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VOLUME  14
OllANMROOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   TUURSuAY, JANUARY 25, 191S
NO. 4
L TAX
SWEEPING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CHANGES IN
TAXATION SYSTEM
i
u Mi.' Dominion
..'S   f tl 1III .     IDU.t
I'lllltl)    \NNI VL PATHS ASSOCIATION MEETING MELD AT
VICTORIA.
evident   in Hit-     life
by   which the Y.Mr
lit' influenced and guh
ohoing*
I.v  111
America,
Among those present    at Hi
iiiK were:
John li.   Mott. of New Vmi.
io in! 'Ilir v]mwjs
|Jj~IH  coirtompla-tcil   bj
ard   C. Morse,   general
erctarj ol
It.
,lu
-The
Victoria, B.C., Jan. 32,-Ucci
mending sweeping eltntigos lu tlio system of provincial taxation the ro*
povl nf tin' royal commission ou taxation which sat hist nutumli was
brought down iu the legislature today. It proposes tu abolish the
poll tax; to abolish tin* personal property tax; lo abolish the tax on improvements; to increase the exemption on incomes to $1,51)0 with $200
additional (or each child under eighteen years, and au additional $1,500
where the Income is derived wholly
from agriculture; it proposes the readjustment of income tax with a
supertax   on   incomes above $;W,000;
the jvadjustiiietit ut succession duties
wilh an Increase in (hi* ruse tl largo
estates; a reduction in the coke tax
fnuii fifteen tu ten cents per bun-; a
thorough reassessment ul (tu* prov
luce wiih porlodloal reassessments
and an increase tn thu start of assessors, it recommends the assessment uf wild laud at its actual value
and anticipates a posslblo reduction
iu  the rate  uf taxation   all    round
- IM
Victoria,
tliinl annual convention
Wnclal Pairs1 association passed oil
very satisfactory, closing Wednesday.
Then* weir upwards uf fifty delegates
iu attendance and a number ul mat-
leis ul Importance lo Cranbrook district exhibition wero disposed ul.
posed of.
K. .1. Donne, th
gate, Interviewed
minister uf (Inane-
special
after new   and  complete   assessment brook
roils arc prepared.
There will he no legislation    based
on   the    report   during   the  present
session uf Mu* legislature.
tlie Internal.
B. Shtpp, s
tlonol comm
railwaymen's
IS. R. Wood,
Hvrie, (1.     A.
(Mill committee; Kred.
■ciclury .if Hie lulerna-
tlce; .1. M. Dudley,
seiTi'taiy for Canada,
tl II. Wood, Hun;,
Warburlon,   President
Falconer    and    others   uf   Toroii
I Messrs. Wm. anil Gerald Birks,       of
Montreal, and other officers from om
Cranbrook dele-, * ,,r t!"' ,l"1"'"'1"1 to U>« «•L|lt'■■•
LEGISLATORS JIT^ CAPITAL OT!
SHOUT   SESSION  WITH   LITTLE
INTEREST - SPRING ELECTION EXPECTED.
(lly Special Correspondent).
Victoria, B.C., Jan. 13.—This session of the legislature is proceeding
very tamely, there being little tr no
■interest in the proceedings, aud it is
not expected to last long.
It is generally understood that
Premier McBride will appeal tr the
province early in the spring.
One of the important hills Introduced during the week was hy lion.
VV. R, Boss, minister of lands. This
bill is a very comprehensive one
dealing with forests and crown timber lands. It provides for the preservation of standing timber and regulation of commerce in timber and
forest products, the main feature of
whieh is tin- establishment of the
forest branch of the land department. There will he a chief forester
and such other minor officials as
may he required. This branch of
tin* land departmeni will have jurisdiction over all mailers relating lo
or in any way connected with fore-it
affairs.
Another important feature uf the
hill is the change in the condition ol
issuance of timber teases, lien-
after, tliey will he disposed solely to
highest bidders, The province Is
divided into live forest districts, and
a provincial forest hoard created with
a representative from each ol the
forest districts.
As soon as the new railway policy
Question is brought down it is ex
peeled that the session will close.
Liberals on the coast are beginning
to besWr themselves in anticipation
■>f a spring elect ion and are getting
ready fot the coming convention. It
is expected tlml M, \. Macdonald
will plaj a prominent pari in the
coming convention, veiy likely sue
coed Ing to the   provincial leadership
That great damage Is being done
to this country by the policy of certain Canadian railroads, heavily subsidized by the Canadian people iu
purchasing many of their supplies
such as lumber in the 1'nited
.States, was the opinion expressed in
a resolution which was passed hy tin*
convention. It was stated that the
association felt that tlie railroads
owed it to the people of Canada to
support home industry by buying
their supplies whenever obtainable In
the Dominion.
A resolution was parsed In appreciation of the efforts of the boards of
trade of the interior, especially the
Nelson board of trade and the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern
British Columbia, for their efforts in
In-half of Ihe lumber industry in tin*
past and the executive of the as
social ion has decided to Work iu
close unison with the boards of the
province, believing that
can he done in 1 lil*
public sentiment iii the necessities of
the lumber industry.
Another resolution urged that the
railways endeavor io give relief to
the farmers of the prairie in their
presenl need for more cars to remove
Piiee Ellison,
In regard to the
appropriation for the Cran-
exhlhltlon. He was assured
i thai liis application would receive
favorable consideration as sunn as he
submitted supplementary report with
detailed financial statement showing
nssels autl liabilities autl proposed
millet takings during tin- coming year.
The dates tor the various Interior
fairs wen* fixed as follows: Cranhrook, September 18-10; Nelson,
September 23-21-25; Windermere,
September -11-21), Golden, September
30.
MASONS GREET
jUESTS TONIGHT
ELABORATE        PREPARATIONS
FOR ANNUAL EVENT OP       I
.MASONIC ORDER, I
  I
IMHFOI DIM
BRITISH     COLUMBIA   TO    HELP
DRY FARMING CONGRESS AT
LETHBRIDGE.
Lotbbrldgc, -Ian, 20.—Willi the assurance that the llritish Columbia
government is ready lu support the
Dry Farming Congress lo tho extent
of a substantial giant, anil assured
that the govcrnmeni of that province
will have a provincial exhibit ul the
Congress next, October, J. W. Mc
Nicol, chairman ol the exposition
cr turn ill iv of ihe Lethbridge board
of control, arrived home from Victoria yesterday afternoon, after
spending a week iu iln* coast province on matters connected with tbe
congress. Mr. McN'Ichol is highly
satisfied with lhe result uf llu- trip,
auti looks fur si long support from
tho west.
VV, C. Ives accompnnied Mr. Mc*
Nicol on the trip which was for     the
Oreai preparations have been mode
by the Cranhrook Free Masons Inr
their annual halt which occurs at
lhe Auditorium tonight iu order that
this event    will he one of the besi in
the history of the Masonic order In'purpose of inducing the B.C. govern-
this city. Three hundred invitations menl to pledge its support to the
have been Issued and it is expected movement in the form of a grant.
fi'cat di'ul tliat the Masons ami their guests I They were joined in Vancouver hy
way td educate will nil the hall. Paining will Senator Bostock, uf Pucks, n. ('.,
commence at 9.80 and supper will be'who gave tlu-m everj aid in making
served al 11.30. special efforl has] their mission a success. They wait-
been made on the supper, ami
sumptuous repast  prepared.
Ouernnl's   orchestra has been
gaged ami  decorations ami all     ap*
tin* immense amount    of grain which _ pofntments arranged    without regard
is awaiting shipment.
The oflicers elected were:
President—Otto   Lacbmund, Arrow
hem). |
Vice-President— F. W.   Adolph,  Bay-
, lu expense.
I     The    foil
wine
arc
the   lady pat-
I
Secretary-Treasurer   and Manager-
IV. A. Anstie. |
Executive*--B.    W.    Sawyer, Phase,
E.   s. Howe. JatTray;   A. E. Watts, j
Wattsburg; W. Mark DeCew, Paul**
11 nc&ses:
Mrs. F. B. Miles.
Mrs. E. Paterson.
Mrs. w   il. Wilson.
Mis. J. II. King.
Mrs, H.   \. McKowan.
M». B. McFarlane.
NEW FEATURE OF
ODD FELLOWSHIP
(im- ui tin' . .oi [i-aliiiis ol ml.I
!'VI!iHvs!ii|» m liritisli Columbia i*
wliiu is jii.iiiilnrlv ktnuvii as The Fun-
Mrs.
Mi~
Mrs
Mr*
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Mrs.
Mrs.
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ll. Benedict.
DcVoro Hunt.
Krickaon.
I'. slnuiM.itiil
Beale
fforden.
Burton.
Kink.
Campbell.
Icaate Lcltch,
Ida  M   Ili.sinli.i1
LUMBERMEN WANT
JIFF REVISED
ASK FOB        GOVERNMENT
PHONES   anii URGE BUYING OF CANADIAN
GOODS,
At ihe annual convention uf the
Mountain Lumbermen's association
held in Nelson last Friday, n was
unanimously the verdlol that ihe
dumping uf American low grade lumber Into the prairie market bad in
jured the lumber Interests greotlj
during ihe past year and a strong
((■solution declaring in favor ol
further protection on lumber, mining
and fruit growing industries was
passed ami the government urged    tu
fOSter       the     development    ot    these
branches of Industry hy means of a
revision of the tariff
ll was decided that a resolution on
the question of forest tile protection
whotild Ih* prepared and presented to
ihe provincial government ami the
association asked that the telephone
system of Ihe province should he
government owned, declaring that
privately owned lines but! demonstrated the absolute inadequacy ol
such a service nnd the inability of
the companies to extend telephone
lines iu accordance villi tlio* require
ments if tho province.
With reference to the reported abolition of lhe (lumping clause iu the
Canadian customs tnrtff of 11)07 the
association went on record to the
rPect that in its opinion the provisions of the dumping clause should
be extended for the protection of
thr Industries of the Dominion and
that ihe provisions should he madi
applicable to all articles Imported
from foreign countries and Invoiced
at pried) less than Ihe cost ot production.
I \nl    'This was authorized
its meeting InKomloopa in 1810.
formal   organisation,   however,
nut effected till much lntei    tn
same year.
The
UK.L TO BE RE-
LARGE   MEETING   OF LEADERS
HELD IN   TORONTO
RECENTLY.
objccl ol this latest CXprcs*
i of fraternal Odd Fellowship is
place such Immediate financial as*
Mslauce in Ihe hands of ihc families
i deceased Odd Fellows iis will mecl
the crisis caused by the removal tt
the head of the family and the consequent    disarrangement  <>r his bust*
affairs, pending tin* legal adjust-1 ganizatiun national in
meal of his estate.
Tho British Columbia Funeral   a iti
organised on hues similar in most
Bpcots to what is known as       the
Manitoba association which has been
Aistciiee   for    nearly thirty years
ami which has a membership of over
three   thousand live   hundred ami has
relieved over  two hundred  families.
Notwithstanding   the growth    andl-Mms ol
the success of the Manitoba asxocia-1carried
tion, the British Columbia association lias made a larger gain in tin*
first year of its existence than was
mado in Manitoba during tin- first six
years of that organization
As its alms and objects become
Int ter known to the membership nt
large the directors have every reason
for feeling confident that they will see
the membership reach tlie one thousand mark during the year 1912.
The association has representatives
in Hie various lodges of the province.
II. White is the local director of
the Cranbtiok lodge.
Tbe whole course ol V.M.C.A. life
in Canada will be gravely affected by
a meeting held in Toronto recently at
the Queens hotel.
The object ol the meeting was to
re-arrange tho entire Canadian system of V.M-C.A.'s. making the or-
haractor rather than International, but without
sacrificing any of the fraternal .spirit
or bencfHa which come from a close
0foliation will) the United States ami
World-wide bodies.
ft is planned to make a Canadian
point the V.M.C.A.'a headquarters,
wilh an executive and organization
composed of Canadians, and all opei
The
time,
eil on Hon. Price Ellison, llnance minister ami minister of agriculture, and
also on Premier McBride, both or
whom Informed the delegation that
they were of the opinion tbnt H. C,
would derive material benefit from
the Congress in the form of agricultural education ami also from the
standpoint of Immigration,
house was in s issii n at the
but they promised that a substantial
appropriation would be placed iu the
estimates to cover the cost of the
gram ami Hie provincial exhibit.
While there the party also called
upou several of the members of the
legislature, al) of whom wen* impressed with the magnificent oppor-
siinity Canada has now to establish
herself as the granary of North America, ami promised to throw in their
support. Some ■>[ the members
from the fruit-growing districts
promised thai they wi uld personally
supervise the preparing of a frull exhihit from the districts they ro-
Tbe amount of ihe    giant
presto  the congress  will bc m
slu rity, when the estimate
-ar are tabled.
de ki
fur
'ItKMIKK WILL PAY ATTENTION
TO NEED OF BETTER HIGHWAYS  IN  CANADA.
"Curly"   Smith, ol Cranhrook, and
Dick Marsh, of   Hlalrmore, boxed tit
teen rounds to n    draw at the Blair-_
niore   opera   house    house    Monday ed:
nlghl.    "Curly" returned to    Cran-|   "Onr
New   Westminster, B.C., Jan. ..-
Private  Information    received by vV.
■I. Kerr, president  of    the Canadian
Highway association, from some    ol
the members of parliament close    to
Premier    It.   L. Borden, foreshadow
Important legislation wltii regard  lo
roods in   tin-    Dominion   of Canada.
While it is    nol advisable at      Hns
time to make known Mi   Borden i In-
lenUons, it is    sab-    t.. predh t thai
self-governing institution'tin* administration will recognize the
WltWn the Canadian bor-J rapidly    growing    Intercsl    in good
ders.        The new relation is      being! roads, and     will make a bid f"i pub-
airaiin-d without prejudice     to     the  lie approval by devoting lime, atteii-
Cnited stairs connection under which tion ami money to this    worth) on-
the association has   come to its prc-lject.
sent high state in the Dominion. In bis speech from tbe throne at
Nevertheless the New York control the opening ol parliament, in So
of its affairs will he discontinued,'vember, His Itoyal Highness tin
and local autonomy observed in in- Duke of Connaughl touched Upon tin
tore, question    ol good roads,   Intimating
At the meeting were present the that it would be une oi the Mb*
world leaders ami Dominion leaders Jecls which would receive hll
of tbe movement and by them it special attention. Mis Royal High
was agreed that a national com- ness, having travelled extensively,
mitlee should be created, nol only has long since recognl/cd the nn
national iu lhe sense of governing port ant factor that roads arc in the
central body, but related closely material advance uf a COUntrj. and
with tin* workings of the association while his position in a measure d*
iu all pails of the country. As Mr. hats him from taking au aottv
(J. A, Warbiirton, general secretary part in any scheme aimed at the
of the Y.M.c.A. in Toronto, observ- betterment of roads, ycl hli sympathy is known lo be wholly with
■bjcel Is to put ourselves    in this object.
tily. The citizen demands, and
must have, good roads, Tlw day i^
now past     when a   rock strewn nail
was i onsldered g I enough for    the
tlistriet*; the funnel is as much en*
titled tu a first-class mad as is th ■
city resident. The fanner alwaj■■
lias boon, hut In- has imt always
Impressed that fad stronglj enough
mt the politician ami lho statesman
Now the time has arrived when tin*
rn for good roads is gem ral. li Is n
mat ter fur congratulation un the
pan of the farmer, for thus,* in
high places recognise thai if lie Is
imi given th.* transportation faclli-1
lies lu whicli be is entitled, they will!
receive their answer through the
medium of    the ballot box,
READY IDE FARMS
FOR CROi NEST
C, P. I WILL SPEND MONEY PREPARING FOR SETTLERS
IN COLOMBIA VALLEY
Thai liritisli Columbia Is In
■.iili-iiiiiilc Linus    similar l<
Imli haw
I    A II.ITl,,
liiul it here, anil tliis your -a Lumber
PATTON SENTENCED
FORJHflEE YEARS
POSSESSION      OF       REVOLVER
TAKEN BY HOLDUPS PROM
OUEOCI    CONVICTS
ACCUSED.
Si Palton wns sentenced lu three
years al New West minster by Judge
Wilson Tuesday on a charge of having
siuleii goods iu his possession. Holh
lie and Earle wen* acquitted on the
charge of robbery of Oscar Gregg
for lack of su indent evidence.
Clifford Earle is being held on a
new charge of rubbery, made by Walter II. Brown, and has asked lor
trial by judge am! jury ami will he
tried in Hie May assizes, romninlng
in custody meanwhile. Patton was
convicted on being proven in posses
sion of Clregg's revolver,
hav
those(,if ready-made homes and
proved highly successful would be prepared In the <
was tlio    announcement valley, along tin* line    ot tho K
farms
iumbla
ote-
maiie today in an interview with the naj Central railway, smith ol Oolden
Vicloria Colonist by Mi. ■'. S, Den- and near Wardner, on the Crows Nest
nis of the C.P.H. company's irriga- line Oa these farms all suitable.
nun and land Interests, who has buildings will bo erected, tbe laud
been In Victoria for a few days in-j.ie-.mil and fence,! and a certain
tervlewing lho government in renird j amount ol cultivation carried out.
tu routine matters affecting his do- Families would then be brought out
partment. Owning about three mil- from Great Britain on ib«- same eon-
li. ii acres of laml m British Colum- ditions as governed those settled on
bla, tho ( -P.P. i- deeplj Interested Alberta companj (arms,
in the settlement and colonl     o Mi   Dennis has just returned from a
tho province.      Therefore Mi   Dew -   two-t trip ol tbe agencies    cl
said pari ol   the appropriation       ol the companj in    Great Britain    and
four ami a half million dollars passed
al Montreal a   few days ago toi   e_
pemlitiiie   this    yi-ai by his depart*
nii'iit would be laid out In British Co
imbin. This si stem of colonisation
has produced such results In Alberta
that the  companj had decided to ex-j tins year
Northern Europe, and says (bat Dw
intercsl manifested in this province is
verj ■ srked, and that the Indications
are that thei,* will be a large Influx
of Im»*Ii   settlers   and capitalists hero
TWO CASES y LICE COURT
E.VUI.E IDENTIFIED AS BOBBEtt
AND     DRUNKEN     INDIAN
DRAWS SEVEN" MONTHS.
Cli (lord Earle was brought before
Magistrate Ryan Tuesday morning un
a charge of holdup preferred by Walt-
II. Brown. Prosecuting witness
testified that on the evening ol
December 23rd, while In the employ
>f the Cranbrook Steam Laundry as
driver of iheir delivery wagon, he
was   held-up    hy a man    with       a
nlver near- the restricted district;
He testified that he said to llu- holdup: "I have made no collections ami
have no money and you are only
wasting time." The hold-up replied: "Drive on, it's money I am
looking for." He identified Earle
positively as the man who Ik Id
him up, as he could sec him from the
light i.f the lantern he carried on
his rig and the robber wore no
mask. Accused was remanded for
trial.
Tobias, ihe Indian whoso dranken
disturbance ai the Queen's hotel last
Saturday morning was the cause nf a
hasty eafl for the police ami which
resulted in breaking Constable McLean's arm, appeared before Magistrate Ryan Monday morning and
pleaded guilty io being drunk but
said he tlid not remember anyt-btng
about, the disturbance. Alter the
evidence was in the magistrate
sentenced "Toby" to seven months In
Nelson at hard labor, one month fur
being tit link ami six mont lis for
creating a disturbance in a public
place. The Indian inquired "How
much is the line'.'" When Judge
Ityan explained there Would he no
line the stoic demeanor of the Indian
underwent a sudden change. He has
sine** been interceded lor by the chief
and his friends at tbe Mission, but
all   io no avail.
There have been a number of these
eases leceiitly and those in charge of
the Mission have reported Ihat
drinking among the young Indians
has in enme so prevalent that Ihey
wen* becoming unmanageable so the
authorities are going to give them
the limit until the practice is broken
Off. The magistrate iu sentencing
Tobias said: "Ii has come to my
knowledge thai tbe buys at the Mission are procuring whiskey in Cranhrook and creating trouble for those
responsible for them. I know ol
one party who was reported to have
;i .de a tegular trade of supplying
whiskey to Indians, and two other
parties whom I strongly BUspect ami
if -In.si* parties are ever convicted
before me on those charges 1 will
give them the extreme limit the law
allows and make SUCh examples of
ihem thai the offense will not he
repeated for many years. The Indians  who come beforo mo on    ihis
charge   wilt also tie given Hie     limit
until drinking among them Is stamped ollt."
the
ami
•J-
FIRST AID JMHTim
Following arc the results of
competition for the Bury cup
shield for First Aid work
Calgary Locomotive Shops Si
First'.
'Cranhrook.
'Calgarj  Freight Sheds
McLeod-fo
Calgary Locomotive No   2—Fifth.
Calgary Locomotive v *- .
'Tied fur second pun ■
Great   credit   i-    due to *
that represented   Cranbrook m     th(*
St. John's an,i, ila
First Aid for tbe Burj < ip .»: I
shield, tin ugh t!i*-y did not bring
home tlie pti/e*., !•'.;: '.<.-. !•■: -- ■*:. *
place. Calgary, as s».vn by the
above list, was represented b*. (oui
competing teams that had ii* efl
coached through their work by two
able ambulance men that had been
qualified to render first aid in any'
rigid Lest or examination required ol
them. Here circumstances were different, fur the Cranbrook bo;.- got
their knowledge tbi     i very
interesting ami     instructive lectures
by   Drs. King and    Green,    coupled
with their    own tedious a*.<. ;• rsi
ent endeavour   to reach thei: pro
efficiency.    Supt. Price,  mpertobend
ent uf     western lines    of the i'1'H
remarked that   it   was no doubt     a
surprise in Calgarj    teams a-    well
as examiners    that   such
point  as Cranbrook would turn   out
a   team    worth    competing I
considering    their    advantages   *'■ I
Cranbrook's   disadvantage*),      Cranbrook should reel pleased and a1 es
knowing that   there are men in t«wn
who arc  capable of   rendering
aid in  ease  ol   accidents, etc., until
the arrival ol a  rtoi Un       'l he team
that   made such a creditabh
lur Cranhrook arc   •'    Bennett 'captain)    it.   Glbbs   (vice-captainj    •'
Lower, <*. Plant and D. Leitb.
NELSON WANTS A BRIDGE
Nelson,   Jan.   W.—Armed witli    a
petition signed by    Miree    thousand
citizens of Kelson    and    the district
wbfeb will be directly affected by the
ting of a bridge at Nelson, J. J.
Matooc, John   Toye,    Albert Bunker
and R. W.    Hittton left this morning
press the  claims of the city    as
•.'/-■  location lor tlie proposed bridge
ovei   Um  Kootenay river More  tbe
ent at Victoria.     They will
then   tbe resolution passed   ai  tbe mass   meeting or. Wednesday.
Mayoi AwaUe will [.present tho
city, J. A, Irving, the Conservative
- iati n, A. s. Ih-1-will tbe
board of trade, and W. B. l-Jtrris the
Liberal association when tlie peiition
js pre***"*j**ii to the government.
brook Tuesday and thinks he could line with ah the currents of life In With the Immense strides wbieh
have won iu twenty rounds. Ho] Canada und particularly the Camv Canada bus made uf lata yean* and
knocked Marsh  down in Hm* fifteenth.Idlan   churches     which   me organi/ed tbe marked   prosperity which she on*
The match was full ol go Irom     lhe'along national lines.       There is like-  Joys at Ibis tl  loads can no long-
lirst to last. | wise au    Increasing  national    spirit rr  be  Heated    as a negligible quan*
CAIID  OF  THANlllK.
The undersigned kindly thank the
ladles oi Cranbrook, and more especially Division V. uf the Oranbrook
pubiit school, foi >h< ii kindness In
the hour or sadoeM,
W. C. Unmet I ami Family.
LADIES INTEREST
HOCKEYSPECTATORS
GOOD PLAYING BY BOTH TEAMS
-CAME   WON BY MO"i IK.
In a     fast and   dashing     game   ol
hockey replete with many speetaculai
feature-*,   llie      Moyie ladlCS     it f.-a'    I
ihe Cranbrook ladies at tl*** Arena
rink last night. A large crowd wa*.
present to witness tbe unusual contest between ladies. Both teams pul
up a strong and thrilling exhibition J
Rooters foi both sides cheered tbeii
respective favorites and enjoyed the
game. Tin* fast and clevet playing
of Miss l.ilhe Conrad, ut Moyie, did
not greatly overshadow, tbe work of
Miss Oladj's Gas-ill foi Cranbrook,
but Moyie secured the coveted bonoi
by a score of ■■ to 1. Fur gameoess
and fast, clever work boib teams are
deserving uf great credit.
Following was ihe line-up:
Cranbrook. Moyle
Rover.
Gladys Gasklll     Irene  S'inccnl
Center.
THE CMNBMOK CLUB
A business meeting Ol lhe officers of
:!if Cranbrook flub was held Tuesday
Sfterooon      Th** club will soon     be
ring tbe   n*>w quarters on    the
second (loot  of    Um Hanson    Mock.
Tbe home of the   dub [i    in one <■!
toe Quest Mocks of    th** city and the
pacfoui rooms  will fornisfa comfort*
able and ample quarters.     The fluest
■    _r.d     ! .rt.ishin.ts will      b«
installed awl     ever;thing     arranged
up-to-daf*, coxy and comfortable. Th"
'l'ib roil   is now   open for new- inem-
bei        Applications can be made   to
II.    W     Suppli      pn   : :■: '    ..;   D.  D.
Mi Law . rwcretarj*.
Tbe organisation of the eluta was
. fleeted bj a large number, "f the?
business men <'f Cranbrook, wb.> n-
cogoixod Mm- need nl n quiet boms
rttet pines ui inversion f..r men dnr-
fbg I ..J recreation and a strong
-■  trip alrnad) so t-nd piotmses
the future fitiSTieisl     SU-CCM '!       UM
;■- inking .:,.■   mnarrtod men
will be espwiaiiv hrteitatud In tins
mean oi sJtonHng hctUbj eoncsntal
social i-nj-ij ment.
CURLING
Tin- anmml boosptd of th** British
Columbia Curllnrj asnodntton opcaed
afundny at Nelson Two onks fiurn
Cranbrook are praseat. Tbej *ro
u tfamcron, skip, I*. Pntaore, A.
C. Bowness, A Ward and (ieo. Ilog-
garlb, skip. J. Wlssbrod, U McWba,
K. Tupham.
in Monday's draw fur all eoBen
Pit-Reform tropbj. Cameron won
Irom Banyan 16 to I, Holme won
from Hoggarth. 11 to I.
Fm Uw Baton trophy, Cameroa
wi n from Richardson i. to v
Tuesday's games—
For Corby trophy, MeWba defeated
Soinerville. ij to I Patnion loot to
fttehardv'ti 11 tu IS
For    Katun   cup.
Bunyan 15 !■* 7.
For Kwart trophy
tented Cameron,   1-
defeat.-il  SuliieMlll
Rom
Qwkill
..■It
Win?
l.illii- f'Anrml
Miss
Hui Inn .
... *.
i-v Hlm kliiu ti
II
1-jll
Mini
.less.
• K.-iiiimI
' ..
II. M.i. K.l./ii-
Delia
Illinium
nl
n
11. M.-I..-..I
.Iran
IlllilCrl
s   .itwood
Chas       Kdwiinls and Mt.   MoVRtli
were in Wasa un business Wednenda]
rotqrnlng todaf.
Hoggarth inat
Blackwood de-
to R, Hoguarth
, 11
The   Crows    Nest    Pass   Lumber
companj <f Waionei win tnubi a t»-n-
mile standard gauge l0ggln| t.o.way
neai Wanlner early rn-nt spring.
NOTICK
Anyone knowlnu Hm* whereabout* of
Ait hut .fames Smyth, son ol the
late Allan Sntrth, ot Lucrpool, Kior,-
laml. last heard   of lu Movie.     Kast
Kootenay,   nc,    looking foi votk-
kindlv eutiimniiicafe with Ins mot her,
Urn, Annie Smith Waierulle. PlOf"
nice Quefaee, Canada. THE   CRANBROOK    HiCItAD
Utt.VNKU.MHv UKUA.I.D
By tbc Herald   Publishing Company,
V. J.  Deane, Managing Kditor.
CRANBROOK, B. C, .lauuary 25 1912
EDIiOltiAL NOTES
In the recommendations made hy
Mayor A. C. Bowness last week, was
one suggesting tlie. time had arrived
for lhe laying of cement sidewalks.
This, undoubtedly, is a Hmclj and
progressive move li would be in
keeping with the building of ihe
many solid, Imposing brick blocks re-
eentiyctimplei.il. Cement walks ate
chcapos! ami mosl economical in
lime ami tiny save repairs, war ami
tear on shoe leather, ami add tu tlio
stability . f llie city ami appearance
uf lhe streets. \ number of these'
walks have been voluntarily built nntl
a move to conned up the missing
links on ibe main Btrcets at Hns
time would be a boos! lor dan |
brook, suggestive of the city's per
maneiice and progress!vencss.
Vol. No. 1 of lhe Builders' Weekly
Bulletin anil Trade Rovlew was issued at Calgary on January 19lh.
Bdw. Emory i> managi
vote the public
the luiibliiifi tr
Im
ud will tie
exclusively     t>
tlie lirst t
years that Hie pro
ing Interest on Un
swap and Mann-go.
eeiviil frum the
cent uf the gross
thousand dollars u
out. The account
ever, tlf.7,771 mur-
province than H b
loops .Standard.
in the twenlj
ladies   for tlie year was $153,211 with
a clear balance ou hand ol SI--1).
Mrs.   F. L.    Drown reported    h
the    Women's     Foreign   Missionary,
Society,    showing     that   this acti
society had raised $103.00 during the
year, $100 ol   which was given    for
foreign missions.
Miss J, Dcwar reported lor the
Young People's Guild, showing a
total revenue for the year of $75
with a balance on hand ol $58.
The total revenue ol the Sunday
school as reported by the superintendent, .). S. Mennio, was $184.05
for the year. He made a strong
appeal to parents and adults for
more interest in this very important work of the church and for more
workers, especially pointing out the
need for a faithful secretary at once.
This position bas since been happily
filled by George p. Tlsdale kindly offering his services. \hotit sixty new
books hail been added to the library, which had heen newly catalogued and lists or all the hooks printed.
M. MeKadicrn, treasui er of the
session, reported a balance on hand
of $1(1. The pastor reported the
number of families in the congregation as 117, a net gain for the year
t f nine. The number ot communicants ou the roll was 123; eight
were added during the year, and
eighteen removed, making a net los:
of ten.
13, I. Paterson, treasurer, submit
led the statements ot general re
venue, which had been printed and
distributed. Following out a resolution of the previous meeting the
chueoh year closed on December 31st
Instead   of  at   the dale     <f  lilt;     au
si
paitl out bv
es  received.—t
Congrotula tin
neighboring cltj
the splendid Ol
/ens in securing
tin- Associated
next year, Thi
big advcrtisemei
aud hound to be
erring interest
Already there i**
dead ashes ol F
new, young and
transplant iug ami
perity bearing fru
if    Fort
lhe
ploitat'lon of       the   Kootenny    and
Columbia valleys Fort  Steele will he
a commercial   center and with      the
persevering   personnel   o
eiti/vti-i promises to bc ;i
competitor   for othc
Spring will soon bc hen
means- t Im- starting uf many
activities. Tbal Cranbrook
have a prosperous year Is l hi
diotfon of all wuo know. The whole
■districl of Kast Koolenay is b
ceive a momentous boost this year
with au addition of many new comers ami a large oullaj id capital.
It behooves the public spirited citi
/ens of Cranhrook tu sec thai tin
city is kept abreast of the timet
and properly prepared to receive its
lull tpmta ol the new arrivals, additional trade ami new enterprises,
il it desires iu retain its status as
the cummeiii.it, financial uud educational center of Kast  Kootenay.
Lh's- boost Cranbrook,
■ has neon pay-
ads of tbe Shu mial meeting. This shortened tl
nlvvay, it re- year by nearly q month. The it
li as lu per celpls for general revenue amounted
lings some four'to $2932.65. Afler payment of all
than il paid hills, including $!ifl principal, $03.05
11 stands, how• Interest on the mortgage ami $183
the insurance prepaid for three years,
llu- cash on band was $119.85.
The total revenue of the church
from January 15th, 1911, to December 81st, 1911 was $3921.75. The
amount raised for missions during
the same period was $290.25.
The newly    elected body of managers of Knox    church   met     for their
lirst     meeting on     Monday   evening.
■ lauuary    22ml    and transacted       a
large amount of business.   Mr. \V. K.
Worden    was elected chairman, whieli
he accepted    with a graceful  address,
thanking tlie hoard (or the honor aud
soliciting iheir co-operation for      a
year of faithful work on bohal! of the
church-.        Mr. II.   II. McLurc    was
chosen secretary of    the board.    The
most     important business   done was
Ibe   arranging    to   make a payment
s leading I anon    the   principal ut tho mortgage
aggressive  (,1 $750 at once, thus reducing It    to
honors as well.  $1000.        This wus made possible by
[ ihe splendid   gift of $19(1 from      the
which  Lathes'    Aid    for that   purpose.     A
new* I hearty vote of    thanks lo the Ladies'
will'Aid Was   passed    for    this gencrou
pre-'help.    This reduces the mortgage t
leelc    on
lievcmenl  < f Its clti
lhe animal meeting of'
Boards of Trade for
meeting    will be a
for   Fort   Steele
productive of awak-
iii om  neighbor city.
a start  ami     ou the
it    St.elc of ohl     a
vigorous growth    is
the seeds of pros-
With lhe    ex-
Universal
Bread Mixer
Careful measuring and thorough
kui'iulitiK insure good, home-made
bread.
The Universal Bread Mixer is
simply an easier, quicker and
cleaner wuy of doing the work.
Twenty to thirty minutes ot
hand kneading is done witli the
mixer in three minutes aud is done
better than the old way for it
mixes all the ingredients evenly.
Imperfectly kneaded bread is
full of unbroken starch sells and is
therefore indigestible. Bread
made with the UNIVERSAL is
perfectly kneaded, is free from unbroken starch cells, and therefore
is entirely digestible.
2 Sizes $3.00, $3.50
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods
CRANBROOK,        ■        I). C.
PRESBYTERIAN   \nm Al. MEET
IMI AND lliiAIU. ul* MANAGERS IN KKSSIliN HI It-
INC1 WEEK,
Tho general annual congregational
miailinn nl Iln Presbyterian chinch
was held lusl l-ii.li,> evening. He
ports luml Uu k .Ion, treasure!
Ootid, Suiulji school, Ml- MS and
Ladies' Aid. The lollowlng olllccn
were elected: Chairman, J. S. Men
nic; secretary, II. s. Oarrelt; financial ncrolary, P, I. Brown; assist
ant linnmiiil secretory, Hugh Camp*
bell, treasurer, It, White, managers,
W. E. Worden, II. McClure, ft. I.
llrnwn. A. \ Mai Kinnon, II. While,
Siiiinn Tavlm and Frank Detail, Re*
Ircshiiimis mere icrved and the evening concluded   with social enloynwnt,
The reporl nl the Ladles Aid was
submitted In Mis. \. .1. Raiment,
•nd showed a splendid year's work,
Tin- total nmounl   raised    by     the
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• i
; Chapman's Agency i
Repair Department
All Hilda ol F.rnllurc Repaired
Upb.t.icrlna., Maltnsa *inkinr.
P... ia lhe time in tiaic Juur work
I.nc. helerc the ru-li heilna.
Chapman's Agency j
Ntrhiry Attain*, Var ihc AuJiinrlum z
an atiimml
Inl, ami
to   buying
buildings i
Which ean easily Ih* hand
tin* board    links   forward
one   tit   the   bt'st church
tht* interior  frit?    irom
encumbranco in a very short lime.
CHURCH COLUMN
SALVATION  ARMY.
Sunday morning, 11 o'clock—lloll
ness meeting.
Sunday afternoon, 2 o'clock—Sunday School.
Sunday afternoon, 3.80 o'clock—
i'l'*** ami easy meeting.
Sunday night, k o'clock—Salvation
meeting.
Ilible LcSMHl!
"Tho Secret of a Joyful Death-
lied."
Tuesday, h o'clock—Salvation
Meeting.
Wednesday
meeting.
Everybody welcome.
I'oiiiiiiantiiiiK officer—Captain Fred'k
\. Stride.
R    of clock—Salvat Ion
KNOX  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
PLAIN TALK  ABOUT PILES.
Don't ymi bcliovo that experience is
better than hearsay? ll you suffer
from piles, just try Zam-Buk, Vou
ean do so nt our expense. So assured are we of the result that we
will semi you a free trial box il ynu
send to our Toronto offices lull name
ami address and a one cent stamp
lo pay return postage.
Scores of people daily acquaint
us with the benefit they have derived
front the use of '/aui-Biik (or piles.
Mr. P. Astridge, of 3 St. Paul St.,
St. Catherines, Ont., says: "For live
years I have suffered untold agony
with protruding piles, The pain was
so great ut times I would almost
scream.
"I lost weight aiwl had no appetite. 1 tried everything 1 ever
heard of for piles, as I was willing
hi take anything to get relief. It
was useless, however, and 1 almost
nave up in despair.
"One day a friend gave me a
sample of /.am-Huk ami told me of a
friend of his who hail been cured. 1
il.'iiiltil to try /.am-Huk, and the relief I goi wns encouraging. I used
three boxes, nnd at the nul of that
lime I was completely cured. 1
wish I i*.mill have got /.am-Huk
years ago; it would have saved me n
ureal deal of misery."
/.am-Huk will also Ih* found a sure
cure for colli sores, chapped hands,
frost bite, uleei-s, blood-poison, vari-
eose sores, sealp sores, ringworm,
inflamed patches, babies' erupt ions
ami chapped places, cuts, burns,
bruises, ami skin injuries generally.
All druggists nntl stores sell at 50c.
box, or post free from Zam-Huk Co.,
Toronto, upon receipt of price. Ynu
are warned against harmful tmitn-
tions ami substitutes. Sir the registered name, "Zam-Buk," on every
package.
ARMSTRONG
AVENUE
HALSAlt & GO.
LADIES' ANO CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS
PHONE
43
The " Tie-on " Blouse
The Very Newest Idea in Women's Waists
No Hooks, No Eyes, No Button., No Buttonholes,
No Pins, No Trouble, No Alterations
With its many ways of adjustment, the " Tie-on" will yivu
Kiviit service ami satisfaction.
It may Ihi worn in girdle effect; it may bc tied in front, or
it mny lie tied at buck.
Call and see it on the models in the store
row on a six weeks'
Southern California,
The Nelson V.M.('.A. bowling team
will In> here on next .Friday and Sn-
Inrilay, February 2 and 8. Tliey arc
coming prepared In regain their defeat by treating llie local boys tn
their own alleys. A e,nod contest ia
looked for, as the locals arc prepared
to give ihem a fast game. They
will be guests nl tin Y.M.CA. during
iheir slay.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Fink have botli
pleasure trip to tra was as usual ol tlio highest
| quality. Everyone present was delighted wilh the arrangements made
by the Carmen's committee lor the
entertainment and went home convinced that they had spent the time
of their lives.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date, 1 liit.J-
to apply to tin* Hon. Chic! l\_-
missioncr ol Lands and  Works for
been ill for   lhe past wi-ek and under ,iconsc, ,„   uros^.t |or coa, ond ,,(.,,
*'" ••'"r's ra"'- ■*■•• Ki"k ls able roleum on the lollowlng lands, sit tlio sit up but Mrs. Kink still re- alc ,n Ule I)istrk,t 0, Kmllh Em,
mains quite sick. Dally Inquiries are Kooten,- Brit,lsn Co*umW. |„
Mug mado    concerning their wcllare nj^ 4593.
by their many solicitous friends. | CM1,mTOC'mg al a p„st „,„,„„, Bl
.lohn Ncilson died at 1146 Paclflo or near 1 mile cast of Ihe 311 mile
street , Vancouver, on Saturday, post on the C.P.H. survey on wesl
January 211, ol acme kidney trouble. | boundary ol Block 15113 and being llie
Deceased lefl Cranbrook fur Vancou- s. W. corner post of Mary Largoy
ver two years ago and during his claim; thence north 80 chains; thenco
slay in Ibis eily, a period ot about cast 80 chains, thence south 80
Iwo years, made a wide circle ol j chains; tbence west 80 chains to a
Mends.      While here he was employ-j point ol   commencement, making lllll
oil as telegraph o|icrator. The Inn-
erat occurred in Vancouver on Tuesday at -3 p.m. Mr. Ncilson was
born at Stirling. Scotland, and re-
sldod for several years at Montreal
before coming west.
I). A. McLean, night policeman,
met with an unfortunate accident
last Monday night in the performance
i,| his duty. He and Constable Stiu-
sou had arrested an intoxicated Indian from St. Eugene Mission who
bad been causing a disturbance at
one nl the hotels. Alter taking
bottle of whiskey Irom him they
conducted   bim     lo tlu* jail.     Owing
acres, more or less.
I.ocatcd this llth dav ol November,
1911.
Itoy Allen, Agent for
Mary Largey, Locator,
Witness: John Virgo. Mt
to   the continued striig,|)cs ol
the
Morning lerrlc
Sunday school
1 p.m.
Evening service at
Evening subject:
at  II o'clock,
uud Bible clan
Vole ill I'llll
r.ao o'clock,
I low Shall
eh I'liion*'
I
th.
IN LODGE CIRCLES
REBEKAH LODOE.
im   Wednesday evening   last
Maple  1,,-al Rebekah lodge held thclr
regular meeting,    the   business being
installation The lollowlng officer!
were Installed by District Deputy
I'resldenl Sister I.. I.. Langln, alter
wbieh a social evening was spent.
I'nsl Noble    (Irand—Sis.   Ada  M.
lliikcnbotham.
Noble (Irand—Sis. Nellie Baker.
Ylcc-Orund-Sis. Annie (lill.
Ilia'. Secretary—Sit, Anna Beattle
Fm. Secretary—Sis, V. l.lddicoatt.
Treasurer—Sis. c. Dow.
Chaplain—Sis,     Maude llickonboth-
nm.
II S.N.O.-Sis. I.  I.. Langln.
I.S.N.O.-Sis. .1. Campbell.
It S.V (I.-Sls. W. Cameron.
L.S.V.O.-SIl, Gladys Oasklll.
Conductor-**Sis. II. V. Parker.
Inside Guardian—Sis, J. Ilavill.
Outside   Guardian—Bro. I.. I., l.an-l
EPWORTII LKAOl'K.
"A Trip Hound the World" in
sleighs, conducted by the Kpworlh
League will lake place Tuesday
evening next, January 3uth, leaving
tbe Mcthodlsl clmrch at 7.311 and
* on p.m., and visiting Japan, China
and India.     The chat  of a lifetime
lo sn- these wonderful countries,
costing only r,0c. '
Don'l  miss   Ihis splendid opportunity.       Come and bring your iriends.
All young people cordially invited.
A. M. Illckenbotbam,
President Epworth League.
 » i.»i „	
T0WNT0PIC8
Several     metnben  >.r  the  above
have thought it desirable to call a
t-.i-i.eial meeting lu the Y.M.CA.
moms for U'edncsduy next ut X pin.
la discuss Ihe prospects of orgtOi-*
"IK an active hraneh of the Orel
Seas t'hib.
All who are already members and
all (bote Interested in such an Organization me particularly rii]Uexletl to
attend nml sn make the initiative
sttiRt* a NCCftt*
Mrs. Hairy Howtctt arrived Ircm
l.itKluml last Sunday to Join her
liiisiMnd in t'ranbrook. She was accompanied by Miss Annie lite.
Miss Oreen, nl Vancouver, arrived
Tuesday tor a visit wilh Dr. tind Mrs.
Green.    Tho doctor is ber brother.
V. II Heath, a brother td Mrs. P.
It. Morris, is hero from London,
Ont., on a short visit.
Mrs. A. I.. Macdonald gave a farewell dinner party on Wednesday
niL'lit   in    honor ot    Or.    and   Mrs.
Green, who are lotting Saturday for' h(,at,ac,lp   stoppe<l    and  my appetite
an extended visit to England, improved,    1 have lust finished   the
It. Drown and    wife,   il, K. Cairo, I fifth box and (irl as well as ever.    I
Mrs. ('. l/iv'-sley.    Misses lleretl, H. Can heartily recommend Fig I'llls for
Mrl.etMi and   Delhi   Crowe, ol Mtiyle, Mtomaeb    and    liver     troubles.—Mis
accompanied tho   visiting My hotkey  Mary Kllson.
Inh yesterday. |    Sold   »t all   dealers in   25 and 50
D. 1
prisoner, who is very strong and
expert wrestler, getting hlm behind
the bam was no easy task and repeatedly he attacked first ono officer
and then tin* other. Constable McLean, in defending himself from one
of lhe advances <f the Indian, struck
the latier with bis fist and in doing
so broke his arm above tlie wrist.
Mr. McLean will be obliged to rest
for m me weeks.
One <tf the most successful and enjoyable scci'tl events that has taken
place in this city this season was
IH-Id by the Hrotherhood of Hallway
Carmen ol America in their hall on
Friday, the 111th inst. Commencing
with a whist drive at '.Ink, followed
with a Splendid programme uf dancing, which was kept ||>ing till the
we sum hours iu the morning. Mr
.1. M. Mi,ike was a tactful M. C, and
undei his skilful direction everything
went wilb a delightful swing from
Bl«rl to finish. The catering arrangements were in Um hands nl Mr.
Robert Frame ami" gave great satisfaction to all cinrerncd. The
music supplied by the Kdison orchea-
NOTIOB.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIV1SN
that thirty days after date, 1 Intet-.
to apply to the Hon. Chief Coz-v*
missioner o! Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and pet
roleum on the following lands, situate in tbe District of South Kast
Koo tenav, British Columbia, iu
Block 45D3:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mi.e cast ot the 3»
mile post on the C.P.H. survey on
the west boundary ot Block 45U3 and
being tbe N. V.. cornet post ol Mrs.
Mary Largey claim; thenee south Sll
chains; tbence west 80 chains;- thence
north 80 chains; -thence east SO
chains; to a point of commence-
ment, making 640 acres, more or
less.
Located this llth dav of November, 1911.
Hoy Allen, Agent for
Mary Largey, Locator
Witness: John Virgo. 2-'»t
Jtticy navel oranges v/ith a chnrminir
tree-ripened flavor tire now for sale at your
dealer's,   They are pleasingly economical
nnd, in addition, the dining tabic ean be furnished with beautiful silverware by saving fiio wrappers ami send-
Inn them to us wilb a few stumps to partly pity charges, packing, etc.
The genuine come in tissue wrappers marked "Sunkist," Your ilculcr
•will supply you at extremely reasonable prices,
Tree-Ripened—Picked Wif  Gloves
Only the very finest oranges from thu best California k■'"''■-■*' arc packed
under tne name "Sunkist." SSaeb orange Is allowed tu ripen om the tree, thus
producing thu wonderful "Sunkist" flavor, At maturity tliey arc carefully
picked iiud packed by gloved hands.
Seedless and Solid
Every "Sunkist" is perfect, Bach is solid meat-seedless ami juicy. Moat
delicious nnd healthful of fruits. Must wholesome fruit for c„ilurt:u--l)(-Ui-r
ttiuu sweets.   Tones digestion mid satisfies "sweet tooth,"
Begin Saving Valuable Wrappers Today
Be sure to say "Sunkist"—not merely "oranges." Ymi will know "riiinkist"
by their bandKOtne appearance and by tliu printed wrappers.
This Is Your Beautiful Orange Spoon
Save J2 "Sunkist" orange or lemon wrappers, or trademarks cut from wrappers, and send them to us, with 12c t- help pay charges, packing, etc,
wid we will send you this genuine Rogers* silver orange spoon. For each addl*
tiiinal spoon send VI wrappers or trademarks and 12c Not respoutiible
tor cash sent tt^oujjh the mails.
14 "Sunkist" Premiums ''Sunkist" Lemons
Ht-tiJ  for full -l-M-i-liitlm.   nnn.l-or «f   Most  Economical
miii*,'-'-- ■•■■'  { ■ '**
* nnd ii
hi-h irtkl
Tible Knife
Table Fork
l.-cf *,. rt Spoor.
Child'-, Knife
n-j .ilion Sposa
Cnf( n* Sn<-i_
Sulad Fork
•nrt uf
nob mi-uw-iy
Oyslrr Tork
Child's Fork
■"•Minir Spoon
r mil Knife
)>*:ispooa
Tablf-apoon
Better Spreader
Thin-skinned, extra juicy,
an.l each cotiiei In n vnlu*
(iiiiu "Sunkist" wrapper.
Insist mi ihem, ar. they bo
farther than other lemons.
Tliey cost no more niul the
wrappers are valuable Hr •■
tpu booklet free un nqiii
California Fruit Growers' Exchange
192 North Clark Slrtal, Chicago, Ul.    ui-)
iwsl mi the C.P.R. survey on llie so drains soiiili, thence so drains
west boundary til Bluck -151)3 and in- cast in place of lioglnirlng, containing
Ing the    S.K.   corner post   ol John fill) acres, more or less.
1,. M. Morley, Locator,
Bailee I.amerouv, Agent.
Located December lfith, 1011.   3-5t
NOTICE.
SUFFERED
With   Billiousness   and   Sick
Headache.
NOTICK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
tliat thirty days afUr date, 1 intt-U
to apply to Uw Hon. Cliicf Com-
mishit»inT oi Lands and Works lor ;.
licmiw to prospect lor coat and ;->-
roh'um on the following lands, situate In tlw IMstrirt ol South East
Kootenay, llritish Columbia, in
Hloek 4593:
CotntncnHnK nt a post planted at
or near 1 mile east ol tlu* :..i mile
post tm Die Cl'.lt. survey on the
west boundary ot Hlm-k 45»:t ami
being the N.W. corner post ol Mary
l.argry claim; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; tliencc
north 80 ehains; thence west 80
chains to a point ol commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this llth day of November,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Mary Largey, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 3-5y
llaynes'     claim,    tlicnce    nortii    SO
chains; thenco   west so chains; tbenco ■
south    so   chains; thence cast      SO [
eliains; to a   point of commencement, I
making tilO acres, more or less. j
Located this ISlh dav of N'ovom-ojcr, ___—
1911. NOTICK    IS   HEREBY    GIVEN
Itoy Allen, Agent for Hint thirty days alter date, I intend
.John llaynes, Locatoi*. | to apply to lhe   Chief Commission.*
Witness: .lohn Virgo. 2-51  of Lands ami   to the Assistant Com
missioner of Lands (or the District ol
Kast Kootenay, lor a license to
prospecl for coal and petroleum on
the following described land, Mtuata
iin the North Fork ol Michel Creek,
about Bis miles north of the Canadian Pacific Railroad, and tying between the Mclnnt'S Group and the
Crows Nest I'ass Coal Company's
land:
Commencing at a posl planted one
mile aorth of a point one mile east
of the Intersection ol the east side
line of Ihe Mclimis Group and the
north sitle line of tbe Crows Nest
Cass Coal Company's laud, said post
being the initial post of C. K.
Weisnianifs claim anil marked "C. K.
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS IIKHKHY GlVEo*
that thirty days after date, I Intoft
to apply to the Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works fot •■
license lo prospect for eoal ami *£*•-•
roleum on tbe following lands, situate in the District ot South Kast.
Kootenay, ltri visit Columbia, \?
Hloek 4693:
Commencing at a post planted a*-
or near 2 miles east of the 30 mile
post, on the C.P.H. survey on Cue
west boundary of Block 4593 and lieing the S.W. corner post of Howard
Neai claim;     tbence north SO chains;
thenee east 80 chains, thenco     sotilh' Wcismann'.s    N.E. coiner," thence 80
SO   eliains, theme west Sll eliains; tn
a point    oi commencement,   making
tilO acres, more or less.
Located this ii.th day of November,
1911.
Hoy Allen, Agent for
Howard Neai, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5t
WATER ACT.
chains   south,  thence SO ehains west,
ihence SO  chains   north, thence     80
chains   cast to    place  of   beginning,
containing OlO acres, more or less.
C. K. Weistuaiin, Locator,
Balico Lameroux, Agent.
Located December 16th, 1911.    3-fit
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS IIKHKHY OIVEN
tbat thirty days afltr date, I intend
to apply to lite Chiel Commissioner
the Lieutenant-Governor in Of Lands and to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for Hi.* District ri
East Kootenay, for a license lo
prospecl for coal ami petroleum on
the following described laud, sttualu
on tho North Fork of Michel Creek,
about six   miles    north ol tbe Caua-
NOTICK    IS HEREBY OIVEN <-t
the intention o( tbe undersigned to
apply to
Council (or approval of their proposed undertakings and works in connec-
tion with Water License Number
1571. dated .fune 25th, 1911, for
twenty-five cubic feet per second out
ol Mark Creek.    The maps and plans
of the proposed undertaking and dlan Pacific Railroad, anil lying tic-
works will be open to public Inspeo-1 tween tho Molnncs Group and tho
tion at any time during business! CrOWS Nest Pass Coal Company's
hours at   lhe   oiiice ol   the   Water 'ond:
Commissioner at the Government I Commencing at a post planted at
Building in the City of Cranbrook lor' C* ■<■ Wcismann's N.E, cornet, same
thirty days after the first publication being lite Initial post of A. B, Wil-
of this notice in the Cranbrook Her- lard's claim, and marked "A. B. Wll-
ald. Application will also be mad 1»r,,'s NW- conwr," tbence R0
to the Lieutenant-Governor in Coun !chalo» smith, thence 80 chains east,
eil to correct the description ot the »»»'■' «° ■•■'■'■"K ■""■"'■■■ '■■'•■■"' 8(*
point of diversion from Stemwindcr chains west to place of beginning,
dam, Lot 8032A, to Stemwindcr dam jConUWng .-III acres, mote or less.
Lot 8983, and desrription of the
point (I user us ou Lot 304:1, instead
ol on Lot 082s. Group One, Kootenny
Dislrict.
The Consolidated   Mining A Smelting
Co.
By Their Solicitors,
Hamilton & Wraggc.
Dated Dec.  IKtli, 1911. 61-St
A. II   Wil lard, Locator,
Halite Lameroux, Agent.
Located December 18th, 1011.  8-5t
NOTICE.
Cali-ai v. Alberta. July 8, 1911.
1 was a great sufferer for a long
time with Billiousness, Hick Headache
and Liver Trouble. Nothing seemed
lo do me any good. 1 had almost
given up In despair when I decided to
try
FIG PILLS
Aliri   laking about  hall a box    the
NOTICK IS IIKHKHY OIVKN
that thirty days all.r datr, 1 Inl.vl
lo apply tn the Hon. Clilrl Com*
mlMionrt ol Lands anil Works lor a
llrmar to prospci't lor coal and not- land:
roleum on   tho lollowlng lands, situ
NOTICE.
NOTICK    IS   IIKHKHY    OIVKN
llial Hull)' iluys llllll dull', I iiil.'iul
It) ll|i|lly to till' Clllcl fnlllllllssloiirr
of I,mills und In llir Assistant Commissioner (it Lamls lul the llisllicl ol
Kust KooU-nuy, lur u licenso to
prospect fur eual nml petroleum ou
llie filling ini; dcscrilied laml, alluato
tlio North Pork of Michel Crock,
ahnnt six   miles    north ot the Cutia-
NOTICK.
NOTICK     IS    IIKHKHY    OIVKN
Ihat thirty days alter dale, I intend
to apply lo Ihc   Chiel Commissioner "ii
ol Lands and   to the Assistant Cone
missioner ol Lands lor Ihe Dislrict ol 'I'uii Paoldo Railroad, uml IvIiik bo*
Kusl Kootenay, lor a license to '"'"en U» Molnncf Oroiip and tho
prospect lor coal and petroleum on Crows Nest I'ass Cool Company's
Hie   fiilluwinK described land, situate land:
on tho North Fork of Michel Creek, Commencing it » port planted at
about sin miles north ot tho Cana* A. B. Wlllard's N.W. corner, same
dlan Pacific Railroad, nnd lying be-, bciiiR the Initial post ol 0. L. Ilow-
tweon tlie Mclnnes Group and llio «'s claim nnd marked "C. L. How-
Crows Nesl Pass Coal Company's cr's S.W. corner," Ihencc 80 chain,
I north; thenco 60  chains east, thenco
Commencing at a post planted    at Ml 'hoins    south,   thenco    811 chains
C. I.. Ilower's S.W. corner, same he- w,'st to    Place ol lieglnninit., coiitnin-
atc in    tlw IMslrict ol   South Kast
IM.Is, ul M.sllclne lint,    nr- cenl holes or mailed hy Tbe Klg 1*111 Kootenay,     llrilish    Columbia,    in lug tin* Initial    post ol   L. M. Mor-| l"S 010 acres, more or less.
Homo   made candy 25 cents per Ib.jmd    here Ihis    week and will    he Co.. St. Thomas, Ont. Block ,5*»3: ley's claim, and marked "I.. M. Mor- C. L. Ilowcr, Locator,
X  Sutiiidays       Othei  davs 35 cents.—' Joined by   lack   Klotchcr ol the Kink    Sold by   Tlie Cranhrook llrug    and     Commencing at a post planted    alley's   B.B. corner," lluiiec SO Chain*. Hat Ico Lameroux, Agent.
********************* Tla- Palm. Mercantile    Co., Ih.Hi leaving toinor- Hook Co., Ltd. ;or near I    mil* east ol the ,1 mil* north, thenee 80 chains wert,  thene*,   Located December IMh, 1911.  3-5t NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0IVKN
tlmt thirty days after date, I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands 'and Worka for -
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands, situate in the District of South Kast
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 459.:
Commencing at a pnst planted nt or
near 2 miles east of the :i!) ni'lo posl
on the C.I'.K. survey on the wcslj
boundary of Block 4593 and being
■tiliti N.W, borilOl' post of Alva A.
Young Claim; thenee south KO
elui'iiis; thenco cast 80 chains; thence
north 8(1 chains; Uieuco west 81)
chains to a point ol commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this iiuh day ol November,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Alva A. Young, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo, 2-6t
Largey claim; thenco north .si)
chains; thenco east 811 chains; bhenci
south 80 chains; tlicnce west 80
chains; tr. a point of commencement,
making OKI acres, moro or less.
Located this l-lili tiny of November,
1011,
Hoy Allen, Agent for
Mary Largey, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-fit
CRANIIUOOK    II KII ALU
KUISPEll U WB
J-UNITE AND PARTICIPAT.
OLD-TIME LOVE-FEAST.
WARDNER
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE    LS   IlEltEDY     GIVES
Iliad thirty days after dato, I inU*-
to apply to the Hon. Chief Coffi
missioner of Lands antl Works foi .
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands, situate in the District of South East
Kootenay, llrilish Columbia, iu
Block 46*93:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile cast of the -IS mile
post on the C.IML survey on the
West boundary of Hloek -laJKl and being tbo N.W. corner post of Harry
II. Walker claims; Ihence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west SO
chains; to a point ct commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of November, 1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Harry II. Walker, Locator.
Witness: .John Virgo. 2-5t
" notice!
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date, 1 Intesi
In apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner "i Lands antl Works for *>
licenso in prospect for conl and petroleum on the following lauds, situate in the District or Soulb Kasl
Kootenay, Hritish Columbia, in
Hloek 45U3:
Commencing at a pnst planted nt
or near 1 mile cast of the 41 mile
post, ou the O.P.H. survey on the
wesl. boundary of Block 4098 autl being tht* N. E, cornel* post of .lohn
llaynes claim; thenee south 80 ehains;
llienei* west 80 chains; Ihencc north
KO chains; UlCnCO east 80 ehains lo a
point of commencement, making 949
jros, moro or less.
Located this llth day of November,
I9IL
Hoy Allen, Agent for
John llaynes, Locator.
Wil ness: John Virgo. 2-5t
> Imv
t, wl
lhe li
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date, I iutv.*-
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for »
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands, situate in the District of South
Kootenay, British Columbia,
Block 4993:
Commencing at a post planted
or near 1 mile east of the 43
post on tlie C.P.lt. survey on
west boundary of Block 1593 and being the N.E. corner post of Harry
II. Walker claim; thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80
ehains to a point rf commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located   this    l.Vth day of November, 1911.
Rot Allen, Agent for
Harry IL Walker, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5t
East
in
at
mill'
Hit
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date, I Info*-'
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works* for *•
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands, .situate in the District of South East
Koo tenav, British Columbia, in
Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile east of the 41 mile
post ou the C.P.R. survey on the
west boundary of Block 4.593 and being tlie N. W, corner post of .WoJiii
llaynes' claim; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; these*.
nr rth 80 chains; thence west 8(1
chains; to a point of commencement
making 610 acres, more or loss.
Located this 14th dav of November,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
John llaynes, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5fc
?■-_-- ®
(From llie Kallspell Times).
Kalispell, ihc   mosl,    picturesque
and [progressive town in the state ol
Montana, and tlie capital nf Flathead
County, held a big banquet and    reunion uf old timers antl   trail Waivers
at the National     hotel, New     Year-,
night, whicli was without a doubt   a
uilliarit bucccss,    About une hundred
sat down who bad a record of twenty
I years residence,    and every one      a
bloated capitalist    now, boi
arrived   in   Hie volley on   t
those more fortunate rode o:
rlcaiic deck "f an Indian cayusc.   Tl
guests represented   ten millions,    all
made in    tho valley     Tho faces surrounding iln- festive hoard, llu-    circumstances ami     hospitality      made
everyone   presenl  think of Hit-, Oxcart
Overland,       People   who have never
o-tperienoed     pioneering    into   these
mountains when every tribe of      Indians were at     war with each other,
cannot   imagine    the   friendship that
exists between these old timers, who
always    tried     Io he on      the right
of everything and (Irmly believed
appi
iiii for
Willi
ofte
spendit
•ildo
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
Ihat thirty days after date, I int*-.
to apply to the Hon. Chief Cott*-
tnissloner of Lands and Works foi ■
license to prospecl for coal and jH*t
roleum on the following lands, situate in lhe District of Soulb East
Kootenay, British Columbia, iu
Block 4.5-93:
Commencing nt a post planted al
or near 3 miles east of Ihe 13 mil
post on Ibe CP.R. survey on Hi
west boundary of Block 4508, and l>*-
ing tbc S.W. corner post of Ham
H. Walker claim; thence north BO
chains; thence easl 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains; thence west SO
chains; to a point ol rommCflCCfnettt,
making 610 acres, nio'e or less.
Located Hili 15th day ol November,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
Harry 11   Walker, Locator
Wilness: John Viir|>.
East Kootenay
Butcher Co.
MEAT MARKET
Healers In
Fresh nnd Cured
Ments.
Poultry, Game nml E'Jtb
in Season.
that, hell should lie administered to
Ihe wicked in largo doses. One ol the
noblest works of creation is the man
who always speaks the truth and
|>ays the printer. lie is sure of a
bunk in Paradise with thornlcss
roses for a pillow by night and nothing but gold eagles to look      at    hv
For Lo, "The board with cups    and
spoons is crowned,
Tht?   jokes tin    cackle and    the howl
goes round."
Director    A. I).  Macdonald, toast-
maslcr,    who Ijoasts that he    never
had to dance the tenderfoot quickstep
to the  tune  ol Ihe six-shooter    bul-
l.'is about   his  feet, and    was never
forced to   take a drink.       He     had
sand in his craw,   was quirk on   the
draw, ami saw plenty laid under   th
daisies.
M. 1). Baldwin, "Kallspcll's Kirst
Railroad,"—Mr. Baldwin, without the
aid of a civil engineer or a corporation lawyer, gave a very interesting
account of the iron.
Sidney M. Logan. "Flathead's Supreme Court"—His early reminiscences would make a man love his
mother-in-law.
Fred W. Mcrlgold, "Hi mesieads
and Real Estate*'—Fred strongly recommended the subdivision of Mont-
ford.
Rev. Oeo. McVcy Fisher, "Gospel
i tlie Bunch Grass"—Who, in closing his remarks, saitl some church
members think ii is   up to the    min
late
GIVE   m
A   TBI A I.
East Kootenay
Butcher Co.
Pnlir
i'.   llir
Dillon
"I'm
Shell
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS IIKHKHY OIVEN
<iIi.ii thirty days alter date, I intend
to   IIJiJiU     to     tilt' Hon.    I'llH'l I'nlll-
IRlsotoner. of Landi anil Worka (or .
license ti.   pro-poet lor coal ami potr
i.il.-iiin on ihi- lollowlng lamls, aim
at.' Iii llu* IHiliki ot South Eaal
Kootenay, liritisli I'olutiibin, in
Block ISM:
t'ofiiini'iii-iii,* al a post |il.in!nl al
.'i DMr I null's cast ot the 13 milr
pout „ii Uw I'.l-.tl. suivi'v on tin-
went tionmluir of Hloek 45113 nml ba-
ing Uh* N.k. corner post ol Hrrt K.
Paltn.-r I'lniins, thrnrt' south I'l
i'Iuiiis, lliem* Weal Kll chains; tlu'iu-e
north so chains; ilii'iu'i- eaal sn
eliains to a point ol oomfflenoenenfc,
making 610 acres, more or less.
Local,.! this 1.1th dav ol NmcmliCi,
1911.
Hoy Allen, Agent lor
Bert K. Palmer, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days alter date, I intend
to apply to the Hon, Chief Commissioner ol Lamls and Works In, t
license to prospect lor coal nnd nel-
roli'inii nn the lollowlng lands, siluate in the Dlatrlet ol .South East
Koolenay, Hritish Columbia, in
Mock 4,111.1:
Commencing at a post planted nt
or near I mllo east nl the 41 mile
poet on tho C.P.H. survey on the
west boundaly ol Hloek 1811.1 and being the   	
CURtS ARC PERMANENT
SptmalorrliMt, iir,ank Vcatatt,
i"l yinr, Varkoc.k. ll.Ur,,, tie. Cl
railed maonlcra. S-tlllc aim) •**,„,,,
I He .rel    Slrlcl.r,a _„.„„„,,,,   ,„
.Uecie.1 organ, irmal and health j
action in i|„, almrleal iwaailil.. »,««<
iilllllie.
VISIT
DR.  KELLEVS
GREAT MUSEUM
t-cr nil tlm |,limt.,,' DfwAMi ->t Mm.
Doomlution andtn»tnnUn bookttl t.m
nt oflta or by until.
am Howard strbet
SPOKANE. WASir
SHERIDAN LIVERY
ELKO, B. C.
As I mu contiiminK my late hus-
Imml s btuiaew, I would nsk for
the continued patronage of nil old
customers, and respectfully solicit
tho trade of nil.
Besi off Rigs and Horses
MRS. A. SHERIDAN
mi
Constipation js thf* cause of   man
ailments   and tlis-iitlm   thai    make
lift* inisrralilr.       Tako Clwtnbfrt.iin'
Stomach   ami    Liver Tablets,   Veep
your    bowels    regular anil   yon will
       _   .avoid these dLseascs.    For sal*     by
S. W.  comer post ot Mary • all deafen.
make j*nini fnr the
congregation, meaning, ot emir
Mtdprf'Vt.
Andy Pimsirt', "Music ol
Hays"—Sane very feellngl}*,
siiy. Mary Ellen, PnrShr."
Tom    Hand, "Circuses and
(.-iin-V— Introducing    a    new game
While Miss    Mary .lane Slaeklianimrr
wot tied up iln1    trout ladder      with
Sam llilhnrn.
Geo. K. stannard. of Golden West
Orchard fame, sang in lus usual
style, "('.iiiipanari.'' the famous Italian baritone latest success, "Love
Makes tlie Wife Vol Gold,1' ami for
an encore, "Oli Pry Those Tears."
Pred Whiteside. 'Apple Cider. No.
1, Hard''—Introducing J, W. R.
Moore in a garden scene from Perley
iw-rnartl's famous sltotcb, "How Kallspell Kinds   Work for   Her Greatest
•lohn E. UehHnger, "Elks Tame and
Otherwise''•—Qaro liis celebrated song
and dance, entitled "Tohacconale.
u M, Coulter (allowed in by request) gave a splendid demonstration
of manufacturing pork sausago Irom
native fed overland trout. This was
one of Hie features of the evening,
it would have been more appropriate
before a b-unch of retail grocers
and peanut venders. This net is patented in the United States, Canada
and Tobacco Plains, lie also Rave
an Illustration showing tin* dietetic
value of soap grease oil, showing how
its health giving properties enable
even a sardine io live beautifully tor
days with |ta head od. (This act hr*
Onlled "Grace in Grease.").
Dave Gielg, the   champion highland
Ding   dancer    of    Flathead   county,
Why was   Mary,   Ojircn     of Scots,
Horn nt     Lcnlilhgow*"' replied, "Be-
*nusc     her   mother      wns     staying
Ihere," and there actually seemed to
he nothing more to  be said upon the
subject ^^^^^~
Frank    GadOW,   supported   by his
company of    Shakcspere   revivalists,
here     dispensed     midsummer    iced
liis famous  serio-comic rendering    of
Charlie Walker,    of national   fame,
wfensc house was never raided hy the
~"~—-iff, snowsliiled by cheap sliver, or
himself subdued hy fear of man, gave
drinks.
Robert     Burns' aulogr of   the prolc-
tariale:
'The rank is hut tin* guinea's stamp,
The moil's tin* gowd f-rr a' that."
Between the blood curdling scenes
tin* Kearney brothers supplied some
splendid music.
The banquet concluded with    every
"liodv rising and singing "Got!     Bless
Kalispell."
A pleasant time was bud
(Special correspondence).
Messrs. Lund nnd Pennoek left
IX | Wednesday       "[ lasl week lo attc
the lumbermen's  meeting, which w
held   iu Nelson    on Thuwdaj      a
Friday.
Mr. R E. Wiighi li
'tl engineer for the .
I Lumber companj's b
corning season.
| Mr. and Mrs. Get
home ou Thursday,
several weeks with friend
lives jn Michigan.
Mi. Doyle, "I Fori Steele, was i
Wanlner last Saturday on business.
Messrs. Madden ami Davidson, i
ihe Gait Engineering company, wii
have taken a large coptraol »l Hi
new C.I'.H. townsite af Bull River
iK-gaii operations a few days ago.
Mi. Black, our local ( .f'.H agenl
accompanied by Mrs. Black, were vis
iling friends in Fernie last Saturday.
A very successful dance was given
in Jaffray last week by the JalTray
social club. A number of Wardncr's
young people were guests.
Policeman Eggleshaw was called lo
Jaffray last Frldaj on oflicial business.
Messrs.   A.   -lobnsoi I    U. c.
Eaton were with friends in Cranbrook last Sunday.
Miss .losie Ilavjll, of the Cranbrook post office staff, was n guesl
last Saturday and Sunday al Uh'
home of Mr. ami Mrs. olio Wis-]
ner.
I Mrs. Lovick returned to the St,
Eugene hospital last Monday morn-j
Ing to undergo another Bllghi operation. We hope io have her with
us again   in a few days.
Mrs. Adolph, of Baynes Lake, spent
the week end willi Mr, and Mrs. P,
Lund.
Mr. Quirk, of Calgary, tame in in
town on business ou Monday evening
and had a valuable fur coal stolen
from him at the hotel. Policeman
Eggleshaw was at once notified anil
after several hours of faithful search
the missing coat was recovered. Tin-
thief is    still at large.
Mr. Carloy, of Winnipeg, cnllctl o»
old friends iu Wardner lasl Wednesday.
Rev. Stephens is arranging for a
musical concert to be given in Si.
Andrew's church early in February.
Particulars later.
February 1th is to he Swedish Sunday in the Wardner Presbyterian
church. Our Swedish brethren will
occupy the choir slant! and will lead
the singing while the local choir will
congregate In the front pews and assist them.
The friends of Mrs. Mrlniis will be I
very pleased to know that she is able
to In* out again afler being iu the
house for several weeks owing to .1
fall at the post ofllce steps some
time ago.
TfflEO RUN-DOWN PEOPLE Ip^^*^*^********************!
Take the Leg   |
ii   A North Carolina Man Suggests
l a Remedy
Greensboro,   N.   C.—"For    a    long
I   time I was so run down and debilitated that I could hardly drag around.
My appetite was poor and I could not
Sleep nights, I had tried different so-
called tonics without benefit. I was
advised  to  try your cod liver nnd
iron tonic Vinol, and I am so glad I
;   did, for it gavo me a hearty appetite,
r soon commanded to sleep soundly,
nnd I feel strong, well and more active than I hnvo for years. Every rundown or debilitated   person   should
just, glvo Vinol a trial." K. AllBbrook-.
What Vlnol did for Mr. Allsbrook
it will do for every weak, run-down or
debilitated person In this vicinity. To
Bhow our faith wo will furnish tho
Medicine freo If It does not do as we
claim. Come In and get a bottle on
these terms.
Cranhrook    Drug    and    Book Co.,
Craubrook, B.C.
L ':  '  ti  si
yi Mm
mtt'-mm
of Lamb
»" Dff.r .vmi a,i,| v,!,,,,, you,
I'.iiniMiitiiatelt jou'll ileciun.
vim never before ate aucfa deli,
cat. tender meat. Fur our
lamb la real lomb-.ot young
mini.in aold at laml) prior,
Vmi'll iiml that brtraillugot
Hiia market j on get xbol v.„i
1'i.v tor, n little li|| better
"'"' I>'rllim.v„i.,..|.,r,,.,l.
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*i) is a guarnnleed pulley.   Thut Is, ^
msatlsfactlot) isguaranteedinovery A
iBpect,
Tin
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4; Una an   ovor increasing aiurl;. -
.j Writ!! tlu-m fur liailit'iilnra. „
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I Imperial Bank of Canada f
♦ Hl-'ili   /.r.^..-"      -
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   -
CAPI TAL SUBSCRIBED      •
CAPITAL PAID UP     -
RESERVE FUND
TOTAL ASSEIS
SI 0,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
6.000,000.00
e.000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook
NOTICE OF COURT OF REVISION
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the Ccurt ol Revision
will sit on Monday, March Jth, 1012,
at tbe hour or 10.30 a.m. (local
tunc) at the Municipal Buildings,
Cranbrook, B.C., for the purpose of
correcting and rovising tho Assessment Bull of the  City oi Cranbrook.
Any person complaining of an error
or omission in the said roll shall
give notice of his complaint iu writing to the Assessor, and the grounds
ot his complaint, at least ten (10)
days More the sitting ot the said!
Court.
T. M. ROBERTS,
1-6-8 Assessor,
POR   RENT .-Very   large ware-
bouse suitable for furniture, pianos,
feed, etc; $10 per month. Apply
Herald office. 47-tt*
| Nothing so Quickly Darkens
the brightness of life as tbe Inability to sleep. It in generally
caused by exhausted nerves.
The first step to wards recovery
'row thisconditfon lies in rebuild-
iitf the worn out nerve fibres,
vhich can l>est be done with Lecithin, the form of phosphorus required for nerve repair.
• Asaya-NeuraD-
THE    NEW    REMEDY    FOF
Nervous Exhaustion
contains lecithin (concent rate I
from thousniids of eggs) and
makes possible this cure.
It feeds the nerves, quickens
the appetite, aids digestion, aud
full nerve vitality is restored.
The beneficial effects, are evident and the ability to sleep re-
turns almost with the first dose.
Mo*, bottle. -10tlajftf treatment, |1.50.
1 <!■;.n't I;'mi Uu- l.iv.i! agents.
BBATTIE-MUKPHV Co.
Druggists, Craubrook, II. C.
Kf-ti "i Lawrence Co..' Sole Mfrf., Montreal
Write llit-m for free book on KervotU
HxhauiUo-,
li. II. WILKIE, President,
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vico.Frei.deat
Accounts   of   Corporations,   Municipalities,    .Merchant!}
Farmer-Hand Private Individuals invited. (,
Drafts nml Letters of Credit issued available in any part of ! !
tlio worl I. ' 1
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Special attention :;
given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits ol $1.00 ami [
upwards received antl interest allowed from date of deposit
j   Cranbrook Branch: .1. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
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I The ;
«  Lund Land and Development •
* Company, Limited.
- Pruit, Agricultural, Grazing and Timtwr Lund..
Insurance, Stocks and Bonds.
Wholesale Dealers in Lumber
t   Office: Corner Fenwick Avenue and   •
Baker Street. *
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
a nevTand
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN)
' A modern equipped Cufeat moderate
prices
Rates (1.00 nml np per day
Corner of Howard .St. and Front Ave
Our bus meets nil trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
I'JtOPStKTOHS
J. C. Callahan, Mgr.
* THE t
QUEEN'S HOTEL
II. I.. STKI'IIKNs, Prop.
CALGARY, Alberta
I The Hotel with "The Reputation"
• You'll get your Money's Worth.
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COLDSTREAM ESTATE NURSERIES
VERNON, -*.  C. (I
Have a very fine assortment of *
Fruit Trees •
Ornamental and Shade Trees »
and Shrubs *
BDDDED STOCK A SPECIALTY »
All trees offered for sole are grown in our own nurseries on
the Coldstream Eslntc *
V. D. CURRY, General Agent           VERNON, B. C. *
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1 A Good   Home j
       Jn<orpnratMl IH.,-
HEAD OFFICE      -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital I "aid L'p $6,300,000 Reserve $0,900,000
Total Assets. Over $95,000,000
II. 8. HOLT, President      K. 1. PKABB* (ientral Mtnager
Accounts of PirmSi Corporations snd Indivldesls lolidted,
Out-of toirn business receives every attention.
BAVINGS DBPARTMBNT-Depwltsoi $1.00 «n<l upwardi received
and Interest allowed nt current rat**.   No formality or delay In
withdrawing,
A General Banlnng Bntlness transacted.
Cranbrook Branch : T. B. O'CONNELL, Manager       i
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* It's   the Same I'larn
Tho Place thai is Popular
Hood us tliu Best
Better than the Re»l
The Cosmopolitan i|
If von  Clin.. .,,,,... ' '
If you come once,
Vou will come again,
FOIl   SALE    t'llRAI'.-llaliy ear-
tisur In ribiiI rnnililiiiii     A|i|ily llm
MU' 1, Herald nlliiv. Ill tl*
is what is dear to every num. A homo
is where Penoe, Oomtort, Oontonlment,
and Plenty is found. That is the reason
men throughout llritish Columbia, when
"Crnniiriio';" is mentioned think of tho
provisions <Ios. Itnitilt hns made for an
Ideal home nl the
Canadian Hotel
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I PHONE 340 FOR SKATES SHARPENED
'       PLUMBER OR TINSMITH
The Cranbrook Plumbing,
Tinsmith & Heating Co.
IV. P. JOHNSON .. BOS, Proprietors
P.O. BOX '.mi W0BK81 HOWARD ST, THK   URANBROOK   UKBALU
The Amberola
—not only the pri-eatest sound-reproducing
instrument —not only the greatest
MUSICAL instrument—but the greatest
Edison Phonograph
mi
, , JHE Amberola brings to your home not only all
1 of the extreme pleasure to be derived from all
of the very best of every kind of entertainmerit, but
^further pleasure in the possession of an exquisitely designed und beautifully finished piece ot
furniture that will take its place in your home
in harmony with your other precious possessions.
v.Hi havo row cliolee »* four flntnlies—
Miilumiuiv. <.'ir.'.i*M*.n Wulniil. lloUlfh Ouk
mnl Mi-umOuk. „ , .„
ih.- Amberola la tlio only, poncMled
Imt ii iii-iiiiinnit lhal Iran /■.•Hum- Minium'
A i-'ili-nn'*. IiIk1ic*«* ilrvclfipntPitl nf liis own
iinriilH'ii, tin* Ktii-t'ii I'liiiinwritiili. Tltnt
inriiii-.tli.il il in tin* iii-trinii.'iil«ilticxtu-tly
t lir i i-lil vtilnnir "f "nilmi I*"* •)''' lii'iut'. tlmt
Ins llu* Mtppliirr ri-iiriMlnt-lnir piilnl Um*.
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limurntcrcr- nochaiiSlflSnBMlMi that It
, Imtli lili*>i'ii Atiit«*riil tfirtiraml-nne*
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St-f mnl lifir Hit* Anihrrnlii Mnl llie many
nt'licr -Ivli-i of Ktli-iui Plmmwrniilm nt an
Rill (lealcr'-t lotlar.  Kv«y Bfllnotl I'hn-
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Ami iIhti* linn I-'iMmhi ut iilmo.it nny prlte
''fclYiSPhonwroplw,«ts.SO i»S240.00.
RdlMill  Slamlanl   RciwU, 40..    BtlWpn
Amberol Kccordi(pli»y twl« "■««*.•«•
lUlisnii (Iraini Open Record*. SSe. t«. »2.50.
(j*feamkt,
100 Uker.i-U At*.
mrORATSD
U. 5. A.
A complete line of Ediion Phonograph* •nd Record* will bo fouod ot
Beattie=,Wurphy Co., Limited, Agents
Cranbrook, B. C.
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I    News of the District
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WINDERnfiRE
(Special correspondence).
Siiiii' the    lasl budget "I news
lam meetings
si which were
IS  Inl       I'll-
A.F.&A.M.,!
iiii Si. John's
being the ofll-
scnt in   several
have taken place,
the lollowlng:
Tin' installation ol ""»
liiinhiii  ioilgc,     Nn  38,
II.C.U.A., took    place
night, tlio   lollowlng
CITS'.
I.I'.M.-C. ll. Kills
W.M.—Frank Rlchanli
S.W.-K. Craig.
.I.W.-C. llawley.
S'.D.—.I.F.B. llankcy
.I.D.-.I. F. Askwitii
I.O.—W. 11. Clclaml.
Tyler—C. Trover.
Tlii- annual meeting ol tlie Farmers' liisiiiiiii- uf the Windermere dls-
teicl was held, nl which the annual
report* were presented anil read, ami
tlie elect! I   tho lollowlng iifticirs
tiHik place".
Pn-riili-ni—l. .lohnston.
VleoPresitlcnlr-Saii) Brewer,
Scc.-Trcas.-C li. Kills,
IWrii-tois—Inili;.- Stalker, .1. C
l-itls, II. (I. Hamilton, John Jones,
Jos. Lake.
A resolution wns passed determining on tin- establishment nf an Agricultural Society fm the district
and a committee lor tho organtaatlon
was appointed. At a later date tho
committee held a meeting ami elected
tin* following provisional directors
Hon.    I'M siiiint   —
II.
Randolpl
llruce.
Yiiv-Picsiilcnl—.1.   1.
Ml
cKny.
Soc.-Trcas....T. ff. T
	
Committee—A.    Uiti
ni'.
.1. Jonoa
U. (1. Hamilton, 11   D
. Ki
rster, ,1ns
Lake, .1. C. Pitts.
Tin*    Woman's   Hospital   AW also
1«*M Uielc iilimial meeting, when very
i roatls wliitli were nearly broughl t<
| completion last lull uml which will
be puBltctl td completion) early iu the
Miisoii. This wtH result in giving
sun* direcl communication to markets by way ol the roads and will
open up new sections ot the country
for settlement. A splendid new
bridge has hern Constructed over the
Morse TuicI river In this neighbor-
h« od and work is being pushed oi
the swing bridge across the Columbia river at Spllllmachcen, When
these two bridges are completed they
will lorm thf only missing link
which has stood in the way ol tlu
use ul the new trunk road on thi
western side ol ihe Columbia rlvci
from Canal Flats to SpUlltnaohcen,
,i distance of eighty miles. This
road will form one of (he purls of
[the greal International highways
which aro being pushed through tne
mountains and will be an alternative
in the road on the east side of
tin- river and heretofore has been the
main one in existence. The construction ol other smaller roads is
also on the tapi/,
shortly More Christmas open air
ii.iKs were foriiKil on I.ukc Windcr-
im-ii- in whieh several em ling games
wero indulged in whieh a rink from
Cranbrook was pined against Athalmer and Wilmer. The general ice
mi the lake being very favorable the
opportunity was taken to "pin the
ice boating season with goml results,
runs lieing made from Windermere to
Athalmer and return, a distance of
Imir ami a hall miles each way, the
return trip being made In ten minutes. Interest was added lo the
winter sports by the running (ll
automobiles on the ice as  well.
Tho question ol winter sports in
ibis neighborhood Iins again received
a great Impetus by too reorganisation of the curling and hockey clubs
at Wilmer.      Oflicers elected ul    the
satisfactory   report
work  wore    read by the retiring
fleets, after   whieh the election of officers took   place, resulting In      lho
eleetion of Ibe following:
President-—Mi , It. <\. Hamilton.
Vico-Prcsldcnta—Mrs. I-'. (I. Stalker, Mrs. .1. C. Pitta. (He-presenting
their respective districts).
Ncc.-Treas.-Mis.   (Dr).   I'. W
nor.
Buyers-Mrs. P. ti. Ball, Mrs.
Ilunington.
if last  year's annual meeting of the Wilmer curling
Itaudnlpli
Stockdali
elous
Tliere are certainly
ings going on in     tlii
way of   providing Ira
Increasing   transputtatom    facilities,
The first in heal Importance is    tho
club were:
Hon. Presidents—K.
Unite and II. B, Korster.
President—.Judge Slalker
Vice-Presidents—P,      0,
(I. Stowart.
Nec-Treas.-W. II. Clelaml.
Chaplain...A. S. Moore.
Kxecuiive Committee--B,    A, Tim*
natliflel ,1. K.    Askwith, C. W. Held,
(Or).   It. s. Collins, EM. Hell.
I    A commodious curling rink has been
I erected in   which games are      lieing
rin.)played daily and the various      rinks
Tin
. t*.1Q - getting Into good condition.    At    a
nation ami m'1'"1 meeting it was decided tt
hold a bonspiel here and open air
rinks   lo he   established    tm    Lake
construction   of   tho Kootenay  ttfrP"jffmeM
tral railway, work on which is being "ditton
the winter      ami' amI ^'nd-'rmere that rinks will
s tin* word comes
continued    during
Irom reliable BOUI
be
It is expected that   in
to     rinks from Athalmer
also
present from Oolden and      Cran-
that   work   will    be pushed forward.
brook.        Invitations   are also being
with greater   expedition during    the'srtl1 nUt t0 Ca,gary' R^e-stoke and
coming spring and summer.   The lirst VwM'    ™ *-**•■•« Rjmra will
section of the line from Galloway to
Fort Steele, bas already boon opened
for the carrying of freight. In tin*
improvement of their railway the
('ornadian PacIAc have Introduced tho
use of the Lelograpbonc on this
.section of their main line ami arc
taking the jniiiiun steps for tie' installation of using oil fuel on    their
held oil   the l*iih of February
will continue   through the llilh
17th.
bc
and
and
engines. it is the!
-establish a depot foi
their oil nl Oolden.
Intention
ihe storage
The  provincial    governmenl       i
earning out    Iheii  road policy, Imv
laid the foundation   for
At the re-organization of the Wilmer Hockey club the following were
tho officers elected for this year:
l'ifsiiieiit-w. it. Clcland,
See.-Treas.—Dr. I). P. Haningtou.
Manager—Hugh Macdonald.
Kxcctitivr Committee—Judge Stalker, Anffll Macdonald, R, A. Tunuac-
lifle, II. C. piper, EM, Bell.
Some loeal games have been played
in   which   the aggregation from A th
ai trunk   aimer has been represented.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTIUCT.
DISTIUCT OF    SOUTH DIVISION,
KAST KOOTENAY. I
TAKE NOTIOE that. William Murdoch, of Flagstone, H.C., occupation
millman, intends to apply for per-
mission to purchase the following
described lands'.
Commencing at a post planted on
the south end ot an island iu the
East Kootenay river, and in a direct
line with the north line ol Blook
'•127, commencing at the said post
und cotitining along shore to point of
commencement.
William Murdoch.
Dated January Mil, 1912. 3-Afc
NOTICE.
NOTICE     IS   HEREBY     GIVES
that thirty days alter date, 1 intea*
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for j
license to prospect tor eoal and petroleum on the following lands, siluate in tho District of South East
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 45113;
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles east ol the 41 mile
post on the C.P.R. survey on, tho
west boundary ot Block 4503 and being the N.W. corner post of Wm. M.
Seal claim; thenee south 80 chains
tbence east 8(1 chains; thenco north
80 chains; tlience west 80 chains to a
point of commencement, making 04d
aeres, more or less.
Located this 16th day of November
111)1.
Boy Allen, Agent for
Win. M. Neai, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date, I inttt-.
to apply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands aud Works foi i
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands, situate in tlie District ot South East
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 4recommencing at a post plan let! at
ot near 4 miles east of the 43 mil-
post on the C.P.R. survey on tht
west boundary ot Block 45ft.' and being the N. W. corner post ot Bert E.
Palmer claim; thence south 8"
chains; thence east 80 chains; thenee
north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to » point ot commencement,
making tHO aeres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of November
Pill.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Bert E. Palmer, Locator.
Witness: .lohn Virgo. 2-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.
that thirty days after date, 1 intc*U
to apply to tbe Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works lot -
license to prospect tor coal and petroleum on the following lands, situate in the' District of South East
Kootenay, British Columbia,
Block 45r03:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles east of the 41 mile
post on the C.P.R. survey on tho
west boundary nf Block 4503 and being the S.W. corner post of Wm. M
Neai claim; thence north 80 chains,
tbence east 80 chains; thence south
81) chains; thenee west 80 eliains to
a point of commencement, making
iiiu acres, more oc less.
Located this Uith day of November.
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent (or
Wm. M. Neai, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5t
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hold
Room, witli lluilia.   'I'linni, in
every room
Burlier Slioimn llie prnmia**..
Thoroughly U|i-to-i|,te,
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
OEO. P. WKI.I.B, Proprietor
B. TOM KIN, Mur«er
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\ CHAS. S. PARKER
Siirmaur In f. T. P, I'KltUV
DRAYING AND
TRANSFEMIM
ACENTS FOR
THE IMPERIAL Olt GO.:
AND CALT COAL
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
Hint thirty days alter dale. 1 int«-
lo apply to the Hon. CliW Com-
!iiis,sliiiii>i of Lamls ami Works lot »
lin'iisi' to prosiHt't Inr coal nml pr.!*
roleum on the tnllnwiiiit lamls, siluate in llm Histrirl ol South Bail
Knot.'iiiiy. British t'olumhia, in
lilnck ,r,n:i:
Commonoing at a post planted at
nr near ,'i liiilus oast ot the l. mile
post on tlie C.l'.ll. survey on the
west, boundary nl Block triDH anil im-
ine, the K.K. corner post ol Harry
11. Walker claim; thenee north 80
chains-, thence west 80 chains; thenee
south 80 chains; thenee east 80
chains'; to a point ol commencement,
making 040 aeres, more or less.
Located this 15th day ol November,
lllll.
Uny Allen, Agent for
Harry II. Walker, Locator.     i
Witness: John Virgo, 2-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days alter date, I int**.
apply In tlm Hon. Chiel Commission, r nl Lands nnd Works loi .
license In prospect for cnal and pet-
il,nm nu the lollowlng lands, situ-
lr iu lho District ol South East
Knolenny, British Columbia, in
Block 'l!i«3:
Commencing al a post planted at
ir near 1 mllo easl ol llie 48 mile
pnst on tlie C.I'.H. survey; on the
west boundary ol Blook. 4*98 and be
ing the S.E. corner pnst ol .lohn
llaynes claim; thence north 80
chains; tlicnce west 80 chains, thence
smith 80 chains; thence east 80
eliains; (o a pnint nl commencement;
making 840 acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day ol November,
lllll.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
.liiiiu llaynes, Locator.
Witness: -Inliu Virgo. 2-!it
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
Hint thirty days alter dale, 1 inteai
to apply to the Hon. Chiel Commissioner ol Lands and Works Ini »
license to prospect lor coal and *^-
riileuni un the lollowlng lands, situate in tbo District ol South East
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 4983:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 milt* cast of the 43 mile
post en the C.P.R, sutvey on the
west boundary ol Blink 4593, and being the S. Vi. cornel pnst ol -lohn
llaynes claim; thence north 80
chains; tlicnce east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; llienre west 80
chains; to a point ol commencement,
making 040 acres, more or less.
Located this 19th day ol November
Hill.
Hoy Allen, Agent lor
John llaynes, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 3-5t
FOR SALE.-A pair ol good
sholts; almost new. Apply Box 5,
Herald office. 47-tI*
The Leading Business College
of tlie Northwest.
Where young people ean receive
a thorough business training.
•HORTHJaND.TYPEWRITINC, B00KKEEPINC
COMMERCIAL LAW, ETC.
Is ill suasion twelve liiuutlis in
tlie year.
No entrance examinations.
Uoaiil ami room at very reaaou-
aide rates.
We secure positions fnr our
students.
Our new iiemlliliilly illustrated
catalogue sent fiee upnu icijneal.
Write lor it NOW 1
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
lit A Madieon     -     SPOKANE
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ArchieWaller
Builder and
Contractor
Septic Tnnks anil Concrete
Work generally it
specialty.
;; Estimates   Freely  Given. %
w *
X
I
P.O. Box 346
!! Cranbrook, B.C.
i
F. S.   ROSSETER
A.M. Can.Soc. C. E,
Civil Engineer and Architect
Office over McCrecry Bros.
Telei hone 180
P. O. Bos 81
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days alter date, 1 inlet,
to apply to the Hon. Chict Commissioner of Lands and Works lox .
licenso to prospect tor coal and petroleum on tbc billowing lands, situate in the District ol South Kasl
Kootenay, British Columbia,
lilnck 4583:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles or 160 chains east
ul 37 mile pnst (I C.P.R. survey on
west boundary ol Block 4583 and being the S. K. corner post ol Mr.
Sellars Largey claim; tbence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; Ihence east
80 chains; to a point ol commencement,   making 610 acres,    more    or
ll"SS.
Located this lilh day ol November,
Till.
Boy Allen, Agent lor
Mi. Sellars Largey, Locator.
Witness: .lohn Virgo. 2--r.t
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A itliabUFiench itgulat.irMiever liiil-i. Thw
pilli art eiceediD-jly powerful iu rcgaUtltu tl.*>
■emtntlve portion ot lite lemaie nyMcm. Krf-.i'-c
all cheap imitations. Dr. da Tia'l are -< ■'. 1 nl
Ha box, or three fnr 110. Mailed t.i anv .uhlr.;-*.
Tha Ntell Draf Co., tt. tMharloca. Out
For tale tt nestle.  Murphy  &  Co.,
Dr. Maud's Female Pills
Nineteen Years the Standard
Preicribed nm) rvcummeii-itnl tor wo-
inon'i ailmemit, u HCientltScally pie*
pared remedy cf proven worth. The
remit from their uae In iiulckend permanent.   For nate at all ilrug etorei.
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Uppiiaite c.l'.tt. Station
THE PLACE TO  B«!T A
QUICK HEAL AN'
OOOD MEAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
Headquarters tor all kimls ot
Kepnira
Satisfaction Gtinraiilectl
JOE  MARAPODI
The Shoe Specialist
Provenzano Bros.
Ganaral Merchant.
Employment Agent,
CRANBROOK    •    B. C
r.0. I0XIM W0SU44
II yuo want latiifaction witb
your washing send
It lo
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Bpaclal price, lor family work.
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1 !
I     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
I I
•______*aa_r>a>j—
W. P. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor. Etc
Money to loan ou favorable term..
ORANBROOK.BRITISH  COLUHBU
I    SOCIETY AND CHURCH    ■
! DIRECTORY !
VII'. ROLLINS, Mgr.
Phone i Seymour T.i:!li
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BROS., Proprietor**
1221 Granville Street
VANCOUVER       -      B. C.
Two hundred oleKantly furnished rooms. Every modern
convenience. Elevator service. Cafe in connection. Rooms
$1.00 iter dny and upwards.
Up-country visitors lo tlio Terminal City will find evory
convenience nnd comfort at the Granville Palace, speciul
utti'iition being paid to Iheir wants.
HOME HOSPITAL
Kvory euro niul comlort
A liiitnii from  homo
Special attention In casoa ol
Mnturnity, Itliciimiiliain
nml i'liiMinioiiin
Tiinna   nuiilimitii
MRS. E. BENT. Matron.
IMS. KINli & ORI'liN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
lime, at lt..lil«c«,  Armstrong. **..
omcB hours :
Korcnooin t.llll to 10.110
Afternoons - - • 1.00 to 4.00
Evenings - - - 7.10 to 1.30
•Sumlays - • - - 1.90 to   4.10
CRANBROOK   I
■. O.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOtlRS:
I to 11 a.m.
1 to   t p.m.
7 to   a p.m.
Office in Ilnnson Hloek.
t'RANRROOK -      -       • B. C.
BC. LAND SURVEYORS
McVlTTIE    &    PARKER
Crimbrouk uml Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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J. Q. CUMMINGS   7
IRKIUVrillN KNlilNi:i:K
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND [
SURVEYOR
Ux!::*™ Cranbrook.
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,B.C. I
F. M. riACl'HERSON
UNDERTAKER
Nnrliury Ave, next lo City llllll
Uny I'linnc 133 Night l'hone :I05
J. T.   LAIDLAW
mining; engineer
B.  C. land Surveyor
CRANBROOK    -     B. C.
AsL for llalcyoo LITHIA WATEI
For family nae there ia nothing
an wliiileaotne mnl at, pure na
HALCYON LITHIA WATER
SOLD AT ALL BARS
ITS BOnLED AT THE SPIIN6S
W. B. Ba.Hr, Punml Dlraelar
Cranbnok B.C
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MUERNI1V   AND  PRIVATE   NURSING
Terms on Application,
MRS. A. SALMON,
Phono 2511 .Matron.
P. O. Box 845   Armstrong Ave
DENTISTRY
H. E. HALL, D. D. S.
Crown nnd llriilm, Work
u specialty.
Olfioo over P, Parks Hardware
Store, linker Strivl
Phono No. -J'.li)
DE VERE HUNT
INSURANCE ANI»  REAL ESTATE
AGENT
Van Homo Street   (o|i|ii,hile   |le|int)
FRANK DEZALL
Carries a lull Block of
DEERINC MOWERS AND
RAKES
and
MHORMICK MOWERS
Repair, lor shove always
in .lock
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol realotea a vaty nerve In th. body
r lo II, imiper tenaton ; reatmca
vi.n anil vitallly. Premature tlecav aail all aeanal
iv...ikne,a averted al once. NaMafcmal Will
nuke vmi 11 new man. Hilt. Maboa.tir l» I■•'
IV MaiM li, anv aililre.,. AahaaaUlrral
.".,K.<M*-rl._.Ool.
For sal* at Bcaltla-Marpby Co., Ltd.
mfh
Cranbrook     Lod|a,
JM \ EL       A.F. * A. u.
/T^A* Ilc^ulur ineeltngs OB
K«\ ' tlie third Tliursday
$ ol every month.
Visiting lirethren welcomed.
1). ,1. McSweyn, W.M.
.1. s. Peck, Secretary.
OitESOBN't Luuuii No. Sii
KNIQHTS  of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B, C.
Meets   every   Tneyilay at I p.m. at
h'niternity Hull.
T. 0. Jones, t', t).
.1. H, Boycs.K, ol IL N. S.
Visiting hretliren   cordially invlttS
to attend.
I'YTHIAN  SISTERS
EIDMLITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meet, lu   Fraternity Hall First and
Third Fridays.
T. Kruaer, I'.. V..
M. MacKinnon, M. It. and O.
Visiting sisters cordially invited.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 41
Meets every Monday
night at New Fraternity   Hall.    8e*
Jnurning Oddlcllows cordially Invltsd.
II. ,1. Rcitdall, W. M. Harris,
N. Q. Sec'-.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 12.
I.O.O.F.
Meets first and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A   cordial reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
Oflicers July 1st to December 31st.
(J. P.—H. Clayton.
Scribe—W. M. Harris.
MAI'l.E LEAF REBEKAH LODGE
No. 18.
.Meets erery second and   fourth WsS-
ncday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Kelirkabs cordially la-
Tltcd.
Miss Ada Ilickcnhottaam.N.O.
Miss M. llickcnbotliam, Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CUANBRDOK, 894.H
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ot each month at I
p.m. slinrp
Win. Henderson, CR.
A. Clark, jr., Bos 278, See'y.
Visiting brethren made welcoma.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first and
third Thursday ol each month at
3 p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu Ilayward, Rec. Sec.
IV. II. Me Fur lane, Chiel Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
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: Presbyterian eburcbij
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evening    service   at
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   and    Bible
Class at 3 o'clock
Presbyterian   tiutld, Tuesday,
At H o'clock
*******
: Baptist Church
Pastor, II. S. Speller.
Parsonage, Norbury Avenue.
'Phone.  281.      P. O. Boi 117.
Regular Services:—Sunday, 11
a.m.     and    7.90   p.m.;    ilible
, School    with     Young   Indies'
Plillcthea    and    Young   Ilea's
Ilible Class, I p.m.
Monday, Young Peoples', I
; p.m.
Wednesday, Mid Week Meeting,
A cordial Christian welcoma
to all.
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! ICRANHKOOK-I liKNIli
1-AKMIiKS* INSTITUTE
I'M-ni-lfM : T. b. lim.
iStniretttry: N. Macihinaiu
Fur lliltiriimltnii iPuiinliiiK IniiiIk
ami   agri-uUura   ui'i'ly   tu ilio
Kecieiary, Hiiinliruuk, 11. C.
Mooting—
Every fi-roini \VLHhivntlay
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i'nti'iiii tiikpn tl.rouih iiurtn * I
tjxetolrittcr, *lllimit«ti«ra0, lutri*
Scientific JUnerican.
A ti-.tiilfi'iii-'v llln»tr*ilrHl wr*>**ly.    ljtrj*«t dr.
. lll'lllnli   n!   nil-   l-.lfllllllr*   ]iiil!li.ll.      Itlins   tut
Can ."lit, (Mr. i. teet* ImmUkd preiMld.   r*u\4 vg
kll l*w*lml. l_ THJS   CRANBROOK IIKRALI)
Music in the Home
Nothing (rives more pleasure to homo life tliim kooiI
music, nnd no music is bettei than that givun by the
Edison Phonograph and Victor Oramaphonc
With one ot thoso machines you rain lionr tlio best
Artists ot Europe nml America in your own homo nt u
nominal price.
Edisons from $19.50 to $200.00
Victors and Viclrolas from $20.00 to $150.00
RECORDS
We carry tlie iiinst iploto stoek of Edison antl
Victor Records in B. O. nnd enn supply you with any
Ki'i'iinl published.
Cull in mid bear your favorite singor or .Musicinn.
Ask un nboul lerms.
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The ftoXcJllL Store
WHERE   IT  PAYS  TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B. C.
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If You
Are Interested in
WATCHES
This a<l id for you. Jf you own a
good watch, you can afford to
,.*■■« it l>y, BUT NOT O THE It WISH,
Became If you intend buying, it
in important that yon lmy tight.
Yon haven't very many makes to
choose between. There tire just
a few really high-grade walcl ea
made. Among lliem nro lliofi)
w* aro waiting to kIiow you.
Waiting to point out their point**
of superiority, i'ull und let's
denioiiftratc.
W.H.Wilson
m JEWELER   AND j
% OPTICIAN M
Miss Ethel Brenton, of Movie,
( camo up Wednesday to take treat*
! inent at the St. Eugene hospital.
j V. Bray, of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce, was transferred to the
coast  ami left on   Saturday's Flyer.
Born.—At the Home hospital on
Friday, January 19th, 1912, to Mr.
and Mrs. (\ Tyler, a son.
The Women's Institute arc rfving a
Valentine Social in tlw Carmen's hall
on February llth. Everybody come.
; Leap year. i
Mr. nntl Mis. Kd. Slater arc chap-
I eroiiing a party of young people on a
! sleigh riiie to Fort Steele this
1 evening to attend the dance.
It Pays
To Bear in Mirvd
Tlmt repairs of bigli-olass
workmanship ran be obtained
at our Btore ai reasonable
prices.   Try uh ami be i'oii-
Villl'l'll.
GRADUATE OPTICIANS
THE
RAWORTH BROS.
O. P. II. Watch  ItiHptctoiH
CRANBROOK ANO LETHBRIDGE
three weeks. Mis man) friends hero
will learn u [th regrei ol lu-* ile
parture as he 1ms always been obliging and courteous ami is a favor-
lie with the patrons oi that financial Instrtution.
At a meeting (if the Voting People's
Guild o[ Knox ' burcli on Turadaj
evening, it was decided in have t
social sleigh drive next Tuesday even
ing for the members of the Guild
and their friends. Tbc detailed arrangements were lefl with Uie Boclal
comtniitteo.
An alarm of lire was turned in on
Friday night, calling flu- departmeni
to a shack neat the Presbyterian
church, owned by Harrj Fulljomes
Someone had bulll a big fire in a
stove and then h-Et It, The fire was
soon extinguished tint tliu Interior of
Un* liiiiiding was f'jiifh burned.
Siaterville residents nre looking
for summer, a robin havinn made lis
appearance there last Friday, according to Mr. J. Slope.
Cranbrook, Irade licenses for 1 ■*12
were due and payable on January
15th. Chief Dow would appreciate
the early attention of license holders
, to their renewals.
TOWN TOPICS
■ 1. (>. Boyle.
Burnt and Co,
business firms
I itirdav.
representing    It. O,
was getting a line on
and    credits hen* Sa*
iinuiiceuictils next week.
Miss Hazel Cooper, of Kent, Washington, arrived on last night's Flyer
for a visit with her sister, Mrs
J. o. Ingham.
A meeting of the Ovor-Seas Club
is called for Wednesday evening,
January -list, at the committee
room, Y.M.CA. |
Edwin Ismay, of Fernie, has purchased the residence properly of E.
II. .MelMiee and will move to Cran-]
brook about February 1st to reside,
lie is connected with the Davis Hros.'
Electric Co., Ltd. j
J. II. Hamilton, graduate of Ontario College of Pharmacy, has secured a position with the Cranbrook
Drug ami Hook company as dispenser, lie will arrive the first of
next week.
T. B. O'Connell, inanaji-r of the
Royal Hank of Canada, has heen con-'
fined to his home this week, the result of an attack of heart trouble :
It is hoped tbal he will soon recover   without:  serious complications
Cranbrook; fruit formers bate already placed large orders lor nursery stock    with the various nursery
bouses of lhe province for delivery
this spring, when several hundred
acres will be set out In trees and
small fruits.
a mooting ui all citi/i-ns tnterc!
In   the     work ol     temperance
moral reform will be    held In
school   room   nl Knox    church
Monday evening, January   20th, c
o'clock.      Then* arc Important pi
loms to be discussed, among whlcl
the   sending of   a delegate to
large temperance   convention to
hehl   in Vancouver   on Fobruary
Oflicers of  the Cranbrook Moral
Social Reform Council will also
elected for the current year.
Constant rehearsals are being   1
for    the  production of  tho Com
Girl,    The  principal characters l
their parts     well in hand    and
chorus   under the   di reef ion of
Loubaob rapidly   roudlng   into tu
Mr. Ingram is   drilling lhe oi'cbci
and special efforts arc being made
the scenery and costumes. This m
cal    comedy   will   he   presented
February   0th and     7tli    and
public assured of a musical treat.
Jas.    Fiulay, of   Bellevuc,    Alta.
was here this week on business.
T. Boycr, of Kelson) was visiting
iu Cranbrook this week.
pussy willows are in bloom southwest of ihe city.
\\   J. Byron, ol Porl Steele,    was
in Uh* eily Monday.
Bed Rose   Tea,    the  old favorite,
sold by Ward aud I lai ns.
Duncan Mil..tin. Un nlghl policeman, bad   his lefl aim broken     this
week, ihe lestill of nn accident.
Mis. Watson Hall will receive lot
tbe first   time    Thursday, Fehrwarj
lsl.
Thomas Bates,     Ine   warden        ol
Moyle,    was   at  tin* Royal   hotel
Tuesday,
(i w Donahue, oi Wardner, was
among tho week's visitors In lhe
city.
A.   ('. Pye is around again    after
j an illness ol a few days.     Mrs. I've
j has also been indisposed for n tew
I-nays.
Pickles' Pickles! A full line ol
Crosse and HlackweH's, Hein* and
Red Cross al Ward and Harris. i
Mi. and Mrs I. Downing, hotel
'proprietors if     Athalmer. aceompat.
inl bj Jas. Vnderson, Jock Allen and)
i James   Downeen, formed a parts    id
un business iisitois Tuesday.
si. s. Teet, secretary of the vmi
\ .   is   confined to   bis   borne   this
week, having burs!   a i»Iihm1     vessel
in  his tfiroat lasl Pridaj   He is |m-
| proving     and expects  .<>   return to
' his duties soon.
i — '
j Robert Stephens, who has been eon-
' duct ing Ibe Y.M.CA. restaurant,
I will be superseded by Mi   Clark next
week.        The change was made       ity
Un- directors of Hn* association,        (
j The Shamrock Dramat ic Sodct y
are anang'ng ti slap- a drama on
SI Patiiek's Day for the benefit of
tin* Catholic church.     Complete    an-
_ I
When given as soon as the croupy
cough appears Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will ward oft an attack of
crcup and prevent all danger and
cause of anxiety. Thousands of
mothers use it successfully. Sold by
all dealers. l-tf
At Ihv Cranbrook Cigar store the
winners of tin finals in the billiard
(oumomenl recciwl their prizes
Monday night First prize, Win.
Huntley, billiard cue; second prize,
Herbert Miller, clock, third prize, J.
Robinson, pipe.
New nie escapes have arrived and
will be placed on tne public school
building Immediately. They wil*
enhance the children's safety in case
ol im* bul would only lie needed In
■freai emergency, as tbo ordinary
exits ai - » Wc snd easy of access,      ,
Captain Stride "f the Salvation
\iin\ is looking forward to tho
special ms t nf Major and Mis. Oreen
to t'ranbrook on February 7th and
sth, as an occasion uf great Importance, ll is planned lo give a welcome social m the Army citadel,   lo
Which evi-Miiiii' is unite*!.
J, w   McKee, accountant of     the
Impel ial bau*>, has     been transferred
to Toronto ami will leave    iu about
At the Inquest inio the cause of
the death of James McCnllimi hist
week the finding was n*iiinst the
C.P.R. The funeral was held from
the Presbyterian church Saturday
afternoon autl the remains shipped to
Truro, Novo Scotia. The order of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen attended the funeral in a
body.
Bo you know that Fully nine out of
every ten cases ol rheumatism are
simply rheumatism of the muscles
duo to cold or damp, or chronic
rheumatism, ami require tm Internal
treatment whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely and set* how
quickly it gives relief. For sale by
all dealers. l-tl
The twelfth general meeting oi
the western branch of the Canadian
Mining Institute will he opened nl
Vancouver, British Columbia, on
Thursday morning, February 25th,
wben routine business will he transacted ami, among others, several
papers having particular reference to
ihe coal mining Industry will bo
read and discussed. All members of
tlie Canadian Mining Institute in
gootl standing residing in Western
Canada and the neighboring parts of
the United Stales are, by virtue ol
such membership, also members of
il»* Western branch. Members are
earnestly requested to make an effort to attend the ensuing meeting,
ami are cordially invited t,, contribute papers; also, io kindly notify
the secretary that Ihey will do «", if
such Ih* iheir Intention.
Mrs. Margaret Bennett died at her
home in this city on Sunday afternoon at I.*'bi o'clock from Ik an fail
ure, after an illness of several
months, The funeral occurred Tuesday at ID o'clock at Christ church,
lhe service being conducted by Rev.
K.  P,  Flewclltng.        Deceased was   19
years of age. ami besides the husband, six children arc left to mourn
ber loss- They aie Misses Addle,
aged 12. Oclestia, aged 19; Martha,
a||*d Di, Delphiue. aged 8; and William, aged 18, and Samuel, aged 11,
alt residing in Cranhrook. The
father, W. C. Bennett, is employed at
Wilmer.     The family has resided    in
Interesting News of
Substantial  Savings
on Seasonable Goods
The Spring GooiU are now arriving anil we realize thai
we mast force the merchandise from sdiih! departments to
make room.    This advertisement cannot begin lo (ell yon of
the important f this news to you,      Von must come to the
store and see for yourself.
Desirable Furs at Paltry
Prices
Mink Nr
k Plet'O uf I
ie wide
Btvk',
.•null' from i
elected,
Li. null
■kins,
ally nun. i.ii
78 for	
$60
lY-r.iaii
.mull   aet   o
liuely
niili'il
in Willi a ric
ilUBtre.
P.!'Bill
l.utnliiaiimi-
in greal
(Ionian
1    llllll    tlm
market
hIiowb
i alt'iiilv in.-
reape in
price   Hoguiiir
fnis.no for	
$53
Marmot,
FOX, OjlllSHIIII, till'V
l.umli
Hub at Bin
ilar re
tl actio
ia.
Ladies
Suits, Coats and
Millinery
All lilg
scaaon'B
Tlieto |.
a'o v:
tig" K-
moitappi
ions tell
nill in th,.
.inl slylia,
llielr   on n
l-'.'i Suits
*i'llillU' ut
Vl l.llli
Sis Suit"
.oiling at
910.5D
*l 1.95
* il.OII
Hill   gO   Hi
■ anil Mil
*'S   THAN
!»l'i.:i'
aellingm
115 Coal
selling at
All ml*
aiinlla
linerv
HALF
iiiantli-*
redncttoi
AT   I.K
PRIOR,
CLOTHING FOR BOVS THAT WILL STAND ROUGH
WEAR-EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
Tlman prices moan Hi it ynn nre snttiiiij Iluys' Clothing al better vuliioa tli in ynn over bought it b.foro. Our ink-,"* alway.com'
inreil f.iv.i ably with any jirinos un clothing anil ni ilios.- price. wo
are now offering vmi should t.ika full iiilvntitagoof this occasion.
C? iU   Boys'Suits ol good **» o-   Boys' Overconts In
•P**.™ sturdy fabrics rogn- «jM.O"J   drossy styles worlil
l"rl.v 1" i I ill **'.-'"> iiliil >:: OO. regularly 11 60, fi.OO and fB BO
«i rtC   Siyiish, null miidi'
<?^-y*f siills In brown nml *t"i 9*»  'm* <'  '"'   ''"'*
grey tweetls also in bluo sergoa •)«*•*>«*  apeulal   price   on
iii'li plain nml bloomer ihuhh. slyll.li coats made uiili good
regularly priced at fB.60, (tl.ro llttliig milium collars worth
and (7.00. Irom fritnm 0 80.
: McCreery Bros, j
• Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores •
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BEALE & ELWELL \
Have installed a set of ♦
DEPOSIT BOXES    \
which arc offered to the public at
moderate rental, either monthly
or yearly. Your inspection is
invited.
Also some funds have been
lett with them by clients for investment in first mortgages or
other good security.
CALL AT OUR NEW OFFICES IN THE HANSON BLOCK
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, was served ami    dancing Indulged In
fur "pveral hours.       Al!     report   _
Cranbrook    lor    several   years.       A
j large eircle til friends join     in    tbeir
I sorrow  ami   bereavement.      Mrs. W. j most enjoyable time.
! It. Bardgett,   of Ibis city, is a sister] ——
i  Un* deceased.
Medicines tbat aid nature are always most eflccttml. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy aits on this plan. It
allays Uie cough, relieves tlie lungs
opens tbc secretions and aids nature
iu restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Thousands have testtflo
to its superior excellence. Sold by
all dealers. l-tl
j When buying a cough medicine fot
children bear in mind that Chamberlain's (V ugh Remedy is most effectual
for colds, croup and whooping tough
unit tlmt n contains no harmful
drug,   For sab* by all dealers.      l-tl
j Lady oui nursing [maternity cases!
I wishes engagements; housework
children no object.
393.
Apply p. O. Box
3-3t
w*e wish to inform our customers that wc have
received a
Large New Stock of Harness
In Team, Driving, and Express
The Driving we have in all prices and in both black and
tan colors. It would pay to look our stock over before
buying elsewhere.
We also have received a new stock of SUIT
CASES, H*\ND GRIPS AND TRUNKS, and our
stock of CUTTERS Is complete, and worth looking
over. Prices range from $45.00 to $65.00, why not
buy your wife, daughter or son a new Cutter for Xmas.
Thanking our customers for all past favors and
soliciting a continuance of the same.
CRANBROOK TRADING GO.
LIMITED
Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies, Carriages, Saddlery,
Implement?, Harness Repairing
AUDITORIUM   :
•TUESDAY NIGHT:
JANUARY 30th.
J. Cosgrove Presents The
: Castle Square Entertainers •
The most versatile Male Quartette in
America, known from Atlantic to Pacific for
years as the Lincoln Comedy Four.
A real good night's entertainment in store
for all who can come.
A Guaranteed Attraction.
• PRICES: $1.00, 75c. 50c 2
A very Important matter for the WANTED.—Situation In lumbei of-
several churches concerned, as well as lice as stenographer ami Invoice clerk
Canada at large, is the vote of thoroughly experienced; Al reference,
members and adherents of Ihc Molho-j Applj Box. X, Herald office. I-lt
diet*, Presbyterian and Congregational —■
churches on the question ■»( union WAITED.—Thoroughly competent
between these bodies. This question! housekeeper for period of three
has been before these chtuehes for months Apply II. II., Herald ol
several years, and has been Ibc occa-1 flee. 2-tf
sion  of a great deal of argument and ——
discussion.       Already tbe eler.yimti     WANTED AT   ONCE^-Tcami   fm
•f    these  churches in tin* respective j hauling
olifelrme
have voted wiih a major- Lumbei ''»
ity in favor. It musl now come
before the people wlm will Dually
decide the issue. Rev, C. O. Mam.
of Knox Presbyterian church, will
lake ibis     as bis theme nexl    Sun-
Apply at  Wattsburg
tt'altsburg. B.C.      4-U
ROOM     KOR
■niltabic fm     ni
Vddresfl Bos !».,
KKNT —With ball..
f or iwo gentlemen.
Herald 1-lt
I .
day evening ami    endeavor
forth  the    considerations    of    both' Apply to .Mr
sides.     It will be his aim to till tbe street.
place of a judge addressing    the congregation as  the jury in this import-!   TO   HENT
seij   pon   RENT.—Poiir roomed bouse.
1 oh a Leask,    Maker
:i-2t
I
-Well  heated furnished
nul judgment.     All Presbyterian eon-'room with   all conveniences,
gregatlons    must   vote on this ques- Mrs. .lohn Tanner, phone .120.
tion before    March;    tin* Mettwdlsta 	
will vote later  on.      Ballots    willi   FOR    RENT.—Verj   l.irji*
shortly be Issued  for tho verdict    of house,   suitable for furniture,
the Cranbrook    congregation.     Both! feed,   etc.,    flO per month.
members and adherents will bo asked [ Herald ofllce.
to v. te but on separate ballot*. —-
Appl>
i-lt
V.i'.C-
liamis,
Apply
«•*._•
Kd. Elwell, ot ihe firm o! Bealfl
ami Elwell, was in Wycllffe Wednesday on business.
Mrs, Oeo It. Leask was hostess for
a merry parly ol twenty young
people on Tuesday night, driving     a
four horse sleigh load   lo the Mission'hand heating stmc
uml return.        Aftei  the rule supper Herald.
FOR SALE CHEAP.-Ow (hat-
ham Incubator* -!"><* eg**, capacity, ami
two PeeflfiM incubators, 800 egg capacity each, and two brooders, All
as good as new. Apply K. H. Slater, eily. 2-lt
KOR BALK CHEAP.—Two second*
Address Hox D.
NOTICK TO THE PUBLIC.
I am now prepared to put up ice
for shipment at reasonable price.
All orders will Im*. given prompt attention,
A. CI. McFarlane,
Moyie, B.C.
(City drayman) 2-4t
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS HKKKHY OIVKN
that thirty days after date, 1 inttai
to apply to the Hon. Chief Corcr
missioner of Lands ami Works fur a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on   the following lands, nun-
le In the District of South East
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles cast of the 37 mile
post on the C.P.H. survey on west
boundary of Block .098 and being
the S, .V. corner post of Mr. Sellars Largey claim, thence mirth 80
bain-*! tliencc east SO chains; thenco
south 80 chains, thence west SO
eliains; to a point of commencement,
making 0-10 acres, more or less.
Located this 6th day of November,
HUI.
Hoy Allen, Agent for
Mr   Sellars Largey, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-it
NOTICK,
NOTICK IS HKHKH*. GIVES
thut thirty days after date, I n.leki
to apply to Uw Hon. Chief Commissioner "f Lamls an**. Works fur a
license to prospect for coal and pct-
lolvuin on the lollowlng lamls, situate In tl.e District of South East
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
ot near 2 miles or 160 chains east
of 37 mile post of C.P.R. BUrvey on
west boundary of Block 1593 sod being
the N. W. corner post ol Mt. Sellars
Lai gey clainr. thenee BOUtb bO
chains, thence east 80 chains, tliencc
north 80 chains, thence west SO
chains, to a point of commencement,
making tifo acres, more or less.
Located this 6th day of November,
HI.
Hoy Allen, Agent for
Mr. Sellars Largey, Locator.
Witness. John Virgo. 2-5t
NOTICK.
NOTICE    LS   HEREBY    OIVEN
;U: thirty days alter date, I .-._*-->
to apply to tbe Hon. Chief Com-
missioner of Lands and. Works toi »*
Itoeose to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the following lands, situate in the District of Soulb Ban
Kootenay, British Columbia, in
Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles east of tbe 43 mile
post on the C.P.R. survey 0n tbe
wesl boundary of Block 45!*3, and be*
in-? tf»e N. W corner post of Harry
If Walker claim, tbence south 80
chains, thence east SO chains; thence
north 10 chains, thence west 80
chains, to a point ol commeccemen',
making 610 acres, mere or less
Located this 16th day of Noveffljber,
1911.
Hoy Allen. Agent for
Harry II. Walker, Locator.
Wi-ness: John Virgo. 2-5t
NOTICK.
NOTICK is HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days aftei date, I ii.uai
to apply to the Hon. Chief Conr
missioner of Lands and Works for s
license t<» prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands, situ-
fn the District ol South Kast
Kootenay. British Columbia, in
Block 4.793:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 mlki <■: IM chains east
of 87 mik- post ol c.i'.H. surrey tm
west boundary of Block I5M and being the S. W, corner pent of Mr.
Sellars Largey claim; tbenr.* north
vi chains, thence east wi chains;
Ihence   south 80 chains, thenee    tt*-st
80 chains, to a point of commencement, making 110 aires, more nr
less.
Located this 9th day ol November,
1111.
Roy Allen, Agent f„r
Mr. Sellars Largev, Locator.
Witness   John Virgo 2-5t
NOTICE,
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date, I ir>Ua-i
to apply to the Hon. Chief Com-
mlssionel of Lands and Works for *
licenso to prospect for coal and t*-*'-
roleum on the following lands, attests In the District of South Last
Kootenay, llritish Columbia, in
Block 4593:
Commencing al a post planted at
r near 2 miles or 160 eliains east ol
37 mile post nf C.P.R. survey en
west boundary of B.Ock 1513, ami tn*-
niR the N. K. errner post of Mr.
Sellars Largey claim; thence south
so chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 8ii chains, ihence cast
nit chains, to a point of commence*
merit,    making fil" acres, more      01
less.
Located Uril fith day of November,
I»ll.
Hoy Allen, Agent foi
Mi   Sellars Large-.. Locator.
Uili.es*  John Vilgo Mt
Hox I) .
4-11'
Home made candy U cents per tit-
Saturdays other dsys 19 cents.—
The I'alm. THE   OBAKBBOOK   HERALD
China and Crockery
==Bargains==
5c, 10c and 15c Counters
Loaded with useful China
and Crockery Articles, Cups
and Saucers, Mustard Pots,
Tooth Pick Holders, Mugs,
Pictures, Vases, Salt and
Pepper Dishes, Preserve Dishes, Plates, Lemon Squeezers,
Brushes.
Regular prices from 10c to
35c, all tabled at
5c, 10c and 15c
8_   Cranbroofc Co-Op erative Stores, ud.
■
duds of we
1
ni MKitoi s  iiKiMiins   i.scoru
A01NO FOR   Fit I IT  AMI
MINING   IMHSTUIKS.
Rossland, It. l\, .Inn. 18.—Im
portant resolution , includinn one
presented bj the Movie bonrd of
trade, urging ihai iIn- Dominion governmenl Impose an Imporl dutj of
*S2 per thousand on rough lumber,
ami aiioihei presented hj iIn- Nelson
hoard requesting Hi.' 'pvernmetrl to
open posi olliee lobbies to bos holders
on Sundays, tverc passed at tlie lour-
teeftth annual meeting ot the Associated Hoards oi Trade of K.islini
British Columbia, w bich assembled
yesterday m Itossland courl house
under the president?) of Mr. I**. \.
Starkey of Nelson.
Other resolutions adopted urged the
establishment of experimental (aims
in the soulheasl pari ol tlie province* nmt io| ovei parties holding
fog-driving licenses; a ta i shnrc of
pubHcitj ami advertising for Hmish
Columbia, ami a mail clerk service
on the Nelson-Kuslu l ardo route.
Another resolution declared Dial n-
dui-in ii in ilu- duties on frull would
work hardship iu lhe province.
Nelson also urged 'li* construction
ol loads from Nelson to Ainsworth
via Balfour, ami to Sloean City, in-
eluding a bridge ovei Kootenay river
ta Ymir, and these were concurred in*
Tlie convention adopted resolutions
by Creston advocating a road from
Kuskanook to Crnnbrook, and tho op-
point-men! ol an engineer to t-rspiiro
into the [eosibllll y of reclaiming
thirty thousand an.' ol laml iu the
Creston Valley, now stibjmi to the
annual overflow.
Saves Worry,  Saves Money,
Saves the Hair.
If you want to free your head ol
dandrufl and stop falling hair, you
must sooner or later resort to Newbro's llerpicide.
By using llerpieide first you save
yourself worry, which is desirable,
you save money, which is a consideration, and you save your hair,
which is Hie most important ol all.
Why not profit by the experience of
Mrs. S. A. Lee, of 110 South 4th
St., Richmond, Va., who writes:
'■•Four years' residence in India
ruined my hair until it was but two
Inches ions and very thin, 1 tried
-very tli ing In Europe and America
without benefit until 1 was Induced
use llerpicide. My hair is now
long, soft and silky and natural
color, while befmc-it was quite gray.
My friends never lire of admiring my
tiuir."
Mrs. Leo's story is a typical history of holt troubles. Alter everything else rails Newbro's Herpicido
brings relief. It would be just as -l-
feobivo if used first.
Newbro's llerpieide kills the dandruff germ ami prevents falling hair,
ll .slops itching of the scalp almost
Instantly. No matter what ihe.
claims of others, llerpieide is the
only genuine original dandrufl germ
tle.vi royer.
om* dollar .size bottles guaranteed.
Sold by all druggists. Applications at good barber shops.
Send Hie. for .sample bottle to The
llerpieide Co., Dept. IL, Detroit,
Midi.
I tealt it-Murphy Co., Ltd., Special
Agents.
Rossland submitted a resolution
urging that steps be taken lo insure
Ci- public against the -dangers ol
adulterants iu food aud thai a ('ana
dlan national highway in- built from
ih,> Atlantic to the Pacific.
Vmong the delegates were:   Nelson
William Cunliffe, c. K, Mcllardy   ami
W.   0.    Foster;      Creston,   O.A.M
Voting and Guy Lowenburg; Rossland,
I. S. Dosehnmps.   J.    S.   C. Fraser
land L.    A.   Campbell;    Fort Steele,
IA.  11.    Fenwick;   Kaslo,  II. (iiegerich
1 and    .1. I.   Itetallaek;   Trail,   11. IL
Stewart and    T.   W. Ilingay; Moyie,
.'.   \. McKay.    Among others    present were Captain J, V. (lore, superintendent   W. 0.    Miller, H. W. Drew
and C.     IL   Marker, of Nelson; J. U.
McDonald,   W.    0. Tainan and Chas.
A. Peters, ol    Itossland; II. ll.    Cur-
rie, Nelson,    publicity secretary, and
J,   Kemp,    acting   secretary of     the
Associated Boards.
After routine business the president's address was read and a vote ol
thanks unanimously passed to him.
First Vice-President Oeigericb in his
address said the past year had not
In en particularly prosperous lor tbe
districts represented by that body,
although the clouds that hovered over
the southern Kootenay bail not
passed away anil Ihey hail reason to
hcllcvo that tbe Kaslo-SIoeuu district would in the near future have
adequate railway facilities, mid a
number ol mines would enter the active shipping lists again and would
bring prosperity tf, the whole countrj. In lhe district represented by
the Kaslo board, deeper development
was tin* order of the day, many properties entering the smmtl stage ami
proving on* bodies at depth. It was
hoped some solution ,,( the perplexing
nine problem would be reached whereby the cosl would nol be so greal as
io exclude exploitation of modcrnte-
si/e 1< w-grade ore bodies.    Tbe Dom-
»♦♦♦♦*■>»♦♦•»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦»«
Big Clearance Sale of il
HEATERS
/<L~l'-   vJ
i grc, :r!-._sr
"ij'       ' i'~*
* &>*■'■ i *
* £--%;    ■
We want the room.
Look at these Bargains
{19.00 Heater now $14.25
18.00    •*      •' 14.00
15.00    •'      " 12.00
12.00    "      " 7.80
7       00      " 4.85
V
Come in and See Them  ',
J. D. McBRIDE
: Cranbrook B.C.
Phone 5
************* *****
I
BARGAINS
Just a Few More Days of REAL, GENUINE BARGAINS
in all Departments of our Store. Our Sale has been very successful
up to date.       So come in and get busy this week.
NOTICE!
Our store will close on Wednesday, January 31st at \\ o'clock for
Stocktaking and if we find enough left to make a decent showing, wil'
open up as usual on Thursday, February 1st.
In ion government was to he asked tc
appoint a special committee lo consider tlie lead-zinc industry from a
commercial standpoint and to assist
it by a proper taeifl or bonus, or
both. The lead bounty, which was
of great assistance to that Industry,
expired in June, 1018, and while it
was generally understood that a
tariff commission was to he appointed by the Dominion government
at lhe present session, it was the
opinion <il the mine owners that the
work of a general tarifl hoard could
not well Im* completed in time to
have their (hidings acted upon before
tin* lead bounty expired. So it was
deemed urgent for a special tariff
commission to examine into lead ami
/iue mining aud privilege ol smelling
ore In bond.
The fruit industry was making
great strides, the lumber Industry iu
the Kaslo tlistriet wus rather Inactive. With an agreement that ensured a continuous c<al and coke
supply for the smellers and mines,
an encouraging condition of the
mint's, 1:1 ii.il prices (or silver, lead and
copper, an assured market at good
prices for all fruit they could raise
ami a continuous growing market lot
their lumber, there was a bright outlook for tbe glorious Koolenays.
The eleel ion of oflicers resulted as
follows:
President—F. A. starkey.
Vice-President—H. (iiegerich.
Secretary-Treasurer—A. It. Mackenzie.
It was recommended lhal a wagon
load be construct til frriti the north
mi I of   Kootenay lake to Wmdermerc
by way of Karl (Jiry Pass. The formation of rural telephone companies
was agreed to, support being given
the 1'osslaml proposal ihat the British Columbia Telephone company be
unified by tin* government tit const met immediately a line lietwceli
Ibis Section niul tltt* ll.iutid.iiv (owns,
io do away with the leas*,d line
service through Washington.
A uniform boiler inspect ion act was
proposed by Rossland and agreed to.
Trail forwarded a resolution that
in order Ihat Canadian gold unci stiver Ih* used for coining purposes th •
Dominion government be requested to
purchase gold and silver at Trail on
(be same basis as the Fulled
Slates purchases these metals at
Seattle und Helena, thereby preventing the exportation of gold and silver to tbe states.
It. II. Stewart, general manager ot
the Consolidated company, said thai
belter prices can Ih* secured from
China ami .lapau than Irom Ottawa
The charges are twelvp rents an
ounce for jtdd to Seattle am! thrcc-
qiiartcn ol a Cent an ounce (or silver
to Ottawa, be said, ami dcclareil a
heavy charge is made for silver.
•I S. ('. Fra/ier said the governmenl had already m-ngnl/cd the
principle by establishing an essst, olliee at Vancouver and that they could
do tbe same with Trail, as the
gold was refined there. Tlie resolution was unanimously accepted. A
subsequent motion passed tbat the
mining delegation bring the matter
before the government.
ff. (1. Foster, ol Nelson, advocated
a combined plan of publicity lor
West Kootenay, the lloundary districts and Kast Kootenay. A eom-
iiiliter was appointed to formulate a
plan.
Votes of th.mks and appreciation
were passed to It. <\ McBride and
tho provincial government tor promptly having Ibe Kaslo-Sloeati railway
opened again; to the Dominion    gov
ernment, for granting $3(1,000 for a
survey of the Columbia river; to
ihe Itossland board ot trade and the
Itossland Commercial club lor entertaining the delegates, and lo tbe
president and vlcc-prcsidcnl and secretary of lhe convention. Alter
closing in the afternoon the delegates
\isitni the local mines.
Fori Stifle was   chosen for    next
year's convention.
LACONIA SAILED SATURDAY
nisiies nourishment to the hair roots
and acts so quickly that people are
amazed.
And remember, it destrcys the
'dandruff germ, the little pest that
saps the life that should go to tlie
hair from tbc riots.
SALVIA is sold hy The Cranbrook
Drug and Hook Co. under a positive
guarantee to cure Dandruff, stop
Falling Hair and Itching Scalp iu
ten -days, or money hack. A large
hot Ite costs 50c, The word "SALVIA" (Latin for sage) is on every
bottle.
The "Laconia," the new t'unardei
built primarily for the Dos ton-Liverpool trade, left Liverpool last Saturday on her maiden trip for New
York, from which port she makes u
cruise to the Mediterranean before
entering the Itosti u service, on March
30th.
The "Laconia" was launched «Iuty
27, 1911, and next to tlie "Mauritania," she and her sister ship the
"Frai.conia" are the two largest
ships that have ever been constructed on the river Tyne. The
leading dimensions of lhe '•Laconia"
are !!_"> feet in length, 72 feet
breadth; her gross tonnage is about
18,100, nnd her displacement 25,000
ions. To .I'M to the comfort ol
passengers hy increasing the steadiness nf Hu. ship, Frahm's anti-rclling
Links have been installed.
MAKES HAIR (IHOW.
The I ranbrook Drug and Hook t'o.
has an iuvigorator tbat will grow
hair or money back.
The time to take care rf yonr hair
is   whin vou have  hair to take care
of.
I If your hair is getting thin, gradually falling out, it cannot he long
before   the spot appears.
The greatest remedy to stop the
hair from falling Is SALVIA, the
(treat American Hair Grower, first
discovered in   Knglai.it. SALVIA fui-
DISSOIATION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
that the partnership heretofore existing between us, the undersigned, as
Oeorge It. Leask and Company in
the City of Cranbrook, Province ol
liritisli Columbia, bas this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts due lo the said partnership are to be paid to Oeorge It.
Leask at- the City of Cranbrook, B,
('., aforesaid, and all claims against
the said partnership are to Im* presented to tlie said Oeorge R. Leask,
by whom the same will Ih* settled.
Dated  at tbe    City of  Cranbrook
this 20th day of .lauuary, 1012.
Oeorge It. Leask.
Vincent S. Liddlfoatt.
Witness: Joseph Ryan, Notary
Public. 1- It
WOOD
For Sale!
R. S. McNeil
I'HONE 111 c
Reduced Prices on 5 and
10 cord lots
w
k:
YOU'LL NEVER BURN ANY OTHER
AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED THE
Tungsten
Lamp
Strongeit      Bri.htett
Mott Economical
Davis Bros. Electric Co.
LIMITED
Everything io Electrical Equipment
CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
^
Jk
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date, I Intel.,
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works foi I
license to prospect for coal and pet- j
roleum on the following lands, situate in the District ol South Kast
Kootenay, llrilish Columbia, in!
Block 4898:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near I milts east of the 43 mile
post on the C.P.H. survey on the
west boundary of Block \~*%\ and being the .S.W. corner post of Bert K.(
Palmer claim; thenee north 80 chains;!
thenee cast KO chains; thence south
sn chains; tbenco west 80 chains to a
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of Novemlbcr,
1911.
Itoy Allen, Agent fnr
Bert E. Palmer, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-5t
NOTICK.
NOTICK    IS   HEREBY     GIVES
that thirty days after date, I Intcs*
to apply to the Hon. Chief Com-
inissiiii. 1 of Lauds and Works foi »
license to prospect for coal and pet*
roleum on the following lands, situate in the District of South Kast
Koolenay. British Columbia, in
Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted al
or near 1 mile east of the 3!) mile
post on C.P.lt. survey on the west
boundary of block 4893 and lieing the
S. K. comer post of Mary Largey
claim, (ihencc north 8(1 chains, thence
wesl 81) chains; thenee south 89
chains; tbence east 80 chains to a
point ol commencement, making l>li>
acres, more or less.
Located this llth dav of Novenibfar,
1011.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Mary Largey, Locator.
Witness: John Virgo. 2-51
THE PALACE CIGAR STORE ii
s. A. HKI11, Proprietor
HANSON BLOCK
I have just received a
complete line of new
CIGARS
Come and sec our lines
CRANBROOK
Jc viens de rccevolr
un nssortiment compltt
de CK1 ARKS 1)1: PREMIER CHOICE.
Venez  voir pour vous
vous convaincre.
********************************************
i JAS. A. LEASK «t SON
o~/>e GROCERS
Slaterville
Don't lx* rush, buy for cash,
It will an v.. you iniiiiy n dollnri
Thi' ready rush will limit.' it mush
Much iiuickcr I linn u slumling collar
: i Specials to End of February:
* DUST BANE * • 2 Tins for 75c.
TOMATOES .1 Tins for 50c.
****
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
8IR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Pmuoent
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST. -   $6,000,000
FARMERS'   BUSINESS
Th* Canadian Bank ol' Commerce extends to Farmers every futility
for the transaction of their banking business including the discount mid
collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge
on application,
BANKING  BY  MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every brunch of The Canadian Bank of
Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive Ihe same careful
attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.
Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily us
by a personal visit to the Bank. AMI
R. T.Brymner, Manager Cranbrook, B. C.

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