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THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
VOLUME   7.
rit.VMil'OOK,   BBITISH   COUM I'.l \.   TniTRSDAY,    mi,
I,   1001.
NUMBEB   16
J. M. DERR,
BOUT AM) SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to .Measure a Specialty
**************************
B. H. SHORT I
•»
___ |
Painter, Decorator nn.l Sinn ;j
Writer. *
All    tlllll. I||    |llllllllll|r,    |.4I|4..|I4
-IUH    -' 44   |*tV4-ll   | I|ll    .HI'
We uivt- .perfect satisfaction
with ...ir work. *
**************************
B.C. LIVERY
and FfcED STABLE
New rigs, good driving
mul anlilli* horses nl
reasonable rate. < Iur
iiiinVill In- to give good
car** to Jill horses sta-
liloil with us.
N. C. McKINSTRY, Prop.
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Give me a call.
McVittie & Laid I aw.
Mining; Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
THOS. T. McVITTlE, P.L.S.
J. T. LAIDLAW, M. E.
D. J. JOHNSON
CARPENTER
ANU
**      BUILDER
JOBBING   ATTENDED   10
-*•»••»- «•
OFFICE AM) SHOP
old iii:k.u.ii miuiiMi
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Methodlil Church.
Con.tr ill llansiin .11*11114* anil l.iinia Street
s Iii) ft- -
in,,,,,. n,,i-i..|, n . -I
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Cranbroek Baptlil Choreic
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rtii.imlilli-nt Imli..  luv.lwl i" iinni,
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1'u.ior, I'. «   in. in ii-
Crabrook Presbyterian Church.
■;,4l.l. s ni,' 4       11 ii. ill. llllll 7.110p. in
- In .*. I I inlil.*,In- il'l.lll
lirlatluu IJ n-'.r. TtlMiliiJ- S I'- in
'111'1'iil.li.'nr., .'"1'iii'iil.v invili'tl  Ii. all.Ii.
ill lln' lilt'. Iini;..
r,i-n!,', iv. a, w fu nu i, a
Crescent Lodge No. '■<■>
KNIQHTS of PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, is. C.
Ici'ia 3nit anil -till Tut-a-taj hi 8 |i. in. i.
I. ii. n. K. hall.
J. A. Aiis..in. K. U.S.
T. Rook's, C. C.
n.itlllK HivlluMi coriHi'llyllivlll'll K. mti'i'.l
Cranbiook Branch of
IR0THERHO0D OF CARPENTERS No. 124
ll,'.'ls I'V.'iv F.'i.l.i.v nmlil nl fl |l. hi. llllll "I
in.l floor ofWotl Building.
VMthig Brethren f*nnllnllj* lnvlto.1.
IJ.I-. Vivruii.. .I.'l'. Minis,
I ,,11-Si:,. 1'llnall.ll.v,
CANADIAN
^.'."Pacific
THE
,,.,,       i STIUThCONA
Formerly If..ttl I'hnii
World's   Fair     nii son b. c.
Excursion Uates
ig-ae^ ,    I.O.O.P.     Key City LudR.
i^jjSjiKJ^  "-"■.-'• Meets every Moo
ytS'-i'S^-J "ll!'"'-''' "' ""'ir'""" "'
Batter street   Sojourlo
iilil Pcllomcorillallyinvlieil.
I   ,1  II lima, IV. II   MtPil illl 111'.
N. ll. Seo'v.
Cranbrook toitxe. No. ,1
A. P, 4 A. M.
Re-nilar meeting, on tin
tliinl Tliurailay „i tli
iiii,iiili.
i Isllilllt tir n,.|i   „elco ,1.
\l A  Hi ah, Bec'r.
•
CRANBROOK   BIONCH   111
Till;   A. I.. U.   Ml ,107
Visiting Brethrencordlall* imik-il in alien.
W.R.BEATTY
UNDERTAKING
and
EMBALMING
CRANBROOK
TEILPHONE    a9
SIMPLE
STROIIC
hM'AlmM) '
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SILENT a35__,»HW
Purchase Price $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
SEE
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK
UNDERTAKING
EMBALMING
■•■-*■*■
A Large Stock in Caskets and
Robes.   A   .*
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
LRANBROOK, 15. C.
Cranbrook
Livery  3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Tenuis unit ilrivers furnished for Htiy
point In the ilislrii*!.
A. I10VI.R, Mn.iag4.-r.
Craiilirook to
St. luni-    $ i.ii.fJU Chicago      S 05.1)0
11.ri.nl.. BJJ5   MonlKll        Will)
llsliia-        121.80 Net York     101,00
—:: MONTHS LIMIT
.t.i.',   lit, Inljrl,!
4 I, IU        4  1"'l   -. -,. 7.
LOW  EXCURSION   FARES
im* ;.ll i-nttt.-rii |ioiiiU. \'. ill .-ils.. I..
|iinii*il M'li-i',; via I*.,I'l Arthur, at
rail rn* Inki- nmii*. Returning sann
.ir via Chicago anil St   l.niiis.
Fortull iinrlli-llliirs npply to locnl ng nli
li. Itllller, Agent, Cranbrook.
I.S. CA1ITKR, E, .1. COYI.E
D.I'.A., N,,|-.4i,   A.O.I*. \. Vnticoitvc
j Dezall Brothers    ;
j   Blacksmiths:
Morse Shoeing i
; Carriage Repairing and      i
! General Jobbing.... ;
. Outside Orders Promptly I
, Attended to, '
* ,
f* .  .  . *9 • . . . » •  >>■>.. ......(,
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated  Waters
Of all kinds
Syrups,   Champagnes, CiJer:
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Sod.i water in siphons,    lhe most
economical way o handle it.
H„ C. RHODE
THE
Harness Maker,
Cranhrook, 15. C.
Briilles. Saddles, Harness nntl
II.us.' Sli|.|.|i,.s in stock
..Repairing of all kinds..
Each Month....
gives in.' moro work in Crtui-"
brook. 'I'lu- peoplo evidently
hnve I'.-iili.l. iim' in in.* ami my
work.   See air Eor plans ami
rslillial.'s.
James Greer
Contractor uiul Builder
Prest Photo Co.
studios:
Cranbrook, Fernie, Moyie
...British Columbia...
DR. F. E. KINO,
DENTIST
IFICII Hilt US:
'.no It a in.
I in ii |i in.
'  CRANBROOK, ll.C
B. TOflPKINS, Monster.
riiis iiou-i u -        tin I..-.I iii
British  t loltinil in  m I  up I
in   ■ -,*i.    '.   |,. ., ,   .
*-■*! Ill | '1*'   I'"     I]
j O. P. TISDALE,
I      Cranbrook
» *
Candy Kitchen:
Pnrtlcsui "ii..    - ,;,,4-, 11
! Candies. Fruits, Nuts,
j liiscuils, Pipes and
I   iobaCCOS. Olve us n call
i
SU Yards j
Of yarn
Bj   ALICE  MACCOWAN \
SHOES!    SHOES!
Eun---era
Men, W en .mil Children's
Not at insl Inn ai.-, big profit,
I'ni  see wlinl   I ',,-,„ ,i„
tor vmi.
New   Line   of   dol.   Stoves
Just Received
LEROYSAGE
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar,
llarrislcrs, Solicitors, Ble.
IIuh-II Block Cranlirnnk. II. C,
j. li. THOHPSON,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, li. C.
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians antl Surgeons
Ollice at Residence, Armstrong Ave.
OPFICE HOURS:
Forenoons,   ....   g:jg |„ *|
Aflernoona   *   *   *   .   |*J0loJ*jn
Evenings   ....    7.10 In 8:J0
CRA'llROOK,    :   i   :    :      ;    c. C
;   Have Vnu Any Painting In li; none? ,
,   Do Any of Your Rooms Nectf Papering? \
\         IF Si) SEE ;
!   W.N.CLARKE. !
j   Estintnli-a niven on liiryu  .
f trai-ts.     Wn don't -.ant   the J
j earth,    Wo wnnt  to pk-nso !
you with tlie work and receive 1
l-CtlBOIIIlhlll pay. I
Roynl Hotel, Crnnbrook 1
....TICKETS,...
TO   M.I.  POINTS
EAST and WEST
mm
SHORT LINE
TO
Sl. Paul, Diiliiih, Minneapolis, Chicago
vmi  \i i,   t'oi.vra I IHT
Seattle,   racoma,   Victoria,  Portland,
AM)   U.I,  PACI1 If COAST  I'OlXTU
fiir,iiii;ii Palace Ami Tourist Sleepers
liliiitix nn.l Buffet Siiioklnj{ Library Cars
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILV 2
Km-Mit.'«, tolilennnd full Information
■egnrdlng trliw, call on ortuMresa
11   '■' m i -. Tba
fetl o( ■ Wed a dull ac
■ i  tl ■■   ■   ling  mui ■•
Willi ll l ,' M- 1 * 4 . ■
One <>r
I  DIPI M R*Hh tt
■ ; shrill femlulue
;'.■ ui Ilie il ■.
ii ■■ ■ - ,i I..' li tl . .,. Hilly Mot-
i im 'a Bnr 13 ram hlioune, nml tbo tu*
■ (vha graced tlio oecflfllou, i xcopt
Loul ■■ Morrison and Mlaa Willie I'or-
'' !■- ii.-' bi lioolteacher, wero all m.ir-
rled women. Their numerous progeny
had been glowi d lu nu adjoining room.
Mrs. Billy, aware uf what would ha
expected, hnd made a bed nf blankets
Thore tho youngsters reposed,  their
bare toes sUeJdug out toward lhe beholder.
Poor Gene Mt Kiilghl li u od against
flo was .outcast Eroin tho whole fes*
llvlty siuce bo mlglit not even speak
lo Loulso Morrison. The girl looked
pale, heavy eyed and unhappy. Her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Zack .Morrison, who
rejoiced In tho singularly fellcHotu
utcknaino or "Chubb," n round raced,
Ught skinned, rod cheeked, black beady
eyed woman, diuiclng in tbo stune set
witli Louise, kepi a Bharp lookout that
McKnlght got nowheia near her
churge. She was bounding llko a rubber bull through llio ([gurus, her Bumll
bluck eyes Bunpping with delight. She
could afford to enjoy herself, Cor her
aliunde toward McKnight aud her Intentions concerning her husbnud'a sis-
(t*r woro matters well known nud clearly understood by all present. The
bachelor population of tha county, disporting Itself in llio dunce und pretty
much all either actual or potential suitors of Louise, lent willing and valuable
assistance.
Geuo McKulght wnn tlio Quest look-
lug, best hearted and swcoteBt tempered n\s. feet of masculinity on tbo whole
I'u el; saddle range.  He wus an Inspired
fl, O, VISRKW, ll, BRANDT
tl  W, !'. i, ('. I' a T. A
fleulllo Tul U'. Riverside Ave,
Wash. Spokane. Wash,
Notice
In tin- Siipii'im. innil ol IliliUli i '.'luiii-'i*.
lull i.ii'.-r.iiil,.-   w.-i.-ii laiiBPo '
('iin-tollilfttbiu A.-t. l-'.■;.
An.l
III III.-Ill,lliTt I ih,.   Inin Hl)p].lf
Company, Uwtl«il.
T..1..'   \..ii- ilmi   'li.  „,,„ , -, ,,.,,  ol lln*
■••in
litl.'tiif
IV W,ii,|-i|,,,i-.***i.fii-..l,il.it,-l A I    |S07,
muhorislag Hn ipany toprorcfil wltlitli
prnpuaml undurtnldng. l...* I  oiljoi	
until tliu Mth ilnv nf July, Uiul. in   in 8
oVlonk In I Iin forenoon ul  Hip ■ > Imnai
lliiMii.nS,|iiiuv. Vii'ti.ii... It 0.
And Tnko Piirllirr Noiln* tiiiil licfo'1-jwb,
nm the l-nlrM |irM|io»i«,| In In* i'lini'g.*il l.y tl.
il pn
Dwelling rales amy lm Imf nol siwd
1. 2. :\ rn*4 rooms  vi r,o[iur umtitli
5, 'i ur 7 rooms  1.75 per montli
8, n nr in rooiuD  2.(10 per nionili
Hi cents inliliiiuii.'il for every n mn over ten
('(,rll,it;'l -
Tu ^"i rnnniB f-5 00 per monili
To 40 rooms  0.00 wr muiith
ToOOronma  7-UOprrmonili
Tu inn mom.-  ,s un [„-i* month ]
Bonnling [lousea—
To UO rooms  0.00 per raonMi
To (ifl roums  7 00 per niiiiitli
Uvwy Stables; ISOOtofUM  I,
l.niitniii.H  ".ninn   ir.tiiiui.;,
Dated al Crnnbrook, nrEtiHliCohimbiii.tliis
flOlhila) ol,lurie,1004,
W. !•'. nurii,
rfoll-Kor forUmCominny,
na GAvi-i a noon STnosa vtr.T, o.n nts
liNl) Of THU VAItN STHINU.
cattleman and bad como up rapidly
from cow puncher, wagon boss, ranch
boss, to bave n nice bunch of cattle
und u good ranch of bis owu. When
lovely Loulso Morrison, then only seventeen year* old, enmo out to stay
wilb hor brother Zack on his Texas
ranch, the Open M,, sho became at once
in that community of eligible bachelorhood n belle and tho possessor of
many desirable suitors, Geno, whose
ranch, the La«y K., adjoined tho open
M., soon made lt plain that she had his
heart, and (he girl, artless ami impulsive and wiiii no vestige of lhe coquette
In ber makeup, allowed it to appear uh
plainly that ber own w;is glvon to
Gene in exchange,
The disappointed swains took tbejr
iifi'' at ns bi comes mon, nnd nil would
now have gone v -11 for the lovers hnd
it not been for Mrs. Chuhh'a only and
adored offspring, i:- mrei urd, a youth
of somo four summers, nnd, uh Pack*
saddle di elnrcd to n man, "theornerlest
brat that over di igg< I bin lariat round
over the Texas Panhandle." Tho seemingly favorable fnct of propinquity
wns what probably procured Qcno's
downfall, for, waxing familiar with
tiie young man's personality, not to
say ids anatomy, Beauregard proceed*
ed to practice upon him the methods
pursued toward his mother, his cat and
his toys.
Mrs. Chubb's darling had apparently
decided in bis infantile mind to destroy McKnlght. Tiiu process having
gone nbout ns far ns wns safe—ami
much further than wns comfortable—
and no remonstrance bein-,' offered by
the sweetly smiling Mrs. Chubb, McKnlght firmly but kindly restrained
the young cannibal from the actual
demolition of his features,
it wns enough—It wns moro than
enough, Mrs. Chubb never forgnvo this
sllgbUug behavior toward her cber*
Ished offspring. Indeed, the more sho
thought Of tho mutter tlie bitterer situ
waxed until McKnlght was forbidden
the liouse. Mrs. Chubb.declared that
sho would rather hand Louise over to
a torse thief thun to a brute like Gene
Mi Knight who would undoubtedly
heal her su,.- Ue wuuld go so far a«
to cruelly mistreat n little child—aud
before Its om ii mother's eyes!
Puor Geite thought of these things as
lie lenued against the doorway and
looked on in the dunce, Now, this
doorwuy led i«» the room where the
children were slowed, A yap and a
slight setifll ■ among tbem attracted bis
iiti.*ijii,.ii uud appeared t<» suggest
something. II" glanced at Chubb Mur-
rison. W ii-it ii thc plot which had just
flushed inlu his mind offered not only
a Bolutton of ins nud Louise's troubles,
bul n . luni, ■■ I,, gei even with this roil ' hi tl ' - matron und her ill tempered
yow    ter, who had made Loulso'i life
a burden ever sh  she came to the
Open M.I
Ueufl l.uriiid .mt t.i the corral, made
certain arrangements there, then slipped back ini" the children's room,
where ho proceeded tocouuectall ihuse
bare and stubby toes one with the nth*
er at e I, liberal distances by u tirm-
ly attached lino ot yarn, tie first tried
. It thoughtfully ami doubled it after
i doing so, "I don't wnnt to exactly jerk
their toes out," in* muttered, "and yel
1 the Lord knows- fer ho made 'em—
: thnt 'twould sorvo most of Yin about
' right."
! This done, he went hack to his post
nt tho doorway and gave a good strong
■ pull on bis end of the yarn string.
Thero ensued a subdued growling in
, the room behind him which waxed and
grew to a series "t bowls, iu wliieh
every species of juvenile voice entreated for "Momraer!" ".Maw:" "Mammy!"
; The din, flowlug like a tidal wave over
tho musi,'nr the orchestra, reached the
ears of Mrs. Chubb. She paused In
her evolutions, fluug up her head like
u warborso that sniffs tho battle and
bounced, n-s Gene afterward declared,
with one mighty houueo clean into the
middle of the struggling Juvenility iu
tho next room.
"And I reckon," ho odded always in
telling the story, "that it was plumb
time she should git thnr, for them
young uns was jest n-eottu' each other's heads off all simultaneous."
j This was the last of his actual observations. As lif turned toward the
ballroom to find what chance the diver-
I sion gave him wild Louise he met
Billy Motlow's wife and (he spouse of
Nick Doyle both charging toward the
children's room with fury written upon
thoir countenances,
Fleeing silently, Cone found Louise
near the outside door.   With one sob
'she was In his arms in the semldark-
, noss.  "Now's our chance, sweetheart!"
be whispered in the little ear be had
just ardently kissed, and witb her hand
, In bis they escaped unobserved toward
. tbe corral.
' And back In "the court of the ehil-
| drcn" the fight raced awfully. The
i men, great, easy going chaps in clump-
j Ing cowboy boots, stood buck In fool-
: Ish helplcssuesa while their wives
| pulled, Jerked, thrust and screamed
With shrill voices and blazing eyes.
Children were snatched and clawed
back and forth (along with the exchange of mueb bitter reproach and in*
vectlve), Inquired of, violently rejected,
the yarn weaving In and out and round
nnd through, the youngsters splitting
the air at every jerk, until some
woman a little saner than the others
discovered its existence and displayed
it to (lie onlookers,
A sudden pause of amazement followed this revelation, and upuu this
abrupt stillness burst a very full explanation of both Its authorship and
Us purpose, for there flashed across
the lighted spaco outside tho windows
a stream of galloping ponies, followed
ind driven by a mounted man aud a
girl, Cone swinging his lariat and
Whooping joyously nnd Louise lending
a willing hand ami voice to the work.
Aud Zack Morrison's foghorn tones
were lifted: "Thar, now! Geno Mc*
KulghPs done skipped with Lou while
you all was a-foolin' here over tbis
(ride of hls'n on tbo young una.
Stampeded tho ponies too! Tlu-y ain't
a hoof left to chase 'em on, an' I'm
glad of Iti"
How lie Joined tlio Church,
Tho story Is told that on one of our
missionary fields a native approached
(he. missionary nnd declared that he
wished to Join tlio church. He was
carefully examined, ns is the custom,
and answered satisfactorily most If
not all of tbo questions put to him.
Just beforo completing tho examination (lie missionary asked the native If
he had a wife. "Ves," he replied, "1
have Iwo." "Well," said tbe missionary, "wo cannot receive you Into the
church If you have two wives, \\F8
arc sorry, because you give a b I account of yotirsolf, hut so long "i you
hive two wives wo cannot ivcelve you
into iim membership of the church,"
Somo lime elapsed ami the native ap*
pea red again beforo the missionary and
stated that thore was now no objection
to llis entering Uie church. The min.
slonnry said, "How about your second
wife?" "uh," replied the native, "thatfs
all right. I have eaten her,"—London
Standard.
Altitudes ia Britl**b Coluabii.
Arrowhead  1,413-
Arrow Luke  \,\\_A
Ashcroft  1,004
Atlin Lake  2,200
B. C, Mine  3.bQt>
Bomitogton Fulls  1,668
Cascade  1,587
Cuetlegar  1,418
Christuiu Lake  1,681
Ctr/ell  a,ia5
Cranbrook  3,014
Crows Xi-st  I'ass  4,44tf
Kli,.lt	
Elko	
. 3,088
I-S'lllilll.llt	
33
furl-mi	
l-'.-rni,-	
Field	
l-'il'i*	
■|,M8ii
. ;i,;to;i
. 4,061
. 1,978
1* i**ll<Tlli;iIi	
Glacier	
Oolden.'	
. 2.241
4,010
. 2,5m>
Orauil Porks..,
1.74l>
(Ireeuwood ....
2,461
Hnrtli.r.1 Junoti.
n	
4,:<u>
Hope	
216
lllerillewnet ....
2.7 IU
K,'iiii1...4|is	
1,160
Kaslo	
1,768
[Cermeos	
1.3110
Kootenaj- Lake.
1,785
Lanlenu 	
2,400
liilooel	
H40
Lytton	
fi'.IJ
"ilcCl.tigan....
3,515
Midway	
1,918
Morrissey	
. 3.101
Mother Lode M
nc	
3,4."iO
Movie	
8,046
^ nkiisii	
.  1.413
N hi,,..	
125
Nelson	
1 789
N.'.v W.'siiiiiiisi
er	
13
Xicola  Lake...
2,127
Ninth Bend....
495
North Stnr Juni
tll.lt	
. 2.9.K1
OkiiiKg-iii Lake
.  1,135
I lutein™   Lake.
. 4,100
Oro Deiioro Mill.
3,400
W46
4,62j>
1,885
OsoyoosLake...
Princeton	
QuesnelleLake..
2,250
Reyelstoke	
1,503
Robson	
1,414
Rogers Pass....
4,309
Ri-.-1-.r.v	
1,795
Rossland	
3,461
S-duio	
2,181
3,5111
Sandon	
Shields	
2,025
Silv.-rton	
.  1,799
Ho.*;in  Station.
.  1,777
Slocan Junction
1,687
Slocan Luke...
1,761
Smelter Junctioi
Speuce's Bridge
1,565
7711
Teslin   Lake...
. 8,«0Q
Trail	
1,364
lrmii Lake....
2,40t|
3 206
tVindemere Luki
	
2,700
\ ancouver	
U
\ i*ni44ii	
l.iitf
\ ictoria	
57
H'aneta	
1,358
IVanlner	
2,4»4
223
Vnli*	
Wellington	
377
Tbe Crops.
A.   11.   1-Viiwii.
k   was   in
town
1 ii-**yl,*iv and in
si**:ikiii(- ut tlm
dry weather snii
tlmt   tu
would
have only a Inir.
rnp I,ut that bad
lln- ratn come two weeks
si4.jii.ir,
Ins crop probaulj
would hat
e be«u
the lii-st he hits
rnis.il  in
twelve
years.
-Mr. Mill.-r who lias a ranch iu
iln* Skookumcbnck section n-'-ort.
a very smnll en.p owing to the
drought. He has just completed a
litch, that will enable him to irri-
?ate his ranch hereafter.
E. C. Smith who has a ranch
near the St. Kugene Mission says
that his crops will be very fair,
although more ruins would hare
n-siilliil in a fairer vield.
A Mnn-lal.-rtnl ImkIi'I'i.,.
A l».*iilie of Glfl8gDW was noted for
tlio slmptlcitj of hin iiiiiiiiici-8 on the
boncli. A yoittli was clinrged beforo
Lim witu nbslvnctlng n Imuilkorclilcl
from a gentlcmau's iio.-kct. Tlie In-
dlctmcnt being read, llic Imllle, nd-
dresslog ttio prisoner, roniurki-d, "I
lino noo iloot yo iliil (lie dooil, for I lind
a bnndkcrclilof ta'.-n oot 'o my nln
potic-li this vi-i'i-n week." The snnia
tnnglsterlal logician wns on another occasion seated on tlie bench when a
ease of serious assault was brought
forward by the public prosecutor.
Struck by thc powerful phraseology of
the liidictiiii-iit, the bailie proceeded to
say, "For this malicious crime j-e are
fitted seven and sixpence." Tho as*
Bt-ssoi- remarked Hint the case bad not
yet boon proved. "Then," said tha
magistrate, "we'll Just nink- the flu*, g
•billings."-London Tlt-Ults.
Stock Quotations.
Furnished by Beale, & El
roll,
brokers, Cranbrook 11. 0,
Mi.rSi,,,	
Ni.rlli   St„r	
ills
ll.
IS
l'i..r   Roll   	
1
St.Kogra.lir, v„„*	
.. ,**l.'ni Oil nn.l Coal r„i„*tnu*r	
i44i,.„li„„ rjol.1 I'i.lil.	
il.4
Iiiiitimiii,,i„,i Uoal and Cok.	
:,,
Domlninn l*on.ol]ilat*d
IU
Silloa;    Wmt-Tll Coal A 1.11 CO. 1000.
Hel
Iivun l.jtlii.
Chinese Labor Employmeal A|tac,
Oriental Bazaar
Full I
ancy
il'IIIH
.' nf Chinese and Japanese
Goods. Store on Durick
opposite old Herald office.
JIM MAHWAH
,-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-l!>-®-<SHS-Q-m
. i MARRIAOE
; 11 Yes, and the CITV BAKERY I. th,
r placo to get a nice Wedding Cako
® and ornuments In the latest styla,
X Why seiul your onler out of tow*
y ninl perhfl|iK linve the Icing brakes en by shipping? Our prirw right
i, l-lioat 5,         Oppeille M. t. Ct,.,.,
I        C. W. WILSON,
-e> ®-®-®-®-®-<S-<X)-<\). ®~<j -ij-^  THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
5TRAW ...
SPECIALS!
Any Straw Hal in our Men's Department at 50 p. c. reduction
Half Price
Also Special Reductions in
...HOYS...
Wash Clothing
REID & CO.
l~******************:€**m!9*
ONE SET SILVER """"^ T^ir^ f
PLATED SPOONS
FREE I
To the purchaser ol six 15c packages of
*
ORANGE MEAT!
COUPON IN EACH PACKAGE
G.T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery
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.. CRTHK Of US.. £
We want you to think of us whenever you think of Clothes     ®jj
Our whole energy is concentrated on securing good things for ®-
you to wear ®_
THIS IS TRUE OF CLOTHING _g
THIS IS TRUE OF UNDERWEAR ®®
THIS IS TRUE OF FURNISHINGS ®®
Our Spring and Summer Styles are now making a strong ap- ®~
pealto you, while our reasonable prices make an equally j-c
strong appeal to your purse.   We are waiting to serve you       ^®
Rill * Co., CranbrooK's Greatest Store |
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.. FOR SALE ..
©si
l3£Boarding House Jf
ee=IN MOYIE =
?:
30 Rooms Completely Furnished fl
A SNAP!
 s
BEALE & ELWELL I
tt
UlllSISi* :::::::::::::: lltltltllltll
HARDWARE
See our Read) Mixed Paints, Prism brand
liei vnu house painted and be up-to-date
We will also supply tour wants in Hardware from a
needle lo an anchor
McCALLUM & CO.
>.l>Vll.V. I n'"'   , , J   „|„.|',.   y„„
"Hll' '"'*' in     H  |.".|.l.. think U'a
"" ' to lay el n tiling-.; If tin |.Hco la
"' 'i 'iii"„i',l   Thai l.n'l Hi- «.,
(iood   Reliable Clothing
'iood   Reliable  Shoes...
"■ Hi I-  i*ii"l ilmi givo Hiittnfnelfon.
',,■- .,i,-l,lili,, m.iai a„i','l,.„ iur ovory penny
trnlnl.    ,t»   llimo an* il |j kin,I ».,
nop, yon trill alivaya In on tin- ante niile i'
TO CAZE UPON
111.-II isauruat'iit ,.t linn.la..a..'. 4\.,|l  an
rURNlTURt
i In,'
.tin
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Illl    I II  l.lll.IIUI-'   444,.I    ,,11.-,     H..1.-
THE HACCONNELL
FURNITURE  CO.
Camping Season
Is Here3333
| New goods arriving each week in the way of
||    HARDWARE
and everything that goes with a first class
stock in a Hardware Slore.
We carry what the
campers need, camp
stools, fishing tackle, photograhic supplies and everything
that makes the life
of a happy camper.
Cranbrook Collage Hospital,
Cornor Armstrongavonuoanil LewlsHt
For lull particulars apply lb
Hiss Muss, - Mnlroll,
(iiailnaie i.f *t. Luke's Hospital, Van
ooiivor, 11. C,
MISS ADOLPH,
Teacher of pianoforte and organ.
For terms, etc. apply between hours
of three and live o'clock on Wednesday and Friday at residence of
Mrs. W. H. Griffith.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About the City by Asking
Questions of Many People.
Morrow & McFarlane
The Calgary Cattle Company,
(SUCCESSORS TO M. MclNNIS)
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
Fort Steele souvenirs nt Wilson's
tl e jeweler,
Alt. Erickson entne up from
Sinlnr Saturday,
Moyie souvenir scions nt Wilson's, the jeweler.
Wnr.lner souvenir spoons nt Wilson's, the jeweler.
Mrs. C'lnrey wns visiting friends
in Coleman the first of the week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mc-
Nulili, Wednesday, July fith. n girl.
Mrs. W. 1). Hill nnd children
spent severnl   duys   Inst  week in
Sinlnr.
Mrs. Jos. Hull uml ohildren are
visiting friends in Pincher Creek
this week.
.1. A. (Iillis. of Morrissey. wus
in town Fridny. Mrs. t.illis returned with him.
Morrissey Mines has organized n
lirst eluss lire brigade. Cranbrook
tniiht well follow suit.
Miss Ethel lVvorolli left Tuesday for n two weeks' visit with
friends in Macleod nud Calgnry,
A. B. Grace, editor ofthe Fort
Steele Prospector, accompanied by
his wife, [iniil Crnnbrooka visit iust
Momlny.
The Catholic of Moyie have
arranged to build a now church.
It will hnv.* a sittiug oapacity of
iiIhuii 200,
Why pay more for your insur-
niu-e tliun it's worthy Try another
wny.   fnsnro with Arnold -ft Rob*
i- ts.
Services in the Methodist church
next Sunday by tin- pastor,
Strangors cordially invited, uml
warmly welcomed.
l-'oiitn! on Hniisou avenne, iisuiu
of money. Owner eun have the
snnie by correct ilisei-iplion on up-
plieution to Rev. S. J, Thompson.
M jiTow -V McFarlane have done
more business since March 1st
tliun tlu-y expected to do in u yeur.
Good goods nt living profits is
Uniuil lo bring lhe Inide.
A union picnic uiul excursion
for nil tin- Sunilny Bohoolfl of the
town will be helil shortly, lt is
BUggeBtod tlutt the ilny to be selected hIiouIiI In- uur civic holiday.
The niili of the lust week hit* o
put mil ull the bush liri-H Unit liuve
been raging in this districl nml
thereby Baved n lot of valuable
timber.
Mrs.    (I.    Kricksi.ii    nml   two
daughters nrrlved IiihI. week and
now iln-  family ur.- comfortablyI
s tlleil   in    the    superintendent'b
headquarters mi linker Hill, I
W. .1. Hlunile]], manager of the
Trites Wood*, store nt Ator.iiB-y
Mines bus resigned llis -x-sition
uud expects to engage in business
for himself in tha Territories,        I
Dave Anderson returned front
Winnipeg Monday where he bus
been for medical treatment. He
wns accompanied by his sister who
will visit with hint for some tittle'
this summer, i
F. W. Anderson, who played
here on the 24th. iu tht. lacrosse
game agtiinst Lethbridge, will j
arrive here on Saturday und be in
the gume uguint Medicine Hat on
Monday.
A most important real ostuto
deul tuo'i place in Colenuui during'
lh t week by wliich the. Grand
I'nioii hotel of that place owned
by Hnrdy & Mclnnis, was transferred ti Mr. Dober, of Michel, B.
0,, for a consideration of nearly
seven thousand dollars.
BEATTIE'S BIG   BOOK
AND DRUG STORED
...WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL...
"WILGA"
PRIVATE HOTEL - CRANBROOK
Seven new bedrooms added. 9* The
most comfortable hotel in the Kootenays
Sunday Dinners a Specialty	
•PHONE 10
Mr. Mclnnes visited Calgary
lust week.
House for rent. Apply to W.
B. McFarlane.
Pr. Wutt drove over from Fort
Steele on Wednesday.
Mrs. G.H, Miner returned Sunilny from her visit to ('nlgnry.
Mrs. W. G. Moitott will be nt
home August 15, Hanson avenue.
Miss Jennie Richards lias returned from Klko, where she bus
taught school the past winter,
Mrs. W. T, Reid and chillren
nre spending u week at Sirdar, Mr.
lleiil spent Sumlny with them.
Tom Proctor, the well known
renl estnti- dealer of Xelson wus in
town lust Friday and Saturday.
If ymi want anything in the way
of harness or harness supplies, see
11. C. Rhode, Armstrong avenue,
Norman Hill left   lust   week  lo
join James Rynn and li. Jl. Miner
11 their trip through the Territories.
Why pny mon- for your iusur-
ance thun it's worthy Try another
wuy. Insure with Arnold \* Hob.
erts.
I'lu* proiiieiunle concert given by
the 1.iiilies Aid of Christ i-liurcli,
last Friday, wus a social and fiiinn-
iii] success.
W. E. Ciine uml wife returned
11 Monday from tlu-ir bridal  trip
throughout  Eastern Canada   and
the middle States.
Post Gffioe Inspector Greenfield j
,s here  Tuesday  inspecting (he
Cranbrook ollice, which  he found
excellent condition,
T. A. Armstrong visited Ft.
Steele this week. He snys thnt
Willium Meyers bus struck n good
lend on his Wild Horse   property,
Willurd Shirley, formerly sawyer
ut the Moyie Lumber company's
mill, is now holding Hint position
with the Nortli Star Lumber compuny.
.1, W. Robinson Ims returned
In iin liis swing an.un.l the circuit1
and is feeling gotxl over the fuet|
tlint his horse, .(esse -Iniues, wutt a1
rui-e nt I'ineher. I
Why pay more for your insurance thun it's worth'!' Try another
wuy.    limine with Arnold & Rob.
oris.
llnt-olil .Inniiesoii I'-inic up from
Wurdner lust evening for medical
treatment. He is having trouble
with the muscles of one of his legs.
Mr. nml .Mrs. 11. Stewart enjoy-
isl a visit from Miss Nicollnfi
Carrlovalo, Manitoba, ntnl Mr. nud'
Mrs. Nieoll of Lethbridge, this
week
Mr. nnd Mrs. (His Stnplos. Miss
Staples and Miss Proctor of Stillwater, Minn., nrriveil litis week
and will make Crnnbrook llu-ir
Ilea lquarters this summer,
Arnold & Roberts have given
the pntrotiB of the telephone compuny a very convenient arrange,
ment for a 11 lilted number of
num. B.
E. J. Roberts, manager of the
Sullivan property returned from
Spokune lust Mondny. He reports
the work on the sinelter moving
idongin aniostsutisfnctory manner,
Mrs. .1. F. Armstrong is loud in
her pruise of the St. Louis ex.
position, which she visited lust
mouth. She nlso enjoyed 11 visit,
with hor sister, who is u resident of
St. Louis, and whom she lind not.
suen for twenty-one years.
Married, on Tu -sduy, July 12th,
ut the home of the bride, Mrs.
Amanda Hendryx und Mr. Donuld
McAulny.  liev. W. (I. W. Fortui e
0 Relating,
Monday quite ti number of
Cr.mbrook people went to Murysville to utleii 1 n dunce ut thc Roynl
liolel, given by Fred Drew, uud report 11 very pleasant time.
H. Parrott returned from Grand
View, Man,, where he hud been
culled by the serious illness of h s
father. Unfortunately his fattier
wus dend when he arrived.
Jus. (1 ill und family have estub-
lisbed n camp on the St. Murys
river near the Mission. Mr. Gill
goes out every evening, coining
buck to his office in the morning,
F. T, Serviss, of Lacrosse, Wis.,
son-ill-law of J. A. Trow, nrriveil
this week und will spend it portion
of the summer ut leust, at the cump
of the Perry Creek Hydraulic compuny.
Dun McLeod is putting in u tie
cump ut (lout River crossing for
Bri'ckeuridgc & Lund. Ho expects to tuke out 300,000 ties between (lout River crossing uml
Ynhk, this full uml winter,
Butter, Eggs, Pork & Etc.- For
shipment to Britisli Columbia,   A
1 quality. Write for cash prices.
I. DeFehr.
12 Didsbttry, Alt i.
Mrs. Rivers, of Raymond,
Alln nil, sister of W. 1). Hill,nrriveil unexpectedly last week. She is
on her way to tl e coast and stopped
oil' to visit Cruubrook relatives u
few duys.
Frank Dickenson returned lust
Snturdny from uu extended visit to
the Paoifio const. He spent most
of his time iu Victoria, Vnncouver
und New Westminister, but attended the Seattle races. He snys he
bus luiil u goud time, seen lots of
people and is now reudy to get
down to business once more,
Fred Sick, of Lethbridge, formerly u part owner in the Foit
Steele brewery, is in town this
weok. Mr, Sick was pleasantly
surprised to note the growth nud
prosperity of Crnnbrook uml expresses the opinion that Crnnbrook
is bound to 1m> ii lurge town.
Norman Chiipiit returned from
his ranch nearPinohei-CreekTttor-
tiny. He bus spent three mouths
in gutting his ranch in shape anil
looks like it veritable fanner. He
will i-i Btime his work us engineer
ou the Crow.
Geo, Buker is now in charge of
the shoe black stand nt the 0, K.
barber shop. He is the right boy
in the riglit plnce. Call ami get
out- of his f). K. sltiniB. 10 cents
is the price.
W. II. Wilson, the jeweler, will
soon lit up nn up-to-dafo optical
parlor In the rear of his store. His
buainess in this line having increased to such an extent Mr. Wilson
deems it necessary to have his opti.
cnl department separate from his
other business,
The contract firm of Sb-wnrt ill-
Welch, who nre building the Groat
Northern extension from Morrissey
have nitide ii good move in the way
of paying their time cheques,
They liuve mnde u rule thut nil
cheques shnll lw payable in Mor;
rissey nml tit uny time presented
Tliis prevents otlie." parties dis
counting olieques at the expense of
the laborer.
AD. McBRIDE
|        ALWAYS FRESH
if        The Fruit and Vegetables at our store are  dways fresh.
if Wntch mn* win.low.
»L        A word tothe Lmlius   when you ,, n I , ,■•.■.cull
iS ;" "'"' '■>'"" "o I i' u large variety nml oulj thi
I       B. Dawson & Company
gaaooG©c.coooGccc'. ■'■""'.     ^c
Here's to Vou
Knr jour sparkling Wines, Port,
Sherry, Kit. Brandy, cu.. just
-Imp j Iin*.* i.r Vlii.ii;* tu . ..
A. I.. McDERAlOT
Wholesale I -iii i       -.'ranbrook
'('iim e 17
SCHUTZ'BEER      BASS'At I
OUIN.NESS  ST011'
OfflDOGOG^qoaQODO.-- ! j jq«
IOIOISK8IS!
Just Arrived
 •   SlSISIli
Another shipment of ®
Fresh CREAMERY A
BUTTER,direct from I
(.tctory. in 11 .md 28 X
pound boxes and bricks, put up expressly lor Manning & Siddons j in fact we sell nothing but fresh goods that arc sure to
please the most exacting.
We have a few of those TAILOR-MADE SUITS direct from
London, England, that are being sold so cheao that they will surprise you. Oh, yes, and those FANCY SUMMER VESTS
Come and sec them T*7E ARE HERE  TO PLEASE
MANNING & SIDDONS
New Drug Store
This is our busy time.   \V. I   . liutoournew
store, uud are busy getting our goo I -■. and ilier*.
is tho new stock to take care of. W ■ Ih-settled down
in u few ilnys. We want you to en and. its. VmiwiU
find one of the neatest, np-to-dati    - - in  Hritish
Columbia, tilled with fresli drugs an ! druggists' novelties.
C* E Reid & Co.
Registered pharmacists-
To Escape From Poor Plumbing;
is easy if one wishes 11 do s I,   . ts
simply n qui-st ion of
Who's Vour  Plumber ?
Settle that by engaging its to do
ull necessary work nud there will
be no Himsy material or defective
workmanship. Upon the completeness, effectiveness ami durability of
our work depends our reputation.
We cannot risk this trough fi il-
lire to please.
We -.ho mike Pstent Dry Air Refrigerators, aid lit up old
On Earlb
 PATHORE BROS.
****,************** *< '. t ***r*\
|        .IN HIS NEW STORE.
£}  .
jjj A.  C.   BOWNESS, Wholesale dealer In
p   Wines Liquors and Cigars
*%> New Rooms in thc Aiken Itloi'k, Just North of Imperial Hunk Corner
▼ AjftMit for Calgnry Beer and Sorter
v Agent for T, Lebel & Co., May and drain.
gj CRANBROOK, B, C.	
A STAR
tlint RlliIIM mnl Nm.)-. fi.rlli iU itii'H*ii»i. .iliil <
trootlveitni !■ u mil ol riothu tbm romm
from uur tailoring entiiblUtimPHt, Wlicu
wurn li.v uny mini, il Un murk ol PXrallcnra
in modern inHnring Snoli work in Ihmi
■shown In tlieholglii oUruglorj.
Ul in make yon a mill thai you cm look
at iiiul wenr with prldn, W u'll makn it atih*
t> m oftlii'Hi'Wu-i] material, cul ll lu tlio hit*
iKt "t.i le, uml guarantee ynu " '" tiiut Ih per*
tevtton itwU, All thin w, 'II .In at n vets roa*
Bonablo prico.
Leask & Henderson
Steer
Clear of high prices;
Likewise low f^raclc meat.
Weare cutting upthebest
beef that Alberta produces
Nothing but the be.it passes through iiui* market.
Harris & Jolliffe THE   CBANBBOOK   11KUALD
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.   .   v  .   .   .  .. ..■  ., .•■  •■  ,- ■•*> ®-a 1
ki
tt Che Cosmopolitan Bote!
<i>
RATES $2 PER DAY
Illl.   ti:AMiiiuim    ni.ii.\i.i>
Why pay more for your Insurance than it i
worth ? S Try another way ! *& Insure with
A Firstclass House Centrally Located
Fine Sample Rooms in Connection.    The bedrooms
ar; airy and comfortable, and thc table is the best the £*|
market affords.
TIMBER LANDS
. jf-®-®-®~®-a-
As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip
Which, being translated, means that those who wear
OUR suits, made up In first class style by first elass
workmen, well know them to be the BEST      **      >
Cranbrook Block
T.IcSWEYN & GRIFFITH,"
ART TAILORS
Cranbrook, B. C
m****";*'*-!"'**"'-
1
sEsasiiHraBi
■/
BUYING MEAT
is llko buying a pig in a hag
wiih wnm* people. All meats
look nliki! to them ami — they
vory often yet poor quality.
We want the truiie of those
who know good
riEAT
mnl those that don't. The for*
mer will know tlmt we have
tlmt kind for them and the
latter can rely upon ub to give
il to them.
P. BURNS ®L CO.
i*„..,.i.:^'   :   -i: - ,**i.9****r*******************.****»*_
...Manitoba HoteL
i Under New Management)
I). A. McDONALD, manager
This Hotel is in the center of town.   The
rooms are
% comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first*
J class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you
* want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba.
I WE OIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
S
l**vv*****i ■•.■-.■. ,*9 ********;***********+*************
....Zhc Q\vl Cafe.
C. Ill, llt:-K-:-, Iptoptletot,
open gag ang H-ltpht.
Tlie Deaf of everything In the Bating Une
I you come in.ee ><>u will come oficn.    Wc
... iiim in please...
Cranbrook lirick
and  Tile Works
Taylor & Davis, Props.
Tunica* & Boiler Specialists
All ili'si'iipti
undertaken.
liy new lire j
Com
rick, i >i
mil idi
ot brick M-cirk
i.es plastered
I' |)t CBS,
.■.I brick,
Iiinni.
Land Notice
Tnko tinli.-i* Hint ai.*.-. iln.va after lint** I in
torn] tn iiiii.I.v In Hit' Cliii'i (Jn-nniiaBioiier ot
l.nnila iiii.I Worka fur p-rtniaaton to puri'tltUM-
tlio following d-HcrllKti liunla in Smith l-Jnat
Kmili'llil.v:
It.mill' iirinii nl a |ioat |>!nntfil at tilt.
north wont corner ot Lot 110(15, theoce wwtto
II nsl limit nl Lot .'.4(1(1, thence aouth tu
Ilm nnrtli limit nf Lot 8578. thenee enat to
iti.* weat, limit ol Lot .'10115. thenee north to
the place of heglnulng, containing J120 acrea
line or less,
Detail thia Oth iia;
if June, 1004.
-Milium Profit!.
J. Q. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
0RANBR0OK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All ki
woy of .
guurot
Butisfti
Is uf litiisli work ii
indows, trim
ni.-.I limine)
Our work is
ill" prices un
ours.
.   Kil
Rough anil Dressed i
For Sale
.umber
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
A beautiful liim of Homespuns and WotbUhIs for
Ladies' Tailor Made Suite.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Rootni on Armitrong Ave.
ARNOLD (EL ROBERTS
REAL ESTATE ANU I NSI'[{ANTE
J. E. Stephens,
tl. L. Stephens,
M. Riilknlilnii
J. I.H44 sun.
Perry & Fitzgerald
PROPKIETORB Of 1HK
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer company
Wc ure in InisinesB for business,
To keep it nnd secure more we
must do lrasiness in a business
like manner, We are prompt
nnd reliable, That is business.
W'e dn nil kinds of drayage and
cartage,   We want more.
Leave orders in our office in
tin- Cr.-iiiliriiok hotel block, op-
■iiisitc station, or telephone 56 ;
residence, (iu.
As we predicted several months
months ago, the Flathead country has been thrown open. The
" rush is on." The mines .ire
running'full blast and everything
is lovely. Il you are in our neighborhood come to the Alexandra
Hotel. It is the best hotel in
the district.	
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens Bros. & Co., Owner, and Proprietors,
Morrissey Mines, B. C
II. L. Stephens
J. I:. Stephens
The Great Northern is building
from Morrissey to the east.
Morrissey is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc. The
Australian Hotel is the " Hub."
II you wish to lind anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
find your man there,	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE BIO WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens Bro.., Owners and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
ADDITIONAL   LOCAL
Wanted An experienced servant
for general housework. Apply to
Mrs. .1. A. Hnrvey. Crnulirook.
A tennis tournament hns been
arranged and the start will be made
next Siitunlny. The progranine
includes ladies singles, mens singles, Indies doubles, mens doubles,
and mixed doubles. Entries will
close at 12 o'clock noon on Friday
nnd those desiring to tnke purl, in
the tournament must hnve their
names in In-fore that time.
Wonl has been received thut Tom
Wellinnn has purchased tlieLeliind
hotel at Vnncouver for whicli lie
paid the sum of $15,000. The Lo-
lund is one of the liest hotels in
that city and Mr. Wellinnn hns
shown excellent judgment in his
selection of tlie property. Furthermore he will without n doibt tnke
hold of the business with chiirnc-
teristic energy and mnke n success
of the institution.
For Sale—Cheap, ueut cottage
on Hanson Avenue. Apply "Cottage" G, D. Terry. 15-tf
Last Monday night while driving to Marysville, a pnrty consisting of Messrs. Whituiore, McDonald, Kearn and Hodges met
with a serious accident, While
driving down a hill, the tongue
slipped through the neck yoke nnd
disaster followed. MesBi-8. Hodgs.
Ream and McDonald jumped to
save themselves antl all were more
or less injured, while Mr. Whit-
more remained iu the rig to take
cure of the team and finally got
them Btoppod and escaped injury.
I
Attention K. P's.
There will be a specitti meeting
of Crescent Lodge, No. iiii, Knights
of Pythias, in Odd Fellows hull, on
Tuesday evening, July lil. All officers and members are requested
to be present.
T. Kookes. C. C.
.1. A. Arnold, K. ofR. S.
Rlfht Kiitl ol a Hotel.
Any one who is interested in seeing u hotel built for the comfort
and convenience of its pittrons,
wonld do well to look through the
Iiit|M-rinl hotel on Armstrong nvenue. It is a new building, plastered throughout, conveniently arranged, und us soon us it is fully
equipped with furnishings wiil
prove a material benefit to the
town. Mr. William Small, the
proprietor, is doing all that he can
to get the house in shape. But ns
Mr. Matheson Bays, " It takes time
to do good work, and lots of it."
The imperiul will be a popular
hotel, and already has all the busi-
.less it can attend to until I tis completely furnished,
ITEMS FROM MOYIE,
THE MOYIE 1.1 MIIIJlJ COMPANV
Moyie is nol only backed by the
best silver-lend mine in America,
but litis behind it. ulso. one of the
most improved uiul best equipped
snw mills in South Kust Kootenny.
Tin- company hnve a large quantity
of high clnss timber in tlu-ir booms
and lhe mill is working overtime
to linish the cut during the summer. There ure nbout sixty men
working nt the mill nud every dny
fifty ntnl sixty thousand feet of
high class lumber ure being turned
out.
IIOMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL.
Father Coccolo wns in town lust
week and, ns the present church is
becoming too suud] for the congregation, it wus ili'cided. to erect n
larger buiiiliug. The mutter was
enthusiastically taken up and a
committee consisting of, 1*. -T. McMahon, A. 1". McDonald. J. P.
Farrell, M.,). Harper nnd Edwnnl
Walsh wns appointed to liuve
charge of lhe work. The chapel
will lu* erected on the corner of
Movie nvenue nnd Trainstock
street und will hnve u seating
capacity of two hundred people.
NEWS NOTES.
Clins Mcliiielilin, of Nelson, did
business in Movie the pust week.
Ed, -Miller, of Frank, was registered ut the Hotel Kootenay ou
Friday.
J. H. Greenfield, of Vancouver,
wns inspecting thc post office lust
Saturday.
T. Jl. Roberts
suriinee iu Moyie
Inst week.
wus writing  m-
thc hitter part of
C. P. R. May Build It.
A V. P. R. Burvey party has es-
tablisl.nl a camp near Gallownv
and started to make a survey from
the Crow north through the Kootenny valley to Golden. This would
indicate that the Kootenay Central
is to be built by the C. P. R„ or
that tho compnny, under its blanket charter, intends to protect its
interests in this section by building
along the territory covered by the
Kootonny Central charter, 11
menus, without a doubt, that the
Kootenny valley will soon have
transportation which will bo n vast
benefit to Fort Steele and the entire valley lying north to Golden.
W. McLean, uf Montreal, was
registered ut the  Hotel   Kootenny
ou Sunilny.
A. B. Morris, of Vnncouver, was
registered nt the Hotel Kootenny
on Thursday last.
C. L. Brooke, of Vnncouver. has
rented the Christian block and will
o;:i-it u jewelry store.
H. .1. I'enier opened ii studio in
Moyie Inst week nnd is prepared
to do all kinds of photography.
Thos. Rader, of Morrissey
Mines, wns in town the pnst week
looking after his mining interests.
Rev. Mr. nud Mrs. Fortune, Miss
Fortune, und i\!rs. Tate, Cruubrook,
were visiting friends in .Moyie lust
week.
Otto Gussueim, ii milling iiiiiii of
New Vork. wns in Moyie lust week,
looking over some mining
erties.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
For terms, maps und ftirthe
locnl Inml agents:
V, Hyde linker. Cnuibrook, B. C.
l.ll. Wilson, Wurdner, B.C.
R. 11. Bruce, Wilmer, B. C.
- --articular-, apply to the following
E, .Miilliiiuliiiiie. Jr., Creston, 11. C.
H. & M. Bird, Nelson, B. C.
pn'l'
New Decorating Firm.
F. O. Bradley & Co., of Nelson,
has rented the store in the new-
block next to the "Royal Hotel" and
in a few days will open with a complete stock, the latest designs, in
wnll papers, and room mouldings,
in addition, to wall papers, Air, |
Bradley will contract for painting
in nil its brunches. Sign writing
will be a specialty, and a first-class
artist will nave charge, of this work.
A movement is on foot to start it
bathing club uml it, is likely thut
there will lie u lurge number, of
bolli sexes join.
John McDonald lins built several
dressing looms ou the lake shore
ind those going bathing eun now
do so wiih comfort. Two of the
rooms are for ladies.
The Indies of the Presbyterian
cliurch held ii strawberry nnd ice
crciiin sociul lust Monday evening.
There were u lurge number attended and several hours of the evening were enjoyiibly spent by those
present,
Wanted Immediately t
AGENTS
In -„ll Fruit Trpec. ltna|iljerr.v, Oooapli..rrj
-ni'i I'lirmi.t I1ii-1i,'h, etc.   (join! pn.v tr-wltl** :
millll li     There ia lii« money in thia work
li.r Irjal ..orlli.v men,
0VEE liOO ACRKS
w„ hnve, nntler rtil.lrittlciii; over 600 nerea
4il Niii'M'iv stork. Including tlio choicest nml
ln-al Villi, lira r.H'01'.'iiiir.l llllll gft'll" 11 JilllM-
ilnr. IV.' wilt deliver lunula tit eualomera in
Rood .'..il.tilii.ii. fi.-iel.l imi.I Onr nio-nts
lm..' .'v.'i'.,' ndvuntngn Ilint thia line of tiuai-
nee. 41.it offer I lii'in. A'.j.l.v ni.iv for terma.
PBUIAIM NURSBRV CO.. Toronlo, Ont.
|N' I! ■'iVlllliiiikeiirrillini-llli'llta for local lIBellej
or f.ir tlie li'inilling of exclusive tt'Jriturj,    I
PYRAMIDS FROM CANADA.
They are Built iron. Ores antl  Metal
from tbe Dominion.
St. Louis, July !> Canada's
greut mineral wealth is admirably
exemplified by an attractive exhibit in the palace of mines nud
metallurgy nt the World's fair.
Tlu- displny is the largest ever
made by Canada ut uny exposition.
Explorers hnve ventured in lute
yenrs us fur north ns u thousand
utiles from the boundary hue be-
tween the United Stntes und Canada in search of new fields, nnd the
quest hns not been in vuin.
Canada occupies a space of 9,000
square feet neur one ol* the main
entrances, adjoining the United
Stntes goveriiinent section in the
mines building, The exhibit is
not confined to show cases, but
unique and striking tuiiss displays
nn- made, As Canada supplies
more thun one-half of tin- world's
production of nickel und 95 per
cent of the world's production of
usbestos, these two ores lire given
u prominent place in the exhibit.
They ure displayed in the form of
large pyramids. The pyramid ol
nickel weighs 17 tons, while the
one of asbestos weighs 11 tons.
Two other pyramids are shown,
one of corundum, weighing 16 tons,
and nnotlier of illicit.
These pyramids illustrate lhe
processes the'ores undergo in the
transition from the crude state to
the finished product. For example, in the uickel pyramid the
ore as turned out of the mine
forms the base; above is u section
containing the product after the
rousting process. Above this is a
section containing the copper und
nickel matte, and the apex is finished in the refined article, Surmounting the pyramid is n statue
sculptured out of the refined nickel
und typically Canadian in design.
A feature of the exhibit holds a
place tn the center of the rear wall
of the section and resembles u
mantel iu shape. Three lull
columns on either side nre joined
by n large, nreh. the top of whicli
is lo feet from the floor. The
columns and arch are built up in
sections composed of representative minerals from provinces in the
Dominion. In the center of the
arch is a rich exhibit of gold from
tlu. Yukon nud British Columbia
mines.
Coul holds u prominent placi
the display. Specimens nn-shown
from nil fields, from Nova Scotia
on the Atlantic to Vancouver Islnml on the Pncilie, Most of tin
conl used by the Pacific Squadron
of lhe I'liiicd Stilted navy comes
from tbo Vancouver minus, Hold,
copper ores uud silver ores are
shown in large quantities, us lire
also chronic iron uud inniigaiicse
iron ore. Seveitty-five tabic cases
contain minerals arranged accord,
ing to tlieir geographical location,
In one portion of tho section is
thojoflioeof Superintendent ll. L,
Broadbeut, who hus charge of the
mining exhibit, The Cnnadlaii
section iu the palace of mines anil
metallurgy is of great interest not
only to those who nre interested in
mining lint to the layman, and is u
rendezvous for Canadian visitors.
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacilic Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
||    NEW DEPARTURE
We are now in shape to furnish all kinds of
MOULDING
BA5E and CASE
Orders promptly filled and delivered In town. For prices apply
King Lumber Mills Co. Limited
SHELTON
L. CLAPP
The Wentworth
Shetton & Clapp,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
out oi the 24
KOOTENAY HARBLE
AND
MONUHENT WORKS
 NELSON, B. C.
.Muitiifiieturei's of uml wholesale uml ratal! dealers in
Marble and Marble Work of All Kinds.
Wc own uur own qunrrlos, nml tin* quality in conceded
to In' tin! boflt. Monuments, Headstones, florhle Trimmings lor IluildhiKs, n speojftlly, Hy buying fmm uh you
got tho nmtorinl nt firet coBt.
Timber Notice.
**4*4444444»4»tttCt(.ftt.*it
It BUSINESS   COLUMN 1
di   —SSSBBSSSSSS——mmm—S  *
* Locals in this column will be J
J charged at the rate of 5 cents £
Jj per line each issue. {jj
*4**444444444*ttt *(»*(»»*
Houae for Snle; five rooniH; pantry
andoollur; two fenced lotn; stable nnd
chicken house; ti»75 if sold at once
aero.sfl creek. Apply to Mrs. \V. .1
Welsh, or HeruM ollice.
i- ilniu I
iiitllT 1)1
House for rent,
ilecnr,
,! nst what you $
Proat Photo Co,
Apply to Harry Van-
runt, the dent photos
Take notion Hint thirty ilayw nftc
intend tn apply to tlie ('Iiii'l I'ummim
I.iiihIh nml  \Vnrkn lor n „\ Inl limn
nml ciin.v nwny timtmr from tlm  following
llenoribod Inmls in Went Kootonny:—
1 Commi'iii'lnK nt n point marked J, T.
Itiirjii'ss iiort-h-ivuHti cornor pout planted at a
point two mikd Hinilli of Kitchener on the
wnnt niclo of itimt-ii'ii rreflk, thance aouth no
chalna, thence «tiet Nil f'tmlnu, thenee north
NO I'lmiiiH, 11n. co went 80 i-liainrt to the plnee
of i-iniiinciii*'-iiii'ui eontululng 1140 nereo more
>p \em.
Located the Slot day of Mnjr, 1004.
2 Tommi'tiring nt a poet marked J. T.
Ilui-KPue north-weat corner ooet planted at a
point three milea eouth ot Kitchener on the
w.'Ht Bide ol UubhII creek, thence Houth 80
I'lmiiiH, thence enet 80 dutine, thence north
M0 I'lmiiiH. t lii'in*- wbhI 81) i-hniim to the plnce
ol I'jmmeueenmnt containing 1140 acres more
or leaa.
Located tlie 'Jim day of May, 1004.
■I.T. Bnrgats, Locator
I.'L J. I'. Kldridgu, Ag-ciit
Timber Notice.
Tnke notice Dint thirty daya after dato I
Intend to apply to the Chief (lommiwiouer of
I.iuuIh iiiiii Works for n special llcenaa to cut
nud carry nivny timlier from the following
deanrlbod lauda 111 West Kootenay:—
1 Ciiiimu'iimig nt a poet marked J. I).
Bldridge'a north-weat corner poet planted at
n point four milea aouth uf Kitchener on the
weat Hide of HuhhHI creek, thence south 80
chains, then-a eiiHt NO chains, tlience north 80
chains, theuce west 80 chains to the plnoe ol
I'linimi'iici'iiiciit containing 040 more or 1mm,
Located the J 1st day of May, 1004.
2 Commencing at a post marked J. D.
Kltlridge's north*west corner post plunted ar,
a point live mites south of Kitchener oo ths
west side of RuHSell creek, thence south BO
chuiiiH, thence enst 80 elm1 tin, thence north
80 chaliiH, thence west 80 chains to the place*
of commencement containing (140 acrea mot*
or leap.
Located the 91st day of Hay, 1004.
U J. 0. Kldridge, Lotttq

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