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JAN 8. 1908       J
THE CRAMBROOK HERALD.
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OBAN BROOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   Till "USD VV.  .JANUARY   2,   Hits
NUMBER    II
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The Great
Success of
The Season
One Night Only
SATURDAY
Jan. 4th
All of Western Canada has surrendered to
THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH
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which is being presented under the direction of C. P. Walker, of Winnipeg.   Thi* Superb
production will appear at tin-
New Opera House, Cranbrook, Saturday, Jan. 4th, 1908
with the same Company and magnificent scenery that appeared in Winnipeg for two weeks.
It is a costly production, and nothing like it has ever been seen in Cranbrook. It breathes
touching pathos and sweet Scottish humor, carrying out in detail the original idea of the
author, the late lamented Ian HacLaren.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT BEATTIE & ATCHISON'S.  GET YOUR SEATS EARLY
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The   "Herald"   Wishes   Everybody  a   Happy   and   Prosperous New  Year
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HUD OFFICE. TOI11IMO
I. I. WALKER, President
ALEX. LAIRD, Geneia. M-mijrr
A. B. IRELAND, 8up«rla..nd<nl ol
Branch.!
E.-ST1BIJSIIF.1I  IMT
I Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest,   -   -   -      5,000,000
I Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches throuchoui Canada, and in tbe United Stales tad Enfland
A GENERAL  HANKIN.! BUSINESS TRANSACTED
comwe.c'.l and ranMCW paeen discounted!
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SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
IK-p i.-.i.s „1 $1 iinJ upwards received, and Interest allowed a.
enn -ul rates. Tlu depositor is subtest to no delay wh»t»T«r la
the withdrawal ol the whole or any portion ol the deposit.
Cranbrook Branch,     ■      F. C. MALPAS, Manager
AJRIEND IN NEED!
AFIRE
INSURANCE
.     POLICY
WASHINGTON CLOCK TICKS   I.N* Spring Valloy,     III., lo    bo notified]
CHANBHOOK | thnt no liar) tnkon llm stop she.
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On   Now Year's
ivas iiski'il liy tlio
i tin*    c. p. u. whether it    would1
like to hoar a clock in Washington,
ll.     c., tick nil   the second lor five.
minutes   boforo midnight.    It    wnsj
though! ilmt sotneone was
little Inn willi tin- Herald,
soutntivc ol llie Horald wi
lixiveivi-. thnt   lie v, until lie
li.-.ii .In
ted mile
In      llie
vV.ishini-tull
liviivs wished liim to take-
eve tlie Horftld Ihad nceeptod tin- teaohlngs
despa teller's ollice
Unit
,1   her
clock
having   a
A reprc-
s assured,
■ able    to
culled the
:;, the ofllclal
ihe continent .
is lilted wilh
regulated, the
tuiaetly on tho
il swin.s in
I eli
some
liek
Vnl
I her
.IT Ih
uml.
clock.
Hhen it swings 11
apparatus
I'his eloek
hour glass keeper tor
1 S..iiii Amotion, li
ipplinncos that when
l.i. pondulnm BWlngs
second heal, and w-bon
me side It opens a
ilogrnpg instruments.
sec..
Ill
1 lllis
llll.
I lhe
..lii.lh.-r
iiiii.! th.
uie
.I..
I or Kates, see
A
Real Estalt
Insurance
opened
second.
On the N'ow Vear eve the authori-
Mes at tlu* observatory send tiijs Umo
all over tlif continent to every place
where there is a telegraph office, ami
all tlio clocks in- accordingly re_rn-
lated by il.
Last night when tho big clock at
Washington was at ii\. minutes tu
ll p m., it started ticking nf! tho
seconds as Mn- pondulum BWung and
every Instrument  in tb
Office closed dOWII       There was
great silence and us ttie groat cluck
gol pnst tin* live minute mark, the
ticks started to come Into Cranbrook
"tick, tick, tick," nnd so nn. n
Tins   message which was delivered >
in Cranbrook within a traction nf   a j
second after the bin; pendulum swung ■
in Washington. I». C , kepf on    nnd v
I.l see the big clock steadily
on its course as the ticks
Then ono realized tin* peril'    which    experts in tele-
have drought tho sound,     fn
in* hoard tlio meat clock    In
3,500  miles  awav
MIN'KHN OBJECT TU AWARD
.Moyie, Dee. 31.—Tlio miners working al the St. tiugetio mine have almost, unanimously rejected tho award
of the arbitration boardi Tho vole
taken yesterday stood 1WJ against ac-
ct'ptlug the award, and only \i fav.ir-
ing the acceptance. Oui ot a ineiu-
h.Tslup of 350. 211 voted, there hclug
..in- spoiled ballot. The result of the
vole shows that tbo uuu arc nut
prepared to accept; the award ns it
stands. They ate not willing to
work at tin- lowest seal.- recommended In the board of arbitration,
tluwevcr, tt i* bollovnd lhe fair
wngc scale recumincudcd fni' normally
favorable conditions would ho acceptable al the present time. As lead
musi roach Clfl before the highest
-.tale shall come into force, it will
lie seen that the chances for the men
are uni very bright, li is the opinion line th.it the miners and Mr.
A Id ridge "ill u;ct together and ar-
range an Independent schedule of
wages, and that this will he done
wiih.-ut friction.
KOYAL COMMAND ,
II A rubs of KI Mal.ua/. Temple,1
03, IJ. O, K. K.( residing on the1
plain of (he Kootenay, aro hereby
commanded by the Ituyal Vizier, to
cap!nro and Insoo all Tyros, running1
loose on said plain, nnd report with:
ihem at the Oasis of Crnnbrook, I
February 22nd, at 8 p. m. sharp,
mm.Iv for Uie journey across tho hot
sand's of Arabia to Zitii-Zcm cooling
sprlug.
A caravan of Spokane Arabs will
he there with camels and tyros tn
escort the weary pilgrims across the
desert, and incidentally see that
they don't miss anything.
Pile night will ho filled with music,
\ii,l the cares that infest the day
Will fold their tents like the Arab
An,I silently steal away.
UJIKRTA IIOK8KM \n
Angeles, He.
IVU IlKII       .l.iil.tie
lllll
l.os Alleles, flee. 21 Despite the
fact that ..ne was crippled, piobbly
t.u Hie, ami the othei hiuUj num..I
T. 111. .leiiLmsoii ami I. ttohinsnn,
wealthy horsemen of \ll.« ita, Can
...la.  are (col111 g thankful   that     they
were   not moro sortoush dealt   with
b)   fate ill an alltomolnle .ueiilctil     in
which they, with a numhei nf others,
faced death for a few seconds,    tho
affair   ending in    a plunge down    a
thirty-fool embankment.
The airi.l.nt  oecurred  lale in     the
gpecdln
M wlni
.ilns
Ins  fi lends
along in a big t.lining
Hum suddenly shot into
nl dropped thirty  feel 1
Writ'
grind In
enmo i
feet ion
,ipln
I ruth  i
Wash i i
KILLED HV  AN EXPLOSION
Ki.-l.f, B. '.'., Dec. 30.—Tlireo muck-
,-s named    Marelti, Paulo and     ■).
Cranbrook  pudy, were blown up ami killed in an
accidental explosion of dynamite,    iu
the     .MacDoneU and (Jzowski's grading contract near here.     The expliij
sion was due to stray pieces of Gelignite that    hud got mixed wilh dirt.
Sevi-ral gangs who were working    in
vicinity    had     narrow escapes
the Hying pieces of rock   which
hurled iu all directions,
ter.—The  impiest  found  a     VOt-
nf accidental death ami added   a
that     every reasonable precau-
had hecu taken.
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| Imperial Bank ol Canada
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f.-.l  in
-mids
ns Ih.-    Now ,
l..\TI' rilAMlltooi. MINISTER
SELECTED
MITCHELL DYIN.i
al li.unl.
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Hod Deer, Alta., Due, Sl.-IloV, W.
(I. VI. Fortune lias lieen oltorcd .lie
position uf Hold tcctotary i.l ihe Alberto Temperance nml Moral Rclorrn
league, at u mllurj ul t_,0l)0 and ox-
pt-nses.       Tlio uHcl  came iilisitlieited
from Un- oxooiitlvo nt iln- loaguo.
ilir. Fortune is well known ii
Cranlirook.     He was paster ni     111.
ni,t Presbyterian church hi'i.- lor   lorm
has  lenis.)
IIIIKAT (I.M1SM \\  l>\ IMI
S.-.l
Ti
lllll
till..
.el, Iml. Ilehiml them i-iililo Chns.
Mallei iii ail..tiler m.ti'hilii- am. holorc
he  i-.l'llld    Slop  llis  allllillli.llile,      also
passed   ..ver the blink    iil lbe chasm
 I landed aim.,si directly mi tup nl
(lie other machine.
A lllitil ear was stopped only when
its iron, wheels had dropped over
the _dgo of lbe hank.
.lelikinsuli ami llililey weie very
s.-iiniisly injured, .lonkinson's leg be
ll.iiil.in.    tlie ai'.-ai Canadian
.limn    is   living nt hn.   I e     In
..nl...    Ilnnlnn hold tho    world's
iniiii.nsbip   lur single skulls until I
..is tilesli-il liinn bim liy Tl'iiliell,
liishaliiili ivnters.
Mlfl.l
KNOWN M-:\.si'..i'i:
IIKAD
iillermii'ii     li-llilo lbe parlv wns run- ing sn bailly'eiiislieil (but he Will   bo
nun; Iiiiiii    the Santa    Anita    race erlppled Im- life.    The other victims
I nick.    Tlml lbe members ul it    es- ,,f th,. ncciilont were all mnre or less
i-iipi'il insliiiil ilealh is nlinusl miraeii- j,,j.nt-.l. Iml all will leeuver.     They
Inns.    On lbe mail Iiiiiii Aieniliii is a uei,- ifiiii.n-.l tn a huspitnl in 1'asa-
pliu'e where until lasl  winter was   a (|eiui.
Iii'ilire crossing II eek. Thu brlilnu Missis.     .lenkiiisnn ami   llubiiisun
Inirneil nnd "l.nekv" llaldwin, who ore well •kiiuwii lliroughnut the west
i-uiilruls Ibincs in the eily nl Arcadia, ns breeders nf piniilireil shlros on
refused In repnii it. Tiie county nf- their ranch nt Pineher Creek,
lieials iilsn reliised lu mnko repuirs Mr. .lenkiiisnn nuw resides on his
ninl the gap iii lbe road has stood tor laitfc ranch smith ul Medicine Hat,
inunilis u menace . In nil passing where be breeds heavy drnught horses
vehicles, llnt.l this occasion thero on an exlenslvc scale. Ho has frowns n heavy barrier ncrnss the rood- nn an extensive scale. Ho has Ire-
wuy, hut siintn vandal had removed ipientlv slimvii bis horses at Calgary
this, leaving tho road unprotected. I nlrs uud has many Iriends here.
"1 believe that my time
I dn not caro—i .-nn b.iif glad t.
f almost  nl-elf
"If f ill. lint see lhe men .main
leil Ibem Im me thai iihalever I
hale     (lune ful   Ihem,   Iihalever    sue-
,.ff I have Iii...mill iii Ihem, Iiii
I >i fur pecuniary benefit,     It
I II  beeallse      I   Inl'eil   thelll." —I'lt-S
ileni    Miieliell's words iilii-n be    believed .lenlll nas neai.
Convinced ih.ii his vitality was
fasi giving wny through Iho physical
strain Incident tn sovornl operations
mdergoue during the Insl ten, and
believing Ins death I.. In- .. mallei- uf li
leu hours al the must. .John Mil- in
eliell. president nl the United Mine
Workers ul Amoricn, was received lathe Human Catholic church ami
sent a limit message tn tho members
ut bis orgnnlJiation at II u'elnck on
Fridav morning.
.'resilient Mitchell was stricken
suddenly during the conference ul
miners mil operators ai the Ciaypool
hnlel at 10 o'clock. The pain was
intense, ami, knowing his pyiisical
condition, President Mitchell informed
bis friemls thai death was near. His
collapse wns due lo llie condition nl
wounds made during the lust operation in a hospital nt Lu Salle, IIL, a
few weeks ago.
The solemn riles nf baptism wero
performed ut Mr. Mitchell's bedside in
lbe lintel bv the Hcv. Peler KiUinn,
n member ol the clergy nf st„ John's
polish. Tlie ynung priest, wns hurriedly   summoned by    W. I.. Hynn,
secretary ul lbe Illinois miners,   at ——   ,, ,  ,
(lie rennost of.Mr. Mitchell, whn lelt .I. N. Terrill, ol lbe Meilu-in.
he luui lillle time lu prepare his soul News, was married lasl Mono.
fur the next world. Miss    Mury   Mitchell
Following lhe perfnrniiinco of    the wishes    Mr. mat Mrs.
rite Mr. Mitchell caused his wile   . ; happiness.
BOOSTING Till-: HERALD
HCSINESS   MEN   SHOW   THEIR
APPRECIATION
As usual the Cranhrook Herald is
right in limit at hull-lay times. Tbis
year F. K. Simpson issued Hi pages
lot two weeks, und holds up bin end
,is publishing ulio ul tte best weeklies, heyuml dispute, in the interior.
\n,l the best phase ul il is that the
Crnnbrook business men show their
appreciation nf the "Old Man's" ol-
forli bv a liberal patronage of the
Herald. May Its shadow iieu-r jrow
less—Phoenix Pioneer.
OHANOEMEN   ELECT OFFICERS
The lollowing   Officers were elected
In   llie Cralllirnnk L. O.   I.   Nu.  Wl:
IV. M.*— I. K. I.nrrlgnti
ll   M.-M. MeEiicboin.
ciiaplaiii-W. Walsh.
Financial     Seeretury-Tii-.isiiier—.I.
.. Luml.
n. ni c.-T. Boyter,
Sffiet.nt— S. Joyce.
Deputy Sd-ilelari—.l. I.   Wallace.
Committee—ll. A. Fraser, ... Far
lorson, J. Hunt Inline, Zeral Oiblon
i.l T   Deiupsey.
\l \N
Julin Rubs,ni Cameron, f.-i many
yours editor ol the Hamilton Spectator, is dead Mr. Cameron will he
remembered hv old timers in lhc
west ns editor uf the Winnipeg Free
Press.
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LUMBERMEN T.i MEET
A meeting ul Un- const and Mountain lumbermen will he held iu Nolson
un January nub. Matters ol great
Importance w.ll he discussed. A bull
will he given in the evening al whieJ
o number uf Cranlirook peuple will
nil end.
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1 NEWSPAPER MAN WEDS
The ilerald
'rerrill    iiiiuli
CI1VE   THE CHILDREN      A
.1(1(11. TIME
children's treat fur Christ
Sunday sehuol will be given
reel.ni- i.n the festival uf lhe
in, January i.lli, at 4 p, in.
ilie    congregation   of   Christ
kindly semi tn the rcotory
tin- day things useful
■liiireh
il the
Eplphn
Will
church
early I..
supply the .able and muney offerings
I., purchase presents fur the children?
All the congrcgn.iuu sbuiild manifest an interest in this treat fur tlie
Iii I.l if n uf the church
ABOUT  THAT  WRECK
In lhc account nl the wreck nf the
C P. It. which occurred a week ago
last Sunday at Rrucket, taken from
lhe Lelhliridge Herald, it was stated
Unit the operator at Brocket was
asleep. This is au error, as it was
lhc operator at Pineher. Conductor
numonl. Inlormcd the Herald ot th*
error, and this paper is pleased to
rectify lhc mistake.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
M-feO-OOO
J4 8*0,000
ANOTHER MILL STARTS UP     |
Nexl week, at the latest, the Roll-1
msiin-McKcnzic Lumher company, will
luivo their saw mill, two miles smith-1
ensl uf Cranbrnok, running lull I
blast. Twenty teams ol horses arrived frnm the east this week to i
take up the wnrk ol hauling In the
logs already cut in the hush und a
his gang of men will bo kept em-1
ployed all winter logging, and a lull,
orow will he employed nt the saw |
mill. The Hobinsuii-McKeiizIe Lum-i
her company intend to keep the mill I
running constantly to well into tho!
summer, ns they have a good market ]
fur all the lumber they can mnniifnc
lure.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits irom date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. N. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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" Every whale has ita barnacles.
Every success its imitators."
Dr. Scott's
Prescription No. 99
Cures Colds
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THE QUALITY STORE
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a« still busy, but they propose to look after their
patrons the coming'year closer than ever.
Wa'tch our Ads. the next Twelve Months
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CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CRANBROOK
Cranbrook's Voter's List for 1908
List of Persons entitled to Vote at the municipal
Elections for the City of Cranbrook
for the year iool.
Name "lock
1   uktns, t; ii Samuel   Llcctisoholdor
I .mold, .lames Arthur  Liccnseho dec
i  Uchlson, William John    Llcenschnldei
i   .rmour, John   Ltconseboldet
5  trmstrong, E  -"
i. A.-.lu-n. .1   M  -•'
T Argue,  Harvey 	
s Armsirong, t>.   it	
n Avmsl g, • lames Ferguson
in Atkins, .1     ..  M	
11 Billings,  Mm lmi Dennis
12 Bell, William Sherwood   .
13 Bowness, Hazel I	
II Bradley,   U'thiii James     ...
':.-.   III..Hi-.'    .llll.iiul   Clink
iii 11,-aiiif. Ruben Ethellicrt ...
I. I.iiehaniin, James
is lli,.,l,, Hugh .1	
i-i li,m.i, Isaac James 	
:ii HI i. -Iniiii 	
21 Hi.ti.lt.  Knu-lla 	
22 Brognn, Waller .1	
33 ll I.s. Rohert	
21 Bales, .lames 	
35 Butler, Hi-He        	
jn Bonder.   F       	
27 Barnhardt. Mis	
2s Brown, Mrs. ...  1)	
2!i ll..--.   \1tl111t  .lames 	
.in li.iiiiie, John	
31  Hush, William 	
.12 Burnett. Mahulln 	
.1.1 Baldwin,  Roberl	
;n Htifnngtnn, i'lain 	
35 Harney, II go M	
,111 Baldwin   s.in I  	
37 Bruke, John Scnlv	
38 Buck. Charles 1..."	
•in Baker, Carrie 	
III III vans,  Fred 	
II l.i vans, Sarah 	
12 Hiiees. Harry 	
13 llrcckenrldgo, Jane 	
II llm lmi,  Klbel Anna 	
15 Beattie, Ooorglnn Christie ..
IU lle.illie.   I!.i I   Ethelbert    13
17 Hnlmeiit, Allied James   12
Ih Beale, Mvles Ariel     13
I!' Hurwell,  II. M   -su
'.a Buchanan, A. II  87
51 Brault, Joseph      88
52 Beck, II. II  91
53 Bowness,  Vnldor Clark   93
'.I lif fii.inI. .1 112
55 Baker,   Valentine Hvdo   93
5ii II..ilei   Thomas    ,..!  97
... Booth, ll. W  145
58 ll golne, Elizahoth  300
50 ll -goine, Pntrolinn   3(ui
in ll.l,.. F   A . . -im.
U   lliellliaii.   J.   .1	
1.2 llardgett, William    	
nl Chapman   Percy	
in t'lioldltch, John 	
ur, Carter, (leorgo William  Freder'
ill. Clapp, Lestci      	
ii7 Cnveii, Thomas Donald 	
US I'.ii-.-ii.iile,  Elmvi-o 	
un Clapp, Ella  	
70 Connolly.  Edward Wurlhtngton
71 Clarke,  Roberl  	
72 Cock, Charles Alherl 	
73 Chalmers, A. .1	
71 Cm i. Thomas A	
75 f.isi.il,,-, James II	
711 Ciiinnilngs, .1. .1	
.'.' .Inrtwrlgbt, Cleorgo 	
7s Crowthcr, John W	
,9 Callahan, (leorge 	
80 Cniiei. Ester 	
si Corbotl, Edmund 1)	
82 i .illelle,  Agnes 	
S3 Campbell, Joseph F	
.1 Carr, Hoss c _, _	
s."i I'line,  Wesley 	
HI) Carman, P. F.	
s7 Cnmoron, William Kurest 	
88 Chapman, .Mrs 	
811 c,„,|ier, Milton VI	
-in Colpmnn, William 	
ul Cue, Percy 	
'i2 Dulmage, Don Botbune 	
113 Dunbar, Chile Harvey 	
III I)i,ii.,iii. Robort Edward 	
05 Deacon, John F	
IIII Delinuiil,  Maud 	
117 Deri it.  Jean  '•	
98 lie/nil,   ll.lll   	
99 Davis.  Frank T	
nui Dezall, Frank 11	
nil Dickens  Frank ,1	
ni2 Boble, I Iniiii- E	
nn Dow, Coroy A	
ml iiuris, Thomas Joseph 	
105   De/.all,   John    	
iiiii Iiiii I. Fred 	
Iii7 Drummond, Thomas Louis 	
ins Drummond, Martha Josephine ..
I.e. Donald, w, ll	
llu Doylo, Alfred 	
111 lle'Gl.ile, William 	
112 Dans. Joseph Edgar 	
Ill I. st,   I'hviluno  	
Ill Dickson,   l. E	
lla Dunn, IT. I-'	
liti Emory, Dive	
117 Klwell, Agnes   	
118 Edwards, Wollor 	
IHI Edmondson, Robert W	
120 I'stes,  Hazel 	
121 English,   Aniianil   .1	
1.3 Klwell,    Edward 	
123 Fiaser. Richard Arthur 	
121 Fostoi Thomas, Qcorge E	
128 Filltnll,   Jiillll  Owner  	
1211 l-iiuii-.. Mark (1	
127 Fennessey, John -I	
I:- Fo*, Lily 1	
129 Flowers, William .lames 	
Lin Forrest, E. I	
131  Full.ine. William Oeo. Wallace
I 12  Full ,  Mary  	
lai Fiiiii.uiies, Harry 	
181 Fink, lli'-sie       	
133 Fink. Jacob Pius 	
13(1 Finluy. .lames 	
117 Fowler, James 	
I is Fitzgerald, Charles 	
1.19 Fliihror, John 	
I in F.iruuli.ii-son, ficorge II	
I ll Frost, 1.1	
in: tllllospie, J. A	
1-18 (lllihlie,  William Roal 	
Ill Orcnon, Peler August 	
115 fli.iie. Andrew B	
in, (I.ml.  William Faniuharson 	
.1 17 Cnul.   William   F.iniilahrsnn  	
IIS (lieiner.   \ilelard	
119 Orenven,  William H	
i.io (iuu!   William Fnrqiihnrson 	
151 (iiiililli. (Catherine F.  24
153 Greer, James   ir,
153 Oreen, Frank William   'ir,
!.',. Oreen, Lilian    2.1
155 (liiflin. John   :'!
lull  fillllii-ksnn,   Llillc       ^f,
157 Curd. Eleanor Margaret   12
l.",8 Oellesl. Alfred  .(.1
159 0111, Thomas Sutherland      85
ino Oillis. Archie  * 87
161 (lilnin.  (.dirge H  ,. 89
103 Onddorls, Frank   93
10.1 Oraee,  Lizzie   :mh
Hit flinil, Cnrollno Berths   32-
165 Grant, VI   Lut
18
24   25
V 8
23,24
25, 26
26, 27
13, 14
423. 24
17
14
■I to 7
21
.13
8   9
1.119 and 20
39
12
115
iflfi
12
Lot  1911 K.
10
134, 35. 36
12, 13
7
111
   ,   School Trustees onlv
Fm  Itnliiusnii-.MtKeu/.le Lumber Co.
Lici-nscbuldei
iliiusehulllel
Hniisebuldei     I to
iiousebolder    •
Hniiseholdi-t
l.tei-lfeli,.liter
20
f
/
31
37
II
13
13
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13
13
13
llll
91
115
lllll
300
.190
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30, 31
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38                ~?
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12, 13
2., 25. 2U
17
5, 6
18   19
28
-School Trustees ntily
4, 5. 6
Mt, I"
21
22
15
33
'13
35
.15
89
I'M-euseholdei
Householder
fhuisebolder
27 22
12 35, 38
II •      12
17 '      32
18 >-     8, 9
19 ,       3
19 1       4
IK                 I       19
III .       34, 33, 36
-13                 "        28
90               r       30
90             r       44
90 " W.15 UIU. Ill
91 1 ' 35, 96
145                        »
Lot 39l| For School Trustees onlv
Fnr Bums A Co., Ltd.
Householder
Householder
l.iccjiseholder
For Witter Suonlv Co., Ltd.
For FJectric Light Co.. Ltd
l.ii'isi-rhuliler
20 25
93        I                 S '.
24 * ' 33, 34, 35
35 -V * 16, 17, IS
35     r,       -   j4  M
25 ■"»        •*   36
*"•        '"   36
-—* ""   35, 26
''' ~   31, 82
r"*       r~    *27  23
""    9, 10.  11
"        —   13
18
"      10
.'IB
1'", 20. 21
2871 For School Trustees only
Amiie (1.
Name
1111. Huchorolt, John Foster ...
.67   lilllsall,  Waller  	
IIIK   llllU'lllS lllllll 	
169 , Edgar Swill	
170 Hughes, William W	
171 Hobdon, Cleorgo W	
172 lla\ward, Percy Thomas
17.1 Hamilton, William .1	
171 Hull, Joseph 11	
175 lluskins, Stephen 11	
17u lluskiiis,  Margaret, Hilda
177 Henderson, Mary K	
17s Hutchison, Constance 	
179 Hamilton, Margaret	
ISO Homo, Edgar Swift 	
1st Henderson, James Brown
182 Hanoi-, James A	
183 Harris, .lahez 	
l.sl Hupkliis, David 	
185 llibbert, Thomas 	
Lsi! llealv, John 	
IS7  II..lie.  Mnlenlm 	
iss Hanson, Olnl C	
ISO Howard, Jennie C	
lllll Hill. William 11	
Iiii Hill. Ellen 11	
192 iloggnrlh, Oenrgo 	
I 193 Iloggnrlh, Nellie 	
1 llll  Harris, Charles 	
1115 Harris,  Mis. II. 11	
nm iiiiiii. Phlnens Dovere 	
197 ll'i-kenhniliiim. Harold . .
' HIS lif lif.il...Ilfiln,  Clara  	
iiiiii II il. Philip 	
i2uu Hanson, Nils 	
-Ill   lleiiilelsmi.   11.
'2112 Henderson, Mr
303 ll.iinill  L. A	
201 Harvey,  Lilian 	
205 Hundley, Paul 	
20.1 Iiiiiiii-. Wilfred Gladstone	
3l..ln ■ I ill-tin. F. II	
'207 lluaglaiiii, Harvey	
308 lle.llb, 11. It	
200 .1..Iiif.in   Donald John	
•2111 Jacks lusepb 	
211 Johnson, Ez.ra Farmer 	
J 212 JulllHe, Allied 	
1213 Johnson, George W	
211 Jurdino, Mrs	
215 Joyce, Richard 	
3HI Jncksoii, Helen 	
217 .liilnisoii, Brasilia Durlnnd 	
21s Kei Iv, .lames Henry 	
219 Ken, James Wellington 	
2211 Kirk, Thomas 	
1221  King, Malcolm Briggs	
222 Keluiedv,   kjlui  F.	
223 Killins,' Alfred Campbell 	
■221  Kelly, Denbnill	
225 Kilkialul. Iluratiils Bonnr ... ..
122U Kerrigan, Jnmcs 	
-227 Keay. Florence M	
i228 King, James Horace 	
339 Kellv. Aliss 	
12311 Knocke, Charles 11	
. King. Frederick Eben 	
332 Kennedy, .l„hn .1	
333 Kiiniiner, Fred 	
231 Kirk, Lawrence 	
235 Lalng, Walter II	
330 Leahy, Barney 	
12.17 Leask. John .'	
;-'3s Lehon, Joseph 	
2.19 LcMolgnc.   lean Marie 	
310 l.aii'-in. Lome Lnnsdnwne ,
ill Lane. Charles 1.	
212 Lawson, Basil Ronaldson 	
213 Lamb, Waller J	
:2II Luui, llelliillllitl 	
1215 I , l.v'du 	
,2lii Laidlaw, IV. D	
217  Leask,  (leorge H	
;2I8 Laurie, James A.	
1 219 I.mieks,   Leslie  	
i 25U Laurie,   Annie  Marin  	
1251 Laurie,  Jnhn  ! .    	
.252 Loasby, Mrs. s. M	
353 LcBhmc, Phllomcno 	
'251 LaPierre, Adelaril 	
255 Lllllll,  Peter 	
256 Leask, M. I.	
257 Loggc, Mrs	
257a LoTtoh, Archibald 	
258 Leslie,   .1.   P	
259 Morris, Frederick  Ramsay 	
■'in Matthews, William Thomas 	
2i!l M.ied iid, Malcolm Archibald
-2U2 Machine  Archibald A	
263 Miles. Frank Bruce 	
i2l!l  Mlghton,   Lizzie  S  	
265 Main,  Charles (Igg 	
I inn Malpas. Frederick ('. s	
367 Murlei, Sidney F	
-2119 Manahaii, George Find 	
2611 Mrirlntl, William Culd 	
270 Murphy, Daniel I.	
-271 Murphy, Sadie J	
1-272 MulTat'l,   Hubert   Prentiss  	
'273 Moore, Parmellia 	
271 Minrav, John Angus 	
'■275 M o, Chris 11	
276 Morgan, Myrtle 	
277 Morris M	
27« lliiir. George II	
279 Mullein, Julius Arlington 	
280 Multnt, Alex	
2SI Manning, Ira H	
282 Morrow, Samuel Joseph 	
281 Macdonald, Samuel 	
281 Mnycock, Sarah Jane 	
385 Mngee, Mrs. 1)	
28ii Mageo, Charles 	
387 Maiming, Jonathan 	
2-m Mlghton, Samuel Joseph	
289 Ma-thcson, Peter	
2'iu Miller,   .iiilrow 	
2ui Maeaulav, Amanda I-'.	
292 McCallum, John Oillis	
383 MeCalltim, Man 	
291 MacLeod, Florence 	
295 MacLeod, .Margaret 	
296 McNeill, James A	
297 McVittie, Harry Hamilton	
398 McKay, James Duneun 	
390 McDonell, John Joseph	
McDonald, Olodys	
McDonald, Donald Alexander   .
Mel III. John II	
McDonald, Clinton    	
lli-l.eatl,   Duncan   Alexander  ,.,
McDermot, Florence K
McKcii/ie, Jnhn C	
McKlnstry, Edward 0	
McLennan,  Drtitnniom. .1.
MeF.nlalie,   Sadie   .1	
Me.lulilrie. Bernard 	
Mclnnes,   Mali-ulm     	
MeSweyn.   .J,.11.1 I.l   J	
McDonald, Helen 	
McCowan, Edith 	
McLean, Joseph H	
McLean. Mrs. ,1   II	
Melliirney,  Mar.hn   „
McBuriicv.  Rieluird 	
McEwen,  Duncan 	
McNeill, Hubert .Small 	
McKceknie,  .1	
MeKcnna,  Frank 	
McLean,  Lilian Leslie 	
McKinnon, Mary 	
lIcKowaii, Henry Aubrey 	
lleCunnell. Sarah	
McNab, Charles Duncan  	
MeKacherii.   Miir.li.ch   	
McNabb.  .lusepb It	
McDermot, Alexander Louis ..
331  .l.-I.e  Rohert  Eueone 	
132 McArthur, James 	
313 MeBride, .lames Duncan 	
I'll Mi-lnlomnv. D	
833 McFnrlnnc, Walter nruee	
316 McHrntncy, W. c	
117 MeC'ownn, Andrew 	
338 Nelson, 11	
'.19 Neil. William 	
j (10 Nesbitt, Arthur Henry 	
1311 O'Hearn. William 	
j 312 O'Neill, Mark Andrew 	
.313 Oliver, Susie 	
.Ill Pinkliiim, Maud St. Clair ...
i 115 Piilgeon, John Cecil  	
13-10 Patmore   Richard William ....
Block
I.ui
Lieeliscbnldi-i-
llntischotdoi
l.iccnseliuliler
Fur East K,.
itcliav
Householder
llnusi-hnlder
Llcensoholdcr
211
12.
211
.1.1
21
21
2.
21
23
'
23
2.1
_..,
25
N,
2i»
27
-11,
2s
21,
l.n
211
32
32
83,
3.",
17
3",
III
37
21
IIS
II
18
12
..S
13
311
Lumber Co. Ltd
811
llll
03
III!
21!
I.oi 0.38 For
l.nl 5117 Fnr
Licenseboldcr
20
. "in
32
32
12
. 89
.   115
Lieeliseluilder
Householder
19
23
89
89
(III
91
91
92
Llceiiseliolder
Householder
Lii-ensehulilei
l.ii'ciisehul.lei
Householder
Lleensehohler
I iouselioldor
l.icelisi-huliler
Huuseiiulder
llouseboldcr
- Householder
Fm Hu- Fink
19,
30
12
■I
II
29
Scliui
Sehu.
12
21
9
17,'
-15
II, 7
11
■11.
■12
31.
35,
.1 Trustees only
,1 Trustees only.
15
26
31, 33
26
31
32
32
32
1st I   Fu
7225 F.
I...1
Householder
Householder
I.ieelisehnble,
Llcellseholilel
1.if,-if,-I.nl.l.-i
Llcensehulder
Hniisebuldei
Fur  lbe Canal
21
21
35
■ 37
38
■ .19
12
12
12
■ 13
1.1
85
85
99
(Ul
911
91
300
Hnllsellulller
l.ici-lis.holdc!
Lieeiisehulder
Licenseboldcr
l.ii-ciischolili-r
Licensehohlor
Hnllsellulller
Huuseiiulder
I liillsellulder
Lieonseholdei
Lieonseholdei'
Licelisehiililel
lloiisehiildei
lloimelioldei
lloiiselmlder
21
23
23
21
21
21
311
111
31
.11
.12
33
33
33
.11
IIK
.'IS
39
■ 12
1.1
43
85
90
. 90
90
91
91
96
300
32
II
85
Liccnsolinlder
Huusebul.lel
I .Iretiselmldi't-
Lieeliseluilder
Merc,
19,
28
1. :
211
21
1. I
8
12
1-2
15
Schl
Sehi
utile Co., Lid
20
ml Trustees only
ml Trustees unlv
Bank nf (.'ommerce
I, 11, 12
, 12
to 2
-32
24
28
.6
.2
.,
..
28.
30
35
I. 5
6
3
lo  II
2, 3
Name
Block
Lot
117 Powell, Qeorge II	
..   Llceiiseliolder
lis Pal mure,  Ernest  Henrv 	
..   I.iceliseholder
119 Parks, A. ., '.	
..   20
15, 16
150 Parks. Frank 	
... 30
17
151 Palmer, .Mil,, 1.	
...   22
22, 23
352 pinkham, James F. M	
..   23
31, 32, 33
853 Parker, 11. Y	
...  25
1, 2
.... 25
32, 33
55 Poole, Sidney 	
..   27
28
5tl Pellet, Willis Manley 	
27
27
357 Powell.  Sarah llerutl 	
...   27
28                                   |
3.",K Plggotl, Arthur C. W	
... 32
5, 1!
359 Periv, Frederick J. F	
... .16
30
300 Patmoro, Oarnott Wolsley 	
...   II
7, 8
361  Palersnii, Edward 1 	
...   II
32, 33
31.2 Pillion, Jennie C	
...   87
.2
iiiiii Parker, Charles Sumerville 	
...  91
12
3,1 Pairull,  II. M	
...   113
.7, 18
ili.'i Piiuleii, .laciib 	
...   115
3, 1
300 Plnkhnm, James F. M	
...   Fur the Impel
al Rank ul Canada.
367 Pnlmore. Louis Warner 	
...   23
29, 30
118 Pyetl. F. W	
...  l.nl 133 Fm School Trustees only
111! Pallinsuli,  .lusepb 	
...   Lot 185 F.u   School Trustees unlv
711 Otiiiiu    Maurice 	
...  Llceiiseliolder
371 Roberts, Thomas Mason 	
...  I.icciisohulilcr
372 Riitley, Frank Clnlo 	
,., Householder
117.1  Reid,   John  	
...  Householder
371  It)   .lusepb 	
. .   Lieelisehiililer
375 Rumleaii. Benjamin 	
...   Lieeliseliulilei
37ii Rollins, Vlotor Albert	
....    I.il'|.|lsi-llnlil,.|
77 Rollins, William Allan 	
...   Lieeiiselliildei
378 Heed.  Edward llelirv  	
....  Liceusebnliior
3711 Rollins, Victor Albert 	
....  Fm Foinii-Ft
Steele Blcw'g Co   Lid
Hsu Held. William Thomas 	
....   Lii'i-lischuldcr
itsi Ronton, Sidney 	
...   Ilollsi'lntltlcl
3S2 Held. Charles 1-'.	
....   Licelisehuldi-I
383 Keiil. -1. T	
....   211
9,  lu
isl Reid. Eliza Jane 	
....   25
.'III, 31
885 Rumleaii, Caroline	
....   IIU
llu
380 Roberts  Margaret 	
....   37
31
387 Rngors, George Thompsou ... .
....   3»
1.33  tu   HI
388 llvali, .lames 	
 11
1, 3, 3
380 Reid.  Alice May 	
...    II
34, 35, 30
lino Richards, Sylvalius 	
  12
5, 6
891 Hickman, Serb Watson 	
....   12
7, 8, 9
192 Habiebailil,  Peter 	
  85
10
inn. Smith, George Thomas 	
  lluiisebulder
191 Small, William 	
.....  Lieelisollolilor
395 Smith, Alfred C	
   Licelisellulilcr
ion Small, Ada J	
  Licenseholder
.197 Small, Eneas Harding 	
  Licenseholder
uus Stevens, Charles James 	
  Liceiisehnldei
389 SI.lean, Paul 	
...  Lii-ensehulilei-
mil Small,  Ailelarde (leurgimi ....
... Householder
m
101 Sullivan, Leu Patrick 	
  Licenseholder
Iu2 SH'lair, Byron Campbell 	
.... Householder
103 Short, Bcr.rund Harris 	
  Licenseholder
1115 Shaw. John 	
  30
32
iuu Simpson, Kale Phelps 	
   23
19, 20
-1117 Stevens. Annie 	
  21
1
1(18 Stewart.  Richard 	
  30
16
109 Smith, J	
  .11
23
llll Sneddon, D	
  31
24
Ill Stewart, W. .1	
... 31
27
112 Sard. Richard -1	
  32
8
113 Shncklcton, Eli Dean 	
  32
10, II
Ill  Shi-Hun,  Alice 	
  ,12
16, 17
115 Seville,  .lullli  	
   32
.,-    i2;i
Illi Sims. James  ...
   33
23'
117 Slink. Thomas Bruce 	
   38
WS19 and 20
418 Sneers, David James 	
 13
29
419 Sleeves. H	
   85
17
1211 Short,  Alice 11.  11	
....  8(1
10
121  Slump. K  ,
    S'l
.'.1.1
122 Scnnlon, John T	
  no
15,  16
12.1 Stewart, Hugh 	
  90
29
121 Stewart. Margaret Elmirn ...
.... 90
29
125 Si Ml,,!. Mary 	
....  91
6
126 Si-yninril, Ned 	
....  91
28
127 Sarvis, .lusepb	
  91-
33
12s Sarvis.  Emilia 	
....  91
34
129 Spraggs,  Jessie  	
   116
7
1311 Spraggs.  .Inhii  	
    III!
t!
131 Simpson, Frederick E	
  .1.10
8
132 Sniiih, Ernest 	
  .100
23
433 Smith. Gertrude Isabel 	
   300
24
nil Sherman, A	
    lllll
25
135 Steward, William 	
   3011
2.1, 27
IIII! Sliven,   II.   II	
   Lot  1836 Fur
School Trustees only
1.17 Thompson, (leorge Herbert ..
  Licenseholder
ins Turley. Thomas Whlttukcr ...
  1 Inuschulder
lin Tale, William Frederick 	
  Licenseholder
no TurnbiiB, Mrs	
...   211
11
Ill Tnver.  Ilvrun  Alvnb   I.
  26
15
112 Tnvlor, Lvinnn J	
  27
23, 24
411 Taylor, E. F	
....  27
25
in Tisdale, George Preston 	
  311
1. 2
115 Tuohey, W. II	
  .13
22
III! Tale.   Man   Edith 	
  .'17
122. 23
117 Tnvlor,   si  	
    38
ii. 7
118 Tedlook, Oenrgo 11	
... 38
.0
140 Tl ipsuii, Julia 	
  81.
32
150 Templet on, James II	
  911
4.1
151  Titus. W	
  91
.6
152 Tuumev, P. .1	
   91
9
153 Taylor, Alex	
  115
20, 2.
151 VanDecar, Frank Bailey 	
   Licenseholder
155 Victs, William Culler 	
   Hutiseholder
19.1 VanDecar, Levi Bates 	
  93
22
157 Wnll, Jnhn W	
  Licenseholder
I5s Wilmot,  Allan Gideon 	
  Householder
Inn While, llenrv 	
  Householder
ll.l   Wnnd.  .1. W	
  20
1, 5
■162 Wassuti.   Louisa 	
25
r,
163 Wesson, Fredrick 	
  25
6,' 7
nil Wilson, William Henry 	
   25
28, 29
165 Willson, Irving 11. ...'.	
....  26
1 to 4
Inn Wuideii. Wims'uw E	
   26
16, 17, 18
167 Willnrd, Christie	
  31.
25
168 Ward, Arthur A	
   30
26, 27
169 Walsh. William Oiirdner 	
   30
17, 18
I7U Wardiuaii, Thomas	
    3.
25, 26
171 WhllleV.  Alex	
    31
31
172 Whiltnker. .lusepb 	
    3.
20
173 Whilinker. Lavlnu 	
    31
30
171 Welch, George 	
    37
35
175 Wilson, 1'. E	
   12
16, 17, 18
176 Walker. Frank 	
    112
2
177 Wallace, Joseph 	
   Lot 2593 Ful
Sell....1 Trustees nnly
I7K Wnllonger, Mrs	
    Lot    151  Ful
Sehnul Trustees nnly
179 Veandle, Charles Henry 	
. ...  Householder
.SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OTTAWA.
I-I, 15
II, 15, II!
17, 18
tl, HI
15 to IS
27, 28
8
30
21   22
24'
I
lib
16, 17
20
21
1, 3, 3
31
32,  .133
28
19, 20, 21
15, ,116
26, .127
7, «' 9
1
14
9, 10
7
29
9, 10
2.1, 21, 22
27, 28, 29
35
10
28, 29
20
Murphy & Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    aid
Patent Office Agent*.
Practice Belore Railway Commission
Charles Murphy. Harold FisbTV.
Cresoent LnniiK Xn. 38
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m. al
New  Fraternity  Hall.
J. II. Hendersoa, K. ol It. & 9.
VI. A. Rollins, C. 0,
Visiting   brethren  cordially .silled
lo attend.
.....OF. Key City Ioili«
No. 41. Meets every
Mondav night a.
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows . ..iill.illy Invited
('has. Slill III, F. II. McKay,
N. ... Kee'y.
I, James Finluy, do hereby
• pel suns entitled to vole at
I   . • I •   .,*,.•
Cranhrook, 11. C, Dec. 20th, 1907
certily lhe foregoing to be a correct list ol
Municipal Elections during the year 1908.
JAMES FINI.AY, Mayor
BEDS Springs
Mattresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Mats      Linoleums
Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLO ON CREDIT
j Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores, Ltd. .
_._____k_fc______.
; ********************* ********************* i
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Doun  Pinti   J1.30
l.ipinl to llt.in.i0B9'.   Tl.e finnst law-inge on tlio iiiorkiit
fnr lamily and table use.    Imparts vigor anil
health, anil tones tip tho Ixxly generally
JAMES KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook.  B. t!
UKjV tlBllhrmil, l.«4|«. *w  i.
Itf-ftlm nu-i'lltirf-*
Mu u.iiii tlm "i
ol   t-vri)   'ii.itiHi
Vlulttnjt Mvii. en welcomed.
S. II. II..skins, W. M.
K. VI. Coiiiiotl)', ueerctiu')'.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday     evening at I
0 m.
Chas. Smith, W.P.
M. D. Billings, Secretary.
Visiting hielliieii cordially invited.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1871
CRANBROOK
i
Meet at II. ol L. F. Hall Snd   and
tth Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
.1.  If  l.arrigan, W. M.
.lullli  Mcl.ailgblan,  Itco.  Sec.
W. F. QURU,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CKANBROOK,BRITISH COL.IHHI.
.♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*«#»*#*»*»**»»»*<|
|      C. H. DUNBAR       |
I   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   »
| Public, Etc.
4   Cranbrook,    -    •    B. C
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IIKS. KING & QREI-N,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at Residence, Armstrong An.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - - - - 9.00 to lu.uu
Altl-rnnmis . . . 2.09 to   4.00
Evenings - . . - 7.30 to   8.30
Sundays .... 2.30 to   4.30
CRANHROOK ::    ::    i:    ::    H. O.
DR. F. I.. KING
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
II to 12 a.m.
1 to   ti p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Ollice and resilience nn Armstrong ave
CKANBROOK       •       -      -    ll.O.
DK. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS-.
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
l mice in new Reid Block
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j FIRE    PROOF    SAFES ', [
New  liluI  See.tli.l him.I.   t'llliu-
ilinii ui- American makes nlwnys
no luui,I.
References in Ci'iniliruu. : Fink
Morcillltllo I',,.. V. Hide Baker,
W.    II.  Wil-.no   ami  Kei.l'i,  Dry
i(ou.Ik St,,,,..   Address I
P.   H.   JOHNSON
l i P. II. (lux lllllll        Cillpnry, Aim. ( ,
DON'T READ THIS
The French Dry Cleaning process
enables us to clean mens pants, sails
and neckties, ladies suits und skirls
in such a way tbat tbey positively
look as good as new.
We are experienced dyers anil cleaners, therctorc, we do not require to
send anything down east pr'up west,
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
mm J. LEASK, Tailor THK   -JliAM'lUHH'    UKIIAI.Ii
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THE cost of living It
an important thing
in most homes. You
may have to figure closely in these matters. A
little extra on a barrel
of flour may look big to
you.
But there is a difference between spending
money wisely and spend-
:ng it foolishly.
Sometimes it is economy to spend instead of to
save. It is in tlie case of
Royal Household Hour.
Those few extra cents
a  week,  that give  you
Household Flour
in preference to inferior Hour, buy health.
Nothing contribute! so much to tlie lood you
eat ns Hour, and therefore nothing should lie more
carefully bought, Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour
is the whitest, cleanest and must nutritious flour that's
milled. It is the only flour
that is absolutely pure.
Ask your grocer.
Ogllvie Hour Mills C»., Ui,
Ktatrcu
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Improved iu Kvery Wuy
Refitted
QUEEN'S HOTEL
Cranbrook,   B. C.
GUST. ANDEEN, Proprietor
. )iir Motto : " Tlie lint is None Too Good."
I Manitoba Hotel f
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£   dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook, b. c j,
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fMr     in the city.   Tlif bin is supplied with the tout ot LiquutHaiut Cigari.      Jl
Cranbrook
Hotel ** s
(iuestt. Comfort ■ Specially
Oood Stablin; in Connection
N-n-teni to railroad mul depot.    II nn nccotntuoda-
Honi for the public unequal) il In Cratibrook.
Hoi and Cold Haiti*
rio^arth & Rollins
 Proprietor *
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The place where a +;;
man will return after }::
stopping once.
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jiiiiiiii iii in .iniiiiiiiii-ii
ive will linv
POULTRY
MEATS
EISII
. just ns f.iinl ll|llilltl|. of
MINCEMEAT
SAUERKRAUT
LARD
. .VSTERS
BUTTER
us we luui fnr the t'lirisltiiiiB Truile.    We lmve no knowledge
of even one ili»;ip|>oiiili,l i-iislniner at I'liristinus time.
P. BURNS ft CO., Ltd.
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Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER.
IDEAL HUSBANDS AND WIVES
It may hi" truthfully said that less
than one-tourth of the women who
many know what they art- doing.
They have no idea ot what their
duties are, much less their eights.
About all they Know is that they aro
getting married. Is there any
wonder that so many are disappointed and wish themselves out ol it.'
it is perfectly right that a woman
should have an ideal husband, but
mure important thai she should have
a distinct notion ol what constitutes
an ideal wife. There's where the
trouble lies. They all want ideal
husbands, bul never seein to think
that men want ideal wives. Men
imagine that a wife will make them
happy, ami women think that ..1! Huv
and lilnml than common peopl
that   in allowing    yourself to    associate with the uld folks you are do-  ....
mn them a great favor,     (tf course
they    are,   En a great    measure, to
blame for this.     In their anxiety to
put you forward tbey did not notice [It's
that you     were developing Into     aj   \\
fool, and they    don't know It
They    sincerely love you and     thai)
love blinds their eyes.     Hut     othei I
people    notice it and it will become
apparent   t.> vour parent-- by-and-by.
Sometime they will find out that all If
tho use you have for them Is to Ret
vutir     hoard,   clothing and washing,
thai you     arc ashamed of ihem, and
it  will break   their dear old hearts.'
Now don'l  let  that happen.     UV tell
md    ttiiKS VOIR FEET ARE COLD
apologies to Ella Wheeler Wilcox.)
I very well to he happy
i money rolls in like a song
pet. | Buf the man who's worth while is lie
who cau smile
When his    overdraft's half a    mile
long.
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New and Strictly First-Olass
Telephone 2080
+     American Plan, $2.50 per (lay up
latin
.ui end to tl
a husband,
■appointed.
in*r husband
need to put
is to secure
both are   d
who expects
her happy i
point ment; so
peels tin- mine
make our own
doing we make
Whenever    ye
iii^ 1" ht tli.'in
new   social en
There will he n
poverty, fewer div
moral atmosphere.     Tin
ileal of room for men to
plainly that
mother knows as m'ucli
tram load of you. Their feathers
are uot as fine, but you will vet
learn thnt fine feathers ever many a
foolish bird. Look at tho noose,
She doosnM know enough to get In
nut ol the rain. The sensible u\i.
ii troubles j f.,r vou to do is to net right    down
How sadly,..it pour high horse and take   n g 1
The     wlte   look at yourself.     II you will do this
to     makei vmi will find that your parents
tore-doomed to dlsap- nol ashamed of you and will gi
is the man who    ex- work and make something else
from his wife.      We, a simpleton of yourself.    If y
ui     the test   of     one's   nerve   are
losses
When the Qgur
hold
Then the smile that is worth
praise ol the world
they stand out so
ml K the smile when your leet
■ cold.
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a re
to
than
lappiu
others
,   and   iu    so
ppy. I
inn women begin try-
elves foi wives then a
will begin to dawn,
happy homes, less1
and a bet telle is n great]
improvf
tho same line.     Comparatively
men have definite ideas in regar-.
the bome   life they expect to
If they do picture such a thing,
follow the outlines traced by
sentimental novelist,     it
few
I to
live.
Ihey
some
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FOR THE NEW YEAR
possible sort of place, in which he in
stalls an angel. Neotnr tikes the
place nf cnlTee, and the bread plate
is filled with lotus.
BUT ONE RULE
There     is bul     one rule of .strict
morality that a     man     can adopt.
That would be to live as pure    and below u copy of    section  1, oi
perfect as life as he would bave   bis Farmers Institute    and to-open
wife     live,    to avoid     assoctat'ons, I Act of 18.17, showing the object
habits und   language thai ho   wouldimeh institutes,
have ber avoid.    The old idea of one1   The objects of such Farmers     In-
scalo ot    morals   for the    man and stitutes   shall bo   the dissemination
:ei your eyes ..pen now you will
when your children grow up. if you
over raise any. Thev will treat
you as you now treat your parents,
and will not lie lo blame, if yon
don't know any more then than now.
Of course we have no such young
peoplo in this community, but tbey
ate quite numerous in other localities.
THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE
A MEETING TO BE HELD NEXT
WEDNESDAY AT THE 00V-
~~    ERNMENT BUILDING
In view of the fact of the meeting
For the organization of the t'rati-
brook-Fernle Farmers' Institute,
which is to he held in the Uovcrn-
-nt ollice on the Hth inst., we give
the
lion
of
t information in   regard
ml shall include the
another   lor     the   woman    is   very j
wrong, and    until   a young mau    is,*11
ostracised from society by the same ment and Improvement ol
act    thnt    would    liun' the vouiig horticulture,  arborieultur
woman out in the   cold world, soeial tines and the useful arts
standing is a farce. |    »>' holding meetings   .
The life blood of the future is   the sion of and hearing lectt..
bounding pulse of our Utile ones. No loots   In connection   will-
son or daughter should he allowed to and  practice
leave the shelter of home ignorant ot
those principles that underlie     good
government.     Wil the boy who
taught the sweet
for love's saki
agricul-
igrleulUirc
,   iiiauufac-
C lhe discus-
res on   stib-
the theory
of improved husbandry
r other industrial purposes.
By   promoting tho  circulation    of
is'agricultural,   horticultural,  uborlcul-
law of obedience ttiral and   mechanical bulletins     and
the tender years reports,
" im i(i in ti ,i nn . 11 in i n •■•'   i	
nd
of new and valuable kind:
f childhood, be likely to rebel when' By Importing and otherwise pr
he is called upon to obey those laws l»fi ««'• distributim* senl.. plain
that are made for the preservation of illli,|li   -    . .
our eountrv and good of tbo   people?     By offering prizes for essays     ami
Will not the hov brought tip to hold questions of  scientific Inquiries rplat
ill  respect  all that  goes to make up HI'S   *° .  agriculture,
a noble man and womanhood abide by - arboriculture, maniltacttl
these teachings when be steps Into
the broader fields that lie before
him? Will the girl brought up with
such a brother give her future into
the keeping of n young man who
scoffs at religion, defies the law that
makes all social life desirable, and
lets his reason and judgment he led
olT by every will-o'-the-wisp that
lurks at every morass and slouch to
lead weak men to destruction''
Should we need to fear the future if
we do our whole duty? Let us
place our ambitions high, to make
men, loyal meu and true.
ADVICE 3,500 VEARD OLD
One of the oldest books in existence is a collection of proverbs by
Ptahbotop, an Egyptian, who lived
somewhere about the time of Abraham. Among his injunctions is the
following, which wo commend to the
writers on woman's emancipation,
domestic economy, and other popular
topics, who may think that the subjects whieh thev discuss are fresh and
suggested by the increased Intelligence of modem civilization: ''If thou
be wise, furnish tliv house well; woo
thy wife an.l do not quarrel with her.
nourish her. deck her out, tor line
ilress is her greatest delight. Purpose to make her glad as long as
thou I Ivest. She is a blessing which
her possessor should treat as becomes his own standing. Be not
unkind to her."
This counsel is none the 1
at the presenl dav, bee;
years have elapsed since it  was giV'
rticultur
and    the
useful arts, and    for shows or     displays of agricultural products.
For disseminating Information regarding bee-keeping.
By co-operation for carrying on any
industry, or for any purpose relating
to agriculture within the dislriel, as
provided for in section 15 ot ibis
act. 1M7, C 13, S. 1; 1808, ('. 5,
S. i: IStin. (\ 2, fi. 2.
It is to he hoped that all Interested in any of these objects, the devo-
lopcment of which will bo of immense value to the district will endeavor to attend this meeling. The
secretary pro tern will he In attend:
itnce ono hour before the opening o
the meeting to receive Bulmotluilon
from those who have not alread
subscribed, and who wish to vote for
(ho election of officers for the
ing year.
HE WAS IN CRANBROOK
Till-
"REV; DAY"  IS SUPPOSED
TO BE IN CALIFORNIA
Rossland Miner: A good many will
remember   Rev. D.     A.     Day,     the
hypocritical     fellow   who     swindled
i Hritish Columbians out of $20,000 by
| pretending tu    furnish    them     with
Armenian orphans,     whose Christian
! parents    had    been   indiscriminately
'slaughtered   by   infidel   Turks.    Mr.
[Day    rambled from one end of     the
useful I province to   the other seeking    vic-
■{ r)(j(, time and dollars, and then he toured
Alberta for a time.     It is snid   that
before he   came here he played similar games in the States.     A number
of Rosslanders   will remember    him
with considerable regret.     Dav    fled
Young mon did you ever think who 1n \sjai where he bas since livid like
lord ou his   ill-gotten gains.     Ad-
from tbe coast are that an ini-
collecting money in Calt-
plan similar lo thnt tot
WHO ARE DRUNKARDS?
Drunkards
grown up
ro drink-
It then,1
linking young men poster
drunkards.     But fnn,ja on i
drunkard
ing young r
there   were
there   would  lie
where do lhe drinking young- men j0^CTj (,« ltev. Dav, nnd the imprrs-
come from'* Why, of course, they 8[on prevails at New Westminster
come from lhe children, lf all the that he mav be Dav himself. Rev.
ebildien were pledifed against lhe use I)r Sinnerell lias gone to California,
of everything that can intoxicate, ;ini| jf jt is Dav he will cause bis ar-
tbere would be no drinking young n.st. There are warrants out ns
men, and consequently no drunkards. B0Vcral places in this province tor
Remember that drunkards nre drink- j)fty nn() thr officers of tlm law
ing young men grown up, nnd these wnni<l like vorv much to lav their
drinking young men nre unpledged hands on him.'
children grown into young men. Let
us look well after tlie children.
"THE BACHELORS PROTECTIVE
ASSOCIATION"
IT     IS   MEANT AS   A DEFENSE
FOR LEAP YEAR
An important meeting was beld at
the home ot C. H. Dunbar, on New
Vear's Eve and "The Bachelor's
Protective Association" was formed.
Uthough ihe meeting was held iu
camera, information regarding a   few
i.f Iln- proceedings have leaked out.
John Cholditeh was iu the chair uud
I'. M. Roberts acted as secretary.
The chairman in a few well chosen
words outlined the objects of the association, lie .said in part, "1D08 is
leap year, and leap year is always
lull t.f dangers and pitfalls lur the
unsuspecting bachelor. I have seen
the summer and winter of several
leap years in my time and, I am
proud to say, so far I have escaped
the many tribulations whieh beset tbe
unsuspecting young man. It is,
owing to this experience that I have
identified myself with this institution. During an ordinary year bachelors can take care ol themselves,
at least if anything happens to bim
it is his own fault, but during leap
year custom says that a spinster
may demand of him that he give up
freedom of his estate. The only
way iu which this catastrophe can
he avoided, and avoided it must be
is for every bachelor ln Crnnbrook
to pledge himself for the year 1
to absolutely avoid the society ol
marriageable females."
At the conclusion of the ch
man's remarks it was proposed by
\. a\, Andrews, and seconded by
Herbert Clark, "That the members
of this association .solemnly pledge
themselves to abstain from the
society of spinsters during 1IK18."
An amendment wus then proposed by
Al. A. Beale, and seconded by 0. 11.
Dunbar, "that tbe words 'and
widows' he added to the resolution
after the word spinsters." The
amendment was carried. Words uf
counsel and advice were discoursed
by Cleorgo (ioldie, Joseph Ryan and
others and a letter was read from
Joe Campbell, iu which he regretted
his Inability to be present, but
declared Unit he would become an
active member ot the association. A
telegram was received trom W. A.
HolMus, at Ltican, Ont.. which read:
"I am with you boya. Draw on
Vic for my fee."
Fred Smyth wired from Moyie:
"Not on your life. What do you
suppose I bought my new vest for?
Vou must think I'm crazy."
A telephone message was received
from Nils Hanson at Wasa. He
naked to be put down If the chairman thought there was any real
danger.
"Hill' Carlin came from Fort Steele
lo say he was certainly with anything that was for tlie good uf the
district.
I>. R, Yates sent a message    trom
Wyeliffe: "Appreciate very much
'itation to join association but    believe I can take caro of myself."
From Kimberley Hany Drew
wired "Pretty safe up here. This is
in Eveless paradise, but you can put
me down."
It was impossible for the Herald
to learn the names of all the members
of the association, ns the proceedings
were clouded in mystery, but on very
excellent authority it hears that
among those present were John
Cholditeh, George Goldie, Joseph
Ryan, T. M. Roberts, James Arnold.
Herbert Clark, A. K. Leltch, Bobby
Alklns, C. Darling, O. Leltch, W. T.
Laidlaw, J. McSweyn, T. Grubb, IL
Miller, J. Harrison, J. A. Oillispie,
Alauricc Qualn, Jack Bremner, A.
Bradley, J. W. Robinson and M. A.
Beale.
As we go to press we arc informed
that a Spinsters' Protective Association is being formed ns a counter attraction- The Herald wishes both
associations a Happy New Year.
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* Chas. Hartkey, Proprietor.
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| QUEEN'S HOTEL I
* CALGARY,  ALBERTA *
Where we see hundreds of people
drifting hither and thither nt the
beck of everv odd Invitation, and re-
\ CLEVER ENTERTAINMENT
READ THE HERALD
p. II. MoEwcn nml hit olovor com-
„   , , ,   , ,, ,,,, pnny     u|iprar«l   nl   tho   new opotft
llml how low    "I ilient will ovor lilt ■„„;„ „„  sutiirilii. nisht   last.    As
nl   mcoloorlty, nml mM[    u,|s gtetit scu.cii ontortnlnot
notownrthy, nillivr h.llt „ K,ml| B1,ow 0„a „ R__il   houso.
.Ill-IIISI'IVCK       till.
nchlovo iiiivlliini.
wi.lilu or without, wo boo plainly
wlmt is wantod. It is it-ss siihjoo-
liim In lii-klr- impnlfies unit i-linnci"
Inros, innrr- scnsiliililv to Rrwit,
prizes, with n virili-il resolution tn
toll h.rnle.-illv Inr llir-m 111 Hint soli-
Iwl. ot .lie Rinil wlii-re lhe tnlh.r nl
spirils si-eili in spen... wl.limit mis-
.nkr-. nml rcwnnlrlli nppnlv .vi.linnl
(nil
TO
WAYWARD       RONS
DAt'OIITRRS
AND
ili-l.wi-ii Is mu' ul Um host sli.,lit ol
li.iiul performera mi tlio oontincnt nml
mi Snlliriln. night Im I'Xlllliiti.l some
ul liis lii-sl elusions. Mrs. McEwon
s.uir "Ant-ii.. MoDonnlrt" nml "Poor
.loliu." Tlw fnrm.r Is a son. that
Is admirably siil.nl to her voice,
which is a nio77.n s.iprnnn ol Brent
currying power. W. Yiu-1, the
comedian, is nn old Invorite In
Crnnbrook, having been here n niun-
ii-r ol times wilh tho Harold Nelson
company. W. Ward, the chnmpion
buck nnd wing dnncpr, ol America,
  'pleased every one. Tho moving pic-
Sons nnd ilnughtcrs, listen while wc tnres were up-to-dale and well put
Icll vnu something. Do you know on. The livpnotic act ni. the finisii
thnt your actions give away the fact bv McEwen brought down tho house.
thnt you are ashamed oi vour good He is ns good nn hypnotist as cnn(
old father and mother? Now what he lound anywhere and his portor-,
have Ihev done Ihnl vnu shnulil be ns- mnnee is clenn nnd un-to-dnte. In a
hnmod ol them? Thev lmve worked little tnlk that Mr. McEwen gave he
hard and gone without luxuries that congratulated the people ol Cran-1
you might wear good ctothes, oh- brook on the new opera hnuso in
lain an eduontlnn and onioy yourself which lie said It was a pleasure play
wWlo young. It, was Iheir intention nnd ho added that II there were more
In give vnu a ginnl start in Iilc, to oiannecra In the country who treated
111 vou to cope with tho world; hut the showmen with the courtesv and
it hns not had that elleot. It has consideration which Mr. Beattie had
simply given vou the "swellhend." shown him. there would be better
You have "grit It had." You have shows traveling the western coun-
come   to think you   arc bettor flesh try.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
The National
Highway
Throng]) Sleeping iiiiii Diuing
Cure nml ifitfii (.'1(168 Tourist
Sleepers on nil Tliroii|,'li
Trains
The Best of Menls nml Attention
Try
Banff Sanitarium
This Winter
SULPHUR   SPRINGS   AND  UN
EXCELLED  ACCOMMODATIONS
Rates $2.50 per day and up
Correspondence inviled ami cheerfully answered,   ('all on or wrilii
JOHN HOE,      E. J. COYLE
11. P. A , ... (I. P. ...
NEI.SO.V II C. VANCOUVER
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Tliis Iiuti'l Ims always lieen the leader
in i.s line, mul will bo kept up to tlie
standard. If you want to meet the
people, i.'ome to the Queen's Hotel.
Queen's Hotel, Calgary H-%,s™
Wentworth Hotel
CLAPP .. ROLLINS. Proprietor,
CRANBROOK
B. C.
This i- in..- hole, .lint they tall; about.
Who are" lliey" ?
Tlio people.
Why ,l,i-ill,.;-" talk '.'
On account uf the H'kxI meiil«, lhe comfortable rooms, the excel*
lent Hi.TVi.-t1, an.l tin* o..r,lial.courteous treatim-iil accorded to all. Eal n
meal nt tbe Wentworth and you become .1 Wenlworlb booster.   Try It.
Canadian Hotel i
i &
5-j One of the pioneer hotels of Cran- £(
gj brook.   Warm rooms, good meals jg
Q and a bar stocked with the best 65
m ,       m
1 Joseph Brault, Proprietor!
Railway Equipment
New and Relaying Rails of All Kinds
Shay Geared Locomotives
Hesler Geared Locomotives
Logging: Cars and Trucks
When in the market for any of the above
material, kindly forward us particulars and we
will be pleased to quote you our best prices.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION   OIVEN   TO
MILL SUPPLIES
GORMAN, GLANCEY & GRINDLEY
aio Ninth Ave. West
CALQARY - - ALTA.
i
Robinson McKenzie Lumber Co.. Ltd.
Saw and Planing; Mills
AU Klndi Oi
Rough and Dressed Lumber
PUONE 50 P.O. BOX 144     !
DEZALL BROTHERS
BLACKSMITHS AND WOODWORKERS
bicycle  Repair! always In stock.   Machines tor putting on Rugxy    '
Kubbor Tyres, with Tyres always on hand.
WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND IMPLEMENTS
PHONE 80 "-"""~-"""—"~ P.O. BOX 144
|   B.C. Livery and Feed Stables
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JAXI'llAY 2, 1908
ORANBROOK HERALD
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Limited.
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<UN]_^gKS>
«v****\
Kdltiir and Manager.
The llcrnld la worlh til) a year. U
coats only Vi. No nun in Soutll
East Kootenai can aQord to tie without a, and everyune living outside ot
me district, who in Uitt.iQt.ted in the
progress of this seotlou, simuld tend
It H imhlishi'S the news while it is
new*. It is controlled uhsolutely by
thu publishers. No cltipiu, patty ot
Individual dictates its policy. U
don'l try to please the people. It's
desire I* to publish a newspaper thai
will lie a credit to the community.
Send in your subscription mid you
will be thankful ever all« ward.
Advertising rates %l per inch pel
mon 111, uu more and no less.
Heading matter 15 rents pet line
to non-advertisers; in cents per line
to regular advertisers,
II you desire to reach tlie peuple of
-SuutJi Kast Kootenay ynu must ad-,
veil is.' in The HiT.ilil. I
Tin- Herald lias a first-elans job [
plant, and ils work is id the best.
Thu lleralil don't want charity. It
wants a square deal on your lob
work. If we can't suit you iu quality .ui.l priee, kick, and send your
work in some Cheap .John house in
tlie east that never upends a cent In
Oranbrook,
.. J^**S**^^^-^*^P-^s^^*--^-^P[
I MORE   THAN
14,854 * Month|
deals uf Cranhrook, we should all be
interested in her prugress. Perhaps
we da not .ill look from the samo
polnl <>i view, Inn that is no reason
win tin- campaign should nol lie a
decent one, .md furthermore, no reason why we sliould not all stand
liigetlier after tile election. Tbis is
a lime for bnmd minds lo prevail,
mil small minds and petty personalities. Crnnbrook is ton )..___ a town
for such nonsense.
It is a .'imli that tbe year 1908
will be a prosperous one for Craubrook and Ihe distriel.
The editor of the Holder Slat
prints tbe lollowing: Owing to ibe
overcrowded condition nf our columns
a number of births and deaths have
been     uiutvi.jilahly    postponed     this
I   Write it 1008.
I The holidays are over. Now let
everybody get down lo business and
work for Cranbrook, Kast Kootenay
uml himself.
Keep >.n boosting during 1008.
Mere is a question: Hoes lean year
properly open .laiuiaiy I, 1908, or
I'Ybiti.itv _!■', when Hie extra day
entiles in for the year'.'
Tbe Domini..ii purl la men I has adjourned for the bolidavs. That is
something to be thankful for.
Let 1908 i
.uul.
Tills \n iln* gimraii I
.illation of ibe HnruM
PruM loom and wilisfiitp-
tniii Ihu open lo iiivuslltfn-
tion l.y tulvtirtlnern .it any
time.
The llernld glv- lollitr
in value for it dollar In money. The advertiser has the
right to know what ho la
receiving lor his money.
Tha Herald if ono paper
thnl courts invostlilgation,
**********
CIRCULATION STATKMENT
I, |f. I-:. Simpson, manager ol tin-
Crnnlirooli licrnlil, ilo Itoroliy statu
ih..I Uu- pressman's books show, i.n
lltni I have overy ieas.,n i.i believe
Hint Hn. circulation ol .In- llcrnld tm
iti,. pnsl live months bas been 21,tl,
copies, divided as follows:
lulv    4,4111.
August  ...Mil
September  4p4K!i
Octoiier 5,(175
November  4,520
Total  21,2:0
Average |n:r month  4,85-1
Subscribed .uul siv.irn to heloro mo
this .'.Hi day ol Decomhor, 1..07, ai
Crnnbrook,  B. 0.
.lohn II,Mollis..11.
A    notary     public in nnd lor    tbt)
C itv ul Kootenay, liritisb Cohim-
liiii.
*>» .$**&& . .a-.. lt.;l-..;tti-ft-r^
f OBSERVATIONS   \
I (i. T. Ilogers and P. PeVeru Hunt
! would make excellent school trustees.
ll.ilh these gentlemen take a deep
interest in Kcnolnstic affairs and
. men who have the best interests ot
tbe fit>   at   heart.
i Ai a considerable sacrifice to himself. Init at the earnest request of u
(treat majority of the ratepayers of
j Nelson, S. S. Taylor lias allowed his
j name lo lie placed in nomination foi
mayor. If Mr. Taylor is elected, of
which fact there Is very little doubt
Nelson will have a mayor who ii
known throughout the Kootenays a;
a (borough business man. ft only
remains for the people of Nelson ti
see to it that, as Mr. Taylor s.y.
in bis manifesto (for aldermen) 1 de
sire strong minded, coinpotont mci
with no axe to grind and with listings on them. If Mr. Taylor i<
beled Nelson is to he congratulated.
Owing to the tremendous amount
of job printing, which lias come Into
he Herald office during the pasl three
weeks, it has been impossible U
turn ii out as promptly as the Her
aid would have liked. The Herald is
•loiiit- Us best lo do the work
.-xpediiioiisly as possible and would
.isl. iis patrons lo bear witli it fol
■ few davs more when work will be
.l<.-ah tn a normal level and will be
.Inn.' as prompt I) as usual.
Tbe increase of patronage thai ibe
11.-i ,ihl und its .mb printing department is receiving from lbe public
makes   it    nerefisary   to add several
1 nieces   ..f machinery to the    plant
| Tbis    will be   done'as soon as     Hie
necessary arrangements can be madi
, -'be itfiMli) biiiltliim will be increased
in size so as to Accommodate Hie
new inn oil ine it. Tbe Herald always
believed in lbe future of iVonlir
,iu-l willi believes iu il and that is
win ii is willing 1" spend money
ou as il has in the |fllsl to keep the
.Herald    plant    abreast      witb      the
'growth of the district.
mole important this year
fm the   merchant
5 HV THK OKU MAN.
*w MS MW*ftl9 J-"--.t,-t'-ET.-<-:,
■44?
Til.- Victoria Colonist pulillsbed a
si\tv-foin page Christmas number
and the whole sixty-fulli pages are
nihil with interesting articles. The
Colonist is one of the best newspapers published in Western Canada,
nnd bas nmili- greal   slrlilll, especinl-
lj during ibe last ..mi It is fair
and insi in Ms criticisms, its editorial columns and always worth rending
ami its news well edited. The Victoria C'olonlsl has i t'.K'h.-.l the stage
where it is in lhe elnflti of a metropolitan daily.
Tliis    is leap yeai and there    ure
seveial old baeheluis in Cranbiook.
Tbe nam. ..I IV Hum-, is known
(ai and wide as perhaps the largest
dealer in cattle ..ml meats of alt
kinds in Canada 1'. Hums is not
a very large man physically, but. his
heart is of the largest size. If anyone went wiib..ut a luikey dinner on
Christmas day, olthei in Calgary ot
Nelson it was not p. Burns' fault.
He gave orders that any family that
could not aDord the priee were to
be given a turkey for the asking, Hy
this  .ins P, Iiui ns brought happiness int.. main homes in the cities
of Nelson nnd Calgary
Tbe people of Movie will give the
delegates to the meeting of the
Associated Hoards nf Trade a royal
reception. .
The veai 1907 w.is ibe mosl prosperous one in ih.- history of the
llernld, iml il will be eclipsed hv
lhe record il will make in imifi. Success hogets success.
If Ihere are two tickets In the
field at the municipal election, work
hard for Hie one von prefer, lmi cut
out    personalities.     We are all real-
1     i.   .-.even
I ban      lasl m_______*m_______,
I Cranhrook  ■ >• look after Iheir adver
lisiim carefully.    The circulation   <>
ilie Herald has HOW reached a     point
j where it heho..ves lbe merchants and
other   advertisers to prepare     theii
dvertisi-meiils In sueh a maimer that
■ they will get the most possible good
out nf them.     The Herald is read by
U.ftflO persons,  in  the territory     dl-
, rectiy tributary to Cranbrook, prob-
iiil.lv im.re but 2.5110 is a conservative
estimate,     Willi this large army   of
readers   it  is ohvintlH that the'  advertisements must he read also, and
therefore  advertisements sliould     he
[prepared   with    judgment and careful
consideration and changed every week.
.The    Herald reaches the people, and
Hie people read the advertisements in
the Herald
The Herald is in receipt ol a draft
upon the Hank of Oood Fortune
drawn bv the Olcieben Call in favor
of the Herald for MiK happv days.
Tbe Call is edited by our ofd friend
W. Park Kvans, lute of Windermere.
Oleicheii is a go-ahead town and the
i'all is a go-ahead paper.
The Riverside Nurseries, ot Oralid
Works, have gotten mil their descriptive dialogue lor 1908. Kike everything undertaken by .Martin Iturrct'l,
■ be Riverside Nurseries are tun upon
tlie most approved nnd up-to-date
style. The Herald is iu favor of
planters buying iheir stock for planting orchards in Hritish Columbia.
whenever this is possible and with a
stock such as the Grand Forks Nurseries carry lliis should be done.
Tlie election of Pr. McLean over
Captain Wallace iu Center York, was
a great victory for the Kilieral Candida le. although his majority was
only 10, The reason lhe Herald savs
Ibis Is due to the fact that, the
campaign was a debating contest,
the stars on both sides participating,
and the fight was a clean one and
devoid ot unreasonable partisan bit-
t.'iness or personal accusations. That
is the way to fight in politic!
 ♦	
TWO mo ISSUES
The Cranbrook Herald got out two
splendid Hi page editions as special
holiday numbers. Hoth issues were
loaded with advertising and replete
with reading matter that was ol interest io the whole district. Hut
when one knows "Old Man" Simpson
"Horace Greeley" Hutchison, ami
knows the strong combination they
form, he is not surprised that these
issues were creditable ones.—Movie
Leader.
NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS     j
HV ttKU. KNOWN    I'KOI'l.i:    in-',
TIMS om   AMI  DISTRICT       I
ltesiilvcd, Hint  «.- will miili-c    tlui|
Cranbrook   hotel .In- lif.i hold
Western   I'd In.—Iloggnrlh  ,v    11
Itcsidvi-il, i., .....'..- CI, T, II. i.m
belter, il n is possible—0. T Rut
el's.
Unsolved, tlml although I'rinci
K.hi.ii.l Island .uul Canal Plata un
good |,i.ii-i-s, i sh.ill continue to hoosi
Cranhruok .mil ih,. Cos.—IC. II
Small.
Itff,.llf.l.   I ll.l I    I    Uili   lif.ll       .Iliilili
Wil- it i-iirling.—.lohn Cboldltch
Itff.llf.l     I ll.ll I    Hill    I,.'.ll .llilll:
Clioldlloh     ai  curling.—1>.  K.     ttil-
Hesulvod,     llml I'ranbrooli     sbull
In- .i Itirgcr    and iiiuii' prosperous
Criinliruoli .ii (In- end ol    this year
th.iu    uvcr Iii-i..ii.- in ils Mature—V.
Ilydi- ll.ik.-r.
llt'siilvcil,    Uml     every    gcnllci i
shi.m.l slmve .it li-ust mice .. day.—W.
('Iiiii-.
Ilcsiilvcil. Uml 1 mn long Inr this
uuilil -Iliun-. Mel...ui.
Ill'Siilvcd, that I'alisl In-i'i- is pun-.
-A. I.. Milvrni.il.
ilcsolved, to write more insurance
uml nt belter rates tlmn ever heloro.
—Arnold A Roberts.
Ilcsiilvcil, in In- nlivuvs mi Un
iviitch.—W. .•'. Tate.
Kcsolveil. in ki-i-ii well during 11108.
-Hun McDonald.
Resolved, lliul ive art* glad to i lc
In Criiiibrooii ami that wc will do
better liy lhc people lliis year   than
lasl.—Hut lis llros.
Resolved Hint uur stuck will In
even bigger and better at the cud ul
this vent* than at tbe beginning.—
S. ,1.'Mlghton.
Resolved, Hint Crnnlirooli is one ol
llu1 nm.st ordcrlv towns in the west,
-('bli.f ul police l.„\v.
11,-sulviil in keep up tbe rt-iiiii.itiuii
il "Th<> Utile 11..lit Ilown Uf
Strew."—flusl   Viideen.
Itcsiitvcil. thai Victoria is -HII .i
•ii'aiiiiiiil city,—lu-. tlrceti.
Resolved, lu Itecp mi logging.—
Sim,,ii Taylor.
Ilcsiilvcil, tu sell tin 1liullsa.nl
it-ii-s „f Enst Kootelinl linit land.—
Ileal.- ..  Klwell.
Ri'sulti'd. llml Un- Royal shall al
ways lc ll.ival Nu. si-.l-l-'. 11
Vniill.i-.il.
ResiilVcll, llial I'i,ml.if.I, I....I.
(ood.-.l. IV. Ilnhiiisi.n.
Ilcsolved, I., keep on sawing.—('.
K. McNnlili.
Resolved, ihat iusl u lillle ivon'l
'nut nuyiiiii'.—A, C, llowni'Ss.
Resulvi-il. llial an ailistii- hull' nil
is a iui iorevcr.—Tommy Smith.
Resolved,     t„   keep up Hu-    * I
uurk fm liiiioaiiily.—Sisli-is nl lbe
St, Eugene liuspiial.
Ilcsiilvcil. I., iiink,. Uu' Pink slunil-
inl boiler known than ever.—.1. 1'.
Kink.
Resolved, In lie happy mysi-lf und
tu make as manv people luipp) as 1
cult.—Itnldy Morris,
Resolved,   thai  n    will "Pa; to
ili-iil"   willi lli'iittic it  Atchison in
inns mnn- llmu ever hclore.—It. E.
Uiu in,
Resolved, that, cleanliness i- neat
tn (lodlliiess.—Frnnk Omldcrls.
Resolved, to keep everyone mi time,
-... ll. Wilson.
Resolved, to avoid   a couftnjrrution
III   ('llllllirnnk.—Till-   Plrc   Department.
Resolved, tn (ceil Ibe people and
leeil Ihem right—Illy.
Nuns donuons nu public, pour Ic
-nix que nuns clinrgenns h- incilcur
1)11*1 ['on pi-iit .it.iii.—loe lit..uli
Resolved iu have a first-class mayor
mil council.—Tlio people nf Cranlirook,
Resolved,   that     tin-   k.f.lfll.,1   Cell-
ill shall in- i.uilt-.I lliingcrlord
Pollen.
l.v wireless telegraph Irom Litcaii,
(Inl.. lies..I veil, Hint I.ur.iu is not in
ll with Cranhrook.—W.  \. Rollins.
R,--m>I\i.iI. Hmi there is nothing
heller tu prevent Hi,, hair falling mil
thiili a guild shampoo.—Lalng the
barber.
Resolved, lh.it lumlier i. King.—
Archie Leltch.
Iti-s-.lveii. Hint Uu- opposition
sliould in- tin- government.—I. 11.
King. M. p. p.
Resolved Ihal Crnnbrook is one ul
tin- besl towns in Western Canada.—
'. K. lleid.
Resolved. Unit 1 am glad I came
i.. I'riiiilirook.—.1. (I. McCallum.
Resolved, llml it is nice In he n
K  i'.-.I, \. Harvey.
Resolved llml Roosvillc is the* ccn-
li-l nf lhc land ul the big red apple—
lies..I veil, that Wnsn will he lbe
great commercial point on Uu- line ul
■""A
LL & COflPANY
Strong Appeal to the Economical Buyer
I' iiiiuli.) effort t.. iiiiliniil uur $110,000,110 stuck nf Qo.Kirul Mereliuiiilise. nml il prices eniiiil for anj-lliini,',
llu-ro ia no question Iml what mauls will iiinve quickly, for not only will wo sucrllieo our profits, 1ml in many
in ..Iuu, vs tiie Wholesale Price will tie lost sight nl.
1'.'f.: t" lli.- sti'iui-.'iH'.v in iln- iiionoy market, we ln.vo lieon Biieeessful in iiiukinn inatiy purchases ul less limn
Imn ill i-i -.iil.-ii- uli..I. s tie prices. Wo now liiul luirsi-lvi-s much loo licuvlly Ht.., ki-il, mul certainly exceptionally luml
up hy ihe almighty dollar    Hence tliis t-reat saerilice.   We will quote you prices nn all lines in nor store, mul in-
iuril iipariaon,
Wo will sell I.II KSS GOODS ut the following prices:
v>
*$^wk /-\
.-."•-.'.j, j.-
% -   ' ~W:'
Mm
liegular Iho, lines at      -15c.
50o.   "              HOC.
••      "2.2n  "   «. I,IIS
HKKSS   KNDS  ill  Suit   leiigtiis,  latest   Roll.....  Stripes anil
Shallow Checks, regularly suiil from 1(2.00 to »2,60,
atperyar-l    * 1.40
20 pieces   I"I.ANXELETT.K and   DOMMKI',
regularly from Inc. to 18o. per ynrtl, ill         SJ^c.
-■1 pi s I'lil NTS, tilN.iUA MS, in il ZEPlrV IIS,
runging io prii-eH from loe. to 25c., at iier yiinl.
1054c.
Tlie prices of our I.ADIKS" antl C 111 L I) It K N ' S
MITTS anil OLOVES will be out squarely In two.
We litive the very latest and most up-to-date RIBBONS in all
the mosl fashionable shades. These, too. must move out at
Half Price.
/ , •     IT,' ,   7/fW
yftmM*
I. A DI IW nnd CHI LOU UN'S UN DEIIW'K.VII -We have between 80and 40 dozen of tins partial-
lar lino .uul will sell al less than wholesale priee.   Imagine Ladies' Dnderwenv, snid regularly al 75c, now at !I7!4C-
We hav. j.i.sl received a cons'giiineiil of COIISKTS iu all llie latest lending styles.
All oritur LADIES' COI.LAIIS and  IIELTS will l«- placed on tables nnd ninrked nt such prices that cannot
h. i[. Imt appeal In llu- [ive purchaser.
(lur BOYS' SUITS   we have 200 of Ihis line, will In*
sold at prices never before heard nt in Cranbrook:
SUITS, regular tuicu .6.60, for   * -        $2.75
n.pn," .     S2.00
*S.50, $1.90
MKN'S SI'ITS. We Ijounhi 811) Snits'froin a
iiiiiiiiifueiiirer. the wholesale prices nf which were
I'i ..in $4.50 tn $14.00. al a big bargain, uml we will
hunch the Im and sell them nl. per Suit,    fl 1.75
liim pairs MKN'S  PANTS 	
Al from 3I.7S to 82.23    l^\i v^1'^!
j    Uegulurly sold Iiniii S2.50 to $5.00, and lust, but nut
'    least, we will carve tin- heart oul of
20th Century Clothing
This is one line thai we dislike indeed to saerilice.
We will sell Men's 2oth CENTURY SUITS anil
OVERCOATS ut ONE-THIRD OFF the regular price.
Imagine a tflO.OO Soil ul lll.h CENft'RV CUITHIMI (or $20.00
iiiuii       *is.i»i   ■■ " •. $12.00
tieii.lenii.ii's HATS and CAPS from 73c. up.
WlNTKltCAPSn. less than J. price,
l'l KS from 13c. up.
GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS and SHOES will be sold
al less Iiiiiii regulai- wholesale price for the next two
J      weeks.
au wl _. ji "«Lk..i mme
M I.N'S  MITE'S .'uul OLOVES, fro... tl.e finest Mocha to the olieapest Canvas at prices never before quoted.
tins is one line in which we aro tin heavily stocked.
Al! ..in IN DE1IW I. A R, mid we have Iwo cords, will lie sold at less than wholesale prices.
Even " Tim " i- iiiii,.. touch us su fur as prices ure concerned for the next two weeks.
wk \\ in, (iiAiKii-: no goods at sale pbices,   ktxdlv do not ask.
Oar Sale wiil commence Wednesday, Dec. 18, and will last till Jan. 1,1908
5. 1" \\~4
JU
& COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
_§3^^]£58Eg5]ifS«
nl i.il -Nils
II.in-' lhan mn   iliiiiu. <
1.1   ll. M'cllrlili'.
nl this Hun..-i
THE PRAIRIE ALL RIGHT
ii..,..i.f.i
s.,lilll..1
l'l sun
llcsulled
hall- lhc
llllllli  Unit.
Icsolvcll,
belli  I.mil .
I!cs,,|\,.|    thnl
Unit    In- pusllii
m Cii\
-(',.   II.
Ili-snlvi-il,
uio liusliicai
i:...:    I-'.
Knull till)
^.;.,-       shall
Central.—llr.
iiw.mil will
■ lhc lii-sl.-
Ilcsulved,
lhat  I
Cranbrook.—W.
!•'. Kuril.
I.
llcsulicil, lu resolve
.1   in riaiiliinuk.—.1.
lies
peopl
'.l.illa
lu
r
Ilcsiilvcil,
111,,     si SI I -II
McPiirlniie.
I li.i I   the
l..i     Ut
ciish
pci
Slsli-lll
Ulc.-W.
Rcsolvi-il,  Ihal    leap ye
Resolved,
mil,- ,i   hig
lhc g I fm
I Cmiilirool- ..
-M. A. M.i.
'   Resolved,
Resolved,
il-cils  Ihe
II
lliul
til  In
imeil
Uiat
  .'.-
illtulil
Man
F.nsl
uy    t
Hint I   am glad I went1   •'• W.   Rolilnsoll, president ui    Ihu
in Ciiiniiiiiuk.—i  Mn.i-.CIronl   West   Lumber  company,    ol
  j Red  Poor,  Allicrtu, uud nl the Rolf
iusun-.McKcii/.ic   Lumbar eompnny, nt
in. glad lhat Jain „,,„  ,(,,,,,,„„.  „, (J„    Saturday's
..'Iyer.    .Mr. Robinson Is looking well
,„,,„ ,   nnd   bus   Jusl finished    an   emended
nisi  unci   U|| |U ,|10 |,|.n|1,|1)| h0V||lg |m,„ M ,.„.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^      iiist us Winnipeg.    To u llcrnld   re-
_____ Ipicsi'iitativc he    spoke as      follows:
,   . ,,    , ,    ,    I   "l.v careful    Inquiry I in.mil    Hint
lied,    llml ( rcsluii    ami     her ||„. , |, s ,„ Manitoba wen- very
.ne the  salt ul Ua- carih.-l-.. n.nnilslug Indeed,       It is lime lliul
lame. iin sunn, seolions there    were lailums
"'" 'ol clu}.:,, Iiiii the pruvimi- ,,s a whole
Ilcsiilvcil, that I will cunllnuc lu be will lur   exceed the results ol    last
I nclc .Iim in    the people ul    Cran- year  iu grain    production.    1   also
brook.—.lames Ryan. iinund   iu travelling  through Suskul-
— eltcwan thnl utioiit     the sumo condi-
Resolvcd     that I have never   been ll.nis   prevailed there und that    tho
married yel and mn lhc happiest man province   will he on u working liusis
mi earth.—A. M. Andrews. Ilieil    year.      lu    Alberta   the   bud
  sii.ini in the early purl ol tlm   lull
Resolved, I.,     give llu- people     o! was a black eye su lar as the repulu-
thc best meal.—1'. Burns tion uf the country is concerned, but
i.lic   mild   winter   so fnr is   doing u
—— I grcnl deal Inward   ofl setting    that
lu grow   younger    und reputation    and   fully demonstrating.
lui     everv  dnv.—Ill-urge Mho Iuct that Alberta is one   ol   the
Ibest grain    countries in the    world.;
^^^^^^^^^^          lliiriug the next year there will be a
llisulvi.il, to mako the Herald bet- vast    amount    ol railway   building,
Kuiilonnv  lit mul holler each week during 11108.1 which necessarily means many    new
inlral more The Old Man and the stall. 'lowns, and there is ulso bound to be
a glen
1    OK'	
bo iii the growl li ,.
i uii
the   I.
'WIIS   ill
the   prnirlo provinces.
Nnliin.
111   thu
1 menus a gruwlug de*
tumid
llll lllllll
ier nml fm those
ren
sons i
led iu
 hm! Ihnl the lu
in hot
ml ii.i n
nil   Uli'
rnniun. yen is    |.
...illR
In hi- .
ill light
'I'he mills in
I'llBl
hi,nli-l
i.il   ale
sn situated Uiu.
they
can  If
I'.lliliinli
■ly riiiiiiuiinil (Iii
mm -
kcts u
1  Hie pt
uii ii- provinces um
1     1
lllil.cip
nlc u g
Hull   tlllsilll-SS   llllliUl!
. lhc
iniiiim.
your 1.
nt nil   lhc mills nf
this
section
I1ESII.I.    TIIK    IIONNII.   DRIER
hush
Iff I 1,111 III
Stewart.
used willi I
ugbl in.- In .
n lhc west.;
!
l-     is what   I
uiu
Co
olvoil
lllll
"The ll.tt.iijt- I.ricr Hush," Hint
i-hiirtniug story ul life in tlm Scottish
llighluiiils will In- presented at lhc
opera house on Saturday evening. As
a play "The l.miiiic i.ricr Hush" is in
a class hy itself, just us .lames A.
Hi-nine's "Shore Acres" und Denmnn
Thompson's "The Old llomostend"
arc.
While ils atmosphere nnd locale arc
strictly Scotch, ils philosophy nl Iilc
and human natural appeal arc universal.
Thnl is why it is interesting alike
lu nil classes' ol theatregoers Irom
gullery to patquot. The scenic environment ol the piny lulthlully reproduces lbe scenes ol Scotch landscape and collage life. TIIK   CKANCKOOK     II KI! A I.l)
THIS WEEKS SPECIALS AT
BURNS BROTHERS
Sale of Shirt Waists
In N'avy. Crimson und Grey Grounds, neat designs, and made
of kooiI Flannelette.   Worth .SI 25.
Special Price, 85c. each
ANOTHER   SPECIAL   WAIST,   in Cream  Lustre.
Were $1 50.   Now $1.00 each
House Dresses
lulcriul in Blue, Hl.-u-i, uml Or
All Reduced.
$...|<>, $1.75 and $_t.oo each
Made of Good Matorial in Blue, Blank and Crimson Grounds.
All Reduced.
Dressing Jackets
InJ'erfei-t Colorings and tlio Smarten! of SluqH-s
Special Prices: 85c,, $1 05 and $.1.75 each.
Ladies' Tweed   Coats
We have only six left nver from our season's buyiugs, and havo
reduced tltotll t,» j rices sure tu 111 tko a speedy clearance.
$12.50 Coats for
Sis so     "      "
$7-75
$12.50
BURNS BROTHERS,'    ' c
1 CHANBHOOK, H.C.
{ Your  Afternoon   at Home [
Will lie one ynur callers wiil remember pleasantly
if juu Bene them with
G. T. R. Tea and Jacob's
Biscuits and Cakes
t        WAVK15LEY      1
GENOA . FRUIT CAKES
CHAXCELLnR   !
I G.  T.   ROGERS \
**he Grocer
CRANBROOK, - B. C.
Get Your 1908 Diarr
If you lmve nuvor kept a dinry. whv nol shirt on Jim, 1st ami
keep n record of tin- daily events during the year. It takes
Very little time 1'iioii nitthl before retiring to jot down the
principal happenings oi tiie day, and it's a great pleasure at
the end of tlie year tn look the hook nver. Sometimes records
ol' this kind prove nf great value.
i,t us -i,,,., ch ..,,, nm. li.n- ..(toos H..OK-
CHAS. E. REID (®,CO.
f OraduaU'ti Druggists Phone 7.1
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After all, there is
nothing smokes
like a
Meerschaum
Pipe
We have them in
all sizes and
shapes
Make your seiec=
tions now
S. J. MIGHTON
.1
:ge Beattie    arrived in    Crao-l   Tin-    Star Novelty compaay    are
in....I, ..11 Monday's train   [ruin    tli.- upcnlii|. ..   si ting gallery opposite
west      He Ims been visiting Nelson, the Canadian Bank nl Commerce.
u .1. Vtchison .uul Miss McKay' WANTED—Ono second-hand saw-
returnoil today Irom Lethbridge mill m ."...i condition; capacity 10,-
wIii-h- tlii-y speni in,, lasl low 000 or 12,000 toet per day, with plan-
days, i-r   uml   aroovcr.     Address, Crown
F. II. Moran, one ..I tin- foremen --i ''""' * l'"k'' '"■ -"~"~'~ "ost, B.
iln-    Marysville   smelter,    l.-ft 1.1st  - ■ 88-Jt
week in spend   .1 holiday in      New    The Herald learns, with regret, that
V,„k- Mrs. Thomas T. McVittie, .1   For.
Louis Johnson, wh,. 1ms been 'If S"T''' i,j," '"'''"J11 during llu- past
..ssuvcr   at the smelting works    at I week.      A telophouo   message    lust
Marysville, lefl    lor Wrel  Kootenav\m &• however, reporteil Ihal     -li.-
last week. '   "''" s I'"'l,a' >"'"<''-
1     Bennct, who    worked   lor thel    }""'" ;'■ .';«■•-.> ■l1'""', ',"    "I1™
Herald s.unc two years .-._,,. is   now •', I""!™ hairdresslng establlshinenl in
working in one •■! iln- big   Vancouver the store opposite Hi,. 1 nnadiun Bank
,„„„ si,ops. 1..1 Cummcrce.     Mt. (,r.-/ lias had    11
good ilf.i! .it experience in tins   luu-
Miss  Nit-kelson, .Miss M.  Nlckelson and should ,1.1 well in Craubrook.
•mil Rev. T. .-.i.urliiills, ,.l Mini,., .uv     ..„,„   ,,   „ .. ,, , ,..,.
visit,,,. Iriends who are .-..niincl   lo „„ s,;iH,|V      „,.   „• K    ,   •  M   ,„
""' hospital. l,„ s.,,1 lor ircntmiinl ..1 th,. si. Kit-
liy order-ln-couucil  today, January h-,... hospital.      Mr. MoKcc has    .1
_nd is   a holiday ui tl,.- Qovernmenti„,.i ,., trlends in Cranhrook »h„ mil
..Huv      11  is nol  .. holhln)  ..1     the |u,pe [or his son's speed) recovery.
"'V1'1 ""'"' Tin- Masonic fraternity luid   tltclt
'llu- Cranbrook brass band Imn- se- Installation el ..iti.-ois uii St. John's
fn.-.l ll..1. Sinitli, tin- messenger "i ,1,,,, December 37th. After the in-
inirtli. I..1 au entertainment mi Jann- inslallation 11 banquci was served .uul
ary 'li.- I'll. j,l„. evening wns .spent in listening ...
LOCAL   NOTES
PICKED UP    AUDIT    mi: CITY
HY ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY  PEOPLE.
llr. Mercer was called to Moyie ..11
Monday.
!•'. 11. Mi.nis visited Nelsnn uu Friday lusl.
Edward    Klwell   usin-d W.ilisliing ,___^___^_^^^^_^_
mi Monday. 1   Frank    VanDecar luui 11 [lush li.iit
Fred Little, nl Crcslon, spent Sun- Photograph taken ..I the illnlng room
day in town. 1"' ""' ll">al hotel heloro Uu- t'lirisi-
,.    , ,.     ,,. , ,.     .      nnis iliiiiu-i was eaten.
IV Jensen, ul    Wnsa, spenl Sunday     , ,    ,,   , '     ,
in Cranbrook. i   •.'">!"   laalitry  ,.     Brandon, Man.,
Hums   Bins    visited   Snul nie      11,1s  ".'""''I'"1  sl'"'k'  holder  ill   the      North
minis mos. iisiicit s,| ie     uus SUt      ,     eompanv   arrived     in
week on business. 'Cranhrook on Tuesday
llr. Walt, ol I'ort Steele, wns     in     N„ „.,, M .   ,    ,        , ,
town on Saturday. Ijm aw year, oSf.™ wo ,™iJ5So'to
(. A. Oaskill, of    Kimherlcy, was 11„- (Inunclul strlagcncv striking   the
hi town mi Monday. jr. p. ||, s(0„,n s,,,,,,],..
H. A. Kimpton. of Windermere, was    ,,-   ,,   «,.,, , ....'       „ ..     r
in town tbe Us. week. | „,«s »• S&1J"»• _»«* "Z
David    Elmer, nf   Moyie, was    in Sirtun, whero he will take n Iii* enn-
Cranbrook mi Saturday. i tract for Carlin & Doyle.
I). R. Yates, of Wyeliffe, sprat Now    .\.   n.    ciute,     formerly of    thu
Year's Da) In Cranbrook. I Royal   hotel here,     but now of Yic-
A. 13. Watts, of    Wattsburg, spent torin, spent a few days visiting   his
New Year's day in llie city. i friend   Tlumms Cole, ihis week!
F.   W.     Adolph, of   Uaynes Lake,1   P. T. Marion, for some time    nii-
visited Cranhrook on Monday. Idertnker for the Cranlirook Co-npor-
P. Luml, nf Wardner, was in Cran- lltlvt!   Stores, but now   of Spoknu
brook several days this week.
A.    Carney, timber Inspector,     of
Kaslo, was in town on Friday.
applied
5, wii..
Ga.i\oi\g's
G. B. Chocolates
in Cream Vanilla, Cn iim Peppermints, Strawberry Fruit Bon
lions, LiongMlows, Otrenobles,
Burnt Mm..mis. Japanese Hon
Hone, Caramels, and many other
delicious flavors.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Sole Agcilfs for Craiibiook. B.C.
spenl
week.
"Hen." Whimster, nl the Free Press
,, , ..,  , ■,,,      , L- ...  u.   1    ... . s,i'r,> Fernie. was in Cranbrook    on
Robe-   Littlo,, of hnil Steele, was   s    ,     ,l„0„,|1„R „,,. „,„i,il,lv nieel
a I ranbrook visitor on J day. ,„   ,„■      Cranbrook Typographical
WANTED-A     tiiirso girl,     Apply union.
Mrs. W. F. Gurd, Cranhrook.      .11-11   „....-,,,„  ,   ,      ...
., ,     •    ,,      ,-  ,, ,    ,  '   w 1N11'.H—l.ailv    hairdresser, pro-
George Laurie   the    Crcston   turn- Mmt in all brunches; nls,', gii      1,.
Iieinun. was 11, town ,.n ruesiiuy.       , ,, ,,.„,,,,    Appl, ,„. |vd||r(?^ ,.,,,„.
WANTED AT    ONCE-At llu- ('rati- brook Hair store, A. .1. Ore/., prop-
brook hotel, 11 dining  room Kill.      II   lielol. 11-11-
M. Mclnnis, of Cnlgary, w.is in Word came trom Victoria mi Friday-
i'nuilliu.ik on business on Saturday. Uml J. A. Harvey had lieen nindu   u
If vou want to grow bananas sue- King's counsel. The Herald eon-
i-cssfully iuin tin- Farmers' Insti- itratulnles Mr. Harvey upon his ap-
intc. tpointment.
Miss   Bunkivullcr,   of     Marysville,     Arthur Heine, of llu- (rows   Nesl
M i several .lays in l ranbrook ibis pnss    Lumber   company's oMcc    at
■■•'.•'• |Wardner, wus in Crnnbrook on Tilcs-
Wllliain     f.liim. ni  Fori     Steele, .l.n    evening    attending    llie Train-
was doing business In Cranbrnok lliis men's ball,
week. I   Tin-    Electric Light  eompanv     in-
Mrs.     Kllngcnsmllli,   „l    Elkn   is stalled their new dynamo un Monday
sit int. Mis, T, r   Irmstrong fo
feu   days
\. C.    Ni-lson    was in    Moyie on     ,.      , „        .,
Monday in liis   official capacity    as   .Campbell &   Manning,   the q
Win. Carlin, of Fort Steele, visited
I'.irhn ,\ Itovh-'s tie camp ,it Silton
on  Monday. ^^^^   m—^m—^—.—.
Jack MacDonald, ,.I ,1,,- Hotel Man-     H-     1. A..'bison, ac npanicil     by
itoba, left last week lot n holiday in ^'
Detroit. Mich.
Miss llusev. of Wardner, wis in
Cranhrook on Fridai lot the Tele-
grnphers' ball
Joe IValsli, Hu- provincial constable .11 l-'o11 Steele, was in the
i-iti  on Friday.
II. II Hoss ..i lhc Hnss-Sasknioon
Lumbei company, of Waldo was in
town ibis week
Miss Thorpe, ol .Yardaer, w.is in
lbe eily Frid.it .uul a guesl ,.f the
rclegranliers ball.
li. i;   Yates, ei Wyeliffe, ».is in
town    on    Fridav ami    look In llu
I.   T.   I'liiiiet     returned yesterday speeches and   snugs.       Illy
■loin ihe coast,     where he has been lbe banquet.
lot Hi,- las.    few months looklos up      \|   .[ * ,u,,l Mark Schilll
limhei limits s|i,.ni  Christmas in   Cranlirooli,   ..
Han    McDonald roturncil from Spo- "l""''1 "" !-"■ *>l->>   lo Marvsville    to
l:ai n Similar, where In- has    been "intlnue   opet-atliiiis on tin- Oinhilco
undergoing medical trcntmenls, much 'niacral cla in, which they own, They
Improved In health. |hjlVC » sl,a" ,l"«'11 »'«•••>■ "el .o"1 'ho
Mt. Moore,  principal ol  lhc public ""''.„,"K,,    -'"  ',.       , ,   ,
school .,1    Movie,    was in 11.,1,1.1- ,      With  thu cxcoptluli  ol  las       week,
..ii l-'iiilav     It wis Mr  Moore's first *vheu tbe new tiynamo was being ]iut
visit to'Cranlirook. ' ii"- ""- , elcotric lights iu Cranbrook
,, ,,.„, .  , ,   „.,     „.  .     I,    li.ne onlv bieii shut oil for five hours
oh of slat, n J,ier wil h B, -nil . •in     "',-'lasl two   and a hall years.
Co     lis'    , -        Isno.  In 'Van iTllis is I'1 ""'"''I in " s,llil11    '""'"
 ilo'iut'weli: ^"•"ivlih a small phinl
Dun Dreamer, whilst working mi
ihe telephone line near Mayook last
Thiirsdny had Die misfortune to fall
limil .1 telephone post twenty-two
feet [o ito ground. In spite of being badly bruised nnd shaken up, Dan
limbed Die pole again nnd finished tlie
vork he was doing.
Mr. and Mrs.     .1. II. Kiii« received
al  Iheir     home last evening and    a
great many took the opportunity   to
pay their respects to Dr. and   "Mrs.
King, as it was the lust time    they
will receive before tbey leave for   the
coast, where the doctor will tnke   up
' s parliamentary work.
Following its usual policy the    C.
.   K. are taking nil the fast      train
between Winnipeg    and Calgary   and
Ise the Kim-Spokane train fur       a
couple uf Die winter months,    commencing January 5th.    The place   of
these   trains   wilt be taken, in    the
interval, by a system of local trains.
Drlseotl, ol Spokane, who    led
Nolan's   orchestra at the Tulegraph-
ts iiuil nn Fridayi is copyrighting  a
two step entitled "The International
Two Step."     It is a two movement
pieee,    Die   first being the   air    ot
Marching Through   Georgia"     and
lbe seeoml "The Hritish Grenadiers."
It is to bu dedieated    to the eity of
Crnnbrook.
The Herald is in receipt of No. 3,
Vol. I, of the Western Fireman, a
fireman's publication, editud i>y f'ne-
i ten for firemen, a journal published
in Nelson in the interests of western
[ire departments. It is a neat per-
iodical, well printed and enntaining
sixteen pages oi interesting reading
matter. The Western Fireman is
Die (.(filial organ of the Uritisli Columbia lire chiefs and firemen, of
Wliieli organization J. V. Fink, of
Ihis city, is treasurer.
day or two in town'     tliis
H.iis.'nu.'iiDv th.- liuiiu ..I. ii,(.
Icircuit were cut t.lT at 12 o cloi
1 Sunday night.
e.ist
have had a ureal holiday
iiid.-. Their stoek is new and ii|i
o-daie and courteous treatment i
Mended to all.
ART
mwi BIMNING
and   j   THE PHOTOGRAPHER
PICTURt 1 SUCCESSOR   TO
fRAHtncl Pl.L.ST PHOTO GO.
WE    1
!SPECIAIIZE|
BRANCHES
OF
IVIcgraphci-s
lleliison ami her sister.     Mil
Kthel   McKay, left    on    Momlay ti
'spend New Year's dav in [.ctlibridgi
with relatives.
i II. I' Newton anil wile, of Nortli-
noil Washington, arrived in Cranbrook ou Monday night's Flyer and
leil      f.u     Marysville   on   Tuesday
|morning's train.
S. Spcers, the wcll-knowii merchant of Crcston, was iu Crnnbrook
for a felt- days this week, lie reports business good iu the strawberry metropolis.
- Don't forget tho social evening and
.iiioker to he given tomorrow evening
ihy lhc Eagles.    These birds,     when
A lolly parly drove over to Fort
Steele on Wednesday alternoon where
they ilincil at tlie Imperial hotel
Atimiij* those who took in the sleigh
tide were lbe lollowing: Yladney
Kick. .Miss Prest, Mr. and Mrs.
lira-ken,    Mr. and Mrs. Shunkliu, li.
.lohlls-toll, Mr.  allll tilts.  Tiudale, Miss
White, Mr. Beach, Mr. and Mrs. E.
II. Patmoro, Mr. (loiishaw, Miss Fin-
nis, Miss Wade, Miss I-aikm, Miss
Hose, Miss (loushaw, Miss Tisdale,
Mr. Walker, Clarence Finnis, A. T.
Vroom, 1). Wilson, E. liradlord, A.
Brailley, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Patmore. F. Winstone.
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well   kn
•ck,    w.is
hnil lit comes to giving their Irieiuti
ood time, know their business.
Tl.e   Knights ol Pythias arc giving
lown ..n Saturday their    anniversary   ball on .lanunry
Hen Pugh, win. b.is heen living In'.... The Knights arc great enter*
Movie, is siit'iidiiiii a month with nnltainers and no doubt Hu-ir ball will
old friend In Pernio. lhe one of the events ol iho season.
.in.l,.-.- Wilsun and ll ll McVittie Arthur Plckoring, ol Moyie, was
leil iod.n Im Windermere, where the brought lo tho hospital on Sunday
lodge will hold court. i inlterlng Irom a tracturc ol the   leg.
!■;   ,],     ri,ii tun, postmaster     and The leg is broken in three places, lie
merchant,     nl     Mnrysvllln,    visited is doing as well as can I xpectcd.
Cranbrook on Sunday. j   noattln it Atchison have put in    a
II W. Heed ami wife, of the Heed Ferris wheel. Not one lo eirrv pas-
I.umbel company, of Swansea, spent Bcngors, bill for exhibiting picture
tVciliics.i.iv in (ranbrook. ipost cards.      It is   the most up-to-
.1.1,1,  Full..ii, i.i ihe    Fink Mere.in-'-''to thing of   Ils kind nn lhe    mnr-
Iilc company's'   slolt, lelt for a bnli-,1'1-1-
dav in  Mli.n.i ibis week. |   Word lias been received llml     Dr.
Allien   Mm/, ninnnger nl lhe Fori   .ml Mrs. F.E.Kin-r. yvho linye been
steel.- Fertile  Brewing company, vi,
iiid i'i.ml I.- ou Friday.
III'Y AT HOME
Try
I  HARRIS & WOODS
For Your Winter Supply of
w
• III!
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All orders will receive prompt
and immediate attention
Telephone 102
P. 0. Box 786
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I    We   HaLve   The  Largest    |
Jewelry Storo in this section of tho country, and
our patronage tin.1 pnst your hus been most satisfactory. Wo tnko this iHTiision to wish nil of lhe
peoplo of this ilistrirt
A   HAPY   NEW   YEAR
j   W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler   and 4
> Grfkdu&ie   Optician        *
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(^Mechanics' Tools
For those who desire tin' l»est   X
quality  Tools   wo   ean  supply
vou.   Wo bay direct from the
makers in large quantities, aud
run thus soil at close prices.
Full     lino    for   Cnrpont-'r.--.
Masons. Klt-'Ctrit-iuiiS  uml   Mu-
I  J. D. McBRIDE
* 1UHDWARE • CRANBROOK. B. C.
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i W. F. TATE, The" Jeweler i
i — |
jj? Desires to thank the people for their patronage JS
~L the past year and wishes them •*-*•
1    The Compliments   of the
% Season
\ ii,,,,,,i wa,., ,,,-,,„,,,, w.   F.   TATE
f "THK    JEWELER." L.
laying in tho Okanogan country ft
ilir |);ist fi'W wpi>ks. lillVO left loi   Lus
ll,,,,',  [„r,et  lbe Farmers' Institute /"'.TlT '"r ""' """"fll "' »'"  Kine's
meelilm on Wcdncsilay nest at S pin   "™""-
tile   II.
ii-iii iuiildinr(.
I    Siiperiiiloiidenl   Mallriee  (lu,.
t .1...       I-I..,,,-;..   i u.i.t       _..,_	
We Have More Hardware
Than We Need
A visit lo our store will convince
you Ihal you can buy to advantage
J. G. McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE:
MERCHANT
I.'    n       MnrrU    nliW  linn nan   lnBi     ',"'      ,:,l'rt ri|'   ' ^,lf      ^""npollV,   Sfl>'S
'     'i.n       ni,         U .    ""'  "mV th" ,,,P ,l"w ,lv":,,,,li ls    "l
Jnci   h^mffl S ?hJ^town1 ,,,n(,p- tho    Httlit will lio hetlrr    anil
spocl the tot els in tlml town, ,..,,„,,.   ,IS   th(1   madlill(.n.    ,„ m
II. I,. CrnlKsvlllo,    «.f the    North ]i,ni,m.,[ „„.
Star Lumher company al Klko, visit-    ,„    ,h   restftUrant mM  ms I)1UV
.•.I Crniibrooh Muring tho weok. ,„,, Frillav niffht     X(|, (illlv |)|(|   ,,J
W. T. Itri'l h'li loiliij fm- tin' const supply n supprr ot 2flO covers for the
where lie will look up one or two Telosrapliers ball, hut he catered for
opportunities to enter husinrsK. |lli« Musnns supprr in connection with
Prcil Miizni left for Moyie mi M.ui- Si- John's day.
day,    where lie lias accept wl a posl-    A number of Cr.mbrook people took
lion with llu1 Si. Elugcne mine. I in the ilatire nt the Wyclifti- hotel   on
(irortfe Hremnt'i*, nf |2rtmonton, who New Vrar's eve, given by tho proprie-
was une of Cnuibrook's pioiicor mer- ,f,r- Harry Hradfoid. Like any en-
ehiints, is in town on businc!"";. ,tcitiiinment Mr. Bradford undertakes
Mrs. F. C Malpas and family will ,he ,lal,cP Wl,s n Rreat SUCC(,SS-
leave to join Mr. K. C Malpas     at     Mr. nnd Mrs. McTuvish, wlm   have
Portland, Oregon, nn Saturday. been staving with Mrs. fluid during
The Maple l.e.il basket ball team ,,1(" holidays, leave on Sunday for
took n four horse sleigh drive to Snokatie, iieeonipaiiied bv Miss
Fort Steele on Wednesday evening.     , Evavlti flnrd, where thev will lu'   the
The Cranbrook hotel has put in a 'ill(,sts of Mrs- ttVbb- r°r a wceK'' !
stand containing picture post cards The Crnnbrook brass hnnil. did a
with views of the citv and district.     Olio line of serenading on NYw Year's
K. IL Ferris, who is assisting    II. J*?-   , Tll,,V ptnyed sevcml tunes    nt
II. McVittie, is confined tu the   h.m-    ,,ni* J.01""": awl [hvn Proceeded   tn
pital with a severe attack nf grippe.     '," «'»rlmir rink, where thev    played
for some time.     Snme nf the     bovs
WANTED—A furnished bfedroom nt the rink started a collection and
with electric light In private house, a goodly sum round its way into the
(Apply X. Y. Z., care Herald.      ll-5t coffers nf tho hand.
KICKS   ON     A    MAU.       ORDER
HOUSE IX WINNIPEG
'i'he Winnipeg Free Press has received several letters complaining nf
ihe manner in which some people in
the west have been treated by a
certain mail order house in Winiiipcu;
known as the Northwestern Supply
House. Limited. The Free Press
;oys:
When   this company    lirst came
tn the Free Press with their advertising    an    invest igat inn    was
made aud   sn    (ar as   could     be
learned the company was doing a
legitimate    business.     When   a
number of   communications    had
been received and there bad heen
some   difficulty    experienced     in
getting settlements the Free Press
again  made an investigation     of
flic affairs   nf the company,    sn
far as     was possible, and 'nil the
strength nt that investigation decided to im longer carry llieir advertising,  which was accordingly
discontinued about October 1, last*
li    is    understood   by  the Herald
Hint certain   parties   iu tbis district
have   found their   dealing with    the
North western Supply Houbo unsatis-
faelory.       It should lie a lesson   tn
• he   people to     be ivry careful     in
sending   their money  away to   mail
ordel     Imiises,   especially     unknown
olios.        It is a great argument     in
favor   of   buying goods     from     the
homo   merchant at   whose establishment one   can see   the goods before
uaying for them.       The Herald    believes and lias     always believed    in
patronizing home institutions.
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Family   Groceries
Hint eiubraee^ a great many things, and a Hit would fill a
now-tiajier. So we -.imply wa'nt to impr*-!B the fat t that our
stock embraces all ito lim.ii need-rd in a home and Dtually
carried in a (tracery.
GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY
We strive to hnve all i:<ki1s delivered promptly.   Tel*-|.l.on**
orders solicited.
J. HANN1NQ TvSSTf
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f   MHONR
173
NOTICE TO WATER AND ELEC- i
!     TRIG LIGHT CONSUMERS
Customers will please bear *
| in mind that all accounts ♦
. aredue on or belore the loth,
' nn di'count being allowed j
. alter that date. Ollice will r
| be open Irom 7 to 9 on even* X
! injc ol 10th. Z
Please bring bills. *
CR-.NBRO0K ELECTRIC I.II.IIT
CO. ...d.
WATER SUPPLY CO. ltd.
$500 Cash
Will Buy
7-Roomed Residence
Situate- on Baker Hill.   All modern
Improvements.
You pay rent.   Why don't you own your home ?
Now is your opportunity.
For Particulars, apply
BEALE & ELWELL
HIUI, ESTATE AGENTS CRANBROOK, B.C.
Read the  Herald .XI.U".   .'IIAM'.ltllOK    II Ki: Al.l)
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DADAME LAL0NDE
High-Class llrc.smal.inii
Tnllor-iumlo CoBtiimos. Kaucy
Wnisis.   AnytliltiK in
Chlldrea'a ffear,
1'.  P. u   tlOL-1-l.   l!|i8tnlia
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A Inl   Invstment
STORM WINDOWS
nn   your   houso thla winler will
save one-hull' ynur coal hill,
unlet' nnw from tlm
Cranbrook Sash and
Door Company
All kiiuls ol lliillilllig M rial i
liiiinl or mailo to outer
Take a Cup
of "BOVRIL" at
Eleven o'clock
a.m. or p.m.   It does
not matter which,
It will give you vigor
and energy
BUT
see it is
BOVRIL
When You
Come to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
.--.t-ptiens & Ruckcnilort
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. U.
Station
$1.00    PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
McHENRY'S
"ORCHESTRA
l'l Wil .Wl, I1KU.MS
Iligli-L'lii.t Uuu.- Music
llwnya I'p.lo.ilulo
U|..-i. lor Out-of-town l.ilgii_,e-
ineiua
P.O. 1.0X648     CRANHROOK, B.C.
Columbian College
mm   News of the District  mm
Written by Bright Correspondent.* and Gleaned Irom Newspapers 2
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♦ WARDNER ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
(From our own correspondent).
Mr. anil  llis.    Martin   Thorpe, ol
Klku, siH-nl Clirlfitiiius willi Mr, ami
Mrs. till,. Wisner.
.Uiu.-.. llrmvii .mil (i
spi-nl I'lirislln.is wilh
town.
lorra Wnlkor
frit-nils     ill
There's Comfort for
the Horse
as  well
1,1.11.k.-t
lur Iiiiiii il it lias 11 j;
Horse Blankets
though are sometimes as thin as
lied blanket. We don't carry that
kind in our shop. When the time
nines that we can't glVO ynu fni your
horse an Al heavy, good wearing, cx-
ra warm hlanket, we'll go out    of
Uu-   blanket liusiiiess.      \Ve hnve
big line now niid cheaper tlmn     ever.
Come and sec them.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Telephone Mo. 18".
.1.   W.   IttJTI.I'.lMil.
VHTHRINARV SW.ifiON
.iriultiateol Ontario Veterinary
College, Toronto, in I8H8.
Cii-niliiiite anil Meilnllial ..1
McKlliip's Veterinary College,
t'liicagu, In IMW.
Nine    yi-iiia'    uxporieneu    in
Vnterinnry practice in Mniiltolm.
Ill.ltc at Cranbrnnk Hnlel.
: Handley Livery and;:
Feed Stables
i'.
I'ruv
bolli »i
nurnto
J'nlille
Kt-imii
Pi 'I--
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I.IV
Uilaii II..ii..'
literati' nn.-
1. fni- M. II
miffi-H ii'"
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iiui t'oauliB
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Tiirnilt.ll I nit.-iMlv
ihii. full iitlliiiitimi.
iirht vnnrot Tnroiit
IlilMl S| inl I'.iu.in
iirnntli'lil cniclnooi'lii
In Mimic, 11 i-oni|i|m
Culture, mul 1'Iimiu
Hon wilt, tl..- Tti!
S|i.'.'inl iiisirn.'ii m
Wllito i.il slil.l.-iits i.
tti.-iil Tridiilntr with
Witli i*(pllp|i(H| l-.vii
uddreHB I'lihitiihhin
('•lurw.    mii'I    f»Hf
., Litteriil Kit iiuil tion ii,
1.. nml it. tin- r.inli.'fl
nn.l \l   l„ \.   In Tlii-o-
ir I It.D    In t'liivi-r-
. Hlieleiil-i ll.r.iugl. tin-
.' 1..1 iiu* i; a ilf«rtH»of
m.ii. wliieli tin1 rulleiw
In art , tern -hm tlie
jWioi-1 "I Hd ,and
-.•rinir I'diii-hu ailnpttnl to
- Murk ill LlilH Pi'.iviiirr-
11111I Ui'iiim. ii. .'•i.iijiin.'-
mtii CullfHV <>f Miialo.
in An nn.l Klin'iilii.ti;
.- ii'tpdrml tu ink.' I'liy-
till Hi*, ml vim tn frM "i n
■i.ciiiin.--l'.,i Tul Inr
()|l,Wi.
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J. T. LAIDLAW, M.R.
THOS. T. McVlTTlE, P.L.S.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF CRANBROOK
EXTRACT     FKOM    POUND    AND
1)00 TAX BY-LAW.
Nu person shall allow nny horse,
mule, hull, ox, cow, sheep, goat, pig
ur other cattle nr poultry to run at
large within the eily, otherwise the
same may bo Impounded and the owner thereof is liable lot damages caused.
Any person may Impound an animal
touiul running at large. The line to
the poundkeeper foi every animal is
es follows:
.Stallions,  $5.0(1.
Other horses, mares, geldings, fillies or mules, $1.01) each,
null, (5.00.
Cow or other kind of cattle, $2.00,
Hour nig, $4.00.
Pig, Bheep or goat, fl.Oli.
Fowl, 25 cents.
The poundkeeper may also collect
$1.00 for impounding any animal and
25 cents for impounding any (owl,
and for feed may charge ns follows:
Fowl and geese. _."> cents per diem.
If the animals aro not redeemed the
poundkeeper will proceed to sell.
There shall bo a tax on all dogs of
$1.75 and on nil bitches $5.00.
H is the duty of the owner of dogs
to procure a tag from the City Clerk,
otherwise the dogs will '• - imtMumletl
and unless redeemed will be sold or
destroyed. Tags must he placed on
dog's collar so as to he plainly seen.
In addition to thr- above' charges,
any person guilty o! an infraction o|
the by-law is llnblo to n penatty of
SI00.0O nml ensis or two months Imprisonment
T. M   Huberts,
lit Th q  u City Clerk
TIIK IIKnT IS NONK TOO
GOOD  FOll   CRANBROOK
4 \VK ENDEAVOR TO FURNISH
TIIK BEST   ,
•'   Rigs, Riding Horses and
Pack Horses for any
part of the
District
IV K WANT Tti SATISFY  VOU
BAXTER   & I.ANQIN
.if crosses ami
iim-s ml.i ihis
useiit, and the
u is excocdluglj
■tiiiuries is   one
Archie McKachcin, .if Spokane, was
i  town  for n   couple ol days    this
Mr. Stevesnii, manager lot lhe
Western Canada Wholesale company, culled nu friemls in town a few
days ago,
A man's lite is full
tompialioiis. lie ci
world without his cn
I rip between the iw
rocky. Tho rule of i
of the important features of the trip.
When he is little, the big girls kiss
him; when be is grown, the Utile
triss him, if lie raises a large family
be is a chump, Iml It ho raises n
small cheek he is a thief. If he is
poor he is a had mnnnger; if be is
rich lie is dishonest. If he is In
politics its for pie, if he's out of polities miu can't place him lie's no
good Inr liis country. If he docs not
give in charily ha is it stingy cuss; if
lie does il il is fni show. If he dies
voting, Ihere was a great future
ahead of him; ir be lives tn an old
age, he has missed his calling. The
load is rocky, but man loves to
travel it.
iition in the performance of the duties
in which uur interests and efforts
must necessarily be mutual,
\ urns verj truly,
P. Luml.
The tooms on the ground floor    ol
Mr. Hnhail's     new hotel have    been
completed during iln- past week   and
are now being occupied.   The   Imild-
n line appearance.
illg pre;
Skat I
here.
tin
..liter nf  lhe
a..t
Mr. It. \
Vila., lu
C, I'. It. .
Mr. Held t
days ago,
. ol High Ulvor,
e.le.l Mi. Keid as
al    lhe   local   d0|K>t.
Ui Creston a   few
■ lnbiinv Martin,
he holiday last
liirents in town.
if Swausua, snent
week   wilh     his
Mr. White, nf Marvsville,
holldnvs wilh friends here.
pent the
W. It. Rutty, Piinoml Director
r inn lin ml. It. (,. PI  No.
Fred llurgcss and Brock Marklo
look iu the Telegeaphers ball given
m (ranbrook Friday evening last.
The hoys report a good time.
Arthur and Edith Luml drove to
Craubrook on Friday afternoon last
in visit friends.,
A Imby bny arrived at the homo ol
Mr. ami Mrs. .lames Smith on Monday afternoon last. Dr. King was
in'at tendance and both mother ami
luihy nro doing well.     . *
A very pleasant evening w.is spent
in dancing in the l.ibtn.iy hall on
the evening of December 2'lth. Music
was furnished by Mr. Ln Chance and
.i dainty jiinch hq-d been served,
dispersed for' fTieir respective
1.nines al an early hour,
Tin- Crows Nest Pass Lumlier coin-
paii) deserve great praise fnr the
lospiiallty shown by'thein iu giving
ni elaborate dinner on Christmas
■veiling to .ill the peoplo ol the tuwn.
S'n expense was prepared and evetv
lelicacv that could lie thought ut was
prepared by A. Norris, lhc cook,
assisted by his staff of helpers,
tliiests numbering about eighty-tivt
were prose-tit -it (he company's boarding house, which was beautifully decorated fnr the occasion, with evergreens, bunting and Christmas hells.
While thanking the company we wish
also to congratulate Mr. Norris, upon
ilie grand success of the occasion. At
the close of the meal a flash light
picture was taken hv Mr. Downlo. lit
addition to this treat each lamily in
lown was presented with a largo
bundle containing apples, orange
grapes, candy, nuts, etc., while some
of tbe men employed were given vcrv
valunhle gifts. We wish to con-
grntulnto the company on their success during the present vear and
hope they may have n continuance of
ibe same during the coming year.
PRESENTATION
A pleasing feature nf the Christmas
tree, mentioned in last week's issue,
was the presentation of a beautiful
i-ift to Mr. and Mrs. Lund, bv sumo
id the men employed hy the' company. Mr. Lund, unfortttnatoly, was
>1 present that evening, but has
nee found an opportunity ol thanking those wlm remembered bim
igain at this time nf giving and re
eiving gifts. The following is Mr.
Lund's reply:
To the Employes of the Crows Nest
Pas-* Lumber Vo., Ltd:
Friends: On     behalf ot Mrs.     Lund
and myself, I take this means ot expressing   tn   vnu our      sincere   nnd
hearty  thanks for the beautiful gifts,
of   which   we were   the happy     recipients al your hands on the evcnltta
il the 2l)lh inst.
It  is   with some difficulty lhat     1
m able to find words ill which     to
xpress tn you how deeplv 1 feel vour
kindness    towards   mo niid mine.     1
to say   to ynu, however,    thai
indness iiii.i lofty sentiments ex-
leiided to   mo by those wlm aro    on-
gflged    wilh tne in     my life's work,
afford mo greater plensuro than   nn\
consideration  1 could  receive    from
any other source,
I can onlv piny the All-wise Rulnt
of our Unlvwro that the future will
bring forth conditions that will on*
able me to retain even a firmer hold
upon the hearts nf those with whom
I shall be associated in tho performance of the duties Ihal may he allotted to me.
The greater part of the courage
I have choice Upland I'ruirie Huy'thn* is MetM ■■■ tho Wl,rM is I1"t "f
A  very quiet    and plonsnnl  evening
was   spent iu dancing on    Christmas
al   lhe    I  uf      Mr.  .lini      ltmwn,
proprietor of the Union hole).
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work in our Rilv«i'tineitMiiit, but we.
put this ad in the Herald to
emphamne it.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
N«ar Low hi- 4.rmBtrong Avenue
TKLKPHONK 114
TIMOTHY
AND PRAIRIE ,'
HAY
-ALSO-
OATS
IN CARLOAD LOTS
FOR SALE BY
HEnBLINQ & RLBV
D1DSBURY,  ALBERTA.
Feed For Sale
(Received    tnn   lute   tor publication
last   week.)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leard and little
daughter Margaret left a few days
ago for ii couple of mouths visit, at
the homo of their patents iu Sussex,
Sew Brunswick,
Mr. Gumer -Innes spent Tuesday
with Cranbrook friends.
(leorge Powell, of Cranhrook, was
iu town Salurday on business.
President Roosevelt has got his
Knife nut for the paper trust. His
enemies claim that it is nnly a papet
knife and carries no weight.
Miss Maggie Johnson, assistant
leaeher of the Michel public school
slant a couple of days this week
With her sister, Miss F. B. Johnson,
al  the   homo of   Mr. and Mrs. Gaff-
If Tommy Burns had lost his
bal tlo for tho heavy weight championship uf the world in old London,
the American papers wnuld have re
fcii."I to liiin as a defeated Cunuck
Having won ho is Mr. Burns nf Do-
irolt.
■Santa Clans is a merry nld soul
Full of fun and frolic
But     when vou   get your Christmas
hill
It is enough lo give ynu colic.
Miss Ma/el Bohart, who has been
in Nelson as a student at St.
Joseph's school, returned to her homo
mi Salurday evening last, tn spend
the Christmas vacation.
Master Roger Luml, who has been
ijtieiidiiig school iu Spokane for the
lust few months, arrived home on
Salurday evening to spend the
Christmas vacation with his parents.
It was lhe night before Christmas
\nil St. Nicholas in glee
Remarked to a neighbor
"Have something on me."
The invitation was accepted,
Tins is lio lolfO
The verj- iirxt, itay
S|. Nick  was broke.
The Christmas tree given in tbe
Lihran ball on the evening nf Friday, December 20Ui, was a grand
success. Tbe weather was very
pleasant and everyone turned out to
see what Santa Chills had brought
for th.'tn. The audience was called
In order nt 7.30 p.m. bv A. Sheppard, who occupied tho chair. The
programme was then presented,
which consisted of dialogues, recitations, vocal and instrumental music
and n dance. The vocal selections
given hy Miss Ivy Jeffrey's and tlie
ilanec by Master Eddie Brown, were
highly appreciated bv all present.
After the close nf the programme,
Santa Glaus appeared and proceeded
In distribute the gifts with which
the I tee was laden. Tbo evening
entertainment closed hy lhe singing
if the  National  Anthem.
sitiun
mine.
ns    engineer at the Cambrian
The Moylo Debating society held
their first meeting Monday evening,
and the subject discussed was:
"Which gains llie more information,
Ihe reader nr lhe traveler?" After
an equal vote the chairman decided
in favor of the traveller.
Jack Chishnlm while mucking at
the SI. Kugene mine yesterday
struck a piece of dynamite with his
pick ami was blasted hadly about
the face lie will probably lose the
sighl nl bis left eve. I In is now in
the hospital.
(Fr.iui mn nwn correspondent.)
The items nf news in this town o|
Into mav be ehomtoleil as follows:
On the 20th inst the semi-annual
examination of the Moyie school was
held in tlie presence nf the parents
and friends nf the pupils. Tho
children of ihe Junior division were
received by Miss J. R. Niclinlsmi.
The scholars ul tho senior department
were lestul by written and oral examinations in the various subjects on
the programinc i.f studies bv Mr. S.
Moore, B. A. The fullnwing patriotic snugs. "Tin- Maple Leaf Forevot"
and "Red, While and Blue" were sung
hy Un- school.
On the 25th the citizens of Movie
held a union Christmas tree for the
children. An interesting and instructive programme, consisting of
songs, choruses, recitations, drills,
wns rendered by Ihe young people.
Mr. F, .1. Smyth occupied tho
chair and ma'ln n hnimv speech, relative in ibe Vulelith- sens if     1007
in Movie. Santa Clans then presented his numerous gifts to the
luvenlles.
FISHING TACKLE    That Will Catch Fish   FISHING TACKLE ! I
THE ROOSYILLE CASH STORES
FRED ROO, Proprietor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Studs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment oi Fishing Tackle suitable
lor the District in B. C.
-•-
Indian Curios, Specimen Big Game Heads, and Souvenirs ol The Gre.il West.
A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS    -    ELKO, B. C.
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I FERNIE
(From the Fernio Free Press.)
.Ill
Mi.Ill
m- Wilson lu'lil
iiy.
■nunty court
on
Kfliiii-
llial   lllf
louse ..II
liisliinn ..
......,! iiill
is-itiii-K in Cranlirook
I'riiiiliriu.k hotel kept
Christmns ilny itfti-i
llu- liostlltiltlle inns ol
IllVS.
sny
.pi'ii
the
t lii
111-
m.-sl
ul
iri-1, „
Helm
ut
-Mllo
uilii'ook. was
un    Christ
1I.IS
T. II. Bell and family spent Christ-
nas iu Cranhrook, tbe guests of Mr.
md Mrs. Stevens.
c. I'. Hill, who returned this week
from a trip tu Spokane, says     that
nosl peculiar state of affairs
ists in ihat city in connection with
llnnnelal affairs that a man may
have Mim,"nn in a bank hut that
iiider the clearing house arrange-
:leni promulgated when the financial
panic came on, he cannut, under any
Ireiimstanees draw out more than
lmi. Fur any sum more than that
he must take clearing house certifl-
i-s. Mr. Hill had a little experience himself. He made some
ilectimis while there and got about
(111IKI in checks, When he went to
the hank he was not allowed to
ll'aw but the regulation $100 and as
be could make no use of certificates
checks for -SUM each in ordor to get
here lie bad to get friends to make
checks for Slfili each in order to get
bis money.—Frank Taper.
Misses Hazel and Edith Lund,
students of St. Joseph's school,
Nelsnn. arrived on Saturday evenim
last In spend n couple of weeks vocation under the parental rnof.
Mimes F. ll. and M. Johnson left
on Sun.lav last to spend their vacation at their bome in Grand Forks,
II. C.
Ilenrv Bohart returned home on
Thiirsdny ovcnlng last to spend his
v.ie.M im, under ihe parental roof,
ifler nn a'^enc of moro than two
vears with friends in Bn/emnn,
Monlnna.
-♦ .
nnd
Timothy
ti heroic kind. Courage may lie displayed in everv-day life as well as
the historic fields ol action. The
common need is for courage to lie
honest—courage to resist temptation
—courage to speak the truth—courag
to be what we really are and not
pretend to he what wo really are
not—courage to live honestly within
our means, and not, dishonestly upon
tho means of others.
1 in conclusion, I wish tn extend to
. |you all my heartiest wishes for your
to offt.r  in  cur lots.      I>''liviireil jfntiire peace   and happiness,     nnd   I
prices on Application, I wish vou to feel that, while ordinary
business prudence compels me toj'risist
D. C. Hoffman, Calgary
Also
Oats, Wheat and Feed
I MOYIE I
(Frnm tbo Moylo Leader.)
Dr. \\,itl came   up from Kingsgate
lo spend Christmas in Movie.
Aliss Mae Nicholson, who has
been leaching a! Cascade, is spending
hei   holidays  in Moyie.
Chas. Messenger is home from the
hospital, und bis many friends are
pleas.il at the good progress he
making.
MOTHKH    TIMK,   NOT   FATHER
TIME
It is an imaginary mistake to picture Time as an old tanned withered
ml wrinkled greybeard, and benring a
cythe, for Time is not at all severe
when it gives to tho world each
twelve month a sweet baby New
Year. It proves itself to be a dame
ot rotund and molherly proportions.
The approaching signs arc nu abundance of white baby clothes, zig-zag-
ging softly down through the air,
covering the I roes and walls, and of a
very fine texture, even to dissolving
if touched by the human hand. And
during the long dark nights the
frost is at work executing artistic
designs in wealing trimmings* ol
Latisdown to form a warm and comfortable receptieal for the expected
stranger. Hear tonight the rocking
nf ii cradle bv the strong noith
winds, tinder the light ol twenty
million clear burning stars, and heal
the rapturous notes of the silvery
hells tossed lo and fro over the
snow, nddlng joy to tho heart of
Mother Time 'over the birth of
another new year.
A Happy New Year
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Phone 57 Head Office, Calgary Alta. ;;
The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd. ij
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF MEATS, FLOUR AND FEED  I
i -
  -.
n
Our Meat i.s  always fresh, ns all our Beef is killed    11
in Cranbrook \',
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I'lnni.- Ill P. O. lluxM 2
" It's a Put-up Job" *
Tlii- fi-llnw in after, lie ic going
in bang eoiue of our fine
WAUL PAPERS
wl i-i. lmve been GItRATLY Ulv
1H( I.M IN I'l.l.K. We haven
hir«e stuck of choice designs to
clear lo iiiaki! room for our new
B.H.SHORf&CO.
The Painters and Decorator*
Pabst! Pabst! Pabst!   ii
BEER
.lust reiwivixl u OAU of PABST BOTTLED BEER
Tin- BEER of QUALITY.
<lA L. McDERMOT ii
Wholesale Wines, Liquo.s and Cigars ] |
CRANBROOK, B. C.       -       -       PHONE 17 ; |
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Manufacturers of
Tbe Various committees for the
Odd Fellows hall, which wiil he held
on Momlay, January 1'lth, have heen
appointed.
Rrnesl Mills, of Greenwood, has
succeeded -Ins. It. Kirwan as acting
secretary-treasurer of the Western
Federation of Miners at Denver,
Colorado, Mills has been a member
f the executive board for some
time.
Chas. Farrell   and O. .1. Johnson,
ho are doing development, work   on
the Society Girl property, camn down
peiul Christmas in town.
A. C, VanXest, returned lo Moyie
ui     strict discipline     ami efflciturt W* week after an absence ol almost
service, I solicit your kindly co-oper- three years,     He has accepted a po-
...The...
Two Jims
When the people of KaM
Kootenny go to Kpoknne
Ihev should lie riite to
visit the
Dell Dick Bar
SI2 Mill Street
Opposite Victoria Hotel
James Neil & James Qalbraith
Proprietors
The Host of Wines uud Cigars
JOE MARAP0DI
SHOE SHOP
Kt-|iiiirinn u Specialty
A ikons Hlock, Cranbrook
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Wines, Liquors and Cigars
We make a specialty of giving prompt     ;
attention to Mail Orders TIIK   ORAN IlKOOK    UKUAJ.O..
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gee,
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NOTICE
...   .''J1" ,e.  rc?,_Pn!B!-..    .   , I" tlio mallei of ua application lor
I. .Iniiii. liiie editor nl (lu- Led- u,,, issue nl a duplicate Certificate ul
informs us Unit In- will, nu    the Tttlo „l    part    (5 acres) of l.m 30,
I'liu.siluy    nf tin.     New  Year Group dim, in (lie Distrtet ol Knot..
(January 2), publish n paper uf   liis nny.
u»-n, called John's Paper, in    Fornlo.1   \.,ti_p    is hereby given that It is
We understand Irom Mr. John    that; my Intention to issue at. the cxpira-
, tion uf one mouth Irom the lirst pnli
In- Intends lo Ircat llu- ulTairs ol llu
eity fi'nni his own standpoint, unhampered liy other considerations,.
Corporation of the
City   of   Cranbrook
I'uiiMi
i-ii-i-ii.i
i uy,
I in- pics
(.
u»-i ii-,- is neruhy given iu lhc
ut  .uu     Municipality  uf   thu
i iiiiiiii nui,,     that   i ruqu.ro
tin- said electors    ut
iiiiuei. i iiiiiiiiieis, UtiKer .siu-i-i,
llllllli,   II.   I  ..   UII   llll-    I..Ill   llll)   ul
.111.      If US,    ill   I.  u l'l,it'll u....ll
..i,cK lor.il time) im tiii> purposu
nl   electing  Pl'lsnlls   In   ti-pii-si-nt   UU'lll
iii in.. .Municipal Council as Mayoi
.uu. vliii-itiirii uud im iiu- purposu oi
clecling persons in ropresonl litem mi
uu. iin.ii.i ,.i Trustees Im Uu- i i.ui-
i.i,...i, Clly School Dislriel.
Tin- in.uii* of    nomination nl cuudi
dales shall lu- us I.Minus
I'll,.   1.II.ill.I.lllf    M ll.l 11    ||,.    Illllllill.lli'll
iii writing; Hu- writing shall he sub
scribed liy um voters „l tin- Muni
c.palll)  us    proposoi    uml sceondor,
 I Bbull   In- delivered    In tin,    Ho-
luruiiiK (iilu-i-i ni un iim,. between
(1.,.- iiui.. ul iIn- nolice iiuil . p. ui.
(.'I p. iu. Ineal Iim,.) uf llm day ul
Humiliation, mul in Uu, event uf a
pull Iiiiiii« necessary, such    pull will
I Iiened mi   llu- llllli day nl Jain.
niy, inns, between iln- hours uf (I
n clock in llm forenoon (in u'clnck
local time) mul r o'clock iu the nl*
lernoiiii (8 o'clock local lime) at tlui
Council chambers, nakor Streot
i i-iiiiliinnk, ll. c, ,,f which every
person is hereby required lu tiik'u
nl»l govern    himsell     accord-
lication liercnl a ihiplieate Certificate
ol Title nf part (5 arrcs) ol l.ot 30,
Group One. in the District ol Kootenny, in the name of Valentine Hyde
linker, which certificate is dated the
..Hi of March, lOOli, and minihereil
fit lli A.
"II. F. MacLeod,"
District Registrar,
I.auil Registry ()IHrc, Nelsnn, ll.c.
Nnvi-iubi-r 28th,  1007. 37-11
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tlial 3u
.lays alter date I Intend lo apply to
Hie Hun. the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works fur n special lieelise in cut anil carry away timber
iiniii iiu- lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at n posl markci
Henri P. Landcok's norlb-oast corner, at tin- north-east cornet ..1 Tim-
Limit
NOTICE
Nnt ire is hereby given that thirty
days alter date I in.,-ml In apply to
Hu- Honorable Chiel Commissioner ul
...mils anil Works, ami tn llu- Assistant Commissioner ol Lands A- Works
lur a lieelise tn prospect Inl eoal
ami petroleum un the lollowlng described lands, siluuti, nn the Nnrth
Fink ..I Michel Creek, nl South Mast
Kootenay District, II. C.:
Nu I. Commencing at a post
planted nt the south-west cornor ol
1-1. II. LoFrunz's claim, whose coal
license is Nn. 2311,   sume being 7lhc
Initial pnst 111 llclliice Helilen's
claim nml marked "Hernice Helilen's
suulh east corner," theuce 80 chains
insl, thence 80 chains nortli, thenco
8H chains east, thence 80 chains
suuth to place ol beginning, and culi-
tnining about (i-10 acres.
Hernice Hidden, Locator,
It. ... Helden, Agent.
Nn 2. Cummcncing at a post
planted ut the south-west corner ol
Lot 7033, same being the initial pnsl
nf Ralston Hul terlleld's claim and
marked "Ralston Buttcrflotd's northeast corner," thence 80 cliains
snulli, thence 80 chains west, thence
su eliains north, thence 80 chain
east lo place ol beginning, and containing about 0-10 acres. The object ol
this   location is   to cover the strip
lying between the Mclnnis property
nnd the Crown Coul & Coke Company's property.
Ralston iliilterlii.il,  Locator,
It. G. Helden, Agent.
illgly
Tlie qualification liv Inw    required
lo be Possessed In- the runiliilntcs fni
Die olllco „[ Mayor nre us follows:
llie persons   qualified („ he iimn-
n.it,-.1 for mul fleet ,_ MllVc)- ahaU
be such persons as nt-,. „„,|„'  „ri,is,
subjects   of tl,,.   nm :,u,. „f twenty-
I..-  , ,  i""'1     i1"'""' disqualified
undei nny law, ami hm,. been for tin,
of tinniT, -,tSi',,,','''iV '"•'•'v,ii"K the dny Nn. 3. Commencing at a post
in i.i,' "-(-'"torcd owner phinlod at the south-west corner ol
- -cul n L,('K'slr,v ,)ffl,',,• ut 1"'"1 ■•"• "m- sl"»-> •""'•It the initial post
asses, ,i' h' ' '". Ile,( "J" "' thojol Allen Hemphill's claim and mark-
,-ff    ,.,,.      ii"    ""' li,st Munieipal'eil  "Allen Hemphill's south-east cor-
ili.ll.is    -,,.".'      ™   '""'   thousand. '," thence 80 chains nortli,    thence
.    ."",'"'• "J'er ami above any 80   chains    west, thenco 80    chains
™ J dgnienl or charge,     and soulh, thence 80 chains east, to place
Miinieiii-il    ■;'! f'S'.'.''"'.v, 'Ihi"a   »« °!   l"~Ktnnln(.  and    containing about.
Municipal   lolcis."      moo,    c.     32,! UIO acres.       The obicct of this loca-
'Hon is lo cover the strip lying    be-
■ regisle
who
The qualification liv law lo he nos-
esse,   hv the candidates for     ,,"'_ .
n<S *' •■' <"■■>" are ns follows:
llie    persons    qualin.>d    to    i.„
oml„nt„ , ,'electedlas Alde^
man of tl,.- i uy shall bo such   pcr-
II    f,,N   '"''' T,'" l,,i,i"1' subjects of
e mil disqualified    under any law,
•""' '" lmve I  fm- ihe six months
"ex. pree.-rlini; ll„, day of nonl   iui
he registered owner in tho Land
Registry „mee, of land or real prop-
e>.» In llie city „( th,. assessed
■nine, on the lasl Municipal assessment roll, of* five hundred dollarsor
more, oyer and above anv registered
jiigineiil or charge anil who are
nilierivise qualified as Municipal
voters." Illdll, r. 32 s. 11.
The  l|ilalillealinn   In-   Inw   'required
"   lie     possessed  liy   ||„.    candidates
on   the nlhie ,,f   School Trustee nre
as lollows:
"Iii every Municipal
Irlcl, any prrson being
ii Ihe -School Dislriel,
Hritish sulijii-i ,,f the
t wenl y-.uie years
UUaliticil In-  this  .li-t   I
cleetl il School Tin
School Dislriel ,.f
brook, shall lie eligih
or In serve us a Si-h
siii-li Municipal  Distrl
11. s. :(2, I nn.l   r   -i-
Nn   hois.."
leaeher   wilhln ih,.
and im   Clergyman ,.
tinll shall be eligible
School Trustee
inn.
Given in.-lei     nn
lirnok. II. ('., llns ii,
an,  11)08,
Tims.   M
41 21 |j
School Dis-
n liiiiisehiililer
ami being    a
full .iuc of
ii.l olherwisc
1 vote at an
fn tin
ie City
tn   ll
.( Cran-
cleotetl
.11'..-,-      nf
I-  Dislriel
donomlna-
.e nlliee nf
'I-,.     S.
II..I...I
•lur. in,
NOTICE
Nolicc is hereby given Hint lliirlv
ilays nflei dale I. Mabel V. Landeck,
wife ... II. !•'. Landeck, occupation,
Railway Agenl, ol Gateway, 11. C,
Intend In apply I., the lion, lhe Chiel
Commissioner ol Lands nnil Works
loi mie spi-ei.il license lo cul and
curry awiiy tlmbci Irom the lollowlng described land:
Commencing at n p.-st planted
nhoul 7 miles west ul the Kootenny
Rivei ..I.fi* lhe lii.i-in.l.mtiiil Boundary, marked Mabel v. Landcok's
smith west corner, thence east 80
chains, Ihenco north sn elinlns,
.hence west 8.1 chains, thence south
su   chains,    lo   pnint ...  cotnmonco-
tween the Mclnnis property and the
Crown Coal ft Cuke Company's
property.
Allen  Hemphill,  Locator,
R. G. Relden, Agent.
Located Nov.  I3t.h, 1907.       37-01
CRANRROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY
Take notico that John (lieu, ol
Fori Sleele. II. C, Miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase tlio
lollowing described land:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 780, thence enst (10
ehains. south 27 chains, to Lot .110
west 00 chains, nortli 27 chains to
point ol commencement.
John Glen.
Dated November lOlli, 1907.     37-01
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore, of Cranhrook, 11. C, occupation, Law Student, intends to apply
for n special limber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing nt a pnst planted nt
lhe south-west cmner ot Timber 1.1=
,-i-iise No. KlliOO; thence west til
chains, more or less, to the east
boundary of Lot -1.191, thence north
Hi chains, more or less, to the south
liminilury of Timber License No.
9312, thence east 10 chains, more or
less, lo the west line of Timber License 10600, tlience south to lhe place
of heginning.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Daled Nov.   10,  1907. 37-6t
CRANBROOK
LAND  DISTRICT
.AST KOO-
nelil.
D.ili
.1 December I lib.  1007.
Mabel V. Lnndeck, Lncntot
II   I-'   Umlcik, Agenl ll-ii
v  F
L'I'lll.
nppl)
II. Is
ll llilll)
Landeck,
u. Ostein    the
inner nt
I.il Incuse
her   Iroui
NOTICE
Nnliee is hereby glv,
.l.ns ullii dale I. Hem
iiii-up.iii  Hallway A
way, II. c . Inlend I
Hull   lhc    Chiel     Cl
I Is mul Works lor a si
t.. mt mul carry awaj  t
the lollowing described la
Nn i Commencing al a post
plauted a. iiu- sooih-west comer ol
T L, Mil, Ihenee nnrlh sn rhains,
Ihence west 80 chains. Ihence snu.li
su ehains, .lieiice cast so ehains to
point nl commencement.
Dated December loth. 11107.
Nn. 2. Commencing at a post
planled 80 eliains wesi ol the northwest corner al T, I.. 1.211, thence
nnrlh lei. chains, Ibence west -10
ehains, thence south 100 chnins,
thence east to chains to point ol
cninmenceinent.
Dated December 17tli. 1907.
Nn. 3. Commencing nt a post
planted 10 chains west of tlie southwest curlier ul T. L. 139111, (hence
north 160 chains, thence west 10
chains, thence south Hill ' chnins,
Ihence cast 40 chains lo point nl
commencement.
Dated December 18th,  1007.
Henry F. Lnndeck,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.   40-6t
DISTRICT OF SOl'Tll
TENAY
Take notice that Ernest Pollard,
ul Winnipeg, Man., nccupation,
Clerk, intends to apply fnr permission In purchase the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil nn
lhe snulli boundary n. John Crahan's
land (Nn. 799.1) on the west, bank ol
Elk River, about sixteen 111 les north
1.1 Michel; Ihence 28 chains snulli
ninre nr less, to north boundnry ol
Lut R4S2, Ihence east to Elk river.
Ihi-ni'e nnrth following Itiver to the
smith boundary nf Crahan's land,
thence west In point of commencement, containing 70 acres, more    ot
•ss.
Ernest Pollard, Locator,
-lames R. Edmondson, Agent.
Diltotl  Nov.  5th,  1907. 37-9C
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  EAST  KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take nolice thnt William Edwin
Stevenson, ol Cranhrook, 11. 0., occupation, Millman, intends lo apply
lur permission ty purchase the foilow-
ili|* described land:
Commencing ut a post planted adjacent and attached lo and in a
southerly direction trom the southeast corner pust ni Lot 7317; Ihence
south lit! chains, tlience west 40
chains, tlience mirth fill cliains, thenco
eust 40 chains to pnint of commencement, and. containing 2 in acres, inure
f less.
William Edwin Stevenson.
Dated October 10th, 1907.        83-9t
hm
elm
Timbei
chains,
Tiniliei
chains
Timber
cliains,
east,  1211 ehains
nieneement
Henry
I-:, w.
.1.1
19117
0211, thence   north 70
tn the    north-west corner ol
Limit  1.213,   Ilu-nie wesi 1.1.
to the south-nest corner nl
Limit 0185,    lhei.ee south IU
.. the    south-east corner ol
Limit 11215, thence west (id
thenco soulh SO chains, thence
pnint   ..I      com-
F. Landeck,
Butts, Agont.
II. C,    November
SOth,
37-IK
NOTICE
.Nolice is hereby given thai 3u
days alter dale, I, Mabel V. Landeck
wife of 11 F. Landeck, inl. n.l lo
make application to the lion, the
Cliii-i Commissioner nl I..nuts ami
Works lor one special license to ml
ami carry away timber Irom lhc Inl
lowing described Innd:
Commencing at a post about ^
miles west ul the Kootenny River
along the International Boundary,
marked Mabel Y. Landeck's southwest corner, thence eust SO chains,
Ihence north 80 chains, Ihenee wesi
80 chains, thenco suuth su chaius
tu puiul nl commencement.
Mabel V.  Landeck, I.,
II. I. Lnndeck, Agent.
Dnled at Gateway, 11. C, Ni
1907.
cile
80-01
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Nn/.aire Roehon,
nf Oraiihronk, H. C, occupation, a
Lumberman, intends to apply tor a
pecial tiniber license over tlie fol-
Inwing ilcscrilicd lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile norlh ni the Interna-
tlonnl lliuiiitiarv line, and H miles
-ust ul O. P.'P.. Lot 4501, thence
vest 811 chnins, thence south 80
chains, Ihence east 80 cliains, thence
north 80 chains to Ihu |ilace nf commencement, and containing GUI neres,
niore or less.
Naza-ro Roehon.
Haled October 281b, 1907. 36-0t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
HISTRH'T OF KOOTENAY
Take nolice Hint Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Movie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends- tn apply
fur a special timber license over lhc
following descriheil lands:
Coiiimencing     at a   pnst    planted
lhc   iioiihcas-i    corner ,.[ Timber
cense 113.10, ihence west nu chains,
1 I.. Clapp's Timber License,
ihence north ltlli chains, iliencc east
(ill chains, thence smith Kiii ehains lo
place nl hei-inning.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Daled October 23r...  inn;.       85-Ot
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST  KOOTKNAY.
SOUTHERE DIMSR.N
npr:
t   Koole-
Llniilcd,    ol
upation, Luni-
ilcnil  In npply
a special tlmbci- liceuso oicr the
following described lands:
Lot number uivs. Group One. Noon-nay district.
Tnkc nolicc   that Tin-  I
nay Lumber
Cranbrook, H.    0
ber  Manufacturers
I,
I'he  Last    Kootcm
pany, Limited.
Dated November
Lumber  Colli-
CRANBROOK   LAM) DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nnliee   that      Arthur    Charles
11. O.,
.nils
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF SOUTH EAST KOO
TENAY
Take notice .bat Louise Robertson,
..I Winnipeg, Man., occupation, Spin-
sler, Intends In npplv fur permission
in purchase the lollowlng described
I Is:
Commencing at a post planted at
lhe south-west corner ui Lot 4144;
ihenee nnrth 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, Uience south 80 chains,
Ihence east 80 chains to point ol
commencement, containing 610 acres,
mure or less.
Louise Robertson,
James R. Edmondson,  ..cent.
Dated Nov. 5th, 1907. 37-9t#
Yeager, nf Moyie
Timber Cruiser,
for a special tiiuhci-
(ollowlng (lescribed lands:
Commencing at a pi
Hill chains nnrlh ul Hi
cornel nl Timber License
liorlh 80 chains, tllOll
eliains. thence snulli su oh
ii-ciipalion,
In apply
.- over lhe
planled
north east
ilili, tlience
west 80
thence
eust SII chai,
cut.
Arthur Charles
Ha.eil October 112nd, 100.
tu puint uf commence'
Yeager.
3.1-Ot
CHANBHOOK LAND btOTMGtf--
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
CH VN4.ltf.tlK -HAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTFNAY
lol
.2111
Take nnliee  lhat    Arthur   Ch.ul
Yeager, ni Moyie, H. c. occupation, IY-eager,
Tiniber    Cruiser,   intends   to apply (Timber
fur a special tiniber    license over llie
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted
..2(1 chains uorth of tlie north-east
ininer ol Timber License 97B0, I hence Co
north 80 chains, tbenee west 80 nu
chains, tlience soulh SO cliains, (hence *'
east 8(1 chains lo poinl of commence- [tb
ment.
Arthur Oharlos Yeagi
Haled October 22ml, mu".      :i
ce   (ha
.11,,vie
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice  Ihut    Arthur   Charles I
Yeager, ot  Moyie, II. c. occupation,
Tinihi'i     Ciuiscr.    Intends    in apply -
Inr u special Umber   license over lhc
following described lands.
Commencing    at a   pust    planted
;.". chains west ami  120 ch - north 1
..1 ihe north-west   cornei ..1   '1 nu . 1 .
License BOSS, thence north 80 drain
theuce east &u chains, thence    .....iiii
su chains, tl.i-r.ee west Sfi chains    1.
place ui commencement.
Arthur Ohailcs Yeager.
Dated Ootober 22nd, iuu:.       35-0
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Arthur   Charles
H. C, occupation,
intonds   10 apply
a special limber   license over ihe
.wing described lands:
immcncing     at a   post    planted
chains    north    of  lhe  nmlti e.isl
er ul Timber License 'iTiin, theuce
h   so   cliains,   Ihence   w.
ins,      (hence    suuth    SU
i.-iiie    east      ,so   chains tn
commencement.
Arthur Charles Y
Daled October 22nd, 1007.
■st     SO
chains,
eager.
35-01
cranbrook lanu district
District of kootenay
Take notice Uiat Arthur Charles
Yeager, ..I Moyie, II. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends in apply
im .1 special limber liceuso , ier lhc
following described lands:
Commencing nt a pust planled
7". chains west ul the north-west
comer uf Timber License siicj.i, ihence
n.itii -io chains, theuce cast IWJ
chains, litcnoe south 40 cliains, thenco
wesi lou chaius in puna uf commencement.
Arthur Cbnilcs Yeager.
Daled October .2nd, 1907.      35-Ot
CKANIUtOOK   LANU   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Tnkc notice  that    Arthur   Charles
I Yeager, uf Moylo, 11. c, occupation,
.    ,, ,,   ,,  Timber     Cruiser,    intends    tu apply
Yeager, ul Aloyic, li. C, occupation,'j( ... ..... 'li.'
Take notice   lhat    Arthur   Charles
Timber Cruiser, intends lu apply
fur it special timber license uvcr the
lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
100 chains north ol the north-oasl
corner ol Timber License Nu. UT Iiii.
tlience nurtli 80 chains, theuce west
80 cliains, ihence suulh su chains,
thenco cast, so chains to point oi
lommcncemcnt.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Uc.oher 22nd,  191.7.        35-Ut
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
special timher license
following described lands:
_ Commencing at a post pLuitcil
..', chains west anil -10 chnins north
oi tlie norlh-wcsi cornet oi Timber
License 9033, thence north 40 chains,
Ibence cast Hill chains, Uienco suulh
ill chains, Ihence west Hill chains lu
place uf commencement.
Arthur Cbnilcs yeager.
Haled Ootober 22nd, 1007.       35-0t
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
IHSTHICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nolice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ul Moyie, 11. C, occupation,
Timber Ciuiscr, intends In apply
(nr a special timber license uvcr tlie
fuliowing described lands:
Commencing     at a
120   chnins  north 0.
Take notice Unit Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, It. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, Intends lu apply
fnr a special timber license over the
fuliowing described lands:
Commencing    at a   post    planted
7.1 chains west uud 80 cliains   north
post    planted ol the   north-west   enrner oi Timber
tin; nortll-WOSl  License 91133, IllcnCii nnllll 111 chains.
curner ol Timber License 0700, thenco ibence ensl. 11(0 chaius, Ihence suulh
norlh 80 chaius, Ihenco west SO 19 chains, tlience west lt.U chains lo
chains, thence soulh 80 chains, theuce Place oi commencement.
asl 80 chains   to point olcommenco-
ment.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd, 1907.       35-01
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dnli-tlr October -22nd, 1907.       3.9-lil
CRANBROOK   LAND  IHSTHICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice thai • A-rtliur Charles
Yeager, ut Moyie, .B,. C, occupation,
Tiniiicr Cruiser;" ,Mitends to apply
fnr a special limber license uvcr the
to.lowlng ilcsciilicd lands:
I   Commencing, '-nt a   post    planteil
1 Ur-      '
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore,
ul Cranbrook, B. C7, occupation,
Law Student, intends to apply for a
special tiniber license over the lul-
(oluwing described lauds:
Cuuitiiciicilig     at   a   post   planled ■-.-   ,-; ------
it    the   north-west   comer of    Lui corner ul   1 imber License No. »7b0;
lirouii 1.   Kootenay    District, I thenco uorlMOtfcJlains, .thence    west
*\..        ■ 11.' ,1.   'v..    iiii..1.._-      tlifirir.fr    'lihiiII,     Uii       ..Iiiiiii*
611 chains    north ot   the    north-cast
•Jl-l>,
Uienco west"SU chains, thence   south
SU    chains,     thence    cast 8U chains,
tlience north SU cliains to place    of
commencement.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Datetl October 22nd,  1UU7.       3f)-Ut
CKANBItOOK   LAND   DISTRICT
IHSTHICT UK KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore,
of Craabruuk, li. C, occupation,
Law Stuilent, intends to apply for a
special limber license over thu f-jl-
tolowlng described lands:
Commencing at a posl planted
al the south-west comer uf Lot B12IJ,
Uroup 1, Kootcaay Oisiiicl, thence
south &0 chains, thence wist ffl)
chains, thence north SU chains, thence
cast su th.iins tu place of commencement.
Lewis VI. I'lilinoic.
Dated Ootober 22nd, 1907,        35-Ct
su chains, tlience' 'south So   chain:
ilicuce cast SU   chains    to point,     of
commencement-.;' •'    '.-*'; '•. -'■
Arthur Charles Yeager,
Duted'October 23rd,   1UU7.   ,    3J-fJt
CKANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF    UAST KOOTKNAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice lhat Charles A. Tay-
loi, of Cranbrook, occupation, Teamster, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
laml:
Cummencing at a post planted at
ibe nortliwest corner of Lot 2(111,
ibence north 20 chains, tbenee west
2U chains, ihence soulh 2U chains,
ibence east 20 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 4U
acres, more or less.
Charles A. Taylor.
Daled  October  24,   1007.       35-01*
CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Edith Kirby, of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation, Spinster, Intends to nnply for permission
to purchase lhe following described
lands:
Commencing nt a post planted one
mile south of Lot 2316, at the s<mC
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, U. O., occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
I ('ommencing at a post plauted
Hit! chains north of the north-east
corner of Timber License 1135t>,
I theuce west lit! chains, thence north
lint! chains, thence cast tit) cliains,
thentc soutb 100 chains lo place ol
commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd,  1007.        35-Ot
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTKNAY
Take uolice that Kast Kootenay
Lumber Company, Limited, oi Cranhrook, B. C, occupation, Lumber
Manufacturers, intends to apply for
permission to purchase lhe fuliowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted
about 30 chaius south of the N. VI
corner of Lot 580B, Group cue, Kootenay district, thence wesi SO chains,
thence south 20 chains, thenco east
20 chains, theuce north 20 chains lo
place ol commencement, ami containing 4U acres, more oi less,
Kast     Kootenay     Lumbei Company
Limited,
per Archibald Kenneth Leltch, A^eut.
Dated at JaBray, U. C, November lltb, 1907. 31-0t
CKANDUOOK  LAND DISTRICT
WSTRICT'tSl-^OOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timbei ' Cruiser, intends lo apply
tur a special timber   license uvcr me
>jliuwin£*desl:i'ibed lands:
Commencing     at a   post     planted
l tbe uortli-wcst comer of Timber
License KU33, thence west 75 chains,
tlience soutb S5 chaius, thence     east
5 chains, thence north Sj chains lo
unit of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
luted October 22ud,  1007.       iii-fit
CKANBROOK   LAND  DISTK1CT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timbei license over tbe
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east corner of Timber
License 0768, thence north SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
SO chains, thence cast SO chains to
point of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Nov. 2nd, 1907. 35-6t
CKANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTKNAY
Take notice lhat Lewis W. Patmore,
uf Cranlirook, B. C, uccupatiun,
Law Student, intends lu apply lur a
special timbei license uvcr the fol-
tulowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east corner ul Lot
0120, Uroup 1, Kootciuy Distiici,
tlience west SO chains, thence suuln
so    chains,    thence    cast so chains,
hence north SO   chains to place    ot
ummeuccment.
Lewis VI. Puttnnre.
Dated October 30th,  H»07.       35-Ut
 ; ■.—*~~! ■'■."•-"-I'-l-Tf T l'» IT
any person who i. The" nofe In id of •
family, or any male over IS years ol
age, to tbe extent of one-quarter
section of Diu acres, more ur less.
1-Jnliy must to made peisuually at
ilie local land olllco (or tbe district
in which Ito land is situate.
The Uu iiKS tea der is u-q-jircd to per-
luini the conditions connected therewith under uue uf the following
plans:
U) At least six months' residence
upou and cultivation of the land in
each year fur Uuee years.
(2j if lhe father (or mother, if
the father is deceased), uf the home-
ileader resides upuu a farm in tht
vicinity of ihe land entered for, the
requirements as iu residence may bt
satisfied hy such person residing with
ilie father or mother.
.■i) li the settler has his permanent residence upou farming land
owned hy him iu Lbe vicinity ot hit
Homestead, the requirements as lo
residence may be salislied by resilience upon the said land.
fcsu monllis notice in writing
sliould bt given to ihe Commissiouei
of Duuuiiiuii Lands al OlUwa ol la-
lentlon tu apply io: patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at
iiu per acre lui soft coal and S_Ui
iui anthracite. Nut mure than 320
acres cau he acquired by oue individual ur company. Royalty at the
rate uf ten cents per ton of 2,001)
pounds shall be cullected on the
rown output.
W. W. CORY,
leuiitv nf lb* Minlst-M of ibe Interim
CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK KOOTENA\
Take notico that Koss-Saskatuun
,umber Company, Limited, of
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumber-
i, intends tu apply fur a special
timber license over the following
.Tilled lauds:
lull
lllel
iliK   al      a     pust
planted
it th
su
ith-wesl  curlier ul
:...t N...
;i7.',,
1 In-nee smith Mi chains
thence
•ast
SU
cliains,    tlience  nurlh     SO
-liains
,
hence   west    so c
laius to
iluce
ul
beginning,   and ci
ntaming
llll ai
les,
mure ur less.
Uus.
Na
skaluuii   Lumber C
impany,
l.i
mil
1.
Hal
ll   (N
occmbor 13th. 1907
'Inn
..1      Iiui.lif..tn.II    ll
above
ii..Uf
111
ineal     paper extelnlcil     to
Deceit
her
nth, mo?.
.1. P. Armstr
'ng,
Assis
anl
i onnnlssioner    u
Lands
al
1 V
irks lur lhe Southi
ru Divi-
si
ii u
Last Kootenay.
39-Ut
rUAXIIKUUI.   LAND  DISTRICT
BISTItlCT (IK KOOTENAY
Take nnliee thai Ross Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, ol
Walilu. 11. i:., nccupation, Luraber-
t. Intends tn apply f,.r a special
timber license over the lullowing
[escribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ibotlt 15 cliains west and 120 chains
sunt li uf the smith-west corner ot
Lut No. 017-1, nr,   at  (he south-east
rner nf License Lot No. 8055,
theii.-e s..tilh SII chains, Ibence west
Su chains, tlience.nnrth 80 chains,
Ihenco cast     SII chains lo place     ol
i tnencement,    and containing   610
acres, mure ur less.
Ross - Saskatoon   Lumher Company.
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
.Time fnr publication uf above
in.lice in local paper cltcaded to
December 19th,  1907.
J. P. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    ot   Lands
and Wurks for the Southern Division uf East Kuotenay. 3Wt
I'llANIIliOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV
Take nnticc that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, ol
Waldo, II. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends tu apply fur a special
timber license ..ver ' the fuliowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
nlioilt 30 chains suuth ol the northwest corner ol License Lot No. 8601,
ihenee west about 110 chains to the
east boundary of C. P. R. Lot 4591,
thenco south 50 chains, thence east
lid chains, thence north 50 chains
to place uf beginning, and containing
mn acres, mure or less.
Rnss - Saskatoon Lumber Company.
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time for publication of above
nolico in local paper extended to
December 19th, 1907.
.1. P. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    nl   Lands
and Works tor the Southern Division nf Last Kootenay.        39-6t
040 acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon   Lumber Company,
.Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time    l..r    publication   ul   above
nnticc in   lucal     paper extended     to
December lath, 1907.
•'■ P. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    uf   Lands
ami Hulls lur the Southern Divi-
slonol East Kootenay.        39-st
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT UP KOOTENAV
Take nolicc lhat Ituss-Saskatoun
Lumher Company, Limited, ol
Waldo, U. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to applv fur a special
timber license over ' the tollmviug
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
lib chuius west ui the south-west corner uf License Lut Nu. 8603, thenct
suuth 10 chains, thence west tu the
cast boundary ul the C. P. R. L« .
.isl, abuut lull chains, theuce uurtb
10 chains, Ihence east 160 chains
tu place uf commencement, and containing 61u acres, more ur less.
Russ - Saskatoon Lumber Company,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time     fur     publication   ul    shove
notice iu  local    paper extended   to
December 19th, 190;.
... P. Armstrong,
Assistant Commissioner ol Land-,
and Works lur the Southern Division ul East Kootenay.        39-et
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT    OK  KOOTENAV
Take nnticc that lioss-Saskatoo*
Lumher Company. Limited, of
Waldo, II. c, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to applv lor a special
timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing al     a    post   planteil
about  100 chains west and 10 chains
south of lhc    south-west corner     ol
No. 6171, or .0 chains    west of
Un- north-west cmner ul License Nn.
8603, thence south so chains, thence
st 80    cliains,     thenco north     8b
chains, tlience east su chains tu    tbe
lace nf commencement, and containing 6 Hi acres, mure ur less,
llns- - Saskatoon   Lumber Company,
Limited.
Hated November 13th, 1907.
Time     lur     publication   ul    above
notice in   l.ical     paper extended     tn
December 19th, 1907.
.1. P. Armstrong,
Assistant   Cummissioncr    of   Lands
and Wurks lur the Suuthern Division ul East Kuotenay. 39-Ot
.'RANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP     SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that George Geary, ol
Fort Steele, B. C, occupation, Livery Stable Owner, intends to apply
fur a special timber license over the
fuliowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-east corner ol J. Sullivan's pre-emption, thence south 80
hains, thence east 20 chains, thence
suuth SO chains, thence east 40
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 20 chains, thence north 77
cliains, thence west 17 chains, thence
nnrth 3 chains, thence west 23
chain, io j l.ice n.' commeteeniei.
George Geary.
Dated December 6th, 1907.        38-6t
CKANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV
Take notice that East K.otmu)'
Lumber Company, Limited, ol Cranhrook, B.    C, occupation,    Lumber
nulacturers, intend to applv tor
permission to purchase the following
scribed land:
Commencing at a post planted
about 30 chains south of tbe N. W.
orner of Lot 5808, Group One, Koo-
enav District; thei.ee welt 20
cbains.    thence    south     20   chaiBs,
ence east 20 chains; thence north
20 chains to place of commencement.
nd containing 40 acres, more or
less.
ast Kootenay Lumber Company.
Limited.
Dated December 13th,  1907.     39-»t
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP    SOUTHERN DIVI
SION,  EAST KOOTENAY
NOTICE
  _   -Istray on premises, at Wardner, II.
west "coriier"nl"!,ot"2*243"thence' west 'C., two sorrel    horses, branded    on
20 chains, thenco nortli    80   chains, law,    white star on forehead.      Tlic
thence east 20 chains, thence    south same have broken Into and done con-
80 chains to point ol commencement, siderahle  damage to garden.   Owner
containing 100 acres, more or less. may    have    the    same liy    paying
.lames R. Edmondson, Agent, damages   and expenses.     Apply     to
Edith Klrbr, S. ,1. Harrison, P. O. Box 5, Waril-
Dattd Not. lib, 1807.            37-8t" nsr, B. O.                                 88-81-
LAND NOTICE
Nolicc Is hereby given that I, Harry
Hamilton McVittie, oi Cranhrook,
B. C, occupation, General Agenl;
agent lor Victor Aibert Rollins, oi
Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Hotel
Keeper, intend to apply fm permission to purchase six hundred anil
forty acres ol land bounded as follows:
Commencing at a post planted ou
Iho west boundary of Lot :i'in, G. 1,
East Kootenay, eighty cliains south
ol the northwest corner ol said Lot;
hence north eighty chains, thence
west eighty    chains,    theme    south
ighty   chains,    thenco    casl eighty
chains to place ol commencement. .   •
Victor Albert Rollins, .  .
Harry Hamilton McVittie, Agent.
Haled October 21,  1007. 31-0t
Take notice    that
Lumlier      Company,
Waldo, H.
men, intends tn
timher license
lescribed lands:
I'.oss-Saskatoun
Limited,     ol
ill eh.
•Il.iili-
ins wi
ll    chai
Ihenee
(hence, ca
nccupation, Lumber-
apply for a special
over    the lollowing
t a post planted
f iln- m..itb-west cor-
siiii2. thence
ire west 80
su chains,
chains tn place ol
.mil containing   640
N.,
.rtb
commencement
ucres, mnre nr less.
II..s- - SaBkatoou   Lumber Conipanv,
Limited.
Dated November 18lh, 1907.
'liim-    l..r    publication   nf   above
notice ill   lucal     paper extended     to
December Pth, 1907.
.1. P. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    nl   Lands
and Works l..r lhe Suuthern Division uf East Knutenay. 39-(it
Take notice that I, Lyman J. Taylor, of Cranbrook, B. C, uccupatiun,
Teamster, intend to apply lor permission to purchase the f.llo.viu*
described land:
Cummencing at a pnst planted at
he   north-east    curner nt Lot 712;,     Take notico   that
Iliencc south 40 chains, thence east Lumber Company, Limited, ol nurth-east corner
20 cliains, tlience north 40 chains, Waldo, II. C, occupation, Lumber- ,6211. tbenee east 40 chains, thence
Ihenco west 20 chains to point iil'iiu-n. intends tn npply fur a special north 80 chains, thence west 10
commencement, and containing so timber license uvcr the lollowing chains, thence south 40 chains,
acres, mnre or less. jib-scribed lands: |thence  cast 40 chains,   thence south
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAV
Knss-Saskatoun
CRANHROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH-EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Mayook Lumbtr
Corapany, Limited, ol Mayook, B.
B., occupation, Lumber Manufacturers, intend to apply fur permission
tn purchase the following described
land:
Cummencing at a post planted at
the south-east corner ol Lot No.
331. Oroup 1, Kootenay District,
thence south 10 chains, thence west
10 chains, thence norlh 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains to the point ol
commencement,     snd containing   160
-res. mnre or less.
Mayook Lumber Companv, Limited.
Dated December 7th, 1907.       3(t-9t
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days alter date 1, Henry F. Landeck, uccupatiun, Railway Agent, ui
Gateway, B. Ci intend to apply to
the Hon. the Chiel Commissioner uf
Lands and Works for a special license .., cut and carry away timber
Irom the lollouing described landa:
No. 1. Commencing at a pont
planted at the north-west corner ol
Timber Limit 6211, thence north 8b
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 80
■ liains, thence south 120 chains,
tlience east 40 chains to point nt
commencement.
No. 2.       Commencing  at a    post
planted about 40 chains north ol the
ol Timber Limit
Dateil Nov. 20
I.vman
100.1.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Taylor.    I   Commencing nt    a    post   planteOO   chains   to    point   nl comment*-
38-91 |n| th,. n. If. enrner nf Lot No. 8282, .ment.
Group 1,    thence    west about    40 —-—
cliains tn the nnrlh-west corner    ol     No. .'..      C
l.ot  No.  82S2,  thence   north     about  planted at th.
20 chains    ... lhc   north line ol Ll- Timber Limit 6207, ihence east    80
cense    Lot No. 8007,    thenco   west chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
ah..ut 15 chains to the cast line    ot west    so   chains,   thence   south   80
Lot     No.    6.73,     thence north IU). chains, to point iil commencement.
■iiimencing  at a    poll
i,..rili-west corner   ol
Anv   .avai
within the   Railway Belt
Columbia, may he   bomesteaded
• -t-ha'ns, tin-in-.- east 10 chains, thence '       Henry F- Landeck,   Locator,
about.        Eathen W. Butts, Agent,
ehains     Dated at    Gateway, B. C , Dccem-
by  to place ol beginning, and containing ber 7th, 1817. SMt
,   ~A , ^   .......-.is,    ii....'.-   i-unv   tu   en.uno,
.llaule-,Dominion - Lauds  snulli. 60. cliains,   thoncc east
Railway Belt In   llri.fth   15 chnins, thence south   40 ttlfc (Ml AN BROOK   UKIIAI.n
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TALK about the buying
qualities of a Dollar,
It will go farther at FINK'S
than at any store in the
country. The way they
size a dollar up there yoii
would think they were
looking through a magnifying glass. ■ ■-■>,m
S.J.MIGHTON
(The Man who
sells everything
in the way of
Tobacco and
Pipes) wishes all
A Happy New Year
S. J. MIGHTON
TOBACCONIST
LOCAL NOTES
..St..
PICKED IIP ABOUT THE CITY BY
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANV PEOPLE.
Mrs.  Super. ..[  Kimberley, is        in
town loday.
.1. M.    Agnew, ol    Waldo,   is    in
'Cranbrook today.
| M. I). Couch, nl Pineher Creek, is
visiting Cranhrook today.
i .1. K. H. Pinkham ninl Alts. 1'ink-
liiiin returiu'd from Calgary ibis evening.
I Dr. .Miles relumed from his (rip lu
the Maritime Provinces lliis evening.
| M. Smiitiiy, oi Wliulertnore, was
hi'oughl in the hospital for medical
ireallneiil  lasl   week.
j .losepb Marchesin, nf Winnipeg,
is opening a cigar, tobacco and fruit
store in the Cranhrook hotel block.
1   Win.    A.    Rollins relumed     from
Lucaii,    Ontario, where be has I u
arranging llu- affairs ,.f his lale father   .ni Insl night's Flyer.
i Advertiser, with small capital, desires responsible position in real cs-
tate iillicc, with view tn partnership
Inter mi, lour years experience assisting miinngetiieiif large mercantile
linn abroad; lainilinr life, fire, acci-
ilenl insurance; slight experience timber cruising; preference billet com-,
billing ollice ami field work: references
exchanged. Applv 11. C. G., care
Cranlirook Herald. ll-_t*
\ SPLENDID DANCE
■   The     Truiitiiieus'    bal. on Tuesday
f nighl was nu unqualilicil success. The
'new nper.i    house   always luoks
J best when a dance is iu progress and
I Tuesday    night the buys spared
j pains lu have il looking as prcttv
'possible. On llie stage, ill Iroui
llie drop scene, was a must realistic
icpn-seiilntioii ,.[ a locomotive, head
lighi and all, lbe Work of the artistic hanil of Dune. McLean. The
music was particularly goud unit
was furnished by llu- Mcllcniy orchestra, ii liicli is a great acquisition
In Craiihri.uk.     Al t ten u'clnck llie
grand march bognn, .hero having been
imi- nr two extra dances previously,
ami frnm lb mil four o'clock     lit
llie    morning ihe merry dance    kept
on.       Al t   twelve o'clock     suppcl
was served   under Hie ilirecllnu    ol
fly, anil il goes will t saving Ihal
il was lhe best, served ill .be best
possible maimer and enjoyed by every
nne present.     Smut, seventy couples
occupied Iln- 11  aud as dance   Inl
lowed dance the enthusiasm grow
mnn-    ami   i -,-.     Tbe Trainmen's
linn.-: if lltvnyii i feallir. .:[ lb,, sea
son in I'lanhii.nk and lllis icai's
I dance was u» exception In llie    rule
.Given gum) iiianagenii-nl, Mel lenrv's
meheslia ami llh- looking atler the
refreshments, a .lance is bound tn he
a success.     Tho Traitiineii ami  Iheir
coiniuiili f management are i..   i,.-
enngrnDilated upon the splendid sue
Cess  nl  Iheir  ball.
TELEGRAPHERS   HALL   ,\     Sir
CESS
The Order nf Railway Telegraphers
held     their nniiunl   hull last Friday
] night iu the new opera liimse and, it
j is needless tn say, it was a success.
'I'lu- decorations consisted nf colored
electric lights nt various points nn
tho walls anil lhe idlers II. R. T. in
|colorod electric lights on the front
pt llu- balcony. Tho knigbls ol the
key    arc always   good entertainers,
| hut al the bull on Fridav night they
surpassed themselves. They im-
ported Nolan's orchestra Irom Spokane, and as ovorybody in the
northwest kn.ms, Nolan's is oue ol
lhe best orchestra's in Spokane.
At about 10 ,,'eloek ibe strains ,,!
the lirst wall/ brought everyone who
could dance even a little hit, to
hn feet anil (rum then until about
three on Saturday morning danc.
followed dance, until, reluctantly,
he last couple left lhc hall us tho
last bars of "God Snvo the King"
^rcWuyed.    To p.r„p„.a_c „   „,„
"Son,,, danced Ihere. Unit never danced belore.
Anil those Hint hail, did dnnco there
all the more."
The supper, it wns   a supper, Ulv
was there in all |MS B|orv „,„■ n|,. |'„
in his glory when he is surrounded
with mountains nf (tirkpy, foothills
ol bam, Iniiguc and heel and prairies
"f lettuco nnd celerv. The iwo
liiliiilred persons present, were fed
upon (he stage, nne hundred at a
time, and although 11, is saying a
good deal, a better supper was
never served at a dance In Cranbrnnk. A number of visitors wero
Ihere frnm the surrounding towns,
iimiing whom were C. S. Fvfe, ticket
agent al Fernie: T. B. Smith, agent
at, Coleman, Alta.; A. E. Thompson,
ngenl. nt, Nnnlon, Alta.; p. c. Arm-
si rung, of the ri. I>. ii. service at
Ferine; .1. IV. Spence and wile, ol
Kingsgate, nnd Mr. Peckenpaugh,
agent, for tbu Spokaiie-Intcrnntional
railway at, Eas.porl. The Order of
Railway Telegraphers nre to he congratulated on having given one ol tho
greatest snrinl successes that this
city has oyer scon. Everybody enjoyed themselves as every
dnnco throughout the long programme
was encored ut least, once nnd somo
of Ibem four and five times. The
Telegraphers hnil will be looked forward to each vear hy the people 0I
Cranbrnnk und the dislriel with
pleasant anticipations.       •
FUNERAL   OF   FLOYD ORMSBEE
The funeral of Floyd Ormsbee, who
was killed at Brocket Siding, Alta
on tlie 22nd nf December, took place
nu Friday; under the auspices of the
Fraternal Order of Eagles nml' the
Order of Owls. The body wns sent
casl lo Detroit, Mich., where his
inothor resides, nu Prlduv's oust-
hniind I rain. The funeral service was
Hint of the Eagles. The pallbearers
were Lester Clapp. II, Whirland. C.
.Inmeson, D. H. Dickinson, W. Long
and 0. F. Thomas, and tlie Eugles
deputed- Mr. Fairhank fn accompany
the remains east, and to carry the
resolutions ol sympathy, passed hv
both lodges, to his mother. Everything that could he done to show respect In the remains ol a deceased
brother whose nearest relotion was
3.000 miles awav, wns done bv Iho
Eagles nnd lhe Owls.
A SUCCESSFUL HOTEL MAN
The lleralil is in receipt ol a coin
nf lhc Christmas menu from llu
Queen's hnlel. nl Cnlgary. ami a ven
hanilsnnie prmluelion it.is. There ii
no question but that those who partook nf their Christmns dinner at
lhe Queens had a must excellent, nun.
II. L. Stephens, lhe proprietor nl lhc
Queens, is well known iu this district, lie iniiii. Into Elkn during the
construction nl Hie (Ileal Northern
railway, where lie ran lhe Mml-
linrnugli hotel. Subsequently ho
opened an hotel at Morrissey Junction, wliieli is slill conducted by liis
brother, Joseph Stephens, nml' also
an hnlel at Morrissey Mines. Sonic
Iwn years ngo Mr. Stephens moved to
Calgary, where he is nnw proprietor
of llu- Queens, lie went there with
practically no money but he hud.excellent credit on nccoiint nf his very
enviable reputation as a business
luau, ninl now. besides being proprlo-
Inr uf what is uue nf lhe best hotels
in Western Canada be has u goodly
balance al his hankers. Last year
it became necessary for Mr. Stephens
In mid sunie 30 bedrooms In the
Queens, nvving In the increased patronage extended In lhe house bv
lhe travelling public. Mr. Stephens'
friends in East Kootenay, nnd they
embrace nil. those whn were fortunate enough In meet him during his
residence here, will be glad tn hear
nf ihe success lie has made iu Cal-
garv.
NEW EDISON    THEATRE
The now Edison thontre will he
open In tlie public mi Mondav evening, . I miliary 8th. This now enterprise is lnealed in llu- old Wentworth
hall, hut one wnuld nol recognize the
..Id place al all. sii lavish lias been
(he application nf paint und other
ilocorntivo material. Mr. Cosgrovo,
Iln* manager, lias hud years ol experience in the moving picture und
illustrated snug form nt entertainment and has arranged the little
house sn Hint il is nut nnly c.uu
Fot'tahle but quite pretty. " It is
interesting to note that lhc Cos-
grove Concert company, nf which Mr.
Cosgrovo was (lieu the manager,
gave (he first shuw ever given in
Ct-niihrook. He brought his company in by way nl Golden,    by singe
nil gave liis concort iu what is now
.he Cu-oporalivc Stnles. This was
early in lsns belore lhe railway bad
leached Cranbrook. Mr. Cosgrovo
assures the Herald lhat he will have
a thoroughly up-to-daio shnw, clean
and absolutely free from vulgarity
mul he will cater specially to ladies
ami children. The price of admission
will he 15 cents for adults and In
cents fur children.
 -f	
TRAINS DELAYED
Seven freight cars on the Spokane
fust freight piled up Iii lhc ditch Ibis
morning a mile and n ball west ol
Pcriiie. The cause nf I lie accident is
not yet known, Iml it is supposed to
have been caused by n broken wheel. I
The wrecking crow were nn tho
ground as soon as possible but tho
Hue was mil cleared until 4 p. ni.
In consequence nf the wreck lhc west
hound regular and the .Spokane Fiver
iiid not arrive here unlil 7 o'clock.'
:: "STEWART'S"
Tin- Lending Kri.lt Store
choice r .m.i: butter
See ourpWindow
PIPES
Ail Kinds, Sorts and Prices
Can please tbe mosl
Fastidious
Mcdonald & laing
Mui-onii. Hloi-k
NURSERY STOCK
Send for our descriptive catalogue
of nurscrv stock. Address Tlie Riverside Nurseries, Grand Forks, B.
C 41-tl
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" Keep Cool."
Vie it e |ii""|.iiii'il to fiimb-li
No. I
Crow's Nest Lakel
Ice
for parllottlura, aildiuHH
GOOD BROS.
Crows Nest, il. C.
* 1 ll,. Bricks
nib. Boxes
♦ L's II..     ••
.,-. 111.
:c. II..
-TCV, nils PINK rum nl.ATI's «
HUGH STEWART   1
J | I'liono 7!> Armstrong Ave, J
FOR SALE
;; One Team Pure Bred (iray |;
I'l-iilicrui. Marcs
Wulglll 1:100 an.l MM. Well
I,,..ken. gonllof work together or
single,    i|.,.l,
•I    11.   i;ilM(l\|)SI.N.
Proctor, B, C,
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Old Curiosity
Shop
nisi I'M tl. vuIian. Proprietor
I leal,-1- ill
All Classes of Secondhand Hoods
Hi Yl.k of  PURS
1 milium, of   All   Kinds, If.Ill
Sen an.l Seeoiiil.liunil
Sage's Uld Stand, Han
son Avenue
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Timothy Hay \
Th. IWnf Ti tli.v Hay
I...- Sal,. f.„. I.. Leduc, Al-
lii-rin.    Prices riglil.
Address 1
Z.   k O B li K 0 I!
Hc11111110.it, Alta.
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♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
j J. EDGAR DAVIS ii
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work ;:
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CLINK'S   POPULAK j
barbershop!
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is modernly equipped
to do just the best work in all
branches ol the tonsorial art.
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Bent
Pt. Steele Brewing Co.
Cranbrook
Livery  A
GEARY &DOY Lli
Proprietors
.,•1,111;. au,. driver, nirulnliei! fin  miv
polul in Hit- tlMi-lct,
4   I.OVI H. Maum.-..   •
NOTICE
Nolicc is hereby given Unit thirty
days alter dale 1, Henry F. I.ai.
neck, occupation, Railway Agent, nt
Hall-way, It. ('., Intend to apply to
Ihe Iluii. the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands und Works lor a special li
cense I,, iui. and curry nwny timber
Iroui the following described lands:
Commencing at. a post planted nt
Hie south-west corner ol a post
marked Timher Limit 0214, thence
north su chains, thence west till
hains, (hence soulh HO chains, thenco
east lid chnins, to point ol commence
ment.
Ilelirv  F.  Landcclt,   Locator,
Rnthen IV. Butts, Agent.
B. C, Decem-
88-et
• I   Dnled nt    Gateway,
♦♦♦.bor 6th, 1807

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