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IHE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME
ORANBKOOK,   IHMTISII   COLUMBIA,   TIIUltSDAY.   NOV.    IT.   1004.
KUMHJBU   a4
FERNIE NEWS
Prom iiii' Km IVwt.
Tbopilotlrivins fur tho *'■ N,
briilKO in prvK'LHKlinK bii t i sftic tor t ly
Tho icrmliiiK on tho M. fc\  &   M.
Iiianclt iKitlninsi romly Tor tho stool.
I;. .1. Miicli.-ll was boutoii yos-
ti-nlay liy Uciiwlck in tho 100 yd.
moo ul NrlwHi.   Tho raoo wns oloeo
KoilWlok lihisliitii; lw itirlirs in tho
loud,   Tin' ilooision lain boon dlfl
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A. It. (iraivi.r the Fori Blwlu
Prospector wns in tho I'iiy on Tuoa-
day ovoidiil{. Mo in im o|jtiinisLii<
im ovor of tho ureal future of Steele,
MoHitys iin- Kuotinmy Central will
join tho C, I'. K. al .Tntfrav.
•I, 0, CuinmititfB, provincial
land snrvoyor lias Iiuiili mil lua
sltin-lr in Molt, Sun A- Td's ofHeo
in tho I.. T. W. Block. Mr. Cum-
minus expects to bring Ida mother
and i-liiKl fioni Port Stoolo to ro.
sitli' witlt Imn in Fprido,
Messrs, Prootor and MoDougall
of tho Forme Lumber coinpiuiy ro-
iiinii'il nn Monday from a trip to
Calgary whoro thoy haw boon
starting a lumberyard. Thoy aro
putting in a planing mill whoro
rough lumber will bo dressed for
tho market, \V. McKimion will
have charge of the Calgary end of
tlio business.
< hi Tuesday night the Royul
Arch Masons of the Pernio lodge
gathered iu force for the institution
of that character in the Ferine
lodge, Rev.C. A.Procunier, grand
superintendent of that order for the
district was present and officiated,
Several outside masons came in for
the event, among them being J. P.
Armstrong of Cranbrook, and H.
M. Marrows and A. B. Grace, of
Port Stoolo.
At the Ladies Benevolent Society
mooting last Friday a proposition
to form a dramatic society was discussed with favor. A deputation
afterwards waited upon Mr. Mott.
who has had considerable experience in dramatic work, and enlisted his services as manager,
Messrs. Staebler and Claxtou have
signified their willingness to look
alter the musical department, An
effort will be made to give a publia
entertainment during the Christmas holidays.
The need of a resident constable
at Coal Creek has for some time
past been atrongly impressed upon
the citizens of that growing town.
Chief MeMullin lias done what lie
could to have the nppoiutmenl
made, Temporary appointments
have been made bul the governmeul have heretofore been unwilling to incur tho extra expense of
maintaining a regular officer.
Chief MeMullin is now hopeful of
overcoming this objection by retrenching in oilier parts of the district. The constable has been taken off at Port Stoolo ami in a
short lime one of the Morriasey
constables will be tftkou off,
A congregational mooting of
Knox church Mas holt) on Wednesday evening for the purpose of
moderating a call for n pastor,
Row \V, ti. Fortune, of Cranhrook.
moderator for tho Kootenay Pres
by lory, was present ami delivered
an impressive address, after which
a tuiauiniioiis call was extended lo
Rov. Aloxandor Dunn, B, l>.
Kvory person present signed the
call ami the lisl is being signed liy
those incmliers ami ailherenls who
were not present. Mr. Fortune
complimented the congregation on
its wise choice saying thill he
doubted if die Preabytoriau ehureh
possossoil Mr. Dunn's peer among
any of hor young men in the west
A Musical livenl.
On tho 18th of this month there
will he a concert given under the
mispices of St, Mary's church that
promises to bo a rare musical treat.
Miss Rosa D'Krinn is a vocalist of
distinction and she will ho assistctl
by (i. R. Vouloni. a vocalist ami
humorist who enjoys an enviable
reputation as npleosingcntortniuer,
The concert will beheld iu Wont-
worth hall and the tlate should he
borne iu mind liy all. Pol lowing
is a notice given by the Toronto
Register after these two artists had
appeared in thai city:
"The concert given by Rosa
IVprina, under the auspices of
Division 2, A.O.H., put in proof
that the groat Irish prima donna
has lost none of her old-time vigor
and charm. She rendered all her
numliers with a vigor and sweetness which evoked storms of applause, Mr. Vontom was equally
effective in his role. and. whether
iu the humorous or the higher
grade of classic music, was perfectly at home."
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$81-
Sinjtle Fare Return
On November 21st nud 22nd
tickets will lie sold nt nil stations,
Vancouver to Luggun nnd Crows
Nest including Kootenay brunches
at single fure fur the round trip,
good till November 2'llh,
BUILDING SALE
On January 2, 1905, we commence work on what we aim to make the largest and best equipped
DEPARTMENT STORE in East Kootenay. Jt Our premises will undergo a complete renovating
and remodeling, in addition to which we will rebuild and occupy the premises recently occupied by the
Prest. Photo company and O. K. barber shop. *g In order to make room for the necessary work and
workmen we MUST REDUCE ouir mmense stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, House Furnishings, Furs, Footwear, Men's Furnishings, Etc., Etc. %* This is the first time we have come before the public of Cranbrook and East Kootenay presenting a BUILDING SALE. %* The prices
quoted in this issue will interest you in what we are doing—to inspect the goods at the prices will convince you of our determination to make this BUILDING SALE extremely interesting to the purchasing public.
COMMENCING NOV. 12th, FOR 301 DAYS ONLY
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DRFS^ fiOODS Casl,meres in navy, brown, green and cardinal, regular 50c and 75c, sale price 37;c and 55c. Tweeds, mix-
L/IMjOO UUUlStJ tufeS) suitaD|e for children's wear,35c, 75c, 85c,'sale price 25c, 45c and 55c. Homespuns, tweeds, ladies' cloth,
and broad cloth in suit and skirt lengths, black, navy, brown, green, cardinal, grey and fawn; $1 for 65c; $1.25 for 90c; $1.50 for $1.05; $1.75 for $1.20;
$2.00 for $1.35; $2.25 for $1.55. Black serge, cashmere, voile, elainne, crepe de cbine and broadcloth, 75c for 55c; $1.00 for 65c; $1.25 for 95c;
$1.50 for $1.15; $1.75 for $1.20; $2.00 for $145; $2.25 for $1.60.
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THE SULLIVAN SMELTER.
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CARPETS
Velvet Brussels. Tapestry,AVoi
Union nnd Hemp Cnrpcts:
Regnlnr Vnlue 11.75, for $1.23
Regular Value $1.50, for $1.10
SI 26.
$1,00
title.
Regular Value
Regular Value
Regular Vain,
Regular Value  7,'n
Regular Value  (id.
Regular Value 30,
111 short cuds of (
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ei. Tapestry and Won
25 per cent discount
CUR fAINS
Men's Elastic Sidi
•alf.donc'ola.elc..
regulnr $11.50, $4.00. $-1.50 „,« AA
d $5.00, SALK PRICE $Z.0(J
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•feii* J?1""" Men's l!""i" li
Kffijj °° lenllier.   box calf. vn.
Nfif   lour calf, etc.. size II to 1(1.
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all'. ele„ size II to 1(1,
Inr $4.00, $J,50, $5.00 *« __
$5.50, SALK PR10K$O.Z5
Millinery
13 off all
Fall & Winter
Millinery
$1.1.00 hats for $10.00
12.00 hats for
10.00 hats for
9.00 hats for
8.00 Itals for
7.WI bats for
li.UI hats for
5.00 hats for
4.50 hats for
■1.00 hats for
S.OO hats for
ill odd hats worth
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MEN'S SHIRTS
17 soft  front negligee shirts,
"'regular 75c, I1.00J1.25 and je-
$1.50, SALK PRICK OOC
95c
A  special sateen shirt,  re;
$1,25, SALK  PRICK....
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SILK BLOUSES
Ladies pcau de sui,
taffeta and el,ina silk,
black, white, pink,
blue mid cardinal:
$6.00 for $4.50
8.00 for   6.00
10.00 for  7.50
12.00 for   9.00
li o.dv. waists, regular
$li.00 and 7.00.
Sale Price $4.00
10 only, waists, regular $10 and 12,
Sale. Price $7.00
7 only,crepe de chine,
iu white and black,
regular $M,50,
Stile Price $5.00
H only, blouses, regular 15.00
Sale Price $3.00
27 Men's Tweed and Worsted Suits, S. B. Sacque Styles, farmer satin
lined, well made and trimmed
Regular $7.50, $8, $10 and $12, Sale Price $4.95
MEN'S SUITS $4.95
30 odd men's tweed and worsted suits, regular $12,
$13.50, $15 and $16
SALE PRICE $7.75
Units- SklKTS
Ladies' llress and
Walking Skirts in
black, navy, brown &
$5.00 for $3.00
6.00 for
7.00 for
7.50 for
9.00 for
10.00 for
12.00 for
4.00
465
4.65
6.00
7.00
8.00
15.00 for 10.00
1.1 only children's jackets
anil ulsters, regular $3.51
It $7, li clear at $2,50
per cent off
All bailies'.and Children's
BOOTS   AND   SHOES
12 Waist ends iu
stripe aud figured
silks, regular ftr,,
$1.25,11.50, for VOW
MEN'S TROUSERS
t lur entire slock of
line worsted & tweed
pants will be .placed
upon th«,sale counter
ut following prices:
$5 for $4: $4.50 for
til 50; 18.60 for $2.75;
CI for $2.25; $2.75 for
(2.15; $2.50 for ti:
$2.25 for $1.(10.
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Tkc Plaal Will Be Read, By Jaauar, lal.
The atockholders uf the Sullivan
liroup Mining company will meet
iu Spokane on November 24 lo
consider a proposition to issue
$400,000 bonds, to he secured by
a mortgage on the company's properties uear Marysville, ll C. A
'all for the meeting has heell is-
ailed by (.'baric Sweeny, prcai-
dent, and .1. 0, Williams, secretary
ut the company.
The call for the meeting ...eluded
a resolution which the stockholders will la, asked tuact upon, The
resolution provides that $260,000
worth uf the new bonds shall be
issued to take up outstanding
boials of the couipanv for thut
uuiount and that the other llnOOU)
worth shall he used for additional
working capital and for the completion of the smelter.
Officers of the company say that
the smelter will be completed
alsiut the tirst of the year. \Vlien
Mr. Sweeny took the management
of the company several months
ago the *25l..U«.i worth of 1h.ii.Is
Mentioned iu the resolution were
issued tu buUd tit,, smelter and
take up out standing indebtedness
and the additional $150,000 is
wuuted uow to finish the smelter.
The resolution names .ludges
George Turner und .1. \Y. \un
Dyke as trustees for the bondholders, and the l„n.ds. if voted,
will be issued to them.—Spokesman Review
COSTUMES
only, costumes, all this
sou's goods, latest styles:
1 only black trimmed  will, white
regular $25. eiA EA  *ft~--
salk prick Jl0.au m&
1 only fiiucy tweed suit, black trim- raBfi
inings. regular $27.50      fin g/\   j**.?
SALK PRICK JlO.ftU ^Ff;
1 only. Jiavy suiL l.ruid and but- ffjgl
ton trimmed, regular $23 ma a mm -yiit>
SALK PRICK JI4J5 |5-f
1 only green suit, trimmed as above 'i-tw}.
regular $23, »,, mm fc&i
SALK PRICK #14.75 :0g
2 only brown suits, regular tlH.OiJ i'^u
""sale Price $11.50 & 12.50 Wj&
2 only navy suits, regular a>ii rn ,/jsi,'
SALK PRICK>*IU)U p»J
$1«,00,
Bit l.aiabcr Plait.
Kernie Free Press: The plant for
the Klk LuuiIkt and Mnnnfactur.
iug coDicauy's mill has been pur-
haBtd. and it is considerably lurg
er thuu was at first planned. The
capacity of the new plant will t«
125.UOO feel per ten huurs. The
machinery which was purcl.usetl at
St. Paul, will amount to twelity-firB
r4oa,ls.
Tlie preliminary wurk on the
new site is well under way. ami Mr.
Pitts, a mill expert, arrived this
•veek from Aalda.id. Wis . lo tuk...
charge uf the building operations.
He iias had uuiny years experience
building large sawmills. Piles
are now being driven to tx-d-rock
to form a solid foundation, uud
some of the new timbers are already on the ground.
The new plant is complete and
modern. It is equipped with a
double carriage action. A battery
of site boilers will supply the power
which will be distributed by four
engines.
,\tu electric light plant will be installed and a huge burner will tie
built tu consume the waste material.
The company also expects to
spend many thousands uf dollars
iu improving the Klk river from
Sparwood to Femie for logging
purposes. The Klk is a turbulent
river and many obstructions will
Suave to be removed to facilitate the
floating of logs. The company has
targe timber holdings along the
bauk of the river to near Sparwood,
SNAPS IN MEN'S WEAR
Men's (I <a\ blue denim overalls,
regular liest value $1.00,        ie„
SALE PRICE /«>C
200 suits overalls, regular
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PKR PAIR. SALK PRICK avUC Wml
4 di./e.i men's odd  wool and fleece
undershirt
uud $1.50.
undershirts, regular $1, $1.25 on
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Heavy grey blankets, $2.75 oair ^..
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SALE TERMS CASH M
Sale^ommen^^ 12-—30 DAYS-rSale closes December 10 ||
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The. Methodist church at Moyie
was opened on Sunday by Rev. S.
J, Thompson of this city. The
services were well attended, the
church being crowded in the evening. The musical program was iu
charge of the choir nf the church
led by Mr. E. A. Hill und assisted
iu the evening by Mrs. W. T. Real
of Craiibrook. On Monday evening the opening entertainment was
given. Splendid selections uf m...
sic were presented bv the choir, by
Mr. Hill uud Mrs. R. Ten.by and
two solos by Mrs. Reid. Addresses were delivered by Rev. McDer-
mid. of the Presbyterian church,
L. Thomas, pastor of the now
church, and S, .1. Thompson, The
financial statement wus presented
by the pastor and showed that the
approximate cash to-datc was about
*<J00 nf which alxjut $7110 has been
contributed. Mr. 1). .1. Johnston
wus the contractor and builder and
his work has given universal
satisfaction. The building is a
ticut gothic structure 24x31. feet,
with an annex uf 12x20. A neat
porch forms the entrance and as
the building is centrally located the
prospects for a good congregation
are bright.
. Urns Caacerl.
i grand concert will lie held iu
the Methodist church next Thursday November, 24th. .Mrs. Helen
Peuke of Calgary, gold medalist in
elocution, will give a program of
readings assisted by the In'st vocal
talent of Cranbrook. Admission 50
cents. The Toronto Ulobe says of
Mrs. Peake's work. "She is pleasing, attractive and natural and
gives her selections with splendid
ffeot." THE  CRAMUfOOK   HERALD
THE HtRALD ANNUAL.   'KKJRSHKirM^
*■ 3^ob printing is an $t$j£<^ 1
The Herald Practices the art.    You can get only one kind of jf
Printing in this office.    That is the best. j§
eclipse anything tittempliil   ill "•<*!«
way of an annual in this Beetion ol   53?!
the   country,    for   the   past   'wo,S
weeks Mr. Joseph Ryan hits Ikhhi ' W
visiting various  purts of thcdis-JMJj
tri.-t securing   information  for  n  «?l
complete and comprehensive write-
up of tin- resources of the cntitry.
Mr. Uy.in is an accou.plished. writer,
and with his knowledge of the west
and the industries thai   Imv un-
bimil to build up Crnnbrdbb niid
the other towns in the district, his
work will prove both valuable and
Interesting. There will lie articles
by old timers in the district, re.
culling incidents tlml hue- non-
gone into history, a  review of the
growth of I'l'ullbri'i'l,, refer. es to
the public instituiiotis. whn'l  they
an-  und   wltul  they   si Id  b,-: ',-.
piinorunia of the nttracti.e scenes
of this marvelous section, wtllu-i)
profusion of pictures "I citi/.eu«
and   resiliences.    The size   ..I  III.-
paper uill be il.c s.'i as the regie
larsize ,,f 'I'lic Herald, nnd there
will be from III I.-ill pages,     Vet
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j and Door Factory
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I .All s.
ivay of
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All kinds of finish work iu
lours. wiudirWB, trun-
,    „, ,le. Jv'iln dri,il lumber
} for inside work. I )ur work is
uu 111utc.1l nlidour prices are
atisl'u.-lorv.
lice
uurr-  .»
J .k'oiik'li and Dressed Lumber
•   Fur Sale
it will .-..si money to gel out a purlin.
like lh.it. There is iiodoitl.t abuilt
It. Kul The Herald is uillii.gI.
spend the money i.f it c:n, secl'j.;,
tile results.     The ullllltul Jllst yt'lj^
was l ,-ived will,  great   favor.'but
lilt's year's puper will cost'taoM.
money and be fat more .*. InlinraJ..;
in every nay. 'The eoVer will be
specially engraved by the Slnicl
compniiy ..f Winnipeg, uud |.i-in,N-.l
ill    colors,     there    will    be,  three
scenes ut, tin1 front slimviug the
three industries  llml   huyc,   cmi-
tribute.l    In '(he     prosperities', id
Crunbrooli trial' the tonus of the
district, milting. lumbering nud
railroading. The cover" ulonh. ivjl(
cost nver $100 and it nilbbe ji
beauty, Lnst'-yenr there were near-
ly 1,000 of I he'I.."mo issue'! scut to
the old country utter they hud bet,
read here ii, this district ,an,l in
Kastem Canada, This yiyir tlu.-i',
will be 2,001) copies issued, an.
that ini-aiis thut iiol less Ihun III,
11(10 people nil| read il, und that I.
only an average nf live t,- the copy
ivlile/i is very Biuall. An listjiiint-e
of 15,000 people wutild be fur nearer
to the facts iu an issue of this:
cliuructer.
The   paper   Will   be issued allolll
tile    lifleeuth   nf    I leceiulicf.   lints
giving nniplu Iin,,- I'm- llie "ndve'r-
tisers to g.-t -the full 1.1',,,'lir 1',,'r
their Christmas ndverttsing. Therefore it behooves the live ill.'., of Ihe
district tn get ready and form some
idea as to nhul. they nil! want, s..
that when The llernld reiireseiitu-
tlve calls they will be rend.v la talk
business.
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 t„ "' ,1,1- ui-il.-r f..t ...ir siiccphhIv,
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i„li iu-" IliolU. tl.'.'.lll ,lll„' milil ivitiso,..
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Hint ll 1111-...nl Ill'ium I in |,n,ii,ji
.,1 In,v.. 1 n ,■„,,,|,llnl ..ill, nml tlila nnlnr
urn... u|..v ,l.i.|....l.  il| iiiB I I i,
lln-   liili.l    ruulnlrj  ..III...   nl' Nl'ls.,,1.   I!    ,\
.I,,..I in. ,u..l Imn. rlnliv.. t,„. n'l inin.rii
ic-.t ,i.u-|..,-,.-
Ii I. I.n-Ilie,-or.l I ll,„l.l,l,„,../,»|H nt.njiil,
,,,.,.|i-l,l,ll III tills ll|.|i|i|.|.lillil liiiph'lil 'j.  nil.
s.nl n|. li'iml,
«■   f lll'ltll. -I   lll'NTUII.
, nn.I.ini.k   It.,'.
Sii'li'il,,,- fur ,l|,|,ll,'n„l. :::llt.   ■
Notice for Trunsfer of License.
Paint that Stays
r«,)**-s>*« *»***»•••
r~
>.
AVe use tlte best of 11111-
"terinl and nia work always
gives satisf.'ictiult.      r
Wl y,,u want painting
paper hanging,-ilucdruting
:i..i sign niiiii,i.^s;s,j,-.suja.
lii-sit.'        ;
-fTT
B. H. SHORT
AkMSriUINII AVUflUr-   "
A
m—m- V0UR *\
CC01NTS in f
RRBARSj«.? ?;?.? ■•
If the rush, of business j
prevents YOU finding-
time to write up your
books, or -having your
bills and accounts regularly rendered and collected, apply to
JOSEPH RYAN (■
V. 0. BOH 111 I
CKANUKOOK, ji  * B. C.
Draying is a Particular
Business ;,.i:. .';'!)*
We make that our business.
Didyou ever hehrany complaints
nlsllll our'wnrky We eniptny
the best 111111 we can lind In du
the work, ■ They.-ure careful and
prom,it.   Thut. is why we please
the people. We Want youfbuSi-
Itess and if we get it We will keep
it. because we \vm«Vntisfy'yoii,
Perry & Fitzgerald
■■'.I'Rlll'ltlKTllKri .OK T(l,i:
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co. ^
, Ol'llcc opp.llllt Ci P. R, '        'PIIONlfsJ'1
■'    '  '■'■''
SAVE. tlME,
AtLTiijTI/Vjf
Vi
1        ■■:
SEATI'LR, TACOflA
AM.  ..I.I.I I'.lclHC Cii.vsi- I'lylUVs
j. SI. Paul, Chicago,, New Y.irk
AM.   ,11.   I'iiIM's KABT ivtf     *
Palace and Tuarlst Sleepers. Ballet   Library
Car*'. MniKrn   Day Cua.has,  Umint- Car,,
. -■»'. -    Mi-uls n la Carle.
best, ripAii* oR'ifVHri
7   FAST TRAINS   7
£ Bast and West Dally L
Sj.i-.lnl euurslun rales lo'World'a Pair, SI.
Loilla.      Vour chntce ol rente.' •' '
'   For iiitc*. fnl.Je'r's ami full Information
rcjjnruinn trips, call on vn-..«,l.l,-esH
IrrilltANl.T
>'-.
.(I. VUHKKr),'
,1   «'   I'. J, *"->. V. .1 T..A
Suntilo 701 \V. Ulvarslilo Ave
Wash. Spokane, Wash.   -
Nutiti- for Transfer ol License.
N.1M1"  is   Inn-. I.y' Kiv.'.l   l.li.-.l.   I,   CIcorR,
i ...I Furt. Mln In, II. .'..^Uiii-ml tu npplj
Cranbrook
Livery S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Tennis nml drivers fiiniitilu'il for  any
point in lln- ilisirli't,
A. DOYI.I:, Manager.
.-1        ■'• ■ ■
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
' Qarriage Repairing and
llencral Jobbing.... ,
,..v,.s., -j. .Jlul.la, OKifB V.nHptlf
Attended la.
,f  -.-.trlE " ;,,1
STRATHC0NA
Formerly Hotel Phair
^NELSON, B. C.
B. TOMPKINS, Manager.
f'ltis- hotel is-one of the liest iu
Hrjl-mh t'nlumbia and up-fo-ilute
iu ''if-ery respect. ;Weli- ligfttisl
sample rooms,
THE PLACE
TO BUY...
Do you want a Stove? Do you
want Boots or Shoes? Do you
want Bargains where New
Goods are arriving daily ?
Then come to my store.
LEROY SAGE
Fresh from the
Candy Kitchen
Kv,.|..v«i..,k ...an.* i.iiisiij.i.l.v ..t limb
cuii.lv ut no.,., ki,i,l-,l,,,u',l„ll„'b,',„.|
,,( .ill I,„,.!-,i.Sl.iiil mnl, .-I inn-       I Hu
Uiinenl,,,,, lui'iiun, i,„,l uinuiiu'rnfilt,
..itinii.tu.iinMVMls, Ilii'lmltniritiTilliiie   l;.
I.iins. ,■„■.. ,,,■,' ,ui«i,i|.ns„,-.l  ,.„. IS.*
lll'lil'lull.     It.I
sum......
'l.n.ilv   mnl  wl.i.l,-
i:      '     I-
Q. P. TISDALE.
gt*-*-»**<>-*>'*-»^:*-*at*«>
♦ •-♦*-c^
MORKiAUK SA1.R
OH  VALUABLE FftEGHOLD PKOPfiKTY  IN
KIMIlRRl.liV. .-
. I'mli'i'nml li.v vlrltmnf lliepowprH pnnlnlii-
w|>i|l n'li'ltuill liliillniiyi'. Willi Ji Hill  lie pro
lllll'Vilul   till- limp III Mil*-, llll'WMill lllMlflVlVll
Idr mill'nl tlii'li.ivi'riiim-iit l)|lti|i' in tlte Town,
nf ('ruiilmiot,mi tlir 1 Itli ilnv nl Nuvfiulier,
l!MI-Unt lln- limn nl II', iiiioii. I.y l\ H, Mni-
ijri,' fni' fnllmi'lnu; |ii>o|H>i>r,Vi
.All (lint (fi-tiilii tiiii'ii'l or trm-1, ut Intnl. nu.l
jiipjiiim-H^yimli'. I,viii«./iii'l l.i.'iiiK Loin num..
Ih'I'ii On.' iiint Inn in ,!ln.-k wimU'r .i^i'Vur', in
liii'Tuwiiriiii' nl  kiinliH'li-y, iiniiriliiijr tn n
plnii Wtfil iii iin' i.'in'il i.t't-iniiT (iin.*' nt vi(>.
Infill. It. ('., .Si'|.ti'|iil..T ;ittl..lH!W,Hri lililliln'r'
"Ui-.l, "Leintr tlm Ninth sun- Htitnl, lnjintlier
Hitli fill fiirnii uti'i'i.tiitliiif(l tliiTi'in.
Terms:
'Icii |.jw I't-.iii-of 1 lie |itircliiiw'pr|i,f i"In-pniii
al Itif (JnjB.iif riiilii.; M{« litiliiiifi' mi tirrn'ri
wltlt'li will lu> milItc known m IliftHm^nfriitle,-!
I"I loriilH atlrf i-nmliliniiH ol HrJi'djijily In
HAHVRV ft .lh'i'All'l'i:i{,' .
-'t-i'J M.lii-itort)fut- MortirngrHt,
tnitiliiin.lt, 11. I'..
UiiIhI Nin'i'Bilii'i :irtl, l-iot
LOVERS OF NATURE
wliu enjojr ailrivi- lilinijr Ilii'Tbtintry rniuU
Utlllllll)   Ml'llll   tl)
Ttie Hundley Livery Stables
fur tliiMiiivHriniy niltui/       . j
Tlip liiriiiiiitri Hllp'iilieil I.y iih arn liiitiilHome,
Nmi,-,. ,-l,..i-,-|,v  uiv.-n llml   w«>. Sli.'l
(Jlitmi  iifllli-Tnwtl  of  t'nitiliiook.   IK
lwi.1 immiilv to I hn llo.ir.1 ..I I.,.,'!,,, r.„,,- ,,, M,r li,*a..t.(l| Llrmmn (Vmi.ilwiin.ti.rH nt   ,,'n" npiniint,,!  nml en tin-It   Hutinfm-tury.
n,l;rl ^ orn riii«.f..r»  oi.r l„.t, I ,,,• (I,,. r.,n-sul..r »w\\m on illivemlmr l..iI.. | f\»f0A ih I.. I||H iil-nHnr,. «.f n trij..
 l'i\inH'skimwi nm   i|.-wt1Iih.1 iih \lm   mil f-.r,. tn.t.-l, r ..t mv hotel I,IwiihiiIii t I'hftre Ih nolltliiBulibiil Imran or velilclo to
"« »'•"'   Hot,. -   ItnkiT  Mtn,.l,  <•,-,,,,-   IUJ1N-H.H k....WH nml .)«.,.» .A j|N .1,.- "<',,„   mmmfaH MH ltJ „ HHmiMvi, '    „
'""" - »•«- "■»''«! *«•««?. "■ '*"■»'" '-1"'"""■i- "'"-, ,-,u.v..% .1 ,> ¥llljllK , trilll(1|.nr jtUn;;;;;;;
;;t.l.H..:t,',l.l:iyo. N ,   t    A     $&'<        .. J^*i^5^ ■*•.
:i-* Ii. .ibt'llniiA t'Iii|»|».    I    i-Hitnli.t \k    •"--NnvfiuWr ;inJ, l'jul"{' '  ' ' CA'Ut HANDI.UV.
Notice.
Tlii.'.Miioititt, iifi,.r ih,, tii hi im tilled t Inn of
thin I.- nn nmiliriitimi will \w ihuiIi> m
lln-   I.i mint liuM'f -ii.roiui.il    in 1
SectionK*ul iIi.-"Toiii|,;iiii.-k A.i," isnr."!^
tin- "Crtttibrooh Riitth A Door l'niu|mtiy.
I.itniti',1, ' for |.,.i-mir.«ion iiii-liiiimi- iln ntHin
l.iitli'ii ol tin'   Kiiiil.<-ili'\  Mil line A   .M	
i.Kimiim l'oni|.ii..,   l.imii.-.l "
Hi I nt Cwinlirtiok, OWoWr I&1I1, hhm
HnrveyA MrCui-lm
111 Hulifltnra for tlm A|
i'l"'
Land Nolit
ce.
H.SI.V .Iii>m iifi,.i-.lntiii 11 tn> iiiiitili.ni to
ij.|.ly to tin- ( liicl li.mmViii ner i.l I.iiii.If
• n.l \\ ..iin In (ign-liiiM., Hu- rnlluwlnHiliWlIli<
■,| IiiimUiii Mnitl, Kiml K nny
l'omiiir>n.'inK nl 11 |iinil |.liinn-il.il llii'linrlll
>uit iiimrr of II. T   Ai'iiiilil" | -m|	
h.'lll'I'UOl'lllllllHI'llHlJIll'tllVllll'lllllllhH h.
li*-tii>. LfO i-lmim. 11,.,1. 11,, 1,,-,' |n i-linliiH
lOlllialiltlR It   I. Mi.ol.r- in." lo |.ln.v ..I
'OINIUHIHI'tllPllt.     ■'
Piitt.l S.'|iIi-iiiImt 3-1 tit,   \   l>   11104,
17*01 liolwrl 1 lurk,
TlmUr Notiua.
i li-
ilmi Mm 11 .I
i|i|ilj lo Hi.' 1
ilnl WO|U ft 1
ni'i\ nviu 	
till>'l   iluti-   I
t'ouiuiluMfoin-r of 1,-ti
«m- ml li -1-to rill ,
limil lli.'fiillnwiin:.!.
Kitei KootPimyillHti'li'l   lliUWi Colitml'l'u-
1'iiiniii,'ii, 1.1-  nt  11  mint  iihmtfil 11 boll I I"
i-htlilih  1,,,,'H, .,1 ll...   wiUlllWMl   Hil-m-i    .1   l:.
Hwkfitrliltff'ii liuiiiiT i.m-,. ,\,, :,w\\ tlit'iici.
Illirtll M'lrllnllis, lll.'llci' ,,,,'M S.l .'luiill-. Ihfln-i-
- Ii ku eh 11 inn, ili.'ii.'P hiikI Wl i-lmlnn, to
luVnuf liitiiiiiiim/.
li I tliiK^'lnf ilnv of Oi'tulim- D1114.
I'l.'tl piivbt, l.o.-ntor.
;tl-.-,i. Jtinics llln-lo'tt  Afqilit.  "
^oh.r'in  li,:|fl,v   rS.H1    Hint   Hmiv   .Inv.-
llftUnllllf. I  illlt'llil  totl|.|.|>   lo   lllr.lli.-fi-olll
liiihhjiitii'1 ul Intuit- ninl-' M oik-   lor  n   -|i,'iint
Ihp fntlrtwliw iltwrilHif IiiiuIh "In Soinli-K»»i
Kiiiilt-iiii.Vilis'l'iit. Ht'itisli Co| Iijir-
, .ri|ii|i||''iiri'm  ill   ii   notjl   ii|iiii(i<iI  nl   Mm
noi'thrWCHt   noniiir   of'l,i|,v Htiifilnn   tin r
limit; tln-iii'itwi'Hl HOi-hiiliiH, tlmni'K m.iiiIin.
rllilillr., tliiftli'i- .'ilhl HO I'lltllllH, llii-ltt-r null!, N'l
I'linliir., I.. iiliipi'ori^imiliiR.
ll I ilii-L'l-i .Inv of Oi-toliiT, I'H.t .
Milton Mi,,.I,-. 1,onitor
JOmCrtJll'lluklitt, Afll'lll.
,Noti-'.- In In-i'i-io. -iv.-n Mini Ihirtv "Inyp
nfi.'i'.lnti- I Inletlii lo tintili 1.. ih.'.lm-t until
lllldrll 'OflnilllH   tlllll   works .fur   11   Hiivml
li.fi'isi-loi-nt njiil I'lin-y nwny iTMlim- fnun
tlli.|olIiiU'il^i|*'srlil.i"l Inlitls in Solltll KtlMl
Kijiili'iiilyiliwllii'l, (ll'ltlsh rn|iiti)l.in -
i'tiiumpiHiliiK ni 11 .iiiirit I'lniitiitl ni Mm
Hoi'iii-nifi roriicrot W. f. htuKteritiQji'tviiin
I limit. llM'U,,' 'Ill Id ,-l,nuts. Hi,-ii,.-u,-1
llet   lll'ilillr..    tlll'tlCI'    Hlltll     I'l   I'llilitlS.   llll'lll'l-
hhh'I Miii-liiiiim. 10 |ilm f ktrllU.lliii
I) 1 lln-^inlilm ,,l iliN.li.'i'. |:m|.
OliN  Sl.i|ili'.i, l.n.'Ulol'.
,111 ini'S Kni.'ki'l 1, Afli'in
N'olii.-.' in Imi'cl.y (riven llml tlilftv 'liiy-
Ufl|'t'i|||J«] illliinl In ;tji|,lv tn Mm tliifl'i'in
nii^i,,|i,'i'ni|]iii,|.- nn,I winKMor 11 s|..'.-inl
li.i't.M'iii nit nml rini-v nwiiy liml'.T fro in
Mi.'fii|lowiim'.tti-M-i'il.i'.l Inn,Is in iSoiitlt-Kiml
Ktioti'tltiy iliHjrirl, Hnilsli I'oliinil.iii:—
t'oiiuiH'in-iiin' nl ll [.out ].lniiti'il itliulll L'o
i'lttiltirf vvi-Hi  of   noi'tli-t'tiKi   fotiii't- of litis
Slnhli's'timlit-r limit timm- mnili lleli Inini.-,
tlit'iifd   w.-st   4"   fhtiTiiH,   ihi'tir.' honlh  lui
rlliiina.,    Illt'tliC   I'llNl     -I'l   nllnillrl,   In  |l)||fi>   nf
iii'Kinniiiff,
lint.'il thiHtfiimliltn of (li'tolmr, l!W4.
. tlnlimi IJiivirtJiOi'tiior.
.liinn'S ISiiicki'll, Aki'IH
Null,,' i, lir
Mm
n Iter iin tn 1 Inininl lo ii|i|il,v in thi'i'lili'f i-nni-
ininriimti'i' of litmlri lll)i| winks for 11 s|'i'i'inl
lli'i'iirii'tni'iil  ifml 1'itiTv hiviiv ilmlifi- from
Mi»fnl|owiimili-s.-iil.i'il lumls 'in n I, Kit-i
KnntPlii.y.ltKl'll.-l. illih.-li t oliunl.in:-
 tli-wi'st itiriii-r   nf  l'i"-1  DnviV   limlim-
limit, 11 >'.< wi'Ml tplHiiiliiri. Mi.'iic.- rioiith .sn
rlirtlllK, i1l.-ll>'.M-;isl .Silclinilis. tlll'tlce t.nl'tll SI)
Utlli'il Miisl'lst ,Ins of Umii'liiT, 11104.
I.il> sini.lcs, |,o,, ■
-li .-Unn-kcll, Aii.'iil.
'"Notlri- In Ii.t.'I..v riven Mini il.i.iv ,lnts
ntli-riliili' I Inteml toit|i|il,¥ In lln- ehlefcintl-
iiiIhhIoiihi' 11; liimls nml woi/kri for n s|.i-. inl
lii-.'UKi' in eutnml eiiiTyvtiwtiy ilmliet- from
tliefollo\vinuil.si-.il..-.| Limit, m Sntllli-Knsl
KoulwmytliHti'li't, Irffibli folmiililn:-
dfiliiftmiirJiiK nl ,11 t'l.si |ilniiii-1 in the
liui-lli-Wfht i-m-nei- nf l-'r.-.l Unvis' tillihei-
limit. IheiirM' north 80  I'linimt, tlience ivi-h!
KOelmltm, ll)i>lin-HOillli8Ui-luiiiiK,M 'eenul
SOelittllw, to |ilncnof lieicinnin«,
Hi llliixL'Ifltltiy nf(l.-lol..j1l!li.|.
Altil.J'osi'Sln|.|i's, Lofntor.
Jnitn-s lli-nrki'll. ARttlit.
Nntii-,. is hPiMiliv Ki*vu .tt.ni: tlifrly .Iny*
tififi- ilnti' t iint'iiil |pii|i|i|,v to tlitinh|i.fiiotn
tiiirisiimei'iii ininlit nml wrnks tor u Hm-eiitl
UrtniHi' in ni 1 nml rtiii v int n,v tliHlier fiion
tliHiallowliiiirileHot-ilrftllniitlH inJHoittlr-KiiHi
Knnti'iiii.v illritrii'l, HHHhIi I 'of 11 in I iin:—
't'oiiiim.ni'itm nt 11 j.ost ..I'ltinti'il nt Ihe
IliIl-tll'HilHt i-oriii-i of l-'i.-il |invis'iimli.'i' limii,
(lienor north 80 rlmiiiH, Iheiieoweril SiJi-hnliia,
MiniiL-rnmilliHUi-linlns, [IiT'iipp cmhI SOflmliis,
Id jiln.'.Mif lii'giinilttu;
- lini.,1 il.i-:'lhi .Inv of Oliibnr, |:in|.
'-      ' \\, l', MiiHtcnimil, l.tn-nlnt'.
Jnini'H llnii-ki'tihAm>iii.
Timber Notice.
Xntiie In hereby Riven thllt thirty,'ilnvn
iiftt-r. tlnle, I inleml tn ii|i|ily to Mm rhmf
euiuttilmilotier nl Inmln ujlil ttoi-feft nl Vi<>-
Inrin frfi*aupeeiiil lir.'ttHc, in .-ni nml i-nn-y
nwny timlmr nff 1 I'm fnlliiHiim i|.-M-iih, i| Itillilx
In suntli-Kimi Ko'olenny:—   ', . ,
< illliummiiiR nt a |iiih( i.lniiletl nn Ihe
eiti-t ImiiU'liiiy nf )■'. |» Mogtlli'h titnlii i limit
:t''t .liiiiiiH tioiill fnun Ihe Nniillieiinl, em li.r
tlle'ivbl;  llirmelinrMi H". rlmills In (In-lit,11 It
eumpnriier|Hiril uUfilil I'M*. Minimi * limi-.i
limil :   theme tvest.'i-ly    II    rhninn;    Ihellfe
iioi-Mi .11 elmhiHln ihe hoiiiIi-wphI eonmr nf
l.nl.L'Jkli.lfntUli   I.  HOllill-KllHt   Knnlentl.l .
Mmm-ifWr-ieily In ihe ban If nl l.nke t'leel,:
themeMiinlierl.v 1(10rlitllllHi llll'liri' itestei-ly
III) i'l,mile in (he [ilnen ,4 ennimeiieeitit'til,
roiihilnlng 040 nenw more or 1. >-«
lluteilnlVnuil ^ Uf., llii*. «(|| i|„Vol
4rr1tf|,K.-1«0"l'.,'';-    *°     "'■'-'	
Ill -tit. I-'   W. Milehell.
'..■    '•...->- f
- Notice.
Nnli.-e In hereby Riven l lint nixty ilnj'H nfl.-i-
tlnte I inteml in n..[.|y t., the rlilef mm
mirinloiier of ItiinlHnml wtirkn for (.eimisninii
to imri'lmne the fnllowliig ileHeribeil InmlH
illunteil in Kant Konteiiny iltotrtet:
^,Conimonelug3*| nt n poHtplnnteil UOehnliiH
nonth'uf K. ('. SiiiIMi'h nnrlli-tfoaf, ,ent't). r,
Mjlpl)iijf"i>iiMr Ml nhllillH, llmiiee-#i>nt -J{}
i-fiiiiiirWli.'iu-.. mini, HOfHitilllR, theme enst1
-"'haiiri topmil of etiinmem-emeul euiilniii-
liiRTfir*1
Date,
%llinii'til- leHN
beratlHfKJ-l
:i I-.'.(.
A. 11. turner,
Ai'plleimt,
Notice.
Il'ttkennlireilint iimmy mtetitlt^i to np>
plv to the lioiin! of [.ieenni t'timmiriniuiii'in
forCrniihrnnk ilfstili-t i(t their next reffiihir
meeting nn Deconilint' loth, 11)04, for n
ti-mmfi'i-from iiiym-lf In (toliert .lnlointnti ol
the hulrl lireiim-fnr lln-lVnt nil llnlel, M.II'.VM-
.vllnftr-''   .."'   '•'■','
Until! lit ('ruiilin.ol., n.-tnlmr SlBlli, linil.
■HiiJ JnbuA. McDonald.
Synopsli of Roiulalloufl lor dUpoul ol Mio-
1 nil- nn Dominion Lindl in Mnnlinba,
the North^eil rerritoriti and iin- Vakun
Icrrllnrj.
Ill)   ill   II..'   Hit.'  til
VI- -Ill-   K   U
.■\.'.-e.|.n-l|.,-,
('("'''i'linmif..
ii-l 1
h feral
able In the il Met el
lei Inr,
tibinl 1
1 led   Hiihln iift.'i
1.: a«irvey m.i.le. .111.1
eill'ij ihoMlnhler..(
i-.'iml.iiiimL.'iii>timiil
llrtuii I'etill.ny. ..f im
Iii Minll provide
al tlmmtenl :■, per
laiiliti the \. w. T,
i"^l|a,i,'a,'rm!""leli
nmrk, ThelnCoi In-
dm mi- imoh tn nm
il anl oxeeetllitu Mine
C   15   UH.-II,   OlUlIM   -'"U
I Maitl|.|l.a ami the
\11k1n1 IVri'il.in.-A
y iwn leases ..f live
lie MlHlifei'Ol Hie  In-
'ssee'g right HeOiifliieM In llie snhmfrs
.a Inr- ... tim river imi..it inn water
n.l siii.j','1 p. the riuhri uf nil persons
hath » ii.-i 1
iii. l"".-i
"li lies
eat'li ml I rlvei
itifttto anl a lull
Ipllt lifter It euee.ls
itr-'ili! lift 111 Ilia Yukon Territory, six leavet
f live miles en -h inn) l„. mutiti'il tt> a tree
tilt.'i fm nlt'i'in .11  i"t'iit_.  year*, al-,. reneiv-
.■.I 1.. tiie siitnnerg.
i- iii'iow in« nittei
\e-ti.j its imsltlnti
hoyenrol tin- date
! liivnfii-ilveil'.'lii oiiernlliiii
1 Nn-.i,.i ' 1 ho lease, ami
tell l.u- e.iWttiliuM  sl\  years
ltcanii,$i -I'l.-t miii- i,.i tirst
■ mi c foreaohsnUseniieiityear.
miii! \i,
fie.'k,
Th.'iliM',,',.'ii'i' 1,in lien mint' is .-nlill.-tl t.> a
'laim uf I eel   in lentil ll, ami II  tin- |uih
■.IIIMM-...1 two. 1,:, »i met alt il;.' liei, iintiiii mil-
•nl "I Hlilrl   m>ain   -hall  l.e   iliai-.c.l,  lite
.'-1 .'I th.-|>:utv ..l.llii.il'i, . Iniiii-on'iy.
l-titrj fueSiO. Ji.'y.ilii tit tli.-iMl.'uf!».. an-!
mel.alf iere-ui nn the nilnt'.if tin- K..ii|  sinp
snn inei mud hi.i.i
1 \ i.ti'.'ii.is'. nml free
claims in purtnershbi hy
nn fee i.r >.'. A elallii
;iii..,lim..l>la.ii«il..ii tie
1 i-r, t.y Bhlim, notice ami
cLitni
eaeli year tn
iliiim mnsi l.e
A <-.' Wienie ti.nt wink has ti
1 Jlilie-I enrli year, if  lint,   llie  ell   Slillll  lie
■entpil tn In- an.Ul'lun '.l.llllil njien l..iic.-ti|.all.in
jrtetnrybi a free minor.
Tin-1 ml men ,.fa ulttlni may hedofliieil ah-
ilnl-ly l>) ImiliiK .1 Mim-\ i.i.ul.'aml |nil.li-liiiii:
li-lr.,1
All
> an 1
H-mim.i
dil.ii
-it, miii-.i  liy
.rdePdn-cniiaell
JAMKS A. SMAPT,
hi'iml-v firtlm Muilsl.'i nf the Interior
Doiir, Inti-rlor.
Tramway Incorporation.
Tnke he Mini Ihe amleiflgimil hiive np-
llAJr-fiir      lll.-OI-pni'llli .1' n  eomi v
n.J.'i-  Mm Triitliwii.v   r.uniinni    l„r,.i|,.,,.',.
ion A.-lnml Vine dlliR Aeln, r.il- the linrpiw
reoiintrmrTlng.tiiniiii g,e ph.ilngi.ml
pnmMtiu n inimu-iii. Iielive-li nny point or
nlitlHiif HmSiillivnii  11,11. s,mi I, Knnl Koo
•nny,   '0 ih.. Xui'ih   Shi 1   Im li   of Hi,
row* Ni-nl   I'Iihh  llnilwny    nml   to  .- t,
'••II -  iiOllt.tnln   telejrrnpli   tlll.l   lelephone
,.i,--N|...r Intongmid nbnv v Imnls
i- hfglnvn.vw   1. Iu. I.  me in   tin- li f ih.
The
nh
ml uill. Ilmltei
"nn'lediil Wan
ih,- -iii,I I nun wni is
.I 111.-1 in tl Mi..-nl
.ii t ninbrook, Ur .
of  ilnllll Mori, Com
. I'ltilny,
.in ii. Wii'kn
Land Notict:.
SiMt-.lnyi nlii'.'iiul.Vl int.-ml tun|.|.ly tu
the Chief ('iilhlllbriliiliel- of l.niuln nml
VVmk« fur perm.Hdnii to piiirlimm T-*. nerea
l.rlllllllsiMlllli'llI lli.nlt-li't.'l nf  S-.nll.   Knsl
kootenay nml .l.Merlhnlaafnllnwfi!
Cotlillli'lielllR   nl   Mm   inlernvtiuii   uf   the
w.-ni li 11,11(40 (l.flr-otipl, Ku-lemi.vdii-
Irlel h)Mi ilin rlghi of way iif.lh«Jlrllbtli Cul*
11 ml iin St.11H11111 r.iilwnv. tin- Billlllltllllilll
-ItlehniiiH, lit .U'Ht iu  Mm nnhl   right   nf
way, Ihetieeiihiiigfinlil righLof way |o;pla»ii
uf.-.Hunmmr it.
-•Jttltli - IJHxil   A. Muiim-rn.
■UrniibroinV, ll. ('., lsi Noveiulier tuM.
Land Notice.
N'utlee in hereby Riven Unit nixl.v dnyntitter
dnle I inleml tu apply In Ihe ( hief Ctimmin-
Hiuimr uf l.umln nm] Workn fur permttwlon
to tilll'ellllHi Urn fnlluW'iiL. deni-iibed IjUIiIh
njliinled in KiibI Knuienti.v illrilrlel:
fiimmem-iiigni n jior.1  platitetl :'." ehninn
minlh ul  11.  1'. JSuiitliV   iinrthweHl  rortit
themvMiillh MOelmhm, Itn-nee wertlSOelml
tlmme north SO ehnin-, ilu-mcem-i I'liehni
tu  [xisl   ul   r uenit'llii'lil. rutttniliillg   I'll!
•flr-H'h niui-eur lenn '
;t:ir,t. A. II. Tnine
Datrtl Oetolier flOlb, tuo*.
TIMBERLANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some ol the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
!''".' terms maps and further puiiicidun. npply toll,,  fnllowitiij
,,,-aI land agents:
.'■ Hyde linker, rranlirimk. It 0,     I'l Mnllniiilainc, Jr., Cn sl.ui, It. C.
I   II. Wilson, Wardacr. It, ('. II  ,'   M. Ilini, Nelson. II. ('.
If. U. Ilrucc. Wiln.cr. II. I'.
Or t..
J. S. DENNIS,
British Coliiinliin Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railn ay Company,
Calgary, Alberta
-'sarsjrNasjrsarsBvjjrsaTsaiNaT-arsasarsarsjisaTsaisais-^
British Columbia Illustrated   I
CONTAININli 160 VIEWS
lllnilrnllnn lb,' Ituiai.tl.™ II™ ,,-.-t
The Richest Province in the British Empire
lls.nnl   ..il.l.nl .i.nlinl, ilSlisl..i|i.<-,„l -,>:,. Inkn n.nl   II...I.   ,1-   ...I'.. .1   ,,.,
rrl'-nlriiml n» vM:ll«rilin« I ...»■.,»: Us ii,.„. l.,l„. mnl  iiui.i.i ....nnrj
 n.M. .11.1-, li u ilsm'i'.il i..i.ili.s,]ni-,.|„|,.i„i.u, ..ill, -...-., .,,, .,11 il... i ,..
 -. mill-. Im,-.,-,,
Sent Post Free on Receipt of Price, $1.00 and $1.50
Addrrss, JAMES LAWLER, Rossland, B. C.
BEST BUY IN
0REATRST liOI.I)
B.  C. CANADA,   AT
DISCOVERY  OP   Till:
i.S CENTS
AGE IS IN II. C.
THE BIG FOUR
Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited
Capital $625,000, of which 35 per cent, in shares is now in our
Treasury,   Shares fuily paid and non assessable.
Mines direcllv vest nf tin'
LoRoi and Lelioi No. ± Wnr
Englu and Centra Stat, four
of the largest cold-copper
mines in the world, nil of
which (lave paid hii'ire dividends.
|r»a"Sainc identical ore nnd
veins now in sight on lite 1.1(1
FOUR,    Largor,.' lindics.
Assays from 8", to $800 in
gold, copper, silver, etc. Very
rich display ns now nn exhibition in tlie city ore exhibit,
causing wide comment,
We linve nearly two miles
of railway on Big Four property with water and timlier in
nbundn	
Kossland ore shipments for
tisiL'. ::."ii>.ixxi tons. Shipped
for 11108, ahoiil llO.OOU Ions.
Tolal value of Rossland ores
mined, $27,000,000,
Rosslund's lurg c bodies
urc n grenl success ivitii llie
conci'iitraliou sysli.'in of ore
reduction, W'.OO ore now
pays to mi,u- a., now proved
by the latest reports uud divi-
No   less   lliait   I.ill  si,arcs
installment plan, payments
monthly-. Twentv i^'i' cent,
cash, balance   ivitliiu a   year.
L'onipanv lias nn .Ida's or
linbililies, mid n full force of
ineii now working,
References. Ti.,- Hon.
Mnyor, Gold Commissioner,
postmaster, or any hank or
business in,-... in .-it..
nli-
,,t.
Wl.i. I. nil:™ n. Iliiillin.it, I '.
lull	
 i I.  Illt.lt.I'   >"..,! 1.1,ill
Is In,,.I.,| in -I,lulu,,-I.InI 111 ni.
L
Please Note Price al
IS Cents p^ARr:
For One Month
An. nimituii less iiiitii Slim send by
nostulflce or express ninncj nrtleuover
Ihlaantoual, l>> baakilrnltloSecrclar)
Kii; f'uiir Consolidalcil liahl Mines,
Ltd., Kossland, ll. C. Canada.
Inl-, I'Ii.nl-  mnsi ,,,. liei,-,-.,   im   ,,,.n|,|,.||.   I I   I',.
Ills slui.iii.n nil llii.-l I llll,I.'H ...lit ciiini, .iiln.it.In    in.i   ...Hi   ll I..-
l!n|i,..ls ,l Ml.lll.lt .'..111 .-   s 1.1   I ■■ ...   ..-ill,     ,.
,Bjnnffsast)r\»sars«s«>aTsBsjrSarS>rjrs*^
LUMBER
Robinson Mckenzie Lumber Co., I.Id.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Ot
Rough and Dressed Lumber
r~
S LOOK AT THIS S
The Latest Delicacies,
Fresh Crabs, Shrimps, Herring and Lobsters,
* Always the best   of meats and fish,    The
market that sells nothing but the best.   .*
The Calgary Cattle Company,
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE Till'.   CllAMllKinK    IIKKAI.ll
HARRIS BROS. |
 , *
i:,-l It'llUv ill.ill- V,il,,",U'.,s cv
„ nnv lines wi'i'iiriv.   Every- «j
vv'c sell 1111,1 *!
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Iv kin.vv-   wlllll
...  »,•!     -ll.is.'..'.l   .Villi    yV
lUW    Kllllllllllll        I'",
k Il.c 1:1.-1 ,li:i, J
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Poultry tor Thanksilvinj     ?fc
SB
I  llml   yon .'iu. "'.uu.. ,1m  jg
I
....   elm,in   III.
-1,   killed „l   .    .    .
HARRIS BROS.
MEAT MARKET.
rM^eM^^
| Winter Apples!
•9
Kniuiius I'lll.DSTIII \M   S'l'OCK, every Isix weigh X
"J  I- 1
(lltKAHY   M'l'l.l.  a , I apple.    We ntv now   .... <►
 I ..... which -i".-.I... ..,-11 r„r theirexi'i'll v. ^
SI'YS    KINDS.   Ittil'.KNINIIS    KlSSI-i'l'S. ftj
(j. T. ROGERS,
Fane) and Staple Qroccrics and Crockery.
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An Attractive Feature Is <iur
STOCKTAKING SALE
In (UKI'KTH  wk   ii.    rinu  -   rj
iiwrii iinnii.   Iii  bH.wiH     Wl...,  ».
--.n UAIMMIN* «*> lin'iiti m*i  llml    > mm
 I -.,,
THE nACCONNELL
FURNITURE CO.
Notict*.
TultB n.-I...' ti .it it is in.v Intention in np<
p'j in iln> llnunl of i.i.,-ns- i umniiru.iimi-ri
-or I'l mil k   DUlrli'l   nl   lli<<  ti- \t i.-un'nr
inn>lilittiiii I ui'.'i i:. Ii, llml   turn imn.
for tnim nt.v-i'll I.. IIoInti  ||  Itobtirt nl ihe
lu.tt'l li.t'iiri tor tliB   Wiil.lui'i   li Ui  Unnl-
Iinlptl ut I'niiiI k, li '    N'uf   11, ID  l
IIM« .\. V.rurrit
r
tcmjMdMifA
tiiis i> thi:
Ei Ei
m i
i m
I Ei
Ei     Ei
BUY
I nternational
Coa! and Coke
Company Stock
NOW
W   It   1   I.  E
i    Ei
m   Ei
■Beale & Elwell
ARE    OFFERING    THEM    FOR
31   CENTS
:s  And Still They Come  II
Tin- cars, we in mii. Ion 1 ■! with goods for  Mini-
We nra unloading to.hn a ear of tlml celebrated
Roynl Household Flour, Coin," nud gel .-, suck
of il before it is nil g me ir anything else kepi
in u first class store,   il is our uuinl.-r: cull lis up
H   Manning & Siddons   f,
* LIFE IS SHORT
iSi th ■ utrson toll un, .vil w: w    ■ ; » p -,m.- ourielves.
This is a thought conitintl) before each individual employed
In Cratihroo'c'i Gretteit Storet th;-:fore, we must unload not only our
sin:, bil Ih: C.-.-.ti-.t Slo;k ol l.l .' .ii.) M-u's G iodi ever broufjht
inl i th: city,
A.I an Incentive to the CASH purchuer we will deduel 15 per
. ■ tt .i 11 retu 11 ii ch• -,-lii'lv I. ... all - i.ii sd,-,.
I'n . h ildi g i v) until turther advised.
HILL ca CO.
CRANBROOtt'S GREATEST STORL'
JDo You Need ZZZ\
i I
1    A /*% j.    be pleased lo *
| y\n Overcoat showyoilwhal j
! f^V ■ _   "IP    11   O    we have,   Westll   \
i   * *11S   I  ail   .   have sonic beauties left
i       McSWEVN & (ik'lllllll. Till: I lADIMi TAILORS
Mark Your Ballot Thus
|    JAMES ALMOND BAKER
y               o( the City ol Slocan, Miner
Q   WILLIAM ALFRED OALLIHER
/^           of llie City ol Nelson, Barrister
X
O   CHARLES HERBERT MACKINTOSH
^J        of tlie Cily of Rossland, Gentleman
Nuw is tin' time to order your
Christmas
Photo S *&
Also to onlerthat Eulnrgctni'iil y
wuul to send i. > mother,
Prest Photo Co.
OVERCOAT
7
y
Senson. Von iu nil pn.b.
al.ilily will l.e lmvi.it- one
We keep a big stu'ek, till in
Ihe latest fashion, snel. as
the lie pnnying fill  re
presents    Remember this:
SI I.I  we   not   l.e able to
lil you from our stock, wc
Ittive n grenl line of tip-In
diile samples flout  which
> i.l.      -elect     ,|    t.illten,
and Wl Will mute yon ll
Suit "i Overcoat t" order
iu ..... Blyle on enrth, N,.
Money reipiired ..mil the
suit   is on .our linck,    If
J hen an, uol sntisllid
...ui are ..ill nothing, nnd
we it'iitnin friends,
MORROW  &
McFARLANE
OPERA HOUSE
2 NIGHTS 2
Monday, November 21
F, A, H'ADK'S
Beggar Prince
Opera Company
"HE ADVENTURES OF
Y /">-'   'I   --s I*-    V-Ts,'""'
THE S1N0IN0 LESSON
Moaday Night, "FRA DIAV0L0'
Tuesday Night,"LA MASCOTTE'
\l. lllll.l. Hell  llnll  I.   1 ...lll'l'll
I.y dm limil inniinttors.
Prices. $LOO, 75c.
l;,.,l..,,..l inirly rate*
.lie l'.I'd: (oi out el
ties ntlraelltui.
will tu- nl.c....
town iMlroiu I.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About the City  by Asking
Oltestinns nf  Many  People.
\V. [{. Koss. of l-'eruie wns in
lown lasl Snturdny,
It.   L   T,   Unlbrnith,   of   fori
Steele, was in town last Monday.
The ■Sim Wnler l'rcssiire"necly-
leue u'tls lllueliillc   sold   liy    lis   is 11
wonder Pi v Hros.
Horn. ..a Tuesdav. N'ovetuber 11
I'.nil, to Mrs  I). W. .1 s. a girl.
K. S. I'.aroii. who was operaleil
upon lasl week for .appendicitis, is
doing nicely.
Mrs. mis Staples returned this
week front u trip to Iter la.un- in
Slillwnler. Minn.
Mrs. If .1. Klliolt Ilns arrived lo
keep house for her brothers lieorge
and Clyde .Manaliau,
What   ray   shall   full   upon the
scene'.
Acetylene, acclylci e.
Sec  I'utuiore Hros. for Ihe best
light in town.
"ltcggar Prince" Opera company
next Monday and Tuesday, There
will !m' a big rush for scats.
Fnil Ilazeii returned Thursday
from Poplar Creek where he has
been prospecting this summer,
li.  II.  Bartley nnd  wife leave
about December 5th  for   a three
month's trip to  Edinburgh, Scot-
laud.
The C.P.li. Qnndrille dub has
fjostpoucd its dance that was to
have been held next Wednesday
evening.
(Inr light is nearest   to daylight,
Pul.uorc Hros.
"THE WILGA"
First Class Boarding Establishment
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
FOR ROOMS AND TABLE BOARD
Apply to
MRS. HOADLEY
(.'. It, Pollen, president of the
Kootenay Central railway, has
gone to Victoria on business con-
t led Willi tho road,
The   Hospital  Aid  society will
meet next Monday evening nl the
I ie of Mrs. A. Morrison  for the
electa fa president.
Lost, two buckskin pouches, one
containing $()">, and the oilier ST.
Finder please return to Herald
office nud receive rewtird.
Charles Gnsklll litis moved his
family to Kiniliorley where he will
live to look after the new mill that
his company has put in there,
X. ('. McKiiistry is making his
stable blossom forth like a new
blown rose, and the change is nil
due to an attractive coal  of paint.
Acetylene gna is easy   on   your
c.Ves. I'atlll'ole   Hros.
The business houses were till
closed loilny on nccount of Thnnks-
giving, and all the people hud II
holiday except the tinwspnpcr stnlf.
ltoud Siiperinieiident McKay
has the thanks of the people of
Crnnbrook for some excellent work
that he has dime on the streets the
I'list week.
Don't forget th .inert   toiuiir
row night for the licnclll of St.
Mures church, The program is
one thut will appeal to tin- lover of
the musical,
.lade,. Bottltbee returning officer
for this district, wus in town lasl
Wednesday for the purpose of ,lis-
trilmting the ballot boxes for the
election next Tuesday.
Wanted Lady desires position
as stenographer. Good references,
Apply The Herald. lli-tt.
Hubert Kincniil wus arrested one
day litis week for being'intoxieateil
and a revolver was found upon his
person. He was given a line of
Si", for the latter offense.
Experienced accountant, shorthand writer and typist desires Oil-
gngcinenl in January. First class
references, salary ' $11X1. Apply
Crnnbrook Herald. 811 21.
An "at home" will bo given by
the Knights of Pythias in their
Castle hull next Wediiesiluy .'Veiling. Nov. 211. All visiliug knights
arc cordially invited.
Sale or exchange  for  Farm  or
timber lands   Nine t in residence,
one block from i»,st olliee. Hansen
Avenue. Cranbrook. IS. C,
llll-tf P. Uud.
Dr. .1. II. King received word
this week thut his father. Senator
King, of ('hipiuan. N.H.. was quite
ill and the doctor left for the old
home this afternoon,
A  cling of the W.  C. T,  I'.
will l.e held Thursday November
2llh. in the Presliyleriaii church
at il p. m. All llie ladies are m-
qtiested to Ih' present.
Wanted, n furnished house for
the winter.    Best of cure taken of
it,   Address The Herald,
The mock parliament will meet
one week from Friday night at
Wentworth hull. The change in
the meeting place was made nec-
ncessnry by the great interest
manifested in the parliament.
There will be several matters
brought up for discussion at, the
next session that will prove extremely interesting and no doubt
there will 1.0 u large crowd present.
There is no admission and no
doubt there will lie u large crowd
present,
Your Wants
Our Aim..
We have studied the wants of llie people in this
district,   Thut is  ■ business.    And in b.tvina
our Christ.nns stuck «■.- hu..- mud.' it a p.iut t..
I..1J wlllll you wuul. t'lirlli.-iuiorc. we linye
Imuglll Inyv lids yenr, uud you tire tu gel the
bcu-lil. We Imvc everything it, ll..- w,,\ of
I a,l.l.s. HOOKS, TOYS, LKATHKH HOODS
DKI'XSIXll CASKS, I'H'TI |(KS, TOII.KT
AKTK'I.Ks. Kventhiiig llml you or ihe
Chd.b-.-i.   in:,.,    wiint,     Call    „.   and
C. E. Reid & Co,.
&/>e Druggists
Mrs, F. .1. Bradley, who has
1 ennli I at SI, Eugene hospital for the pnsl two in,mile, with
an attack ol typhuid of fever, is
now on the fair road to recovery,
Mr. and Mrs. nits Staples "I
Stillwater Minn., uut,ounce the
eiigiigeiitent of their daughter, Lillian Barbara Staples, tii'Dr. Prank
William (ir.  of Cranbrook. IS.C.
In the Hupt.st church the subject Sunday evening will be "The
Parable of'the Harvest." Speeial
thanksgiving music bus been inc.
pnreil by the choir.    All  iuc  web
collie,
Con Travel's, of Minnesota. .-.
sawyer of years of experience, is
stopping nl' Ihe Crnnbrook hold.
Anyone needing the services of a
lirst-class sawyer should see hiin
ut once.
Wanted to liny Chickens and
young roosters in iitty qituntitv.
Apply S, (!. Iloadley. "TTu-Wilga','-
It is tin,ugh! that Madame
D'Ki'inn. who sings lit Ihe concert
totuorrow niclit will remain over
Sunday and sing til both morning
nnd evening service in St. Marys
church.
Invitations have been issued [or
the marriage of Miss Caroline
Bertha Mossaitil Mr, W. V. (int.:
which is to occur on Wednesday,
November BUth, I p. in., nl Christ
church.
.1. (I. Tenipletoit is a rusher,
When he wants goods Iu- gets
them, ns wus illustrated by the
receipt this week of three great
boxes of Christmas goods, weighing very nearly a ton. sent liy ex.
press.
W. K. Cook, lelcgrnph operator
on the C. P. II. ,u this city, litis lie
eeptiil ti iHisitiiat with thecomtuer-
cin] depiirtiiient of the same coin-
patty tit Calgary uud left her.- on
Wednesday to continence his new
duties,
Miss Edith Pcvcrilli. of Thorn-
hill. Mini., who hits been visiting
Iter sister Miss Ethel Peverilli for
some time left lasl Wednesday
morning forCidgnry where she will
spend the winter wiih her sister.
Mrs. liillis.
Next Friday the seats for tin-
■■Beggnr Prince" Opera company \
will lie on sale at Beid'sdi'iig store,
and The Herald is willing lo veil i
tiire llie assertion thut then, will
not be a ticket for the lirst per
fornii by Saturday nigliL
For Sale ,.r Exchiiiigit lor farm
lands, timber hinds or city property
in East Kootenay my '■' r , n si
<]i-nrr in Spokane, corner Arthur
street and Fifth avenue, fnciug|
Liberty Pnrk. Peter Lund. Ward-
tier. B.C. !l.'|.2t,
The members of t he lire brigade
innilcti test of the new' waterworks
system this after m,  The results
yvere eminently satisfactory us tln-y
were nlile to throw two streunis
over the Hag pole on the Wall
building which is three stories
high.
Tlie number of travelling men
who stop iu Cranbrook is simply
wonderful. Mr. Rollins, of lln
Cranbrook hotel, says that th.
number has increused very materially the past three month's. This
fact spunks a great deal lor the
prosperity of Crnnbrook,
Miss Rtitley, sister of Prank
Kutlcy. arrived front the Terrili r
ies this yveek whom she bus been
visiting for some lime past nud
will remain tin- guest ,.l In r brother
for a few yvecks before returning
to her home in California.
NOW OPEMNfi!
A laru iisigiunenl uf
SpanishWines
^ Port and ^
^Sherry...
A. I.. McDERMOT       •*|§B»:
Wholesale wines, Ltquurs anJ Cleai.        ^ccXv
CUANtlkUIII.. II. C.
^ tkWm aaaimaj&v no 9
K
Hutch - Hutch
r 1
l  FOR SALE  }
I '"• I
! A linncli of llak.T stre t   Lots. !
! Some lots on th.-  hill, with m  J
villnml houses oil li..-.
II wniit War S.-rip. j
I will buy of  sell St    K■;.,        I
| and Sullivan. I
V««»«im» asaamia mmmtm*mtW
When Vou Tlilnk «/ INSURANCE.-Yu..  II,  .!.
HUTCH
X.
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Stoves, Ranges, Coal and j
Wood Heaters
Don't forget that wc do all kinds uf PLUMBING required in
your house.    Wc guarantee all our work in
be done by first class plumbers
McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
% When You Buy Liquor
% Buy the Best =
2\ ■ &
T            We are in receipt of nninvni.'i'frotnjth,   l(o\ .^
Y lerv.    It is pure, litis the nge, and from a  mcliciuul i«.iut  is ^
<j>  ius'i the thing.   We sell everything in  the li |U"t
<»> line
»
A. C. B0WNE5S
Wholesale Dealer in Liquors and Cigars
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Hot Water
f        il.ni't lid il Hu ui  li'.'   nun,  »l,„  |llU'lll„
plK.lt iii ii.'l- in lu.l wnler,    I -unU. In-
%$\ u  ■	
■f0.    F Plumber
>»\\ Villii.
,   ., v  i|,l/, I llll just I" I'unl uut  what   ,'-:,! |.luii.U.-H
WL\\W4 can ,ln to supply you with pli'iilj ..I hot
\Nnv\\alui-     water all Una,, call on as,   Wc never
1 ' ' > „,.,  i„ I.,.,  wnler hi-raiisi' we keep you
well Bilpplii'il.   eVe llie points
PiTMAnC   linAC PUIMBINO, HBATINtl. k IN(I »nJ
A I J lUKt   I5KOJ., VliNIILUIM. ENGINEERS TIIK   lliANP.I.'OOK    III'.I.'AI.I.
PROCLAMATION^^ uppor(€aia^!^^
ELECTORAL
STRICT OF
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K*T\ M\ T* 8^ r% l   A   ^
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and Kw your money in the Country.
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TZjriy      % ly Canadian and offer Lower Rates in contrast to
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tf. * Sl-i»> ■>. ,.■-.-...    .   5,  • [T
| the Cosmopolitan Bote!      |
it ^F RATES $2 PER DAY •]
A Firstclass House  Centrally Located
•j Fine Sample Rooms In Connection.    Hie bedrooms ,i<l;
ii arc airy and comfortable, and the table is the best the !,;!
1
if
11, i
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.i;$rs^§SP^i«»a  the exorbitant rates charged by outside companies   ll market affords.
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ARNOLD & ROBERTS
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
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JOHN BOULTBEG.
Return       Officer.
..-.-■/. , -- - : -   - - - ■-.--.
The Sen M09
«   -
i
estaurant
11. ITO, Proprietoi
Ti,i^ is .1 new restaurant, and
will I)-: operate I on modern
plans. Open day and night,
and the best the market a 'fords
will   be   served   on   the tables
Best meal in the country for the
least money
Tobacco, Cigars and Fruit
Opposite C. P. R. Station
auw.Tr::    >n^Kni^^«w.^.l-»»rt-J'Ssn«aa■a»TxaaBH■IHMMBB9R«aBB»al
..DRINK .
CRANBROOK BEER
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.    Ash for CranbrooK
Beer and insist on having it.
The Cr&nbrook Brewing ® Making Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of sa.ll kinds of Ac-rated Waters.
CRANBROOK, ^   >^   ^   British Columbia
-.:---:-:-: - idrt^Jirimm/mn
»ewi,v:t-  ...::..-.'G nmOHanBH
®5M3) @» ,.-. ® ,.  ,.. ,.',.', ...
KOOTENAY HARBLE
'mONUHENV WORKS
 -NELSON, It. C.
Miiiiiifiiotun.rs of tuul u   -    .        I retail iloulers iu
Marble and Marble Work of All Kinds.
Wii own our own qmnrii's, tuul tin- i|ti.ilii> is roiiriili'il
i<> In- lit.- Iifsi. Monuments, Headstones, ftarhle Trimmings for liuikliiiv;-, ti spi •iiill-), 1 \\ l.uv iiiu Inxu its ymi
L-.'t lln- iiiiiirri.il nt Hrsl I'oa .
i inn 'ii   irWiiiii
*«Ei3KAc^^.'iM'■■■..-:-.-.   ■>-*-.cv:'t .».';?i.y.?iH»^'mtasHLi
J. I:. Stephens,
11.1.. Stephens,
Mi ICinkaulitri
J. Lawson.
pras8M-^''f37.^:ci:r.'.«...^-:'i ;;\;:h-m ,.;<!,,, >..-.-'.:-.:-;ai.
ai.'.'i
W.R.BEATT
As we predicted several months
months ago, the Flathead country has been thrown open. The
" rush is on." The mines are
runningfull blast and everything
is lovely. If you are in our neighborhood come to the Alexandra
Hotel. It is the best hotel in
ihe district	
HL: ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens Urns. & C,,., Owners mnl Proprietors,
Morrisscy Mines, IL C.
...... 7::,7-.V.-. 1WHTWI
II. I.. Stephens
.1. !:. Stephens
I -wrm—rirrnniTM
u,in.. ,. iw  'i.m   i.nw
The Gieat Northern is building
from Morrissey to the east.
Morrissey   is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc The
Australian Hotel is the "Hub."
Ii you wish to find anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
lind your man there	
WC..-...v,nf-l-.--iSJ.--*:.Si«l.TW.lWWRlftMBa
-..-*:*   :-.:-.    :;.   JV...-T   ... , ■ r  .. -r- railw[
HE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE BIQ WHITE HOTEL.
Stephen* Bros., Owners and Proprietors,
Morrisscy Junction, tt. C.
■tfWATfwz :r-iiif ::'..-*;- '.^i.'-'iqti^'iaraieini
HEMS FROM MOYIE
ll,I  MnVin   1,,-1,,,,-r
Mrs. II. Cniuoroii wus visitititr
wiili frictiils iu Cfuiilii k during
till- Wee!..
.'•,. ('. Il.raticss. tlie ivholcsulc
i; jiinr di'iili'i' of i Iruubrook, was it,
M„yicyciilcrdti,y.
.1. .I.ilinsmi  is it,  Colorndo
will sni'iitl
Sit,,] in On., - •  .. -., i|„
Muck.
.     - .ul   the best work;
UNDERTA! " '    ■ '
Springs. I'olnrudo
(lie Willli'f   t In 'I.'.
M  A.
anij J. G.CUMMINQS
1
EMBALMING    | provincial land surveyor
FERNIE
CRA'i^fU-;u;
telephon : 89,      gj,
fltflcc rem , J to i in bull, ng ncxl  |
Royal Hold nfier lugusl 1st
DHSJE^'l.
UNDERTAKING
EMBALMING
A Large Str-ck in Caskets and
Robes.' j>   -*
Phone night        iaj  77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
CRANHROOK, B. C.
■BfraB55S3siK«!-5?~;.:-.s. :i ■ SSia;:
R. LOOAr^
t»J
♦   Have \»u iny Polnllng to be Done?
t   [in iny ni \nut R ;;- Need Papering?
*
li- SO SEE
KERCH '-NT
■ l      ,■■: n     ■: in ii    ■■
Ivn imn on \rmslron; ',-..
3. C. LIVERY
aiid mil) STABLE
wns in   Moyie sov
■.-.i'liui:: tlio wi'uk ntti'iiil
i i ih.. Ii.t.-iiiess of tlie linn,
Jolin Mi-liuiiiild. ih- liontniim
wns iu tin- C'rnulii'oiik liospttnl for
n few duys, I lc is lioiuc ;ic,-iin ,-iiid
i   '--ii-idci-idv iniprovcd in  licnltlt.
• I.  I-'. M.   PillkllUlll,    IIIUUUL'CI-   of
tit., lutpi i-ii.l Hunk of C'liiiiidn, nnd
It. K. H.'iiltii', [jostiiiiutur nud
uupitiilisl of Crnnbrook, wet-,- iu
Imvii U'cdiii's-duy I',.i- n   few   In,ins.
Till'(llllll  nl    till-    fool   Of   Movie
luki' wlii -li wns  |.ui   in two years
:..-., I..V the  I'iusl   Kin.lcntiv   l.u'inllcf
e int| ..-..I mis i-citiovcd ihis niH.lt
Iu tl„ suit..'.- pntiy,     'I'lu- clnin
• II ■ l« ■ II 11 B, -,- of   If.iul.lc   ever
il ...i- l.iiill.    I'.v rnisintr till'
'    -    ill  the  Ink.'  il     Used    tO    lined
\ T (.'lurk's liny rniii'li und il nlso
rl ..I with llii' runtime; ,,r the
M. K,t-.--,-,,,- mill, Action wns
Inken iu Hie courl I.y both the
;. coinptiuy iiiid Mr. Chirk
. Liu:., r.ir the reniovul of the dnui,
..   ' lo ..void  further trouble llie
compuin litis ,i leed to their  re-
ouest. The tliiiiicost nenrlvSI.OOO,
Anollicr (linn will In I,mil' I'ui-lli,ii-
i.i.ii lite river, which will eunlile
ii,-- ■-• .m | .-inv to c'.-l ii hend of water
when they choose willuutt niisiiiK
the wider in Ihe luke,
FORT STEELE ITEMS
|   W.N.CLARKE. :
j Kslimnti's i.i-,,-n on   .1 ■. i-.-
| trnets.     We don'l wnnl   the ;
j ci.i-th.     We   wind   to j I :,- j
j you with Ihe work uud receive ;
[ Royal Unlet, Cranbrook !
nnd   snddlu   horses nt
rensonnble t'ttle,     1 lur
I'h.-ts. Cock, Crnnbrook, wus nl
Sleele l-'i-i.li.v on Imsincss,
•I   I'. M. Piiikliiini.  iiuuiiiei'i' ul
e linperiul llnnk, Crnnbrook wns
ul Steele Tlitirsdnv,
iiu>-illlicl.>":iv,..;„,,d .    B,(|
veil n   Iclcc'i-n
nnd Mrs. A, II. Grace,
yours of nKo.nndlenve!
son   uud ilniiLdttes to
A GREAT SUCCESS.
The Al Ihiinceivcn Inst I'Vidtn
I'vi'tiinir nl Wciiiw-.it-ih hull l,v tl.
C. P. U..|iin.liill club wns u' pi
nminccl success. There were 1
lui'lli' iiiiniiier of quests preseul tini
ii 111.ist cntet'tniuiiic- |.r..u-inin pre
setilcl.   One I'enttire of   the   .>.',,
ernni wns the nppeurnu I   new
tnlf.it llitit proved 11 plensiiiK uur
prise to the tnldicncc. und -j   ve 1 i.-i
t.. ninny words of praise for th.
iitusicni i.l.iliiy displayed. Tin
program wus ns follows:
"jllihilulu i'l..-.-"     I,,,!,...
Vn.'nl llll.'l    K. HnlTiiiii. II. Win,
Hnuir. "1'l.ll.lni. II "  M.-- I'  : .	
Ili,ii,.i,... nm I llllll,nnl Him   .
 Mi. .Mel ml  tuul.
Cu.-lll ,,,,..,.• I.,,,l„mnl   W„,,l,'	
 Il,-is. si.n. hi, I Kin   ,
Siiini.-lli-iUnin-l.. tin'K   .
  M..  -I    '     K"„l
I',.III,i^'il.i  ills    I :    111   ■
h'uiiK. Triu	
Mil-    Mlll'lllll, lli-l-,,-1     lie-    I'll,||	
I'M  Hunt,         Ih    I   III.. !.
Itn, i..un,... ■ Wliiil S.......I I'l In"
  '     llnrli ,:
ll,..-.  Ml   tli.l'i.wu.
«n„K, "Alli'lmml" ,. ,, Mr. I    IVnrl
I'  s„„u       'I    I .limil..,
s.uin 11,- .1  1. K    1.
nli
..It.
Cuiiis ii|K'r:i fur Crnnbrook.
1 In u very hire.,, gnnrnulee, .Mr.
Crtnisl I'  Nelson, has  secured
In- i-iiuipli'lc tour of tin, llritisii
Colutnliiii und Alberlit lltcntrieiil
circuit. Crnul.rook is to huve Iwo
uic;lil'. M iiiilnv. Nov. 21, Auber's
Itenutiful i-uiiiunlic opera "l-'i-u
Dinvolo,' Tuesihiy, Nov, 22," "I.;.
.',!,.:.i-iiie" or - 11,-uu.-.r Prince,"
Mr. Wude's compniiy has been 11
most successful "tic for the past
twelve senions throughoiil the cen-
trill nud smithcIII   Stales, llllll   this
sun r  ..11   their lirst  Cniiiiilinn
lour lliey |iluyed I" enpneily husi-
ness [or three weeks in Ihe'Winni-
I'-u tlieiiti-,.. nnd repented their
sn is in Hmudoii.
The   personnel of  Ihe company
hits ri'iuni i pi-ncticnlly the siiitic
for the pusl live yc-ii-s. nnd in.
eludes some of the best comic opera
tnletil in Amerien.
Mi-- Irene Palmer is I lie priuin
d,. 111,11 sopruno.siipporleil bv Addic
M I'm-d uud  I.Hit, Thorn; Hert-
rude   Hut.liens', ml   Winifred
Pi'lcrson inv tl rullo's: l\ W.
Wultersund .Inj C T'nylor, te -s:
<l. Itryou llinuii uud Curl Ijioberg,
linril. s.   'i'l,,, minor pi,its nre iu
cnpuble luilids, nnd Mr. I-'. A.Wad,-
nnd -l.-ieL SpnuldiiiK play the .-..in.
ed.i pill't .. Iiiiii ;i(udesiil is the
iimsieul director.
There is |iorhnps no class of
iiuinsenietit .... enterlttiniiig us good
comic opera, forit nlivnyseoiiibiues
,-. c I pint ni- si.n-v. dramatic sit...
minus, tuul  side splitting eoi ly.
nil cupped l,y eseelh'lll music Aiid
there is |„ limps   u-gani/nliou.
|,laying llienue nighl sltllid houses,
mnl-" ,'i.piilile th,-in ih,- Heggnr
''rim'.' '' puny.
Al   Ihe   close of Ihe   program
refresh nls were served nnd lltcii
those who cared toivmuin indulged
in dniiciiig until 11 Inle hour, nud
the mnjorify of the guests reiimin.
I'd.     Ti VCIlillB WnS   I'll.'   nf    tin-    #i-li**!-;*,13Ziiiil*tff£H*k,
iijiisI plenstml ever given iu   Cri
brook, hut the mouibursof the .-Inl,
huve 11 fncultyof innkingn Biieeesa
of whnlcvei- they nttclllpf.
Hay lur Sale.
The undersigned litis -iiiu tons of
No. I lintnlliv hny ni si 1..M1 pei-
ton mnl .'.llll Ions of lirsi cla-s it|
i-iiii- I., nil  horses Bin-
bled with us.
from   .Mrs.   Clrucu   on   Tliiirsdnv.  I,l,ml   !'»)' "I    ,ul0  I".'1
* BUSINESS   COLUMN S
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!S Local:, in this column will be S
.i, w
ll; charged at the rate of 5 cents J
||; per line each issue. *
iliilii l»l«lItlKHlm<«
Ti il.c nml  tiplnml   liny,  proasoil,
Rullnriin',1 ci-.s lurwdo.   Write (,„■ low
I'oi, l',;lhl' I'rlre*. I. He Kelir, Dltlilinry, Alt:,.
ilrllHHliiilB EOS ■-, 1 aBOBBMBHI
P. BURNS (il CO.    I
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Wholesale ami Remit
m       MEAT
I MERCHANTS
'. .-.-.I, nml Cured ..Meats    -■
Fresh    Fish,   (iuitie   and
Puiiltrv.
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We suppl) onl) the best     Wnr
ir.il.- is solicited
[jjp    Market! in ;ill the pricipitl towns
In Brit Iih Columbia
ill
\   ..Manitoba Hotels   I
«;                              (t'lider Xew Mauugenientl »
*.                 1). A. McDONALI). rUmager *
J- This Hotel is in the center ol  town.   The  rooms are »
J: in i rt.tble and well furnished, the dining rojai is first- {
j; class, and the bar is supplied with the best.    When you »
J' want a good place to stop conic to the Manitoba. I
I            WE GIVE YOU YOUR HONEY'S WORTH \
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all lines of
WALL PAPERS
Call and see us before
buying. Our patterns
will please you.
Mouldings to match
all papers.
I F. J- Bradley & Co. !
J Armstrong Ave.        CRANBROOK, B. C.
'Phone 52 2
fT*i<>^t4fff*^tT>t*4T*t<'''lvvi>v*«vt**i.ttr*tftii*T*tTtf4
Drink Home Beer
It Is Pure
It is Healthy
It it* the I test
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
staling   llml   his   (Inilglller,  .Mrs.
John S. 111',-ins hud  died  nt  her
liuiiui in   Wiihhnnt.   Muss.     Mrs.
iV C. ftkldiNSlRY, Prop.      tliggins wus the only child of Mi.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
(lids I'm- i icdintn shipment; rate
p™io,,!''lB '" \vT Dunn." ^'^.^i^ri^C^^^lZ ^ sl,flcS ™&*™-    ^f*
olds. Alberta,   iiinrim, • AppiyioA. 0. i'Ibboi. of repairing,   (live me a call.
'i ■...■ • ,.«-..t-j«sii iru-si'M
ji Say, People j
l    II.He yilll II    the    tVlirll    "I
|7   I 'row .   Nest   Sleulii l.nuiidl-l
7 ll.V.    irrlnii.l)   up    n>   dm..
I? Specinl rules'I'..r   I Is  nnd
':': -   il,   work.      S|.e. inhis
i I'-, n'l-    blankets   uud  uur
I   IllillH,        White    llllior      null
IZ  Pet-feel salisl'tuii,.,, given I.y k
y Crows Nest I
I    Steam Laundry f
7  SLATI-K & McPIIEE, I'roprielnrs  2
I »K Jvs^sit-.i-jvisrsJrsirsJrsjrsB^Bs^a
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