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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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CRANHROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA     I III BSD AY,   .UNI*   92.    IU03.
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
PROGRESSIVE
CRANBROOK
ll. I. WAI Kill,
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
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BANK MONEY ORDERS
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CRANHROOK BRANCH
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IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL
REST     ■
PAID IP
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONT.
T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. und Gen. Manager
CRANBROOK BRANCH
SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT
A general banking business transacted.     Drafts sold availa-
j ble in every part of Canada, United States and Europe.    Special
INTEREST ALLOWED
UN DEPOSITS
2 attention to collections.
!. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.
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Buying Jewelry  on  Faith
The public cannot be expected to be infallible judges of jewelry. They must trust the
seller to guard their interests. You may safely
buy on faith if you come lo us. Our business
standing is our guarantee.
W. II. WILSON, JGWI-LGR & OPTICIAN
Hit, town. Urslilculs ... ('i.uil„-,ii,l,
fan congratulate themselves upun
luisst'ssing nil cvceptloually good water supply fm lire ligliiing purposes.
As staled above the tU-partmt-llt is
iiiadi' up ol volunteers entirely and
llle individual members thereof all ap-
|,,'„r to take a keen interest iu their
duties,
As a further evidence, of the growth
of Crnnbrook, it may be remarked
that the Imperial bank has been compelled lo seek more commodious ouar-
tors. Yesterday the stall moved
lino new and handsomely appointed
olliees in the old postollice building.
The amount ol Imilding going on in
this town is really remarkable
stores arc being etiTargcd and now
ones erected, not for speculative purposes but solely to meet the demands of growing trade requirements.
In common with other parts ol Ihe
southern portion of this province
Cranbrook district is receiving the
attention of homeseekers. There is a
targe area of land suitable for fruit
growing ndiaecnl lo Cranlirnok, ptir-
chuseahle on vary reasonable terms
.,n.l sales arc being malic dally. Cran
I >k   could   wall   afriird   lb    make
known its resources in ihis respect a
little more widely. There is room
In the dislriel Inr several hundred
families ami II seniors can be indue
ml, llie direct i.. n.-iii ,., the Cran
brook lius,n.s. intii will la- very con
si.lei.tlile.   ,
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WHEN VOC W\NT ANYTlllXH  IN   IIIK LINE OF
Portland Cement
Fire Brick and Clay »
Window Glass, Oils and Paints
Screen Doors and Windows
in
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up
surprising
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FERNIL A CINCH
FRIDAY S LACROSSE t\ IMK AM.
ONE-SIDED —LOCALS GO TO
NELSON Jl L'i   FILM
The K«-t i h   Iai i"' si- ii-jih i ,,l  ii
sell  decidedly  mil   nl  nt. element     In
the t;  witli ilie lit) .tl. id-.' Priila)
a Iter noon Tin* visitors Worked hard
bui  \m-ii   outpointed al  Wei)   •■.'.,
I ih<- pontesI .ii„i liadn I 'li- Rhus! ul
sli.n. IiiR|ilte tin' efioii*. ..I tliu
liniiii* train iu   keeji  ilu- score ilo wn
lliisl   impossible    In    (HfVi til    a
-n     This   wnw    the
t'lunhrook, .ml     llie
rolling uji lo
(lisl game li
showing ul ii
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nlso as
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i  hoys
lhc l'i
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lists.
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Bathle
McLean
Staples.
Purler.
Graham
Patton .
Fulljames
J. Ulack   .
Carruthers.
Clothier ...
Releret
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a lulljjws :-
Ferule
J. Miller
...   Pollll   .     .   Hulllt'llut-i
I'ov. point ... M. Kastuci
1st. defence... McDonald
2nd. defence... Slemmou
3rd. defence ... Kcnsey
. Centre Hold . Sfreppard
3rd. home .. Qloitdln'nlng
Unl home . Walk ins
1st hoino  ... Gordoti
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FOR RENT
1
Seven roomed dwelling In,use and
market garden of 2 12 acres, 1-2 mile
town.
Suite ol 5 rooms on Armstrong Avenue
large
Irom
Farms, ranches and real estate ol
descriptions, call and sec us for particulars.
FOR SALE
ns, ranches  and real  est,
i, call and sec us for partict
BEALE & ELWELL
Will move to their new  premises
at the corner recently vacated by
th,
e Imperial
Bank.
I \
tuated
Hun Cranhrook is in some respects
for the entertainmenl ol those who
ilcstrc ,t brief holiday and beautiful
scenery, .m.i where the greater pari
,,I the '.mu' can enjoyably Ih- spent
out ol tinuts. The drives around
Ctanhrook are hard lo heat. The
roads arc good an.l Ihere is always
.1 delightful breeze, even on the hottest day. Riding, driving, fishing,
'■'.i can In* indulged in to the heart's
couteni rherc is apparently ample
hotel accommodation and there is no
lack ni stores, Blocked wnh the best
iu nil ihe rcqniri'ini'itls of lhe most
exacting. Business is very good in
Cranhrook just now. The merchant!
are all doing well and the hotels are
well patronized. Possibly these very
satisfactory conditions explain to a
large extent ihe little Interest so far
evinced by the majority of the residents in making known lo the outside
world Cranbrook'a attractions as a
holiday resort."
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Out. Iiuiiii' ... Dniilop
Ins, home' ... Southern
—K.  Sclirain.
The outlook for lacrosse in Cranhrook this year is very bright. li
is estimated on a good, fair, unblas
ed basis that the team this season is
Hilly 40 per cent bettor than the
191)1 twelve—and lhat was not a slow
outfit by any means. Despite the
fact that only three of last year's
men played in Friday's game, new
material has cropped up that brings
the present club up to a highei
standard of proficiency. One ver>
objectionable fe'ature that is entlrelj
eliminated in the play of the .locals
this year is the eliih swinging and
rou^h work that was somewhat prominent last season—though aggravated ill several instances, we iniisl ad*
nnl. 'lhe present players are all
ideal stick-handlers nml will assuredly ill Mi up .is (lho a demonstration ol
the good, uld national spun us   one
play " cut out.
The Cranhrooks play in the tournament at Nelson on .July 1st, and it
is tn lie hoped ihal all the players
Will    be    aide    lo    hook    nut.       This
might Inconvenience a few employes
for about Ilall a day; as the hoys will
leave oh Friday, but we think our
business men ale anxious enough to
sec tho boys have every success and
will sii.un a point un this occasion
to further the Interests of spun. Ks
proudly Is this particularly desirable tn the present InslnnotS, foi
Crnnbrook has an uld score to wipe
out with Nclsati, That 16 to 1
drubbing three years ago grows
blgget with age.
-Mi-Arihui is a strung acquisition to
llie team this jear and will go to
Nelson Dominion Day. Ii is possible thai lhe uld, reliable Hilly
Matthews may he brought hack to
town shortly—and that will help
some.
slaiigtitc
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and Pre
regard t
NEW DEPOSIT
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*. NEW VEIN ON THIS OLD
IM.lt TV    STRI CK   Till'.    I'
week—acth rn   \ i
KIMUKRL1 \
The    good new
tins week "f
tue deposit ;
ihat   good
Lull   ..III-   ul
Mlg   llie  St
im place in
operations
this propel iy
Uie     new     Ir,
in.,hi revived activity ui much    nu
put lame  tu   the district.
SHIPPING ii CAlts a WEEK.
At lhe Sullivan mine even thing is
a rustle and a hustle, and lln- people
ol Uie valley are glad, a force *u
15 men is ai present employed, and
over 22 cam of ore a week ,ut* being
shipped down to the smelter al '
Marysville.
THE SMELTER BUSY.
The Marysville smellei is in active
operation, about till to TU tons of ore
are bring treated, and about 100 ions
roasted daily. The daily product of
lhe smelter is al'oul 100 Ions of bullion, containing silver, lead and gold.
BUSINESS GOOD AT KIMBERLEY
llasiness generally is reported lu
he husk in the district, and the rush
has struck the Kimberley Milling .V
Manufacturing company in such iin
extent that the firm has a haid time
in endeavoring to till the oideis which
me constantly pouring in.
FATAL C. P. R. WRECK
HEAD-ON    COLLISION    EAST   OF
UINNTPEG-FOnt   KILLED.
(Special i" the Herald l
A fatal wreck occurred on the main
line uf the C. P. R, about sn miles
east nf Winnipeg early yesterday
morning, when a slock train crushed
into the fast Imperial Limited, which
was westward bound.
Full particulars concerning the cat-
iislrnphe seem to he impossible tn
obtain at the present time, hul it is
known that one engineer and an express messenger were killed outright,
while iwo others have since died.
The terrible accident was caused by
an operator al Winnipeg giving the
conductor of lhe stuck train an incomplete order, The order read thai
the stock train had the righl nf way
uver all liains. But*, technically,
the order should have stated, " With
the exception of lirst class trains,"
which is always the rule.
HOW OLD IS ANN ? ?
This is an old question but it is not half as easy to work
out as the following "HOW LONG WILL MY WATCH
PUN IF IT IS NOT REPAIRED BY A RELIABLE
FIRM." All work done in our up-to-date watch repairing department is guaranteed. So don't worry, but bring your watch
and jewelry repairs to us.
Wm. F. Tate & Son, Ai™^ZA"A
Official Watch Inspectors Crows Nout Pass Division, 0.1\ H.
IXM VN PINED ONE nol,I.All FOR
KM,MM!   DICER
I'.'i  some nun- past  Indians,    said
to he 'he   st    Eugenes   new  Cranbrook,    have  heen    uill    nil    lhe hills
g deer. tliant Dowllngj
had some definite Informa-
might lead tn coil) iilioii,
■r McBrldu was wired    in
the mallei. He sent intn ihe police, and Con-
slnibh* C. A. Dow, who has been
around town the past lew days, oli-
tained clues that resulted in the arrest ul mi Indian hy the name of
Alex. Yesterday lie was brought before .Magistrate Armstrong aud charged with killing deer aud selling a
fawn.     lie pleaded guilty and    was
led $1,011 and costs.
In the interests of lawful sport and
game protection, we hope that the
next offender of this kind will not get
off so lightly. The Indians are lhc
greatest menace to tho Une game preserves of Fast Kootenay.
FOOTBALL
Town Team ti : L\ P. R. Simps 2.
The lasl league football game was
played before a good crowd on Tuesday evening. The Town team proved themselves worthy ol the title of
champions by going through the season without a defeat. Tbe game
played on Tuesday was as fine a
spectacle as could be witnessed in
tibia sport anywhere. Tbe winners
displayed good form and introduced
all the line points peculiar to a professional game. The Shops were
unfortunate in not having the services ol .laek Wright in goal, and
there is no doubt thai ihe score
would have been closer but for that
circumstance.
The teams lined up as follows :—
Town Team—Goal, Mooro- full
backs, S. Baldwin, Ldinonson, hall
backs, Captain Baldwin, Chalmers,
Worlidge, forwards, O'Neill, M, Hick
McLaren, Turnhuli, Ferguson,
C. P. R. Shops-Hacks, Wln-bHl
Sariell ; half backs, Boycs, Bathle,
Lung; forwards, Seville, Abbott,
Shauklanil, Brooks, Caldwell.
Last, hut not least, wc have satis-
tied customers, which i.s the best   advertisement fur a man in business.
Patmore Hros.
A good
for $1.75.
boy's-   watch   at Wilson's
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2 You Must
I Admit
I That
| You
:Want
| Fire
llnsurance
MOYIE MILL Hl'NNINO.
A, p. Stephenson, who has leased
the mill of lhe Moyie Lumber company, commenced operations last
week. Tliere are upwards of two
million feet of logs to be cut. The
capacity of the. mill is fiO.tltiO feet
per day. Between 20 aid :iu men
are employed.
STORES WILL CLOSE
)H     FOOTBALL   (1AME      WITH
FERNIE TO-MORROWi
Cranhrook, B. C, June 21, 1005
We, the undersigned, agree to close
our premises from one o'clock, p.m
until three o'clock p.m. nn Friday,
lhe 23rd day of June, ItlOiJ, in consideration of a football match between Fernie and Cranbrdbk :—
Hill    A Co.,   Wm.   F. Tate   A Son,
Cranbrook    Co-opcrativo    Stores        ^	
.1.1). McSwecn, Arnold A Roberts,!? —	
IT Mutehiaalrrf^'iielu'n'l R«l Estate and Insurance
SHOE
MAKING
15
A
SCIENCE
The first consideration is the leather, then the wcrk-
manship. and finally the style, shape, design. GEO. A.
SLATER has combined the best leather that the bt.it tanners
can produce, the best workmanship in the world and the very
latest styles consistent with comfort.
I I s K  ll K ti s. —
We placed a great big import order for crockery. We
bought it cheap, and we thought we had bought too much;
but you cannot buy too much in Cranbrook ii you buy right
and sell right.
Have you seen our new
DINNER SETS?
We can't tell you much about them — you must see
them. You will be surprised how cheaply we arc selling
them.
Money Back if Not Satisfied!
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Buy a Camera
And You Will
Never Lack Enjoyment
In the same cost there is nothing give will you
so much pleasure and delightful recreation as will the
purchase of a good Camera.
At a very reasonable price we can supply you
with a complete outfit from our large assortment of
Cameras and Photographers' supplies which will give
you entire satisfaction.
Hon
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
It is an expense *
we all have to bear
You  can  save 1
*
money and obtain *
perfect protection J,
by  placing your
Insurance with us
-WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
The most comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply for terms S. G. Hoadley, Cranbrook
; Arnold & Roberts s
A    Co.
Klwell, W. 11.   Wilson,  MeCalluui
A: Co., .1. 1). McBride
ley A    Co.,   Reid A Co.,     Fink
Bros.. Harris Bros,
1% 11 ii"*" S They always treat you right *
^as
cs anil the Remedy.
ir was considered good form
d thereby concealing the trap,
making it Inaccessible and offering a
place for the collection of tilth and
vermin.
If thli condition exists in your
household, let m remedy tlie trout
by in-stalling a snowy white
"tSta-mlanr Porcelain Enameled
Kitchen Sink. Our work is satisfactory and prices right.
ORE BROS
Heating and  V UalltiH   l-.'n TUE   CBA.NBR00K    HERALD
CRANBROOK  HERALD
By The Herald Publishing Company
Limited.
Kditor and Manager.
The Herald is Worth MO a year. It
costs only %'i No man in Smith
Kast Kootena) can altord to be without it, and evi i j one Ih ing onui.li- ol
lhe district, who is interestwl iu lhe
progress o|  this section, *io»ld read
it. 'it   publishes   ih.- news  while it   is
■     "     '    «lMi.i1ulplV      llV
DBF-third ni the populate
iiuiii
talcing a gla*
lit I
hootch
these   supplies   In British   Columbia    Whether you smoke or not, keep a
Stectlr or indirectly   hv **j&J*_ =   *« *£&
,s   slippl
iin- lumbering indusiiy
■ Now ii througti 'allure to ntspoae Missouri
0| ,1,,-ir production, ll became ueces-     N,,v,.,   attempt  lo
I   mills   to rlose'j,,,,, iu„.  ny means   ol
niniiss
cc   people
bulldozing
That   is
Rambinx   Reveries
tttliy stand ye here
Matt. 211: BO
There Is plenty to 4
BV A DREAMER.
II the iluy Idle
this
policy.  It
I      It's
. ivspapel thai
ilit- ,-,i,„„„„„i
l„,a
Ihu
the const   mill,
Zv,,   i-hat would be the result   soIwhisky license comnussiuu.     .*-• "jThere Is
"'_   I, r Manitoba larme.  Is   c„n-  »-,„..,. 1   stepped   Into II   wit*   both       ,„„.,
.  ,,'   '    ll,. «o«W suddenly Hnd Ms',,,.,. I Thorn are weeds lo pluck Iron, . g
profile market to .be West taken,   l4*>X£*r^£ "
,,„„. ,„.,,,„ to the markets to ,,,,,,,,,1, ,„ buck th, lwi.
„,, 5„utb is already barred hy the rt.ll then. I an. to let
Ll, larKI; Ms local market   won d   T  ,.,,.■       < '
««"• ii,oa! b"^,rv::.i!f v„„„„,	
.ecustomed to Casey Moran *
news
i     be
inrwa.   It  i- controlled absulutelj
the publisher.     So clique, part)
individual    dictates
don't try to please tli
desire is' to pnlihsh -
win be a eredll    ti
Send in   youi  subscription and
will be thankful evei alter ward.
Advertising rates (I pel Inch, single
column, pei mouth, no more and no
less.
Reading   matti i   15 n-ni    [i
lo imn advel i iscis .  Hi i eni    i
lo    regulai     advei tisei        Huslnc
locals five   cents pel   line each Insertion
II vou desire lo rei ch the people ol
Soulh East K.„in.a you musl advertise in Th<' II,i.,l.|
The lb laid has a Hrs! class job
plant, and its woik 11 ol lhe liest
The Herald don'l wanl eliaritj It
wants .i square ileal on youi job
work, li wh i',m i suit von In quality and price kick anil send your
work in some Cheap -John house in
the east ih.it never ■ i" nd a cent in
Cranbrook
[1,000 a Week
hatl Ini salt-, so lhat he woui
loreed to ii.-.u ihi- expense ol heavy
transportation charges on his produce lo bias tern Canadian points ot
to points beyond the sea-
It is ol lhe iii st importance,
therefore, to the Western farmer,
these th.se British Columbia markets
should tie preserved, and he has it in
his powei io assist very matcriall)
in thru preservation by demanding
that he in- supplied entirely wuii
Canadian lumbei
11 A crisis iu the Buiish Columbia
s,iw milling Industry is now at hand !
den
I'll,!
slums
shoe-
nl nt  litem
i.ii.h    iv.-i
I here
SCHOOL NEWS
lhe
une or two mills are
heady in   tue;
mug, Stahl's *
ley's eas> mannered, poln
an.l Did   Wesloii s   i.uly
siting
(>n 'he whole, you will like Dawson;
bui   kiv'i \..iii   optica peelrl  when sil
ting in with—well, si-\
are olllelals, hm Ihey
overestimate   lhc   value ol a   small
pal)
Moping you will nol make ihe same
mess ni it I di.I, thai vmi will not
ball things up hy taking lhe advice ol
a low   lii.ikeiii.ini   politicians   instead
ot   United
lower   than
—j
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ii,a   I.y advert.*.'!* ul  ",.y
Tlio llt-ral.l iiIv.-h a .lolUu
uy.   The nilvci-tisei luu, the
right ,,, know wlmt he ia
receiving   ,'•"'  lit"   """"'!'■
Tho Herald   1"  "'"'   I11'!"'1'
that court" llivcsliligullon.
9*t**g¥i'tf'Jy%*t***'t*
harassed through having to stock up
theii low glade lumbei The natural
market, in tact the only market, tor
i.tleiial is lo be iDUhd Hi Ul'1
' sections. This market is
now being gradually destroyed
through ilu- dumping
stales lumber at a prlci
that which the coast millers have tt
pay (or logs. In 1903, ten per cent
I the lumber used by Manitoba and
tho Territories eame from the Utilled
Slates. Last year, ihis percentage
doubled. The Canadian miller
nly asking im the same prelection ni bis home market thai lhe
United Stales millet: enjoys in his.
Whether he survives the crisis or
whet her he goes down under ihe
sweeping tide ol impoi ts depends
upon the answer ol lhe ((overmuch!
to his presenl petition."
in *n
1KB
-I'
ll.
The Canada \
cttssing the liiinhi
to say ;-
" The lumbermen ol Urltlsh Columbia aro agitating Ioi n dun of 52.00
per thousand on rough lumber, ami 30
eent.s per thousand on shingles, In
Iheir efforts lo secure Uns protection, Ihey have received the smypalhy
and support of lumbering Interests in
every par! ol ilu Dominion, Recognizing the urgent necessities ol the
case, the- press generally have adopt"
ed a mnsi favorable view, ami 'here
can he no doubt lint ii the Government al Ottawa wen- to meet the
wishes of lln- British Columbia mil-
ins, their action would have the approval of the public at large.
" It is a matter, ol regret, therefore, lhat certain influential papers in
Manitoba and the Northwest are
still maintaining a vigorous opposition io Lho proposed tariff. This opposition is based upon the assumption that with sue h a tariff in effect,
the price of lumber to ihe ci
would   bo   Increased   bj    the   exact
amount    ol   tllG    duly. Nn    une,   o
course, will wish In belittle lho nd
vantages ol cheap lumber to nn agri
cultural community, hut  the qiiesttoi
settlei
may well b
has the In
benefited lln
Northwest?
" The manufadiii
not   sell   dim I.    in
to th.' middleman,
middleman buj s
market. Dm me. tli
bought iu the
twenty per cent,
the  I mini    Stales
Ti.
talii
what extent
i   ol lumbei
In- I'tniadia
ei  oi imnbei  does
the consume)   but
Naturally    the
in   the   cheapest
G     past    yeai      li
neighbor!) I     ,
.[ his slock   Iroi
lumberman at
price, say,
lhe .st.uiii.it
pel thousand less thai
nl list price of Un' Canad
Ian manufacturer Was he phi I an
Miiopic enough lo give the struggling
sobtlor the hm, nt ol Uns '    Possibly
had  the   voli 1 foreign purclu
ht-rn larger, hr might have been c
pelliil i" do so. itm with eighty
cent, ol the homo c. n umptloii still
.supplied li-,' th,' Canadian mantifaelui
er, il was quite unliei ea ary for Inn
to make any such sacrlllce, bo lhat
the free Importation ol l lifted States
lumber, instead nf benefiting ihe i
Her, simply   enables  Un*   middlei
to  make  an   additional   prolit   out
him.
" But assuming for tho moment
ihat the predictions nf those who op-
pose the duly on lumber were fulfilled, antl that the ensl io the consumer
were Increased by $2 00 a thousand,
tliere are still good sound business
reasons which would justify the sett
ler making the additional outlay. II.
would he more than compensated foi
the trilling expense hy the permaiicni
ami increased market whieh he would
secure for his produce. He already
enjoys the gome market, though he
may not appreciate Us value. He
knows, howovcr, that, thanks lo the
duty on butter, eggs, hams and
bacon, all produce 'if this kind whieh
he has to dispose of finds a ready
sale in British Columbia. This same
province buys from eight y-live to
ninety per eenl. of iis Hour from lhe
Northwest ; also Immense quantities
of bay, oats, horses and beef.     Fully
wn   judgment
hd, becomi
Me   nn.l Clolt '
Ulir  ni   i«u  iiiiiit  «..    -	
1i.in.ls ..I iht* Sheriff.   Halt a doien ot n' flying   H"   1'otii   own   juug-iu-u-.,
tho largest   plants have been   closed   ,lial  >'»" will not, ns I did, become
np and a laieiakri  placed in charge
Scores ol others are running on hatful all  ale    molt- ol    h-ss     t-ln
lhe Hovers;
lii.ie   arc   fields to   si
fields lo leap .
Thero  are   vineyards i
mountain Steep ,
There ate roses to plant, and thistles
lo fell ;
And homes to. be rescued
and dell ,
There are pom  to he led, there   are
children to teach,
And a message »>t love ami
io preach ;
The talleu   lo Ml,  and sell pndi
abase ,
Vnd every one fttted to stand In ins
l,ldCP ■ . .     ,    i
There are souls lo be saved by   land
and by sea ,—
There's work in great plenty lor ymi
and lot nie.
hillsid.
of  mei
The closing exercises nt tho public
schools wero held this morning, No
formal program was offered howev
The following are Ihe winners oi the
honor rolls present wl by the K.lm.i
iimi Department  at  Victoria
Division 1 —Proficiency, hint,'nee
Welsh ; deportment, \unie Tlsdalo .
punctuality    an,I   regularity,   Tamils
Held
Division 3.—Proficiency, Charlie \i«
Cowan . deportment, Dalsj MeCal
lum . puuciii.ilit. and regular!t)
Cecil Jeffares
Division S.-Proficlency,  Rulh  Hal
leu i,   iiivson   I'intiiss
id    regularity,  Cli
vcy .   deport
punctuality
Morrison.
Division
Landry ; d.-p-
Imbued  with    u
idea.   I   Will Close Iol   tills  Uini'
P s -li the dog harness uu- nol
hanglug on a peg In the woodshed,
haw* a search warrant issued tor Tom
Chlsholm'a premises.
OOOI) APVUiv
K, .1. White, w riling in " Tin
Stroller's " column ol the Whiti
Horse (N.T.) Evening Star, suggests
Hu- following amusing form of letter
advice from e<--Commissioner
Congdon to the new head ol affairs
n the Yukon, W W. H, Mclnnls :
Fishbone, Nova Scotia, May Hfltli
1DU5. Mr. w. W. B- Mclnnls:
Dear Sir,—I reach across the con
Uncut to shake your baud and congratulate ynu nn your appointment lo
uld job. and while holding your
hand will lead you lo a quiet nook
around lhe corner for the purpose of
a heart-to-heart talk in order thai
you may profit by my experience.
Government House at Dawson has
uui been occupied since 1 moved out.
You should find a half used bar oi
map in the bathroom unless it got
nto the campaign or some of thi'
gang bas stolen it.
The last lime 1 saw the cistern
pule, the Davis boys wero playing
horse with it. The place lor it is
leaning against the woodshed.
In case the chimney tlue does nol
draw w'cllMlie"chiuiiii'y swab IS stop
ping a broken window in the servants' quarters in the attic.
ll lho draft III the hall causes you
in sneeze, cluse the transom and open
a bottle of Scotch.
lu the event of your needing the
government diamond drills, one oi
tltciii is lying on tbe wharf at While
Horse, where it bas been loi 20
months, and Temple is wearing the
oilier one fm a hat pin.
Profit by my mistake in selecting
confidential advisers. 1 raked the
cinders of hell with a Hue tooth comb
fur mine, which explains the lad
that   I aln now out of a job.
If you ever want to run for pal
liaitieiit in ihe Yukon, don't permit a
lew cheap ska les to manage your
campaign. I made that mistake,
and allei ihe election 1 was dug out
by a rotary snowptow.
Never try to carpet the country
wiih iahs. The snow may cover
them, but everybody lu Yukon will
have to be gagged before they will
qui! talking about it.
When you make a promise, keep It,
even if ymir doing so causes the
heavens   in fall, but it won't.     The
old   saying,  " The   1 |    lovolll    a
cheerful    llur,"   does     apply    in
Yukon
Vnu won't be in Dawson half an
Iiom before you will have udviee
handed to you in chunks—concentrated advice, evaporated advice, elongated advice, condensed advice, special-
ly-prepaied-fur-the-Kloiiililie advice,
all kinds uf advice, hut pay no attention to any of it. The best of them
will quit rowing when they get yoll
In the tide rips.
II the bank boys at the messhouso
next door have an occasional birthday party, pass It up as au early
day relic. They used to have one
every night.
If Chief Isaac leads a delegation of
III nr 5*1 fish-scented suns and daught
ers of the forest into your office some
day, don't think you are about to
be scalped. They only want to know
when the government will issue
rations.
Always lie ready to receive a delegation of " distinguished citizens."
A.s a rule their business don't amount
tu much, hut they like to butt in and
sit In your easy chairs.
When on a I rip up the creeks, eat
pie with a knife, say " goldurn "
and above all don't make a face when
MAN KATINO OR1ZZLY BEAR.
(Irand Forks, Julio lit—There   has
been   quite   a   sensation  up i
north   fork   nf   Kettle   I
few days over Un* appei
monster grizzly lie,
robbing    lhe    vat I
available provisions,
Max  Kuui/.,  an   uld   time prospec
tot  in ihis section, who hns just   re~
ii-d from a trip tn Franklin camp,
u Interview lasl evening said :—
1 encountered  the largest gti/zK
I   e\i l   saw   in  my   life the
on   lhe    east   link     nf   the
heal was fully ten
(eel in length, and made a Hack HI
inches long. 1 was on tool when 1
saw ihe bent but no' far Irom ni)
team, the heat came alter me on the
run, win u 1 succeeded iu reaching my
wagon and drove off. ' ' '""
Franklin camp yeste:
lalk of organizing a s
to hunt Hu* beat' down
can learn Ihe giiz/tj
imm paler, as ho hat
chased several prosper*
luwiy escaped dealli."
lu
in
heal
dny
river
Un-
tlie    lasl
ice of     !'
which has   been
cabins uf    all
othei
north
When  I    lefl
ay there was
uehiiig party
Frum all 1
La if   ho
grave
shadows from   iht'
Oui fathers and mothers need all
the klpdness and sympathy we can
ever give litem.      It dues not   only
i-uth
win
FIRE IN ROSSLAND.
Rnssland. June 20.—Al 1.20 o'clock
this morning fire was discovered
breaking out through ihe roof ol a
rame Imilillug on Spok-
nth oi Columbia avenue.
d north io the
il hy P, Hums
he corner   of  Columbia
two-storey
anc street
The llamcs soon spr
large building oecupi
&    Vo
avenue and Spokane s
The occupants nl th
of this latter stiuctui
ployees ol P.'Buni
B. C. market
Heel.
ppei pui ti.m
vei'e the eni-
\ i'n. and ol the
They were sunn cut
off frum escape hy the hack stairway
whicli was filled wiih llaine and
smoke. They threw out of tbo whitlows their must valuable possessions
and then made their way to the
ground hy means of lopes of blankets
uml comforters. Tho fire iu both
bulhlliigH was soon suppressed, The
upper portion ol ihe Burns' building
was completely gutted, while the
lower portion escaped with but llltli
more than a drenching.
The luss i.s al t $3,000 which    i:
fully    insured.       The   buildings     an
owned hy ihe Bank uf Montreal.
A WARDNER WEDDING.
The Central hotel at Wardner was
fixed up iu gala array last Saturday
evening, when Mrs. Sarah Havill, of
Thompson Falls, Mont . and Otto
Wlsner, ol Wardner, were united in
marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. P. Woatinan, of
Cranbrook, in tho presence of a large
number of invited guests. Miss Ethel
Peverelli   acted  as  bridesmaid    ami
BiKlj.eahy officiated  as best   man
The bride was given away by .tohn
Ryan, proprietor of lho Central
After the ceremony, a sumptuous
suppei was partaken of, toasts proposed, nnd afterwards an enjoyable
dance wound np the celebration ol
the happy evenl
The following gnosis from Crnn
brook were present Mrs, Flowers,
Mrs. lie.iiv, Ml s Peverelli, Miss
Clvne, c Vealnlle, llml and Pal
Leahy, \\   O'llearn nnd S   Hayes
The hint.' was ih,- reclpii ul ol many
handsome presinls Mi and Mrs.
Wlsiict will mai.,. Waidliel Ihell
bom p.
make the children blighter, but the
older beads, whose lucks are while
from the snows of many winters, are
In sore need ol kind words. Perhaps
they have long ago laid all. or m°st
all, ol their loved ones to rest, and
their burden seems greater than they
can hear. How a word of sympathy
and kindness helps them I There is
enough of gloom in this world Without adding mure by unkind words and
actions. Let us not so unheedlpgly
permit opportunities lor carrying
sunshine into the lives of those we
love pass by. A word of cheer to a
snuggling Soul is worth mure than
all   the  roses   we  could   scatter   on
then casket Cover. A welcome, a
smile, a cheery " well done," an affectionate look, will cause \\ fill lo
break in the clouds and permit lhe
sunshine of Uie lo gladden lhe passing day of those we love. Let us
try faithfully lo throw the wealth of
affection about our loved ones who
fighting the stern battles of life.
Let us scatter otu love broadcast
and pluck out all the thorns we cap,
and surely ami pcrlalnly will oui
Falliei say " well done."
3,000 PRISONERS,
(Her three thousand Russians arc
now prisoners if war- Each one is
some mother's darling boy. How they
now doubtless long for the home of
theii childhood. How many hearts in
seasons of trouble have longed for the
scenes of an Innocent childhood ! A
conscience burdened with crime will,
in calmer moments, cleave to the
rich fragrance of earlier days when
(he sun shone so brightly and lhe
birds sang so sweetly and when lhe
Utile troubles could he washed away
with childish tears or the blissful
caress of a tender, loving mother.
" O, days of my childhood, will they
nu more return lo cool this burning
bosom with the breath of peace!"
Such has been ihe wail of many
breaking hearts and the echoes will
reverberate through the World so long
as " life has passion." This is the
dismal cry that will render the sweet
lest sung of birds a series of discordant sounds. Even Into the dark and
gloomy prison cell will occasionally
lie Wafted the fragrance of the flowers
nf childhood and a holy desire will
steal into the he-art and give a moment's sweet peace, a tasie of
heaven. It is whin the sweet and
cooling springs of* childhood have
been pointed hy the passions of the
flesh that we realize our thirst and
strive in vain to quench it. We
dream of innocent childhood, and
through lhe darkness of a misspent
life, we see the angel smile of mother
and feel upon our lips the breath of
a loving kiss, we lisp our evening
prayer and receive a mother's benediction as we lay our tired body
upon the snowy couch smoothed by a
loving hand—what bliss, but what an
awakening | Wc awake to tread our
weary way to the gallows, to jail or
to ihe haunts of vice and mingle our
wuii ol woe with the wail of the multitude, and the procession is ceaseless, though some pass by the way of
llie cross and leave a burden, the accumulation of years, thus renewing
11 toi I youth in the beautiful Sunlight
land that lies between the innocence
nf childhood and the purity of heaven
on the highway to eternity.
■I -I ieiiney,     M;i
lortment, Marguerite ll.i
ii.ill!'       and     ur.iil.il i1
Marcus Hen
Division S -Prollc v. ll.i/.i   1
hn , deportment, Orvlllo ii ipai
punctuality   and   regularity,    Lo
Leask.
SCHOOL BENEFIT CONCERT
This evening a school concert   ui
he held  in  ihe Wentworth hall
very excollcjil program will bo diced.    The object ui tho coneerl is
veiy commendablo one, namely,
help the trustees to pay oil some i
tne debts ihey i.we contracted   tin
ing the past eighteen months.   Eve
assistance  should   he  given   to     Lhi
worthy object.
ANNTAL    SCHOOL   MEETINC1
No notice has been issue
calling for lhe holding of the annual
school meeting, This meeting is
supposed io he held, according to the
School Act, on the last Saturday In
June, for thr election of a new school
trustee, notice ol such meeting to be
given ten days beforehand, Has tlu-
matter escaped lhe notice ni the
Education  Department   or  the   Uus
FOOTBALL BANfJCET
When    lhe   Fernie   football    team
comes   here   to-morrow     to eoniest
wiih  a  picked  eleven of   tills cily   lot
the supremacy in Juggling the Inflated pigskin, they will be welcomed
in " royal " style. A recrptlon
committee will meet Ihem ul the
station and escort them in ihe famous hospitality of lho Craiibrook
hotel. That night a swell banquet
has been arranged for at the Cranbrook, to which the players and the
officers of lhe Association have been
Invited, The affair is given hy the
business men of the towu who are
connected with tho IDOfi Cranbrook
Football Association as officers. A
splendid program is iu course of
preparation, und it is dollars to
doughnuts Uial a rare, good time is
lu store.
For Warmer Days.
There are Fit-Reform garments fur
(mix  uliiui  of the  llicniioiuctt-r.
Pit -nt v of tliin iliinys fur sweltering
weather.
RAILWAY N0IES
Miss Huns,',,, sisif, ol I'. Hansen,
hrfttgu unit hulhlliig department, went
It, I'altnimlol, on Siiii.luy for a |ll'„
IraetiHl visit.
Kiiltlnect .1   II   fuslnkc nnil tninll!
nre  visiting nl   N.iiiai   .,,.,1     ull,.,
,-i.a.sl   I'llias.
Ileit lli.s,, eai repairer, lias been
transferred to ilu- position ..I <-.,,
foreman „t  siniu,   temporarily.
lal. l.uws,,,,, recently »>i Winni|irg,
has jollied tl,,' superintendent's accounting siulT.
I. Wright, car repairer, has I,.-.-,
transferred to Sirdar.
il. I.liiilgulst, I,., a long lime sec
lion foreman at ttranhrook, is moving his family to vYoluskiwIn, win','.
he will resume duly with the com
|iaii)*, in a lil,,' capacity.
Conductor A, C. C'hoqiietti, is pa)
in,; a visit to liis relatives ,,i New
p,,ii, Vermont.
Miss I.. VVitssnlt, ,,f Toronto, slslel
,,f r.iiuluct,,, WnsHoti, is coining t,
Cranhrook t.i reside,
Knglisli Flannels—"West of
England" Serges, guaranteed fadeless
real Scotch Tweeds   aud   genuine
lir li 1 louiespuni
Light and casj    dressj  and eotufort"
Mc"  and C< IOL.
$15, $t8, $io, up t" *".,"•
nt** '-i-".     #^%     ^H»__£
A-~-S'i;l
^-:.^'_•-L>,''
  The on)** fit-Rilor- Wardiobe here ll at
REID & COMPANY  .   .  CRANttWOOK.
I      A Inrge consignment of
J Spanish Wines
|      Port and
!     Sherry...
I'ASS I'O.M, MINKS PAYROLL.
Pernio, June Ul.—Tho following is
ihe payroll [„i the different mines ol
lhe Crows Nest Pass Coal company
lur May, paid on Saturday :—
Coal Creek  I 01,012.311
Michel    4:1,9711.1111
Carbonado    18,031.06
FIRST FLOWKR SHOW.
The  flt'Sl   flOWCI   sl,",'.   aval   all.a.
I'd iii British Ciiliiiiilu.,, uii! .1.1.-
Vii-ti.iia cily will he .. special
lure ol the lliuniniunMl.iy  a-la,,.,,
in Nelsi.i, this year.    The ,- iii
having the show in charge is , ,.,,lc
„l Fred Starkey, chairman; CI.
Buchanan, ,,l Kasl,,; T. O. t'roci
Kretl Irvine nnd A. I), limoiy. K,
gnoil prizes are offered.
A. I.. McDERMOT
vVli.il.sal. Win.., Liquor, and liitars
CRANBKOuk. B. C.
t>.t^f>^999.9999,99i9.^9^il9^9^t9
I When You Buy Liquor
| Buy the Best =
MX Wo mv in receipt of nu invoice from the Royal distil-
gg uiv.   It is pure, 1ms the age, mid from u medicinal point m
S§! ust thu titnu.   We sell everything in the liquor and cigar
|l inc. 'BIB
1
A. C. BOWNESS
O
% Wholesale Dealer in Liquors anil Cigars X'
"Who's Your Tailor?" $
ST. EUGENE KEEPS I P.
The output ,,[ the St. Eugene mine
lot the month ,,l May was 3,500 tons
of concentrates, This is the second
largest run fur the mill, eon,ing close
to March, when lhe record run of
3,"Ilu tons was made.
Tola!
H23,053.01
STOCK QUOTATIONS I
Furnished hy   lleale St Elwell, Brokers, Cranhrook.
War   Scrip    {150.00
Nurlh Star    06
Sullivan  00
St. Eugene    'HI
Ramhlcr Cariboo  '*
Western Oil & Coal  HO
International Coal & Coke 25
Sales :—St. Kugene, 5011;   Sullivan,
2511 ; War Scrip,  1.
A LECKIE
BOOT
FOR   BOYS
is n uri-nt boot for tlmt "liur-
iiiii-st'iiriiin" sou ol' youra.
ll Is mado oC nil leather and
Ilia best „( findings, to stand
hard knocks.
Yi't il is n graceful bout,
too, ns boy's hoots go,
.lltsl IIS W, 11 lllllllll llllll ot us
honost lenthor ns our men's
I slots.
Tell your bIiog denier llinl
you want "THK LECKIE
BI X IT" nml look tor tlio trade
murk uu tl,,' solo.
MANUFACIUItED BV
J. Leckie Co., w.
VANCOUVER,    -    B.   C.
T
':*       If vou buv a suit at n bargain price, It will liu miulu In bargain a, via. V
V Tlia principal coal ..i „ sni,.,( dollies i- ilia "workmanship " *!*
.1,       Tliere nru poor tailor, ami gu.i.1 lull,,™ cheap tailors and high piieeil ,1,
A tiillois,    Thin-lira l„ti,l liv llie pi , l,v iliniluv oi In-tliu work, .'.
i.       "Whun. liulu Is ulve,., theie is Iiul,, ,v.|uiie.l," uml when von  Inly .'.
•:• ciiiii,,... v.,,i n.i,aii,-,..', „i".„, wliiii, iiv,'..,. •:•
♦        li vim ,„-,• I,..!,,„_ f..,'._.i...| I'lnllies, I,,,- verv lil,I.' llionev, vou "ill lie -J-
'J* ver lind ll,,,,,,.   If vou want l„ wen' chillia I'luil „>■„  niiule 'Ior vou  In '!*
V _ I ,a,l.a-. ... ,li.,', v.„,   uill   I    well  .1, I as  anv min   vi ,„. V
... inci'l aial urn willing 1" im, ?_.,..*'.. [or n soil ... ovinviiul, cull aial -,'.■ X
:| HcSweyn,  The   Leading   Tailor :|:
| Cranbrook
!! Hotel s S
(in..is Comfort a Specially
liond Stahllnn in Cunnecliiin
Nfiiieit, t.. rullt'.H.l ft,nl depot.    It„f arcoiiillimla
tluiia lor ttie public uneqtiHlled lu Craubiouk,
Hul and t',,1,1 llallis
Hoggartli & Rollins':
 Proprleloii     ||
.H-I-H-1-H-I-H-I-I-H-I-H-I-W-I--I-H-I-I-H-I-H-I-H-I-H-H-H-
MARYSmii LEADINfl DRV GOODS STORE
I   llllll'  III   |,I'.'S.'„I  ,',   t',,11   |,| I
MEN'S AND LADIES' GOODS
ital liili'tiil t.. .<,i,iv mi .-I i lliin..: in llii,, llm'. iilimt; uitl, I'AIIM
jl MEDICINB, STATIONERY mid FANCY WAKB.   (ii,  n
nil nml be .'Miniiiri'il thnt it is nut ni'i'i'sunry to tiiiul to I'jilou'a
I't'i'iiiilii'iioli fur iniytliliig in ilu' I'iy (Joods li,,,'.
E. SPROULE,   -    -    Marysville j
•I-W-I--H-H-H-W-I-l--H-I-W-W--I--W-H-I-H-H^^
»••»
4
\ B C. Livery and  Feed  Stables j
Firsl elnas lii^s. Biifo and stylish teams, Drivers
mul  puck horses for nny point in tho district.
Blacksmith and Woodwork Shop
Same old stand opposite slnlion
DEZALL   BROTHERS
•.«••«■« THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOI.U.MK   H.
I  ItAMtltOOK,    mtlTISH   UOl.tMltlA,   TlirilSDAY,   JVSK   98.    Itt05.
M'MltKll   13
MINERAL ACT.
(Kolni F.)
CERTlI'ICATE OK IMI'llllVK-
MENTS.
SAVE TIME.
Al L HI: TIME
in   r.-tso
GREAT
NORTHERN
RAILWAY
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Crartlirimk  I'resbyierian Church.
SiiMi
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I In {.uii i, i.i- UunlL
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MAMMOTH  MINERAL CLAIM
Situate in tin' Port Steels Mining
Division ol llii'   K-i.st  KooU'iiuy Uiv
tint.
l.(H'Utill   Ull    Lllkl'    ('till..
Take iiutii't* llut I, Thou, T Mc-
Vim.', k. M. ('. liT.tviu, audi I im .1
T. Laidlaw,   F,   M     ('    No   (3131,
Jas.   Angus,     I".     M,   ('.   I.i.'. Hi,    Un
Tarrant, F. M, V, Idfilid, mul .lu i ,\
Harvey, F  M  C. 43,650, Inteiul Hxl)
days [rum tin- ilate liertul lo appi) lo
tlit* Mining Hill-nil i (oi ,i t'liitillnite!
ul liii|uuu-iii-.-ii!'.   foi   tin* pltrpu r ni  Hahue nml Iniirlsi Sleepers, Itnlti-i   tlarar)
oliLniiing it I't'uWll titan I ol llie i.liovu   <«r\  Mniliiii   Ih)   .nm.*■••■..   Diitliig   Cars,
i Lun..   .iii.l   furtliei   i.il.i-   iiiiini-   i
niliuii uii'1,-1 Sn iii.ii ::, musl tn- i
itu-iii'iit hftnif ilu-    issuance ni
Craiibriiuk  Hetbodfil Churdi
uut >nu t uuli Street
l-priii. r  i.l   Ilnii
[Bu'.di.j •i.-i'vi,,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL. S
How sweet the tender grass to viev
Tliat on tliL bank li gi owing,
p_.uui.i_i.ly -u if you
Pan i bane l" do Uie mowing
Liiiaimat'il qtitte we flow the lawn
When   I ile -   spring   Hood i   brim
mni;,
Hut, oh, how frequent at dawn
Iti whtikett do inv.l trimming
Klk
Til
si:ati 11:, rocoriA
\M<   .1.1. I' .ill li    I'lilM's
Si. iJnul, Chicago, N«w Vork
AMI \l I. l'i n \ i - I V! I
yi.st.-r
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I.u,lum,,r
-i-rlifloalt-
iLitnl ilns Mh day i>l May, Iftikl.
7 '.n Tims. T. MeVillie,
Agenl
l.AM) I'l Kl-IIASK.
Take nolleo ihat. two months filler
il.iii' We intend making application to
the t'liit-t I'ominissioiifi oi I.units .unl
Works lot permission to putcliase tlie
following described land lu South
East Koolenay District:
Commencing at ilu- nor Uuv est cornet nt I.i.i 02*1.1, a. I, K. 1) , running
thence hn chains west, lln nee in
chains (iiuiii, (hence so chains cast,
thence 40 chains south  to lbe point
III    L'tllllltlt III t'llll'llt.
The Wattsburg Lumber Co., Ltd.,
it-tlt A, I-;. Wails, Agent.
Wattsburg, May .),  1805.
NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that (in law
after date 1 will apply to tho Chiel
Comtulssiouei ol Lands ami Works for
permission in purchase lhe folio ving
described lumi In South Kasl Kou•.-.••
nay:
Commencing   at   a   post    planted
where ihe east boundary oi Lot ,'in
crosses the southern uoumlary ol tli
Crows Nest    Pass   railw.iv,     then
south id chains, more or less, lo 'li
Moyie  liver;   thence  northerly  aloi
the Moyie river to the right ol wu,
of the said railway; thence along ihe
said right of way in a northwests!
direction to tbe place of commune.
ment.
18th April, isu5.
S-9t Thos. Caven,
II. II. McVittie, Agon
;Mf*iis n tu Curie.
BEST URALS O.N WHIililS
** Bast and West Daily L
Special excursion rale* lo World's Pair, St.
Louis.     Vmir thulco ul ruule.
Por iiiti'H, fnki^Tiiml hill iiifui iintliiii)
reguuliiig trim*, call nl Iretis
S. (i, ^ KHKKS, II. I! IN 01"
<l    «    I'.   \, i'   I'. A   P.  A
Su-ltllu ?(1| W. Klvumhlu  Vv,-
Wash. S(»ukiuio. Wash,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
IV,rtl.. I'm., i Ma,,,,,,,,
Cranbrook H.aii.i Chui.h.
illiiWlllg in a Iih,  ..I III. 1..1,
'•aiei.
T,  M.  Holieits n_s 1
1 \ ' "    day ul, husj,it-is
i ii" *  ■'       Mt    Ilia' 1   Vi,'!...
.1 I'brlaUiui  uhiMiun   ,,, ,i„-    n.,i,i.
.tail
II    llairls,   a  N,-l 1.11
ill   lllllll   ll-Sll-l'i.l,    ,,Ii   In,   Hat     tO   It,
AI.Ul Slillr small, I
Mis N„i,a, v.,.,, haa been icitu,
uut, .Mis w .siuciiiii, 1.1 iiriiid .\|__
d.iv ,,, I,., home in SlucLeod.
John Siuiiii.ii inn is iiu.-i, 11,,111 Mac
Ia,„l, where he has been luuklug an
tl. Kinuey, ol Loco, was in    town
Pridai
IV    Knlsylli    was    J,,wii  liuin   Klln-
jlMfiley Kliday.
;    c.  M.   Sniiil,,-i,(  ttjiiliu'i.    ip.nl
Mi,!, lay ur tins ertj
n   jlcDoiigul and .1   V   Smith,   ol
llatyavllle, ».n- lure Monday.
A,   ,1.   Mil'.,II   WM   ll.   I..HI.   yrat.-l-
.lay lioiu lou Steele .luiiiie.n
I     /.,u,l„e,,„.„,   aad    It.   II       Malls
WU,'  II.   I..V.I,   1 i,Ja,   in,,,,   U.a.i
Oucge,   uf   hi,iel Ian,.'    .it
tit,  Was II, tin- en i   yest, i-
P.st.il
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er the .
Have
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Col tim bin ii Collexc
N.w lli-slnilu.l.r H. ..
Inifirporitu-d Wl
uie that i>
,e.sl,fi lerian
ght '
An hie Can
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an,     lean
ruiiiu_*up
I,,-.,,,I   ah
,   ,,, I,.- .
church a
a, In. lunch,
mt   'la     good
i lap .it    ih,
•\,   Thursday
uiu
Il-ri)  Ci.vk
d.„
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touch   i.i   i
Weal.
N   Ham	
llea.^,1 luui'.
this   Wrt'l.
Dairy huitct   ,„ iu:
per lb.      Prim 85c.
11   and   _s th. boxes
llo^vis.
A local
ion,   eiiRiii.c
.I..1.1. .Mun;
iht',    week
'■Mm,.
udm
,,Wu1. i
s ..I
Hu. „ |,r«|..
for jutilnr aluiiculB, doing i-r„
I.....I work,   I'.... lllgl,scliuul
nil tlinliS,li,,„l|,i'iul„B,.,, _|„|
-a,'tii-r.i-\iiuiii,i,li„ns TeiichiH
ui ii fll.tl'TH'Al. IIU.IA'KSS
lii.aa .li|.l,IUlll».    (lll'M  li  lil-
nu.iitl.s'   vacation    ,,.
■St.
'..II,.,
i Ilia I.ii.llasl'rill.'i
»lur M.K.I,
I M. I.,  t.    in  l,„iv„,'si,.v work um lull'
nuuil, Ihaaiilul'lat.'   An. i-oui-.a,
LAND NOTICE.
Take iiotice that sixty days alter
date 1 Intend to apply to the .-'hief
I'uuunissiou.r ot Lands and Works
permission to purchase the following
described land:
Beginning at the northeast cornel
ol Lot U03, O. 1, Kootenay district,
thence north 20 chains, thence vest
HP chains; thence south 20 chains;
theme east Hi, chains io place ol beginning, cinitaimiiR inn acics
Dated May I Ith. ltms.
8-9t J. E. It. Laidlaw
DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given lhat we, the
undersigned, have dissolved the pari
lu'tship heretofore earned on by i.s m
Cranbrook as brickmakers and nrlnk-
layeis under the him untile and ftylo
,il Taylor and Mavis, as am! Irom ilu-
2IHI, day ol May, A   II    1008
Alt accounts due tile linn shall ho
payable lo .1   E  Haws
d.iiid nt Crnnbrook the Uuth Ini ul
.M,,i, inns i„ ii
(1   1!   f    Tajh'i,
J,    U     II.IUM
MM 1,1    Tl, CH. 1'1'l'IHiS
i'.,i.c i,..iuc that .ill creditors .a
llie isi.ur ,a the trie 1 , m.i s.„, ,a
< l.,l,l,,,,,.l,. .,,,' i, culled i.a ,,i licliile
ilu- Ji.th dal ui .Im..-.  IHI.5, ',    .end
I,,   Hit- -   lindelsigll. <l  a   s,a,<-..„-,:,     ,,,
ttieli  ..i-i,an, colllalnliig lull pal	
la is i, ,,i.,,i i,, allldaiii, and ,. urc
ul N.iuiiti, ,i an), held I.,   it,
t„.l   lake   ,i,,iii-i-   Ihal   .1,1. I    Ilia -.,,.,
21111, duj',,1  .lune,   IHU.',,   ,!„■ cv,"  ■
Miall proceed In it Is) t limit- the .--
iai.-,    Ipttliig    regard    only    to  (hr
l lllltlis ut   Whicl,   111.-)    lllCJI   ll.ll,-    a,,a,
und shall mil in- liable Ioi lhc ■■-,..,,-
,,, nu) pal, ,ia nn, lo ut) pels,,,, .a
wlnwe claim ila-i    hall nol hau
a a  brlote  ,l„-  llllll' nl ,l,-,l ,1a.m..,,
|i.n.'.l .,,  Cra, ,  Ihis  .911, ,la,
.,,  May,   lOOS
ll.,,,,! ,i   McCarter,
nl Cunt ',,
', li Solic s I,a   I.i,, n
NOTICK
Notice   is   llt'lohy   HIV I'll   it,,,t     Iwo
,,„,,,lb. uiiai  ilie in .,  piihllcallun ui
tin.  ui.llii'   I   ml.n.l   I., iiplilt   lu    Ilu-
I iiliillllss|..|iil      ,i|     |.an,|.     nnl   IVlll   a
lul   pClllliSkiull   I,, pill. Iiasa   lhe lllllllll
lilg   dl sil lliisl   I.lla,
I'linuiieiiciiig at ,i |nist plan led   al
111,-   sniltlicst  Ci'lU'l   ,11   .lllllll   Mull's
puicliase, I.,,i 71108, neat Elko, B, ''.,
llience uorih m chaina, tlicnce east 80
, li.iu,s. tlu-n.-e sou III in chains, ihence
weal along lhe norlh tine ol Lot "-.'
and l.ut a,Ml an.l lallway In point ul
ciuiunenccnicnt.
Uateil April l«. HOB.
I 'it lloglna Mult.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that, llll days
Irom date, I will apply '„ tho llun-
tnahlo the Chlel Commissioner ot
Lands and Works lui permission to
puiclusc ab.,,,1 sn acres ut land commencing at the northeast corner ut lot
2044, group one, Kootenay division,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
411 chains, thence soulh 211 chains,
thence east tu point ol commencement.
fl-nt Clyde V. Downing.
Dated this .'ill, day ol May. I'J":'.
Low
Return
Rates
Portland, Oregon
Exhibition
CRANBROOK
$27.00
'.Hi DAY LIMIT
VIA VANCOUVtR,
VICTORIA
CcirrvUponiliiig rates from all K.,.,i
el,:,)  puilltS
for lull imriiciilnis. lirst ulnssor
tourist s1i',']mt reservations, appi)'
to liu'nl nut'iits ,.r write
li. Hllller, Igenl, Cranbrook.
i.s. 1! u; lit;, 1   .1. COYI.K
H.I'...., N.'1-..a     A.II.P  1,   \., ,,."
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
H.i mess Maker
Dlil sliiics made new. All kinds
nf repairing,   (live nn- n call.
S Cranbrook Sash    \
: ninl Door Factory •
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J      Ml kiiulunf iliii.ili ,m„i, i„ ;
!   w:n nf  ,l....rs.  iiiinli.ii-. nu,1    J
I '."  ui,-   Kiln ilrii«l lumi,,-! 1
',   fur iiisiili' iv, ,1 1- work in J
J   i:,i,i,,-,i,l,-,''l un.I 1.in prii'fti nn*   ',
I    ,il,l,al:,.l..ll,       S.'l.'l'l,       .1,...,-,    !
j ,
i Rough and Dressed Lumber j
Por Sale j
•!-i-!--!-i"H-!-!-H-K-l-I--H-I-K"I-I-
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:;: Cranbrook   Foundry and
:{:Machine Shop:
McKlnnon & Johnston •
Proprietors
Wc ni'.- ]ji'i'pnri'il to
,ln nil liimlu of re.
piiir work heavy nnd
light, iiiiik,' ciislingu,
turn sl,,-,i'i-,, etc.
+ Scientific    Horseshoeing   a ;
X Specially
y.|.|.|»l"l"H''l"M,.M"M»l-M-M''l-
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...ai ilu-.l.-^i-.',-..i „, i.iuii ,,«u,,t,iiii.iliron,
l..,..,„u I'l.ii-fi'Bii.i'.iv.ll, ivhiel, lUacollegi.in
.11 lull allll.,!;,,„-    I'„i f,i||,,|. iiifmuialiui, au.l
It', 111. wi'ili-,,.
Sel W. J Sir. nil II. \. B- II. Principal,
or Rev. J. P. Unwell, hut.ar.
' B. C. Strawberries ;
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Prompt ,1,'l'i,
Freal
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PHONE NO    --fl       aSMSTBONO *VE    a
-.•%*»-»*%*»*»*»<%*».*»*»-»*»*»*»*%*%-%-%^
s. s. Richards ftiul l
Wanl, rt'ivivcl tlu* satl
iluy   afternoon    nl llie
1 >n Ihf
, -1 lin-
ti a two
Atlantic
1 sister,
tiews on
tit'll ;li   ol
i-f   U'lBfttr, ii^.t
'If n
it* '•Adit 'antoctat,
Some iiij hit* here
;, 220 tu JSr
Creamery li
88c.     t;.   T
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On mm.
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| CLINK'S   POPULAR
. BARBERSHOP
J is now located in ils comfort-
t ,\bU .ind attractive new quar-
J ten in the Watts building. .*
, 1 his institution is just up-to-
* date and is modern ly equipped
j to do fust the best work in all
• brandies ol the tonsorial art.
TISDALE
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l-heli fattier, Hi. Wanl, which occut-
icl nt Aruprior, Oni., m Sunday
morning.
ileal,. Si Klw.-ll will be installed to-
moit'ow in their new tpinrtcrs iu the
building lately vaciftnl by ihe Im-
pi'iial Hani.'. Arnold .. Roberts win
move im.. itie present tt.nle A IM
wall stnu.l
Tha cornel slonc ..f ilu- new office
ul tlie Chows N.si 1'ass Conl company, ul Kernle, was laid last Slbn
ilai- at _ p 111 , an.l a tegular pro
gram of prayers, addresses, etc, waa
_un_ through
Im E. Simpson, managci ut the
Herald, was el.end deputy grand
I iiiiisui ,it the British Columbia Ormid
Lodge ol the Independent Older oi
Oddfellows al the convention ol thai
[body iu Ladys,'ilih lasi week.
Hums yuung. the well Uuvvn Bank
uf Commerce hoys' Chinaman, has
purchased the stole of Wing Wah,
neat the C, P. It. station, and wishes
it known that he has all kinds ol
Chinese goods and olhci goods Iol
sale.
O. T. Rogers says he has never
seen terries that equal in quality
and appearance those sent to him b)
Mi. Wigcn, baskets are well tilled,
{,10 crushed or "decayed It-tilt, in fact
llii')' are just what Mr. Wigcn says
"the best'strawberries,grown in B.
C."
Al. I-agc, of Wardner, Idaho, and
A. ,1. Devlin, ul Silver King, Idaho,
accompanied hy Vi. ti, Langley, of
Kurt Steele, have beta looking uver
their mining properties at Saud
Creole. Ttfey went tu Marysville
this week   lo oispict the   new 'smel
wag is lespuii!
setting thnt some men are born with
cold feet, some men achieve thehi,
while the married man has ilu'in
thrust upun hi n.
Mr. Christie, who lus been In the
Peace river country for sunn, t,~,i-*
has been visiting A ft*. .UdVltllc. Ho
speaks v,ty highly ul Uut cuuiitiy
and says its resources ale boundless.
We have lecelvwl a couple of com.
munications this wc'k from sulxci titers cuntailiiiig queries on Certain subjects. He hitie nut space lot the
answers this week, Inn th.-y will appeal in oui next issue.
A game ol   cricket    will bo played
COLOSSAL KOHQEItHiS
MILLION  DOLCAHS STOLEN   10
BANKER BENJAMIN HASKll.i.
Philadelphia,  June J« —Ono ,,1 H„
 1 sensational cases ..1 lorgery tlu,
lu. evei I., .i. bioughl 1.. light in in,
,u,clal circles was disci,, ,-,i here 1.,
day wh, n 11 was announce! that cei
illicit,-, calling i"i small number.
i.l' shuns ul s!„ik had been llu.lulci.t-
ll   lais.-.l  lu lluhdrtds ul Wales, 1.11,,
in., a loss' ,,i Certain ti'aiika and irus,"
coinpanlos here .,( t?30.0uo ,u'ii,(iini.
uui.
Iiliti
ahuul Meduosday evening next bo-
Ween the 'C. l'.-R. Shppa and the
Itopalr Track. This Avill be the coni-
111. Iiccinem ur a lively stasun u!
cricket, as it is intended tu lornt
Othei clubs and diaw up a schedule
Aliyuneluoking i,i the expn'Ss cat
of tlie 'east bound express would
.hink Mr. Vflgen, ui Creston, was
runn.ng a sttawheny special lut the
^uick dciivcty ot Ills fruit. All
aruund the car are piles uf crates 0!
Vvlgen's strawberries bound for points
all ulutig the Clow.
kpiiirters Fur
her.
fruit.
■ forth
looolati
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w
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11 l-l I'l'lll-I-H'l'l'l-I-H'M-M'
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THE
STRATHC0NA
F-'ormerly Hotel Phulr
NKLSON,  B. C.
IS. I()ril>KIN5, Manager.
itcui A Co.'s Jmnc new ftdiHtton
to tliiiir store is rapullv ueal'lJiu comi
'ili'tion. On Minulay tlie partition
sfpiinititiK tin' old an.l ihe new buildings wns turn uut, ami since the car-
penters have been busy eonstr'uctittg
slwlvlHg, etc., an.l tin; siore loree
working hard moving the slriek a'tui
gftting things gt'n.rall*. slralglit-olied
arournl. When finally ruuipk-ti-J (hu
stDtt! will ttt* a flue one indeed.
Work on ihe enlargement and re-
modfeling ul the ('. P. It. station is
tvt-ll under way, bin it will in- some
Mule time jel before tht' whole ot
tlit' big task will be completed. The
bi't-'ntid floor will he (IpmiIwI to ofllces
add all ul them will hi- large, well
ventilated nnd well lighted. In tht'
third story tliere will tie offices and
Bleeping rooms. The station will
be the besl on ihe Crows Nest line.
Tenders will be opened at a meeting of llle nllieeis ul  lhe I'hsliytelian
church tu inoriow night fui the erection ol a new edifice ot worship. It a
price within ihe reach ul the cungri.-
gation can be Obtained lui the build-
in,; proposed by the plans and speel-
liealii'iis ilu* work will commence at
once. It not, other plttns will hi*
drawn ami new tenders e.illed lor,
Wm. Gordon and family left last
week for theii new place uf residence
in Vancouver, where Mr, Gordon has
a lucrative position a.s manager ut
the supply department in some new
C, P. R. consl'rucllon work.
It is gratifying to note tlu* general
aspect ol cleanliness that prevails
throughout the residential portion of
the elty. Fhe majority ol thi; lawns
arc kept watered and trimmed and
beautified by llowers and shrubs, and
garbagt; Is an unknown quantity.
Uut there are several places, -larticu-
lighted J larly in ,the vicinity of Baker street
I where rubbish is an eye-sore, besides
 I a menace to the public health.   Clean
I   \w\tk pi ant rnn <uif   lsucMs a"d neat' tiUy yaid* Bivt' a
1 i>Kt-ui\ 1 Lft.ii 1 ui\ afti.1* |g00li fmprt.ssjon of a town, and vtsi-
Onif wire cut hrkkmnklng ma- tors are prone to ihiul; and speak
chine, 50,000 capacity, one 42 mure highly of a town where they see
horse, power upright engine For'tbe stnets mat and clean than of a
terms apply to \V. F. Gurd, Cran- 'place where things are strewn around
brook. ("promiscuous like."
Thin hotel ia one of tint bout in
British Columbia ami up-to-date
in every  reuiject.      Wi
ininipli' rooms,
On July 1st the opening ol Hansen's newhotel at Wasa takes place,
•U 9 o'clock p in. a dance will be
given, lur which good music is to be
urnisbed and at midnight otlo of the
famous Hanson spreads will be Served. The -general 'public are cordially -invited, mid % 'night 01 thorough
enjoyment *is guaranteed.
The Methodist chiireh was crowded
to the doors last   Sunday night    16
hear the Uev.   .1.  p,  Westmaii,   the
pastor, deliver his addres.s uu thoUfcht
force.     Next   Sunday   e'velilpg    thu
pastor    Will   Cf.uiiime    his    address,
di*aliug frith the " N^iuie and I'uWet
61 .Man."    in the mortiiug the
ject    will bland lWit."
suitable music for tho ote&Kioii
The h-ig.-iy Involved the   name   <>t
Hi-ii].imii.   11   Ga'sklll,  whu died (oui
weeks a--,..       Gaakill  *as  the    soli
member ul the hanking roncern known
as Benjamin 11    Gasktli & Co     lie
had   ofllces in   th**   flnanclal district
and his credit  was constilefed     gill
Mged,    At his death he was believed
ie wuith ahOUt half <i million dollars     He hit nu will and id ini iris-
rat bra began   to close up his   litisi-
css.     a patron ol the firm,   whose
-ime is not given, bought fiutn   bin.
ne hundi't.l   shares pi tlie IMuIadel-
Tiaeiiuii   t'umpanj* stock,  and
:e hundred   shares   ol stock ol Ihe
niU-d Siaies Steel Corporation, 11.
turned his account over to a   V Mil
Iri  .v: i'i. ,  which firm sent  ih,-   one
hundred abates o( Traction stock   ti
the Philadelphia Ti'acilon Company 'a
fllTtce to havr    the transfer recorded
The cert'Uicale did not agree with the
company's \\sNti   and an  investim-
thn showed that the certificates had
bivn  laisi-d  fpont six  shares  to     one
hundred.
The disioveiy was reported to W.
c. Miller A Company, and the firm
notified the stock menange ol which
tl ask ill was a member The exchange sent out notices to niombers
nut tu receive stuck certificates from
the Ga'sklll estate. A funht,r investigation revealed ihe tact that tla-s-
klll had crctitiHl himsi.ll In his own
books with six thuusaitd shares 0!
Philadelphia Tiaciion stock, valued
appioxlniaU'ly at J8O0TO0O wink- iHe
Tiaciiuit company's hooks shuwed b.
had only lour hundred shares. A
liiiatii'ici whu ha.I been Investigatinij
said tu-night that the amount loaned
on the raised certlflcates will aircie- ■
gate between S7du,000 An.l 'tl.oOti'Oui
A COMPOSITION ON PEOPHE.
A six-year-old school girl submi'-
ttd the following composition on
" people "
" People are composed of girls and
boys ; also men and women. Boys
are no good till they grow up and
get married. .Men whn don't get
rriid are no good either. Girls
are ymuig Women who will 00 ladies
when they graduate. Woman was
made after man, and n.y Uncle Hob
says ' she has been alter him ever
since.'
" The Lord looked disappointed after He made Adam, and He said to
Himself, ' li at tirst yuu don't succeed, try, try again ' Su He tried
"Seeking the Highest a^i'» and made Kve. Then He ttfas
The choir will furnish satisticd. Hoys are an "awful bother. They want everything they see"
except soap. If I had my way, hall
the boys in the Worfd would be g*Hs
and the othei half dolls.
" My ma is a woman and toy pa
is a man. A w-umaii is a grown Up
girl with chiMrui. My.pii is such a
tiiec man that 1 guess he must have
bet n a girl when he was a little boy
" That's all I know about people
at the present writing."
PORTLAND EXPOSITION NOTI_S.
Friday, June 9, was Oddfellows* da;
at the Lewis and qijuk Exposition,
and the attendance o( members ol the
order agfitegated l.BOO. A big par-
.i-tr iii the morning and exercises in
the auditorium .it Tin- Exposition
in the afternoon were the fefctttres --i
1 he da) - programme
'lhe marvelous Qayms, a team ol
:,i.'h wire bH yi le .• I trapesc per-
formers,* have bei n . n .1. ed 1 1 give
two perfnrniuncen da iy at lhe i.ewi,
aud Clark Exposition Iti m fnne \i
to July 3 The performances will Lo
..i.ii; a. the open an and will he n.o
to ail
June r. will be Pi itievi Daj .it the
Lewis an 1 l lark Fair, and I Ilea
lions are  that  the r.r;._■:.;. , 11
settlers on that J.i\ at the Exposition will be the men t notable .i ils
kind in the history ol Oregon. ' he
Women s Auxiliarj ol the Oregon
Pioneer Association is preparing on
elaborate spread
A flick ol swallows have taken up
their habitation in the eaves ol the
United Stales Government tuilding
at the Lewis and Clark Fair, and all
eflort! to dislodge them have failed.
The Government .■:'. ah have decided tu let the bli I; rei aln and they
aie proving quite an attraction to
the thousands who daily visit Uncle
Sam's magnlflc nt display,
Uncle John Hash, with lus wile,
Aunt Mary Hash, ol Newburg, Oregon, are the oldest couple so fai to
visit the Lewis and Clark Exposition. Uncle John ts 79 years old and
h.s wile a year older. Uncle John
came across the plains in 1Su0. £umg
first to California, and then on to
Oregon, but his wile did not come
wesl until 1579. Uncle John said
that he remembered gcing hunting
on the pres?n*. site ol ihe Expus.-
tion
Contrary to the impression which
appeals to Le held by some persons
In inlaid towns, the exhibits palaces
at the Lewis and Clark Exposition
are open free to the public. The liny
cent admission lee includes admission
to every building on the Exposition
grounds, except, oi course, the shows
on the Trail Toilet arrangements
are also free. Th^ exhibit buildings
are open from eight in the morning
until seven in the evening, except on
Sunday, when the Exposition does
not open until noun. The Trail at-
trachun-. are closed on Sunday, Lut
tbe exhibits may be viewed on that
dav as on other days.
sltli-
Kerbie Lfelge :-Tlic Fcrnie football
team leaves for Cranbrook on Friday
morning, win re they play Uie Cran-
brook buys. About thirty have sig
nifled thik intention of taking in the
trip, and the boys arc anxious to Increase the number to fifty or upwards
as reduced rates Call then be obtained, a good time is promised by the
Cranbrook people.
A Finn hy the name of Marcus, whu
comes to tovvn periodically ami gets
his habits on, is generally led a
merry life on such ucertsiuns. Tuesday he was endeavoring to give a
street exhibition uf bronco bi.st.iug
and was tormented to the state where
he was giving very tore!hie expressions id disgust fur the entire.human
race, when the limit was rc&ehod by
a delegation from the hokey-pokey
club treating his-cayuse to a lihWtl
application of the deslre-tu-giM-tip-
and-dust mixture. Tlie way the horse
and his tertor-st'ticken mount shut
across back lots, till Mantis was
thrown and plowed through the centre ol a manure help, would have
put John Gilptn to shame.
min*
who
ANOTHER ALASKAN RAILWAY
Victoria, Junedil.-Di. Ami, «.f tin
geological survey, has been appointed
to report on the geological formation
along the route of the proposed
Alaskan railway. " The project oi
a railway in .these parts is not a
government une," said Dt. Ami when
spuktn to about the matter. Furthfel
than tu outline a few plans ot the
geological points he said he did nut
caic to discuss the enterprise just
yet.
Pmfessor Waddell, ol McGill T/ni
verslty, is among ihu.e ft teres ted in
the scheme, and It Is said a number
of influential men who ait* high In the
councils ul several European conn*
tiles ate also directly connected with
tbe project
What promises *.-
tstic sham battle
mimic warfare is
place at the Lewis
, be the most real-
ir. Uie annals ot
scheduled to take
a:.d Clark Expo^i-
M1NING MEN HERE
An unusually large number of
Itrg men Irom West Kootenay,
have good ruining properties lu this
district, have made Cranbiook tlieir
headquarters dining the past week,
while on a tour of Inspection of their
locations and the smelter at Marysville. This looks good, and it Is
nut only possible but quite probable
lhat some definite develupiiit-iits will
lie instituted in the neat future" '
THINKS   THE   CANADIAN*    CASUALTY IS ALL RIGHT
John Hutchison A Co ,
Cranbrook,
lk'at   Sirs—Thank   you fur the cbe-
uiio in  full settlement for  my sccW*
^t DARING ROBIlERY
Your promptness In this matter and Ferni.-, .tunc 21 -This morning
the frwlom from "red tape" nifctti,»oM 4 o'clock a daring burglary
it a pleasure td carry a policy with was perpetrated at the Hotel Fernie.
your company. |The night porter, Ed. Haynes,    was
1 only pay $10 a year and get HO  held up by three masked men, tied to
a week when I am hurt.     It is   the
best 1 ever saw.
Again thanking you, I am,
Yours truly,
(Sid.) Arthur Sbeltuo.
SPORTS AT COAL CREEK
Kernle Ledge -The postponed picnic at Coal Creek was held on Monday A number of people from the
city either drove out ot took the
mine train. Tho sports were well
contested, and some of them were
novel and amusing, mure particularly,
a nail driving contest, by ladies, each
lady to drive twelve nails. The
Ua*'.eball game between Feinie and
Coal Creek was won by Fernie The
pipers in full highland costume enter
taitted the people Owing to showers of rain many of the pleasant f.-a-
tures had to be omitted, but on the
whole a very entertaining afternoon
was spent
chair
$17   odd
through
or (30
fuund
tid his pockets' rilled of some
aftci   wbieb   tliey    went
the   till,   getting  some     $25
Nu   elue as > t-t bis    been
tion July 21, constituting the crowning feature uf three days of military
manoeuvres in which at least 1,500
troopS of the Oregon National Guard
will take part. The battle will be
made realistic by the shooting of
cannon and small aims loaded with
blank cartridges, and Is expected to
pru.fc une ol the- most popular ul the
muny teitures which have been arranged to make every day until the
close uf the Exposition, October 15,
a special day.
A great tn*at is ir. store fur Lewis
and Clark Exposition visitors On
the afternoon ol Sunday, June IH, the
celebrated band ui Frederick Neil In-
nes, which is playing at the Exposition duiiug the entire month of June,
will render Richard Wagner's world-
famed masterpiece, " Parsifal," in
its entirety, for the first time in the
Pacific Northwest. For a year past
" Patsii.il ' bas been the lage
amongst the lovers of great musical
prodtitUuns Immense crowds hate
thronged to heai it in New York,
Chicago and othei great cities, usually paying prices ot admission that
wuuld buy theatre tickets lot the
(thole family lor ai. er.ute dramatic
reason.
A special train carrying . patty of
shout 2ju Neb'raika lumber dealers,
with their families, will arrive at
Portland on Saturday, June li, to
see the Exposition
C P R ACTIVE
The Victoria Colonist says That
the Canadian Pacific Railway intends
to build into the Slmllkameen country stems to have conflrmft-tjon In
tlie fact that it has kcqulred the continuing interest in the Allison town-
site, which is to be the headquarters
of the railway in that district it
is also confidently announced in the
Wilmer paper that construction is to
he commenced forthwith by the C P,
R. 00 the Ko&tenay Central railway
from Golden lo Windermere lake.
IN EDMONTON BY FALL.
Edmonton, Albeita, June 19.—In a
letter to one of the large business
houses of Edmonton, William Mackenzie of the Canadian Northern
railway says that the company expects to have the rails laid into Edmonton and to be handling freight before the close of navigation. THE   CRAN BROOK   IIERALD
DRAYING
Wo have I"'.'" ," l[ '"'    ""
several yeans -''--,'-. "'
creasing,   1 tt!,m' SAT
ISFACTION.    We lull
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Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
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Job printing ie an Uxtsss
The Herald Practices the art.   You can get only one kind of  55
Printing in this office.    That is the best. };
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SymipsU uf keKuluiiou? lur dispui-tl ol Mineral! un fJuimuiun bandit la Maullubi,
th: Northwest Territories nntl iu« "lukoii
territory.
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General Agenl
TIMBER. MINF.S
LANDS
and
5 CRANBROOK,
4
15.    C.
Drink Ho^e Beer
It is Pure
ll is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co,
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear In '' 'inure a Specially
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEAR Y& DOYLE
IV oprictoi's
Tennis tun! driver,
point in tlie .list,ict.
furnished lur
g.<wo-:-o-!«-!-o-:-oo-t-o.:«.K>H-o+o+9
I CLARKS0\'S
I INTERFERENCE
? ...l\_ jOIUI WIMHROP a
5 OtpyHpht. WW, ''*' Mrrturt't v
6 .Vni'*ii>ii|i<r >'i*inUmf<     0
6>i*<)«>-i**04<>'K>*i<)0*:*O':*o-:*o*!*0'!-<>:*6
iRiibcl Archer would n^uln teach in
district No. 4. lids was Hip Chief tuple of conversation lu lbe Cuipnrvllle
poitofflw,
Wben slie had nunc home nt tho end
of thi sprint: term, ehe had bitterly declared tu certain inttuiutt-i that she
would never return. Those wbo kUOW
best how Ia'iu Tudur had bullied and
tormented her did not wonder tt her
decision. Lem wns chiiiriniin of the
Bcbool buurd, uml. having set his uncouth fancy on Hie vouiik teacher. b»
bad made lifo u burden tu her.
Il« wus uut a pleasing suitor. Uu
lucked even tbo rouj-h uiHiibuud tbut
sometimes atones for the abseuce of
thut polish which Boelety ylvea. A
bully by birth mid nature, aa bir* father
before htm, he bad used bis Official po
iltton to Obtain RS bis wife not the woman be loved, but tbe oue who would
do blm tbe Krentest credit
Casparville wiih aorry to lose Miss
Isabel, There wns no one who supposed she would ever return UUloSI
Clarkson sbouiUn.sk her. Clarkson wns
teller lu Un* Cnspnrvllle bank, He wan
(TiBUli-iit and reserved, no that, though
undoubtedly uu admirer or the pretty
teucher, bis methods of wooing ber
were ■wily lacking the diisb uml nerve
evlueed by Tudor.   Aud, though sliu
certainly Mulled upun ber Imslirul suli*
or, ha hud just as certainly allowed
ber to lenve Cuspiirvllle, without screwing up his cuurat-'e lu usli the fateful
question,
Yet after the distributing of the P:20
limil Tudor had nunounced to tlie bystanders Hint Roll Archer wus going
to take No. 4 again.
AYben ho «ot orer to the lumber
yard, hs drew oui Hie letter und re-
peruned it with no pleasant expression
on his heavy face.   It run:
Dear Mr.  Tudur— Vpry much to my rt-
fi'-jt 1 nnd thai i Miinii havi 10 apply for
the nchoo) again this hp-hhou. I hud hoped
whan I left Caaparvllla Unit I would no
Liti-.i-r hav* to teach, but tha Utile In-
coma left from my f u titer'■ eaiata has ao
deprer-luted that my mother needs It nil,
and 1 shall Imvi lo go to worli qkuIii. It
ta too lata to obtain another school, id I
will hava to take No. 4 If tha plaos la
■till open. You hava mud* my position In
Casparvllla a very hard one, bui 1 •up-
pi.ua thla cannot ba avoided, ao I accept
your offer.   Youra truly,
ISABEL ARCHER.
As be folded up the letter bis scowl
deepened.
"She's a little fool," be declared nt*
sg-rtr, "hut I'll win her yet, Just ts
1 Stephens
L-r term.
. went on.
inilei'staiid
i> back be-
if you are go-
mt confounded dig-
'•4 going lo be trou-
to me, nml in the
l.ut If you don't behave MI11I*
Will buve No -1 r..r tbe wlnt
"Now, see here, Bell," be
"you and uie might ns well i
each other.   I lei you comi
, cause l want you, hut
lug to stand ou that c
' niiy of yours there's p
Me.     Yon   I
spring we'll bo murrled, and you'll have
the finest house In Cnsparville. If you
; keep ou belug silly, you'll be sorry.
; Why, you iMTen'l even kissed me yet."
; And lie made a motion us though to
1 Like the caress,
She gave a cry nnd sought to ward
' blm oil. but Ills powerful arms were
1 mound ber, and she could Uol teat her-
[ self louse.    Ills li.:i\y,  brutal  lift bail
I almost touched hers when the sound uf
wheels CtUISed blm to desist. Slid •
light buggy drove up.
**l till Ilk, Miss Archer," said the newcomer, "thut yuu bud better change to
my buggy, Here ut least you are free
from instill."
Tudur swung around and faced Clark
sun. "luii'd belter be careful, Harvey," be warned,. "This ain't uo affair
•>f yours."
ClfirkBon'a eyes sparkled. "Miss Archer has it In her power to make it 60,"
he said. "Isabel, this Isn't exactly the
plttce for a proposal, but 11 you will
give me the right to make your affairs
iu lne"—
t)uc glance at her face convinced Tudor  that  he  bad   lost.    Sullenly  ha
cramped the wheel that she might descend.
A  moment  later Clnrkson's buggy
wus s| dluu uii the road.    "1 wou'i
bold yuu to ymir promise," he said,
wltb a return to his usual diffidence,
"unless you are willing. When I saw
Tudur call for you, 1 was afraid thai
NOTICE. Ice
Notice is hereby given lhat after 30 30
days, 1 intend tu apply to the Cbiel
Commissioner oi Lands mid Works ol
British Columbia, and to the Assistant CumiuissiuiK-i ul Lands uud Viuihs
ui Kast Kootcnaj District of British
Columbia, lor licenses to prospect lor
coal and petroleum un ihe lullo.Mii';
described group 01 cluims, situated m
Hie siuiihciisi i'i.) lion id Kasl Koolc
n.t-      Illstrlet,     It. L\, mid aboui 28
tulles     sulllll      nf   Clows   Nest,   lying
m>i and contlngenl to the survey
line between bluoks ir,Mi and 45113.
This group consists ui in claims -1
miles square, and ihe wost Hue ul lhe
A. DOYLE, Manager.
Second
Hand  Store
Wc carry a complete
stock   01   household
goods, and have a lot
of SNAPS
Shoes at your own price
Jas. McArthur
Sages Old Stand
Don't Pay Rent
Build a House
Hut before doing so s,-,' Jatni'8
lirivr, tho contractor. Ho trill
Ih? iibli' to lilnp you with suggestions tli.it uill _>niv" vnt.
liable,
James Greer
Contractor and Builder
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths:
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing antl
General Jobbing....
Hillside UriliT- fri.ttiptl-y
Attended to,
be was up to
hurried after
away, it wai
but 1 couldn't
ilscblef, und so 1
1 us 1 could get
nptuuiiH, 1 know,
you ut the mercy of
that beast, uud you don't have to keep
your promise to marry me."
Isabel looked up shyly. "But If I do
waut to?" she whispered.
That evening 11  was announced at
the   postoflice   that    Millie    Stephens
would have So. 4 for the winter term.
Miss Isabel was to many Ilurvey
Clarkson.
Neither of these announcements wus
made by Tudur. He was nt home
nursing the Injuries resubmit on tbe
Interview Clarkson bad held with hlu
ou bis return tu town.
Let   Tlijr   Tuiiffue  Tmi 11 it.
A grand thing is u tine, sonorous
bundle of vowels antl consonants, Hal-
lelulal
It may seem sweeping nud revolutionary to lalk of a measure for the aboil*
Hon, except fur mean and u^ly uses, of
petty, Ul Bounding and ludicrous words
—for thete uro words whose very up-
peoranco raises n pitying smile—but we
buve hnd the courage to revise the Tea-
L'imeiit**. nud from tbut to a spring
-leaning of our mother tongue Is not •
far Journey. 1 have met Anierlcuuft
who would undertake it
No familiar language is richer than
blessed English lu wufds worth speak*
ing a second time, bravo, vigorous
monosyllables nud sonorous compounds.
Let us have them to tho front ou all
proper ocynslous, and nway with trivial
conversation.
Grandeur of scenery, association of
history or legend or frequent use In a
pleasant connection may soften tbe offense In many place names; but, oh, if
some localities could huvo bud a happier baptism!
As for 11 mun, be often hns to live bis
name Into respectability In more senses
than one. Heaven help the unfortunate who so bas to conduct the business of llfo that Snooks or Scrogglns
may become pleasantly familiar. Such
a task is one fur Hercules or a second
Borromeo, und yet It is doue, nnd many
a strange uume loses Us uncouth sounding lu a noble history.—Harold Ismuy
in Longman's Magazine.
Livery Barn Under
New Management
Wt* desire to announce to the
public that we have purchased the
McKinsfcrey livery barn witbTiorses
and rigs, and will have charge t*\
the same in the future, it will be
our aim to give the people of the
district flu* very best in this lino nt
reasonable prices. We wanl your
patronage and wo propos ■ to mcril
it by tin- best of si rvico.
DEZALL BROS.
OKANBBOOK
HUB  QATB A  CUT  AND BOTJQHT TO WiBD
HIM OFF.
spite Harvey Clarkson. She will ha<*
to give In to me In tbe end, and then
you bet I will make ber pay for all she
has made me otund for,"
When she arrived the following week,
It wiib Lem Tudur who met her at tbe
station and escorted ber to the hotel.
There was a broad grin on bis face as
he rudely Jested with her. When he
wlulied solemnly and flagrantly at His
group of loungers ou tbe corner by
Sweeny's saloon, the girl blushed a
rosy red, tint she knew that remon-
■trances were of no avail.
"I'll call wltb tho buggy this afternoon and take yon over to the school-
house," he said us be handed ber suit
ease over to the man of ull work at tbe
tiny hotel. "See Hint you are ready at
2, I've hail the building paint,-d und
bought you a new chair and bad tbt
blackboards fixed up,"
No. 4 wus about  three miles from
j town.    As tbey sped over tbe quiet
country road that ul'tenioou she found
herself wondering why the drive appeared so long.
"I'm taking the long way round," he '
explained in answer to her comments.
"I wnnt you to see what a good horse
this Is. 1 got blm from Buscom lust
month. I thought you would come
buck, nnd I wanted to huve an animal
tbut would pasB all tbe rest when 1
took you out to drive."
"I am afraid that I can go out very
little this fall," she sold coldly. "I
wu ut to study and lit myself for a city
school next year."
lie laughed harshly. "Too bad bet
ter keep on the soft stde of tbe cbalr*
j man," be said wurulngly.   "I let you
Meul M..mlit*/.
The students In tbe Scotch universities auuuully enjoy their "Meul Monday," but few of tbe undergraduates
remember how tbe holiday wits Instl
tuted. In fa ruff days, when leuriiing
was really nourished on "n little out-
meal," the students before leaving
borne for tbe uulversltlcB provided
themselves wltb a quantity of meat
sufficient to muke "halesome parrltch"
bulf through the session. By the end
of January their "meal klsts" bud ruu
low, and "a dny off" wus given lu
whieh tbe student uns expected to
Journey half way Iiuine, meeting at
this point bii parent or brother, who
brought with blm n second loud of tbe
simple diet Tbe holiday was fixed ou
a Monday so ns t.j ullow the under-
graduate the benefit of the preceding
I Saturday, In times pnat lbe Journeys
wuuld ufien extend to fifty nr sixty
miles.   The modern student goes home
for "Meal Monday," but he travel*
wltb a week end ticket and bus uo
tbougbt of the painful Journeys of bis
ancestors,
j flome back because I like ta Mt you. I T,u deceptiyj.
i.-niim m Con's Am-,
A cow's ugu Is Indicated by tier
horns. At the age of two a ting of
thick material tonus ut the base of
each horn, und one ring is ml,led every
year after this becomes apparent To
find the hsp, therefore, count the rings
and udd two. In the case of a bull,
however, the flrst ring dues not appear
until he is five years old, und one annual ring appeal's after that, so to tbe
number of rings on a bull's horns five
must be added. The result attained Is,
however, only approximately correct
for not only Is tbe lime of appearance
of the flrst ring uncertain, but occasionally two rings appear In one year, and
then again sometimes n year Is omitted, no ring being formed, A dishonest
dealer can also change the apparent
age of ihe animal by tiling ofr sumo of
tho rings frum her horns, so Hint com-
1 plete reliance on this sign is soinetl____.es
ni imp is co-Incident with the survey
nn,- between -- and 31 mile pusl, j'nd
lying mi block  i.v t.i
K. ll. l.aKrouz's south wos i cornel
commencing    nt    ihe   38-mile   post;
thcuce Ml chains ea**-!, Ihence Mi
1 hams um th, theme mi chains Weal;
thence MJ chains south tu place 01
beginning, containing about 840 acres,
Tlie inscribed post being at the BOUlll
east corner. Salt) claim was located
May dii, 11)Oft, li) Clus. McUuiru as
agenl tor K   il   LaKretw.
Idi/abeih Mailin's southwest cornel being adjacent in 13, 11. LaFreni'
Miuih.ast corner; thence su chains
east; llience M> chains not Hi; thoncc
HU chains west; thence Ml chains south
lo place ol beginning, making the
•.'.est side line coincide with IhocitM
side line of K. ll. LaFrcmV claim,
containing about fiio acres. The in
-cubed posl being at liie southwest
corner, Said claim was located Mav
3ll, I'M'.'., by Chas. Mcflulrc as Agcttl
or Kliznbeth Mania.
Kdna l\ Uiibi-rs southwest cornel
being adjacent tu Elizabeth Martin's
southeast corner; thenco thence su
chains east; tin nee 80 chaina north
ihence mi chain.'! wesl; thence 8I1
•hains south tu place ol beginning,
making the west side Unu coineidi
with tho east side lino of Elizabeth
Martin's claim, and containing about
1140 acres. The inscribed post being
at tile southeast corner. Said -hum
Wag located May 30, IflOB, by '.'has.
Mcftutre as agenl lor Kdna P. ilubei
('has. A. Zcige's southwest cornel
being adjacent to Edna I*. Huher's
southeast corner; thence SO chains
rust; ihence sti chains north; thence
su chains west; ihence su chains
south 10 place ot beginning, malting
lhe west side Hue coincide wnh lhe
».ist side line of Edna P. Huher's
claim, and containing aboui (140
acres. Inscribed posl being at lhe
sun ih west corner. Said claim was
located -May 30, 1905, bv Chas. Me
Quire, as agenl lur ('has. A. Zcige.
Wilbur It. Cochran's northeast corner lielng adjacent In Chas. A. Zel-
lif's southeast corner; thence 80
chains south; thence 80 chains west
Ihence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains east to place of beginning,
making Ihe north side line coincide
with the soulh side line nf Chas. A.
Xekv's claim, mid containing aboui
um acres. The Inscribed posl being
at the northwest corner, Said claim
was located Mav 80, 11)05, bv "bus
Melinite, as agent for Wilbur ii,
Cncliran.
B. I>. Ilarshbcrger's northeast corner being adjacent lo Wilbur R
Cochran's northwest corner; thence 8(1
chains soulh; thence 811 chains wesl
Ihence 80 chains north; thence 8(1
chains east in place of beginning
making the east side line coincide
wiih the west side line ol Wilbur R
Cochran's claim, ami the north side
line coincide with Hie south side lim
"f Edna P. Huher's claim, and containing about 640 acres. The Inscribed post holng at the northeast coiner.   Said claim was located May 80
»";. bv Chas. McQulre, as agent lor
1*   11. llarsltherger,
Daisy M, Camion's northeast corner
being adjacent fo n. D. Harshberg-
ers northeast corner; Ihence 80
chains south: thence 80 chains vest
Ihence 80 chnlns north; thence so
chains oast to place of beginning,
">.'l;Miir the east side line colnohlr
with the west side line of ti. I)
Harsbherger's claim, and the north
side Iill" coincide with the south side
line of Elizabeth Martin's claim mid
containing about fiio acres. The in
senbed post being at the northwest
Sn   LS!W «lft,m WM lncaterf Mav
; nf' \$ £hflfl' McGuir<- as agent
fur Dnlsv M. Cannon.
Lena  Rovee's  northeast  corner  ho-
mtr adjacent to the northwest snrnnr
of Dnlsv M. Cannon's claim:   thence
bains   south;     thence.   RO .-hains
: thence 80 chains north; the-tcr
flnliw past to place nf beginning
Hie     east side  line coincide
Wllh the west side line of Palsy   M
Cnnnon s claim   and the north * Mile
lln' MlnrWe with the sm.th sideline
nf K. II. LaFren7\ claim,   nnd    the
ccincidon   with the mrm line, m
upI about M0 acres.     The inscribed
POM heinc    at the Southeast corner
Sftfil cl-nin was loeatCii Mav .10   |IJ0R
norco      Mc0,Ure< ns "W't tathm
IT. h. Uiijrhjfn'
li "
et.   Said claim was located Mav
11105, by Chas   MeGuire, as agent
lui .\hu tlu Corner.
Lillian .M. K.mbank's nollhwost
corner being adjacent to Martha Cor
ner's north-cast cornel , ihence mi
chains cast; ihence i'J ciiAitra M.utb ;
theme so chains wesl , i.i-'.vjo mi
chains norlh t" place ol hi giuning,
making the   wesl sine   line   coincide
wiih   Ibe   easl    side  line   ul    M.nih.i
Corner's claim, and the iiuith ride
line coincide with tho south side
lino of Wilbui It Cochran's claim,
and containing about 040 acres, in
scribed post being at the south west
corner, Said claim was located -day
iu, 1006, by Chas Mciiuiie, a.s agont
uu Lillian M. Fairbanks.
Alexandrine Tiliuoul'a north easl
comet being adjacent lo Lillian M
Eairbauks south-east   curncr , lltcuce
iii.tins sunlit ;     ihence   Ml    chains
llience     Ml     chains      nol'lll ,
80
mai; 1 in.
s northwest
 'orner
nn fldiaocnl tn Lena Rovce's 'louih
west corner; thence Rn chains east
th-nee mi rhnlns snulh: thenee so
chains west; ihence R0 chains north
tn place nf beginning, making the
nnrlh side line coincide with Ihr
-uiiih side line of Lena Rovce's cl.-.i'm
'nd the west side line Coincide wllh
the survey line, and containing abonl
11*10 acres, The inscribed post being
at lhe southeast corner. Said claim
was locale.! May 30, 1005, by ''has
VtcGuiro, as agent foi II. li. Laugh-
lln,
M. A. Royce's noithwest corner being adjacent to ll. H. Laughlln's
northeast corner: thence 80 chains
east, Ihence SO chains south; thence
SO chains west; thenee SO i.halns
nurlh to [dace uf beginning, making
the west side line coincide wllh the
east side line of H. B. Laughlln's
ctftlm, and the ninth side line coincide with the soulh side lino of Daisy
M. Catiimii's claim, and containing
about till) acres. The inscribed post
being al thu southwest corner, Said
claim was located May 30, 1005, by
Chas. McOttirc, as agent for M. A.
Royce.
Martha Corner's northwest corner
being adjacent lo M. A. Royce's
northeast corner; thence 80 chains
cast; thence 811 chains south; thcuce
80 chains west; thence 80 chains north
to place nf beginning, making the
west side line coincide with tho east
side line of M. A. Royce's claim, mid
the north side line coincide with lhe
south side line of B. D. Harsbherger's
claim, and containing about 040 acres
Inscribed post being at the southeast
thence
place
uiuili
BUlltl!   :
banks
lil 11  ac
I lhc
.sU
chain..
ast
tu
aking
th
ui beginning, making the
tide line coincide with the
hie hue ot Lillian M. Kail
tutm, and containing about
i-s.  The   Inscribed post  being
iih w.j.1
was Incited -May 30, 11)05, by ''has.
Met!uiie, as agent lot Alexandrine
Tilmutit.
I. \. Curley's north-cast cornel bu
ing adjac.nl to Alexandrine Tllinonl s
north-west corner; ihence 80 jIm \\s
;nuHi ; thenco 80 chains west ; llience
■ti chains north ; thence mi chal is
cast io place ol beginning, making
the eaft side line coincide with the
west side line ol Alexandrine ' il-
mont's claim, and the nut lb side line
coincides wiih ibe south side line ol
Martha Corner's claim, and cunt lining about Clu acre.-.. The Inscribed
post being at the north-east corner.
Said claim was located Mav 30,
1905, by Chas. McGuti'c. as agenl foi
I. V Cuitlcy.
T.J, Demorest's north-c&sl cornet
being adjacent- to I. N. Curlley's
north-west comer. Ihence sn .'hams
soulh; thence 80 chains w. sl ; th.ii.e
SU chains north ; thence SU chain-,
east lo place of ibginnlng, making
lhe east side line coincide with tin
west side line ..f I. N. Curtlev's
claim, and the iiul'lh side line coincide wiih the smith side lln
ol M. A. Royce's claim, n. -
containing aJ.-out 040 act- .
The Inscribed post being at the northwest corner. Said claim was locate.i
May 30, 1805, by Chas. McQulre, as
agent fur T. J. Demonst.
Emily Corner's north-east corner
being adjacent to T. .1. Demorest's
in.ui. west corner; Ihence 80 chains
...uutli; Hiiiici'
11 /earl -u>-i ovei
duty frit* iimi''! 1
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l.e, U|H>U IMfuiMll
1 Mr-mi uiihii.,.1
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I, ft I'l lll.ll.'t.ll III
1.. xlbui tew i>)
|,ln|   iu Mil   line.
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KNIOHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranhrmik, IS. C.
M.i-ih'.'ii.I m„i 41I1 Tu«day m a a   u.
1 ■> U, K. butt.
.1. A .U.-..U1.. K. H S.
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VIhIiIiih lii-.tlii,>n.->.idiiin> ii.tii.,1 1-j mio , J
CranhrtNtt  Utnl I mun \m „i ihe t'allkt
Ur.illiurhuud ut tarpcDkra isd Juloeri
of Ainiriid.
This l.ietit meets i*vir.v FridaytVMilas Mt
Bp. in. mr. t.i:. lmil.
Vimiiiig brethren turdinil-, luttted,
. A. I-Avnin,
Um -si
link.nl,-.'I,,
J, 11 M.Hns.ur
I'lilnii *\f
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-ill ii, lli'i'liiii'i) Mt'U-
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tt.Ot-i ili»n|     SuJuUrlus
Uilli"!
S. J.   Mulli.M,
l.l.l,   I l.ll,t, Su   Jft
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Visiting brethren welcomed,
I  1 laurikuUStw'f
CHANBROUK  AEHIK NU   9(11
l:.   0.   R,
l-i m-d llnl V
CltAMlllu
iu i.tHHir:, su-13,
ANCIUNI ORDER of FORESTERS
ClIAM.I.Uik, U. c.
.Hi'lVinp
.ret lireti
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-Ub
1- lla
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'.II1J   St.l
mi elm
rib
; inenco
hains we
thence
Mi
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of    be
,UI,_:
the cast jjidi
west   side   line
claim,  and   the
eitle   with the
11   Laughlin's
side line coined
and contnlning   about 010 acres
scribed post being at the   north
coincide with    tlio 1 Coiin*tralt*.«r,
1  T,  .1.  Demorest's  (^"JK;;;
ortli   side line coin-1 ere«« ui umui
iuth   side hue oi  II.
aim, and    the  west
tli the survey Lne,
In
,i*i
Said claim was located M..
30, L005, by Chas, McQulre, as agent
i<u   I'.iuily  Corner.
TO THE PUBLIC'!
I will only make photographs at the
present prices until Julv 1st. II
prices cut any figure remember they
will only remain us they aie until
above date.
E. P. Tucker, Photographer,
Opposite Canadian  Hotel,
11-31 Cranhrook,
CRANHROOK LICENSE DISTRICT.
A special meeting of the Board 0
License Commissioners, Cranbrook
License District, will be la-ld at the
Court House, Cranbrook, un Prjday
June 80, 1005, at the hour of ten
o'clock in tho fui'citoun to consider
the following application:—
T. l). Cavon, Royal Hotel, Spokane
Junction,
T. \r. MeMullin,
Chief License Inspector,
ilmlt in*  . Ii.in;<*.
' iu, ,er mtl) I1..1
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-.lull l.i-
C< Ili'ilUl.ll
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iri'iiuir)' uru uiifU i»
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NOTICE.
Take notice lhat thirty davs alter
date 1 intend lo apply to tlie Chief %
Commissioner of Lands and rt'orfcs '"'
for a special license to cut and cany
away timber from the tallowing described lands In South Kast Kootenay:
Commencing at  the southeast (orner of Lot 2248, Qroup I, being S. S
Manahan's     timber    license;    thence
smith   MJ    chains;     thence west    8U   i^-,-.,
chains;  thenee north SO chains; thence
easl 80 chains  to place ol betrinniii,
Otis Staples.
Dated June 1st, 1005. ll-at
POR SALE.
A new Victor safe; weigh! aboil
500 or (I0U pounds; combination out
side door, key inside door; outsid.
ineasuiiiiii'iit 27x22 inches wide; in
side measurement 111 inches high, ll
inches wide. Also almost new cash
register, worth $luu new. l-'ur ihe
low price of %\ lo cash lot linlh, Jn
quire at. Herald olliee. 0 tl
VETEUINAUY DENTISTRY,
Some of the many symptoms ol tail
teeth iu a horse an* slobbering, loss
ol flesh, weak eyes, ami man) other
symptoms. Stop and no lieu if ynur
horse has nny of these symptoms. If
so call phone or write me. 1 am
the only veterinary surgeon iu Easl
Kootenay using lhe celebrated Ilaus
lum, electric lights, stehocopc and up
10 date veterinary Instruments.
I  treat cattle and dugs also.
Dr. C. W. Cross, V. S.,
Phone 71 Cranbrook, 11. C.
)9S 33 9 B9S9)9& S-S-.iSSS-S-S**'^
ABOVE ALL OTHERS
jflor be Bahama
.eCf-oars*.
The
uatitru
Insist 1
tilth* in
liuin.
,306
nlwa:
Ciiv
bear tb.
u. P.u
TIMBER NOTICE
is hereby given il
thirty
lo make aphis the Chief
Lands   and Works,
It.
Iimi
Nolle
davs after dat.
plication to Hi
Commissioner
for 11 special license
away timber from the following described lands, situated in the Kast
Kootenay district. Commencing at a
post plained on the west bank of the
Elk River, neatly opposite the mouth
of the Michel 'Creek marked "J.
Strong's N. 13. corner " running west
10 chains, Ihence soulh 100 chains,
thence east lo the west bank of ihr
Klk River, tin nee north to the place
uf commencement.
John Strong,
Located June 13th, 11105.
13-41
II lintels.
WHOLtSALE "
A.C. BOWNESS ii
Cranbrook, 11. C.
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Vi.  It.  IIKATTY,
I'l'N'Kll.ll, IIIHKlTlllt,
CltANUROOK, II. 0.
TELEPHONE US
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DR. F. E. KINO
DLNIISI'
Ol'K'l' IIOtlRSl
H t.i 13 i, 111.
I io ,1}, m,
7 ,n fl 11   III.
t rfMiilRnce on Armfltrong
CKASBROOK, B. C.
.1. (i. CUMMINQS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
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I. O. G
M.-i'Is I'vi'iv   Friiliiy
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MUSIC
HlSl.,11', TMCbd Uf Ilu- I'lu,Hilar,r
Special atU'iiilon to loucb, itch,
nlque, phrasing anil gia_ing ol atudlea
Apply at residence on Butw.ll ive.
VV. P. (lllk'l),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
UKANHKUlIk,   HKITiSI!   CUI.UMUI*.
j. H. THOriPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C.
HARVKY & McCARTER.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
tlaiell Block Cranbrook, B C.
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DRS. KINli (t 0RP.EN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
ottice .i Residence, .fmairont A...
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:     Dr. Connolly, j
Physician And Surgeon ,,
'' Olliee on Armstrong Avenue
i  I * I «■ i •♦ I t  I •«' I "i> 1 * I * I '8* I * I -
DR. P. B. MILES
DNRTIST
,1't If'l-'. Illll'lll;
III,',. Ill ..l.l piwlofl 1,1,.. k
UUANUKOOK, ll. C
THE   HORSE'S  PLEA
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1,1. III.' pldll, H|...,a ll... mil.
Anil in i-iitii- ,il i.ii-1, In-HH call lip
III.   CUIISS   vi.tiikiNAitv sur.mil>.
uk. uttiss, M mm |)KNI|S|
CkAi-lHKI.I.K, II C, I'lliinr  il
FERNIE
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers,
and Surveyors, •'
CRANBROOK, B. &'
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P. L. S.
J. T. LAIDLAW, M. E, THK   CI.ANIO.OOK    IIERAI.ll
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READ   WHAT   WE  ARE   DOING   THIS   WEEK
EVHRY  BOY
Under Boven yours of
age wbo can it'll ns
ou wlmt page nt' the
iLt;iM our tulil is ou
we will L'ivo
FREE
five it'iitsi worth »f
hint ut thr stun*.
FATHERS
Show ilu- Iiul,. "oiks
whoro to H,„l our ntlil
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We Imve just nol in
u Inryi' sliM-k ..l'l» ..ill
il',,1 i-iirrinuoa, Anj
wtimtiti  i,.t,-r*—l.-.l   in
BUl-ll will   ill,    ,,,11   I,,
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OR NO MONEY
Wo  run   _ii|,|,lv ynu
uilli ;i Uuby C'urriiun,
REMEMBER
UV are fust SHcnriiiK
Ihe trade, fall ami
Ifiirii the reiutuu wli)
LOW PRICES
ia "iir wen{xiii
THI: PRICES
At onr store ia what
brings tin* people,
W'hv nol '■ iin.' with
tht. inr
If vim wnttta H.iLy
Onrringe nr a I lo-wirl
and bave not tin-
MONEY
call an.l  bop .vital ur-
i.iiilii-iiii-IiIs    u<-    .-an
niitKi-
ItAlt'   QO-CARTS
We  lava  ulao  nol a
HOW   supply   nf   l|„.B,.
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r..-lli„m f||at; u,-| j0|lra
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MOTHERS
T.-.k.- ,,il.-i.-st .-iit,n;:li
i„ your liltl,- fnika to
allow liti'iii   uii.-ia- t,.
lin.l ..111 ...l.l     Ui -;,„-
tinxioua tu tii-ut id, in
all.
EVERY tilRI.
I'lluVr fitftit y.a,-,,.,'
;,t!»' nli., ran till ns
'„, wlllll pa..- i.l tin,
Hornlil uur mid i_..u
we will Kivi..
FREE
i'n nla   worth  of
i-lini-olnl.-s at our .-lure
CRANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE  STORES ■mis
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Silk Waists
25 per cent Discount
......
{ Ladies' Silk waists in black, white,
} cardinal, mvy* blue, sky blue, green and
{ pink, all this years styles, Taffeta Pcau
i De Soire and Jap Taffeta at 25 per cent
discount.
$10.00 for 7.50
9.00 for (I.7.S
7.00 for 5.25
5.00 for 3.75
$12.00 for 9.00
8.00 for 0.00
6.00 for 4.50
4.50 for 3.40
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P.ckcd  Up Aboui lbe City   by  And ing
Questions of Many People.
Head our ad.   Patmore Bros.
Well, are you going to Portland ?
Win. t'urliu, ol Fort Steele, was a
Sunday visitor.
Thomas Caven made a business trip
to Yahk .Monday.
Wilson, ihe jeweler, lius just received a nice line ol .silver novelties.
Wm. Itoss,  .M.P.I'., of Fernie,    wa
in town Sunday.
T, McVittie   and   wife   were   ove
Irom Steele Saturday.
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Mis. .'. Vi. .Inliiistim ami chlldrrt,
vlsilcd in l.iu-ii oi,', Sunday.
For Suit'—Business blni'k; center ol
ll.e town; J1 ll,,,.   See Hutch,
Mi. tin,luu, ol Campbell's store,
.Mnyi,', sp, in Sunday iu the city.
J. A. Iliiiilirinii. ,,i llarysville,
spent '.Sunday with lus sfslci licic.
.1. A. .Mi'.iil,.,,,,, of Marysville, was
in town ilia first of the week.
l-.iluald Sproule has been appointed
ii jusiae ul the peai-c at Marysville
II    i"   rent.    Apply   lo IV. I'.
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Moyie     ».,-    here   .,,. business    this
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I .' Iriinl offices, s.'.vii.l lluul Walts
block, lui lent Appi) to Mighton ,\
Kelsall. 7-tl
Mi and liis tleo lloggaiilt anil
111,   mills  a,,-.,-    !■',.,I  Steele  lisltots
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die, M,i,i!i.i,n. .,, Itynn, was
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Itwooil, ol Moyie, spent .1
,s ,n Craiibrook Uus week
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Saw and Planing Mills
All   Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Midstream
capable    with   childtv
203,  I'orl   irtluir, Oni
ih ' Orangemen ut Cranbiook Will
celebrate the famous Battle of the
Hoyuc mi the 12th of next month
Surrounding I.. 0 I. '■■ have been In
vttetl in loin m ilu- demonstration.
II yon want a lurnacc real hud,
you Mani 11 real Rood. This is ihu
"Sunshine'1 (in mice   Burns hmd   or
suit   . i.iil,  coke ol   wood.
Patmore lints.
V K Slddons, late ol the liim ol
Manning A Slddons here, and who is
now engaged in a profitable hardware
business at Moose Jaw, Ik in lown
al pres. ul closing up his business at'
.1 vi Vgncw wcni to Jaffray on
Tub daj
Dave I Imn was ip Irom lloyle
this week
ll.. - ■■  tu    I.:.',   in   H..-. i.   u ,     first
. L.        \pplj at thu. olliee
<>    \   Knij   Ka   .. vi Uui  lu Fernie
Sin  l..v
Ui  . Kuti     U.....1.   i, in i Wardnei
1: Irp-ls   llll.   WCI .-
Ui . S Mill, i nl i'i' io|i i Ilia
giii-at ol Mis    I     \   r,,i, \
Miss .slieph i.i i,| Wardner, was a
I'Liiihio ik ■ i--.it.,i  this week.
Wm. tlregorj lias moved Intn his
new icsi.lttic- in Hnkei   Hill.
Uavc lltvekenridge did business Ior
ih,- Crows Nesl Pass I.umhui com-
paii)  in Cranbrook lliis week
11. i: itc.iiir and wm- returned
TucMlti) trutii llicii \i dl to Un-
coast, and report a splendid trip.
i: Itoss, turmcrlj cai fnieiiiau nl
I-Viiii,, Ins in-, ii iransfcrred lo Sir-
.i.ii J. .lens.n lakes ihe position at
Kernle.
Wanted, hy a young lady, position
.is stenographer. Flrstclass refer
Bucfs.   Apply io Herald,
.1. Corey, who lias been operating
here tor a short time, lell Tuesdaj
for St. Marys, where he will resume
bis duties wllh lhe C,  I'. K.
Mrs. KeilWlck, who has been ill ill
the hospital i.u some lime, has been
removed in the home oi h.-i brother,
James Itynn, an.l is improving slowly.
II.   A.    r wail,  nf  the Hank    ul
Commerce, has been transferred Horn
Cr..m.rt.ok to Kamloops, Ile i-s sue*
a tsleti bt re by A. 1'. Nor man, oi
Nanalmo.
The English church has been treated
lo a new dress of paint and a new
fence has been elected around tho
gn un.ts These Improvements add
greatly to lbe appearance ol the property.'
Iluy live acre lots in South Cranhrook; they ate going fast. "Hutch,"
sole agent.
T. D. Cavcn has started building
operations nn his new hotel at Spokane Junction. Tom allows that there
ii'id hr no shelterless nor hungry In
the district when the new - home " i*-
completed.
Tin- dale of the Football Assncla
lion smoker lias hem changed from
Friday, the 33nl, to Monday, thi
-Uili, so as not to coulllcl with tin
scli.ml coticci! On that evening tin
cup and lhc gold and silvei mednb
will  he presented    to  the victorlom
The Imperial Hank nf Canada i-
iii.w settled In its new .pun lers hi
lhc old Ileal tie store, and hns a vcrj
attractive, roomj building, with exeelleul iti!eii.>i airnngeiiients and
modern olllce lltllngs The Imperial
si.iti lias every reason lo leel proud
ul iis new home.
glc   Was   Up   Muni     l.\.H
was here Iiom  Fernie
down n..in Bayard
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Loyal Orange Lodge, No 1*71, will
.ittiii.l divine service at Dig Method*
ist church ,m Sunday,  July fllh,    at
il  o'clock         The members an
requested In meet nl the Oddfellows
hall al 10 o'clock \ isiling brethren .ne invited to join 111 the tiiiircli
and   tlevtltiolial  exercises.
\l. Mclnnls, while in town last
week, was called hack lo Calgary on
Recount ol the death uf his mother-in-
law, Mrs McArthur, who passed
awaj nn the I Ith Inst. Deceased
hail' reached Hi-' >'i|»' "Id nge of 8*1
years, and had been n resident in
Western Canada since insi. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs. Malcolm
Mclnnls, of Calgary, and Mrs. Mc-
Crlmmon, ol ItXImontou, also ihree
sons, iwo ol whom are living in the
west and one iu New Zealand.
Are you building a home? If so
you want a furnace. We handle lhc
"Sunshine" furnace, (iives perfect
satisfaction, Patmore Bios.
Harris Bros., the butchers, moved
into   their   new    quarters    on Arm
fiotel *
J. R. DOWNES,
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;i|         All ileacrlpl inns nf ul  .j.
!•'• wiirl lerluki'ii,  Orilem left 'X
„i pni-.ni ciosins up ins nusiness „i- „ aV(.nm, U). |irsl o| „1(, W1,ek
fans.     Next week he will return    In   .,,,,„ „(.w    Mm      ,, a„ L>n)argcnien,
lira priilrlo town with his latnlly    to <n4   |,,)|u.0V(mi(mt on   „u,  0tt* Htanrt
reside permancntl)-, >nd   was  npc0SSlirj, ,,,   aCcoiii. lale
X I Pr-lrv-i*. r^-nrlc '''I l*"ver" "' strawberrliis should get| the growing business „f this enter-
... J. JuAjyar JL/dVlo ... ihch supply nt Irull lor preserving prising firm. The ground floor in u«cd
v • *:*   litis week.    The licrry is now in   Uh'entirely f,„   tho meat  market,    and
People of South East Koot- ;i; ni
enay who visit Victoria sliou'd -jl       ''   " Mt'UHTDK'S
not fail to visit Goldstream. ** | wiii mvWu l"'""'1"""""{'"
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It is the tourist's paradise.        I .i<.^.HvH'*<"X^*H":»:»:«H
prune,     You should nol wall for the consists ol a Hue display window ami
last pickings.    Hy giving your orders  excellently     finished     salesroom    in
to 0, T. Itogers you   cau have    the  front, wiih lhe olliee and the sausage
berries   shipped direct    the same day'making room in the rear,  the latter
as picked,  fresh and delicious    from  business   being simplified    hy the in-
the berry field, or If more convenient  stailation of a water motor.   A neat,
place   your order with   the Express  dean, capacious cellar has also been
messenger   for   Wlgcu's selected her- completed,   with    elevator    attach-
ties and   Ihey  will  be sent   to    you   mints    for   facilitating  the Inuidlinj
C, O.  ll.,    price W.'iU per crate    for   of lhe stuck.     The second si.ny  is i
selected Irull at. Wilkes.   "Unman"   large   airy    loom 2-lxflf)   feel,  mn.i.
mi   extraordinary    large    and   sweet   suitable as a lodge room or   public land enjoy life,"   he says.     Mr. Itot-
licity,   lln-  like   of  which  yuu   never   hall, and as such it shall probably he   tins also has a glowing description ol
saw before, most suited for    private  rented.     The   new    Mat iis   building I the crops this year in Manitoba and
parlies,   picnics,    etc.      Price $3.50 has been erected  on careful   and sen-  lhe    Northwest.      lie   declares   the
per crate, of 21 boxes, at Wilkes, B.  slide plans, backed up hy good work-1 yield this year is going to smash all
C—O. J. Wigcn, P.O. Cresloii, H.C.    maiiship, and is a credit to the town,   previous records.
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,i   Harrison
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!■' ball   wllh   Fernie    tu-murro*
afternoon
,i n Hillings returned (ruin lhu
i.i.ist Tuesday
\\ k Smith, ..i Sirdar, wns in
town this week,
1-. u Kelsall was a WattshiiiB
• isituj ovei Sui.day.
l'. Foote was a MMttn from Marysville during Ilu  Week,
.1,,in, Harris is had, from lhe
'Maine (o|  a ii-v.  days.
Corey How, the Wardner link ol
the law, is in town this week.
Jerry Boyce was down from Calgary ,i couple ot days tins Week.
Mr, and Mrs, Whitehead, "I Moyie,
Were Crnubrouk visitors Sunday.
Have you secured join tickel tin
ihe (outball smoker Monday even*
ing ?
Six roomed furnished house on Maker hill io rent for summer. Apply _.t
Herald Olliee.
Harry Bradford, the Bayard hotel
magnate, visited the city this week
on business.
Amateur photographers will find
something of interest in Chas. E,
Keid A Co.'s ad.
The only Harry O'Connor, ol
Winnipeg, circulated among his numerous Craubrook friends this week
Don't forget aboil t i ha 1 S t raw -
berry social and apron sale in the
Presbyterian chinch nest Thursday
night.
J. Hambley, lale of Poplat Creek,
has upiiied up a slock bi dry goods,
etc., in Harris Bros.' old stand on
Armstrong avenue.
The business ol VV. H. Wilson, the
jeweler, has increased so o( Ian* thai
lie tinds it necessary to add utiothei
workman to his sl.itl.
The annual Corpus Christ! celebration is being held at lhc Sl. Kugenu
mission to-day, und quite a number
from Cranbiook are in attendance.
Mr. Vance, a missionary from Toronto,* arrived in the city last Saturday and has taken charge of ihe
work at Kimberley imdei Uev A, P
Westniau, of Craiibrook,
Wanted       III      once. —A       lil.sl-i'lasa
watch repairer. None oilier hul an
Al man need apply. Anyone knowing oi such a man Would do a favor
by  notifying VV. II   Wilson,   Jeweler.
i;t-ti
The   K, i.i   p.'s turned out thnty-
e strong lasi Sunday evening   ami
marched to ihe Baptist church, where
Rev. Sloat   preached a very appropriate and Impressive sermon.
A sitawhctiy social and apion sale
will he held iu the Preslfyteii-aii
elnnch on Thursday evening, June
20th, at 8 o'clock. li will he a
winner so far as a good time is eon
cerned.
The schools close fot the holidays
this week, and the children are accordingly joyful The youngsters
will now have two months of freedom
from the cans o( .'dates and hooks,
ami will have heaps of fun fishing,
swimming, leasing th e baby and
bothering mother.
The second annual concur) of the
Cranhrook Public Schools will be
held in Wentworth Halt Friday even-
lug, June 23rd, at fc o'clock. The
Cranhrook orchestra will rendei several selections and n splendid programme of songs, dialogues, fancy
drills and dances has been prepared.
Admission 60 cent-.. Seats may be
reserved without exlra charge. Plan
at Beattie\s Drug Stole.
Will Rollins, of the Went woi tlii
Imiel, returned Tuesday from his
visit nl several weeks In the old I
home back east. It was Will's first
visit for several years, and although
he found many changes l.ucau wns j
about the same dear, old place as of
yore and the Lucuii hoys aie all j
happy and prosperous. The white
school and the red ham were still!
fainilar landmarks, and lhe singing!
class and Young People's Society
were sliil nourishing. Still, also,'
did the oldest inhabitant and the [
aged historian pour tales ol pioneer
deeds ol chivalry and of valor into
the eager ears ol the sturdy SWain
at the corner grocery and lown pump
gatherings. Aside from this, how-1
ever, Mr, Boll Ins overflows with
praises of the east, and says its back
to the olil stamping grounds (or his,
whm   the   stake   is   large   enough.
There's   where you   see something;
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Toilet Soaps
We carry good quality asaortmenl ul toilet sc
Nothing very expensive bui .ill KO,,J.
Hazel all, I'jc pyr bu.x, Cream oatmeal, rAk ptr box
Witch Hazel, 25c per box, Carnation 35c per box,
Wheat Bran -tic pcr box.   See our show cases,
ips.
G. T. ROGERS
FANCV ANI. STAPLE (IROCBRIBS AMI CROCKERY
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THE SUCCESS OF OUR SALE has been more
than we had ever hoped for. But could it well be
otherwise, with goods selling for less than one halt
their actual worth. Imagine 12 Men's Linen Collars $1.00; II Pair all all-wool Sox for $1.00: all
up to date all-wool Men's Suits $4.q_>: a genuine
Box Call Shoe woith $3.50 for $1,45, and all
other goods in the same proportion. Jt .* _* .* jl
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other day on the H. M. S, Campat
and during 7iis enure trip across the
Atlantic was in constant communication with both England and the United States hy wireless telegraphy. He
will immediately proceed to Poldl _
foi the purpose of Installing Ins latest high-power apparatus similar tu
the one recently installed a\ Glace
Bay, at l.'ape Ureton.
A wireless service between England
and America will become a tact within a v.-ry few weeks MARCONI
SECURITIES will advance rapidly
when this service is inaugurated —
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We Have
Bath tubs of all kinds, Enameled Cast I
Iron, Steel Clad, Duplex, Enaineline.        |
Also Lavatories, Low Down Closets,  Sinks, etc. *f
All installation work lirst class.
J. D. McBRIDEj
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Rough and ,1,..«__,!
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mni.NsioNs
Also ull  kinds of
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Cranbrook, B.C.
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Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.   AsK for CranbrooK
Beerand insist on having it.
The Cranbrook Brewing QL MaJting Co. Lid.
Also Manufacturers of a.11 kinds of Aerated Walters.
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H. I. Stephen*
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Morrissey Mines is still
turning out Its usual quota
nl coal. The big Alexandra
hotel is still the best conducted hotel in East Kootenay. Your money's worth
at all limes.
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THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stepfieni tin,., ft Cu., Owners nnj,l'r„prlciura,
Morrissey Mines, B. L.
H. I.. Slephcns
Morrissey is the place to
take the Great Northern
train for Spokane-the
time is 12 hrs.; 24 hrs.
to Seattle; 32 hrs. to
Vancouver di ■.* <* .«
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Bill WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens Bros., Owner, and Proprietors,
Morrisscy Junction, B. C.
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NOTHING
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HARRIS BROTHERS
But Choice Meats is
cut up over our block.
For quality and good
service, send your
Meat Orders in to
us.
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CHENETTE & NEAL, Proprietors
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St. Marys valley. ..■* Commodious Sample Rooms.,
T1MBERLANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Co-
umbia 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.
iiiuiia iiiiiI further iiiirtii'iilurs apply to the following
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THEY
are new
are swell
The photographic mounts
iustin at the PREST t*HO-
: TO CO. Studio where every-
: thing in photography is up
to the minute.
Prest Photo Co.
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(From the Leader.)
Mrs. E, 11. llill and Mrs. Jelterson,
lu-r sinter, left Wednesday fur Gotler-
Iclt, uut., to visit their old home.
The marriage ol Miss Jane Moore,
lo Mr. .Inlm Uarby.shite, of Creston,
is 111111011111111 to lake place on July
iiitli.    Miss Moore is well and lavor-
ably    Kiinttii iu    Moyie,  wliere She   at
..ne time Ma-, a teaetit-l   iu tllO school
Dave Elmer and Charlie Diamond
succeeded lu catching 50 trout In a
lew hours lasi Saturday; Tliey wero
fishing In tlie uppei Moyie lake oppos
lit* tlif Itiotilli ol l.allili iieek.
The Leader was published ;t day
eat)let thap usual tins week. The
editor is leaving lot 1'orlland tn Lake
iu the fail, and will he away lot „
week or ten ilaya.
AMiTllKU l)i\ UHONl).
The St. Eugene, tin- greatest ol all
ilu- paying mines m ilu* Kootenays
will declurea dividend ol $711,01111 ur
two cents a share on July Lst. Since
(.ho beginning oi the Pfc-scut year, the
si. Kugene has netted the following
profits: January, f-13.000 ; February, $-12,000 i March, $70,000 , April,
$00,000 ; May over $70,000.
CKLKHKVriOS 1'lttKiKAM IS   AK-
lUNOI'H),
Movie, will   hold a bumper ccle-bra-
lion on Dominion Day.   The program
will   he longer  and the events  mul
interesting thuii at any previous eel
In nl it.it hi'ld here.     The committee is
doing excellent work in raising t Is
ami   arranging   llie purses, ele.     AI
their meeting Wednesday evening the
[allowing program was agreed upon:
1st.  2ml.
I—Children's   sports     $30  $    $
2—lllll yard foot  race          7    .1
3—Broad   jump            5    2
i—Sack race          5   i
5—Fat man's raee ...100 W, 11. cigars
ii—Putting stone            5    1
7—Potato raee          S    tl
8—Hose reel    raee    llaivie cup
0—Logrolling   contest         16    a
Ul—Tic making contest       15  lu
11—(.'hupping contest            7    ;*l
li—Shooting contest  Silver cup
13—Drilling contest         75  25
14—Boat rate        10    u
15—Tug-ol-war         50
The sports will begin as soon alter
lunch as possible. A special train
will he arranged to run from Cranhrook iu the morning ami return late
in the evening, so thai the visitors
may be able to spend all day here.
Manager Cronin, of the St. Kugene,
will close down the mine and mill
that day il the majority of the men
are iu favor of it, and the management of the Moyie Lumber company
will likely do the Same thing.
The band buys will give a dame in
ihe evening iu Eagle hall; TlcWtS $1
Including supper.
Those wbo come to Moyie on thai
day are assured ot having a good
tune. The program will be Interesting and it is the intention ol the committee to not have a dull moment.
There will be good hotel accomodations, and plenty of boats for those
who wish to go on tho lake. So Come
ami enjoy yourselves.
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Michel.
A marriage li.
the Kernle olliee
Fred. It. Mou-y .
lell. Iioih ..I  Mil
Mrs. L. H. Pi
lot   Dgdensburg,
eiisfl -..as Issued at
..ti Wednesday t,.
n.l Mt*,. 1..'.mm (id
ot, North Dakota,
octoi leaves la-da)
v \ . to see    in-!
daughter
tor's depi
will take
Ciorr.e
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Dorothy prioi   to   the
tun' (nr England when
t college course.
Pedlar,   principal   ol
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lust See I low it Feels
to be Satisfied
Stop at the
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.,1 l'..,ll,„„l. („.• , mid nltiuwiinl
limy b,, lo I'llk'iigu ..„ ,i visit.
Mr, I'.,,t.u, ,i s,'..,,li„i.,„
us iliivcr ut   Coal fuel, iiiui.
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local lllllll ugi.'iits:
v'. Hyiln Baker, Cranbrook, 1
I. H. Wilson, Wardner, B. O,
B. R. Bruce, Wilmer, B. O.
E, Miilluniliiiiie, Jr., Creston, B, C.
H. & M. Bird, Nelson, B. C.   .
Or to
J. 5. DENNIS,
llritish Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
When You
Clean House
Bring your curtains and
carpets to us for washing.
Wn nuiki' n api'i'inUy of wash.
intfC. P. U.ovoftilia.
No Chinamen  employed
Crows Nest
Sleam Laundry j
SLATER & McPlHili, Proprietors 5
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FERNIE.
Ilhel
THICK HOUSES
arc all right to watch, bui not
drive.   The horaoswu itse in nnr
LIVERY SERVICE
an* selected for service as well m
show. Thoy are good lively road
sters that will carry you safely
there and back. E
ride wa ran supply ynu with a Rood
horse ami a proper carriage.
The liaitdlcy Livery Stables
(From the Free Press.)
Wing Kee, wbo runs a lar^ laundry
on Baker street, was summoned on
Wednesday to answer to an infringement of by-law No. in, In that an
employee expcetoralTd on lhe clothes
while Ironlngi Sim Pooii, the man
himself, admitted the offense and also
lhat he was aware of lbe by-law.
Chief Warring swore that he gave
Wing Ken a warning six weeks previous. Ile paid a tliiu of $fi uml
cosls.
K. .1. Watson was ni t-raiibrouk
several days Ihis week.
Mrs. lligglns returned from a vlsll
wiih friends at Moyie.
II. I). Moiiriinaii, formerly or Fer
nie, has successfully passed bis third
year iu medicine ai the Toronto University,
I lurry Hemihier, formerly of Ibis
plaee aud who now is managing a
llolel at Nlrdeu, Man., stayed off a
lay in two this week to look up lus
uld friends Itblleon his way to visit
lbe Portland lair.
Hi'lore His Honor Judge Putin al.
Nelson on Tuesday, Mcbeotl ol Fernie,
tharged wiih the theft of a watch,
through his counsel, S. S. Taylor,
pleaded not guilty and elected to be
tried by speedy trials. Trial was Used at Fernie oh July 7th. Hail was lo be
allowid at $500, accused in S'-ifiU  and   hem ,
one or more bondsmen in $860,  ■
The Michel mines have been work-! Victoria, June 20.—Charles II Hilling a little slack during the last few lions was formally charged with
weeks owing to the lack ol markets shooting with intent lo murder this
and the shortage of cars, and in con- morning, in lhc police court, lie
sentience tlie shortage space along the was remanded [ur a week to allow
coke ovens was stacked high with Mat-ready to appear in court. Hail
coke awaiting shipment. A large was not accepted nor was a plea "
order, said to lie 25 cars per day via
Lelhbridge and Great Falls has start-
- ed to reduce the. pile and the mines I If you want
Irivoora  iire -workiug more steadily. 'price, shoes
The formation ol
under
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even! i
f   lla vi
I Uu' Spatwi
ber company  lasl  Saturda)
all bis   property tu <i. (i.
The mill property is in soiiitM
a mix-up and Alt. Molfalt is i
gaged in getting ii stralghtei
1,. Herchmer is at   Spnmvoo
seating .Mi. Moffalt.
(From lbe Ledge.)
A boxing cuiitesl will com
the opera house ou Monday
June ltlib, between   U, Hut
Fernie,   and   J. Wllsi
Moat.
For some weeks a rumor has been
iu circulation ib.it the Coal company
will erect ami lease a club house ,i.
Coal Creek. It is said a large re
creation ball will be run in connect/Ion, uud some of lbe men assert thai
heer will be suld at live cents a
SChoOllcr.      This    rumor   is   imt    eon
firmed.
1). C. Cm bin, of Spokane, is here.
The Crows Nest Pass Coal company
are building new olllces, large enough
lo accommodate iheir Increasing busi
ness for some time to come. The
building will cover the complete
square hounded by t-lowland and Pel*
lutt aveiiuo antl Cox and Hanson
streets. They will he built with
cement blocks, and fitted up in a mod
em style. The work is already und
er way nnd will be rapidly pushed U
completion.
MERCHANTS I
Presh nud Cured McnU    £j
Froah   lish,  (lame  and t^j
Poultry, ffi
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Ut' inppl) oni) iin-' besl     >»ur   ,n
trade is lolklteil Hi
\£.\
Murki-is iti nil tlu' pri<nl*uil Inva-i   t,i'
In Itrlllfh L.iliinitiln A-t
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1905      NEW      1905
THIRTY THOUSAND MKN
WANTED    To     HARVEST    T
NORTHWEST CROPS
THIS YEAR.
Winnipeg, Juu
government has
report. While
only limited aci
■ an.—The Mniilloba
Issued ii.-> first crop
this report covers
cage ol the province,
its tendency may he taken as an Indication of the Northwest wheat
prospects generally. It is compiled
from"detailed reports of 975 correspondents; As regards acreage,
wheat shows au Increase ol 1! per
eetit, while there is also a substantial increase in oats and barley. All
grain crops are considerably more
forward than a year ago, and wheat
especially is well stoolcd out. The
total area under crop is as follows :
Wheal, 2,048,088; oats, 1,031,230;
barley, -132,208 , ollici crops, includ
ing flax, rye, peas, corn and grasses,
110,-lCI ; total, J,217,580 acres, showing nn increase of '103,177 acres,
The department ol agriculture esii-
mutfs average 'H\ bushels ol wheal
per acre, under present conditions,
whieh wuuld mean over D7,500,000
bushels uf wheal foe Manitoba alone
OHiclal estimates hnve nol been
made as to numbei or harvesters required to handle wlmt promises I., be
n record   crop, bui  tough estimates
approximate lo 30,000 nun, n    ■■ I
of whom must necessarily    bo
raw   foreign   labor, as Ihal tn.
can not be secured from Ontario
sin ii points.
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(itIN PI.W AT \ ICTORM
Victoria,
II. (iibhons
man,  wound
Vancouver!!
ti.v.,   June
a well klinwi
.1     ,1     II.    M.iu.'.i
In-day,   wllh
gun.      (lihliuns   charged    M
with   nllenatliig his   wife's al
The latter had just  nceompaii
home.     Qlhlioiis has n
i.-Chaili*
llt'Wsp.ipr
slu
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teretl.
to   get shoes at half
that   will wear and  of j
   __ _ gymnasium eluh  late pattern, go to "Scotty" McAr
   the instruction of Mr. Stanley thur's, at Sage's old stand.   lie   has1
Hrewer is a very- commendable  move some great bargains. 1
Thr most attractive Hue of
Wall Papers
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people visiting Spokane. All ft. C. papers on
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Rates Si and up.    Short Orders and Oysters
served in any style from H p. m, to 0 a. in.
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Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any time.   We arc on deck 25 hours
mil ol lhc 2-1 THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  8.
t'liANUItOOK.   BIUTISII   COLUMBIA,   TtHRSDAY.   .UNI.   20.   1005.
Nl   MISl.lt    11
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000        Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B .: W.M.Kl u, it.
Al KX. LAIRD, Ant, Gen'l Maiwgw
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISauii) AT  THE FOLIOWINQ RATES:
$5 ind under —     11 cent*
Ovir $5 and not en.ff.luij *10     C ceitm
"   $10     " "        $aa   iu cents
"   *3o     " "        »so   ...   is »nts
ihrsf Onler-t •re* I'uyuhk ul I'm* nl any ..lb.i- in (it inula ol -i Chartered Hank
(Yukon tacepted), and .u ilu* principal banking points In lhc I'liitt-il Slnlc*.
MOOTUIkl ht * HUP BATl m
THI*: CANADIAN HANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON, ESC.
'l'lity ful'iii mi li&ccllcnl method ut remitting miiiuM nimiis uf money
wllh Mui iv und ul -411111II cost.
CKANUROOK BRANCH
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CAPITAL
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J T. R. Mcrritt, Pits.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager _
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headaches, smarting lids, pain in eyeballs, other symptoms oi defective eyesight, disappear when accurately
fitted with glasses. By our methods we carefully and
accurately measure your delect, and promptly give
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The most comfortable house nnd the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply (or terms
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have just received a very satisfactory re- ^
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Ulesiern Oil * Coal Co.
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JK IDistancc lenos
Enchantment
to a great deal of the jewelry
- sold today. Not so with the
goods we sell. The closer you
examine them the better you
like them. We Invite an inspection.
Win. r. I ate cc Son, ubaduatk opticians
Official Watch Inspector! Grow, Nest I'lisn Division, C. P. K,
END OF THE
m.  1 FOOTBALL SEASON
CRANBROOK   CLOSED   IT  IN   A
BLAZE OF GASTRONOMIC
lil.iiiiY
\n ideal d.iv .ii spun ivas provided
when Fertile inft the Cranhrook team
■ li Frul.iv la^i in the leluiti football
in.itrh A perfect day, a large at*
tendance, ..inl ilu- keenest ion test
witnessed in i.H-si' pui la ioi several
hpasQim innrhfO the occasion rt.n,
Im-iik secured the hall at the outaet
nnd attacked ih.- Kernle goal Thauk-
.-i relieved nnd ["I ■••nu- in Um ten tbe
play waxed hoi In eon tie Hold, rlovci
work being dona bj  bull) teams with
Cl,inl)ii>..k   tn.j'.llv   in    lb,- aggressive
tin- result "i a rush lo 'hi- Kcruiu
ind w.r, .i long kick bj llendetsou,
which O Nell stopped hm not u. .i
iii.um.-i iu the ii'ifiei". liking, A
tin' kick Mn*. awarded ta Ki-nue aud
allei   a   lew   paBSCB   lhe  hull   was  put
put-1    |(i:.h..ji Seore,    Fcrnlo 1 :
Crnnbrook u. 1-Ma) lesumed with
both tent us playing conlldeiiily, ihe
FeiiNe loi ward line showing lip well
und Seoll nnd (irinuiiotid giving a
clever exhibition ol head work and
gootl kicking. Tho referee continued
the compliment of extending Iree
kieks to Fernie al Intervals, none,
however, of whieh resulted In the loss
ol goals to Crnnbrook, A number
ol splendid opportunities for scoring
were lost to Cranbrook through high
kicking on goal, bui at lust after
some pretty passing hy Turnbull ami
O'Neill the ball was put through.
Score, Fernie I Cranbrook 1.
Honors were evenly divided from now
on, the score remaining one all at
the end of the and one half hours actual play. Uy mutual consent play
was continued for an extra half hour.
Both teams .showed the result ol the
fast pace, but brilliant work was
maintained, Fernie finally seciiriug
another goal and with it the game.
Score, Fernie il : Cranbrook 1.
The teams lined up as follow-. :—
Cranbrook.—Goal, Dr. Bishop; lull
hacks, Scott, •Urliuiuond; half backs,
Worlldge, Stark, shanklin. forwards,
Baldwin, McLaren, O'Neill, Dick and
Turnbull.
Fernie—Goal, Thackri; full bucks,
spiers, Cartladge; half lucks, Nprris,
Hondorson, Gordon; foi wards, Ktub-
bert, Monroe, J. Siewait, T. Slew-
art and Huskiiiii
THR HAMJITT.
The people Ol Cranbiook, desuiuus
of showing proper appreciation of lhc
name of fuo-thall as well as to extend
the courtesies af lhe city to the
members of the visiting team, gave a
banquet in tbe evening at the Cran*
brook hotel, It was about half past
ten o'clock when the doors ol tbe
dining-room were thrown open and
the guests bid to enter. A pretty
scene was presented to view. Tlu-
handsome room wus brilliantly lighted ,ui l decorated foi the oecasuu:.
.m.i the tables were .manned hi the
form ol an hollow square open nl one
pmi \i the othei lhe loastmnstei
.in,! tin* speakers «'i the evening were
sealed, while to the right and left
were the othei gi|ests The tables
gleamed with glimmering glasses .m.i
seinlllating silver, while potted pulins
and budding (lowers added tlicit
beaut) to tbe scene Missis. Hog'
garth and Rollins demonstrated that
they understood tho art ol arrange-:
ing u banquet room, and many were
the words of praise uttered by the
delighted guests The local aa well
as the markets of largci cities were
drawn upon for the good things ot
this eai th and in cotca't'iicnce Ihere
never has hern a more palatable and
appetizing array ol edibles spread be-
loro the people of Cranhrook than at
that iiii.i*. ami it is needless to suy
Ihal lhe guests did full justice to the
ninny dellcnclcs of ihr banquet board,
When the tables had been cleared and
gars lighted, It !■:. Beattie, ihat
prince ol banquet chairmen arose and
asked nil t.i drink to the toast of the
King. Then followed a programme
lhat was leplete with song and
hiniii'i, reason and thyme, nnd at thu
close all Joined in lhc national anthem ami left for thell homes fcollnj)
thai ihu evening hud been a great
siieciss. Following 1» lhc program :
Our Guesis.
Song         Martin Dick
The Ladles, ('has. Smith, Mr. Mercei
Banjo Solo Frank Lewis
Football  ...  A. M. Black, ,1. Burton
The Old Couptry   .'	
  fi. T. Rogers, A. McCowan
Song     Art. Black
Canada 	
  Br. J, II. King. A. II. Bagel
Song Art. Shanklin
Kast Kootenay 	
...F. E. Simpson, John Hutchison
AWARDING THE CUP AND
MEDALS.
On Monday evening there was a
smoker held at Wentworth hall for
the purpose of awarding the Beattie
cup and the medals given by Messrs.
Mighton A Kelsall and .lohu Hutchison and A. M. Black. F. E, Simp-
sou presided and those present listen-
eh to the following program :—
Piano Solo   Mr. Cann
Song    Mr. Dick
Song  Mr. Shanklin
Bone Solo   Mr. Kember
Pbunnygtami
Banjo Solo
Song
Recitation
Mr.   HtttebiS0<l
Ml    Sttwutd
Mr,  A   l.lwt-H
Mt   Black
The Town team, the winner-, lo the
league tournament, consisting ul the
following named gentlemen, 091 called iu the platform t> ihu chairman
Messrs, It Baldwin. O'Nell, li.tr.-
bull, McLaren, Dick. Moore, ffoi-
litlgc, Chalmers, Edmondson, s Baldwin and Ferguson The Beattie cup
was presented by the chairman uiu!
afterward the gold medals given by
Messrs Mighton a Kelsell Mi
Turnbull replied m behall ol ihv team
in a ver) befit ting mannci
The C. P   it  Shops team," ennsist
ihg nl   ihr   following named   parties
were tbeu   called   i"   the pi. rturm
Messis     Shanklin,   Seville,   Sairell,
■Aheb.ll,     Long,     Boyes,    Caldwell
Hi s     Thompson       Abb'fj     and
Wilght, This nam won second place
,uid ihe chairman presented the sllvei
medals, presented its Messrs. Hutchl-
tiun and Black, and Mi Slwpklin re
piled in behalf ol the club
THE CORBIN ROAD
EQCIPMKXT      is     BEING    PCR-
CIIASED-ALL FIRST-CLASS,
Speaking ol ilu- equipment ol Ins
new load, the Spokane International,
li. (\ Corbln, the promoter said ;
*'I have ordered twelve new locomotives—eight of the elghj wke.\
consolidated type, weighing 85 ions
un the drivers, costing $18,1)00 each,
(or freight service. Then I have
ordered four passenger engines,
weighing 80 toils on the drivers uu!
costing $15,000 each. They nre being made by ilu* Rogers Locomotive
works, for delivery next Sprlpg.
"I am receiving socelfictttloiis for
passenger equipment, and I shall gel
nothing bm first-class coach's. Offers of second haud ears have been
flooding me, but I won't buy anything of that sort.
"As the Canadian Pacific will run
its through sleepers and dining cars
into Spokane over tbe Spokane International Uie Canadian Pacific railway will furnish that line of equipment.
"Freight curs will be ot heavy,
modern type. 1 shall have boxcars
iu leet long that can carry 40 tons.
Tlie road, however, will not need
many cars, except some Hat cars,
uitiil next spring, when it should be
running.
"We h*ve contracted lor steel rails
ut Buffalo, and they will befl sMpped
by the lakes to Fort William, Ontario, where tbey will be taken over
by the Canadian Pacific for delivery
to us. Work is going ahead ou tbe
Canadian Pacific's short line to meet
ours at the international boundary on
the Moyie river, and the grade there
should lie ready for the laying of
sleel in August. We are using 72
pound steel for most it IW rwiltt iit>e
and Mi pound rails for some of the
heaviest sections. The road wj||
have a maximum grade of 1-3 per
cent, except lor ,1 short stretch easl
.it Bonners ferry, where it turns into
the Movie river. There the grude
reaches l pet cent, but n slliglo helper
engine will be able to keep traffic
moving rapidly."
Mi. t'oibiu, who js buying ull his
own right-of-way and terminuls, without asking a cent of bonus or aid
irom the public, said : "I figured but
that if this road couldn't afford to
buy its own rtght-of-wny it wasn't u
proposition worth going into, and 1
know how much business men buve
been anno.eil ami embarrassed by
requests for bonuses and gifts, so 1
Jcolded to go ahead and buy terminals outright."
A BAD WRECK
FIREMAN GEORGE GRANT   DIES
FROM EFFECTS OF SCALDING HV STEAM.
Lust Monday morning Ihe east
hound passenger train with Conductor Corey in charge ran into a rock
slide four miles east of Frank The
engine, mail nnd baggage cats were
derailed and wrecked hut none of the
pAssengcr coaches or passengers were
Injured, George Grant, tbe fireman,
was pinned down under the engine by
one hand being caught, und before he
could be rescued he was badly scalded by escaping steam. J. II. Cas-
lukc, the engineer, was thrown Irom
the cub window us the engine went
over nnd light-ed on his feet iu the
hush without the slightest Injury.
The train did nol reach Cranbrook
Until one o'clock next morning. Mr.
Caslak'e came down as a passenger.
Mr. Grant was taken to the hospital
at Frank where everything possible
was done tor him, but he died about
2 o'clock the following morning. Iu
Cranbrook, where the deceased had
so many friends, the news of the accident, and his death, gave rise to an
intense feeling of sorrow. The remains were sent back lo Wolseley,
Assa., where his people reside.
CONTRACTORS WANTED.
The undersigned will pay tbe highest price for logs delivered at Nelson
sawmill, will let contract and supply
the standing timber. Contractor
must supply himself with all necessary equipment. For further particulars applv to the Kootenay River
Lumber Co.,' Nelson, B.C.       11-21
GOODERHAM'S %
MINES SOLD'
C   P   It   MEN    HI ^   WAR EAOl.t
CENTRE STAR AND ST
EftiKNE.
Toronto. -June 23 —The ru-einms
t>t tin- lute Geo (io.id.ltum, and
..tiler iiiWri-si-. intuited, have a"all-j
gi-d u sale ol ibv Wu.1 EugU-, Centre ]
Slat aud Sl. EujUjUi* mines, known 1
us the GuuitaWni and Blacks lock I
properties   m V.c..i ko.nriuy, to    a]
gioup of cufciUlM'. repleseiiUng the
'Flail simjjtvi. the C I'. R. coinpaiif
and ol he 1   iioDin^ inlrtcsls.
Thi- mints wt-ie |mi-lu..ol hy Good
1*1 ham und assuci^tfS nine years ago,
and miu.-d \i-wral people connected
with ihein. Others dioppcd oul, but
the lult.' (•eotj£L' Guodeihuiu *i-d T
(i BlucWloek, und one of two more
la-Id on, and look out low grade ore,
shipping it hy the C. P. ft. to tbe
Ttuil smeller, in whieh the railway
was inure*-.Ltd. No profits Have
been made for some tiuu* With
(ItKklcrltuin'.s recent death came the
necessity for a change. Ills |H.rsomil
capital kept things going but his estate could not be used to keep up the
cost of mining, transportation ami
reduction of ore. It is hoped that
the C. P. It, by reducing prolit on a,!
operations, and the price paid foe the
property, may make them pay. The
properties were sold at a great reduction of capital.
The purchasers of the War Eagle,
Centre Star and St. Eugene mines
are llirco C. P. R. directors, E. H.
Osier and W. D. Mathews, Toronto,
aud C. S. Hosmer; Montreal.
The price paid was $825,000 and
the condition was nude that hi the
event of a company being formed outside shareholders should receive equal
treatment.
Ef
MOYIE CELEBRATION
CRANBROOK WILL BE LARGELY
REPRESENTED.
Moyie people are making extensive
arrangements for celebrating the
first, and an interesting program has
bteo prepared. A great success Is
assured and Cranbrook will send a
large delegation.
For the benefit ot .those who may
desire to participate iu the sports
we publish tbe following from the
Moyie Leader :—
1st. 2nd.
$20   $    $
1   a
5   2
       5   2
100 W. B. cigars
         5     2
         5     0
1—Children's   sports
2—100 yard loot race
3—Broad   Jump   	
4—Sack race 	
5—Fat man's race
0—Putting stone
7—Potato race ...
llarvle cup
15 5
15 10
7    :t
Silver cup
75 25
tn    5
M—Hose reel   race   ...
o—Logrolling  contest
io—Tie nuking contest
11—Chopping contest
12—Shooting contest ..
Ll-Diilllng coutes't ....
11—Bout  race,          	
15—Tug-ol-war          50
Hi—High jump          7    2
17-Tuh raee          5    A
There were two voluntary cuntfl-
biit,ioiis'"fo 'the priTeTllst! J."V. M.
Pinkhum, manager of the Imperial
Bank of Canada, Cranbtook, has
given $Hl to be added to tho pi./c
fi.r tbe drilling contest, mA M. A.
Beule, Cranhrook, has given $"» lo be
added to the 100 yard Uvk race.
Much interest will renter on the
drilling contest and the boy; aie already getting in shape for it. Then
the hose reel race between the Moyie
and Cranhrook teams will prove a
good attraction, as will also the tug
ol war and shooting contest.
The committee in charge of the
day's sports will be about us fellows :—
Caledonian sports,—E. A. ;l'l.
Children's sports.—J. H. Hawke.
Lumbering.—A. P. Stephen ion and
II, Cameron.
Rose Reel race.—Henry Steward.
Drilling contest -11. H. Dimoc'..
Shooting contest.—R. Campbell
A grand ball will be given in the
evening by the band boys. As dancing will cease promptly at 12 o'clock,
110 lunch will be served, Tickets foi
the dance, wilt he $1 uud everybody
Is invited.
TATE A SON'S    BIG SAFE.
W. F. Tate. A Sou installed thell
big, new safe yesterday. ' It weighs
over 4,000 pounds, and i-s both burglar and tire proof, or as much so us
ib possible for modern science in safe
making can do in that direction. I'he
firm had a large safe before, but with
the increase in their stock, and more
especially tbe great increase iu the
watch repairing business, it hecaunnecessary to provide more safe room
tor the protection of theii patrons
This safe is one of the he-it made and
will bold forty trays of watches ami
jewelry. The man who leaves a
watch with this liim can rest assured that not only will the watch be
repaired in a workmanlike manner,
but that it will be kept safely at
night. These two points are important to people, fOr they neither
want their watch spoiled hor stolen.
Tbe big safe is another milestone in
the progress of Tate A Son, and is
material evidence ot tbe fact that
their hueiness is rapidly growing,
and that the growth is based on the
best ol foundations, absolute merit.
St:
I ink Bros.'
Ideal Teas
Every ounce is pure ,n..l
wliuloum., wilii a d.licioua
Hav.... It ti tltr perfect result ul scientific blending.
W. art- now unpacking
Ihf following teas und.r
uur own brand:
AM label, (Ceylon blend)   -   -   - 60c
Htm'.label, it'ii/luiihi,ml)   -   -   - .juv
Brown label, i'*t*«blend)-   -   - 40c
tin it pun tltr  .ilif
Spider-leg, iJupiini  50c
linen Ceylon  .a*",
Oeo. A. Slater'
cost only i lew cents more
than poor shoes, but they
wear very much longer. j4
They have style and torm
combined with comfort, j*
They give that stamp ol
exdusiveness and individuality lhat always distinguishes the well dressed man.
• ink   h it ii s
Next week a  great, big shipment of HATS,  direct
from John B. Stetson, Philadelphia.    All
the latest styles.
Also a large assortment of FANCY TOILET SETS
direct from England.
Money Back if Not Satisfied!
| Buy a Camera
And You Will
Never Lack Enjoyment
In the same cost there is nothing will give you
so much pleasure and delightful recreation as will the
purchase of a good Camera.
At a very reasonable price we can supply you
with a complete outfit from our large assortment of
Cameras and Photographers' supplies which will give
you entire satisfaction.
ARNOLD ft ROBERTS
Real Estate v
and Insurance
nre now located in their new office, north side of Baker street,
between flessrs. Tate and Wilson
Same Old 'Phone, j& No. 99
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J that your Job Printing is one of the most important factors in *
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•(KIl.ll.ritlllttlltlllKIIIHHltllllillltlltlik CUE   CRA.NBnOOK    HERALD
CRANBROOK  11 KHALI)
By Tbe HwM l*"blUlilng Compwiy
l.iunteil.
,t„' paperi ptluted
cnuiilci "ii I'"' PTe«»
£.A
EJltut Ud Maii.i_.cl-
.pel
nml ils   iji.ii.I
,,,  shown by  (Ih*
", Hi,- uaiiica on iu,- subscription
book, 'IV Hi'iaW iiii,„". Inspection
a. I,, any claim mail.- Where news
- .lu Una ilu' people liaie mn
.. .. believe ihat tbe are bona t„l>-
Vie uial,,' a guaiantir t!.__.. uui rlaini
„ right, in we will H'lmul tbe money
liaiit foi advertising
I., tin- business man tliat is business Tbe lli-ral.l siu-s a Jullai ol
value ,.., a dollar in money
i,„  u   Mctnttes.    Tha
spring ul lh"M a,"1   '"
meal 111,111.
teas ,1, tin-
Decenttiei   11J ul Uial  ,
lu  I'lalil.,,,").   ..,..1   luui,
hotel   thai hail beeu   I.
IOHIM,,,'   .a-iai'aa, I'll
ah.ni,   ,1 i.ly I,.,iiii,,,,.. n„ ,lit>   ilai
,l...t tmi., a,,.I i.....I ol Mi Ityan's
trieinls -...,.1 tlml I..- ivas ,ra/y lu
come to ., i'l..,-.- like this In, business
iu tin- I,..,. I line     Al  lite first
-,,i la- cuue
im;.- ..i lhe
„>i by tl,"
. hotel   »a,
Colombia  is    thele
The   uud   wind:
prettier ii„.' lorstory   bursting   in   all   dUeetions]
in   anil   out a „,d and creating considerable  bisvoo    ...,
great slant trees, while beneath ilu.i|n,c   enemy's camp.       However,   all
spu-adins branches there is a lotest j,r   Bennett's eloquence bu ,'"„"■ to
,,t lerns, Inclinllng .be dainty maiden „,„,Ei,t     Hyman has been elected I,.
bail variety.    The  l.oid  was  good -,riU malon,y m London, his ptevioiu
when be fixed „" U» vendure on   ihe majority having been but 33.
island  'ml   B» people   liviiiK   there     At the same time, we d,
nut know buw to fully appreciate tellstT"the Men ol Mi
ii       At   l.adysiiiiih    we   remained
hiee davs takiiiR pat. In the meeting ol lbe Grand Li-due ol Oddtcllows
snd enjoying the hospitality_ot   the
MOR.E    I HAN
1,000 a, Week
T
Tl...,  I
Ctroul.Uor,
brooh H.r.
Tho II."
, vnlno lo
what he
Tl,.' II.
m9'i?9~wv**?'&*i
Duncan Itoss won bis lij.ht for the
(Ireal Noil hen, anainsi the .'. I'. It.
Nov. a guarantee should be demanded
ui the (i. N thai lhe load will he
carried through to the coast and nol
made a feeder for 'tlie larger western
eiiies in the Stales.
The Herald has the circulation .,,
lhe right kind—it is a proved circulation. That is tin, kind lb.it gives
the advertisers tlu- best of it.
The bananas ale sliil safe.
Decency in polities is not obligatory b», it is a thousand times     ,-
hotel, l-'.w-iy n
Montreal to Vaiicouvci
Jim" and his twelve
talked ol io this day
■■•' ilu- country lo lhe other, i.„' ii
, well known llial lho house closed at 13 o'clock ,u night, no matte.
how milch money ,v„s being lake,, in
or how man) people might be talking
in tile olliee. An.l the man who came
around after llial li,.in lo net in generally I'ollll.l II I'lisial lo look Iol a
lied   suine     wlll'l'C  else.        AI   pl'OSenl
present Mi. Kj.in is ,u,t engaged ll,
any al'live lillslness, lie holds sub-
sianiiiil in,,',.mis In il,,, Kasl K
enay Lumber cnmpany, lhc Electric
company,   the Teh-phone eom-
,1,.'   SI.iii.I.iiiI    Luiiiber     Manila-   r,.ml ,.„.;,  Brewery,    the
Works   company ami   several
ininllei instil,,
Till.   I.I lll'l-l
'IT,.-    I' -„"l   "
Ibe ,'..,„l,l,'	
li,,i lumbei ,„'
the Ottawa ""'
saty ptotcciii
low:.  -
■"11,,. lumbei
very   .-.,,,.,1.,,
Slales.     Tl„'
thickly sel 11,-1
as timhei res,
liy
.1,, sTin.
ai,an   ilaaellbes
British Polum-
 la- tenson
i deny ,i ncccn
.- aptly as   foi
Can
„l.i
go
distant
1,1,1,1
largely
. ami  Is
,,,.,,1,,'t
I ,„„',1
1 more
liausted
impelled
Mia lllipi
supply ' ■'
lumber, lhe eastern
been buying ,'"„, '
and   Iroin ,1,.'   Unite
S,,'l ,1
state
States
.la liuyl
the We
Light
pany,
pany,
Water
till'!
Ill',- en
enjoys
many
iy, has a e,
Ins friends
more  yea,:
ntorti
who
1,1a ll.
,1 lall
pplllG
lakes
ie ami
,   him
ami
h
stem  slales
The Kas-
M removed,
• trade the)'
I,,-,     .lie.ll,,',
,.-..„ lumbei
por,
Ing
Work-
t'oasl
successfully
els    ami   01
,.\ great ,le,
of America.
mosl exclusively Iroi
ibe i.i,,ii ui [2 per tin
eign I I..-,   prohibits I
I,..,,,   buying ,,. ('..,,.ul.,
,,-,,, slates want Uus '
believing lhat uml
could   gel    L'anadl
than tbey now go
lion, out own Nol'lhwest.
"The existing duty on lumber
i-d by lho United Slales is w
greal 1,,-,,,-b,    lo I
lumber   inlelesls,   em,I,Iiul;   Ill.-ni      mil
only lo supply thu home demand and
lhe demand I  I'l., item slales, bin
to en,ei Canadian nnirk-
i.w.l ...ut Canadian mills.
I ..I Uu- suiplits product
nulls now lind its way
,„lo Canada, ami is able lo eon,,,ele
oven wilb the mills of Llritish Columbia, where there is as much nml as
fine tiinlier ns is lound In out own
Northwestern slates.
"Naturally the lumbermen „1 li.it-
ish Columbia kick, Their small nulls
huve been closed, and the profits of
the larger mills hnvo been materially
reduced,   jusl on   account of Ainerl
can   eneiaiael ■„!  upon  their    del,I.
That Is why they seek an import
tatilt on lumber. Uui Eastern Canada does nol ivanl such ., larill', ,,s
il. would Increase lho cost ol tr.uli
lumber, an,I they think Ihey now pay
enough, when thoy add lo tho cosl
the cost ,.l transportation. ITie Kast
in Canada, ns in ll.e United Slales,
wields the balance "I power, ..n.l e.
very apt lo provonl lhe enaelei'iil of
a lumber larilt, jusl .,-. tli.- la.Mieii,
states in the American congress will
be veiy quick to reduce or remove the
lumher tariff if they get the npti.r-
tunity."
EDITORIAL NOTES.
It is pleasing to note the manner
in which people who bave maligned
Oranhrook in tlie past, lull in line
and proclaim in a loud voice lhat
"Cranbrook is lhe commercial center" of this district. The Herald
has said it for seven years, and what
is more is proud of the fact that it
has been one of the factors lhat has
contributed to lbe success of Cranbrook. The Herald is still l„r Oranhrook.
Claims of circulation amount lo
little or nothing in Ihis day ami ago
unless lhe newspaper making the.
claims can oiler ample proof The
Herald claims over I,nun circulation,
The Herald remains as it always
lias Inv,,, Independent of cliques oi
factious. No man wuuld ilunk ol
asking lhe Herald lo take up a pell)
quarrel ut permit its columns to be
used iu givo unl tu personal -.pile
lhat is whal it-pulaliou does lul a
newspupei
Some people maintain that ever)
olhcc "holder has his price, the Herald has Liu much faith iu human,!)
tu believe such a statement., li is
ol the opinion llial there are men
ii, e oi liny dollars lu luduence then,
in their ollkclal action, neither cuulu
Who Would nut sloop tu take a petty
they lie inlluencsl- by~tht>""7int'T7„
what might be termed au at-tractivc
istiui of money. Thee are good men
in this world, and there ire \ lo,
I of them right here, in Kast Koolenay.
it is an *isy mai ter lul persons to
make accusal'ions in the beat ol* lhe
iu,,meul, ,„■ lo express opinions derogatory tu an individual, hul in
majority uf these cases there ;s
foundation for the statement.
prosperity
—f-
I  QBSl.RVATIONS \
a 1IY THK OLD
** 9r989'9999.'S«&«'6
On oui  trip   i" lhe
George  Beattie ..,   Re
is now proprietor ..i oi
ing drug a is In lha
iloiug a nourishing
also ,,..-, ..,. ,1a- »-,,
Mi. Anderson, editoi
stoke Herald. Mi ,1
strong imm physlenll:
Irom his paper he Is .
au editorial sms.-. 11
fidcntiull) llial bush
and  thai    ildvcrliscrs
MAX
199*91911
',..,.t we
clat.il.e.
i   of  the
«!*•'
radii ,, and is
,..•-,.. We
that lown
il,,- Revel-
so strong
told us cc
up thell
lhe   Ile
,,lllllH.)lllll.ll.«<Oi
willing lo i
the readers
got  oil    lb,
ran  ,„,>	
ellc, loi iuc,
Cranhrook.
man is np|
In heal Hi,
gained   nine  ounces
going lu the roasll
it,   as   llial     I,i,',,'.!
him any    physical
course we eo,,1,1 u,,
COIIVcr   IV i I ll. ill 1   see)
[colly
icach
,1.1.
As
Va
..l.l   In
i ul Sl.
Tbe    I
ma Hi
id   luld
,1..
bu  In
church
.vorcitd    gemb-
;ie,,llv  improved
,s lha,  be    laid
ii,    weight since
Ue arc glad ol
■ will mil  cause
disc,,,,,fori.      Ill
gn through' Van-
i  Tolll  Wellman.
ol ol Hn- Lelntid
est small hotels
nie he is
bout, him
Uial    la,ak,,l,|e   air    of
prosperity and although-one would
nei'cr gel him to say one word as to
what he was doing ur how il was
paying him, yel ilu- crowded dining-
room ami lbe big crowds going in and
nut of lbe bn,al all 11,0 iiiiii- tells
Ihe lale in lhe plain.-si kind of language, .liminy 11,inlet was another
former   reshhnl nf Cra,.brook   whom
Tom is in.
holel, one
Ihal eil
doing well
these davs
 'I'
lllC la
and win,
Ton, ci,
wc had  the   |
ilea.su
le  nl  slu
.king    by
the hand   Jh
nmy 1
....I.S   IW,
i or Ihree
years ynunge,
llin
ii he ili.l
when l„'
lell   lln-   linvi
,.  ami
llbal    M
lia.n-  be
mind   is   in„
nppy,
ih   il
ami Ilia'
sell         !•'
i suite .,1
ioii,  Van-
a  tnwi
full I <
ly «
that
he.
Tl.,- pin.
,11',,,'N.ls
\********\V****W***lt*+9*
One of the best known men
in t'ran'hrnok to-day, a pioneer
of the town, is James Hyatt, foi
.several years proprietor of the ("ran-
lm>ok hotel. Mr. Ryan was born in
Kings county, New Hnuiswick, the
birth place of many good Canadians
wlm have helped to build up the
west, iu the year of 1817. Like
many boys reared as lie was reared,
he went to school, worked on the
[arm and made himself generally useful until he was twenty years of age,
then he entered the employ of    the
ICnropean ami North American railway, now the Intercolonial) as station agent at Apohaqul,     For    live
years lie   remained   in    ihe railway
service and then quit, lor the reason
that   there    were   too    many   bosses,
so tlie friends of Mr. Kyan in t'ran-
brook can see that the characteristic
that marked him as a young man has
remained with him througb life   Kor
a lew years he clerked In stores   in
different towns in the east, and tltn
thought that he would follow the advice of Horace Oreely and go Wvftt,
which he did, arriving in Calvary in
1887.     He stayed there threo years
and   then    returned   east,  remaining
most ol the time in Boston.   In 1813
he returned to t'algary and took the
management of the   Hoyal hotel lor
Mrs.  Clark,  now proprietress ol  ilie
Queens   hotel   at   Nelson,     After   a
year of that he went to West Kootenay and was In the feed business at
New Denver with Frieze A Co., bin
in 189T> he returned to Calgary    and
again took charge ot the Royal hotel
that had   become    the   property   of
.lames Ueilly.     Alter  two years he
concluded to come to East Kootenay that was just getting tbe first
tasle ot its boom,   and   located    in
Fort Steele and took charge of   the*of IS miles, and no where iu British
lie
miners hy I
plate. Ihal
Stockclt, fi
Nest Pass
AI the |iH"
new law th
influence of
is a still.
prosperity
Maw
<  that
,[ Nan
dead
paid  In    ihe roal
cimipnny of that
charge   oi    Mr-
wllh th.'    Crows
impatij   "f  Fernie.
ir,  owing  i..     ihe
passpil niitlei    the
tt,   thete
i.s    the
promises
hoii,
ca i
n.l
to bring absolute ruin lo tli
There sivms to l.e lit lit- ehnnco for
settlement, .mil lib the average miner
saves very HI lie the general Condition of matters in the lown Is deplorable tu the extreme Nanalmo
is the heme ot Ilie silvei tongucd
"Billy" Mclmu's, who was recently
appoinled governor of the Yukon. M
the turn- we writ' there Mr, 'Melnnes
had hied himself to tin- wilds f.f \|-
l-eini'to say a fond farewell lo his
constituents, ll is said lhat Mr.
Melnnes will nnl resign ns yet, hut
will continue to hold hoth ofllces,
much to the discomfiture of Premier
McBride. From Nanalmo we went
i by carriage to l.adysmitli
.,[  that   town.   The     tc-
liuit   town  are great   en-
They  gave  the visitors
meals a day and seemed
it   your capacity
w less enthusiastic about!
Ft.nn Lady smith wo
lu-   i.nli..ad that  the   govern
hniii im   iKiiMinie,  throwing
i.tl million dollars worth    of
h,- would consent  io    accept
llroad,   and   started i"i   Vic
Inwi'i  end <<i  ihe island
.imn* bowei   oi   heautj
ibe year, .ind   big   "'I
lhiik   as pine coins   in
s      \t li an*- we saw
hniii.   V u> i     whu
lave   a   ii .i'.'.niruThl    hotel,    and an
■M.l.iiiU'M g   tt.dl       I'li.'i     Ida'.
s insi aei'oss tin' track fiom ilu
...i  ami t^ beaut)  al'tacts  th.* al
million  and  bungs  forth  Inud  praise
in,m .ill who mi* it      Tht* nest place
un    the line   was    llolilslieain,     now
famous as the home ol .1. It. Downes,
formerly  of  the Cosmopolitan hotel
in this town.    Perhaps uowhere    in
all of this beautiful western country
i.s there a spot with su much natural
beauty as can be seen on the fort*,
acres   that   constitute Mr.    DoWi.es'
estate.     The   house is being rebuilt
and  when completed  will  be an artistic reproduction of   thuse delight-
ul    Kngllsh country stopping places
lhat   nre   praised so    highly by  all
foreign visitors.     Through  the land
runs a great   canyon al the bottom
of which Hows a beautiful creek where
ihere are many pools lilled wiih tine
trout.       Winding     paths   along   tin-
canyon    side, rustic   bridges, attractive nooks combine to make the .*poi
an ideal'one for an enjoyable outing.
Then agaiu, near the huusc are fruit
lives laden wiih the besl in  lhe way
of cherries,   pears,   peaches, apples,
etc., and    a garden in which everything that is good grows in prolusion.     Wilb cows ihat give lhe richest of milk, belts aud pigs,  the place
Hum  an agricultural  point  alone  is
a profit payiug proposition,   Uut this
ideal resort is only twelve miles from
the parliament buildings at Victoria,
teached by train or tt delightful drive
and mauy people ui Victoria lake ad-
antage  ul    the   opportunity   otlcred
and   go there   for   an   afternoon   or
eu'iiing.     Mr. Downes ts doing   well
and is spending several thousand dollars  in beautifying bis place      After
a tallyho ride around the cily ol Victoria witli Messrs. Beatty and Billings
and a number of Oddfellows, we saitl
■•;ood-bye to our Cranbiook comrades
and took the Princess Victoria    for
Seattle      The Princess is the fastest
and  finest  boat on  the Pacific  ocean
and makes   the run   when necessary
from Victoria to Seattle, a distance
of 81 miles, In three hours and seventeen minutes.      But Seattle is    tlm
town,     There i.s more huilding going
on  there,  thete are larger  buildings,
there are   more   churches,  there    i
inure    wickedness,    more   depravity
more    business,    mote money made, j
the largest  newspapers,  more   pretty
women and tin horn men, more metropolitan sights ami more of everything and anything than can be found
in any other city in tlie west   except
San Francisco.     In  that meals-trom
of   activity   wc   found "Salty" Mc-
Kciizie, formerly with the C.  P,  It.
in Cranhrook.     He was looking well
and says that he is more than satisfied  with his business.     He has    a
large tobacco   slore on    Pike street
and is   kept busy    all of   the time.
After a day in   that Sodom   of the
west we started   soulh for Portland
and  the exhibition.      To those win
have not seen It we can .simply say,
you should.    It is complete in every
way, artistic in its conception    and
pleasing In the manner in which   the
idea has been carried out.     The   exhibits are   many and    will prove    a
great book of Instruction to all   who
them.       In the town the people
are   ireat ing    strangers as if     ihey
wauled them to come again.   Wc saw
no evidence of graft on the necessities
of life.     Rooms and board can    be
secured   at    masona-hle  raites      arnd
everything that wc saw seemed to be
on   the same basis.     We took    our
first auto ride while in Portland, and
for Ihose used lo it there can he no
objection, but for one accustomed to
a cayUS« or a safe driving team, the
experience while chasing at a break-,
neck   pace through   crowded streets,
dodging   street   cars,   vans and car-'
riages,  is of the   hair-raising order.
We stood it for an hour and we   are
glad of it, but we don't want    any!
more   until   we can comb our   hair
down flat once more.     Leaving Portland   we   returntd   by   the   way of
Spokane, the prettiest town in all of
the west.     There we met a number
of former Cranbrook,boys and   fount!
them all doing well.    The trip was
a good one, it did us a lot of good to
get away from business for a short
time and to feel that during our absence we had no cause to worry   as
our affairs were in competent  bands,
*►
_ui.J_:tt all
Beimel l"
veying i" the llatulent mossh&t k-,
and wall-eyed hawbucks ol Ontario
tlie Impression that ihe west is sec
icily Importing rifles and hammering
the plougluthare into ihe sword unit
a view io urganialiig a bloody re
volution ovei   this eonlouudcd selm.ii
Clause.       Nobody,   we  feel  sure,   Wiiulii
1  have the slightost objection  to     \lt
It. shouldering a    musket  (espi
during   Fail     Wcekl  hm   In*   li
light   to    cm., tip I  ihe   real
Siw,
We imiiil.I\ beg to .imii  with Hi..-..
illtleiaiis   ..i ..in    <-uii party     wh*
have i.e.ii kicking up  nu h ,i luuin.i.
row in Ontario in icgnril In tin* Iel
men I   in the    wcmI    ovei    the sehon
ipiesllnii        'I hit-   I. im. i,l   i>.  .ml.     im
Off I nary and  we will leave 11  lo an}
spoken ou it from the
is all.      There   ha\c in
meetings called to disctn
Calgary   or    e'lsewhere.
dramatic call to anus
spellbinder's Imagery,
summon  the p opulncc
schooners of heer at  hi
iiiiiit receive more cue
ut ilu
„ pui.)
•ithei
Ileum
neiilv
i   lake
expen:
CRANBROOK   FARM  LANDS.
The five acre lots which were put
on the market a short time ago In
the Robinson McKemie Luiritei Co
are selling well locally, and a nun
her of Imfiiiries an* being receive!
from various points nn ilie prali ie
Mr. R. s. Dai,ni has bought twt
of these lots and ai the present inn
has men aud horses working ever
day getting some of his ground i
shape. He will plant two acres i
strawberries this summer and an aei
M ™ ffi
■ th. .nl, Fil-RilgiKi Diidigbt hm it .1
REID A COMPANY .  . TRANRROOK.
NOW QPEMNCi t
A large consignment of
I Spanish Wines
Port and
1     Sherry...
lid   ah.
spherrlei
A. I.. McDERMOT
WtmkMlc Wine*, l.liiuuri •nd Cigar*
CKANbROOK, H   C.
iome gi i miid
a cow or
and a half     ol apples,   plums,  pea
and cherries  this tall
■    ol   cm 1.1
goose-berries.
The quality ol this land and ID
close proximity to Cranbrook make
it particularly attractive to Ihost
who wish io have
cultivate or to keep
and some poultry
The Robinson McKenzte Co, pro
pose building a sidewalk to the property from town an.l tliey have re
served one lot, No. ii, as a sort ol
an experiment station whieh they will
cultivate and experiment with tin*
various varieties ol fruit trees,
There is no doubt-but Mi.it the Crnnbrook district in the near future will
develop into a great fruit producing
section.
4> When You Buy Liquor
1. l)   0   F
GRAND OFFICER!
M. I) Billings re turned last week
from Ladysm.ith where he nltendcJ
the meeting ot the I. 0. 0. F, gr
lodge. The following officers were
elected : ti. K. McKenzle, New West
minster, (Irand Master; F. K Simp
son, Cranbrook, Deputy Grand Mas
ter, Thomas Em'bleton, Rossland,
(Irand Warden, Fred Dnvey, Victoria,
Grand Secretary; II. Fulton, Latly-
sriiith, Grand Treasurer, Mr, Davey
was also selected as the representative to the sovereign grand lodge
The grand bulge will convene at Vic
torla next your.
?
$ Buy the Best=
9?
X Wo arc in receipt of un invoice from llie   Royal ilistil-
H lery.   It Ib pure, htta the age, nud front n  medicinal point   is     .
▼ just the thing.   Wb sell everything in  Un* liquor and oigur Jspj
SB '""-'•
A. C. BOWNESS
Wholesale Dealer in Liquors and Cigars
1
9V.#**>9999999999V99999999999
'Who's Your Tailor?"
Hiyhi
If yon buy a suit at ti bargain price, it will l.e mndu in but
The principal coat of u huh of clothes i- thu "workmanship "
There aro poor tailors and good tailors elio,i|i tailors ami high priced
tailors,     Tbey aie paid by the pieee. by tliu day oi I.v the work.
"Where little in given, there is little ie,|iiii,-.|," nml when you Inly
clothes you usually get about what you pay fur.
If you are looking for good elotlies, for very Utile moiiov, you will never find them. If you want to wear olotliw Unit art. made i.n ymi by
good tailors, so that you will be uu well drodjiuil un any man ymi may
meet und iin* willing lo pay |l!-'i to t'.*u for a anil ur overcoat, call nml fet!
HcSweyn,  The   Leading Tailor
.«•*.,, I,.*..
ilisl.l,,,-,.
IMF. BEST BflOl' OP IT'S KIND
EVER I'KOIIllClill AT ANV.
THINIi NHAK ITS PRICE
I'n
BENNETT'S   FERVID   OltATORV.j
"Hob" Edwards in CalRary Eye,
Opener:—Speaking ol Bennett, It. II. |
appears to have been the William
Jennings Bryan ol Ontario Ior al
couple ol weeks lately, bis bombs of;
U'ckle'ri
11,,,,,a tas .nil have iippci ,,i
\i'ni(.r-|,r..,.f ehru.no ftraln
leather, anil rawlllile oillslllo
counter. 'I'hev arc llnlslicd for
service wllh wiiiR lip, back
stay, full bellows limn,,,', silver
ryeials and stud liooks.
A Inok nl Ihe picture will
convince you ih.il ihey are the
Bo„ils for lbe wesl. They cost
no more Iban ordinary Hoots
ami may be had iiom any good
dealer.
MANUFACTURED BV
J. Leckie Co., <"
VANCOUVER,    -     B.   C.
|| Cranbrook
Hotel SS
ilueatn Comfnrl ■ Specially
flood Stabling In Connection
Nearest to raihnarl and depot.    Haa accommnda
Rime fur tbe public unequalled In Cranbrook,
Hoggarth & Rollins
Hot and Cold Baths  Proprletoi n
:|:    MARVSVlLLi; LEADING DRY OOOUS STORE    j
I have nt pnwni,, lull liiin'ol '
MEN'S AND LADIES' GOODS     :
ni„l Inteml t.■ enrry wry'lilim i,, 11.1a llni'. iiIhiik .villi I'A'I'IJNT ■
MBDICINB, STATIONI.KV mul TANCV WAI'li.   i;.,,     u'.
cull mul In iiviii'-ril llml il i« noI i I'SHurv In w'wl In I'JiKni's '
,.,- Criinlirnok fur nnylliing in llm Ory ClnmlM lino
E. SPROULE,   -    -    Marysville
H-H-M-l-M-I-M^^
»••♦
4
4 B C. Livery and  Feed  Stables j
t l''irst cI.-ihs lii^'s. sul'i' nml stylish li'iuits, Driver's I
4 nm!  puck Imrst's fur any point in  lho district. 4
J Blacksmith and Woodwork Shop {
Siiinc ulil stiinil opposiln slulinn
I   DEZALL  BROTHERS   \
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