, Applv
W.P.H., care Herald. 10-lt*
The new residence of L. P. Sullivan
at the norHi end of the town is Hearing completion and Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan will move iu thc lirst of next
month.
Hill & Co. are giving away 300
samples of furniture polish. It
makes old furniture look like new antl
costs you nothing. Call and get a
sample.
Miss Mureutt, the lecturer who
pleased a number of Cranbrook
audiences a short time ago, passed
through the city on her way west on
Saturday.
Although the baseball team went
lo Fernie for the purpose'of playing
hall with the Fernie team, the
weather was so bad lhat no garni
was pulled off.
Thomas Crow, ol Millersbuig.
Michigan, is in the citv and will go
to t-he King Lumber Mills, Limited,
at Yahk, where he will lio some work
as a millwright.
The ollice of the Cosmopolitan
hotel Is much Improved and made
verv much more comfortable by the
Installing of a number nl handsome
oak arm chairs.
Frank McCharles and wife, ol Nelson, were visiting the Macdonattl
brothers several days last week.
Mrs. McCharles is a sister of tho
Messrs.  Macdonald.
You will need some lioso to water
vour lawn this slimmer and when
vuu want it real bad ynu want it
teal good. That is our brand. Let
us show you.—Patmore Bros.
Tlie residents of the nortli end oi
the city petitioned the C.P.R. some
time ago for a bridge across tite
track near th© sash and door factory.
A reply has lieen received from Uie
company which Intimates tftat t*ie
bridge mav be built if the people pay
for It.
VanWormer, the man who runs tho
rubber-dollar store, has a magnificent
mineral specimen ia his window
which seems to run hliih in free gold.
Mr. VanWormer values the chunk at
$H08. Its true value, however, is
nbont threo cents, as il Is a bloek
of wood faked up.
A. C. Yeager, of Mowe, was in
''ranbrook ou Monday
Tbe Wentworth dlullig loom is
open day aud night. 10-lt
The city authorities bave been lli-
Ing up Baker street ihis week.
Oct a New Century Washer at Patmoro Bros, and make the washing
easy,
IL C. Adney, provincial constulilu
al Wanlncr, spent Tuesilay in i ranbrook,
Charles Farrell, of Movie, was
transacting husiness in Cranhrook on
Tuesday.
R. L. T. Gitlbraith, Indian agent, nf
Fort Steele, visited Cranlirook on
Tuesday,
Washington        strawberries,    fresh
cry morning at Finlt's Pure Food
Grocery.
Chief of Police Dow attended     the
btlng of the supreme court at Peris this week.
W. B. MeFarlanc was attending the
ItniK of the supreme court at Per* i
me tliis wuek.
Allien Mul/., of lager beer fame,
passed through Cranbrouk on Saturday beading west.
W. T. Reid bas loam) Judge Wilson .-, iiuusu lur a v*eek ui two before
leaving mr the coasl.
a.   .i. Fleming, of   Moyie, ft«a .
gistered ai the liolel Cranlirook   .it
Uio end of last week.
Tlie local customs bouse uli ice bus a
aew dag iiyuiti- li was tuuu, *o* the
ma iiug wa-. worn out.
James Finlay, manager of ibe Sul-
liiuji mme ul Kimberley, wus in
v ranbrook ou Saturday,
The Cianbrook city hand expeel lu
give a band concert and dance al
.uoyiu iu lhe near future.
WANTED—We have a customer tor
oue ur two vacant lots un tbo Hill.
— Mm Fruit Investment Co.
J. T. Laidlaw, t'.fc!., B.O.L.S., haa
opened ollices iu the Morley building,
oppusile lbe Canadian hotel.
J. Cuiiiguu is moving bis lauiil)
uom Pliuemx tu Muyie where ho auu
ins family will reside in future.
WANTED—Tenders fur clearing
(our acres of fruit land. AUdvesa
P. U. Box ut, Cranbrook. 10-lt
W. R. Ross, K.C, M.P.P., accompanied by Mrs. Ross, was in
cranlirook between trains ou Sunday.
J. H. Turuey, purchasing agent foi
the Crows Nesl Pass Coal compauy,
of Fernie, was in Cranbrook this
week.
WANTED—Private customer in
towu fur fresh milk daily; about foui
quarts. Apply D. Leslie, Crunbrook. llldh
L. Herchuier, provincial constable
of Marysville, was in Cranbrook this
week un bis way to attend the assizes
at Pernio.
1. A. Harvey, K.C, O. IL Thompson and M. A. McDonald attended the
sitting of the supreme court at Feruie this week,
S. S. Taylor, K.C, mayor of Nelson, passed through Craubrook yesterday on his way to Feruie to attend the assizes.
Fousie Farrell returned from thc
Blairmore races on Saturday, where
be had the exclusive sale of the ollicial programme.
Harry Wilson, formerly clerk in the
trainmaster's office his resigned   i,
accepted a position in the otliee    oi
thc C.P.R. tie mill at Wurdner.
I. South, secretary of thc children's home at Vancouver, passed
througb Cranbrook on Tuesday on his
way to Fernie to attend the assizes.
Dan McLeod, who has been In
charge of Uro tie camp on Matthew
creek the past few months, was iu
town last Tuesday en route to his
home at Wardner.
Oeorge Goldie, of tbe government
staff, has been confined tu his room
at tlie Cranbrook hotel with sickness
for several days part, but is showing
signs of improvement.
P. Burns, the J. D. Rockfellcr of
the meat business ia Canada, passed
through Cranbrook last Sunday and
Spent his time whi e hetc conferring
with the local manager, Mr. Gillespie.
Dan Bremner, who has been at the
St. Eugene hospital for several weeks
as a result of falling Irom a tree
while repairing a telephone line, is
making excellent progress towards
recovery.
At a business meeting held by tho
Cranbrook city band on Monday evening, Chas. McCowan was appointed
collector to gather in the subscriptions promised to tiie band hy residents of the city.
Every resident of Cranbrook should
read the road1 tax bylaw published lit
this issue of the Herald. It is a
bylaw that puts every resident of the
city on an equal basis as far as municipal affairs are concerned.
Burns Brothers have made a number of improvements in their store
this week. A cash carrier system
has been placed in position and the
office has heen moved back so as to
give more room in the store.
Satisfied customers nre the best
advertisements wc have. Did your
neighbor ever tell you that her
goad humor is due to the satisfactory
treatment she receives at Fink's
Pure Food Orocery. Be like your
neighbor.
Some smootti gentleman from the
south of the Mth parallel circulated
a few $5 bills in town last wwk. The
Commercial Bank of Florida was n
bank In the anti-bellum days, but its
bills, like those ot otlier southern
banks before the war, are worthless.
It is now time for those people
who own chickens within the city
limits to keep tbem penned up- It is
il nuisance to have your garden des-
Irnycd in one day by the neighbors
chickens getting info tho yard and
creating havoc in their search for
food.
The new SASKALTA Range is In
a class by itself, and with the cook
it is a case of love at first sight, aud
forever after. We are always pleas-
erf to show them, and also the famous Kootenay Range, ol which we always have a complete line.—Pat more
Bros.
Cranbrook Electric Light Co.,
Ltd., are ahout to issue a new telephone directory and are desirous of
having it as complete as possible. It
parties desiring a phone at once or
In t-he near future will communicate
with their office the company will he
pleased to set asMe numbers.—Cranhrook Electric Light Co., Ltd. 10-lt
Comluctoi T D. Caven lelt last
Saturday inr Wnnipeg to meel nitn
a general committee of ihe O. R. T.
as .i representative of the [ooal division \ i in,, which convened In ih.it
citj lasl Tuesday it is possihlc
thai Mr. Caven mav havo tn go on to
Montreal ..ml meel with a general
ih.it convenes in Uiat city
WATCH THE DISTRICT GROW
Born—Al Cranbrook, B. C, oa
Friday, May ll, mon. to Mr. and
Mi-   II   s   McNeil, a sta.
Born—Al     Cranbrook,   B. C,   oa
Saturday, May M, t\im, to SU. nui
Mm   SoWorby, a sun.
...,„. .,   , ,   Born-At     Cranbrook,   B. C.   oa
.i*\w.. 10t»     <    H   knock© acoom- Monday, May  25,  I mm   to Mr.    aaft
'" ' Wl   Lav«' as ,t representative'Mrs  Shanklin, a daughter.
" '       Born—AI    Marvsville.   B. t\.     o«
fr.nn
he local branch ,.f the" B. of R.T
[ Erickson   returned   last    week
uded trip to the   north
country in-     vlsttorl    Skngway,
Prince Rupert, I'oit Kssinnton an
mini points of interest. Mi. Erlck
son 'li ! imi form ,i very u'nod opinion
"i Prince Rupert, as lie s.,vs     there
is I nuch i.nn and dan p weather
there to suit bin
Mo
li.i
Wednesday, May liTth. JflOH, to   M*.
and .Mrs. .1. Fitzpatriek, a vu.
SPOKANE  INTERSTATE FAIR
muse, well known in lliis     dis-  SP°
The  llelald    is  iu  leoept of tbe
premium list uf    the Spokane Into-
v >taie   fair,   whloh     will be bfltt at
from October 5th ta Lfttb ia-
tricl as the champion tic makei al |?j,J(dVC !'VcrJ ,''f"V ■?.**« """ft
IW!  I'-^in.n ,    1* Uus year lo make ihe fair more   of
I mi Lsslngton who suys lie propos-|tt„ agricultural exposition, aad Witt
os to make tics a|ong iin- Grand j this end In view, ihe prizes b*va tan
Trunk   until the    road is completed, (greatly increased     and all cf
George   Push.
Mr. Erickson, re
afngton.
slice     who  went up with
<>py of tbe ptn»
j tutu list will u> sent to aityUN    tut
aiiii-u at I ..it  Es- request to Robt,   H. CosgroVf, mpp
lager, Spokane, Wash.
Hammocks
.tur liue litis j'onr is lai-por nntl belt, rtlimi ever. Tbey
were liottglil with n view (o strength and long sorvioe,
C'niiu- in nml see tin* many pretty patterns nt ctui
bIiuw vuu.
Pishing Tackle
As usual, we tiro handling tho celebrated CROFT line.
Our assortment of POLES, FLIES, LINES, REELS,
Ek'.. is very large.
CrOqiiet   SetS   at  reasonabU  prices
TciiniS  OoodS Including Slnxiugei .v Ayer'sGood*.
Footballs and Baseball Goods
Ami. in fuel, nil lending lines of Sporting Good,    Onum
nml have it I.... k
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ROYAL HOTEL
H. L SAWYER, PROPRIETOR
Marysville ■ B. C.
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Tin*, :*, ;i new Hotel,
plastered throughout and
newly furnished. The
Royal aims to please Ihe
public*.   Give   it   a   trial.
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ENGAGEMENT  RING
Wi* bave n nice assomiir-iit just in from
tin' manufacturers, in Ilk. and 16k.
s-'ttin^'a Some with bruiel new stone*
which have never been shown before.
If you bare serious intentions, lot's fit
you up with tli..- Ring
W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler %\t
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NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES
i i    We hove lots of .Milk uml we nn- bound logol rid of it, I'ricM,:
1 pint pur day          10 charts for *1.0u
I i]iitirt per day II $1.00
-   " " 12    " *1.00
1 gnlInn ..._._„.        18 H.00
2 gallons and over per day   .      II     " $1,00
Cream, per ,|iinrt. "iik;; rates for lurgi-r quantities.
Skim Slilk—          ...            26quart*(or $1.00
Buttermilk, when we lune it .      10 cents (ier quart
THESE  ARE OUR SUMMER QUOTATIONS
FRESH IIUTTKIi FRESH lil'TTKU
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Mrenm'tlbntl.lweltlnAtftbii.1 1 ALABASTINE Ol.   planter walls    ',
Atuhntttneil   ralllngd,    Alnbmrtine.1 allows iho   wuIIn  to  breath*
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Wlien- the Iioi'H'- lnvc In r.iliK''"""  ' ■   -      -
ninl incel -
The air in nn otltfln-til- pure ninl
Cii|ii ■■« uml falrloti will rlult yon
night
In riiiiNiw Al'i)iiintiti"<l. Iiiini'iful I
bright
Prom      kiilHiMililH-M.     ten II      pfipl
' Iliilili'.) with .I.M-.-IV.
Iiiuii on iipwnnl wing they rlio i
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with them.
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is tiie one nnd only penna**
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wall coaling,
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SIH   News of the District
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l-ERNlE
r
When You
Come to the Metro-
palls stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens ft Knt-kendorl
. Proprietors
Opposite C. P. M.
Station
$1.00   WM   DAY
Calgary, Alia.
McHENRY'S
MUSIC STORE
iiii
lie- Mn
UP-TO-DATE MUSIC
\-l"   Hell   I'imtoa ii
M-*HEMftY'S ORCHESTRA
CM'.M'HOliK.lt. C
(From the Ferule Fiee I'ress.)
\ very pleasant event took place
,,i tin- ' residence ot llev. Father
Tnvarnier on Wednesday morning,
when Mr. .1. II- Held, of (lie Keid
Furniture company, was united in
marriage to Miss' Nellie Smith, ot
Dublin, Ireland, Mr. Waller llat-
wood assisted ihe gloom ami Miss
v Legal aeled ns brhlesmald, Only
Uie Immediate Iriends of tlie coti-
l met Ing parlies were present. The
happy couple lelt on their honeymoon
ilorn points by No. 5 alter
,i wedding
llie   linpeli
breakfast
il hotel.
sen eil
lliis we
will iel
ol llie '
l,e plea
lu.eil I
llie new
[.loves
.Lllll    11
west.
hei, o( IMuchei  I'reok,        was
Illg  liusiiiess      along  lbe    lue
ik.    Mr. Lebel says thai     be
ue Irom  business  at   thr did
ear.     While all his stall will
ied     lhat  he is able and pre-
i i'lijoy Iilc as it  is besl aftei
w year, lliey will, for one per
reason, be extremely sorry   ti
in  resign  the helm, as his em
think  that   ■'Tim"  is tho best
nst considerate employer in tlif
A1cVITIIE& PARKER
Provincial Lund .Surveyors
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SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST
$60.00
I'Rii.M Git AN BROOK TO
Winnipeg, Fort William,
Duluth. St. Paul, Sioux City
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New York
Montreal
St. John, IM. ti.
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CIJi\!''5   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now Seated in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
Kernie will not have a daily paper
foj some time to eoine. At least
that i.s llie opinion of those who are
competent to figure out Ihe feasibility oi such a proposition. The
Daily Kiilertaiuer has suspended publication and uo other publisher seems
dy to jump into the breach.
Blue" ,lones, ex-pouiidkccpcL' ot
tlie city, who was arrested on
Thursday morning, charged with
iteallug $1150 oi Kianlue Smith, a
Insky demimomiaiiie. It is said
liat'lie threatened   Iier  with a la'/.ol
ii outer to gel ihe cash. When he
-.oi iln- money lie promptly came up
own and commenced io piij his pills
iiiiioUiieiug ill the same lime thai, lie
vim leaving town. Ile had disposed
ii ii considerable Had ion til his
'pickings" in this praiseworthy luiui-
iei when lie was ruthlessly seized liv
he polite. Those of Blue's en-dl-
.uis ivlmiii he had nol reached arc
sole mi the police for spruggiiig liim
[so early in Hie game. He will lo
nied tomorrow,
Hiving io recent rain the mad between Hosmer and Kernie is almost
impassable, but llie governmenl has n
force of men at work hauling gravel
from the river bed and it will soon
lie in good condition. $5,011(1 will
he .spent on this load wilhin the
next four monllis.
.las. I louden was struck by lhe
lever of a stump-pulling machine at
Hosmer ou TuesUay ami painfully
hurt, hut, it is hoped, mn seriously
injured, The arm of the maclilue
struck liiin over the heart causing
collapse from the shock.
News comes from Kalispel, Mont.,
oi the death of 10. Klauuigan, at one
time a well known figure on the
streets of Kernie. He was a victim
of heart disease, uud died ut Wallace, Idaho, lie was buried at hi:
former home iu Kalispel.
At a meeting of the Kernie Football club the other evening the following officers were elected: Honorary president, .J. 1). Hurd, honorary
vice-pr-esiduiit, Charles Si mister;
president, It.. H. Moore; vice-president, Patrick Hughes; secretary-
ueasiiU'r, James McCullough; committee, J, Nell, J. S. Stewart, sr.,
James Cfiesney, J. Marr, 11. Barr, .1.
Barr, W. Kvans, J, Stewart, jr., T.
Anderson ami J. McNicholus.
I'has. ■ Uichartds, formerly of tho
Trilos-Woed grocery stall,' who left
Kernie last October to go on the road
i'or Wilson Bros., wholesale grocers,
of Victoria, has come rapidly to thel
front at. the coast. Charlie is a
hustler, a.s the increase in Wilson
Bros, island business during the pasl
six months eloquently testifies. Ile
lias just been appointed general in
nger of this big grocery house and he
has won llie appointment on his
merits.
II. Old land'a masons on the coke
en construction work at Hosmer
went on strike yesterday at noon.
The men were receiving J.'i.fil) and
Sl.uii [Hrr day tor III hours. Tlicy
were on dry work and many ot theiii
were not masons at nil. The following ultimatum was pruttutrUM and
lhe men did not tni ti up after the
nonli hour: "We, the undersigned
bricklayers ami stonemasons of Hosmer.   B.C.,  agtee  lo abide liy lhe
minutes of n special meeting held on
llie 21k1 day of May, 11)08. A nine
limn day at 55 OOlitfl per hour ami all
over stated time. Sundays Included,
time ami a half, the day |o commence
clock in the morning till     5
gill."
i Sinned)
Signatures
Dl.llaml   was al
ledintcly relume
go to the ollice
lime lie proposes li
ngalnsl llie men Tor breach ol the
Conciliation Act'. Ahoul thirty men
are affected. Tliere nre lots ol men
available and lhe work on the ovens
will not be seriously delayed.
and paraded in honor of the
eroes of the mines.
We
I
PASSING   OF    AN EARLY!
PIONEER
(Written for the Herald.) |
There    died     on     Saturdav,     the
ltith inst, ut Fort Steele, one of the
pioneer   residents      of   the  distiict,
namely, Robert Duncan Mather,    ol
the   Windsor   hotel, aged about fiftv
■ years.    Mr. Mather was a native   of
Tayport, Fifeshire, Scotland, and left
his home laud in I87:t, when a mere
tal.     He has lo walk with the aid ol  Mi reaching   the Kootenay   district
crutches but is glad to be home.        illh1  blowing    year,    on   horseback
Doukhobor gloves   will
fashionable     lliis   year,
made of undressed kid.
A  new Toronto trade
understand a movement is
o secure a piece of land in the
north pari ol lhe city with a view to
having a race track uud recreation
ground.     This is a move in       the
riglil direction and so should receive  Wlll he open lo members ol
the   support ol    every   enterprising fettle un|,,, u„tVi     This ls ,
citizen.     The ground thai  has   done organization thai  is going I
service   iu the past    for all athletic the square.
events is no longer available for thatj ,
purpose and it is now up to Fernie
lo (lo something to secure proper
grounds for all summer games. Wo
nic
he   verv
aiti/.iilioii
the Mali' trade
Miss Rowland and Miss Willson,
Cranbrook, spent Sunday iu town.
wish  lhe parties interested all
"Kid" Scaler, who was to have i
fmighi Lombard in Calgary next
Tuesday has worked iilie double cross
in no uncertain manner according; to
ihe Calgary Herald, lie must have
not colli feet, as ho hit for tint soulh
liurfaifl ihe night uud is now in Spokane preparing fot* a fight with Ncl-
1   Mrs.  H.
Monday.
Mr. drafts
piie Day" \
Ellis
leit for Crnnbrook
ii Donahoe
tiling in i'i.i
—♦	
ipent "Em
MICHEL MEN RESl MK WORK
I Femie District Ledger.)
some   lime    thoro   has
bcei.
Mr. Iteyii
the cily Thursday-     Ile was at oue
time yard master at this point.
"Paddy" Hughes is meeting with
greal success with his list for the
Feruie football club. Sure more
luok lo yon Paddy
Kor
rumors of impending trouble at
f Cranhrook, was in Michel, though nothing definite cmim
be ■gathered iis io ihe cause ol anv
trouble arising, However, n appears that for some time friction occurred lietwteii lhe local union commit liv uud the management. A
nfiuer hy tlie name of Henry Mar-
ehaul came to Michel and obtained
employ men l from the pit boss ol .No.
tf mine and was informed tlial lie
coold not start because there was a
"cave" in the place Uiey intended to
give liim uud that he had better sec
the superintendent. Muichuut, however, went lo the No. 5 mine and
usked lor a job, and upon Informing
the pit boss of his name was lout
lhat- the mint; was already employing
all the men they required. Mar-
chuiit then reported to the union
committee what had transpired. They
interviewed ihu superintendent, who
finally' refused employment to Mar-
ciutnti. At a special meeting of the
miners last Sunday it was decided lo
suspend work although some nwmnet's
wanted lo submit the matter to thc
dislriel olficers and continue work as
per their agreement with the minim uy.
|   im Sunday nighl  District Prcsidcnl
! MOYIE I
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(From thc Moyie Leader.)
Carpenters   arc  making   good progress on K. A. Hill's new residence.
It. J. Brimsun, who for a long time
held lhe position of electrician at,the
St. Eugene, left on the Fiver Mondav night for Montreal.
.1. A. Crawford, Ernest McQinido
n.l (i. T. Mctiicgoi were down to
Cranbrook Thursday evening attend-
Masonic meeting.
Mrs. (toldwin    Stewart  and baby
lefl    yesterday for Calgary on a
sii.     'i'hey will remain away uuiil
ion! July Iii.
Mis, Man  O'Neill is here       fiom
trhlaml,   California,    lo    see      her
brother, ('has. O'Neill.
Howard Springer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. L, Springer, of the Poito
It ieo Lumher company, has been very
ill    wilh    pneumonia, bul is       now
hnii-hi  io in- ..in  uf danger and re
overing.
The pulpit iu the Methodist ehureh
lasl Sundav evening was lilted by
Miss McMillan, of tbe Salvation
Army, Craubrook. She took the
place of Mr. Boultou, tbe regular pus-
, who was away to Vancouver at
lending the conference meeling.
Uussell Hawke, printer's "devil"
in lhe Leader ollice, will leave or
to-morrow's Flyer for Spokane,
where he will spend a few days with
Arthur Lutner. Cecil Larson and
Alfred Carlson, Moyie hoys who are
nt lending lhc Blair business college.
Uussell is a good faithful boy, and
richly deserves his: liltle vacation
Bev. and Mrs. Hon lion arrived
home yesterday from Vancouver,
where they were attending the Methodist conference. Mr. Doullon will be
stationed at Coal Creek for the next
year.
WARDNER f
Sherman arrived in Michel from Moi
rissey for the purpose ol atljusting
contract rules for a new mine. President Sherman was informed thai a
"vacation" had been ordered thai
night. Ile interviewed the local olliecrs and committee and asked whai
was the trouble and why he was not
Informed before anv suspension took
place. lie was lold lhat they iu-
lendtld to lighi it out themselves in
their own way. President Slier mun
then informed tho committee that
they were wrong in breaking their
agreement and that the I'.M.W.A.
would not sustain them in such ar-
tious. Ou Monday summons were
issued against .las. ' Douglas, Chas.
Clamor und Wm. Whltohouse ul the
Instance of the company for a breach
of lhe Lemieux Act in inciting men
io strike. Ou Tuesday evening a
meeling wus held iu Michel 'hail.
President Sherman and Sec.-'i reus
Macdonald being present. The dislriel olliecrs pointed out to the men
where they were wrong and urged
them lo resume work and ahitlc hy
their agreements. It was docidtil h>
a small vote to await the notion id
Kernie men who are expected to
strike in sympathy and also the result of the committee's trip to Fernie.
On Kriday another meeting was
held and the men decided to return to
work and place the matter iu the
bands of the district officers.
Thc eompany from the commencement timk a strong stand. General
Manager Hurd insisting that the men
must resume work before he would
consider the grievances.
The Mark of Identity
j iium Walla Walla, Wash., in the at
that time sparsely settled territory
of Washington. Here he acted for
somo years during summer, -as assistant in the store kept hy his aunt,
Mrs. Milby, ou the famous and Iheu
busy Wild Horse creek, going down
iu winler to attend school at Victoria. When about nineteen be was
accustomed to bring iu by pack train
t,iiiwls Ior his aunt's store, from Walla
Walla, Wash,, over the long trail, by
way of Sand Point- and Bonnets
Fern and up the Moyie river to (ial-
brai Ill's Ferry, now Foil Steele.
Aftei bis aunt's death be for some
time took charge of the store aud tlu>
Chorry Creek ranch, but liom IKKll t,^.
1891 he gave bis whole attenUon tor
lhe ranch, building iu the latter year
a liolel in Fort Steele and calling il
hy lhe maiden ufttw of Ms -ftite.' Thu
Baikal duo. Mr. Mather married
when a Very'young man, hi l88U,T\nd
leaves a widow and seven children, all
girls. Two boj*B of the (amil) died,
one in Infancy, the other, as our
readers will remember, meeting an
untimely dentil by drowning iu thc
Koolcnav river. Mr. Mather's mother is slill living iu Scotland, his
father having died only last, November, aged 78. The deceased, wlm
was familiarly known to every one by
bis hi ven name, was a favorite witli
all old-timers, and was noted for his
kindness and goodness of heart, uud
hence his early dentil will bo very
generally regreilnl hy his acquaintances and all liis old friends. Ilis bereaved wife and family have the kind
sympathy of tlie community. He
leaves here also a younger brother,
llarrv. who is now conducting the
hotel:
FEW IDLE MEN THERE
Says the Prince Rupert Empire:
People who come to Prince Rupert as
sightseers are somewhat surprised iu
not finding conditions here us described by the newspapers of Vancouver, instead of heing met by a
thousand idle men, who look us if
hungry, ihey see a good-sized crowd
of men and women and children, well
dressed, and mute of Ibem hungry
looking. The truth is. there are few
idle men in Prince Uupert. Wages
in Alaska and lhc Yukon are from
Jl to $'l a day higher than ai Prime
Unpen, and few laboring men will
work for $2 or ¥2.50 a day when ihey
can gel a place where the wages are
-VI ami H a day. As long as llwre
is work in Alaska and the Yukon nt
a comparatively higher rule of wages
tliere will be very few good men idle
;ii Prince Uupert. There is as mueh
building in Alaska as here; there is
work for thousands of men in lbe
mines, while there is uo mining
here; there are hundreds ot business
houses scattered throughout Alaska
and lhe Yukon, ami only half a dozen
here. Then why should men hanker
l.i slop oii at Prince Uupert and go
hungry?
444444449444444*444444
(From our owa cur respond wl)
Mrs. Ole Holm and family arrived
in eown Tuesday last to spend the
summer with her husband.
R. II.    Bohart
visitor lust week.
was a   Cranhrook
• luck
Mi
Ile ii
men
of Workmen.
Crows Nest,
d and lold the
nnd gel their
i bring acl ion
Mr. Adney, provincial constable,
[inked back Wednesday last after
doing poliee duty during the Craubrook race meet.
A Toronto distiller has been nominated for the legislature and will,
no doubt, put up a spirited light.
Alex. Burns arrived buck lasfrTucf
day from Creston.
Chas.     Howard
last  Tuesday aud
meeting.
Lew Webb was
Insl Wednesday,
wus In Cranbrook
look in the   race
a Cranio oo'; visitor
Coiner    Jones   was in     Cranbrook
I'uesdai   last.
Bur.',
ek.
was in   Ciunbiook
GONE OCT AGAIN
Michel, May 2(1.—The miners at
Michel are on strike again. Afler
agreeing to return to work on Saturday morning, the men reported
but when they found that twelve men,
including sonic of the loaders of the
union, hud heen told to report to the
superintendent, where they were given
their time, the men decided that this
wus due as a punishment to the union
and refused to go to work.
At the meeting ol the union the
mon voted to strike, claiming tlm
comnany hud broken their agreement
to sift tic the matter iu dispute amicably.
Tire entire union at the end ol the
meeting presented -themselves to the
superintendent and told him they
would not return to work until the
men tfisoharged were reinstated. The
superintendent Informed them he
could not ud until he hnd received
word from Pernio, Everything is
toilet, but the men nre determined to
light lo the last ditch.
FOB CITIES BEAUTIFUL
Sir Thomas Shallghncssy, in discussing the mutter of the heautilicu-
tioii of Canadian cities anil towns,
in Montreal the other day said:
•It is a laudable ambit ion—this
desire lo improve and beautify the
places where humanity congregates
uul make tbem more pleasing, more
iijoyable and more attractive to the
dweller und the visitor. Not all
centers of population are so favorably blessed with nature's beautiful
gifts thut they may become more
than uu aggregation of houses, but
even in these unfavorable places existing eyesores und the ugliuess ol dirty
streets or unsightly structures, ol
unenred for parks and general untidiness may be removed at little expense and trouble."
We are safeguarding ymir interests when
urge you t" look for the
it-Reform trademark in every
Suit and Overcoat you buy.
t is the dislingui
stvle
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Cranbrook, B. C.
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Dezall's Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable
J    DEZALL,   PROPRIETOR
Pine drivers. Handsome Rigs anil Comfortable Stables   < >
Automobile for Picnics, 1,'idcs and Trips to ]',
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SUPERIORITY is the mark that distinguishes
From all others.  -. .Unexcelled in pm-iiy, strength and Mavor.
 Sold by leading grocers freni 50c lb.	
,*. ti,,*
'I'll urn
miwinill mint,
lay.
. t'. Iliiwiif.ss. ,,l t'tiitiliionk, was
slXT'li!,*; mi \V,it*,liii-i Ixitlllivurits last
Wtvllii-silay   wilh his hnrsrlrrs     i*ai*
J his institution is iust up-to-
;te and is modernly equipped
do iust the best work in all
.nches.yf^h^.tn^sorial art.
I
(Krom tin- District Ledger.)
Mayor TiiMli- wns very much |iIims-
iil in receive a very largely si*-iu*ii
petition Irnm lhe Fernie Indies, In
the number ni nhoul llll, requesting
him nul In allow the light that was
iiilverlisisl lor Wiilni'silay night l„
take plnco. Tin- la-dies have the
satisfaction of knowing (hat their
l„'li*ti„n was not. in vain.
Mi I'nrker, ol Nelson, inspector ol
-.veiglilit anil iui-,isuri;s, was doing his
*li,i> ii, lown lasl week.
An Indiana woman is accused ol
making away wilh thirteen prospiT-
ive hiisliands, and Uie detectives ure
sol half through digging up Iier garden.
.Mr.   !,nn'.-!iui-st, nl   Vancouver, re-
presenting the  Realty Trust   & Fin-
l'  company,     wns;   in town last
li singing "l.ulu Land."
Yesterday Iieing the anniversary ,,l
tin-  explosion  wliich occurred       sii     Ml
years ag,,, whereby ono hundred   ami were
lliirly-nine miners met Iheir   death —
m*H*M.*M******  i  ,""' "lim's ''"'' 1los?' "" da-v' ""I »    •■"•»• Mclliamoitd arrived home last
9   fWfWWM*****-**■*■ ■*♦***  ^"-i*' Pioeesslon headed liy the KetiilinThiirsilay Irom the   t.'ianhi-iwk Imspl-
.lames Kay and Miss Menders
Cranlirook visitors Inst week.
A (HtEAT M'llSI'.ltY
-Muiiiii llutrell, ol Grand Foiks, is
owner of what is prolmlily the largest and lincst nursery iu the provinee, situated in Hie Icllilc valley
near (Irand forks, llis shipments ol
tii-es and ilouhs this season lias tin*
cxi'iislcd thnt of any previoin yenr,
and he considers tiuit growing In
Hritish Columhia will expand with
leaps and hounds during the next few
years. Ile employs aliout lifty men
at his nurseiv during the busy season, am! has set out some 250,00(1
young trees this spring, 175,111111 ot
which were apple trees.
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I'l'I'KH, OK COURSE
A professor in the University ol
llerlin, win, came over here a year
ago inudi surprised tho first time
when he traveled in a sleeping car to
lie asked hy the purler lor his berth
ticket. "Mv hlrth ticket?" be said,
"I have my passport, I have my letter ol credit, ami I have even in my
trunk my certificate ol vaccination;
Imt why the railway company should'
want niy birth ticket 1 do not see."
"But," snid t-hc porter, "I mustip
know Whether you havo lower or up- , ,
per berth." "Upper, ol course,"!,,
said the Herman. "Look at my
passport.', does It not say 'Well and
highly born." '—Ei.
NEW SLEEPERS AND DINERS
A large number ol new sleeping and
dining curs will lie put into commission hy the Canadian Pacillc railway
during the present month, and early
in the in,,nlli ol .lune. Eighteen new
sleepers and six new dining cars are
now heing built Ior western lines in
the shops of Hie company In Montreal. All ol these cars aro being
built according lo the latest plans,
and no expense will be saved in their
furnishing ur equipment. They will
lie used on lhc main line between
Montreal and Vancouver.
—i	
NOTICE
I will not be responsible lor   any
debts contracted under Hie name    iil
Dezall Hros., after April 15th.
fi-"* .lohn Dezall.
JOE MARAP0M
SHOE SHOP
lli'imirin*,' a S|ii'cinlty
Aikens Block, Cranbrook
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FRED   ROO
Tin' well-known Gouorttl Merchant
IS
plciist'd tu mako
THE
nimomiceinciit Unit lio carries nil  kinds
of uiurchandiso, ami received llie
BIGGEST
slock of Fishing Tackle over seen  lure.
Some jealous person might cull mo it
LIAR
Hut Fred Hoo is happy
IN
knowing that ho has a reputation in
ELKO
for voracity which is worlll mure to him
Iliun until!,! gulil.
Harness and Saddle.
If
Miners'   aad   Pro,-
pectort,' Supplies
a
Dry flood,
Oroccrles
i.
Raw Fur,
Fruit and Candy
ill
Indian Curio,
and
risking Tackle lli.l
Cliche, lhe fl.li
t THEROOSVILLECASH STORES ii
FRED ROO, Proprietor
ROOSVILLE, B. C. lil.KO, II. C.
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Old Curiosity {
Shop
JOSKl'H li. Mclean. Proprietor
llenlei in
All Classes of Secondhand Goods
BUYER OP  FURS
Furniture ol All Kimla, Imtb
New uml Sccoml-huml
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
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"IMPERATOR"   BRAND
Ham and Bacon
Pllt up liy mil*
Camilla. 'I'he
enough, owing
able hugs.   We
Hum anil llueiui now.
people, is lhe liesl in
Iroui,!,'    is to   get
to shortngo of suil-
liave a supply of lliis
P. BURNS ® CO., Ud.
PHONE NO. io
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Read The HERALD TIIK   t'KANBUOOK   IIKKALI)
Corporation of the City
of CranbrooK
BY-LAW NO. 48
A Hy-Law to provide lur Uiu
levying ol u Koad Tux within the
limits of the Corporation nf tlw City
of C ia u li rook.
Tlie Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City uf Cranlirook iu
Council assembled, enacts as follows:
1.   Kvery male person residing   or
carrying on husiness for not less Umn
thirty (HO) day).', within the limits of
the City ol Cranhrook and heing between the uges ol twenty-one (21) mid
sixty (lid) years unlets:
(a)   Ile is assessed upon the Assessment Koll ol the Cily or Criinhrook,
(hi   Is the  holder   of a Trades   l.i
eense of not less  Iliun  two and
mie   half    dull,us    ($2.fill)   fm
every tin monllis.
(c)   Is a bona tide incmhei nl a part
uersliip   lum    currying un business in (he   Cily ot Cranhrook,
who, iu llie llrui name ui in ihe
tuiine of     one    nf lhe partners,
pays to Ihe I'll) a hatise fee ul
iml   less than  Iwn and mie hall
dollars   ($2.90) lor everv    mv
months,
shall    lie   entered     by the    Assessor
upmi a Koll    In be   known   as     lite
"Koad Tax Koll."
U. Kvery mule person whom name
appears upon the Road Tax Koll,
shall, nn demand, pay tn the Assessor or Collector oi lhe City ol
Cranhrook, the sum nf two dollars
($2,110) us and for his Koad 'lax
for the current year. I'rovidul always, that no ollicer, uoii-commis-
sinneil ullieer, gunner, private or
member ol anv corps in thv Province
of Hritish Columbia, of the Active
Militia Force of Canada, certified by
the ollicer commanding ihe corps, to
which such militia man helmigs or is
SYNOPSIS OP CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS
Any    available
SHCFFLING THE GAMBLERS
(Fernie District Ledger,)
At a meeting of the police commissioners held last night the case
of Chief Pcnnycuick was taken up
Dominion Lands *-'l»rgc by charge, and resulted in
within the Railway Belt in Uritisli s,,mc ,H*atwi arguments on both sides.
Columbia, may be boniesteaded by Looking at the matter from tho
any person who is the sole head oi » standpoint of the public which is thc
family, or any male over 18 years ol;™")* wa>' it ™n W looked at as tlie
age, lo the extent of one-quarter »ec-1'"'ayor, the commissioners aod    the
attached, as being ellicient, shall
liable lo pay sueli Koad Tax.
'A.   Every   merchant,     trader
other employer at labor wii bin
City uf Cranbrnnk, shall pay
Rnad Tax as the same becomes
Irom any person or persons in
nr his einploy, and may deduct
he
the
the
due
llieir
the
amount so paid from the salary,
wages or compensation due or in become due to such person from such
employer upon the production and
delivery of the receipt therefore to
such person. Kvery such merchant,
trader or otlior employer of labor
shall furnish to the Collector when
rcijulred by him so tn do, a list of
all ]H>rsuiis in his employ lialile tu
pay such Road Tax.
•I, Any person liable therefore wlm
neglects or refuses lo pay the said
Koad Tax when demanded uf hiui,
shall he liable lu the penalties hereinafter mentioned.
5. In case any person fails tu pay
the said Road fax for his employees
or deliver to llie Collector the list
. mentioned in Section '.., when rctpilr-l
ed so to do or knowingly states anything falsely titer chi, "such person
shall, ou complaint ol the Collector,
and upon summary conviction, be
liable to a penalty not exceeding one
hundred dollars (IKHMIll.)
(i. When such Road Tax is due and
unpaid after demand made therefore,
the Assessor or Collector of the
Municipality may by himself or his
Ageut, levy the same with costs, hy
distress of thc goods and chattels uf
the person who ought to pay thA
raine, or of any goods und chattels in
bis possession wherever the same
may be found within the Municipality, or of any goods and chattels
found on the premises uf sueh person,
the property of or in the possession
of an}* other occupant ot the premises, and the costs chargeable shall bo
those made puyuble in cases of distresses for rents and penalties by "An
Act respecting the costs ol levying
distresses for rents ami penalties,
aud il no sufficient distress can be
found, then upon nummary convicldoa
lief ore a Justice ol the Peace having
jurisdiction in the Municipality, on
tlw refusal or neglect ol such person
lo pay the said sum, he shall incur u
penalty of Five Dollars ($5.00) with
costs,'and in default of payment at
such time as ihe convicting .lustice
slui 11 order, shall he committed to
lhe common gaol and bo there put lo
hard labor for any time nol exceeding ten (10) days, unless sueh penalty and costs ami tho eosls ol lhe
warrant of commitment nnd of eon
veying llie said person tu jail arc
sooner paid.
7. The Assessor   or Collector    of
lite Municipality  may bv  himself
agent demand from ail]  person I
to pav such Road Tax ihe production
nl his receipt fnr lhe same, aud    tn
ease nf lhe neglect  or rcfllRnl ot any
such     person tn   produce,    when demanded  by     the  AMNWffi
Inr, a    receipt   lawKillj
him, the A'mmmi »i Collector   mi
bv himsell or ageni. n motil
nl such Koad Tax lu lhe iii.innei pi
viiled     in the nevl    preceding section
of lliis llv-I.iivv.
8. This  Mv l.uw
the "Rnad tax Hy-Law
Itcad a lirst and set il
lirsi day of  April, A.  It
i mu of ItiO acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land olllco for the district
iu which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, bo made uu
certain conditions by tne latber,
mother, sun, daughter, brasher or
sister ul an intending homesteader.
Thu hm nes tea der Is required to perform tho conditions connected therewith under une ul the following plans:
(1) At least six mouths' ttuitleute
upon uud cultivation of tbe laud in
cadi year fur three years.
(b). Jf the lather (or mother,
if the father is deceased), ol the
boniest cider resides upun a farm iu
the vicinity uf the laud euteied lur,
the rci|!iireuients us tu residence may
bu satis Uud by such person residing
wilh the father or mother.
l.i j. 11 the settler bus his permanent icMdciicc upon l.iiiiiing land
owned by him in Uie vicinity uf ins
hoiiii'sleail, the leijiiiieiiieuls as lu
icmiIciicc may bu satisfied by resilience upon the said laud.
Six   mouths'   notice   in    writing
sliould he given to the Commissioner
i limniiiioii Lands ul Ottawa ul   in-
tuulioii (n apply for patent.
COAL—Cuul mining rights may be
leased fur a period ol twenty-une
years at an annual rental ol H per
Not mure than U,570 acres
shall lie leased tu ono individual ur
cuinpany. A royalty al tbo rate uf
live cents per ton shall be collected on
thu merchantable cual mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ot the Minister of the Interior
8-201
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
Nnliee is hereby given that one
month alter dale 1 intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police Ior a renewal of my Hotel
License to sell intoxicating liquors,
under thc provisions ol the Statutes
in that behalf, in the premises
known and described as the
Central Hotel, situated at Marys-
rille, B. C, to commence ou the
1st dav ol July, 1908.
Paul Handley.
Marvsville, ». C, April 27th,
1808. ' 8-4t
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date I intend to apply
to the Superintendent ol Provincial
Police for a renewal ol my Hotel
License to sell intoxicating liquors,
under the provisions ol tht Statutes
in that behalf, in the premises
known and described as the
Royal Hotel, situated at Marys-
tillu. H. C.| to commence on the
1st day *of .lulv, 1008.
H. h. Sawyer.
Marvsville, H. C, April 27th,
1008. " 0-*t
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date I intend to apply
to the Superintendent ot Provincial
Police for a renewal ol my Hotel
License to sell intoxicating liquors,
ander the provisions of the Statutes
•jn that behalf, in the premises
known and described as the
Wardner liolel, situated at Wardner,
It. C, tn commence on the
1st day ot July. 1008.
K, II. Bohart.
Ifarclncr,       B.      C,     April 27th
1908. t»~*t
.ihi.
idle
ni by
FOR SALK
3*20 acres nt land, very suitable lot
combined stuck and fruit (arm, 200
teres is first-class bottom land with
never failing stream of excellent
wait i Bordering on south side is a
line lake of ahoul 200 acres, a large
quantity ol open country, surrounding
ml table fur grafting stock, Some
Improvements, Clear title. Enquire "C, 8," Herald ollice. 4-lSt
UT
LIQUOR LTCRNSf
hereby given that
iiinulb
llurge,
Intendi
Transfi
Motel
liquors
Pel iv   Cl
chief of police aro public servants.
placed there to luok alter the besl
interests of the public in general, the
matter .Inst resolves itself into ihis:
The commissioners, to do justice to
the city of Fernie, cannot leave the
present chief iu his position. He admitted iiiutigb of the charges to lay
him open to dismissal; as a man in
dispense, the law to the law-breakers
ol all classes must Im more exemplary
iu his i-ti.iiacter than Pennycnici.
openly admitted be is.
Tin* chief's excuses were all very
lame, and while Mayor Tuttle muv
have taken a little too much upon
his shoulders without consulting the
commissioners, he apologized to them
for it, aud us it was dnno iu tlw he-.!
interests ol the city, ami has already
been of material good, wc cannot
blame Hie mavor one whit. We will
not namo the many case!-, that were
brought nji, as wc only want to acquaint the public with whut will
ho of interest, and naming the
charges would do no guod to anyone.
The commisrjoners, however, in tan-
hess tti Chief Pemiycuick, granted his
case a remand till Monday nifc-ht.
Iletme going Mayor Tuttle movcftl a
resolution lhat "All gambling be
stopped by the police in the city of
Fernie." Commissioner      Broley
seconded the motion, and on being
put it carri.il without a dissenting
voice. This edict is to go iuto effect at once.
We cotirider  this oue    of the finest
nd most progressive steps that has
ever been taken, and think that the
citizens of Fernie in general will he
much pleased to hear it.
(lanibling in Ihis lown'has been too
open, tun rank, and the working
man's family have suffered Irotn it as
from the excessive drinking in au extent that is appalling. So that iu
doing away with the gambling It Is
me forward step to the workers and
their families.
IT IS NOT EASY
To apologize.
To begiu over.
To be unselfish.
To take advice.
To admit error.
To 'he charitable.
To keep on trying.
To be considerate.
To avoid mistakes,
To endure success.
To be a clean man.
To obey conscience.
To keep out the rut.
To profit hy mistakes,
To think and then act.
To forgive and forget.
To make the best of little.
To subdue nn unruly temper.
To despose underhnndness.
To maintain a high standard.
To shou.der a deserved blame.
To recognize the silver lining.
To accept just rebuke gracefully.
To smile in the face pf adversity.
To   value character    above reputation.
To discriminate between sham   and
real.
But it always pays.—Ex.
THIS IS THE REASON
ln thc senate the otHer day in reply to a question by Senator Macdonald of British Columbia, who ask-
■d if the government had acted upun
his suggestion that former governor
generals of Canada be invited to
visit- the Dominion at the time of the
Quebec celebrations. Hon. R. W,
Scott said there was an unwritten
law hut one which had never lieen
looker, that a governor general
should never visit Canada after his
term had expired. The reason for
this was that coming officially he
woulil havo to take a much lower
place lhan he formerly occupied and
give precedence to those whom he
ranked above when governor general.
The govornment had, therefore, not
acted on Senator Macdonald's suggestion.
Mini  and
Mav.   A.
be cited     us
lime mi the
111118.
Read u third'linn  lhe (llh Hay of
Mav, A. I». 1008.
Reconsidered ami flnnllj
adopted on the nth day
ii urns.
.1   IV Fink, Mayoi
T, M   Roberts, CI
I    cerlifv the  above to he
original cop} nl the Hv Law
soil bv   the Municipal Cmineil
Corporation ot    the citj nl
brook,
Dated     lhe 35111       dav
A. D.  1008.
T.  M
Clerk ot the Municipality
of Cranhrook.
ol    CrttiP
nf    May.
Roberts,
of the City
one
alier dale I, Mrs. O. A
Intend to apply to the Super-
ii ol Provincial Police for n
i to Mi T. M. Brydon ol my
License to sell intoxicating
nn.In the provi
ng ol Uio Statutes in that behall,
ihe premises known and dcscrilml
lhe Perry Creek Hotel, situated
Perry Creek. B.C., to commence
thr iirst  day nf .lulv,  IMS.
Mis. 0. A. Burgc.
k, B.C.. Mav lllh, PHIS.
9-41
LIQUOR   LICENSE ACT
Nnliee is hereby  given   that       one
unth alter dale 1  intend   tu    apply
to   the   Superintendent  of   Provincial
.lire fur a renewal nf     my     hole!
eiise    t<>    sell    intoxicating liquors
der    the      provisions      of        tlie
Statutes    in      lhat behalf in        tlie
premises known and descrihed ns thc
Falls View hotel, situated at Marys-
lie, u.c, to commence     on    the
first  day    of .luly, 1908.
Chas. E, Finch,
Marvsvlllc,       B.C.,      April     27th,
1008. Mt
FINDLAY   RIVER RICH IN GOLD
C. II. Hurley and Wm. Ellis, Vancouver men who have sent a numlter
uf prospectors Into the lngenlka eountrv, recently received personal letters
from the men at McConnell creek,
under date of the middle of April,
staling lhat all the claims are ex-
eeedingly rich. Even better looking
prospects were struck by a party 80
miles In the northeast, but luck ol
provisions compelled Ihem to return
before a lull inspection could he made.
Tho top gravel is said to go %'Ml to
the pan and the dirt runs 10 cents to
the pan at a depth of 32 feet. Provisions are very short at the camp
and it is expected thut a pack train
will leave Hazelton about 'lune 1.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF    SOUTHERN DIVI
810N  EAST KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Catherine Mclnnis, of Klkmouth, B. C, wife of
Malcolm Mclnnis, of she same place,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
Commencing at a post planted    at
the   northwest   corner    of Lot 123,
Kast Kootenay    District, thence cast
eighty chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence    west to Lot 6261, then   following   the    iMttinMary   line of Lots
•281 and 4142 and the right of way
of the Crows Nest Southern railway
to the point of commencement,   and
tontainttw 400 acree, mora or less.
Catherine Mclnnli, Looator,
Malcolm Mclnnis, Agent.
Dated May 16th, 1908. 0 0t
JOHN    W.   WOLF
ROOT, SHOE AND
HAMNE35 MAKER
Old Shoes  Made  New.
All Kimlx of Repairing.
(live meu cull     ::     ::
OFFICE   -   ARMSTRONG AVE.
ESTRAY HORSE
Left my premises about tour
weeks ngo, a lour year old bay mare,
branded "" left shoulder with mark
like inverted pot hook. Suitable reward will bo paid lor return ol
animal or information as to whereabouts.
E, 0. Smith,
WyollBe.
■mixes looking, up
Canada LuintN-rmati: A llritisli Columbia report savs that lumber camps
in Ilir interior are beginning to opiii
up, nud this is liming a good effect
upon general truth-. There Is al-
reailt* a good demnnd (or supplies.
City trade continues lair, with staple
lines doing a normal business. The
nut look (or summer business is good.
C,,ll,*eii,,ns* nre generally lair to muni,
with some improvement, notod from
interior points.
.MILLIONS FOIt CANADA
A despatch Irom Washing-ton says
tbat during the Inst seven months
;m,ii(i0 people lelt tlw United States
fur Canada. At least 5,000 ol these
were farmers, who sold their larms
In tho United States to buy simllai
property in Canada, ami it is estimated that they each carried an
average ol 18,000 Irotn tliat country.
Tbey thus collectively carried
,10,000,000 into Canada. The other
emigrants who lelt the United States
[or Canada, carried, It is estimated,
between »1.5fl0 and 12,000 each.
SKAOIIAM        WINS      ANOTHER
KINO'S PLATE
.losoph E. Seagram's Scismac won
Iho King's Plate, at* Toronto, on the
alteration ot the 23rd, last Saturday,
making the mile and a quarter In
2.11. Shimonese, Irom tho Valley
Farm stable, ran second and Seagram's "Hall a Crown" third.
ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING
IS NEEDFUL JOB PRINTING
To the Business Men of
Cranbrook
Marysville
Kimberley
Wyeliffe
Fort Steele
Moyie
Morrissey
Creston
Sirdar
Wardner
Elko
And other towns in East Kootenay, and to the
Lumber and Mining Men of the District:
NOTICE
The Herald has long enjoyed the reputation of
turning out artistic, modern, commercial job work,
but durinS the last month it has spent a large sum
of money adding machinery and the latest faces of
type to its equipment, and has over $1,000 worth
of printing stationery stock on the way from Toronto, reherefore, the Herald is able, better than
ever before to deliver the goods in the printing line.
When you want work done by high class typographical, artists in a modern printery, send your
orders to
THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO., Limited
F. E. 8IMP80N, MANAGER
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA THE CHANBHOOK   1-1 SUA 1.11
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RE50LVED
'OU NEED NOT GO BARE
HEADED. V/E HAVESOAIANY
STRAW*WJS.
A MAN l5flRSTJUD0EP
NOT BY WHAT IS IN HU
iEAD BUT BY WHAT IS
ON IT    Bl/STER,
Hot Weather Clothes
Summer is iust about here with
its unbearable hot days.
Be comfortable this year. Wear
Ugh! weight clothes designed lur
just such extreme weather.
We have the clothes.
Campbell's Clothing
Two and Three Piece Summer
Suits are made in the lightest kind
ot Homespuns and Flannels,
fust lo wear them will give a
man a cool appearance-, and he'll
be just as cool as he looks.
Prices from $6.00 tn $18.00
VTI*w M«T Tint    I*
DoE.5 NOT YOUR. HEAD TEEL HOT IN THE OLD HAT
YOU ARE WEARING? WHY NOT PUT ON A CLEAN
.SWELL .STRAW HAT? THE HEAD 1*5 THE CENTRE OF
ALL FEEL1N6, AND UNLE-SJ YOUR HEAD FEEL-S dOOD
YOU CANNOT FEEL (SooD. WE CAN MAKE THE HEADJ
OF ALL MEN FEEL COMFORTABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING
PRICE-5:-
MEN'S PANAMA HATS lor	
"      WHITE SAILOR HATS for
CRUSH HATS for
   $5.50
   $3 00
$1.75
   $1.25
75c and $1.00
The Ever Popular
Blue Serge
It the dressiest ol all sack suits.
Whether in single or double-
breasted effects, our new models
embody thc summer season's
newest ideas oi style   and finish.
The coati, as is usual with
Campbell's Clothing
have special attention given to
their shape holding features. There
is no sagging or wrinkling up the
front. This, with the tact that
OUR BLUE SERCE NEVER
FADES, makei il worth your
while to call and look over our
stock of summer suitings.
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Try  a   Case  oi
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Tun   Ou/en   I'hils   $J.S»
Squill  tu 11 uii,in'us'.   Tlio fiiioat lievarage on the market
fur I'.wiily uml tnlile use.    Imparts vigor mul
health, mul tonos up the body generally
JAMES KERRIGAN
I'rt'Wcr, Uraiibrwik.   B. C
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FOR   SALE
A number of Bain md Chatham Secondhand Looting
Trucks. Jusl Ihe thiiig lor Tie Contractors to buy.
For particulars apply to*
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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LOCAL NOTES
PICKED IIP    AUOUT   THR I'm
HY ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
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lie sure and attend the
BIG DOMINION EXHIBITION I
♦ AT CALGARY, JUNE 29 TO JULY 9
X nod stop at the
|  QUEENS HOTEL  j!
♦ H.  L.  STEPHENS, Proprietor
X   lhc Best oi Service.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ *****
The Best of Rooms  !!
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
j    C. M. VanWormer, Proprietor.
HANSON   AVI*: ClIANIlItOOl'
: Horses, stoves, new and aecund
hanil turnlture, stoves, tinware,
crockery, glassware, anything anl
everything Irom a white elephant l,i
a white mouse.   ■
You'll be surprised how lar your
dollar will stretch at our store. Come
and ea-se upon its and our itock,
It will save you money ami put
smile on your laee.
Ni-.v mid Strictly 1,'irut-Clans
Am.-iiLu.il I'liin. $2.50 porilny up
Tei.eptione 208G
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS i
Ohas. IIaiitnkv. Proprietor.
Cur. Seymour ami Cordova Sis.
Oppostu 0.1'. II. Station
Vancouver, B. C. :
si
§
si
Canadian Hotel
u n
-jg          One of the pioneer hotels of Cran* fi
{J}          brook.   Warm rooms, good meals J3
{3           .nul a liar stocked with the best 0
-a a
8                                     . a
|Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
a a
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MiiiiiiiiMiifflMiHiaiiwis
1 Wentworth Hotel
Mj Ciiltl'.IVIT .<t CO.. Proprietors
m CRANBROOK        - - ll. C.
Tlila i*, il,o hotel tliat il,,-y ".all- aliotil.
Who nra " limy " 1
Tlio people.
Ul.y ,1,, "tl,,.,* " i«lk ?
Un (ir,*„,,,,t (,( ii,,, ,.,,,,,1 iitesls, il„* rnmlortalile rooms, il,e exec].
1,'ni service, nml 11,,* ouuliul.courteous treatment accorded lo nil, l-::,t „
i„,-nl :it tin* w**„i***„rll, nntl vnu Ikh'Oiih- a Went worth Itchier.   Try il.
**********************
Tbt Driyaul wb.resp.i-1,
promptly I. orders
THAT IS WORDEN
lie iiimUpb it (tpi-T'iiili v of all Limit
TKANSPBR BUSINESS
AMI UOVISO PIANIIB
It j„„ i„,,l your T<„ iitiimuu',.*,*'!
Hnlel v. vnli bail brttert'all up
WKRDKN
II iNDLKS THK BUST OF COAL
Alio .l.-llven. sI'llAR dlr.,-1* Irnm
llieretlii.r.v through tie, whole-
.fl,* |,.„pl. to i.l,. n-lail
lr.,1*.
TKLKI'HOXK 116
nniir lu I'ranhruot H„l»l Bl,.,-k
W. E. WORDEN
**********************
AWNINGS
All Stylet an<l Colon,   Mmle on
Short .Nutlet
A.GWENIER. Maker
Armstrong Ave., (.'rattbmidt
*.AW. AW.AW. ******** AW. *%.
IARMERS" INSTITUTE
;; CRANBR00K-FERNIE
i,
' i    President: T. 8. Gm.
Kecretnry: Giomis Ahiiwohtii
,, Por itiftirnifiti,,!, regarding lamls
,, ami  agriculture   apply   to tl„*
Secretary, Cnuilirook, 11. C.
******
Cranbrook
Livery **
Teams ami iliiver, famished for en-
uolnt In Ike dlflrli".
A 0OVI.R, Manager
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦•• i
* KOOTENAY
ELECTORAL DISTRICT
A .convention uf ihe Lilieral,
ol Kootenay wlll In, li.-ld at
Nelson,   11. ('., ,,i,
THURSDAY, JUNE 4,1908
For lhe pitrjiose ol pslei'lltig a
cainliilnte to contest tin' rlifliig
In tht. noi I Dominion election in
the Interests of tht* Ulieral
parly.
Thi'   convention   will opon at
7 |un.,iunt nil  Mlieruls are invited   to   attend,   hut  only ae-
(.ii'ilileil delgatet will Ui allowed »i
to rote.
The basis ol representation
will Ik1 one delot'UtH (or everv
60 votes, or fraction thto'eoi-
[tolled at lhe lu-t Domiiilon elec-
tion. Properly accredited proxies ii
will he recognised,
NEL80N LIBERAL ASSOCIATION   >
F,  .1.   Deane, I'
1).    Proud foot,
Tli
Sow potatoes at Kink's Pure Food
Grocery.
J,    PHxpnirick, ol   Marysville,    is
in town today,
j||   Salurday Special,     Mutter Scotch
j*. iiii),'. tm  ISc.—Thc I'alm.
< i j   William Foraytbe, ol Klmberloy. h
4 ia guest of (lie Cosmopolitan hotel.
1*. Wood, the Cherry Creek    cattle
u I baron, wns in Crnnbrook ou Momlay
* * i   Fancy Oregon Cream Cheese. Krcsb
evory weok at Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
Beattie   & Atchison have Installed
.[ new up-to-tlnlt! cash regl«te(;
their storo.
The   regular    weekly band concert
will ho given on Friday evening     al
js p.m. at the.bandstand.
|    Saxon pan-dried tolled oats,  pre
imn in every package.     New stuck
Fink's Pure Focit Grocery.
Roy Hoggarth,     of tbe Cranbrook
hotel,    is spending two   weeks vaoa
lion at Blairmore Springs.
Two first-class milch cows Ior sab
' 'by Mr. W.    V. Doran, Silver     Creel
Ranch, Cianbrook, JJ.G. Mt'
W.  D.   Hill    has had bis residence
on Hanson   avenue, repainted which
improves its uppearaiicc immensely.
W. It. Ross, K.C., M.P.P., of Fernie, accompanied by Mrs. Itoss, was
in Cranbrook between trains on Sunday.
Will and .lidm Lyle have returned
from Spokane, where they bave been
living for tbo past few years, and will
again locate in Cranbrook.
California pets: ''Ooldeu Flower
Oranges" and "Limonera Lemons."
Do not be mist led with substitutes.
We sell the above brands.—Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
lto-t<tu« with B-hIh.   'Plume in
evory room
Itiirl-tr Bltopon ihe promises,
Thoroughly iip-indate.
Rales, $2.00 a day and up.
C1KO. P- WFU.S, Pioprietor
li. TOM KIN, Malinger
"STEWART'S";;
Tin-1
iillnir Trull si,
MIlAlVltHIHtll*.**. TO.MAT01.il
ITlTMIlKlt-i
IIREKM OSIOXS      I.KTTIIPII
I'EI.ISIIV
IHZI.i:W,„il, HK I'liKAM
STHWAItT'H KINK t'lliMlll.VI'liH
HUGH STEWART
IMiime 7S Aiiiistrong Ave.
**********************
K.C. Swanntll. I>* L. »., « *■■ L. S.
A. I. Itolwrupn, is. C. L. s.
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
liiiminion and BritishIViluml,in
LAND SURVEVORS
P.O. Drawer793 VICTORIA, B. C,
M. A. Heale's ni'iv house on I'oolt-y
avenue is under construction. It is
Ito lie a handsome two storey resttl-
I'lico. I). J. Johnson has Uie t-„n-
ti'iu-t* fnr its erection.
i Dr. Hugh Watt nnil flcorRc Geary
were t-liH-tiil delegaUli lust nigllt ai n
mretiiii*-; hiSd in Fort .Steele io nt-
ti-tid lhe I.ilii'inl convention to l,e
held In Nelson .lune 1 tli.
W. P. Hickman, who hns heen in
tin, superlntendtnit's iidlep here lor
somo weeks, lias lut-h moved to Ciil-
gnry, when' lip hns aei-epti-,1 nunllii'r
position with  tlie t'.l'.R.
A. C. Yt-a-por, ol Moyie, was in
town yi.ii,'i',lii> and carried with him
un otnnindve sniile, lite result ol lie-
II,u; tin- lather id un right pound
il,iui;liti-i- limn on Tui-Hduy, May SUtiti.
l*:v,Tyt,,rtly is doillR well.'
Mnrcy D. Couch, „l Pineher Crock,
rcproscntins llu- Canadian Northwest
oil company, is In town this week
rustling ns usual, llis hrolliei*. .1. W.
t'litu-li, i, prominent real estate mnn
„1 Texas, is visiiing with him lor
n Inw days,
Mr. l-'nss. lormerly of the eonlrui'l-
* , ing lirm ol Kuss A* McDonald, passed
~|ilni,null Crnulirnok last Tuesday. Mr
Cuss hns n lurge niiitilier „l Iriends
ii In lllis dislriel nn.l n number 1,1 llli'ln
' i Iiiiii ,, few minutes chat will, hlm at
' » the station.
I Snluriluv Speeiul, llutter Scotch,
lillle. lot* Ifii-.-The Palm.
| The 1,-iitiire llim at llie new opera
limine this week was the "Sleeping
nenuty," mut n ningnifieent moving
pietiire siili.lw-1 it is. Malinger Mellenry look it togelhei* with other
films to Moyie „n Wcdnctidav. where
he gave nn exhibition In the Miners'
Union hnil.
V. ll, VanDecar, accompanied bv
Mrs. VanDecar nnd Mrs. Jameson
left yestortlny lor an exlenslve nuto-
inoliile trip to the Windermere country and wlll be absent aliout, a week.
Mr. VanDecar took along a complete
ramping outfit and the party can
stop wherever lancy dictates.
Saturday Special, ilutter Scotch,
30c. lor 15c.—The Palm.
WANTKD-Oirl to assist iu ollice
and store work in Cranbrook. Apply bv letter tu storekeeper, care
lleralil ullice. 10-lt
Last Tuesday the utransements ol
the train service on ilie North Star
branrl, were changed. In tuture
there will he a tri-weokly service between Craubrook. Marysville and
Kimlierlev on Tuesdays, Thuriklays
and Saturdays, leaving Cranbrook at
7.30 and rotiiruing al i-t.M us in thc
past.
The lender nnd ineiubers of tho
Cranbrouk city band ask the Herald
to express theit thanks to the business men and others who toalt purl
tl„* baseball game last Monday
llius milking it a stioccsB. Tlicy wi-n,
alsu to thank one and all who contributed towards the collection on the
oiiadt.
Saturday Special,     Ilutter Scotch,
lc, lor I':,,*.—Tin- Palm.
Captain s. D. Pompelly, ol Portland, Ore, anived uu tiro Flyer last,
'iiiug to luok altci* tin- annual
«„ik „f bis mineral claims on Luke
crock. The captain sloppi-d over al
Scuttle a low days li. witness lbe
inagiiiru'eut spectacle presenlcl by
the asseiiibling ,d I'nclc Sam's ai
iiuuln iu the harbor at tbat place.
Dave Urillith, „i Willi Homo erect
can,c Iii yesterday, bringing with
hi,,, the usual amount ol ?,"i'i dual
in,in tin- diggings iu that section.
Mi. tliiilith says thai. Wild Horse
crook and the Kootenay rivet aie
now nearly to the high water mark,
and if warm weather sets in there
woulil be nu telling as lu how high
tho water would go.
Monday next is tho lirst ol (lie
mouth The Herald has lieen exceedingly lenient, with a number ol
its debtors during the past lew
months, but next week expects to ask
those owing this ollice to pay their
bills, as it takes money to run a
newspaper like the Herald and neither a bank, the wholesale houses nor
the employes will accept stand oil's.
Arrangements have been made to
open the gymnasium two nights a
week liom six till ten, on Monti-ay's
and Thursday's during the summer.
All aro welcomed to the use ol lhc
li„„i*. A small fee will be charged
(rum June till October, but those
who aie not working, or not able to
pay, will be jusl us welcome as
lhose who hold tickets. W. Hopkins, the secretary, will furnish any
luitlii't- information lo enquirers.
This scheme i& to encourage the use
ol the rings, bais and dumb bells,
and oilier physical drilling. No basket ball will lie allowed on the llonv
until the winter.
MARRIED
Last Tuesdav morning al lhe
Church ol England, at Wotaskiwin,
Alberta, the marriage tnok plaee ot
Thomas M. Roberts, eity clerk „! lhe
mtitiicipnlily ui Cranbrook, and Miss
L. Birkclli of Wotaskiwin. Mr
Roberts is well known in Cranlirook,
bavin- lia-n here fuf a number ot
years ns a member of the firm of
Arnold .-. Roberts, real estate agents
and has held a lumber of pul,lie and
semi-piihlie positions, such as seere**
larv ol lie board „l Irade, secretary
„f the lire department and secretary
ol the Craubrook Park, Limited. For
the Insl two vears h„ has beeu city
clerk, wlllcll nlllcc be has held lo Ilir
satisfaction ,,t every citi/rn of th
town. Miss Rirkctl is well nnd lav
orabtv kn ,wu here anil has a host ul
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will
return to Cranbrook in a low days
by way of the Arrowhead lakes and
\vill mako their honie lu thc residence
on Harwell avenue, recently purchased hy -Mr. Roberts Irpin L. W. Patmore. The Herald Joins the many
It-lends uf Mr. and Mrs. Itolierls i
wishing tbem every happiness.
 *,..
CONSERVATIVE CONVENTION
The Conservative convention for the
purpose of selecting a candidate to
lie tlie standard hearer o that, party
for the district of Kootenay at tlu
cnmiiiing Dominion elect-ion, will
be held in Nelson at a Hate to he
announced later. Twelve delegates
will be selected Irom each ol the
provincial ridings, proxies being permitted. The ridings in the Dominion
district ol Kootenay are Ymir, Kas
lo, Columbia, Revelstoke, Nelson.
Rossland, Cranbrook, Fertile and Slocan. The decision as to who the
candidate will lie is entirely In thc
huiids ul these 108 delegates. A
meeting ol the Cranbrook district as-
socialibn will be called shortly to
elect delegates.
>
A RECORD TRIP
Dr. Bonnell, ol Fernie, made what
is a record trip between Windermere
niid Fernie. Leaving Windermere at
tl a.m. last Monday morning In
eompany with V. Hyde Baker and
Dr. King, in Mr, linker's big while
sl earner automobile, tlicy arrived at
Wasa, a distance ol lllty-one miles,
al l.'Jil p.in. From Wasa he drove
a team lo Cranbrook, a distance ol
21 miles, arriving nt fl p.m., having
covered 7ft miles by road alter 11
a.m. Here he caught the Soo-Spok-
Flyer at* HI o'clock and was in
Pernio ul 1.05, making the whole
trip of 187 miles In five minutes
iimlt-r ih,* 12 hours.
Failure is olten the result ol el-
tort; victory always ii.
Thc public is tprick to detect sham,
bul quicker to lorget It.
For every tongue of gossip there
must be ai least two ears.
A little sympathy at home lightens
many a load down town,
Somehow or other late Irosts never
hurt the crop ol spring poetry.
The picture on the box is uo sign
if the quality ol the cigar.
Tin- wise man profits hy his mis-
tnkes; the fool forgets them.
Debts arc ahoul thc only things
that' grow bigger by conlraeiion.
Men     who always "vote straight"
,* responsible lor a lot ol crooked
politics,
\ lot ol rhnraclers have been iiiin-
,1 by being hung over a back yard
lelice.
II is always darkest lust before
dawn, bul II is ollen ti-dlous waiting
Im* the light.
Out* gallant rv docs not impel us
I,, give our seat lo a woman who is
lugging a poodle dog.
When a small man Is pill Into a big
plaee he Immediately tries to till It
by swelling up.
A lut ut men nre like soda loiiutalns
—give of! lots of Iroth but mighty
lillle solid substance.
There is considerable difference hetween praying lor what, we want
most and praying lor what we need
most.
A lot of men who are wailing lor
ships* to come in have failed to
weigh Iheir anchors.
Home mot hers think so much ol a
clean house that thev uverlook the
idea of a   coinloitabic home.
In our anxiety tn accomplish lint,
things wc overlook a lot of little
things    Ihal, aggregate      great
ness.
fiood healih is often a matter ot
temperament.
The older we get the mnre wc wel*.
come rain on a holiday,
The best bargains are always nl.
lered .iust alter yon have spent tbt,
last available dollar.
Better build castles in Spain Ior
yoiirsell llmu l,» dig pits for your
neighbors near hnme.
When a city man pushes a      lawn
mower   about a   mile he thinks be
has done as much work as a liar-
vest hnnd.
A lot of us would gel. out barefooted and squash the mud up hetween nui* lues if wc weie not
afraid of tlie conventionalities,
This is the season when a city
man wilt lie as proud ol a gardea
as hig as a blanket as a larnter Is
of 320 acres of clean, growing
crops.
Wc always feci sorry for a man
when we sec. him standing around
and being asked fnr advice when his
wife is buying a new spring bonnet.
Everybody likes a cbeertul liver.
WHIT
THE    ADVANCE
SAYS
AGENT
Marjory Moore, a Very ynung
gifted singing comedienne will
specially al thc Edison theatre
Monday,     Tuesdav,   Thursdnv
unlay.     .Miss Moore wlll
her sunns in costume and her
infill will he in addition to the
moving picture nud Illustrated
programme,
ml
he    a
next
and
give
enler-
usiiai
song
Cone to the races."
feathers     make
Fine
hats.
expensive
Real saerilice entails some inconvenience.
The   dead   can    not enjoy Powers,
but the living can-
Trying to   be '"one ol    tbe boys"
has put   mnny a man to the bad!
The preacher who is popular with
. *frybody is missing some golden opportunities,
The man who pays lor the 'Merry
Widow" hat can not appreciate the
joke about It.
The fellow who is always boasting
of being the "hoss ol his own
house" is usually a grouch.
If champagne cost. but. .'Ill cents a
quart most men who drink it* Would
prefer a good quality ol elder.
I'he men who nre always complaining uliout "crooked politics" are the
nui, who never try lo straiglit-mi it
out.
mid lake as much    Insulin- things   as a      baby
BRAIN
;-!AKS
(Selected.)
The   songs   you   cannot recall ure
not Ihe good songs.
The sermon tbat   burrs is the sermon that hits.
Heaven   in    gained by effort, not     Pietv   does   nnt   demand
alone by results. face.
Wish
tercst. in
lakes     in     ils own bands when     It
flrsl discovers possession nl them.
Whenever we see ii mnn riggisl mil.
In ludge regalia we laugh In think
what mean things some mm say
il the dress lads ol the women,
Whi-n wc vvanl a ninii lur a
dinicull lasl, ae are nut going to
hunt f,,r the uue who !<»>k thr- |,ii/c
a.s lhc hcsl  wall/cr at the dance.
Sunie mi-ii alwavs make n   show
id sab,I in,- the dug, and mnny    nl
Ihem dn nui    ere ,( rap about   lhc
principles     l„i      wliich tlio        „IJ
banners lands.
We i now peuple who always ap-
plaiul Mozart- or Beethoven and secret Iv long lor "OP Hm Tucker" and
'Arkansaw Traveler."
A lot of charity is trapped. ^^^
Sin Is not distinguished by sex.
a grim
Checrupnthy   is    one ol th e best
schools of medicine.
It takes such a little mistake    to
create such a big worry.
The world    never   oilers to pay a
man what it owes hlm,
Boy saving by proxy Is usually    a
failure.
A Sign of   -the   Times: "Situation
Wanted."
Professional piety Is satisfied with
the salary.
	
	

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