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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
volume: 7.
IRAN BROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY.   JAN.
190.-..
KUMBBB   40
The Canadian Bank of Commerce     j
Head Office. Toronto. J
Hon. Quo, A. Cm. l'reniileut. B, li. Warn, Hen- M.n.  .
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Deposits Received,   (iencral Hanking Itiisincss Transacted
s.viMis mm Kii'.HHiiNi   Daaaalta iiuiiti  lucre, iiloweit.
I'Ki-SI'NI-RATB OP INTBKBST I'llKlil: PERCENT
I'. A SKIN,. UV   MIII.    I,,,, Miaavl .i.l,.
«.i» u| town iii'i,,i„ii. m',,.,\ verv i„,i'iili„„. l'i
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F, G MAI.PAS, Minagir.
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IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
t Capital, Paid Up            $i.(MK),uuo
J Rest                           $iuuu,uuo                 t
t HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO.             |
9 T. R. Merrill, Pres.   D. R. Wilki.-, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager J
1   |
J CkANIJtVOOK IUMNCI1 S
! SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT-^Kits10*80 1
J A general banking business transacted.     Dralts sold avails- J
* ble in every part at Canada, United Stales and Europe.    Special *
S attention to collections. J. I-'. M. PINKHAM, Manager.     *
% Mists tit. .i.fi»,.)»..»»,»»i..»i.m.»».k
Thoroughly
Reliable
iii.rsT watch.   It'an hummer, sixteen size, thin model   iu    ......    metal.    15
jeweled, niekle movement
witli uoi).magnetic H„u,„'t
hairspring, gold hands,
fancy ilini. l'i...I be tM-at
:,i the price. Shall we
5,',„l you one? (Itiiinin-
t"i',l I.y un fur one year tuul
mi.il"! for ten years went'.
Wilson,   The   Jeweler
III
mo I
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ll
$1,500.00
.. nn
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II
nn
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with
nh | will purchase 6 roomed house on | j||j
|| 1 Baker Hill, fitted with bathroom, j gg
nn j electric light and every modern I nn
nnk        i \ hh
gg | convenience. 8 mn
nn & 8 nn
nn ;; FOR RENT, on Armstrong 1 g®
jgjj | ave., ground floor store or oltice. | $jg
jgEi | '    For parllcuUrs apply to 11
II  BEALE &-ELWELL H
nn J; Baker Street, Cranbrook. | SS
ffisb|t)K)^ Kr ^iiffl^iC 5SSPS* '!
PORT ARTHUR FALLS
THE JAPS AT last FORCE Till:
III ssiws TO CEASE THEIR
\ \l.uvr   DEFENSE   AND
UA-KE    1 ncondithin
Al. Si RKENDER
The Inevitable hu come al lasl
Port Ai iluu lus fallen, Uml Salui
(Jay night tha ucwii arrived ili.u ilu-
.i.t|is luii t.iiiii ihe imiirs-. and ilu-
Russians lu.l inatle an unconditional
a miii     llii- condition ni   ih.- de
rerun   was deplorable  Tlio antliiuiif
Hull   was   goillt,   lh<-   li..-ii   tt<-n-  sl.u i
Ing uml itir wounded were fruwling
in tin- streets Becking Fin aotne place
nl safe.)    Tin- Binge woi Um area!
DVt    id  liislmy,      ihf   Ins-,  .,|  inr  .,ii
hoth Hides appalling) and ilu- victor)
is agrcat one, Tho Japaneao Lrcated
ihf ..iin.-is m ih,- Biirrcnilcml garrl
sou with every consideration, ami
ilif men with every kindness. Natu
rally ihf Japanese are lilghh elalrd
over Hit- victory, while Russians are
greallj depressed.
HOCKEY.
the
Last Friday evening
hookey enthusiasts nl tins town
fm nnil themselves mlu a chili styled
Junior Hockey clllh .iml si'lfi-lt'ii linn
reprettcntttllve learn as toi lows; S,
Munis, captain: T. Gallon, secretary-
treasurer; W. Greer, A. Henderson,
llanilltuii, MePeak ami P. Small. .1.
Motherwell, ul Dm Bank of Com-
merco was asked lo lake the position
<>f Ice captain ami eoaeh R. S, Uarun
was appointed manager For ihf team
It was decided lo Iry in arrange
luiiiii' ami return matches witli the
lur or Intermediate learns ol Fernie, Wan more, plneher Ureek ami
Mnclcad. ^he .Imilors ai once gol
busy ami *ssntil a challenge lo anj
team ul local players fur a Friendly
same un the Ico helow Hie school
fur Monday Inst, Tin- challenge was
mpuh accepted by Mr. Motherwell uu hfhalf of the local banketh
Arrangements were made ami du.lg
-is Freely dislrllmteil ami on Manila)
h.f.iif llm tiiatfh a tandem was drlv
along Un> si nils nl ilm lo.vn
bearing an advertisement pastel
eating attention ta tin- match. .'In
hoys had worked hard and had ih,
iif in good condition, considering Hi,
weather condition ami ihf heiv.
snow .if Hu- Sunday before At 11
'cluck mi Monday the iwn teams
ned up wiih ilu- following players
Juuiors-K. Small. S. Murris,
Hamilton, T. Oallon, MuPeake, W
Greer. Henderson.
Bautars-Mcssrs. Piiikhant, fttoth-
well,     Deunlsou,     Dixon,   Denuetl
iiiumi   uii,|   Mt	
Mr, t'eell Prcsl acted as referee.
A Very Fair crowd was presenl and
us usual ilu- Crnnbrook hnys got
their support,
The Bankers pul tip a very hard ..ml
fast game the lirst half but could ml
through tlm back lines ol their young
opponents, hut often cariieil lite pack
dangerously neat ihf .Juniors gual
Yomig MePeak savnl the goal euch
time ami all earrlnl themselves as
coolly as veterans.
Tommy Gallon comes in for well
ti.sen-ed applause, ilrlhb.lng the puck
down ilm iiv and passing to Hamilton right in Front of tlio Bankers'
gtiftit, Hamilton says Ihere1 was
nothing else lot him In do hut pul il
rljchl Inrougli. A ven few minutes
afhi this Kntl.H Small ami Tom ny
Gallon brouglit oil a nice piece 11
■.nnl,in.ui,,u work which resullwl in
Ponimy being able to setttl ilm pucV
where It belonged.
Ai hall time Hie .Innlors were seen
,\nl, cheats expanded two full Inohei
ing    was lu'ld by th.
tbe second  half  Ml    i
repted   a [u-s hy  the
.wilted   tlm   Bankers
I'lh- game here became lasl uml .'ut
..ns ' Thr   Juniors   during tlie last
juarler put ilu- Bankets mi their defense in good style, hul lho score ic-
■itai'tnl unaltered, Juniors two, Bank
The Soys all played well hul need
more combination in their work and
less Individual play. However, ihey
gol down to Hi,-ii work hotter iu '>his
respeel in the Insi quni ler. Foi
ih,' Hankers Motherwell played a
d Bpeetly gantc, bringing:     if
MARRIflb.
On Tuesday, Deymber 37!h, a
very pretty weddbtg was boIcuiu-
i/.fi ai iin- residence\)1 Mr. Thomas
Furreat, wbeu his dkugbler, Deborah, olid Valentin* Bbsb were united
in thu hot) bunds ol iiuliimuny, lit-.
w. ii. u   Fortune olociating
At twelve o'clock, to ilm siraiii.i if
ilu- wedding manb, nu- bride eater-
til tht- parlor, leaning on her taibci b
aim.   ami   mulct   it   wedding   hi-ll   gar-
ianded wnh tmtm the happy couple
plighted ibeii Faith ana trusl tu
each other,
Tho bride, dressed m a going away
gowu ol brown ladles' eloth, was
Biipportcd by Iai  sister  Mabel, while
G ge Maiiahan did ihe h ts i.u
the groom.
Titf presents were numerous nisi
ly .in.I list-fid, testlFying to Hn- h
teem in wlmli tlu- yuuiig pfupli* , if
held.
Amid athnwers ol uv the bapp)
collide lefl [oi Mfh> hie llal ihat
au< ino ,ii, where ,',nv will mase
l heli     l    Tin-   gcoom     is   one
ol Iiii- must popular ,.) ih,- young
condticiors oil Ihe L'row. Tito l!,-i
aid extemls ns congratulations,
A very putty wedding look place
in in iin- Method Is l church. L'ratt-
brook, on Wednesday, December 28,
at 1:30 n. in., when Miss Evelyn Evans, oi oiiiiiiu-f, Out., was united in
marriage lu Dr. C J Reid, ut Kd-
monion,  Alta.   Hev. S   .1. Thompson
puii.i ,1 the ceremony and Mrs. W.
T. Ki-id played ver) boaullFutly Uu-
wedding march.
Tito bride, who was given away b)
lur hro|lni-iii-law, Mr. V. K. Kcltl,
carried a bouquet of while carnations
ami iiihr roses, and was attired m
white crepe de chefle.with chlflon
irimmings over while InlTeta.
Tht' ttitendauls were Miss Taunts
Reid, in hint- silk voilo wil-h silk em-
broldcrcd drop yoke, and little Helen
Reid in wlilto aecorilion plated chiffon over while silk, aud they carried
liountiets oi pink carna'Mons and white
liui'rissus.
The groom was supported by Mr,
Flunk G. White.
The couple were married under a
beautiful while hell, which was stis-
pin.li-d from an arch entwined with
Canadian hoth, sinIlax ami chrysanthemums, The arrangement of the
palms and lite vast* of i-liiysanilii-
minus was art ist it- in tlif extreme.
After the ceremony Hie bridal party, wiih tlu* guests, were driven to
ih,' home or Mr. V. K. Held, wliei'C
an elaborate luncheon was served
iin- dining loom was Festooned with
white ribbon From Hn- chandeliers,
which Illuminated Ihe room, and tin
lahles  were     decorated   wiih  white
Tin
hatip) v
tram   to
mike tlu
uple ii-ri mi tlm
eastern points
i  Future home i
after-
anil
i Ed-
\* the Maiist  Saturday December 2-IUi b\ llie Hev. G ' W Fnr-
(uiif, M A . John Edward Han to
ElEctn Birch, both of Moyie.
The llftald wislK'S lln- happv .uti-
plo a lout liie ami all kinds oi prosperity
THE    PLANTING   OF   THE   OR
\\(ii: TREE  IN CRANBROOK
(Contiiluilfd)
Mi. Uolit-it Brechin, provincial
^ianil organizer of ilm Loyal Orange Association, arrived in Cranhrook dining the alli-inoon of
Thursday, December 3l>th, ami was
met at the railway station bv his
Orattge brother, Rev. s, J, Thomp-
son, who extended to him Ihal warm
and friendly greeting which many
visitors have said is truly characteristic ul lln- town of Cram
Crnnbrook,
Thai evening Hie organizer mcl
with the (Tiinbiook leaders ol the
Orange organisation movement iu
tin* Labor hall und organized Ihe
"Cranhrook Loyal Orange Lodge."
The ollieers eleel are:
Pro. Tims. Boyler, W. M.
Bro. W. J. Collins, 1). M.
Bro. S. J. Thompson, chaplain.
Bro. .1. Stcrrlit, R. ami F. S,
Pro. Jos. Wallace, Trens.
Bro. S. Joyce, D. of O.
Bro, 1). Alt'nii, Led.
Bro, Win. Walsh, First Com.
Bro, Jos, Wallace, Second Com.
Bro.  Rniii    Bookhout,  Third  Cmn
Pro. Joslah Stlrrclt, Fourth Com
IMPERIAL BANK BUYS
IT HAS SECURED THE POSTOF
PICE BUILDING AND TEMPLETON WILL MOVE TO A
NEW  STORE  BEING
Hi il.T BY R E.
BEATTIE.
a hit; deal, was eoiisummatnl  ihis
week by which tlm Imperial hank bc
fines     Ihe  puMollite r ei   ,,f   f(    L
Heal lit- ami will take possession as
sown as u new store but tiling (hiii is
being constructed fm \h itinplfloii
nisi easi ni Maiming a MlddomV cm
lift is ready. This will mean thai
Mr Tfuiplfh.u will move his Block
ami thai Mi. Heatlm will move Hie
pnsiofiii-f io ihe new location as soon
as possible ilu- new btiihllug will li,
one stm v, mixa5 Feel with a (Iftecu-
Fool ceiling, and a plate uluss hunt,
it will lu- read) hv March lirst.
PERRY CREEK PLACER,
The first credit lot the New Year
iu the line ol placer mining activity
must gn tu ilm account of tht* Me
Leod syndicate, operating mi Valley
Creek, near Perry Creek, under the
local management uf James Henne-
bt'iy.
Tlie shaft on this excellent placer
proposition having been sunk us far
as hand appliances would permit of
with the water it became necessary
lo Install steam machinery fur the
Further prosecution uf ihe work. Tho
mcmWers o( the syndlcata having
made uu examination of the property
and the result of Mm developments
decided that things looked sufficiently wrll to warrant a Further ex-
pendituie of money. Accordingly a
euioptt'te sleam plant is now ordered
(rum the Allis-Chulmcis company ami
will be at once plui-ed mi the ground.
It will consist of steam pump for
both compartments of ihe shah,
s-ti-am hoist, and the various other
articles ol equipment necessary lor
the extensive operation of lhc prop
im ly.
Owing tu the waul, of a suitable
wagon mad direct In ihe mine Horn
Did Town, ii will he necessary tu
bring in ihe machinery via thelly-
draulie company's ground. It will be
taken over Ihe aerial tram to the
road at the south side of Perry
Creek ami Irom this point the distance will Ih- quite short tu the
place of installment.
0. R. C. ELECTION.
M   n   reiMilnr  meelinL'  of   Elk   River
Division, Older Railway Conductors,
held m December 20th, the following
officers wen* elected For the ensuing
year:
' J. R. McNahb. C, C.
T. A. Cory, S. & T.
J. a. Geitesl, A. c. c.
F. AldrU'h, S. C.
D. J. Sneers, J. C.
R. A. McBiirnev, 1. S.
Thus.  Caveii, O, S.
J. R. McNaWi, delegate tn Grand
Division lo he In-ld in I'm Hand, Ore,
iu Mav next.
Some Times
wo n n
usual!
VV
TATE,
;ilili> to   bIioW   It   an.
inlrri'Mliiii' lim- o(
Clocks
.iml this la mu' ol' tlf ocufuflunB.
('l.ifks nl' ovory atylii nn- in   tliia
collection nml ovorj    is   rmilly
tiiiiiilt.iiiiii-    All un- iicriirnln tiiiif
ki'i|i*-t'!i nntl it-ally I'M-idli'iit  vtiliH'.
JEWF.l.ER   ^""^PTIoTaN
ADDITIONAL   LOCAL.
T.M. Roberts visited Fernie lliis
week.
Dave Newell, id Fori Steele is iu
town  today.
Leroy Sage is still very sick and
unable' lo gel  mil,
M. Phillips, of Tobacco Plains, was
iu lown last Friday.
K. L. T. Galhrailh was a Cranhrook visitor last week.
George Beat lie is laid up in llie
hospital with a had eoid.
Mrs. S. J. Might on has gone lo
Toronto to visit old friends.
Mrs. Hull, nl Calgsrv, is the guesl
of her sister, Mrs C, M. Edwards.
George Coblcy, of Frank, was the
gltesl i.f C. E. Reid over Sunday.
Mrs . L. 11. VaiiDecar Is expeeieii
home fioui California iu about ten
days.
Miss Dunlop, of Macleod, was visiting Craiibrook friends several days
ihis week.
Miss Arrowsmlih is at the post office delivery window in place oF Miss
Hudson.
W.    E.   Towers _is helping in  the
FINK BROS.
(Successors to 1-i.rt Steele Mercantile Co., Limited)
A CHANCE TO
MAKE MONEY
A.s is usual, all large stores have quite a quantity
of goods left over after Christmas. This is the
state of affairs at our place. We have some nice
Ties, Braces, Initial Handkerchiefs, etc, which we
are going to clean up at handsome prices for the
buyer. We also have a large quantity of winter
goods that are being sold at very close prices. Call
and see them.
FINK BROS.
Mr. Young, Formerly with the bar
ber shop in the lleiald block, is pow
with W. Cline iii tlie Manitoba hotel.
Mrs. K II. Small entertained a few
friends last Monday evening foi liei
sister, Miss Welliuuii, who expects to
return soon lo her home in Winnipeg.
Casio Chad wick was registered at
Ihe CruitlHook hole! one day this
week. This paper is not Informed
whether sin- paid Mi. Rookes Iter bill
or uut.
R. A. Gtills, of Morrissey spent
Christmas' in town with his brother,
Miss lloilsoii, of ihe post office, has
gone lo Calgary foi u visit of u week
or ten ten flays.
J. (i. Ciiminings. of Fernie, was a
Cranhrook visitor last  Monday.
The public schools opened again
last Tuesday ami the children are
hard at work again.
"Jack" Harris, of Harris Bros.,
left last, week for a visit to the leading chies of Uie Slates ami theme lo
his old home in England. He will be
gone about two months,
Charles  Est mere left  last  T
A Suggestion
. iiliiini Watch Inspector, (-'n,"s Vst Pica Divii
C. P. K.
I tin-, , i<i a-
itlltll   lllill nnr nl   till' lima,   |,„,'l, rl,,,.,
era In this Inwn.     I'l,,' Haiibors .... I
1.,',1'IIMIII    ll,    H> Ml I    ||1,     till'    IIMl    llllll   'll
tlir  Uaiaa  tint   tut   till'   Inst   lmil   tin'.'
l-urn«1 Iiiiii Inns,, nml then "Iloniiy'1
,'i'it.iiiilv tiiaili' llilngB hunt.
I tut In,, ihe game n crtlltvHnn .v.ts
taken tip Among Hie onlookers lo ,t-
sist in M'lallmr. tin' Juniors I,, 1'Yr-
t.li', Mni'li'iHl. I'lia-lar mnl lllnii ninn-
t„ fry Hieii  mi'llle "„ tl,,' .Itmlorn anil
llil.'ltlntll.lll'     tilltns   ill   tlinsi'   li'Mlm
'I'h,' lum.-i uie it lia-l.i  Inl .nut an- In
..nt.itir.   ninl    inarl-iclng     Itanl .mil
sh.i'ilil Ki.<- i, i'iii.iI an- I "I ihi'i-i
-ii'lvrs   villi   n liiile rn.ii'lii,,.; Irom
Motherwell
A     llialili      i-i    li.'iiii-   all.ilaa-.l   I,,,
Iwern th.' -li s nml n I I Iwn,
Im    S.itn,,1.,,'      IIPSI      I.i  i ilni'iiri
nl ilm 'cloi'k |,   ,„    AdoIIkt  nil-
1,','tl.in     will   Hien In' in."la I",  Hn
same   olijeel    ,„„l il  k In he h„|,i'.l
I.  L'tiuil  iilli'li.liiltr,'  will  In'  'i I     -llm,
Hint  Hi lookers bring llinl  i|tiiir
let Ii. help II.,' In','-
Lovers nf go.i,l slmlltm sliiiulil ie
nam lie. Hint it is In these .lllllllll'!
they owe Hie Iml "I llieli liavlni
any skating this wlnlei ns it is Hu
hnvs win, have kept llle ice ,'li'„r nl
snow and have often wntkii! on it
live anil six lllgllln it wifl. with
hiuslii'.';   ami scrapers.   Sn let than
Bro! rare.1 Hall, Kill t C  . ";lffl ; ,„ ^'tJ^Z.iW I- lor   to coasl to |„.pa,e for h.s Irlp
I'riililirm.k I,. I). I,, will  meet In  the     *'","." . "".'.'■*        U"M"" n„r.tli,  wh,,',' he will  take up timber
l.ahnr   lmil   on   Ihe first nml third     ",',,,.,„       aloiigthe    line nl  .he (lra.,,1 Trunk
.stiSWe want the ladies of Cranbrook
and surrounding towns to drop in, or drop
us a post card and give us their names, for !r^!i",^.s" ' *"la Rlvcn
which they will receive by mail coupons|    ,.nsi:~;.;. 0N ,,„,
good for one piece of the celebrated Stan-jta^*^i^i^««^j
ley & Co.'s imported (iranitewear, "The ,or ,l,°"rn,cct""'nM"?I,0mes in
Wear That Wears."  Do not procrastinate.
J. D. McBRIDE
pr
Hint locality, II is said that aside
frum tlie merchants living on the hill
there has not been over iweiilv-llve
dollars contributed by the people of
ihat locality For fire prolectlM. Il
will cost about three hitmlro and fifty
dollars to llx un this house reel ami
hose mi the hill and the department
will run short of money unless Ihey
get, some aid, and it should be Forthcoming.
Thursday   of each   month, at eight
'clock p. m.
Although tho organizer left on
Monday of this week to visit, the
Pernio L. 0. L., yet be will he pres
eni with his Cranhrook brethren
tltls evening, and again fully exemplify Ihe lirst lour degrees of the
I.oval Orange association.
Many candidates are expected lo
apply (ur admission Into Ihe order
tltls evening, and others will ask for
advancement, as ihf value of the organ I xei \s pieseuce is fully It-fug-
iti/ed.
The Founders of the Cranhrook Loyal Orange Lodge are determined lo
admit nunc hul good men into till1
orgnniziitlon. and hv Die coming
Iwelflh of July prove in their fid
low townsmen that Orangelsm is .
power iu Ihe land.
INSTALLATION OE OEFFCERH
The minimi Installation uf oftlcon
,.f Cranbrook Lodge No   li, a. P. &
A.       M ,   look   place   in   the   Mas c
Temple on the 37th December, being
the Festival of Si. John Tlm following ollieers were Installed for Ihe
ensuing year:
Thomas Stark, ff. M,
M. A. Beale, S. W.
Edward Elwell, J. ff,
W   P. Tate, Treasurer.
Eil. J. Patterson, Secretary.
Tims. Ward man, s. D.
J. ff. Orlffeii, J. D.
James (iill, Inner (iuarit.
R   S. McNeil, Tyler.
Al Ihe dose of the Installation exercises an handsome silver tea sel.
was presented to Worshipful Brother
J. D. McBrldo is giving away
granite ware. The ladies should reail
his ad. this week.
Charles (laskll, r.f the Kimberlcj
Manufacturing company, was in town
several days this week.
Mrs. Taiinhauscr of Port Steele
spent the past' week in town ihe
gttesl of her two daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Pownall, of Fl-tii
Lakes were visiting Mrs. C. M. Ed
wards several days last week,
Monday was observed as New Year
by the business iiilerests of Ihe town
ami alt Ihe places were closed in
consequence.
Prank Foley has taken charge nl
Ihe O K. barber shop, where he will
he pleased to meet llmse ittisliiti' any
thing in his line.
Miss Daisy Moffat lefl last Tttesdaj
for her Former home at Pembroke,
Out., where she will visit (nr some
months to come.
The   committee ol the c.  P     ti
Ouu.li illc liuh desires to thank Geo
MoL-xaith. Dili & Co., Maccoiinell A'
Gillis, O. E. Reid & Co. and ff. K
Tale for articles for decorating Ihe
hall nu the occasion nf the Annual
hall uf the elnh held last week.
The past two weeks have shown
that Cranhrook is the center for the
people of this district when it conies
to celebrating the holidays. They
came from Fernie to Kootenay Land-
iiitt, to spend the vacation in ('ran
brook.
Cranbrook parlies who have visited Winnipeg within the past mouth
av that they saw George Miner, who
alongt..-
I'acilic.   A   buinluT ol  Cranbrookn
interested with him.
Sidney (Iiimm.nnl returned today
from atrip t<» Calgary*, where he
went to spend tin* holidays, lie is
sniftering with blood poison in one ol
his hands,
T. K. South; s.i well and Favorably km.wn in connection with the "
K. bother simp, has gone lo    Frank
lloilfiies'    shop     across     the   street.
where he would like to meet Ins old
Claude Vionm, loinifttv principal
uf the Cranbrook schools, spent the
holidays with friends in this town
Ho'in to Mr. ami Mrs. Charles
Parker, ' a dniighier, on Wednesday,
January  Ith, ht'i.v
Word was received here Iftltl nl«hl
that the C. Pi R. station at Coleman had hecii broken Into while the
agenl was al suppei ami everything
sigh I taken. Detect Ive Baron
1   |o  Coleinan on  an eitta  when
TEUPLBTON*S LETTER To THE
INDIA Iin \L l'i HI.1C.
Esteemed Friend-
Read the character ol a pharmacy
In the record of Its prescription department. All that a Btore is or
does or aimii lo do finds expression
there. The accurate compounding of
prescriptions Irom drugs of known
out ity is the first and U-si mission
of pharmacist.
The issues ol life or death often
depend on the potency and reliahility
of the remedies the physician preset ibes, and this matter has b*re the
attention it deserves. Tbe writer
gives his personal attention to the
prescs^itlon department, and sees to
ii that nothing is lacking to insure
the highest possible service.
This stoic has lung enjoyed the
confidence ol physicians and is entitled to yours.
"Youi doctor may dislike to t*dl you
where to take u prescription, becaiis*
lot Intentions may be misconstrued,
but we know he will be satisfied it
you  bring it  here.   We have all    the
new and rar
preparations cai
have proved to
leliee. Your pn
pounded by one
Irilg:
and in standard
nly those which
he ol unusual excel-
crlptfon will be com-
ho has had   years
.iiu-il
The
pity
gave
W. P. Guid as    a token nf esteem | is' in the general brokerage husine
from the members of the lodge,  .he! in that city, aud that he is doing   a
occasion being his recent   marriage, j big   business   with    profits  ranging
An elegant lunch was served    ind | from   live hundred    In one thousand
the balance of Ihe evening was spent1 dollars per ninn Ml.   Mr. Miner always
In    the    singing of songs, telling of, was a rustler and if there is money  	
stoiies   and   appropriate   remarks   ly   to be made in lliebusiucss ho Will not'good position Willi a luge In in   ami*
number ol the members present. overtook any ol it. that >ie Is doing well.
Calgary Cattle company took
,i, the bachelors this year and
mt a caul of needles, attached
    neal calendar,   thai  will save
many a poor devil alone in his shack
The Rill   will  he well
cry housewife
The Imperial bank sen! out a very
neat Christinas and New Year's card
this veal containing a statement 0
ihe bank ami a calendar. If we had
their resl fufni wc would rest a g<
part of the nexl cat
use their atliacth
the days.
Friends In Cranbrook have recclv
eil cards announcing the marriage of
Miss llaiiev and S. A. Olancey at
Winnipeg on Tuesday of lust week
Mr. and Mis (!. 11 Miner were tile
witnesses  al   lhc  marriage.   Mr. ML
lersavs thai  Mr   Clanccy bus a ver
eeeived bv c\
the land as   well.
.     I
tidal  year, 'and
card to mark   of
if experience supplemented by thot-
mgh technical training, li you bring
oui prescriptions hero you may feei
mre aboui them They will do just
nth.tt the doftoi expects them to do.
Although we give yon Ideal service
and the lineal possible drugs, our
prices uie nevel above those paid
elsewhere
Veiy trutj yours,
" J. a TEMPLETON,
FORGOTTEN STOMACHS.
11 v..ui stomach is all light yuu are
unconscious that you have one. That
is the kind ol digestion you ought to
have all the time, if your food distresses you, if it sours or ferments,
it you have heartburn, waterbrash,
palpitation of the heart ur any other signs of faulty digestion, try a
package ol our GIBSON'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS.
This is a modern remedy tor stomach troubles. The Tablets aid directly in the digestion ot fitod and in addition strengthen and iitcrease tho
activity of the digestive organs. You
get immediate results and you get
permanent results. We guarantee
this remedv. If it fails-
YOi:    GET YOUR   MONEY BACK.
TEMPLETON'S
Big Drug anil Book Store
k Tin: riiwi'.icooK.  ukiiai.o
CRANBROOK  HERALD
/LL~±t**-*~*\
Ftlitor and Proprietor.
Tin- Herald i. worth $10 „ year. I, coats
only |3. Ni. ninn in Mouth blast Kootway
.-nn afford tn I..- «,,,»'„, ii. nn.l averyuue
livluguatalUeol 111. district, who UluteWBteO
in tin- program of thla «,v,i,,n. altuuhl v-ii.l i,
It publlal,™ it, «« while ItUuawa.   I, i»
contrulled nli.,,Inl,I.v In Hi- publisher. No
.-thine. |„,r,v..ri,.il,v,,l„nl  ili.-lul.'o „ pulley.
It .1.,,,', try i.. plane Hn' I i'l'-    It " ■I'-*"
llto publlal. n UBVvipi.portl.ul iv,111,.-,, erodl.
to the community, Send in your aubacrlp-
t,,nitiii,l ninl ynu ..ill ti<- tlmnkful ever alter.
ivnr.l.
Adverttafng intra $1 per Inch,alugln eol-
ulna, per in<>,,,li. in, ninn- ini'l im lew.
It.-.nliiiK matter  !."> eeuta nor lltuttol	
udverthwrii I" >U, per Una to regular ad-
V.rilr.-f,- DtllinUW t'u^tlr ,i\,-a,-,,,, pel tunnel, l,.».-!> h,n.
|t. »lre,o rend. ,1..-  IS I.
Il.i.t K,.,.,..,,a,  ,,,ii  .1 ndver  I'll.'
Hernld
'I'll.. ,,,.,.,, Iin. i. la.hia- j..I. plant, nml
n. ivurk in ul III,, 1--I      llm  II 1,1 it,,n'l
wanteliiirlty. It wiitit. „ si,uaro dial un
your Jul, work, II ,v>. can't nil, you „, quit.
It) nn.l price, kick ami -,-..,! yunr work lu
HI.tll.- , ,..-.-. |. .... ,11, la,II.,- Ill III,-all..   lllll.  IIC
or upend, i, i, iii I rnnhroolt.
lalll llllll M. Mill's
{ OBSERVATIONS   J
1IY TIIK 1.1.II MAN *
M.TICK.
.In.v
&M
\11Y TIIK
iiitjiiiiiibdiiiiotj
Keep   Hint li'.-ailuliull.
Let , very olMion iii.il,,' a resolution
tu work fur Cranbrook uud Sou Ll.
Kast Kootenay tin- coiiilug year, and
tlion .aland hy ihu resolution.
"Jl.,n't Knock!" is a good resolution for Lho coming yoar,
Tlio Herald is heller prepared to
give tlie news uf tho district Uu,
coining year than uver hefore iu ils
existence. And ,1. i.s as well that
such is the cast, fur there will be
iiiiiiu news In publish lite next
twelve mouths about Cranbrook and
the district than ever before.
Nn ...an in tltii; pall til tlu, district
should start in thu new year without subscribing for the Herald.
'fills is llie (line of year when every loan si,ould see what lie :au 'in
about paying what In, owes. II yuu
cannot pay all, pay whal, ynu cau,
One hundred dollars started in the
rounds of paying dohts in a town the
also nl Uranbronk would settle iluum-
a.uls <>l dollars uf obligations iu a
week's tin,,:, and much nl it might he
hack Into the hands ul the original
owners. If you have got money in
your pocltt-L and owe a titan, that
money does nut belong lo you, it belongs Lo Llie other fellow.
Tho Kootenay Central will make
business better in South l\a:;L Kootenay the co.uiu,; year, ami it will
surely lie built,
One good tiling tut' lite liusineiiii
men nl Cranhrook to do the coming
year is to stand Logotlicr, That
method will make more money for
each one.
Tlie Hernld fools thankful fur lite
many kind words about the Annual
edition. II is lil Ue tilings like that,
llial. go a long wny lu mnko the lilt'
,,I Uu, nowspnper i.... n more pleasant.
The. people ol l.'eriiie nre Indulglne,
in a lii'ile nf Ihu old "llli.e Laws" ..I
Connecticut. Under Ihe nt.iiliili
iu llinl, town Die man win, sells a
drink of whisky, n I.ml of bread or a
pound ol beef is liable In go In lite
penitentiary fur liie. A Inl, of those
people should go In Ilia Blalo ,,l Kansas where the affairs uf Ihe c Ity
ate   in   Ilia   la,la]-,  ol   long hailed   men
tuul short-haired women, The nlmus
phere would no dmilil prove congenial.
There is every show nf n lint rler-
linn 'in-  I'Vl'liic.   Who  iis   to  lie   the
next    mayor   is the nil ahsorblng
quesllnli.
Cenrge Cnileihiiin mado a speclac-
„l„r canvass Im- llie mayoralty in
Toronto, It must have cost him a
hunch of money, Iml today lie is Hip
brat ndvorU«c,l man iu thai  town.
Down in Onlarln tills wlnlor lite
people nro iml, trmiblpil with the
cold. The election is so win in llml
lite cold waves sl.iiul im slim, wh.il
ever.
Tn Ontario n review ,.! Ihe pnlilie.i
past   slunvs   Hut    there huve been llii
Liberals unseated f,,r reason;! uf ,-.„•
rnpllnn, iiiui -in Conservatives Inr
Ihe same cause, Tlinl. makes the
question uf corruption in that province a two silled one. [I lines mil.
look well for either party In claim a
monopoly nf electoral purity in tl,,'
face ,,f surJi a statement.
tHsnmMP
There were ., Im ... people getlin,
lead) lu s,ve.ll nil nil Hie (list I.u
as Ihal. was Sunday Uu) unit,in
swear, and bad in commence all .v.-
Monday, so thai the day ol absolul
prohibition d„l nol .„,,.>■ until Tin-
day. II) that linn, mosl ol lhe.i
were in good shape lu „„ik.- strong
resolutions, whether they will seep
llieli. or ,..»,..
Uut .call, the best way tn swear
nil is iiiii |o wail until New Yea,'.,
just start iii any old day. Tlie ,,•■
sells will prove just as satisfactory.
Rev. Thompson lias bought a lyuc
write,     and   llle  huvs  uii   the   I la,-ill
Who In,,,' struggled with Ins mn
I up. im im- posl two years . ,1
agree tlm, .he ,„•» yeai has brought
s,.„„ guiid things i„ liie Now
){c,s. I-',,, linn- nml lleni-h.,,,, « ill I«-1
low the example thus set there ...II
lie linn,' chance tn net the lie, lid
boys ,.. th,inb.
Really ihe pracliro ul Ihrowing
rice every timo ., newly married con
pie Inke trail. In le,,.e "'Wl, Is In In
deplured.      The,,'   nre  e gll  cut,.,,
i.tssiue,   si,„„,inns   witiinut    having
tuts telle nl li.„l,.,ris„, IWlVell. Wl,)
,-.,,„„,I in-npli- call,,', aiul say a lull'
,„,,l pleasant larcwoll without oiuun
Reili.B   eyes, ears „,„l lace by swll
volleys  „l this southern iirutluc	
Ue know  tltiit in tints advocating
reform in liils matter „,- will lia,
the mind   mil  ul  ull   the  1,1 ules     l„„l
u,minis ul Cranbrook. us well us
potent spectators and tlie purlers „l
the I'ullinalis.
We heard nf one man win, said ili.tt
lln, Iloruid Annual wus im good. II,
happened in in* overlooked su tat im
his picture was concerned,
That muck parliament nl Crnti
seems lu he a success ns a monkery
II was burn, it breathed ami il died
I'eaee iu its ashes.
There ate a lul nf young men w'u
might    will, prnlii     resolve   to .1.
more reading ami less loading during
the coming vein, providing they kept
their resolution,   Nu matt call lose I y
reading if In- rends the righl kind
matter,    It   will broaden  the mind
nnd place tiny Imllvldua) iu a pus,I
lo gel more money lu llie position
holds, im matter whal thai pnsl I
tuny be.   Read    ami learn, rend and
learn.   II. Is always a  winning baud
at any Bingo uf lite game.
Chicago eliurelus are combining in
dustriai branches with the Hplrtlual
'teachings. Some crank hns arisen i<
say that, this is wrong, and ye,
t'iuist, wns n carpenter. 11- strikes
ns llial. these churches ale ,l„i„K ,
lot fur the suuls ,,f ihe people who,
lliev tench I la-la the way to tale
care nf their bodies hy ending a li,
in,;.
Speaking "f ilnii.-lu-s,  The  Herald
bus adopted a new plan tut lln- c
im;   year.     Hereallei    lor   llie  nexl
Hvelv ulillis   Ihe  Hernld  Will milk
nu charges whatcvci fur anything i
Uie wny nf a church notice, Irom a
advertise ul- lor a church supper I
a iintiee ,,1 baptism. We propose I
make gospel news and gospe] notice
absolutely tree Iran, tills dale. 'Ihi
includes church notices, guild notice.
Ladies Aid notices, choir null,,!
preachers' announcements, in fact the
whole "thing. There nmy he snine objection hut we don't believe it.
We have had a Int. uf people after
ns lite pnsl lew davs Im the payment ,,f money, and it is kecpies na
rustling I el llie demand. Wc will
il„ tiinii! rustling llie next. lew daj
We can't pay our debts unless tho.
wlm owe „s do lite same. This is If
right lime of year tu settle all
around,
Notice- ,» torch,   „i>''" Ihal
nil-, ,l«t.-l .„>•'.>, ,....|.|.,),..,lic,l.."l,"„,  I 	
, 1 ■■ it   -.... I u 'urkalu, i,,-iii,ir-i-,i,   Synopsis ut Hi mnlmiKii. fur dispell ,,i ",n-
.      , r-l,,,-.   .,..- ...line me. .1. -crit»*.l I..I..I i cnl. ,,', llnnilniiui Lands tn Manitoba,
ntiu i ;,iait, ll.i iu lun. iu ile-diilrl.', uf Soinl, I th: Noiltn.es, Territories and the Yukuo
KoelK ....... I Terrllor,.
iiuiii.ii'um ill a post  I'l'itilci near 'h'" 	
cbll.^ortb"ol^BriSToluS !.,;;;;.1- rwugoj,^^^.^'"^
Buutlimi Hallway, market] **a k r..n »• mi„,. t|,,„, .. uc«» can in* arq ilr«J i>v hub hi
miiit-r" thenrt m.iiih i'ii:lii> chains, thorn* lilvtilutuur ouiiiuuiv. hoyuay at Uw rate of
,llt.i ti.ii> L-haius, tbvucttuurlh Bighty i-liui
llieiav «ffl t-'llv iliHUin  lo    I'l'"''   "(   ,"1"   j    \}\'mu. "|Vi-..iVs..TVi-|ii,'.'ii /par
i,„-.„ .ni.-i.t i-untaiul»K »2U at-rw inoreor Iww . and [nlm -t--^ wiopmim^uWuiii fi
litih-.l ni Cruhbrauk
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing and
Qeneral Jobbing....
Ilulalde Order. Promptly
Alluded lo.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
null tn--
A   K   I'l'i'l'
I'
I- "in ,    mi,„. in n.r < ci ili-ni,
t, I',uil-.,iiiil""l     ].„■ ,. ,,-...1 !-. Un
Dissolution Notic.:.
Cranl L- B.C., I',- nl""- l'i- '""I
Tnkc inline   .tun lln- eni Whip hereto-
luiecli.lu.K .*.«  Il'.l    *    M "'"""
iui.1 t'li.nu,. .  ..u> „.l„.,,„„'i' ' "|;
,1 ' III.'   lum   nu  "
K i, ,'.,,„t ,.'■ I",.i'"'» ilnduy n.s
aulve.1,., nitiiu.il ...I...-II,-
'l'li„>ii. 111.1*111 In I * be curried on l',v
Humid Itotorl A Mn" " '  •I"1'"   v
,!,|l„  „   IU I"  "I   M..".■,.,.""   *
,a.Iai
h,i.
The annual harvest edition issued
hy lhc Winnipeg Free Press is a paper idled witli   valuable Information.
The local legislature will meet on
the fil.lt nf February, There will be
applications from tint. Jess than eight
or nine railway corporations for ,ts-
sistiince, and litis will prove a hard
nut fur lhc nlcDiide government lo
crack.
Lowest Rates    Best Time
EAST
'IT ilt< l\Tl i. Ml l.N'TItEAI,. XEW
ViHtK. MARITIME  PROVINCES, MOW l'.N'(II.AN'l)
WEST
VANCOUVER VICTORIA, SEATTLE, CALIFORNIA POINTS
UNEQUALLED PASSENGER
SERVICE
St.'imliird nml Tourist SlreprrB,
Conches, Dining Curs
TOURIST SLEEPER
SERVICE
WEST Leaves Revelstoke Mon-
.Iny. Wetlnesttay, Thursday
iiiui Siituriliiy for Seattle
ami Vancouver,
EAST Leave Duiimorc Junction
for Toronto, Wednesday unit
Saturday; for Montreal,
Monday tuul Friday; for
Boston, Fridny.
Atlantic Steamship Agency
Through Bunkil.gs to mul fro,,, (treat
Britain and the Continent
For ratey, folders and ticket!  apply to
local agents, or to
0. Hilller, Agent, Crsnbrook.
,J, S. CARTER, K. J.COYI.K
'    D.i'.A., NelBOn   A.G.P.A. Vancouver
, l„< laid |><><< „.-,-.l„|.. aud
,)u,-.,ii,l partuanldp uiua, la, ,.'.,->
Dated un. ,-',," 'In, ", I '"''  l'"'1
ill  A Maee.il n
rtiioic.l.
V, , nun.
I^WItMH, I-   W   I'n '' :'h
I.ami Notice.
S ,l,v ihi.vs iili.'i .Intel' i" ill,,' 1,.1,'nth.n  t>
apply In the lldel .' aan-uer ul l.iin.l.
andWorkiln, Iioaeihefollowlnf, '.Ih
nl I,nal. In South I.n"' iMi-a-na,
,,,ii,u,. L- poll |<l' Inillii'iiuril
,„.| ,,,,,„ I ,,l II, T,  Arnulll'. |ii-.-.lii|.l,..n
tl -,--Ji. i-l.ni ii-.l,l)iiiiietlii-li"iii'.".iiili
llictn-e  ju ihillna  »,«,. tlw   Ul ehaltil
 I, iilai,K II,'!', Arnold'! line I" inn 'I
.'..,iii„.-,..'.'ine„l..
I,, lrlepteniborBd.il., A, I. IWM
i!7.|li II i, lark
Land Notice.
Take nolleo llinl .lily dn.vs niter date I
inl.-.al lo apply In ,l,e Chlel ..'.unlniari •
all.mala uml Worka lor pennl.alon ,„ pur.
i-liiwn >l„. lollonlltg d.srrlln.,1 I null I'-aia-
lllllB nl , in- nnl, In-ns, ". rln-ruf l,nl   ItlOJl  .,
I KuuI .v     dn.tii.-t.    It a. ll'    30
nlialiii; it" un' „cs, hi, elinliia; Ihettcu aoittl.
ailcliiiii,.. il eenu, SUelliillia In |.'i  ..t
iiegllllilug, i-uiiiniiiiiK IHl'lleril,
Uatidtlctoburlllat, HUM,
IIS lit J.K- II Laidlaw
Notice.
Xitlicis her.l,y given that u„ days nficr
dale I Intend lb npply lo Ua, Chief Comin.a
» mini ul l.ioals uml Worka lor pcrmiadou to
liliriiliil.P till! liillillVl,1(1 ,,,-..,I,.-.I  limit,  i, -ur
floatfcll su,,,un, iu the District uf South
Karl K nny!
I'.imnii'iii-iiia ni ii purl plunlcd lollioaouth
nlll.C.S Iiiiil Rillkuy, nliolll    nnl.
cast ofUoatlell Stan,a,. nn,l Joining il t.i
imntnlm-.vultli,, A.K. f'uiilaiin hind, marked
-(', ,1. 1'. N. W." 'Her, llieui'CH ll -'iklil.v
,-linllis,  ,1,,-,,1-p  ensl   Inrly  i-linllm    ,.......
mull, righto ilinlns. I hence I,,-., forty ekaltt,
lu pla.-...., , uniint'iui-iiii-ui, ii'iitiiuiinc.  .Ijn
-i us in,,u- ui less.
Dated al Ooatlcll Sla,; iVovemher 17th,
ltuil.
t'. A. Paulsen
16-01 |n-r I'. A. I'uiilsii,,. Agiml
I. Wll NOTICE,
Noliee is hereby Riien Ihat sivtv
day, all,', dale I ll.le.nl In apply In
the chlel commissioner nf lands anil
wu.ks In. permission in purchase Hu
following described lands siiuni.nl In
East Kootenay district; Coinmeiic
nm, nt tin- southwest corner ul lul
in.',::, Croup I, Kast Kooreaa; ills
t.lict, thence wesl at chains, thence
s,nitli mi chains, more or less, lu tin
ma in boundary ul Int. M5I, litem,
east 1<> chains, ninn- ur less, lu tin
northeast corner ol Inl 5351, thence
following-the Elk river up stream in it
northeasterly direcLlon twenty ehniti-
mure     ul'    lens,   Iii   Ilu- pl.lec ut  colli
tlielii'l'lllent-
JOHN SHACKLETON.
Elko, n. I'., Ilec. Illh, IiiiiI.
NOTICE Tl) CREDITORS.
In the matter ,,l the estaln uf Tupper
ltleakney, tut,- ol tlie lown ul Wardner, in llie ITuviurc uf British t'nl
iiinhia, de-eased intestate.
NOTICE is hereby given pursunnl
to tlie "Trustees uml Executocs Act."
that all creditors ami others having
claims against tlie esluile of the said
Tupper llleiikney wlm diiil al Km I
Steele, II. .'., on ur about llm lltli
day ul September, A. I), nun, a,e
rei|iii,i-il, iiii ui beiure llm Ist, day uf
c'l'htuary, Unit, tu send bj posl prepaid nr deliver lu tho undersigned
solicitors fm tlie administrator ul
Lhc estate nf llie said deceased al
Vancouver, It. ('., tlieir christian
ins and surnames, adti'sses and descriptions, Ihe full particulars nl
Iheir claims, the stutemelils uf their
accounts uml the nature ul the seem
Ities, i, any, held hy lhem
AMI I'TUTIIKIt TAKE NOTICE
that alter such last men Honed date
tlie administrator will proceed tn distribute Hie assets nf the said deccoK
ed among the parties unfilled thereto
having regard only tn tlie claims of
which he shall have llieli had notice
ol, and thnt lie will nut he liable for
the said ussels, ur any pari llielenl
tu any person or persons ol whoso
claims nut ti e shnil nut have been received by hi,„ nl the time uf such
distribution,
Dated nl   Vancouvor, ll.   ('.,   this
31st (lay ul lleeltll,,',,   IIIUI.
'I UPPER  A   (ll(ll''e'lN,
Sollcllors  lot       the      lluiiui.ilile    Sir
Charles lllbborl   Tupper, K   ('.  ,1
(!., Ailniiiiisirtiinr nl II .Into   ol
the said decease.! Inlestatn,
Cranbrook
Livery S
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors
Teams and drivers furnished for any
point in the district.
A. DOVI.E, Manager.
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tlu fiu'fii iii>- ViiknnTiirrltory   sk lent
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EXAMINE OllR GOODS        |H
I 50CIETV AND •
.l!:'r;;r *ri,|8 •' ";■"' Snit nf I    professional cards ■
t hitlu's.    limciuisu wn ku.'.v we ,'au  I I
please   you uicusureuieuta ■•BaaBBBBi«aBBiaBBBiaBaBBBBB»a
nri' correct, our stylus proper uud
our prices pleasing.
Vmi will be astonished how much
your appearance will I"' improved
uy wearinit Clothes Made to Order.
Dou'l utakea uiouuluin "I* a mole.
lull liy thinking thut Conl tuul Vest
made In order wi'l I"' too ,,xp.,n-
sive for von to wear.
Leask & Henderson
Ta'i (•'••••• a> •• * a> *
Cranbrook
Hotel s s
Ckksckst LoiHiu Nn. 33
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS'
Cranbrook, li. C.
Uratsandaud -Iiii 'ru.Hila.v m 8 p   n. in
I    II    II    I     llMll.
J. A. AKNOID. K. It  S.
N. Hn i .r r.
Waiting Brethren cordially luvllwl to atlund.
Cranbrook  l.o.ul Union 1211 of il.c tollc
Hrolherbood of Carptnlcrs anil .lolners
ol  Xmtri.a
rj Krldfl] evenliig ot
Vltdllnti Hi.-tln.-ii Cuniliilli I'.vi
.1   \   I.ASUUV, .1   II   Urll
III.    >!.-.
(itic<tlM Cnmlurt a Specially
limul StnhlitiK in Conm-ition
Nciirfrtt to relltOBtl atlll tlepOt,     Hum ni-.-iniiiui.ilii-
Uoui fm the public iiiif.|iuiiii.i iu Cranbrook,
llul and Cold Hath*
Ho^.-H'ih & Rollins
 I'lnprirlni-
<riaisiiiiiiii!aiitaaiS!tiismiai:>i;..G
T       When vou visit Cranbrook stop at (he        ^
1 ROYAL HOTEL!
^> None Better In the District <4
9 Rates S, anil up.    .Short Orders nnd Oysters <jV
4^ served in any style from H p. .... lo 6 a. ut. A
9 The table is the best, the rooms arc unsurpassed tor dean Kj
9 liness and comtort and the b.tr'is supplied with the best brand ^
4> of liquors and cigars. <K
4$ L. B. VANDElAR. Prop.        <£
S L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS ^
rata ,,f two n,„l
-,,,,<> Kind .tnt>
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uy beilflllneil nh
iltitiiitlpiiUlhliltijj
I .'Hi.I.'iii.i    All    ii<iai.i.ii.|.iiili,l   linil
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
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g] Drop in and see us any time.    We arc nn deck 25 hours [g
@ out of lhc 21 51
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,IAMKS   A. SMAItf,
...put, nn,ie Miiiistt'i-tii ihe Inter,
Slsl-vdii
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W,nlm fai
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Kiiiileiui.i
Land Notice,
Idler date I inleml In npply
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Till
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.11 iiliiini »ni,l i-iuhl ul ,,'llj lo.pl,	
tltl-1,1 Ul|«n  A. Mnniiem.
„nl I.. II. I'. In S'livetnlier inn.
Notice.
N'ulieei. Iii'i-t'li.v ui, t-ii I Iml niv'.v dnvi. nfl.-r
lull-   I   I IXI   iii  ->i|i|.t,   ,,,   llm  i-llh'l  eiiin-
ill.-1 r i.f I Limit .... Im    -a   |-m lam.aa,
>i   l-amlia-  llie  lullunliiu   ,, 1,.-.I   |,|||,|l
llnnlt'il In K-i.l K v ,liana I.
('ntnineii. ine nl nl n (mai pli I Jllilinitii*
 li .., It   ,     MnKli'a lliil'lll ileal  enrner,
1,,-,,,-e   -...llll   Ml   i-liailm,   tl -,-   ,,,-.|     -_'il
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J. 0. CUMMINQS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FERNIE
Timber Notice.
Mullen la Iterehj given llml   thirty ilnva
nln-r dute, I lllli'lul in apply In llie chlel
a I.li-r-i.-im-l-   nt   lillllll.   lllul   llnl'lll.   Ill    Vie
Inrh. fur a apeelal lleonao In rut  and r '.v
nim, llinl (Ilitel,,il,,i,ii,|,,l„«ei,li,-,l Inmla
ins I> land Knnt ,,:-
, iiiiuin-ii, lair nl   n  jioal   planted   ull  the
anal I inliu.l'iil I'.   I'. Il-.„a„> ,ia,l-a lianI
nili'lmllia 'II, fr  the annlh-enat, eorner
Iherntlf;   11,.-,,.'.'unl, I, NT..-liiuinil.il lie tin. i li-
eaal run pual nfanld I'. I', lluanii'n tinilier
luui,:   ll i- na.,,-,,,-  I I   ehnlliat   lla-iii-i-
 Hi ill i-llailm la lla- B-ailll-lli-Bl   euriiei-  u,
l.ol 11'JtT, (Irnnp I. Sualli laml   Knul iv ;
lliel Matty ll.  Ill.il.ai.il  nl  l-aka I'lm-k
,1 anulherly lllll el ib; II e ,,,-«,erly
-Jl, i-luiiiiB  tu lie- iitni-a n, nominal neur,
eniilniiiiiia mi rea mure nr leas.
li, Inl I'l'iinni-mik. ll.i', llda lllli ilnv nf
lli'luliar, llllll.
Ill in. P. W. Mitchell.
....MARYSVILLE, B. C.  1
The Pioneer Hotel of the St. Marys Valley. J
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g Comfortable rooms.   Satisfactory dininp- room service, and  the '/;
Jj                              best ol everything at the bar. ®
I WHRN VOUJCOMR TO MARYSVILLE STOP AT THE ROYAL |
j FRED DREW,      .•/.•       Proprietor. |
NEW DEPARTURE
We nre now in shape to furnish all kinds of
MOULDIND
BASE and CASE
Orders promptly tilled and delivered in town. For prices apply
King Lumber Mills Co. Limited
■^'-^'vi'-it'^a'^!ai'-ri''Ji'^.'.-
William Gordon
AUDITOR AND
ACCOUNTANT
ji -
1 McCallinn Block
I
I
CRANBROOK |
Noli,
ICC.
Til! I llB
thli nolleo an i
llie   la
C. C. 0.
MEAT    MARKET
No fro/en stock.     All meats killed in Cranbrook
Fresh shipments of PISH, SHELL FISH,  POULTRY
Try our SAUSAOR-S.   Once  tried you will cut no other
Before yuu order your turkey, goose or duck see our Xmas Display
l.nn.l.     Kr. CH) InilK
N,i   l».   M.cis.-..-i> Mum
.la> n.flil nl llieli hill on
IUki-i ilii-.-t.    HOJ u
.Hall) iiitll.'.l
V\    II   M.I' ,"
( rinhriMil. I ouff, No. .11
V P. A A. M.
i:.-t'Mia<  tlinn mi it
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Vlsllllit; hr< Iin,
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M-.i-   ,..,-,,    S, Miami,    „,         f    |„,||
\lsltlnu Hnlhrin inriltiill, in,it.it  ti, altead
.'ham'.iiiuik 1...1.111:, sm.'t,
ANCIENT OHIIER id FOWESTERS
I'llAMllll.oK. It. 0.
Men,. 1st nud llnl Ttiealoy every moutli
III   Alil.iltB.lnie.
Vlaillng brolliren cordially Invite,)
A.M. I'm, iv. I' II      «',t .,iiiiIvi:iii,,.V'v
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
OBANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
J. H. THOflPSON. *
Barrisler, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C.
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hucll Block Crinbro.ik, B C.
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|      C. H, DUNBAR       |
*   Bjrristcr, Solicitor, Notary    i>
X Public, Etc. %
X   Crnnbrook,    -    -    B. C.    »
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DRS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office I, Residence, Irnolrnnti Ave.
OPPICG HOURS:
Fa re noon,,   ....   o.in |„ ||
Allernoons   •   ■   ■   -    tall, to .lain
l-ienlnm    ....    ;.J0 ,o 8:30
CRANHROOK,    :   :   :     :       :    J>. c
i*l»l»l«i«|i»l»l«l«'l'»ll>l»|»
I    Dr. Connolly,     |
Physician and Surgeon   ^
Office on Armstrong' Avenue    ,
(.1 ",
(,i   Unl'lini-tlln It ii. in.. U In-l u III. T   ^
iims ],. in.     'ci,, in:, r
(•) &
i <t< I « I « I'?. I * I « I « I »? I <.' I <5> I <?> I ,8.1 »
DRS. KING & MILES.
DENTISTS
tll'ICi; HOUR8I
9 to IU a  III.
I tn I'. ,i, m.
TloSp   III.
CRANHROOK. B. C.
THI.   nnicis  PLEA
I'll hill, mu ml.
It,.,,., lain,-a mo nol,
)R.  CROSS    VBTERINARV  SiminiiN
and IIIIKSli III MM
CRANBROOK, II. C. 'I'l ,- |,
Notice.
i, - ,, it mnl t Tiil-Mii.ti.e tlinl il Im my iiiteiili.ni liin,i-
ntnit-riiivernur heCouneil ' i.mler h".v '" ""' Bnard nf l-tcenae Comraieaiouera
I liio"l'u,n|,nnloa Aet," 18117," hy    or I'ranhrnnk Dlalrlol „, tin- nextreuutar
Hie  "('iiiiil'i-i,..l,   HiibI, A  Ii ■ Company,   meetlnBonDeeeuiberl5lli,100+,loratrana.
l.i,,iitt-il,"f,,t-|,,'i-iniBBi,,ti liieliiuiire iiB tint - Iriiui uiVBalf tu Rnbort H. Unhurt, nl the
forth 1,1 Klmlierio] Milling A Manu-  hotel llcena for the v.nidni-i- hotel at Ward.
Iiii'tniiiiirl'uiiil'iui.v. Limited. ,
Dated at Cranbrook, October 15th, 1WM.      ""r     ,    ,, , „     ,,  ,„„,
llurve, A .M.l'ni'li'i', Jjiitei, ntl.'runhrnuk, B.C., Nov, 14, 11.04.
at Solicilora for tho AppIlcantB. I       3t-4w A.A.Currie.
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing; Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
JVkVittic & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
TltOS. T. McVITDB. P. L. S.
J. 1.1,lllll. W, H, li.
Christmas Cakes
The place to get
what you want
is at
C. W. WILSOI
THE BAKER PHONE -2,
I'llK  CBAJNBROOE   HKltAI.H
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4
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< Reid's January Sale f
■ _.
jnillinery
Specials!
4 - j.
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<       35 only Ladies Ready-to- >
* Wear Hats.     Last season's J
To clear, 25c.
4 styles.
* 25 only Ladies' Ready-to- t
j Wear   Hats.    This season's I
* rarest model shapes. Regul- 1
4 ar, $1.50 to $2.75. To clear, >
i $1.25. j
j 35 Ladies'Ready-to-Wear I
If Hats, in Beavers and felts,all t
4 shades
J $6.00.
4
*       10 only
Regular  $3.50
Sale price
Ladies
Hats at Exactly Half price.
REID & CO.
to*
Trimmed *
A RARE TREAT
Closing Out These Goods
Just nrrivetl, tlu* latest .-in.I newest up-to-date
Calendars ninl i'ii'titri'a. bOlcllillgS, CrayoilB,
such ns have never I u Bhown here before.
Burul Liuilirr limi'ls ot nluioBt every description.
For gentlemen unci Indies, Dressing Cases.
Manicure Sets nnd Companions in Leather
mnl Stugliorn.
It,IL. uf every description fur Hi,' children.
For everyoue the Intesl Bunks, including
Pocket, N,,i,-. I',.,;,,-, mnl llunii Books iu
Iitlusl rui. 1 must fancy covers.
For music hoar uur phonographs.
It «,ll In'wurt Ii your while lu see our China
mul Crystal mire,
Sii-|i in. I.n,k ni-iiiitifi mul see for yourself.
C. E. REID & CO.
THI-;   DRUGGISTS
npfi nc j££\»£ „,
Now ,s the time lo order your
Christmas
Photo *& ,<
Also loonier tlinl fchilnrgeuienl yn
Wlllll   lu S.-ll'l   ,..  Ill, ,1 ll,!
Prest Photo Co.
W.R.BEATTV
Funeral
Director
CRANBROOK
THI:
STRATHCONA
Formerly Motel Chair
NELSON, B. C.
B. T0r.PK.N5, Manager.
I'liis liuLi-l it) Due uf tlu> best   in
iSiiiitili  Columbia ami  np-to-iliate
in every  respect. Well  lightwl
samjili- rooms.
THE PLACE
TO BUY...
Do you want a Stove? Do you
want Boots or Shoes? Do you
want Bargains where New
Goods are arriving daily ?
Then come to my store.
LEROYSAGE
CURED .if
WITHOUT"
DRUGS:'
Ninetv ner ret,, of headaches an- llie ilntri rfStdl of
eves'rn-u
Drue, ,.--,- r. ,,.-,• pro.
perlv ,,,'-, i, ,i it...,- alone
Hue     vnur    .i'.'lil    t'.a.le
per'c.-,
Vnur lie.i.la liesvv'll ei nse.
■5
C
\V. F, TATE,
JEWBLER .Ml OPTICIAN
,i;,,': ■■•-■}■'
liu< Wiiruitll  i'I our mu. Ii atlinirt,
STOVE
Old !
:
LOCAL NOltS
Pkltt.il  Up About (tie Cily  by  Asking
(Jut.*lions  of  Many  People.
//
^S&TOVK
.'t in ii   with oiteof oi
I,,■:,t,,--.    These „s.' fuel as a ,„,s,
I,„-a hia nu y mnl  nuns -u:
„itll      culiat.-IUl     I'l'i'tliiliiV. Snll
"     stoves   use   fuel   with   very  pot.,   ,.   ,       ,, , „ ,,,
''     heat result.    " to ns for revel |'S ""''' '',sl ""''
.1   li   Downra is In Pinchei   (' I-
Ins week.
A     l.eiteli   paid   a   Im.imam,   vlsll   li
DATIMHDP  iilvii       PI.IMIBIMI1, HBiTINIl, ROOHNO ind
It Mil iiimi B.V0I1EERS
1   HARRIS BROTHERS   1
I Wholesale & Relail Butchers |
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§j       Hay and drain Dealers
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5,\ Prices and Quality Guaranteed.
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MmmwmmmmMm'mwmmwm
NOW OPENING I
\
A large consigniiieiil of
SpanishWines
Port and
Sherry...
I        A. I.. McDERMOT
I  Wholesale Wines, Llqunra and items
■ CN4NBK00K, II. C.
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MORROW & McFARLANE
Kings of the Gents' Furnishings business
of Cranbrook, and sole agents for
Campbell's Semi-Ready Clothing
TABLE BOARDERS
For the nicest and brightest dining room, The
"WILGA"; for the best served meals, The
"WILGA"; for the best attendance, The
"WILGA"; for the best cook in Cranbrook,
The "WILGA", if you study your digestion.
THE "WILGA" DINING ROOM, ARMSTRONG AVENUE ;
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate & Insurance.
Phone oo
Cranbrook, B. C.
Milium, ' vet I  t'alga
■I week in, a few days,     lie u
iiiti-i,--l.-.l in a snuunil urtinnsl- --       - -     -
„l ii i,  whin in- lu,- laigc Mol,criniil, C'lapji &IU.II
,,,   lllliliel
'-   I..   I'linili,-ii-li   !i.
iii   I ie -.1   Mi tt i,
lllile  hel   |,„,,,,l.
Tho   lleiiilii stall is under oiiliga-
ii..ns lu    Arnold & H t is, a.   i,
_______ X.
Ml'L. I'llllnil lul'.-.eauis   In lislilell lllll
I hard work uf Christmas wees,
ouu In |   .]•(,„ sm„„| annual hull ol llie 0. I'
"■'' '"  It. (Juudi'llle ,'luh was give,, lu»l !•'.i
'" *'•'- day night.   Tim lmil  was he tullv
iii-.il   iiiaiiiii-lii    us  la'111   ,|ee,,inl,.,|   lor   Ihe  utennlun   uud   III lmil
h"'" 1" i"1   "'"'■ "'''',  lu ihe limil, wil.lt a hu|i|i) ftnwil ul
,ieu|ile.   Iliiriiig  tin- livening  refresh
. ||   I,,       j        I nieiils wen- served and  it   was away
nliilil   lli-ii  w-is nl'Hie  ill""K    '"Wind   Ihu s.null  I is     ul
,„. ,     he "ilni. In. hel.I  ihis "'"iniuR   before   Ihu   dancers wiiiiltl
.,.,,     /J,,.      ...„„, ,'...,      .,..., Kite up nud gu 11"    Ill wliu were
I,,' ,.    ' ,.„.,   ,„,: i,V i-iuiui-    il   I"   "«"'''  ll,ilt "   "us 01 1 Hie
ii- ",   hie I lie   illlusl. cnjnyiilile   evenings   in   the   Ins
I lory ul litis |ni|,iilni orgnirl/altoti,
«'rn   lllnkeinnre, t,  I',, id  Nelson, I   Vt Vi Ucnnell, the well I wu mil-
will     -in.llm-.   -I   lllll   -    naelllii'.   Ill    1'e    ,,„ „„     „|„,   |,JS   Wll||,m|    || ,,
The   la
ml    I ha
l'i,   la,
Ha-   I.i,] ,1 .
.   in    llle   interest
Mliilllie,   Sin, lav
nny    Walk un   tun uf  thu la,a I,I
...ni   luui   tlinl!'.,'   nl   Ifaltts   .villi   .,',.,
•uill Uilli  ll,e   ||mVS  ,,||  fi,.,)   Iin,,  ,,[  |,,a,|   [,,„„   ||||.
I Isthmus nt I'linninii in lln- Kluiullkc,
Na„ Vurk and   has just ii-iiitm-il f.  a vlt.il lu ins
I,, In- away  tnutlier in [,uui:,i,in.i uml will rt'sutnit
, ,(„ I,,. ,M|T   Willi,  nn   Hie   I'm,,.    Ah.   liana,-II   en
i f Hie On-  i"vs Ibo disf.iiielii.il nf having hroku
 lillllll-   "li llll- a,una Main  with V,    ,'.  Illallll,
I the ei i,11 a- nud l,t il I i,i i, i i,Imn uf Hie
I Iconoclast,    before    thai    Individual
Mrs   Im ('. Malpas ralerlalneil     a  in 1I1.-.I    his   attention  to Inuniallstn
 i  nf iiii-u.is lunl  He. stlnyov- ami doalb.
um, at   llle new  ami |io|iulal  na
,l,,e I,
T  ,'   Malpai lefl
' 1" mi   111 ui -.
,,,, weeks Wlllll,
Uriel Ihe annual
.nll.lli   llllllk   nf   l'i
,   lentil
 ,'   iml a  st
ig humc
I<\  S.  I'iersun,   Ihe  Well  known ti,
lilrui luril   .lalllTln,      was- tit lowi
ineaenl.
Ilnii)  Drew „.,•; in lown nn Tt
in.  Iti'.   Wa,   In   full   Steele.
finl lit,.,,,,, nl Jnlfrav, was in
i.niii several days lasl wook.
limn   tu Mi    I Mm. \   M   llla.l,
nn    Sunday,  lleeeliihel   171 ll,   11)111, a
an
I' Lund's i.m daughters vlsilcd
uilli Crnnbrook friends several davs
lunl week,
Miss   lllllliilll ,   uf  l',,|ilat,  lias heen
r.aa-,1 ul he, um Ir fianl, Dickinson,
i la- pail week,
Mrs ff. f tliii'l uill Im nl heme
I.. Inn friends mt 'I'uesilny mnl
Hi-.lliesilnv next.
Su|.e, inl,'inlenl   Kl il'l.snn null llnllgll
lei   Vein   nml   \.   Krlchauii vlsilcd
I'lllR.IIV  las,   Weel,.
I-i m-i      lis i I Hi      lllailu-lll ,,   llle
Prow passenger, ivns m.i I.i,,,-, ., visit
nl  I e this Week,
"Scotty" Mitir, nf Hie strain shovel, bus i.'liiiaeil from K11 duller ami
will he in town fur a while.
Rev. Nlu.il  wool  in I'inelier Crook
Ihis   Week   lu   install   t ,v   iniliinlel
ill Hie Itnplisf church uf Hint  low,,,
The Junior hurley clnli will play a
frame Sal-iirilay aflcr ut witli it In
■ ul lentil. Tlio giiine prutnlsos tu lie
n fust- une in overj" respect.
If, K. Beatllc left nn 'I'uesilny for
Winnipeg, Tnrnitln uml Ol.lnwa.   Ile
expeels In lie ahsetil lllllllll si\ weeks.
V.   lii'Situliiier   ami  Joint  Murphy,
two    nf   the solill  eili/eiis   ul   Moyie,
wete   iii lown ii couple id days this
neck.
flimii. Downing, of the Jnlfray hotel, gave a hie, dinner nn tlie Mini
day following fJlirislinns nml tin- hoys
whn participated ull say llial il was
a great, (ensl.
The   dull in   Wilson, Ihe jeweler's
show Window, Was Won hy Miss Jessie Mil',,wan, ulu, miltlu 'uilli ia,l lia-l
winds uut nf "IV. II. Wilson, Jewel
er and Optician."
u'iin'h"i„'sn„n'mi1 !hn"c a";! I'ai'l '1'%'l'lcraiiridllco'a pleasant
can.   Mr.    Plot-soil was surprised in
t„ nu, i in   Ti,,. ,,,,,.,,,,.," u      ," (;ll|u||u    many times  argci
in,    lie  ,    ,   I,    ,„„,„■  ,,     weeks   llla" ,lra"''t 1   Hu. ml   |,ale su
r      ,i   ■ s,      I ,s   I,       li,,,.   Til11"1?, ''  |l""li"K  "n"''''   s LhlllS
ir.an.cn ti    as lain   "ggliW |,,e- „f the lie Industry Mr, Pfcrsoti sii'd
'''""'"^    '''" lll'xl slnill8'     |tl»l lasl ,,-.„  ro worn lluTliuml-
Han Drain, une nl the best known  "',l Lbuiisauil lies taken uut, ut, ,iaf
engineers mi Hie Crow, ,v,is married  ''iu.v-    '''but-   is a hiu huni'li im 	
iilu.nl   llilii-   weeks ago  In  Mis.  Slu-   I'llice and  lillailil   Inls „f  work
ail,  l.l   Hie     I'.   I'.   II    Iii,:,-l   nl   Mn:--  o	
loud, and lhc happy pall nro.now I,,; j.0T vm „,,_,.,
Tilnleis will he rcceivwl In- th,. im.
"'■'sis I iiiiiti  „ Muiulai   iho
r," 'V of January, ii„.t,„,i ' ,,„
!"' I'Uli'husi! ..I  i.nl   3d, in  III.,, k s:t
l.llihluuk   I'uwiisile, situate un   ,\'„r
bury   avcntio oppiisilo lho Ciuiaillai
1 raniiiiiiik, 3rd Jauiiiiii-,   iiiiiji
•I- f. Arnislrong,
3|W Odlclal Adinlnlnlratoi
nn enjoying I
cai i, inter le
lllll.lli
Main
11,11
There will In-  ocling ul llioso In-
lereslcil in Hn- iirgiiiiir'.alInn uf n eluli
nt ihe in-,, .inl, iiiiiin-. tins evening.
Messrs,    Heal.'. IV.    I>   llill ninl In.
Illei'll     me   Hie    lllt-.lee nl .it.   III!'
Illi'i'llll!',   HlllEO   Uhu    la-Me   In |,lill   US
,-liallel ,,,,',,,1,,'ls will lun,. llm up
inillllliily.
,Mi ,.   I.,   li    MiT'i-nl,   has  | 'ItttSt'll
lite  Sun,i     llolel   nn.l   ,1,11   put   fullll
ipilClal   I lim I    I -ike     he   l>l    U
llle
lllll
She ulil  raise chickens, ducks,   -ml
hnvo ah.nl, collages  allele | llle,,,,,
an ami onjoj it week's vncnlluli mul
novo a gin,inns linie lishiii.e,, hunting
ninl Indulging in all mil d«„r spurts.
'i'lieie   will im .< C'iirlslinns enter-
iiinaii nl ,n I 'In is., ihu i il  f I Ida,
OVCIlIng, .l.iniinrv (llll. Kelleslilnelils
„.ll he served inr life children I >
six o'clock uml Hie urogram will he
oponoil nl righl o'clock.   1' nls nro
requested lo u I bnskols lor Hie occasion! Ae-'ll'i Iimi ,1 ill lie lakoil U|,
fot'  Hie Siiial.il   selioul.
Charles SplLsled, uf Hie Kiiuheriei'
Maiiiifiictiirfng coinpniij'   met   witli  u
inusL    ii'l'iiins   iieeiiiettl   Inst   Monday.
In s ,, ,- In- Iel ii hush Itojk
slip ninl 11, nindo It severe a,i-h 'it
nne   leg.     Hr. Cunnolly   was   suin-
,,,, ,1 mul when lie reached Kitulier-
lev In, I nl Mr. Npilatiil rallier low
Hum luss ul hln.i.l. The -Herald '.-i
pleased In stale Hint Mr. Spilslml is
recovering    tnplilly and  feeling good
over     Im   i.i' I    II ha  Ill-el.lent    WUS
nn Hals..
II.  I.. Slepl s. nf Munis,-,,-,-,   was
in lown t\,n days Inst week nit litis).
uess iniillers, Mr, Sltuilieus s.ns tint
Willi Ihe wiul.  llml   the ,     I'    I)     nl
Client X ii, hnvo in vluti  i.,...... I
Mnl-lisner   llle   COIIlillg   sllinniel,   i	
liiiinl „-,ill whal  ll ivoriimehl uill
tin,  Will   ke piellv   llvelj   times the
cuiulng year lui tlie people uf thai
place.
JACOBS' FRUIT
I lb Sandringham 50c, J lb Almond 65c, 2
lbs Sandringham 90c, 2 lbs Almord $1.20,
8 lbs Oxford $3.75
Large assortment of Rich Biscuits in 2 lb Tins
(sealed), 75c, 90c and $ J.CO
G. T. ROGERS,
raiKy anil Staple Orocerles and Crockery.
I'rantiriHik. II. C,
Big Millinery Sale
For the month of January I will make
special reductions in Millinery, Ladies'
Underwear. Furs, Coats, and Ladies'
Specialties. A great chance to save
money.
M. MCLEOD.
Stoves, Ranges, Coal and
Wood Heaters
Don't forget thai we do all kinds uf I'll MDIMi required in
your house.    We guarantee all our work to
be done by first class plumbers
McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWAHH
I When You Buy Liquor 4
I Buy the Best =
9
^ We are in receipt of an invoice tram the Royal Jistil-
5E b'l'y-   ll is pure, lias llie age, ami from -, medicinal  jaunt  is ^,
▼ just llie tiling,   H'e sell everything in tlu- liqnor ami i-iirar w
§| line. ^
t
1
A. C. BOWNESS
Wholesale Dealer in l.iuuors and Cigars
LIFE IS SHORT
(So theparson told usl, and wc wish to prepare ourselves.
This is A thought constaotly before each individual employed
in Cranbrook's Greatest Store; theretore, we must unload oot only our
sins, but the Greatest Stock of Ladies' and Men's G.,i, ever brought
into the cily.
As an incentive to the CASH purchaser we will deduct 15 per
cent and refund it cheerfully from all cash sales.
This holds good until turther advised.
HILL ca CO.
I CRANBROOK'S GREATEST STORE |
SUNDAY SCHOOL SI I'I'KH
A must, successful Suitdny school
siippe, wns hel,I iu llm Molliuillsl
church lost Tliut'sduj1 evening, when
about ii," hundred liooplo sal down
in ,. very substantial repast, After
the supper tl, tniii,,,ing prugram ua,.
preseltleil    urn!,','     1 In-    leadership    uf
Mrs. IV. 'I'. Ileid.
A   Cilillili,   III'   Ulgliloon   l.illle Tin.,
Itei'llllliiili "A     l.el ler   lu     Sanln
I'l.ius" Miss   Ada   lliikeliliullinni
Suln. .'"I'lte   Hill" Miss    C tally
llelillllinll ,."A    lll'll'iy   ill   ('lillllll".!.
 Miss     hi.     Siiltlui,..,
Suln Mr.      Greaves
At Hie inmlusiiin ut the program
Hie greetings uf ilu- school were spo.
ken hy Mr. W. T. Ileid. Hie superintendent, in a brief and oarnosl speoeh.
Mr. I'. II. I'resi nrosonleil Ihe linnn-
,-inl i-niiililiiiii iif Hie school, show!,,!'
a huliiiii-e iiii   liiiml after paying  uii
expenses.    A   very   t-iilliplele   surprise
wns Iht'ii sprung mi the pnslor mil
his wife. All. ,1. A. Harvey, in .1
very eulogistic address, presented mt
behaif uf lho euiigregiiliun, Mrs
Thompson will, a beautiful sable rut,
and a gold waleli and chain in tl,
Thompson. "These," said Mr. H.i< ■
vev. "nre the tokens „l Ihe high e-
e.ii.l in which both nre held hy lite
church." Mr. Thompson briefly re
plied with grateful appreciation.
Mr. VI 0, Mm tun uml Mr, 0 II
I'resi. 11,™   ei      In Ihe fnnit and
•end l,„ ilililr-ss In Mis. W, T. Itelll
and presented her Willi a sel of pearl
handled Inblo knives ami forks. Mis
Ileid gracofutly Ibanked the members
ol the eiioir, who weie the donors.
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT !
Nr>V
#1%      We, are showing some i
f       Beautiful Suitings t
for the Christmas Holidays 5
jl jl jl LET US MAKR VOU ONB .* .4 jl |
McSWEVN & QRIFPITH, THE LEADINO TAILORS      |
................... ,tg®*****~* ^i
This is the Time to Make Good
Resolutions
In ao doing remember tlml Mmmiug & 8itli1ona ib tho place lo
got up'tO'tlnto giaals 11 an 1 will nut ist'ju'tii ui in every euse. They are at-
ways ready to servo the public on thoir notice. Tbo proof is tu glvo
tit,'tu u trniI ninl they will !«■ I'uiiviiiei'il. wishingono and nil u happy
New Year
We are respectfully,
MANNING & SIDDONS
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kindt Of
Rough and Dressed Lumb^
I,
1   ^ / THE   CRAMtKOOK   HERALD
T1MBERLANDS
FOR SALE OF LEASE
■t___—___~■
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
For temia, maps ami further particulars apply to the followinj
local laud agents;
,'. HyuY B„k,r. Cranbrook, B, 0,    E, Mallmidaiiie, Jr.. Crest..,,. B. C
I, H, Wilson, Warilnur. B, 0,
R. R, Bruce,Wilmer, B.C.
11 A; M. Bird, Nelson. B, 0.
..PRINK..
CR.ANBR00K BEER
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.    Ash for CranbrooK
Deer and insist on having it.
The Cranbrook Brewing <_ Malting Co. Lid.
Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Aerated Waters.
CRANBROOK, *   *   *   British Columbia
| Cbc Cosmopolitan Bote!
<P
RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass House    entrally Looted
ff Fine Sample Rooms In onrtectlon.    Tlie bedrooms [m
SB..) 11
ii arc airy and comfortable, and the table is the best the !.,
H        .... It,
market affords
I'dS.
91 •} l..e»
■ll: U,
1 IfW % ® '.' .   (!) (5) ffi ffi ,.i t.i ffi  _<s\ ffi y.\ At ffil ffi ffi <$ ffi ffi-ffi -9Mt
.•)•).!..   ...   ...   ,.    .,    i.    ,.;,„   ,,,   „.   ,„   i,    ,,,   v,    ,»    lt    ,.      ..    .     .,     .      •      ...     .'
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
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Paint that Stays
We use the Imnt of material ninl uur work always
gives satisfaction,
Winn ymi wuul painting
paper hangtug, decorating
oi riiu,n writing, see us
first.
B. H. SHORT
ARMSrRONfJ AVENUE
v..
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A
Ri:—s- YOUR •_
CCOUNTS in f
RREARS ? ? ? ? ?   •
If the rush of business [
prevents YOU finding
time to write   up your
books, or having your :
bills and accounts regu-
. larly rendered and  col-
i lected, apply to
[JOSEPH RYAN
P, (I. Ilai 217
i  CRANBROOK, Jl   J. B. C.  \
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
A beautiful line of Horiie-
npiiiio and Worsteds lor
Ladies' Tailor Made Suits.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Rooms un Armstrong ate.
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
New rigs, good driving
ninl wuhlle horses at
reasonable rale. I lur
aiinjwill bo to give good
care to ull horses slu-
I,led with us.
N. C. McKINSTRV, Prop.
ItUMtMiMiMtfMMMMMM
I WRIIiHT & Mll.l WARD'S J
I        ORCHESTRA        |
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* Mask furnished Inr Halls. Parties, elr. »
*' Two In seven pleies, *
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X Cranhrook,    -    -     -     II. C. J
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SIMPLE
STRONC
SPEEDY
SILENT Qina^Himmiaii:.
Purchase Price $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
ski:
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK
j). . . a a . . ............ ......
Cadbury's
Taney Box Chocolates
at Ihe Candy Kitchen
Ala,, Ituliei'lM.n a   I.i-iii.v'h Ih.I1,
III llOiai llllll III   I'll"-      We   huve over
Ill tons ul I'nuiilis „,„! ,„.., hi
wn,   Ttiat.nan.ia soma lafi klnila.u
sort limn.   SICK III 11 a.aeMIXTIItl-:
Inl llle I'lni.tin,,.   Il'llile; ,,a  go,el   ns
>i,ii r.iiil.t l.uv in Toronto.    S|.e.i„l
attention nl,-.,, to ui.iit ordora,
Q. .P TISDALE.
THERE
WILL BE
various kinds of Job Work
wanted tliis winter. To get it
done promptly und right see
James Greer
Contractor and Builder
J. K. Stephens,
II. I.. Stephens,
M. RnlkinJorl
J. I mmiii,
As we predicted several months
months ago. the Flathead country has been thrown open. The
" rush is on." The mines are
running full blast and everything
is lovely. If you are in our neighborhood come to the Alexandra
Hotel. It is the best hotel in
the district—.	
THE ALEXNDRA HOTEL,
Stephens Hros. ft Co., Owners ind Proprietors.
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
II. I.. Slephens
J. li. Stephens
Tlie Great Northern is building
(rom Morrissey to the easl.
Morrissey is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc. The
Australian Hotel is the " Hub."
If you wish to find anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
lind your man there.	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE BIO WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens Hros., Owners and Proprietors,
Morrisscy Junction, B. C.
ANIl
KOOTENAY HARBLE
in
MONUHENT WORKS
Mamifjiotu
 NELSON, It. C.
irs of mill whi.les.-ile nn.l retail dealer-, il,
riarhle anil Marble Work of All kinds.
Weuw ir own quarries, aiid thu qnullty is  tended
tn l>e the in'si. Monuments, Menilstones, riurl.it- Trimmings fur Buildings, a Bpeeialty. By bnj inn from ua you
get the material al first fust.
wmmmm&mimmfflmLmEimi
BURNS <a CO.
DISTRICT NEWS,
MOVIE.
(From tlio Leadei )
fins  King while lucking ufter  llie
Installing ul the pump .unl pipe ul llie
St. Ellgetie, nne ilnv lliis week, ni'Cl
lei,'all, sel ii telle,I I In- llnlliili uf Ills
lell llliinl nil Ihe llile.ul ul u pipe.
Illni.il   poisunillg   set   it,   iilnl   his liainl
and arm became much swollen,   ami'
fur   ii time liis ease wus somewhat'
seiiniis.   However tlie danger is now!
iiver and Mr. King is uut und un ilu
ly uu before,
li. ,1. Johnson, llie contractor, has
lell for his homo in Nova S.oliu in
inuke ,i short visit,
And)' .Inlnisiiii is now 111 Uie l'„,„r
.1' Alunes. Ill, is cunletnplnlliig returning, t„ Moyie I,, iii,'
Mr, und Mrs. Win Mo Nirllull, ul
Euthbridgc,   spent   tlieir   Christmas
with Mr, uud ilini. II. .'a run. Mr.
McNIcl.nl]    lius eluirgo of the Moyie
I Inr    eoiupany's   yard   at l.elh-
brhlgo.
Webster Burton anil Sain Spears,
the two popular clerks in II. i'u...|.
Ml S I'u.'s stoic, ji.urneye.i lu
Craiibrook „,, Christinas dny u, get
a 1,,,,,'i, nl inulrupulllnn lilt, , ml
lu breathe lltn 07.0110 ul til,' ,'J -ulu
belt.
WANTS TIIK  MONEY.
Al'STIi.Vl.lAN       mil.II      I'lMllal!
WAS    REWARDED.
'l'l,e dii
«f  glllll   ill  Allsllali.
Nelson News: Through ins lawyers, W. Ut-iivvi.'l, hns tillered suit-
to recover     Hunt  Vlotui   Itullius ul
Crnnbiuok   tin'sum   ..I Iwu hundred   «'»*   Edmund   llulnii d   ll.ugie.u,
dollars.   Rollins  wus  the  slakehold    un    Englishman    lie    wits  born   It
er in tlif lun' nrrutiged lu r u   |8l(i ami In- -i.-iili-.l in   titjitiailu   ii
at. Crunbruok  between  Ki'liwiul, .ind   ,,,,    ,„   ,,,     , , ,   ,
.Mllelu-ll   ut   I'ell.le     A   I'.iillilatnt' sum
I!,.Ilia,   Inl   llll
I11U11S    Wits
I'd
Califu
ul.l  Iimi,  he
lit   tul'.il
V, In
he  ,,uil„-,l   I,,
In
Dray ing is a Particular
Business
We make tlml our business,
Did you ever hen r any complaints
nl,,,,it our work? We employ
the lies! men we can lind to do
llie work. They are careful und
prompt. That is why we please
tli.- people, We want y.,ur l.usi-
ness nml if we get il we will keep
it, because we will satisfy yuu.
Perry & Fitzgerald
I'KOI'ltlKTOKS OK 'NIK
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
(llllieoppoalleCP.il. 'I'MIINIi ...I
LOVERS OF NATURE
win, enjoy a drive along .lie eoniili-y  r.in.la
ahouhl iteml in
I'he Handley Livery Stahles
rnrlhaneiwain-.v lillllll.
The turnouts .tipplied I..V ns lire liillnl.iiliie,
well   ,i|i|,i>inle.l   unit   entirely    sitUatm-liny.
They add inui'li in the plaaaun, of u trl|i
There ia nolliing ulu,lit liora - ,ehiel..  In
i-JUse uneasiness lo U Heliail,,'e pei'anli lit.t-
„».tli,l,gi,l the nppeoiuueei.t either Injur
I la.sn ,vho uie pnrlienlar as to style.
l'AUI. HA.NHI.EY.
FERNIE.
(Front lho Lodge.)
N„ arrests „„ Christmas speaks
well lur lho quality „f lho whisk)
.suld iu Ferule,
.,.   C. Fernau lius rented an office
in Frank ami already has com need
work on tlio /inn smeller.
A. .luyt'o bus been appointed Lu
Iill tlm several olllees ul I.. It.
Forbes during tlio lattor's absence in
England,
ll, Is Illegal, according lo a local
law, to buy or suli anything nn .Sunday in Ferule except milk, dings and
medicine. This permits tlie sale nl
whisky cither, us a ding ur medicine,
bui, why bread should be shut uut
and milk allowed dues nnl appear
reasonable tu anyone living uu a
bread and milk diet.
Up lu Tuesday only 1112 deters eligible tu vole at llm i lieijial election laid ciiii'ieil their names mi llm
voters' list lu Fernie. Evidently
there is a lack ul public spirit in the
civic iill'airs ul  tliis city,
.1. fi Cut,,,,,ings returned tn Fernie
nu Monday, having practically coll,,
pleled lho survey fot a route Into
tlm Flathead Iron, Ibis cily. lie
lotind four reel uf snow tin tlio sum
mil. bui discovered a gu.nl pin.'.' I"
hu,id a wag >u.l lice ft  snow-
slides 'Ihe route is eight miles In
Ihe   su lit  Iron, Coal Creek,   and
I Ilea   lime  111I|C«  ilmvn   llle lull   In  III,'
Milla, Ma.ni fifteen Utousaiul ,l..l
lain wilt liiulil a uai'iai road tutu tliu
Ha Mi, a,l   „,el   Ihis    ll',   live   llliinl
l.-.l ,1,Ul.lla Will |tlll ill U gOOll I.Uii
'I'he elli/.elis ut   hel llle llhollld  lose un
lime in getting Ibis route open uml
lIlea advertise the I.n i (nl uml wide.
''There's millions in ll."
Tlit'te bus liei'ii a boom in pugilism
during the pust. week iu Fernie. On
Thursday evening Jim Burrows ,u
fnur rounds put Arthur Wanting lum.
de lumbal and won a purse ul live
h luii dollars, On Saturday evening Billy Burrows was crushed in
fnur rounds hy .laek Overdorfl, from
Idaho, On Alonday iilghlJim Burrows and Oveiihirfl Weill nl il fnl ll
big purse. On account of a tuul Uur
rows lust in thu nitli round amid
considerable dissatiafactlon. Tho
sum uf tlnti each has been deposited
as a forfeit bv Jim Burrows anil
.laek Overdorfl tu fight twenty founds
in Fernie na January '-il Im snion a
side Thnt will be Ihe pugilistic
event ol the season.
The coai company has arranged lu
pav six id li,,- widows resident in
Lh'is st'i'iiuu ul tin- liim, their husbands were killed III thi' Carbniiiiiio
mini, disaster last. November, liie
sum nl $1500 each under Un, compensation Act. Tl..' balance ..I the
claims are iu abeyance uwiug to the
widows nml heirs ul Llie deceased
miners being resident in foreign
countries.
loney deposited  m   tin- Interest   ul
Mitchell.   Ilu-   men     was ci  ml   real     in  lho   guld diggings.   A
nml   U.nwii'k's  iiuine)   uus  returned   imn     traveled  cunsldcrablj   Uiinugh
In him.   lie is nnw suing I I'uvor  Australia nun l,.„l some idea nf gent
tin-   uv,.     hundred iliillars depusiied Ugy,   he   was   Impressed inue.li wuii
by Mii.-helI, whicl, be ,1 s is i.u-   ii„- similarity between lite geological
foiled   iii'cording   In elision, in snen slrueli i Califurtiin   nnd tli.it .,i
matters, I Anslmlia.       la.iilv   tn      1801   tie  h-
 ,,  | turned  in Aitslrallaand siurieil snuu
RAILWAY   INTO   FOItDINfl  VAI,- frum Sidney  lu explore lor gold   ut
I l-v lNl'w South Wales.   His first trial   ul
.    '       , I washing     earth     Ihere produced    a
An application vv.ll lie inailc In Ihe  small    iiartlclo   ..[ gold ai.d in each
llttlisli   Columbia   legislature nl  us  s,ibsei|iieul    pan  there    were hriglii
lieM s.'usitili  In liieui|iuliite  lho turd-  spriks     ul    the  V"llnw   Itlelal.   Thi'
Ing Valley railway company, says tho  was     along    Un-'   Macmiariu  rlvci
Fcrnie     Frco  Press.   Tins  t pally   llurgrrnven    havinm sallBllctl Irimstll
asks im- a charier einpnweriug Uieni|(hni gn|,| existed in pitying iiuiuii]
In biiilil uml upcrale a standard lies, ri-iuriicil lu Sidney and ad
giiiine railway intn Uie hording rive,   dressed a l,-it,-i   ,,. the culonlal see
valley, beginning nl tlie II. ('. S h-  rclaiv, in which lie pi.ill .1 t„ utiiul
em railway noar where Michel creek mn lho localities iu whlcli gold exlsl
emplies  intn  tlie   Elk.   The  railway   in   Australia should Uie government
II ins up Elk river i„ ils j,,,,,'   award   liim in llie extent ui ti	
linn   .villi   Curding river, thence up  and   leave   it    tu iis geiieruslly    lu
Fording river tu lleiut-lia creek and  make   adtlllluii.il    reward ci neiisu
up   llenreliii    creek In Iiii, Alberta into with lhc public lu tit    uhi.-ii
line. Tliis railway will upon up the miglil insult rrom the discuverv lie
.-mil inuperlies ni-lite linpcrlnl Cunl ,\.,s liiforiucd llial llle giiveri'inicnl
I'limpaiiy In ilie Ful'iliiig vnlli-v and winilil mil pay iiuiney lu I,im iu mi
it-   will   also lap llie coal areas   uf  vaitee,   lint tlinl. in 'ihe event uf his
ilie    coal ureas   „( Iho (J, !'. II. in  Information      proving    correct     In
Hit, west and    north ol llie Imperial j would leceivo a reward,   ilns being
Conl company's prnpel'Hi'S. satisfactory   Mr.    Hargreuyps   g.u'i
 ,,  | Lu   tint gnvi'.iiiiiient iiifnrmatiuii when
A HANDSOME CHRISTMAS Nl >:   ff'1' '""'i1 '",' fouisj and tlie result id
.,..., I tins   created     tbo    seeuml groalesl
"'•u' .slanilii'de in search uf guld that    llie
The   Western   Homo Monlbly   lius  wu hi eve,  saw.   Within a year i"l
lust   Issued   a  baudsonio Christinas   lowing Iiargruaves'disclosure gold lo
iiumber.   i'he euver  in  throe colors,  the cxlenl of iJii.iiiiii.iiiiu was lake,,
ilepieling a winter se,  al si   I rut.   from New Smith Wales and Victoria.
lo nature, combined viiiit many score Tho government's generosity in Mr,
nf bai.itsiune half-tune engravings llargrcavcs was mosl marked, Mr.
prlnieii ,„, line book paper, u" in IInrgrcnves wns appointed commls-
miike it a must arl'isllo uiimliei' Tho -sinner uf crown lands. Tlie legislat-
roadlng iiinlli'i' is clean, wholesome ivo cuiiiicil uf New Suiil.1, Wales vul-
ni.,1 well edited, ennlaiulng a wpaltii  oil bin, jr,„,iu,i,. A guld ciui valued  nl
uf Instructive infurniail if general  $2,5(10 was presented lit ui" ul- agrapil
Interest. Tbe Western Home Month-1 Public reception, ami many otherpub-
ly I,as ma,la gigantic snides of Into: lie and private towards were given
in  Uie   way nl seen, ing cli'culaLlun, I him.
which is    cunchislve prnnf thai   liiel  „	
intllng public     apt
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illuslraled Iiuine |oui'iial.   li  is in a
class hy Itself in this country, bo-
cniisi' it   Ir.'iils live silhjei-ls nf vital
I    in women render
A NOTAIiU! PKOnUCTION,
Nelson   Daily    News:  Tho   Dally
News is   in   receipt   nf the special
Tlllllli   DIVIDEND PAH).
home,   and dues nut  conlllel  in any Christmas number issued by F.    li
way wiih     tin' I'uiinir,   newspaper. Simpson, publisher nf Ihe ('runt,took
The popular     subscription    piico of Herald.   I,  is certainly a production
lillv cents ii yen, iiblncd witli its nl „i,i,i, lhc publisher and every one
high standard <>l excellence,   Is   no- connected will, its makeup hnvegnu.l
em,,,,nlile lor ils big lilcilliiliiiii. cause lu be pnnid.   Nn heller nilvi-r
llselni'lil     nl     tile    prosperous  cullili
Huns tlml prevail in Uie chief city ol
tile Crows  Nest   valla,   einilil   he eulm
Mnyli.    I.eadel:      'lite   ti',1,,,1,  llivl-' celvt'll   than   Ibis  splendid   I'hiislinu-i
■lend which wus declined ul llie uieel   I iln'f.   imly in n ihiivlng, prospci
ing nl  llie directum ul  Ihe St.    Kit-  "lis  eulumuull)   would   il   lie  p.isslble
gene   Cotisolldalod    Mining   e p.my   I He, Inl.e   llie    pilllllcnlll I su
in i'ni'niii  Niiveinbci I'ighlh, lust,   I I' e tuul rosily an aiiunnl. Mi
was paid mi  llie lil'tii'lilll lust   iiiele   Sllltpsoll   is   In   lie   hem lily   I'llllgrnl.ll
uie   several   sloukliolders   in Moyie,  la-lej npun liis enti'inrise, which will
Cranhrook and otter Easl  Knolettay uisloubleillj  beat  rich lr.ilt, nml Ihe
lowns and limy received Iheir rhfcliB liuslni'sa    me  Crntilirmik uls,. de
during lite pnsl  lew dais.     This is  servo eumin,inlaiiui, im Ui,. generous
the llm,I dividend  lb,' cumpuuy  lias ne,  in whhii Ihey have, I.v I'heit
liahl ami makes a total ol J'.tss.tiini iadvertising pal agu, i-neuuiaRi-d the
The    new     Wortlilngtoii i puuud  publisboi     lu  prmluci   a    Christinas
duplex pump which wns ,,•,•,■„,I,   in   nuinbei   Unit  iiukl.l ,l„ enslit tu the
stalled Is doing good work and is gl,  , biggest    newspapet   office in the du-
lug   excellent sallsfaclluii.   II  wurks
with utmost ease and throws water
at   Um   rate ui lim thousand,   live
liuiulleit     gullullS   pel   mitillle. iile
water Is forced lu the lop nl Ihe. miii
in a luui teen Inch spiral pipe,     ami
tbo pipe   between     llm lake am)   Ihe
pump    is sixteen   Inches and nf  llie  nig   partialis    dismantled  in keeping
same    material    Tim   pump   throws  with    llm new polios  of Uie lliitish
siilliiifiit wnler for iill pin puses   iiiiiI  admiralty.     Today   man,   uinplo)es
the mill is   nn   lunger dopelidciil on , wore given nulico „l dismissal,   ami
the ,1, 's. However, Um (lumen will   wbeiuihn process nl rcduelloii iseom-
be used .ihe,, lim wnler is plentiful, I pleli,   ,1  i-i   expected llml  n.  but
at,   which time     | p   will     he caretakers   mil   have charge ol the
slowed or shut down eniirely. Ulnckynnl uml Um icpnlr shnps, whieh
There are again nearly three huiul heieloforo employed large numbers.
ml men „„ I lie payroll. While II,.. I Work has already begun In disnirlpl
mill wns running on hull feed, owing Hug Um naval llospllal, wlinse stores
lo the shurlage nl water, a large re-; and equipments, including reserve
serve nl available ,„,' was nccuiiiii-'suiipHos kppl lur emergencies, will he
laled, and until this is disposed nt slopped In Hung Kong, which will
there will nnl be many more men put I lierrotler be the Pnciflc as well as
.... The St. Eiigeii.' is starting tlm lho china slat-inn, 'llm rniiiaining
new year wilii everything in ship ships. Bonavetllure and Shearwater)
shape, and It...;', promises In he a „,,• expected In he ordered away
record breaker lor lhc big property,  The Bonavontute will leave In March.
AltWIliiMv;    ESQUI.MAl.Tj
Victoria, It   I' , Dec   -in   i'he Iiiii
isli naval station al Esquimuit is be
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all lines of
WALL PAPERS
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buying. Our patterns
will please you.
Mouldings to match
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Drink Home Beet
II 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,
nf repairing,   (live me a call.
* sBsersa s»s«\« *v«Mjes«sii--
Say, People
Hnvo you Been  tbo work ..I
CrOWS   Nest  Slellll,  l.llllllilr.
It's certainly up lo .Int.
Special rates fur liolcla nml
Family work,     Spoctnltls
lliitlliels,   I'lni,1,,-t-   nml   am
uiu,-,.     White   lull",   only
Ported Bnlisfuotion Kivon by
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
SLAlbK & Mcl'lllt, Proprietors
PURE MILK
When you use lln* milk I te'l yi ij
will use nu other, It i^ pure mi tl
rich.   Try it once,
W.J.Bardgett

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