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 THE
CP
V
\NBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME
CRANBBOOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,  Till KSDAV.   Al i-
.
NUMBED   22
Wanted Immediately !
AGENTS
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N II   Willi,i4l mih, tH lor 1.11*1.1 HK.-UCJ.
nt l,n Hi.-), iii.ltni.i .,1i-si lii'.i-i* ii.iiiln y.
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/
J. M. DERR,
noni ami simi: MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Foptwoar to Measure a Specialty
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
Ki'\v rigs, Li'imil driving
nml siuldlo horses nt
reasonable rato, Onr
ninnvill lu1 togivogootl
..•un- In nil horses st;i-
llll'il with us.
N. C. McUINSTRY, 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,   dive me a call.
McVittie & Laidlaw,
*-->
Mining Engineers
ami Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
THOS. T. McYlTTlE, P.L.S.
IT. LAIDLAW, M. E,
D. J. .JOHNSON
CARPENTER
AND
.«      BUILDER
JOBBING   All ENDED   10
OFFICE IMl SIKH'
OLD HERALD BUILDING
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbriiuk Mclhodlsl Church.
Cnritor 1,1 llntisini Avt-nuc .ml Limls Sir*.**.*.
Biiiiilnj Bi-rvlrnc
nivtiw Wimbl-i 11 ' -'
ADIAN
•ACIFIC
THE
railway STR.VTHCONA
World's   Fair
Formerly Ilnti.*! I'linir
NELSON, B. C.
CXCUrSIOn   katCS B.TOnPKINS, Manager.
Cranbrook tn | riiis i.-j. i is din. "i tin i- ii in
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llalUax 121.80 Ken lurk     101.00 bm.i])1. ro
Pnaliir, 8 .1 Tli i	
Cranbrook H.pti.i iimnii
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Hnnilii) I. " iiimiiiiI 7 mi |i    ,
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V iiiiiii l*i>ii|iliw s p. in. TunililJ
I'niji'i Mii'liHIl » I', ui- W,„liiii,ilii.i
I'lu- iiuiiiii* nn- ■•ui'iliiill.v llivlteil in iili-u.l
III      llli||H.
Pastor, K. W. Aii'iiili.'.
Craliriiuk Presbyterian Church.
H..I.I111II1 rt, rvli'i»: 11 II. Ill nm) 7.110 p. in.
s ui.lii.v Bel I iiml niiili-rliiHH il p. ui.
1 lirirlinii lJiiili'Uvi.r.'Tui.'<iluy H p. III.
I'll.'Iiuiiiii* 111*11 rnriliiiilj' ilivili'il  I" UtlOllO
all Ilu- lillllH.
Pastor, W. II. W. Fortune, 11. A.
Crescent Li.ii.iu Nn. 88
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, 11. C.
Moots lliiil nn.l 4th Tuesday nl 8 |i. In. In
l.ll. I). I*', lli.'l.
.I..V -i.s "in. K. n.n.
N. Un.l.. C. I'.
Ylelllttg llti-l 111*111 corillullylnvltotl in ntti-nil.
Cranbrook Local Union 1241 ol lhe United
llriiilierliniiil of Carpenters and Joiners
of America.
This Inml meets t-vni'.v Fridayovenlnsat
s p. tu. in ('. 1„ ll, bull.
Vii-itiiiK llli'lln*i*ii Cordially Invili-il.
.1. A. I.ASiiiiv. ,1. II. Milins.ii.il.
](i:i -.-4i:i'. I'lii.i-ini:*,'**
^   I.O.O.F.    Key Cily Lodge
No. 4U. .Meeis nvery Monday nliilit ill llu-ir li'ill iiii
ll.iker Btreet,   Kajourlng
(Mil Fellows cordially Invited,
S .1. Nl iinn. W. II. M.l'iiil.iii.'.
N,  il. Bee v.
<\-i_ * Craabrook Lodge, No. 3.
*.-'.'"'Mf ''"■-- A. F. 4 A.M.
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XX     II i-uuliir meetltiK, nn I i
■ ,WSj>V     llill'l Thiimluy "I 1
• f^'V      "»"""*
\tailing br ii'i*n wolooin.ii,
m a. BrA/.r, Beo'r.
*
CKANBROOk   MUSi'll   OF
THE  A. L. U.  NO Kl
Moots every  Hntnnlay
night  in   I. II. II.  1*'.   hull
. tailing llrcihrcn cordial.) Invited to attend
Purohaso Pries $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
SEE
ARNOLD &■ ROBERTS
CRANBROOK
W.R.BEATTY
UNDERTAKING
and
EMBALMING
CRANBROOK
TELEPHONE   89.
Olflte removed tn Btore huilillnx nc\l
Uu\-i\ Hotel allcr AtiRind Ul.
UNDERTAKING
HMBALHING
— .-»,**., ■> —
A Large Slock in Caskets and
Robes.   .-»   .■»
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
COY
CRANBROOK, B. C.
— mi lll'l- IIMII
September 5. '*, 7-
; G. P. TISDALE,
i'i,.-.ii.i„i .1 ui..
LOW EXCURSION  FARES j       Cranbrook
lul* nil rn.-Ii'in ;, I*
quoted win im l'ort Arthur, nil
r.'.il nl* lllku rnuii'. li.'lui'iiiiiM siniii-
i,r vin ChiciiKO nml Sl   I.nllis.
I'm-[nil |,iii-li,'iil.ii'i-ii|,|-l'' to local ni: nts
li. Hllller, Agent, Cranbrook.
,1. S. OAHTKK, I'- -I.l OYI.E
n.l-.A.. Nelson   A.ClJl'.A. Vnncouvo
.**,,,,,,,,,•--• -♦ • • .. ■ ***® 4
Dezall Brothers     I I
Candy Kitchen \
I  llll.-S 41 l'.4IU||lell*Sl44l*l     ,1
! Candles, l:ruiis, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
I'obaCCOS. dive us 11 call
BOOTS SHOES
Having piiRliaml lln- rtrx-k ol
Iloola uml Slioes of iin- Knnnnly
Blacksmiths j | ~S^
Horse Shoeing :;l   \i,v,„,„ ,iMirin8 n.iv.i,i„„- i-
J        thia line will anvil n„ -   by call*
Carriage Repairing and     < \\ mj.miX 'n™uiiaiin« tur iiwin-
liencral Jobbing.... ' !(   . -_ v OAPr-
Oulslde Orders Prompt,* I ||    LEROY SAGE
_
»   Have You Any Pnintltiii In In- Done?      J
,  Do Any of Your Rooms Need Papering?  1
1
East Koolenay
Bottling Co. j i       if so see
Aerated Waters! w.n.clarke. J
of«» wnds  ^ ||!;:iri,'rr;,;:::;;i,2!
Syrups,   Champ.ignes,  Ciders1    cm-tii.    We want  to pleasi
n. k,      r:L i     \11\1 with tli.' work nml iveciw  j
Ginger Ales, htc.
Soda water in siphons.    Thc most
economical way o handle it.
■  ri';isiitiul»!ix pay.
Royal Hotel, Cranbrook
H. C. RHODE
Harness Maker,
Cranbrook, li. C.
Brwllos, SmUli -  Hnr    -■  utu
HoreeSup] k
.,Repairing oi all Kir.-J^..
Eiicli Month....
Brook.   Tliu
hnvu confido
work.    S.r
CBtiUUltCB.
Contractor mul lluiltlor
,^00000"CtOO'Cj
Poor Mrs.     0
p SmiiKcrs aivd the 0
Thurstons
P      By   L.   C.  CHITTENDEN      V
■.;  l&uJTci  ■ ■■   S irt] ipei V-
■-ii'" .-   ■ yt
laOOODOOEiiCsC
rrii" Thumtona were out In the hay*
loft n hearsing it iceno from "Bluo-
boanl."    Bndaonly   Molly   oxclaltneU,
ii .   cornea CnUiorl"
A inl qulto us IE thnt wns bla cue to
appear tbe Rov, Prank TburatoD'a
bead appeared In tlio doorway.
"Children," ho aald, "I wlab you
would ffo and see bow poor Mrs, Smith*
era is today, l bavo to no lu the other
direction. Thoro Is n poor woman wbo
come to towu laat iiiiiii very 111, wltb a
young child, She iiii'il before morning
tuul left word for the English priest to
ll ud a good borne for Sit child. She
wont to tho Davis family, who bad
known her lu tbo old couutry, but tboy
m*e tco poor and have too many of
their own to keep tho child. So l must
attend to tho matter at onci'."
"Oh, couldn't wo tako the child, dad
dyV" ^nkl roily.
"I'm afraid not," said the Uev.
Thurston, 'Tor the same reason tbat
tliu Davlses can't. But don't forget to
Bee bow poor Mrs. Smlthers is,"
"Wo won't. Wo'll nil go," said Molly.
So tho busy parson wont bis way, nud
liis six olive branches soon started up
tbi> road toward Mrs. Smlthers*.
"I suppose tlio reason daddy wants
to know lmw poor Mrs. Sutlthers Is Is
because bo wants to Know If she cnn
afford to tako tbo poor littlo child,"
sa'nl Dummy Deo after a season of
thought
"Why, of course," said Polly, stopping to kiss bim. "Yon dear child to
think about tlmt! I've been worrying
about It myself, but that's tbo very
plnce, that groat, bhr, clean, shiny
bouse, and just Mrs. Smithera in It, of
course."
"Hush!" said Molly. "Here wo aro.
Won't that dear little orphan havo
beautiful times playing in tho yard?"
she continued, gazing around the Immaculate lawn, Unit looked tis thougb
it had been washed and Ironed, it was
so smooth.
Then they trooped up tho Btepa and
rang tho hell.
A vory cross and somewhat elderly
looking woman opened the door a lillle
k  in i run
The Two Factors
i pl.-iifl.inl drive arc fornlahi-d li.v llieli
lilillis  IIU'I     I uud run luge.
luiiddlt ili,.»„.,iiii'„iillii-l,i4v. iiiiii-l
_ ini.ri'hl.il,*, lliiin i»i. liulli, URlllil limr.i'
ames Greer "*
The Handley Livery Stables
It lliruiall aultnblo uutllta lm* uny inii'iiiii'i
Prest Photo Co.
studios:
Cranbrook, Fernie, Moyie
...British Columbia...
DRS. KINQ& MILES,
DENTISTS
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Teaina and drivera furuiahiil for any
point In tlie ilistiirt.
A. DOYLE, Manager.  CRA  HROOK,   :
unci; HOURS:
41 tn IJ ll HI.
1 lo fl p nl.
7 lo H |i   ill.
CRANBROOK, B.C .
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar.
Barrister-;, Solicitors, Etc.
Ilaicll lilock Cranbrook, I). C.
j. H. THOriPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Craubrouk, B. C.
DRS. KING & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Olllee at Residence, .-.rmstroni- Ave.
OrriCH IIIIUKS:
poreaoons,   -   -   *   -   9:.ll) lo il
Aflernooaa  •  ■   ■   •   1:30 In 3:30
Bvenlnga   ■   •   ■   •    7.30 lo 8:30
:      :    i'„ r
< lul III k for wiililinn*, Iiini-ril-. i.i* . ji'iii
rutocbiirgca,
I'.U'I. IHMll.lJV.
.SAVE TIME.
Al LTHETIHE
I'.Y US1KG
SEATTLE, TACOHA
AMI .411. rAi-irtc COA8T POINTS
St. Paul, CliiciRo, New Vurk
ami .mi.  ri'i.vrs bast
I'alncc and Tourlsi Sleepers, Bullet, lilirar;.
Cam, Modern   H«y Coacli-'E,   fllniiis   Cji*
;Mcals a la Carle.
BEST riEALS ON WHEELS
7   FAST TRAINS   7
U- East and West Daily **
Special excursion rates ta World's Pair. Si.
Louis.      Your choke of finite.
For rnles, foklora uiul full Informnlio
egnriliiig liins, cnll on or mlilross
3,0. YKtlKES, H.. BRANDT
II. Vi. I', I, C, P. A T  A
Hi-nlllo VH IV. Rivoralilo ,Vvo
Wui-li. Siioknno, Wnsli.
*? 3i^M^''
":it:'*;
'iii 1
®	
nnd pnzed grimly nt tlio six red
cbeeked Thurstons who witb quaking
hearts smiled affably nt her,
"In Mra. Smlthers in''" asked Polly
politely.
•'She's In fast enoagV returned the
woman; "in bed with rheumatism and
uooralgy from cleanln' house before it
wns warm enough weather."
"We'd just as lief go UP nnd Bee
her," .suggested Molly, with u desire to
he agreeable.
The woman sniffed, "It's not company .she's witntin'," she began, when a
deep voice from the upper regions was
bonrd:
"Ilow do you know whnt I want,
June Thornton? Who Is it'r"
"They cnn coma and tell you," re*
piled .lane In n caustic tone, nnd,
Blandlng aside, she opened Iho door
wider. Six pairs of feet rubbed them*
selves on tbo mat and tiptoed through
ilu' oilcloth covered hull nnd up the
Btatrs. Following tbo dlroctlon of tlio
voleo, they presently Btood a fa i< inat*
ed, speechless row ut tbe side of her
bed,
Mrs. Smlthers ordinarily was on un*
common personality, and uow. wltb
ber f.tee Bwatbed In bandages, sir*1
looked out at the astonished Thurstons
with a twinkle of aamsemeut In hor
sharp, tleep set eyes.
Dummy Dee was thc (list to recover
his tongue.
"I'm sorry you're sick. Mrs. Smlthers," ho snld. "Daddy told us to come
end see how poor you are. "I think,"
ho went on, "It's because ho wants you
to tako a baby to raise."
"Whoso mother hns died, nnd siia
wnuted father to Qnd a place for it,"
said Molly.
"We'd love to tnke It," snid Dummy.
seizing his turn, "but we uro poor onc-
selves, nml such a lot of us nnd a little
house."
'i suppose that's whnt mado him
think of you, there's so few of you nnd
so much house* you know," said Tom,
Mrs. Smlthers proceeded to untie
bandages and to Ue back on tho pli
it.ws and laugh.
"Do you think I could stano" a young*
Bier cluttering un this bouse »nd both
wing the life out of me?" she atffcoil j
when sho could i i".....
Then Pally, who bud been looking
around the _n at, b [uare,  ch
room, came nearer,   "Mother
idren a   afort anyway," .
Bhe said,  "Even If tbey da ■■
ml make a lol of uolse thoy till up all i
the empty plai es."
Mis. Smlthers' lone, childless heart
bounded ond ber taco Boftcm I
looked 11 I.." bIj     urdj fuci
nestlj regarding her.
■   dl and rightly i -■;■-
baps, a bard business woman, :
from many 1 L'bls
new feeling 1 _ through the
crust of hi !■ 1.a  ., aot at all un«
i"'
Mr 1, Stulthi 1 1 pulli 'i tho be ; . ■
the i.' -l. ai d presi     ■ -'
" l ..I,--   . dov
Jane," said Mrs. I   iltbers, and
was in ber voice something thai made
1 ■ ■■   : ire open mouthed nt ber, "aud
nil  tin 01   up on  your  famon
caki ■," she wi at on, "I'm gob
nii and dress.   Tbey have cured mj
neuralgia.     Vnu    hnve    the    surrey
brought around In half an hour.  I'm
going to see nbout adopting a child."
Jane, Btrlcken dumb wltb astonishment and perfectly Bure that her mistress had suddenly gone crnzy, man-
id, however, to carry out her orders. Tbo people In the village were
presently entertained by tbe spectacle
f a surrey packed full of eholterlnir,
laughing Thurstons, with Mrs, ;:
ts towering up In their mldi n I
driving wiih reckless abandon.
At n suutli house in the far end of the
town tho Uev. Mr. Thurston was busj
making arrungi tnentB for tbe burial of
tbe child's mother whon Mrs. Smith-
et's and tbo children i tunc in.
Tho child wns asleep in Mrs. Davis*
nrms. Mrs. Smith* rs Btooped oi
it up gently, it sighed, a llttti
sigh, half opened Its eyes nnd wiih a
gurgle of content nestled down again
ngnlusl her Bhoulder.
At thnt momenl Mrs. Smlthi rs w is
so hljppy tlmt sh" would not have , \
. hanged places witb any living
She put Inr purse In ber astonished
rector's bands.
"I will pay all tbe espenses of the
burial," sbe said, "aud I will lake the
baby."
"She wasn't at nil too poor, daddy,
you see," Bald Dummy Dee.
S JOHN WRIGHT, I
i Orchestra Manager [
J *
_  Mask tarnished Iur Balls, Parties, etc. 5
Twn i.) icvea pieces, *♦
i
I Cranbrook,   -    ■    -    b. C. 5
;
<.»JtV»»T*>V»»tV'*VV?»»t»t»
WONG FONQ
ii   ull  kit .1      .. -.- unci
;  uud •t-oa
*, (.'hit '■-.■ imJ
■   ■■ . "•- ■■   ute,
Siore on Armstrong Avenue.
Cl  tese Labor Employment Agency
Oriental Bazaar
i "l Cluneal, nnd Jiiunnose
I'.'iiu >   (ioixls.     J>J4 *    in   Ihirii-k
;   lito i Id  li. !;.!<! 4,ilii*i*.
JIM MAHWAH
DR. BIDI.AKE, M, R. C. V. S.
VEIERINAW 5UR0E0N
; I      itrj nml LiuiionesB
ii Sp.
rel. '    II. CIIANBROOK, B.C.
.. .,...,.... 4. ,.vy
SMOKE
The I.ol  Kutonir.
Tho princes and greate ■ i    .       -
slam prepare a long toy b ot w
prow and ornamented stern and ■
benches oil complete, i ad soni -Times a j
pinnacled flotte  In imsb -I  wl  .  i    '
tinsel nnd paste Jewels,   tm t1...- benches nro placed well dressed dolls
uniform of the owner armi d wli bra
le paddles.   Instead i t Ui i bui
per large candelabra are fixed n .
Ing with waslights and .-:.-.- ofl
the Bplendor of tbo ship and Its crew.
Such "kntong" ay these nre launched
tn tho roynl pres mce at one of the pal-
aco landings nnd float otong bei
a Hue of gu ird s
lamps, ninid the dis ■ urge ■■:
and fireballs aod wltb limi lights ab n-
ing upon them from b ime r in     I o!
royal yacht
The Boating of these boats [for 1
word lol means to^float) Is bot really
"to tho dend," bnt only In h< n >i  of
them, for ofter a short journey tbey
nre rocaptun d and n stored I ■ '
prim ely owm rs,   Rut they ad
posing feature to th i uigbl ■ tl
nnd doubtless yli Id to their pro]
nnd to nil who have a hand In tb
ness a i omfortable com Ictton
tlie wbnle proceed!
merit" as good Buddhists.   It Isa i
or strange coin tdenee (if it is n coincidence ut nil) that the dato of tbo koi
Katong corresponds nearly in all years
witb tbo old Catholic fete col
with tho Jour des morts.—London Saturday .Review,
;;.    THE FAMOUS
• Ei Presidente i
ff      mm*  ammmm. =     gS*
I    CIGAR    |
\ A. C. BOWNESS f
DISTRIBUTOR %
•i ,.''i,"%%Ly
ARE—r-YOUR n
CCOUNTS in f
RREARS ? ? ? ? ?   •
I: the rush of business !
prevents YOU finding
time to write   up your j
books, or having your \
bills and accounts regu- ■
larly rendered and col-
Wlien Greek SleeU Option.
I venture to say tbat I do not believe
the study of Greek would suffer if It
were made voluntary. When Bishop
Thlrlwall was told that ot Cambridge,
of which ho was so Illustrious an ornament, the choice lay between compulsory religion nnd no religion nt nil, be
repHed, ■The distinction is too subtle
for my mental grasp." it U ao doubt
true that Greek lias been well and effectively taught to unwilling i iplU
buMl may also ho true tbat the an
of Greek acquired by a passman at oxford or a passman at Cambridge Is not
worth ihe timo bestowed upon tha acquisition. On tho oilier band, the removal of compulsion wonld ool leave
Groek to Maud upon its own i
iiui tho dlslnti n -,"l entbus n . - of
heaven born students, It would
lead to posts of honor nnd ei
even iii this world. Thero would still
be clnsslcnl 11 ho and cln
Ci:; ■■.   ' ips and similar Inci nl
thi i   who bad i   t tbo i acred thirst of
Browning's grnmmnrlnn.    I i       I
French, Is n nea  ilty; Greek, Ilk ■ Gi r-
man, Ih a luxury. — Herbert Paul In
Nineteenth Century.
Koi nn  Affair of die Heart,
Tbey stood ut ber door, and there
ieemed to be some constraint between
! them.
! lie was a trifle older than she, nml
' she had tiie advantage of him in looks
\ too.
j In Ids eyes there wns supplication,
j and in hers there wore disdain, scorn,
rejection,
j    "If I might,1' bo began.
"No, sir," she Interrupted.   "It is totally unnecessary,"
"But"-
"I do not wish to bear you."
"One word."
"Not one, sir."
"Well, if you won't"—
"I wnnt nothing you can olTer mo."
"But r-
"Ouce for all, 1 ted you I wnnt no
tinware today."
She shut tbe door and wont tn, nnd
thc oeddler weut on lo tbu next bouse,
lected, apply to
JOSEPH RYAN
P. 0. Boi JU
CRANBROOK, „■*   J. B. C.
N-.tJ:c of Dissolution.
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Timber Notice.
Tnko notice lliol I hit ty days niter data, I
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immiiwioncrolliindnaod worksat Victoria,
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Dttttdol Murjsvllle, July 24, lfl"4.
S.P. Manahan,
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....CRANBROOK   BEER...
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All over the district the demand for CRANBROOK BEER is increasing.    Moyie, Marysville, Kimberley, Jaffray, Fort Steele, Wasa, Morrissey, and Morrissey Mines are sending in orders faster than
they can be filled.   The people want the Beer.
It is Pure, it has Body, it is Pleasing to the Taste, it is made from Pure Spring Water,
it is what the People Want and it is what They are Asking For
When you drink beer ask for CRANBROOK BEER, the beer that is making Cranbrook famous. It is the best.
Drink it once and you will drink no other.
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ITEMS FROM MOYIE
Tlip Herald Correspond	
THE ST. EUGENE,
The. St. Eugene is nuw running
t.i tin- fullest capacity and, seeing
tlmt the bounty has been extended
to or..- exported frum Ciinndii, tin*
prospects for it continuing to do
so, are of the  brightest.     Word
wns   received   from   Ottuwu   lust
week, to the effect* that un order
in counoll lnul been passed uriuit-
in-j: u limiiity of $10 ii ton on i-oii-
centrutes  snipped    from   llritisli
Columbia Mines to smelting works
in   Europe, Imt not to smelting
works in the United Stutts.   This
directly affects the St. Eugene, us
it ships concentrates to Europe
nml tin- outlook   for u lune; and
prosperous   run  has   novor boon
better.
CHANDJIOOK-MOYlE 11.11,1, GAME,
Lust Saturday a base-ball team
of Craubrook Innoconts visited
Moyii- und played our local .luven-
ilu team, As the train was Into
the t,r.'iine iiii! not start until 2:Jil).
Tin- Oraubrookitos were captained
by Master Henderson while the
home l.-ain wore under roulrul of
Muster (iolili-n Webster, The
guiiiii tlirnugliuut wus noti'd for
its clean play by both teums nud.
whenever a particularly unml piny
was iiiiuiii, tin- tuiliiusi'il crowd
gave wi-11 merited applause. The
full iiiin- innings were playod and
at the call of timo tho si-oro stood
2-1 io 11 in favor of tin- home team.
'I'lu- buys on Imth Bides un- gentlemanly players and, wlicu the return
match is played in Cranbrook on
Labor day, sliould put up a game
Well worth seuing.
prof, chase's hop,
Lust Fridny evening Prof,
Chase, who is conducting a dime
ing schoul in town, guvi- a very en*
joyuble dance in the Morley hull
A largo number were present and
tripped tin: light fantastic until
twelve when all repaired to the
Palace restaurant, where u dainty
re]inst wus spread. After supper,
dancing was again indulged in nnd
kept up until the early morning
hours, when those present went
homo, voting it one of the most
enjoyable evenings of the summer.
NEWS  NOTES.
1). J. Johnson was in town on
Sunilny.
»T. A. Harvey was in town on
legal business the latter part of
last week.
Thomas Kriggs, of Victoria, was
oing business in Moyie last week,
Dr. and Mrs. King, accompanied
by Miss Carter, spent last week in
town.
The Moyie school opened last
Monday with n large attendance in
both departments.
R. F. Lnngford, of Winnipeg,
was registered at the Hotel Kootenay on Monday.
Joe. Sterritt, of Cranbrook, wns
here iu connection with P. Burn's
business last week.
Mrs. Hollander, of Missoula,
Montana, is visiting her daughter
Mrs. Philip Conrad.
K. P. WolliiBton, of Victoria,
wns doing business in Moyie the
the former part ot the week.
It. H. Philiio and A. F. Teetzell,
of Vancouver, were registered at
the Hotel Kootenay on Thursday
last.
Mr. and Mrs. I'l II. Slater, accompanied by Mr. anil Mrs. A.
Sinter, of Cranbrook were in
Moyie lust Saturday.
The Indies of Moyie intend to
give u ball in the Morley hull on
September 2nd, for thu purpose of
ompletiug the payment for the new
hose reel. There is alioiit 140 to
paid on the reel and, ns the
object is a worthy one, a largo attendance is a foregone conclusion.
the iron flume across the gulch,
which is to be in thu shape of an
inverted siphon and 1,1,00 feet in
length. As soon as the pipes are
given a galvanizing process the
work will proceed. If nothing
happens to prevent everything
should be rendy within thirty duys
to throw water, and then the work
of mining can bu inaugurated,
There has been considerable interest manifested in Perry Creek
this season aud the time is bound
to come wheu capital will bo invested in that section in sufficient
quantities to develope the riches
that undoubtedly lie hidden there.
And when that time comes a monument should be erected at Old
Town and on it should be inscribed
the names of those pioneers who
hive battled against big odds to
show the world that Perry Creek
wns worth the attention of mining
men with capital.
Perry Creek News.
Wurk was started on the lonao
iiiiii by Oliver Burge and John
Sherwood near Old Town.
It is expected that work will
soon be resumed on the shaft Btart-
ed by Gust Theis und K. O, Jennings ut Old Town.
Messrs. Bunks and Thompson
are sinking another shaft aliout
KOO feet above their old one but on
the same lease. They are now
down about 15 feet.
G. Gunge, of Macleod, Alberta,
was in town last week buying supplies for an outfit thnt is going to
work to sink a shaft in the pass
south of Old Town that leads to
Palmer Bar. It is claimed thnt
this is an old channel and it is
though that pay dirt will bu found
at bed rock.
The work on the Perry Creek
Hydraulic company's Hume is progressing as rapidly as the delays
in receiving material will permit.
They nre now ready  to put down
The Spokane Fair.
The Fifth Regiment Roynl Artillery band of the British govern*
ment will be in Spokane October
Ji to !l to furnish music for the
Spokane interstate Fair. J. Jl.
Finn is manager, The bund conies
from Victoria, B. 0. It is one of
the finest in the Uritish service.
It is un old organization with 21
of the best musicians in tlm land.
It has travelled iu the various
parts of tin- globe, but heretofore it
has seldom left British soil. This
year it secured permission to go to
the St. Louis fair nnd Spokune
fair. The baud is preparing specially for these two engagements
by daily drills and most persistent
practice. It also has hud made
in London new uniforms,
The bitml is strong on parade
and open air music mid also is
strong with its solo players. Manager R. H. Cosgrove of the fair has
arranged with tliis popular musical
organization not only to play for
parades and for the afternoon races
but it has arranged with it to give
a two hours concert each morning,
not in tho grandstand, but
iu some other part of the grounds
where seats will be placed for those
who wish them.
Orange Meat
A  Perfect  food
Moyie Victorious.
nv iv. win.mi.
Last Saturday morning the juvenile base-bull aggregation of
Cranbrook went to play u juvenile
team of Moyie as they supposed, but there were two or three of
the players on the Moyie side that
woru old enough to tell thu Cranbrook boys stories of how Moyie
boomed along while ago before
the Crnnbrookers were born. Nevertheless, the Cranbrook team
were not cowards and raised only n
suiiili argument about it. Cranbrook wns badly handicapped, owing to only having eight players to
the Lake town'sjnini'.
At exactly two-thirty the game
was called and the teams lined np,
Crunlirook went to but. the umpire
culled "play bull'' ami the match
begun.
Crnnbrook did rguod work at the
but in the first inning nud got two
runs, but Moyie showed up better
und mude three. While Crnnbrook
wub not bo good nt the but it did
some splendid bust- uutl Held work.
The game wns one sided till near
the Inst uud at the end of the Hfth
inning the score stood IH to Sl
favor of Moyie and then the teams
changed catchers and pitchers.
The new Mcyie pitcher struck Wilbur Hill on the head and the latter
wus unable to play throughout the
rest of the game this leaving Cruubrook seven players nud Moyie
nine.
Th IB made Cranbrook get their
mettle up and iu the eigth inning
they made eight runs this being
the highest numbor of runs made
by either of the sides throughout
the game.
At the end of the ninth inning
the score stood 24- 14 fuvor Moyie.
The umpire wns from Moyie and
a better one could uot be wished
for, as ho was firm ami did the
riglit thing with both sides.
The Craubrook boys stayed over
Sunilny and were given a splendid
time being taken all over the town,
out rowing and swimming on the
lake and shown through the St.
Kugene concentrator.
The Moyie team will come to
Cranbrook on Labor day and a
gootl time will be given them They
will also piny on base ball grounds
and not on a stump ranch like
the Craubroik boys had to run up
against.
Too much praise cannot be offered to Mr. McMahon, of tho Kootenay hotel nnd manager ofthe Moyie base bull team for bis kindness
and hospitality shown towards tin
Cruubrook boys during tlieir short
stay.
The tenuis lined up ns follows:
Moyie Crnnbrook
(J. Webster capt, A. Henderson
E, Crowe c A. Henderson
li. Webster p 0. Lounsbury
C. Crowe      lb       E.  Henderson
- Webster    2b    D.  McEnchcrn
- Walsh Jib R. Mel'ciik
A. Bupir cf W.Hill
J. Walsh rf C. De Roll'
J. Harper If W, Welsh
P.   Conrad    ss        	
College at Calgary.
Dr. McRea, of the Western Canada College of Calgnry, hns been
in town the pnst few days in the
interest of that, institution, The
college is making most excellent
progress and is attracting favorable attention frum the parents in
the west, who do not cure to send
tlieir children so fnr uwuy us tin*
enst to attend nn educational institution. A new buiiiliug thut is in
course of construction will be completed [iu October. This will accommodate thirty buys nnd give
ample space fur several clnss rooms
besides. A Indies'college will nlso
be opened iii the full in charge uf
Miss Carrie Smith, Into u toucher
at llaverill bull, Toronto, and Miss
MoOloiinon, of Si. Monica's college
Toronto, Tin-Be two schools will
be under one general supervision
in time, und wilb Ilu- tenehers thut
are secured the successoClhc institution is already assured.
The Fernie Vote,
The first municipal election held
iu Fernie took plnce Inst Friday
uud resulted in u victory fur Fred
Stork for mayor. Thu vote was us
follows:
FOB MATOB.
Alfred Stork  50
John Douglas Quail  Ji7
Majority for Stork  1 Jl
FOB AI.DEUMEU.
A. II. Cree  00
A. B. Trites  58
A. C. Liphurdt  5(1
1*. R. Lundio  55
Thos. Beck  47
J, A. MacLean   44
L.M.Proctor  JI8
S. F.Wallace  112
Phillip Ciirosella  110
W. W. Tuttle  27
There were 87 votes polled in nil
out of a totnl of (III. Only one
ballot wns spoiled,
CRANBROOK
WILL CELEBRATF
LABOR DAY!
MONDAY, SEPT. 5
«^List of
PARADE AT 11 A. M.
Best I'n ion Flout $10 00
Best Flout representing tlu.
lumbering industry  25 00
Best Merchants Flout  10 00
Best   Individual   Flout   in
parade  10 00
Union   with  Best  General
Appearance  25 00
Union with Largest Representation   25 00
1 I-, M. at annexes
Half Mile Dash, ponies 14.2 bnnds
or tinder.. 1st !?ll) 00; 2nd $4 00
Chopping Contest	
 1st |20 IX); 2ntl$10 00
Hundred Vds.   Foot   RttCO
(upon).. 1st $20 00; 2nd $10 00.
Running Brood Jump  I
 1st $10 U0; 2mt $1 00
Tie Milking Contest	
 1st MO 00; 2nd $20 00
Indian  Pony  Race   (Halt
Mile).... 1st $10 00; 2nd $5 00
Sawing Contest	
 1st $110 IX); 2nd $15 IX)
High Jump (Running)....
 1st $10 00; 2nd$l 00
Boys' IJiici-s, prizes amounting to $10 (X)
Back   to   Buck   Race  (on
.... horses).. 1st $10 j 2nd $4 00
Events*^
Climbing Cirensy Pole	
 1st $10 00; 2nd       - -
Ladies' Horse Race	
 1st $10 00; 2nd $5 09
Log Loading Contest	
 1st $50 00; 2nd $25 00
Girls'   Foot,  Races,  prizes
amounting lo $10 09
Putting Shot (16 lb. Bhot)
 1st $10; 2nd $5 00
Indians wreslling un horso
back 1st $15 (X); 2nd——
Squaw Pony Race	
 1st $10 00; 2nd $5 00
Fut Mini's li'iu-e, 200 lbs. or
over 1st $5 01); 2nd     ■■ ■»
Union Hen's Race, 100 yds.
 1st $10 (X); 2nd $5 00
Miners Drilling Contest	
 1st $175 00; 2nd $78 00
Tiigof-wnr.   Railroad   Men
vh. I .ii ...1 »(-r-..i,-ii PriM
Committee un Mining and Lumbering invents Wm. Oliver, J. P.
Fink..I. II. MoDonald,
Committee on Indian and Hon*
Racing Events Jus. (Jill, E. H.
Sniiili, F. I-!. Simpson,
Committee on Foot Racing,Tug-
of.Wur, Jumping, oto,—W, Small,
W, Rose. A. Dowsoii,
S. MoDonald,   I.R.Manning,
I 'resident.        Secretary.
Everybody Invited
Biggest time in Cranbrook's history
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Don't Forget Date, Sept. 5
	 THE   CRANBROOK   tl i RAl.l)
Uc  lime received uur first consignment ui
FALL
Ready-to-Wear
HATS
Tbere cau be uo doubt about tlu-ir
popularity.
!!:nli week wc will mid something
1,1 w  unci il.-iintv  lo tuir Btock of
Mill
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NEW BLOUSE GOODS
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REID & CO.
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i.i lhe hcsl Flour lor all purposes, makes the
whitest bread and the lightest cakes
Q. T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple Qroceries and Crockery
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Cackle at
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Price.
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"pHIS lias been a great
Fishing Tackle year
for us. We only have a
little left of a very large
stock.* We will have a
clean start for next year.
How are these prices:
Flys 30c per do:rn
GutH.o!;       : ;:. :!:s for 2Cc
2jz Lrad-rrs 15c
Poles, Reels, Lines andevcry-
thing else in proportion.-..-1.-*
Gel in anj get first choice
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Cranhrook  Collage  Hospital.
Corner Armstrong- avenue anil LewhtBt.
For full particular! apply to
Hiss Moss, - Matron,
Graduate "I St. Uiko'i llmpital, Vancouver, I!. C.
MISS ADOLPH,
Teacher ol 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
School Opening!
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And we are prepared for it by having in stock everything that a student requires -.t u* ** ****** **
C* E* Reid & Co.
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Wc want you to think ol us whenever you think of lothes
Our whole energy is concentrated on securing good things for
you to wear
THIS IS TRUE OF CLOTHING
THIS IS TRUE OF UNDERWEAR
THIS IS TRUE OF FURNISHINGS
Our Spring and Summer Stylos are now making a strong appeal to you* while our reasonable prices make an equally
strong appeal to your purse.   Wc are waiting to serve you
Rill $ Co., eratibrook's Greatest Store
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have for sale
scicial good bargains
in lnisiness
and residence properly
in lhe
Sllieller Town ol
MARYSVILLE
Boy now before
the price advances
Head Office, Baker Street, Cranbrook
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When you arc down  town call   and see  our
Yoho Proper Bath Heater
HOI' WATBR IN ONE MINUTE
Don't fail to see it in operation in our store.
We arc Sole Agents for this district "V* v ^*
McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
Picked Up About the Cily  by Asking
Questions ol Many  People.
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Drug and Book
Store,
Where it Pays to
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Don't take any chances kftVC
your doctor's presctiptions prepared with pure drugs by reliable, registered druggists.
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New goods arriving each week in the way of
HARDWARE
and everything that goes with a first class
stock in a Hardware Score.
D. McBRIDE
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f A. C.  BOWN ESS. Wholesale dealer In
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9 N«« Rooms in the \ik,*,i BI ick, just North ol Imperial Haul, Corner
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Y Agent lor Calgary Beer and ,*>uru-r
^C \genl tor T. Lebel & Co., Hay and lir.iin.
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Br. Corsnn, of Fernie. wus in
town n few days last week.
Miss Ward visited Miss Jennie
Richards in Klko this week.
Dr. P, E. King uiul wife were iu
Moyie several days tliis week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pinkham have
gonG to Calgary fur a few weeks
visit.
South African war scrip wanted.
Best prices offered by Arnold &
Roberts,
For Sale Good buggy and set
»)f harness, as Ljootl as new. Apply
this office,
.1. D. McHrido has been quite
ill since his return from St. Louis,
but is recovering,
Miss Prest has returned from
her visit to Winnipeg and other
points in Manitoba,
Messrs. Anderson and Jones
came in from Staples mills for n
short visit last Sunday.
For Sale New loom for weaving carpets and hilts. Apply to
J. IT. Mayes, Fort Steele.
Vou won't stand much chance
of winning the prize for the besl
decorated team if vou don'l see 11.
C, Roh.le.
Don'l forget thai Ute fifih of
September is Labor dav. and also
the date of the biur celebration at
Cranbrook,
Mr. and Mrs. Eager and Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson expeel to leave nexl
month for a visil to the exposition
at St. Louis.
The breaking of a Hangeon n
wheel derailed Uiroo freight cars at
Morrissey last Sunday evening,
No one was hurl.
P Lund, manager of the Crowa
Nest I'ass Luuilier company, is
taking fl business trip through the
Territories and (Manitoba.
James Greer loft for the coast
last Sunday where ho will join his
wife and take a few weeks off, He
will visit Seattle and other coast
towns before lie returns
Anyone who is absent from town
even a month can see evidences of
Cranbrook's growth. The town
keeps going steadily ahead without
any semblance of ,i boom,
li. T. Rogers returned last Sunday from an extended visit to Manitoba. Mrs. Rogers has lieen quite
ill (luring their absence but is fully
recovered. She has gone to Ktnilli-
coua lo visit a abort time with a
sister.
People buying lea should visit
the Vancouver Tea & Coll'ee house
in the Imperial bank block. This
tea goes dlreol from tho importer
to tne retailor, aud is sold chonper
in consequence, Coupons glvon
with each package.
The Craubrook hotel is now a
very attractive place. The barroom has beeu refitted in elegant,
shape, Bradley & Co. being the
artisans. The dining-room is repainted nml repapered, in fact the
whole house is like new.
"WILGA"
Private Hotel and Catering Co.
CRANBROOK
Banquets, Balls, Weddings, Picnics, etc., catered for
The dining hall can be engaged for private partiee
For terms apply to
MRS. HOADLEY
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(i. Jones, of Wardner, wns ill
town Sunday.
Mrs. D. .1. McLeiiiu.ii is 6]-ending a few days at Sirdar,
Get vour harness decorated for
Labor day by H. 0. Bolide.
Mrs. James Greer is improving
ill health since going to the coast.
New Fall skirts at Reid nud company, the very best value they have
ever shown.
J. Brackett lias been confined to
the Cosmopolitan hotel the past
week by sickness.
Miss Grace Dudley came up from
Mayook this week for a few days
visit with friends.
He sure nnd select the cloth for
your new blouse at Reid and company while their stock is complete.
Ten per cent, oil'of your year's
purchases means a vacation for
you each year. Morrow iV Mc-
Farlane's.
Wanted By a Japanese, job of
cooking in private family or geu-
eral work in hotel. Apply P, < i.
box 178, Cranbrook.
The coats belonging to the lire
brigade have been placed in the
hack hall of the Craiilirook hotel
for safety and convenience,
.lohn Pollock, of Fcruie. United
States consul, manager of tho Pollock Wine company ami all around
hustler, was in town last V
Have you seen those ea
the   Vancouver    Tea   ami  Coffee
store in the Imperial  bank block?
They are absolutely fresh and   thu
very best,
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We are doing j lii; business in
Balhs. Bathroom Fixtures and (ieneral
Plumbing
bul. like UliiL'r Tni-i, »e are
after more. We -.ill be pleased lo show
jou our goods, because we km™ we cm
please you.
...GIVii US A CALL...
P^I+IYIfkrA   Rrnc     Plumbing, Heating, Roofing
r aiUlUl C   DI U>m and Ventilating lingineers.
The big machine shop thai hi
been pul up by ihc this Staph
company   at   the   new   mill   al ll
month of l'erry ereek is now ready!
for business and is equipped fer
any kind of work that would be
required in this part of the com -|
try,
Morrow & McFarlone's 10 per
cent, discount for cash amounted
to more last week than the entire
receipts of one week in April. This'
shows that the people were ready
and waiting Eor an inducement to
buy iu Craiilirook.
Cranbrook has reason to fe. 11
proud of her lacrosse boys. They
have brought to the town both oi
lhe cups offered this season as the
games now stand. That Is glory
enough for one year, even in Cranbrook where nothing is too good
for the people.
The friends of Al. Guinley. the
blacksmith, are worried over that
gentleman's disappearance a week
ago last Sunday. He left Mr.
ilandley"s barn where lie had been
talking to some friends and so far
as anyone knows he has not been
seen since. He is an old timer in
ihis   district   and   has   a  host of
Dollars
friends.
Miss Hurley, the lady in charge
of the millinery department at
Reid & Co.'s store, will leave next
week for Winnipeg where she will
remain two weeks studying the
new millinery creations for the fall
1 atitl winter season and making
' purchases for her department.
.Mrs. McClary went to Winnipeg
with her boy and baby girl to have
. .i r     ,i   'the boy  treated at   the  hospital.
, yon want tho ton  fm- tlio „**,;*,, *,,„.,,. thl,,,,,,,, w„8 t'.,k(„
least money, don    tail to coll »tLok an(] died.   Mr. MoClory wus
iew store m tne imperial bank       , e        i       i   1*1  „   ,    1    ,
1 . ! sent tor and reached there a short
time after the death. Both parents
have the sympathy of the com
block.   Coupons given  with
purchase.
Last week was our best week.
The 10 per cent, oil' is not only
talked about,Tint people 01*0 fast
learning what it means to thein,
Morrow & McFarlane's.
inanity in their bereavement.
Messrs. Cameron,McLoninflates.
Dickenson, Hampton and Frank
Clapp spent a few days fishing on
the Fording river,which is a branch
A, 0. Nelson and wife have gone 0£ the Elk, and is one of the finest
to Port Steele for a week's visit.' trout streams in British Columbia.
Mr. Nelson has not been feeling I They brought back a catch that
well for awhile and he will take a j set everyone wild in this part of
rest and try lo recuperate. tlio   country,   as finer   tlsh   have
Messrs. Clapp and Rollins have "over been brouglitjn here,
greatly  improved  the appearance     The dynamiting" if fish should
of the dining-room at  the Went- be followed up.  It is quite evident
worth   hotel   by   repapeiiug   and! (hat the practice is not uncommon
finishing the woodwork in while.    I bv   any   menus.     No one   but a
11 will nuni, lu- linii'ti, liill. »lH.,it I .;ow..nl1y_.-.ii- wo.il.l ,.»,- ,lv...',..,il,'
thai rink nml 11 hookey ,-li,l, Eor tho fo' avtdiiiig Ma, una if tho ptilty
coming whiter. Cranbrook is largo l»rtit» could bei captnrecl ond
,'„„,,KI, to make n good rink, prop- l«°iierlv I''"""1";1 ll ""M ]<>m' "
,.,-lv managed, n paying investment, ","«' flutary elfeo upon anyone
else who contemplated su.-li work.
Minn Cinilill' i-i-i-t-ivi'il   Hn- sod     ,,,„,,,, • ,  1
news on Sunday thai ber younger    *!*<'' lll>l"r !•""I","'11 "I'l1"1,"1"1
sister had died at  R '.-,■«■. Ont. f'ssistant superintend™* nl  Bran
She wont as tar as Medicine Hn
Cents
Should nol alone l>e vonr gnhle when
pntvhirinR feed. QPALlTYaUoihould
Iw considered. We know that the
quality of our feed is unsurpassed, and
onr prices are uot anv higher than you
are protvuhly paying tor poor feed. It
will i-.iv v. 1; !.- give v.'Ur liorse tlie
beat.
Harris & Jolliffe's Meat Market.
.
New Business
For Cranbrook
Sl
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
and in a position to show visitor- to - ur
store the most complete stock of
Wall Papers and
Room Mouldings
in n,
licit
vito ;
otenays.     W<
r,' ul V'tiir pittp
,4,-nil'mnl see .
rices,   We maki
respectfully so-
ii^i*. and in-
-  -roods llll'l
specialty ot
SIGN s WORK
4'i'Fiillv given,
Estimal
•»
:
i
x
{ R ]* Bradley & Co. I
4  Armstrong Ave
I*
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CRANBROOK, B. C. 'Phone 52 |
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There always is what we call
the "tiM liiu"." tt'e refer nowes-
pcc.ally t" those who make thrir
lirst purchase from us*. Aft.-r ,-i-
11111i1111ii1.il or mn CLOTHING we
inviiriaIily bear the remark,"Never
Before" diil wc sic'whal pleases us
better. "Never Before" in Kast
Kootenny have in seen siirli low
|.ri.-'-s. "Never Before" mentis a
Ureal deal when applied to baying
fr-'tn us. A B.irprise is nlu-nys in
Btore Eorourettst. mors. If itotone
nf the great lit! we invito vou to
be.   Ri member 10p.c.offforcasb,
r
The Calgary Cattle Company.
(SUCCESSORS TO M. MclNNIS)
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF flEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
•NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
W. D. Hill is crowding his storo
from floor to ceiling with n liivnt
stock of goods. "Billy" snys that
ho don't know where he is going to
find room for nil that is on the wny,
notwithstanding the fnct that the
store hns lx'en grimily enlarged.
Bruce Heathcoat, inniingi-rof tho
Canadian Bank of Commerce nt
Nelson,   hns  been   promoted   l.y
mul received n tolegfnn. that lln
funeral ,-uulil not be delayed, si
returned to Cranbrook,
Albert Bunks returned Inst Mon
day nfter an absence
yt.-nr.   He litis  been t
ilmi and given charge of the transportation of ilu* grent wheal crop
in Manitoba. This is n mont im-
portant piece of work, ns the crop
lliis year is greater tliiin ever, but
Mr. Taylor is familinr wilb iln*
nearly n situation and will make tin-C.I'.U.
"ing in roadbed n virtual wheat chute from
the east most of tbe time in the
interest of n mining i-niiipnny that
lins n Perry Creek property.
L. Mi Mansfield and Jnmes Bnl-
four hnve sot the "Isnnc Waltons''
iiroiind   town  crnssy   with  stories
nbout trout,  in  St.  Marys lake •„ ....
large that they could not lund them He said that he hail heard u grent
in  about even  witli   the  help I deal about Cranbrook and hud al-
of a landing net,   Thero nro five or ways wanted to see the town for
six pnrties being organized in town: himself, nnil now that he had clone ——
being appointed assistant manager. to go to the lake and if tlioso trout so he was J,l'tu'r Phased with it    -	
of the Sin. Francisco branch. This are not doing business at the Slime than he hail been  by tin- r.-pons| TT**T">, A T  r*w     t*> ^ r\r\  T.        \r
is considered a big jump and Mr. old stand, it will nol he safd.te that be hear.. This seems ,to be *T\UV HERALD. $2.00 Per Year
Heathcoat bus been kept busy! either Mansfield or Baltoirr to the case with nil win, visit the] Illi-, 1 HilXaUl/, >4>_,.W l Cl _ *,»l
latoly receiving congratulations,      show themselves for u long lime.     town. i
Broadview I" Winnipeg,
Mr. and Mrs. Foley, of Toronto,
were iii town a few days this week
for the purpose of seeing the town.
Mr. Foley is n veteran hotel mini
but is now retired frmn lnisiness,
his Insl plnee being at Arrowhead
-—--THE CASH STORE—s~
Morrow & HcFarlane
ike Being in Time
Our FALL aod WINTER 000DS are arriving ever) dny
so when the cnltl wave strikes iht banana hell jou will
know where to come and act warm Blanket*:, ,'nder*
clothing. Gloves and Mills, Overshoes—in fact every
lit.na lliat vnu need to keep comlortahlc. No old slock.
We don't keep anything to gel shelf worn. Everything
marked ni prices that will astonish you. No need io
send to T. Eaton's and pay express charges,	
MANNING & SIDDONS) IIII.   CRAXBROOK   IIKU.YU)
.  .  .  •. 11
I tu Cosmopolitan fiotel
•i® —"— .  	
<[> RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass House Centrally Located
Fine Sample Rooms In Connection.    The bedrooms -^
arc .iii, and comfortable, and the table is the best the U
•$ market affords. 11
£?   IF YOU WANT   ^7
F
NSURANCE!
TIMBER LANDS
AT KEASONABLE RATES, CALL ON
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
!   As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip   j
: —
J Which, being translated, means that tho-^e who wear j
j OUR suits made up In first class style by first class 1
" know them to be the BEST      .*»      „*« 1
SWEYN & GRIFFITH," 1
ART TAILORS _       j
'     ' . C. I
workmen, wen
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
I-\ a* . f*.    -j | otter tim
1 oreign Liquors Galore lumbia s
1 offer timber lands comprised in British Co-
Cranbrook Block
Cranbrook, B.
■ E__-___Bm&E_9_-_a_-|
BUYING MOAT
.......
4-       *
■   ,r
-*'-*
'  -A
'■ 9 ".VL-
i- liki* buying n pig In n bng
with wiiii.'- pooplo. All mollis
look nllkoto llu-iii iiml — tlu-y
vory iilti-n got |u"ir quality.
\i'i-wniil Ilu* limln ill tlloBO
fVl^l   vrlmknowg I |
G; G     ™     I
I     ;V'     <, /     ,   uml Hi..... I.l.'ii'l.   'flu-fm- m
■•--*V     ./.     /i   mur will know Hint wu linvo ^5;
■' '■••iiKl'Mlh'-*-.    fi,   Hml   kiml In.  Hi.-in uml Ilu,
• ' "•■^^j.'**Kl| !""••;,", '>"'""',,s'""'"'
:
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I
P. BURNS ca CO.
I
_.. Jouthcrn and Columbia & Kootenay
Just received the largest consignment of For- I Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
eig'n Liquors ever shipped into the Kootenays. I favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
Iiiim n-.plj* lo UlO following
Direct Importations from tht* distilleries of Scotland, 1 lolland, France
LOCH ACHRAY, the purest and most popular whisky in Scotland today, out up In
octaves .ui-1 hall octaves, Imperial pints and quarts, wi.ie quart.;, flasks and
hall flask
KIDERLliN Holland Gins Irom the largest Gin Distilleries in the world, pul up In
octaves, half and quarter octaves, crystal iars, pints and halt pints.
FROMY, ROGER & CO.'S Famous Cognacs, " Medical Reserve."
By purcliaslai tllrccl 1 Imvc saved lhe iiiiil-lk-nk'ii'.i iimiiis. Uie licoclii uf which 1.4 ill give 10 my customer*1,
ui ini,;..*i* |-411
SCIILITZ AND FERNIE BEER
phono 17     A. L. MeDERMOT,
BASS* ALE GUINNESS' STOUT
Fhone17
I importer
..1 Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liquor.
und Cigar*.
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■M ■ j-isi *&. -
J. I-. Stephens,
H. L. Stephens,
M, Rockendurf
J. l.awson,
_
iSI_3Ei]EaD3H[affl[3[aS]Ei^E]llll^MiaM^^ll
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...Manitoba Hotel.,*
f
4)
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i I'nili'i' Now Management) 8
| 1). A. McDONALl), manager I
* This Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms are ,»
j comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- 8
? class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you »
5 want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. 2
| WE Q1VE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH i
„„Z\K Owl Cafe..,.
Land Notice
Tnko notico that sixty dnyn alter dutn 1 in*
lotul lu upply to ilu- Cliiul Comtn innili hit ot
Uandt mni Works for pi-rmiuitQH to purclmae
OlO fallowing dp_crIb.tUiim?H In South Kaui
Kooloiinj:
Comn iti(t nt. n potit planted ut ilm
uortliwofll rut Lol 1)005. thenn wesl I"
llioeiiat limitof Lot, B400, thonce noulli in
tin-nuilli litnitnri.nl fti"78, thenn east to
ilu'wi'Ht, limit ol Lot :iuil.".. thoneo north to
lliopln-nofbeglurilng, containing 020 acres
more or lent.
Duted lliis (Illi Jay of .Turns IWU.
11 Willium I'niiiii
C. Hi. EatCS, proprietor,
?___!! ^iU-  nn& _________
Tliu Besl •»' Everything in the Baling Line
II yuu came once you uill .nine often.    Wi
... iiiin tu please.. •
Ai'uiHlrotiK iivi'ituo
Cranbrook Brick
and Tile Works
Taylor & Davis, Props.
Fumcce- i
All do
;ler Specialists
iliullHiif lil'il'li Willi
lllllli'l'tllki'll.     i-'llli'S |il;i!ili'l'i'il
liy iu*w iiii' iinn,I' process.
(Viniiiini brick, pressed brick,
I'liv lirick nml lilr nn Iiiiinl.
f ~~~
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of linish work ill
way ot iluiirs. \\ iiuluws, trnn-
soois, rii'. Kiln ilrii'il lumber
fur inside work.   ■ Iur work is
guarnnl 1 nmi nur prices are
satisfactory.
Roujjli anil Dressed Lumlier
Por Sale
J. 0. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
GIUNBROOK,   BRITISH   C0I.UM11IA
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
A beautiful lino of Homespuns mul   Worsteds  for
Ladles' Tailor Made Suits.
Satisfaction gunrautcctl.
Rooms on Armslroag Ave.
As wc predicted several months
months ago. the Flathead country has been thrown ppen. The
" rush is on.'' The mines are
running full blast and everything
is lovely. If you are in our neighborhood come io llic Alexandra
Hotel. It is thc best hotel in
thc district	
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephen, Urns. & Cu., Owners and Proprietors,
Morrissey Mines, 15. C.
,___B_i«_4:xn-u*4»r.x.r*v w.n
II. L Stephens
J. li. Stephens
For ti'i'iu.-i. ma*
|lot-Ill l.'ilul limits:
V. llul,' Biikrr, Craubrook, ll. 0,    & Mullau.liiiiu*, Jr„ Creston, ll. 0,
! I. II. Wilsi.n. W'.i.lii.i*. 13.0, II & M. Iiiul. Nelson, II. 0.
I!, li. Bruce,Wilmer, ll.C.
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacilic Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
The Great Northern is building
from Morrissey to the east.
Morrissey is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc. Thc
Australian Motel is the " Hub."
If you wish to find anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
find your man there.	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Bit] WttiTE HOTEL.
Stephens Bros.) Owners ntnl Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
LUMBER
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds 01
Rough and Dressed Lumber
INING NEWS.
The St. Eugene.
JauioB Cronin,
tin- St. EuRtme mi
in town hist nigh I
frmn Smitteni who:
attending thc men
sociutod Kilwr-li'.-i
inmuiger ol
:il Muyii'. wns
llis \V;i\ \\0\X\t.
hi- hatl  boon
r Of   thf   As-
lines bays tin-
\[t\
Nelson Nuws. Mr. Croni
sctl himself as very uiucli
with the progress mnde in the
silviT-lrml nml zinc mining industries in tho province during the
present year. He is particularly
plciisetl with the action of the government in changing the leatl
bounty act, whereby lead remaining mismalted oii July 1st Inst will
receive the bounty upon its
smelted. Mr. Cronin
Gullihcr. M.  P., eve
speculators from n distanco were
on their wny into the field to secure
land. CharleB lluywniil. presidenl
nf tlie company, was Been nfler tin1
meeting nnd said: "1 believe Iho
Flathead Vnlley company has
Bceurod \fv\ good locations and I
iim sure it is fortunate we were in
the lii'M so early as from nil ive etui
learn Amerienn companies tire on
the.spot to tnke up claims mid will
soon raisi' priivs in comparison
with the terms on which we secured our optious mi tho property."
F. J. F. PERRY
PBOPRIKTOIl ov rm;
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer
We are in business for business.
To keep it and secure more we
must do business in a business
like manner. We are prompt
and reliable. That is business.
W'e do all kinds of dniyage and
cartage.   We want more.
Leave orders in our ollice in
the Cranbrook hotel block, opposite station, or telephone .11);
residence, (ill
Will Help Kootenays.
Tho ordor-in-council of the Do-
million government granting -SU)
per ton on all lead shipped to foreign countries, excepl  the United
ii   iim    im'mil;   .,' .,i i, ,  , ,.,  ,
tv    i lSlates, will prove of vast beneut to
n\es \*. a. ',,    ,.    .     L r,,.    ,
,       ij,   n ., the Kootenay country,    I he home
tho wny in  -vl.i.'l.  li..-worked  tor "UM3,lto™ could-not limulle nil ot
this eiid nml si.vs thnl tin* lenil tho product, mnlg,VJ1,? tlio portion
;       „.,   ..     p   i-,.;.; i,  c i,,., i ;    ot tno bonus to oro sluppea abrotul
mine owners ol   l -i dish  \ oiumhiii i   .,. .   . ',(,    .,    _,,
nppivi-illli- his „,-ti,il. in Ilu- llintl.-l-i;;111 ,""il", lj"l >""'"» ('I''' 11'"^^,-
most lionrtily. Wpc-nking of tho^no wlllbekopt_gou.gstoncl.il'
mining  situntio.,  in  thu  Sloan.. Eor nn uulofinito iHinod,
.Mr. Cronin  snid thnl hu lnul been ■	
nssural I.v Hn- goviiriiwonl thnl Tho Slocan Star uiino hns pnid
mmioy would bo oxpundod to do- $57(i,000 in divicloutls, whioh is
v.'li.p tin- /.mc- iiiiiiii-U...I llnil linll STi-lJ)|K| Uloro „„„, „,,, ,..||li|.l|
nl Ilu-i-innilry. Imi what form tins stock ot tho compnny. TlioSloonu
oxpondituro would tnko ho wns not stm.,,.,.. ,„,.„ ,vu]] mmmKe(i UI1j
nl present nl liberty to sny.
'i'lu-Slni-,,,1. sniil Mr. Trunin.   i:4
n good mul rii'li country, Inn   luck
1 ciipitnl is keeping il hnck,
OtJIovio nnil the St. Eugene
mini'. Mr, Cronin lind not very
iiiui'li di sny. "Things nre running
smoothly," lie s.iiti. *'miil wo nre
working Jinn men. We sliip our
product lo the home suioltors, sn
fur ns thoy cnn tnkr it, nnd tho
halm.ee to Antwerp, Belgium, Wo
lmvi- put ill 11 new lioisl lliis slimmer, which wns limllv lllllliil. Lust
pny dny we pnid out  $25,0U0,  bill
unliko ll i-l ilnys every mnn wns
liiick in wurk tho in-it luorningnnd
Eor nil tho oxoitemi nl there nns
ihii*5 woiildj iiiii know llml $2,000
iiiul boon pnid mil."
Mr. Cronin lefl liy the Crow
liunl I'm' Moyie Ihis morning,
Orange Meat
The Premium Food    .
it
< *
II
NEW DEPARTURE
We arc now In shape to furnish all kinds of
The...
Herald
thero is ore in sight  to pay many
"ividoudB.
What is Ftlncniion ?
An Oil Company Acquiring Land.
A meeting of the directors of tl
Flathead Valley Oil  Lands Deve
opmetit compuny was held in \ i1
toi-in on Saturday al  the
tho company.     Options  held   by
the company upon sis  sections of
a mile square each wen' exercised
and Ihe property transferred to thc
company,   Various oilier sections
under option will be taken shortly,
The directors congratulated each
other that the company had taken
the lieltl so early ns their information was  that  already   the mosl
favorable   locations    were   beiny
rapidly absorbed by syndicates and
corporations, and thai several experts   representing   American  oil
Professor Paid II, llniius. of
Harvard University, says. " Education isn preparation for complete
living by participation in life's opportunities, duties and privileges.
so long as thoy can be rendered intelligible, interesting nud accessible
to childhood and youth, Complete
living includes usefulness aud happiness. Usefulness is tho activity
Ithat promotes tho interestBof mankind, Happiness means the enjoyment of work nnd leisure. School
education should, therefore, equip
a boy far a vocation   social service
and nlso equip him for the re-
lined pleasures of life. We need
an education which fits a boy lo
gol u living, implants ideals of service, and lastly teaches liim how lo
spend leisure in a rational manner.
Then we can get along with less
flice of government.''
Hasten the time when it .shall be
no longer true that a boy learns
something of transitory value in
school ami uels his education out-
s de of it. Tt is too dangerous a
process, the education on tho street.
But, just  the same, wouldn't il
be ;t  very   practical   thing if our
Cranbrook school  building hnd a
fence around it, sidewalks iu tho
mils and  some  fresli  paint t<
cover the sore spots.    People got
is goal as they demand.
Inquirer.
...aivns...
All the news
All the time
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TODAYS
MOULDING
BASE and CASE
J  Orders prompt I j fille.1 <inJ delivered in town. Por prlcesapply
j King Lumber Mills Co. Limited jj
**.**(.,
9**.*,f
i'l
ssmsBaHisiasmaoiLsaaEaESBEiMsi
::
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The Ncw Managers.
Dro p in and see us any lime.   We are on deck 25 hour
out ol the 21
KOOTENAY HARBLE
AND
MONUHENT WORKS
 ni:lson, ij. c.
Mnniil'iH-tiiri-i-s nl' innl w-lioloBnlu nml retail ilonlors ill
Marble and Marble Work of All Kinds.
Wo own onr own quarries,'nml llio t-unlily is eoncede.1
in In- llio best.   Monuments, Headstones, rinilile 1'iini-
niiii-js f..r Buildings, n iipi■!-inlij.   li.v buying fr «s vnu
get tlio material nl Ilrsl cost,
I BUSINESS   COLUMN I
a, ===^z=z==^=i *
ib in
_ Locals in this colomn will be *
| charged at the rate of 5 cents J
J per line each issoe. jj
,9 ii
$ 11i**i*ii3iilt*ttt**i**l*
tlonpo for rMlo; Ihi- rooma; pantry
nml iiilliir; hin loiH'mt Inls; Blitlilo mnl
I'liii'l-i-n liouse; Sr'-TJi il fiilil nt oil'.*,-;
iicrosa crook. Apply to Mra, W. .1.
Wolsli, or Hi-mill olil*-'*-.
.Insl wlmt yon wnnt, llio ln-st iiliiitns
I'li-sl Photo Co.
LIKE THE OLD FRUIT FAIRS."
spokane Interstate fair
Spokane, October 3 to 9
wiiii Larn Displays In nil Deiurlmenls. {2,000 Ollorod for Prull nail Pnill Ruhlblli. Mun-
.inm (30,000 In Proinlintia mnl Prizes. Plve or More llxctllng R««l Iimii llnr SIJ.ihiii In
Purses. Hn"ii Inwn Carnival Racli"--■:,, Plllh Rogimeiil limi-li Artillery llnini, Ini
llllli Class Vaudeville Allncllons Iiiiii) Fine Mineral Display, linn Slmw, Art lixlillili, Ble,
Rcinembcr* l.nw Knics mui Special l:\iiirsiiinn nn nil kHilroinln.
Coiicoasion I'rivllogoB for s.ili*. Wrllo lor I'roiiilnni I.isl nml Unco Program
IK HIT. II. COSatlOVK, Sivrolury un.l Mnnngor
4itt*.*t*i**.tt**********************************t******
j JAFFRAY HOUSE
« T. II. WHAU'N * CO., Proprietors
«   Hondiiuartors for Ltnnboruien, Prospeotors nml Sportsman,
*i   Tin- linesl. Hunting and Fishing in the Province	
S GRANT D0WNIN0, Manager.
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