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OCT l.t 19(14
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VObUME
niAMlh'iiiiK.   URITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   OUT.   13,   1904.
M MUKlt   211
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Head Office. Toronto.
iln*,. atm. a. Cox, President
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I iiliil   Kt.nii.ir« Nu,. ..II. 'II.I
ii. l-j. Wai.kkh, Oh. -tan,
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it., tu.tioono
.ij.ni-._-_ on
;  Hi-posiis Received,   licncnil Hanking Business Transacted
j S.VIMIS BANK DBPA-TM-NT   -Multi Kcicl.cd   Inicicit .llowtd.
;        I'RBSBN.*RATB OP INTEREST ITIKI-I- PBRCBNT
I       IIANKINtl IIV Mill.* li .* h..,_,l. nmi In- iiin.lt- .mil iiilli.liiiiin In inml.
Hlllll IllllHlH ilititll-HHI-ll
<'li mil -Ui-.lv*- |'......|.l iiii.'nln.ii.
P. C. MALPAS, Manager.
ovory utti'iii
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i      IA1PERIAL BANK OF CANADA      ]
;; Capital, Paid Up $3,000,000 S
5 R-Jit $2,850,000 J
S HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. J
Z T. R. Mtrritt, Pres.   D. R. Willti**, Vice Pks. and Go. Manager $
S CRANBROOK BRANCH S
1 SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT"J,n;Sts.t-L0WED I
J A general banking business transacted. Drafts sold availa- J
■>. He in every part of Canada, United States and Europe. Special _
* attention to collections. J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.     S
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-Io tbe people of South East  ! |
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/ hare disposed of my business to Mr../. (,'. Templeton,
formerlu nf Culgnry,
I wish to thank the people of Cranbrook and district
for the eery liberal support they hare invariably accorded my
'Ik stare, and purticulurly for the lust year's business, which was
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;. 50 per cent, bitter than the precious near.   I would ash for
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} Mr. Templeton thc same generous treatment.   In hint ymi will
fi'ml n thoroughly reliable druggist, whu is prepared to doyour
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f' Ilrsl imig   and I will guarantee it will pay you lo deal al
lln lliii Drug nnd Booh Store,
lours faithfully,
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sitting room, kitchen,
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;- other accessories. Sit it-
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j Armstrong avenue.
I Tliis will be sold furn-
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ONEY TALKS,*_*
Leastwise good munis uml ymir money's worth.
WVw in lnisiness to stay, tuul depend always on tin1
goods we well ii) induce .further orders, If you see tiny
"chestnuts" In our stook, Hs bpemtso they are good,
BOUlld eliestnuts, ns staple ns wheat ;ui<l etitlitlly good
property for the store tlutt sells goods. L*»t's itmke
you a cuetoiuor, too.
WILSON, the Jeweler.
N. R.'-Up-tiHitc Engraving Dune Here.
BEATTIE SELLS OUT,
u.-iiititiuik    Pioneer Druggist  Disposes
i.l llii Store in .1. ii. Templeton,
Win.n ii iLi-iir-i r_ii__-i-.ln-i_i.il
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liriinks pioneer druggist, i
nut lln* |ii'n|il.' ii- ii ". .Hi snr
lirisi-il. nml iniiin mt. Innili in L
li_v. timi it im-. mi. Vi-l ii is :i
Imi. nml mi Tn.-.ilm i-n iim'.'.nh, ,
Ilm lllsk ul iii\..i. ii... lln It -l... I,
was completed, Ml lli'liltit- inin.-I
ovor tin' keys to Ilu- mn proprietor,
•I. II, Tnlltplnlon, uml ivitlkiil nu.
uf iln- i-ii.tv ilmi li lnul l.y liis
energy iiiiiI I.nsiiii-SH nliilily iniuln
known i'liuii unr nnil t.i Ilm Koo.
tniiuys In tin' ...li.'i-. li uill si'i'in
Btrnilgo I'm- iiuliilr imi In Iiml
"Bi-rt," ns In- um. nu wil known.
behind Ilu- i- Ins 4,|  il,,.  post,
ollit-i- Drag nl.iiv. Kn.ni lh,. lim..
Hint Crnnbrook wus composed otu
l'i-w |i'.*n|ili' nml ui.Iimit.-il li..|»*.
Mr. Benttie 1ms work.il  t-nrly nml
BEAUTIFUL M.ESENTS
am it|i|)ri'rinti. liv iih nil. 'I'liiTi. Ih
llotllill. ill lll'l |.ri'Hi'tit liiu' llinilitli.
I luil'h iniin- Fiiniilit tnr llinu Invttl,
Wnliliim I'ri'Hi'titH. OntolM. •vt.il.liiin
liiil. «i I hu tiiiiilii mul r_'_v,-i!. 'Du hh
ulm rireiv*- litem will illllllil. Vllllli-
tlti'iu if thiivn- frum nur tiniiilrniiui'
in*- Hiimk jiiHt. r,'i:,'ivi-il.   Bllrerwjl-H
|irrill,lllilltltl'H.      'I'l'lim-li-.  |,lll.U., Illl|l-
kili I'lvUH, klllV-_, lorkn mul Hpunn. —
I'li'i'.vtliiiiit:in Hlivi-rtlin.'. wnr.li.  in
Iiti iiiiult'iihi-ut iih ii uill. Tint., nru
initiill.v pretty mul -vntiilt-rlully rlteup.
W. jf. Gate,
.IKHIil.KIt IN .nt'TIUIAN
Illll.liil Wuli'li lliH|t. Iur .'. I'. II.,
I'ruivH Nest I'iihh IlivlNiuli.
I
littt- ut tin' store, nii'i in nil prnli-
iliilitv lu- lini-iv more |H-ople personally nml wus known liy more
people tliun nny other iiulivitlnul
in tin- whole tlistriet, uiul perlinps
there is nol nnother mnn in the
district wlm lnul sn ninny wiinn,
persot.nl frienils, li wns lii-fort-
there w.m nuy town here thnt .Mr.
Benttie nrriveil Iron. Rosslniul.
when, he hml been working for n
brief time, 11.* wns liiil. mora
tlimi ;i boy thru, young in yenrs
ninl young in nppenrnnee, He
wont i" work nl the Crnnbrook
Lumlier company's snwinill, niu!
mn' ..f tho jobs li.'* lnul .*li:ii*i.-.. nf nt
ilmi time wns iln* piling of skills,
n wi-i-1, llml In hus ii.."!' been
iislin.ni-l ot simv. :.'. : wliieh lins
ulwuys stood to his erotlit. As
soon ns tin* building ims rendy,
ntnl it is tin* sume ns lln* one oet-ii-
pied now, oxcepl llml Un- present
building is grontly i-nlnrgeil nml
vnstly improved, Mr. Benttie open-
til his drug store. Th.- population
wns limited in those ilnys und thu
gen-hil henlth "I il..' people distressing!) gootl, Iruiii lli.- Btnnd-
point uf :i tlruggist, Thorn were
iiuui) 'Ini- when lln- ret-eipts iliil
imi nggregule $1, nml to .uu- wiih
less hope, less tnilli in C'l-niibrook
uml the districl, the future would
lmvi- iooked oxlrenielv gloomy,
llul Mr. Ht-llttie wns imili uf ilm
righl slnll II.' kepi lllieilll ui Ilir
procession, iniikinti rrientls nml
innking n enstonier "I evor\ now
arrival in tin* country, People
sunn I'iiiiii. mil tlml ho'thoroughly
iinili-i-sl.mil his l.usiiirss. thut lm
was a dispenser nf lm* more thnn
ordiunry  nliilily,  ami   Uny   lnul
fllilll in' linn ll was sunn lll'leI* he
started Ihai Ile ndopleil the phi-use,
**ll I'ays lu |)i*nl nl   BcnUies" I
it liivii'iii.' fiuniliiir lo nvery imli-
iniilnl in Ilu* entire districl, Ilu
was  mil   s4ili-.li,.I  I., sii  slill ami
wail fur  Iimii' t u lu him. he
wonl al'li'i* il. As nn advertiser Im
wiih oxcoptioniiily nli ii. Ilu paid
Tho   I Iiml.]   hundreds of dollnrs
during tin- li   In1 wus in liusi-
tmss here, nml he Ims spi'tti hundreds nf dollnrs in advertising in
other directions. llis business
grew wiih Ilm growth nf ilm country, liis slum was eiilnrgeil lime
und again, until it is totlnytlie best
equipped ilrug ston- lo Iin found in
nuy town of 5,000 people in western Canada. As li i*ilizeti Mr.
Benttie has always been public
spirited nml he was always counted
on for out- ef the best contributions
when uny mntter enmo up of public
interest thnt necdcil funds.
The Hernlil is stttisl'mil Hint tlm
people will lit- plehsed tu know that
Mr. Benttie bus no iili-a of leaving
Crnulirook. He will remain iu
t-liitrge of the postofflco uml lunttii-e
some other business plans tlint he
bus iu conl.'iiipliititin. He snys
thnt Crilllbiook people un- good
enough for him, mul thnl. lu-will
remain here to engage iii business
when he is ready In slurf mi any
thing new. Tlint Mr. Benttie hus
prospered In Crnnbrook there is uo
-ticslioii. Ho started witli nothing,
stun*, lm is the owner "I consider-1
niil.* valuable propert) in tin town
Mr Templeton, lln', pnn-h.u_-rot
iln stut.'. is a druggist .-' 1' ..ra ot
.iiuiii nn'. mul a few yeurs ugo
li.ul mn n| ilu- Iiul-i'sI dn.g -l"t*. *-
ui ii.st.ri. Cuunilti ut ('nlgnry. Tin*
I'liiuati th.' prnirit did nol ngn-*.
Willi Iiiin mul In* hml I" -' ll mil
t'nr sunn* time lu* Ims boil i-ye
..ii l 'rnnbrook, nml ou Mi' ileuttie's
slut'.'   Illlil n  Hi'ik ugo I In    ' ." I'IIIIII!
tu nu ugtt-4U_.nl  un tin' pi,. I
unit .Mr Templeton owns tin plnee,
Mr Teiniiletoii lu-licves in Cnuibrook mui Kasl l\4iu|i'ii,n lh i„
uf ilm opinion ilmi .his is going to
In- a grant country, nml nlthoiigli
Mr Benttie, in iidditiou to liis
ali'i'iuly   Inrgi'  stui-k.   had  olllentt
 v. Mr. Templeton has gone hint
several better ami i.s sending iu
orders every day fur now guilds.
lb- says iiml this Christmas lm
will hail* the big store tilled from
ceiling to cellar witli tlm besl goods
that money can buy, Business is
no waiting proposition .-iiii Mr.
Templeton. lb- will go ml nfter
ii. II.. has the capital uud lm proposes i.» give tlu- people uf the
district a marvelous sltwk in select
from. 'I'lu- residents nf Crunlirook
will extend a cordiu] reception to
Mr. Templeton ami within a very
sliort time lm will feel thai In- is 'a
pioneer.
ODDFELLOWS CELEBRATE
Tlie Visit of   (irand  Master Net-lands
Made a Memorable One.
The members of Key City lodge,
Xo. 11 t.O.O.F., hi'M a speeinl
meeting Inst Fridny evening to receive the grand master of the jurisdiction of British Columhin', Mr.
T. K, NYel.inik of Vancouver.
There wns a lurge nttemlmice ntnl
nfter the regnlnr order -d' business
lmd been disposed of the lodge was
treated ton most excellent talk on
the order hy ihe grand master,
Othor speakers nildres-ii'il those
present ami nhout 10 o'clock the
members repaired to the dining-
room of tlie Cosmopolitan lintel
whore ajuwigiiiiiiviit spread was in
waiting. Mr. ntnl Mrs. Downes
hnd excelled nil thoir previous
efforts, nml prettier tables were
never laid in Cranbrook. The
room was artistiealiy decorated
with bunting nnd flngs, while
groups of electric globes covered
with shinies that gave forth a soft.
pleasing light, which harmonized
in n most delightful manner with
ihr tnlilis covered wiih beautiful
u'lnss ami silver, relieved by a profusion nf potted plants ntnl droop-
ing palms, Many words of
praise woro heard liy the guests
as they took iheir Boats nnd ilrntlk
in tho benuties of the scene presented. Aside from the members
of lhe order there were a few invited guests and just enough in
number nil together to form an extremely plensunt party, Wright &
MtHwnni's orchestra were in attendance* ami added very much to
the success of lln- evening by the
high class music to which thev
treated the guests.
F. K. Simpson oHiciated as chairman and U. K. Benttie as vice-
ilinirmati. ll was 10:--l) when the
guests took tlieir sents, and about
an hour wns spent in discussing
the following menu:
St.
Oyiterfloti l_o
nnr-iio|iv<'_ L'Rlory     Haltoil AtmotidH
l-nli-t.-ll-itlic-
Mnyninmlnn of Salmon lion.I eiilcken
l'ill-l ol )!....
HollPtl Iiiim PleklHl Tonguo
A*-|iii-iiUUH oif.'ii I'ciiti
Sti-iiin.'il I'.ilnt.i.'M
I'nih-i.'ui I'nililliiu     Boon Puttililtng
I.i- n .Icily    Itn.f.h-m-.T. li.v   \iinill;i*l>'lly
iiioii.ltih' nijitH-iniitic.-
SM'iiMli.'i'i'.vSlini'lnik.'
i |, .1 Kiiilt 1., i.i.ii.l'lii'r-.-.'Jiki'H
li.'i] t'urrnnl Tnrtl.'i.
Iro C'rvnin
U r In- Wni.'t'-
Or.i'.(!»'»   Alipl'-N     Nlllfl    AlllIDIlit-    llfllsitll
U.'l.iin-ir. I'l,,....-
T.'.i Coftw Cn_fin
After oignrs had been lighted
everyone present made themselves
comfortable aud prepurml to listen
to ihc responses 1.. the toasls.
There were only n few anil the geil-
tlemeii selected were men of nbility
andnblu therefore to speak in nn
entertaining manner. Tin1 following wns the toast list:
THR KIND
THE FIRST GUN.
w   \ iiiiiiiiiii Spink-  lua  Big House
un ihc Issues ul tin.- Cimpaiiiti.
'lln' dominion i-nmpj.ign was
•V inil iu this district las. Tuesday
lligl.l In W A llullili. r. win, Ims
r.*|iiisi iit.iiiil thiseo.i8titu.-i.ey in
lln- I _u.ttiiiiic.it house mul is ti cnu
didnte lurri'i'l.'iiluii. Mr.Onlllher
is well known in Cnuibrook and liis
r -ptioll wnsli iiil'iliiil ulm     \\ in
(liiver was tinmcd ns t*hniriuaii ami
utter a few npproprinto remarks introduced Mr. Hullihor, When tlm
gontleu.au arose to sj.-nk his pup
ulitrity was I'vitli-iu-i-'l hy tlm enthusiastic applause tlmt followed,
which was participated in liy a
number of ladies present. After
expressing liis thanks fm- the
opportunity uf tneotiug sn many
nf Cnillbrook's pobplo the speaker
tuiik up tht titaiit issue of the t-iiiu
paign. ilm building of tlm (Irand
Trunk I'nt-itie. For two hours lm
list-iisseil Ilm details uf ilm
•iilitl'nt'l lietween tin- gttvi'l'inni'lil
mil tlm conipnny, stnting frankly
wind changes hnd Ikx-ii niade. wlial
conccBsious liad been grunted,
whnt tlm enst would lie in money
lo the people of I'iiuiiila. whnt the
government guaranteed un tlm
western section antl whal benefits
would nccrue to tin- east uml west
liy tin- building of nnother trims*
continental Hue at this lime.
Without any llonrish but cnlinly
mul logically. Mr. llalliliei' dwelt
upuu the tK.ints of importance, nntl
lime nml again was compelled tu
pause until the applause subsided.
The speech wns nol one thnl
would appeal tothe prejudices uf
the people, luit more to their lnisiness sense, ns it wus u|ph>in statement of tlm conditions ns shown
liy tin- net thut put tin- contracl In
force lietween the government nnd
ilm railway coiupany.
In referring to Ilm tariff -Mr.
(Ialliher snid thut he desired to
make his position clear on two
points. Tlmt although theoretically In- might favor free triidn, under existing conditions it would lie
impossible. He favored and luni
worked tosecure protection on Ititn-
lier und lead products t-ijual to tlm
protection given llic producers uf
applies that lnul to be purchased
by tlie lumber manufacturers nml
lend miners, fit- wns of the opinion thut since it certuiii degree of
protection was granted toother iu-
lusti-it'S iu tlu- country it wus nt.
more thnn fuir thut Britisli C'oluiu-
liiu should enjoy equal advantages,
ami ns long as lie wus iu the houso
lie would work with this end in
iew. nntl lie believed tlliltho would
succeed. After briefly reviewing
liis work in parliumo.it, showing
what lm lnul done to set-tire appropriations for his district, including
tlu* lend bounty thnt hud done su
uracil for mining in South Kusi
Kootenay, he closed with the statement tli.tt lm hoped those who
thought thut tin- Lilieral government lnul done well liy the people,
und thnt lie had looked after the
interests of his district, would ensl
tlu-ir vote for him on the tiny of
election.
Dr. King, M.I'.]'.. followed with
it brief tulk. expressing the opinion
thnt the people of this tlistriet mu!
West Kootenay would show their
appreciation of Mr, Ctnllihor's gootl
work us u member of parliament
ity u big vote on election day. The
meeting then elosttl witli t-heers
fur Lmtrier uml tiitllihiT uud sit
ing "(inil Snve lhe King."
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GOOD
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THINGS!!
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High Prices!
. . . Killed By ... '
Morrow & McFarlane
lll'll   lil'UST
THE I-IIOVIXI'IJ
Hi ,1. II. Ki tut. M. I. A.
Till*: I.AIIIKs
W. P. tliinl, il. II. 'I'l pHiii.r. II. Innilitir
Till! UllAND 1.01X1 _
A. H. linger
TIIU LOCAL LOIXIU
.Inuu'* tiri'rr
LAST KOOTI'.NAV
.lllllll llllliililsnii
Kit. TKIINAI, tllUIAMZA'I'liiNS
.1. A. Iltirroy
It was Hourly 1 o'clock when the
guests clasped hands nnd sung
••(iisl Save the King" and "Aulil
liimg Syne," and departed fur their
hoiiies, ull unanimous in tlioopin*
i  ._   ion thut they lind  spent one of the
..'nil usiile front Ilu- buniluoiue sum I most enjoynlile evenings  in Iheir
thut In* gels out of tin- snle of tho I Craubrook experience.
Cranbrook Literary Society.
Tlio Crnnbrook Literary Bociety
will Iiiiiii its lirst session fur Ihis
season nn n ex t Fridny
night at Odd Fellows; hull. This
society wus organized lasl yenr uiul
proved it greut success, nnd there
is no question Inil tlmt ull nf those
wlm participated in tin- work
prollled thereby, It is organized,
not for u few but for nil win- care
In take  part   iu lln-  work, mnl a
t'urtliul wolcoy.e is extended to tlm ■
public iu In- present at liu- lirst
meeting so  thnt tho membership * . t
mnv lie intuit-us complete as pus- I £* , I    .
sible nt the beginning.   The slnrt | ^f CWTP I   flTlP
t„ „  sii ssful career hns lieen |*w>lvVv A  1111-^
iiinilr liy muny young meu in the | S
liniiie literury society. Crnubroo'
offers the opiKiitniiity uml tli.-r
should lien largo number tnke ml
vantage of it.
At a meeting held on Hm i-i'i-n-1
ing of the fifth nt Hie pin-loi-s of
lhe   Ktivnl    hotel,   the   following „    , .
officers wero electedi You cannot  ailord  to  let  your
President. C, II. niiulinr:  1st house get chilly.    Neither can
;:;;::::!;„:;;!;::;!: V' v^dl U« afford _ overlook our s.0ck
se.*ri*.nr.v. Mrs.  Kuger:  trcnsiirer, |of HEATERS.    We have the
Mrs, .Mail-as   These officers, m-1 |ar„est  assortment ever brought
getlier  with four lneinbors,   .Mrs.       5,     ,      ,
Fenwick.  Mrs.  Reid,  .Mr.   Mu,-. to Cranbrook.
iiiinnell uml  Dr. Connoly, consti-1
Is \\zrz\33
tiiti- tin- executive of tlie society I
TllO meetings will   lie held tin' -ml
igs
mul llh l-'riilavsuf
tlm Odil Follows' li
six mnntlis.
imli month al I
I fur a term uf
J. D. McBRIDE nu. n: wiiwook iiehatj)
CRANBROOK   HERALD!    ADDITIONAL  LOCAL     BULL RIVER POWER COM-1   fa] "J^ wir,. „r
rAI-l. Alex Anderson of   Wanlner,  died
i    An   audience   of    l-"iU    lu-ople Mondny   .....ruing ..I   the St.   Eu*
J/i gi-ivtcd W. A. liulliher nl   Marys-,    Sontli Eust KiKitennv will short-1 p-n,. hospital   of typhoid   Eevt
«*      .I- ilie lust night. |v Ih-ubli* to bonst of u wiiti-r power
/Ot-^-V*-*-^ W]mUH, „    1. Bllmr, ,,,4.    A|
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III   I....I-II.        '
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1 1 .m.I.  -Ill I"' llnnik "''•"
A.li.'iii-niii   nil.*. -I    ■
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ll.,,.n„- iiuiiiii   In .."-'■ I-.  I'ih-i-
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,..,i, ■    11,4.444.- lunil. ' .■ -".-I", luu
,„l,   |„    -.|l,.,l,
, 1,.,-._. inn     1   In "-'
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lu miil'ini - In, I.  mi'l -.i-l .- ' ■""'- "
 L||,.,i|, .Inllll  I*    '"' '■'  IL"' ""'
plj tot'. I'  K. house.
Itev. nml Mrs- Fortune n-tiirned
iniluv front tlieir Irip of fonr weeks
1,1 t'nlgiirv nnd other |ioiuts.
I __ years. The I'lnmr.-il wus
eieetricnl gem-rating plnut. which I hold Tuesilay nfteruoon troll.
will In- up-to-d.'..- in •"-. ry -rarticii-1 Beiitty's undertaking parlors. Rov.
Iur,   The work isl_-in-.msli.il for- Thompson officiating,and the ro-
wtml ns ipiiekl) us terinl eun Ik-mains ni. interred ill  tho I'rnn-
|,r,i'iiri'.l.   Tin-  lliill   Hiver  Fulls brook ceiiu-try.   The pall  bearers
p„we.   iiiiiI   I.i.iii   coiiipuii)-   hnveUven-   0.  McUoiial.li J, Uibboiis,
fnr n-nt, two plnsleriil rooms at L,,1-tiiinly   seeuii-tl 11  situnl   tor h. Moore,   K.  McAllister and   NN".
uven   n-nsounble  rnte.    Apply at hj„, instnllntii.11 of tlieirplnut which  Loonut-.   The .leceased  leaves u
I'.    Herald oil                                 ii-t-m                 litpu*. for. in t.nl.-r ■ |UtU> two yenr old boy uml her hus*
Mi...nl  their   wuter  power   plunl j Imiul In uiuiirn Iter untimely dentli.
two miles of 11 tli.uie bus to Ih-colt     ,h* Audel-son has tin* syiupa.liy uf
striictetl, nntl li -vomlitii-itlisljiig ninny   frientls  in   Wariliier in
\\   1 J.llin. "I l-'.irl   ~'l' '' '' WUS iu
...     li,- I;.,., m-i returned
1,-4.1,1:, trip l" Winnipeg, St.   I'nul
.•nnl tlie fair ill St, I "ins
\V I-' Title 1.J11111'I l.i-i Mon
iliij from mi extended nil' 1" ll"'
piliieipiil cities "I eiiBlern  Cumuli.
',,4',,iii|,i,iii.i! li) hi-, -mi Iiiii-.    Mr
T44I" sits llllll   In- hml   a    H'l)   lie
liglitlnl'tripittiil ilmi   In'   is   very
much improved in hei.ith.
In ilm two blocks south "f th.
in tin- yenr this Illl...,' "iii I'.' |.lil
tu i-iiri-) nil 4-,ii.-r in Hull rivt_*,
lenvitlglhe Iini dl) ii'nl liccessil.le
lu iiiiuiii.'. .0 iii-n i'i ■ ■!' liiiinu "I
linll river 1- mi".n iticnll) limughl
lllllilll 'i illllllil .111. ."'I' '"■"' I" Ihis
■ .iii|.iiii.\ uutl iln-- 1- 11 situiilinn
tvhieh .mini'. ". the okl duys
lalinrel for M'.i 1 to nliuiil, Hcsidos
being o( n   in isl   inn 11 -Iiui'   .'liar-
M^UuiZCuiGrz 17 ...*..-,.. ^g^:gg>h.±:
KEEN SARCASM,
.lohn I loiisloii. editor or Ilm N.I
Suit Trillium, stl   n|i,il"4-'!   111'.:   foi'
the llllcgctl liliel IV sliileiut-nt nboul
Hnrt-isler Kllinll uml  ptdilii* funds.
Ims I n ilisplnying ih" depth "I
liis snrcustie miiiii'.' in si .iin- nf hi-
edilorinls,   The   following   is   liis
llllest'
1 iu lliis page is printed 1111 ni'tiele
un •'Fnlteiiing Chickens."    li will
he 1 interesting I"  lli" geiiei-ul
ptiblie. I'm' ii. imi a nicefill chicken
a delit-iiey relislieil liv everyone,
whether Ihey   be "liiil or Tory,"
Mellinilisl   ul*   Slllvilliullisl,   IllWyel
ur jniiriinlisl. iiiecluinic of repi-e*
seiitntive ..f ctipitul, ivhi'lher Ilmi
linve "lentil minds" or just ni-dinnr.
ininils. Siit-li iiiiicl.'s nir much
iii..!"  iitleresling llinu iirtieles mi
■i'nlilii* Miiiiii-s SI Id  I."  Kepi.
in,1 in ih"  1'il.i   Treiisury.  lull   in
Ilm Tmsl A nil uf a l.niv Finn''*
Hunk Arctium "    Tlie'J'ril will
devuie splice ever) iln) to sueh in-
terestiug nrticles, nol I'm' ilm pub
lie lieimlil. however, Lul fm' ilm
limi,-til of Ilie .'lies in Nelson wlm
U.lii-vt' llml The Trill  Ib edited
liv a siiiiiiiili'el   wlm sliinilil In- in
jait
.lulin Houston is rugged in Ids
nature, innkes mistakes lik" all ol
i.inii-in.l. l.m I." Ims .l.-iii. much
I'm-Ilm upbuilding of Nelson, mul
I'm' it llinu sonic wlm would now
pull llilll ilnWll.
[niiiilies niili "ii elulili'i'ii under
school uge. N. I'. MeKiiistry.wlu
lives in one of the blocks,snys tlml
if Ilm nsi ,.I'llie 1
isgooil 11 sl,i.uiii_ ilm popiilntion
il't'rniilniiok would bo much Inrgor.
\V. '1'.  N.'wi  second  grand
ic.-pn-siili-nl uf ih" Brotherhood
,f liuilwnv Trninineii, with h.-ud-
|iiiirl,.rs al   Cli-velnud, Ohio, |
4,4,1 F   1        p * i'l
11, !•;., ■   1...,.':, . ,.   .'.;.! ih" _"ni.il
siipei-iiiti.ith.il   "I   lie    eompiuiy,
«.Vraidililiii'kei*\li'. 0.   I'   llendei-soit, extt-li Is lu
all a nii.-'   heurt)   ivi-li      lo  ill)
nothing of ii gold pint mul unlimitiil
lied ruck, nml ihu- 11  Klondike i>„-
|,.ri" cm   In- ui'l.iim il without
ill Um Iiiirdship.il  11 I*.1.:: journey,
I'm- III" ponresl p: r  fails In [lllll
without getting a color.
Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
finest- Comfort ■ Specialty
(iood Stti-tli.ijf in Connection
Nearest tn mthniiil ami depot.     Haa -.rcniinnniln-
tiims fur the public unequalled in Craubrook,
Ilm ant) Cold Balhs
Hogarth & Rollins
 Proprictoi
I >(»CIRTY AND 8
I       DDnpRS-SinNAi   rADnc •
1
'PROFESSIONAL CARDS
If
...(.'
his lierenieineii'.
Ai   si.    l-litgene  hospital    Ull
M lav. .lm tilth duy ..I' 1 id.ilmi'.
.1   A   \i,i;. Meachau. aged JtJt veins
of typhoid   f.i.-r.   The    -I used
tins II unlil" nf Iviiili'SSCiilllllV. N.
S   nnl lins lieen II resilient of    this
districl   fur 11   number  ol  yenrs.
wlien' ll" "as Iiiiiii  and    respected
In nil vim knew liim. Tin- tuner-
ul was Irnin tin- Catholic church
when-11 reipiiein high muss wns
celebrated fur him on Weilimsilny
uml the reinuins interred in ihe
Cranbrook comelry. 13, McDonald
N..I. McDonald, V. Godderies, D.
(Iillis. I.. A. MunchoII uutl A. I'nin
hell acted ns pull bearers, .Mrs. A.
I.. McDennol sung "Nearer My
tied In Thee" al tin* Services iu the
ll,.. |,„'ul lodge nn otlicild visit sev- j     ,yuu p|.m| ,,,,.,,,,_. „ Ktw,| ileal t.
oral .lays lasl week.    Mr. Ncwmuii tl_,. „,,,.,*,. „fs„utli Kust Kootenny
is n mnn of nliilily  nml  is a greal , \vi,.-n .* unplei.-l il'wi'.l  be idili; tt
ivorite with   Ilm  members of the |B„.|,,lj   ||),|11||1 |nirst--|Kiwei- lo'tin
rder. 1lilT0r.nl iiiining I uther proper
W.-I.V g  Ims t.peiieil 11 Lnr-j,;,.,   ihn.uuhiinl   ll. imilry.
♦!ffl-ffliiiami3ia__[o:*:iiasm!;_3iffi
£       When vmi visit Cranbrook stop at Ihe £
1 ROYAL HOTEL!
^ None Better In Ihc District <$
4*> Males Si .ui.l up.    flhorl Orders ami Oysters <$
-^ served iu any style from <S p. in. lo 6 a. in. <^k
▼ The table is the best the rooms arc unsurpassed lor clean H
V liness and comlort and tin* bar is supplied with the best brand <&
£.  ol liquors and cigars, <%
*p L. D. VANDElAR, Prop.        %
9nm^^mmmMkimEEnEiMmE^Bsm
Ciiesi-ext Lodge No. :_1
KNIGHTS of  PYTHIAS
Crnnbrook, tl   C.
M.'.lK L'.,,| ,,t..l   .III   TllWllllJ   hi    -    i-     111     III
I II II. I' llllll.
•I   A. Aliiin Ii. K   II   S
N   Iiiii. t'.c
iT_lill<< lli.'tlii'1'ii..iriliiillvilivili'il In i.Iiinil.
Criiiiliriiuk Local Union Ull uf Ihc Unllcil
liniiiit-riitiiiil ul Carpenters mul Joiner,
nl America.
I'lll-    llll'lll    lll.'.'l-   41...     1,1.
|,     ...     ...I'    I       I       1.4,11     '
I nil llri'llil-..11'ui'illi,Hi  lmili',1,
I       t     I    1414141 .1      II     11.   II.I-.U   I.
Ill
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\ ,     I.Illl.I.      Kll  Iin I .iiii'.'
M.i
11..I.
1..1 liuii  il  .I. ..ii
Itil.fi -   i   I
111 lllllliil.
II    ll   II- I'	
i|l
, ll\
'I'lm   llii'iilil block nn.l
very nice pluee.   Mr.i
Vi.iini' is iillrstelii8sliiirl.i-riiiiii ex.
I„.,.|- ii, Ini.*  in  :i short Iiui" one
u[ the besl  etpiippetl  shops in the I,
districl     l'"i'|.l"  '.Iin:.'.'  work in
his line should uiie him a .*l.ll-    If
li,.  shiives   uni  uiu'"  VH   will go
ll llulilsniilli fi'liliiii'il  lliis
wt-eli I'r  Ilu-   l.inlcau.    II"   hits
in.I  .Imi" much  prosi liutj'   lliis
ilmlnllii
llml
'.I suller liiuu
EDITORIAL NOTES.
.I,,,- Mnrlin hits conclutlcil nol In
iiiier ilm n attainst Ralph Smith
in   Ilm   Nin,4,nn..  district,     III   nil
probability  his division is u wise
The celebrated libel siiil ngiiinsl
John lloiislon i* -nil...1 in a com-
promise,    iroitsloii  published   nn
tipology :H lli" hentlof tl lil..rial
1'iilumn in Tlm Trillium, ninl
Lawyer Klliotl is sntislieil.
'I'l,o plrc Itrijtatk-.
Th" liiv brigude received yt-ster-
day ."itiil feel.if Iheiiewlioseonlereil
nml it Ims lieen pul   nwnv.   Their
will  he ; .eting uf ilm lirigndi
lliis evening I'm' lln- purpose nl
closing up lli" .I.imi- fur ilm Iniilil
in_r nf  Ilm new lit"  I si-.   Thii
structure is nlisu'iili'ly in'i'-san si
ns  In have   n   pli ' in  keep tin
uppurulus ami nlsott. Iiiivenn luml
ipinrters for ilm In-igude. Then- i.ii I' I fur a   stai'l   anil  llmiv in,.
Inrgi- number  of  p ,1" in  |.,«
ulm will give something I'm' lh
building nf III" hints.', a. Ilm.
appreciate ilm fuel thai ,i uii
nssisl iu holding  logetlier li stroii)
brigmie, ami  this  is  i 'ssiirv 1.
it.sni" "lii,-iiiii «,u'li. With th,
waterworks in operation ilm gn-u
lliii.jurily uf Ilm nsiileimcs in tin
Inuu uill lint" Hi'" pralcclioll uill
ii g I   i-oinpiiiiy   In.I.. III"  unrl,
I 'i uiiiiiit lii*, will mil u|  |he pen
|,le ulm llllli' Iiiii nln-l.ll) "nil
ll'ililllcil Iii Ilm liunl. mnl iiui,' I
l,ml,mill lull Hint Illl-colltrililltiotll
will lie liberal »lni> il is l.i.i-,'.
Hint ilm money is to lie hsikI i
sine Ilie homes  nf III" | eoplc  a
Well lis III" lillsi IS   I '.i'i    Ill
illliill  slleels.
Lost llii Pool.
Fred fliitniltt>n, wlm ivns noting
ns "dogger" in ilm sawmill nl Rynn,
wns thrown onto the saw lasl Th ill's-
tiny and had mm uf liis lui nl| ,,|V.
Wiinl was telegraphed In Crnnbrook torn doctor I iiii.-i.sipii.-k-
ly us pussilil". uml Hr. tlreen was
suinmoiieil. An eugint' wns gol leu
uut mul the impression seeineil lu
be thut   Ilm  iiiiiu ui.ulil  Iiinni I.,
death If i licnl iissisliint-e tlid nol
arrive sunn. Fngineer Snrvis was
found on Ilm slii'i-i nml  jiresseil
inln Bcrvico, ami  ilu* ri f fort)
utiles In Rynn wns iniiile iii
forty-live uiiliutes. Dr. (ireen snys
he dou'l wniil iinolhcr  ride like il
renl. nml licetinlillgly lnisiness will
l„. sleadier.    I'ltwer will be nl lli"
lisposalol .iiinni". whose prop.
[M-lics nro situated ; i th mosl in*
iii-c-ssilil.' pin "". I'"i griiilii is im
tilijecl, Wh 'revel' n uii" eun lie
lni,,i, mul hii i In hmuuiilieings.tlie
,.„,i,,,niii uiii lie'lillle lo send their
puivrr. ' Vers  little is   ht-nrtl  lllmul
Ihis mil -  operations   nl  llllll
river.    I.ii-"   lli"   I   you   ilon'i
r,.wwoo'l__ "'.ii-says' i'lii'-Tard. nil  I'"""' [' ""?■'■ n'ltil >...i gel lii'iii*
 irv is  betlnr  limn   i-v,-r,  „,„1 the H'-st. l.nl it would surprise nn)
Hml ilu-tv is untold mineral wcnlllil"'"'"""'-  how nineh hns I
ii tin-hills.   Al presold .Mr. lluid- then* nnd w, It whal ci
smith  is   inieresleil   in   ll,.-  liolel Hon the work is teing
biisiiiuss i.l T n's   tiiiiuliug. surel.v pmM-.*iilpl.mid w heii^t mn -
Mr, ami Mr-. Dnrliitg. of NVnrd- works' ll waterfall, will lie sulijeeted
■ ■I', spent   severnl ilnya Ihis week  to inan's will which is Ilm order uf
wiih   friends   iu Crnnbrook,   nnil things.
kepi busy receiving congrntu-
Intlons. Mr. Darling lnul li ni""!
Iinnii' reinlv fur his bride mul ilm! Idler Irotn Fred Roo.
1 .V ««i"l.U> will reside iiiNVnrd.I    ,,,,    „     w  ,.,,;„„,  .   ;„,,.,,.;,
,„.,..  where  Mr.  Unrl,,,,   holds „    ,,„„. Mllw,HtCT ,„„,,,,. oU
Inin.s King, uncle nf Ilie King
lirtitlmi's of litis town, nnd one of
Ilm few old lillle Illinois left in the
country, tiled this morning nt the
Kings mill where he hits been employed I'm- ihe pnst two years. The
funeral will Is- hold tomorrow nfter*
n,ii,n from Mnceonnel. s under-
Inking runius.Rev. Sii>:it ulliciuting.
nnd tiie remains will hi' interred in
tho Craiilirook cemetery. The de-
censed was HI years of nge. nnd
lnul engaged in milling in tlie
Black Hills, Colorado and California, and was Hinting the early
pioneers of the Cariboo country,
I alien
iii nm
pmisili" iinsiliiiii wiih tlm Crows
Nesl hiss Lumber compiiiiy,
K. II. Smnll anil .Inlims li.vnii lire
wrestling niili Ilm problem uf ilm
iniin following n squirrel around a
iin', ihe ipu siinii lining whether or
nut Ilm mnn inieii al'iiiuui lhe stplir-
rel. Tim ll.itilil mau got mixed
up in tlm iil-gmnelil, and Im [iitlb-.l
iu .Inlu, fliilcliisoii. Hm, Munroe.
.Ill)- I'slmr. II. I'l. Ileal
Tciiiplcloit, Politics will i." .pii. I
unlil tlml problem is sntisfnctoril)
sellletl.
W.   II. Wilson, Ilm jeweler nnl
opticiiui, is  lilting   up au nptical
i in llml i'* going In li"  a big ini-
liriiv.iiieiii tu liis establishment,
lie hns lli" laiesi instrument- (or
testing ilm eyes iiiiil uill linve a
liim* llml will iiiiii," it far mure
plensnnl   I'm'   ladies anil children.
llilll'" il   Will lie    Bl'piiriltl'    I'l I   111"
rest of his slore. Mr. Wils..u is
pi'ou'i'essive und whntever he.lues
in his lnisiness he dues well.
tried,   Fred   lh....  ul     Roosville,
|.'i'..il  writes   i"   his clinriicli-fistic
hnppy vein.     II"   111"-   i u-   uf
ilm prellicst valleys in Cunndii. nml
Tlm II",nl,!  hopes thul someday
lm wiil linve  I i  build   un  hotel as
lm.;,. nsih" NVnldorl  Istoriin
j    |)..,ir (ifl  .Mnn    When lire you
Tin- whiskev nien uf Winnipeg
have a cinch.' With n popiilntioii
nf Mijiiiu ,,niv |s liiinov licenses
are issue.! ilere in Nelson we
Imi" lit) legal licenses to our 5,000
popiiliilitin while  in  Slocnii   City
Bevel. B.ippl)  III"   ilellimiils   nf   Jllill
Bonis.   Tim   11,is.l   in Winnipeg is
" rlniiii) n iiuui;:   mu'. I'm- mi Ilm
Nelson   slutiilai'il   il should   hnve
Ji'-'iii.'ininill'i.   ami   mi   ilm   Slot-all
Cih ruliiigil ivoiildgel I'iiiii    S'i-1
' ' Lctlge.
There was a bIu.w in ll i. 1 uvn
two iiights Insl week llml un-.
iinnii in. imik ns Iht-v mnke them,
ll lutes n lm ,.f nerve I'm- n bunch
life llml   I,i pul 1,  Iiiii" nl'Sl  ull III,
km,I ill an "iiliilniiiiiii nl ilmv pre
■..ninl     Tlie Slm,rl  t'linieily cum.
llllll)    UnIliil   ilu   n   hotter hlisill.'Si.
I.mi iillm- if limy stayed nwny frmn
Ciiiiilirook.    As n liu cent vnriel)
mnl eiijoy
ie?    I re-
llll'l' lllllilll llllll
purveyors of cli
people Ihey nre
ur".
II   I,   Slephi
iil.'i'. Iu Scuttle,
good, luil ns lln
inIII,.ill tiiel,nu
lllllleil'tllllle fnil-
|,|.(1. coining down 1
Ihisornnge-lili
ceive.l ii letter from n friend uf
mine in Mnnitoli i nntl in lii- li'tter
l„. iiiid.-rlii.es tin- following: "I
should judge li) liu ehiliornte stn-
li.nmry yuu us.' thai ilm lumls
uiusl i'4- in ii  Hourishiiitj eonditioii
Imps you I rule ml'"'. for goods."
This is Ilm paper In' fetors I". nml
I can "iv.* ymi ulli. r instances uf
ciiinpliiniiil's pnid Ilie work nl ilm
Crnulirook lleriilil.ivhii.il the) nre
igiioi-iml uf Imi which is n .Iti-i*i*t
nilvertiseiiieiil of the town.
W" hnve hml :. imi'dry siuti-
utef nmi cl'ojis mi uiiiiiiunli.il land
are short, wliieh iiinkt s tinies ralh-
erdull. hu ull thing, come to him
win. rides a good mule, lllltl we'll
sunn he growing gropes by eleclric
lighl ami hatching big lli-iihmii
,-hiekens in tlm llotlleils.
Sis     n    nml    Bi'Vetlleell   [luck
horses It-n lu-re ilu- iiiuniiiig for
lhe Flnlheuil.      Tin- I'nil.'.! Stales
and I'nliiul.'i   I ilill-v line fllll-vey.
nis hnve u spiendiil Iruil. nil ('iiiiii-
'linll Imili. I'lMlll li"l". Imi  lhe Tim-
■ .tIty Futon Ciinntliiuis are slower
ihmi ii  Feliriiar)   in.iln  * jug lu
nt Iiii iin    .'."'.   Orleans llllll Del-
lull.
Fifteen   mi..iiuiiiii    sheep   were
Seed fltliu_  lnillcllgril8H   ill  ll'i'lll ,,i
Ilm  limi ii   Sunday   while  lli"
1!,".. Tnriiiiliilii .Inl,".' nf the Cop-
per King iiii'l I'liruilise Vnlley
iMiitiitg Cump. was holding sen i
f  Morrissey,
wns iu   lown  Tiiesilny.    lie   snvs
Uiul  111" Ui.l'll nil III"  Fernie I'Me'li-
simi uf Ilm lir  Norlhern is pro
grossing rnpidly uiul they  will  lie
steel in ,i    Vet')-   sllul'1    I
ul lim   Fllllg,      Slll.ll..)    I-   slriell
ollBl-rved ".mil Iur" iii spile of 111*"
fuel Ihnl we nre un lim verge ul the
Willi mnl wool)     inl"   of Molltlllill.
-Vr..un.I ilm pictiii'esipie hikes
here it's n rtit-e lietween lli" Shrop.
shires ami the wild geese fur Ilm
lung grass.
I mn plenseil to see ymi nm prospering, ami I hope vmi will live
till vou di". uml if Iiii'l spnres vmi
1 ki'uni
Fret I Iin...
Upenkiiig of llml    limi   ,,t lhe      NVilli i,,-„t wishes, vuiirssiimereli.
wurk thai   is   iiiulei Irncl    nf
McDollllllli- Fuss, he suid Hint Ilm
linn lnul innde u deep .-nl in u side
hill,,,id thnt nfter the henvy  ruins w   „„
lliere was a henvv slide nl   gu.nbo,
ii Inrgn portion of Ilm upper Bit!e     Wcnimd  w inn lins coiinly
iniiigdowii uml  lilling Ilm cul, nml ndjoiiiiiig Icrntories, lo repi-c
iim-   reniiirkiiblu   feiiture   uf   the Bullt "'"' ndvertiso.... oldestnblish
iile nns ilm fuel Ihnl   Hmr,. weru l'd lions : soliillinimcinlslnnding
large iiUHibi-r of hu-  n s „v.|Sidnry toiui-n S2I weekly, to women
puscil tlllll  Hi
lllll Still" ni'i*!- ''  -HBjwi*ekl.V wiih  ex|
very soon,   The victim of lhe nci-i I presi-rvnlioii, nnil  ij.nl  liiey'iiere!''"1"""'''' '"'"'" M hiy by  check
iii-ni   was bniughl  In SI.  Kugene  i ll Inrger llinu nny of  tlioso  in din>cl   frmn  hoitltpiiirlcrB,    Horse
hospital   where he   wns   properly  thut pnrt of thn country.    A   li-m- ""d buguy furnished ul
cared fur mul  is doing
.-..ul.l In- e\| i,.,I  ler ||
euinslunces.
ipm.'ll'l  Ira.'k will he laid ar.
'"Ill   llllll   III"   44 4 41 I,  ,| vi
I.i ih. company.
rv: |i.isiiiun permiinenl.. Atltlr	
[Blew Bros A I'u.. Depl. A. M	
I Bitlg„ Chicago, III. •"Mil,
Skating Rink.
A meeting wns lield nt the
l'uion Labor hull lust Thursday
evening I'm* lhe purpose of devising ways und nmnns for building n
skating rink iu Cranbrook. There
wus a guud attendanco nml greut
interest iiinnifeslcil in tin- project.
.rallies l'inkhnm was called to Ihe
.-liuii-on motion of George Hog-
giirth.  seconded liv 11. K. Benttie,
After some discussion Messrs.
Rogers, l'inkhniu. nnd Simpson
were niiuicd us ii committee to ns-
certitin lite cost of n site, the water
to bo nsed nnd tho lights.
11 was nioved liy It. F. Benttie,
seconded by li. Hoggiirtli tlint
(ieorge Hunter beusketl to drew
up |iliins I'm* n rink Kill feel long.
ii i feel center nud Iwo leans of ill
feel eneh fur curling uml the lie*
ccBSiiry dressing lllltl bund  rooms
(lu motion of -Mr. Benttie. seconded by W. (iordiiii ilm follow.
ing committee uf eight wore
uppointcd In canviiss the town for
tlm purpose ui ascertaining how
much stock iu u rink wuuld lie taken In- tlm citizens: .1. McSwoyp,
I. R. Mniiuing, F. H,Monis, .T, RP
.Miilherwell. Jiiiues I'inklinm. II.
l'nrsiiiis. A. L. .McDermot   nnd  C,
II. Dunbar, after which tin- meeting adjourned unlil this evening ul
-* ..'.-I. e'.t, Tl e phins nre ul
rendy for submitting tonight uiul
there should lie n good mooting.
If lliere is to hi' it rink und winter
spurts in Crnnbrook this senson
there is uo time to Iobo, (Ulter
towns in Ilm districl nre nlrendy
making nrrnngemeiits for tin- seu-
son nnd Cruubrook slmuM in- u[i
mul duing,
llarniil Nehon's Return.
Mr. Harold Nelsnn and his es-
celleiil   company will   appear nt
Craubi k    opern  house I let.  ii,
with liis Inlest mul must pronounced success "Heart und Swonl." n
Bpectaculiti.-. ..niti.li<- drama of absorbing interesl    Mr. Nelson    is
slill  ler lhe inunngeiiicnt of Mr.
C, I'. Wulk.r. In wl i   Western
Canada's tlientre.goers hnve in lhe
pusl 1 n inileliletl   for outf.-rtnill*
nmiil-if n superior cliaraeter. Mr.
Walker pi'uuiises tlmt Mr Nelson's
liriiiliii'liun of "Henri ami Sword"
uill tu the eluliurntt'liess of Its cos*
turning, scenery ami lighting
.-If.Hits,eclipse even lhe splendid
production of "Quo V.ulis" whicli
An-. 11 1.i-'l' thculrifiil event In-
mill nf lasl senson. Romantic
plays lining now su inuch in vogue
.Malinger Wnlker hus Induced Mr.
Nelson tu step, for liu- time, from
tin- more serloiiBcliissicpotniyi.l to
ilu- lighter nnd brighter line of
chiii-nctt't-s,
lu selecting "Henri...nd Sword"
fur Mr. Nelson's lirsl venture in n
new field uf lhe driiiiiu. his mnnnger nut uliiiie considered the speeinl opportunities lhe stellar rule
afforded his slur, but ulso hud iu
mind tlu- possibilities for i-liiboruti-
scenic settings, pieluresipie costuming und beautiful lighting
i ll'i'cls.'iill of which tire so esseu-
tinl tn n satisfactory presentation
uf romanticdrnmn. (hi tlit!second
night Finist. will lie lhe bill with
M r. Nelson ns Mephisto,
Tin- linnnnn weather is still hold-
ing mt in Cranbrook. On the
Btpinro, now, is not litis tho greatest climate on enrth? And nooiio
tpiestions but tlml Cranbrook  is
Ilm best lown nf its size ill Clllllldll.
_am_i!i_g_a_asi--]a3miisii!iisii_gii_i!i!as
L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The Ncw Managers.
Drop in and sec us any lime.    Wc arc on deck 2,S hours
onl of the 24
wmmmmML*m
_-t;--.ti_:-;-'-: '■'.::* 6S&&1 - j
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'V
l ROYAL HOTEL
| ....MARYSVILLE, B. C.
_ The Pioneer Hotel of the St. M.irys Valley.
,t •'-'
'". Coinlortable rooms.   Satisfactory . inine room service, and the i
ff best ol everythins at the bjir.
1 WHEN VOU COME TO MARYSVILLE STOP AT THE ROYAL
i/t 	
I'.        I' III        4
Vlilllng Drclhren cordtnll) Invited in attend
oka. niinoK i.ontii:, s'.u:t,
ANCIENT ORDER m FORESTERS
t ItAMtimiiK, 11. r.
Mi-els l-i nml iini T.u-.liu t-vcrv iiuuiil,
nl Alilii.ll-ilni,..
Visiting hrcthi-en ii.r.li.illv inrltnl
A. M.l'i.i. IS, (J  II.     W,i '.lm ■].., 4„,   -..  i
VV. F. QllRD,
Barrister, Solicitor. Etc.
CR.VNDR00K,   URITISH   COLUMBM
J. H. THOriPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor.
Notary  Public.
Cranbrook, _l. C.
| FRED DREW,
ty$-y-?i '&$®#i*l$r%,r_i__\$i;-^■■;_->>*;4'^- *■•:■?
Proprietor, J:
. ra *4i-> i-^,-^'i *--i:.
Wc riuke it a Custom
4-11..  4   IV 11,111   .llllllll.  Ill Illll'l lit   lllllll'   il
1.I44 Itiu. nrrlviil ul lit-it -ini'-u I-
i nm lie .vnu ne- Iniiktim tor n
Fall and Winter
Overcoat
,',44.1.       1,4,1     lllull, ||    -II.   ll.lll'l    Mil-I"
I'li.*...   111., lllll,.. IIII.I   lll.l    lllltlll-l*.      llllllll-
I|1.II.Im||||.|. llllll  lllll   Illin.ll.-I-.       IT-   llllll    '
nllilii'iiin lliruliirli.   Wi-'ll In- iiiiii- iilill
Leask & Henderson
.............................(,
NEW DEPARTURE
We are now in shape to furnish all kinds of
MOULDING
BASE and CASE
Orders promptly filled and delivered in tow... Mor prices npply
King Lumber Mills Co. Limited
JAFFRAY HOUSE
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*> T. II. WIIALBN * CO. 1'iiiiirlit.irs
I
«    lle:uli|iiiiilers fur   Luinberiuen.   l'i'tis|)|.clors nnd  S|...ilsiin*i
J'     The   lilmst    Illllilllte   uud    l-'ishllll-   ill   the   I'mvitlee	
t ORANI DIINVNINli, Manager. }J
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Get up-to-date by enrolling on
The Herald's subscription list.
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
Cranbrook. II. C.
Work is satistactory.
Price is satisfactory.
We want your patronage.
Only frst class help employed.
Work returned to all points
twice a week.
E. H. SLA'IKK. Proprietor
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| WRIGHT & M1I.I.WAKIVS |
1        ORCHESTRA        *
is
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}' Music lurnishcil Inr llnlli, I .tilim, etc,
f two lu seven niece.,
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t Crnnbrook,   -    -    -    B. C.
*************************.
W. E. Worden
I'roprk'lorof the
City Transfer Co.
Druyiiig of nil kinds given prompt
attention,
l'ilino Moving II Speeinllv.
OIIICC nl II. I'. 1 Mule's 'fhone 1.5
HARVEY &  McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, lile.
Hmell Block Cranbrook, II. C.
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j       C. H, DUNBAR       i
*    Barrister, Solicitor,  Not.iry    .
J Public, Etc. t
4    Cranbrook, -     II. C.    .
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DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
(Hike at Residence, Arnilllrting tie.
OPFICK IIIIIIRS:
1:iiri*niiiins.   ....   ii:,)i| |„ ||
AliiTiiuiins   .   .   .   .- 1:30 111 3:.10
Evenings   ■   ■   .   .    7„m n, t-ju
CRAM1ROOK,    :   :   :     :       :    |-„ f
DR. A   I). mOROAN
HIIVSICIAN nnd 'I'HiiiiiIi
[.t I« I«I «> I ® I ® I« I «* I *. I',' I ® I ® I <?.
Dr. Connolly,      ;
Physician and Surgeon    .
Ollice on Armstrong Avenue
.,   llnlli*     lllull n.ui.  '.'I.. I
lii_H ni      i-	
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1  !   1  Li  I.,  l.t. |.i.l   .  '
DR . KING & MILES,
DENTISTS
ll'ICH UOIIRBi
ll tu III n in.
I lu 11 |i. in.
7 In s p   tu.
CRANHROOK, ll
Ilk*. Itll.l.AKI*. M. K, C. \.
VliTllRINARV SUKtllitlN
lint's.* I .'iilislrv uml  Luini'ii
It S| iull.v
IIUMIIJIM!,   Il.i
THE   HORSE'S   PLEA
l'|i lull lii'in' uu- tun.
Iinnii lull inn tu	
Oil tilt-|,l,il,i siii,*-.. in	
DR   CROSS    VBTBRINARV  SURIIEO.N
"■'  v,wo°.   „nJ MORSE DENTIST
CRANRROIIK. II. C. 'I'liinic 1.1
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
TIKIS. T. McVITTIB, P. I.. S.
J. 1. LAIDLAW, «. I: THE CRAABROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   7.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   OCT.    li),   1901.
Ni MBER   211
Wanted Immediately I
AGENTS
1..'-.li Fin! Tm-.  Il-uplwrr., t I-...
nml i nu uu ll,,_l.,-_.,-,.-    11 | itny 441-.-I.I4
."."        I'l..-,,' I. I„„ 1 ,1 In till, wnirt
Till 11 i-i,v<iitln 111.11
i'\ I IJ 1100 VCItH.
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III.       ll.' niil .I..In.1  1 1- tn  illHl -   in
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In— tin Hum       lii|il.4 inm Iur li'l lui'l IIII.I NURSBRl en  I.111.111.1. om
'. 'i 11 l,.iitiiiii||.. ul .Iur Inriiliiu 1
..1 1.11 Mi-Ii,111.limit 4.I11-141' It'iulur.i.
J. M. DERR,
mm. and stint; maker.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
Neii rigs, good driving
nnd siulille burses ut
reasonable rule, Our
uimVill be to give good
.■ure In ull horses stn*
bled will. us.
N. C. McklNSTRY, Prop.
SAVE. TIME.
Al LTHE TIME
^******w^t__w*«_aiaag>i_arj-B nu—n.1?..
SEATTLE, TACoriA
St. I'niil, Chicago, New York
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made ncw.   All kinds
ol repairing.   Qlve mc a call.
j Cranbrook Sash    j
; anil Door Factory j
All kinds of linish ivnrk in J
way nl' duurs. windows, Iran- J
sums, ete     Kiln dried lumber J
Iur inside work,   ' 'nr wurk is J
t   giiiinititi-oil .nnl uur prices tire '
'  Biitisfiu-tory, ',
I *
; Rough and Dressed Lumber j
;               I or Sale ;
I I
I). J. JOHNSON
r«like nml Tiiuri.i Sleepers, Hullcl   Library
Cars,   Minimi   Uny   Ctiathe-*,   Unmix   Cars,
;M-*«i* 1 la Carle
BEST rtEALS ON WHEELS
7   FAST TRAINS   ?
— East and West Daily -
Special excursion rales to World'- fair. St
l.ouis.      Your choice ol route.
I'm- rates, folilevs ami full Informatloi
(tgtuiling trijis, call on ur niUlross
. ii. YMHKKS, II. BRANDT
11. w. e. \. c. p. & T. A
Sitt'tlo .Ml W. Uivfr.ii.lt'Avi-
Wa-h. Spokane, Wash.
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j Dezall Brothers
j   Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
j Carriage Repairing and
I (iencral Jobbing....
J Dulsld- Order. Promptly
I Attended lt>.
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H„ C. RHODE
tiii: -
Harness Maker,
Cranbrook, li. C
Ui'iilles. Saddles, lbtriiess and
I torse Supplies in stock
..Repairing ni all Kinds..
W.R.BEATTY
UNDERTAKING
and
EMl-ALMINU
CRANBROOK
TELEPHONE   89.
unite removed to More bull-inn nc-t
KtMflt lintel nfler AuguM Isl.
CARPENTER
.,   ABuiLDERiL'NI)ERTAKINO
  EMBALMING
JOBBING   AlltNDED   IO1 .*.*»
ni, Kl Tm'. shop |    £ Urjre Slock in Casket, and
OLD HERALD BUILDING
SIMPLE
STRONO
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y
LRANBROOK, B.C,
SILENT OmcesMmim.Wam
Purchase Price $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
SICK
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK.
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
PROCLAMATION
ELECTORAL
DISTRICT OF
KOOTENAY
TO WIT
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ill .1  Ill* ll i|.-if» mil  lin-i I.U I  Inn iiiim III. .lllll iiiii iilSi-n-emll r.
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-nl'l -'in ho .Inl li.i.v ulllii'I ill nl Ni.v-._iI.i-i-. A l>. I'.ml. Iniin i n until
II 11 lurk III III" lltliTlliinll. 111. till' |i|| l| m-i' "1 1" illl ilm Inm ||   |,l-r.Ull In   li'l't HI   1 lll'lll    I'
In' Ilmi I I'iiiiii » nl rmimlii ; nml Hull in   „■■■„ null In iliUmiuM nml  nllniii'il III ll,
mum. r In* Imi |iii'«.'iilii"l. -ni'li |i II -ill I | I nn n.t'JJml ,lnv ul N'nv'-tlllii-r, .1.11
tuul. fi i lln- li -iii-ul Nin tin* liim - nil I'lu-nl 11 lui'l, in tlm tiller in in -'m-l
1,1 Illl- f,.|l,lllill|*|.l,llill|t.|i4'i*liull_ llllll   L- til-HI
I l:,...ini,,l        s.i. jo St.
The Saratoga
Restaurant
H. I TO, Proprietor
This is a new restaurant, antl
will be operated on modern
plans. Open day and night,
and the best the market affords
will   be   served   on   the tables
Best meal in the country for the 9
I
least money
Tobacco. Cigars and Fruit
Opposite C. P. R. Station
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
ADDITIONAL SELLING
DATES
St.  Louis
World's Faro Rates
OCT, 27, 28, 29
I 111 Willie .l.ll,*-   rotltll't'll   llil-*  Iiiiuiii
Irip l-'.\,'iirsi,ni Tickets "ill In-
solil iii nil i-iibI rn put..la
TORONTO, MONTREAL,
NEW YORK, ETC.
CHANGE IN TIME
OCT, 9
fur lull |iitrt_-nliira-|,|'l. In lnntl itsenls
li. Ilillicr, Annul, Cranbrook,
.1. s. CAIITF.lt, l'.. ,1. i nVl.t:
D.P.A., Ni*l*"'ii   A.U.I', i. Vttiiranvor
Each month....
given mn moro work in Crnn.
brook. Tlio people eviilently
hnve eonfitlenco in inn mul my
work. Si'i> mr tor [.huts nntl
estimates,
James Greer
Contractor and Builder
THE   FAMOUS
El Presidente
T.'*uiih mill driver,   .irnlslteil for any
liuiiii In tlu- ilinttit-t.
A. DOYLE, Manager
SMOKE
THE
STRATHCONA
Formerly Motel Phair
NELSON, li. C.
B. TO-IPKINS, Manager,
.his lii'lel  is une ul' tbo ln-al  in
llriiisli  Coliunbin nnil  up-to-ditto
in  eien   respect. Well  lighted
siuuplo rooms.
Fresh from the
Candy Kitchen j
Uvi-rv ii-ii-lt i* -in
i'lllllll nl i-t-t'lT klllil-
l.i till llll-l-
1-l.v
nil'
t'l lllll- I'll'lllll- llllll lllllllllll'l-llllll- I
iiiim ,i,,,4,.-,i,.,.i. ,,,,!,,,i,,,l,,.. ;
.Iiii'.imi- 'iiiimi'.   i'iiiii..  nmi ...',,,: ,
G. P. TISDALE. i
THE PLACE
TO BUY...
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•• nn -n'liiui ii.'Ni'i • ss M-yi« ritj
Mine " Sll KilnliiTlii-
•* HI \,-lvel Mine " im Kurt steel.-
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IT rm -otllt ..-. Ilmi Ittlllello
Is (Jrtiutiriitik 111t'lirlinniili-
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n:: 11. ni,
■ till Mar;ai'llle
li! Mtiyook
tlni   ,,tl,,.|-   Mill
tin It.n.In..r
UT Hull liiver
Us t'.-rry t'nt'k
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s*i Knlrrlr- " I'" Mkli-I
■III Hill.,,v I'nilil 111 Tin-I.'"'I'
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Melhoilsl Church,
Comer nf Hanson Avenue ind Louis Street
Sn ini»,» >.
hi.ii-  M Ilu
Suu-I.i t* Sil -l i'   M,
I- \\
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\ . 4 ' |U
I'MJ.Il.
I'      * . -
Cran-.rook BaplUt Cliunh.
Thefullowiuu .- ■■■   • *    -  ,   i
in tbp Bnplial t'li
Swmhij .      ' ■
*-Mltni;l>   Sl-htl :i I'   "I
Voting I'enptf- ■* |   tn Tm mhij
Pr.-LVi-i-M.'.-n,. -   ;    in   W    "   -      ■
Tin- piit.li'   t ■ ti lid
.ill meoliogii,
IV)   ' -  - '
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Ami fmlln'P tlml nil llio riflli D.iv-iM) lnbor, .1.1). llHll.nl ilia C'i_i|rt Hunw In thf
it v ..i N.-Uuii nt tin-limn* i.f Mli'vi'ii n'.lnrk in lli-f.i.i'iii'u n 1 -Iiii upi-titlm iith.it   boxes,
• l-l up iln- v Hglvi'ii for Uioramiiil-ttii'H, uml rnhirn imclepin.1 tlio ->ii" hnviiiirn m-.i-mu-
I tlm viiIms.
i lit.'ii iniili"- m.v Iiiimi ui tlin City nl It-i-f-lniii] tbis Htb ilay tli-tuber, V H 1SI0--I
JOHN  BOULTBEE,
_L-toriiiii_ Ottlcer.
Cranbriuik Presbyterian Church.
1,4,1 ll  S   141..- I      444
Siimlii.4 S, Inml .in ! 1 |i  in
lirtBtlfttl Un leavnl - ;   :,:
Tli-l.iil.'i, ., ,
ii the mi niin-
I'-ui    ■     .1
DAN HOLLAND, Ihc Shoemaker
Nlmli ill tin liiil '•,   tllO
Aiken lilot-ll
11.,;  .-si liest work.
Call nntl si*,-
J. 0. CUMMINQS
PROVINCIAL UND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
MARYSVILLE NEWS.
Work is [irtiuressiiiL- un the
snieller in ii must snlisl'iu-tury
milliner nntl muny visitors collie
hero In see tllO resulls ul' eni-ll
week's lnlior.
Stiliuiil Enlerlaiainent,
Th" s'liuil L-iitcrtniiiuienl  thnt
is iu li* Lri\'-'ti next Tliursilny evon-
iiig |ii'uinis'-s to li" un,.   the   best
ovor given in Crnulirook.    lilabor-
nte iii-riiiijri-nit'iits have 1 n   iniiile
for ti |iro__iiu tlml will   please   all
nml il will   lm   vurie.1   enoueli   to i        i i
riiiinuig o£ three trains  n 1 prove nttnietive from   start to  the
ilny is going lo prove it greut eun-1 linish.    Don't forget the ilnte. \    G
litlielli-e In   lilt-   people nf   Alnrv:
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
villi- uml Kiinlii-rley.'Tlii-uilililiuii-
;il triiin with tlie iluily stnge gives
this inwn excellent i*otninuiiiciition
wiih the metropolis o£ the tlistriet.
Work is moving along on tlu-
triunwny fur the Sullivun iiiiue uutl
ulinnl fifteen nien nro einployeil nl
ihis time,
■  F-onit--
,'   ■'   Is   for
M
Cartl ui Tllatlk-
Tlie relative- of the iul" A -I,
Mel!., Mom-hen wish 1.. express
their thanks to the Sisters ot St.
Kugeiii- hospitnl nml to Dr. King
for tlie kinilness nntl nttention given in the -I nseil while sh-k. uml
to those win. niti-it.liil tin- funeral,
Tho Liberals formed uu organi- J soi f whom enu.e from a (lis-
/iiiiiin  here tin- otlter uiglit  uiul   tiim-e.
.Dim. un Arm-Iron.; lit.
let-tetl -Ins, Mitchcl president nntl
Williiini Forrest secretary. The
following resolution wus iiiiuiii-
iiiously luloptetl, lifter being moveil
l.y _lr, Doyle nml secoiuleil by
I-'reil Drew: Wi* lieg tu express
uur confidence in our present member, "W. A. lliillilu-r. representing
litis constituency, mul ive pledge
iiiin uur support in the forthcoming
elcctionjfor his untiring efforts in
securing liu- lend bounty, which
hus brought lln- milling industry
iu this district from depression to
scenes nf activity.
Goethe's --Faust."
'I'lu- visits of ilu* Harold N'els.ni
Drniniitie t ipnny linve come in
be   engerty   iintii-i|iilti'i!   here,   uur
llienlro patrons liming confidence
llml .Mr. Nelson uml his enterprising  innnnger.  Mr. C\ I'.   Wnlker.
»ill give  lliein Bomethiiig really
meritorious,   'i'lu- Nelsnn i-oinpiitiv
is iiiiiiimiieeil tu return   here two
iiiL-hls ininencing 1 let   i'l.    I in
Snlurdiiy nlglil  will bu  presentetl
ilm grent  religious pln\ "Faust."
Tlu-re  I,nn-   been ulher  perform*
jii snl Faust in Western Cnnndn.
[j Imt until this Nelsnn  production,
in me hnve been worthy uf lh,- illl* I OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY I*.
 rlul   ut,,nu,       Mr,   Wnlker.  lu
mil,., ihi- n notable presentation,
Bttirtiitig in its ri'iilisin. spent uim-li
money I'm- scenery, costumes uml
electrical equipment, and promises
ti-n..nli.iiiry protrny.il,   Such
lufernn. with its mi.
W. A. Meii.-li.ii.
1. A. M *h.*ii.
A.   MelU'hell.
Posiliim  Wanlctl.
first class, experieiu-'l luinlx-r-
iimn seeks engngenient ns superintendent with u lm-ge firm, bhigng-
eil I'm* yenrs in the lumber
industry of Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Michigan,    nml    Kentucky,    Hns
Illlil experie  in the  11   C. lumlier
Thoroughly iiudei-stnuds ln__iii_
railroads nml nil iip-to-.lute uppli-
nnees. Higl.est|iossil.le references
us to character, nbility.und fiunncinl
standing. Applv. ll'. li.W. Herald
office Cruubrook, II.  I'. _'i It.
CIGAR
A. C. BOWNESS
DISTRIBUTOR
Do you want a Stove? Do ynu   t
want Boots or Shoes. Do yen   i
want   Bargains where  Ncw   i
Goods   are   arriving   daily -
Then come to my store.
LEROYSAGE jc^rr
111■!' liiv .-nnl lln* .xmutifill (iiirtli'ti
si-ciu', wiil eclipse miytbins in tlio
— 1 Iin.' nl' siiiuiTi-ilistn DvornttempU'd
in ih.' W.st. Mr. Nelson uill i.i'
seen ;is Mrphislo. nml wiil In* siip-
uorteil liy n specially strong eompiuiy of pbiwrs. inclmlinp; Miss
11,-li-i,,' Sc.ii' ns MnrgiieTitn ntnl
Mr ClilVonl Lnne Bmco ;is Fnust,
Y Have Vou Any PalnllnR lo ho fianc.      J
•   Do Any uf Vour Rooms Need Papering?   t
,-. |„„',tllH
Fiivernor Mclntosli.
if so SEE       j
W.N. CLARKE.    ,
. I    [lover ' Mcintosh, lhe Conser*
Estinmtes givon on large con- 11 vntiw noiniiieo, is   expected   lo
tracts,     We don't wnnt  lhe  I  slnrt on his lour of the districl   in     	
enrth,     We wnnt   to plense    lushorl  lime*   'I'he governor wdl |.,,i,i,„'^^'^
... ,, ,      ,       ■      ti, rive   :i    cordial   reception    m  "i"'1"	
you with the work nud n ii-  J ■ Ortiiiliroolc ns lu- is u   pleasant gen*  '"]',' ,,„ ,.„
reiiBonaulo pay,                      !  ||,.IHilll   |„   m,.,,t.   uml   like   his n.i'.auitn,
Royal liolel, Crnnbrook      (   opponent. Mr. tliilliher hus  inuiiy wirlt..rl..r ilin Mt.riip._.».JI»li«8in».,|
~.*.*.*~****** f trioa.la here,
Cranhrook License District.
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■si.li,.-.. .1   II   \l. M.,114.,.
■J" li  i l.li'oinii Imp.'tor.
MORTOACE SALE
.Hill.-  FREEHOLD PROPEI
tllK TOWN OF CRANBROOK.
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Draying is ,i Particular
Business
Wemaki tli I ,-.*-.
Didyou ever . truiiy t-omplaints
ulH.ut nur work': \\" employ
the besl tiii-u to do
tin* work.   TT Iul uml
prompt, 'i'i t is whi ,-i i.',"4i-..
tlu- people.    '-'' ■ busi
ness and il we get it v keep
il. Iieciinso we will - tisfy vou.
F. J. F. PERRY
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
'.HUM: w
A
RE—r- VOIR    _
CCOUNTS r. f
rrears ? ? :- :- :- •
If the rush of business j
prevents Y 0 U 1 n g
time to writ; -,i; y ur
: books, or having y , :i
bills and accounl. regularly rendered >ind collected, apply to
JOSEPH RYAN
P. ll. II,,-. il?
I  CRANBROOK, ..-.    *i IJ. C.
r
_v_
Paint that Stays
We use the besl uf inn-
teriul nml "ur wurk always
L-ives satisfaction.
Win mi yon mini piiiutinp
pnper linugingl tlecorntinp
ui sign writing, see u-
lirst.
B. H. SHORT
ARMSI-IINli AVENUI
t: Till.   TV. A\ IlliODK    UEHALD
I
11
1 Sob printing te an Htt333
ji^
i
11
The Herald Practices the art.     You can get only one kind of  |
Printing in this office.    That is the best.
Stock Quotaiions.
I'nrnislieil by  lit-tde.  -V   Klwell.  IN  rl
l.rnkers. .'nnil • II   <-'
Probate Notice.
Wnr-_-i.i
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tht Northweal Tcrrllorlfil ninl tin-1 ukmi
rcrrllory,
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..NEWSPAPER.
•
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Timber Notice
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Coal Locations.
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u! lun  lliirne nlriTl  lu llio linlnl nf tiniti.
uiu      Ilnlnl lliis l-l iliivul il.n.l.or. l.ll. mm.
I Hon. T. Ilooora,
ll   I' Iinni.
'   li .1  ... Harvey,
Furnishes a elass of news that cannot be  j
found in the best metropolitan daily or week*   ,.
ly published.   It is a weekly record of those
events with which you are associated.    11
tells of the home, the ranch, the individual, i
the industries that are making fame and for- I]
tune for South East Kootenay, the sports of
the mountain and the valley,    lt tells of all j]
that combines to make the mountain homes
of British Columbians so attractive, and why
people are  anxious to return when absent j
on pleasure or business.
P
.:
THE HOME PAPER
is not only a joy and a source of information I
to your own home, but it is a weekly letter to
relatives in the old home back east. West- ;;
em news is always of interest tothe old folks |
at home. No young man living in South East I
Kootenay should fail to send the home paper .
to those he has left behind. The father, the *.
mother, the brother or sister, will soon watch
for it with anxiety, because it tells the news |
of the country where the boy is living.
•
THE HERALD   j
is the home paper of the district.   It covers j
the news field, it pictures from week to week  .
the life in the west, it tells of the resources of :;
South East Kootenay, the richest district in
resources in the Dominion.   It is a paper thai;
will give pleasure to you and to the old folks
at home.   You should subscribe for it now
for yourself, and you should send a copy
back east.
The Subscr
is only
SS $2.00 a Year
You can afford it. You often spend $2.(H) ||
foolishly and don't miss il. Try this year i*
spending $4.00 for THE HERALD, one copy ]
for you, one copy for the good old folks at j
home. Try it for one year. You will never \
regret it. ij
THE HERALD
1 $2.oo A YEAR
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WlM TO DRINK nk Mil td lie-r-k> i— iranniuni    S   T
CLEARING OVTSALEIii:
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531 stiinuliiiit nt times is
13 ' s-ilv. nn.l if ymi   wi.nl
g( prolong vuiir lift-) Jj .._*
_t Ink-- nil neellsi.ni.i: - I      T
yj Inlile use or  In   serve   u\
*jjj till- Imr  I  i-iiii   -  i
aS highest gnulesii    _
-t J-|i|h mijI'orsiiiiii Hi   , -
$ FALL & WINTER MANTLES <& SKIRTS II
a|,   ; Ji JS wh.i-._u    *>    i-i.       i-  U9aVl
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T   T OT T    12 ONLY    1 only Ladies |_ckcts, 4 only 3-4 length _, , n/~.   '• *
•|,J_-V^1    1. Co.ils, 4 only Long Co.its.    $8 to $17.     Reduced to  4>b,UU  * £
LOCAL NuTl3
i _■
' -    Picked  Up About the Cili   hi   l-ktnsl
5* T OT Tl    "ONLY   Ladles'Beaver and Homespun Jackets In navy, lawn, ;?
J', LVJ1   "•*        pey and black.   Regular $6.00 to $14-00. d>-)nr>:l!i      "'"""""" "' V|;,l:1
J ! Any Garment Now q> J,(j[J '. P
I LOT III ——
A Sl ox. $1.1
Cllllipiligll lillle is Ilu- period   for
mil for 7-u-in
_   S. M. l.'o
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12 ONLY   -Children's and  Misses' Coats — si_es Irom three to !
*
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fourteen years—In navy, grey and   brown ^ — rr.  ',*.
cloths.   Regular prices, $3.50 to $7.00. Now^Z.bU'j,
— ■ — . SJ
lj T  OT Wl    l() ONLY   Children's Long Coats, Freize and  Homespun, In J J*
*_ : L-'y<J *    IV. navy, grey  and cardinal.   Regular prices, ,*,.  -.^ • j,
*\>, $3.50 to $7.00. To Clear §5.\)(j i $
T
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331 Per Cent Off Ladies' Skirts
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< '. 4.00 line for 2.70, 4.50 line for 3.00, 5.00 line for 3.35, 6.00 line for 4.00, 7.00 line for   3"
< .        4.70. 8.00 line for 5.35, 9.00 line for 6.00, 10.00 for 6.65, 12.00 line for 8.00        . _•
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|| «•« TERMS STRICTLY CASH^ jf
REID & COMPANY
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NEWss
TOILET
WARE^t
We hnvo just nilili'd tn our Btock n
nice tiBsortmoiit of Toilet Sets, imported direct from thn factory in
KiHiliiinl. Twenty or mure designs,
sluipt'-, ;niil similes to choose from
ai prices $.1.50 to $15.00. Extra
jnrs in pl.'iin white, white ami gold
or same pattern ns auy Bel in tho
assortment,
9C. T POfiFPC Fancy and Staple *
m VJ. I • _VV/VJL,I\«_. , Groceries ana Crockery ■
y _"_._«__._,_._.   ul   r W
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Cranbrook, B. C.
.gent Iur till Cattaila CarrlaRt' Co., Brocltvtlle, and Ilie Fairchlld Ct.-. Wlaalpc,
ti
LIFE IS SHORT
i So thc parson told as), and wc wish to prepare ourselves.
This is a thought constantly before each individual employed
in Cranbrook's Greatest Store; therefore, wc must unload not only our
sins, but the Greatest Stock ol Ladies' and Men's Goods ever brought
into thc city.
As an incentive to the CASH purchaser wc will deduct 15 per
cent and refund it cheerfully from all cash sales.
This holds good until turther .\dvised.
HILL <& CO.
CltANBKOOIV.   GREATEST STORE |
G    W_A__   at "aaV'_r-___<^_ __*1 "••'5'y™Vl.Jn 51.'iii.*"no.nn.I_«v- _|
W^'llti)J Harris Bros., |
.     ___                  __\\ ihc   Criobrooh  Feed   Herchanli 7*_\
_i ■______ ■ _  *m -^
j-i.
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ft',^_£3_%
W'e .-nn U4 • in ;i (lib i|iiieker
llinu mil iiiiiii iii loivn uml tatter.
-limn: in nml a ur SINKS
nf elel-l il('8i*ri|itiou,
BATHS, BASINS
and CLOSETS
We cnu givo you close [..rices,
prompt ami efficient service.
Wc are hero to plense,
PATHORE BROS., I
III: BEST TII   BE   HAII   IN FURNACE HEAT.
vV
Not Entirely a Question of Price*
V Inn ji.im..* iTinlyintiW art nr onler ilnii't. Int Hip
ilii-Hllnii til prlre ln> tlip only nniHliicriutnn.   Ounllt.jt ntfoti- a
morn tmlii.v than pver hrluro to llio nicrcliiitit wlm i» working    \l/
I -i ini-i'.-iii..' liiu liliatllPHH, ™W
iiiir Lull iin.l Winii'i- KulllugH ni- OvprpoBtlnpH nn1 nn A
ittiHiiriitiHHpd iiKKiitiiimii <i( Hm iniml iliHlralil-nhIii Ioh nml tlm ^iV
t.-i.v inti-1 imvi'iiiiH ami fancy tabrlcn of Import* il ninhlonicH- T
McSWEYN & GRIFHTH,
"THE LEADING TAILORS"
..-.<._«)♦».
TO  OAZE UI'ON
— -I*tii-iii nUiniiilwinii', ii
. UK-llTlJl-t.
I'l". "l.ili iluliil. lillfSl 44.4
ml I..-.11
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THE nACCONNELL
FURNITURE   CO.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital,
For lull parti-nlan npply lo
"Hss Moss, - Matron,
liriiilniiti' nl St. Inl.,''- Iloapil-I, Vnu*
.-..iivi'i-, U. r.
MISS ADOLPH,
readier ol pianoforte and organ.
For t.rms, etc. apply between hours
oi three and live o'clock on Wednesday and Friday at residence of
Mrs. W. H. Griffith.
Our New Place
WE     In
"Illlil    llnil!    i,|    Hi,.
•I'"- Iilpliire l\.
I n
building,
HAVE inioi-li."
THE    ni-ivplat-i-l
1-1,-441,
I   ll
BEST "i il"* I--'
I i-,-ii'.'.i"..-i.
mil n
ml  |il.
Prest Photo Co.
OPERA H0USI-. CRANBROOK
TWO  NIGHTS
i l).M.MKNI ISO
Friday, Oct. 21
t Mr. C. P. Wnlker present a tlic cmlnenl
Una-Liu Act nr
Harold Nelson
and liis Cotnpany
Tlic Komnniii Corned\ <Drama
"fieart« Sword"
The must complete nnd liciuillfnl scenic
and costume epiiipmi-iil ever
seen here
SATURDAY-
(iocthe'g Immortal Drama
"Taust"
The Moat Elaborate and Spectacular Pnulttc
linn til tills ureal Play ever seen
In the west
A TRIUMPH Ol   SCENIC ART
siiiriliiii; Elactrlcal .Hecla
Prices. $1.00 and 75c
Bcserveil Seals al P. I). Ilnig Slure.
I .111 I'.reinner is oui   u
III- mi-.'.- Willi till! I'  " '
liei.r^e    llellllie    llllB * 11-111
iniili lii- trii. to ill ii
S|i,',*iiil iilleliliuli '_!.'   , 1  ,  -i'l I
ellllilr,l,'sel,'_ll-. Wilson  -
-tllUliUOttl  reilueli'in-   in  lull mnl
ivinier mantles ut lloitl _ Co's.
l-'ruiik Itulley lias KOin for.i visil to SiiiiFniiieisi-ti uml olln-r i-oust
ln.ilils.
Napoleon Roynl retiiriu-il Insl
l-'iiilny from n visit I" tin- old hutue
in Ilu- eusl.
A nint-kiiiuw tlml won't leiik is n
Cnrsss, P.S. M.C'o.
TWO nilillls   UOW    illllil.ilile.   Illsui
for talile lioiii-tlers ul ihe ffilgn,
Arinstrtin-. uveiiue.
Mr. nml Mrs. .1. (lilli-. o[ Mor-
I'isey, lisitt'il Craubrook t'l-ii-ntls n
few ilnys this week.
The Poplar Nugget pliinl islieing
moved to Pernio where 11. T, l,.mrv
will start u new paper,
Read of Reid & Co's imuieiise
ninii.lt-- reductions, they tire more
thnn bnrgains.
Miss Atwotiil. who Ims heen assisting in the work ul the frest
studio, lins returned to Moyio,
Mrs. Xnlile uml cliildr.li return*
i-i! Insl Mondny from their visil to
ilu- old hoiiie at Chipiutin, N. 1'-.
V. Rollins, E. H. Smnll, Dr. Hell
mul George Smith spi'tii Sunilny ut
Wnsii. Thoy report n very gootl
time.
Wanted—Girl for general work
in hotel, at once. Address II. I'...
llnx 17. Moyie. B.C.
Frank Worthington, who hus
Ih-i-ii sick with the levi f for some
weeks,  is nblo I" get  nboul  tho
-ll'e.'lS  llgllill.
Mrs. Wolf hns returned front her
visit to Spokune and points In Ida.
Ii4i. She brought her daughter
back witli her.
Mrs. M, Mclnnis returned insl
Sunilny from her trip eust. whore
she lll'lll In pluee her children ill
iliil'ereni i-Uientional institiitions.
.\ gonuiue Jolm H. Stetson So.OU
luil for sl.iiii ni        I*', s. M. Co.
liev. S. Thompson will he glial
in receive iiiformulioii of Arehie
lOntoti, Into of Mount Forrosl Out.,
whose   I'iii-eiiis  are intpiiring for
hini.
If ymi wnnt tlie liest of coll'ee
.nnl ten uiul slill wish to buy il al
less lliuu you would pny elsewhere,
Sinn*.
I imi McLean hns been uppttinted
trtiiiiiunster and rond foreninn with
heiulipiiii-lt-1's ut Cranbrook. This
appointment combines these two
offices.
II will pny ynu  to have    F. .1.
Bradley .V*  Co  ostimnl   your
papering ntnl painting, 'I hey i-tti-
plnv the best wot'kiiuui uml their
prices are right.
(itniier Jones. George Wales nud
Leslie  Fox.  three   of Wurdner's
good young mon, brightu I  the
streets of Craubrook Insl Sunday
with tlu-ir pleasant smiles.
A rubber that willstnnd the nil'.
stub proof nnd kan'l knu-l,
I-'. S. M, Co.
V. ilyil.- I'.iik.i* is Imvingii new
building t'l't'i'tt'il on lln- property
snulli of Tisilnle's store ii'hieh is In
Ii itpietl  by Miss__l.__.-_l its t,
tlrt'ssiuiiking nnd millinery estab.
lislllllelit.
(.Id nr niiddlciigi-il tH-ople, do
your eyes  tftnilile  ynu'.'   Consult
WilsOll,      I'p-tti-llllle llietlinls Willi
up-to-date iiistruments wnrks won-
tiers.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Rookes cole-
braled their twenly-liili wedding
iiiiiiiyersury Insl Thursday. A few
t'rieiuls spent the evening witli
them nnd wished them mauy lui] py
returns of the duy.
lii-itl iV- Co. nro sacrificing their
niuiitle stock.   Rend tlieir ml.
Larry Doolan hns received the
jii'i-iiiiineut appointment ns t-oad-
iiiiister. the position lie held lust
year, R. T. Stokes lins resigned
und will go to Vornoii In take
cliiirge of uu hotel that he nuns
thut city.
John Hutchison has arranged In
enler lnisiness iu Craubrook again
ns ii broker nml general agent, nnil
will huvc his olliee wiih (i. ||.
Thompson. Ilu- barrister, "Hutch"
hits u host of friends in  (his part
ot UlO (llstrlcl  will!   will   lie -lllll   tt,
loam llml In- Ims come buck homo,
"'tii.iul; nf common sens
I        IVII8 lion    I letnlier "tth
I" Mr, iui,| Mrs. I'eii-r Woods   nl
i ii.-iii Creok much,
111', .'fuss ll.'is Insl une nl his line   I...
dogs,   li  gnl  supnrated from lhe
t. .nn near brothers' mill.
George Webster, iiuiiiugi'i'of tlu
('if.un ('.-inle company, spout se\
- ml ilnys in Imiii this week.
Samuel I'hipps. uiusler olianie,
with ht.ult'iiiii'toi_ ut Culgnry, wns
in town Satuniay uml Sunilny.
Uni* nf   the   best lunches   in   lie
found iii tin* city is nt tlu- Viincou-
eer Ten uml Coll'eo lunch rooms.
Tin- linn. Mr. Borden held a
large meeting at Toronto recently
where he met with u good reception,
i'.x Premier Grccmvny, of Muni-1
iniin. will lien enndidnto for Ltisgur
Mr. Donald having retired in his
I'll v. .r.
Services in ilu- Methodist
church ut lln- itsiiul hours nexl I
Sunday. Strangers in towu cor-
(Unity invited.
Aside from tin- trips ninth- by
liu- candidates, there will in- little
done politically in Ilie Kootenny
nntl Yule   Cariboo districts.
Horses uml cuttle cured Eor (Iur
ing tho winter. Apply to 1'. Mc.
Connell, Cranbrook, or J. W. llul.
lis. un Island 15.. just above Crows
Nest Landing.
Al tlie Sunday evening service
in the Baptist church iin- pustor
will preach u sermon to young men
subject. "The market of iiiiiuhood''
All cordially welcomed,
•I. H. Hawke, nl  Moyie, was in
Inwn Sunilny nml .Mtmiluy. lie
speaks cheerfully of lhe business
situation iu  Moyie uml says that
lliere is nn nir of periniii y thai
is exceedingly gratifying,
Mr. Campbell, of Moyie, was in I
inwn Insl Monday. Mr, Campbell
is onn of tlio iiuiin'ei's of .hut town*
mul stayed with il through thick
and thin, and Tin.-Herald is pleuscd
tn know thut lu- is prospering now.
I'. .Mel'ounell tins just received
u large uml complete assortment of
lino confectionery from Robertson's
of Toronto. This brand of goods
sliimls ut the front uiul those wishing Ilu- besl should cnll and try ===
lhem.
^BEALE & ELWLll
i
.>iARE   NOW  SELLING'"
I
j Bull ki\cr Tails Power and Lighl Compan
j Capital I.-H-0.-MM- Shares ot par value ol *i
J Ci.iisitn.'tii.n work i- lii'iny [mshiil r;i[ii.U> tn\
j -niil is iiriii- ilmi.* in ii Ihomuuli ntnl -'i;
j wln'ii Hnisliwl it i-rmnisi's to lie  thf   ihc-:
| pro hirer in < 'aimiln.    Their lliune wil,   .
j River nml ,i Biilmitlary roiupmiy litis >>■ ■ - *
| litis [tortioit "t ih-* work.    It is estim
low niri'il wilt I..- |.i'..i*iiiv,l from tin di .
j   1','iy for lli>* «■' sl of ilu* |>ower pl.-int >.*\, i
■ is nlso tori I ii sulist-lury townsite - - i
5 their interesta m iliis eotnieetioii, uml on 1 ■
j  ini; ;iin! other resourees in ils iin ilhtti   pi
' utile netivity i- .nili.-ipiiti-il in tlii*. ili'ptii'tn
Wiih  .',*„*li   sh.-itv ol' si.-.-k   pur.
Uiver Kails l'iv.,-1' ,-iim! Liyhl Comt«iti\ i~
* hie nii if" in iii" Sulisiil.iry Mliiinu ' I ',!■
ni th.* Townsite ('oinpun}
J
Jno. Hutch isg
•HUTCH'
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Notary P\ib
General Aiti
«_.en
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Tt'mpon\rv Office in
G.A.THOMPSON'S LAW OFFICE
B.iUcr Street,   ^.-   h   CronbrooJ.
Stoves. Ranges, Coal and
Wood Heaters
Don't iorxct lhat wc do all kinds ni PLUMBING rcquirud in
your house.    We guarantee all our work lu
be done by first class plumbers
McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
i—UUe
I mean
\ Say...
h
We uill sell the hai
an.e nf our   MF.V5
and BUYS' SLITS at  |
cost io make room twin, our Kail anJ »\ in    ;
ler  (ioods tint ar.  |
arri\in^ e\er>   _.i>.
Comeand he convlnc
ed. and ai tlic  same
time   e\_mine   n u r
new gondi and pri-':.
pfe. h ■
IA .      .' - i*jw —
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-Uiflflons.. i—j
Mr. Paulson, Uu- Moyio miner
wlm wns caught iu un explosion
insl week, wns taken to Siiokuno on |
fridny liy Dr. Bishop tor troutiuc-nt
by n speeitdist. Both eyes are iu
bud shape hut it nitty be poBsil.li-
lo save tlieiu. althouirh il is doubtful.
llii:  punts,  1'iiinll  ]iuiiis.  lime; ,™—jtjp«£i)(!5g!ijgi»£!—
liimls. short pants; bin coats, little I       is^^y.M.^.y!
,-nnls. lierniiu, snx and strong sox, LJ**imuvj__   iha.are right.
iniidu by old man Carss for the ie * ~- * * "I   1       v_„« m „i..«.
f.s. m.co.  ;       ,^us_-*_3__ei j    Ullr5l°"""'
The contemplated building oE  —rr-?-=—.-^-—^-^-^-^-^=-j*rjj==
tin- Kootenny Central hns alrently
llllllll'   business   lietter   along   lllt'i
vnlley. The sawmill ntWiisnlins
started up again nml in nil orob-,
nliilily Iho mill will be kept going
iiinst of lite winter.
Uobort Johnson, of tlie Central j
hotel of Murysville. wns iu town
Tuestliiy.   11,- reports everything
iu good shape iu the smelter city
nml Ihut the time is coining when ! uiu pm liim in _i,*,|„. i
Mnrysville will lie tine of tlu- best, -urt mni '-..m n-.1 „
towns in Southeast Kootenny. ' ' «->•«>■ .....•-•>• --i
ul, .1 m-lli. i-n   Tiii'i
Since the work of building tin- ;■;■■ >■■"■ -'."■■' '""*"
Sullivun sineltor hus been unileii;':"'"''""'
headway  and preparations  mnde        CHAS. ij. REID & CO., Graduate '
for constructing the tramway at 	
Horse Sense
.iinnii in
111-    I'lllll
llllllll" ill
 OUR	
Condition Powders
i -in ii
iih'-r.
.'1   !l,„l -   111.'
lUSUU'SS It i-'etllll
llliife.
Illli'!'	
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the llline. till-   town   of   Kilnbel-lev   "—- *
has  picked  up wonderfully  nnii'^^^.Ay^A,,****,**-^^. <■ -
%        .IN HIS NEW STORE.
F. •!. Smyth, editor ot lln* MoyieI a-, *~  ____
1,'ii.ier. wus in tow,, ,,., Tu.siini*. 31.    ^    nmyNFSS Wholesale dc
Mr. Smyth snj*B that business con- 38 r\.   V.    IJV./>t i^l^-?-?, ,—,	
tiuues good in tlint town und thnl % (                t                           ...
tlio pny roll this month aggregated A WlriPC   I  HlMnf^   --ftfl   ( tO':'.r.\
'24,000.   That ought  to mnke n IM VV JU tb   Ll _|UUI S  CtliU   Wlgd-I 3
toivn the size of Moyie uxtri-iiiely ffij New Rooms In tlie Aiken Block, Just Norlh of Imperial Haul, Comer    f>
prosperous,                                  .,-..
\W ARent for CalKary Beer and .-.tirtcr
Mr. nml Mrs.Fitzgerald returned g|                  Agent lorT. l-ebel & Co., Hay and Qraln.
in Crnulirook ihis week mul \vill[.*§-
nnike ihis town tlu-ir norninnont H CRANBROOK, 15. C _v
home      Mr.   Kil_g.-rn_l.l   .veeiveil ^4,*^*******!****** >®9* > ' P
congrntnlations from his friends ou «" *• *- ■' T v v" "■* »*jj«»-»-^^
lln* wise move in- hnd inade in the
iniitrinuiitiiil line since liis departure Erom Itel'e.
Tho w inier lime table hns gone
inln ell'ecl. lust   Suiiiluy   being the
lirst ilny. I'niler tin- new schedule'
the Irniii from lln- enst arrives ut
'.hi'ii) anil tlu- train from tlie wesl
nl Hi-10, The train mi lhe Nnrlli
Slur brunch l__vn_ nl 10:10 mi'l
returns nl II o'clock, Indus running
on Tiiesilnvs. Tliiirsilnisund Sitltir-
duys.       ' |
"THE WILGA"
First Class Boarding Establishmenl
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
FOR ROOMS AND TABLE BOARD
Apply to
MRS. HOADLEY I1IK   (Ti.lMillHOK    IlKI.AI.n
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Che Cosmopolitan fiotel
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RATES $2 PER DAY
A Fifstcl.iss l-ouso  Cc.itr.illy Located
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The bedrooms • ■
ff Fine S4tmplc Rooms in Connection
II .rrc airy .md comfortable, uni the table is the best thc U
£ ROBERTS^
gj^iite ESTATE & INSURANCE.; -:•
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•     ^*v, . ,'-«■:   j. *j
_?:_ cranwq6k,jB-^
TIMBER LAN
FOR SALE OR LEAS
arkel affords.
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. /y ft*.  ..-    •'   v  -»'  ■•'  ■•' ••'■ v   •*  ■*1
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KOOTENAY HARBLE
A MONUHENT WORKS
 NELSON, IJ. C
_l.-imi_.t-li in-rs nl mi'l ivlu.i ..•lie and i-etuil th-nlers in
Marble anil Marble Work of All Kinds.
Weirtvii ..ur ..un ■ iin:ni''*-. nml the  tpinlilj  is  icetlnl
I,, |„. ij,,, b .,■ Monuments, lli_iilsltu.es, rinrule Irini-
mlngs for I'.tiiiiliniis, .*, s|,4, i.ili.i Hi Iiniini'. Imui in..nui
e.-l lhe ninl,'i-iul nl Iini ensl.
..DRINK..
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BROOK BEER
P. BURNS ca CO.
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H link-nil-* mnl Retail
MEAT
MERCHANTS
Fresh .'iiui Ciircil Meats    ■*.
Fresh    Fish,   Game   mid  ^j
Poultry. ";
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Wc supjih only ilie best     V iir
iniili- is solicited
Miirl.*. Is In all Ihc prituip. I towns
In Brill ill Columbia
EESM___-mSE_-D__-^^
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Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.   Ash for CranbrooK
Beer and insist on having it.
Thc Canadian Pacific Railway Comp.my
goffer timber lands comprised in British Co
lumbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
Tke Cranbrook Brewing ®, MaJtiivg Co. Ltd.
Also M<\.iiufacturers of evil kinds of Aerated Wa.ters.
•4BROOK. *   *   *   British Columbia
J. H. Stephens,
il. I.. Stephens,
M. -.iiiki'iiilnri
J. Lawsou,
i*: ;...-,.- '.-Kj -.- ■ M srt-a-wr-
, i'-.MMSS-'
I   ...Manitoba Hotel.,. .1
* il'iuler Ni'iv Munngiiuii ui i »
J i). a. Mcdonald, manager %
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4 Tliis Hotel is in thc center o( town. Thc rooms arc 2
J. comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is .first- £
♦ class, and thc bar is supplied wiih the best. When yoti |
4 wani a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. '{
«             WE QIVE VOU VOUR MONEY'S WORTH             |
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reductions in prices of
all lines of
WALL PAPERS
Call and r,ee us before
buying. Our patterns
will please you.
Mouldings to match
all papers.
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J Armstrong Aiu.        CRANBROOK, B. C. 'Phone 52 „
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,...Zbc Owl Cafe,...
Cranbrook Brick
and  Tile Works
Taylor & Davis, Props.
Fiirnfice& Boiler Specialists
All descriptions of l.riek work
iiili'i'liiken,   flues plnstercd :|
> nen- lire proof process.
l 'iniiin.>n ln-ii-li. pressed lirick,
lire lirick uiul tile on Iiiimi.
As we predicied several months
months ..go. the Flathead country has been thrown open. The
" rush is on." The mines are
running full blast and everything
is lovely. II you are in our neighborhood come lo thc Alexandra
Hotel. It is thc best hotel in
the district	
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THI: ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens ltrn_ _ Co.. Owners mul Proprietors,
Morrissey Minos, B. C.
II. I.. Stephens
J. li. Stephens
The Great Northern is building
from Morrissey to the east.
Morrissey is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc. Thc
Australian Hotel is the " Hub."
If you wish to find anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
find your man there	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THR BIO WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens Bros.. Owners and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
I-n- terms. ntups uml I'ltrllter piirlieuliirs tipply in lhe full,,,
.neiil luml ngentsi
V. Ilule Bnker, Crnulirook, ll 0    lv .liillnnduine, .1.-., Creston. H '
I, Ft. Wilson, Wnrduer, ll.C. II..V M. Ilird, Nel  I! t'
li. li. Bruce, Wilmer, II. I'.
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberto
l   British Columbia illustrated
< CONTAINING 160 VIEWS
■ The Richest Province in thc British Empire
Z Ils nin). oil timi litiili.'i"it- null-prim un Mt), Inltf am] Hmi    I
7 nirrifiiltnnil iv_(nim>(i; liHi-itiiwaiiil tinvni*: itB fiv.'i Inki* uiul imtiintiiiti -■ _)
nil--.
Sent Post Free on Receipt of Price, $1.00 and $1.50
Address, JAMES LAWLER, Rossland, B. C.
Tin-In nr.-*! ii.li.'iii-i in
m.I l.n llriiisli Cnll 'i"                              "I
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BEST BUY IN
GREATEST OOLD        k
B. C. CANADA,  AT
DISCOVERY  OP   Till*: fj
15 CENTS
Alii: IS IN li. C.         [i
9
FERNIE NEWS
i-i'iiter nl' n group mid wns extolling
tin- possibilities til' the west.
Moyie hnd n distinguished   visi-
lliss '.utile lefl mi   Wt'dni-sdiiy U™ tliis woek iu tin-iierson   ..I' M.
'or St. I'niil nmi visil tohcrbi.tlior.   Ui-oyfus, n .-ouaiii   ol   t-iiplnin  A.
I Dreyfus.   He wns hero introducing
Tin* t-iiuleiii'iluin! niterulioiis to in new kind of mining sleel.
he 11 nu Ciilliuli.*  .-lum.il build* , ,   ,
ng nnd the builtling of u residence A- I'l'uiniiuiiiil Inn. disposed of
'or the pries! lime In-t-u 'postponed i I'js interest in llio Western hotel in
Illl ii."ii sin-in--. ..-.vin:-- in tli.-hie- Morrissey Mines nntl is ul the
enlist. It is suiil thnl Ile lins up
plieil I'm* 11 position us proviucini
constnliie.
Tlic llesl ul lircrj iiiiiiii iii lln* Imiii! Line
II yuu i'iiiiii* i.iiie >iiu will entile nlleo.    We
. . . niiu In picnic ■ . ■
A GOOD TIME
To Subscribe lor the
nessol tin- senson.
A mooting of the l-'eniie Liberal
iissiieiulii'ii iinn In-lil mt WednesdiiJ-
evening when pn-liinitinry steps
were iiiheii in ussisl 111 lh.- coming
cniiipiiign,    I'resiileiit   Stork    wus
eleeleil In ,'llli'lnl the pnrlv l-IIUCUS
ul  Nell	
C'oiisidernlilt- di'velopmeiil ivork
lins In-t-u thine liv lite (MM:, mi
their coul i-lnims on fording River
diii-ing the prt-si'iil Bumitit'l-. An
eiiginei-t-iiig l'ur.*e hits lieen mi lhe
ground Inking iiu-usiireiiieiits nml
ii pnrly nl hi men. il is I'eported.
nre slill  lliere doing ilovclopini-nl
ll'iirli.  Tliis Wnll, wiil pi'.ieeeil Ifilll-
otil iiili-ri'iiptiou during the ivinter.
Mr. -luiiu Lewis t-iiine in From
Ilie upper IMh Vnlley  mi  Tiiesilny
 -ning mul I.-I'l Ihiswei k for New
Yuri, in 111 >.-<-.-.,-nt Smuli Kust Kootenuv ut 11   B|lll|-tillg   elllli's exllillil.
The'C.I'.li. is liutliiig  np ll x-
IU-.1S.-H ni' Bl-llllillg .Ml'. Lewis Ii.
New Vlirli, I I-'Will Hike Willi llilll
SOllll!   I'M-ellelll     eMiiliils     n|'  g|	
iii vnrioiiB kinds simi iiii.I.*.- llis
gllithiiiee in lln- upper   Lil,   villi v.
He    will    ulso    linn-     .-xllil.il-    nf
lliiliernls. This exllillil will tin
Iliil.-I, lolll-ing lhe   n.milvei. 4,1'Hie
tlislriel In lln* ulli-iilitin .■(' iiiitsi.li'
people nml will ilolllitless ri-ull in
Iii.-n-ii8.il Imiri'.l Irtiile,
Rev. ll. I. (lordoii  preuelied Ins
fiireivell  Bt-i- n nt   K'i,.,s  church
sl Sunilny  evening In n ernivileil
lions.'*.   Al lli" nine service the
I'lillieiil nf tin- 1.mil's siiji|ier
wns iiiliniiiislereil. ivhieh wns oll-
Bui'ved hv ii inrgi' number nl' cotn-
inimii-iiiits, tltree of whom iveroiu-w
nieuiliers. Ile lefl iiii Mondny
evening for Forrester's Fulls, Out'.,
where lie received ll iiiiiiuiinous
cull. A lure.' unml,,.,' ,,|' his e.in-
gregiition nin1 iiititniite friends were
nl Hie depot In liiil him Clod-speed,
Mr. (iiiiilnn hns iiinde iiiiiny wiii-iu
friemlsliips in l''ei'iiie 'luring his
live vi'iii':.' niinistriition us pustor nl
Knox cliiiri-h.
linn McKnV. A- Stepheiisiin.
R. (iiiriliierunil Win A|ipleton. who
let'l here severnl weeks ugo lire null'
iii tin- Hundred Mile lions i tlu,
Cnrihoo rond where lln* willrenmiii
I'm' Hu- winter.
Morley hull, wliieli hits boon
It-used by tho Moyie Engles for two
yenrs, hits undergone n wonderful
clinnge during Hu- pusl week.
Contractor D, -L Johnson litis lind
11 force of imm lit work for severnl
ilnys innking much needed improvements.    Tl ul in-   inside
is being ceiled wiih dressed  luin-
lier ninl 11 singe 111x2-1 lllislieen pul
(Ipi-r.-ilions ut the siiwinili nf lhe
Moyiu I iher  nml Milling com*
puny were never enrried on  more
sileeessl'llllv lllllll    III    lhe    present
linie. Miinngor II. ('nineri.n Ims
every lirnncli nf ilu- lnisiness under
pel-feel i-oiilro] mnl is proving himself |,, he Hie righl mnn l,,r the
li'isilii.n tvliicli he holds. This
mill is turning out from IH.000 to
•"i.'i.lllllll'eel nf luuilier,'len ,1m-,ii„|
lins itenrly ."i.l 11II I.l HID feel nf luuilier
piled in Hie ynl'.ls. Slelnly ship,
menls ure lining innile. uml nbout
IIM «ll I feel of    luuilier    lemes    the
llllll every ilny  I'm'   points   in  the
Northwest Terrilories  I   Muni-
Inlni
After Hit- Gamblers,
Lerilie    Free   Press:     .\ windfall
enlllelntlle ll'i'llslll'.l yeslenlliy fftllll i
Hu*   polh ..un   lines,    l-'nlir Iin-
horns pniil tlie iiggregnte muu nl
. I2"i fur Hn- currying mi nf theil'
profession   during   ihe   pusl   sis
Weeks.
■Iiiiiii Riiwi'll  wns  Hm lirsl ense.
Flo wns I'linrged in  theusnid form ■ "'   ' i"'  mrgesi t
wiih  "Inning  nn pei nlil eu.1 I. mines in  Hi'-  wm
linlit.it nml wiih  living chielly liy _ whicli linve pnid
the gnins nintle fromgnuiiug."   lii 7 deutls.
|THE BIG FOU
Consolidated Qold Mines, Limited
R
Capital $625,000, oi which 35 per cent, in shares is now* in out*    (i*,
Treasury.   Shares fully paid and non assessable. {i
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Miiii-s iliivrllv wi-st ul' tin-
L'ltui nml LoRoi NTo, 2. Wnr
l-iiiL'li' mul Contre Stnr, four
f  i li i' Inr^pst  gold-copper
ii<l.   nil   nl'
mo tlivi-
FORI STEELE ITEMS
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
From lite Morle Umlor
The ruin   during   ilu-   week
hlivillg    It    lll'lielieilll    elfeel  ,,„    t||
wider supply nl  Hn-  si.   l-higen
from tin- l-roiimrtor,
Mr. nud .Mrs. I). McNeish, Llko.
"ere visiting friends nl   Sleele   mi
Silluribiy.
Chns. Nelson ninl W. K. Wt-nli-n
Cranbrook, were registered ut the
I nipei'inl Sunilny.
Angus McLeod who litis been
working in Kust Kootenny duriui
Hu- summer, returned to Steele
Wednesdiiy.
•Mr, mnl Mrs. (1. Send who hnv,
hi'i-ii resitling nt Fernie for several
.vein's ri-lni'iieil to Fort Steele on
Siitunlny Inst,
iituntion in litis Chief Wnrring
prtiveil Hml ihe licensed nsed
murkeil i-nrils. Tin- curds were
produced, ns wns ulso n Idler from
.lln- innnul'iii-liirei's in t'hiengn
Found on lln- licensed, The letter
wus written nl the lime tiie enrds
were I'oi-tiiirileil undI'xplnineil tlu .rj
eiimbimition liy melius of siuupies
enclosed, Tin- licensed plended
guilty nml his worship gnve liim
the ojition of (Jiiyiiig n line nf Soil
mid costs or six mouths imprisonment.   Tin- line wns pnid,
Three other tin-horns iinsworod
respectively lo siniilnr eliiu-ges.
Tlu-ir ii.ini.'s were Hurry Nnsh.
Flunk Cnrper nml Hurry Hudson.
Chief Win-ring naked tiiut. in view
of tho fnct llml In-hml nouvidence
tlmt these men usetl murkeil curds,
Ihey miglil he ilenli with mon-
leniently, Theyeiu.-h pleiided guilty
nml lhe lllllgistl'llte impiiseil u lin'e
nf Mu eneh mill SI 1'iisls. with n
eniilimi llml n n-petilioii of the
nll'etiee might prove inoredisiislrotis
lo tilt-Ill.
For Sale
Or Rent
jH-zySiiiiii' identical oroand
veinsikiw insight on the BTG
FOV\*.   -jiirgeoro ImhIics,
As_uys from So lo SSIX) in
ypld, copper, silver, etc, Vory
rich display ns now on exhibition in the city ore exhibit,
caxising wide conunent.
We liave nearly two miles
of railway on Hii,' Pour property with wilier and timber in
abundance.
Rosalaiid ore shipments for
\\t\)_. il5U,000 toiiB. Shippi'd
for r.HKi, about 410,000 tons.
Tolnl vnlue of Itosslund OR'S
mi |, $27,000,000.
I'lcnsc Note Price at
15 Cents P?„ARE
lor One Month
-
nre u grenl success  with  H
reduction, sii.im ore unit H
pnys lo mine ns nnw provi-tl *
by Hu- luteal reports untitle      ■,;
tlellils.
Nil    less    Hlllll    lllll   -llil,"I    j,
sold,   Hli.ir.-i cnu be hud
inslnll nl   plun.   piiyinenti    _
inpnthly.   Twenty i» i■ ■.
ensh. bulnni'e within 11  yeur.   "I
Conipnny Ims nn debti -i
linbilitu-s, iiiiii ii full I'm'. I   tj
men now working.
References.       Tlie    Hon   I
Mnyor, Unlil ('iiiiuiii—I",,,
pnstinusler. nr inn   blink  in   7
luisini'ss mun in city.
'I'lli.,,'!-!, li,l,i,i < „!|-„li„,
llliii'lniil i 'II .l,.i.l-..4 ■''
llllli I. nil Hi, mi
I.I'muul Iii.Im.lilti
=  I
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.Ini amounl lens llinu -tlllll si nil liy /
poslollkenrcipri'iis illllllil orilcrioiei
(hin amount, hi bank tlraM In >cerclorj    '
Biff iniir Ciiiisiiliiliilal Gold Mni * ,
l.lil., Kiissliintl, II. C, CjiiijiiI.i. \
ili.li'i Ulii nk- ninl '  I ,<<iii|ii',l Niv, nml i
-Inm iim nil II.,-Iiiii,I mi nml uiiiini I nliiiilil.,
lliiiiiirlKIinni Mii.ii.- ,iifii .-.-.' h   ,.i,4,-4.,,
, »^»^»^■^■s_^,_^J_^_^_^J_^_^_^_^s_r-_^J^_^--^arsB* ss_r-.t, .
Two  Story   Dwelling on
Baker Hill.
-APPLV Til-
Arnold &
Roberts
I'. .1.1'ulii
HERALD IS NOW'lrenln fen il.ni. ,,:,,    II,. in.
.Mm,
A imui should never In- nshnnied
1" own In- hus been in Ilu- wrong,
"liieli is Imt Buying, in other
wonls, Ihnl he is wiser lodiiy  I Iiiiii
Hm    lie nmi yeiilerilny.     I'ope.
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Z charged at the rate of 5 cents Z
Z per line each issue. Z
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Timothy ntnl   llpliltitl   Inn*,   proflppil,
lllllll*!' IIII.I l-gljll (in* Slill*.     Willi!  I'l'l  lull
nisli |iiiiv_ I. II, 1','lir, Hi.lil.iiiy, Altn.I
LUMBER
RobinsoreMcKenzie Lumber Co., I.UI.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Oi
Rough and Dressed Lumb.
The Calgary Cattle Company,
(SUCCESSORS TO M.MclNNIS
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE V-gtetgiye /»&
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r OCT 24 190*1
VOLUME   7.   I*. _, O
•^toria.^;
HERALD.
Hon. Quo, A.Cox, Proslil.ut,
I'.iil Up  Ciiiiiii
Rest    	
inin RcionrcciNot. m. 'in
The Canadian Bank ol Commerce j
Head Office. Toronto. I
... li. Wai.khk. Qell. Mini. 2
.. S.1.7ll._KUKI *
MIllll.lHKI IHI I
-iil.il   Ki'-'iiiii.'- -in. j,,.  in                        S.I.IHM.IIIHIIHI •
Deposits Received.   Qeneral Banking Business Transacted j
suimiS DANK in i'il'l in M   n.ini-ii- Received  lolcrcil Allowed. ]
I'h'ilsiiM kill: i.L IN I lil.l sr THREE PERCENT I
{      IIA.-KIXU 11.  Mill.   Ii.|...-ii- in.iv I..' inn.l, nn.l ii-llliilmwn I.v il. J
J   ii i i..nn.i. i   ri-i-i-lvi-i-v.-ry tillt-tilltiii.  1'iiiiiliiiltlli-illiiiliBtitlilri-iiHiHl J
J   In i'., , it| i iii, i'i.mi I. luni, li mil .,,,11, |iiiiiu|ii iilliintlon, ,
j  CRANBR0I1K BRANCH,                   F. C. MALPAS, Manager. !
.lllll H>.i.i.i.<<ii.).i.i.Hi.in.iii)iiiiiiii<iiii«
I      IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA      S
Z Capital, Paid Up             13,000,000                   _
J Kcsl                                   $2,800,000                      J
; IIEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO.              S
J T. R. Morrill, Pres.    D. R. Wilkic, Vice Pres. ...id Gen. Manager J
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! SAVINGS   DI-PARTA---NT==ri;S,T-,nwnD 1
J A general banking business transacted, Drafts sold availa- J
_ ble in ever/ part ol Canada, United States and Europe. Special _
Z attention to collections. 1.1. M. PINKHAM, Manager.     $
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I'll.lNlllliMIK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   TOTJItSDAY,   OCT.   20,   1004.
WRECKED IN SIBERIA,
THE WATER WORKS,
Crtiiitirinili is tu Unit- line ui the Best
Systems in ilie Province.
1',-rrvC
Morrow &
McFarlane
...Till:...
CLOTHIERS
Kniii
lli McKenzie
\l I   ROADS I LM)  in
MORROW   &.   M'FARLANE'S
I'erli.ip.*. tiiere is nothing Hint il-
lllsll'llles Hie kind of St ll IT   llllll   Hie
leiuling men of Criud.riHik nre mud,.
.1   lielle! lli.ili  ill,    lirglllliz-ltillll    nf
tin- ivnier iviitlis iiinip.int nf this
town uml llii-1igurtiiiB miiiiuer in
iiliieh lh,  •'•iinp.nii   liiiie   pusl.t-d
I'liriviiril i-oiiBlrui ti 1' Hi-   I'lnii'
siuee orgniii/iilion, Tlu-re nre few,
il unv. iniili*. in Hm iie-t tin* size
of t'rnnlili..ik lvlll'1-o lliere could be
l.iuinl n set nl' in ii niili Hie lnisiness iiene mul liu- nliilily in i;i
ullenil witli II pl'npnslliiin ..| -.mli
inngiiituile. l.*tini Hie slnrl in the
linish tlu-y   lime  never  iu-sitntiil.
I li   u    business like    111:1 It,I. r   llml
I'.iriniilnli'il   their  pluus nml   then
Willi nil,,i,I       As 11  resllll  Iniilil   Hie
pllllll is nenrlv I'eiiilv I'm' Opel'lltion.
Thev I'ollltl   iinn-   ilimle   in v   ll
Ihey lnul tnken things sinner ami
stnrteil Ilie in.rk nexl Bpriug, llul
the people llllll expressed lhe ile.
sire to linte wuter ivillinui uny tin-
iieeessnrv deltiy. Tltev ivnnted it
I'til- privnle use mnl nlso I'm' lire
pi-.iti-i-tii.ii. Tin- I'm-t llml Hie mily
source of supply for wnlt-r Inr tin-
Itieslie plll'pnsi'S is Hie   unlet'   lllllll
mil lln- ii'iiter linm-l. eiiiphusixed
tho need of litirried  t'oiistrui-tion.
Ill the Slinilller,   (Villi    Hie    besl    nf
service, tin- wuter gels inn luu! condition shuttling in Hu* bnrrels, uud
in tin* winter linn* tin* freezing nl
the wnler. or the trouble of Inn ing
li wnler barrel in Hie house, wns
lltllple rellSOII for the people lo usk
for the hurried construction ni the
water works. Willi n tup in the
liouse there is n guiiriilitee of both
health nnd convenience, while the
cost is absolutely less than buying
by tile linrrel. Tin* writer used
wuter frmn n linrrel for two yenrs
in thiB town, nnil three yenrs from
it wider tup in liis kitchen, nml lie
is in n position in frankly state thnl
the luller is fnr profornbicoven il'il
ensl twice ns llllli'll.   whii-ll    I't.t'tIIII-
nit-ly I'ni-tlie people ..I' Crnulirook
il does nnl. Ami. sn fur us lire
protection is concerned, ihe building nf the iviiti'i* works mny ui nny
lime prove the salvation of die lown
uiul prevent every  .ii.-l**- liunl   from
by u disastrous lii'* sweeping
through Hie lnisiness portion. Mr.
Ferguson, tin- Brand Chancellor of
Hu- Knights of Pythins. spenkiug
nf the mutter yesterday when in
town, snid timi every uian who Iini!
Hollar's interesl iu tlie plnce
binilil feel thankful Hint lhe water
unrks ivere sn iieari-onipli-tion.and
ml,led llllll he vmilil IHU  like  in  lie
iii lnisiness iu u town like t'rau-
bfiiiill unless lliere was a system nl
water works so .is to insure lire
prni.nli.ui. N..I mill liuve ilie
i-iimiiiiiii   iiianiieil  tn  iirotet-t   the
iiseertaiii tin- rates paid   In
tOWllS I'U' iv.'ller sen lee    III
lliein Iiiimi.    This is ilmi.
all ii.i,i li, fortified with the I
honestly ami   properly   meel   iini
niisiiitenieiiis that limy be iiiii.lt* in
I'iiiiii.'.   Tin*    Hernlil    	
Ihis iie.es'.ari a- il    len  nnl tlllll
Hii iipuuy  lui'l    !',i a
Illlil  snli,,     hiil-lli'    HI   llllll 4IIL'    ivn-
tor ii.iitr.ii-U, 'lm- in tin*-.- i- pm'i-
t lllll hml lm I l.ll i-n. in liiel.     ll
alsn 1,,'iriie.l nn uooil null, -iill Ilial
it lhe  penple llul  In..    en IV   I"    Ink.-
lln*   ivntl'r   Ihis  fall the  nui   [i
would imi go lln- extra expi ol
putting in Hie hiilranis ul iin- timi'
ns they iiuiiiii prefer 1" biivi lln
Inrgc expenditure tlml would Ih-
i.i les-arv Tile Inss of It,! 114 i.l'-
wnllltl be ll enluinit V In eiirv pro-
peril  owner  in   Crnnbrook.   The
lleriilil is of .1 pinion  tlml  iln*
mailer sh.iiii.I be thoroughly un-
del-stood sn lha! lhe public uill lie
iii a position in judge intelligently
upon Hie mutter, Tin- town musi
hnve lire protection, nml  when  il
ean hale il al  nil CXtm ensl    In   lhe
people, lliere is surely only mm
thing iniin. The company cannot
be expected In put in hydi-iinls unless lhe people   lake wii'ler.   ami    il
Hie   ,■ pany  wore charging   an
lliU'eiiBOiiiiblo rale. Ihey could mil
expect Ilu- people lo submit, llul
sueh is not the ease, ns anyone inn
readily see by n comparison of the
prices ns given below:
M-1VH-J, li.c-
Chsrlea Estmcre a Passeager nn tm III ^ -^
Poled Sltitip in   the Arctic lleeint. '£ ti&
li. ryone in South  Kasl   Koo "j8*      ,
tunny knows ll,ail. - L-lnir.      II, °_ =»      i
•■■■ - 11. nm. i in nns .ii-..11.*. nmi. m t_! (y
grenl hustler,    Itecnino limn  lh, ^ •*  g£
Stall's  i"  South  Lasl   Ki .itetiyit.i ijjf ■
.1 Inn lln- Lm Ihhmi uas mi prim I" ■* ,.-. W V
. nll-lrn.'limi nl'lhel'mivs Nesl lii, j*'>  *-?..
ami wus til-si eugtigiHl iii Btirveyiiig **s<
■ni ll, Wanlner Iniiiisile.    In min *_ •'.,
nm. iniiiisile   work  ami anything rfj **
Ihai iinlllil I mi ml lhe  e> Ill    aii'i £ .
Nl 'Ml*. Kll   J'.n
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They are **
Made toll:
nun a ilnllar ti.iiarils  Lsli,
In
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im .llin. s i< inn
Luni,in,-	
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IIIIANTI'OIIU, 'iN'l' -
CHATHAM, 0..T -
S*4  lllllilll   Illl,.
HAMILTON, ONT.—
mi ..u'li i'n Milium iljji'l'.'...
KINl.-l'ilN. IINT-
l Willi J.11'1 ili-
I.ONIHIN i in r.—
1 Vii.nl Ii.i mil iinnii
OTTAWA, .1ST.—
-I  i ll'll UUXl-JS.ONT
- -nn.l ni
-l   THOMAS. ONT.-
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Hardest
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t_&
W
ear
*$** Wc guarantee them .
.. $11 nn llul
■ il ll
ivns iillviiys fi.niiil at lhe front,   lie   ^
got illteivsteil ill luining ninl   villi I fl
 .- It.illl lhlllienpil.il.li!'S|!i'lit all   *?G*
he Iiiiii in developing sou I'  hi-  «| e>
[il'iipel'ties.     Tile   el.iitns    It'ele   Illl ]*_■*_
righl. bul ii takes capital  to plnee  T| X
thn la-st of properties on n  paying "JJS
Imsis.   Mr. Kstmero found this out I'l     T-**"*i        i        f
but Btill ho never gave up and tliis\*_-_      K«nrl   r\T
snmuier ho started for tholand "I'i **{■-£      A\.1_._.U-   \JL
lim iiiiibiighi sun.   He gol  there, ij
Imt  the llOOtloO  see I lobe    -ill,    3*.
him, mul iu a letter to a  friend  in  ?3
Crnnbrook, he tells of iti
ienees as follows:
-Nn ilinibt mu will be surprised  -I
hi lll-tll- I'l'lilll tue,     I  lillle   jusl    re-     ~
Iur I from Alllskll where   I   liuve
been siuce Insl spring, lllll I did
imi return witit my iwekels lined
witli Ilu- yellow t'lllluks ns ynl
might suppiise. I eariied Jjiji.-tin
up tiiere by good hard work in
innking a survey ol' placer claims,
luil as  I   huil  neither u i pnel
uilh ilml Almighty or tlie Devil I
uasi'i leil In  Ins.-   llml.      I   niil j
explain! I Innl worlieil In Ilu* lieltl
as long as I eiilllil ami especteil   In j
eel  liaek In Nome,      I I   tins ll| I
Knl/.eliue    Soil Illl    mi    lhe   Arelie
ocean) to tlonny olliee work iu time
In lake lhe Insl sleatner olil to
ivili-uliim. (lli ni) ni-i-ivul nl till!
t-oasl I I'nunil llml tiie regnlnr mnil
steamer plying lietween ICot'/.ebtie
Sound mul Nome lnul missed ti
Irip for sonic reason. As I lnul nn
lime lo spun- I look pnssagn mi n
little Iwo iiiasteil trading schooner
which   iiml   been Further up lhe
Arelie ennst   illlil   WHS   till   its   Wuy
down In Nome,    Everything wool
Imelv us far ns Cnpe Prince of
Wales,  when   -ve encountered   ti
heavy southeiist  gale.    We were
11 riven on to the Siberian const, tlie
seas   broke   over   the  vessel  lllllll
swept it cieaii nf everything thnl |
was uni  bolted, inclusive nl  my I
blankets continuing my lieltl notes. I
When we gnl within reach nf tin
Siberian const and suw no eltmict
I'm- escape we eust mil anchors, but
lhe  gale  was  so  heav.v  llnil   ll
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||WE LEAVE IT TO YOU*t
J J and if you don't s.iy j|Jj
ll F. S. M. Co. TEA |
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<_"!. ^Vl-=_"_»ff*V VVf V*V*#*VV
_\4 is the best we will hand you your
«S^                    money back
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iS-giBiaigs^®^^^^^®^^@!tit*aai_-Q_g^g-g<
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FOR  SAI E Ninc |,00lllccl plastered
.ind papered liouse, con-
,4*1^V •■*• sisting ol dining  room,
silling   room,   kitchen,
pantry, ', bedrooms .md
'. other accessories.   Situate in llic most  central
part   ol   the   lown on
1 fl    Armstrong   avenue.
9.tK VV (|^^§ I    I his will be sold furnished or unfurnished..j*
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Cranbronk.
il, :it.rl I'fintiit* .
H'HHt-aHaHH^
• m^.mca^.Mx. <*•-:.■.. w*w-:v->»_*'-i'i-.v,-.i-in
I
Putting SHoney into Jewelry
Ol any ivliablc make, such as wc offer,
is simply investing it. _*I- isn't like spending it on something that will depreciate
in value.<-*Take a ring, a good ring; say
it cost you SlOO.^Suppose you get it
herCiv^That ring is worth the money
any day for years. That is because it is
worth the money to start with,j*The
same is true of our watches, silverware,
and the hundred of other articles we are
willing and ready to show you any day.
v
Ul. \). -WCSOn,«jeweler and Optician
n. bul they
      ivilrniits in
the residence perl imt in such a ivny
Hint iienrlv .'ler.' house in town ean
l.e reaehei'l by n line of hose.
Kight at ihis jiiiieiiire a strange
proposition has arisen, I'm' some
unknown reason n fen individuals
liave eiri'iilnieil ihe mosl absurd
stateinenls regarding lhe prices
Ilial lhe .Dininuty propose loebargc
inl' water sen iee. snnie nf tlll'lll sn
ri.lieuliiiis   thai   il   s. i, strange
lliiil ant mie would eoiiiiteiiiinee
tliem hu* a minute. Yel these rumors hate lnul some t'il'et-t, uml nc
enriline In siilil.■ nl lhe slaleinenl.
lll.l.I.-, nne inighl lie illiprcsseil llilll
Ihe idea thai   lhe   u   ulm  were
foolish enough In Invest betweeii
s;:i i.i hh i ami $-10,000 In  a   priipnsi-
ll,,i   Ihnl ilepenili.   si.lelv 11].-1     111,    ||
I'ulure growtll nl   Hie Inllll.   anil   if'
ihere happens iii  he anything In
arise lo cllllllge lli mini prneress
nl Ihis.■iimuiuiiilylheirsliii'k wi.lllil
imt lie worth I'iiii* cent-on Ilu-dollar, thai limy were iisel ofhighwuy
. ililiers, instead nf a liuncli of pub-
be   spirileil   indiviilmils   ivlio hml I i,i,|,j„i,i,.-
e eh faith in the town  nm! III. I Uumlil
I pie Iii iitvesl iheir money   in  it
legitimate lilisiuess llilll HlC-l-.N] -
lalioii of milking ii legitiiuntn profit.
'I'he si  thing has been Silill ill
lhe    l.'lopl     anil   I'leelrie   liglll
company, mnl yet ns a mailer of |
fnct flu- men ulm hate put their
money in belli of those enterprises
still hate it Ihere anil   have   never
received nne cent in dividends during tlie yenrs lln-y liuve been iu operation.   'I'lu- Hernlil isnpposi'il In
I cinching liy uny  corporation,   nud
I hns never been luu-kivnn! in expressing ils opinion in mutters of
this kind, regardless nf whom the
parties interested inighl hi'. Tlie
three public utilities, tile electric
light, (he telephone iiiiiI the wuter
works wiil prove to in- potent factors io the upbuilding of Crnnbrook,
and nuy inuu who isnllempting.ili-
rectly or indirectly, I" place a
stumbling lilock in the wuy of
eilher is in mighty poor busincB..
Tt is true thnt some of the ob-
jectinns mnde t't'gui'tling Ilie wuter- I. MU_! .nm-lt-iti-. "Sim "'' My So
works   nre   due   lo   Ilie   luck  of  l,*'„w*,l':-1'1"1.""''''- ,. .,„.,,,    „ ,
k,    -           ,.     |         „                 .-         .,            J.   1 linrn-ni  iiii'iiiiiii.    iiiiiiii   nn   i
lliill'leilge ol   Ilu-   lads.     Imr   the   || i." I, ■ Klijnli "iM Ii'lmilin).
J tlio purpose of giving the peoplo a 8. I'litu-tui i\v 'i"- ciuiir, "Sinn nmi
true insight in to lhe Hiliinlion'I'he i"'''''";111';" •''I ,,,,.
Ileruld has take,, the trouble  t„ „m,K'Bi"r™'(i'!'ii'."""'   	
ST-
lite   gtlle   WUS   SO   ll.-lt I \    nun    nn   iy.
iiuehorsdrugged and wo gradually II XL.-  S>'  t >      i r'L     '   i Cj       1
lrifte.1 onto the beach,  l.ir.unn...        I flC   Ol^CSI  L I\r_StlT_aS  MOCK
ii\ the Kootenays
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ly, nbout this tiiut1 tlic storm lui :!
up, nnil, nl'ti'i" four ilnya wurk of 11
li^liloHiig tlii'hoiil wt> fluivlly snr-;S"
rci'ili'il in lliuitiiiii hi'i' iiuiiiii. Wi'll.
to ninki' thr Imiii story shot'l, nflor
aixti'i'ii ilnys of niuri' ur K'ss ox-
pi.'t'iouco t iiiiiilly Ifttuloil in Nonio
As tin1 si'iisoti wns tit its closo, then
wns nothing for mu tu du Imt ti
gul unt ol' llirti'. 1 could nut flni.v
a ri'til un my work ns ! was not in
position tu di'liviT plans, Nor can
I gut a rent until I K" up ngitin
next season Jitul u;o over the work
n_*n\n. Su hum I mn. nfter a whole j
season's hnrtl wurk nnd the outlny j
ul' nbout nil the money I could bnig, j
burrow nnd stenl Inst spring, ro-
ttii'tieil toSenttle. with nothing lo
show for the lnlior purfornuxl.
Ibit tlie loss of n   season's  wurk I
dous uot (Intuit Mr. Kstmeiv.     Ilei
hns formed a oombumtiou nnd will
go to ihc /iiiiiute/. country tu  look
nl'ler tiniber and  cunl,      Being n ,
prnctical surveyor, with  n   knowledge uf both timber nnd mlirnrnls,,
Mr. Kslniere is just the mati t<> engage in nn enterprise uf that  kind.
and will be in a position  tu  make
money for himself uutl thnse  whu||
nre associated with llilll.    The ler
ritory he will work  is une nl' the
best uluug the proposed  mute ul
the   Grmul   Trunk   IVilic     Mr.
Kstinere's experience  in   this districl during tliu eonstrm'tiontof tin
(JrtrtV  and   since   has   given   liiui
priielicul knowluilge thut will prov
invnlunble    in    Dial    lield.     '"
Herald wishes hltn gomUuck.
THE BIG STORE IS
DOING BIG THINGS
Snilil Will,! I'-inililnins	
Vi'iti'llllili' l'-i.linl.iiim	
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Ijiii*iw--„i*i-iii-Ii lm tnr ii'lii.li inil,!
M.l.i Rate..
Snli],„-l In (|ii'i'li|l ni'i'iiliK, ill.
Church Anniversary.
Tin- fifth niiniversnry of tho
opening of the Methodist church
will be observed next Sunday, _i!rd
inst. llev.W. \V. liner, of _'elsou.
will preach both morning nml
evening, Tin- choir lime been
, pi-epiu-ing speeinl music, lhe even-
j ing p,-grunt being ns follow •
\ Never before in the history of commercial life in the
Kootci-wys has .iny individual put in such a  stock  for
Christmas buyers.   It is almost beyond belief that a man
would do it in a town the size of  Cranbrook.    But  we
have confidence in Cranbrook and South East Kootenay.
Not only have wc the largest and best stock ever brought
into the Kootenays, but it was bought direct.     Wc  cut
out lhe middlemen this year, and that means we will cut
out thc middlem, a's profits.    The people  will  get  the
benefit,     i'li.-'-e arc jusl one or two ideas  v. e  J-sir.:  to
impress upon lhe people of this section.    Wc   have ihc
finest and largest stock, and thc prices are  the  lowest.
.   , ,      i i    ,i  ,    ,i -. W'e bought for ihis season so that our retail prices will
priii-liciil knowledge that ttill pruvi 'V* 6
inviilii.il-.'. in. Ihnl   field,    'Ilm || be as low as the small dealer has lo pay thc wholesaler.
That is business.   That is why we wil! get  thc  irade,
.md it is lhe trade we are after.    This  week lhe  whole
force is unpacking goods.    Just drop in and glance  over
thc magnificent array.   It wiil give you m-i idea.     And,
by the way, il you want first choice let us know.    We
have a plan by which  you can make  your selections
while ihc stock is complete.    No where  in the cast  cr
wesl is ihere a better or more varied stock, and thc price
v. ill appeal to your pocketbook.   Remember the place.
Now Optical I'arlurs.
\V. I-'. Taie. the optifiinn, hus lii-
ted up his new optical parlors  in
rooms nbove Ilu- store,   flfnny pi o-
ple.l.i mil i-ni-e In in- subjected  to
public gu/e wlien being exnlnineil
hu* trouble Willi  tlu-ir eyes.     Mr.
Tate, renli-iiig this, litis gone In
considerable expense to fit up privnle parlors for litis brunch nf  liis
business, und in tin- future  it   will
prove a sntii'cc of no little satisfaction lo his ninny customers.    .Mr. I
'-ute bus just returned from  tlml
enst where he devoted considerable 1^ —
time to furthering liis knowledge     ""
in optical science nml  purc-hnsine
ndditiouiil instruments.   He is now
prepared to give the bosl of sntis-ll
faction in Ihis line und will devote !
llis time to tliis work.   Thnse whni|
nro of tho opinion tlmt their eyea ||1T... ..,,»-. ^v     «
need  attention  should  seo   liim j|« here it will Pay to Deal the Yeai-Around
without ileluy. ,*_■ —
TEMPLETON'S
Big Book and Drug Store I'll i:   nt \\ ItltOOIv   HERALD
L
Edil      and Proprietor
UKAiNBHUUK   M_KAI_D Ul  »"."    'V'""
lllllmtie 111 Ills ellnrts In keep   1.1*1-
I lisli Coliimliin to the [rout,  I  il
<//f a HS   safe   In   say   tlllll     hlllnll'.-l-    .'I
*—      *   '   * V A_ -»_--» |n*opie are   nntl    intl-n-St-tl   in   the
jHissiiiilities of this   priivitice   who
innl li.-mlly gin ii il n  thought   I"
Inie.    Mr.  Monroe  prov.nl  in lie
Hie right innn iu  the  right   plnee,
liotwitlistllllllillg    lhe    tail    that   a
gn-.il iiuiii)- people won- opposiil In
his appointment.
It is suid thai -I, \ linker limy
run as a ennilidiite fnr lln- dominion house -ni the sn.'ialisl ticket,
lb* has tm chance in he elected
nml a-- a thlnl clllltlillllte in the
Hi-111    he   will  he   i.f assistance   In
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EDITORIAL NOTfiS.
('ana.la is enjoying Hn* lull  -Iin
11, ■,* |.ail I hest-ilnys,
I;. T   1.41111*1  i- 41 j.,■ f 1 i 11 *_: np a
Ledge in   feniie.
ll issni.l  lhat   Itoekefeller  now
'•'.iiin.Is   I'.ii.uiiii miles nl rnilwiiy.
If   he     keeps     "11     lm     11 ill     SeC||',V
en..u .1 -ai'lT his tvenlth.
ll     i.s    BllOWillg    nil     the    prairie
Wliile   Hie    I pie    nl'    lliis    hlltlllllil
bell nre busking in similiter sunshine t'riiiiln-ook is the center ni'
a magnificent country.
In Albertn cnniliiliiles are  being
called   ..-i-ryll.il>->   Imi geiilleuien,
ll   is  Btrilllge  lllllll   I'tiols   Sl.Uie     pen
pie ttill h.' iihei, ,'M'ileil over
politics.
( Vn..brook is growing ami sn are
('ranliriiiii.k | pie.
A nian ivlih a narrow mind  ntnl
weak intelligence, till" lines lint
Iill.Uf it, is li, he pilie.1. Iliil eun-
ile -il.
Timothy Id.ton losl $7,000 worth
nf jewelry by snenk thieves while
Ilm I'auiill ivere at ilililu-r. ll will
bea long time before W. T. Ii,*i,l.
"Hilly', lllll ,.r Messrs. .Manning
ami Siddons ean lose ihnl much
jewelry,
Tin- Vernon Ilei-itlil is a new
publieiition, ami il is a creilil In
liriiish Ciilumliia journalism,
.s,,n f tlie  provincial  govern-
uieiil orgiiiis are publishing a serial
en nihil, -Tux snle of Crown (Irani
Mint.al Claims." ll is an interesting .un- In Ilm lucky publishers.
A imm win. will write Ilu- l-iml
nf purrol   editorinlB appearing   in
the Slneail   Drill is II    ili'll'i lit     In
the   parly   In* supp iris        Nn   iiiiiii
believes tiiiii all theg I ol'humnn-
iiv is confined in any mie party,
nml Ilm political history of Ciiniitlii
furnishes siiliicieiil reason liu- nn
parly iiiiiii I., east ihe lirsl stone,
Such rabid, radical, nonsensical
nllerniices us are  fouud    iu  ihe
-Illill   ll'i.lllil    Iini      lillil"!,14-    the    hi
mutes nl' Hm New Westminster
iii.suiie nsvliiiu.    Ii costs nothing
hi In- ileeenl. l.lll il lakes illl.'Hi
gl-lll-e In lie fair in a politic-Ill ilis
mission,
The Kelson NVivs of Tuesday
last has a despatch in the ell'ecl
lhat seriniis l-hlirges may be
brouglil ngninsl A. l-lt-lt, cnnl  in*
Speeinl' Til" 11,-1'.III klmll'S lliith-
ill"  111 I   the eil'i'llllislai s. Iilll   it
is willing lo iviiger Ihnl Mr. Dick
is all right.
gill-minx   hi-    _licre;il...iils.      W'e
.Innl believe in hunting votes uilh
K. UF P. BANllUtl.
.,           ,                            I   ,,  ,   i     ;l bl.'iss lininl: ami   I think mi. ...
Iiainpiels are ,4,,,-,,,_    H-U.r    I.   ,.    , ,u      ,             , ,      *       .
1 ranbrnnk.     I,, In,    1 Ii, - l.m ,,   ha- , ,n  uxhwtov
won     iiii     i-iivinlie     rcpultitlou  ,   ,     -,~     .    ,        .  -
,, . ..'      ,, i m-l Sl.ll   llllliil ulmii    I  .
Iliriitieiiltl   the   prntllli''    hu-   Ihese
fuiu-tions.    Lust night  Hie  I-i   nf'
lMo.ix..x«v.. its initial i»u ti.,|   A MARVELOUS STOCK
honor of ilu- visil  of Hm Unii.d
Chaiict-llnr.     A.     II      |-'er-lis,.||.   of
Nmi Westminster, nl Hie ('ran
limi.k hnI.'I. Tn sal thai il was ,i
gliifiiills slleeess lliinlil be   expn-SS*
in,   it exceeilineli   miiil.     Tlu-re
never   wns   a   Letter one   lli'lil   ill
Crnulirook I .he rei-,,r,l establish
til hi the K. of I', lodge will make
those who follow xet up nnd hustle I. , ■        ,      ,
line.     I,  -asabniil  half | h'l-M'i-'Pn;'!"!'. Ims heel,   nsslslllig
lli.'ii th,. easuiil observer Iu lining store of .1, 11. Templetim. thn
'll'll..ist. must lie iinpressctl ivith
Hie ureal slnek of goods lhat he   is
unpacking-    [iiinieuse eusi-8 hnve
heen hallle.1  up   111  tllO   hadi   lloor
ami the big hu* .( clerks Iur I
loose ou thein.     Mr.  Benttie, the
A I'liil.il Stntes linn tlllll innim
fllClliretl  life    preservers    IlilS    heel
found guilty nf placing inm ill lln
center of lln- elk In make Ilnli
i'iiiii.* up iii lhe rei|iiiivi| weight.
The iii,-ml,.-!-"1 iiiiii  rum   should
he Ire: I Inn   lllltl.   nl ImilillC   mill is Iiiiiiii Illill solllll   nien   can-
  talk politics nnil hedeeenl
THE WAR.
Tokio. del. 17. Tlmiv is II
strong tippenl for peace in lhe appalling trngiily wliich is mnv under
,-n.-i.-ttin*,ii in Manchuria: llolh
armies linve fouglil I'erociiiusly for
a iveel, ami desperate lighting slill
continues nnd il Is probnble thai
Hie ihiiith mil will In- lurgi'lv ill'-
i-niisttl before the final shol Is lire,
ed.
The preliiniuurv repoi'ls iti.li,-nt.-
thai    al     110,000   men    of   both
sides, fhe linger portion of Ittis-
siiitis. linn* lieen either killed or
iviiunileil sinei.  Hn* nru.ies closed
in  ilial.     I'lveli lln- .liipilllese. In
ii'lmin lhe grent victory is of pnra-
lllOUIll   illiporlaiice.   seelllell    In    hi-
shocki'il by Ilm slniighler nf llu-ir
elli'lllilts.       The .InpnlU'se  | pie
ale   leeeililie    III"    In-lls    I'n UN    lile
lieltl nf hullle calmly nml tlll'l*.' cm
he hearil nn slioiils pl'neliillliinu
their victory, l-'ew lings are displayed.   Luter ii jollification  may
be iii'ld. bill lllllliy feel llllll no   de.
inoiisfriitioii itlifiulil  be mnile.    A
protllilii'lit    .bipiillese   ..iljd   to   Hie
Associnti'il Press correspondent today! -'We have ivnn u sweeping
mul ileeiniir victory wliich mny
prove In in- tin- siilvnlion nf nut*
country's existence, but v,u regret
both our own losses und the ter-
ril.lt' slaughter which our forces
haie indicted im tlie enemy. We
regrel    slill   morn   lhe   necessity
tl'lliell   I'.il'eeil  lis In en^itce    ,',,    /Jim
ivar."
A iiii'iiibei* of iln- diplomatic
corps in un interview .villi ilu- eor-
wapon clout of lhe Assncititi-il I'ress
Biii.li "I believe the world will iv.
coil from the sickening slaughter
of litis liuiiii-. livery interest of
humanity doninnds the adjusttnenl
of the dilfurunces lietween tin- two
nations nml  Ilu-  proelnmatioii  nf
peace.     Till- sitlltltlOII   llelwecll   till-
lii'ii beliigeieuts is n dulicate one.
luil what n splendid triumph for
diplomacy ii   would be if  pencil
cnlllil be   lllrnilgeil.       It   seems   to
ii'e-thiil lhe question nf honor is
im   longer   involved.     If  liussiu
feels llilll   such   a   ipieslinn   Is   in-
volved surely the heroic uml sue*
cesl'iil ilel'eii'ce of I'orl Arthur nnd
lln- vnlor shown Ly liussian
soldiers nn ilm fields of Mi.n.-huriii
should I'm- ever determine lhe
ijilnlily of liussian courage. Russians should remember Hint tlie
<listiii.ee- dividing lu-r strength am!
Hu- lilllitlltions "f lu-r railway are
liistoi-icnl faetiirs iu ihis war,'''
llnlli Armies Exhausted,
Si. IVU-i-sbiirg, i id. is. The
issue of Ilm bloody draina below
Mukden   is slill   in   the  bnlniiee,
There is uo allelnpl In lilillillli/e
Hie Selele   i'liii l*ac|er   nf    till.    gO'lll
reverse suli'ercil hy (lenernl Ivouro*
pnlkin Insl week, lull ns yel there
hns     been     nothing     absolutely
decisive.        There   cerlnillly    in    Illl
mul. ami Hm wur olliee limi mil yet
given up nil hope that KoiiropntKin
muv   in- iible in again  resuuie u
to keep il
piisl  tell  llllell  Hie   Illbel'S nf    till'
l.«|,.' cli.-ed llleit WOl'k ill lhe
In-lee rniilll lllld at-1'il'eil ill Hi'' lli'lil
where It Itlllliltel-nf ilililed "Hosts
Here in Wllitillg.     The  iloiir-   IV. re
ol- I iiiiiI tlu-i nil wnlk.il into th..
spuciniis dining room llml luni U-eti
Irillisfnrnieil into a linllel* of iM'illtly
for the ..en .inn.    Silk il_i|iiu_s .if
ll olorsul   Iho oilier,   red.   I'll."
iiiii! yellow, ivttn- hum: in grneeful
festoons l'r,.niilm walls und ceiling,
while ul one i'inl Hi.- letters of the
lodge, "K. "I I'." ou Ilu* ivnll ill
lien- of ever) bi-iiI nl Hu- table.
Flowers and iniin- added lo the
heimly of the scene, whiln nl ouch
ii lln- work nf marking tlie new
blinds, which by lhe way is no
slight insk .then such vast i-muiti*
tie.- --i-lin- in iiilliin a few duys
time. Iliil such a stuck mis never
unpacked in the Kootennys Im I.,,*,*.
There nre dolls so  large and   life
like that i Hiinks Ihnl   the)   lire
snrelt    sleeping   children.     Thev
.'.ill lie Iniilnl li i .'iceiils   lo $15.
Iiiii in lii Iiiiiniiiire .Mr. Teuiple
nm hns gone lhe liniil lu deli
.•ale ware of all kinds, nrtistic ill
design, In- has a slock Ihut will
pli'il-,'' Ilu- mosl erilictil. .\lltl
iilieii ii cullies io toys, tiiere is
nothing Hint hns been Invented uud
nuinuftictiiriil luielv thai
.       ■ e .        i   i ,   i I maiiuiaei nien linen  nun vou
li ate wiib ii toast 1st eanl decorutdl .   .      ..    .   i :   ,    ,
I1."        ., ,.,.       | ..    i-i nn   lnul nu his shelves.    Inleulher
With a I'llmiill ruse   .-ul tll.-i-iiliil. nl
lln- Indue, The nn nil Has delieille
lllld   lll'lislie.   llllll    iilnli,   \\'l (-,,1,1    ,<,'
Millwnnl's i.reh.-strnilelieliteil tin-
solll, lhe gastl-Ollolllie i'enllll'e
iln- givi.ti niitliusiiislic ntleutiolt.
II wus:i musi dniightful uiillieriii-j
llllll tilt* nppilintnieiils were nil Ihut
could hnve beet, desired. fai-itl*
It-nl judgtiieiil wus displayed in ilm
selection of the chairman, us tiu-i-e
is not il iiettei  in ilu- province
limn ll. lv Ili.niin* When cigars
were lighleil. mul Mr. Itimllie urose
lhe fun slnrled and lliere was no
Biircease until tht. last song hud
been Sllllgllllll the seals Here vnt-l.t-
ed.       Tile   iiiusie  IlilS   divine,  lhe
songs by Messrs. Clibbs llhiek and
Bl'yiliner weri' delightful in conception llllll plcfisillg it! I'.S'-i'lllii'll.
while Hie responses In llin tollSla
Here of ii high order.  Tin- ".imsi nf
H veiling made a line  talk  niu!
lion iiiniiy friends by lln- lutnium'
j)i< Iivnled lh.- subjet-l ol Pytbius-
i.-m. nnd lins I'lineri-d Li the echo,
Many wonls tins said in helinlf of
lhe hosts, Messrs, Ibiggarlh and
Rollins, when Him mas! wus, pro-
posed, wliich was responded in
by Mr. Rookes. following is the
lonsl list:
'Hll., lj|VH
KNInllTs til' I'VTIIIAS
V  Illli   T    Umil,,-
SIINl!
.1 ,; it ,:.-
CANADA
Hi. .1    II    Kin,
I'lrtlTI.-ll ItlinTIIIJIIs
ll    11   limit) I'..I. Hinilli'
Tin; i.Aniiw
I J. I|iili>lii-"ii. -I   II   I'i
nl I,  .UI.iltll'.lN COI SII.S
i', h. shin-mi
SllS't!
II. In,™ r
SISTIlll SOC'll'JTIliS
W. I'. Tun-. .1. .1. Ilni'i,;
A Great Picture.
Wulter  liilwiinls has received au
enlarged pictiu 1' No. I tronp,   C
sipiudl  SII'alheumi Horse, taken
ul Ottawa prior lo ll.e ilepnrture of
Hie    buys    fnr   South     Africa.        ll
brings In Ilm minds nl thnse who
participated in Hu- work of thnl
troop muny memories bolh snd nnd
pletisunt.   Thnse represented from
lliis imi'l of ll tin try in Hu- pie-
tiiri-iireiis follows: Chns. I'elerson
(Rough Rider), Hid, lliiiubley
(betler known us Curly I. l-'rnnii
Norton, .1. I-'.. Kennedy, Hurry 10.
Morgan, William O'Henrn, -liinies
Fuller, lu-r Thonins, Richard Iluni-
inoiul. .lohn <ii'illin. Clms. Norton.
Wnlt Kdwiirils HHd Nedi. .h.liii
Nesbill. I lurry Mellon, tie,,. Hazel.
Ktewnrl i.Mi'iiiieHi. \\ iiliam Hau-
S4in. Frank,I. Diinn, .lulu, Rons,
field I Red .lackI. Sergt, A. II. Cr
llllille  oll'elisile.      ll
crt,xl Sol.   Wright,  .Whorl  I   Hurry
here ihnl lhe tt  whicli  lln- dip-    • "•    P'fk    iJcenng.    W .    I.
I.iinnls mul   neW8pl.pe.-s  of Tnki..!11'' 8, H lllllilll Fl g.  Joseph
iissiuneil in referring In whut  thoy I Kiiirni-y. '1111111110 \\ ilkie,   \\.   N
seem to look upon ns  lhe ol.ising  <'■••'d-   Id Hi-so  who  l'i*ll on   lhe
'Held of bailie    there   are    Sergeant
Parker,   Sergeunl    bogun, Wulter
Wesl und Kilwiird .1 s. The |
I   nf   a   Iragitly    I'm-   (lenernl
. Ki nt 1*1 ,| ,,-it kin's   army   is certainly
Winnipeg was visittil by nn linlf I oreniiuiiri.,       |-„,tl'
nrnims    ure
a million Iin* Insl   week, nml  the | greutly exhiiust.il nnd   Ilu-   final ] Inru hns created a greal deal of ii
new llullman block nnd tin-  build* | issue "probnbly  will depend ujioi
ingoi't-upiiil by the  Ashdowi
lull hnrdiiaiv store were destroyed
ll was one of Ilm tvorsl fires in liu
history of Wiiini[ieg,
which   niu    regather    itself   the
piickest.     The   Riissinn  legions
Tin- big bntlli now 1111 between
lhe Russians iiiiiI .laps is in nil
irol_il.lv   Hm   grentesl   bailie   iu
what people call greiil in   this  ngo
t,f civilization and Christianity.
-'   The   llriiisli  Cnhiinbin   mineral
exhibit al lhe Sl.   I,.,nis   fair  lins
taken 11 big bunch  of prizes.     It IShakhe rivor
wus u lint- collection of niinernl.   il |
I.'l*' sl in Ibis pui'tii'illarloc.'ilily due
to lhe fuel   Hint   s any of the
troop wi'iitt'i-tini Cranbi-ook.
fiuvernor Mackintosh Hustling.
Nelson News: After attending
lo some legnl business with the
gold commissioner veslerilnv. A.
II. MncXeill. of Ro'ssinnil, spenl
tin- rest of the day in chatting over
re terribly battered nnd mor
less demoralized, bul Ilu- splendid
manner in whicli tlu-y went forward
ngninsl bone Tree hill on Sunilny
is siiliicieiil evidence Hint Hie
temper and courage of Hie troops
are not entirely shaken.
,     _ -     The emperor this morning re-,.,       ,...   .    ., ■ ,.        ...
. ■   ., ,     ,.,,:,, ,1 r 1 1:,,„„_,l- k',,111 it:,,   tie poll ti-nl  m uu ton   Willi   imrtv
hlslol'V        ,1 "1'eatesl lie niean     he ,   ' ""' ''"lu lienerals   Kolll-i, .lltklll 1 ,. .   '. . .       .'       •
,   ill      I '""I Siikhiiolf, reports of ll.e  Rus-' r"'",ls;""' T""'"8 ",'   "','«■>
""H I'1"   k,l,Hl '  """   '"Is lacU „„ und capture of tin- diiy.presuinnbly0,1 politic,, affairs.
villageofShll Ilzv.l.ulfwuvbe-   Ml' M11cNc.ll is lhe  rusted beute-
twei'ii bone Tree lull nntl Sllllkhe,  ",""1 "'  Snveruor   Mnckintosh   111
and  siiuuhaneouslv Ilu- Btorniing   h" f^nt cninpaign and na Biich
of the former, thereby gaining two Ima lits hoiuls -e than  lull jusl
positions of llio very  hic-hisl  im-  "mv,\      ,   ,        ,      ,    ,
-irlnnceon the south bniik of lb,-1    "(,'n glud vmi tound   the gover-
nor.   In- suid to n daily News  muu
I yestenluy.   "(if  -se I   had  in.l
1 ... lust tin-governor for n niiuulo nut!
was displayed in a mosl attractive Get up-to-date by enrolling on kmiw lie was ,pii,ily doing good
initiini-r, und it was in good hands. I The Herald's subscription Iisl. work wliile ymi nnd' others were
Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
.iiR'S-S Ci-mf-irt a Specialty     J -
(inm] Stabling in ConneC-loa   \'
M
Neiirrsi tn rallfoml fttul depot.    ICitfi ncconniiadn-
ti*ms Ftti  the public tuieqim11e<l in Cniuliraok.
Mul anil Cold l.iilhs
't	
Hoggarth A Rollins) j
 Proprletoi s     J *
4jrmmmmMwm3:>mmmmmi$>w*w.&
t        When you visit Cranbrook stop .'it ihc
I ROYAL HOTEL >
^ Nunc Better In thf Dlhtrlct _*k
<^> Rates $1 nntl up.   Short Orders ami Oysters <^
df, served in anj style from 8 p, m. to 6 a. in, <*j>
^ Thc tabic is thc best, the rL>_>m; arc unsurpassed lor clean n^
% (iness and comlort and the bar i* .supplied with thc best brand  ^
^ ol liquors and cigars. <(h
^ L. D. VANDFa,AR, Prop.        £
*-fiiaoa_-_6sisEEEiE[_][..Q:|[;.c_![_.[_i-::!'i
inuils lif Ims sini|iiv jjlonniil   from
tii.' iimfKi'is thr mosl nltr.iotivo
tuul host, Tin- ilrrhMliiu ensos aro
Is-imticB. the -i.a-.hpr bound hooks
hit lovolj in Iimk ;it. while in
liocki't liuiik^. I'linl rfist's iiiul t'vi'ry-
111111t-i in ih.-il Iini) lir Ims I'lmim'li
to ki'i'p ntir busy I'or hours simply
looking nl Um vtirioiisOoalKiis,   In
Clii/.otitit' will'** In' has hi'aittii'S.
This ware is oxpnnsivi1 Imt Mr.
T-mipli'ton importiil itdiroi't from
.f.ipijii nn«l u^ol jl i|l \\r\i'i'i-\ that mi-
alilts himloiiivi'tlifpi-opli-nf(.Vnu.
Iifook il hmirtit. In nrniuht f[Qli|
iirtlcli's hf Ims beon osooeiiliiyly
forlnniito in his Boloctions, nml
thoro never were prettier vobob,
matoli safes and nrticles fororna-
inenl limn In' is displaying. Hut
wliiil i^ tl|0 119.0 nf tryjog tfiontp^-
.'t'iiii' ih.' mtiny i.hhiKB llmt lie is
niipiirkiiiLj. Thero is nol room
enough in T'li" Rnmlil. Snflleo it
to sn\' tlml he has without nny
ipii'stion of ilouht the largest anil
Ih-sI stork of t'hrisliiias goods in
lhe K-unteiinys. tuul all one Iiiih to
do tu ln- eutivimvtl is to takea look
around M* ston1, And yet he is
onlj heginniug to unpnek, Bui as
soon as ho is through then is the
lime to make your ChristnmB pur-
I'lllisea. ns you will have as good a
selection i|-H yon noiild nvi in ipiy
largo cily.
The Kootenay Central.
Dr. -I. II- King and J A. liar,
vi'v wonl to Fori Mteeio yostordny
to attend ;i meeting of ihr provisional direetofs of the Konteiiay
Central railway. Then' was eon-
sidoral)lu roil ti no lnisiness attouded
tn ami lhe full amount of the capital stock was subscribed, §250,000.
and ;i t.-ii por cent, assessment on
ilu- stoek was paid, On the 2ilth
of the nmlilli thoro will he another
mooting of lhe si ill rel i old era for the
purpose of electing a board of
directors and officers of the nmi-
pany. The company's all'airs ure
in mosl excellent shape nnd the
prospects are very bright for the
inauguration of work on the mini
in the early spring V. II. Pollen,
was present at tlie mooting, Naturally at ihis stage of all'airs Mr.
Pollen has nothing lo sny for publication, except that ho is well satisfied wiih the situation. He has
jusl returned from Kngliind where
la- has boon in the interest of the
eompiuiy for the pnst  fvw months.
Lowry Gone to Fernie.
It, T. Lowry has pulled np
slakes en I i rely ill Wesl Kootenay
tiiiii will concentrate his oll'orts on
his new paper in Fernie, whieh is
in ln> eailod lhe Ledge, Brother
Lowry hns been playing iu hard
luck lhe past two or three years
and here's hoping that he mav hit
the puy streak.
| WRIGHT & MIUAVARD'S f
I ORCHESTRA |
4  Mii..ii fiirnisliL'il Inr Hulls, Pur lif., etc.
j Twu in seven piece.,
4  Cranhrook.    -    -    ■     li, C. j
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mm
mm
^M^immmmmm3a$}mmi<\Km^t
l. CLAPP W. ROLLINS i
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
Tlic New Managers.
Drop in anil sec us any time.    Wc arc tin deck 25 hours
nut ni llic 2-1
S_S^^E_lS[SS_flBiSiiaSifIiSE!aESS[D£i_-J-S
>=:<•-• 4* gti-S- fit i
I ROYAL HO
I ^MARYSVILLE, B. C.
j| The Pioneer.Hotel of the St. Marys Valley.
S Comfortable rooms.   Satisfactory dining room service, and  the  .
'j.' best of everything at lhe bar.
1 WHEN YOU COMl; TO MARYSVILLE STOP AT THE ROYAL
$ 	
| FRED DREW,      ,\v       Proprietor.
^vl^^^^^'^-rillj-i^^^^^^'-i'?'^^"1''^"*'-'^'-^"^     "--■.''■'■■:   ■ ''-   J .■    •   '-'
W'e ."take it a Custiim
Ul   Fall and Wintei
XI! ftvpiv.rt.-it
■ l.ll..'I.      IIV J '    1144
H'.'ll In- tnili'li itltliit,'
Leask & Henderson
»    NEW DEPARTURE    ||
We are now in shape to furnish all kinds ot j
MOULDING
BASE and CASE      !
Orders promptly filled and delivered in town, lor prices apply  j J
jj King Lumber Mills o. Limited jj
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
SAVE. TIME.
i Al LTHETIME
RAILWAY
AimiTIONAI. SELLING
IIATliS
St. Louis
World's Fare Rates i
OCT. 27, 28, 29
I tu
On stun, llul.- ri-ilucoil int.. i-cniitl SEATTLE, TACoriA
Irip Kxt-iii'siiiii 'L'ickcta will l«*    j '     »*'' »..i- i-acipic nnst* i-ihsth
suld to till i-iisl.-i-ii [lointti        |    s,  pnut< Chicaj;.,, New York
TORONTO, MONTREAL,
n'>
NEW YORK, ETC.
CHANGE IN TIME
OCT, 9
l-'oi' full imrtititilan njiply t" Inral iitti-nt.-'
riiiiiii* nnd Tniiriit Sleepers, linllt-i  Llhrarj
Curs, Modern   I* .   Cn_clic_.   lliiitii*;   Car*.
;Mi*uls a In Cnrlc.
BEST riEAI-S ON WHEELS
7   PAST TRAINS   7
I* Enst anil West Daily m
Special evettrsimi rutin itt Worl .'a I'nir, St
Limls.      Ymir choice of mule.
II. Ilillicr, Agcnl, Cranbrnnk.
,i.s. u.MiTi-iit, I-:. ,1. cfiVi.K
li.l'.A., Ni-lniin   A.U.I'.A. Vniii-iiiivi-f
fur lull'... l'iilik-1**- mi'l full illfllt'llltllillll
■j-ni'iliii'- tt-ljis, cnll nn ortitlilresa
.11. YKIIKK.S Tl. IJIJ.lMlT
ll. IV, I'. 1. II. I*. .-. T  A
.-V.illli, 701 IV. Itll-ll-ltlo An-
WubIi. Spiikuno, Wi.i.l,.
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I SOCIETY AND I
*      [PROFESSIONAL CARDS !
(lust BKT Liiui:.; Xu. :KI
KNIOHTS of PYTHIAS
Cranhrook, \*. C.
\!-.i-_,i.-I.-iii,I -Illi TuwdHJ ill  8 p. ni   in
1 Illl 1'. Ill
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III,
Mil 1
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\NC1EN I ORDER of FORESTERS
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lli'i'l- l-l  I lli-.l 'I'm'-.Ini i-vi-l-v month
ul AliUilU-l-ll.
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t   .11.4 ,.11 is, |l   II.       ll'll    ll.l IISRTIir. -_H-',
VV. P. fJURI),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
■ 'IJANIIklH'K.    URITISH    COLUMBIA
i. Il.THOriPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, H. C.
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
ltd .cll Blink Crnnbrook. B. C.
.91***********************
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.    Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary   *
J Public, Etc. %
I   Cranbrook,    -    -    IL C.   >
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DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at Kettldence. Arm-tlriing Ave.
OPI-ICE HOURS:
Porenoom,   •   •   •   •  0:30 In II
Afternoons   •   •   ■   •   l:30toJ:30
litcnlngs   ....    7.30 to 8:3.
CUAM1KOOK,    :   :   :    :      :    E. C
DR. A   I). MORGAN
I'HVSICIAN and "URQEON
At*
 it-  M.'
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 ii  I. :m lull. -•■-_ Lvi'iiiim. 7.111) In S..-HI
I'.'l.'lili  HT
/ * I * I * I«I * I •» I»I«I« I ■» I ♦ I ♦ I #
Dr. Connolly,     |
Physician and Surgeon    .,
*  Ollice on Armstrong Avenue *t
...   ll'iiii-i- '.Hn II n. in., tlin I ti, in. T  '■'
in - |i in.      'I-liuiii' In.*. i#1
f-|t.l--l«l«l*l->l*l«l«il*l*l#
DRS. KING & MILES,
DENTISTS
IIIUCII   llul ll-*-:
II In I'J ii   in
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t'l-tANUROOK, II. C.
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CRANBROOK, II
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CKAMllillllK. 11. C. 'IMionc b.
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
TI1I1S.T. McVITtlE, P. I.. S.
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