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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   li.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   .11 I.V   -' ;.   IIKKI.
NUMBER IS
The Canadian Hank of Commerce.
Head Office. Toronto.
Hon.0«o, A i'i... l-.i-.i.l.'ui. ll. li M'ai.kkb..'..*.. Mn
l'..i I u,i Capital
Kill      	
...hi K.Mami
si..7mi.iHw.uii
i iiiii mw ihi
11.IHKI.IIIHIIIII
1.1: PBR CENT        j
isiiicss Transacted .
t'Kl'.SIiNI RATE «r INTHRGST TIIKI:
Deposits Received,   licncrul lliiiihiiin Uiisincs
SAVIN-OS HtNk in I'M! HUM   Digulli Had.nl  latere*! Mownl.
CRANBROOK llttv;.|. F, C. MAIPAS, Manager.
♦ifi-»i-»i»i-»'*;-'-r'ti-r,ti-*!ri i*,;.;..;.,-! •.,'.; •",;'. •• tUA|
4'' GREAT I
1 Clearing Out Sale |
.. OBSEKVAi-ioNS . SMEPl IM PROVINCE
i.v nil- oi.n ii in
Dili LUMBER DEAL
5,   4
ii-, , i      ■  .      ,:::..--■--■-       &
Tin. following I".. ■■ >'''"' wrltte
In Willi    Kmesl   lleid.'J      H.
rltti-ii  other  pneins,  lull   li
4,4.1   (In „■  ..i\|i-.-ii   lilies ..r.
ll irongcal ol -.11     Tin-}   an- -
.,,t.,l lull
!     SOMCTHIiNQ I OK NUluiSli     •
POPE LEO XIII IS DEAD j
Tin- I). V, Mtitt & Sun Compan)  Sell
Oat lo a Larje Syndicate. j     'IV Hcridd is giving prises •
The Conserrathes Carry Manitoba With    ti„. i--,.r..i, ■ i--.-.-,- Press gives u.,- Ihc Venerable Pontiff Succumbs at 1 tor tllOHI' wl-° K"1'88 Um- >-1os- *
I  ii  ...:.      ,. f  .I.,,     ,l„ ,.f , S   est to the int.. . luil   iu South
.  D...L |4,   ,,\\ lit::   .1   ' i.lllit    i .1     I In       -lli*   . .1 I..., I  •
■**■* -   i. v*. M..ti a s.1,,'. lumis.,- ■*"•* j |:-;I<"" yii-i-Mi.
 ( K.OBLIN OOVERXMENT IS SUSTAINED vv.\,V.,7''"^-^\■'..V,t'.'-'i-^''i'.,i!V".'I"'V..\mm mf ***™** DROPS OEAD| j t^'XCtu-'"''' "
lo tlu- .line '"-""I      'I''""-*' lTI.nrH.lny-   delay.-.!   trail,   in   I
but Fail to Nominate a
Candidate.
«.ll   I,-   r..... -ti, 1... -  I   when   -ill   "I
lh,. -'i-i ,,| II, ,,l,:. . works .,,-. !..i lTh« uh<" p-'r|v Hold .. Conven-
-.;. .1 t.ti
I. III...  Illlll.l   Uml   ,.,4.1.  III*.
|ll..t.||   41"   Ull' I'll   I    |.l.'.-l.l   |„|4,
I lliniih ..Lil. i.-i is.i.1. "'".' I'"
I'.il lll.l II'IIHIX)  ixulili. ...ui!
In llio all u *}. -ii-,--,,,(i i uii in-tn'14-1-
I li.441-11441 iiliin-l unTli'l .ili.ii'l;
I iiili-rlli,. 1,111,1-!'*.l,lli'....[.l.iili.-.'
M)   1.4-44.1   I-   I.I    ..1.1.   1,11'   llllll...11,1'
I
Remember 70 cents will now buy as |I
|| much as one dollar anywhere else.
We have sold an immense amount ol solids jf
lately and have still a fairly complete slock *"
left in all lines.   Consult your own interests II
by enquiring here first for all wants.
G. H. GILPIN    I
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I      IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA      |
S Capital, Paid Up $2,983,896 *
I Rest $2,636,312 *
S HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. *
3 T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager *
*
I
ALLOWED t
Iti-ytwd llil-t villi- ill wral'iiMiil l.'.-r-
Liiimix tint tin'I...-it,- "Ml,, ,!i,.|,.
Ami .vol i In- meni il Im- ,\utrti
KiiiilH nut] Him i llml iiii'iiiiulnilil!
ll llllll 1.1 H IK.I   III)"A rttl',1.1     I..'J^lltl'.
iini L-iiit-^ni iiitii|uiin»:.iiii'.utiii'*i i
1 iiiii iiii- iint-Ht'i' nl my futi'i
I mn it ,1'iliiiii ti' ti))* Miii'
A Wash!nylon sciential litis
disc iveretl it parasite Uiul will kill
lite UlOilplito, iiiul   h'*   luis  num. tl
ii ngamoniermis, A pui'twite with
tlmt nanus ought to kill every moa-
tjuito along thi' Koolciuiy rivpj'
tuul should I w alio we: I toeomeinto
Canada iluty IV'*.
*.':* "i: Vi*
In tlii* days of mostpiitoes uml
prickly heal il is ;i wis- preacher
whn realizes that brevity is n strong
factor in salvation when figuring
tin liis sermons.
CRANBROOK BRANCH
S SAVINGS ~ DEPARTMENT-^S^
J A general banking business transacted.    Drafts sold availa- *
« ble in every part of Canada, United States and Europe.    Special *
* attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     $
%-i*i*iftt»t*t»*fffffftffffr**t»tffttftft':f'f*fffftfrff ttft*^
1   ' it in Q
© Unequal Eves
Iln ynu see i-,|ii-illy ii,-11 with ll .lh .'>.'■*'.* II nu'. Imlh mny I..* ^
"a. lliiu- tlu-ni |ii-..|'.-i-li i-'.-i'niiu'1 V\
iili.-n iteeossnry und guurnutei'sut- J*-^
|       W. H. Wilson, Optician
Oe*S©OBDOOOOUOOOOOO( ii )i v ) -3GC0
POLITICAL NEWS OP ISTLkliST Tu ILL
Tin' election ill Mmiilnl.n was It
Inn.lsliili- Iur tho conservatives,
'i'lu* returns from Winnipeg up to
12 o'clock, na Bhowu l.y Nelson
News, iii.li.-.il-- thnl twenty con.
Borvntivos .vein I'l-iiiriu-il. oighl
lilii-ruls uml U'li Bents in ilmilit.
Hun. Iv I'. Ilul.lin. the premier
wna i-i-tui*ni*i! In (111 iiiujority, und
iln- Eton, Thos. (ii-.-..ii«-..'.:l wns
ulso idoi-ted,
Tin' i'iuil|inl*.|i ivim uni'  nl  ilu*
liiiii'ivst ever wngnl in tho |ir>.-
vinci.. lioth -.i'l.'*. going tu tlm
extreme in |)ei'aoiuilities, luit tho
contest I'.'siilt.-il iiuiii overwhelming
victory for tho conaervntives und u
return of tin-  Roliltn govei'tinienl
The Labor Ctinvunlion.
I,n-l Sntimhiy evening delegntea
from the different lnlior unions of
tin- ilistri.*! iiii-i in convention ut
Odd Fellowa hull, for the imnioae
,,\' determining whether or oof
they should iiominnte n cmididiite,
nml if BO, win.Ml ii should In*. ll
to   li.-l'.nv  the vole oil   the
ss i "> ynu st* *. -. 14 ■ mi „ _.-..    If not liolh mny 1..
B defective,   i ti -rtniiilv ia.    llnvi' them _iro_ior1j exnmined.
■ We prescribe glnssea    '.
^ islin'iinii.   lismninutiou ffi
Kv.'i-y country oE fovwluui musl
iiiivt- its p iliiif. antl L'anipiii^ns,
Inil any man is foolish to let liitn-
m\i 1).'   si  curried  away  by the
heat o£ tin iir'-iuiiii'iii m tu break I"
,. -    i , -      ,-,        . . j.      mi        first cinestiou waa taken, and  the
Iri.'.iilsluiis nl Ihiil:'slamlimi. 1 Iht.* '
...     ■    . ., 1T       si'iilinii'iit «il the i(e elates seemed
is uutluuK in it. iii-iiili'in.'ti.    Huvc :
your opinions, atniid l.y your opin. to bf, « *'!vo1,,ul  pW"« ", 1,,bo1'
ions but  lecent „bo„!   it.     It cnndlihite In the field,     When  ,1
,       -,   pit       ,i   . .        ciune to uomiuntinir the ninn, three
tlosen I   tollow   Hint ll   ninn   is  u -
ii   , ,        i        -n-        -     ... cundidiitea ivutv nnmeil.  .'li-.  -M.'-
llllCXgUim    nml   u   vi   tun   sllil.lv
,,      ,          .        .ui,,-'   Doiiuil,   o    Hi.-  ('. I".   1 ..  Mr.
Uicniise   In*  does nn: n.-e things ,,.   . ...   ,    ,
polilieuh lis inn ,1...     Hold mil ■   Do>'*1',*   l*™tm,'sh*'1, ''"   ^'mberley,
your   fr'iendshins,   l*nlitlca   ur ,„. l,Iul Mr' l'"v",' •*-"■"■■';" ■'">■"*
'       ...j Sllll      llllll      Ml'K.'ll'/.il'S     llllll. Ill'
pt'llllcs.
convent lun was inmiih' in ilcciilc
l/" llHwwMl lhe three, mul after  sume
Every nny   should  knew nnd n--
memlH*r thai intelli^uce ;.i.tl -m.l
unci's nnikc nn  eseellenl   work*
; capital in tlie simple of life,
^S&5?P FURNISHINGS
re|ffiS^ P0R ws
■^d^y^Wh '  c"'be '"'"ul'"8renl
\nv*J i. vu\^G\Wbr'/
Iiui. discussion nn t|djoiu'umeul
wus tnkt-ii. bill uu dt'liniie tlitii' s.-i
for holding nitbther coiiventiou,
privule cur Uwlc it,   lnruishi-,1
by the (livnl Nuilli.-in ruili-u-iil.
The purl)  isisls of lhe follow.
in*, iieiitleiueii. 11 V liiibertsou,
I*'. II. Lynch. I.'. A. t'liitmbei-s nnd
•I.i' Wood, of St. I'iihI: I', ii.
Burrows und \Y. I.. Pin-soim, ot
Fergus Kills; II. .1. Box. tl. S.
Chirk und \V, I'. Dnlttjn, nf Win-
ulpegi -I, M. lilder mid W. I*',
l-'.-ri-is. ..f Brniiiiird: c. Si-h.-ndel,
of Ciimpbell: K T. Voting, of Ap*
pletou:CI. S. llultun. of Sycnnioiv,
111.; E. Sniiili. of Pittsburg: initio.
S. Conistock, of Morehcnd. Minn.
Most of Hies*., people nre stock
holders in Iln- Elk Lumber un.l
Miitiufttcturiug eompiuiy, llinilcd,
which litis been foihned lo luke
over uml o|)ertite tlie properly . f
Mull. Sun & i'n. The members
..f il„. ,,l,| lim, ure ulso stock
11..Mtth iii tile new orgiiniziil Ion.
A liniird uf .lii-.-.-ii.i-s consisting
nl the following iiinned pel-sons
worn oluiilud yosteitluy, 0, A.
Roboi-tson, I*'. 0. Bnrrowa, II. -I.
Hus. I'. I!. Lyii.'li. \V. I', llultun.
tt. S. Conistock, 0. S. < lurk, -I. C.
Wood nn.l 11. V, Molt. Mi*.
Robertson ivns intuit' president,
Mr, Wood, vice-president: Mr.
Burrows, Boci-etiiry. Mr. Dntton,
tri-nsiuvr. nn.l U. V. Mull is lu In*
tin* nmuiiger I'm- tin- couipuuy.
Tin- eompiuiy hns nu uuthorizeil
cnpittil nf §250,000 uml expecl lu
erccl II lurge up-lo .Int.- mill nl
lliisnii-r ns well lu improve lhe
presold phiul just .*. -russ tliu river.
The new pluni'i' is unu* in operntiou
nnd ils cnpticlty is fully eipitil tu
llml nf llic suwing ciipneily ilO,-
(Kill feet per dny. The couipuuy
now employ tiboul On men uml lliis
nuinber will be iiu-r.*ns4-il tn Inn.
Tin1 eompiuiy litis 111,000 ncres
lensi'd tiuibev mi tin- w.-sl side
nl'the Elk, Tin- |.nrty went In
linsnii-i- in Ilu- private cm- yester-
dtiy lu Inapecl some nf their properly nnd tiiey Ion ve tonight tor
their homes in Ilu- eust.
til-!    | li/,    is   II   Bel   uf
411        ..I        lllllliil IU.
I .   I*«ii.v'"<
',       'I In- -4-"it'i ,-    ent. I.,
Expires   While   Addrcising Engi-' !   I»  si-t-ll ul llenttie's.
,.,,.,. !      The tliinl is'twu veurs'sub.
neers At the Closing I !
Banquet.
Was (iR.NIi CHIEF KIK THIRTY VF.IKS
. scriptiou I.. Tin- Il.-rnl.l. ,
,' Rend the nil. on   the inside |
; |,.-u"-   it win i. ii von .-.ii ;
; nboui ii
Th,* Inrgi'sl printing press in the
world hns jusl been completed in'
N,-,v Vork. Fourteen presshu-ii
4ii„| eigln   nssistiints  mv   required
,„„,,,,..„,,i„M4,-.-s-.    It cnn print,           |T |h     „1.|,,s,.„r„1„„i„„ii
fei-d, pnste nml  eoiml   i.uOO eight |,,    ,.  ,. ,..,„,.,,	
Conservative Nominating Convention.
i Tin- following meetings nf Conservatives Will Iv held nl lllctliU'cl-
"iii plncea hereinafter uiejitionedto
lentdelegntes ton coiivcnlion lobe
1!.. .-Inly 20.    Pope LeoXtll
iadead. His lif.* Hickerwl ..ut nt
hul this afternoon.
Tliu period uf over two weeks
thnl [iope Leo |iuss,-il tin* shadow
I dentil wtis in. less wonderful
Hum Lis lit'.-. His apleudid buttle
agaiiisl tlisetiHi' wus watched lhe
world over with Bytupnthy. nn.l
ended only lifter ii s -i-i. a of tremeit-
ilniis ell'orts lu .* pier,  with  liis
itiai'vellous will |*o\ver, iln- wi'tik*
in-ss ..I' Ids aged frame,
(iniiul Chief Ariluir Dead.
Winiiiix-g, -Inly  10.    I'. M. Ar-
(lun*. Ilrmi.l Chief Engi r of the
Brotherhood ..I' Locomotive Engineers, dropped deud ni inidnight.
while speaking ul the banquet closing liu* miimnl uni.hi convention
uf ilu- Brotherhood nf I. icomotive
Eugincera. which lias been in session tier.' fur Ilu- pis! few ilnys
Mr. Arthur hnd ins: arisen to respond In ii toast, mul repeated thc
wut-ils. -dl may In- my parting
words lu tiituiy nl yuu." when lu
full backwanl, nml expired u few
minutes afterwards.
For -in yenrs Mr. Arthur has
been lietMl of tin- great brotherhood nf engineers, admittedly .uu*
if tin- must inliui'iitiiil Irudt' unions nf tlie world, one of tin' oldest
nn tliu continent nf America,'aud
iln- mother ..f nil other railway
brotherhoods.     Thr  Brotherhood
ST. EUGENETO OPEN,
James Cronin,  mmmp r nf the
famous Si. kiuut'iH*. litis ivtuu.-d
to Moyie t>- pre] nn* for the n|n-n-
ini; of tii. iiiiiu Zinc imi ri'iitni-
tniturs will I ,■ i nl in, tint! t u IU-
ihh) inns..) , ii ■!■■ . re | ci* mouth,
3M tomi "i yaw thnt lias heretof. i-
igone wiil, *:. tnilii j-. '--i1! I'" sjiv.
etl. Mr I'i"; iii i*stituuti'-*i thnt
they ti.'" ■ - -Ji ore in • i :lii fur
two or three years work ut tli.'iv
normal rate el ! nxluetion. Sinci*
il,.. min,. I..-,, . losix] SlVl.tUl has
ln'.'ii ,\\ I'li.ifl it. development.
.Mnn- itnw.-r will U> added aud in tv
This v.ill Ih-    ■J.XXI    UCWS    In    till*
I eopli "i Moyii nml ihr district
us ii will mean ,*i Ml; | tiy mil for
that town. Kvi-iy^!;. i. ',,1, ,-> in
Moyie's '_.'■ •! forhuie.
TcdlocV (ioujjeon.
Ml-- S'elli ' •'Tii:-'"it .'.ml Mr.
(i II Twllock wen* uuitwl in mnr-
riiiui* ar *i>;'' Wt dm etl»y morning
•Inly -2. ;.' ih-* hospital chapel.
Rev. Father Ouelette officiating.
It wn-. ■! quiel wetl Iiii^. only the
ri'lntives of thi routractim; parties
Ih-
im: pr. i
A fterthe ceremony
paK.« papers in tl
minutes    It
j the Cmiscrviili
ididatefor tin
jWw£h  Can"°found
quantities ul llic.
^m-w^
PORT STEELE MERCANTILE CO.. Limited
East Kootenay's Big Mail Order House
Wo have tin." beat
anil largest range
of Men's Gloves in
the country; Call
ami sie them.
weighs 'Jsii.iKH) pounds mil is comprised uf over ".ii.i-mi pieces: ll
ii.-uill iv.|,iir ■ two uui-iiius running
nl n s|ii-.-.l nf si\t. niil.-s mi hour tn
 -nil Iln- pull. I' ill   u   speed   lhe
nowspnpcr-i niv priuUil nn.l fold.
nl l.\ llii*. itioimler. Ii! .ill probil-
Inliii i1 will I..- two nr Ilir..' vi are
before The Herald will needone like
this.
Thej i. II il..- sloi-j ,.ii a iiuiin;
I t',-11,1.."..1. gentleman, llml he vis
itnl Eorl Steele for Iln- purpose of
-. .-uii....- .i iiinrringe license, lie
.;.II. 4, nl On- Li.iv. niineiil ollice mul
sliuiiin:' im liiil- enilinrriiBsinent their places of i-esidi
dually   -nri i-i-ili il   in    iiifurmiiig
Cranbrook clecloval district ut the
'ouiing pro. iiu-ial election.
Cnuibrook. Wenlwurth liali
l-'.n-l Slui'li'.
Moyie.
Wardner.
Kimli il.-y. N'mili Mm- hotel,
Marysville. Centnil hotel.
l'erry Creek, Burge's hotel,
Wus,*,. Ilunsnn's hotel.
I.'ynii. Ensl Koolenay Linuliei
coinpuiiy'a ..Ilir.-.
All nieetiiigs are lu I.,' held mi
Saturday, Angusl Hlh, I1MHI, id H
p, in
All Cunaervntives un- invited In
nil.-ml the tint; held ul or neill'
n wi-ddiug brenkftisl wns s.-rvnl  nt
tin- li....... of tbe bride's brother,
Mr. George liougeoa 1 .-.  num.
ber  ..t   fri nils    i  r    pr'-s.-m  to
extenil   roi ■-' tnl lions   nnd  best
        . wishes for a huppy and prosj;erous
if Locomotive   Engineers wns or-  union.
uniiized-in yuni-s ago. and Mr. Ar- M.Willi s wns 1 -• mini nnd
tliur lins l»-..|i connecteil with it Miss Delores Murphj bridesmaid.
frum ilu- beginning. Fur live Tlie gift to Mi- Williams wns u
years before becoming grand chief : handsome silver shaving mug, uml
In* ivns grand auditor. i Mis- Murphy u --.-"M ring.
  i     Tin-l.ri.l.■ was ntlirwl in u mng-
BIG PAYROLL, '»<»"■<» "™*" m ™» ■>" »"
  white hat. und curried n handsome
Snturduv   wns   payday  fur  tin* boquet of roses,    Her going nwny
Crow-B Nesl  Pnss Conl company gown wns n bcuutiful ■. 1 hair
and the grand  total of $1S»,021.05 nnd she wore n bhick  |«ittern hat.
w-ns paid out ill   tin-   three camps. Mr. and Mrs TcUock left on tha
This is uu  increase nf  814,S17.25 «•'•" 1<"11-'1 train the same morning
over any   prerious  monthly pay. fo' th"  ««wt-    They   will visit
Tin- figures of each  camp are
follows;
Coal Creek....S4(l,83fl.*10
Michel   I\:i71..-*n
Morrissey  31,810.15
Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, Snu
Francisco nml Spokane beforo
their i.-iiirn. nml will he gone
about two months. On their
return the) will muk.* ilu*ir homo
S>v. Jovban
Tlie colfhratol nyo BpBciidist.mtiy In- ootifliiUcil f.n* iilfoye t
nt onr ptuie ilnrhig tlm remaittdor of this week,
hi*. .Ionian')! Btic-itiWH in tliotrutitmorit ofilufoeltvio vision is t|
kiiuwn le KHitihc nur nvuniifU'tiiliitiim. Il in Blllllclent fn
p»y that in nil t'XiuntmitloiMi nf tin1 even Or. .Ionian uses th
niiitli'in iiii-iIiimIs uiul Intest Improvcl limtriiniRiitfl kno n
em-e, nmi fully panrnntoefl every pair of glnssofl to lie |ierfec
uiul nf the latest quality.
l'io*|H'ilv titii-.l -^IjiHHfs i*iiie lioinlnche.eyc-iiL'ho, liizziiu-!-
Ptl|Htt)on, kidney troubles, frownlnir, near plight, far pight
nitilisui. Itt'tnomher Dr. Jordan will nut ho in town nfler tl
aiuI ran only hi- consulted ut our Btore,
10 well
us to
tUOPt
to sci-
■l in lit
b, eon-
,asiin-
ioSI)l1i
W, $. ZntC gbc 3cwclcr
Oovernmeul A^-'ni ArmstroiiKpf
liis tnission. Mr, Anustrony; ^ave
him n kintllj ln.k mid opening up
lhe lieensf lven|'i| ;iskn| tilt* usual
i|lleslinli:
'•Whnl is your iiamer"
This was ;inswi-i*eil pminptly.
"Wliiil is the lady's iitinie?"
The. young mnn  began to stammer and   stutter,  hem   and   haw.
scratch  his  head, and  finally lnul
11 ;idniil thai he had forgotten.
•Hut surely you can remember
the name nf ihc gtrl you are going
tn marry,'' said the government
agent in gentle nml encouraging
tones.
Th*? young tnnn nl last, after a
desp 'inle i ll'nrt. gasped nut. "Yes.
yes. it is Kinily." Mr. Armstrong
was nhonl In enter the name when
a fri 'ml present said. "That's your
mother's name, imt the girl's." and
procedi'l tn set matters aright,
and the prospective bridegroom
left the office milch relieved, while
the govermeut agent  looked out of
Con-ervuiive Meeting.
THE DEAL CLOSED.
Frank Byron Pays Balance on Badger
Group.
The final payment nl §11,500.00
was mude through the Canadian
Bank of Comment! Wednesday by
K. I.. Byron and J. K. Woods of
Frank. Alia., to John P.Sherwood
nf Perry Creek on the Badger
group of claims situated on Perry
Creek, The deal was entered into
ahntit three weeks ago. when I*', L.
Byron look a thirty-day option nu
this property from Mv.Sherwood,
Tho price was S12.000.0U. sMiti.iiin* Hi....-..-. ...   ,-..-,    ,
p   i • i ii , .i      nut   nn   nceoiitit   of   run sid era ble I of   ' ranlir.nk   less   tluni  a   vear.
nl which   was   paid   down   al llic   I"11  ""   m"m111   '"    "'IWIUI1111  i -
,:„,„ construetinii   wurk  at   the  former having eome from her home in tho
lllll' . ..... ,      ,
1 . ' ■.....,.,.i-; luust   |.. \isit   '.'.itli  h.-r hrothers
Euniily. For -.-v.ml mouths -In*
wn- assistf.nl m the nostofflcc,
where sin- 1.,1-nm- very |x>pular
will, the public.    Mr. Tedlock  Ims
I .1 inl wiiii tin- r. I'   l{,
inaehinc -hup- in lliis city fur
severnl yi -u- ;.- mn hinest, nml
lins ii Ims! uf frieiidu in C'rniibrook
mul nil idoiiK Ihe I'run.
Tl," followiim   i-  ii li-i   ..I   ll,.*
present*! r.-1-i ivcil:
Conl Creek's  pay  is larger than •» Crnnbrook.
Michel's in   proiJortiontotheout-      The bride hns  Ik«i  a  n-sident
'I'lu- new i.wii.-rs think Ihey have ; l'1-'"'1'- *v li'W -*1"- is .vorkinii on
Ihe ninkiutr of n bin free i'nilli„K No. 1 tipple and Ihe trninwii) frum
KoliliniiiiMii ract this view is slum-d  "lil"'8 '■ '"' '""l  "• wll"r" 'l.'vr-lop-
by nil who are nct_uiiiuted .villi tin-1 "' w,"'k is '"''"« i-'pi'l'v pushed.
property,    Mr.  Byron  will   have A IK) tool  pickiiiH  hand is being
charge ot tho developini.nl  ofthe   I1"1 '" this tipple,
mine und mil put u tin." of miners !
to work at once.   Tin- Intenli f; "■•I1 "t' t'ominion Klcclinn.
the present ownem  is to systeniat.      Toronto, -lulv    IB.   Tin-  News
icnlly develop the inine lii.fore pul-  announces mosl ponltively that the
lli, i. will hetijiiifi'iing nf the thin up n mill, I. Inion elections   uill Is- held
(Viisi-i-vnliii-s of ih.-   C-i-iuibrook |    >[,-, Sherwooil. when seen hj 'I'l,.* ihi- lull, probably in Octohei
eli'i'lniul I'lisli'i.t Inld nl Iln- Wentworth hull, .('rniiluituk. I'.. C, nn
l-'liluiday um i,in*,'. July 25th, 1(103,
nl H p. in. All Conservatives are
invited In.ntli-ml.
... 11. Thompson,
Sec'y Cranbrook  tiiberiil-Coiiserv-
livu Asssciatioiii
Liberal Meeting.
There will 1." n liberal' meeting
it Odd Fellows hall nesl Mondny
evening. All liberals or those de-
lirtng in affiliate with the liberal
»ir, Blierwoon. w ■-*.*.-.,.... ....   ....• ,..-.-.--, ,   T .,„„,. m,., p. ,.. n*,.,,,,,,.,,„„
Herald  said:  "Yes. 1 know I have      Hie nrticle in  part states! "lhe st0 „„,.,„. ,re„_T,  „,„,  .„,„'.,.,   Mr
  — !V  '""■    ' '    l''"'"   ,l""""-"Ml,.y„l un.l   Mt.   I.,„!,-,„.:   -',,.,!   l.nil,
M,-. un.l Mr-.... T. Iloger.iberry.poon,
Mi-, s. .1. Hotly, I..- .i"i..-l.itn-; Jewel
,-ii-,-. Kil.li.-.'i'i.-.'.-.n: .liver mnrmnlnde
juvau.l j.-ii.-l .;.-,-.   Mr.   in.l   Mis. I loll-
".-..ii; celery jnr, M. M'llllana; silver
bnltcr.li.l.. Mi. mul Mi-. Miirpliyi.il-
lerulil   hiii..:      i i-s, , i,i,.,„  , ,	
snld   cheap,     (If   course   81*2.111)11  News hus   h-urtied   from the most 1 lioynlanil'Mt""\
cash is ti  prettying price lo pay authoritative circles thai a general I Mr. u,„l Mr., n.'
fur un   utirri.iviiurnntu.1   properly, election for the hoimc of commons
but I have other claims '•,, I'.-rry  will take place during Iln- coming
Creek that ar piallj us g I but nuti i, probably  Into  in Octolx-t
m.t sn tar developwl us il„- Budget- or early in November.  There In	
.-         ,i.. ...
1-i.CUlt jar, Mr. nml   Mis. I'lUlii-art*
in,, ■ 41, i, Tk i., rings, Mr. ami Mrs. A..
group,     Ynu  s"' nn  ll," Biidger M n minors for some mouths buck
there is a  Jl)  fool  ledge that has of such a course, but unless some- ,	
Slt.tllll) worth of nctiuil developineiil ; thing entirely   unc-qraeleil   inter- ] *,.';.,|!'°""1^1 |'",!|.,!,,""M'''"'''„N'''\| "','"'''
work done, showing two ore chutes,  venes, an   appeal   to   tin- country | Cmnoron, |mY(,|o»ei'. liraul platoi Ma-
one of which is 2s  feel   wide at n  tuny be viewed as a certainty,
depth of I'l feel that averages S12
siring to affiliate will, tin- iiuerni i per ton gold, 88 per cent of which MI,clM'"   oil1-
party, nru invited In he present.      i i< I'i"' inilling.    The other is ..niv j    Married, nl lhe Fulls View 1ml.-I.
W.P.Guvd,     five feet wide, of the same class of Murysville. on  Tuesday, -Inly '-'1-' |1:l-n, 1;1M„   >|is.„, (il,,(.ii. ,|||(,  fMm
Secretary. | ore, bill is cut lit a depth of 80 feet' Mr, Fred   W,  Mitchell nnd   Miss^ nmlloyi prayer lwok, Knllter Ouelottei
  '   I from lhe surface.     If tlllll U not n ' Ji'Bsie M. Gill. Rev.   Fortune olfi-' clieck lor tlu,. from groom in bride;
Tin-   nominations  nn-   set    for' good showing I'would lik-t) have' cinting. jlubloilnipc Jlr. tuul Mrs. Prank John.
Ootolxr 15, nml lhe election  will'soni io tell mo what is." I    'Ilu- young   people linve many  son', hrawjot for l.riilc,lieo.Uougeon;
I,,,,,,,,, ,. , 4   . .     i   ■   .i ■ i- .i      i- . ■ .   Morris t'litur C. 1'. II. blacKsmltlisictit
prnlillny In-held tlie lust   of Octo-1   Ml Is 111 thin purl ul   tho district     j       ,BW|  J[r(    11, ,,,,.,,,1,. filv.r t .< '
: bull.
riot, (loilgcon; tray cloth, Mi. anil Mrs.
llnr,.'.*: niniiil'' clock, Crnnbrook Union
,.( Mui-liinisis; pockelbook, R. E. Beat-
tie:  sih.'i- card nny.  Mi-- Holdal.lp,
l.'tt Ilu- nun-.- niui-ii  n vcu, iiiiiu- .   ,.   ,    ,       ,,r ,.,..,. ii-U'iius in mis pun    ...*■      ,      |„,„| m,..  iirggurini aitvcr i-«
tlm govermeut ngei.l looked out of   'robnby b, In  I ll,  I        I    . to-   iu   ^.^ (h,.m I Mi>   rnM __ t
the window at the mountain peaks ber.   That makes an unreasonably j    II.- sun- I get  .mu !,',,«• l.nt.i.ness                           i M'ellnmn,
nnd smiled genlly lo lflniself,         I long campaign.                             Ihellsl, ''■     '• nn:  i aANitiamic   riERALT)
CRANBROOK  HERALD
,<mlll*«^*-*^
Fili tor and Proprietor.
KMd OP snt-TKIPTlON:
tin* Herald dwtres t-
district.    It y<
i.nir inuu* ti. y
\w tin- news of tiie
i about y»ur town
i-i-, wtnl ii lo this olllee.
C0MSERVAT1VG PUTFMM.
HILL & CO.
Of til- I'l-
the irliic
uii> r.nlv.
EDITORIAL NOTES
Tl,,. people ul British Colmuliin
lun.- Iiml a Inl.- reminder uf the
fuel IiiiiI this province hasaiiugenl
general   in   I don.     Mr.  .1,   II
'I'm- *. win.  holds  llllll  sinei-iiru.
Ims written u letter protesting
ngaiiisl coniphiints iiinde uf tlie
min r in uliii-b Uiu work is curried uu, Mr. Tumor, in his cnpne.
il\ ns iigeut. costs the province
In,il, slo.lNKI lo S10.IKXJ ll yunr.
Nu uni. yel Ims henril of uny good
In- Ims accomplished.   What llril-
ish Col bill  needs is a younger,
liu-. iip-tu-dute represeutntive iu
lioudon who iv..old make the name
nml res ii-a of tins  province fn-
mtllnr to every household. Mr.
Turner may Im- a shining murk nt
Iiiul, teas, inn   ns n hustler lie hus
passed lie age tn I f II h ben-
1*111 to ilu- province,
When John Houston talks abonl
ilu* (liilurin I'nriiu'i* or nny other
furiner in Canada lining protected
by n turilt' In- tnlks the worst kind
of political rot. The product of
ilu* runner is uu export product
nml tin* price is governed l.y lie*
surplus sliip|«*il to the foreign
countries,
ll.iHl 4    1,1'    1,1
 ii -
-im	
The Phoenix Pioneer announces
ilmi ii will publish Iln- political
news of all parties, If it continues
in he a real  newspaper it must d<>
Tlinsu liberals iu  tin-  Manitoba
nise will In- mighty lonesome.
I!.   T.   Lowry
Nelson    Tribune
Houston's   nbsenci
I'll.- Tribune will 1.
. editing tin
during John
nl the const
interesting ns
Tin- Daily evening Tribune is
ilu-   Inlist   campaign   growth
Nelson.
Tl,
Win,
.     editorial   r s   uf    tin
ipeg  I'Vei-   Press  must   li.-m
i dreary ri-s.u-l   Inst   Monday
Editor   li. I'  tin- Rossland
Miner, tried tu ii.-t a resolution
asking for liu- government's posi
liun in Ilm East Kootenay reserve
adopted ul a political meeting Ilu
.ither evening in Uosslund, hul
wns turiu'd down.
Tliu boundary papers flint an
kicking ou the coke supply should
lake inln consideration ilu- fad
Ihnl I lie ('rows Nest dial compii
are Bjictiding thousands of dollars
lliis summer building additional
coke ovens nt Michel und Morrissey. These niv not lining l.uilt
a lilulV. Imi fur business, uud it,
few uu.ntlis will In- in opornti
It is u.-ll enough tu I..- fair n
hoiiesi iu vi.iiri-ritii-isiuis.
Tlio
l-'rniik   Hentiiiel   did    nol
mirvivi
Iln- b11.1i*. but isreincut'iiut
ed iu t
ie   Hluii-mnre Times,   Th.
pilper
nnks well and   undoubtedly
is       l„"
i".|   in   it   town   nf  goo.
promis
Wants lo Know.
RoBslnnd World: There is i
filing that lhe province expects
from Premier McBride, which i.
ihut lu- slu,ul.l ileclurt- liis hand ni
tn tliu it.nl uml nil locutions ii
Snutli Ensl Kootenny. His
enemies un- suying thut he is hold-
in<r buck in order tn I'uvor the ('.
I', li. Premier McBride cannot
expect the electorate to take him
on trust. When they know what
lu- proposes to do in this regard
they will be in a position to accept
or reject his policy. Hut if that
policy be kept dnrk il will be said
thnt it is beinr done for reasons
Uiul dure nut lie made public. It
is up to McBride to clear himself
.if any such imputation without
further delay whicli is nlready doing him harm,
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders Minted nn lilH) feet ruck
tunnel nnd one   mile witter ditch,
clearing  rigid  "'' way  included.
Apply in
I-' I,. Byron, (Jinnliroolt hotel
rtilnu.it.
I lull Ul
4. Ill- t.l.ll'll
lll.ll.il  ..*'
J. 0. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
I W. F. GURD,
Barrister. Solicitor. Etc.
: CRANBROOK,   HPITISH   -COLUMBIA
Land Notice
Nuliee is lierehy given that 00 daya after
dale 1 Mit.'iiil to npplj  in iln* chlel cummin-
Htiut-r of I,nmii* tuul -ivurkri tnr |teruiUstau 1>>
piinliiii-c   ihe   followtog   described   I in.l  in
Nouth Knhi Kootenay:
Commencing nt. a  post    pliititel  nt the
Nonilitti'hl I'unuT i,1 l.i.t No. 28Tl| lii-ini[i   1.'
thence not ill 4Oi-hitinH,lhe0ii- «''-ii 40 chains !
ih.-mv   Hoiitli   ie iiniiiiH.  theuce es.il 4n
I'liuJiiH to plnce ol beginning, coiiMiitiing  100
Cranbrook, -lime 4th, 180.1,
l-» Thoi.Movc
rfc.
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j   UP-TO-DATE PICTURES   *
«   i..i ii|i ti.ti.iti- i pic ih what tht* g
j        PREST PHOTO CO.      |
•   wilUlvt' v.,.1.   We make tlio very *
J    L.ut-i in C.iiIh.ii- ami IMaMtllimH   J
*,*,********************** -*»
Notice.
4, |,f
vliuji
[.von ilmi i i.i "t \ iln j»n(
i upply to the Chief Com
i iiiul' Works nml Aaih
■o* I, ui.lh iiml W.irkH Im
Kim tunny, (nr u licenst
I mil pi-tob-iim on  llif
llcadtiuartcrs for Clothing for
MAN AND BOY
Prices Were Never So Low
,il in S.niMi I'.ihI Ki.oh'iiiiv went nt
iilii-inl r vi-r nml m**vi'II ti.ilt'H i.orlli nl the
■-iifiiiii nil him ihtry loiiinmrniiiK al ■<
,1 mucked "\V, .1. Wihmi'H northwest
.t" ili.-n.'i' Hit chulua -k.mtH, tlu-iii'ii Hi)
liiiM-ioii, tiniii'i-mi i-liiiim imrtbi tli-ance
.liii'i n WiBl  lo   I nut  ot i-iiimut-ti ciiiciit,
it iii ul ng tit o ncres more or Icbb.
IM tt*. .1. Wdauli,  l.o iitor.
in'pillhlH 10th duy o! July, 100a.
i,i\.iti."ii >>ii tit" -
rebate ol tint win
Meluied 111 llr.tli
CONSERVATIVl: COM'l;N Til INS
i. Tlmt com
for iiii-iiiiiti-*"
iipnrili'lojJHto
f.ii'i'.i'.j (lily tii'fni.ti.'Ni'l li
!„- ,riiviiiriiil--l-.'ln-ij Mil in
tn Iib(iiiimrtl iinnl i" ii.iiiiiii:
in urslii'Miiliiili-ianiii-
•iiHi |.,.lliini .iii lilnii. nr I. .-■
•l-.-liiiiil dhlrh-l*. il t *it
ill-.liil-tlll'tllSt'lV.-. t . v.l<- nn
-jlll l.t.'KCCeloUl Mn* unllil
sh-d beoutiiledioavotul i
;i    Twu necks tuiil.- ".Iiullli
li-nitfliiiKHiil whHuld «:il
iiiii  iriiiiiiiiililii! i-iiM.t'litii'iis
liy,-i.-i-l;.r:il.l.sti'ii|st   ■ ■   u*.
,Vll.Clntl-l'T;itll...l'M'lCL-tU»,ll
iiiral.l-rtru-s*-ti'inla -all.-.
throughout the iir.ivliieet,	
nittt'il i-t-iiti'iiliil:ii'i'liM-:i"h <l>'
l,   All nn i PS .f Ui.-iliti'iir
ioi' tin' e.oct «ii»r ■tJ'l'ji,lll!'' "
tlm i lac '• nnil Ante ot noni n
llV 11 llllllTllI    ll-i-M-l'llll
in nlili-li Hn* Hi'Hiiml ill-.li ii'i-*
is iii'ii over tiie imuie-tiif pro:
tary nl Hia I'jinln l,iU*iiiisi'ii
A GLORIOUS
OPPORTUNITY
One $20 Set of Dinner Dishes Free
NINETY-SEVEN   PIECES
Can be Seen al lhe Fori Steele Mercantile Company's Store
One $15 Up=to=Date Camera Free
May be Seen at R. E. Bcallie's Drug Store
The Herald for Two Years Free
May be Seen Anywhere in lite District
HOW?   -   WHEN?   -   WHERE?
Let us tell you about it. The process is an easy
one. The Herald has a number of readers who are in
arrears on their subscription, And, there are a large
number of people in £o.ith East Kootenay who
should be a subscriber to The Herald, but are not,
To stir up the delinquents, and to offer an induce*
meut to others to subscribe, we are going to give the
hove named prizes, and t hei e are only two conditions
imposed.
First—You must be a paid up subscriber to The
Herald to enter the contest.
Second—The one who ^guesses the closest to the
number of votes cast in South Bast Kootenay at the
coming provincial election, takes the first prize, the
set tit dishes; the next, takes the second the camera;
and the third takes the last one, two years, subcrip-
tlon to The Herald.
You sec it is easy. Any one interested in South
East Kootenay, should be a subscriber to The Herald.
It costs $2.oo a year or $i.oo for six months and is
worth more. And if you are a subscriber, you should
have your subscription paid. Therefore, by simply
making a guess on the number of votes that will be
Xt-I.nll, .liliu- "III. I'n*.
The Body of John Sin-ksmitli pound.
Tlm |i.*..|il.. ..I' Una ilislri.'l will
ivin.-niU'i' llml on .Ini,,* Mil, »1
lust yt'iir .lulin Sut-kaiiiith wiih
ilrnwiii.il in Ilu* K.'lll.- riv.'i' in
Wfsl Kuoli'iiiiy l.y ll honl t'liiiliiin-
inn liiinsi'lf nnil two ini-n In-ini* up.
act   in   iniilsli in.      I'Aii-.v  rlV.irl
w.-is mud*, tn tlisrnvi-r Ilu- limly Inil
without nvnil. On Muiiilny of Insl
wi-i'k. wiiii.- si.|iui'iitiiiK soiiii- li.-rs
nt tin* liniil ol' tlm .Inn, "I thr (.'ns.
null' I'oivi'i' i-unii'iiny. in, ,*ni|.ln\i*
of tho Villi1 Linnlii'l ||||)IIHJ sii.v
ii l»»ly c-oini. to Um mii-fiii".'. An
i--oiiiiiiiiiti.nl of thr i-totbiiifj; nn!
l.-i-th slioiv.-il lioyonil n ilinil.t llml
till' r.'innins wi'l'i" llniHO of tin- lull"
Mr. Sn.-ksinilli. Tin* flltiorill ivns
llt'lll the III'SI tiny nntl iln- Lolly ill
ti-rri-il in  lli ini'ti'l-y  nl   (liiintl
Forks.
Mr.  Siii*ksinilli  Willi  ol f llif
lirsl jvnitlenlH of Criinlirooli nn.l
iifli'i-wnril wns inl--r.-st.-il in lli.
mill   nl   U'l'iriliii-r.      II.-   wpnl   In
Wfsl Ki.i.i.'tniy nl i  ll yi'iiin
nui, nml wns -.'I'llin-.' in nool slili|i,'
liiiiiii.-inlly   whi'ii   In-   I with Iii,.
inifiiiii'ly I'liil.   His willow r -iini
S.'i.lim in   inslil'.-iiiiv  nml   Insl   Inil
retnriiifl lo lu-r forini'i- liotn.. in
Kniiliiiiil. '	
Can'l I'ass Sunday Laws.
Toronlo. July   I I.    A ik'Spnltili
rBCL'ivedinTorontolodiiyi .nuns cast in South East Kootenay, which will  cost you
tlmt tin- Privy Council hiiBiIcr.iiI-.-i1
against the province in tin* fuonl's
Day case ns to tin- right of the
province to enact Salihnlli le-risla-
tion. Tin* Privy C'auncil has tle-
t-lnri'il tin- act ultra vires. The up-
jieiil to tin- Privy Council was
chiefly    by    tin-    iniinnfiietni-ers
ngainsl ii decision of ih nri of
nppi'iils iipholiling tlmt act, although the court wns not unanimous, thc lute Chief tfustlce Armour holding thnl such li.gislallou
wns wholly for iln- Dominion parliament. Armour's view is that
adopted Ly Iln- law lords, Thf ef.
feel of lliis jiidgnieiil will lie In
throw oil' ninny restrictions i-fcenl.
ly imposed on Snn.lny lalioi' liy ilie
big 'corporations, the rniiw.-n nml
llif  sleninship coin| miiea   in   lhe
Lraabrook Lod|e, No. 31
A. F. t A. M.
tl. iiiiliii ineelliiits tin Hit-
tliinl Ttmrsiliiy til tl..*
tin-ntli.
1 isiimi: lir.tlneti walcon. il.
M. A. ll.Al..-, Se,'*..
DR. F. E. KING,
DENTIST
OFICK HOUR"!
... tn I'.1 a in.
I tt..'. p. tn.
1 l.) S p  III.
CUANHKOOK, 11. C.
Timber Notice
Niitir. i. hi-i-,-l,.v nt,mi Hint lliirl.v iln.va nf
r ilitiiil int I to ii|i|.l>- in tin-(liiit r.4m-
Lalotivrul l.iiiui. nml WuiU in vi,
Iur a a'tHiul ik-en-aa in nn nml rnrrj
linilii'tIiuiii .lit. Inllnwlng il.>.,til„<,l lnmla,
Mitll Ill' ill Sllliill   lln.l  Ku4lt4'll!l.l
.'Dllllll.'lll'illlllll tl|l,4,l|.llll,l4,i.ll  III,. |,. ..-l..v-....r.#.»4
.'.. r  I.„l 19, in „,„„,, ,  tl ,.   0.  ||.   | IIOriPSON.
.•null.-II iliiiiim nliniii iln, wi-Mi lii I inl
'-'•''.. k'""! I '  »••»' "i. rliulna, llarrisler    Suliiilor
il i rlli sn .1,  I., .ni.l Ln liu, iwinsur,   .-luiiuiur,
il HO rl.uli.B vlung Uiu iiiin... ..I ,_. , „ .,.
,,., i-.'i..ni.,-, ,„i,„-Ki„ii,„4*. ■        Notary Public.
llllllll I'lih, .Inn,.. Ulltll. | 5,11,1,,, |„, |kc lmp,,|,| B.ak .1 Cauda
Why you sboulil buy
FAIR PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
Because it is the tn-st (|ua1iiy
Because it i« the most \__\* chew
Because it Is the InrKest lii*&1] gride
id or liu* | lug
HcCaUSC the tttgg   are vilnah'c for
pi eiiniiiiis mriiI Jai. I, I9M
BeCaUSC *•* manintee every \tiuj_
mul
| BeCaUSe vmir.leitleiiiHiilliiifi/e.lto
li lll-'il    M ll*   III "llt-V    t VtlU
14
Tlm II
Notice.
Ti.Umiti.'i- Ilmi hiit.v tln.VH ii't.'t iliil.- I in
l.-ii.) in n|i|il.v to Hm H,.iiui'. tin- l.i.-iih-iiiiiii
(Invermn-in tuiiiuil, nmli-r wctlilll 7 < if Ilie
"Itlven miilSliviiiiiH A.'t. IMlll." t' III iiiiiI
17, itii-li-tui i.l.-ttiin-ti.ifi'.,li.Hi'iiii*., log iii-iii*.
niiiik'h,  etc.,   from   Ilie   U-.I   nml   biiiiU   ol
Mi'iuinw  .it*ek.  eunt    KoolOltaj*,   fr    itn
Hoiin-i? toiiiDiith, iin,) tn intikf nmii oilier
iiii'iri)Vi-mi'iilK tin in i iv bo twcwUHirjl fnrili.-
ilrivitig of lugti; lo i-iiiifi riii-t torlhiH liooniH
at Its mouth; also to collect to)lnualliejiiilKa
ol the count; court may lix.
Crnnbrook, s Iv Kootetioy. Mnv flO, 100ft.
11 (i.tl  KIN'ti.
The Cuhialil lavtiimciii md Lvaa Cvmpny.
Cranbruuk, li. C.
JAMKS (IRKKR
Timber Notice
'I hi t.v iluya after day 1 int. ml tn ttpply tu
the iliM Commtanloner ol Lindd hnd WurkM
(ora epccial HcenHri to cut uml i-nrr.v away
tiiuht-r fium the following dcrricribed inn h in
Snutli Kus-1 Kootennyt
t'omtiit'iii-iugnt a |,oM (ilunlcil on the west
hitle of the Crowa Nwtt Faea railway right of
wuy ii|)|)onite mtloage 2711, about two iiiilt'H
weat of Rock ireelc in Raat Kootenay, th nee
west   HO  rliniiiH.   thincL'  iniiiili  HU   i-huiiiH.
tli.'iu'i' flint Hi) chalui, ilit'ii.'.-N.H'tli ho cha'na
tn ihe plare of beginning, containing mo
mi'.'ti more nr It-an.
Dut ii nt Crmhrook. 35th, of Juue 1003.
15 Charl.a l.unhrry.
Contractor
and Builder  j*
All work lurailccd.   Ste ni Welore
ynu build,   ll will pay you.
Cranbrook, B C
Timber Notice
Tktte notice that thirty daya alter iinte I
inli'..il to apply to tht* Chic! Coinmia-iiohit
of I.iiihIh nml V. orke ut VlctOltn fnrn lii-eiitu-
tociitand carry away timiM-r (ruin tin- lol*
lowing ilem-riheil lumlw:
t'liiiimi-in-iiig ut n poat plfllltwl (Ml till1
nouthfuat rorner ol lot \l\, gruii() one,
thence north QO ehutna along the eni-t line
uf antil lot*J24, thenceeaat40 uhnluR to the
■niutlioant comer nl W. Carlltl'e liiuhn-
liivnae, thence imrth 40 ohalna, thence caul
40 chalui*, titmice gouth ion Lhuiim tn tin
mirth line of anil) lot 425, thence weat along
Haid north line of lot 4-'ft, eighty chains t.
the place ol beginning, containing 040 upiw
more of Ihsm.
Dated this IStb, olJuna 1008.
ll Matthew Breekeniiilge.
Timber Notice
Notice i« hereby uiven thnt thirty day*
alter 'late 1 intern! to npply to tin- chlel com
iiiinwiniii-r nflniuU nml workB at Vlctoihi fur
*>|HH'lal liriiise to cul and carry away timber
fiinn iln* i.ilii.M'iii^iit'hi'iiti..1 landa:
Hi ii a ted in the district ql En t Koolenay
antl commencing nt a tmit plutttnl ut tlie
nnrtiiKt'Ni Mirnei- ol A. \V. UcVtttle'a tltuhe
leant) number 17u1 tlieneo wwt 8t> chniii
moieorleai in \\». hinith inu.k ol the si
Mi'irj'a river thenco following up tin' aunt
batik nf the St, Mnry'M river 100ell .ins more
or lt*n to iiii'tlieaat comer "f v. l^-lerci
pineliiiHe thence tmuih HO chalna mure
it'Hs iii ilie north weat corner ol H. McVttli
lim'i-r lease iiuutbt-r 170U theuce east 50
chalna more or leea to the weat boundary i
A. W. Ui-Vittie's timlier Ics,. 1701 thom-
nmtli 40 cliniua more or le§B in ihe point nt
commencement, coutainhig nhonl 1100 nri
uinre or Ir-ps. 18 A. V,. t'nitliers
litt'ei! .inly IStll. 10011,
Clilli'ilni.k,  li, ('.    |HinilM*i
iiothins, you may be the one to secure one of the
prizes offered. It is a chance to use judgment in
figuring, and profit thereby.
At the election in iqoo the total vote was 974 in
what is now Cranbrook and Fernie districts, composing all of South Hast Kootenay. What will it be this
year is the question.
No country, no creed, no color barred. This is
going to bs a big year in South Bast Kootenay. You
will want the news. The Herald prints the news
when it is news.
Take Advantage of This Opportunity
F. E. SIMPSON,
Cranbrook, B, C, Publisher
Notice.
Notice ia hereby given tli.ii thirty daya
afterdate, IlMendupply to tho chief i-ommla*
aioner of lun.In mil works mul assistm.!
commissioner l! Intnls nml winks (nr the
district nl Kust Kootonay, Im* Hcetwe tn
proapest lor i-u:»l uiul [ictrnhum ou the
following il**<• i ii-i) Inmls:
Kit nut til in Sun h Kust Kootenny weat ol
Plnthcad tiver and 8 miles north o( the In-
temotional boundary commencing nt u
postmarked "By-ton N. White'* totithenal
rorner post" 1 In- i-o 80 chulua north, thenco
80 chaliiH wist, theme ho chulua loiith,
Ihenee80ehuina en.t topoat ol eommence
incut, en ininint* nil) tu-tes mon- nr has.
IH HyrniiN. Willie, loci '.
Dated ihis lOtlnluy ofJu'y, 0011
Timber Notice
Tuke m tiie ihut thirty ilay* niter date I
intend to npply to ilm I'liirl Coiniulaalonor ul
I,units nml Wnrks ut Vii-'mli fnr apiclul
Hceiiae to cut mid carry away tiiulH-r from
the liillnwinn <Ivh lihcil IiuiiIh mi Ihe wrsl
litis ol Kk river in 1; .st KnntePuy, 11.1'.
t'ntuuicm-iiiK nt N i I | iibI uiiirki .1 It
It.il'i mon planted nln.ni 1 \\ hmr ami u
ipiiiiipi* miii-H nortli nf lha Hnrthneat rornei
0fl.Hl 4oHN giuiip um. nest xlile ol Kli
river, Ilium*" W«al 40 .'linns, llieme smith
I HO rlinins, thenee eust   40 i-liuina, tin'iii-i-
imrth 100chains tn the plnce ol ppmmci -
imui. rnntnliiiiig 1110 ncres iiiiiii- nr teas.
No. 2 along side of Ni), I-
Couimonclug ui Nn. 1 i oat ninrkid l(.
Itobcrtaon plnuied ilhoill 4 'i hint' mid u
((darter uiiles mirth i|i the l.qi'1 liwwtt enri.i't'
of Lot 458* gtqiip une weat aide of Klk river
theuce Witt 4o ihuhis, ihenee Cfltill| loo
cbuiua, thepcoenat 40 uhujiis, thenco mirth
ltio chains In tho placo of lommonccmenl
i-iiiit.uiiiiiig 010 ncres more or I<-mh,
IH It. Itiilieilsnil.
Timber Notice
Notiee is hereby giveuthutthiity d|iys lifter
date I Intend to apply to the Chhf t'ommia-
siiniei'of Lumis nml Wotks for a apeciu)
lii'iiiisii to cut ntnl carry awny limht-r ftntn
tie Following dcBCribcd landa on the weat
sideo! Klk river in Kust Kootenuy It, 0,
Commencing ot No, I post mirkel It. (I.
Ilarnwt U 11 n'pl ut nhout lii.lf a mile south
olnorthw-s cQruer Lot IftHtt group one on
went Hid'- |')||{ liver nhout nunrier m le In mi
river hunk, tlieuce wrpt i> rliiiiim. thci.ee
Miuth 100 chains, I henco ensl 40 rhtiins anil
100 chulua itiirth to the place nf cominetiee-
uieiil. containing t!40 ncres more or less.
No 2 along side of No, 1.
Commencing nt No I po-it marked It 0.
tlnruwill | l.nled ut uhout one hall mile
sniiili ol northwest corner of Lot 4,"iH»gioup
2 west aide ol Klk river ulniiit (punier nii'e
(mm river hu.uk tlieneo wi at 40 c|iiiiiia thenco
ttorih 100 chalna, llience 40 phuins en*.;,
llience HiOchniiiN n)iith lo the plili'.'of cuiii
meiicemenl coiitaiiiiiig MM ncres mote or
less, IH It (1. Ilaruwill
Surveys „,	
Land Purchases,
Pre-Empt ions,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract,
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P.L.S.
P. 0. Fori Steele, B. C.
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Fruit - Vegetables |
1 haw n fine iisBortiu.-i.t
always on hand, New pu-
tntui.*.. ur.*4*n |-.'iis. beans,
etc.    Fine  fresh  fruit.
A Fine Line of Glassware
MRS. LACEY
aie mil s<ilii>li tl
Illl   I HPIItl! TOBACCO CO., Ill,
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Uive me a call.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes,   il'iu,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The molt
Economical wy to handle it.
J. H. KINO
Physician and Surgeon.
Illflte .1 Keal4e.ee, .rm.lroa, Ave.
OFFICE HOURS:
ForeiMia,   -   -   -   -   Ml I. II
Alteroooaa   ....   hMlajiM
Eve.l.,.   ....    ;.MtoS*M
CRA-BROOK B. C
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♦   John Ellenberff.   #
John Ellenberg,
The SHOEMAKER
J      IN REAR0F WENTWORTH HOTEL
2
J Pioneer in thc business and
« his work always ranks with
X thc best. Call and sec him.
J Repairing boots of all descrip-
* tiops, from a cork sole to a
% lady's finest slipper. J
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Timber Notice.
Tnke notice that thirty days niter ilnte I
Intend to a]i|ily to the Chief t'omniiMaioiiei
ol lumis aud works for special license to em
aud carry uwuy timlier If.mi ilu- following
ili'-mi>i'il lauds;
Commencing ut a post on tlie nortt.ensl
corner o( Enns Poyle'a jire-emption No 817
theuce end lit) chains to the wcatern honml
uiy or lot 430', group 1. K !>., thence aoutli
ho eh ins to lot UT", group one thence weal
ITehahia to British L'nlumhiu Suit hern rinln
nl way, 1 lii-nre norlliwiHttrly iilong auiil
right ol way to place nl beginning, contain
iti-j .*l*Jii in n>n more nt- I.-hh.
Dili nl June JSnil, 11UI3.
14 William H. liiiillii..
Notice.
Notice is hereby iiivi-li tlmt I, M. V, A nmi
ble, illti'inl within the time -..re-cribed hy lam
in np|ilv to the Chief Commissioner ol Liindt*
uml Works of the Provlnee of British Colura-
bin lor ii license to prospect lor conl and rt*
Iroivum mi tin- (ollowiti-j; described Imida:
neglntingat a post marked M. K. Annu-
Ida's liiitbil Boutheasl Post, t'oal nml IV
11oleum Claim; thence80 chainsenal, theme
hu chains north, tbei  no chains west,
thenee Nil I'bnitiK Honth to  |. n-l uf cummeiic
ing: altiinie I'i mlh'M (rom Sugeereek uml ml
jiicenl tn u. I'. Katie's northsnit corner.
Ml). ANNAHI.K. Locator
Ibi'ed June llih, 10011 hi
Timber Notice.
Nuliee in hcitihy ^ivi-ii thnl thirty ilnyc
iiflerilnte I int.ml In npply In lhe thief
rntnmlssioiiei' of luiltls uml   Hurkn (or |er
mimi.hi iiuiii MmI curry away timber horn
thcfullmvlnir ili'Hi'ibed Iiinde:
l'umtiiei,i-iti|f nf il |nint. phinteil neit)' tin
North rjnstcorner ol Ifl! 1:1- tlirnee mat I"
I'hniiiH, tlu-m-e iiiiith ini| chains, theme ensl
-(0 ehuins, Hn-m-e th i<io chuius to thc
|ilucui)f n)iii meiicemeiit.
pitted (his 2nd i|uyitf July, 10011,
 __J1_)V.  Ilnbim.ni.
Notice*
Nol ice Is hereby nl veil tlmt thru moiitha niter thedulelieieol un lifi|ilieiilioii willbeluuile
tothe l.icutimiul (ioveitior at Victoria to
ihuiige tbe name of the Laurie Lumber Com
jinny, Limited, to "St. Mnry'a Kiver Lumber
Coinpntiy, Limited."
llnteil ul Trunin'..,.k, H. C, Iiiin -tth duy of
July, num.
W. F.QURD,
10 Sjlicilor lor the Applicanta.
Notice
Notice Is hereliy given that I, JamesAlex-
auderCryderman, intend »it bin the time pre
icribed ly law toapply 1 f * the Chief Commis*
ahtnerol'Liitidannil Works oi the Provinco
of DrllUli Colunibiii for a liieuae tn prm-puct
lore al nnd pit rohum upon lhe lands hereinafter deseribed:
Commiticlngnt n pout maiked J. A.Cry.
lerman's Northwest Comer Poal; ihenee M0
chainsenuth, theuce ho itmina enat. theme
80 chains norlh, thence ho chaina weat to
punt ol i-oimiif-iicemeiil; Minute 15 mih-a from
pioiifhnf angeireika.lj rent toD.P. Knne'a
iiiii|heiiat corner.
J. A.CIIYItl'.llMAN, l.uenlor,
Fiiitm1.l!liiell.|i, I0Q.I, )|;
CHARLES P. CAMPBELL,
Undertaking And
Embalming:
Graduate of Champion college of   V. S
Office aud store, Aiken block,
near Canadian Bank of Com*
nierce, Cranbrook, B. C.
Upholslerlii *U Qeieral Faraltare Repalrlig
Will attend to any work in the district
Afeat lor the Brandos Marble ui Oreille
Works.   Tomfc*tonti, Headstones etc
C. Fitzgerald
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
If you want your hauling
done promptly and right, give
me a call.
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Pt. Steele Brewing Co.
TICKETS
TO AND I ROM ALL
POINTS EAST
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT   LINE
St. Paul, Ditluth, Minneapolis,
Chicago and points east
Tl|r||ii*[li l-ii|iit>enml Touils,giee-ipr*-
DlnitiK ni.il iiiiitiit Hmnkii-u Library (>r,
DAILV TRAINS,  FAST TIME:   S(RVIC|l
AND SCENERY UNEQUALLED
Far Iti-le-, .'iililiT. nnil Full -I-iforniB-li-n
call tin ut- uilili-i'ss,
H. T. LANDECK, Agent,
liateway.
A. B. C. PBNNISTON,
q.W. P. A., Sea«|e, Wash. THE   CBANBItOOK   III.HAI.l)
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Still Raging...
The opening: days ol our J
IS DAV CLOTHING SALE     *
have   proven   a   great  succes*;. {
Many :e;kers oi £easonable ap- _J
parel have taken advantage ol •»
our *
Greatly Rcliiccd Price; {
IN SUITS. We can still offer a {
nice assortment, the price per        »
Suit $5.00. and Upwards      ►
llluiisc Sale, Ladies        »
A great pile warm weather waisfs J
at HALF PRICE.    TOc lor 40c, {
$1.00 lor SOc, $1.20 lor eOc, etc. I
Also Ladies' Summer Skirts and £
Wash Costumes at remarkably I
bw prices. ►
-tt Ilu, ll.nil Iliil-       >.*c.lu, Wlnilons {
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Reid & Company       I
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%       Butter Bulletin        f
p Choice Dairy Butter, in tubs, 20c per pound. <$
S| Choice Dairy Butter, in I-pound bricks, 22;c pjr pound. *
"J Fresh Creamery Butter, In 14-lb boxes, 24c per pound. *
I Fresh Creamery Butter, in I-lb bricks, 25c per pound. _\
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Q. T. ROGERS,
Fancy and Staple Grocery Store,
Cranbrook, B. C.
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, 1 Cosmopolitan Hotel §
* Cranbrook, B. C. *
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J. R. Downes, Proprietor      |
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Firstclass House, Centrally Situated F
Commodious, Well Lighted Sample *,
Rooms $*
H
Blacksmiths'
Coal
J.D.McBRIDE
(let that Spring Suit
Leask & Henderson's I
The kihhIs will suil you
The cut will suit >mi
Thc makiiiR will suit yuu
The price « ill -.nil you
^Miwrffisisiiffiisffl
OSCAR DURAND
Manufacturer ul
Tents, Awnings and Mattresses
UphiihtteriiiK and General Repairing of l;urniliire
Leave Orders at Sage's Second-Hand Store
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Parlor Furnishings
We are unpacking a car
of fine furniture this week
and rt will be a pleasure
to show you through our
Handsome New Siore,
whether you wish to purchase or not.
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It will do you good to see
the goods anyway.
Nnv houso-  tor rent  mi   Biker     Don't forget Thu Herald  guess
hill.   Apply to II  Nesbitt. ling test,
Clinrles Ynnclel left  for  Wini.i-      Mr.Jordiinof Pincher Creek is
I |«-o' Moiuluy lo take in the fnir.       in town tot1.iv.
C. Estinere, of Fort Steele, wns     >l. Martin,  government   tiiiil»-r
ii Crnnbrook visitor Thiitscliiy.        inspector, is In town,
Miss Liunl hns returned to6nisli     Miss Green, ol Vietorin, is ii-ii
her visit with Crnnbrook relatives, ing her brother. Dr. Oreeu of ihis
I.  II  Hunter.of Pincher Creek, '">'■
was in town Fridny nnd Saturday.     Ifyouknownny news* teleph	
Hnroltl   Darling,
mn- np Sniitl.'iv  fo
if   Wardner,
i
When you visit Cranbrook stop at the
Q
Thc Macconnell
Furniture Co.,
Armstrong Ave.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked  Up About the City  by  Asking
nueslinns ol M.ny  People.
Straw linls nl ensl | rii- ■ nt
Lncey's,
.1. P. F.-.rr .'11, »f Moyie, wns in
town 'I'm sdtty,
(IihkI g.'iicrnl M-rv.int wimlril.
Apply to Mrs, T, W. Lcnsk.
C. E. Finch, of Mnr/sville, wns
in town uu busini-ss this week,
Mrs.-I. II. Tnylor nntl son Herbert visited nt Michel this week,
Itrunt Belongno, of R.-.1 Deer,
Albertn, ivns iii town this week,
A. W, Mi-Vitlii- visited his snr-
veying enmp Mow Wurdner Inst
week.
Friincis McConnell Ims gone to
Winnipeg In enter St. Boniface
school.
(iooils sold chenp nt Lncoy's this
week. Cull in nnd see the
bnrgnitis.
Mr. Wilion the Morrissey ilr..-^-
__.*, st. was n Ct'tiiibrook visitor
Wednesday,
Ki-iiiie wiinls tn piny n gnme of
footbull with Crnnbrook for the
Belittle cup.
Stop nl tin- Alexandra hotel
when in Morrissey  Mini's,     ll   is
III,' l.ii: hot   I.
Have you hnd yeur nnnie pul
nn ih.- voters lisi yetV If not,
don'l delay any longer.
Miss Williams. Miss Tniinhatisi-r
M. Williams an.l 1-'. I*'., Haines
i isiiril Wnsii en Sunday last.
Friil Mitchell, of Marysville,
nas in town nu Snturdny last nt-
tending the nniou convention,
Vou hair "iil.i uiilil August
fi.uiiiviilh i.i get ..n Iln- list.
Don'l nail uulil il is Im. lute,
House ami lol for sal.* smilh nf
Presbyterian church.   Apply
li  Kobsou.
W. T Reid l.'fi Tuesdaj for
Fernie and Blairmore. Mrs. I!i-i,l
.-in.l ilu- rliilil.'u will return with
hm.
II. Bowucss nln. has been con-
liunl in Ins bed li.i- th.- pnst week
with la iiiip|h* is now .-.lil.- I.. I..-
nrouud ngnin.
'Ihr big wedding cuke ul lh.*
Tcdlock-liougeoii wi-dding was the
work ..li'. ,V. Wils,.n. the bnker,
11 WUB an arlislh- i-ri-ntiiin mid
caused much fiiiiinibli- i-i.iiinii-nt.
1-'. -I. George, engineer on construction .a tin* I'rnivs Ni-sl
Soullii.|-n. hns bi'l-n ii|i|inili1i-d -ri-u-
I'l'al engineer of ilu- mines of the
I'r.iivs Nest dial I'liinpiiny.
There is entirely too inin'h reck.
less riding nn lhe llllllll street nf
this town. Smile ilny a wmiiun or
chilli will be injured nnd then,
wll.'ll il is tno late, it will be slop-
ped,
Business men should prepare
their ads Monday for insertion in
The Herald. This paper is pleased
to change your ads nny week but
they must be in Monday to  insiiiv
\ i-n
l> .1 I.
were I'r.iii
dav,
rami wife, of   Moj'i
ok lisilnrs lasl Sale
il n. Th- Herald oflic.
a card.
The lilieral  nominating ronven.
linn uill I,,-    |„.|,|   ,„.N|  WhIiiiwIbj
night.
"Ill the Goal Old Sunmier Time" you should not Ih-wi
$ a liottleol
€     Bealtie's Cream of Witch Ha/cl     |
k; Reninnibli- goal for relieving and healing sunburn   Splendid %
_\  l"i- removing tan uud l'r,-,-kl,*s.  Sooth,* ami relicv.-s -Kniito *L
% Im, -    bxcelleul for after shaving,     li softens nnd smooth, s tf
*« rough patches, moisten dry.  harsh Bpots: tiddi  hi restoring S
■#• the color to fuiled clicks and when nseil prop, rlv is v-rv l„-„. jfe
g ehcial in clearing iln* ski,, of pimples ami blnckliei-ds. ' I'ri,*,* %
J-; -' cents per bottle ul *T
*t Beattie's, Whcre !l |)avs'" _j_        '$'
m
•I Hutchison -i« ni -
..I' lasi week iu Mo
Fernie,
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Tim Farn-ll. nf Muyie. is iii  ih.   V A. I.. ricDermut \, •;  Bowness A
m] .hiys Si    Kugene   hospital   again    f,.,   *•> MeDERMOT   (EL   BOWNESS. A
»•)'  -""I  ""•""" f Wholesale   Wine    and    Spirit   Merchants <►
Mis- MiicUii
nf  Lethbridge'
Sihlll. IU--.-r
The Wittiest Brands
ol SCOTCH and
IHISI1    WHISKIES
Uu*  UrfCII and   A
11","" "'"""iH ■"-> '"V :'">'','■,';';, ;- '"""■ ■*a.:'.':,;.,,,   .«is.iu^i!^s   iaJr"'""'i
from a bus «. trii. over mrtionsl'i pl.'asnnl visil wiih Mrs. Inn -  £ !                                                       \tomn            v.
,l( , <l,.;,.,                                 ,,     i,    ,-                     4,   9 A complete stock ot Clears, consisting ol the            **>
of th.- iHntni-t.                                .i,,i„,   Hutchison   has sold  liiu ■ "Pharaoh," --LaPortuna," "Irving,"   -liar
George  C'limeron left   Mondny residence mul  (uniltun. to M. A   -^ rlster," "Monument," "Hilda" and <>tl..-is
for Montreal to attend ;. u ting Benle, who  will   take possession * Mall OrJers Promptly Attended to.                  Telephone 17 m\
of the O. R. C,                              the first of the nioiith,                    B Write lor Prices,                                  CRANBROOK, B. C. H
.    ,    1,,, \i,.   wi,*!,    11     1       ,1    *fi> Agents lor T. Lebel & Co., Hay and drain. T
Mr. ami Mr-   A.   I,.   MoDerniot 1    •«". ■S.-hiiinll. win. has la-eii lhe J! ' *J|
a..*,xp,-,-„..ll.. iviurn from   \Vii,.|gnestol'1,,-r sisler.   Mrs,   l-'nrlnn,..I **.*»*******9*************<*
leaves today with her sun Georgn|   — —
for their liiiiin- al Vinton, Mnn
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ni|M-ii lU'Xl wi'i-k
.I.e. Drewry \isitwl Mnrysvillo
♦%•) l£r*> •>**»♦•*»♦•
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md Kimberley lust week returning     H-  L. Stephens, of  Morrlssey    it r"-r-.r-\ * TV/DTT-.TtiTT'ir'
10 Movie Siuulnv. nnd Morrissey Mines, wns iii town    J J ^ I  K A WKKKrC I KS
IT,,,,.,!,,,,      ttn =,.„= fl.nl, I.I..  1, I'     tt ->4*-a-.w.
FOR PRESERVING ••
,,  ,      , ...        .    1        Ttu'silnv.    Hi' sitvh tlu'ir biu hotol
I, Liunl ivturni'u ii'utn SiKikiitit1 .    . :
,.    , ,. .ii,        1       a  ; in tnt'new luwu ih now own  mu
Uu'Itillrr pitrt ut   IiikI  wi't-k.     Hi*. . , , ,     . .    .
, ... »,      ,      ,        1  1   ., clolnffiiKOOtl busiiu'Hs.    11  1;	
li'M Mrs. blind tinirli lii'tU'r
•I. L, Byron, the well known mining mnn, litis rt'turnitl to look
tifter liis property un Perry Creok.
S. Colpmnn lins rented tlie A.
W. McVittie home and will move
his family in on tin1 Krst of thr
month.
George B. Watson nml \V. Van-
Arsdjili'ii of Fort Sti't'lc. were
shaking iifitnls with Craiilirook
friends Insl Sntnrday,
Tlm Mneconnell Furniture eom-
pany has a fine furniture display
since they have opened up their
Inst shipment of ^otxls.
Mrs. P. MuConnell received word
Inst week thnt a sister living in
Winnipeg wns seriously ill. She
left for that city Inst Friday.
Oscar Duraiid, the awning man,
received word yesterday Hint liis
brother Frank Durand, had died
in Chicago on the 12th, uf cancer
of the stomach.
Joseph Carson, formerly representing Cnuibrook lumber cum-
putties in the territories was in
town this week. He is now buying grain lor a Winnipeg firm,
Mr. Sp-irks. who is engaged in
the hotel InisitH'ss at Blairmore,
waa in town Mondny, He worked
in the Leitch mill when Cnuibrook
had only three or four buildings.
Rnymoud Chronicle: Mrs.
Rivera returned on Friday lust
from ;i pleasant visit with friends
in Lethbridge, Her two nephews
from Craubrook, H. C„ nccom-
luiuied her home nnd will spend a
few weeks in Raymond.
Miss Ktiniii. Robinson, of Char-
lolletown. 1'- K- I., is the guest of
her brother J, W. Robinson. She
visited another brother nt Calgnry,
nnd from Crnnbrook will continue
Iter journey on to the const.
Thomas Rooks, clerk nt the
Cranbrook hotel, left lasl Saturday for Winnipeg lu attend the
fair. Mi*. Hooks formerly lived in
Winnipeg and he expects to have
u u'iuhI lime with old friends.
Mrs. (1. II. Miner leaves next
Sal unlay for her former home iu
Ontario. She will lie jollied tlu-re
in two ur three weeks by Mr,
Miner, nnd from there they will go
11 I'i iiiouni California, where they
in iv mulie (heir home in the
future,
ofthe lurgcst hotels iii the district
ami finished iu modern style.
Ross Ta'e leaves next Mondny
for Toronto where he will tnke a
yeni's course in the science of
watch mukiug. Koss is a gootl
boy, u hustler after business, ami
since he enme here to nssisl Ills
father hns made a host of friends
who wish him well.
For a cooling drink these days
When old Sol   Ids power BWttys
Try ten,
There is nothing quite so  nice
As a glassful with some ice
As me
U.T. K.tea.
J. M. Hetlley formerly of the
Bank of Commerce in this city
but now with lhe Nelson branch,
stopped over iu Cranbrook a day
on Ids return from a Irip lo
Macleod. Mr, Hedtey has not
changed much during the past
two yenrs. nnd his tunny Crnnbrook
frteilds   Were  pleased   lu   see   him
again,
Tom Wellniaii came In from
Seattle last week for a few days
visil at home. He has shipped
his stable of racers to Chicago,
and ou Monday left for that city
by way of Winnipeg. Mr. Well.
iiuiii has been very successful ihis
season on the track, as liis horses
have taken down many purses.
He will remain in Chicago during
the racing Benson.
Rev. Fortune organized n Presbyterian eon^re^atioii at Creston
last Fridny und appointed three
managers, On Saturday ten were
baptised, twu adults and eight
children and uu Sunday, holy
saeremeiit wns administered, uud
three joined by confession and
oight others sal down. Mr.
Broodfoot. of Moyie, will have
churge of the services ut thnt
point.
Wonderful Strawberries.
Tf there is uny doubt in the
minds of any individual that Ihis
is the bniiiinu belt of the couniry.
thut cnn be easily disputed by
one jinnee nt the strawberries
brought to town Inst week b\ .tohu
Hamilton, ihut wore raised un Ids
ranch west of town. These berries
were monsters iu size, ai.d half a
do/on would till n regulnr ai'/.e Imx.
Mr, Hamilton has made a grenl
success of fruit Wising on his
much, and fullv demonstrated j&
tion. IS
This week strawberries will In- th.- U-st and ili.:ip.>i   for
preserving,   We have a big lol coming ever) day, ir. sh  [rum j
the vine.    Book your orders fur a crate ami u.i the U*st,    All ♦
kinds of berries ami fruitjfor enting and preserving   -in. - -a- *
son advances. ♦
King mercantile Co.
»*••••»*>•>••>♦•>•»•» IIMIIH tSj gf*-— ■ i ■ t 11 ■**•>■•> Httltt>>>tM
Not how big the suit is, «
but how well it is made! :
•
This is the question that people are mostly Interested in. and is «
the magnet that is drawing them to our sto.t-, to a liv; and n-.od- •
em tailor shop, it's the store that saves you  money.   It's where J
you get value for your dollars. .
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH, 1
Cranbrook Block Crar.trook, B. C.  ',
1 THE WENTWORTH       1
13      OPERA
m    HOUSE IN
il  CONNECTION
A MODERN   HOTEL «
IN A MODERN TOWN H
I
ROLLINS & DICKINSON,     1
Procristors. !___|
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Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
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Quests Comfort a Special!)      f *
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Good Stabling in Connection    * *
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Nearest to rail.oail anil depot.    Has .CCOmntoda.
tiuiis for Uie public unequalled in Crsubrooa,
llul and Cold Baths
JAMHS RYAN;;
 Proprietor       J',
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Tin. I'lnth.-r Luiiilii'i- compiiiiy Crimlirook Ib n gri'iil fruit
iH thi' nuilli' 11' ll new iir-.'niii/.iitiini I Hi- lins sm-i-iriliil in rnisinii evi'i-y-1m
thnt Is to opernt i limits lociiletl thing in this lino, nnd nlso in the
mi Perry mul St. Miirys river. The  wuy of vegetnbli-B.    It hns tnken ll
"-
II ROYAL HOTEL
None Better In the District
Rates Si and up.   Short Orders and Oysters
served in any style from 8 p. m. to 6 a. m.
The table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed ior cleanliness and comfort and the bar is supplied with the best brands
ol liquors aqd cigars.
H L. B. VANDECAR, Prop.
insertion.
A. S. 1*{i>l'i'iis<m, who  lun. boon
teller lit tlie   liuperinl  linnk  sine-
compuny will liuve n capital of
$80,000 to $30,000, mul will put in
its plant about eight or ten miles
from Crnnbrook.
W,   Cameron,   the   conductor,
expects to leave today for mi extend
ed visit to his old home (ji New
Brunswick, He will meet n
brother there who is in the stntis-
tlcnl department of tin* New York
Central nnd go home with him fur
it opened, lins been transferred to n visit.
Winnipeg.   He is sneceded by E. j R Dowm^ ()f ,,|(l Coamoi.o)_.
(S. Bennison, who comes here from t|u.hoH  h||g .,„„.,,„„,, m A.
tlie Calgnry brimcli,                      | yy m„VittU* house ..ind fumitnro.
Regular daily servico hi|» lieen Mrs. Downes and their two daugh-
I'sluliUslieil i.vef the Crows Nest ters  who  linve  been   attending
i Hi.iilliei-n lii-tween  Morrissey and school iu Paris, will  return  home
'Jennings,    Trains lenve tor the nlami   September  1st,  mid   Mr,
south (it 8 o'clock ll. in, anil arrive Downes wants to  have the  house
in Murrissi-y i|l 2 o'clock p. Ill,
ready fur them at llml lime.
lol of hard work nnd close attention
to business, nnd now Mr. Hamilton
is rendy to renp a rich reward, uiul
he deserves it.
-tl»ivi»
Markets
in all the
Principal
Towns in
British
•Pi
H Columbia.
d*di
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| P. Burns & Co
A Whi.li--.il- ind Kclall
*
| Meat Merchants
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A
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Fresh and Cured Meats Frtsh
Fish, Game and Poultry.
We supply only the best.    Your
trade is solicited.
sffiirarafflraMM.fflsaiasss.3B33
Sleek Quotations.
FuniiBl.ul by Benle, Hutchison
& Elwell. brokers, Crnnbrook ll. ('.
Nurlli Star  1414
Sullivan  n'.'.'
St. Engine  1811
I'ujin.  -'"
Wnr K.ikI*. Conaoliilated  1-".
I>ny Hull  1
American Ilny  H
llolroiula   -'"
.-imi. Neat Ci. .1 14110.0(1
St. lli.K-n,' VI. Mil.™  I"
Can. (Ml nn.l Cull Mine. 1.1,1  US
Albert*Cool nmlCulto         »'l"
l-'n.t (>4i44. Neat Conl,,         "•"•
eniiiiilliiii (lul.l Fi.l.le       -lli
Sides 8,300 North Stun i.iKiu
Sullivun; I..MU Sl. Kugene, .'illl
Payne,
ie!«i(Si®i«is,i,«:« ® e.sisisisisisjsis.iij *
4^t*j>l^l^ic-ii'lt.|'i.|'i'l*'i®*l*l'?i*il*v.4y|'l'l*'l'S>l'!>l®l*i'i
MINING STOCKS
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%, Then- ure only a very  few St.   Eugene. Sullivun  mul   North -®
®J, Stm* slimes uii the iii.irkel.     In u short time all these mines '.'^g
®- will lie at work und you will not benbleto secure these ..ii.cks *g
®r nt nny price, so now is tlie time t.i step in nnd mnke sure *r-
enn't Insi*. vun nuisi win.    Leave onlers with ,i—
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-JS,
®\ moiii-y
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You can't lose, yon must win.    1
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell,
Mining Brokers,        -       Cranbrook, P. C.
islmil  telegraphic ci.iiiiniiuic.ili.
Knsleru Slock l-'.xcliungc
i.!-.i®k-ii;->: ..'-.'iwi.IT®!.>"-..,-..- .'i®i®i®iwiwiwi(i)i®i®i®
iv illi lhe  -®
?® Till'.   OBANBBOOK   HERALD
icto
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liVAPORATED
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IM..,.l....»        ^r^%^V_^>
For Miners,
!i is  the  euro  cream  with  lhe
water taken out cf it by cvapbr-
Lumbermen or ii,io"  N'° a<s»> •Volhlns bu<
Household   I'.SC       Add ivclcr nml you have the
4-1      llllll     li.-lll'-.!      Of    4*14*. IMl    -  -
..-. produced by the milch cows ,*i Prince lulu-aril Island.
The most celebrated  Dnirj   District in Norlh America.
FIBE!
The ris'c. o: lire is greater th's time of the ye.r than at any other. See that you
are lo'.iy protected. We represent good and substantial companies and can offer
you extremely low rates.
PHONE 99
ARNOLD & ROBERTS,
CRANBROOK, 11. C
T-TT'RT-PIl   Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND DEPARTMENT
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
FORT SIEELE HEMS
MORRISSEY, B. C.
*:, The foot bridge is now completed over F: k
$ liver at riorrlssey and we are strictly in it
% again.   Sim can't keep a rustler down.
THE
AUSTRALIAN
Is still the "lilli" hotel
AUSTRALIAN   HOTEL,
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Morrissey, B. C,
II. L. STEPHENS, Proprietor.
..      ♦ ************* ******************^
ll It's Coming!       It's Coming! j§
A BEER tli.it will please all. It
is pure, healthful .ind delicious to
thc tasete.   Manufactured by the
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I WESTERN HOTEL...
MORRISSEY MINES, B. C.
New Hote', Newly Furnished, Best of Dining 11
Jf Room Service. A comfortable place to stop in the fr
ii   center of the town.
II
i l HIGH CLASS LIQUORS AND CIGARS
ii l\
{.,-*®-(jV-® >'•)- ®-®* &-®-®-@-GHS—reV®-®-®--®-SHi-H® -(i) -®-®-«--^l
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jBig Bargains inj
I   Hardware.   I
j Must close out at once I
. If you want anything in (lie hardware line |
j at your own price call and take advantage of this «
J closing out sale. J
The Q.H.MINER Store
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Cranbrook
Livery  3
GEARY & DOYLE
..I.I l--.-lu.iv-i con
I', ll   Mnrrla
I.O.O.F. Key Cily Lodx
Nn. 43. Mecisevcry Stan-
coy nlKlit iit llielr l.-.ll on
linker stn.' .    S'.ji iirln;
II)  I.I, 1.4-,I,
M. I», IHIII-IRS.
li -ge WiiI-m.ii.   .vim Ims  la-oil]
-v-oi-king ;|i th.'   I'ttiriiiigi iin.'
during iln-  |»ikI   .viiiler.  n'tiirmil
l,.M,-.-l,- 'I'lllll-Iiii.
l-'n.i.k I..-.-I.-.-.-ci lown from
[Vri-j     .-..-.-I,    Tliiirsduy.      Mr.
I lerc will go lo  Morrissey iiii.I
linn- clinrgc of ih.- I'ousli-iirtioii of
III.' ■■,,!,-llillu-lii   I...'I.I 4.1 llllll   |llll.....
TIh-i.- i> ii giviil riwli r.ir citizen-
ship [iiiiii r.- nn.l il i** likt'ly hi .-..!.-
Iiuiii' tlironghuitl tlu- inoiilh, -imi*
thos.. ul>.. .1.. nol gel thi.ir liunl
|iii|,,'rs li\    Aiignsl   1 Illi .*.in  nol
voir   nl    il ing    I'li'i'tioii.
•Vlllollg ill.* .*i|.|.lii*anl> -V.1.4-. i-
IMIIS llllul-ly ]l|*l*llollliuuli*
l-'iglning inofii[uitiw ulii.-li hy
tlm iv.-iy nr*.  iil.-iitifiil llii*. si'iiaoii
is llisCUlll-imiliy llllsilll'SS. Ill.l'ul'll-
illg    In    III.-    l-lllll-lll-l-H    ill"Ii|i    III"
Ivoolciiiiy rivt'i*. Fiii-mci'surc iiuiin-
imoiis in Buying Hint Ilu*. liuve
iiotic'il ii l.ii,' nddilioii to thi'
llllllUIll Mllllll>i'l' nf   iniisi|llili.s. im.I
loi-nl lishi.i-iui.il Buy llml tl..' li.si
in ns lnul ns owr.
A. ll. I'Vnivieli was up fi'i.m his
riiiii-h mi llii- Kui.ii'iinv i-ivi'i-Tlntrs-
ilny,    Mr   l*'.*uw-i.-|-   recently  |«ir-
■•luiBcd    thr   [lllllliil     Icsidel'lCC   nil
Rocky iMouiitniii nveiino, whii'li
wll| l«. n-iiovtit.il tliroiigliout, nml
II Illl'gC kltl'lloll   lllllll.I  III   iln-   piv-
si'iil stni.'iui'.'. Mi-. liVrnvli'li .-imi
his fiimily uill iii.ivi- in li mn ..li, .111
S,.|,|.*iiil»-i- Isl.
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
IT. in.lil- lli.vi' l.i'.i'l.'r
Su  s|ili'H.lii|   BlrillgS   of   tl'OHl
nn. lieing .-iiiiulu iii Moyi.' l.-ikr.
Tin* ivnii'i- in Mmii' InU.- la now
sufficiently win-in for liutliiiig nntl
ninny ui'.' Inking ndviiiilnge of it.
1". .1. MeMiilion nml D..I, Elinor
i-i-tiii'iii-il this ivi-i-k frmn Kjioknuo,
Btttlt'. mul other nortliwi'sl I'itii'S.
'J'ltey     lvpurl    |ii-itsp.-i-iiiis   linns.
peciully in Hull.'. In Hull.'
Ihey inel Hill Unlltip, l)i.*k Powers,
l-'i-,-,l Pierce llllll severnl oilier
Moyie boys.
Peter I.uiii.t wus ijttiteseriously
lnul ul Willi's SIIW mill mi   Piilniel*
Bill' yestei'ilnv.    Hi- .'i I i	
tin-. uVliiy.il passenger in iln* nfler-
iiiiuii. uml will lie luiil up I'm- sev-
.-nil ilnys.
Mrs. M, .1. II..I-],.-.- returned
Mondny from Ihu Cninlii-uok lu.s-
pitul. when, slm ivns seriously ill
for severnl weeks nntl where slu-
lllldertvenl ii il.-iiiLci-riins onci-nllon,
Mrs. IIni'i cr snys slu- owes her
lil'.- I.. Ilie skillful 11-,-iiliiiimi ul' Dr.
Killl.'.   ,'Ulll   Sill'   Wish,':,    |l||-44l|n||     |,|||.
lil'llllel* In lliniik lii.lli   Ilu-  doctor
uml Ilu- sisters nl liiispllnl rurtheir
kiiuliu'ss tu Imr during I.,-r* stny
there.
Will iiuiuii Their Voles,
Phoenix Pioneer:  A iimiilier of
pei'suiis in ihis riding un- interest-
ul   in   Ilm i-tinl  nml  nil  Itn-ulit.ns
r nlly iiiuile iii   l-lnsl   Kooleiiny.
4.11 ilu* I'l.i.'inl two Mocks of Inml
ror which lli.' C  P. It. Ims I n
iiuikinu Blicli n sciiHiiliomil light.
Tlu-se nmii. i-onserviitive nn.l
llliornl nlike, now snj Ihey will
1 ,iin.-li tlu-ir v.ili-s iiiiiI  ensl   lliein
UL-uillSl    illl*    McBl'llle   nuVi-niltli'llt
iiomiuee if Hn- ilesircil licenses lire
m.i issueil shorlly, Wlicther lliis
is n Iiinil' or nol rciiiiiiiis tu In
Been, A few voles iniu'lil turn tli,
r.'sull eitlu-r wuy, in i-nsc ofn closi
election,
Letter uf Appreciation.
M till- li u\  Ilm   l-'i-nnk   sli.l.*
I'.iii.luclor Pettel ivns in-nr the
iniim with liis Irniii. When iln
villi..) wns nil.,I with rock, his
I.ml,,*    W.   Lowes uutl  A. (J.
l'lllll|lll'll.> Wlllk.il in ins- ill Ilm
.lllll  I'lUllI  Of llllWII  In Hug   III.*    11.'Sl
I I tliiin.    Their liriivet-)  litis
been recowiiiuil I.i ilm .-..iiipmiy
mill Iheir .'ippivi-i.-iiinii uf Mr.
Pettet's lliuimiill'ubmss i, cvi.
llellceil I.v Ilm 1'i.ll.nviiin li'll.'i':
Ciilirnry, Aim.. .Inly I"), liiu.'l.
II.   K.   Pillel,    lis.p   L'ouiluclor,
Oi-iinbrouk.
Dcill'   Sir:    Ilu   In-linlf   of   tlm
mtiutinetiieiit I wish lu express to
ii.u    limit*   uppiviuliun    uf   yuu
|couiluct ou the inoruitiu uf April
A   GRAND  OPPORTUNITY
The Herald is (mini*   frizes   [or   Ihi-
Closest liuess .in lhe Vole jn
This District.
Tlm ITenilil is ilesinnis ol Beeur
i   siilis.-iipliuns  un.l
Tu.lu this   il i-
n   inilnce nl   in
. nml Ihese pii/.i
BRICK
We have a stock of
Proprietors -■* *.* ** iCommon Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Teams nn<1 timers furnished for any
piint in tin- ilislrit*',
HARRY FAIRFIELD
Alnn/igcr   a  v4   ji
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in thc brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
IJUtli Inst ilnrtiiu th*' Knuik bIu!
wln-ivliy No, HI wus ttn^gt-tl in tii
f;ii*i* nf grcill ilitlii-ully. imil lis n
work of ;i|i|in'riiitiuii your Kiipi-i*-
iuti>ii|->'iil hus hepn iiistnii-ti'd tn
pul tlinnmli vuiichi'i* in your favor
fui* 82-"i whjrli ytin will rrccivc in
ilm*I'l'tirst', Viiui'--i Truly.
K. R, .l.-iiuji-Miii.
An Eye Specialist.
Dr. .Ii.nlaii uf Vancouver, thc
well known Canadian eye syeciuliat
iirrivitl in luwu Tuesday uutl for a
week will make liis hemlqunrters
;il \V, I*'. Tntr's jewelry store. The
tlui-iui* will he -pleasei] tu meet
tliuse who uro exiierieiteiiit; any
ti'utilile witli their eyes, nml liis
presence here _will he a h.iuii tn
tin* people uf Orfliilnppk.
WhiU* l.aundr) Needed,
Cranbrook hns arrived af the
siiiLie when a lirst elnss steam
laundry operated liy white men
should pay, The absence ul' sueh
.-in institution hns compelled the
people here tn patruni/e the
Chinese, hi|l The Herald is uf the
pinjuii thnt fi while laundry pro*
perjy inanjiged wnuM he n paying
proposition I'i Crnnbrook, This
tuwn has sttllieleiil population ami
ii is nf tlie elnss that would patronize a while laundry in preference tn lhe   Mongolian joints.
The |lt'l*ald    WOUld    like   tu   see   it
tried, lu say the least.
Dr. Jordan.
Any one having trouble with
their eyes should take advantage
of Dr. Jordan's presence iu Cranbrook this week. His reputation
a*- nu optician is well established,
both in Canada ami the United
Slates, fi is nut often thnt people
living in a tuwn the Bize of Cranbrook will have nn opportunity tn
consult with a specialist of his
standing, ami mi person cnn afford
tu take chances wiih their eyes.
He can be sen nt YV. L<\ Tate's
jewelry store fur u week, Call nnd
linve ;i tnlk with him while you cnn,
A Pretty Windiw.
Have you   sen   thai   window al
the    Kurt   Steele   Mercantile   colli-
puny store? It is decorated wiih
tin* dishes thai comprise The
Herald prize set, and is (heartistic
wurk of Sam Morrow, whn has
charge uf the china department.
A grent tunny people have stopped
to admire the dishes, nml severnl
have called iu the store and asked
if it was uti the sipiai'e lhat The
Herald wus giving away such a
prize, ami when assured ilm! such
w. s lhe case, snid that they nanted
In he ill nil   ll.
N'o\V   is   lhe    Iill
Kl'.MIp.ir year.
In   Sill.
ini: arrears
new suhseril
wilting to niter an   in
lhe way uf prizes, am
are   tu he giveu In those wlm uii
•tllli'SS   the   closest    tu   the    \n|e    ii
Smith Kasl Kuntenav this fall, Tt
enter the contest il will In- neees
sary fur ynu to he a paid up sub
scriber to the Herald, If you are;
iu arrears, and pay up to date, you
can register a guess, If yuu are
not a subscriber aud wish tu l»-
one of those who will have a chance
to secure one uf the prizes, ull you
linve   tu   do is   lo become   a   sub-
scriber. pay the cash and make
your guess,
The first prize is S'JU set of
dishes consisting of nintyseven
pieces. This is a line set and can
he seen nt the Port Steele Mercantile company's store. Those ladies
living in Craubrook should call nt
the store and see thedishes. That
will not cost you anylhing.
The second prize is a $15 camera
aud can lie seen at R, K. Belittles
drug store, A camera is always
handy, especially when you gel
one fur nothing.
The third prize is two years
subscription to The Herald.
The-t-'-yuipuign is on, The lead
bonus ''is granted. The lumber
husinese is increasing. Kvery-
thing will be booming and The
Herald will print.the news. Vou
should rend The Herald, nml if
yuu rend it. yuu should (my fur it.
Now is your uppii'tunity.
Th.* Cnnudum Pacific Railway company control a l-argw men of the
choicest farming and ranching lauds in the Elk, Kootenay. Columbitt
and Slocan valleys iu the Kootenay district ami in lhe Kettle river uud
(Ikauagau valley; jn i'„- Boundary district. A luru'e majority of these
lands nre ivmlilv accessible by railway,
TERMS OF PAYMENT
Tin- n.i'i, -nl,- niiiuillil ..1 prin.ip.il .in.l inl.*l*.-sl. IMHVUI ill Ihe WISP
nf Inmls li i' Uii.nU p.i uere, is iliviihil  inl.. ten IiistiilmeiitB us shmri.
1.1   III.- lllllll   lieloM . Ill' lirst  In I,,- |..ml ul  tin- linn- ..[ puivluiM-. ilu* bid.
oii.l one yeur limn .Inle nl nurchiise, the llilr.1 two yenrs, nn.l so on,
The tollowiiiK Inlile shows ilm iiiiioinil ot ilm iinmuil iiiiliilnii-iiti ail
I in I ui-ri's ni iiiiii n ni piii.-i. nuilli' ilm nl ,4'., i-iinilitionsi
Hiiiim. ul sj,:,ii|„ in,. Ui iuslnl ul s 51I.UI, II ii-iuil inslul'lsot I "i.Ml.1
HI0iic.nl   !l,IH)|ieriii. It insliiln      7l.tH),!lci*iml inslul'ls ul    IIO.OU
KIUiic.nl   il.nl) per nc. Isl iiiBliihueiil     KI.IKI, II ci-iuil inslul'ls ot    70.00
U10iie.nl   l.uiip.
Ifl0iic.nl   l.'.ii|4,i
HID nc. nl   .'i.iinpi-i
I,.,ml- milliTl
Isl iiisliilmeul     II5.K3. II n-iuil inslul'ls ot    HO.OO
Isl iuslnl ul   107.K5, IIiiiimi instui'lBof    '.KI.IHI
. Isl iiislnlmi
'' nieii'ii
nl inslul'ls ot   100.00.
..I.I mi shorter til
DISCOUNT FOR CASH
11 Inml is I... 1.1 I'm' in lull ut Ilm li I' pin.-linsi-. |l ivilui'linll troill
the price will lie nllow.il eqttiil to ten  per cent on thu I mil |mlil In
excess ot the usitiil cush  insluliimnl.    luteresl  nl  si\ per i-.-ut will la*
I'lini-n-i-il mi ovenlui instill nis.
TOWN   LOTS
The coiniimiy is ulso inton-stiil in ilu tollowiiiK lownsitesi Elko,
Crimlirook, luml'ierlv, .U.liiil....*. ICitcheuer, l-'n-aton, Proctor, Nelson,
lleiTin-il. Leinouton, CiiBth-Kiir, Ciisciule I'ilv. (ii-nn.l Forks, Kholt,
(iiveinvniKl. Mitlwny, Nukusp, A in ml uml. llevelstoke, Donulil nml
l\uiiilni.ps. Terms ul' pnyinont nru one-tliinl cash nnil iln- hiiliin.-e in
six nml twelve mouths, with interest,
l*'m* further piirticnlnrs npplv In the following locnl n«4'iits:
\V. M. l-'iusi. Cnt.'ivnv. Motitnuii     *l. A. McCiillniii, llniiul Forks.B.C.
R. 1!. Bruce, Wilmer, I'.. 0. ll. A. Keiulell, Eholt, ti. C.
V. Myile Bnker, t'nuilii'nuk. I!. ('.    A. Ferttusbn, (iri-enimuil. H. C.
•I. T. Bun-iss. Kitchener, B. ('.       ,1. U. Silil.nl,]. Revelstoke, B. C.
E. Mnllnnilniim. .Ir.. t'lvslmi, 11. ('. ThoiiillB Al.riel. Nukusp. B. l*.
li. K. Siu,*k.i'. CiiBciule, B. ('. I*' .1. Pulton, Kninloops, B. C.
!•'. ('. Elliot, Trout Ukel'iiy. B.C.
Or to ALEX. TAYLOR, District Land Agent al Nelson, B. C.
Or J. S. DENNIS, Land Commissioner for Britisli Columbia,
al Calgary, Alberta.
The Men Who Did ll,
Nelson Trillium: While uut tie.
uyiny ilue pmii.i- l.» Heimlor Turn,
pleinnii nnil W A.llnllilmr. M. I'.,
till' lli'lpinji secure ll lllenslire ot liiil
I'm* ilm silver-leiiil inliiliig lutlitstry
III' tliis    pl'UVilll'C.     lllllt     llll-IIHlll-C 111'
niil would  iiiii   hnve  heen si-curi'il
Iin.I nut ii il.-lr-.iliui    1 ii  kept ul
Ollnwii for mouths. Two mciulicrs
i.l' lli.il ileliiditiou i-l'.lin I,, lii'tnl-
lick of KiibIo nml Louis 1'i'nil uf
Simiii,ii i Iiml iu work Intelligently
uml pi-l-sislenlly l.isi-i-uri- whnl wus
llllllll.,- sc-IIMl.'
ktlalluik's Ki-iv.ii.1.
Tlm lllii-i-uls nf Klislo liuve
lioniiliille I ..Inlin I.. IM ill.-u-k uf
llml cily us their ciiiidi.hile fur tlm
lu.its*. Mis iiomiiitition ni-niiseil
inimeiise i-iilliiisinsiu. as the people
nf llml ilisti-ii-t feel llml tin- lend
Iiniius is lii-i-nilv iluc lu his efforts
nl Ollnwii,
For Sale.
Uu i.i'l.i': 12 mi les from Gnl ul iruok;
il2(l imi'i's:-10 ncres under cultivn-
tion: house mul rmmlii- lmildings,
inipli'itmnts. i-ti-.i nhout 7.", ncres
well linilienilj $2,000 cubIi,
Five-mom cottnge, two lots; two
blocks I'luin I', 1'. H. Btntion.
Apply ul Townsite Office,
Scl uf Dinner Dishes I'reeJ
.SuliBcriliers tn The Tlernld hnve
mi uppiiriunily P. s. cure n S2II set
nf dishes free, Rend the ml. on
iiliolher pngc of this issue mul Im
governed iiccoiillngly,
For Sale.
Dlslrnhle   residence  un   Bnker
Hill, furnnee  nml   wuter  conveu-
i.-iii-i-s. Apply inli. W.Vntuiore. 7
TO THE MILL OWNERS OE B.C.
If ina an- la Iroabli- with .our enftinc in
any way or iuur boiler I. k-akinn or nceda
ivashlnn send for mc. I have a lore- pump
.ad fall net ot tools for diiin*. nil kinds of en*
nine and bailer refiairii.*- aad .-leaning r ij-h, al
your mill.   Call or send a cord lo
J.P PATT0N, Machinist, Cranhrook, li. C.
-@-®-@~®- S>-®-®-Si-®-®-<B-<!)-(i
Harriage     1
Yes, nnd the CTTT BAK- J
EKY is the plnce logel n nice I
wedding cuke mid ortintni-uts t
in the latest style, Why semi <J-
yonr unler mil nf tuwn und ci;
pi'i'luips hnve the [celug l.i'i'k* A
en liy shipping. Prices right.
I'hone S. Opposite .11. li. Church
C. W. WILSON,
J)-®-®-® S-^-Si-S-ij; ®-®-a-*3
..#»**•> ********************
*> 5
»  —      -      -    - »
j Eagle Cafe
>
Qeorue I'aquin, Prop, I
1 Morrissey Mines, B. C,
i
The best restaurant in '{
South East Kootenay. >
When   you   visit   the S
town be sure and try it '*,
**************************
POWER PLANTS
STEAM WAT 1.11 and liASDI.INI:
ALSO UENERAL
Mill Machinery
Write
J. L. NEILSON & CO.
WINNIPEG, MAN.
UNDER    NEW    riANAfiEriENT
HOTEL
PHAIR
NELSON, B.C.
B. Tompkins, Manager.
Tlm Lending Hotel i f th'- Koot-
eiinys. (lootl Sn.ni 1.- Rooiiib
S[ inl Hull's In Cumuli rciid Men
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is locited on the St. Eugene Mountain.
It has the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought .it 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good slock low
and sell on the rise.
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell
Cranbrook Agents.
Robinson=McKetizie Lumber Co., Eld.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds OI
Rough and Dressed Lumber
O9G99(J0G90QO999O9B0QQ99iMl
M. McINNIS,
9
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Dealer in
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
Poultry, Fish and Oysters in Season. 1
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE I
911 %
BBG9Q999B^B99QBBQ9BmmS&m
Q. P. TISDALE,
Proprietor of tlio
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
rnirleaaeonipletcBlock of
Candies, Fruits, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
Tl bUl COS.                liiu* as a call
I? ♦♦♦♦•-*-*
1 Vroom & Dezall
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing and
General Jobbing....
Outside Order. Promptly
Attended I..
... ,,,,.... ._M.».*JL*..-.J*-*Jfcfca*ifl

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