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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.1
VOLUME    I.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   JUNE   13    litlil.
NTJMBBB 13
The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Hon. Oko. A. Cox, President.
Paid Up Capital
Rest	
Total Resuur.es
B. B. Walkkr, Gen. Man-
 Sl.000,000.00
.... n.ooo.ooo oo
.... 6S.000.OIW.00
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Deposits Received.
London Agents—The Bank of Scotland.
CRANBROOK BRANCH. HUBERT HAINES, Manager.
• ••••••••99 9 •'•!,•   • -»* • ••••-••-, •«*(>.-»-»-■ ••
"Can't Afford
to Paint."
Thc mnn who says thnt, forgets that painting properly linm* in economy, aud the fuet Is he can't afford
NOT to paint.
How often yon require to paint is largely dependent ui.ua Cau point you use.
The /
Sherwih-Wiluams
Paints
ont Inst othcrn. Thrynrothnmnnt eeonomlcnl paints yon ean nse. beeaase
thoy nover moat and wour longest Add to this tbeir Rood appearance, and
you Imvo porftot palnta-rAo Shorwin-Williams Painti.
They aro niitilo for muny cliiroront kinds of palatine.  Whatever it la
9 yon want to point—a lioneo, or i.uyiMm: Ir or out of lho house—we mako
lho rlifht pulnt for thut particular puriny..—not oue Maixlesh ulature for
all.
If you can't get it elsewhere TRY GILPIN'S.   The
most complete stock in Cranbrook or Moyie.
New Cat pete, Linoleums in 2 and 4 yard widths,
Rugs, Furniture, Screen Doors and Windows    *>
Another car oi Groceries and Crockery
No one undersells us    jt      Jt      Jt
..Gilpin's
New Qoods
We have them in Men's clothing
We have them to Men's furnishings
We have them in Dry Qoods
At prices that will please all.
 RIED & CO.
m
I Are you going
out in the hills?
If you are you will want a pack saddle. Wc have 23 left and will give
you a bargain on one or the lot. This
is out of our line of business and we
desire to clo.se them out. If you require one il will pay you to sec us at
once.   Remember the place.
Fort Steele Mercantile Co.«-«
*        jt       MANAGER
J. P. PINK
jt
i
Ice Cream Freezers
Just Arrived ******
Now is thc time to buy Seasonable Qoods.
(larden Rakes, Lawn Mowers, Wire Netting,
Wire Screening, Hammocks, jt Wc carry
a lull line of Hardware, Tin and (Iranitewarc.
Call and inspect.
...   Q. H. Miner
THINKS IT IS A WONDER
That Is Senator Turner's Opinion of Ihe
Sullivan Property.
ENOUGH ORE TO  LAST  25  YEARS
And the Prospects for a Smelter
at Marysville are Very
Favorable.
HE SAYS CRANBROOK IS ALL HI-MIT
Tlie Herald mnn saw Senator Turner,
uf Spokane, mnl Mr. Mull, of Toledo,
Ohio, upon their return from the Sulli
van miue, where they hml tteen on a
tour of inspection, lust week.
"Well, senator," said The Herald
man, "wlmt do you think of the Sullivan?"
••It's (lie greatest body of ore on the
American continent," replied the neon-
tor. "2 thought the he Roi hnd n hit;
body of ore, but it Is a baby beside the
Sullivan. Of course, it ia low grade
nnd will not concentrate, but even today, wilh the price of lead where it te,
with a smelter near at hand it could
lie made to pay handsomely, nud wlmt is
more would go ou paying for 25 years
with the ora in sight."
"What are Ihe chances for a smeller
'at MaryBvllIe?" was the next quesliou
asked.
"Good," said the senator, "Ofcourse
a smelter costs a lot of money, and there
seems lo be some doubt as to obtaining
dry ores with which to smelt our wet
ones, but I think aud believe ihere is
copper enough ou the upper St. Matya
to supply half a dozen smellers, hut nt
lhe present time development has beeu
tetarded by lack of railway communication. With the building of the Craw,
ford liny line, however, these copper
properties will be near lhe railway, development will be pushed wilh vigor,
and we shall have ail the copper we
want. "It is hard to say," added Senator Turner, "when the smelter will he
built, but I am certain in my own mind
Ihat a smelter will be built at lhe fulls
near Matysville at no very distant date."
"I suppose you have found both Kootenays rather quiet during this trip?"
asked The Herald man.
Well, yes, quiet, hut at the same
time there is an ail of solidity which is
noticed more and more each time one
cornea into this province. Cranbrook
bas made wonderful strides and your
people seem so contented with your
town's future, that it gives one unbounded confidence in your town and district.
and leads me to believe you have one of
the richest mineral districts In the norlh
west at your doors."
COLON   LEITCH   INJURED.
Wm Strack By • Pole While Wan-blag
Some Men Catch Horses.
Kverybody knows Colon I,eitch, and
everybody knows that if there is one
thing Colon loves it is a ruyuse.
He was down at tlie big corral in the
linker pasture looking on while Harry
Fairfield and others were trying lo catch
an outlaw cayuse. Tbey bail driven Ihe
horses into the corral antl were walking
them up into the corner hy means of a
loug pole, when one of Ihe hoises swung
around and In an attempt to jump the
pole struck it with great force, knocking
Harry Fairfield over niid stunning bim,
while the end of the pole swung and hit
Colon over the ear, causing concussion
of the brain.    Al   Doyle,   passing  iu  a
buggy, picked him up and liicouipntiy
with William I-amh brought him in mi
unconscious conditiou lo Dr. King'.*-.
oflice. Afler the wound was dressed he
was removed lo tbe bosptlal where it
whs ihought an operation would he necessary 11s the skull appeared to he fractured, but afler lhe swelling had subsided sufficiently it was discovered that the
bruise, although quite « severe one, was
not dangerous. On Tuesday he was 1
moved lo his home, and we are glad to
lie able to report that he is doing nicely,
although it may be tome daya before he
will be around again.
Colon ia a favorite with everybody and
his dangerous condition cast a gloom
over the entire town.
DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
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Jm O Y I e|
FROM THE CONSTABULARY
New, Note, From Ike Nlienl Cily
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i|l1i«H1HH((lilt(IIIH
Improving On Nature
Is one of the functions of the tailor. By his art he makes
up for deficiencies of shoulder, chest, etc It is our business
to do that, and more. We not only make perfect fitting
garments which set off a good figure and improve a poor
one, but we put material in our suits which some tailors
would not think of selling at less than double our price.
Leask & Henderson
The 30th Century Tailors, Cranbrook, B. C.
Notice Is heieby given that the partner?
ibip heretofore existing between the
undersigned has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. All claims against
tbe aald partnership, Including thc personal debt* ofthe junior member, Frauk
VanDecar, aie to be paid hy the senior,
h- O VanDecar, and all monies owing
to the said partnership will he ct I.cried
by L, B. VanDecar.
Dated at Cranhrook this 12II1 day of
June, 1901.
U B   VmiD-car.
Frank VanDecar.
THK NKW COURT HOUSK.
Some months ago tlie lot lietween llie
Moyie Leader office and Mr. Bailey's
cottages was purchased, as a site for the
court house, partly by the government
ami partly by public subscription
Tenders for the construction ofthe build
ing where called for n short lime ago and
Messrs. Downey Sl Neiileg, of Port Sleele
where the successful bidders. I-ast week
work clearing the ground and excavating
for tbe building was done, utul this week
work on the sltuctiiie n <s commenced.
The building is to be a ..our llio use and
jail combined, the former 28x31 feet mid
the latter i6xiK. The courthouse will
cot-tain a c< urtrooni, a magistrates aud
jailer's room, while the jail will be fitted
up wilh three cells aud a conidor, the
walls of which wilt he six inches thick.
The building, which is to he oue and a
half sloiies high, is to be finished by the
ist of August and when completed will
he a structure uf which Moyie may well
Iw proud,
CORNISH  ROCK  DHI1.I,.
Last week a party composed of J M.
Holiliau, of lhe firm of Hulmun Bros.,
W, Bennett, of the fiuu of Bennett Sons
Sl Co., both of Camhourne, Cornwall,
Kngland, and K Machin, agent for the
Ileum U Fuse Co., of Victoria, B.C.
visited Moyie for the purpose of introducing Dolman's patent Cornish Roi-k
drill. The machine waa invented hy
Mr. Iloliuaii aud surpasses many of the
drills uow in use in thiscouulry, as the
Kami and the Iogi-rsol, The Holuian
drill has a much greater working capacity, is less complicated and has st lunger parts than the drills mentioned above.
It is made of solid steel aud is standard
gauge. The drill is extensively used in
Transvaal. Mexico, Brazil, India and San
Salvador, aud is rapidly surplantiiig
other makes in British Columbia, The
machine was exhibited to the manage'
ment of the St. Kugene mine and a test
made which demonstrated to them the
economical results of iis use.
THIi ST. KUCKNK.
The St. Kugene is now running full
force and has beeu doing so for the past
month. Monday last was the pay day
and resulted in quite n pyun of money be
lug put in circulation. Kverything is in
full swing and the prospects for a good
season's work aie bright.
TIIK  AURORA.
Tom Rader, the owner ofthe Aurora
mine, is uow in Spokane, hut O. J,
Johnson his partner is still hard at work
on the pioperty which is certainly a rich
one. The tunnel is now in over 350 feet
and the same showing is in the face.
CI.AIM  AT  KITCIIKNKR.
Charles Diamond, who discovered the
galena vein near Kitchener, and wilb
Scott aud Mills owned it, hns sold his Interest in tbe property to R. Johnson, of
Moyie. It is the internum to work the
claim this summer aud start shipping nn
soou as possible.
INTItRhATlONAI,  IIOTtil,  PA NO"..
Last Monday evening, a dance was
given at the International hotel by the
proprietors Messrs. Frith Sl Hamilton.
A large number of persons were present
il passed a very enjoyable evening.
About 12 o'clock light refresh men I b
were served, after which dancing wns ri -
sumed and kept up until the early
morning hours.
KOOTKNAV IIOTIH,.
The Kootenay hotel is uow nearly
completed and will he opened by a grand
hall on Friday evening. The house is
lhe best in the town, being iu every way
lirsl-cluss and slaii:is second to none in
the Kootenays.
C.KNKKAI,  NOTKS.
J. A. Harvey the lawyer, of Fort
Sleele, was iu lown Tuesday.
A. B. Cowan, of Call, Unt., was iu
lown 011 Sunday last.
Ben Fov, one of the men at ibe St
Kugene mill, who has been sick in the
St. Kugene hospital iu Cranbrook, Is
again iu town.
Government agent Armstrong, of Fort
Steele, held court in Moyie on Saturday.
Manager Cronin, of the St. Kugene, is
having a cottage built near lhc oflices.
It is his intention to bring his family
here for the summer moot Iih,
T. T. McVittie. P, L. S., was In town
Inst week doing Homework for tbe Moyie
Lumber company.
J. Wilson, public school inspector of
Vancouver, was in town on Saturday
last ou professional business.
Work on the new saw mill is steadily
pmgrrssiug.
A number of Moyie people went to
Cranbiook last Saturday to attend the
Corpus    Cbrlsti  services   at   the    St.
Kugene 111 ins ion.
Letters Which Will Prove of Interest
to Cranbrook People
FROM  TWO   OF   OUR  OLD  BOYS
SlkliU   BV   A   FRBIUHT.
Are Hurried to the Front the Day
Following Their Arrival in
Cape Town.
SAMMV   RAJOTTE   GETS   POETICAL
The following letters, from Iwo Ctaubrook boys wbo left with the South
African Constalmlar), will prove of interest to their many friends here The
second letter is characteristic of Sammy
Rajotte:
Cape Town, S. A., Apr. 25, 1901.
My Dear Simpson: lust a line, old
until, more for Auld Lang Syne (ban lhat
I have anything new, interesting or
startling to give you. Our long, monotonous siege came lo an end this morning
and despite the fact that our prospects
ate Kiugersdorp, DeWet uud Mauser
bullets tight on the jump, I think every
body was about as well pleased lo see
the turf as some of us will he to Hee old
Canada again iu about lour years from
uow, and 1 reckon that's flaying considerable, One's lirst impression of this
country is certainly not ofthe silkiest,
although the hay, with its in.iiiy
and variegated sailing crafts is fair lo
look upon. The general prospeel is
bleached ami bariett looking, with no
vegetation to break tl e monotony.
Looking from Ihe ship it reminds me of
Baker street before Jack Breckenridge
licked il into shape, am] as for farm produce I would venture to say that the
Cranhrook race track call discount this
whole continent. Of course I may be
wrong in my opinion ofthe country, but
thai is the way It "looka froui the road."
Siuce passing Cape Verde islands absolutely nothing has occured, only heat,
heat, heat, and sometimes a little more
bent. There are ijuite a few troop ships
here, from Kngland and Australia, and
we Bcem to tie the heel ofthe hunt. Today we received our lifles, bayonets,
belts, bandoliers, haversacks, water but
ties, canvas sheets and 1501 minds of mn
u nil tuu, and tomorrow at 9 a.m. we entrain for Krugersdurp where tbey have
bad 35 days' steady fighting, and expect
considerable more, so that we peace
makers may get alt we want of peace
making. I guess they have a different
system of making peace in thia country
to that generally followed, at least it
strikes some of us tbat way. Old Jim
Henderson and Sammy Rajotte ure in
the pink of health, and tat as butter, of
coutse. They are delighted at the prospects of getting Into action so soou.
Tbey both wish to be kindly remembered
to ail llieir friends. Say, Fred, send
along The Herald; we haven't beaid
from Cranbrook for ages. Regards to
all. Yours liver,
F. C. R dikiu.
Dear Friend Simpson: Rankin she
wilte you nnd I'll link 1 make you a few
lines. I am on top to the ship yel, and
so fur I cau see the plat*. I'll ihought
for like to live in there; she got the big
moutati here, so high you cau't nee the
top, I dou't want to toll vou nothing,
for us fellas she all go at the Iront. I
guess Frank is toM you all about, I'm
glad for that 1 mak long write to you
next lime, aud halso told how much
Boer I'll kill him- This letter she short
for Frank she toll him all the uewa and
don't want to give me the chance for
wrote you some more.
Wi* g t the small liuglo liny, ineliy ilie stand four
toot,
Ami li-ivry inurahig heariy iliuluaku Iilm loot,
tout, loot,
I Ink ull right U|mii tlm ilny tor li«u tlmt luigle
call,
ltut wlien blid piny iiefum iiayitalu I dun't Mil
tli.it at ull.
Wt< Itulm uot tli* Hue caplatm), by gusli, llio
linivulutnl when
lies toll llllil us ubout tlm froUl II mak tlmliulr
uu I'm).
Hhe-Hmake hlm Frank Uie corporale; lij gotlll
tin's till! line man;
lies make nn* go on mri*. fatigue anil grense. me
all lay liais.
,11111 Ih'iul-mun, iiu''*! my iwriuure, ami slu**
wash all tho sihmu,
Anil whon I'll r,ni dono ulle awl fo. k he's ilrl**.l
I1I111 up ilatu sunn.
They nay tlio itoers she Is lnut man, wu'ii get it
In the neck,
Unt If alien Iry tor hit ine tliera I'll rnlther —
Now all you I). C. sujer liian Just listen nlmt I
speak,
Hii|i|iom yon come South AM**a you nluli got
lumn! iium i|Ulck.
We dot hlin pollutes sojer mau, Iim- fella, i.x
foot tall,
Hal's lliuiBlUlunm, ami taukib ala i, hm wear
no iisnls at ull.
Of course tlm I llrUh man'* tliu besl, tnlte. all the
row he can,
llut when he's want Ior catch DeWet he's [olil
tho It, 0. man
I'm very sorry spoke like this, my
frien, aud if you dout believe he so you
can ax Frank Rankin herself or Jim
Henderson. So long, Fred, I'm the big
hurry for catch the front. Give my gard
All the hoys. I remain,
Sam Rajotte.
Rich i Infer finds have been made in
the Lanleuu, Grand Forka and Republic
camps.
Notice.
Horces branded LD on right hip are
tbe property of the Canadian Pacific
Railway company. Any person detaining same will be prosecuted. 10 4
M. J. McDonald Meets His Death Ib tie
Yards Early Monday Morilaf.
M J. McDonald, an employe o( Robinson & McKensie's sawmill, wns struck
end kil'ed by an incoming train from
the east at an early hour Monday morning.
Just how the accident happened is
a matter of conjecture, as it was very
lark at the time, and the engincmen
saw nothing of a man on the track, but
the supposition in that McDonald was
silling on the platform when struck by
the engine. His body was not discovered
until the engine had taken the train to
Ihe lower etui of the yards, and bad relumed for the caboose, which was stand-
i ft iu front of the station. One of tlie
brakemen, while just ready to throw the
switch near the station platform, noticed
the mangled remains lying hut a few
feet away, and hurried up town for assistance. Several parties from (he Cosmopolitan returned witb lhe brakeman
lo the scene of (he accident, and upon
finding that McDonald was past all
earthly aid, his remains were gathered
up aud taken to Campbell's undertaking
rooms, from which place Ibe fuueral
occured Monday afternoon.
Tbe deceased was about 4u years of
age, and leaves u wife aud live children
near Sidney, C. B. He had l>een woik-
nig at the saw mill for some time aud
Mr. Robinson spoke ofhim iu tbe highest terms us u workman.
WILL CELEBRATE JULY 1
Funeral ol Clyde Baraey.
Mr. and Mrs, Cliff. Barney, accompanied hy Mr, and Mis. G. M. Barney,
relumed last week from their uld home
in Richmond, Vermont, whither tbey
bad taken the body of their son, Clyde,
who was hilled uu the Crow a few weeks
ago, for burial. Iu writing ol tbe fiinci-
il of Clyde Barney, the Richmond
Gazette had the following:
Tbe fuueiiil party reached here Saturday uight on the midnight train and
was met al the station by several of our
townspcoble and the casket conveyed to
thc I'liivrsalisl church, where the fuueral was observed Sunday at 11:30 a.m,
Rev. Alonzo Chase officiating. Six
young men, Arthur Boswlck, Fred Kenyon, Clayton and Merlon J. Salmis,
Leon and liarl Hall, friends of the deceased, acted as bearers, while the sad
rites weie uuder the direction of Undertaker Green, The casket and pulpit
where laden wiih llowets, conspicuous
among which was 11 floral pillow in
white wilh (he word "Clyde" in blue,
lhe offering of several of his Iriends bere.
Music was furnished by a quartet composed of Mrs. T. W. Towers, Mrs. F. 11.
Ftagg, ti. T. Jacobs and F. H. Flagg.
The church was completely tilled, extra
seals having to be brought in. Tbe in*
torment was in Riverview cemetery.
The deceased, until he left for his western home, in Cranhrook, B. C, resided
in this village aud was for a lime employed at the condensing factory. Of a
sunny nature he won many friends and
all will regret his untimely and sad fate
and sympathize with his stricken parents
in this loss of ibcii only child.
Arrangement are Being Made For a
Monster Blowout.
FINE  LIST  OF  ATHLETIC  SPOUTS
Including: a Series of Football Contests for the Beattie Cup and
Eleven Medals.
WILL ALSO BE A  BASEBALL GAME
To Buffalo far $74.80.
The C. P. R. is selling round trip tickets from Craubrook  to Buffalo for $76
Cull on Agent Coleman for particulars.
Corpus Cbrlsll at the Mlsslea.
Kach year, in lhe motilb of June, tbe
feast of Corpus Chrisii is celebrated at
St. luigcut Mission by the Indians of tbe
Kootenay and Shuswap tribes. Last
Sunday the feast was held as usual, aud
about 500 dusky Redmen. women and
children, from all points iu Kast and
Weal Kootenay, gathered at the Indian
village lo participate.
A number of Ctaubrookers drove over
and spent the day iuthe beautiful valley
enjoying tbe picturesque scene enlivened
and brightened by the many colored
costumes of tbe Indians. At 3 p.m. n
procession was formed and the Indians.
followed by tbe priests, m irehed over
the village, ever now aud then passing
under arches made of evergreens Kvery
few minutes a Bring party of Indians
fired a salute, and at different points on
the line of march, where attars had been
erected, Ibe whole procession kuelt iu
prayer. At tbe close of thc parade tbe
procession returned to the church, where
after singing a hymn, tbey departed.
As several cameras were much in evidence, iu a few duys we shall probably
see pictures ol tbe gathering from many
poinis of view.
Tke Football Uame.
Probably one ol the warmest football
games ever played In Cranhrook was th
one between tbe seniors and juniors at
the athletic grounds last Thursday
livening, for lhe medals which were offered ai pttzes in the sports oa tbe 27th
of May, at which lime lhe same teams
competed without either side scoring.
Not. a little feeling existed between the
members of hoth teams, as the juniors,
elated over their success iu shutting the
seniors out on the 27th, where going to
teach Ihem a few points aboul the game
that tbey were not next to, while ou the
other hand the seniors were equally determined to show the other fellows
where to bead iu. Ahout 150 people
shivered through a very raw evening to
watch tbe game, and needless to say lhe
sympathy of almost the entire crowd
was with the juniors, and wben the
younger chaps made but the faintes ex
cuse for a good play, the way that crowd
yelled and guy ml the senior would have
made a band of Comancbes mm green
with envy. But the gujing only made
thc seniors play heller ball, nnd wheu
time wss up the score stood 4 to 0 In
Iheir favor,
That Dominion Iiav will Ik* celebrated
iu Craubrook this year in a main er « i*i
is characteristic of everything that the
citizens of thla town undertakes, is now
an assured fact. The Crnnbrook root-
ball club has leased the grounds fiom
the Turf and Athletic association for
July 1, and intend holding .. monster
athletic meeting, Ht which there will he
football anil baseball games, foot rtces
for the amateur championship of Bast
Koutenay for the several distances, bicycle races ami other athletic sport.*,, besides a good list of Indian contents The
variaus committees are working hard.
and if work counts lor anything, the
meeting will be « great success.
A varied program and good sport is
promised. One of the most notable features wilt be the football game* for the
championship of Boat Kootenay Tbere
will probably !>« f.,ur teams enter for
Hiis event, the prizes being the Beattie
cup, valued at $75. and 11 medals, and
rumor states that Kimberley and Fernie
will both uiake an effort to secure the
coveted trophies, and give tbe home
team a hard light. Arrangements aie
alto completed to have a first class baseball team on the grounds to play the
Cranbrook Baseball club, the Infer having very kindly consented lo help the
football boys out in their meeting No
expense is being l|KU*ed tu have bolh
tbe football and baseball games the
clo-wst and most exciting ever adtnessed
in Cranbrook, aud. every Inducement Is
Iteing offered to bring lhe strongest
players here.
The foot races are ns fellows: ico
yards, 320 yards, half mile, and hurdle
race, and these, with other contests nre
open solely lo amateurs. Several of llie
Craubrook football boya sre in training
for these events, and last times are predicted. Moyie, too, has some hot runners coming, amongst them Hanna and
Beale, both record sprinters.
Altogether tbere will a grand da\'s
sport. Special rates are being provided
for by rail, and it is expected there will
be a big attendance of visitors. Tbe
prizes are cosily and handsome, several
being donated hy local gentlemen who
remember the days wben they used 10
do the 100 yards in in second-, flat—or
thought ihey did—and want to give
their assistance in other ways now tho*e
days on the cinder path are over There
is talk of a veterans' race, and we would
like to see it. Witb Hutch, lit. King,
Beattie, Old Min Simpson and one or
two others, there would bt.- such a crocking bot finish that tbe judges would
bave tbeir work cut out spotting ihe
winner.
Such a meeting as is being organised
deserves support, and it remains with
Cranhrook's loyal citizens to give it that
Support   by   their    attendance   and   by
bringing their friends.
Any communications regarding eiiiiit-s
and particulars for the races and games,
or for atrangements for   the day should
be addressed to the secretary, J J Hunter, of the Canadian B.ink of Commerce,
Cranbrook.
The Wara-zraph Company.
The Waragraph company, winch
showed in the ball Friday and Saturday
evenings, did not attract as good honses
as the merits of the entertainment deserved. The views, with hut few exceptions, were plain, and were heyot.il a
doubt Ibe best yet seen in Cranbrook
The Queen's fuiietal procession was pic
tuied in very good shape, and the must
noted personages weie easily discernible,
while the comic pictures created a great
deal of amusement among tbe old aud
young alike. Several Britishllour war
picturers were also shown, but were
rather dim, and of mi. b a iidturc as to
cause broad smiles to appear upon the
faces of four or 6ve Strathcona boys in
the audience. But lhe slide that, without a doubt, won more applause than all
others was one shown 011 S-iturday evening, on which was printed in large letters,
that old, sweet song, "Hutch—lusur-
once,"       	
Hotel at Old Tows.
Oliver Burge, one of Ibe best known
hotel keepers in South K.ist Kooleiiay,
left yesterday morning for Perry Creek,
where he has leased the big hotel building
at Old Town, and will open up a first-
class hotel tbere. He is having the
place thoroughly overhauled and lias
taken in a large amount of supplies, and
expects to lm ready for business by the
first ot July. The house will lie known
as ihe Perry Creek hulel. CRANBROOK  HERALE
Editor and Proprietor.
TKI'.MS UK SUU*-OI!UT10N:
Tlte Heralil tii'ilre** tu ttlve thr uisws of tlu'
district, if yuu Know any aboul y*>ui tu»n
juiir iiiiu-c* ui your 1 eut*lr, seuil ll to li.li .-.Ike.
Success depends upon a liberal
patronage of printing officcs.—John
Jacob Astor.
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i*-i Pre
session of the legisluturf. w lm li provides
a-s follow1--, vi/*-—
* g I'u—i'liiptors of crown lands.
whether in arrears in payment "f Inslal*
un nts of purchase mouey oi nol, who nt
tin* time of coming into force of th'8 acl
have obtained cetlifieutea ol improvement, or who shall have obtained
certificates of Imptovement within
twelve mouths thereafter, shnll on
conforming with the provisions of
the ''land act,*1 except »s hereby
altered, he entitled to obtain crown
grants of their pre-emption claims upon
■om^letiuK pajtneutflof purchase money
at the laie o! .seveltty-tive cents per iiae.
and cro-m grant tees, which pigments
may be made us follows;
"Twenty-five i enls pel acre ou or lie-
tore the 3ist day of December, 1901;
"Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the .villi day of June, ly 12;
"and tlu- rruit-Utling—
--Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the 31st day of Decembfi, lyoj mid
without any fui titer paymeutol tnieiesi
ur arrears ol luterest."
VV S. GORE,
Deputy commissioner ot lands and works.
Lands and woiks department,
Victoria, B, C , 1st June, 1901
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'yCo.
Nelson & Ft. Shephard R'y
Red    Mountain    Railway
Co.,
Co.
A game of lacrosse between Lethbridge
and Pernie will shortly he played here
The date hm not yet been fixed,
Jl. J Johnson, and Rev. R. ti. Still-
man   visited the mine in which the)
have 1111 itileie.st, ou Moyie creek, this
week,
Gordon Warren, ledger-keeper in the
bank here, lias been removed to Rosslaud. Mr. Browne, of Kos.-l.nnl takes
his place
School Inspector Wi'aoti was in town
this week inspecting ihe public schools
He left for Michel oti Wednesday, where
it is expected a school wil! he started
Immediately after the holidays.
iim 11 li uk operations iu Fernie are
moving rapidly ihests days. About a
dozen new houses have been erected iu
the woods at the norlh end, and four
more nre in course of erection below
recreation grounds.
Thirty-four new ovens ure now well
under way, atul good progress i.s being
made on forty or fifty more.
The movement 011 foot now for some
time for a co-operative store in town,
seems at last to have been successful,
und we understand that the new business will be opened in a building iu tbe
Old Town next week.
The Inquest on the body of Stephen
Rowan, who died from Ih.* effects of
burns which he received while wurkiug
in llie mine, wus held 011 Monday lasl
Tbe evidence clearly showed that lhe
man wus entirely responsible for the accident, having violated the rules of tbe
mine, and lhe jury accordingly brought
in u verdict to tnut effect.
FORT   STEELE   ITEMS.
From fort itteelti ivosimulor,
A  number  of home  seeker* were  in
owu durlug tbe past week.
Business is picking up; the merchants
■re wearing a Kootenay Central smile.
A prospecting outfit left Steele lor the
St. Mary's river district on Friday,
The next regular meeting uf tbe
license commissioners lor Soulh Ivasi
Kooleiiay wiil be held June 15II1.
Thirty five uew locations were reported
in the Fort Steele mining division dur-
111 the month ot May, S nee the lirst of
January, lyui, 4ix» certificates of work
bave been recorded. During the month
of May 500 miuers' licenses were issued
by lhe miuing recorder al Port Steele.
Mr. John Cmngaii. who lias 1 rauch
on Six Mile creek, while sowing grain,
found a gold dollar which was dated i860.
It waa probably lost by some old lime
prospector In the early sixties. Mr.
Violet who came down from Boulder
cieek nu Thursday reports the finding ol
a tree bearing the following inscription:
P, Sl II , Aug 5th, 1864, The tree is sit
Hilled on the Boulder creek summit.
I'ruvlnclsl Notes.
At Yule, on June 3, ibe Fraser river
was 37  feel 6 inches above low  water
mark.
The mail stage from camp McKitiuey
to Greenwood lefl the road while descending Jolly Jack creek, about live
miles east of camp McKitiuey, on June
3, instantly killing Andy Kirkland, the
driver, and seriously injuring two pus
scngers.   The two horses were killed.
Tbe grocers of Nelson have organized
under the name of the Retail Grocers
association, their objects being to protect themselves ngalnst bad debts, to
arrange discounts with ibe   wholesale
bouses nml to decide on a uniform scale
of piiees for staple articles.
The orchard* around Nelson are Buffering by deer feeding on the lender shoots
ofthe trees. There are reveral lender
shoots in Cranbrook suffering from ibe
effects of too many deals.
Tin* Alexandria dial mines, at Nana-
in o, wil be opened al ouce wiih a full
for *e of miuers.
Moyie people are complaining because
the contract for building ihe new government buildings in that town were let
to Port Sleele contractors,
The lath lem K,i*Iii a e building a
13000 chucrli.
Tr.'Ut Lake Cily will celebrate Domlu
ion Day.
Notice lo I're-timptors of Crowa Lands.
The attention of Pre emptors of crown
lands is hereby called to an amendment
to tbe "laud act," passed at the last
Department of Mines.
NOTICB.
Canadian Cunitngcui bxempllon Acts.
All returned South African volunteers,
wbo have not already done so, are requested to communicate with the undersigned without delay, as nl**u tbe next ol
km of those deceased or those who have
not yet returned lo British Columbia, or
any other persons interested in mining
pioperties held by such Volunteers. The
latest date possible for receiving applications for exemption nude: the above
acts will be tin* 1st July, proximo.
RICHARD McBRIDK,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines,
Victoria. B  C , 3rd June, 1901,
Notice.
Tako notice thai I have implied to the ulilcf emir
inlssloncr 01 lands uut) works, at Victoria, it. r,
im* a sjit'tiiii iii-i-iisi* tn ent ami carry away timber mi nml fiinii Um following described vacant
crown lands hi lhe district at Smith Kasl Knot-
fliiny, II. V* •■  Coiiiiuenolnfi ntnpu.it plamoU un
tlm wesi Hi f i.ni Bill, (iroiin 1, Koolcnay Dis*
trict, mul about one inilu smith of tlio uortli-
west corner nf tin- snid lot, uml which past Is
marked "Alex. Moltoil s s. 1;. onrnur," tltciice
west »i rlinltis more or less, tlienue norlli iiti mt
-in cliiitiH in iin- soutli stiii* ol Un* Klk river,
thence nortli- eaiterly, following tlte south sidn
or tliu snlil river iiiiuiit '.11 chains to n pulni due
uortli of tlie sultl nnrtIt-west corner 01 tlw .1 11
tui. tbence suutli abntil l'i olialns totlw place of
beitliinlng, coitlalnliij! i» 0 acres more or less,
Dated tlio aoth day of May, a I). iwn,
Al.l*:X. MO I'l'ATT,
Notice.
Take notice Unit 1 iiavu made uiiplirailon to
the chief commissioner uf lamls and works, nt
Victoria, 8. 0. for n siicolal llueuau to unt ami
carry awny timber on ami Hum the fotiowhifi
described vacant crown lands in the dUtr!a;of
Hon h 1 ;i t Kootonay, ll. ('.* C-mniiiouolng at a
liost iilanted iiboiit one mils soutli of tlu- south
bank of tno Iiih nver, In tlie siild   district, an 1
ml Hu
ll If 1
1 tlie 1
it tlm snid rivor, umi -.-.ii-.-ii post is marki
"lory [low's N. W corner." tln*in*e easl
.'iiiiliis. tlienee south so chains, thence wesi
clialus, thenoo nortli iwuhnln-t to the |ilm*e
lift; im iimi, cmittiiiiliiK tHo acres nmru ur les-t.
Da,«ltho80didiiyof May, A, li. itwi.
cnitv now
Notice.
Take nolloe llial 1 have iippllod I" lhe chlei
coiiiiiiidalmier ut lands ami works at Victoria, 11.
t'.,fnra sncrlal ilpciiso to out mid carry nwtij
tiuibor mi mid from Ute folluwlnu deacrlbcO
vacnnl crown httids in Uio district of South tittsi
Kootenay, B C . CommciiolnR ntn post [iium
ed on tlie smith bank of tin* Lilt river In tlio sab
tltstriot, ahout oiie atid bne-lialt miles rrom tin
luinitli ul tits mid rivor, and walel si is man,.
ctl "V, It. Morris■ N. li. eotner,' tm- sontl
BU elialns, theuce vra-it 80 elinlns, 1 In ucc nmtli fii
chains, tlionce on«t su chahiB to tlm place of In*
gliinltiB, contn iiBCWacres mora or loss,
iiuteii the at tli day at .May, a. i>. idm,
ti. II. MlHtltIS,
Notice of Dissolution ot Partnership.
Notice Isbercby given that the partnersliii
ii-Teiofo eaxlstlngbetween us, the itudersltfucil,
nsproprieiorsottho \Vontw«nli Imlcl, tu (,'rnu
brooR, P. II. bus ihls day been dissolved hj
nm im! consent, All (I-hts owing lo iin* mild
ii irtncr-thhi an* to in* nald to Chas I>. Vroinan
an I a I el.iims ujtnimt Ute -.aiil |.;,itaerslil|i ar.
in i><< paid li/liim,
Dated at < nmbrook, May aist. WW.
Wltists, 1 WII.I.IA.M SMITH
vv. p. i;i'IE1hi;hai;i,si». VitoMAts
Land Act Notice.
Nollco li liereliy given ihat 1 bave made up
pllcnllon to Hn* chief eoininlsslonpr -if lanits am
wurks, Victoria, B. t)„ fm' a special license 10 em
and carry away limber on ami from tin* follow
ini; dcsurllicd vacant crown lands, Initio dis
trict or Miutli Knst Kootenay, B C  in me*
Ing nl a post planted an llio norlli side of Tolu
uraph trail, ainun two miles nuuiboasl of tin
oiosshiftnfllie K11. rive by the said trail, In tin
mill ill.till, mm which posl Is marked "tl. II.
t-astlgan's s. w, corner imst," thence nonh im
elialns, ilieneo east to iba ns, llieneo soutli va
elinlns, tlicnoe west sn clmlns to place or beginning, containing iwwacro.1 nmn* or loss,
Dated tho and day nr.May. 11101.
JOHN ll.COHTKtAN,
Land Nolice.
'J lilriy days nftor date 1 Inieml lo apply t.
Plilcf t-oiiimlsslouor i-f Uuals and Works f.-i
penalsslon to purclinso ihe following dosL-rlbci
land 1 Comtnoncing nl the north easl corner 0:
Thus. Leusk's |iri'-i*ni|ii|imoii I'e ry Creek run
luu east III elialns. them-e smith SOolialllS, tlienn
went -Hi elialns tin-neo nor li mo elinlns to |mlnl a.
rniiimeiieeilicnl.
Chester McAdam,
Chas. Estmere
Real Estate and Mines
Kimberley, B. C.
Modern
Printing
*
At the	
Herald Office
'i'he only nil r:iil mute between all
point's limit, West and South to.,..
ROSSLAND,
NELSON ,01
Intermediate Points.
Connecting Ht
SPOKANE with the
(ire-it Northern, Northern Pacific
and 0. R. **•: N. Company.
Connect. Rt
Nelson  with  Steamer for Kaslo
und All Kootenay   Lake Points,
Myers Palls with Stage Daily for
Republic, and
Connects tMlv
At    Bossburg   Stage   Daily   for
Grand porks and (ireenwood.
II. A. JACKSON, Oen. Pass. A|l.
CANADIAN
Pacific
Railway
Direct route to all
points 	
East 5 West
First-Class Sleepers, Tourist Cars
and Dining Cars.
Through tickets to England, the
continent, Australia, China, Japan.
Cranbrook Trains
Depart Arrive
7:50 daily     West      daily (6:10
I6;I0
J 3.-00
East
Kimberley
7:50
13:50
Kimberley trains  on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and  Saturdays.
Por lime tables and full Information, call on
or mlilit*sn nearest local agent.
B. J. COYLB C.E.C01.EMAN,
A. 0. P. A. Agent,
Vancouver, B.C. Cranbrook
J. S. CARTBH, D. P. A., Nelson, B. C.
Lind Act Notice.
Tako nntlce llim I hiivi* npptlcit to llio chief
cotniitl-ttl met »f lauds ntul worhBHt Victoria, It,
i'.i fur n apcclal llci'iisi? to cut mul carry nwny
iiiiiiiir mi nml from tlie following descrllwd
v.icaw crown Iftiidn, In Uie (listrlct uf Soutli Hast
ICootwiny, ll, i'. CoinineiieliipE ut u inst iilnnled
.■t Um north iv. st corner of lot arw, group i,
ICuoienu) lilsulct; ntiii wiil N |to»i is mnrked
■'I'Mwani ratlin's s, w. ctnnor posl," Uienco
101 tli laSclialtm, tlienee end mi i'lmins, tlienee
-uitli iafli'lmiiiB.iiiencinu'iit bo clmliw, to place
of beginning containing iix*u acres mon* or'
Untctt tin* 2nil tiny of May, A. fl. l«it.
KDWAItJ) tAllM.I,
Land Act Notice.
Take notlceilial 1 have applied tn tin* clilafcom
mis loner ni lands anu works ut Victoria, it.«.,
for a sppcfal Hciwe iu cut and carry away llin*
■ici mi and from tliu fnllowlng ilt-sorllicd vnoanl
down iatiils Iii the district or -siintli Ifnst Kiwlo*
»ay. lit', liomtnciiolng at a posl plauteil on
Ui<* uortli side of Telugrni'Ii trail, alinut tli
nlles sot thrust of the er ■■sslns nf the i*:ik river
iy tlm sum trail, In Die said district iindwliloli
limit i-. marked •<'. P. • 'itclly's s. \v. corner
."■st,"' iiiencu iniriii 1.6 elinlns, thence east 80
•Jmli.H, tlicuco soiitli 133 ciiiiltli, thciieewe
•Iniltis 10 place id beginning, L*outatni.ig iouu
teres 1 i* or less.
Dated Uie and day nf .May, idol
li P. O'KKMA',
Land Act Notice.
Tnku nolice tlmt I lmve'applied to the chief
"iiiiitiiihsiiiiii'i* or lands and works al Victoria,
.1. ('., for a special license tn cut a d curry amiy
lUttber <*ii ami from the following described
, licit ul crown binds in tin* iiutrloi of Houth i*::wi
Kootfiiiay, It, 0, ( omnium Iiih at s post pit n *d
mi tin* norili side of relogrnpli trail, ahutit three
nlles Boulhcnsl "f tin* crossing of the Elk river
iy tliu said Irull In the said tllsirlot, nnd which
.■list is marked "l„ Diesel s N, \V. comer post,
heiicp south iiii chnins, llieneo east ?o oliiilus,
hOiiee no Hi Uti e aim, IhoiiCi) Weal wi elialns lo
id iee or beginning, oonti tnlng 1000Bores more or
Hated the ami ilny of Alny, IWI.
Land Acl Notice.
Take ludleo Unit 1 hnvo applied lo llio chief
cot fsahmorof lands ami works ut Victoria,
it. I'., for a sjicuhll license in cul ami rarij away
ilmher un ami fr  thu following described
lacnnl crown lumls, In thu district or Soutli
Rast Kuntcnny, Coiniiienelug al a it-ost piniitetl
ni the smith Bldu of Telcgraidi Trail, itliont ono
Imlf mile soutli of the crossing of the Klk rivur
ti) tin- said Huil, in tin* said district, ami which
past Is marked -W. W. I le's N   B, corner
jmst, thence smith i.r. olmltis, thenee wesi *a
•Iiains, llience mirth IVGehnliis, iheuce cast B0
chains tn ihe place nf beginning, containing 1000
.-res ntnre or less.
Dated iliu oth day or May, A. It. 1001,
W. \V   UOIIt.E.
Timber Notice.
Notice is liereliy given that 1 linve applied tn
e chief aomtnlssloncr of lands and norksfor
poriillsslon to cut and cany away ilmher from
tlio'fiillow'ing tioierlhotl lands in Houih Kast
Kuntenny. rominouclngat n iiostpiiirked .1. il.
Mc.Muliin'H sonih enst comer plnntod near I'nl in
ei'i liar cieck and the I'ayro 1 .Mining Comput?
wagon rnad, thonco imrth 126 chains, tlienee
ue-t so elinlns, thenee lotitlt vih chains, iheuce
"HlSt WO ell lltlS  in place  nl DOgllWlllg, viUllllllllllg
1000 acres more or loss.
Dated at L'riinti oo|;, li. C„ tills Oth day of
May, 1001. j. ii. Mo.mullin,
Canadian Pacific Railway Lands
The Canadian Paclllc Railway Company control a large area ol the choicest farming and ranching lands
in the Kootenay District. The prices range from Si.oo to $5.00 an acre, the latter being for first-class agricultural lands.   These lands are readily accessible by the Crows Nest Pass Railway.
Terms of Payment
The -.(ire-ate amount ol principal and interest, except in the
case ol lands under $2,50 an acre, Is divided Inlo len Instalments as
shown In Ihe table below; the first to be paid at Ihe time ot purchase, Ine second one year Irom dale ol Ihe purchase, the third in
Iwo years and so on.
The lollowlnf table shows Ibe amouni ol the annual instalments
on 160 acres al dilferent prices under the above conditions:
IMI acrs at $2.50 per acr, Ist Instalment $50.05   9 equal Inlal'ls al $50.00
3.00     " •• 71.00 " 60.00
3.50     " •• 8.1.00 •• 70.00
4.00     » " 05.85 •* 80.00
4.50     •• " 107.85 " 00 00
5.00     •• « 10.85 " 100.00
04
U
00
U
4.0
Kim ber lev *s "1C husincss an(l sh<pp'ns point 'or the
■'  North Slar and Sullivan mines.
BEAL & ELLWELL, Townsite Agents.
Cranbrook IS ""* t"v's'ona' P°'nl °' die Crows Nest Pass
Railway and the commercial centre of South
East Kootenay.
V. HYDE BAKER, Townsite Agent.
For maps and further information apply to Agents as above or to 1
F. T. GRIFFIN, Land Commissioner, Winnipeg.
Lands under $2.50 per acre are sold
on shorter time.
DISCOUNT POR CASH
II Ibe land Is paid lor in full at the
lime ol purchase, a reduction Irom the
price will be allowed equal to ten per
cenl on Ihe amount paid in excess ul Ihe
usual cash Instalment.
Interest al six per cent will be
cbaried In over due Instalments,
The Company has also lots for sale
In Ihe followint town sites In East Koolcnay: Elko, Cranbrook, Moyelle, Kitchener, Creston and Kimberley.
The terms ol payment nre one-third
cash, and the balance in six and twelve
montba.
rioyie's Hotel Kootenay
I  n\   A* W ^**e ")es' °' acco|no('at'ol,s
Lcci-ding" X for the traveling public.
Hotel *
McHAHON  BROS.,
Proprietors.
Notice.
Notice te lu-ieliy (riven tlmt we Imv-P mnde np-
pllcailon to tiu> riui'f commissioner of i-i-uis ami
works, at Vlitnra, for a special llucnsato cut
nnd carry nwny timber from tlio fo lowing rtc*-
crilifi vanini crown lumls In tliu district of
South Kn»! Kootenny, 11.0, i Conmiencini: at a
post planted ai llngu l>. McMillans wmlli-east
corner, an t ubout iiair it mile above tlie Junction
or Little ;*n t Biif sund creeks, nominendng at a
post marked Tliu MeNab Lumber Coy'B., (ltd.)
nortli-ensl corner post, tlienee south m citnlnH,
ilieuee weal im elialns, tlu-iiee nortli ioo clinlm,
tlienoe east 10 olialns, llience soutli en elinlns,
thenco east 120 chains to pluee of beginning,
containing lono ttures more or less.
Dated tlie 01 li day ot Mny, 11*01
TIIK McNAIl I.l'MUKU CO., LT'D.
Land Acl Notice.
Notion Is liereliy giveu that I have made application tothe rhier commissioner of lands and
works nt Victoria, It, O., for a special lionise to
out and carry away timber ou ami ftom the follow ing described vaonat crown lands in tlie district ot South Kast Kootenay, B. C. rouuuetic-
!ii; .il a I*. s' pbtnted on the south side of Telegraph trail, ainun une- half mile tnun the crosi-
In-.' id tin* Klk rivor l.y the said trail, in tlie said
district, und which post ll marked "Malcolm
Mclnnes' a. W. corner post," tlienee north 121s
chains, tbence enst 8' oh tins, thenoo south im
elinlns, llience west -SO e nuns  lo place of lie-
ginning, cnntniiilug moo iirren more or less,
Dated ( ran brook. II. C , Mny *.'iid, 1001.
MALCOLM MclNNFS.
Surveys „,	
Land Purchases,
Pre-Emptions,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract
THOS. T. McVlTTiE, P.L.S.
P. 0, Fort Sleele, B. C.
A. D. GRANT
Contractor
••' Builder dt
:::C ran brook, B C
Lend Act Notice.
Take notice tlmt I have applied to the chief
commissioner of lands uml works at Victoria, it.
('., for a s. eoiul llcens" to cut an I curry away
timber on and from the following described
vacant crown lands in tlie district of Month Knst
Kootenay, II. O, Coin lendaj nt a pint planted
ou the south side or I eh graph trail, about iwo
miles south enst nf the crossing of Uk river by
llie said trail, in the said di<trlct, an I which
post Is marked "George llllller's N. IV. corner
post," thenee H'tutli 126clialus, thenoo casino
elialns, thence norlli 1'.'-'' chains, iheuce west na
ehaliiK lo ii.nce of beginning, containing 1000
acres more or less.
Dnted the 2nd day of May, lOOi.
OtO, HILLIKIt.
BRICK
We hive si stock of
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
2 Bs
Beauty and Bargains
In Oil Paintins framed
...At Prest's
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Craabrook,
Brlllah Columbia
Those wanting chimneys, lire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick line call on
McMullin & Taylor
Tommy's City Bakery
Husband ,g\ve your wife a rest afler
the spiing cleaning. Let ns call on you
with bread. It's not as gooil as she
makes but you could stand it while ahe
reals. We have tbe best tn town and
ship to all parts ol* B. C. We can s-.pply
all demands.    "Attention" is our motto.
Thomas J. Hayhurst
J. R. COSTIGAN, Q.C
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Otllc:
'innl, of Comtui-rce HMg.
There arc a few points (0
be considered in building.
Good work,  Good   Material
and the price.
Have you talked wlltl anyone about hulldln«?
Come and tee me or let me see you. II may
do us botb good.
0. R. LEASK
Contractor.
ji********************.*****************............... „
The Cranbrook
Lumber Co.
Saw and Planing Mills
:::AT
CRANBROOK, B. C.
 ALL   KINDS   OK-
Rough and
Dressed Lumber,
Dimension Lumber,
Shingles and
flouldings.
IN STOCK OR MADE TO OHDEn.
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PELTIER is also agent for
T. LEBEL & CO. Stt HAY AND OATS
This is the supply point for South East Kootenay.
Robinson & MeKenzie.
Saw and Planing Mills
Alt Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
R. Lounsbury
Is now prepared to
deliver	
Fresh Milk	
Morning or evening to
the people ot Cranbrook
also	
Fresh Laid Eggs
Leave orders at George
Taylor's opposite the
Methodist church.
Kj-yptlan Onls lor Benliiis—small quantities M per pound; In quantities, $35 par
ton.
I
HIGH GRADE WATCHES
First class tine ol Jewelry, Clocks,
aod Silverware always In stock. ::
W. F. Tate, * ,Jewe,e
Olllclal Watch laipeclor lorC. P. f. THE   HERALD.
OLIANBUOOK,  D. 0.
Tho limiiy   thousands ol  sightseers
who visited tht> Winnipeg   Industrial
Exhibition lust yeur and were charmed Willi the high class novelties und
plutform attractions will bu pleased
to team that this year's list, will be
of an even more enjoyable description. The cream of tho variety artists in the great, metropolitan centres of the eust will he on hand to
alTord an endless d'version to the patrons of ihe big show. No effort or
expense will be spared to make up
ihe boat and musl. varied programme
thai can possibly be obtained ami
luken in iis entirety the platform i*n-
loroalnmont in point of merit und
pleasing varioty will be tho culmination    <>f colossal   lunusomoiil onlor
prise.
I   wiih Clirod of u bud I'll ho ol (Iriii
by MiNAtlU'H LINIMENT,
Sydney,  0.   11. C.   I.   I.AlUII*!.
I   wuh cUI*0d  of    loss of voice     by
MIMAHO'B   UNIMUNT.
CHAliU'M I'l.I'MMI'.li.
Yurmoutli.
1 wim cured of Smitini lllieum.'lii-.u
liy MlNAItD'S UNIMBNT,
Iturin,  Nlhl.      LEWIS S.   1IUTI-KII.
A STORY OF STORIES.
Continuity of Tltlo* tit Wink- of nioku-im
Witvi'ii Into it Un nn I n*; Title.
An inveterate Dickonsonlan uses
the following printed on a card ns a
book-mark—a continuity of Charles
Dickons' works, which in themselves
make a connected story:
ln "The Haunted House" one evening "Oliver Twist,," who hud hud
some very "Hard Times" in "Tho
Battle of Life," having been .saved
Irom "The Wreck ol the Golden
Mury" by "Our Mutual Friend,"
"Nicholas Nickleby," had just finished relating "A Message from the
■Sen" with "Two Ghost Stories" und
"A Talc ol Two Cities" to "Martin
Chuzzlewit," during which time "The
Cricket on the Hearth" hud beeu
chirping right merrily and "Muster
Humphrey's Clock" and "The
Chimes" from the adjacent tower
were also heard; "Seven Poor Travelers" nnd "Two Idle Apprentices,"
who hud been "Hunted Down" from
"Mugby Junction" for playing on
"Tom Tiddler's Ground," commenced
singing "A Christmas Carol" und recounting "The Perils of English Prisoners." "Itiirnuby Ridgo" and
"George Silverman," who were just
"Going Into Society," then arrived
from "The Old Curiosity Shop" with
"Some Pictures Irom Italy,"
"Sketches by Boz" and "A Child's
History of Kngliind," to show to
"Little Dorrlt," who haa "All the
Year Round" heen busy with
"Household Words" und "Pickwick
Papers," "Bavid CoppcrAeld," who
hud been making "American Notes,"
enlered und informed the company
that the "Great Expectations"
of "Bombey and Sou" regarding
"Mrs. Llrripcr's Legacy," hud not
yet been realized and thut ho had
Keen "Boots at the Holy Tree Inn"
inking "Somebody's Luggage" to
"Mrs. Llrripcr's Lodgings,-' in a,
street that had "No Thoroughfare,"
where "The Haunted Mun," who had
just, given one of "Pr. Marigold's
Proscriptions" to "An Uncommercial
Traveler," was brooding over "The
Mystery of Edwin Brood,"
1 lii> Kiim'** (in iii fit.
An inspection of the gardens at
Sundringhum cannot fail to be ol
deep interest at any time of tho
yeur. Por example, says The Gardener's Magazine, so extremely fond
of pink China roses is Queen Alexandra, that 10,000 plants of the
variety Armosa were planted In the
autumn of L800, und a similar butch
the previous year. Hoses uro evidently favorite (lowers here, ns hugo
quantities are grown. One very long
border, fully four feet high, the front
being arranged and prottily planted
with rockery subjects, ennnot fail to
be of much interest during lhe dowering season of both subjects. Tho
bulk of tho roses on Hiis border are
teas and hybrid Chinas, including
such charming varieties as Papa
G on tier, LaiiratU Messlmy, Prlncoss
do Sagan, otc.    As ninny us 10,000
blooms hnve been guthered from this
border in one morning Auolher example of the requirements,troin  this
garden mny be found in Hint two
bushels ol spinach is lhe dally qiuin-
lity required the yenr round. Cuiili-
llowei's, Ino (broCCoH im'tiidcd, of
cour.se), huve not had u break in the
daily supply foi* five vears.   As much
as iM acres of kitchen gar-doit, Including eight acres of potatoes, is ua
ftbBolUtO      necessity  lo meel   the    de-
imiuds of Hie establishment.
There is many ii good wife Ihnl
lellher sing nor dunce.
Distance lends cnchnutmeiil   to tin
.■lew, without Intorosl or security.
It's a Short Road
from a cough to consumption.
Don't neglect a cough—take
Shiloh's
Consumption
Cure
when your cold appears.- The
"ounce of prevention" u
better than years of illness.
" W-u-.fi ennnot eipr-s-]* my gratitude for ths
gootl Siiu..)M'! Cumumptiun Cure liai done
mil, I luul ■ i :hronic ctiiigli—WHB in.ii dangir-
om condition. Siiu.oh cured the cough and
•avtd mc frum coiuuiflbiinit*.."
J. K. STUKGIS, Nlanra Fallm.
, Bhllnh'i OitBHUiniiUon Curs tn iold hy all
drilggUtS In CaimiU Hnd Ifnllail Htatra nl
Slar, -SOn, 91.00 » bottlo. Iu (ln*at llrltiiln
nt li. Ud., Si. 8.1., nml 4. Oil.    A print.*.!
Sunrnnta* rook with -story Imttl-t.    If .ymi
ro not nntli-tiloil go Ut yuur druggist nud «et
j our money bnck.
Write for 11 Un.tr* ted book on Coniumptioo,   Sent
without coil to yon,   S. C. Weill 4 Co., Turnout.
a nee,total.
A Toronto reporter approached o.
guest nt tho     Queen's  Motel  recently
and Inquired if h-fi was mil the gentleman whom he hud Interviewed a
few months ago In regard to his mining operations in British Columbia.
"Ves," replied tiie guest, "n pretty
mess yoti made h'of it, too. You
left h'out things thut h'l said h'utui
you put h'in things tlmt h'l didn't
say." '"Well," replied the reporter,
"1 may have left out aoino of your
altches or changed them around to
.some extent, but I'll sweat* that
otherwise 1 reported you with exaCt-
A colored preacher Upon the occasion of delivering a forceful harangue
io his congregation, sals: "1 see before me i3 chicken-thieves, Including
Willinm .Sanders," NoW, Sanders was
a handy nam With a razor, und the
parson's friends urged him to set
things rifjlit with Sunders at tho
first opportunity, The parson made
on lho next Sunday tho following
utiiiiiuucemeiii: "Brothron, nt our
hist mooting 1 made a statement
which, afler mnluro deliberation, 1
desire tu correct, realizing us I do
ihut my remarks upon ihut occasion
might uoi huve been understood correctly. Whal 1 should huve said
was: "There aru In this COUgrogation
I'd     chicken-thieves,     not    including
William Sanders."
tine of the most eiiiahrrnssin^
things coiuiccieii with a modern battle lipid is the Hhrnpnell shells. There
is imt no much danger in thoir   (ire
ns in Hint of inoileru musketry, but
Ihe SOlind      of the    slirupliel   is  much
more disconcerting and demoralizing;
Its wild -*whee-we\v-wew-wcw" sug-
gests missiles filling ihe air and coming from nil directions. A surgeon
relates that, as he wus stunding in
front of a hospital tent near where
two colored troopers were lying, ho
henrd one of them -any, as a shrapnel wound past: "I don't caro for
them Mauser bullets, for when you
hear one of thein, you know it's done
gone past, But I sho'ly would like
to know where de cannon is dut
shouts dem camp-kittles full o'
rock!"-
KICKED WX A HORSE.
ROBERT HALL OF A  KONA.ONT.,
NARROWLY  ESCAPES DEATH.
S. ruck Twin. In llie Sunn** Mure—Tin* Kidneys 'I'll filed out of llulr IS ut nru I PttS-
Itlon-Uiietors s ild.ho would Die, Yt I
Dnd-iI'M Kidney I'IIIh Cuivd Hlm.
Forest, Ont., April aa.-(Speelal)—
Probably the best known man in the
Townships of Warwick and Bosun-
quot, is Mr. Robert Hall, of Arkona.
Mr. Hall says :—
"Five years ugo lust April I was
kicked by a horse in the left kidney.
Thu doctor that treated me said Lhe
kidney had turned out of .ts place,
and I passed blood for several days.
"I (lid not get quite well irom
that until I got nuother kick, which
Caused me to puss blood aga'n from
my kidneys.
"I contliuiitl to doctor until last
fall, whea they told me 1 could not
get well and that 1 would die. ho I
quit taking iheir medicine.
"I tost tho power of iny legs, and
had to be lifted *'n and out of bed.
1 was so low that I was not expected to live from one day to the other.
"I started to take Dodd's Kidney
Pills, and from the lirst I commenced
to improve, and by the time 1 had
taken live boxes, 1 was quite well.
Dodd's Kidney Pills certainly saved
my lifo."
No more startling case has ever
tnken place in the neighborhood of
Forest, and many questions have
been asked of Mr. Hull in explanation of ilie verv BtOl'ttiUg statements
made above.
He has but one answer— "Pudd's
Kidney Pills saved my life, and that
after ull the doctors had lold me I
could mil get. better, aud that I musl
die."
Mr. Hall is certainly a living monument to the wonderful curative
properties of  Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Dodd's Kidney Pills is ihe only
remedy known to science that bus
over c'med Brlght's Disease, Diabetes,
or   Dropsy.   They never fall.
Kdiirnliau In China.
Education    of    a    certain typs    it
very general, but still thero are Vast
numbers of   countrymen   in   China
who can neither read nor write.
There is a special literary class who
alone know the literature of their
country, to the study of which ttiey
devote their lives. Thero tiro boarding schools, day schools and colleges. I&xaDtfnattotU mainly confined io nioral philosophy and literature aru held ia the prefectornl cities
of each province twlco In throo years
for the lower degree necessary as a
passport to the public service, and of
the six or seven thousand candidates
who havo cotnn forward, not more
l hau bixty cau be admitted to thn
degree of Literary (Jhuneollor, For
the higher degrees, olher exnminn-
lions are necessary. Thero Is a "Uoi
lege of Foreign Knowledge" at
Pekin, whero Furoponn liinguages,
mathematics, Balance, etc, are
taught by European, Japanese and
American professors. There are besides many Christian mission schools
whoro tlie BttgHsh language nnd lower hrnnclies of the western sclenc
me taught. The Government all
maintains naval und military colleges
und torpedo schools   at the various
arsenals   to  tench  t|i« young Chinese
modern methods of warfare,
Tlm ltrm.lt Connui.
A census of (Ireat Britain Is being
taken at almost the same timu as
our own. There aro engaged In the
work 40,OflO enumerators. Thore
the plan is to leave the schedules
with the householder for ono week,
and on a given date throughout tho
United Kingdom the enumerators
called for these papers. Whero they
had not been filled they attended to
the matter. It is estimated that
there will bo forty-one millions of
peoplo in tha British Isles at the
taking of this census; it is also estimated that the cost of taking the
census amounts to ono penny per
head of the entire population. At
this estimate tho cost of taking tho
census of forty-one million people
would bn about £171,000,
Seville Is the one place In tho
world where dancing Is a part of religion.
The cznr Is    alleged to be a most
wonderful whistler.
KINDNESS OF HE.\RT.
A TRAIT   OF CHARACTER   OF WHICH
THE QUEEN HAS ABUNDANCE-
Anecdote! Coneuro lug '*»• Contort ol Hii
Mujeiiy Klnc t-dwnrd VII Hor Mn-
J.-.ij  Wins   All   Heart t   by   Bit Inox-
prusHlblj Ltd It III till Spout;-, u, -It 1      -niii
tlio Action to tb*   Need   Praivntad to
Anecdotes concerning Queen Alexandra, aud illustrating the sympatic charm of her personality, are
numerous. As Princess of Wales
she has officiated at more public
functions aud has mingled more generally with her subjects than might
have been tho case hud her husband
succeeded to the throne early in their
married life; so that ample opportunity hns been hers to display the
Units which have endeared her so
widely, nnd the Knglisli people hav«
grown to fool intimately acquainted
with her.
A story is told concerning a visit
paid by tho Princess to Cambridge,
and of how "an    undergrndualo.    In
Imitation of Raleigh's gallantry to
Queen Elizabeth, spread his gown
on the pathway for the Pr-tncess   to
Walk on. She paused for a moment
ns ir puzzled or start led by this sudden act of superfluous devotion; but
when one of the mi llo had whispered
a word of explanation, it was charming to see how sedulously bhe liflod
her dress to show the dazzled and i'a-
Iher abashed proprietor of thc purple toga of Trinily that alio was actually sotting her foot on the gown,
bowing her acknowledgments to him
at the same time." The observer
who narrated this incident added,
concerning tho way in which ths
Princess won all hearts: "Tho truo
secret lies in the Princess' simplicity
of manner, In tlie openness and oarer
strainedness of her enjoyment. . . .
There is something inexpressibly delightful In this Kpon-tiuieousness."
Illustrative of Alexandra's kindness of heart, in which she so much
resembles the late Queen, it is told
how she entered the hall ot Marlborough House ono day shortly before Christmas, and noticed a young
girl standing there, whoso appearance
betokened delicacy and who looked
wearied. Her Royal Highness bndo
her be seated, and learned lhat -Mio
was thc bearer of some liltlo garments which had been ordered for tho
royal children. Pleased with tho
modest manner of the girl, who did
not know that tho kind and gentle
lady was the Princess, Alexandra led
tho way to her own room, where she
examined tho work and made inquiries, by which she gained the Information that the bearer had executed
most of it herself. The conversation
thus begun gradually revealed that
sho hod an invalid mother, who remained alono at homo during the
long hours when sho was compelled
to work in a shop; and that the
sewing machine rage, then new, had
made her desire to become a skillful
operator, in order lhat she might
earn enough money lo own a machine of her own some day, and thus
bo able to keep her mother company
while at work.
Tho Princess summoned a servant,
and ordered a bottle of wine, biscuits, oranges and other invalid delicacies packed and brought to her,
meanwhile writing down with ker
own hand the young girl's name and
address. Sho presented her with lhe
basket of dainties, telling her to take
them to her mother, and on Christmas morning tho latter was the recipient of a handsome sewing machine, inscribed, "A Christmas gift
from Alexandra."
Perhaps nothing more endeared
Alexandra to the people than her tenderness ns a wife. This was instanced on tho occasion now so freely quoted when, tho Princo departing
for a tour of India, she entrusted one
of her suite witli a portrait of herself, in order that on the Prince's arrival in India ho might be surprised
With the unexpected sight of his
wife's face. During his terrible illness with typhoid fever she was de-
votedness Itself,   At the crisis, which
occurred ono Sunday, tbe vicar of St.
Mary Magdalene's, Sandringham. received the following short note from
the Princess, just before the opening
of the service:
"My husband being, thank God,
somewhat better, I am coming la
church. I must leave. I fear, before
tho service is concluded, that I may
watch by his bedside. Can you not
say a few words in prayer during tho
early part of the service, that 1 may
join you In prayer for my husband
before 1 return to him?" When tho
Prince at last recovered, tho faithful
wife erected ia the church a brass
ledum, upon which is the inscription:
To tbe Olory *»f Qod, :
A thank-offering r»r Bis Mercy, :
Htli December, 1871. 1
Ali'xniulro. I
t
"When I wnn In tronlile I enllcil I
npon Uio Lord ,11111 Ho hoard me." :
Forettl of llOIWOO-t) In Tnrkoy.
The Levant   Herald  of recent days
says llmt although largo forests   of
boxwood, which is so largely used
by   wood  engravers,    exists     la    tho
neighborhood ol the villages of Kos-
IOVO and Moiiustir, Turkey, the trade
In this wood Was little known in tho
Balonlcn market iiiil il quite recently. During March last two largo
shipments of boxwood were made to
Liverpool, Kngland, and lhe owners
of these forests are now- preparing to
work them on a larger scale.
Uu-san Victoria's Diblo Clau.
Queen Victoria onco conducted a
Bible clnss. Long ago, when she Was
slaying in Loudon, she would cull
together tho children of her married
servants In ono of Hie private rooms
of Buckingham palace aad read the
Bible to them. At the close of tho
reading sho Would explain lhe chapter, and children's hymns ware BUuff.
The skeleton of the largest extinct
animal known has been put together
for the exhibit of the National Museum at tho Pan-American exhibition
at Buffalo. Tho name of this animal
is thu Triceratops. It was found in
Missouri, and will bo one of the most
curious things shown In the government, bunding. It Is stated to bo tlio
only one in tho world.
Tf peoplo were bound to silence on
all subject,*-) of which thoy aro Ignorant, what a Hudden ami all-prevailing hush thoro would bo at times.
Thr Son Of-sM Sanl.
Tt will probably be at least a jam
before a new great seal is issued,
says the Westminster Gazette. Formerly it was necessary for the King
on bis accession to issue a proclamation sanctioning the use of tho old
seal till a new one was mude, but
the convenient act of Anne has rendered this unnecessary. GeoJgo HI
did not huve a new seui made until
four years after his accession—on
August 3. 1701. George IV sanc-
tloned a new seal on September 17,
1821; and William IV on August 111,
1881, The Queen's first seal was
issued on July 18, 1888, and lasted
till January 211, 1860. Her second
seal lasted from that date till Aug.
14, 1S78, wheu her third grent seal
was made, Her fourth great seal
Wiis made only a year ago.
It is not surprising tlmt the great
seals have soon become worn out,
for until 1877 the great seal consumed two und Imlf tons ot sealing
Wax a year. Tlnn a statute was
passed enabling a "wafer great seal"
to be used for all except the most
Important documents. It is generally known that On old great seal is
ihe perquisite of tho Lord Chancellor; but it is not so generally known
Hmt by a pleasant act of courtesy in
political life it has become eusiom-
ary for the Lord Chancellor lo give
one hull of the seal to his predecessor in ollice.
<.Iut- All Around  Yuii.
"Glue greets you In your cradle
and bills you adieu in your coffin,"
remarked a dealer In the article. "I
don't suppose a tenth of thc pooplo
stop to think how variously glue
serves them. It's in thoir hats and
shoes, their carpets and furniture,
their pencils, piper, pastry, confectionery ami medicine, on their walls,
in the Stiffening of their apparel and
in or on some dozen or more articles
with which they have daily dealings.
Sixty million pounds of it aro used
a year, tho cheapest nt nine cents,
and lho dearest, which is used In
pharmacy and the confectionery trade
about  DO cenls.
In tho industries it is used almost
universally. Alcohol, turpentine and
coal oil barrels have to bo sized
with it, and wooden boxes for merchandise made of small pieces aro
joined wilh it, whilo of course it is
used throughout tho furniture trado.
Only newspaper printing paper is
made without some glue, and any
paper that Is to bo written on with
ink or present a smooth finish has
to treated with it at somo stage in
the manufacture."
],flee It* of Alcohol un  S. rond Generation.
A nmn 91 years of age, living out
of doors, and working moderately, is
reported as an example of thc harm-
lessncss of the continuous uso of pure
whisky. Ilo hns drunk n pint of
spirils daily for GO years, and is especially halo and hearty, never having hud any illness. Ilis example
hus been quoted freely in several of
tho liquor journals, and by the do-
fenders of moderate drinking. A letter of inquiry to tho physician living
in the vicinity brought out tho following facts: Tho man is of inferior
intelligence, with a large physical
frame, and Inclined to follow very
methodical habits of living. Whilo
the effects of his drinking are not
prominent in his nppearance, they aro
verj* evident in his children. Of three
children by his first wife, two died in
infancy; ono became an epileptic and.
died at 15. Of four children by his
second wife, one is feeble-minded, tho
second is choreic, the third dissolute
end drinks, the fourth is erratic,
passionate and a wanderer. AU are
decidedly inferior, both physically
and  mentally.—Journal of Inebriety.
Tho Santrj Doctor.
To relievo thc pain of a badly
pinched or brusicd finger, plunge it
immediately Into very hot water.
Fresh air and exercise are the best
tonics for young folks, but too much
of tho latter will do harm to a
child.
Less fat and. less sugar are required for the child's summer diet than
for his winter diet. Both fat and
sugar aro heat producing,
Let children's meals bo as frequent as is necessary, but do not allow eating between meals. Sweets
should never be eaten on an empty
stomach, but lhey are comparatively harmless at the end of a meal.
Eggs uro excellent food for children, especially those who are nervous. They aro easily digested when
lightly or undercooked, but only one
child in ten can digest the whito of
a hard-boiled egg.
Shoes without heels aro much
more healthful for tho young, becnuse they strengthen the ankles. If
a child's ankles seem weak, rub them
with a little alcohol.
Tha Motnttrr'n Hear Story.
"Bears," said tho member Just
back from a trip. "Yes; saw one.
Wait till 1 toll you. Ball, the guide,
wanted to go and look at a bear
trap beforo ho went down the river,
and I went along wilh him. He had
his nx and I carried a gun. As wo
came in sight of the trap there wns
tho bear. 'We've got him!' said Ball,
In the words of the Winchester Calendar. I was raising my rifle, but
Ball said: 'Don't shoot: he's safo.'
Wo walked up closo and tho bear
stood Up. Ball aimed a crack at
him With the ax, and tho bear dodged to ono sido and trotted off. Ho
wasn't in the trap at till, nnd T forgot to shoot. Ball said—Never
mind."
Th*  Itit»ll<'rhii-.l Unity.
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs
Torkins, "havo you any doubts ro-
mnining about baby's being the
smartest child fr\ tho world?"
"I must confess," ho answered, as
he rattled his newspaper rather Irrl-
tahly, "that I havo soon no proofs
of any superlative Intellectual superiority. "
"That, simply shows you aro not
observing. llo you remember how
you read tliat long list of Chinese
names lust night?"
"Yes."
"Well, baby was trying to talk today, and it sounded exactly as M he
had    learned everyone -al imtmt     *y
fcwif"
Mrs. Louis Botha, the wife of tho
redoubtable Boer general, who was
employed by Lord Kitchener to sound
her husband regarding peace, is n
fascinating littlo Scotch lndy, whose
super'or education detracts nothing
from her pride in her husband. Bho
sings, acts and paints wilh morn
than ordinary skill, and is very popular among a wide circle of friends
nnd ncqimlnlances both for hor vlva-
vaclty and her powers of entertnin-
'ng.
MISERY Al IIE.ll/ri
A BTORY OF DEEP INTEREST TO
ALL  WOMEN.
Relating the -Miir rln..*- ol a Ludy Whu
llu- Kxiwrlaiicttl tlit>AruiiIpbtlml ,w,
lii< i tfu Mmio 1 1 Uer Hex lit--* il
.through    t onr    Operations   \\ Ithunl
Throughout Canada ihere ore thousands and thousands of women who
undergo daily pains—-sometimes bordering mi agon)—Mich as only w u-
iieii nm endure in uncomplaining Bl-
lonce. To such the story of .Mrs.
Prank Evans, of 3U Frontenac street,
Montreal, will bring hope and joy,
as it points tho way to renewed
health and certain release from pain.
Mrs. Lv.ins soys : "i foe! that 1
ought to say :■ good word for Dr.
Will iims' I'ink I'ills, in the hope that
t*... 1 icperlence may be ol benefit to
Mum* other suffering woman. I am
now twuuty-thrco yourH ul age, aud
:e my eleventh year l havu sulTer-
far inoru thuu my share nf agony
in tin* ailments thai aillict mj
Ai ihe ago of 10 Lhe , trouble
had grown su Innl Hint I had Lo 1111-
lergo nn operation iu the Montreal
fenoral hospital. This did not cure
nr, nud a little later I underwent
1 not her opera Liuii. l*'roiu this J iv-
■eivfil some benetlt, but wus noi
wholly cured, and 1 continued to suffer from puius in tho abdomen   and
oils  headache.    A   few years later.
having wiih my husband removed to
Halifax, 1 was again suffering terribly, and was taken to the genernl
hospital, where i.nother oporatlon
was performed. Tins gave me relief
fur two or three months, uiul again
tho old trouble came ou, uml J
would Buffer for days at a lime, and
nothing seemed Lo relieve the pain.
In February, 1801), 1 was again obliged Lo go Lo Lhe hospital and underwent a fourth operation. Even
this did not help nn-, uml as lho
chloroform admin is tered dlir'ng Lhe
operation affected my heart. I would
not permit a further operation, olid
was taken homo still a great mifTt-i-
er. In 18D9 1 was advised Lo Lrj
Or. Williams' i'ink i'ills, and dsclded
lo du so. I have used Lhe pills lor
several months and have found more
Operations which 1 passed through,
und I warmly rocoinmeud thein to all
women suffering from the ailinenis
which afflict so many of my sex."
Writng under a later dam, Mrs.
Evans says : "1 am glad to be able
to lell you (hut nol. only has Lho
greal Improvement which Dr. Wil-
iis' I'ink Tills effected iu my condition coat lulled, bul I am ow perfectly well. I had given up all hope
when I began the use of lhe pills,bm
lhey have restored me to such health
as l havo not before known for
yeurs. 1 feel so grateful Tor what
your medicine has done for me that
I gladly g've ymi permission to publish my letters in the hope that
olher women will follow iny example
and (ind health und strength and
new happiness through the use ofllr,
Williums'. Pink I'ills.
No discovery in medicine iu modern
times has proven such a blessing to
women as Ur. Williums' I'ink Tills.
Thoy act directly on the blood and
nerves, invigorute the body, regulate
tiie functions, and restore health nnd
strength to the exhausted pat'ent
when every effort of tho physician
proves unavailing. Other so-culled
tonics uro mere imitations of these
pills and should be refused. Tbe
genuine bear tho full name, "Hr.
Williams' I'ink Bills for Pale Pooplo"
on the wrapper around each box.
They are suld by all dealers in medicine or cau be had post paid aL 50
cents a box or six boxes for $2.50,
by addrosslng the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Mroekville, Ont.
Women   Aru Slu vet lo  !!■ W*-:i-»riiC.
"Thero are no people on tho faco of
lho earth who Utter up lhe rooms of
their homos with so much useless,
and consequently bad furnishing as
do tho Americans," writes Edward
Dole in Tho Ladies' Homo Journal
"The curse of the American homo today is useless brlc-a-brao. A room
in which wo feel that we can freely
breathe is so rare that we aro instinctively surprised whon wo see
one. It is the exception, rather
than the rule, that wo find a restful
room. As a matter of fact, to this
common error of overlurntshing of so
muny of our homes, are directly due
many of the nervous breakdowns of
our women. The average American
woman is a perfect slave to the useless rubbish which sho has in her
rooms. This rubbUh, of a costly na-
turo where plenty exists, and of e
cheap and tawdry character In homes
of moderate incomes, is making
housekeeping a ncrvo-racking burden.
A serious phase of ihis furnishing is
that hundreds of women believe theso
Jtmcracks ornament their rooms.
They refuse to believe that useless
ornamentation always disfigures ond
never onialueiils.    Simplicity   is   the
only thing thai ornaments, Ii t. a
more; it dignifies. Tiie most artistic
rooms nro made not by what Is In
them, but by what has been left out
of them. One can nevor quarrel win
Simplicity, and nothing goes to niuki
for perfect good taste OS surely as p
simple effect,       A  tasteful effect    is
generally r -heel by what  has boot
loft undone. Ami thai is Hm* lo soi
most needed i" ■-'-' ' i<*.i to-day; m 1
Vhat    we
I"
but
what we
can ;
ui", i
toil*
'uv
e out
of It.
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fm-.M.y ,«;
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Of TOLRPO,)
1,1
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mnlor pnrtii
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UU) DOL-
tnrrlt Hi 1
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swum tn
presence, ih
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Ief.it
In 1.1I1
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<:iiy
FRANK J.I
c and iiibserl
nf December,
A.W.OUGAs
Hotary
BESEY,
lid In iay
■\. D., liM
ON,
I'Mie.
Hall'a Catarrh Cure i» ink n Intarnally snd
"em iljroolty on tho 1 Iood and i*n.<*n:i-*- Hiirlacca
of tho pystniii.   Sen I inr testimonials, free.
K J CHKXKV & UU.. Toledi
sold by Druggist*, no,
Hull 111'umily IMUaie lhe beat.
Hold is always boing discovered In
lhe most unlikely places, and 0 German mining engineer has now startled his countrymen by a plain statement of his reasons for supposing
that there are auriferous deposits
worth about £7,000,000 In the    bed
of the Rhine, between Dnsh* and WiS-
Bcmburg.     Unfortunately it is    one
thing to know that the gold is Ihere,
nnd another thing to grit ii out.
An ex-waiter on lhe C. P. K. din*
ng car tells sum.- amusing stories of
passengers whu dine on the cars. A
few days ago ho took linger bowls
to two stylishly dressed Indies, garnished with a piece of lemon,    They
bunk the water, and wln-n they gavo
him their finger bowls ami asked for
a little more lemonade, please," ha
..is so umused thai lie had m swallow his "chew" to enable him to
control his countenance
Sir Henri Joly, the lieutcnant-gov-
ernor of British Columbia, with the
assistance bf the Natural History society of that province, Is taking
-iips to Import largo quantities of
song-birds from England and Eastern
Canada. H is believed that ihey will
be rap'dly acclimatized, and will
thrive in British Columbia.
THBTNEVBH KAIL-Mr. s. M. Boash-
ner, L'inuton. writes t "Fur about two unra
I was troubled with Inward Piles, but byua
Inu Parraeletfi Hills. 1 waacompli te J*cured,
ana although four jenra hive olopjcd r-aee
tlnn lhey have not returned." Panncled'a
PilUoro anti-bllotu ond a speelHo for tlte
cure of tlm l.ivi>r and Kidney Complaints,
Dyspepeia- OoaUveness, Headache, Piles,
eto., und will regulate the secretions nnd r ■-
move nil bilious matter,
inn is a contrary animal. Call
1 a sad dog ami he will took
knowing and f-*el flattered; but call
bim a miserable puppy and he will
mmedlalely show his teeth.
MINARD'S LINIMENT ReIicFSs Neardm.
A woman doesn't, can* how ugly a
innu   is  as  long as  he decluivs  Bho is
the prettleRt woman of bis acqualnl-
Oorns mime Intolerable pain.    Hollo
way'H Cum Cum romoves  tho trouble
Try il and Bee what mi amount of pain !■
saved,
Vmbltlon is like hunger; it   kn
o law but   iis appetite.
Thero are two kinds uf ambition-
KIM'S LINIMENT Ur Sale Eiirnrlm.
Forget not that, you are a mini-
uilcss you ure a woman,
M.*n are
1 ml Ike—foi
eh
tlior.
Cholorunmlallaiitntn teumpmintsan
quick in Iheir nelion iti 1 lho yotdlund of
aoalht-ju'poti the vleuuu boforo thoy nro
awiiro.HintdiiDgt-r te uour. If sttavkod do
not delay in -.'I'tUni* the proper medicine.
Iryail.it-enf Dr. A,(i. Kellogg13 Dysentery
Cor lial, iiml >*mi will (ret Immediate re loft
It acta with wonderful rapidity mid never
fu:Jd to effect a cure,
Many a poor  tune  is   played
good horn.
An    empty-headed    man is olwe
full of himself.
The more holes there is in a sp<
the moro water it will hold.
HOW  TO  Cl'HK   HiABAOHB.-Somi
people suffer untold mlacrj dt>* ufter dny
with Ue.id.iehe, There is tetA lei'lu-rday or
niyh  until th" nerves are nil un.-truiu:.    The
cause i.-> generally a disordered stomach, and
a euro can be eueoted by ualng Parmelee's
Vegetable PUU, containing Mandrake und
Diuideli. n, Mr. Failey, Wmk. L)winder,
P. ij,, writes: "l llnd 1'aniuIeeV I'ilU a
flrst-chiM-i article for BlUoui Headache,*'
The young klug of Italy celebrated
his birthday recently by releasing
13,000 prisoners Incarcerated In different parts af lhe kingdom for of-
■ > which be considered had been
•cieiitly  punished.
Hinari's Limcieiit Cores Bra, Etc.
The government of New York city
is the most costly In tho world. The
lax budget for 1903 is $100,000,000,
which is twice the cost of Hie entire
government  <*(   Mexico,    and almost
one-half   that   of  the  (ierin.*.*i  empire.
The superiority of Mother Graves' Worm
Eitermlnator if nhuwn by iw govd effects
on   thu    children.       l'ur.*! «!•<•   m  bottle
ami yiu* it a trial
The Vmorlcon Enoch Anion, Iturvey
Inell, nf tnwvlllo. K. Y . come home
he other day, after 10 years iu
other hauuts, and found the beloved
Bpouse with another husband and    a
f.-,*, [< nder qlHvo branches       v**- r I
a «1 *man as sh" la doesn't remain
without a husband for loan." said
the thoughtful Harvey, Ho boarded
the next t rain,
When there i- no danger near,
mural courage is often the rankest
kind *-f false pretence
It's truly wonderful what larger
alogues from small garden se
grow. 	
SORE FEET.-Mrs. K. J. Nelll, New
Armagh, P. Q., wtltcs: "For nearly sl
uionthu 1 wus troubled with burn!;.;:
ache.i nnd pnlna In my leet tu lucb an extent thut I ouuld not elecp at night, and
ss my feet wero badly swollen I could not
wear my boots for weeks. At last I got a
Dottle of DK. THOMAS' EGLKCTK1C
OIL and resolved to try lt, and to my as
tonlshment I got almost Instant relief)
and the one bottle accomplished a perfect
oure.
Over in Ohio they have revived q
half-forgotten law against keeping
native song-birds in confinement. In
one month '2H persons have been arrested iu Cincinnati for this offence
and thousands of birds have been set
free.
MINARD'S L1MENT Cm Mnl
Carlyle aud llin Cat.
In a letter of Mrs. Carlyle's, written to her maid Jessie, thero Is an
amusing reference to Carlyle and his
cat, Kays Mrs. Carlyle: "That cut!
I wish she were dead! Cut I can't
shorten her days because, you see,
my poor, dear, wee dog liked her.
Wall, thero sho is! Aud us long as
she attends Mr. (_'. at his meals (she
doesn't care a sheaf of tobacco for
him at any olher time) so long will
Mr, 0. continue to give her bits of
meat and driblets of milk, to thu
ruination of carpels and hearth rugs.
I have over and over again pointed
out lo him the stains she has made,
but he won't believe ihem her doings.
And tho dining room carpet was so
old and Ugly that it Wasn't worth
rows with one's husband about. Now
however, that nice new* cloth must
he protected against the cat abUSO.
So what I wish is that you would
shut up tho creature when Mr. C.
has breakfast, dinner or tea, and If
he remarks on her absence suy it was
my express desire, lie has no Idea
what a selfish,    Immoral,    improper
hea-st   Rhe   is,   nor   Whal    iiit:ciiief   Bho
does to the carpets."--London Globe,
A  mob is a human    octopus   with
many anus and uo brains.
A Confusion ef Ideas.
sir Henry iioworth, who was formerly a member of Parliament, is a
enter of murk, certainly of research,
fur his   "History   of tlfb Mongols"
took mnny yeurs of steady a..J arduous Inquiry,
A good story Sir Henry tolls
against himself in regard to this
work. Ono evening, while taking in
lo dinner a lady who hud been lightly primed as lo his great BUbject(
there was a strange conversation.
"I understand; Sir Henry," the
lady said, 'ihut you »ru fond of
dogs; so am l!"
"Hogs, madam," was tho reply, "I
really must plead guiltless; I know
nothing at ail of  them."
"Indeed!     And  they told me    you
hnd    written a    famous history    of
mongrels."-^Yorkshire  Post.
Tommy's Prank Opinion,
Tommy fjust after the maternal
scolding and a paternal spanking)—
Pa!  oh. pal
Pa-MVi II, what do you want,
1-am iny?
Tommy—'F I'd been ma I wouldn't
a-mnrrird you; an' 'f I'd a bin youl
WO  I In't   a-Jilarried   ma,
Ability without  opportunity is lib
a maid wiio can't got, a husband.
The IT-^WMt ntul E^llr tho Itr-at,
'CHEWSTICK" DENTIFRICE
Olaanitqfr, lira'if p. **im*
uhii-ojj refreshing, antl-
tap le, r*?ra*.v.-s t«r.d't*s
not Injure t!ie enatntl.
ki.d imp n* a (rest fr»-
•f-rr ■■-,     ',0 *h   !ir««t"tL
ii nnfsetwed from r.
(topical j'l.n*, Vn'wu *»*»
th- * chew-tick/" wlii h
In tlitM-.antn-e-! bev u
-tfroH-u r>--ir-,r*i-,-l uXl*
tare'! Specific tax the
l*-e:k. gams Md mouth.
I* entirely free from
chalk .ind uy other ifrtt-
W sulwxaiice."
"put up in c-.U»i«il'l*
tabsswuh-utlsttesl yen*
graved lai-felj an I eon-
ulnaxmt   Price   ■"• r-^»t-»
* or -tile by kl! ch-.-m-.-u-**
The- "to iiii*> a rea.ly
go.-*! itin(f w BldbewiM
X tenq-oire for itandhsTe
no nustttuto.
SADKDEES 4 EYAKS
lun'fi-a,    TOBOXro.
.>     BUSINESS   CHANGE.      •;•
j The Imperial Fruit J
| antl Produce Co'v,I
*!• Ha.« pnrchofljd thc stock and **f
*>        trade ol   tlw   ANDERSON        V
♦        I'K'JDUCE CO. V
.*;. All kinds of Prnlt la Season, •!•
•J* Hi it Pri-sea paid f tx 1're-iu-**---- •;•
Supplies foratlmak-asof sewing msohtn-M
WHEELER A WILSON
jjIPWtagWj.       SCWIWS MACHIHI CO.
Brass Band
InttntntenU. Drttmi, Uniform*, Ktn.
EVERY TOWS CAN HAVE * UNO,
Low-sat prle-M tier qu'tt«d r.:- <■»■■'■■■■.♦
50'liIuatntioBB trmi'.aA trt*> WriU a- for r.t.y
thing In Mti»lc er Math nl InitrtimanU.
Wbtoy Royce ft Oo., ^ft-Si.VSL
AGENTS     WANTED,
IVfl are in need of n few rcli-ilih- Ai*cnta
Utronghoat th*** country to hindk* cur
GASOLINE LAMPS AND SUPPLIES.
Oned profit nnd quick Bales.   Fot parfletl-*
Earsaddron
THK IN0ANDBS0BNT GAS LAMP  *'».,
Blfl Miiln St., Uhinli.fi-.
»**♦♦♦*♦*♦****♦♦♦♦**♦«♦+♦•
il Kecmniiicnd
BABY'S OWN SOAP
to nil mothers who wnnt their balite-j
ito Imv..* pink, clean, clear, and
healthy skin.
M'tit'* >,f tli- (iii. »i liiHii-ii-R
Mu Soap, wherever ink'le, Ih Iwtler.
IEE U.BEBT TOILET SOAP CO., I0KTEE1L
.        U.our.ctu.-.r. of the Celebr.t.d
• ALBKKT TOILRT SOAP3.
t*****************.****.*l
w. N. ij. No. aa*-. ' ll 1'iys Id Ikal Wilb Bctttle "
Children's Carts
New shipment just received.
Get one and make yi u** little
folks happy.
K.  C.  L>eattie, Druggist
Creamery Butter
Just arrived. We are anxious to please and
have .succeeded, for we now have an article
that we can RECOnriEND, at a reasonable
price.   Call and inspect.
Our aim is to please
Try us jt
King
the Grocer.
The Bread Maker
Is more interested in our flour than the
bread winner. We keep Ogilvie's Best.
There is satisfaction and economy in
using this famous brand.      dt      dt
Shorts   Bran   Chop
....Q. T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery
GOOD s WORK *£ COUNTS
And to secure food work one must get men who thoroughly understand their business.   This is so in any business, and especially so in
PAINTING AND  PAPERHANGING
One never ceases to regret a poor job ol painting or paperhanging about
his premises. He notices it daily. He knows his friends notice it.
How can it be avoided?    Why, that is easy.    Simply by seeing
PIEPER t* AND dt CURRIE
They know their business. They paint right. They paper right.
Go and see some ol their work.   That is their best recommendation.
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I     LOCAL   NOTES     I
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ticked Up About the City  by Asking
Questions of Many People.
Tlie beat.    I.iycurk'a creamery butter
Laycock's creamery butter ia freab ami
pure.
Archie Currie waa in Moyie laat
Monday.
tii Walla wm io from the ranch
Tiie sd ay.
J«hn Murphy, of Moyie, waa is town
Saturday.
Kartmbetl rooms to rent. Apply to
Johi Leask.
Cecil Prest came up Irom Mo)ie Saturday afternoon.
Jake Fink made a bunnies trip to
Mi'-yie SiUnluy.
W- W, Iinblt: maiif a business trip lo
Made nl Suuday.
Milk tli tike, the great summer driuk,
at Mrs. McConnell'S.
Mrs. and Mi.*..*> Soper where down from
IL i in In* rIvy this wtek.
Mr, Kanlall, of Calgary, waa a Cranbiook visitor this week.
Mr. l-eUiit is enlarging his house liy
the add tion of* kitchen.
Fresh eggs. Buy a case while they
are chfup.   0. T. Kogera.
Lscock's Creamery butter at the Fort
Steele Mercantile company.
A. 1,. Ctone, of Oak Lake, an old
claim of llert li cut tie, Is In town.
Until Redman, ol ia mtreal, one of the
best ou the tosd waa bere Munday.
Did you aee lhat suiileon Hutch's face
this week I   lie got la ou a new ad.
Uu Friday's train another lot of house
plants will arrive fur    (i, T  Rogers.
Insurance at Hutch's. All kinds of
insurance at Mulch's.   Have you got it t
For reut—large house and grounds on
Baker hill. $is per month. Apply lo
Mutch.
Have you aeeu the new slock of tohac
c-t at McVittie'i. He catties everything
in tbis Hue.
Mil. John Hutchison and Mr. William
Bruce Hutchison ate expecud home in
ahout a month.
Wanted—a competent servant girl.
Ne washing aud ironing. Mra. bury.
•ardeti avenue.
The tennis court is progressing, hut it
will be some little time before tt will be
iu shape lor use.
Harry Morgan, Ike Foster and Jack
ti■ itli 1*1 are the latest Sirthcona boys to
reach Cranbrook.
Beattie does not sell ore wagons, but
he does sell children's carts, Get one
for tbe youngsters.
Capt. Andrew Leask sold his three lots
on Fonley avenue thia week to Mr. May-
cock, of Nebraska.
Children's carts at Ilea tic's, All
kinds ol children's carts at Heattie's.
Have you seen them I
The kids like carts, you like to please
the kt<ts. Iluy them a cart at Beanie'.-.
and make them happy.
Have you tried those imported cigars
at McVitlie's? They will muke a man
think he Is a trust magnate.
Have you given Laycock's creamery
butter a trial. It's tbe best butter. Fort
itefle Mercantile company,
"Cully" McNeil, who has been in
Craubrook since the races, returned lo
hit home in Caigury Saturday.
1'. McConnell has a regular milk toute.
twice a day, load parts ol town uud is
pirp.icil to meet all demands.
Mr. aud Mrs. T. T. McVittee, of
Steele, have been vi i ing wilb Hurry
McVittie aud lum ily this week.
Harry McVitlie's billiard parlors are
iu nice shape tor a pleasant game of pool
- r billiards.   Cull iu and see lum.
Tbe ladies of C. r. it chinch aie preparing tu hold a lawn social uml strawberry
festival ou the evening ufjuly 1st.
The McNab Lumber company's saw
mill is uow lunuing in nice ahape, aud
is culling over 2u,ooo feet per day,
Vou can get a pour cigar or a good
oue fur 15 cents, but it yuu buy one at
McVitlie's It is sure lu be a guud oue,
George Taylor has greatly improved
the appearance ol bis house by having a
handsome veiaudu added. ti. R Lensk
did tbe work.
Ice cream all flavors, Bananas and
cream, Straw ber ilea aud cream, Honda
Iimt wine at Mrs. F. McConuell's lie
cream Farlurs,
Charles Campbell haa removed b a
undertaking . nd upholsteriug supplies
to the tuom 1 ecently vacaled by A,
K jokes Sl Son,
There will be a general meeting of the
shareholders of the Cranbiook Turf and
Athletic association at the townsite
ollice this evening.
Mrs Robert Chapman will leave Ihe
latter part of the week for a visit with
ber parents in Greenwood. Mr. Chapman may accompany ber,
In thc Brandon creamery butter, King.
the grocer, saya he bas a butter that be
will recommend to all, It is fresh, pure
and sweet.   Thirty cents per pound,
John Harper, a lumberman from Chip-
man, N. ll., was iu lown Monday visiting with M. B, and Ur. King. Mr.
Harper is on a trip through the west,
Hon. Frank Lascelles, who kll cd his1
Cinnumaua week ago tieur l'eterho.ough,
has been adjudged iusaue ami commit-)
ted to the asylum at New We*tmlnster.
II you arc ttt linn blue or meaner |
Drop Into Ihe  Wentworth and eat a Welner.
(lur Udin-rwLii>ts wc do Import, I
hull Tuesday morning from old Frankfort;
fltcy Iravel In a palace car,
Ami am cooked and served behind our bar 1
Alter ll o'clock. ■
Do vou wish to sue the faces of your
childten light up with joy? If so buy
tbe 11 a to) ca t    Beattie sella them.
Fied Pieper returned home yesterday
1...nu Moyie wh«ie be ban been decoiat-
I.O.O.F. Key Cl y Lodge
Nu. ti, Meets every Friday ntn hi at 11 it'll iiull uu
linker street. Sojourning
Odd fellows cordially invited.
Mutt Hookenilurf        a 1.. MoDonnot
N. t;. Beo'v.
Cranbrook Lodge, No. 34
A. F. & A. M.
the   n.-.c   ne.*.
hotel uf McMahon
Bios '
The C P. R, has signed contracts with
about a duzeu parlies on Baker bill lo
supply them with water from their water
main-
Tom McCu cbeon, who wus ya>d
m i-.tr- al MnL-ieud during the enrly days
of con tt rue tion has beeu in town several
il«y«.
Lay:ock'* creamery butter, made at
Foawarren, Man., will give you better
satisfaction thun uny other butter on ihe
market.
The Fort Sleele Mercantile company
a-e exclusive agents lor Laycock'a rele
Nruted creamery butter. Have you given
il a trial t
A spur was lost between Cranhrook
and Fori Steele one d-iy last week
Finder will kindly return it to Tbe Herald ollice.
M. A. Beale, the genial mining brok
er of Moyie. was in town Tuesday conferring witb Hutch upon the mining
situation.
Tim and Md F'arrell were in lown
Wednesday, on Iheir way to tbeir home
in Moyie, The boys have been working
on some of their pioperty on Sullivan
hill.
Dr. Mi U-ichran, government veterln
ary surgeon, with headquarters at Mont
renl, was in town on an official visit this
week.    He is making a trip through tb
west.
Friuik Keegati, of St. Thomas, a
brothet of Mrs, D. Murphy, is visiting
in the city, He will remain in the west
for some time 111 hopes ot bettering his
health,
Several Craubrook people expect to go
to Moyie tomorrow trght tu attend tlu*
opening of McMahon Bros.'new hotel
A grand opening ball will be one of the
features.
Theie will be work on in lhe initiatory
degree ut the Odd Fellows lodge to
monow night, and other important buBi*
uess will be transacted. Make it a point
to be there.
ll ipust chnrcb service in Leask's hall
on Sunday evening, June 16, at lhe hour
o 7:30, Subject, "An Human Camera
on Christian Charily vs. Slander."
Everybody welcome.
King, the grocer, Is the exclusive
ngeut in Soulh East Kootenay for the
well known Brandon creamery butter
If you try it ouce you will use no olber.
Th.rty cents per pound.
Dr. O'Hagan, of Fort William, a
brother of Harry O'Hagan, of this place,
arrived in towu Saturday, and left for
Pernie Sunday evening The doctor
may decide to locale in Fernie.
ti. II Small and Art Mallinson depart
cd Monday motmug for a trip thruugb
ibe Windermere country. The boys wiil
be gone about two weeks, and have pre
parations made for a great time.
A football team is being organized at
Ihe North Star mine to play in Cranhrook for tbe Beattie cup on Dominion
Day, and lhey are coming with the in*
tentioti of playing good, swift ball.
George Leask returned from Kitchener
Saturday, wheie he hod a force of men
at woik budding an office for William
Blakemore, manager of the newly discovered iron deposits ut thai town.
By the new lime table which went inlo effect lad Sunday, No. 31. going west
arrives in Cranbrook at 4:03 and le.ives
it 4 13 p in , and No. 32, going eaat arrives at (^50 a m. aud leaves at 10:00a.m,
Rev- R J. Reid will preach in the
Methodist church Sunday evening next.
I: will be Ills last sermon in Craubrook
as he it going to take clnrge of lhe First
Methodist church in I'omory, Washington.
j. H. Laid law came down from Kimberley about 11 week ago, and was au inmate of the St. Eugene Hospital for a
couple ol (lays, from au attack of erysipelas. He left fur Kimberley this afternoon.
Christ Church Sunday school excursion tn Mark Deck falls h..a been postponed on account uf the weather. If it
clears up the excursion will probably be
held nn Saturday, Notice will be given
later,
Mis. R. Steeves and two children left
lad Fiiday lor Micliel, where ihey will
join Mr. Steeves, whn ia permanently
located there, Quite a number of frlei ds
wete at the train lo say good bye to Mia.
oteeves.
Conductor Corey ia having a fine large
residence erected iu tlle Mclnnes Murphy
block, which, when completed will compare favorably witb any residential pro
perty iu town, Tom Htalherington is
doing the work.
The Dominion Day celebration in
Cranbrook pioiniaes lo eclipse all former
ones iu the way of athletic sports, as no
expense is being spated in securing first
class teams to contest In the baseball
ml loo.ball games.
Old Man Simpson and wife left for
Nanaimo tett Saturday, wh e the old
nun wiil represent Ihe Ctaubrook and
Moyie Odd Fellow lodges nt the Grand
lodge, which cunventeil yesteiday. They
will be absent about two weeks.
Iti'tft'iilur nirrllii**-. nn tin*
third Thursday i-r lb
ui mil.
\ iS.t.L * tn i .Hell. WtK-OUl.ll.
W. F. QUBD, 9ec>.
A. T. Vroom,
BlacksmithiiiK,
Horseshoeing,
Repairing,
Wagon nuking,
and Painting,
All kinds of work given prompt
attention, and we will guarantee
satisfaction to our patrons in all
we do. Yours for trade.
A. T. VROOM.
JAMES OREER
Contractor
and Builder   •»
All work guaranteed.   Se, uj before
you build,   it will piy you.
Cranbrook, B C
Saddle Horses and
Sale Stables dt dt
Stable South ot Herald Office
Chas. S. Tripp,
Cranbrook, B. C.
J. H. KINO
Physician and Surgeon.
Ollice it Residence, Armstrong Ave,
OFFICE HOURS:
Forenoons,   ■   •   •   •   9:30 lo II
Allernoons   -   -  -  ■   1:311 to 3:311
Evenings   -   -   -   ■    7.30 to 8:38
CRANHROOK,    : :   :    B. C
Marx*
Dwons
CopvRioHTt Ae.
Aaron,.ending a IkOteb and de.cMinl.m tu.r
qulcktr ,.L'«rlHlii i.ur uiilnum free wlif.llier an
In.enlmn I. < liable.  Cn
tluns«lrictl-/rniitl<)o,iMnl. "Ium'ti.ioku-i "'ntem.
..nt tin.. Oldest urar-y lur eoouritu-, patent*
Patent, taken thrimit'i Munn & to. reottfe
rpreuif aotlM, wti hunt cnarifo, In tlie
Scientific American.
A hamlmmi'ij 111 unrated weekly, I.&rtirot circulation uf nny ■olentlOc Jminitl, Tenim, |3 •
t1*r.L'-?r iJ"—•*-■■ "* 8l"'1 t'tall new** deal era,
Q 361 Broadway, NflW Yflf|(
ice. m V Ht„ Wnnhiiif-tuii, D. C.
W, II Doieman, provincial inspector
of poatoBkes, was in town Saturday and
Sunday, inspecting lhe postoffice bere.
Aa usual Postmaster Bent tie and his able
assistant, Miss Grant, w.*re complimented on the efficient rammer in which the
business of the Cranbrook oflice is car
ried on
The Western Supply compnny hns en-
Urged its place of husinesa hv tearing
out the partition that formerly sep trated
the mm lift and the room recently vacated by Chat He Campbell. When these
alterations are com leted Malinger James
will have o.ie ofthe neatest meat uiar
ket.i in the district.
The accordion plentel dry goods window of Reid & Co., has been the center
of attraction for the ladi-js of Cranbru-k
this week. Nothing so neat has been
seen iu Cranbrook before. The bottom
of the accordion is fixed up ln high art
style with a photo of "Hutch," We
said the window was tbe center of attraction for the ladies.
Jake Fink received a letter this week
from his brother Joliu, wbo is on hia way
to Dawson City. At the time of writing
John wai at Skagway, waiting for the
Ice to go out of the river, and wasn't a
bit stuck on his stopping place, aa he
said it was tbe deadest pi-ce on earth
the wind blowing 90 miles an hour from
the north, tlie suow eight feet on the
level and the thermometer about a yard
below zero.
Aioibcr Slory.
Nelson Tribune: It now looks at It
tbe Great Northern and Canadian Pacific
had made a deal whereby the Crowa
Nest Southern and its cxtenMuii tn a
c innection with the Great Northern at
Kalispell would not be built. There is a
narrow-gauge road, called the Great
Falls & Canada, between Lethbridge,
Alberta, and Great Falls, Montana. It
crosses the Great Northern at a place
called Selby Junction, which Is about
cqul-distaut frum Lethbridge and Great
Falls. The Great Noithtm, tt is said,
has purchased the part of the road between Great Falls and Shelby Junction,
and it is to be widened to a stnnd ml
gauge. If thc part between Shelby
Junction and Lelhbridge Ims passed into
the control of llie C. P. l-i., as it has been
rumored it has, it aim will he mnde a
standard guu-je. Tills would be the
most direct route over which the Crows
Nest coal could be hauled to Btnelter
poiuts iu Montana,
Modern
Printing
*
At the	
Herald Office
James Kerrigan & Co
Wholesale dealers tn
General
Merchandise
Hay
Grain and
Produce
Given special   attention
Car lots a Specialty
Cranbrook, B. C.
|t)>«l»»t|->«>>|->->»>-llM«»>tgl
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY & DOYLE,
Proprietors jt Jt jt
Teams on it driven*, furnished for any
point in the district.
HARRY FAIRFIELD
Manager   Jt   Jt   Ji
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The most
economical way to handle it.
CHARLES P. CAMPBELL,
Undertaking Aml
Em balm ing
Graduate of Champion college of U. S
Office and store. Aiken block,
near Canadian Hank of Commerce, Cranhrook, II C
Upholllerlaf and tleneral Furniture Repairing
Will attend to any work in the district
"Give to the luxuries of life, and
we will dispense with its necessities"
Pants are necessaries 1
Palmer's Peerless are luxuries
at neccesties' price.
See Palmer
P. S.  Also coats and things.
Drnk Home Beer
It is Pure
It Is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Have you any mining
stocks to sell ?   dt  dt
Do you wish to buy
any mining stocks ?
I can get you the highest market price
in the former case, and the lowest in
the latter. I am the only broker in
East Kootenay who receives regular
telegrams daily from the exchanges in
Toronto and Spokane. Market prices
are posted daily in Cranbrook hold.
Hutch...
I'. S.   Dun't forget lhat insurance ynu were talking obou
Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
Quest!) Comfort a Specialty
Qood Stabling In Connection
Nearest to rniltoml ami ilepot.    tins i-icconiiiwriii-
timis for tbe public unetjunllctt in Crnnbrook,
JAMES RYAN
 Proprietor
MAKKETS AT	
Macleod
Fernie
Wardner
Moyie
Fort Steele
Kimberley
Cranbrook
MAIN OFFICE
CRANBROOK
m
M. Mclnnes & Co.,
Wholesale and kelalt
Meat Merchants
Presh and Cured Meats Fresh
Fish, Game and Poultry.
We supply only thc best.    Your
trade is solicited.
DQQQaQODMI0El0*@Eft»@H*g@.©i3©.@QO
The...
Refitted TliiouKhoiit
One of tlie Most Comfortable
Motels in ISnat Kootenay.
Royal
Newly Fu rut fibril
VanDecar & Son, Props.
Cranbrook, B. C. __
'm®m®mwmmwmm®wm$£}mm
...Hotel
The Cosmopolitan
E. H. SMALL, Proprietor.
One of the best equipped Hotels in the Kootenay. Centrally located and heated throughout by hot air.
Cranbrook, B. C.
The Prospectors* Exchange
No. 4 K-W.-G Block, Nelson, B. C
■HoM.Hitver-U'iul and Copper Mined wanted hi  tlio UXOIlANOIt.   I'ltKl*
INu UOM) properties wanted m once for Kn-stern Inventor*,   Parties liming
proportf for sale are r*>que-ited to a >nd lamptoa of tliolr ore to tlio KXUIIANUK
iiiiiiiinn. VVe tteslrato liimr from proapevtora wlm im-re promliltn mineral
iii.iiiii Columbia,  ftoapecloroaiid milling men are requested to mako llio i.x
ti.eir lienitqiutrtera when in NoIijii.  Allaampl ■* ilinuld lm aent i>y oxpreii*.
Correspondence solicited.   AddltM mi coininuiiknllunii to
Mill
minim
lal tna in
II ANtl K
Andrew F. Rosenberger, Nelson, I*. C
Telrpliono No. I'H.   I'. (>, Box T-W.
EAST KOOTENAY HOTEL,
Mrs. Donahue, Proprietor.
The hotel has been reopened and is now ready to cater to the
public. First class dining room service. The *,best ol wines uml
liquors at the bar. ROBERT SHAW, Manager,
The Western Supply  Co.
Late HiH & Joll
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in.......
Cattle, Dressed Meats
And Provisions.
Head Office, Cranbrook. E. JAMES, Manager.
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