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Array THE CRANBOORK HERALD.
V'OI.UMK   III
OIIANHUOOK,   ItltlTISII   COLUMBIA,   THUBSOAY,  MARCH   3,   1908
NO.
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
ESTABLISHED IMT
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
toioitto
a. •. wma, Pi.^d.it
IUI. LAUD, Oaml Mio.,. t
A. I. niLASD, aaptrtatudiiii ol
IraachM
krucbet tknnf hout Canada, anil in tne United States and England
A liENEHAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
OOMMIHOUl »N1I F.HM.HS- PAPCH DIKOUNTtOI
H
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Dc|kMl.a ul $1 und upward, received, nnil Inlereal allowed al
•ari.nl rale*. The depositor la aiib|v-ct lu uo delay whalanr la
Um withdrawal ol tlie whole ur any purt.uu ul the deposit.
When vou buy
A Sponge
buy the best. Ihere is all the
difference i.i the world in
sponges. We have just received
a large invoice of the best.
And as lo TOILET ARTICLES
of all kinds, all of East Kootenay
knows that they can secure
satisfaction al
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
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:  Family   Groceries
That embraces n groat many things, ami it lint wouhl till it
uewupuper. Si. we aim ply want to impress tlm fael that our
stock embraces all the lines needed in a home and usually
carried in a Grocery.
GOODS   DELIVERED    PRO   PTLY
We strive to huvt* all gootln delivered promptly,   Telephone
ordera solicited.
PHONE
»7.l
J. riANNlNG
ARriSTRONti
AVENUE
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CARBORUNDUM jj;
The best wearing and quickest
cutting stones. Wc have them
for all purposes.
il McCALLUM £& CO. iiii
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i The Home of Up-to-Date Tailoring
In sprint-; Nut nro oretiles anew in liolil and forest.
What inora fitting time lo iltemHtl tho BOiqbYo ilrons of
winter mul nrniy 'mi'sclf in olothoB which fittingly
rotloot tlio joy ot lid- otildoora imtlcr Btinnj skies.
Ymir eiii't'lul rt*\ ii.'W of our spring oxhibil will Btiggosl
nn appropriate aeli ction.
Leask C8o Henderson
llll    ri'To PATH  TAILORS
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MR. l'RINTKH:--
Tell your readers wo enn supply
all  requirements   in
STRANSKY   ENAMELED   WARE
with exception ol two
linen. We had u nioii
Hale oi thet-e gooda
lust week,
Klin the same electron this week,
J.   D.   McBRIDE
Hnntwnro
I'ftANIUKlOK.   -   11. V.
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TORYS WIN A GREAT VICTORY
NEW BRUNSWICK GOVERNMENT
MEET WITH CRUSHING DE-
FLAT
THK OPPOSITION WIN' BY ll  TO
15
St. John, N. li., Maieh a.-Alter
being iu power 12 years thu New
Brunswick government sujleied a decisive defeat iu today's elections, &■>
nn1, i ill-j the tight with iv supporters
tu ihu 11 possessed by tht uppust-
tion, the result tuuigbt leaves the
situation practically reversed, the
government having only 15 members
aud the opposition 31.
Tonight tho opposition is greatly
elated, Ior besides having to contend
with the ordinaru resources o( the
government Honorable William l'ugs-
k-y, minister oi public works iu thu
Laurier government, lent Uie gov-
einineut Uie lull foroo ol hla iullueuw,
inahiug promises ot public works u
return for the support of the govern-
nu nl oandklates. The dredge W. S,
Kielding Was also brought to St.
•lohn and put to work in the hathor.
Despite all this the governmenl) was
badly beaten.
Premier Robinson narrowly escaped
defeat in Westmoreland, where the
government carried all hut four
seats. In addition to this they won
iu Uestigouche, St. John county,
Victoria and Madawaska.
Giving ihem the three seats in
Gloucester, wliieli wcte independent
Liberal on Monday, they have only 15
seats.
Pour members of the government
were defeated: Hon. W. P. Jones,
solicitor genernl in Carleton, Allen,
provincial secretary in York; Farris,
commissioner of agriculture in Queens
and Purdy, member without portfolio
a St. John city.
Returns up to a late hour last
night Were as follows:
wt. John city—Sears, gov., 3f»37;
Lantalum, gov., 3472; Skinner, gov.,
31151, Purdy, gov., 3618, WUboii, opp.,
33ft; Mclnerney, opp., 4293; Hathaway, opp., 4389.
Restigoiiche— Labillotis, gov., 12(15,
Currie, gov., 118l( Stewart, opp.,
1(109; Culligan, opp., 1008.
Westmoreland — Robinson, gov.,
4720; Sweeney, gov., 4577; Copp,
gov., 4021, I/Pgcr, gov., 4441; Sumner, opp., 4377t; Black, opp., 4219,
Melansou, opp., ItiU Mahonev, opp.,
4048.
King's—Jones, opp., 2119; Murray,
opp., 2100; Sproul, opp., Sdfil; McAllister, gov., lfliifi, Wetmore. trov..
1870; SCOVII, gov., 187b.
Charlotte-Taylor, opp., 2450;
Clark, opp.. 2420; Hart, opp., 2418,
Grimmer, opp.. 2400; Byron, gov.,
1953, Armstrong, gov., 1945; MrGee,
gov.,   1905;   Hill,  gov.,  1838.
Victoria—Tweedale, gov,, 1001; Burgess, gov., 1008; luanzer, opp.. 864,
Curl-ass, opp., C7i.
DEATH OF THE HON   A. C, KIL-
LAM
Ottawa, March 2.-Hon. A. C. Kii
lam, chairman ol the Canadian railway commission" died at the Russel
house here this morning at 9 o'clock.
He hatl been suficring With pneumonia for only a few days.
The late chairman of the Canadian
railwav commission was born in
Yarmouth, N. S., on IS September.
1819. Ho was called to tlio bar of
Ontario in 1*7? and for a time practical his profession nt Windsor. In
ISV'.i he went west and was called to
the bar of Manitoba in the same
veai He represented Winnipeg in
the Manitoba legislature from
1885 to 18S9. ' On February
n, 1905, lie was appointed chairman
in 1885 was elevated to the bench as
A puisne |udge of the Rtiprem-B court
of Canada at Ottawa.    On February
11105, In* was appointed vhairman
of the Canadian railway commission,
Deeding the late A. O. Hlair, and
held this position up to the time of
his death
WILL BUILD THIS SUMMER
CONSTRUCTION ON O. f. P.
COMMENCE ON OR BEFOR!
JUNE 1ST.
Construction on tbe main line
the Grand Trunk Pacific in British
Columbia is to be ooiontenoed on oi
belore the first, of June new. Tto
executive council of the British Columbia government and the represeut-
tlves of the Grand Trunk have
uaehed a final settlement in the
matter uf the construction ol the
railway through the prairie and the
laying out of its Pacific terminus and
otlier nutters concerning the work
tu be earned on by the railway company.
At the first conference between
Messrs, Wainwright and Tate and ibe
executive council, the former agreed
that the province should have one-
quartet ol the townBlta ol Prince Rupert, provide.) ii-«> «»»*--*iiy was allowed ownership of tee Indian reserve in which the province claimed
reversionary rights and provided the
company should lie allowed control
ot the provincial quarter-interest.
To this the government refused to
agree, declaring that while it was
satislied with tlie first part of tlie
program me, it wuuld itself administer the provincial interest in the
townsite. In tliis way it would be
impossible (or the provincial lands
to be disposed of to any person who
might subsequently turn them over to
the railway.
The executive council firmly took
the position that if the company announced Prince Rupert or any other
port in the north as its ocean terminus it must adhere to that declaration for all time—that investors in
good faiill would have to be protected
gainst any possible change of ter.
minus.
Tbe   governmenl   also refused    to
n-oEp any provincial rights iu the
matter    uf liquor licenses at        the
rthern terminus of the company,
it having the machinery tor the control of the liquor traffic all over the
province and proposing to hold to ll.
Exemption from taxation for a
period of ten years, the same as to to
granted to any other railway,t wus
conceded to the Grand Trunk Pacilic
by the government.
There are also a number of oilier
important matters embraced.by the
agreement concerning which practically nothing is known outside the
members ot *»»> *mw**»u*o council.
out uUtthe hat
(Lethhrldge Daily Hetald.)
Orders have come to Lethbridge
that all crews on freights must run
from Lethbridge to Coleridge apd not
go into Medicine Hat. 'litis means
that all Ireight crews ou this section must live at Lethhiitlge or Cole
ridge, at which latter place, fi how
ever, there is not much accommodation. Tbe passenger and mixed
crews s'till continue to go into the
Hat.
BASKET BALL
I   The   basket  hall   game .ui Tuesdft]
,™0 night between the Maple Leafs    am
Banks   "was   won bv  the Maple Leah
by default.     Thu Maple Leafs    went
Jon   the floor   and     scored   their tivt
points, closing  the game.
This game was IookihI forward
Imperial Bank of Canada
Irt'iug a very close one and a large
crowd had gathered to boo it. the
did not go away disappointed, n..v
ever, as the Maple Luals remained u
tbe lloor until a picked team ■
players Horn the otlier leains got ut
ana played   them.     Tins was      it.
closesL aiiti most exciting game .
Uie seosou and aitei one eMia quai
ter had been played, the game sii
le-su^nd   in  a. tie.
On  1'ridav   nighl   tln-te   Will   lie
ladie.-, game ul  hasl-et  hall  anu    U
picked teams will alsu phi)
three mon* league games have ><:
lit- played.
METHODIST CHI It. U
March 8th, Ciu.v
The Rev. William Boulton will
preach in thu morning at 11 u'Oiuuk
Sunday school and Bible classes at 3.
Mens Own,meeting in the uym at
3.30, subject: "Resolved: "Thai the
Press Exerts a Greater Inliueuce for
Good Than the Pulpit." Evening ser-
t 7.30, subject: "The irutli
Shall Make \ou Free.''
Monday—Entertainment at Robin-
sou McKeii'/.ie's mill at N o'clock.
Tuesday—Church meeting, .uem-
Ihts .onl friends of the cmnvn all coi-
diallv invited. Election of societj
representatives for tho official board
and olher business.
Wednesday— Missionary meeting of
the league.     Subject: "Letters From
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST -      -      -      -      -
510,000,000
.1.S60.000
SI St'.'000
lli.i Field,1
TTIfMlKI)     H.M.I.   IN    ll \ HUM!
- .SUIT
.ll.illiuiiiii-, fell. _.'..~Tli. -i-i-i •>"-!
conservative purtlo., ot Baltimore's
aristocracy is Basiling i"i breath ovel
llu- detail*, -i ., HUl.aci-ti.lion dinner,
a cos-tunic affair, Riven lasl night ..I
tin- Elkflilgn Hunt club.
Ono uf Hie prettiest of Baltimore's
young married women, Mrs. l.nl 1*1.1*1,
wlm attended Hm dinner in a bathins
suit, was dumped inlo 1111 improvised
fountain, and was given a sllampoo
with seltzer.
The dinner i.s said hi have been got
up liy Mrs. Henry Clews, jr., i.t New
Weir"'-""1 —
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from da:,- oi deposit
»nd CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch. J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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TRAINMASTER MOVES
(Lethbridge Daily Herald.)
A. Hopkirk, formerly trainmaster
at this point has been made district
master mechanic with headquarters
nt, Cranbn>ok, .1. A. hennedy, assistant trainnias'ter of Macleod, ha« heon
filling the position. The trainmaster's office has been transferred to
Mediciue Hal. the change to take
place on Monday.
Montreal, March 2.—In commenting
upon the sudden death of Judge Kll-
|am, chairman of the railway committee, Sir Thomas Shatighnessy
said:
"1 have known .Unige Killam intimately Ior over 20 years and I always had the greatest possible respect and esteem tor him. He was
a student, a hard student, and he had
one of tbe most evenly balanced
judicial minds that I came in contact with. He was a man absolutely above reproach, nn ideal man for a
position where in order to perform
his whole duty thoroughly, impartiality was niTiissary. Beyond doubt his
untinie.v death in view of the great
Importance of the position he lield is
a national calamity."
NELSON COUNCIL VERY SECRETIVE
Nelson, Feb. 29.—Contrary to tlie
practice existing all over Canada,
the Nelson eity council has decided
lhat all sittings of the stamting committees shall be held in camera. The
council has also gone a step further
and divlared that at the public meetings of the council il it thought fit
to go into committee ol the whole
in order to facilitate tto transaction
of public business, that committee of
the whole sliould also he held privatc-
KING  WILL GIVE   THE   LUMBER
The King Lumber Mills, Limited
through its manager, M. B. King
will donate the lumber for the construction of a sidewalk connecting
lhe St. Eugene hospital with tin
walks of the the city, provided either
the city council or the provincial
government will pay for tne construction. This is a matter which
should receive immediate attention
because at the present time visitors
to the hospital have to walk through
mud or snow, as the case may be,
and the generous oiler oi the King
Lumber mills should nut be overlooked;
A FRIEND IN
?i™
11 Ei.
AFIRE
INSURANCE
POLICY
For Rates, see
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate
Insurance
.ni.i.
TO   I-ARAIXKL
l'RAIRIK LINE
C. 1'. R.
Winnipeg, F.eh. 27.—.lame .1. II...
hn,, spread a large lorce ol engineers
over a stretch ol 1400 miles between
Brandon, Manitoba, an* Calgary, Allierta, preparing, it is said, to parallel the Canadian Pacific system. Two
vears ago Hill made elaborate pre
palatums lor carrying out the same
scheme, but withdrew the engineer!..-.
lorees because ol the financial depression.
BURY IS NOW OENEltAl. MANAGER
At the office ol the second vice-
president ol the O.PR. last evening
circulars wero issued appointing (*•
.1. Bury general manager ol CP.R.
western lines, and F. W. Peters, assistant to the second vice-president,
with headquarters at Winnipeg. These
iro.notions aro effective March 1st.
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promotions ;
LAWSON WINS
ST.
PATRICK'S HAV
STEEL
SOCIALISTS MEET
The Kootenay Socialists held
convention In Miners' union hall in
Nelson on Monday night last and unanimously nominated William Davidson as the Socialist candidate lor
Kootenay in the next general election. .1. Harrington, ol Fernie, occupied the chair and delegates were
presont Irom Fernie, Michel, Ymir,
Trail, Moyie, Sandnn, Kaslo, Rossland, Itevels-toke and Nelson.
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•   TIIE BOAT RACE
The date ot   the Oxford-Cambridge
boat race is now definitely settled (oc
April -1, when the tide on the Thames
is suitable, at 3 o'clock In the after-
no.,... Both crews ate almost
though not quite arranged, and
well on with their practice.
Chicago, ell., March 3.—Lawson
Robertson, ol tto Irish. American
Athletic club, won the sixty yard invitation race at the Sixty-Ninth Regiment games last night, defeating
Dan Kelly, the western sprinter.
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ALL WORK1NO AT BUTTE
Butte, Mont.. March 3.—Work has
started in the mines of tlw Amalgamated, North Butte and Coulcton
Copper companies yesterday. The
entire torcc will be at work In a lew
days
FRENCH STILL AFTER THEM
Paris, March 3—The cabinet today
voted formally to send 4,000 additional soldiers to Morocco to continue Hie aggressive policy ol the
government lu that country and relieve the troops worn out tn the recent fighting with the Moors.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF CRANBROOK
POUNB AND D0(i TAX BY-LAW
Notice is hereby given that on' snd
alter Uie ISth day ol March, 1808,
the provisions of tin- above By-Law
will be rigidly enforced.
Thus  M. Roberts,
SO- City Clerk
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TO RENT
It is Uie intention of the citizens
of Fort Steele to celebrate the anniversary ot the patron saint oi dear
Old Ireland by a grand ball and supper at the band hall, Fort. .Steele, on
the 17th of the present month. Already three hundred invitations have
been sent out to all old residents and
Iriends, and a very large gathering
is expected from Cranbrook, Moyie,
Fernie, Wardner, Marysville, Wasa
aud other places. -No ellort will he
spared by the committee in charge tu
make the ball a success and the old
lapitol of the Kuoteuays will be
herself again.
Erin Oo Braugh.
THE BAND BALL
A good time is assured on t-he evening of the 17th, when the Cranbrook
city band wiil give a ball in lhc new-
opera hopse. The boys art- busy
practicing and the music will be all
that can be desired.    The eity   band
an institution which should have
the hearty and unqualified support ol
every resident ot Cranbrook and it
is to be hoped that there wilt be a
large turnout to their ball. Every
resident interested in having a first-
class baud in Cranbrook should buy
a ticket w-hcther they will be able to
attend or not.
Remember the date: The 17th ol
Ireland
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BAPTISM
At the Methodist church on Tuesday evening, Kosina Edith Lamb, infant daughter of Richard William and
Sarah Ann Lamb, ot this city.
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QUEBEC LEGISLATURE OPENED
Quebec, March 3.—The Quebec legislature was opened this afternoon
by his honor Lieut. Governor .lette,
with the usual ceremonies.
 ,    Perry Creek hotel and ranch.   Fori
ate particulars apply to Herald officii.
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; NOTICE TU WATER AND ElEO *
TklC LIGHT CONSDIERS
Customers will please bear
in mind that all accounts
are due on or belore the 10th,
no discount being allowed ' >
after lhat date. Ollice will '!
be open from 7 to 0 on evening of uiih.
Please bring bills.
CRANBROOK ELECTRIC I IIIIII
CO. Ltd,
WATER SUPPLY CO, ..III.
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BEALE & ELWELL
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
CRANBROOK, it.-'
SNAPS
$350
$500
$300
$1,500
buys LOT AND FOUR ROOMED HOUSE,
south side of town.    Will tnko part cash.
buys TWO LOTS AND TWO ROOMED
HOUSE, also WORKSHOP, or. liaker Hill
Terms
buys LOT,
ou Baker Hi
.HACK AND CHIOKEN BON,
I    Ten.is will I
- given.
Well
buys   182 AORES    near   town.
timberod.   Excellent e-oil for any purpose. THK   fit AN HOOK    11 KHALI)
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• I.,.I... made Coatil.    Fumy
• Waists.  Anylhlni! lu
• Cl.iltlrell's Weal.
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111   News of the District
Written by Briglit Correspondents and Gleaned Irom Newspapers
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CKANBROOK SASH AND
DOOR COMPANV
Jlauufm-htivra uud Oetilors
in
SASHES, DOORS AND ALL
KINDS OF ROUOH AM)
DRESSED LUMBER
li.i.iil Work a Specially
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When Vou
Come to the Metropolis stay at  the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Kockcmlor.
l-ruprietors
Opposite C. P. W.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Aha.
... .1   11,-lleiiiv,    u   ... Sunyiie,
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McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
l-l i\,i AND UKL'MS
Ili-l, Clu.a l.aueo Must.-
Vlwaya 1'ii.to.iln.g
.ij..!. tin ...ii ..i town Kin*a'ge.
I'  ..   Ilo. '.I-      CKANHKIHIk. U.C.
McVITTIE& PARKER
Provincial Land Surveyors
R.ILWAV   .Ml   M.MMI   ESIilWKRINIi
OFFICES   VC  I-'OIIT   .I'i:i-'.l..'   IM-
III.'.NHI.'i.i.iK
Ki.tln.ates Ku.11l1l.e1l
Fori m-.-Ii- I'. 11. Hus -.'.-..
Ciaiiliniiik 1'. I). Hoi II
foleplioiielVI.
(ieo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Dm wiil. 1- out lulvOrttaoin-Mit, I.ui wt-
imt thin ml in iln* llt.i.tl.1 fu
piii|iliHBi«e 11.
CRANBROOK, ll. C.
Nwn I nww irimlrong Avemiu
ll'I.LI'lloNK IH
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
One Way
Colonist RatestoAlberta
and British Columbia
1 im.!
Toronto llnuitlord, .iuelnh,
O-flt, London 114(1.05
Kingston .    950. II.
Ottawa #51.1..
Do., via Chicago H."»_!, l.'i
Montreal *5-_'.7<>
Ouebt.             e«5li....>
St. Jottn-.flai.cion 800.05
H-tlifnx 8H3.15
Ticket. 0.1 .-..-.le  Feb.   loth to
April .-ti.h. 100K
('.,ii,!f|..ii,.lii,-ily    low    lule,.  fl'ul
ll.ter.iteilllito point..
Flir Inrthei iiarlieuliirs/.-iill on 1
writ..,
c. b. Mcpherson.       j. h..h,
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CO PLAINS
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(Krom our own correspondent)
Mi   11. Koliey ami family  moved to
Krag Itrls week.
The llollniau     house changed bauds
week,
to W.
Jlol-t,
Uu
M>.  .lohn
Mi-1... m
umlurstan
Ue hai.
'..» and
.U..U
,11.1 M
.■llmi;
Shea.
Kia,mi<
Molt
linowu imn trom our ..•■« expo,
to be .. straightforward, upright
No bou.,- ut ihe Pass was i-oiid
butler iban llie Uoltmun house
il„. llmu .Mi A1..11 bongltl 11
tli    Stephenson live years ago.
hotel  in Suulh lias.  !>' na)
11,-,i .1 better class   »i liquors
,-isais, and Hie    meals superinl
ov.-i by Mrs   Moll would put la.
nun- rail.     The house w.is ope
im-   lumber   lack as well as
champagne llavorod capitalist,
onu   was   barred,   nol ovi
Morgu...     No iii-in vu-i w
01   was sent   empty away
.1..Im. as in,, hoys call him
jiiuifss 1.. he al. AUgol, be li.
er ,to heaven than a lot oi ihos.
tercd saiuis one meets aloii;. Uu
1.11 spunking ul  the     sale  Willi
Mot. ..a ..ur return from tbo
he expressed no regrets,  made
levies against anybody and we
nolico luui shedding an)  tears,
always lound    butt as squat,- a
.,•<..(uniiluii- as ever ea
wish  hi
Hi,
N,.
I-ierpuul
t huugr)
Tliuiigb
lid
I ,-los
■ |,las
.  [UKf
Mi
t.iuill.
sulci
el)
evory tin,
t li.i 1    Jlfc
malic as
house
bulug will and lav.
■ui't  SOU  how   llmi
|.C
and Shun  mil    1
..I   llu:     I..... Ill .11.
hoi
lu
ml
ami
Mil-:-
uli-
I,lu-etl.
such 1
tbey, have
table ron
, llr. Moll
ably known
tti  Iail  Mill
Ml which
m Todbuiiler,
.I. visit with
111 neu ,,, i.'.,,.,.
s iiiiiii-
iiiiii
sp I"
l-i.-.l   Uo
Wl)
oil,..
ilo
.1.
.111,1 i.il- Tobacco Plains collliu-)
wceii. So.eriil Spokane oiuttis 1
went into Ihu Flaiiie.nl ttilri.-l.t-. it
lions, ilk- Inlend i_oin_; in there a.
llns spring. The sin... is all _
aim it is expected there will be .
sidi-iahle movement into Canada it
tin- soulh.
Tobacco Plains apples have taken
lit,- lirst prize at the Helena slate
tan and this laet is.causing a rush
from lhe Middle Wesi Slates and 1
.-stale i.s lalilng a Ilia, .lump. Tobacco 1'laitis will have lint., vegenlubli
and imni'l-al exhibits al Nelson, Clan-
hroi.lv and Calgary lairs tins- year
We have the goods ami tbe crowds
are moving this way. .Now our at
tractions are being universally advertised. Kind readers will please
remember .bat the Tobacco I'lain:
country is south-east 01 Simpson's
banana., belt. Come to lOlko
we'll !,*l yuu know all ahoul il.
Hurry Skinner, ui the Armour
l algal v, was in Klko this week
a Ial  business.
.1. .lobuslon, manager oi the
>v Livingston Lumber company,
a party of gentlemen from -ill
drove to Huti-way this week.
Rev.    Father   Tavernier,
celebrated mass in   Elko
Boy,
doing
'ugh
ami
. eritlo
Sun-
Bone
inns
1 Wright came down
Coulee aud spent se
ttt town Ihis week.
I'. OeVel
, Craitblo
l.iltll-dav.
> Iiiuii, alder...
>k,  passed  thr.
111 fo
ugh
Fied    Ritchie,     ,.(   W
wholesale grocers anil Ir
Vj.'tiiiia,  It.  I!.,  was in
dav taking otilers for
.vis
chic
■si  pick li
.i Importers,
Klko Satin-
gon trucks,
... A. Frost, ..[ Cranhrook and
Ifini-ka, was in Klin lasl. week sell
mg 10 and 30 acre hnil blocks .-n
Tobacco Plains, south of Klk...
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MOYIE
(Kt*oi  tho N.iyit  Unlet >
Tlif DW-nors ol the Half Moon prop
1-1 iv   nit'  making    .i|i|ilii\itiuii  foi      n
Mis. Saml.-is and h.iM ram.- hull
t.iu   I'l.uvljinol.   Wifliii's.l.ty.
Thos, Kelly, secretary of llu- mi
rs uni..11 was in Crnnbrintk  Morula
A. T. Clar!( Is ai presenl In Vai
Oliver, Imt wiil probably go novi
1 tin- spring.
M.
day.
Hairy Dimoek was in Crnnliroi.li
Thursday.
Worrying over a little financial
mailer at one ol tlie hanks, "Jimmy"
Crosby, ;i Moyie merchant, anise
from his toii the other morning ;ii
three o'clock and walked to Cranbrook, arrived there at eleven. Hi
covered the 21 miles in eight hours
Hi- came bome on the train mul was
at his place of business iii tto aftei
noon as usual. Most merchants allow lbe banks to lose the sleep, but
imt  with "Jimmy."
telephone system in Moyie. tbe tiusi-
ik-ss men here an; liguri-tt* on putting
ii .tn independent sy-ytem-
Harry l.aloude, lor several years
, resident of Moyie, where be *as
mployed at the St. Kugene conccn-
trator, was married tm February
34th t.i Miss M. Bouctwr, at Notre
Dame de la Sulfite, in t,ht* province
..1 Quebec. Harry's many Moyio
friends will to pleasrd tu ..vai of
ihi-. good news.
I'M, Cliesnutt, tbe bUctsuiili, \s in
the hospital at Cranbrook sntWlnft
from heart trouble. Ue was very
1 1..s-t reports.
l»w
Di. Watt, ImralaratlOB nisixt'-ior i*t
illilfSKHte, was in triwu 'I'ues'ituy.
ilins;,  who is I'.jmiei-ted
(imd's la* office      in
a.s in town tot an   hour
lliul
"Hi
l.i...it
Kagli
li" Coiilter went down lo Craft-
\.*stei(>ay Ift tiike Iti the bit;
smoker.
"I'r.u" Hatch came back to Muyie
Ihis week after au absence of aluiu-st
I wo years, Tbe professor, it will
In? remembered, orffaoi'/rd a com
puny and started out ou tto road
from Cranbrook,'bttli tbe w.Usts di:
banded nl Lethbridge. Tbeu tbo
professor drifted south lo Stui-dpoiui.
Idaho, and got married. His hoonj
lies nnule it- accessary for bim to
abaiidon the footlights, so be Iniru-td
a trade and became a barber. Whiju
her.' two years ago, Ifuteb woiked ih
the mine, and made paper ornaments
as a side issue. lie was uoM for
the expensive jewelry whieh he wore,
his di,
sands
in..i.ds   running
dollars.
up into thou-
Miss Ida Whitehead aud Mr. Ch.
Breiicbley, both well aud favorably
known in Moyie, were married a short
time ago at lbe Whitehead farm near
-tfiiiti Alberta. Tho Leader extends congratulations.
\ FERNIE
4
(Prom the Kemie Viet Press.)
Curds are out announcing tbe ap*
Pniaehing marriage of Mr-  K> Potter
l):!VriS3ii on tbe l-ifh'of Mirct" 1
Tom Whelan was taken to the Feruie hospital today to be operated on
iui appendicitis. A host of friends
will watch for his speedy recovery.
Rome was not built in one day
Neither was tbe Fernie post office,
A. W. Uleasdell left on Thursday
afternoon for . Montreal. He had
just, received word t-bat bis son
"Billy" is dangerously ill in the hospital there.
Louis llercbmer has been appointed
depim mining recorder at Marvsville. '
Dr. Hell, of Cranbrook, was registered at the Kernie on Wednesday.
1 ranbrook has .-.cared j enough
snow to protect tbe lull wheat.
Tropical bird:- are appearing there.
A parrot, was seen tbe other night.
For further particulars see Ids bin.
Geo. Mammal, ol -Juud Forks,
gland chancellor of the Knights . of
Hritish Columbia, paid an official
visit tu Fernie lodge NTo. 21 ob
Tuesday  night'.
I). J, Johnson, of Cranbiook', passed through Fernie on bis way home
from the prairie on Thursday.
A.  Heal ii    was in  town Weilnes
i   Tiring of  waiting for  the
brook    company     to install
(From the District Ledger.)
Two   cars in    (he Q. |». H. yards
ere demolished this week through
time cars petting away on the M.F,
M, railway.
The K, I'.'s of Cranbrook held high
iirnlval at thai point last Saturday,
being joined by a coiititigtmt from
Spokane and Fernie. Tbe local
Knights report a grand . lime and
would like to s-eo it repeated in Fernie.
Two rinks of local curlers were in
('ranbrook on Wednesday, and playeh
friendly game witb two rinks
there. Fernie was one point down
be score, being 15 to Iti. Rev.
(Irani and W .1 Blundell Mkiippnd for
Fernie,
li'ii Whimster wej-t to Craubrook
ii .Sunday and while there kept bis
ye on our friend Aiebie
A. Buckley went to Craubrook
on Sunday au the delegate fraa bere
lu llie regular meeting of tbe typo-
grnpblcnl union at Cranbrook.
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iiinu our own ooireMUHuiaat)
James Smith spent last Saturday
in i'ranbrook on business.
Mrs. IL IL   Bohart and son Harry
visited at. the home ot Mr. and Mrs-
II. Lindsay, manager ot tbe CroWs
Nest Pass Lumber company's sawnull
here, returned from Spokane on Sunday evening last to resume Ms duties
during the coming season.
Don't he a knocker. Hide your
little hammer and speak well ol your
neighbor. There Is no nd bt fun in
minding vour own business, but it
takes some people a long time to
lind it oul. Won't be a clam %u4
keep vour mouth shut.    Open up and
Peak' cheerfully,     Tbe worid is   big
tbem.      Scatter   your    roses now.
Go to bed   each night     with the
thought    that  you     have done some
good     during the   day.     Love right
and you will die right.
S. A.   Ingli.s.    laffray,  lust   week
George Wilson, <»1 Marysville, is|
renewing old acquaintances in   town
ttd attending the leap year ball,
gi»en by the youbg people in the Library ball oil Friday evening.
Ale*. Siitlterlaml, u( Michel, spent
Sunday with his family in i-owii.
Mrs. Anderson, ol JaNiay, came up
on Fiiday last to tlo some buying al
tto Crows N-W! Pass Lumber com
pony's big departmental store.
John Mnitiii, ol Swansea, was a
guest ai. the home of bis parents here
ibK week.
TORTURING SKIN DISEASE
Afflicted this bright little girl,
Mis F. Miner, of 311 Suffolk Strtct, Guelph, Ont., Myt: "A year
uuee, wliile while living in Oshawa, Ont., my little daughter Lorindt. ux
ytari of age contracteda ikio diaease on the upper part of her body. Thii
ii.-it brnkc '..ii tike nny watet blUters, aitei wardk uking the foiti-i of-dry ac>l». Theu
would distppeai fei » iho'n time and il.n. toip^eui w.nte tlun e?er. The clmhit
cuiinng in conuci witli the ikin set up tucli -> n-v.tt Irritation ih>i it *** inipc.jitii.le
10 keejl hn from »cttl'ching. Wc tried virimii pieimraiions yet ohttined no
H«od n-f'-.if until mc I't^nii u>mg /-lu.-liuk. With .-uii application the irritation
iml MjientM w*t greatly telleved, xnil the child iwictl euler. Thro' continued
uttngi tlie eruptions ind mbi fait illlippeilietl an.l in a -.I'.on ipace of time the -.kin
■*,,», foiiii'leiti)' cleared fo>m ll.e diiease. li ii now some iiiuniln ilnce we iue.i
/um. Buk, and »■> there me un tigm ol an) more eiupitom Lieakin^ out on lin hod),
Learning     makes
mv k.t himsell.
411    III  com
Kna,  the
Ur. and Mrs
ijiiito ill fo
pin11 10K-iNu\ MiNtk^uim
live-yeat-oltl ilaiigbler 0
Hert Brown, has   beet
several days.     Hi.  Met
vU; was called from Craubrook       01.
Sunday evcuing and since that    time]
the patient  is improving slowly.
A GOOfi    V13All  FOB    UNIONISM
Ottawa, F«b. 28.—Tbe year 1107]
was a good one for the development (
of tho trades union movement iu
Cnnndn, being productive of greutet ■
organization than in any twelve
months since 1903. Tbe Labor Gazette for Feb run ry contains an in-1
teres ting article upon this point Hour
which it is gleaned that tbo total I
number ul labor oraaniznltotis formed '
iu Canada during 11(07 was 333; and
of organizations dissolved fit), being a
net incrense during tlie year of 171 in
the number of organizations in existence. *..«
Clarence Hailing, of Crunbro
tended the leap year ball in
on Friday nigbi.
di,
it. A. Macconnell, who bas been ill
for some tame, was able to resume
his services in the mill hall on Sunday evening last.
The leap year ball given in the lib
rfiry ball on Friday'evening, February 28l-b, by the young people of tin
town, was one of the most successful
events ever held in Wardner The
large hall was crowded lo its utmost
capacity. The. Mellenry orchostra,
ol Cranbrook, luraisbwi excellent
music far the dancers. Those present from Craubrook were the Misses
Leitcb,    Miss    Ncilson,  Miss    White
all.... Wllchn, Mien CIIIS, of \ alicoil
vci|. Miss Roland, Miss Small, Miss
Ha vies, Miss Cline, Miss -ticuniiy,
Mr. llai'rv lloffney, of Calgary, Mr.
Sherwood. Mr. Warren HeBick. Mr.
Clarence Darling, Mr, Irving Willson,
Mr. Frank Dickinson and Mr. Hail.
The party came bv a special car in
the evening, returning «.n Saturday
—""'xf. -.-o*" "Pints from Klko
were Mrs. klingensmitn u...» "u. -UJ
Mrs. Todhtinter. Those from Jaf-
frey were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Inglis',
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mr
biddy, Mr. and Mrs. Thorp, Miss
Stevens and Mr. Archie I.eitch. An
excellent lunch was served by the
ladies and dancing engaged iu until
the'wee sina' hours of the morning
Mrs. LaYanger is suffering from
severe relapse of neuralgia. She    was
taken to the    hospital at, Cranbiook
on Monday last for treatment.
Mrs. Walls, of Fernie, spent Sunday
with her daughter F.mma, returning
on Monday afternoon.
Mr. Lund left for Nanton, Alberta
on Sunday afternoon on business,
Miss ilazol Bohart. ot St. Josuph's
.school Nelson, B. C, arrived home
on Sunday evening last.
WALDO
(Special correspondence.)
On tbe evening of the 22nd inst the
residents of the Waldo district were
entertained to a progressive pedro
parly by the employes of the Baker
Lumber company. The weather was
very favorable and a large gathering
of ladies and gentlemen were present.
A- select committee, consisting of
Messrs. Cohoon, Smiley and McConnell was formed to carry out the
necessary arrangements, and to their
credit be it said that the brilliant,
success of 1he evening proved how
eminently they tilted the position,
Card playing commenced at 8.;tti p.m.
and during tbe evening tbe members
of tbe committee were attentive iu
seeing,tbat refreshments iu the shape
of fruit, etc., was passed round at
frequent intervals. As no one wished to carry home tbe "booby"
trophy, a considerable amount of
pleasant rivalry was displuyed during
tbe evening. The game came to an
end at 11.80 p.m. when a substantial
supper was served und the different
prizes were awarded. Mrs. Boss, of
Krag, and Mr. George Lewis, of
Waldo, canted off the first prizes for
ladies and gent's respectively. Aftei
Miss Watt treated tlie company lo (
beautiful tradition of tbe hai Ltd "Tin
Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lo
mond," tbe party dispersed, all hav
ing enjoyed the evening's entertain-
meit.
HOlJt   AND   BRITISH   UNITE
The union between Briers and Britons was further ceineh'ted last week
by the marriage in the Dutch church
in London ::f Marit yiungtst sister
nt General Botha, former Commander-in-Chief ot the Transvaal army,
and now premier ol the new colony,
to Mr. R- C. Hawkins, a harrister-
nt-litw and a prominent Liberal.
HARDLY   ANY
There isn't
Much bliss
ln a telephone kiss.
_ntrmin0l.
There's little
To please
ln a postage
stamp squeeze
\ge-Merald.
Chicago   News-Herald.
There isn't
Much mon
In printing
For fun.
THE
GRIP
ailliif.nl itivil
yuu  if you
ir vigor   by
• food.
or nny other
not trouble
iiitiiiitain yoi
BOUtid, wliiilciinmi-
"Hovrll" is a puye preparation ut' IVH'. li is a
stivn^tlifiiiiiL' ami stimulating food, nml Jin occasional enpof itovril will
eimblriyoti l-o gel the best
mil of ynur ordinary diet.
Itovril, Ltd., 27 S. Peter St..
Montreal
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J. EDGAR DAVIS!!
nn 1 ok
AND
CEMENT
Wl >1!K
CRANHROOK
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Railway Equipment
New and Relaying Rails, Shay (Scared Locomolivcs,
llcislcr (icarcd l.iicuniolives
I "KXinR Cars and Trucks, Sawmill Machinery,
Sales and Vault Doors
Writ.- („i |irl,-ua 1.11,1 ful nl. .s".-*:
(iorman, Clancey & Qrindley, Limited
SI.1.90X, li. 0.
01)11. Ave, \v„»t
I'Al.t.AHY
Tjtii' .il,-Uli Btreet
EUMOSTON, Al.TA.
I.AN.'l-; AT WARDNER
SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN HU\1K-
SI'BAU R1-OUI.ATIONS.
Alty uvu.l..t,le ..uu.i.iiu.. I.AUiti
w 1II1111 Um   Hmlw.iy licit, iu   bi.tl.ll
UulumllU, Uu, _• _irtlil-.li-_.lrU lif
nay |ii-t_„.i win, ._ tlie m.lu liru.. ut *
lu....ly, or uuy .null, uver U y>-».. ul
■u_e, tu itin ui.-,ut ul u..»-uuttrt«r
! Kt'i,'l.o.. u. ItiU uc.rH, .nun, ui lex*.
Kuuy n.u.t Iw 11.U1.0 |K.iiu.i»..y at
ilie lucul Uuil uilitu im tbe di_tr.i>t
in wl.ii.-li .lit. lu.nl U. uilWtM..
'I'l.t, Itu.uvkUi.U'.t' is. .eifuueil lu |k-.i-
luiu. Ll,-. cu.iuit.,,.1. tuiifiiuU'il Uie.a*
w.lt. u.uli-i une ul Hit lullowliv
plA'M.
(.1 AI li-u.l uii uuiutlu' l,-«iil«.i't
i.|i.... uud vult.VHL.uu ul tlw Uml l«
>-a.-l. yttur lur U.tro ytuis.
(2) II llu. uilit'. (ui niulliii, II
...ti ..aim t_ d-uuukod), ul U.e tti-ute-
Uw
tto
.....uiicueuU .is to -*.;.ti!e_-e iiiuy Iw
s.ili..ivil by uuc-b |,«..,,u if_ldiun willi
Wi. father m u.othur.
(S) 11 tlie .uiiK-i has I.li jieuiia-
no.it   ..--iili-iu.i.   upuu    luiiuiug lutiu
a lucul' an j full of good people,    Be om   ot ui other polite,
The oBce -ted ol the Crows   Nt-st
l-uss Lumber Company eav.- a    very
eajoyuhle dunco at Wardner lasl Friday night.       A   number   ..I VO*inKlsi^di.rriis.3e»"ttlMMra'li>rm'lB"
people Iron. Cranbrnok allendwl.     A, v-1;-„-ly u( Uw UM ^^^ ,„r
couth was put on to a tti-lRht k">i>K ' ■
eust to take then, down and they ro*
turned ou Ihe Spokane lrei«l.t       ...i
Saturday morning.       They nil    say
Ihey had    a splendid    timu and an.          .   _j _..„,„.
loud in their praises ol the way ttiry|„m,',,| 'by liim"iu" tiie ekiiiitt"ul lie
wen> irea.nl by the pedple ol Ward- |ioiue*Wad, th* reuulrenumtt •. I«
ner. Mcllcury's orohestru furnisluvlj mhlenti way Ik sutlslled by ie»i*
tho mudc, which was, ol course, lhc uwiue upon the said land.
best. Dancing was kept up until I sin mouths' notice lu willing
daylight, when a sleigli drive was shuuld be given tu the L'uiumiaaiuia-
ladulged in until it was time for lhc jo! Dominion Landa al Ottawa ol in*
return trip tn Cranhrook. Among tenth... to apply lur patent.
those who went Irom here were the. conl lands may be purchased at
l-isjfs_.eii-_, Jtlss Davis, Miss BI-' till per acre lor s,,li coal and IM
lis, Miss Willson, Miss Rowland, Miss loi anthracite. Not .nine tl.au 320
Ncilson, Miss Small and Miss Moran; acres cau he acquired by one iodi-
Messrs. 0. I.eitch, W. Hall, C, Dar-; vidiuil or company.    Royalty at tto
Hug, I. II  Willson, II. Bremner,     I.irate of   ten i-enis    per ton ul 	
Leitcb, Krc«« and C, Yeandle     He-]pounds   shall     be cullet-ted
sides the Cranhrook contingent      * grown output.
large aumticr attending trom Jaftray W. W. ("OUY.
on   Uw
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\ Phone 57 Head Office, Calgary Alia.
We now have a full line of fresh and smoked fish
Kippered Salmon
Crabs
t-innan I laddie
Fresh Salmon
Whitefish
Kippered llerrinic
Smoked Halibut
Bloaters
Fresh Halibut
The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd.
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Pabst! Pabst! Pabst!
BEER
.liia. reoeived a OAB of I'ABST BOTTI.BD BI.RR
llu- BEER of QUALITY.
UL L. McDERMOT
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars
CRANHROOK. It. C.       -       -       I'IIONI! 17
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Manu.ai-.urirs ut
Rough i.nil|ilrea-ied
LUHBER and
UiriENSIONS
Also nil kinds ol
MOUI.DIN03
MILLS AT
-liilTrt.y, Kyuu iiuil
Oruiiiirouk, 11.0.
Head Ollice, -Craakrook
NOW IS THE TIME
tn select your
WALL
PAPER
New Desigt.a, Coloring!, K to
B.  H. SHORT
The PNlnlcm and Decorator*
Wo employ flrslrlufts painters
ami papiT lian^t'iti
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Try a   Caae nf
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two Dozen  Pints   $1.50
I.,liml ... .li.ii.hobs'.   Tl.e li..cut  boyonmo .... ti... .uui-ket
tor I'a.i.ilj anil tulili- us...   Imparts vigor ...ul
limil.!,. ami tones tip tin- lasl) g.-.u-riilly
JAMBS KERRIGAN
llrmvcr, t'n.i.l.i-.i.ik,  II. t!
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A. C.  Bowness
Wholesale Doiiler in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
We
make a specialty of giving prompt
attention to Mail Orders
Deputy ol tto Minister ol tto UMtltt    ******************************************** THU   CUAJN1SKUOK    HKJtAI.lt
WK bave just u|»-.u.l up .. very larye consig.iuiont nl Ladies'Lingerie Waists, Skirts. New
Dress Muslins, Prints, Spring Coats, Rainproof Coats, Umbrellas. Etc., Etc.   Tl.e values
art' undoubtedly for al.enrl of anything previously show... and stylo urn] Ht of our Ready-
to-Wear Garments are guaranteed perfeot,   If il is necessary-to have nny slight alteration, we
do so free of charge.
White Lingerie Waists
The lovelieBt an.l it-niiitii-.-i Lawn Waists.
trim..led with Valenoiet.i.es Laco uml Insertion.    A hn i lu-antifulli looked,
Prices: $I.2S lu S5.0Ueach
Ladies' Rainproof Coats
A ij.agnilice.il collootion of Ilia verj Intoi
styles, ranging in pri.'.' from
$7.5U In $24,110
Skirts
Tlm largest and most up-to-date range of
Skirls ever shown iu Crnnbrook Made of
Fine Panama, Wool Taffeta, Venetian Cloth,
New Tweeds, in plait, and stadow stripe
effects.
Tl.e priceB ure iuu numerous lo uiontiou,
but we corditdly invite your inspuotiun.
New Spring Coats
luteal  New  York   Styles,   in   Boi or
Semi-Fitting
$10.50. $11.50, $1.1.50 and JU.50
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OUR    MILLINERY   AND    DRESS    OPENING
ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. AND FRIDAY. ISIH. 19th. AND 2QTH
I BURNS BROTHERS
CIANUMK'S
raniuit STOW
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HILLCREST I
THE "PITTSBURG  OF  CANADA
Tbt* tuwn nf HilltivKt |h Hltiiiitnit w If bill lints than imp niiln ul Uiu nmin
i-utniui'p ui tin-Knink mini', willibi thnw'.qanrters of 11 mile nf t-he HpIIpvIcw
'Hiiiip, wiibin tliiv'--.|ii.u-t..ri..)' a mil» uf Hip Mu|>Ip tout iiiiii.-. within liim.-
(lunrit-ri. ..I n mil.> of th.' l-pltpti Onllltri'-fl iiixl wltbtnone-half mile ol tlie Hill-
t'roit mint?.
THE TOWNSITE WILL BE OPENED SHORTLY
Ait hotel raiting TBS THOUSAND DO I iL A Its line ju«t lieen fli.Islml ami tbo
lumiture ii being iiin'iillt'tl There ore nlwatly fortj-flpvou t.uiltlitifri-in the
rown. Tto HIU.CRKST MINK I AY..-U.L nveratten between $15,000 mi.i
*ai,n-«i ptr til-Hitb. while the eombluej payroll uf tbe iiiIiiph siirr.mrjiliiiir the
town iiiiif tonboiit
|      ilH,Nt per Naath. All From Miles Within Ok Nile of Town
Price*ol bit* will benniit
kt-t [ur t wo yenrn mul li-'i- b
i-nitl in Oanttil i.   It liurunn
Kor furl Iim- iiartlculnri* nj
C.  P.  HILL,
pil hIkuiIv. Hlllitrefit ennl line been on tbo war-
' till le-ttN proven Unci, tbu MhIhm prn.le Nteuui
vhlto us-b ttn.J la ul.Mutiili'ly b'.-t- from .linker-.
HILLCREST, ALTA.
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Chains! Chains!
i mr Stork of Lndles1 an.l Geiit'e
i 'luiiiiB is verj- complete.
l.nitlM* Oofcl Killed Cbaina,
la.BOtoliaon
1.11.lien' 10  nn.l Ilk   G61(l
Chnins    $20.00 to $35.00
(tents' GoH Filled Chains,
$8.00 to $15.00
rtetitit' io nn.l Ilk. i.ul.l
Chains     $is oo tn $+).m
Our .'Iiniii- nre iihi.Ip by n-liable
manufacturers, and fully guaranteed to Klvt-autiatiu'tiou.
W. F. TATE j.?:,.,
i,.kliil w«i,.|i Inspector.orC .' It.
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BLYS RESTAURANT
THE PLACE   I/I/HERE  PEOPLE MEET
Con.oen.l play thcslol innchlnent Bly'e.
<; Wii CATI-R l;0« BANQUETS, BALLS, AND PARTIES
Our 25c. Business Men's Lunch served daily from II lo 2.
OPEN Al.l. NIUMT.
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i Fountain Pens l
WATKIIMAVS "IDEAL" FOINTA1N
I'KNS, in nil standard ni-/t-s. Pitted with "Clip
flips." it ia next to iinpasBiblo to lose then. Iron, tho
|K.cket or ItOll.
Tlie polntB tu'.' nni.ort.-il ... suit nil users nml i.-.tn
rnhteed.
WU       U7II    C/tHk] Jeweler and
•    lie     rT lL.OVFl^le Mradimle   Op.lc.en
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Cranbrook New Opera   House
A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION
THE
Beggar Prince Opera Co. i|
Friday, March 13:
Saturday, "     14:
" Fra Diavolo."
"Circus Clown."
notable   cast,   including   MISS
BALCH, Prima Donna
ETHEL
Sale of Scats opens at Beattie & Atchison's, Monday, March 9
Cigars
I am the man
that sells
Cigars
S.J.MI0HT0N
The Tobacconist
LOCAL   NOTES
PICKED UP   ABOUT   TIIE CITY
nv ASKING QITKSTIONS OT
MANY PEOPLE.
UM (or $3.25 at Fink*.
$.1.7543.50 Ior $2.50 at Finks.
Mrs. II. Robichaud is io tbe -hospital quite ill.
There are a number oi Hindoo* ift
town this week.
WANTFD-Woman &x*. A_pplf
Ur. F. W. Green. 50
V T. Swttaer, of Medicine Hat, ts
nr ihe Rnyal hotel.
W. A. Hall, ot Grand Forks, w»? in
Cranbrook this week.
.1. ti. McCallum visited fleroie tbt
beginning ol the week.
W. M. Jarvis. ol Calgary. v%n ifc
Cranbrook on Monday.
(i. I,. Pedlar, of Kernie, was it
Cranbrook last Monday.
.1. lltirkt-. of Kamloops, Is register
tit at the Royal today.
Malcolm Murray, ol JaQiray, was
iu Crnnbrook yesterday.
R. H. Hunter, of Calory, vr*s ia
Cranbrook cm Tuesday.
R      .1. t.owry, of   Swansea, it   a
ranbrook visitor today.
i.f  Marysville,
C R-  Craig.
town today.
Robort Robson. oi Mayook,
town yesterday.
I. It. Davcy, ol    Wardner,
Fi
Men's spring and sumiii-:  shoes going at a big discount.—CCS.
Sec   <>ur samplus    of niadtMo-onlii
clothing.     Good suit. J17.50.--C.C.S,
Do your    washing    witb   the i\ew
Century Washer,     it will pay      ior Cranbrook visitor yeaterdaj
itself.      Call and    see them at Pat-;   mmi uule ww oH.r fr
more Bros. Stflelfl vesterdav.
•Tbe House ol iloberl.n.    are un-     W, E< Woo.thouse, of Calgary, Is at
or-.      ... the    - .th.,di..n    gentlemen, the Hotel Cranbrook.
|   H. H. Ross, ol Waldo, is registered
,{ at the Cranbrook today.
N   .James    Finlay, manager ol       tbe
,    ,        ,    - I Sullivan nunc, is in Cranbrook    to-
Ladies   don t    forget   the sale    id day
Doily Vardcn and impress shoes
less than oust priee at Finks.
Agents C.C.S.
Revised and   enlarged edition
"Songs of a   Sourdough'' by Sa
at Beattie & Atchison s.
-Hlll>.lll
What is more appetizing than a
helping uf those large, smooth, subtle
green olives.     See Finks new stock.
Davies' sweet picsie rel sh bas a
host of admirers. Davies relish
suits particular people Fink* sell
it.
E. Johnson returned on Tuesday
irom Creston, where hu baa been on
buaiuass connected witb umber interests.
The Rev. F i' Flewelltng spent
several days last week witb his
daughter, Mrs. S. J. Towgocd- at
Sandon.
Finks aim at a square deal iu
every transaction ol business. A
trial order is all tbey ask- You Will
bo satislied.
Mr. and Mrs. it. S. Huron v, ill
leave for Vancouver iu about three
weeks time, where Uiey will in iu-
ture reside.
J, tt. Mowe, baggage inspector loi
the C.P.R., is at the Royal- Mr.
Moore is making his monthly inspection in Cranbrook.
There will be a general meeting of
the members of the Kootenay club
at Mighton's hall on Monday, .uarca
l«th, at S.30 p.m.
James Doyle, of Marvsville, left for
Nelson on Tuesday as a committee ol
one in the interests of the miners
union of Kimberley.
H. Sawyer is building a three story
hotel at Marysville on the site of the
Royal hotel, which was destroyed by
lire a few months ago.
Mr. ami Mrs. 11. K. Carter have
taken the S. J. Morrow house on Bur-
well avenue, recently vacated by Mr.
awl Mrs. W. J. Atchison.
Du away with the drudgery on wash
day, get one uf our »\ew Century
Washing Machines nml let it do tbe
worl[.~Patmore Bros.
Tbe meeting of the executive ol tbe
Board of Trade which was to have
taken place this afternoon is postponed, as a quorum could not be bad.
li. H. Ashworth, accountant at the
Uobinson-McKenzic's  Lumber       company's mill, has been confined to his ]u',mi
room with lumbago for some days.   |.UHi
Chas. Smith, who recently returned!la the last "C.l'.lt. Vlance until after
from a trip to Michel*, says that therti|Faster, though it is understood that
is a movement on foot to establish some id tbe boys will arrange for u
an'Odd Fellows lodge at that place.: dance every two weeks.
Let us show vou the 1008 Debaviil Mr- Annan Jones entertained n
Cream Separator. It Is Un-w.imM>rl">ry largo number of Itiuuds nl Uie
perfection. The best that money and Imperial Bank un luesday evening
brains can produce.-Patmorc Bros.    Iltsl-     1 he .programme was much en-
m,      „,   ,. . I joyed   and    many -novel competitions
The    Weavers,'   "Beth  NorweU, \took    place.       During     tbe evening,
Shaiity Bay," "Ring Binning, the photographer, tooit      a
'-   Light Kternai.' iiiashlight photograph.     Tin-       jollj
eompnny dispersed at 11 a.m.
,   Farmers and ranchers are investing
George Leask's new residence    on ia ^^    OuLaval   Cream Separators,
Edwards street, is     nearing comple- because they are money manors    and
Won.     When finished Mr,  Leask will time savers.    Tbey will save      Irom
ten to   fifteen dollars per euw      per
E, O. Cann, ol Moyie
by    Mrs. Cann, are guests   at     the
Cranbrook.
\V. J. Morrison and wife, of Vancouver, were registered at the Hotel
• ranbrook  yesterday.
.Miss Gertie Bock, formerly dining
room girl at the Wentworth hotel,
left yesterday for Phoenix,
I1 McConnell, proprietor oi the
Island hotel, Waldo, was unfortunate
enough to bave his tjiouldei put out
...i jumt last Saturday.
Constable Munis and Chiel ul
Police ii. v. put up a great job on
H J Fluid today. It is said that
Uc   Rollins was buck id it.
V -l Leighthausv.r, the Marysville
hai bet, spent a couple ol days' in
Craubrook this week and left yesterday on a business trip to Nelson.
The city council has asked the
board ol trade to co-operate la the
mtfttor of an Fast Kootenay exhibit
for the Dominion Kan at Calgary.
Complete sawmill for sale- Sew
boiler, engine, conveyor chains, etc.,
complete. Terms. Write H. u.
Box M'.t, Cranbrook. 50-it"
David Fmory has resigned tho position of city teamster and James Foster has been appo nted in his place.
Mr. Foster will make an ideal man
in that place.
Alex. McLennon, a C. P. R. conductor nf Fort William, spent several
days in Cranbrook the past week,
visiting at the homo of Ins brother,
Conductor D. J. McLennon,
"The House ol Hoberlin," are tailors to the Canadian gentlemen,
Agents C.C.S.
Leask & Henderson, tin- tailors,
have just received a large stoek of
the latest Scotch and English tweeds.
French cloths and West of England
serges. This well known and old
established firm are in a better position than ever to supply up-to-date
clothing.
"The House of Hoberlin
ors       to the     Canadian
Agents C.C.S.
The c. p. it.   Quadrille
Tuesday night in    the
was well attended, between 71
louplos being present,     Thb
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦K       >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•>
NEW
EDISON THEATRE
Formerly  Wentworth Hall
ConthiuMS Performances.        Moving
Illustrated Songs
Pictures.
" art
tail-
gentl
'iiit-ti.
club
da ncc
new
opera
ll. tlw     4UMK ol  me appoint
i,l politic    ant. license i-omim.
Hionors was also -received aod iiiiii
A  f,.m.mi_icatioa Irum Dr.  rag&n,
1 Victoria, requesting a sulMcripti™ «lHVl '
.. tin' liritlst. L'oluuKiia Ann-lulx-i-
ulu.is Society was ,..w.
A   petition    Iron,    tfcv C&nbrook
city liiit.,1 was read ask.tie lor I.il. ..
month Iron, tbe clt..    Mctsrs. Stiurt
ml l-atluore on takalt   ot f.m   band tli. uttoinej
..il.lii-.ssed tbe couscil in support    ol lege' drm
the .K-tition.    T*«f statai tbat   t-w't,. be deprived
Tho Dawn at
In the   New," -,The
All new and good books "at Hoiittle ,
Atchison's.
the handsomest homos
havo one ol
in Cranbrook.
Our stock ol (urnitiiii- is complete.
Blj* cut on regulai prices tor cash.-
C.C.S.
WANTED—?     or 8    loomed house
witb' kitchen,    unluruished,   suitable
tor mens rooming and boarding house;
rental moderate.    Address with par-.7    ;--.._.
titulars    L. II.   It.,     .aie   Imperial 1luix' shOT
hotel. «-4t
Dolly Vanlii. shoes lor ladies at
(he Fink Mercantile Co.
Men's spring and summer shew -going at a big discount.—C.C.S.
.1. ... Du.igan. ol Vancouver, was la
Craubrook on husiucsf. last Monday-
See our samples ol mwle-to-ordcl
clothing.    Good suit, $17:50-—C.C.S.
Mrs. P. 1). Hope, ol Creetou, was
visiting Iriends ... .'ranbrook this
week.
Our stock ol furniture _■ compute.
Hig cut on regular prlees lor 'OMb.—
C.l'.S.
..rant    llelanger,    the »-ell known
Marysvill,. ......Cher, is lu   Craifbrook
today.
Thomas .',,le, n.anager ol tht
ltoy.il hotel, viai.ed MarysvitH on
Tuesday.
.ludge Wilson will hold tknMKts
and take any trials in Nttson on
Salurnay.
Mrs. S. ... Mortriw, aud two sons,
ol Haynes Lake, are visiting trtends In
Cranhrook.
VI. It. Hill, Mrs. Hill nnd their
daughter returned Iron. Spokane tilt*
.Tttcrnoon.
FOR SAM.-Secondhand bar <tl-
turcs. Apply Cnrkrtt * Co., wentworth hotel. -      .
year,    besides the   saving in     lal„
Now i.s tho time to place your order.
II you milk   cows at all, ymi cannot
iittiHil to be   without one.     Patmore
Urns, are sole agents.
The night ol the drawing tor the
opera cloak, which the management
ol the new opera house moving pic
are giving, will h
announced tomorrow evening. Hy
.,, . 'the courtesy ol Burns Bins, the cloak
The ..cut Ladlre Aid tea will be wjh „,, on -.xhitrftion in thcil store
held at Mrs. VI. II. Wilson s, assisted W|,,-|ow. it. must he understood
by Mrs. 0. II. Patmore, Saturday, t)li)t the winning coupon must be lu
March 14th. The home produce table, ,1le |,olm, „, ,,he time of the drawing,
will he filled with good things tor ,- nc)t ttK, ut-»li- girl will draw
Sunday dinner. another number.
You will look forward with plea- Made-to-ordc. suit 117.50. I'll
sure to getting up .1 you have some Etll,ranteei. or yon k.-cp the mom-col our hreaklast londs to ticale your £, c S
Handinaster Austin has sMuren the ,,,„.,„ ttlc vfok in tho tatcrcsts ol
tousc formerly occupied by the Koo- his (.„„,„„„,. Ml. couch savs that
tenay club. The lower story will be , g d(,|)(]l ■ ot ,7r, ,„., n ni(1; lmck(.t
used for band practice, wliile Mr. I|l( oi, ,vas strllnl>. in thcir „-L.j| „„,|
Austin and some of the hand boys . om jt thrrc ,. . junici,.,,, fl„w o(
will occupr the upstairs. „„ t0 iuhricatc thc drill.     The well
Our stock of furniture is complete, js now down 400 feet and Mr. Couch
Big cut on regular ■ prices tor cash.— and his associates are confident that
C.C.S. in a vory short time they will have
Joseph   Ryan   has been    appointed a payihg well,
police magistrate and small      debts I   Made-to-order    suit    $17.69-     Fit
'     "       -L       '      '"    guaranteed or you keep the money.—
debts I
court judge for the city of Cranbrook vice R. Anderson, resigned.
Mr. Ryan has the ability to fill the
position in a most acceptable manner.
Mrs. .1. H. Scott returned from a
visit to Moose Jaw last week accompanied by her sister, Miss Evan-
tie Navin. Mr. Navin is in very-
poor health and at the present time
is undergoing treatment at     '  '
at Victoria.
-gtu»r»l   st*»a»t.
iimly-H.iTt.-8.,
C.C.S.
Thc following employes ol the Sullivan mine at Kimberley and the
smelter at Marysville came into
Cranbrook on Monday and were registered at tho different hotels: .)..!.
Fitzpalrick, F. M. Rankin, C. .1
Andrews, F. II. Bird, .1. II. .leflrey.
VI. II. Newton, R. F. Fraser, ,1. Al
i hospital'I,.,, c. McLean, A. W. Hales, .1. W
liuliel, N. II.     Bird, F. Oottflcld, 11
Steam, hot water, and hot
heating scientifically proportioned anil
installed. Let us do your ueatii.g,
and you will have It completed just
right. Vou are entitled to satislac-
lactlon. We furnish the satisfaction.
—Patmore Bros.
Wonderful.      Instructive.      Entei taining;.
FOUR NIGHTS A WEEK
Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
UflRftod fcetr our Manelous Singer. MAR
SHALL. ^h«*M*on Mn applause who
have beard ber.
Complete Change of Program
on Holiday and Thursday
Fdteaa TfcMtrt peaplc are the ORIGINATORS of
tbis MM of cnurtalameot in Cranbrook, and our
patrom-appreciate H, as shown by lhc receipts of the
Box Office.
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council weam
LARRY DOOUN DEAD
Tht' council met lot the d^pat.-li *.l'i*l.r) f
.1 liusiiiess last eveiHefi at 8.ou p.m.l*0W",S l*L
Tltoro were pr««it, his worsblpl*^?*11^1
Mayor   Pink,   -,iM A-Mmvwd   Dakw,M^JJ1 ■•-■>
Ky.ili, HottdiniQO »UU Muftt.
Ttie iiiinulfs of tbe cvtiwi. meet
t-l.l ou -K#l)iu.»ry iith, were ro.ui ana
iiulii'iiwd.
A ...mmuniCAtioc itaa. the aUuii.
geuoral ro tto    appotottntttt of
Hoe innslrtiiftle ■**•& nceived     aLJ','',f11
Hied.
A  letter trom 440 fcoviocul ••c^{P,asi..VttU1£F,|0
i*t   *****   ttfUM-mt-  "0>    If,      MiU
tolan      .. in w mnipeg   o-n
i\      M:   Doolan was   well
both   i\    ■■■ :s.i> s       In    the
ol . an be       was
-lice loa.     Uw Ih-
admusti . row . l\v bau
tniii iu     ill ■■>■ -      '  i   some time bo-
Kast Kootenay,      Mi
DumtM i  ul fucatis    in
■   sorrj  to biMi
lion'   he left
!iKK>liiu bad i
fCnmbroob w\
> demise
He nas .i
bfook, and « aa
sho hiui.'. ei
bodge will drap"
the dec
Ml:   HoU-
umber and a
coot Lodge,
Tinas, t'rau-
deatu anions
e. Crescent
rtei  ia     re
made   ti>
be well   known
a meet Iht is
Ui aevue
bv.Md.     Keplyi ■- ; posltttm criti-
iiin ot tbe :: :   -tie salary ui
the office trom > >,"ou    and
also of ito- ol tl deputy attorney*
getu-ul to the n simum under the
new civil   •• ie, S-.Tvu, Mr.
Bowser said U»1 ii course he was
giving 'i^ bis prh -."v-.1 practice and
tbat as I.t and his deputy wuuld
attend ;«j toe legal busmess ot t»he
crvW'u so complet* ly as to obviate ito
of'necessity ot -.-:.-; ying counsel iu
K.|anythit.£    lite ptresart     extent,
tbert- would l osiderable saving
THERK ALBERTA
nd would undertake to give at least
e open air concert a week dur.r.^
the summer. Moved by Alderman
lUun and aeconded by -Alderman Bak-
er that tbe petition of tbe Cranbrook
city band be relcrred to the finance
rmiimittee witb instructions to
port at tbe awt meeting of the
council.
The accounts-amount ins to tWM-74|
were ordered p**d-
ApplicatioH tot     tbe position
litv auditor w»re received Jrorc
Home, C.    A.-Solly and O. H. AsL
worth.     This:-matter w-w. loft    wnr
the finance coaalUee. srsnv
Moved     by   AWerman     Heelers.:--; 	
sec.uided by AldK&an Hunt tbat tbe (Rayn  a     Rustler.)
appointment of James Fostw as city     It may be a bu of goo-i news and
teamster be confirmed. strange too fur our eastern      friends
Moved by AMeiman Hunt .--ecodel'.who have bet:, sympatbiring with the
l,v Alderman Ihi tbat tbe city people of Southern Alberta ou their
clerk be iutra-fM'to wrtte to KM I "terrible wintei to know that some
Gamble, chief Clgtawt of public of the farr.-ers are plowing in tbis
w.-rks for tbe protlare,-re » le-.se on district Or; Tuesday last between
the provincial leckup. Raymond and Magrath we witnessed
Moved by Alderman Baker, second-1 this operation carried on witb
iil by Alderaao Hunt, "that a notice I gU Xto earnestness and vim of early
he published in the t-ro local papers!summer. If you want to get tbe
notifying the cRtoeas thrt on ar.-i j bracing spring atmosphere and the
after Mnreb l«tb, tfce,prorimons ol summer's sun-Ail At The Same
the pound and 005 ta* byla-w Tiill be Time—come to Soottoin Alberta.
rigidly enforacC
WANTED-Ooiid
Hlghnt
care Herald.
Yesterduy   was     Ash
Now for sack   cloth   onA-wmm   tot
forty long dayt.
X. Friedman, the well known Kelson diamond merchant, was In Cranbrook this week.
Joseph Hall has resigned as yard-
master at Frank and ls back on the
road as conductor.
Are you longing for a piquant relish. Finks have lust receive* a
tempting assortment.
Speaking of J. K. Jeremy, who
lias taken a position with Hill & Co.
the Medlolno Hat News says: "Mr.
Jeremy has given the city quite a
treat by his sttratitttt *Mftd-fW.M
iTeloniok. I..    Bnhhrn. S, Sellam
Wilson.   W.   Scott,     F.   slater,
Coners, J. Adams and J. Doyle.
See  our samples   of made-to-ordet
clothing.    Oood suit. $17.50.-C.O.S,
Harris.A-   Woods, the wood   merchants, have leased  the Baron ranch
, ,!.*,»  about a mile and a half south-east of
...Tlw_,J?r'onh, leas"f. ,W1" SSS'itowuMrf will ».«!«. tint place tliolr
*■ ^"^Vnf-S'MoK*^?,' S.-n« tor the "mlng j'ar. I-Ues,
dai?,   f.'f,--..4^- i,r;-, SmSS gentlemen have also scoured all    nf
mill at 8 0cUiek     A hearty »clconw,« Mr. Barons 000   aero
gir™ to al the ^ »«< • !*•» fact JhS. miles east ot torn, ami
evening is Mwed.    No,pharge   trill I, ,        . ,w0 ,   ,„
be made and no eollerlion. I clear it tor fire Wood.    Messrs. llar-
Thcre is a fine photograph in the ,.js j Woods are a pair ot excellent
window ol Binning, the Photographer, ]husiucss mell wti0 j() business ou
ot the winners ot the Tucked trophy hugtnoss lines and whose word is as
at the Nelson bonspiel. W. tamer- |(00li as ibeit bond
on, W. A. Rolliiis It Aikins and n. „Th H 0, Hobeilin.'' are tail-
.1. Johnson. The faces: aro well ' th Vm*ai*u gentlemen,
known and tho work Is well executed. °" -\\ Jj"|
Patmore Bros, have iust received a    s MARRIED.
•ample ol  McClarvs new range,   tbe .	
SASK-ALTA. This name repre-[ Alouo B. _,nmberto.i, of Creston,
Bents tlw provinces ol Saskatchewan anlt Mlss hcic„ m. King, ol Miles,
and Alberta, and was submitted by vvjsconsin, U. S. A., were married on
Mtss R. E. Harrison ot Pense, Sask., ji0i__av evening hy Rev. Main, ol
who won the prize for tbe most ap- tl)0 pre_byterlan church. Mr and
proprtate name. The range is a Mrs i^mborton retumeil to Creston
beauty, Its many improvements plac- tbe MIt dar.
ing It in a class hv .tsell.   The ma-,  *,—,—
torial and finish in tho top ol      this «c SULLIVAN CLOVED
range make polishing unnecessary, as lilt JUtMtnn -"•<■ ■■"
It doesn't burn oil, as it does oil the .lames Finlay, manager ol the
ordinary range. This feature alone Sullivan mine and s.nelu-r, received
is worth a great deal to the pains- nrilers last week to close down both
taking houm-wllc, who takes prido in institutions. What the final out-
having her range always looking enmo will be cannot he known until
bright   and   cloan.      Patmoro Brus. tlie company hold   a meeting,      but
Moved by Alderman Hunt. Mcimrh-d
In- Alderman -Ryan. -Ibat tbt cruder!; be mrtweted to wtlte to the
secretary ol tbe -Board ot Tralk asking what steps -me-ketag talm by
Uiat body ln lhe matter nl an Kast
Knntenay eibiMt lor »be n-miini'-.n
lair at Calgary.
.... tho motion ol Aldermen Hunt
and Henderson tfca council -UK-iin..'-1
at in.15 p.m.
A special meeting d tbe council
Is called lor next Tuesday, -March 10.
at 8.30 p.m.
CRANBR80K VS. FtWIE
Three Cranbeeok alalia -»ent to
Fernie on Mirtay to .play a lew
frii-ndlv gaiMs, -arMob tesu.M in
lavor ol Craabrook ty SI points.
The Oranbrook toys only lost one
game. A rink consist.!. • ot B, II.
Small, lead, V. A.-llnllins No. 2, »'.
A. ltullina No, 3 aud ,Ui*ge-Wilson,
ski|i, beat llluwltll's rint Hi to 9,
while a rlak skipped -by .be ltcv.
Grant beat Wilson 13 to 7. A rink
consisting ol A. K. te.tsti, tc»d, Dan
.lolmson No. 2, f. iKHebie No. 3 and
.1 O. McCalUtm skip teat Lyons 15
... I ami Hi.-., 5 to 1. Tbo th.r.l
rink was mad* *t of ll. K Ueattle,
I,.,.I, A. lagraa No. _, It Aikins Nu.
:. and A. McCowan ak.fi- This rink
l.eai the It*'. OlMt 11 to 8 and
I. undei! 18 to 10. Ttc boys were
mt.i'h pleaaad a-.lt tbe.way they
wore n-Bited by tbe Fernie curlers.
LEONARD PROMOTED
Montreal, Feb .7.—According to a
circular issued today ,1. W. Leonard
assistant general manager ot C.P.R.
lines irom For. William east, becomes general manager lor tbe sami-
territory, tin. appointment elective
March 1st.
.lohn    dkoMHeh aWt-Ms colts, who
consist ol    V. A.HBtllai,-Me war
horse ol L.Kan, *. A. -Rotliw, the
lion hearted and "Ttomes tHuk, the
pride ol tte HlgWae*., b*»t tbe
famous Wm. Camwon rink on I'riday
night, 2. to 3.
A mutch game lor 185.00  a side to
he donated to-tbe hospital  was played last Tuesday at tie curling rink.
The   rinks    wvn. as follows:   lu. II
King, skip, R. Allrtns, J. 'O. Mcial-
luni and R. E. Bwttle.    V. A. Rollins,   skip,  W.    A.   Rollins,    E. II
Small and Alex, tagram.  - At the end
of thc 12th en«l taeb risk liaa scored
10 points, so a l«tb end was pl.iv.-i i
when the-M. 11: King rink won    thel
game 11 to  10.      On-Wednesday M '
II. King and W.    A. Rollins,       the
\ NEW SUMMER RESORT
A syndicate is being formed to
erect a' s'lir.in.: hotel on tl,e property
oi Albert Grey, at Fish lakes. A
modern house will be built and
.aunches and boats will be provided
tor visitors. An automobile will
also be part of the equipment and
will run between 'ranbrook and the
resort twice a week.
WATCH THE DISTR
ICT ffROW
Born—At   Cra.
on   February
28th, 1008, to W
Mis     N.    C
McKlnstry, a son,
Horn—At   Cranbrook
on   I-etiruan
.Mlf,   1808,   to   Mr.
.iml   Mrs   ll
Moore, a Bon
Born—A.   Crai
:,   Ma.ih  .,
ISO*, to Mi
>  Taylor,    a
daughter.
c.l'M-i: ,:
HI.AI.
Ottawa, March .: —Brigadier G.-ii.-r-
al II. II.  \ id.,!           * tor-general    ot
Canadian u.ilit a, died '.his afternoon
_ . ,—
DR1 R
Mrs. Walter   in..
.a    ready   to ......
kinds of drossmakin
Battel
o.uers
11.11.
lor all
49-2t-
NUMF.RV STOCK
Send lor our d«
of nursery stock.
erside   Nurseries,
scriptlve catalogu
Address The Riv-
Qrand  Forks,     B.
41-«
I-rair.e hay
Timothy hay
Apply Box 2.
hay
o.b.  Cranbrook..111.50.
I.o.b. Cranbrook.. 17.5H
Olds, Alta.          49-_t"
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PAYROLL SHEETS FOR SALE
nradict a large sale tor Mils range   in there is every reason to believe that committee appointed by the Blayers,|   The Herald is n
tbe west, and   Will.bo pleased      to operations will be resumed belore   a|yig.ted.ttotgptfel,M>l t™*3     tbelmsh pay roll sheets lor lumber, log-
•how them at uy time.
great while.
tso over to
prepared to lur-
lor l..ml-er, lo.
'glug and tie camps on short notice. THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
»-.'..... A  V BAB
THK   PAPKB   THAT   IS   READ   15V   THE   PEOPLE
MACllll
I 111 IN
CUAXBROOK  HKltALIl
Hi in. Herald   1-ubl.al.ing Cou-paiiy,
Limited.
V&i  /J-*\.**.*>***-*"<\
Kdlim and Manager.
u-putr, having contributed articles
lo .sui-h papers as tin- Pall Matt
ila-i-lii-, Tho Sketch, Today, Tho
Graphic, I'll.' llliis.r.u,si London
News, Tin. l-iuglisli Ulustratotl
Nevis and m-u-i.ii coinli: jourinits,
nl.,.. is the author ol a number ol
successful plays nnd books—sure!)
such u uiati need not min.I criticism, i--en if it be "sunpii scurrilous abuse." I trusi Llr. thiu-
liuiiiy met iviUi mon- courteous
ircaiiiieut as. well as the huge
..iicess in- dusurves .luring Lhe ro-
niai.i.l... of llis luui. '
I'haroiih w'.us a greal n
bus been Ui-ail a loan time.
. In
■lb,. Herald Is vii.rtli UO a year. It
costs only 88. No man in South
Last Kootenay can aOord to Ue without it, .mil everyone liviug outside ul
lbe ilis.iict, who is tuleies.ed in lhc
progress ul this stctiou, should read
il It iiiiiiii, i.vs the .'cwa a-lnle u is
news I. is controlled alisolutely by
ibe publlsliors. No clique, party or
Individual dictates It* policy '}
ilim't tiy to please the people. is
desire ..-. to publish a newspaper that
will be a credit to Uie community,
Send iu your subscription and you
will be lhanklul ever ulieiward.
Advertising rates 81 per inch per
iinmlli, no more ami no less.    ,
Reading mallei 15 cents per line
to nou-advertisers: lu cuius per line
to regular advertisers.
Ii you desire lo reach llie people ol
South East Kootenay you must advertise in The Herald.
The llcrnld has ii Orst-cliiss Job
plant, ami ils work is ot .he best.
The lleralil don't want charity. It
wanls a square ileal nu your iob
work. II wc can't suit you in quality and price, kick, and send ynu.
work lu some (.'heap .lohn house in
lhe eus-t that never spends a re... in
Oranbrook.
gXjjjjgggSjg
-IOR.;   THAN
5,251 a Month
Press room mul subscription lists open to investigation l>y > IvBriisers at any
time,
lite lleralil gives a dollar
in value (or a dollar lit money, ilie advertiser to* tlie
riglil to know wliut lie i*
ii-ceiviin! for Iiim money,
ihi! Herald ■" ono paper
tiuit iiourts luvoslltlgatioii.
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CIRCULATION STATEMENT
I. K. 15. Simpson- manager ol ilie
Cranbrook Herald, do hereby statu
that tlio pressman b hooks show, ami
tbat I lmve every reason fo believe
that the circulation of the Herald lor
the past .seven months lias been
3(1,760 copies, divided as follows:
.lull-   	
 ..Iiii)
August 	
 4,830
September ...
 -I,-IK5
October 	
 5 ..7;*,
November ...
1.520
Issue of Dec.
5 	
 1,115
Issue of Dee.
12 	
 1,8011
Issue ol  Dec.
10 .....
 1,790
Issne of Dec.
2C  	
 1,120
December  ..
 5,821.
Issue ot Jan.
2 	
 1,136
Issue ol .Ian.
» 	
 1,11.5
Issue ol .Ian
16 	
 1,700
Issue ol Jan.
23 	
 1,600
Issue of Jan.
30 	
 1,186
I Dun i it-i the Jioiuinioh fail at
Uugurj    nuxl     .lull   be uverluokcd.
The' Utile  town    Of Camiosi',    known
.tli ovei  ihe eonttneiit .is "Tlie Kosu
ol   All.i.-ri.!,     is    going   lo  i.'iil U
huuiii ai CataftO) and have a lirst-
class c-vblbil ol the pfodutts ul llial
pan ul Hit- country, n cuiinoi be
too strongly impressed upon uiu
people oi Craubrook and tlio district
ih.it- Hits fair at Culgaty will he a
wonderful upportunitj lo advertise
lhe resources ol  Kast Kootenay.    lu
■.nl -probability, u will ho ,i great
many  years before a    Dominion i.ui
I win he held    -so closo.to home    us
'tliis one iti L'algarj in .luly. Let
everybody gel busj and lei each one
do vi but tlioy can lo gel .111 exhibit
ior the Dominion   fan  vvurihj       01
'1 ranbrook ami the district.
Tlie McHriih: government is fortunate in having a surplus ol over a
million dollars. Tin- lleralil, however, would rather have .seen Ihe surplus only fUtfU,UUU .mil the u in i'i
»20,00(i ,ui<ie.i to the estimates loi
ine Crnnbrook riding.
Tin- special provincial colonization
edition ot thu talguiy Albertan is 11
wonder. Jt is sate to say that witb
its sixty pages it is the largest newspaper ever published hei ween Winnipeg and Llie coast, llns issue ol Die
AimTian will be a spieudkl advertise-
uieui fm Calgary ami tlie province ol
Aiuei'Ui. Thu it lustrations an- particularly good ami- ito tetter press
mosl  1 us true live ami interesting.
The      lion.      Hob    itogers,   111     Iln
coui.se oi ..    very sens)lilu    ami Itieiii
speecn in     ihe Manitoba    house tlie
otuci  day  ou    lbe subject ol certain
proposed booze    legislation, drew attention to    Llie   litot Uiat mere Jmu
been 111 ihe city 01 Winnipeg    during
Liu* past year some lour 01 live Hundred blind   pigs.      lie   further said.
' inai condition of affairs is not uue
tu im. department,''   Uut, Sir, it   is
iv* iuc* hotels ut to the governmenl or
due io a certain zeal tuermseu n\  a
i.-w Clergymen ol the city ol Winnipeg
l.i tow years ago,     who, in their zeai
io do good, undertook ami succeeded
1 in   Dressing  up    a  segregated  colony
[ oi women 111 the western portion   01
! tue city, with the   result tliaL   they
are scattered all over the eity loday,
I and ihey it it- here us the iioiglibors 01
j 1 liiiiis.iij.ts ot innocent, good citizens.
That is the   deplorable condition   oi
affairs.      Hut,    nevertheless, il is  u
' - fact, and,   sir,   the clergymen   theui-
' selves,   after    having     accomplished
I their idea in respect to the breaking
up of    the   colony* fell that   ,t uus-
' lake luui beeiChiade."
j Lasl Sunday. .Alaich 1st, was .St.
David s Day, the:greal Welsh holiday.
' St. David ot Wales must not bu confounded with David, king anu propliel
ul Israel, . nor w ith David tm- lirst
king of Scotland) often called St.
David, nor yet with David lbe
second King ul Scotland and son ot
Kobert the Bruce. S.t. David or St.
Deivi, as bo is sometimes railed in
Wales is lirst mentioned in tbe
"Annates Cambrioe," a tenth century
manuscript, as having.died in A.D.
UOt, being at the time ot his death
bishop of Aloni .ludeuniin.or Menevla,
nuw St. David's, wliieli is tu lliis day
u Welsh bishoprcck. lie presided at
two Welsh synods at Htefi ami at
Lucus Vlctorlao, A rich legendary
history supplements these meager hut
authentic details.
.January
„ti,K6f>
Total for seven mouths,36,7B0
Average per month   5,1151
Subscribed and sworn to before un:
tbis 1st day of February, 1908, at
Cranhrook, B. C.
■Joliu Hutchison,
A notary public in and (or tbe Count
of Kootenay,  British Columbia.
J!   OBSERVATIONS   |
li BY THE OLD MAN. t
•♦a *aiaja***SflftWft«Wt«MB(W>**^
I-;. Il, tin- dramatic critic of the
Winnipeg Krce I'ress. has the following to sny about Robert (lanthony
"'Thnt eminent actor, author
and en ter bal nor, Itobert Oanthouy, has had rathet an un-
pleasanl experience out west, the
paper1- ol Lethbridge and Okotoks
having treated bim with scant
courtesy. I did not see the
articles m question, but Mr.
Oanthouy tn a letter refers to
them as "utterly scandalous
notices ot my entertainment,"
adding that "they were not criticisms but simply scurrilous
abuse printed without, any justification. Thr provocation to call
forth sueh strong language from
Mr. Cranthony must have been
great, knowing, as 1 do, the
man's reputation as an artist,
sportsman nnd all-round good fellow. But 1 think Mr. Ganthony
is taking the matter altogether
loo seriously, Surely a man who
has entertnined Hritish and other
royalty, who was engaged to accompany Gladstone on his his*
toric -Tantallon Castle" cruise,
who was u member of living's
Lyceum company, who has appeared al the principal theatres
in London, Paris, New Vork,
Montreal ami other parts of the
worlili; who i'i a nuwspapw man of
Tomorrow is the anniversary ul
the birth of Michael Angelo, or " to
give him his full name, Michael Angelo Buonarroti, which occurred in
1-175. Michael Angelo was the most
distinguished .sculptor of the modern
world, if nut in all history. Born
.near Florence, he was apprenticed to
'a stone mason, and at a very early
age liegan to display 11 wonderful
genius for carving in stone, ln
Home, Florence and other Italian
cities many examples of bis wonderful, art may be seen to this day. llis
life sized statue of David iu the
■academy of arts, Florence, his "Holy
Family of tho Tribune" iu Burlington house, London, ami his decoration of the Sistine chapel in the
Vatican at Koine are among his best
known works.
March may he said In have come
iu like a Hon, It was snowing hard
on Sunday morning.
erals ore given )ust ouough to swear
by. lt sit-ins a very sborl-sigbted !
policy from several points of view.1
It keeps the development of thecouu-;
in back, from lack ot funds, it is so
manifestly uufair that it reflects
discredit upon the government and'
a. is very pour politics. it is just
like saying: '.Yuu won't do as we
tell you su you can do withoui that
which ii is ' your right to receive. 1
Oi "You have made your choice now!
lake your medicine." How long the
people uf the province of British Columbia nre going to stand ihis kind
of thing lhe Herald does not Know,
but ->u fat as the Cranbrook riding Is
concerned 11 will keep on returning al
Liberal meiiibei. whethet the present
il ministration deals out coercive
measures 01 not. |
'The west is the wesi and lhe east!
Nil-  east  OUd   UCVCt   lhe  tWO  shall
ii,'     sings Kipling.     Bosh.   Wiibj
Japanese   widow   suing  a    Cllluuse|
baohclot fur. breach ol promise lu
New York tho luuut&ptablUty o' the
Oriental rail's docs nut seem tu bu as
high in the an as "Kip" thinks it.
Hm report which has been cabled
from Loudon foreshadowing an earl)
dissolution ol the Anglo--.lapanese alliance will lie lead with a great deal
oi satisfaction hy the people ot Britisli 1 olumbia. i'he fact of Hie mailer is that lhe alliance has never
been very popular, especially iu the
colonics, Japan's arrogance being the
reason. The statements hy a mem-j
ber ot Lie Japanese government with
regard to thu unrest 111 India was tlie
insl thing that set pcopie thinking,
lb.- lfi.iL.sit hiupire ean get along very
well without .lupau and the statements made by Japanese statesmen
and newspapers has brought tbe
Lurupciui governments to their senses
and linv realize that the "U'llow
1'eril' is more than a mere eaten
word. China before long will awake
from hei long sicop -md realize her
immense strength, and following lu
,Japan s footstops, Will eadeai'ur to
become u (ftst-class power. The
understanding arrived at beivveen
(ileal Britain and Russia makes the
need ol au alliance with Jftpull unue
cessarv, and  its    abuuduument is
fully ' justified. The doing away
with the Japanese treaty would put
an end io .Ul tbe unpleasantness uvei
Oriental immigration iu whieh liritisb Columbia is at- present entangled.
ine Dominion government woum men
be tree to assent to the Natal Act
ami everything would be lovely.
ileorge Meredith, the Grand Oul
Man ot Letters, celebrated his t.iith
birthday last Friday at lus Home atl
Boxhill,  Surry, England,
The London Daily Mail, tor some
reason or another, has its knife into
Canada. A special cable despatch
informs us lhat the Daily Mail tells
its millions of readers that "Canada
is poverty stricken and that the uut-
luok is very grave." Tlm stalemenl
is so utterly talsc, that it is hard lu
understand how it came to be made
unless pure malice was at the bottom uf it- The Dominion of Canada
has a high commissioner iu Loudon
ami it would have been an easy matter for the editor of the Daily Mail
lo liau- called Lord Strathcona. up
on the telephone and found out from
him exactly what the conditions
were. Canada, however, need not
worry about what the Daily Mail
savs Five hundred Daily Mills
could not retard the progress of the
Dominion, hut it is to be regretted
that such statements should be published even in the Kuglisti yellow
journal.
I.   W.   KlTKElXiK
VETFRINAKV SIMEON
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
College, Toronto, tn 18!)ft.
11 nidus te ami Me.lallist of
M.-Killip'tf Veterinary Collego,
Chicago, In HWO.
Nine years'- eximrieme iu
Veterinary practice in .Manitoba.
Office 11 CritbrMk Haul.
Drink Home Beet
It Is Pure
It Is Healthy
It Is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
HILL & COHPANY
Money!  Money! Money!
Ye gods! If it be a crime to be hard up, then
HILL & CO. are possibly the greatest criminals
at large.   Just see their prices on
20th CENTURY
CLOTHING
They must unload within TEN DAYS, or once
again submit to having a receiver placed in charge.
Tliis is possibly the most truthful advertisement
that you have ever read.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
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I    Vs usual, il is seen by   ihe provln
cial    estimates  (or     the  veai   ending
'March SUst, 1909, Cranhrook is out in
'the eold with a miserable appropriation of    $6,000,       While some othei
[districts     gel  <.wr seven times     it:,
much.     Fernie;    for Instance, whose
1 representative  is on  the government
I side of the h->tise, gets ,-_._:,urai   Kaslo
-gets  J2-l,tJiJb.      Uhy;'     Because   the)
return government members.  K01     ...
'district developing as.rajii.lh  a.,  il,.-!   ■'
■Craubrook ridinc    $5,000 is only    a
drop in the bucket     Of course    the
government     put f.u.mm into       the
[government      building       in      three
vears,        hut        then thev     _.,.!
]olt cheap .at that, because
.the eity of Urnnhrook put up the
(btilanee .uul fur their share have the
council chamber and a small ollice,
[ whilst lhe province has the rest
.of .the . building, including (he court
room. So thai the building cannot
be laken into account at all. Last
t-.'.-.>>• Cranbrook got $8,000 foi roads! o
bridges but this vear this    '  '   w
and
.... down t<> $5,000,. ■ In looki..K .,,-,
lhe estimates It is easy to see thai j
the districts returning Conservatives I
get all Ihe plums and that the dis- I
tricts which arc represented hy Llb-1"
UNSOLICITED
M'ti.-u sc.ini-i.ro. wl.au. ym. know tu I..' H
judge of KOod rolf-M- tolls you Unit tin-
ooffuo •uuutietl ou last onlnr 'WAS THK
VKRV KEBTTHKY EVKK HAD," you
feel grateful.
We lmve luui nevi-ml testimonials nW.ii.
our coffee, parti.-ularly " (il l|,l)SW. IRTH
COFFEE." unsolicited, Im. deserved.
Tliis t-oiTee is blr.ndeil an.l roasted in
this   province,   shipped   to us  in  si.mil
.|iiui.titii*s. rctaiuint- its ex.vlleni qualities
in llie whole h«an.
.Von   can   buy   nothing   belter   than
(ioldsworth   Mocha and
Java Coffee
In I ll. C.i.iist.-ra.    Price, Me. per lb.
f5S____X/\^r^l
\ >*- J1 -n    '\       1     1       I ■ .■
A**JLBfa-$*^S*Ii^0!lirVfc
iBfe
ral^l-^' -__-Jft^*nflU'i
'*Vs*W&*'r.1'
G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
CRANROOK    ■             •        B. C.
SPKINO FOOTWEAR
VVu would like you to visil our HOOT
SII<ii:.ANli||(rsli;i(Y|i|-'.l'.\UTMi;NT
nnd soo tlio quantity and variety of the
lines i.«- ,-;i..v. Tlu- stock is nil new*.
We luivo added nol less Hutu lu.. thousand
|iairs of
Boots, Shoes, and Slippers
during tliis month nn.l still they conic.
\V.. have n huudretl Btyiosdisplayed wlu-n-
you can see ll.c.., an.l ...any more nl hunt!
thnt. iv.- will gladly show.
LADIES' BLACK   AN).   TAN.
LACE FRONT flQSE, por pair -l.ic.,75o.
LADIES' EAST HLA01C LISLE
LACE HOSE. Embroidered     $l.2.i
LADIES-   TAX   LISLE    LACK
HOSE, Embroidered     $1.00
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you order when
you want
W
•  • 1
That is the beauty of
buying; of
fl HARRIS & WOODS
They are prompt and reliable
LEAVE ORDERS WITH BEALE & ELWELL
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New Jli..m«.-i...'..l improved iu Every Way
Refit tod
QUEENS HOTEL
Crunbruok,   It.  C.
GUST. ANDEEX. Proprietor
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Manitoba Hotel
DAN McDONAl.ll,  PROPRIETOR.     CRANBROOK, B. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
The Manitoba in i-t*nt rally located ami hm una uf tha beat .1 iniiigrootiiii
In the city.   The bar in supplied with the I-ent of Mijuors and Cigars
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Cranbrook
Hotel s> &
Neati-.t to railroad and depot.    Hm accommud,,.
t.tiii. for the public un..|u»n.<l  in Cranbrook.
Ito. mi CoM Bs.bi
Hoggarth & Kollln*
 Proprietors
j]| The Cosmopolitan!j;
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Many Kinds of Pish
Fine Fresh Creamery Butter
! P. BURNS <& CO., Ltd.
PHONE NO. io
THE HERALD, ONLY $2 A YEAR
FARMERS MEET
A meeting of tbe Cranbrook-Fernie
Farmers' Institute was held in the
provincial government bull-ling i<n
Saturday evening, whieh was welt
attended and great interest displayed
in tin- subjects under discussion.
An exhaustive report was read by
Mr. \V. 11. Hamilton on account ol
the committee appointed to test various samples ol potatoes grown in the
district, as tn rooking and keeping
qualities. The report was as lot*
lows;
Cranbrook, B.C., Feb. 28th, 1908
To the President and Members ol the
Crnnbrook-Pemie     Farmers'    Institute:
(lelith-lneu—
According to instructions vour special committee made -a test ul the
potatoes _ub.nitt.-d today.
r.ai'1. variety was numbered and a
key to those who brought them is in
the possession .,. the committee and
will be produced upon request.
.No, 1. A good potato. Unnamed
Keeping qualities and flavor good
Color. lairly white but too wet. Took
one hour to cook.
No. 2. A watey potato. Yellow
und ol rather bitter (lavor. Omul
keepi-i      Took one hour to cook.
No. .1. "'Canadian Beauty," a
rathe, yellow potato! a (airly g.n-d
cooker     Cooked ... :.0 uiiuutes.
No.    ..   Probably   "Dakota     Ited,"
fairly good cooker. Not quite first
quality lor table use. A IHtle Miter and shows a distinctly red streak.
Cooked in 31. minute.;.
No. 5. "Earl of Therbcr." A
go.nl early potato. Fairly good
cooker. Not quite up to No. 1
standard. Color lair. Cooked in
.10 minutes.
No. 6. "Uncle Sam." Probably
the best, all round potato wo eiam-
Ined. A good cooker. Cooked in
.10 minutes. This potato and No. 8
are very similar and ol ein-lli-u.
flavor.
No. 7. Potato Irom Vcrnon.B.C.,
nieo potato. Quality good and color
white. Hut hollow, probably over
irrigated.
No. 8. An Aslicroft potato grown
in Cranbrook. The quality is excellent, very white and mealy. Cooked in .10 minutes. This potato and
the Uncle Sam arc the two best potatoes we examined and there is
little to choose between tbem.
Your committee would explain that
tie test tva.s made in a bakers oven
at a teu.pcru-.-ure used in baking
bread.
Your committee regrets that there
were not more specimens produced
and particularly that Mr. A. B. Fcn-
wlck, of Fort Steele, was unable to
send over some specimens from that
part of the district.
Your committee in conclusion wish
to record their thanks to the proprietor of the City Bakery lor his
kindness in .allowing them to use his
oven.
Itespectfully submitted by
Tl.e Special Potato Test Committee
William Hamilton,
John Hutchison, chairman.
Mi. Smith thought It very import
ant, that a good quality ol potato
should be grown, so as to create
market for potatoes in the district
During t-he discussion ol the report
ot the committee to test potatoes
various opinions were expressed as
to the advisability of planting small,
whole potatoes or largo potatoes cut
in one or more eyes.
Much difference ot experience was
expressed, but as no member had
made a systematic trial ol the different methods, it was hardly (possible
to decide whieh was the best.
T. S. OiU read an interesting paper
on bee culture, illustrated by a hive
containing combs in various .stages ot
development.
Mueli Interest was displayed in
Mr. Gill's paper and a great many
questions were asked aua answered.
The meeting then adjourned until
Saturday, March 14th, when it is
hoped to have the paper on potato
culture, which A. B. Feowick was
unable lo give at this meeting, also
one on sural! Iruit pruning hy ff. J.
Hamilton, wbiolt is sure to he uf
great interest.
PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT
The report of the Craubrook public
schools   tor the    month ot February
is as follows:
Division I., F. K. Anderson, Teacher
Total   attendance  481
Average attendance  24.20
Number in attendance ... 26
Perfect attendance: May Ant-bony,
Katie Leek, Lillian l.eask, Daisy Mc-
Saltum, M.trv Palmer, l.oulse Rollins, Maud Short, Bella Taylor,
Florence W.-od, Spry Morris, Harvey
Dickson.
Division It.,  Miss Caldwell, Teacher
Total attendance  529
Average attendance  24.IH.
Number in attendance 28
Perfect attendance: F.dltb Anthony, llachel Itardgett, Mildred nine,
.lo'sie Drumniond, Hose Dumont, Irene
Deacon, Arthur Fowler, Harold Hicl*-
enbot-ham, Charlie Morrison, Jessie
Murgatroyd. llertrane Murgatroyd,
Mam..- Mackay, Dave Iteid.
Division 111., Miss Taylor, Teacher
Total attendance  MU
Average attendance  32.3U
Number In attendance ...llll
Perleet attendance: Edith Adder*
ly, Nathan llarnhaiit, Hong Bearllo,
Martha Bennett, Eva Connolly, Francis Drumniond, Kathleen Dumont,
Aordon Fowler, Carl OIU, .lack llaslam, Andy Patlcrson.
Division  IV., Miss Boss, Teacher
Total attendance   1033
Average attendance   50.75
Number In attendance ...55
Perfect attendance: Willy Bovey,
Bert Heard, Arthur Bowness, Mellord
Carson, Wanda Kink, Herald Dulmage,
I'llfli.rd Finley, Ales. Dickson, Gladys
Hlckonhi>than>, Oracle Higgins, Ca-
inille (..-.Moras, William Moon, Innls
lllll, Alice Wood, Oertle Heard.
Division V., Miss Hall, Teacher
Total attendance   152
Average   attendance  37.00
Number in attendance ....40
Perfect attendance: (trace Bard
gelt, Valerie DcGracc, Fred Dumont,
Gladys Johnson, Merr.t Leask, Dorothy Mackay, Helen McKlnstry, Rains-
ford Parks, Wong Ship, Wing Tom,
Ellen Willard.
Division VI.. Miss Fraser, Teacher
Total attendance 887
Average Attendance  41.95
Number in attendance ...50
Perfect attendance: Myrtle Bovey,
Bradlord Carson, Milo Drummond,
Violet Dumont, llertlia GUI, Alberta
McLean, Muriel Patmore, Harold
Patton. Willie Pruden, Ethel Reed,
Sam. Whittakra.
■■ Evi-ryjkii.-i-l.   is a   boost.''
' I ..... boosting  —"'"'
™ Cigars,
Cigarettes, Pipes,
and Snowshoe
Sundries
Clint. McDonald
masonic block   -   c« .nwwui,
HARNESS
~,S KS. AND <■**• *	
SADDLERY
■-'"—**- - -"
Sleighs,   Carriages,   Wagons,
Logging Trucks, Implements,
ggN -.Hardwood, Wood
Flour, Rolled Oats* Wheat.'Bran,
Shorts, Oats, Chop, Hay,
Stock Food
Bickmore Gall Cure
HARNESS REPAIRING
Special   Reduction. -W'.- are
are going out of the following lilu..
a.nl have lowered prices tu help
the... move along; HARDWOOD,
FLOUR, I1..I.I.111. OATS.
Our prices are right and our
_ goods are of the best
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Corner Vnu Hoino tinti Dnrlck Ave.
Tnltjtlioiiu .\... 18:1
^ New and Ip-to-Dete
Dressmaking
B |[Parlors
ymmV.mr-w*r -vmt
(Her flu-   Erosl.  Iiivostirlon't
_T~ t'o.'s Office '
MRS. MOFFITT & MISS CLINE
THE HUMEj
Nelson's Leading Hotel J
Rooms with BiUbs.   'I'lmiit. Ui
evory room
I'-mlii'i Shop ..ti tht. j'ittii.i-.i's.
Thoroughly np-to-ilnte.
ales, i\D) i h/  and up.
GEO. V. WEIXS- Pioprlotor
ll. TOMKl.N, Mjua^r
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH .1. McLEAN. Proprietor
Denier it.
All Classes ol Secondhand floods
BUYER OF   FURS
Furniture of All Kindt., both
New uml Pei'oml.hun.l
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue;
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aii avfd    i'i       FRED R0°
ALL Uf CR XI*       The well-known Qenaral Merolmnl
I THE PROVINCE I
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Zinc mining in t-he Slocan will be
active this, summer.
An ollice for the sale ol fruit lands
tuts iiwn opened at New Denver.
Martin Qurrell concluded l.i^ English lecture tt.ur last week.
A yew from now the C. I', l!  ei
I-ects to to mining 3.00U tons ..! coal
-i*.v jt Hostner.
There is an epidemic of diphtheria
in Victoria.
Simon Guu-.t-Noot, tlw Indian miir-
aerer. ui Hazelton, has evaded Un
police and i* safe in tlu* wilderness
if the i.urtti.
Th© bunes ot au Indian woman wt-te
rxliunietl hy railroad laborers noai
Medley lust week.
The LoRol No 9 ot Hus.sl.uid, imhl
a dividend uf two shillings pel tha re
last witl,
Vlotoria reports considprablo nctl\
it) in building.
Alexander MeAuley, collector of
customs at Carson, died there last
Sunday.
The provincial government, lias offered ll.OOii for the arrest of two
holdup men who .stole Sift from lhc
till of the (»<-or#. hotel, Victoria.
The local tramway company ate offering an additional  reward i.f $2511
The convention of the llrilisli Columbia Municipalities was held at
Niiiiaiuio last week.
Work is Iieing resumed on Um
Little Uert'ha on tto Smith Pork of
Ketthr river.
Grand Forks beat Greenwood iu th
lust jiuekrv match nf the season last,
week,
Two men, Peter Hams.iy ami Alex
Houston, were killed hy un explosion
at (Ira iid view, Vancouver! last,
Thursday. The men were engaged in
clearing land and were blowing out
■a hig stump when the. charge exploded prematurely.
Messrs. A Id ridge, ot Trail, and
Fowler, of Nelson, visited tho Koyal
mint last week and expressed themselves as being highly pleased with
the equipment.
The postal business in Nelson has
no greatly increased ol late that it-
lias become necessary to enlarge tho
posi office, und an application has
been made accordingly to the Dominion government.
Alex. Lean, of Nelson, lias made
$3,inlu within the past yent by
photographing fruit land.
Silverware and jewelry to the value
ol $500 was stolen in broad daylight
irom a house in Vancouver last week.
The lieutenant govcrnoi-in-council
bas proclaimed a closed season lor
geese <n Kootenay until and including
the -Ust duy ol August, 1908.
The Dominion- liner Kensington arrived iu Halifax witb 500 Salvation
Army Immigrants tor British Columbia uu Sunday last.
An Italian, with a Caledonian
name, Frank Scott, attempted to
shoot his    wife lu Vancouver      last
The baseball season will opcu hy a
game between Tacoma and Vancouver
at Tacoma at the beginning of
April.
The S. S. Camosun made a record
trip ol five davs from Prince Uupert
to Vancouver last week.
Sam McPhee, a little boy of seven
fell Into a hogshead of boiling water
at the Pacific Coast mill at Vancouvei and died in two hours.
W. II. Unity,  K.mor-jl Uit*-'tot
Grantor* H. c. flmi.t Nn ?..
JOE MARAPUIII
SHOE SHOP
Hnimirinu u S|>.-oiiilty
Aih.-.w Hli,,k.<'nml.look
"STEWART'S"!!
Tlm toJlM Pruli Slow
CHOICE ORHAJIFUT l.l'TTUn
J Snee (lover »n,l lloklen II™'. Ut* lb
ciioiuB dairy imrrEii, m
.10' 11.11 SU I.ETTII'K
STEWART'S I''*.- ClloeoUTW)
-,,||
HUGH STEWART
« 1-l.one n     ■    ArnnlroiiB Ave,
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HAVE NEVER BEEN BEATEN
The only rink tbat has never been
beaten Is one skipped by J. Mi-l.ou-
Kall. and with W. Ward as No. 1, Dr.
Mercer as No. i and Pr. Hell vice-
skip. This rink claims the championship ol th* world.
 f	
2 Seven Years Ago |
i in Cranbrook ** *
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i
ITEM)  CULLED   HtOM   THE t
HF.HALD   Of    THAT    DATE f
Ell* €
IALD
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Mrs. Donahue has secured a license
lot her hotel, the East Kootenay, am.
i.a*i opened tbe house to tin- public.
The Fi.lljan.es brothers an* erui-t-
inp, a handsou.e residence lust ai-rt.ss
the street Irom tbe Catholic church
lt will be rented as soon as completed
Miss Jackson, who lot a long time
has been cunncc.ed with the linn ut
Fred Irvlno A Co., ,,! Nelson, lias accepted ■ position with Vi. T. R...J ,v
('„.
Work commence.! this week on tbe
new Baptist church, anil will in-
pushed lorward as rapidly as possible.
The Chinook last week cleared up
tbe snow trom thc Rro.md.
There were 34 names placed nn the
(.'ranbrook hotel register last Salurday,
Thc lollowlng lelt last Sunday to
'join Col. Baden Powell's South Af-
.rican police; Frank Rankin, .lames
.Henderson, W.    A.  Cathcart,  S. M
Rojette, S. J. Markham, W. Stewart,
11. H.    Johnson,    S.    J.    Peak, A.
Stredwlck, T.    .1. Barr, J. E. Barr
and R. Uclntyre.
IS
pleaied lo mote
THE
Dealer In.
Il.rdwnrf
*
Harness and Saddle.
i
annouueement that he carries all  k.-.l-
f.f merchandise, and received the
BIGGEST
slock of Pishing Tackle i.-v.-r si.-p.i  here
Sou... jealous purson niis-lit call me ;,
: liar
9 flu. Fred Roo li iwp_/y
| IN
* knoivii-g that he haia repntation i..
| ELKO
♦ for rent-it/ which it worth more to bim
thai. uut.,1.1 jr..Id.
Kiocri
and    Pros*
pecto
r»' Supplies
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it,
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rocerlei
ti.
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in Furs
it
nidukC
Ik
Iruit
and lanilv
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.1 Curloj
Bill
FUbloi
TnAle  lhat
■vnu
-■* ihe Pish
THEROOSVILLECASH STORES;!
FBEO HOO, Proprie.o
KOOSVII.I.B, M. C.
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QUEEN'S HOTEL \
CALGARY, ALBERTA
UNDER NEW MAN AGE,v.
This H-...-I lias always 1 u tl.
in its I...... and will lu- kept up U. the
otan.lur.1.    lf you wunt lo meet '.  .-
peoplu, iouiu to the Queen's I!
Queen's Hotel, Calgary ^.f
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New and Strictly First-Class
American I'luu, ti.M por day up
H..SK2IJ
HOTEL 5T. FRANCIS
C\L\e   H.VBTNCV. 1'ropri,
I 'or. Seymour aud Cordova Sis
'.I'lmatti C..'. .1. HUtlon
Vancouver, B. C.  :;
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Canadian Hotel
B One of the pioneer hotels of Cran-
B brook.   Warm rooms, good men Is
B >nd a bar stocked with the best
B
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| Joseph Brault, Proprietor |
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT A CO.. Proprleto
CRANBROOK
This it (be botol tbat ihey ulk about.
Who aro "Ihey" ?
The i*u|il».
Why do "tbey" Uili ?
On ucoQAt of tbe (rood mt*»i-, tbe eomforUble roome, the excel*
lent Herrjee* eod tbe cordial,courtenni treatment ai corded to all. Fata
meal at tbe Wentworth and yon become fl Wentworth      iter,   Try it.
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
C. M. VanWorn.er, Proprietor.
HANSON    AVE - - - CRANItltDOK
Horses, stoves, new und second
hand lurniture, stoves, tiiiw.tr.-,
crockery, glassware, aujtlii.i-. ami
everything Irom a white elephant to
a white mui.se.
You'll be surprised how lar your
dollar will stretch at „ur store. >'o..ie
and ea/e upon us and our stoek,
it will save you m,.nr)- an.l i"'i ■<
smile ,,u your face.
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FOR SALE
;; One Team Pure-Bred (Jray J |
Percheron Mares
Weight  won   ntiil   mr-..    IV,
l.rukeu, ue.t.le; wnrk logelhe. or < ,
single.--Apply
,1. K. EDMONDSON,
l'roi-li-r, B. C.
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! Hanley Livery and;!
Feed Stables
.■   tiik in-:.-1 is -...-.i  roo   ..
0OOI1   FOII   I II .MlROOK
Vlt 1 SDEA1  |R ... I i ll.MSH
nil. i;i:-i
Rigs, Riding  Horses  and
Pack  liorses lor any
purl  ol  the
l.istri.l
\VI?i W.wi   W - ITI8FY  Vi.r
BAXTER  & LAN0IN
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CRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Km Inlormatlon regarding land,
ami agriculture apply io Ihe
Secretary, Crnnbrook, B, C.
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Each Season Brings Something
Newer and Better in
^fl-m^k
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THIS spring we are showing Qothes which, for
appearance and wear, duplicate the work of the
highest priced custom tailors.
Their style, cut, and general wearing value make them
worthy of your inspection.
We particularly ask you to call and see our new three
and four button Sack and Double-breasted Suits for spring
Made in ail the accepted materials, the color combinations being most beautiful and exclusive to us.
The Clothes are all that you could desire, and are guaranteed on the points of fit and wear.
We think we have the most complete stock of men's wearing apparel in Hast Kootenay. This is
our opinion. We would like to have yours. This also applies to our large stock of Furnishings,
Hats, Shoes, etc.
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Lands and Works tor a license to
prospect tor coat and petroleum ou
the follow-in.-, lauds, situate iu tlie
district ol South Kast Kooteuay,
llrit-ish Columbia, in Block 151.:.:
Commencing at a post plant.-.! at
r near a point three (1.) milt-, east
.[ the 27 mile post ol present
'. P. It. survey, or west boundary
line ol t.lock 4393, and being the S.W.
corner |K>st of Frank Clarrisen's claim;
.bene- luuning uorth 80 chains,
thenco running east 9* chains,
tlietiei- ..tuning soutb HO .-bains,
thonce running west 80 chains,
to a point of commencement, making
.110 acres, more or less.
l.niMtci this   22nd day ol January,
1908.
A. W. Ilelden, Ageut for
Frank Oarrise..,  Locator.
Witness; Oeo,  11. Albright.       .;•.'..-
:: Presbyterian €l>iircb::
STATED SERVICES
Sunday ..turning service a.< .1
o'clock
Sunday    evening     srrvli-e   at
7.80 o'clock
Sunday      School   aud     Bible
Class at '4 o'clock
Presbyterian   Ouil.l, Tuesday,
at 8 o'clock
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IH   THE    SUPREME     CUUHT OF I
BRITISH COLUMBIA
In tto   matter   ol "The   Companies.
Act"
-and  of-
The    SI LL1YAN    CiKOtl* MINING
COMPANY,    a registered Kvti-i-
Provincial Company,
—audio t-he miiUi'i' ol an   iuiwuded action
between     The     CHOWS   NEST;
PASS COAL COMPANY,  UmU •
ed. against tbe   said the SULLIVAN    GROUP     MINING    COM-j
PANY,  tn    recover   tlif sum   ot
*8,407.22.
IN CHAMBERS:
Before His Honout l*. E. Wilson,
Local Judge, Thursday, the autu
il.iy ol February, i»o»-
Upon Lhc application ol the plaintiffs and upon reading tho affidavit ol
Henry William llerchmcr tilod, and
upon hearing the said Henry William
lierc.imer, oi Counsel ior the said
plaintiffs;
1. IT IS ORDERED that service
upun tho defendants ol tbe writ ol
numinous With special endorsement
thereon in this action by publtehJug I
tins order, together with Uw nulice
etrdorsed hereon once a week ior three
weeks in tho "Cranbrook Herald," a
newspaper published at Cranbrook,
Uritish Columbia; and further, thai n
ropy of thc said writ ot" summons
with such special endorsement Uiereon
I* mailed, in a registered letter,
postage prepaid, addressed to saiu
defendants at Marysville, British Columbia, shall he deemed gooU aim
sufficient service ol said writ aud
special endorsement thereon;
2. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED thai (he ..aid defendants do
filler uu appearance to the said writ
of summons in llie office of the District Registrar of this Court, at
Fornie, B. C, within lifteen 'lays
alter the date uf the last issue ul
tint s:inl "Craubrook Herald," in
which lliis Older and Notice eudorsed
u.. i .on appears.
J. AND IT IS FURTHER OR-
DERED that the costs ol this application be costs in the cause.
P. E, WILSON
L.   J.
N'OTICE
Tbis action is brought by Lhe
plaintiffs, the Crows Nest Pass Coal
Companj, Limited, against tbe de-
endanls, the Sullivan Qtoup Mining
Company, fur Lhe sum of $8,407,215,
Ueinj* lhe amount uf coke and coal
■uld and delivered hy the plaintiffs
to the defendants during the mouths
ui October, .November ami December,
iyt*7, and January and February,
Iuus, as per account rendered to tbe
;.*ud defendants, and as is hilly set
uut in the writ ot summons with
special endorsement thereon, mailed
under this Order and addressed
the  .aid defendants.
.1. 11.  McMI l.l.i.N
District   Rogiulrn
thence     running    east   M.    chains,
iu a point ot commencement, inuKiug'
rilli acres, more or less.
Located tbis   '22nd day ot Jamiaiy,
11)08.
A. W.  Relden, Agent for
Baldas Glldner, Locator.
Witness: W, P, Huth, 17-iif
NOTICE
OF LOCATION  OF CLAIM  NO.  -
Notico is hereby given that 3U days
uliut nan- I intend to appi> i.. tuo
lluiiurable Ob tul Commissioiiei oi
Liuulfi and Works lor a license to
prusjiect lot coul and petroleum un
tne lullowmg lauds, situate in lire
district of South Kast kuuu-i..«\,
British Columbia, in Block 151*3:
< ommencing at a post planteil at
i near a point one (I) mile enst
i.f the Iii mile post ot presenl
.'. P. R. survey, or west boiimiurj ul
Block 450S, and being tbe N. E. corner post ui Katie E. Glldner's claim,
Uience running sou tli hu chaius,
.iicjicc running west bti chains,
Uience running north bt) chains,
thence running cast SU chains,
iu a point ol commencciueui. maKiiigj
it-lu ucres, more or less.
Located this   iiJnd day ot January,!
1 \)iitt.
A. W.  Belden, Agent tor
Katie E. Gildner, Locator.
Witness: W. F. Huth. 4Hlt:
ii'ish Columbia, in Block 4A93; NOTICE
leiu-lng at   a post planted   all 	
near ,i   point    one \i)   mile eat* i OF LOCATION  OF CLAIM No.
llie     2!)    mile   post   of    present
west li
being
posl    .
Uience
ihence
..f     the     C.     P.    11..
military of Block 4593,      and
t-he       S,      E.      corner
f      Mary     Barret's
i mining   north     fifl
running     went,   f-o
running     south   Ml
Ihence     running    east   SO
to a puint of commencement, making
uiu acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd  dav
Rill?..
A. W.  Belden, Agent for
Mary Barrett, Locator.
Witness: W. F. Huth.
claim;
ehains,
chains,
chains,
chains,
.l.n:..
is taken out by U«
'bluer, whose address f.u
ce is iit ins ollice in the Mender
lil-nK. Victoria Avenue, Fernie
., Solicitor tur the plaintiffs,
who havo a Head Office for the trans
actfon id business within ihis Province, a' Fernie, B. c. ID-lit
This Ortfo
U.ilium   liei
I)
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OF CLAIM  NO. It
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date 1 in lend to apply tu lhc
iluin.i'able Chief Commissioner ul
ids ami Works fur a license tw
prospect tur coal uud petroleum un
the fuliowing lands, situate iu the
'islrict of South East Kootcnaj,
Uritisli Columbia, in Rluck -1588;
Commencing at a post planted at
i near a point out (1) mile east
i ihe 27 mile post ol presenl
C, P. It. survey, or west boundary ol
Block 4593, and being the N.W. cmner
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OF CLAIM  NO.  d
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
atler date 1 intend to apply tu the
Honorable t'hief Commissioner oi
Lands and Works for a license :o
prospect for coal and petroleum un
i,.e following lands, situate in thc
district of South East Kootenay,
llrilisli Columbia, in Block 4;>9d;
'. ommencing at a post planted at
..j in i-i u point one il) mile cast
the m mile post of patent
C. P. It. survey, or west boundary uf
Block 4503, and being tbe N. E. cornet post oi    Katie    Hunt's     claim;
hence     running     soutb   80   chains,
hence     running      west   80   chains,
theuce     tunning   north
thenco     running    cast   80     cbains,
point of commencement, making
ti ill acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd day of January,
1008.
A. W, Belden, Agent for
Katie Hunt, Locator.
Witness: W. F. Huth. 47-6t»
after date 1 intend to npply tu the
Notice is hereby given that 30 ilnys
Honorable Chiel Commissioner oi
Lands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following lands, situate in the
district of South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 4503:
Commencing at   a post planted   al
or near a point three (3) miles east
jot'   the    29   mile   post   of   present
;('. P. R. survey, or west boundary ot
J IHocJc 4593, and being the N.E. cornei
| post ol Catherine M. Chapman's claim
tbenee    running    west    80       ehains,
Ihence    running     south   80   chnins,
i hence     running     easi    80     ehains,
ihenee   running   north      80   chaius,
l-o a point of commencement, making
t; 10 acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd   day   ol January,
I WW.
A. W. Belden, Agent for
Catherine M.  Chapman,
Locator
Witness: W. F. Huth. 47-Bt*
' i hence running north 80 chains,
lienec tunning east 80 chains,
ihence running south SO chains,
thence running west 80 chains,
to a poiut of commencement, making
0-10 acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd  day   ol Juntiai
1908.
A. W.  Belden, Agent  tor
Frank Alley, Locator.
Witness: ff. F. Huth. 47-tit"
post 0
Mary J. Corui;
u's
claim,
thence
i milling     cast
80
chaius,
thence
iu lining     south
so
chains,
hence
running      west
80
chains,
t hence
running   nortli
80
cbains,
o a ii
■im- uf commencen
fill,
making
HO acres, more or less.
Loca
ed this   22nd dav
of .
.ti.ll.U v,
ittOK.
A. ff,  Belden, Agt
ut f
ir
Mary J. Conoran,
Locator.
Witness: W. F.  Huth.
47-tit*
NOTICE
OF LOCATION OF CLAIM -NO. 1
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honorable ■ thief Commissioner ol
L.i nils and Works for a license to
prospect fur coal and petroleum on
ibe following lands, situate in lhc
district ol South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near a puint one (1)' mile east
of tbe 27 mile post ot present
0. P. K. survey, being west boundary
uf Block 4503, and being S. E corner pust of Baldas frildner's claim:
thence running north 80 chaiim*,
thence running west SO chains,
thence     running    south   80   chains,
NOTICE
OK LOCATION OF CLAIM NO,   l
Notico is hereby given thai 30 days
aftei .late I inlend to apply to the
. I.m. .lable Chief (.uiiiiiissionei ul
Lands an.l Work* tor a Met iim- Lu
prospect foi coal and petroleum un
the fallowing hinds, situate in the
district <>i Soulh East Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Block 1603;
Com mencing ut a pusl plaututl at
oi m-iii a puiut nm) O) mllo east
ilir 27 mile pusL uf present
C. p. l». survey, or west boundary ol
Block 1593, amt'being tho S.W, cornel
post of William J. Uonoran's clam.,
thence running nurlh 80 cha-his,
ihence running east 80 chains,
ihence runuiug south Mi chnins,
ihence running west 80 chains,
tu a point ot commencement, making
.iiu acres, more or less.
Located this   22ml day ol J.mu.ii.
19U8.
A. ff. Belden, Agent far
William1 J, Conoran, Locator.
Witness: ff, F. Huth. 17-ttt*
NOTICE
OF LOCATION OF CLAIM  Kt). 5
Notico is hereby given that 30 ilayi
afler dale I intend to applv in Ch,
Honorable chief Commissioiiei ui
Lands nnd Works far a license li
■in.sped- fur coal and petroletn i     m
[ie following lands, situate in thi
district   of    South East    Kootcuay
NOTICE
OF  LOCATION OK CLAIM   NO. 7
Notice i.s hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply io thc
lluiiurable Uhicf Commissioner of
Lands and Works far a license tu
..inspect lur coal and petroleum on
on- fallowing lands, situate in the
district of South East Kootenay,
liiitish Columbia, in Block 4693:
Commencing at a post planted at
ui neai a point one (Ij mile east
>i the 29 mile post of present
C. p. It. survey, or west boundary of
Block 4503, and being the N". W. corner post of Easter O. Veason's claim;
ihence running
ihence     running
tlience running north -SO chains,
thence miming west 80 chains,
io a point ot commencement, making
.j|0 acres, more ur less.
Located this 33rd day ol January.
1008,
A. ff. Uolden, Agent lor
Easter O. Veasen, Locator.
Wi I ness   W    F. Huth. 47-ftt4
NOTICE
OF LOCATION  OF  CLAIM  NO. 10
Notice is hereby given that 30 ilays
after date I intend to apply lo the
Honorable Chief Commissioner of
lands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
Mi chains,' Uie following lands, situate in the
district of South East Kootenay.
British Columbia, in Block 4593:
Commencing at a. pust planted at
ur near a point three (3) miles east
of the 39 mile post of present
O, P. R. survey, or west boundary of
Block 4593, and being thc S.E. corner post ol John veasen's claim;
thence running north 80 chains,
tbenee running west 80 chains,
ibence running smith 80 chains,
thrace running east 80 chains,
to a point ot commencement, making
040 acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd dav of .lonnury,
1808.
A. W. Belden, Agent far
John Veasen, Locator.
Witness: ff. F. Huth. 47-81?
NOTICE
OF  LOCATION  OF  CLAIM   NO.   13
Notice is hereby given that 3u days
after date I intend to apply to    the
■ Honorable Chief Commissioner oi
Lands and Works for a license lu
prospect far cual mid petroleum    on
'the following lands, situate iu the
district! of South East Kootenay,
British Columbia, iu Block -1503:
]   Commencing at   a post planted   at
|or near a pomt three \.*\) miles easi
of the 27 miles post of present
CP.R, survey, or west boundary line
of Biock 4593, and being the N. E.
corner post ol Corrine Alley's claim;
tlience running south 80, chains,
thence running west SO ' chains,
theuce running north 80 chains,
thence running east 80 cbains,
l.i a point of commencement, making
li 10 acres, more or less.
Located this   22nd dav ut Jauuuiy,
1008.
A. W. Belden, Agent for
Corrine Alley, Locator.
Witness: Geo. H. Albright.      -17-Ot'
Ol'
NOTICE
LOCATION OK CLAIM NO
NOTICE
OF LOCATION OF CLAIM  NO.   11
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honorable Chief Commissioner ol
south 80 chains, Lands mid ' Works for a license to
a*.i 60 chains, prospccl for eoal and petroleum un
ibe following lands situate in the
district of ' South East. Kootenny,
.Witi-.il Columbia, in Bioik 1593:
Com mencing at a post planted ai
or neat a point three (3) miles east
■ >f the 20 mile posl ol present
c.P.lL survey, or west, boundary lino
nl Block 4593, and being the N.W. cornet posl nf Lula Veasen'.1, claim;
ihenee running south 8(1 chains,
thence running east 80 eliains,
iln-tice rumiing north Ml chaius,
thenre running west 80 chains,
t.(i a puint of commencement, making
940 acres, more or less.
located tlris 23rd dnv ot Jnnimry,
1008.
A. W.   Belden, Agent for
Lula Veasen,   Locator.
Witness  W. F. Huth. 47-fll*
Notice is hereby given that 30 iln
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
atler date I intend to apply to the
Honorable t'hief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
Mie following lauds,   situate in    the;
Ifstricb   nt    South East    Kootenay, *
MrlHsli Columbia, in Block 4503:    '   j NOTICE
iiiunienclng at   a post planted   nt' <-    ■ <
ir near n   point    one (1)   mile past  OF LOCATION  OF CLAIM  NO.   12
of   the    39    mile   post   of    present
C. p. it. survey, or west boundary ot
Block 4593. and being the £f. W. cor- after date ! intend to apply tn tbluer post of Maria E. Hunt's claim; Honorable Chief Commissioner of
theuce running north 80 chains, Lands and Works for a license to
ihence running east 80 chains, prospect far coal end petroleum on
thence running south 80 chains, the fallowing lands situate in the
thence running west 80 chains, district' of South East Kootenay'
tu a point of commencement, making British Columbia. In Block 1593:
tilO acres, more or lesj. I   Commencing at   a post- planted   at
Located this 23rd   day   of January,  or near a point three (3) miles cast
1908. i of   the    30   mile   post   of    present
A. ff. Relden, Agent, for j C. p. R. survey, or being west hound-
Maria E. Hunt, Locator.        'ary oi Block 45(13, and being the S.
Witness: W. F. Huth. 4T-6t* W. corner post of Frank Alley's claim;
NOTICE
OF  LOCATION   OF  CLAIM   NO.   H
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date I intend to apply lu the
Honorable Chief Commissioner uf
Lands ami Works for a license to
prospect for eoal and petroleum oh
the following lands, situate in the
district uf South East Kootenay,
Hritish Columbia, in Block 4503:
Coiiimencing at a post planted al
or near a point three (3) miles east
the 27 mile post o! present
C.l'.R. survey, or west boundary of
Block 4593, and being the N.W. corner
post ot Benj. McMulien's claim;
i hence running east 80 chaius,
.hence miming south 80 chains,
iliencu running north 80 chains,
theuce running west 80 chains,
to a point of commencement, making
040 acres, more or less.
Located this 22nd day of January,
1908.
A. W. Bidden, Agent far
Benj. McMuiien, Locator.
Witness: Geo.  II.  Albright.       47 lit*
NOTICE
OF   LOCATION  OF l LAIM   Nil.   15
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
-iiii'i date | intend to apply to Llie
lluiiurable Chlel Commissioner ot
Lands and Works hu a license lo
primped tor coal and petroleum mi
the following lands, situate in tto
dislriel. of Soulh East Knoten.n,
IriUsh Columbia, iu Rluck  l.vt.'t:
...uuenring at   a pnst planted   at
ui  near A point three (3)  miles cast
■f    the   27   mile    post   ol   present
■'■     P.       R-      survey, present
boundary     line west     side     of
Block 459.1. and being the N.E. comer
j tost  irf   Nellie      MeMullen's   claim;
! thence    running   north      80   chnins,
thence    running'   west    80       chains,
hence   running      south   80   cliains,
I hence      running > east   80    chains,
to a point of commencement, making
'i'lii acres, more or less.
Located this   22nd day of January,
HMtK.
A. W. Belden, Agent for
Nellie McMuiien.  Locator.
Witness:  Geo,  H.  Albright.       47-lit*
Pipes
I am the Man
that sells
Pipes
S.J.MIGHTON
The Tobacconist
LOCAL NOTES
>II-KRI. HF AUOUT THU CITY tli
ASK UNO QUESTIONS IW
MANY l>.-:..l'l.|.'..
IJ mi fni 13.73 at Finks.
ladies .hoes ut less than cost at
Pinks.
A. C.  -Iiiwufss visit.Nl Moyie
Monday.
Hen ltoss came in from Si.,t_i ou
Saturday.
A. B. Kt-nwick, nl Koit Steele, was
it. tn-n-n ou Monday.
1). II. Telford, ul Waldo, was in
town on Saturday.
Frank Johnson, ol Moyie, was iu
Cranbrook ou Monday.
Clarence Darling weut .0 Moyie on
Friday on legal business.
(leorge Mead, ol Creston, was In
Cranbrook on Saturday.
J. M. Agnew, ol Waldo, was in
Craubrook .ast Saturday.
Mrs. P. Wasson will receive on
lirst and third Wednesdays.
Graham Campbell, ol Calgary, was
at the Craubrook ou Friday.
Mrs. O. P. W. Cooke, ol Mayook,
was in Cranbrook on Saturday.
I. Z. ltuttan, ol Knderby, was a
Cranbrook visitor last Monday.
Superintendent llrownli-c went cast
last Friday to meet his lamily.
A. E. Watts, governor ol Watts-
burg, was in Cranbrook on Friday.
J. S. Ousty, ol Fernie, was registered al the Cranbrook on Friday.
loscph Hall, yardmaster at Frank,
spent Sunday in town -a-itl. his lamily.
F. II. l-earson, ol JaDray, was registered at the Cranbrook on Tuesday.
.1. Fleishman, t-he Vancouver diamond king, was iu Cranbrook on Friday.
was
M»u
Adams, nl Marysville.
a.   the lli.yal nn
hotel
last
Joseph Walsh, provincial constable
at For. Steele, accompanied by Mrs.
Walsh, visil--,. Cranbrook on Friday.
John Adams, ol Marysv*ille™we_»t
to Nelson ou Tuesday, In .lie interests of the miuers union of Marysville.
The summer hours came into eflecl
al the schools last Monday. The
[-hildren have to he there by I. a.m.
now.
W. F. Gurd visited Kiugsft-ate on
Satm-dav as counsel for tbe CP.R.
on the 31.../ versus CP.R. laud arbitration.
I.oyce Thompson, ol Toronto,
brother oi G. H. Thompson, ol tbis
city, spent several days in Cranbrook
this week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Collins, ot Eastport,
Idaho, spent Sunday lu Craubrook.
Mr. Collins is 1'uitcd States collector
1 customs.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen, ul Mu.iiuni,
Manitoba, are visiUug Mr. and Mis.
A. ..eitoh. Mrs. Owen Is a sister 0.
Mis. Lei.cb.
A male bclougiug to Urs. K.ng
aud (lieen died last Friday n.gbt
This ...are was llr King's favorite
and he will fir. llu- loss my much.
Superintendent ..n-wnlec's tanviiy
arr.Ved Imm Moose Jaw on Sunday
and haw. la ken up their residence in
the C.l'.lt. Ixiil.lu.r_ on llakct bill.
I,. 1>. Kikslvin passed through
Cranbrook ou Saturday to take part
in the Mutz versus C.P.H. arbllratUs,
at Kingsgate as counsel tur Albert
MuU.
Eneas, an Indian, brought tn the
skins of four mouutalu lions ou Monday aud collected tbe governmenl
bouuty of sixty dollars. He killed
the mother and three kit/lens.
ll*/..II Hamilton, uf Calgary, was
in Cranbrook last Monday looking
alter .-he Interests of the CP.R. land
department before the court ol revision.
.1. K. Jeremy has accepted a position wilh Hill & Co, Mr. Jeremy-
is a dry goods man of experience,
having beeu with tbe Hudson's Bay
Co. aud the T. Eaton Co., at Winnipeg, Mu.
Mr. and Mrs. VI. F. Gurd gave a
dance at their home on Baser hill
las. Thursday evening. A very enjoyable time was spent by those
piesent. Professor Mellenry presided at the piano.
C II. Powell, inspector ol C. I'll
commercial telegraph lines was in
Cranbrook at tbe end ot last week
superintending the installation ol tbe
new commercial office. Mr. Powell
has installed the latest telegraph
switches at the commercial office and
also at the 1 .l-.R. station.
"Jack" Angers, an old timer in
this district, who bas bees spending
some six years in tin east, returned
to Cranbrook last Friday. "Jack"
says British Columbia looks good to
him. Mr. Angers bas uot yet decided what bo will do, but tbe
chances are that he will lorate in tbe
district.
II. L. Rotliwell, who has been accountant in tbe Canadian Bank ol
Commerce here fnr some months, lelt
on Saturday for three months' leave
0. absence. Mr. HoH.well wiil, alter
visiting Toronto nnd other points in
the east, sail lor England, where be
wilt spend roost ol bis vacation.
During bis stay in Cranbrook, Mr.
Rotbwdll has made a great many
friends, all ol whom will wish bim
a pleasant time.
 4	
AT THE THEATRES
THE NEW OPERA HOUSE
Tlw moving pictures at the ner-'
opera house arte .xce.iei.t litis week.
The magic mirror and tbe St. Louis
balu.ni race being very much appreciated by large bouses. Mr. Reeves
song, "Ian Me and tbe World is
Mine," was a great drawing card.
THE EDISON THEATRE
At the Edison tbe fight oi nations
and tbe robbers and the priest were
tery good leatures indeed. The little
theatre was exceedingly well patronized through tbe week. Mrs. Marshall's song -Starlight" was very-
much enjoyed.
NOTICE
OF LOCATION OK CLAIM NO. 1(1
Notice is hereby given that 30 davs
niter date I intend tn apply to thc
Honorable   Chiel   Commissioner    ol
John F.
legis-.eied
.lay.
Harry     Dimt-ck, a populai
Keeper, oi Moyie, was in town
Friday,
D. T. Mil',,ml. and Miss MiCmt.,
-I Wyeliffe, were in Craubrook on
Monday.
F. II. Hall, ol I'ntleiby, was registered at llie Hotel .'ranbrook tm
Monday.
II. S. Ross, ol Saskatoon, was
K-f-isli-K-il at the II0..-I Cranbiook on
Saturday.
.laimw Finlny, manager ot the Sullivan ...inr, was down Irom Kimberley
on Monday.
I-:. Mel), 1 in,.I. one ol Wardn.-1's
prominenl ho.,-1 keepers, was in town,
on Monday.
II. Granger, the mill known rancher
..I Thunder IUU, was in Cranbrook
on Tuesday.
George Laurie, ono ol Creston's
lumber barons, was registered at the
Royal un Monday.
It. V. Thurston and wile, oi Kimberley, were In Cranhrook at the beginning ot tbe week.
Albert Ooodall, superintendent ol
the Marysville shelter, came into
Cranbrook on Monday.
Judge Wilson went to Kingsgate on
Satu.-d.iy as arbitrator In the Mutz
versus CP.R. controversy.
W. I), lllll, accompanied by Mrs.
Hill and their daughter lelt lor a
visit to Spokane last Sunday.
Tlw Edmonton Bulletin says ol the
lk'ggar Prince Opera company, which
will appear at tbe new opera bouse
on Friday and Saturday, March 1Mb
aud Uth:
Thc Beggar Prince Opera enm*-
pany received a flattering introduction from Edmonton tbeatre-gocrs
last night. Every available seat tn
the bouse was sold long belore tbe
hour lor the curtain to rise. The
b 11 lur the evening was the Italian
opera Fra Diavola, which has always
been popular with the unsophisticated
musical public, as well as connoisseurs of taste and judgment. Go...
opera is always popular and deservedly so, [or it combines the sensuous beauty of tonal expression nnd
musical temperament with emotional
und dramatic interpretation."
Tbe    operas   to bu prvsentwl      in
.'ranbrook    will     be "Fra  thuvnln '
an.l .lie "Beggar Clown."
 4 _
SCOTT-DOUGLAS
tMislicinc Hal Times.)
A tjulet, but    very pretty wedding
took plan. Thtt.sday evening      when
Miss   Ruth   Douglas,    ul Sl.-llailim,
N. 8., was unlt.nl in thi. holy   bowls
I wedlock .0 ...e Rev. ... II. Scott.
nl Creston, It. >', a. the ri-.ldni.-e ol
the bride's uncle, Mr. Jaines IVnjg*
las, North Railway street The
bride was the recipient ,,( many
beautiful and useful presents. Tlie
happy couple till Thursday evening
at twelve o'clock on tbe south (rain
fnr their home in Creston. M. C, The'
hr,.,- looked very charming it. her
travelling dress ,,1 given vicuna,
The Rev. Jl. Farrell perlnnnod the
ceremony.
■♦-
AT THE GYti
The conceit in aid of the Gym will
he held on tbe -K.I. ol this month
and a line programme will be presented. Dialogues and out? or two little
sketches wilt be produced by the
boys. The date should be reserved
as there will he a pleasant evening
for all who are able to be presents
ESTRAY NOTICE
Taken up: One red and white   bull
call.       Owner can bave same     by
proving property and paying charges.
R. H. Bobart,
&0-3t Wardner, B. C.

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