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THE ORANBROOK HERALD.
Vol.U Ml.   II
eUANIUIOOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.   THIRSDAY.  A1MH1.   l.i.   1 »<
NO.   I
OAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
V!  INTEREST BEING  MANIFESTED LN  IHE NEW ORGANIZATION
-' Satutdav evening a very im-
iii! meeting v.*.is held in the
brook    hoti 1  when a Game Pro-
associ.itioii was (ormod.   The' nwng present,   Duucan
DUNCAN MM Mii.iii.AlLU
fHE L'NANIMOLS   CHOICE       OF
I'ALE-CAKIUOU   LIBERALS
t'ernon, April 14.—At one ot the
greatest gatuvrings ol Liberals ever
new iu Western Lanudu, nu delegates
eting was very representative, and
besides local sportsmen, W. H. Her-
chmer ami S. Alexander, the prert-
irnt and secretary ...f the
Fernie (lame- Protective
association were present to help to
organize and their experience and
help were much appreciated bv those
presenl.
A. Leitch was in the chair and C.
M. Edwards acted as secretary.
On tlie motion ot Dr. J. H. King
ind Edward Etwell it was decided to
call tin- association the Cranhrook
Distiict Fish and Oame Protective
association.
James Bates moved and F. A.
Iiiuiii seconded a motion making
Messrs. Ilerclimer and Alexander hon-
irnry members of thc association.
A. i.eitch was elected president, Y.
I.nli Battel and .1. F. M. Pinkham
yico-prosldonts and C. M. Edwards
secretary-treasurer.
It was moved liv .1. F. M. Pinkham
ami seconded liy E. Klwell that
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IMPORTED FROM FRANCE
* A nice Ihu of cn.npasacs, also Opera and Field  >
t*         (ilasses.    These   ko.Js  arc  minufictured   hy
X         "l.emiire & Ci.lin.nts Bros," which in sufficient
♦ pri.tf Hut ihcy are thc highest class of goods oh-
tamable. Opera and Field Glasses from $7.00 to
$2903. Compasses from $1.50 to $14.00.
Jeweler and
tiradiiKleOpllrlan
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W. H. WILSON.
MOUNTED POLICEMAN MURDERED!
CONSTABLE WILMOT OF  FRANK
BEETS AN HORRIBLE DEATH
THE RACE MEETINS
FOOTBALL       T?
B. S. Wilmot, a Il.N.W.M.P. c.,n-
tuble, was shot and killed on the
tiorniug oi Sunday, April 12. For
thc last week there have lieen several
burglaries including Dribb's hardware store which was broken into
and the cash box rifled. An attempt
sr-as also made to rob the Imperial
hotel.
Wilmot was stationed on duly for
the night, and it is supposed that the
policeman in attempting to arrest the
part, was shot.
Wilmot was shot, in the neck with a
shotgun. The whole charge entered
his nick and tearing a terrible hold
In tt, seveml the windpipe.
ron-sta-bio Wilmot had only been on
lbe lowe lor a vear and came    Irom
Derby, England
dttbough blood hounds have    been    ,,.     ^ _ , 	
Sued no    clue as to    who committed Ufa .starting gate over the whole cir- less in allowing (hem to use     Ihei
e murder bas been lound. cult, seeing to the transportation and grounds.    The hoys all sav thnt
I man by the name ol Frank Car- r|gging at everv point. Fot ol good    football will tie   pli
•era has been arrested at Frank on a'   ffMm   ,i,c ahove  maj. i,c gathered this season.
■barge ol vagrancy,    who is thought that everything will be up-to-date and .  ♦
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FOR BLOWING OFF A
FRIEND
>.i* in otlier word., Ior the
iflii'-lniii'iit of Rue..*.', .oute ot
..in llll.H CLASS WINES are
nut onlv de.irable, tut. essen-
lial.
"WHITE SUl" IS TIIE REST
A. L. McDERMOT
Wholetale Wine Merchant
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OPENING OF
BALL SEASON
i
TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) AT |
RACE TRACK
Admission 25c.   Ladies free
TWO GREAT GAMES
EVERYBODY COME
Preparations ace still the order of t meeting wns held last Snturda)
the day witb the Crmibrook Park, tvrnin^ to form a football league.
Limited, so that nothing shall lie, The numher ol teams which will matte
loll undone to make the race meeting ip tliis league is nol Known at pro-
May IS and lfl   a huge success, lent, Imt there will lie at least tlm
learns. The result of the election of
officers was as follows: Hon. I're-si-
dent, Clint McDonald; President, Oeo,
Baker; Secretary, (1. M. Abbott;
Treasurer, It. Bolduor, lion. Vice-
Presidents, A. McCowan- C. A. Abbott, A. M. Black and W. Flowers.
It was decided to play a game mi
flood Friday evening at 6.30,       lie-
In a very    few days time Cranbrook
will he the training garters for    a
lumber   of       horses, both        ImiiR-
tails   and trotters.       Fourteen     of
the loose boxes have already      been
ipoken for and    very shortly horses
with their jockeys will be au ordiimry
light around Cranbrnok.     Thc    Cai-
garv Herald     says that Lou White,
well  known   in    western     sporting (ween the Obi Hoys and tin
circles, has received ihe appointment brook 1'nited.     VV. Flowers will   lie
of   official   starter on    tbe  Western lhe referee and    a really good   game
Canada Turf association circuit   and of   association   football is expected.
will   commence   his   duties in May, During the season the Beattie      clip
when thp racing season opens up    at ind the   Kerrigan cup will be played
Cranbrook. tor and a number of matehes against
White is an old band .it the game, outside teams will take place. The
having worked at the job on many football association wishes the Herahl
of the large eastern tracks. to express their thanks, to the   Cran-
He will practically have charge of brook Park, Limited, for their Kind
iui laltHJaribou was m.aiiiiuousty
elected V) he tne sund-ua beater
jt Uie party at tne next Uunumou
Wectton. Tho convention asseuiuitu
*t - p.m. in tne opera house, witu
o. l. Smith, president ut tne \ale-
cantjo... LiiHTat nssoci,ition, in tue
Mian. Alter hu e-spu-.ai.ju oi coit-
uucnve in Sir Willriu Laurier, -Dum.-*a
tvoss anu tht Liberal party ana tiie
reauing oi a letter trom ma premwt,
John v. Swanson, ot K^mioopa, Ju
au eloquent auO \ igorous ^peecn,
oominatw Dime-in Lo3;>. i i.uiuas
bawson, ci Ketowua, seconded tue
lominuuon, wnicu was tunnel ei.uot-
•wi i>> stirring speeches iiom uc. t*..
*.. AUcduoald, ut vernon, *io**n u>-
oian, of Vernon, Simm Curtis, ox-
it.i'.C. o( Rossland, ami Senator Boe-
(uck,    No other mime was, mouuuuuu
*o tbat      Mr.   Koss  was unamuiuusi)
lotmuated.    Dunoan Koss said    m*i
n. acknowledging trie great eonodcucu
in him winch had men exptcssuu,
that this testimony ol tile cunudefico
HMXI
paid htm tor thi- io.ir years of
executive committee ot four be chosen, „. Ihp i ltll.rfll „..rtv ._ . ..., , ,
from Cranbrook ami that each WlttH^J^
ing pomt he represented and it was luV i^u?,.,, u.,ri L n t\i,
decided that Messrs. Hates, Green, f *' ?„ ?™U°f *ork he baa ff*.
Dunn and Ryan be the Craubrook «e- ! t(U" rt JV-loZ T6 SfiST
cutivc and that T. T. McVittie. oi gJSLT v yS^SS J^nZET*
Fort Steele; W. Wilson, of Marys- SfSLJ'LS! ilSr8*5? °° *1'
rillo; C. Adney. of Wardner; 11. DrtV.i *c ^H? Sf0, ,?rto« Ulc f^B
' Jtr. Koss made a magnificent UUk, iu
I'hich he    showed thai the    Uboral
Adney,
of Kimberlev; A
burg;  11. Koutli
lions, ol
Wot! en
executtv
It  wa
each ol
K. Watts, oi Watts-
)f Moylo;   All. (iilv-
^ ahk  and  Mr.   French        ol
K be ilie temporary outside
people
and ele
ami
n
; moved And carried that
the members ol the outside
il on II a meeting ot the
f their respective districts
t permanent represent a tl\
irt  by Ma)   1st.
greed tliat the membership
let; be * I.UI) per annum aud lhat
ill members do their best to see that
the game laws were tnlorccd and tliut
the share ot all tines collectable by
members of the association for giving
Information should he turned into the
funds of  tho association.
V. Hyde Baker moved and .1. F. M.
Pinkham seconded a motion which
was carried, to memorialize the government of the province of British
Columbia asking it to declare the
electoral districts of Crnnbrook and
rgnnized districts under
the provisions of the tiame Act, LOOS.
By tbe motion of Messrs. Pinkham
-iml Green it was agreed tbat a committee consisting ol T- T. MoVlttte,
C. M. ISdvards and V. Hyde Baker
meet the Fernie executive and confer
With regard to the establishment o( a
game preserve and to meet the prt>-
.inclai L'atntf w.mtcn who will r-c in
thc district shortly to examine the
merits ofvth-3 iw.. districts w\mh
nave been suggested so*. i;arne      pre-
' ,iii the ;ame
tlm. He ^aid
tie proposed,
thc exception
i\. u. Ilerclmter gave a very interesting talk on t,ii organization of
game protective association, giving
jie experiences -rone through by the
fernie association.
C. M. Kflwaru- spo
preserve suggested b\
that m thfi section
ivery wild animal, »i
nf cariboo, that is tdtind in Brmsn
I'ol.imi.i.*, lived ail the year round
Mid Uiat this could be said oi no
jther section that he Knew of.
A vote of thanks was tendered to
Messrs. Herchmei and Alexander lor
their Kindness in attending tbe meeting.
a large number signed the roll ana
the CranbrooK District Game Protective Association was launched with
•ill the earmarks oi tut nre success.
p.nt> had throughout [ts tenure ot
tttlco been faithful tv. its trusts and
bad lived up to its promises. tie
tlso went very fully into mc Japanese immigration question. During
me course Of his speech Mr. Itosh
laid. "Now, kwp in mmd when
for.es tilw scandal,  that   Wvnn       uie
list day the Lfturiei government «.-
terod otbee until today not one .Angle
Hick ol timber has been granted to
my one except to the highest bidder
iftoi   -.pen cvm-twtition."
tnows something about the murder
Constable Wilmot.
♦  [Cranbrook one ot the very hest "race
KKW DllirO AND BOOK COMPANY W**11*" ev«   Md ta Western Can'
"f that all that 'can lie done will      be
j lone to make tbe spring meeting at
KASTKR WINDOWS
aria.
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LEAVES
The stores have donned their best
bibs aud tuckers for Easter. Both
the grocery and the dry goods side
of lhe Fink Mercantile company's
it*ire look very gay and festive, Mr.
Laidlaw aud Mr. McArthur showing
lome of their most artistic touches,
(till & Co. have splendid windows
Mh at their dry goods store and
it their furniture store.     ,l. Jeremj
C. K. Reid has disposed of his drug
iod book business   to the Cranbrook REV*.       MACCONNKI.I.
Drug ik Book Co., Ltd,     C. IL AIU-| FOR COLLEGE
ion, ot Port    Perry,    Ont., is   the 	
SMoager of tbo    new concern.      Mr, I   It  was with regret we learned    ot
ftllison has   brrn with   the   Canada'the   departure of    our pastor, Rov.
Drug A B.wk eompany ol Nelson for Hacconnell, but even though we feel te ***   ,      th   .,      .
•ome time and Is a thoroughly pra.'-ltt is our great  loss we know it will f0w deration and outeuns
-Heal druggist.     The new firm     will be othets gain.     And while we.   thus l0* °*l"'l,|l,n *»"« l",ls l|l'
akrgo the store considerably      ami lee) he regretted    leaving this field,
rill make a special feature of       the his heart    was made lighter by      a
book and stationery side of the husl- liberal purse being handed him as   he
' '■ '   it'as about to leave, and in connection
with this wo would like to add that
llr. Macconnell joined the committee
In thanking the    people    of Wanlncr
*ho    so liberal I v    donated   toward
THE BAND Km.
less. Thc Cranbrook Ding & Stationery eompnny took over tho busl-
less yesterday.
Th© Craubrook eity band, in spite
If many adversities, is still doing
business. This institution is one
•hat thr public should help 1o support and this with liberality. The
lummer is now coming and ojien air
land concerts will lie expected and
these tlm
that tbey
Irom th« citizens of the city, Quite
I number bave offered monthly as-
•(stance, and it is to he regretted
tint the citv council could not have
tone something.
i Mrs. 0. W. Miller,
Mrs. D. Me Lend, committee
Wanlncr, B. C, April H, l«fm
ODD TELLOWS ANNIVERSARY
puts up some
lhe best effects ever seen here. Bu
Brothers always have original and
handsome window decoration and
their Easter windows are no e\<Tp-
lion to thc rule.
BIG POWER PLANT FOR THE
DISTRICT
,     ,        „    . , ,     K.inday, April 29th. will tie tlm S-M.i
band    will give, prnviitrd ,„„iv-,rsir:- ol th,, or^tntmtlm     ol
Rl-t the   MNMin BlippOH thl, in-lcfmi-lnit Ordor ol Ortil     Vet-
•'"-""- "' "'" "'"     "'"'" tows »ml K«y .'Hy l.od«e No.      12
mil holil appropriate smviws In the
Bap. 1st    church Ihnl i-vmlng at. 7.:.n
,'clock.     All Rojnunilng brotliers o(
Ih.- onlcr an- cofdiall)- Invltnl      to
tmct with Iho mcml.irs of Key City
l.mtBi- at .heir hall    promptly at ;
o'clock and partiripitip  in thc parad,*
mil .servin-.i.    Thc (ranbrook     bam.
till render appropriate music lot Mio
Mranion.
FARE FOIt THE HACKS
t SUKE ENOUOII BANANA Ill'l-T
I0..IWI-110USK  l'OWKU   r.l.KITHII
SYSTEM
Honey Irom the Slate ol IVisci.sii
|k forthcoming to oqulp the undertok-
ini! the Hull River Power A tight
'rompany. The enterprise Involve.
Ibe production of over 10,000 horn
power ol electrical eiicr*-v .uul .,1
ready a. grade .'.OHO yuM's in leiigtt
baa tireh completed to Rooommodftti
.he Hume which aill lie llixx bet ii
,ize. Work will he prosecuted .ill
•ummer and everything will la* -lonc
lo have the plant completed .is tooti
is possible.
Iili.lt
I.OI.-
Mls.
The
the
Mn in
Everyone wilt admit thati whi.t* will  _,., „„.,„„ ,,.,..,„„,,,,. ......... .,„ .....
,row in the    New     K.ngland Slates !1",S      "|,-,r"1"1""' """"' "" "'",   On W,,lnc«l.iy, April 15, 1008
rill srow in t-hc Cranbrook district, i*"'1"'"- .  |»ld Alexander, son ol Mr. and
Luther    nurhaoV, the    horticultural R. •'* -loy'i*, aged live weeks.
rtard, aunounccn that he is       now SINGLE   FARE FOIt TIIE HACKS uterment look place today at
•ertetlug a new kind ol luscious hiv-   Cranbrooli cemetery, the ltev.
lao-i, si, hardy that, tt will come to     The CP.R.   have announced    that ,fflciating.
lerlirt Iniition anvwhere In       New Uiey will give a single [arc to Cran- 	
England,   and    that   New   England hrook lor the races on May IK   and     On   Sunday,    April ",, mod,       al
brmers will soon be raising spineless 10 Irom  all points on their system, tellers,   Quebec,      Florence l!»r.,.n,
Betas  tor its Iruit, and edible prick- Khen purchasing their tickets       the loungest child ol Sydney W. and It.
ff pfur. [public must get a receipt from    thc ll.     Brown.      Mrs.   Hrown is well
——4 igcnt at the place nt which they Jiuy known in   Cranbrook, having visilcd
■Ithoir ticket, this, when It is counter- here with her lather, llev. Flewelllng.
SERIOUS   ACCIDENT AT WALDO ligncd hy the secretary ol the Cran- His manv Iriends will unite with the
.. ilrook   Park, Limited, will Ire   good Herald ih extending    tlnir sympathy
Harry Cody,    one of thc employes lor thc return fare. 1-tf to Mr. Flewelllng In his bereavement
•I the Raker Lumher company, while •  ♦	
•mgaged in removing a belt Irom one       NEWSPAPER AT MACLEOD NOTICE
ri thc pulleys in the mill with a nliw    Macleod,   Alta.,    April      8.-Thc -—
*t pipe, slipped and thc pipe hilling -Bardie is tn appear under the name    The   management   ol    .lie Kdison
tlm    penetrated his    chest, passing ol   the "Weekly   Chronicle."      Mr. theatre will not hold themselves
•leer through his body.    There were Livingstone, a    former correspondent sponsible tor any accounts contracted
lo hopes ol his recovery when      the nl thc Gazette, takes control and the by G. R. Marshall alter April Uth
Herald was advised. success ol the Chronicle Is assured K'illls & Cosgrove.
CONSERVATIVE APPRECIATION
Commenting on the retirement ol
ft'. A. Galliher, M.P., ior Kootenay,
lbe Nelson Daily Canadian. Conservative, pays the, following kindly tribute to the l.ibcr.il member: "The
announcement over his own signature
that .Mr. Galliher will not again be a
candidate tor parliamentary honors
comes as it surprise to the electors ol
Kootenny generally though not to bis
personal iriends." [hiring his eight
years' service as representative ol
Kootenu., "Hig Bill" bas always
been ii loyal and enthusiastic westerner, mid lins done probably all that a
Dominion memher culd do to advance
.he special interests of Nelson. It is
probably within the t ruth to say
his public career has not made him a
iinali* personal enemy. But bis retirement will undoubtedly mean the
lo-s oi Kootenav to the Liberal parlv. Mr. Galtther, with his great per-
si.n.il !p<.p.i!.irtty mielii hnve retained
the -'*:.t. but it will be generally conceded, not publicly, of course, by tbe
Liberals, tha. no other -..-.erhmetii
candidate h..s even a Uaht ng chance.
It is generally understood that Mr.
Galliher purposes devoting his time
ind tnlenis to the practice ol bis
profession. There is no man in Nelson, prohah.y nol In Kootenay, wlic
l«..s not heartily wish him every success "
I! UU.I WANTED
Montreal,  April 10.—R.    R. llr.ice.
large nun,- and land owner in Uie
..ii.iicrnicie district. British Cohim*
lua, waited upon Sir Thomas Shau-b-
nessv today and urei-d the need ol
belli* V-...V (aclllties (or the Columbia valley', whin* both thc Iruit
raisin* and minim industries are
rapidlv developing, lie was assured
that the people now developing Columbia vallev would L-et their railway
hut ihal lor the present they must
be patient, seeing that ninny branch
Iieing called lor all over
\t 0. P. II. headuuar-
aid that the Iruit business
Columbia is proving
set  to the Canadian I'
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EAST MWItNAV HAMS DK. kl.U
The Announcement that Mr. tialUtiev
Is to retire as member oi tbe bouse
of commuus tor this district, has
laterally aroused considerable speculation as to thv individual uhu will
»e tbe Liberal candidate to succeed
tim. Jn West Kootenay Air. Dean,
if ihe Kelson -Sews, S, S. Taylor, of
Velson, Judge Forin and J. A. Mac-
fctuld, leader ol the opposition, have
*li been mentioned as probable candidates, lt has txvn positively siatw,
lowever, that Mr. Macdonald will not
•ii-pt the ut.>imnatit*u,      lhe     other
jeni lethed    named are all good   men
' I. enjoy tbe confidence of the
people oi tins electoral district. Dut
tfiere is a strong 1i_v1i_j^ that the
tuminaUun should come to Last Koo-
•COay ihis time, and the sentiment,
Aroughout this portion oi the district "i*> absolutely unanimous in favor
ll Dt. J, H. King, tbe present member of the provincial house for tms
tilting. What Dr. King will do in
lase tbe nomination is ic-adered lam,
Ibe Herald is not advised, hut this
)*\*r wiU s*y Uiat there is not it
iiaii in the entire district who can
nu^e a stronger run ior the Domiu-
nn house than Dr. King, he pos-
lesses that peculiar personal popularly ;.bat wins votes, ht has the at»U-
.ty to make gu-jd in any position
flut he holds, his integrity is unquestioned iw what is more, if tht.re
»re any honors to he conlerred to
my Liberal in this Dominion district
or work performed, it is coming to
jr. King. East Kootenay a ill m-
jolid for his candidacy, and throughout every portion of the district, the
loctor, will bave enthusiastic friends
tho will insist upon his nomination
kt" tne convention. The Herald
aould t* pleased to support tbe doc-
fcr in the coming contest to tne
imit, but as yet he has given no in-
br mat ion as to what he would do in
tase the convention would demand
fcat he stand for tbe Literal nomination. The Herald, as well as the
people of the district, appreciate the
aft that his nomination means a
liberal successor to Mr.. Galliher.
line;
the systei
ters tt is
In Hri lis)
valual.l.'
fie
. K. OF I'. HALL
the KiHghta ol 1'vthias will Rive
their annual hall wi next Monday.
Brr.ii preparations are bmna made
by the KniRhls and il a ill ho their
Rideavor to make their ball one id
lhe best Hint has ever been jrtVCtl ll
Crftnbrqok, Tho ball will be hei.
iu the new opera house
MR- KOSS EXPLAINS
I few weeks ago the Herald com-
centcd upon a speech made by W.
K. Itoss, M.P.P., regarding the ronds
In the Cranbrook district, in wbicii
lhat gentleman made some comments,
Vi reported in a number of papers,
tfiat seemed to a number of people
lo rfflpct upon the memory of the
late Colonel Raker. Mr. Ross has
fatten the Herald, stating that if
Ihere mas a report of a speech made
iv him that contained anything tliat *
fould directly or indirectly reflect
Ipon the late Mr. Baker, it was a
tiistakc, as at no time had be ever
laid anything on the floor of the
■Imise that could lie so construed.
He further states that the late Mr.
Baker bad bren a kind friend of his
iuring the -early days when he needed
in appreciative friend, and that he
rouw be the last man to say anything except in praise of the ureal
fork performed by Colonel Baker i"r
this district. Thc Herald is pleased
in make this statement, and is glad
lo f(ive Mr. Ross the opportunity to
tiake the correction, as this pajier
las no desire to misrepresent any m-
4i vidua I.
♦
WISE LEE
The County of Bruce has sent many
stalwart sons to the west, most of
whom bave done their Ontario home
hiv,h honor. Financial success is the
lot of the man from Bruce, (or the
Mood of Scotland flows evenly
through bis veins and enables him to
hold his own and sometimes a little
moTe. lt was related hy a former
Hruce man who has found Vancouver
a Pacific paradise that he noticed a
laundry sign, *'Lce Bruce," swinging
across a Vancouver street. "What's
that for?" he demanded ol the
Oriental. "Me Irom Bruce," re-
piled the smiling Lee. "The dickens
you ant," replied the Ontario settler,
who straightway demanded the obliteration ol the honored name.—Canadian Courier. I'HE   I IIAVItliOOK    IH.liAI.ll
ll
A Constant State of War.
To successfully combat .lie germ. "I *'»" and »itW«,
which llie slmoipheie i» lull, you need winching more '
oiciuury (ood.     A daily  tup ul '
rxba sltcngili and vitality lo enable
any attack.
Keep " BOVRIL" ill lbe liouie.
GOVERNEMENT GRAFT
AT PRINCE RUPERT
(Prince Uupert Empire.)
There arc easily a thousand people
BOVRIL" will give ih.
you lo .uccesslully loisl
The Empire stood hy thc people in
demanding thai tticir interests >u
Prince uupert townsite be protected
by the ..Icliridc government wiion
dealing with the vii-ud Trunk Pacini*
raiiway. li now stands uy Un
people ia   demanding   that the
in British Columbia looking forward arllle government gi.e the people a
ta the day when lots in the tow-nsitc w-uwe u_al ,„ st,lulll, Ull. lots aval Prince Uupert will he sold, rhcaeUu,mt hum tlie U.t'.i'. at 1'iiiae Unpeople luTa-no faith in the Orund L^n. And Uie ouly square deal thai
Trunk Pacilic Railway managers, hut _, people as,, im
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HUD OWCI. TOKlM'IU
». t. VALUE, PrssUsst
ALEX. . *tQiy Qsasisl Maasfti
*. a. WELASl), Sap.nnt.a4.at al
Branches
ifl.ei ishu, imi
Twid up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
lnnci.es Uiruuehuut Canada, and Id thc United States and Batumi
A  GENERAL HANKING BUSINKSS   IKANSACIUl
OOMMSNCIAl. AMU PAOMW >*«« m»COUIlTlOt
had placed their     laiih iu the Laud
Act ni the province in which      they
live, tor    they   uuderstaud its provisions, nnd understand that under oue
ot tlie provisions they  would have   a
chance to Inn a lot at public auction.
Um these   people will be disappointed, fur the government lnts in l*rince
! Rupert    townsite,   so it is repoti
Uro to lie sold, uot at public aUoU-
but privately by U,  I). Hand aud
1. Wilson, two real estate speculators
twin* make iheir headquarters m Van
ji'ouver.
The I..nul   Vet ni the province      u
lUntihli    I'olumliia   provides    fi
'sale oi town or    city lots.    Section
jH.s of the acl reads: "It stall be
'ful tor lbe ehiet commissioner
'lands and works to provide foi tbe
'sale of town or   city lota bcloiiftlnu
'to lhe eruttll    AT     I'llll-lt' Al O-
•TION, and   in livery   case *\n upset
"price shall be placed upon all   sucli
'lots So pul  up for sale, aud in case
SAVINGS HANK
DEPARTMENT
and Interest allowed at
Dcmmitft «t ** »■»* uimarda re«-eivedt
•orient rates.    The J.p»*iH.r la aubWct to uo defy wh»t.v«r U
Um withdrawal ol tht whoU or auy portiou of tha dtp.**
'any nl such lots are uot sold
it'll auction sale, they may
lerwards sold at  private sale
me carrying oui
by the Aicimde government oi a
piaiu   provision of tiie uuid       Act,
abllli savs thai tue government luwu
lots shun be sold at public .nieiiou
6tirei) lor tinting th.s sum), ine cm
pire cannot well lie classed as au organ oi uie Socialist or Aiiaiemsi element, tir t.i t,i. opputiciits ul ine
conservative patty, ll is a stand
lhat every Conservative paper in tue
pi mi nee should taut*, bul it is one
Itiai not one oi Hum will tnltU.
llie people oi im- nortli loos to Ur.
Henry    hissen   \uuiig,  1.1..0., provincial secretary, when Lliey icquiiu  tne
ul .1 member ui the gov-
riit> know be 11 inters lands
"   uieir needs,  mroiigii Imving lived   in
*"   lbe  noi th.       Ibe\   htlott   lie  is buiicM
and that lie lias an independence uiai
wnl not   subordinate uscll in       me
uomini-ering    greed   ul    Vancouver's
political Iroo-buoters,     who   iiiiagiiie
every   dislriel   in ine proviiico      is
theirs to In' despoiled at  ft HI.     The
lbe people        ul
illstricl  i.> wlllcll
ior inisi
llu'|giKld olllc
crnmeni
J time bas    eon fa
■"■' jstiei'ii.t district,.
* priei-.
worked
I\els.>h
'more 1
hold at
..people   are lousing    low an
less Mun   such upwt.JJS opportunities foi  Innd
,   , ,.,  on which
hat is the law and it has ,u SM'U    ,„ „,„„, tneiiiselvcs hear.,
well In selling town lots    in „,„ as *^iUe.\ partisans, mu as ui-
 •   -.;"••-""«., t-m* where iepemel\, residents ,„ ,„, ,luUi,,
i.ui a thousand lots bave lieen
CRESTON   FRUIT   LANDS
lu ACHES, adjoining tl.i! Imniaite of Ore
20
ton, p.-r .*
At'UKS.
Oroslon.
within linlf-niilt* ..I'   iln*   I..wii i.f
|ior Hill*.;
i'i -YOKES,
Hi ACRE  BLOCKS
lib*    II..llll   r.f    (.'I'Ostllll,
onml .. .
I'osl   Hill   lliwil
per Here
$150
$75
$125
$125
.'ASH  .Hi  I.N  TI'.ILMS
ski*:
BEALE & ELWELL
LOCAL AGENTS
CllANBROOK, I'...'
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Wholesale Denier in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
Wc make a specialty uf giving prompt
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.-.I io:
a great luai.y Ihlilj-H, u
1 we simply waul In iinpi
iill llie lin'.-. 11 le.l  in u
■I woiil.l Iill a
• la.-l lhat „in
• IIII.I    IIMlllllv
j: ii/£^:3 pi l-'i
11 JOOils ili-liveie.1 pro io   '.
orders snllcilcil.
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I'IIONI:
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AH.'ISIkON.i !
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for all purpose*.
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The Home of Up-to-Date Tailoring j;
In sprint! Nature orentix anew in* Hold and forest,
Wlml mnm fitting tlnio lo discard tlie sombre ilress nf
wii,tor nnil nrniy oneself in clothes which fittingly
rollout iiu- joy of life outdoors under sunny skies.
Vour careful review of uur spring exhibit will suggest
nu appropriate selection.
Leask Cfi, Henderson ii
THK   ri'Tn-liATK   TAILORS
liiieient i.mes. Then why
is 11 it. be made inoperative to sell
less than one thousand lots in lbe
townsite ot I'riiice Kupcri?
The tender will ask: How can 0.1).
Hand ami (i. 1. Wilson, ut Vancouver,
sell governments lots nt Prince liu-
' perl  In    private treaty  when        tbe
I Land Act says towu lots shall      be
'sold .11    public auction
'is embodied iu section A ol an acl re-
spectlng tbe Grand Trunk Pacilic
railway. Section 3 reads as follows: "Notwithstanding anything
"contained in the Laud Act, it shall
"be lawful ior the lieuteuaiu-gover-
"nor iu euimcl. to sell, in any way
"he ma> deem most conducive' to the
•'Interests t.i the province, the lots
"or blocks, ur any portion oi the
"lots or blocks, that will iail to tbe
crown" in Prince     Unpen townsite.
■ The government, so it is reported,
has decided tbat it wiill be most con-
jduclve to the interests of the province to let C. 1). Hand aud U. i.
Wilson sell, hy private treaty, the
miveruinent's share 01 tne town' lnts
..t Prince Uupert,
I Tlie reailer will neit ask: Can not
public opinion be aroused against
sueh a nianiiestl) open way of allowing "graft" to be handed out to political and ulher favorites ol individual members of the government
■ Vancouver? The answer to that
question is: "No!" hvery Conservative member of the legislature and
every Conservative newspaper in the
province i.s so dominated by one member of the governmenl that they are.
afraid to make a protest either iu
private or in print. There is but.
one way to arouse public opinion,
that     is, to call 011 Finance Minister
.Tatlow nnd Commissioner of Lands
and Works Fulton and Provincial
Secretary Young to go on reeuni as
I opposed 10 selling lots at Prim* Ru-
!pert by nny other way than by public
I unci ion. These three miuisters
should hnve the support ul president
of the council, F. Carter-Cotton.
.'Four is a dear majority of the executive council, and if they have the
'hacking ol an aroused public opinion
they will do thrir whole duty.
Hul- ask such men as Harry par
sons, AI.P.P. 01 Golden, or W. It.
Koss, w.l'.p. ot Fernie, or Neil Mui-
Ivay, AI.P.P. of Kaslo, or .1. II. Sel...
field, AI.P.P. of Trail, or William
Hunter, AI.P.P. of Silverton, or
Thomas Tavlor, AI.P.P. uf Ucvel-
•toke, or I.." W. Sliatford, Al.p.p. of
FaiivifW, or Priee F.llisoii, iM.P.P.
id Vernon, or .Mr. Mansoii, Ai.p.i*.
of Mission, or Thomas Cn. id, M.i1,
P. ol New Westminster, or .fames F.
Garden, M.P.P. of Vancouver, or Ur.
McGuire, AI.P.P. ol Vancouver, or
A. H. II. Maegowau, M.P.P. of \U-
efltlver, 01 11. li. Thomson, .M.P.P. of
Victoria, or Mr. Davie, AI.P.P. of
Victoria, or W. II. Haywood, 11.P.
P. of Cowiclmn, or A. ti. McPbillips,
M.P.P. pf Salt Spring Wand, or
Hubert Grant, AI.P.P. of Cumberland
if they intend, individually or collectively, to protest against the
abrogation of a wise provision of the
Land Act in order to allow political
[favorites and soldiers of fortune to
'make a "killing," ami what answer
[will you get? The answer, in every
instance, will be "No! we can't 01-
llord to antagoni/.e any one who ilis-
jpenses Roverumeiit patronage!"
1 The reader will then ask; Has Hritish Columbia a press wholly without.
Independence? Ask the Victoria
Colonist, ihe Vancouver Province, the
New Westminster Columbian, the
Kamloops Standard, the Vernon
News, the Nelson Canadian, ihe
I Cranbrook Prospector, and put
their answers carefully awav in youi
family  bible.
There was a lime in British Colum-
fci.i when the people themselves woulil
bold mectlngH an.l protest aga nst
mnnItest!) unfair actions that a government oi the day might take. Hut
J tlial was when the people were not
■afi'iiiil ot managers <>[ tfnpot corpora
lions, wlio of late years luve tiecomo
nil-powerful in every town oi any Blzn
!in the province. There is not today,
a single liiiKiness man iu any town in
Kootcwi) who d.irrs antagonize the
[C. P. H. ur the small corporations
hinder ils dominion, so it is almost
.-impossible lo create or arouse public
opinion thai when once aroused would
ibe effective. Meetings arc held iii
miners' union balls, that are attended
by workingmen; but workingmen are
[not considered bv the men who*
|"iranie up" political deals in this
province, and no attention ts paid to
any protests ihey may make. Work-
lingineu can be depended on to taU
I loud between elections, and on elec-
tlon day vote "Conservative" or
"Liberal," just ns their father's vot.
ed before them.
I The reader will finally ask: How
[will 1 be ahle to get. a lot in the
i townsite of Prince Rupert without,
heing "bled" in the interest ot
inside ring made ol Vancouver's political waiters? The answer is; Ask
IL G, Tatlow, K. J. Fultou and llr.
I Henry Ksson Young, LL.U., who for
the present reside in Victoria aud
hme offices in the parliament build
- ing. It will ho useless to ask any
Ise, (or you would ouly tie  told
to senii-
not as polilieal |.
dependent resldunl
questions thai aiket  the weilare
tbe dislriel.       To ihal em. a public
meeting should be held at Prince Itu-
pett to   protest, ihruiigli Ur- Henry
Ksson  Young,   1.1..D.,  provincial sec-
irlaiy, against the abrogation by the
government 01 a wise pruvisum 1.1 ine
LaiyJ Act iu older that political freebooters in     V uncoil ver  shall make a
["killing" in selling Ij\  private treaty
« ?? *"?Wl*rI*<»*» >"' Pnnce Rupert thai should be
'  ""   sold at public auction.
l'l IF
THIRD KIRK
k has one fire
more wil-luu a
Saturday    la.sl
lire was dlscuv
:.    ti. Murtit's
hero are.
shot 1
shortl)
resldcnci
if Craniiti.
always   i\n
time.      ou
alter noon,
the roof ..f
to the east of tbe school buildings,
The alarm cme in by telephone and
despite tin- fact that when ihe belt
rang, .1. w. Foster, tho driver fur the
lire department, was at his lunch in
one of the hotels, a wonderfully ij-uicit
turn out was made and the brigade
made one of the besl runs they ever
made. In .spite of the high wind
that was blowing, the lire was gotten
under conttul in a wonderfully short
space t.i t.ime and only a small
amount of damage was done to the
tool. A great many remarks were
passed as io the elllciciic)' of the tire
department ami as ... .',•< ai.mmut
way iu which Driver Foster handled
his horses. Jack Davis showed a
great deal ol presence ol mind in
coupling his hose lo the hydrant. He
had no spanner su he I00K a stone
and got thc cap oil and was ready to
turn on the water the moment it was
wanted. Air. C. ti. Morlil has requested lbe Herald tu express his
thanks to tbe members 01 the lire
brigade for the ven prompt service
rendered.
ANOTHKH LINK     TIIHOI till H.C.
Blunt real, April  III,—The   Canadian
pacific i.s   un 11 u est i una bly considering
.it    building oi   a second line across
1. of Hritish Columbia with
THE SAW MILLS ARE ACTIVE
MOST OK TIIK MILLS ARK OPtiN-
ING UP FOR THR SKASON.
Things are distinctly looking      up,
in the lumbering   and saw mill bust-;
ness and a good deal of activity    is
being shown along these lines.      Tho.
Lumher Mills, Limited, besides having
their saw mills running, arc running
their planing mill and up-to-dato sash
and door factory to their fullest ca-j
pacity.     The new modern dry    kiln
belonging to this company unit loeat-
rd at the planing mill, will he       in
operation within a few days.    It    is
the most up-tiwtate kiln iu thu inter-1
lot, everything connected with it   he-,
hit-; of Hie very latest make.       It is,
lll'ii feet  by -U feet   iu size and       it
lakes three miles of steam pipe     to
tr.it  it.     The King .Mills will      uso
loth iug but kiln dried lumber       lor.
then sash and door work in tbe    fu-<
lmi' and are in a position to maiiu-
Incline anything that can be       made
Out  of wood.
I'he Fast Kootenay Lumber eompnny are running their Ryan mill'
Hid the planing mill at Jaltray, bc-|
tides Ihey are getting out large- (pian-
titics of ties, piling and posts. A.[
Leitvb, the manager, says Mut eveiy-,
thing looks live a ftood xumuiei.
The Norlh Star mill at this point
is running and turning out lot^ ol
lumber. I
The standard Lmnhi't company's
null is also running, as is also lbe
ll.ikei Lumber company's mill at
Waldo. j
The Otis Staples Lumber com-
|).n>> have begun tlieii summer cam-,
psign of sawing al the Wyclipe mills.,
The Porto Rico mill al Movie has
Opened up and so has tlie Wattsburg
mill. . I
At Wardner the Crows Nest Pass
Lumber company started sawing on
Saturday lasl and will soon be working 120 men. j
The saw mills of Lhe district, ; 1-
Ihough ihe actual demand for lumlier
will not be known until the harvest
011 lhc prairie is safe, are doing their
best lo employ all the labor they
tan ami whilst Ihey ean employ most
Of the labor that is available iu the
iislrict.
Imperial Bank of Canada!:
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4,925,000
Savings Bank Department
Int.res. allowed on Deposits Irom d.ite of deposit
.md CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrouk Branch. J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. | >
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M.111
Poll
liy An A., ,,1,-nl *n,l SI, lu.css
It
policy
tin' iii.iii  who thinks Ik- cun'l iilinril a
tt Im enn If 11 iilhinl to ilo without one.
ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
th.- prov
a tcrmii
northern
inrgi
hul.
Also
lots
WUII
bun
d.
Hardy Hny,
of Vuiicouvcr Is
.ten ai Hardy Hay bas
bonded hy an uiilriiowi
hoi 11 s"in,uuu ivorili ot
have been plueeil under
in. definite inlormatioi
iM-11 as t.i who is behiii
Un- general idea is that
■ar Uie
anil.  A
I'Cently
pari)".
water
bond.
has
this
nnd in 11   Pacit
the ultimate id
line across   lhe
peg via Snskal
Hard) Hav.
1', R. lino I
the
Ca-
negotinting with
it running another
vinco lioiii Winiii-
nul Wetnskiwtii to
For some time the   C.
Vancouver has been tax-
pin
ed to iis
liaudle the
tood thu
round   fo
line.
utmost all the lime       to
trallic    and il is under-
tht* rond has been easting
i'   some time lor a   second
I.KTHHIIIIIGK
Lethbridge Herald: Lasl nighl the
h. OK L. K. ANU 13, OlUiANi/.K i.N
iln-I herb....il of Loioiuutiie Kiteineii
und tinginccrs organized. G. K.
Walk, member of lbe grand executive
board of the U. of L. K. and K. and
general chairman of the organization
•it the Canadian Pacific Railway system, was present, as organizer. Tho
membership enrolled totalled thirty
and the lodge is called Alberln Lodge
-No. 735.
I'll*, olllcers elected were:
Blaster—G. K. Hillow.
Vice-Master—li. Francis.
Pnst Master-.). P. .lames.
Secretary—.1.  II. MeGarve...
Col ire tor—K. K. Sumiier.
Treat..—.1. Hiiiliau.
MOVIK A GOOD TOWN
Greenwood
lie a good I*
local paper '
mess of tit.11
Kmyth is t
rancher to
with a hag
pleasant ti
•ditor does
fund.
Ledge: Movie seems to
.wn. The editor ol the
■/as presented with a
the oilier day. Kreti
ov> waiting for some
iv.*!k in from Cranbiook
1 turnips,    it must   he
KIPLING ON THK DKKKNCK
Toronto Star: In lhe fourth oi his
''Letters 10 the Katnily," Rudyuid
Kipling makes a good point against
those who obicct to tiuglisb immigrants as a class. Kirst, he notes
that tbe old countryman's propensity
to "rumble is what makes for civilization. He is quite right there, and
he passes on to discuss the nueer mixture of foreign races which we have
been admitting of late years, and
trvlng to assimilate. These, he admits." we have taken iu hand through
our schools and propose to transform
Iheir children into good Canadians.
Re are always talking of the second
feneration of our Douknahors . and
tessarabiaiis. "Hut think," . says
be, "ol what the stcoiid ^ucration oi
Kiiglish ale." This Ls where he
scores. The very morrow aud back-
lone of Canada is of old country origin. Arrivals from Great Britain rr*
gulrc some time to lit into tho ways
of a new country, but. it is always to
be remembered that as settlers thi'
British are the salt of thu earth.
I'hey may have peculiarities, and
I'line are failures, hut, taken all is
lit, the breed possesses the character
snd sterling qualities which go to
make a nation worth wliile.
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ilis.rirl llu*
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Ims luui ri-^liii'.'ii yi-nr's oxporiont-o, nml Ims ln-i-n [
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iniiii* iiiiuli* iiiuiii*!*, fn.111 II 11.n1. to 2 p.m.,
.-.uiiiiiii.iliiii' llu- business meu.
till*: SISTKRS    ARE ORATEFUt.
Tin. lollowlng i.s a translation ot u
letter written by Hie Sisters ol the
St. Knnvri,- tios'iiliil to J. Briu, the
mnnuger ol .tie Kilisi.it thtiitre. 'I'lie
urigiiial was written iu French:
Bear Sir: Needless to say tbat tin*
Sisters of lhe St. Kugene hospital
wen- most agreeably surprised wilh
your generous contribution, being thu
proceeds of the Mission May moving
pictures Ior the beuebt ol the hospital ou Sunday evening, April 4th. We
»ic very gratclut tu you Ior your kind
ottering which is Indeed more than
•lipii-cintc.1. It is our earnest prayer that Ood may shower upon you
and vours all sorts ol blessings ami
that'the reward ol your generosity
may be partly granted on this earth,
awaiting a higher reward Ior you in
heaven, Ior such a rewanl awaits
those who serve their Divine Master
through thc channels oi charily
Again wc wish you to accept our
most .sincere aud heartfelt thanks and
also desire to impress upon you the
everlasting gratitude ol the Sisters ol
St. Kugene hospital.
Sisier M. Frederic.
Superior.
Crnnbrook, II. t'.., April 9, lHdg
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X. Tlu- liesl I- None too (iood tor Our Patrons
CENTRAL HOTEL
J. TkDERniD, Prop'r
Wardner - - B. C.
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HILLCREST!
THE
FROST INVESTMENT CO.
Dealers in
Farm Lands
Caretully nctcotoil tracts ol bolli wild
anil improved lands al attractive
prices nml easy termB.
Fruit Lands
ate .wiling the best live and
nfii* irrigated tracts in II.
Hi*
].iiiii.1
lowu where th,-
nve In pay Ior brain
RliC'OKD TRIP
Medicine Ilni News: Thc Uversc
mad,- a record nip on Monday last
between Calgary and Medicine Hat.
Engineer Scotty Urmlston, with eu-
vim- 1182 pulled lhe Flyer to the
Ilat in three hours and seventeen
minutes, which is au average of
miles nu hour.
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to g.i to Vancouver and ask the
credited selling agents ol the
eminent lots at Prince Rupert.
ac-
KOV-
Nli CUT IN WAGES
A despntcli Irom Mun.real headquarters denies the report that the
CP.R. is considering a ten per cent
wage reduction. A leading olliclnl
slates that the dividends would be
lediicfd belore a wage cut would be
cons-i.lered.
l.KTIIl.l'JIiilK (IRO.WINCI
I son was limn to Mr. and Mrs.
*!. A. Buchanan on April 9th. Mr.
■Buchanan Is the   editor ol the 1-e.h-
■Hidge Daily Herald.
ten
C. Hood
soil, lr-.fi land, lii-.iutif.il scenery,
and good location. Croud...nor
piicrs. Also large tracts suitable
lot subdividing. Kasity Irrigated,
Cull for list,
Timber
l.i.lb largo anil small tracts. Kxct-l-
lent timber, and on goud driving
si reams. Rock Istttom prices. ...u
run ail'iiril to invest iu these.
Fire Insurance
We alii now representing some ot Ilif
very best and strongest lire Insurance
companies, ones that have been tried
and found cottUagration proof. Vour
home and husiness should he well
protected.
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Hadst thou been in Qeth-semane
1   That (Iml,some night and drear,
When Christ the bitter chalise drained
I   With none to comfort near.
When all ihe crimes ol sinful men
|   His euji tiiifd to the brim,
And trickling fell the sweat ol blond
Wouldst   thou have    watched with
him?
All agony that heart ean bear,
All sorrow earth hath known,
Hf suffered in that cruel hour,
And sufft-Tcd it—alone.
The comfort that, the angels brought
Had  rapture been from thee.
Oh, bear His cry ol wounded love:
"Wait watch one liolir with me?"
His- heart is calling io thee still,
Canst thou resist its power.
Oh, llOW before His lonely shrine
Tn watch wilh bim ono hour!
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Headquarters for
Lumbermen
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THE  PROVINCE Hi
CHRIST is RISEN
The   Sunday concluding the Lenten
season, called  Kaster Sunday,     whn
compared with thr rank and file
uf    lhe yenr. is like a general who   ride
1 *4    amid the plaudits of hit) army,     tin
symbol of victory ou his helm.
As Mount ltl.uu rises among the
lesser Alps, piercing iht- clouds Willi
ilN sheen ot weird and mystic beauty.
mo towers this dav above al) other
days, bearing on lis front u shniiti-
caiice more profound ami a splendor
more transcendent.
On Oood Friday the shadow oi
death, horizons wide, covered the
heavens from view. So o'ercloudc
was the earth that the grief and loss
wero alone in sight. The life ol tlio
Nazarene, a life of self-sacrifice lor
tlie people's sake, had ended in the
martyr's doom. He was born of a
race tliat has never ceased to excite
the admiral ion of tbe historical
critic. He followed in tho (ootRtopi
of the earlier prophets, hut was st
much more far-seeing aad autocratic
that His claim to be the Sod of (Hul
was acknowledged with hosanivas
wben He entered Jerusalem
triumph. Rut His career was ah.
ruptly brought to a dOM and llis
I body laid in the tomb.
Ttwt   giim      tyrant,      Death,    who
rules mortality with relentless swav,
and drives young and old alike, disdaining all favoritism, into the
gloom of the hereafter, had demand-
led and accepted His surrender. Krom
| that Friday afternoon until the third
morning thereafter, when the sun
| row above the hilltops of the .ludean
landscape, His disciples were brokenhearted, and the prophecy that. He
[would rise again was regarded as the
-figment of .-n enthusiast's fancy.
They were drowned In the rising tide
of their unspeakable disappointment
and chagrin. The King had succumb
jed and apparently contradicted His
own glowing words of promise.
There was nothing left but to return
to their humble vocations and forget
their hopes and dreams as best they
coo Id.
But the third morning came, and
witb it the most astonishing occurrence that ever stirred the pulse. The
tomb was empty! Death had been
robbed of his victory! (Irim Death,
wbo claimed all, bad surrendered to
a mightier than himself!
With that empty tomb iu view, im
mortality became a radiant fact.
Hearts stood still in unutterable
ama/emeut aud eyes unused to tears
were drenched in brine. The doors
ol another world swung wide on
their golden hinges and a new and
higher motive throbbed in the bosom
».( thc race.
Sinee then a larger faith, like   an
anchor, has held nur vessel  in       the
storm.     As Lowell sings:
And when over breakers to leeward
The tattered surges are hurled,
lt  will keep our head to the tempest
With its grip on the base of     the
world.
Another life assured when tbis one
is spent changes men into gods.
Since there are numberless other
horizons when Ihe soul in its journey
has passed the boundary line of time,
v,* count all present joys as mere
buds whieh shall hbssom and bear
ripened Iruit in some distant clime.
If the resurrection he a falsehood,
il is lhe most, blessed untruth1 thnt
was ever vouchsafed  to num.
From lhat falsehood is fashioned by
the cunning hand of smiles and sorrows the manliest character, ennobled
hy the loftiest aims which philosophy
ean conceive or rhetoric portray.
lf the resurrection be a fact, the
very mountains, which crumble with
the ages, are moved to envy of thc
high estate of humanity.
The earth Itself shall grow feeble
with time, and Iail at last into tlw
air like a handful ol dust, but lb
spirit ot man, unditnmed by passing
aeons, .shall live forever in thc
"house not made with hands."
Raster Sunday, then, allows us the
sacred privilege'of planting llnwers on
the graves ol dear ones.; of submitting
with' calm resignation to the ordeal
ol separation: ol gazing through
hopeful tears into the infinite spaces
ol (iod's universe iu the firm anil immeasurable conviction that whae
seems the end is but the beginning,
and that parting is only the prelude
to reunion.
SOME EASTER FLOWERS
Easter day, the glory ot the Christian year, is essentially a (east ot
llowers. Highest among them is the
lily ot purity, emblem ol the Annunciation to the Maid blessed among
j women, emblem also o! the glorious
'resurrection. Its beauty lies sleep-
ling in thc dormant bulbr, it is tbe
|very prototype ol the mortal which
•hah put oii immortality.
I Every florist's window now shows
a mass of "Easter lilies" a popular
t— vilivnviiSf     uiv*    T    name applied indiscriminately at this
11 season to several differing varieties.
" | While the lily typifies the glories ol
tbe resurrection, passion flowers are a
symhol of the pain and sorrow of the
three great days. £ devout fancy
makes every, part ot the flower emblematic of the Passion; the stigmas
represent the'three nails, the anthers
the five wounds, and the curious rays
ol the earona the crown of thorns;
the ten petals represent thc ten laith-
.   , „   — _. ful apostles, the digitate leaves    the
1 ' hands ul the persecutors, and       tiie
curling   tendrils their   scourges.     It
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THE HERALD, ONLY $2 A  YEAR ta-jaw «$
EASTER WIGS
The custom ol giving eggs as pr
sents about Easter time is ancient,
ami widespread, but its tme origin
is lost in obscurity, in England it
has been revived ot late years, and
the shops at Easier are full ol pret
tiiy dyed ornamental eees ot all descriptions and ol various prices, mnny
ol the more expensive ones Containing
valuable gifts. A basket- or dish ..(
Ircshly boiled and colored mil eggs
placed on the breakfast table un
Easter morning is, however, prefer--
able to imitation eggs, while tin
preparation ol them will (rive pleasure and occupation to the younger
Bern hers ol the family.
% VTCH THE DISTRICT (MOW
Born—At Cranbrook, li. C, o
April 0, 11108, to Mr. and Mis |\ |-
Alison, a son.
papei
lands
" ^ oung is starting .
ibe    Queen Chariot!
& charier has been applied tor ta
inn Id d railroad Irom Prince Itupert
to Port Simpson.
EA.ST       KUOTENAV       l«OOGI
RAILWAY
KOTK'E     OK       MEETING
SHAREHOLDERS
Take notice that lhe first meeting
of the shareholders of the East Kootenay   Logging   Railway    Company
Ail! he held at. the oltiee oi ibe Company .ii Cranhrook, lir-itish Colura-
bin, oii Monday, the 1Mb day of May,
liMJK, al the hour ol ten o'clock in
the forenoon, for tiie election of Di-
rectors, .md the transaction ot other
business connected with pr Incident
to the undertaking.
Daled at Cranbrook, H. (\, this
Ullh dav of April, IMIK.
Archibald U-ncli,
W. K. Gurd,
i-5t Provisional Directors.
.1.   W.   KITLED-RE
VETfrXINAKV SIMEON
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
College,Toronto, in isns.
Graduate ami Medallist of
MeKlllip's Veterinary College,
Chicago, in I'.Hill.
Nine    years'    experience    iu
Veterinary practice in Manitoba.
Alike nl Cr«.ihr»ok fhiitl.
FREE MAP
OF
British  Columbia
Fruit Districts
Together will, photo^rapha
iitul information about mill}
water BitppU *. traii8|ioi*ttitioiij
markets; print's of frails;
vifii'tal.l.'s: poultry anil dairy
products, just published for
llu* protection uf proB|»'.tivo'
settlers ami Innd buyers in
Hritish Columbia, to ivltotn
it is a necessity. This vain-
iible work will be sent to
i,mi absolutely free of all
I'liarges while lhe supply
lasts. Send us your name
mul address lo-dny
KOOTENAY ORCHAKD ASS'N
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D.liler In
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BUVER OP   PURS
Furniture ..i ..II Kiiuls, l>..tli
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Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
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SHOE SHOP
llepairinn a Specialty
Aikens Bloi-k, Cranbrook
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promptly t. order.
THAT IS WERDEN
lb- maltPB a n|ipi'lalti "■ all kiu-in
TRANSFER BUSINESS
AND MOVINO PIANOS
It vi.ll Willi! vi.ul* Furniture ntovpd
unfl'lv, vnu liu.l I...II.I full up
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ll vMH.ks THK i:i:<T in*' chai.
Ainu ilolivom SI'iiAit .Iii* i-llroiii
tlit-ii-tlni-rv llii*>il*-li il.-whulp-
hiiI,.) pin to tin- i-'t'iy
rrmli.
TKI.Kl'llHNK fi
Ollli'f in OanbrooK Hotvl Blook
W. E. WORDEN
Upton
going   in
lame sea
ll.ilnian.
tobacco
i  Kelowi
growing
The Nicola mini's of the Bin
country will employ about n-
this summer.
Dei:
men
Hazolton has three hotels and seven
It ores.
The Bank of Montreal will build a
block iit  Knderhy.
Sum [norland ia to have a newapap*
r .1. M HohiiiKon will be lhe
ditor.
The
are to
ion mines on Qttntslnn
be developed
Thirty years ago gold waa panned
on l-'i ml lay river.
M. A. Henderson has leaned the
iron Unite mine at Kossland.
A new Methodist church is to be
omit in Nelson costing S.t.i.iH.u.
I'hu winter mail service in the Ilulk-
icy valley has been very bad and  the
ittlers are complaining.
A pack train will bo run this .summer from Hazel ton to Alder mere.
George McKcnzic will lie in charge ul
tt,
Tlm Grodnwood-Phoenix syndicate
having a working bond on the hi. 1'.
near Greenwood, is now in about
ttiii leet iu the long uml deep uiuuei
Ihey have been driving lot in
mouths.
At the annual meeting of the Hall
Mines i. ompany, Ltd., m Nelson, re
ecntiy, it was shown thut during tne
eighteen mouths ui operation of their
properties the Silver iwng aud the
Kmma showed a ptoiit of -*-ill,uuu, tun
the balance was transferred to the
ivrong side by mismanagement at the
imetter.
ft. Murdoch has made the last shipment ol cattle lor the season from
Ihe Perry ranch, near Aslicruii, maKing a total ior the year of over a,Uuti
bead. All of these cattle, the pi open y ol the Western Camiaian ltancii-
ing company,   came from the   Gang
inch and have been shipped to the
. . Market company,  Vancouver.
A   company     has   bought   the hot
springs at   A ins worth aud will build
sanitarium there.
A movement Ih on loot to form a
in lot. ol thc various board.*; ol trade
In the (ikanagan.
A new Methodist church will he
ouilt in Vancouver, costing >1UI),0IJU.
Wolves are very aggressive in the
vicinity of l.'layoquot. One recently
■tilled a four-year-old cow.
Peter Verigin, one ol the leaders ol
the Doukhobours, was in the Koote-
ays last week endeavoring to at-
uiige lor timber limits on which to
erect saw mills to supply lumber to
bis compatriots.
The fluke ol Westminster will hunt
In the Canadian ltoiiv mountains this
ali. The Duke ol Westminster is
laid to be tho richest man in England, owning 500 acres in the heart
London.
The degree of doctor ol divinity has
been conferred upon Kev. John McKay, the principal of the British
Columbia Preshytcriau college, by
the Presbyterian college in Montreal.
An Indian doctor, Tom by name,
who bas been treating people in thc
Nicola valley, has been returning thc
lees charged to his patients by order
of the court.
According to the new city directory
Nelson fans a population of 6,000.
George T. Kane baa lost tbe name
of Prince Uupert for bis townsito on
tbe Skeena river, the government
holding that it was unfair to take a
same tbat he knew the Grand Trunk
Pacilic were going to use, although it
sras not registered.
In Kossland the police made ft*
arrests in March and collected j:ii0
in tines.
| Exclusive Agent, Cranbrook: G. T. ROGERS
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The Toronto T*H«gram is ie-
wnslhle Ior the statement that -I
. Hill has sow a controlling interest
tn tlie Crows Nest Pass Coal     com*
P»ny- 	
t'lui'f Justice Hunter has dcclaieil
that the order-.n-counCI making o
close season for trout Is ultra vires
A gasoline hoist has been installed
at the Little Herttm mine near
Oreen wool..
Over a million Iruit trees will tie
planted in British Columbia this1
fear
WHIPPED JIMMY DR1TT
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\ QUEEN'S HOTEL
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CALGARY,  ALBERTA
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Plus Hotel lias always boon theloadui
in its line, and will ho kept up to.tlie
standard. 11 you want to meet lh>*
peoplo,' come to the Queen's Hotel.
Queen's Hotel, Calgary "
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HOTEL 5T. FRANCIS
Chas  Habtnev, Proprietor.
(!or, Seymour ami Cordova Sts.
Opposte C, I' 1!. Station
Vancouver, B. C.
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1 Canadian Hotel 1
One of the pioneer hotels of Cran- gj
brook.   Warm rooms, good meals gj
and a bar stocked with the best Q
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| Joseph Brault, Proprietor 1
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT A CO.. Proprletori
CRANBROOK
B. C.
This is the hotel tbat tbey talk about.
Who are " lliey" .
The people.
Why do "they" talk V
On account of the (rood ineal;', tl.f comfortable rooms, ll.e excellent service, nml the cordial, cmirteouit treatment accorded to all. Kata
meal at the Wentworth and you become a Wentworth booster,   Try it.
MiKS&HHSIHii
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THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
C. M. VanWormcr, Proprietor.
HANSON AVK - - • CRANBROOK
Horses, stoves, new and st-cund
hand tinaitiiri*, stoves, tinware,
crockery, gl.ea.ware, anything nn.l
everything Irom a white elephant to
a while niou.se.
' You'll lie surprisod how tat your
dollar will stretch al our si..re Come
and ti.i/.e upuu tls and our sleek,
it will save ymi money ami put .1
smile i.n your faee.
Kan Francisco, April 11.—Pack)-
McParland, the Chicago lightweight,
whipped Jimmy Britt in the sixth
round this afternoon in their tn round
pugilistic contest at Colma. Britt
was knocked to the floor three times
In tbe filth and sixth rounds by
powerful hits to the poinl ot tbe
Jaw. He took the count oi nine
twice and alter the time keeper had
counted five on tbe third Iail Hrtit's
lather jumped into tlio ring and waved McParland away. McParland out-
olassed Britt Irom stait to finish.
A short time alter thc fight Britt
said: "I was clearly beaten. This is
the last time 1 will ever boi in a
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THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
.li Rnln.   Tin
uvoi, room
Rates*. S2 00 a day and up.
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p. ui'l I.S, Proprlelo
II 111 KIN", Malinger
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\: Handley Livery and
Feed Stables
TIIK    E.ST IS  NONE  TOO
OOOD  FOR   CRAUBROOK
WE ENDEAVOR TO FURNISH '
TIIE BEST
Rigs, Riding Horses  and
Pack Horses lor any
part ol thc
District
I WE. WANT TO SATISFY YOU
BAXTER  & I.ANGIN
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AWNINGS
All Styles and Colon    Hide on
I Colon
it Nulii*.
A. GRENIER, Maker
Armstrong Ave, Crnnbrook
. CRANBROOK-rtRME
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
resident : T. S. Gun
Secretary: Ombob Asinvunru
! Kor inlorinatioii regarding lamle |
, an<l agriculture apply to the ,
, Secretary, Cranbrook, ll. ('.
Cranbrook
Livery  S
Teams anil drivers furnished fot any
point In Iht district
A. DOVLB, Manager THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
#2.00 A VEAI!
CBAXBUOOK HEBA1.D
a, u,c Hn-.i.t   t'.r,n«i.ii,» Company,
Limited
T1TK   I'Al'KII   THAT   IS   HEAD   BY   TIIK   I'KOIM,
APB1L HI,   lft-08
places piles ol refuse, ashes, potato The Cranbrook board ,,i irade is a
peelings, tin cans, broken crockery „,„,,, lls,.tll| b0(i., |„|t lt ,.u^.. _ubB-
tnd .nb« unspeakable horrors    were .    , .    ,       ,,',.,.
lound, In man) plates the lane has *•'""' "' ""■ lj'uu l'""1 '" Piopcil)
keen used as a 'dumping ground lot maintain n Ihe only compensation
•table refuse. It is titm- this thing t,. he gained by members ol tliis
slopped.     The general healih ol tlie body j., u,.,,  which comes from       a
It
v«p /*+t*+*A*0*\
Killtw and Hanagei.
sense
10*111*1..
tmiaity .leuiauds it
jf-y.d   watt-ins   until      an   epidemic
suite-, ibe tuwn      CLEAN   IT and
DO  IT NOW. If,,.. '
  Sacrifice
ildermaii Willonghliy, ol Sasta* sil the i
ton, lias giveu not ive lhat In* will ihtftglicd
Initodiiee j bylaw requiring iti.it nil Anotbei
transfers ol real property, within tho be ttiecd
a
the
a I
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11 rc
tin*
sell-
The
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CUV,
tlerk
sork
Tin Hotalit Is worth tIB a year, ll .roll.
oosts only It,      N» u>-* '"   Sl";'u! ■>"-- '
Easi Kootenuj van afiord to b« with- ti....l.
out il. ami eveiyoue liviuj outside ol
Uie dislriel, "ho 1" li.tsrwt.ed m tie
srogresa ol tnts «ctiou, sliould read
it     ll publishes lbe news while u is
news    ll i« controlled absolutely hy
tbe publishers,     Nu clique, party   ot
luJIvliiiml ilivU.es   its pulley.       It
Uon'l uy lo plcwe tlm people.    Ill
desire Is io publish a nowspaper that
• oi he a  eriilit lu me Community.
Sei.u in your   subscliplton aiid   you
.ill be ilin.iil.fiil ever afterward.
Advertising rates 11 pur Iw* p>*'
uon.li, no uioie nnd no less.
Heading mallei 15 vents per line
lo non-advertisers; in coats per llns
U ie_iil..r advertiseis.
II you desire io reach the people o.
South Easi Kootenay you must advertise in The Herald,
Thr Herald   has a first-fins',    job
plant, and its work is Ot the befit.
Tbe lleiald don'l waul riality. It
wants a ut|Uiire iliv..l i.n 'your lob
wink. II we can't -.nil you In qual-
Hy and price, kick, and send youi
work to soaie Cheap lohn house Iu
(be east that wwei spwitls a rent in
Cranlirook.
well pert
n.l il.,- it
-iail.,- portion t
quires a great d
I   nilBclfisllllCSS     I.,   alt,
i-littgs and t.. ilo the w.
.. Hie various   <>.intuitw-
lipl.-.tsiinlncss,  thai   lias
Iii members   ul the bun
[clsm which is all too Ir
I III  In   eil t.na liiellltn-i .
null , wit., never,  lllllll I   .
ices it., anything loi a
i.l win. scent
a Clod-given a
crlllelt
tluui.v li.i
eily nnil tltc
.il buanl ui iinile
lubto amount  of   good
nittnity.    The wetghl und
ui public spirit cannot lie
■ven   In   the must        e\
iith'tlt uf ma tlieaiat ies, yet
i cities have lieen founded
rich   and famous.       'I Inboard   ol Iradi- has cJtcel-
I'liamlicTbiu .rum ibv councils ui leal olllcers.    .1. P. M. Pinkham, the
tnplre, painiully reveals lhat the president,    Is   a man   who Is keenly
<\ Iuu
ntlcally
Hi,*
ih.,-.,
tin
ills
.1 ll',
Igggggggg
MORE   IHAN
5,630 a. Month
Tlli. is the   |,ll|
flluli,.!. ui ll.e
Pies,. HVUH ami Rillli-Ol-Ip
lion liele iipeu l>, ii,v,*l*li|'rt-
lion l,y ...Ivsrliseia si say
lime.
'.'tie l.ersl.l gives n ....lis,
in value for s .l.illnriii money.    The ,'t.lvH,lieul ha. the
rigln. to know what lie is
receiving lor t.i»» money.
The .let..11 is .me pajiei*
tliat .-itiiil. iiiieslitigHlion.
registered     wilh the      city is tin*
Tlw object is to simpllty the 1\ ittilul
ot compiling   the   assessment the coin
fills seems to be a good thing Clretiin-vluiiees
nlil he .insl  as good li.i   1'i.in-  body    tliilnsel
is for SasLatin.ii Uhnjl, tlml  the
  'tinii    ll
I,vision ni the provincial   gov- win, un
i   in Khe Vlinh) towards    tla- general
ripens,- ut iiuvlug Canada represented trict
si tlie Olwapic games tit  London   is ,,,   •*,
lomcthllig tliat everybody   will ngrce in nnv  eoi
is all ilarVi.. (dimensions
•  calculated
Tli,. retirement ol Sir Henry Camp- perienced *
IlCU HanliellUall.     OWlUg   .0  Ills      COll- UV   it    grCi
tinned ill-lieal.il. coming as it docs'tnil in.nl.*
with llie continued enforced absence of Cranbrook
Ml.
the    r     -  ,
ranks of brilliant    statesmen      who alive     lo   tin-   wants ut a Western
played such n conspicuous part during city, being    n Western horn himsell
the Vlotorian era are being gradually ail.l.d in wliieli lie is a rustler    and
reduced.     "C.     ...'' as he is alwnv's'has over)  faith in Cranbrooi,
called in England, occupies n      vci-y|tlic distiict,     A. 1.. .McDermot,     lhc
I warm plaee in the hearts of the Kng- suc-retnry, is it man who takes
lish people. Ue is known Hum une deep interest iti everything that is
end of lbe Cititcd Kingdom lo Mic-good fol riat.bri.uli and lie has tin
othei as a ''Kindly Old Man" and u nappy faculty ol working systematl-
'(Jural* Scot" and stands very liigblcnll) Messrs. M. A. McDonald, .1
iu the'estimation, nol unlv among IP. Pink, It. Hums, M. A. Ilcale, s.
members of his own parlv, but also .1. Mighton and VI. SI. Prost, th,
with the members wlio sit on the executive committee, are all men
leil i.i     tin* speaker. lie became who are constantly   doing something
prime minister by acclden 1. T-he sadJto lui-tliei tin* interests ol i ran*
misfortunes of his party gave him Ms!brook ami the Cranlirook district
opportunlly. During the stormy They am all good men hut they ear
llavs oi H.O.i-7, when the great l.rit- du very little without tbe wliolc-s..Hindi Liberal party was drilling uu the ed, wholo-henrtcd bia-lclnj oi Hie
»aii*s* of chaotic confusion, "I . h, iproplc ol the city, liv the people Is
was* an unassuming and quiet ub- meant not unlv the merchants ami
sutler oi the heated ItosClieiy-Ilni'- business men, tun every reside
curl buttle then being waged. In!1111' P'nce, wlie-.her lie be a proper I)
the early dais uf ISM eauie the re- ownei ot imt. The board ol trade*
slgtiailoii of Gladstone and t., tlie is rsscntially a public* institution, mn
surprise ami unaswincnt of all pur-.lH"H has tm selllsb motlonn an,
lies Liml lliisebcrv was nnnoiinced us works nnly Unit all may be heuelited,
|bis successor,    Gladstone's very Inst;so Unit il  behooveseveryone lo pat
spi-ecli in the house uf commons w
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
1, V. 1*
. S
unison
manager ol    tl.e
CranhiHi.
1 lei alii.
do berebv   statft
tha. tin*
pressman i
li.f.l.i
R-bow, and
thnl   1 h
le
everv
e.isou
to   believe
that the
hi
lll.llil.l,
..( the
II.-I..I.I f..l
tbe    pa
even
i lbs
Inui   been
ae,', i.n i*.
hi-
, dlvldi
il as 1
.lluwa:
.lui.
...4,11,11
Align
i
... i.m;io
Heptc
nl,
r 	
...4,*IS5
Uct„i
er
,:. a;,'.
NoVMIlhl
,   i re.fi
Deceinhe
....B.S35
Jittlil
irv
 ..ii(.i>
Issue
of
fe+iriiaiv    (1
....1,11.5
I-SIU*
of
pehruary 1.1
....I,lllf,
Issue
of
Mima
V 21)
...,1,105
Issue
of
Fein ,i,i
y 27
 1,225
Pelirtiary  ......
...1,750
Issue
nl
March
li	
....1,170
Issue
of
March
It	
...1,170
Issue
of
March
IH	
 1.IM
Issue
of
March
20	
,...1,17(1
March »,510
Total f..r nirir mftnthK..IC,7flO
For tho la»t  four [uow.a.ltfO
Subscribed anil sworn to brfnre. me
this   30th   day ot March, 1208,    al
Cranbrt'ol;, II. C.
■lohn Hutchison,
A  notary  public in and for the CouuH
of Konfenay,  HriMsh Columbia. '
6*»«^
9 OBSERVATIONS \
MV TUB Ot.lt MAN
The people hi South Kast Komi'
lay aie awakening to the fart thai
Ihis is a ureal fiuit country. There
have lieen iniiny doubting Thomases
•ut even these luve had to admit
that it is n fact. Evidences of the
possibilities ahuig these lines me to
fce setii on every hand, The experimental .stage is passed. Tin- |)io-
feers in this indnstrv have borne lhe
fturden .mil heat of the day and havo
■i.tde it easy lor tin- newcomer to
Jlart right iuui go ahead. Men like
Wm. Hamilton. Itobeti I>oran, K. C.
Smith and others have paved the wav
•ml demonstrated what can be hone
ilonn these lines in this part o( the
fount ry. In live vears t-imo tbe
thole of this district from Ktbo to
Moyie and from Windermer* to the
%)undaty will be dotted witb orchards and Cranhrook will be the
center of a greal fruit eountrv.
furious onslaught against the house
ol lords as a protest ago lust the
liiruiun do«n of his Home Utile Hill
of 18911. Vet he recommended to the
t^ueen us his successor a member of
the upper chamber and passed ovei
lhe very pateut claims of his able
lieutenant and almost life-long colleague, Sir William llarcourt. This
las Sir Henry Camphell-Hiiaiu-rmairs
opportunity,     which    so unwittingly
flaei'ii him M. lbe bead of his party.
le hail tried to     make peace       be-
tiiK'i. ihe rival factions and     because
be had acted as ''the   me.ni between
the Imo extremes,"   be w
tbe be:;l man for iht posit
flection    ***s regarded     as a "stop-1
gup'' only until matters had adjusted]
themselves-,     Kate deciecd otherwise. \t"e-.-v
The aixideat of bis election purged hi-:-!t*»\vn
party and     when the Hritish electorate gof the choice to vent* their wrath
ipoti the    tuifuur ministry
their shoulder to the wheel
hack up lhe hoard for nil they
worth. The work of publicity, which
the boa nl of trade is doing, is a must
cicellenl nne. It has been demonstrated, beyond a shadow of a
doubt, that this is an excellent
fruit country, and the board
telling people so on the outside b>
means of letters and pamphlets. The
mineral is lying at our doors and
again the voice ot the board ol trade
letting il be known. A wealth of
timber resources of ihe district are
treat ami thc board of trade
is heard announcing the fact. Tin-,
thought'P'd'lu'in   must    he kept up and
(lis'creased and    this can only be     done
by everyone in Cranbrnok doing llieli
Utin
the
'i.lnil
Thei
Opening ilays of UKui. Lhc unpretentious war minister of 18115, whose
iborteomiugs brought ahoul. the defeat of bis parly, found himsell sum-
Honed to Windsor as prime nrlnistcrjthc puip.
kac.Ved by the largest majority evei m-liv
teen iu the house of commons.
pro
and in a very short
will be seen     by an enlai
id increased opportunities
mplnymenl of   labor     ..f
in a larger business    fot
.nts and a greater and      n
rous   Cranbrook.
the
k  I.t
There is a lot of travel on the road
bet weeu Cranhrook aud the Robin-
■Ott-McKenzle mill and the Harris
i WrKid ranch. The condition of the
road is a disgrace to the distiict and
a hardship on man and beast that
have t-o travel on it. In ils presenl
condition it takes four horses to do
tbe work thut two would do if Ihe
toad was in aDvthing like decent con-
Wtion.
Next Sunday, 'ipril 10th, is lhe an-
iiversary of the death of Lord Hen-
eonslield nnd Is known in the United
Kingdom as Primrose May. llcnja-
tnin Disraeli, Lord Hcaconsflehl,
Itat-esman arid novelist, was oil
Jewish extraction, beiiifc the eldest!
•on of Isaac Disraeli, the author oil
•"Curiosities of Literature," and was 'directly
lorn December 21, 1801. Disraeli ITli,js «
VtiS meant  for the law but at       an'   " ' '"'
»arly ap^ he took to literature     and    „
In  1*82li     published    his     first novel 'si'icJPfJic
'Vivian drey."     He tntveled exlen-!
lively     all over     Kurope and wrote
jfiiuiy  novels,  including  "The    Vouiig'MVuestions, comin
Duke,;  .. "Ali-ay,      and   "HcnrietiAt<|i,t8 iifscrlptlon.
Tempi
roltition:
merit
lie also wrote
y Bpic," a pivm
in 1835 he    imsncees
meeting at  the Hotel
Saturday evening Ior
i.l forming a Game pro-
iciation.       The Saturday
previous a meeting was held ami     a
was decided f«> give due publicity   to
tlie fact thai  the meeting was to be
held hy menus of the public press and
otherwise,  so that  a gathering repre-
sentniive of  the  whole district  could
be convened.     A personal letter      to
the known prominent sportsmen      ol
.Moyie, Fort Steele and Wardner has
been     mailed     by     the     secretary,
C. M. Kdwards, giving notice uf thc
meeting and asking for their attendance and aid in furthering the aims ol
sueh an association.     The Herald   is
glad to see this matter taken      up,
as without adeipiate protection, thai
valuable asset, the game of this district, would in an incredibly      .short
time be a thing of    the past.      Assistance io the aim of the association
sin.ui.I be unanimous from everv par'
' the dislriel. as every resident       i
personally interested, directly or   liiin conserving our wild am
me    birds and fish.     An as
.sociatiori such as this is a bodv    re-
ipreventative of the district and   being
best ways and methods    oi
game preservation can he discussed in
open     uieeting,    and    if   necessary
from a source of
carry     great
■••   : :i ■",    :  n in smvpatnv   witu the    new    as-
Zli.t  TV" * '","'■' - **'«■-»• »"<" trust, tltat tlie Votings
3Sn? Ills &J ™£hlw" "" ""l! Mm¥ *»- "^ "•!"'"-
stone ins nrst spi'cci *ientnt ves Irom a parts ol the lis
use     was  tie;,fed       Willi ,ri„  „,u be ptevent
J'"',„l,!,^|,s''i-'lu "'"' ,i"' Bovernment' In mak-
• "i1-* •"'>' cl"*u'S0S in the same art that
eonusted ,„e rldlns of Tnunlon.   Uj^Vn C«Syp*hyWS!th,',h, "" """"'
Sf>iui'isrt*shirc for the house ol   "■■'■   '
oioi,:;. but wa'
ir for Maid:
tu    the   hou
ridicule, but he hei'ame loader
• hat was known as the "Young
Knuland PiiiIy" and was made eh.ni-
telior ot the exchequer in 1S52. He
becamo prime minister in I8H8, hul
Lis tenure of othce was short. In
HTti he again liecame premier and
brld office for six years He
raisnl to the pewage in 1870 hut was
defeuttd in ISfiO      by      W
B. fHadstone He died
tbe following year. Lord Deacons-
field will always he kindly remembered by Conservative-s and Liberals
alike for the magnificent deal he
Dade for Kugland when he secured
lhe control of the Sue? ean.il.
The latest addition to the journaLs-
tfc pNM of Alberta is the rinehei
CKy News, owned and edited bv It
W. Morgan, who besides being j
lewspaper man is a merchant in a
UTp. wav of business. The true
Inwardness of the establishment1 of
the Pineher (-ity News is, accordint-
tu Mr. Morgan's leading editorial, the
refusal of some papers in the d1s-
lmva|triet U> print the advertisements of
one lhe merchants of Pineher City.    The;
HILL & COMPANY
Sil^WKKl^jW ****
BRAND.
TAILORED BT
TORONTO
THIS IS WORTH KHOWING
There is an impression abroad that only the exdu=
sive custom tailors cut up the best imported cloths.
Just to acquaint you with the true facts we are in a
position to announce that the makers of
20TH CENTURY BRAND
fine tailored garments for men import 90 per cent
of the cloth they cut up in their tailor shops, and
import largely from the most celebrated cloth makers in Great Britain, cloths like Carr's Meltons,
Galashiels, Rastic & Howick Tweeds, West of
England Worsted Suitings and Trouserings. Only
the finest canvas, haircloth and trimmings are put
into Suits or Overcoats bearing their well known
trademark. In all respects they are very superior
clothes, and are recognized as such all over Canada.
May we show you the new spring models?
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
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A representative ol the Herald took
* walk around lown to size up the
♦lleys.     It  was not a pleasant     as-
Signmeiit .mil the discoveries      made
id not show that the citizens
in all instances cleaned up.    In
part of the city a spot was foumljsi.-rchonts of I'ineliei Citv are up i..
•Iiete several .-Id Panels full of liayil.it* and Ihis being lhe ease they I
wen- lying about, promiscuously mud voiced advertisinj aiid as Mohotninetl
lo burn up il liy any ehaner someone would not come to the mountain tbe1
dropped a ciRjr bult or a liRfcted mountain (that is the merchants nl
Batch int.i them. In another many I'indier City) had to «., to Mo-
Mcking cases were piled up ops-tnic.-* Lomet Hence the i'incter citv
Ing    the right ol    way.    In s«veral j«Wi-
Ham and Eggs
An nlil fuviiritr- l.rankl'nsl nriywlion',
evorwliere, noIoiik as tin.* i-y.-B nro froslt
■uul tho limn uml bacon •.;..,.,!. I-',,** |*;,r,t,.r
we have providi-il un extra nuiiplv of
H'RKSII EOGS, aottidK them in by ,*..,■„,.•*,
sn that their i-wilitj- (-nu In- ilopeniled oii
An egg isn't a freuli e-jpt that lakes twn or
three weeks gettiui; here.
SEE OUR WINDOW ON SATURDAY
BBEAFA8T BACON, sliced, por II, a,-
STAR BREAF.-tST 11AOX, sii I,
P'*"'"'    :',;o
OlTR SPECIAL  SMOKED B,\\|.
»lic*i.-cl. per Hi         ■;■.*,,
OUR 8PEOIAI. COOKED HAW,
ulicoc]   per llj  ,|-(.
flreon Onions, Celery, Fresh Letlnc
G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
_. _.
\ EASTER PLANTS IM BLOOM AND CUT FLOWERS
FOR EASTER
Another Consignment of
Oxford Ties and Slippers
Arrived lliis week, making our slow slock
,*i vi-ry complete one, \\V like slmwiiii;
visili.rs the styles of Shoes ami Slipin-rs we
i-nrry.   We i(iiote .lie prices of n few of the
new tiri'ivnln:
INPANTS' TtN HI.UCIIKRS, Willi. ft'CI   tUi
IN.AMS' I'AIINI HIUIIHS. Wbllc llt-i  $1.15
CIIII.DS' Will CAI.P   SLIPPFBS  SIM
MISSUS' tllll CAI.P SLIPPEKS  (IM
lilltl.S' KKI. CAI.I--  SLIPPERS  11.71
I.AOIPS' PATENT LEAHIES PUMPS  S315
Units' PATENT OXFORD TIE, plain Iw  M.7i
Wc Carry Ihe Very Best Quality ol
Hosiery
LAMPS' FANciV LACE AND EMBROIDERED HOSE,
MEN'S SILK AND WOOL SOX,
tNII.DRFNS U.l.i... t; KNIIl: ST0CKIN.IS,
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BURNS BROS. ESS MILLINERY
CHOOSING
A HAT
Is     ilillii'itli.     when
.liert'  are  sn   many
pi-nttj- styles In Bi-leel
iniiii.   There   is nne
thin.*: Hint  we pride
n.trsolves     npnii :
When our advice  is
laken, we nlwnys m*ll
llu- lllll tlml soils th,.
wearer, in every  re
Remember tlml tho
prii'i'H   ure   riithl   an
well ns the Hlyh-s,
CHOICE EASTER
MILLINERY
We have prepared
another lot of choice
models for the Km.crude.
New si j lea ns . hoy
ap|ieiir in .in- great
.■..litres of Position
ure represented in
our soleclioni.
We   always    keep
ourselves  posted  in
tin- Latest ldeuu.
l.'nll nnd set- us nt
any .iuu-. We will be
pleased .usee you,
Udies Oilord shoes, S1.SB.-C.C.S. I   Haby go cart-., t..7r>.-c. ('. S.
1   Hubert Little, who now makes   bis    J. 'i*. dear, of Marysville, was    in
home at Hosmer.    was in I'ranbrook Cranbrook nu Wednesday.
ibis week. |   patm0„. nros. alT installing       .1
1   Prank Derosier, the well       known septic tnnk for the Munro lintel     at
rancher ni .l.illr.iv, was in CranhrookICrcston this week.
last Kriday. j   WANTKP-Sccond hand cook stove,
I   George Laurie, the Crcston lumber Apply Jos. II. Melanin, ..I.l Curiosity
baron, was n-ststered at  tlie   Royal Shop, Cranhrook, B.C. Ml'
on Monday. I   George Clean-, who has been    con-
I   llis. Al. .1.    .Mareh and Miss     F.'fined to the hospital for seventy-eight
1 Sl.ireii. nl Alayii-.k, were in Cranbrook days, is around    again    nml  feciing
■"ttVSSSF WALKINC AND DRESS SKIRTS
SPECIAL VALUE    A smart [*ADlE8'TWEKDSKIRT,«8uallyroMm|0.li0siiow..      $4,50
PANAMA SKIRTS,   ' hn stock nl Pa.iK.ui. Skirls is very cnmplete. Colorst Nnw, Brown,
Black, Cream and Cardinal,   At       $5.75, 07.60 $10.00,""'$10.50
NAVY LUSTRE SKIRTS.   Spootol nt, each
S6.50
WASH BELTS
WASH COLLARS
We have jusl opened up tho finest range
ot Wnsh Collnrs and Belts that it has been
nui* gnod luck In secure.
SEE WINDOW
NEW DRESS GOODS
THR POPULAR PANAMA CLOTH, in Green, Wine,
Navy, and Wedgowooil Blue. Width.
42 inches.   Price, per yard       J5i*
SHEPHERD CHECK LUSTER.spetinl, per yard.,     Mc
OUR BEST PAMANA CLOTH, in colors Brown.
Navy, Green, Wine and Cieatn, ul inches
wide.   Worth |1.35, selling a.    II JS
.\clsoli
Cran*
K....leal
Crab
I JUST IN TO-DAY-A LOVELY COLLECTION OF LAWN WAISTS AND 8PRIN0 COATS
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II Drugs and Books
In takingovcr the liusiiiess of C. E. 1IEI1) & CO.
we tnko this lirst opportunity of announcing ourselves to the Craubrook people   1 lur stock of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
will he most complete, and it will be our constant
uiiii tu pleuse uml servo you.
jj Cranbrook Drug & Book Company ij
C. II.  ALLISON. Manager L.ttltED
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REFRIGERATORS
Not too early tn iuvestigato
this line,   Wo want .von lo
1*01110 in ami see our stock.
Ours .ir.- scientifically eon-
striii-leil   nnd   handsomely
finished.
PRICES FROM $14.50 TO •26.00
J. D. McBRIDE
mu 1 nv .1 in*:
tp.NSUi.os. a. c.
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THK
ii FERNIE STEAM LAUNDRY
Have opened a large Steam Laundry
in Fernie with all the latest machinery
and improved methods to turn out
First-class Work.
DYEING, CLEANINC AND PRESSING
IN CONNECTION
Wc solicit your Patronage.   All work
left with thc
Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.
will receive Prompt Attention
!! CALL UP PHONE 63   F. J. F. PERRY, Prop'r i i
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Read The HERALD
MCDONALD'S
CIGAR STORE, RARBER SHOP
AND POOL ROOMS
Where you moot (he good
fellows, tfei the BEST OF
TOHACCUS,l'l..AK8A.\I.
CIQABKTTES. In foot,
everything in tho Smokers'
l.ini*.
MASONIC BLOCK, CRANBROOK
Monday.
(!. l*\ Stovenson, <it Fernie, was
registered ot tbe Hotel CrnnbrooK
last  Friday.
Ladies Oxford shoes, $1.35.—C.C.S.
E. F. Crowley, of Marysville, was
registered a1 tht' Hotel Cranbrook un
Saturday last.
Ladles Oxford shoes, $1.35.—C.C s
Mis-- Hazel Wmmuck, oi Moyie, was
visiting with .Mr. and Mrs. u J.
Klrnir Ijsr week.
t\ \ Freeze uud wife, ui
were registered at the Hotel
brook on Monday.
A. Leitch, visited Uie Basl
n.t\ Lumber company's ml
\l\AU in Saturday.
Provincial    Constable ti.
Adney,  ol   Wardner,  was in
brook .'ii Saturday.
LOST—Between town ood tbe ilis-
lion, .i bunch ot keys. Kiodlj re
tnn. i<> Herald ofliee. l-ti
Hugh Stewart has ropainted the inside nl tils store, which makes it
look neater than ever,
t'ho Rev. Robert Hughes conducted
the services in tiie Methodist* church
m Nelson last Sunday.
I-:. Hill, the well known Movie dry
goods mun, was visiting his brother,
IV, 1). Hill, ou Monday.
Jt. ll. Triles, president ol the
J'rites-Wuod company, ol Fernie, was
in Cranbrook on Monday.
Chas. S. Maoxay, the well known
mining man of Movie, was registered
at tlu- Royal last Friday
1.. McDougul, one o! the lumber
karons irom Fernie, was a Cran-
brook visitor on Monday.
Mrs. Burgc went up to Perry Creek
on Wednesday to arrange about the
spring'work on ber ranch.
J. Hodgins, ot Toronto, is sojourn.
in j, in Craubrook on a. visit tu his
tons.its, the Rollins brothers.
Mrs. Hawkey, of Nelson, came over
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED IP ABOUT TIIE CITY HV
ASKINO QUESTIONS OF
MANY PKOPLK.
Ladies Oxford shoes, il.35.-C.CS.
P. Lut re, ol Movie, was in Crnnbrook on Monday.
Wm. Lucas, of Moyie, was in Cranbrook Friday last.
Charles Liveslpy, ol Moyie, was in
town on Friday last.
Mrs. McPeak, ot Sirdar, was in
Cranbrook on Friday.
F. Ritchie, of Victoria, was in
Craubrook on Monday.
F. VI. Steele, ol Nelson, was in
Cranbrnok on Monday.
Mrs. s. Wharton, ol Wj'clifEo. was
bi Cranbrook on Monday.
Mrs. E. O, Kamm, of Moyie, was
In Cranbrook on Monday.
Charles Finch, ol Kimberley, was
in Cmn-brorik last Saturday.
fibert Mutz, tbe Fernie brewer,
was in Cranbrook on Monday.
.lames Whitehead, ol Moyie, was »
Cranbrook visitor Friday last.
W. ,1. Allen, ol Marysville, was In
Cranhrook at the end of last week.
Mr- and Mrs, F. P. Davis, nf
Wvclilte, were in Cranhrook on Monday.
Judge Wilson relumed from holding
•Otinty court at Revelstoke on Mon-
lay.
L. P, Eckstein, of Feruie, was in
Cranbrook on legal business on Monday .
J, Cook, the well known Creston
rancher, was in (.'ranbrook on Monday.
Mrs. H. Saunders, of Movie, was
registered In at the Royal ou Saturday.
Fink's new perpetual spray keeps
their gteen vegetables in 'pcrfctri
shape.
Ladles Oxford shoes, $1.35.—C.C.S.
W, A. Sinclair, of Frank, was registered nt tbe Roynl hotel on Saturday.
f. I!. Halo, o| Fertile, was registered at tbe Hotel Cranlirook on
Monday.
J. .1. Murphy, one of .Movie's leading merchants, was in Cranbrook on
Monday.
Fink's s«41 "OoWen Flower"
oranges—so different from lhe other
brands.
Mrs. N. McL. Curran, of Kimberley, was a Cranhrook visitor on
Monday.
E. E. Kennedy, of Moyie, was   nv
SiHtered at tbe Hotel Cranhrook on
onday.
It. n. Benedict, of Mayook, was
registered at the Hotel Cranbrook on
Monday.
George Rogers has a first-class display of potted plants in his show
window,
James Finlay, manager of the
Sullivan mine, was in Cranbrook last
Saturday,
tti Cranhrook lasi Fridav to \ i-»ii her
daughter, Mrs. P. K. Wilson.
J.     E. Lewis, of   Columbia Falls,
Montana,  was in Craubrook lor sev
iral days last week buying fur.
Baby go carts, $4.75.—C, C. S.
The Canadian  Order   ot Forresters
will give a ball at Wardner on   next
• Wednesday evening, April 22nd.
I   Limoncra     lemons    contain 30 per
cent more add thau Messinas.    Why
iiui- i.tiy the best.    Fink's sell them.
1   ]).   Wight Smith, timekeeper      Ior
Ilreckenndge A: Lund, at Fori Steele
(Junction, spent Sunday in Cranhrook.
I   Dogs without license tags are   being rounded up and impounde.1 without regard to who the owners   may
he.
1 General Manager Bury, of tbe Canadian Pacilic railway, passed tbrougb
Crnnbrook on his way west last Mon-
lay.
| Just think of it! Fink's new tortoise shell wares is over half sold.
Anothci illustration oi quick selling
prices.
Last Sunday was Palm Sunday and
it the Catholic church palms      were
blessed and distributed to the
gregation.
much hetter
Our Bicycles, made by the Pope
Mfg. Co., .ire the best vain*- on the
market. More just in and more on
tht way.—Patmore Bros.
A. Dick, an old timer in lhe Win-
dormere country, was in Cranbrook
on Tuesday. Mr, Dick bus been in
the \ ukuri for the last six years. j
WANTED—Copies of lhe Cran-'
brook Herald ot the following dates
July 12, November 2y aud December
13, l^tio. Apply to the Herald ot- j
flee. 3-tl
C. D. McNab, manager of the
Baker Lumber company, ol Waldo
and the Wood-.McNab Lumber cum-
pany, of Fernie, was in Cranhrook
this week. i
M. ll. King, manager uf the King
Lumber Mills, Limited, left for Ltfto*
*(.!• ami uther points east lasi Tucs j
day to purchase railway equipment I
fnr Ihe Yahk and No. I* mills. I
Henry Brown, a CP.R, fireman,
siet' with an accident white chopping
rood on .Monday. The axe caught n.l
» close line and bitting him un it..-1
lead rendered him unconscious |
J. D. McBride left at lhe end ol
last week lor an extended business)
Hip to tho .east. While away Mr.
McBride will visit the principal eastern cities, including London, Ont.
Golf has a great fascination for a
great many people. Lust Sundaj
shout 35 people might have been Been
worshipping at the healthy outdo..i
ihrine of the lung expanding, heal.,
living St. Coif.
At McKtnnon's machine simps un
Saturday last a casting was made
which is rhe largest metal casting
ever made in Fast Kootenay it was
a large wheel for use on the power
plant of the Sullivan smelter.
It pays to do GOOD WORK. We
are reaping the benefits of Installing,
In the past, only the BEST UOODa
and doing only the BEST WORK, ul
lowest possible prices, consistcni
aiih such work.—Patmore Bros
Clint McDonald has secured Lhe
services of Mr. Arthur Bullock nl
King Kdward barber shop, Calgary,
to work iu conjunction with dale
Slotieit, and is not able to give his
customers the best of attention! l-li
J. F. HucherofL has moved Into his
ihop next door to the Canadian Bank
it Commerce on Cranbrook street,
Shere he will be able to attend to
alt orders for shop work. Mr. Iltich-
troft makes a specialty ol shop
work.
S. II. Carpenter, chief detective nl
Miiutre.il, who was wounded bv the
fcook agent iu that city last wen*
las wired to his sister, Mrs. J, P.
Patton, of this city, to say that he
is not badly hurt and will he around
in a few days.
The Brotherhood of Railroad Carmen are building a bull on Armstrong avenue u little soulh of the
Presbyterian church. Thc hull will
be 18 by 21 feet and will lie used, not
Dflly by the carmen, but by tbe other
railway brotherhoods.
The Frost Investment company have
moved into their handsome new   ol-
'con-j |ee next door to tht post ofliee.   The
Frost Investment company are doing
George Munro   the well       know?It larSe reo1 est*te aBd insurance bus-
hotelman ot Creston, was transacting'iness, the growth of,which made larg-
business in Cranhrook at the end ui-er premises necessary,
last week. Are you building a ■•HOME?"     H
Maurice Quain, superintendent of to, we would be pleased to have ..
ll.e Klectric Light company, was Chat with you about your FlK-
laid up this week with a heavy cold NACE and PLUMBING. Our stall
on the chest. of workmen are the BEST iu       the
Baby buggies, H4.00.-C  C. S.        «"*. and ''GOOD   GOODS ONLY
,.   A. . **.   «...     .- r, *. ._.„   is our motto:—Patmore Bros.
S. Clancey, of the nrm ol Gorman,
Clancey & iirindley, of Calgary, pus-    Some improvements have been made
sed   through   Cranhrook   on his way In the CP.lt. ollices during the  last
sest last Monday. 'jtew days.    Chief Clerk Hall       now
,,   ,,,   „ f      ,       ,,  'has a commodious   office for bimselt
H. W. Drew,   Proprietor o       the    d staff  wWch u fo.
Wil, Starhote, at Kimberley, was wan|s facimftting; the work of    the
ihakii.fi hands with Ins many    i ran- |te „upw|ntffldfBVs department,
tirook friends on Monday. r r
Superintendent  Biownlee is       back    Ktot w   !>as ^"IS^JfT Ay     \Ui'
■ ■■ ' huivarious unions effected that the scho
ol dule ot the blacksmiths, hoilermaKers
.and machinists, heretofore in      Inrcu
sill not be recognized by the CP.R.
1'lie lawn tennis grounds arc belng'tftcr Mav 1st,     What the result   ot
put  iu Shape and Secretary Andrews |j,is action will be is not known    at
I is busy superintending the work   and present,
incidentally collecting Hit dues
from' Moose .law,   Sask., where
bus   been   attending a meeting
roadmnsters and other officials.
"Scot-tie,11 the equine attache oi
the CP.R. is back from Sirdar,
where he has been doing faithful ser
vice under    the guidance of   W.    A.
Baby go carts, $4.75.—C. C. S.
tt'. E, Worded has added a new express wagon to bis collection.    This
rig is one of thc    low geared     type Troop.     "Scottie' came to      Cran-
■pcclnlly made for handling trunks,   ibrook ahead of   the steel and      has
. .       .      .        .  . ,    .    ... ,,     been in the    service ol the company
I have leased my hotel at   Waldo,l"V     .
known as the Island hotel, tor a terra ;       s,n   '
Ot live years.      The hotel will    not    C E. Reid received word on Satur-
be. included in the ranch, which I am1 day that Mrs. Reid had experienced a
Offering for sale.-P. McConnell.     l-iltelap.se.    Mr. Reid has taken    Btock
,.   .       „ ,. . ..    ind-is leaving for Edmonton   today.
lbe aligtitor al| the way from   the ue wil| probably return to      Cran-
swamps ot Louisiana, In the window fcnmk with Mrs, Ueid M„re u.avlU),
of .1. U. McBride s hardware    store, j^ New york| whpro ft Bpcciaitst will
be consulted.
great
store
-iitl of a-tteu-
|is attracting
. tion.
Ilaby go carts, $U5.-C. C. S.
I   \V. II.   llerchmcr,    one « Fernie*s
On Tuesday the train from the west
was loadetl down with Indians from
Bonners Ferry and other points   who
leading lawyers, was in Cranhrook I are here lo spend Easter at the Mia
last, Saturday to take part in tbejjion, On all the great festivals ol
organization ol the Ghme Protective the elm rch the lower Kootenays al
ass'K'iatlon. ways come in to worship with their
P. Woods, ibe well known   Cherry to-nMgtoiMi »1 the Mission.
Creel,   ranchman,    was in Cranbrook     |i, virtue partly of fifty years      oj
lit the end of last week,    Mrs. Woods, service,  Richard Wollendcn,  I.S.O.Y.
bas returned   from an   extended visit p., "Printer to thr King's Most  Ks-
in the east, I (client Majesty," has lieen granted bv
opening work
at Perry Creek
„,, ,.;,* .,int.ii.irmiBS ^ »SZ£S*tti-XF*
.Liliy go i-iir.s   M-'.
I'ln- ilrapatctiers ofllco
C. S.
the station tiau tiren <-nUrgf,l awt r-Mt-
Iimgnl so lliat Chlel Dosimtchcr ...
Scott and his stall lia.i* vety
lurtahlc quarters.
com*
A l.ailies A i.l tea will Iw- lu-lii ul
lhe .Mt-thotlist iiaisotiagi: on the
•flernoon ot Saturday, the _f>th of
Ipril. ..Its. E. II. Patmore will
assist the hostess Mrs.. Hughes, in
Ihe .ea room. Thc Cranhrook lu.l-
1,-s will also he pleased to ktiow
"Fonslo" Farrell, win. has heen'that there will he a home produce
Kith tho Laurie Lumber eompany at'l»lilo hountthilly supplied with the
Creston' for some months part, was "-eedfiU for Sunday's dinner. Time;
in Cranbrook Hits week stiiiMn*-* hands • to 5.30 p.m.
with his many Iriends. gome    individual   has been indus-
Fink's "Baby Rose" chin* appeals Moils in circulatiitg a report to tho
to people of eiquisitc tastw. Ft is I""* ,«'»♦ " p* Huehcroft took -ipso Epic and dainty that it has plications lor registration ol voters
struck ii responsive clionl in the » b's district without the nroMt
hearts ol Cranhrook ladles. Ijuthority.       There is no toundatl6n
.   j,     _*...»   a   *»^*_   ., *,r___^ n a  lor such a statement, and those     in
Ladies Onlord shoes, I1.35.-C.O.S. \tmfm MB. mVt t^tDiInd put to rest
Ur. and Mrs. Wm. Marshall went by consulting Oovernment Agent
to Medicine Hat last week to meet Armstrong, who has.a copy ol the
lUr. Marshall's parents who are on Gazette on -lie that shows the com-
their way Irom England to Vancou-'oilssion was duly tnued and gazetted
«r, where they will settle. len .lanuary. 23, IMS.
We Couldn't
Improve the Quality of our
Drugs, so we have improved
uur facilities for dispensing
them.
The Post Office
is moved three doors east, and now
the whole building and the time ul
tl.e whole stall is devoted
customers.
to  our
We have just passed into stock
$2,000 worth ol
New Drugs and Stationery
and, as usual, our slock Is the largest
and most complete on the line.
Wc have secured th* services ol
Mrs. Noble, who will have charge
ol our Stationery and Fancy Goods
stock.
Drop in and iee us.
you right.
We will treat
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
Cornet Van 11 ome and Durlok Ave*.
Telephone No. IS*
We are Hole Agents for the
M.LAUCHLIN CARRIAGE CO.
„i Oslmwa
We ,-an furni.lt you with any -tylft
or price
HARNESS-LIGHT ANO HEAVY
lor tl.,. H..-.I TEN DAYS'..' «>ll give
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS on om
LOCCINC HARNESS
Milkers and Repairers of Harness
LOCCINC TRUCKS
Seed Grain   Flour and Feed
tt
Opera House
Friday. April 17th
....Mill-   It,,*.   .V    IM .... !-'   Bfg
The Denver
Express"
l'!i,* Acmo..( Hinge lt,*all-»m
..* \l,.-t Powerfnl Melodrama of
IhnCentnry
A Co-iipali) ..t I tiUMinl Merit
II S       I IS'
1'HH'I■■.-   50c, "6c, and |1.0O
GKORGE C. EGG
ARCKI1ECI, BIII.DINC SUPIRIMTINOENT
ANU VALUATOR
\i*.i.n.ni, H..-H.1. nnd Tnron'o
Knfi'tif	
tlt/iftf, ESTIMATES AND SPECI-
FICATlOXa O.N SHORT SOTICE
New and tp-iu-Dale
Dressmaking
Parlors
Over the  Frost  Investment
Co.'s Office
MRS. M0FFITT & MISS CLINE
CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBER SHOP
is now located in its comfort-
■ able and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution U just up-to-
date and is modernly equipped
to do lust the best work in all
branches oi the tonsorial art.
Drink Home Beer
It Is Pure
It it Healthy
It Is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
To the People
of CrtBbrtok and V ictaily
Who may need Shop Work, il
tuny he ol Intareat loi voir t"
know thai
A Shop has been opened up
on Cranbrook Street
whuff ui-leif Ior Bench Work «i
Hmnll Jobs ill rough out ihe Clly
will receive our prompt Attention.
1 am now prepum! to take care of
all work in my line, Including
anything In the v&y ot
Buildings, Plans, and
Blue Prints
Kutimatea cheerfully given on all
t'lat!ie» ol construction
Would be pleased to have nu
opjiortnnity to bid on any iv.uk.
whether It lie (*eiiiic TanJrn, Ce***-
Pools. Houses or Heavy framing.
Iu tact, anything.
J.   F.   HUCHCROFT
Contractor nnd Hnil,I.t TUE (JUANBROOK   UKBAL1)
___\
Men should
look (or this
Tag on
Chewing
Tobacco. It
guarantees the high quality ol
Blaek Watch
llie Big Bteek riif.
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News of the District  mm
*"*"3
m
m
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned from Newspapers
gvaSMsa^as__s«sasBsas«sa«asBsasH--«sa--<'*'^-^>a>«sa«^^
keen struck. Thc Half Moon is owned by a small syndicate, *ol wbicti
tlie following are the members: .1.1'.
F*in*ll, Harry Stuart, Wm. Bird, N.
W. liiiiii.-tt, Itau MclK-uald aad Frank
Haylitl.
U. ,1. ..ohnson was transacting bus*
iness iu Cranhrook Thursday.
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t
JHLKO AND TOBA.C
f       CO PLAINS
CKANBROOK SASH AND
HOOK COMPANY
Mumifih'tuivrfl nml Dottier*
in
SASHES, DOORS ANO AM
KINDS OFROUQH AND
DRESSED UJMHM
Di'titll Wnrk it Spirinll}
MMI
..il from Fred Hoo. You cau catch coii\er to entit little his studies. Ue-
thr choicest trout in thene mountain lore letiviug In- was presented with a
Ktn*amK with his- fishing taekle and nice purse .it money hy his Wardnei
you ran keep on tht* best of terms friends, ll.' will he succeeded liy
chickens in with the Banwell-lloiio Mr Ktctianlson,
-aith your ncigMior hy fencing    your
**********************
(l-'ioui oui own correspondent)
It's jusl as easy lo sa
good ol youi hotuo. place
ililt-tlliui;
I   is    I..
.... soniclliing bad uud then vnu
know it Bhowa consttlcratile ..ftt.i
tas.e
Vis- I*:. May lto>. returned ii<""
llu- bin red apple country, where rin
h.,s been spewliUR a couple .,1 WCCKH
mtli im brothers and ulsters
vim* fence, nlso snid hy him Fresh
croceries nrrivlng daily and every-
iliiiif, guaranteed strictly tresh t-v*
•-.-■>t th.* -.,11.
Kveiylinili get
and ive mil li.n
•ei.
fill, i
I.ini
iii
Sill
.il  W.nil
Miss Vnilcr.-uin, ol llu- ►'crnie
otli.'.' stall, spent lhe week end
Mr. .uul Mis. .Insepli Austin.
I   Mr. .1.
post Inn  Krutt
.k, rep resen tt tig lhe
with in .own Monday.
owei's nssoeliillo
I   (leorge I'.
in lown Tm
r
When You
Come to the Metro-
|. .lis sl-iy at the
Palace Hotel
.Stephens ■£ Kockenilort
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. K.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
ii.,1   M.lleiitv.   IV. -i  Rwttyim,
I'iitni-t Ibiiiiiinet'
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
PIANO AND DRUMS
High Clftss Dnuee Musk
Always Up-to-date
Open lui Out-of-town Knguge-
ments.
P.O. Box 54!)     CHANBHOOK, B.C.
parrowed plumes may be ni
tome pcoplft, hui we prefci to
them.
-A. s. MclOweo and Jack M
fci-u' ram leading a IwcUhiun co
through Klko this weok.
Ocorm Bright, tbe bin rancher
Horse Prairie, Tobacco Plains,
in Klko (his week.
his son.
younsstc
%o\ thin
ymi do,
trouble
ur thr    dullest  boy  1
ii>l the bald-headed parent to
■Well, dad," rvpHeil the Tho Canadian
r, "You can't expect me to Court. Wardner,
ls into my head as quick as thrlr annual tin
nise ytm don't havo   the on    VV-odnesdny
Elmer,    one ot tbe greatest
on vai th, was iu town   Wed-|
..I UPttltiR them through yo
Pliilllpns, -
Saturday.
Th«'  Mellei
hroi.k have heen
I thr music,    A i!»
lor all.    l-'.H'rvhi
tl on.
.[   l-'.-iliMcis
I   will       b
I.iln,111  hall
,   Vprll     'i'i.
from   Cran
tn furnish
id time is in   sin
i  welcome  Ttclie
Clarence llermansoti, bookkeeper tor
the 1'ti.ili Si Livingston Lumber com*,
pany, Hock Creek, spenl Sunti.iv iu
Elko. I
The good
richer uom
man gi\e^
tin* giving
much,
and  hv
worltl iiu* brlghtc
Hforts makes the
tm   his living.
Wm. Sudds left this week foi Wlm
peg, Man.
Mike KlinsRU.iiti, watch repairer,
stopping at tbe Columbia and      >
pilots to open up a -repair shop
Ihe burg.
Johnny   Unterson
Oliotok-s on reaeipt of
his mother
returned       tn
a telegram lli.it;
sick
+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦
t PERNIE 4
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
(Ki.mi the Ferule l-'nr Press.)
It.   .1.
rustlers
iicsday.
Mrs. Cliue is up irom Crunbrook
aud is speudiug a few days nt tbu
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hawke.
Bruce Attwood has quit railroading
and will put in the summer on lusl
(arm near creston.
II. Stephenson .md (ieo. Parker,
both of whom worked in tbe St. Ku- I
gene ml'l for a considerable length ut1
tune, e.ime back to Moyie tbis week
after spending, over a year in Chili,
SoUtb America. Tbe boys left Ug-ptn-
Thursday Ior Nelson,
The [ce on Moyie iako is bfComllfK
boiicycomfaed arouod tbo edgvs, and
it wilt probably brook up and gu out
flrvi weok,
Postmaster Smith hai. installed 1.'
iirw boxes in ihe Moylo post ofliee,
which is a ;;iinil Indicntlou of iho in
crease iu husiueHS.
Jack Italy is said to be getting
along very well under tbo vale of an
rye specialist iu Spokuuv, uud llu-te
sci'iiis to be a good chance ol saving
Mir sight of one eye.
A. (I, Monkbouse came buck Irom
Spokane Monday.    Uc was down
Correct Dress     t^
for Easter
EVERYTHING  l.ere that   well
'   dressed nun could ask lor.
- Single-breasted Sack.
— Double-brcaited Suck.
- Frock Call
* Spring OvercoaU
— Irouscrs
— Fancy Vest.
- K.uii Coat..
Newest styles.
Exclusive effect,.
l-ti. li patterns,
Greatest variety.
('..mc lu see, even
you don't buy. t
Strictly a home product,
reil iipple we speak about.
Tin* l.i
pay     yi.ii your
Keel     sole
McVITTIF.& PARKER
Provincial Land Surveyors
.H'l'li 1-
lli)   VIIVI-.il   K<....<..!I:KI1..
\l   Iiiii'!'  STICKLE   ANT
i IfiM'.i.'iiuK
.1.. I- ... llu*.
..I. I- .. I'...*.
Tfile.il,	
II.
• 171.
Itei.l 111...
(ieo. \l I.eask & Co
HUII.DKWS and
CON I'l-MCTUKS
Om work Is
l>nl id
our mlv-srtlHWHWit, Snt. we
in ad iu the |W*M lo
ompliaslKo it.
CRANHROOK. H. C.
Nmi l-uwai AMUHtniiiy Avenue
TKI.KPIIONK HI
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
HAM.WAY COMPANY
One Way
Colonist Rates toAlberta
and British Columbia
I Hull
Toronto llnintlnrd. lluelph,
Hull. 1 Million
ml.;...;.
KlllK.-vtOII
J..-.II. Ill
Ottawa
#51.10
Ilo.. via i_ Iiu iik"
*..-.•_'. ir.
Mon. real
mw.'o
yuclut
iLjti.OO
St. Joliil-rion*ctoJX
$00.95
Halifax
SUI.1.45
lickets on Sale  Feb.   loth to
April n»th, iqo8
Correspondingly
Intermediate point!
For further parti
w_rit«,
c. li. Mcpherson,
li. p. A .
M-NNfPSO, MAN
low   mi en from
.1. MOI!.
11  P. .1
NKI,Rh.\,
Say, how would   you feel it
company   failed    to
wiigrs    last   month,
wouldn't you'.'     Why, you'd make    i
noise worse than a boiler shop. "Sun
thing*."
Frank Ingham and Kd. Kichanls.
two expert shoeing smiths, have been
busy with the North Star Lumber
company teams tbis week.
Carloads of iron piping are passing
through Klko to Cranbrook every
day. "Old Mau" Simpson must
'still intend moving Moyie ;okc.
Kred Ayeis, not thc pill man, but
thc skinner, was iu Klko this wee,,
testing the nerve bracers.
Moisture makes things grow. We've
even seen uiubrelhts raised in F.lki
when it rained.
Scot-ty Hume came iu from tbe
Klathead and registered at the Hurt
man House.
ll the A. MacDonald Co, don't get
the lion's share ol the wholesale bus
iness in this neck oi the woods, ii
wou't be the fault, of their Mr. Prca
tlcei He sure goes alter the business like a trout, after a gr.vss hop
l»r- 	
Mr-.i McKee, ot Olds, Alberta,   uud
three rliildren, are visiting with
Mrs. Jim McKee at Kiluiarnoii
Castle.
Andrew Kennedy brought iu from
Ontario several colonics ol bees this
week aud f-he busy little bees are
humping themselves each shining
hour and Andrew was heard lo
mark:
Of all sad words
Ot tongue or pen
The saddest are these:
I'm stung again.
AI twit Anuistcad wus awarded lhe
contract lor paintiing and decorating
the Hofiimn House and the • ranbrook Herald the contract ior the
printing and .stationery.
A large band of Indians irom Tt
bacco Plains Indian reserve passed
through Klku to the St. Kiigmo Mis-
lion ior Cier.  Easter duties.
l'lierc is considerable building going on io Klko, especially in Beech
Grove Park and along the asphalt
boulcvaitls, extending to the falls
and the Cottonwood groves along the
river. %
Mrs. T. Letcher and son 'Jim were
Klko visitors Saturday, looking over
the proposed big irrigation ditch west
of Klko. ,     ,       i
lt is an old rule thut chickens
como home to roost, but, we'll guarantor exceptions if any of the
chickens come into oua  garden.
Tom Wilde came up from Hoosville
and is tilling an engagement at the
Hoffman house as decorator with the
Armistead comedy companv of painters, paper hangers and gold leaf jugglers.
Vi. C. l.eacejr, Klko's chief of police, is putting the Hanwell-Htvxie
wirv fence around bis palatial residence on Main street. It is tho most
picturesque fence in Canada, lie.lides
being hnrse high, hog tight and
elephant strong. Kred Hoo is swdc
Agent for the district and its saife t .
lay that before many moons' wire
lences wilt he thiokor than coons nt a
cake walk around Klko, Waldo, Klk
mouth, Fruitl-Auds and Hoosville., ihe
big rod apple country.
Jack dates, proprietor of the King
Edward and a parly ot expert Aster-
men came down from Ferni* and
drove out to Rock Creek and renuu
ed with full baskets.
Mr. Harry Thorp arrived in town
Irom Kenura, Ont., last Wednesday.
He has accepted the position of head
•awyei  in the I'f'.lt. lie and lumlier
mill'.
Contractor Birnie drove a. party nt
ladies and gentlemen down lo Fruit
lands Sunday; |
With Mr. Edmonds herd ol .lersiv
mildi cows and Andy Kennedy's
hives of bees we are safe in saying
that Elko is flowing with tmilk and
honey. J ,
When in Elk
and so
Cniittd)
es the
fuels
trv   I-
Elkn.
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WARDNER
(From our own curies pond ent)
The skipping rope is out again,
Vhc hoys are playing "big ring,"
The frogs ami crocuses are croaking
The season is ready to spring.
ahout his brother-in-law, Hugh
Cameron, who is in tbe isolation hos
pltal. Mr. Cameron is able lo bu
up and will soon bo out.
It at     Fred   Koo'sl   ^-   ''•    Armstrong,   assistant com-
thc neatest    wire fence      In mlssionei ol   lands and    works      at,
. the Ashing tackle thai CaUh-tc'lU*TO0,ti is '■■ ""' ''"> u,l,;l>-
Ash    and  hear some stubborn I "
liout the   liij^ red apple coun-l   After April % the emergency rates
■uiiI.nuts-,    Haynes     Lake   and on coal frnm tlie cast made    by   the
(i. N. and \. P. roads will he    ean-
-♦ -'-- celled and the furincr lutes put        In,
force.    This will practically prohibit __
the   shipping of   eastern   coal       to    H.  .1. K. Skeith, secretary of tlu
I.   S. points and   should have a sii- Lethbridge hoard of trade, has     re-,
BURNS    BROS
DAYLIGHT SERVICE
BETWEEN   MEDICINE HAT   ANU
CHANBHOOK
Cranbrook, B. C.
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ftllll.lt ltii|    iilii-L-L
local C.llls.
un Uu.'   market for
celvcd a letter from A. Prii-c, general -
sii|n-rititenileiit of thc C.l'.lt. at L'al-
garv, repljinn to the hoard's request
tur'ii lluoni-li sleeper service to Win-j
lames Larrigan, of Cranbrook,
in town Wednesday.
Sl.ssrs. .I.iines and Pat Drown
In.... Wi.si- were in Cranlirook
Wediii-silay oil business.
Moving pictures—*furniture vans.
Provincial .'unstable Adney was
Pernie lust week on business.
Tin. Kniulirs uf Pythias will institute a new lodge in tlosmor early in'nipcg. Hessys that he has some-]
May. Already a large number " of thing better for la-t-hbridge than that
eaiididau-s have applied for charter Us alamt ..uue 1st, the CP.R. is to
membership. The Paciflc Coal ennl-}put on a daylight train service |MJ-^
pany has kindly offered a lot fur a [ween Medicine Hot and Cranbrook,
site for ii frntcVuti] hall at the iiumin- ... c. |
al rent ui SI per year for tun vents,     l'his train will make cIorc conncc-,
»as| Advantage will, no doubt, be laken ot lions with the transcontinental trains
, tliis   generous   ull.-i.      .1. Fleishman
'lias been the moving spirit in organiz-
aiul injr th,< new ludge.
Number 'J mine
on Nntiirdiiv lust.
closed   duwu tittht
P.  It. Ilnlr went to
"i Thursday's passenger.
C.  P.  Adii,*
was in Pernie
A ludge of
will be instill
Julv 1.
, provinciii
OVOl*   Weill
till'
llll il
lights
U.ihl
Tin- lutes! eon gam.
Tenti.l in Huston.
Viikuii, in
Tom Whelnn appeureil un tin1
on Mondav looking little the
llr   Hunch, of the Camrose l.uiiibci'}" llis "Wit illness.
A* Grain   company,   Camrose, Alt
at the Hat in daylight, which is
better than Inking even a slerper at
the unearthly hours at which the
train comes here now.
I	
POR SALE
S_i) acres oi land, very suitable for
combined stock and fruit farm,   2001
ns-tahle UW is Oi'St-class   bottom land with
sd.iv night |Bever   failing   stream    of   eiccllmt
|w»ler.    I.urdering on south side is ai
line lake of about 200 acres, a   huge
miuntity ot upen country, surroundingi
Rililillilt*   for  grazing stuck.        Some
itiipiuvements.     Clear   title.      En-
uiiirc "C. S," Herald office.        l-i.1t
 !  ,
WHAT   THK   ADVANCE     AGENT
I'vthi.
•   hei..
visitor in town last week.
li yuu are behind with your
•no good move deserves another
|   The C   I'. It. switching engine went
'over   an open   switch on     Thursday
morning and the front drivers left the
trails.    It was hack on the street in a
in tow
Kiddie,
lasl
We musl
•ee Wardnei
ol Ottawa,  (Jul ,
Thursday on businei
lmve that bridge!
go ahead.
J.  I-'.
. tion ihe
.townsite
thi
Harry Storcr is back from his
bolldays spent iu the Old Country.
Kith Lhc present price of sugar only
a wealthy girl can afford to give you
a sweet smile.
Umstrong will sell bj auc-
gpvemtrtenl lots iu the
<>f Hosmer on April 2'-!. at
k-up there, a number of Kei-
peoplr' have already cxpresseHl
their intention of going up lo n
the bidding and pnssilily Invest.
Mr.  Hugh   Stewart and wife,
Wyeliffe,    were    visitor:, in   Wardm
last  Friday.
Now is the time for everybody to
clean up their hack yards. It may
prolong your lives.     Try it.
Tho Pacific Coal company :
j mer have purchased 3,001) ft
■hose on the same callhro as
°I nic hose.
t     Hos
On Monday Chief McMillan took
to New Westminster the two Italians
whose knife play had earned for Ihem
two years in the pen.
li. II   Bohart unfortunately run    a     Hosmer is
Sail Into his foot by jumping out of (or a two-r
his rig. He has to walk with a should gel It
eane. t
ask i tin
the govc
school.
iiiiiei.t
Thev
t\ New Vork scientist claims that
a diet of sour milk will prolong life,
Ho whey, professor, i*o whey!
Mrs. tinnier Jones and child were
Cranbrook visitors last  Saturdny,
Mr.  Sheppard
hi Cranbrook.
ijient   Salurday   last
J.  M.  H'H'.I, general manager
the C. N. l'„ Coal company, Is     expected bach to.the eity on Monday.
The goat ranch colony makes thc
appearance of unite a settlement
these dais. There are over 101)
goats cor'raleil in the stockndi
nights.
The local mills report a brisk   ile
the
There may be other dishes just as
good but  buckwheat pancakes somtli-
ircd in maple syrup briugs vou close i'1""*1 *** ''imlier and the prospects
enough to the gates to hear Hie »re ,lwt 1:,t,fi wiI1 ll,,t 'w *lie com
rustling oi the wings. pamlively  dull mmslui in the lumber
, [business that was prophesied at
Mr. Arthur llein arrived hock      on heginning ..f the year.
Kriday lasl alter spending the winter ■■■■--
mouths in Kimherlcy as chiel ac- No nheiinmenal baskets of lish hava
lountatit foi L>a\ i*l Urcckenrldge, tie heen hroiigllt in as yet, although
tohtraetor. grayling are taking bait and a     lew
•  'speckled beauties   have heen landed—
J. II.   Williams   was a Cranhrook chicilv from thc creeks,    Over in  the
tisilor last week. Slocan one hog landed Til p
■  I trout on
An  Alabama congressman shot
colored man for drinking In a   street
car, but the money market has   been
tight for   month* flbri    has not even
iiCCH arrested.
The big mill of the Crows Nest
I*ass Lumber company commenced
luiH'Ing n.i the season last Saturday.
, .ii". ,iii    . 'mt-    ii, ,,*,    .air
I limn un March 28.
Mis. Ilnlly:
his nurd'"
'Is your boy a hoy   ul
Mrs. Fitzpatric-k: "Ylss, if oi ask1
im to do anything and he says nu
.. won't, he wont!" i
Polio- .'unstable Adney attended a
meeting oi the game association he. I
jn Cranlirook last Saturday.
We are going to keep at it* until we
*ei It.    That bridge. ,
J. L. Hates expects lu raise the
King Edward hotel about three leet
this spring. This will mn-kc a decided Improvement In thc appearance
of this popular hostelry, as on account ol tho city raising the grade
of the street alter the hotel was
built tlie king Edward dues nut show
oil' as attractively at present as its
size and the architectural design admit of.
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I MOYIli ♦
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(Prim the Moyie Leader.)
Last week the Leader reported a
big strik,- having been made on the
Aurora.    Right on tup of this comes
.lames Downey, the rustling photo- _,
giapher, was in Pernie last week ou J,^,'   R(„„|    ',;,,„   t*,la1 „ri, t,as been
*"siness. gtruck 011 I)l(,   |{a]f    Moon property,
*~   " which adiuins the. St. Eugene and   is
Mr. It. A. Macconnell, who       has practically     within the town limits.
keen   pastor    ol   the    Presbyterian Work ha*,    been going along steadily
■church here for Ihe past two years, on this property tut* some time   and
                           iprearhnl his   turewell sermon       on now the tunnel Is in sutne 211I1    feet.
Sweel peas grow nnvv.li en- in So.il h. Sunday evening las. to a large con- The direction of thc tunnel is towards
East Kootenay like th«y, do in EII,.,.|greg»tion in the Library hall.     Mr. the St. Eiiscnc and It is evidently one
You can raise them if ylbu buy   yoyr Maccunuell lett tbis week for   Van- ol the veins ot this mine which1 has
SAYS
Hidden Brothers aud Edwards will
present ''The Denver Express" -at the
new opera house tomorrow (Friday)
evening, April Uth. This is said to
la* Hie same production as was given
in New Vork. The play is said to
he iiiaguitieeutly muimted aud the
mechanical elSKits are very realistic,
.'his evening this company are pre
jcniiug "What Women Will Du."
PINE Pltl.1T LAND POP. SALE
I bave 208 aires ol good fruit and
meadow laud north of my place,
wilh water right, western slope, partly improved, for sale. Must he seen
to be appreciated, »2i.u0 per acre.
1 hnve 80 acres suuth ol me, crossing
the valley, stream running through,
western slope. 1,004 apple trees
bearing on joining lot. Small fruit
un the place, partly cleared, crop uf
oats last fall. Also spuds, beets,
1111 nips, onions, carrots, corn, tomatoes. Cabin on the place, p'cncist;
$-10.00 per acre. Cash only am.
will only he sold to actual settlers.
Nu speculators (save time) need ai>-
!>!)-. 1 give no options and casli is
lhe only thing that will do business.
They spent twenty thousand dollars
on the mines here lust summer and
they are a sure thing and this laud
will duitble ia price iu two years, or
1 will return purchase. price und lu
per cent interest it purchaser is nut
satisfied in two years from time ut
purchase.
Pred Roo,
52-lf Klko, II. c.
FRED   ROO
'I'll,- well I kii ll.-ni-riil Mm
IS
|il,*iis.*il t itko
THE
11 i.iu,1
Hu*
ttiiiHitii-iiiiftit tlml in' .'.■"'
„l iiiemliiinilis.., mul roi
BIGGEST
u stin'1. nf Fishing Tackle over situ   I
Snino Jenkins porstu; might mil iiu*
LIAR
Iim i*-,,.| lino is li,*i|,|.y
IN
liiifinini.- llml lie hns 11 lv[iutiitioi] i
ELKO
«> for iwni'it) \\lii<-li is worll ro In
(luui untold i;ni.l.
Hi'flliT In:
llurd m ni c
llurni'SB and Saddles
Ot
Miners'   snd   Pros-
peclors' Supplies
a.
(try (inods
*
link cries
Oi
tin* l:urs
m
Prodme
*
IfiiH snd Canity
111J imi Curios
and
rishins Tackle thai
Call he* the lish
i TH f£ ROOSVI Ll .E CASH STORES j j
FRED HOO, Proprietor
kOOSVII.I.I:, li. C. I-I.KO, H C.
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Railway Equipment I
Now  aiiJ Relaying Rails, Shay liouroil I ncnmollves,   g
llcislor Qcnrcd Lucnnintivcs
l.iij!':i..:: Cars .....I Trucks, Sawmill Macl.ii.ory,
Sales and Vault Hours
U'riif- fur price*, und Caliilogucs:
Gorman, Clancey & (iriudlcy, Limited
..,.,..,,.    „   ,, 220 lllll Ave. Wesi i.'it.-2-.-.l,-Itll Street
M-1.MIN.  If I ■ (JALCAHY KHMtlXTOX, ALT...
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5     I U....{..'l.r.r. ..I .B
MflniifHilnrcm v.
IJuoghnild|dressed
l.liriBEK and
fi*^$$li&-V<S:' Wfe        DiriENSIONS
t    fejp'£i   ^^SHSSs,    Also nil kinds ol
MOUI.DtNdS
MILLS AT
.lntfray, Kyan nn.l
Oranbrook, 11..'.
..cad ...Ike, ■ Cranbfiuik
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W. II. Hftitly. f'ourral Dlntttor
Cmnbruok 11.0. Mm-i. No. BO
lloek ''
•LOO *
1:00 SITTINI1S IOR SALI:',',
lllue    I inn e.l    t'lymotilh
K|f)tS, per Belt)lift nl 18..-.
Ver ioo  ffcoo,;
Msmninili Ivtiin |iiK-lt V.-tf*,        ' *
pur 10    %"*M
(looil llnr.ly Strawberry riuuta,
|l,ou pur hundred] $.yuu per
tluiiiniud.— Applv lo
:: MRS. W. F. DORAN, j i
< * Silver Ciceli lldiieli '. [
IHANUIIiniK,     . B.C.
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DON'T READ THIS
The  French   Dry   Cleaning process
enables us lo clean mens pants, suits
mul neckties,   ladles suits and skirts
in such   a   way thut they positively
I nul,- as Rood as new.
We are eiperleueed dyers and clean*
is, therefore, we du not require   to
nd iinvlhifu' down cast pr up w««t.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
■>mo*-.t. LEASK,  T««Qr
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\;  Phone 57 Head Office, Calgary Alta. ;;
;; Wi-in* u |„,|.;iiv,l to Iill your onion for \ \
II All Kinds of Hay and Grain ii
;; nml mir pr ■ nm right, too ||
11  Bran, Shorts, Wheat, Oals. lli.ncli Qnss, Tiitmlliy Hay,  ; |
! i and some good Dal Feed arc all in slock now \',
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ii The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd. ii
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Try a   Case ol
KERRIGAN'5 STOUT
Two  Dozen   I'iuts   $3.50
l'j'|ii:il  to UiiiiuioBa1,   Tlio fitioat  liovbragu nn  tlm  murkt't
I'm- fnmUy ami tablti obo.   Impnrta vigor mid
lii'.-ilili. iiiul tonus up the Itorly Konomlly
JAMES KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook,  II. O
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_m_m__m__mm I'll IS   CHAIN BROOK    HICKAI.lt
I.IOHT ON THK OTHER SIDE     COAL
I
Tlie fraternal und beneficial features
of the International Typographical
union are many und varied. Now
phases oi these sterling trade union
traits are constantly coming to light,
writes .1 Must.m correspondent,
As an Illustration,   a printer      recently met,   with' n   severe accident,
and his death followed,     The     man
was identified hy his union cant, and
the officers uf the Boston local   were
notified.       They    immediately    took
charge   of the body,   madu ah necessary   arrangements    fnr   the funeral
{the    member    having     no   relatives
there), ascertained his religious faith
and hail n minister of Ihal church uf- them
delate at    the    burial, which      was thence
largely atlonded by printers ami mem   tMmcc
hers uf the Woman's Auxiliary to tin- thenre
typographical union, wlm necompnnicd to pin
l.i '
AND      PETROLEUM
TICKS
NOTICtt NO. 1
hereby    given
th.
luui
H.Ml
ill.l
111
llie\|n
llll
el.i
departed brother to his last
ing place.     After the funeral In
feels were shipped to his relath
ISiigland,      All expenses were
hum   the   International    mid
ilc.it h li.'ii.'iil fund.
Another .somewhat similar ease
lowed slKiiHi .ni.'iu.it.i, .m.i
treated in the same man
■K«.i's tu show that lhe s.n
puisiit'il in every Instunets
rase the member died (
onuses, imt rathe
lie  h.i.t   m.   nl.itiv      __________
ll'.-    u tniphieal     union   pro\
Chrislluii burial, cloned up hi. nd
ami forwarded his propci tj i.m
tur.. The services weie largely ...
tended hv his fellow workers, and the
heauimil ll.iral tributes attested the
esteem in which he was held. Ih' had
been a prumineni member uf the
heal union,
Tn prove Ihal these hrolherly aets
are not eoullned tn tin- well-known
members, however, the case uf a poor
unfortunate, who died frnm n lingering disease, during which he was visited and Comforted hy members of thc
wuinan's auxiliary, may he noted.
At his death the union officials assumed full charge of all arrangements, liiiancial and otherwise, and
bis funeral services were as largely
tl tended and as much regrcl shown
at his death as had chnraeteriznl
that nf lhe members win. li
entire fortunately placed,
The foregoing cases are cited mc
ly to sliuw that,   while      the   n.
unions are regarded In some i(iiari
as   hard-hearted    husiness    orgfllil:
tlons, and meet with oonsidcrabli
posilion from siijierlici.il and acat.*u.»
observers hecausc of ihis idea, there
is another side to their activity that
'■■ seldom brought inlo public notice,
Not iee is hereby given that 30
davs after date I intend to apply
to" the Honorable ('hie! Commissioner of Lands and Works
(or a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following
descrihed lamls, situated in tlie
district uf South Kast Kootenay,
Province of llritisli' Columbia:
Commencing   at   a    pnst   planted
nt or   near nne   mile east of CP.R.
survey line at 33 mile (tost, lot 4593,
..ml being   N, K. corner nf   William
Livingston's claim   and   marked Willi.un    Livingston's   N.   K.     corner,
running     -mi ehains    soutb,
running     no    cliains   west.
running   ho   chains     north,
running    Mt    ehains    east,
i'e nf com mencement,
led tins   2fith   day oi   .March,
1008,
William Livingston, Locator,
,luhii Livingston, Agent,
| NOTICE No _!
Notice is hereby given that 80
dais nfter date 1 lliletitl to apply
lu in. Honorable Chief Commissioner "I Lamls and Works
I..I a license lo prospect (ur coal
and petroleum on the fullnwina
descrihed lands, situated in lhe
distill l ..t South Kast Kootenay,
Province ut iinhsh Columbia:
('omimni'iiii'. at ,. post planted
,ii in iieni :t miles ensl ol L\ P. H.
mine) Hue nt .12 mile pust, Lot -tfitt.'l,
an.l hclng N. K. miner of Lewis
Hilton's claim, and ni.nl.nl Lewis
Hiliun's N. K.        corner,
thence rmuiltig Ml chains west
theuce running 8tl chains north.
thence running KU chains east,
thence running Ml chains south,
tn place ut commencement,
Located this   :Mrd    day ot  March
lor a    license   to  prospect for   coal | survey
and   petroleum     on    the   following ing N.
descriheil    lands,     situated    in    the claim,
district    of.   South    Kast Kootenay, Landers
Province of British Columbia: tlience
Commencing   at    a     post-   planted them-e
at ur near it   miles east of C. P. It. thence
line at 31 mile pust,
I
Biirvey line       at 32
post, and being       N.      W.
enrner nf Kred Bridget s claim, and
marked Fred Bridget's N.W. corner,
theme running Mt chains easi.
thence running Mi chains south.
tlience running su chains west,
thence running HO chains north,
to place nf commencement.
Located   this   34th    d.iv uf March,
190S.
Kred Bridget, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreux, Agent,
John Livingston, Witness.
NOTICE NO. ('.
mile thence
enrne
and
N.
running
running
running
running
of David Landers
marked       Davii
K. corupr
mi chains west
Ko chums smith,
■SO chains east,
So   chain,     mirth,
Mrs.
.John
Sam.  Livingston,  I
Livingston,   Vgen!
NOTICE NO.  IJ ^^^
Notice is hereby gnen that 3U on
days after date 1 intend to apply] Col
to the Honorable Chief Com- *
missioner of Lands and Works Dot
for a license to prospect for eoal HO
and petroleum on tbe following to
described lands, situated In the twi
^^^_____________________m    district    of    South    Kast   Kuotenay, tiu-i
  'Province of British Columbia: l>";i
NOTICE NO. !) j   Commencing    at    fl     post    planteil  t
Notice    is    hereby    given   that 30 at ,,i near I miles east of    C. p   " ■
davs   alter date   1 intend    to   apply survey line at 33 mile post, 1
to     the     Honorable    Chief    Com- and   being   \.     W. corner ol
chiim.    and    marked
W.
chains
missioner     of
lur a license    to
end   petroleum
described   lands,
ncl ..t      Sout
Block  1593, I
Lands   and     Works
prospc t     for   coal
«m    the     following
situated   iu    the
Kootenay
oi   Hritish
that   30
to apply
to place nf enminencenient.
Located   this   24th    dav of March,
19011.
Pave Landers, Locator,
John Livingston,  Agent.
Chun
It.
inns
Lewis Hilton,  Locator,
John   Livingston,  Agent.
NOTICE NO.  I
Notice is hereby given that 30
davs after date I intend to apply
tn' the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works
for n liceuso to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following
deserllied lamls, situated in the
district of South East Kootenay,
Province nf British' Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
at or near 3 miles east uf C. P. II.
survey line at 32 mile post, and being N. E. corner of Mrs.
Harry   Hughes'   claim, nnd   marked
__-___m        .   -----  Mrs. 'Harry    Hughes' N. K.   comer,
niuclv a part of the onion's thence       	
as is the question of hours thence
and wages—lhe fraternal side. And in then
this respect   tho International   '
heen
op-
Notice   is    herehy    given   that
Jays   after date   1 intend   to   applv |   t
tti     the     Honorable    chief    Com- Uurvej
missioner    of   Lands    and      Works inn  S
for a    license   to  prospect for  coal gull
and   petroleum     on   the   fullnwing,MelJuj
described    landa,     situ,.ted   in   the thence
district   nl   South    Eaat  Kootenay, thence
Province ol British Columbia: thence
Commencing   at   ,.    post   planted thence
at ut neat ;i mllca cist ol ■'. P. It.  "
survey hue. at   31 mile pust,       ami
being S   l*. turner   ot Turn Livingstonfl claim, and    marked Tom Liv-1
Ingatoti s        s.        i: corner,
thence    running      80    ehains   west.
theuce    running   M   chains     north,
thence     running    mi . chains    east,
thence    running     M chains    suuth. j tl.
to place nl commencement, h
Located   this  24Ui   dav ol March,In
|HUN.
Turn Livingston, Locator,
John Livingston,  Agent.
missioner f.f Lands and Wurks Mile.
(or a license to prospect for coal Miles'
and petroleum on Hie following Uience
desci ibed lamls, situated in the thence
distriit of Soutb Kast Kootenny,[tbenee
Province ol Briiish Columbia: thence
Commencing   al   n    post   planted,to place
running
running
running
running
4593
• lames,
James
c.rnei,
P..
K. curner of
thence suuth
>ie-it 80      chains,
und.irv line      be
Block   4593 and   Block 4598,
north 60 chains, along c.l'.lt.
try tine, them-e east 80   chains
ee of beginning.
d April 4, pjofc.
nwnUd McLcod, Locator.
A. Hackett,  Agent.
80 cliains
80     ehains
so   cliains
near 3 miles cast ol   C. P. it.
line ..i ;:i mile poet, nnd'be-
W. curner  of   Charles .Mclm-
claim,    and     marked Charles
.ill's        N        tt corner,
running     80 chains    south,
running    80    chains    east,
running   ho   chains    north.
Located this
ol commencement
south,
west,
n..rth.
Oil.
'Th   day of    March.
Jnm«   Miles,   Im
John Livingston,
ator.
A j,. nt.
i.   Ll
davs aft
tn       Hit)
MlSsiull,
fur a lie
and pci
descrihei
ih.tt   30
tu apply
itu pi
i I.w
J'm-
for a
: and
tunning 80 clu
1 ol commencement
-l   this  nuh   .l.iv
PPI)
Charles McDugnll,
John l.nIngston,
I ocato
Agent.
NOTICE No.
--■ ■"- I   Commencing   nt
Notlre   is   hereby    given   that :ju'at nr near 3 miles
lays  after date   I intend   to. apply
io     the     Honorable    Chief    Com-
ndsslonnr    of   Lands    and     Wurks claim, and
Ior a    license   to   prospect for   conl Powler'fi N
NOTICE N
Notice    is    heiil.i    p,i*en   that
davs   after dale    1  intend    U
ins   west.: to'    the     Ho no ruble    Chief     	
missioner    nf   Lauds    and      Works
of March, ful a license   to   prospect     tor coul
Uml    petroleum      ou    the    following
*4r" described    lands,    situated   in   the
district    ul    South    Kast Kootenai
  'Province of Briiish Columbia;
NOTICI';    NO. Ul |   Commencing   at    n     post   planteil
lee is herehy given thai 3U nl oi lieai 1 miles cast of C. P. IL
alter date I intend to apply1 snne) line .it 33 mile post. Lut- 15b.
tu.- Honorable Chief Cnm-'niitl heing s. w. corner nf l). Mc*
.ner ui Lands anil Works)Vay'R claim, ami marked l>. Me
license   to   prospect fur   eoal j Vay's S. W. corner
petroleum on the following thenco
described lauds, situated in the theme
district of South Kast Kuotenay, I thence
Province of British' Columbia: I them*
pnst	
1 of    C." P. K.
nt 35 mllo post, and hern er of   Mary Bowler's
No'lli i;
is   hereby   given
i   dale   l   mui.d
Honorable     Chief      Cora-
of     Lands   and     Wurks
use   to pmspect     tur   coal
"hum     on   th«    lollowing
lands,     situated    in   the
Suuth    Kast    Kootenav,
1593, Province   of   British
chains
Mum-,
urth
chains-,
post planteil un
ei ol .1. C. lists'
mi chains, thence
theuce south     80
along t . p. u. boundary line,
and   petroleum     on   the   following thenc
described    lamls,     situated    in   the thenc
district   of   South   East Kootenav, thenc
Province of British Cntumbia: ' nim-
Commencing   at   a     post   planted to pi
running
running
running
running
if
80
marked        Mary
fi. comer,
chains    west,
Iniiii,
S.
running
running
running
running
planted j to place of commencement
~  " '   Located this   251 h   day
11108.
1). McYay, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent
SI    Ml   ell.HUs    i,,   p
-pnl  1,  1008.
i . Haas, Locatot
llackott, Agent.
NOTICE
Notice   is   hereby   given
lavs after    dale    1    intend
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect fur coal
md petroleum on Uie following
described lands. situated In the
district of South East Kootehay,
jn Block 1593, Province ol British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planteil at
the S. VS. corner of J. II. r.Ucy's
claim, thence north 80 chains along
said C. P. R. boundary line, thence
east 80 chains, thence south
ehains. thence west So cha
place of beginning.
Bated April 4, 1SJ08.
J. H. Tilley, Locato
A. Hackett, Agent.
to
3-iit
. «
chains     north,
chains    east,|
suuth, I
west, |
Hn chains
80     cliains
nt or near 3'miles east'ol C." P. R.     Located this
survey line nt 31 mile pust, and he- J!)08,
80 chains
ho    chains
0   chains
niiiiericenient.
th   day nf
south,
easi.
north,
tig S. W. corner of Alargarct Miles' j
faut is
exlsl
gmpnical union, as its records     	
prove, takes rank with the greatest
and best of fraternal organizations,
aye, with the very church itself-; for
did nut the Carpenter of .Nazareth
lay: '"What ye have done to one of
the least of these my disciples ye
fcave dune it unto me?"
And this is only mie uf the many
phases ol the fraternal spirit that is
tally practised and preached bv
trade unions.
ypo- tlience
the
running 80 chains west,
running 80 chains soutb.
running 80 chains east,
running 80 cliains north,
to [dace of commencement,
Located   this   2Mb    dav ot March,
1908.
Mrs. Harry Hughes, I-ocator,
Baptise Lamoreux. Agent.
John Livingston, Witness.
NOTICE NO. 5
Notice    Is    herehy    given  that 30
•—  afterdate   1 intend   to   apply
di
to     tin
missioner
claim,
garot
thence
theuce
thence
thenc
and
Miles'
running
running
running
running
marked Mar
S.     \V.     comer,'
80   chains     north,,
80    chains    east.!
80 chains    south,
Mary  Bowler,
John Livingsl.
Locator,
ti, Agent.
to place of commencement
Loe
1908.
 -  missioner    of   Lamls    and
Located   this   24th    day of March, for a     license
Honorable
of   Lands
Province of British' Columbia:
NOTICE No. II
Nolice    is    hereby    given   that 3'
.   dais   after dale   1 intend    to   apply
80    chains   wesi,  to     the     Honorable     Chief     C-oin-
_________      Works
to prospect for coal
and petroleum on thc lollowing
described lands, situated in the
district of Suulh Kast, Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing   ut   a    post   n'-n
at  nr near 2 miles east of C. P. IL
survey line at 35 mile post, Lot 4593
and being N. W. corner ot Mrs. Sam;
Livingston's claim, and marked Mrs. j
prospect fur   cool Sam    Livingston's    N.    W.    curner,
"    the   following thence     running    80    chains    east,
80 chains     south,
80    chains   west
Margaret Miles, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO. 8
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to applv
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work
for a license t
and    petroleum
deserllied    lands,     situated    In   the theuce    running
district    of    South    East Kootenav, tlience    running
d   March,
3-flj
NOTICE
; thence    running   80   chains     north,
Chief    Com'" J   Commencing   nt   a    post   planted , to place of commencement.
and     Works [at or near 3 miles east of   0. P. IL     Located this   25th   day of
March,
Notice in hereby gipen thnt 30
davs after date I intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner nl Lauds and Works
for a license to prospect fur conl
md petroleum on the following
described lands, situated iu tlm
dislriel of South East Kootenay,
tn Block 4593, Province of British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
on the N. W. corner of A. B. Bail
tun's claim, tlience south 80 chains
to license claim No. 7750, thenco east
80 chains along tbe survey Une of
said claim No. 7750, thence north 80
chains along tho surveyed lino of
I'laim license number lfltil and part of
license number J.if!2, thence west 80
chaius to place of beginning, containing 040 acres, more ur less.
Bated  April 4,  1908.
A. B. Raittnn, Locator,
A. llaoket. Agent.
NOTICE
Notice   is   hereby   given   that
davs  alter date   I Intend   to   applv I
* '       Chief      Com-!
NOTICE
Noli., is herehy gi'Ven ih..t 80
days aftei date I intend tu apply
to tla llotiuiable Chief Com
missioner ol Lamls ami Works
for a license to prospect for c
iml petroleum on the fuliowing
described lands, situated in the
dislriel uf South East Kuotenay,
.mi Block 1503, Province ol British
Columbia.
Commencing at a post pl.mfed at
the soutb.west curner of L. K.
Armstrong's claim, thenc; north Mi
eliains, tbenee east BO chains,
lo a surveyed    claim, license number
lllfil,    thel.ee     SQUlll   80   ClUltltS,   illollg
Uie Mm' ot hcei.se numbers H«4    ami
nd thence mi chains west    to
ol  hei
l.lllll;',
Doled Apiil 4,  1908.
L. K. Armstrong, Locator,
A, Hackett, Agent.
the     Honorable
NOTICE
Nut ice   is   hereby    given    that    30
dais after   date   J    intend    to r-pply
tu   the     Honorable     Chief      Commissioner     ul     Lands   and     Works
for a license   to prospect     fur   coal. ...
md   pel rob'iim     on   the    Mlowtng I th
descrihed    lands,      situated    in     tbe
distiict    of    South    Kast  Kootenav,
on   Block 1593, Province   of   British
Columbia:
'ommencing at a pust planted on
the north-west cornet! of C. R. Fraser'.s claim, thence south 80 chains,
long said C. P. R. boundary line,
theuce east 80 .chains, to license No.
1042, thence north 80 chains, -thence
west 80 chains to place of beginning.
Dated April 4, 2908.
O. R. Fraser, Locator,
A. Ilaekete, Agent.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS
Anj available Duminlon Lands
within the Railway Belt in tlsb
Columbia, in a. I e burnt ste *■: i by
an) per sun who Is the I of a
family, oi auy male ovei 18 .. rs o)
age, to the extent ul uni q artei sec-
tioii i.i lmi acres, more ol It -
Entry must be made personal!) at
the local land pfflce foi the district
in which the l.tiiit is ' ituate, Entry
It) proxy may, howevi i . le on
certain conditions :•> ■ ic lather,
mother, son, daughter, broker or
ulstet ul an intending horn, tt-eatler.
The homesteader la required lo perforin the conditions connected therewith under one ol the follow , laua
ill At least si* months residence
upun anil cultivation ol thc land iu
each year fur three years.
(fl). if the father (or m »;her,
ii the father is deceased), ol the
homesteader resides upon a farm in
the vicinity of the land entered Ior,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by such person residing
.wih the father or mother.
(3J. It the settler has his pcr-
nanent residence upon [arming land
iwned by htm In the vicinity of his
homestead, the requirements as to
esldonce may be satisfied by resid-
tico upon the Bald land.
Six    months'    notico   in     writing
should be given to the Commissioner   '
ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa ot   intention to apply for patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may t*
leased Ior a period ol twenty-one
years at an annua! rental of 51 per
acre. Not more than 2,570 acres
shall be leased to one Individual ur
company. A royalty at tbe rate ot
centa per ton shall be collected on
merchantable coal mined.
W   W. CORY,
Denutv ol the Minister ol the Interior
3-29t
JOHN    W.    WOLF
BOOT. SHOE AND
HARNESS MAKER
OM Bhoe« Mmle N<*
All Kin.is of Repatrii
liive me a c-iH      ::
OFFICE
ARMSTRONQ AVE.
OPENING RACE MEET
Of the Western Canada Turf Association at
CRANBROOK,   B.
C.
May 18 and 19, 1908
$2400 - IN PRIZES
**••*—************
MAY   18
2.17 Pace and 2.12 Trot,.
2.30 Pace and 2.25 Trot,
One Mile Dash, Open
3 4 Mile Dash, Open.
5-8 Mile Dash, Open.     .
Race for Local Horses, .
PROGRAMME
Purse $350 Free-for-AII,
Purse   250 11-16 Mile Dash, Open   .
Purse   200 7-8 Mile Dash, Open
Purse   200 5 1-2 Furlong Dash, Open
Purse    150 One Mile Novelty, $50 at each quarter
Purse    25 Race for Local Horses  .
MAY   19
Purse $400
Purse 250
Purse 200
Purse I50
Purse 200
Purse    25
ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH THE G. P. R. FOR REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
V. A. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT
THOS. M. ROBERTS, SECRETARY
JAMES RYAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR TIIK  CRANBROOK   HERALD
USUI 41 TIE CllllClfS
METHODIST CHURCH
ih.
Special si'niu» throughout
4_.j iuiu i*..isu*i uiiiiu' U) tut* cuoir.
Alumni's Bervice at 11. SuLOa.v svuoi.i
n.j iiiiii,. classes a. *) ootoci,.
l-.veliiiit service a. I.M. Service w-
gins punctually, anil uu neats ,wn
»c allowed in aisles.  Im* usliers *ul
be skill  il   lll--.se wtlu regular.)   ttUentl
Mh come eaily, so that visitors ma)
lie accommodated as i.i as loom will
aiiow beiore ilie Service in'sius- lue
lollowiug will l.c lhc oidei oi Ui'*
..cniii*. service;
Organ -...tuuuiy   Chausou T11-.1v
1-. Tsctiatko-ffsk)
i hoir "Crown Mm.
Stebbins
Hymn—"Come ye Saiuis.j' l.egeuts
LOCAL   NOTES
FICKi:l> UP    ABOCT   TIIK CITY
BY ASKING QUESTIONS UP
MANY f*EO|»LK.
Udh)  biiRRios- $14.00.—C. C. S.
'Hazelwood"   Iee   cream .it Stvv.-
ari's Hood Friday.
Arihm    Keuwiek,   oi    Kort- Steele
Square
liy
i'odai
c»ma
lue \pusules creed
prayer
ua. The l.ord s riuyi
■Scripture Lesson
  'Un i.s Nui lieu-
I-;. 1,.  -\strioid
irist,   Thc Luru, Is HUeu
  vuve
ii (.'ranbniok on Tuesday
Janu* Itruley, ot Ke.rnie
Crunbivoli   on Tuesiiay
tiust.  Theis     was in Ir
Creek on Tuesday.
ft.     11.    Corbel t    .uid
Keeves \ish«J Kort Steele on
iny.
>'.   *.'-  Watson, Ol CalRiiry,
iisU'ied at the Cranbrook un
I   I.. Wl    P.inuure and family
Fort Stwlv *t the ijeniiminn
'week.
I   Harry tiiniuiock, the well
Paul Handley, uf Marysville. is lu
Cranbrook lodav.
ft. B. Watts, ot Wattshurj?. la in
I'r.mbr.x.k today.
timbt^ inspector Carney is in
t'ranbrw.k this week.
1 A. Ward reiuincd Irom his trip
|o England yesiurday
K. McLean was down from ihe
North Stai mine yesterday,
the post office will he upen trom
4 tn 5 p m   tomorrow (Good Prtdayl
Jlr>;. George leask, who has been
quite ill al lhe hospital, is unpini
iat, day hy day.
KOR SALE—Fresh milk cows   Ior
I'onductur  tale in     ittst-elass condition,     Apply
Tues- S. Stiglngs, ('ranbrook. l-lf
I   |t is understood now that the tirst
Boo-Spokaite   ttain   will   not   reach
Cranhrook until the 22nd.
|   S. •!• Mighton has put down     new
visited linoleum in his store, which        very
Perry
l
-as re-
Tues-
kotel keeper,  Wfi-S in t'r.u
Vuesdaiv
brook
the Bluett Improves its appearance,
|    The sidewalk  to the hospital
own inniplctel   and  makes  access  to
Hotter
AjitllCII
Hymn
UOeriorj \< miliary	
„ I'rayer b'roui Lotieiigitu
Wagner
- The Saviui  Lives"
>    .VI.   Scbuet**!
pennon
. .. "ile Was iie-.pi-.iM
Handel
■Uur Lord is Risen"
iieethoven
Benciieliun
Halleluiah Lhorus   HuuUel
ine ilongrelation m icquesietl io
lemaiti Blinding alter the iw-oemcuou
bus ueeii pronounced, while me tuUic-
i»ijitn ebonts i.. bciufi icnUetvu uy uie
•null* .      ..wm*
Conductor—Airs.   V/- T.  Rent,
mftaui.M—I. <s. Pcci..
■ On    Uood     Kriday   morning at'U
©'cltwk there will he a Bervice in the
church to which all. arc mvimu.
asei,
i   the
It
Hotel Cranhrook
aiihr
iheir
all
PKI'.SHvrKRlAN CHURCH
Tiie service iu tho iiiornius will be
given up to the children. 'Ine center
•eats will be reserved and at U
O'clock they will march into the
•iburch Irom thc Sunday school room,
I'he children have prepared two
Kaster choruses. "Lilies u* Easter'
and "Jesus is Risen Indeed." Besides this the adult choir will slug,
•He Rose aud l.efi the Grave" an tie
rin wilh soprano soio. All parent.1-
ami adults me cordially invitee, in
the evening beside the regular music
Ihe fuliowing additional anthems will
be sung: ""Jesus is Risen," anthem
with contralto solo. "The Strife i
Over" anthem, "Messiah Victorious'
•oprano .solo. Thc ladies oi tht
congregation are requested to bring
dowering and foliage plants io t.ha
church Saturday nrtemooii and even
lug,
S.
the
will
same
River
CHRIST
CHUR.
1.
Holy (
immuniou .
Kaster
livuia:;
8 ii.tii.
Ifatliis
Hymi
festal
Proper
136
Responses
Anttiero  ..
 Ma
in*-, ll a 01
  Tallis
Hiim-phieys
proper Pslams
ic—Cooke.
LVH.—Rimhault.
. CXI.—Humphreys.
Te Ileum —Woodward, Smart, Turle
Henedlctus   Uarnby
Holy Communion ...     (Alter Matins j
ft und ward jn K flat
Hymns 137, 322, 319 lAdlam.)
EVENING, 7.:tfi.
Hymn 134.
Festal Responses   Tallis
Proper  Psalms:
CXJIL—BattishHl.
(MV.-Tonus Peregrinus
CXVH L—ffoodson  aad Wahuisley
Magnificat and Munc WmHitis 	
-  ButreU in   K.
Anthenr. "Awake Mp My Otory"   ..
  Barnbv
Hviiin^ 130, :tl
GOOD FRIDAY
Wiitllis	
1st Evensong      . ..
2nd l-.vensotif; 	
SKHVlCt'IS
 10.3U
 '. 2.;so
  8.00
CATHOLIC CHURCH
On Kaster Sunday mass wiil be
celebrated' at 10 o'clock. A special
fcifth mass will be suug, with hymns
appropriate to the occasion, Mrs,
J. J. Kennedy, Mrs. Macdonald and
Miss Margaret Kennedy will sing "the
■ulos. Father Chuine) wlll.be t.he
officiating priest. Jn the evening
services will take place at half past
•even. Every f/ite is welcome. Oii
Oood Friday a special service will
be held at three o'clock in thc afternoon.
AT THE THEATM3
The moving pictures at the new
epem house have- been well up to
their usual high standard ol excellence. A special programme will
ft*— on Saturday evening, tbe 1Mb.
as the house will be occupied tonight
by the "What Women Will Do" com-
■any and tomorrow night bv
Denver  Express."
tt. J.
sintered
Vueedh)
General Supeeintcudent Price,
tlie CP.R. passed through "
ycsi-rrduy
Campbell a 11 ami ing ims
[ui tiispi.li   ol  Kaster   lilies
at.>rc window.
The Soo-Spokane Flyer going
will ttniiT at 4.05 a.m   and
easi -ii 7.40 p.m.
The new lock boxes are now
fl'aee in the posl ollice and bu
is running smoothly.
' irthur   Mott, theologian and
lound gv«od fellow, of Fernie, was a
Cranlirook visitor on Tuesday,
Patmore Bros, are installing the
Mower system of Mie Porto Rico
Lumber Co. at Moyie this week.
The Frost' In vest meet company are
low comfortably located in their now
eflice next door to the post ofliee.
Sum. Nwlands, who lived in Cranbrook sume years ago, passed through
on the eastboimd traiu un Tuesday.
Tbe (Md Fellows will meet on Monday night next instead of the following Thursday as previously announced.
. I). C, Corbin, the president ol   the
St»okiine*Ineeroat-ional railway, passed
through Cranhrook yesterday on   hi
way t-q Spokane.
Baby buggies, $14.00.—C. C.
ll. IL Short has purchased
Rrtlgfl hum K. II. Small and
continue ruuning it along the
lines as heretofore.
J. Cameron, from White
Manitoba, will become roadmuster's
clerk on May the 1st, Wee Oeorge
Poster-Thomas, resigned.
U- H. Short has received his spring
shipment of the latest designs In
Sail paper. Among them are many
sew and handsome effects.
llr.'. Cool', of Fish Lakes, has sold
bis tto   acre ranch to    J. Arnot-t, a
w arrival from Kugland. The
tunxiderution is not* stated.
Oeorge Mead, jr., son ol George
Mead, the well known botelmau ot
Crestou. has been spending several
days with friends in town.
D. McKweu, of Mediciue Hat, the
western corculatioa representative of
the Toronto Globe, was a visitor tu
|he Herald office on Tuesday.
Airs. F. J. McMahon has been in
Cranbrook this week looking after
ber mother, Mrs. Soper, of Kimberley, Who is ill in the hospital.
ft'ork will be commenced on the
toke ovens at Hosmer next week.
The first contract calls ior 250 ovens
though laud is surveyed for 1100.
biibv buggies   H4.00.—C. C. S.
Frank Angers, who has been trapping up the Skookumchuck during the
Winter, is back in town. Mr. .tngeis
iepor.ts that he had good success iu
bis venture.
Mrs. J. P. Kink and her children
lelt for California last Monday
•S'herc they will spend the summer.
Mayor Fink accompanied them as iar
»s  Kingsgute.
E, ll. Small has a new dog. lt is
a tit. beruurd pup and well bred at
that. He rejoices in ttie name of
"Tim" which, after all, is a Cosmopolitan name.
J. G. Cummings,' H.C.L.S.. is expected to return from California on
Saturday. Mr. Cummings has been
In the golden state studying irrigation
luring Urn winter.
has
IV   neat
hist
|    fi.   T
lu the
bis si.
cum.
H,  II     'ones «
Joseph's crock v
| back  witli „ cm
w sardines
Km   O'Hearn 1
llerdaj where he
wrst lion wiih the C
luing ment.
j    "Ha/.ehvood"
in ut's fl""d Frldi
much  mnre euiivcnieiii
added
.ippi'ar.inc
■>" much
of
The hahi
tide walks
lut a nice
Hid chil.il.
S'alk
riding o
stopped.
the
It Ls
..men
side-
in-
rch on vvhal    should
ui blcycl
should in
exhibition
n have to le.
ake   mom   fn
lividual t"
be a place reserved fot pedestrians
P. .1. Ti icy,
Cranbrook this
tlthuugh he has
brnok before
town since
In Hritish t
9f the Bcenei
a scenic arti
hai
1898.
iliimbi
ol St. Louis, was In
i'cek. Mi. Toomcy,
nevei been iu Cran-
owncd propertv in
He is travelling
making sketches
In bis wnrk
The li.n
bold the
house nes
Baturda)
fcul    beer
Kill he hut  the i
nne, it having pin
ipt-gcmenl    here
Igo.
iuu Slocl
minis ai
I'hursduy,
The man
informed
mp
Ml
company
the new
Frlda)
geraent
what the
tv
.limit
will
.pern
and
hav.
bill:
a gund
nights en-
ii  months
put i in:; down  new   hunt
•ni lishing
.aterday,
ii sa I mun i
fit   t-U   W.'ld'^'l    ye::-
Itas accepted a posl-
P.R. timber depart-
ice   cream at Stew-
It   II.
Itimc sp
bospttnl
painted »n
ftay Ihai
opcratini'
White thl'i
the musl
In Western
ii  -X
dec
ti.i\
did
The elnpel h
I re decorated
it is really i
mum has heel
llghotlt  and  is
np-tud.ite
Canada
e been ih
work al
s been
in such
gem.
CAN'T CARRY BOOZF.
Ottawa, Ont., April 10.—The postmaster general has token a new departure in regard to all future contracts entered into - with mail car-
tiers which will have the approval
and support of the temperance people
of tbe Dominion.
A proposal will be included iu all
contracts which will prevent the mail
carriers from carrying intoxicating
liquor. As it is at present the mail
carriers bring liquor into the coun»
trv districts along with His Majesty's mail, and Mr. Lemieux has made
np his miud to have this stopped, lf
any one violates this pott ol the contract he will be dismissed by the
department.
IH'TZC. p. R. ARBITRATION
per
cna
now uue
ting io
The
led  iu
1)
Of   H
feats
ft'ill
lohn
rork
\lclv.
win
nm
has
nt   i>
be
ur
l..i
uie
ed  his
Muntntit
Reid   Will   have  eh.
temporarily mit.l .
rue
Miss Jennie Kdgnr, who hi
llsltlng iriends in lied Reer,
the past couple of months,
to Craubrook Kriday last.
inteit.lcni   is  appointed       li
. buped  thai   when   the peimaneif
been pointmenl  is    made thai   Mr.
Alia.,  n-ili be selected, as there is not
©turned ter man foi the position In iiu
try.
charge
mu   and
Inline,
ot    this
il super-
is to lie
rat    np-
Reid
bet-
The work ol the arbitrators,
Messrs, Judge Wilson, A. Leiteti and
t. B. Triies, in the Mnt-t-C. P. It.
case, concerning certaia lands at
Kingsgate was finished last Tuesday
the result as vet bas not heen made
putilic hut no doubt win he In a few
a!*.ys.
 ♦	
TO INTRODUCE Q0AIL
Calgarv, April ft.-rAt a meet.ing m
the Alherta Fish aad Gome Pcotcc
ti\e ussoeiatiou held tiere ia.st night
it was decided to Introduce quail inti
the province. A motion was also
passed instruction the secretary tt
communicate with t-he Dominiou gov-
rrnment in regard to having a lish
hatchery estahliidied at Bonn.
WANTED
Good reliable man and wlio to take
charge ol country hotel. For further
particulars inquire Mrs. Burgc, P.O.
Pox 35, Cranbiook, Ii. C.
Ou     Saturday   we   will    have the
largest   assortment    of   cut flowers
ever brought- to torwn.
■Easter    order      early
Manning.
con0" Proposed Game Preserve
5>*,ng iN East Kootenav^
i-....INDICATES eOUNDARIE
" OF PROPOSED PRESERVf
GALLIHF.R COMPLIMENTED
At a meeting of the lucal Liberal
Association of Cranhrook held nn
Friday, the 10th inst.. the lollowing
resolution was unanimously adopted;
"That this association Icarus with
deep regret that tht: present member
in the Dominion house, Mr. W. A.
Galliher, M.P., proposes to retire
from public lite at the close nf lhe
present term and will noi otter hiiu-
telt as a candidate at the ensuing
elections; that we place on record our
appreciation of the valuable services
rendered to this constituency and to
the province and country generally
by Mr. Galliher during the pasl eighl
years, particularly in reference to
bis efforts iu securing the bounty mi
lead oil's, resulting in great beuetlt
lo this community; in procuring lot
the community an Improved mail and
telegraph service and in the establish
ment of much needed public works
and buildings throughout thu constituency,"
HYDRAULIC TO WORK
PERRY   CREEK   PLACER  MINKS
WILL  PROBABLY   BE OPENED
UP (IN   A     1.AIU1K St. All
THIS SEASON
The new owners ot the Perry Creel,
placer mines arc expected here nexl
Week, A thorough examination will
be riven thc property uml il is ox
peeled tbat work will lie pursued mi
» much larget  scale this summei  than
heretofore.
PUBLIC HOLIR.'UH
Tomorrow, which is (loud Friday,
is a public holiday and the banks and
business houses' will he closed.
Easter Monday is also a public noil
day and the banks will be closed,
though it- is doubtful whether Ihe
business houses will close.
CPti
4 5 9K
"Ilazelwood"    ice.   cream at Stew*
irtffi Good Friday.
Mrs. Super, of Kimberley. is doing
Leaic   your*is well us can he expected after    a
Campbell  .1 •everv operation she went through at
the St. Kugene hospital yesterday.
We aiv giving special attention    to'    Ham  Corbett, the little son      ol
■••o table delieies for Easter     and R. n.   Corbett-, proprietor of       the
WiU have a stock of everything      on Wentworth hotel, had the misfortune
the Spokane and Vancouver markets.
•Campbell -A- Manning. |
Mrs. aud   Miss Tisdale will receive
at the home of R. A. McBurney      on
April 21st.     This will be the      last
lime they will receive belore leaving
for the ranch oo St. Mary's prairie. ' j
Ladies Oxford shoes. $1.3&.-C,C.8.
lo fall and hreak his arm lust week.
Dn Monday last J, Banlgctt ami
D. Black won the two five dollar
orders at the new opera house and
Eva Small and Charles Morrison won
Ihe two one dollar orders.
ven
the
I'he Kdison theatre had some
good moving    pictures during
week.    "The Work ol tbe Elephants'
•nd "Wonderful Flame-;" being      the.
feature   Films.
lu future the pust ollice lobby will
be open fur hox holders from 8 a.m.
llie CP.R.   have been cleaning up. Kllt,i !i «.m. dailv except on      Sun-
All rutrWsb around the yards has dis- *jaVs and holidays, when it will    be
ti- »PPpMwl *,od 8 K0*1 ,a>Tr of cinders.Men from ll noon until 8.30 p.m.
Tw has been placnd between    the tracks.     ,,    .
giving-the Whole vard a very      neat . Engineers    1 homes Glass and     .1.
appearance. f iitncssei went to Aluuroe Into at the
v   ii. wl.a,.,,.,*,,    ,, l'-,,-,  *•,   i     Hid ol last week and came back with
r. Hvworttiiiigton, ol eon Steele, „......,.. ,ril... ... iriv., ,.. .*,-... fVu,.lt<
x-as is r.r-.nbrook on Tuesday.    Mr. H,, , iS&iStr
RorthingtoQ    is  J.  G.    Cummings' 4 KO'"1 bWBk,Mfc
first  lieutenant and Is busy suhdlnd-     Married—Oti       Friday,   April 10th
into 5
On Tuesday evening last there was
• social dance at the new opera bouse
% ith the Mi-Henry orchestra furnishing the music About fort) couples'
■Were present Needless to Bay every
•ue present enjoyed themselves
BASEBALL MEETING
in
tng a parrel of land
lloeks.
Why not have a baiid-paiuli'd
tush iui. aud dn it your.setl. Now
Is your chance, Mrs. T. N, Glass
Will give.lessons and sell the supplies
Call and see tor'yourself, Room .',
Rwy.il Hotel. ml
Robert Little, who is .tu old timer
in Fort Steele, has opened a
etore and pool room at Hosmer. Mr.
Little Is a kindly isetulciuan nnd    i
Well liked in tbis part ot the      din
■He-should do well as the
cool town.
"Everything' fur- the comfort
Iheir patrons," is, ihe motto ut the
commencing on Ttiesda, May S4-h^H<4«! Cranbrook Messrs. Hog*
when the Independents will play tbe't»rth * Rollins have, placed one of
CP.R. On the Sth the ^dependents jne neatest and best telephone diiec
wilt play the town team fthdon the {©nes om their lelephmie Uiat has
12th. the town will play the C.P.R.j w"1 **«> "> the district.
Tomorrow (Good Friday). t*ro. garner- «bV.I .■ F. 4?erry, ol the Cranhrook
will .lie played The CP.R. will pwy.Cartage A- Transfer company, is the
the Town and the winners will play1 agent here lor the Fernie steam huin-
the Independent*,,      The games   wi I dry aud his   phone number is 68. Mr.
ft meeting nf    the baseball association was held last Friday evening in FT'!. '
Mighton's hall       A schedule      was™"?,
'drawn up fur the   league games.    It *
was decided to play, ball every Tues-j
day   and   Friday   during the. season .'m" Mrons,    is, the moi to
*        _• ■ *.     _        • _ .      .II..-Inl     /' r.. t. li r. -__i h .   M-u...-*..
l«nn, KdWurd F, Hcfrii, of I'rbetoi
and Miss Maud Sweeting, of Liseard
Dnt., at the M. K. parsonage. Rev
Hughes olliciating.
Jack Angers, who, III teen yeare
agu was oue of tbe red coated troop
trs nt ihe R.N.W.M.P. and an old-
limei in the ('ranbrook district, is
low on the staff of ibe ('amittiau
gar fcotel.
klellcnry's   orchestra     will furnish
the music for the     K. of P. ball ou
,  lhe 20th and for the t'orreslers   ball
****• at Wardner on the 32nd.    That    is
an assurance that both dances     will
©_* bave Al music.
Ilany improvements are being made
In Beattie i. Atchison's store. The
prescription department has been
greatly enlarged and improved. This
Was made necessary by their ever-
Increasing business.
I. C. Williams, of Spokane, has
been in Marysville during the week
in connection with the Sullivan mine
Sherwood,   the despatcher,
novel birthday party       last
ilTOMOBLElA
"Oct
on
and
Fort
dis-
pivc	
Sunday      He entertained n    number    Derails big touring    car thc
)f his' iriends bi giving them       all] There" is to be seen every day
ininnvihite    ride.   t.<     Fori,   Steele.! Ihe streets and starting out for
among those   who took     this   tripMeturning    from    Marysville,
were Messrs.    Bench, Willson. Freeze Steele and other points In the
md Phillips. 1 trict.
Tom Whelan, the proprietor of the " " "
Sap.ine.' hotH at Fernie and Mrs., Frank B. VanDecars runabout tlie
Whelan. passed throuuh Cranbrouk' *Royal" .is now in llrst-elass shape
an Sunday on their wny io Idaho, and Frank is at the wheel during
Mr. Whalen is convalescing from
operation Ior    appendicitis and
loinn  smith    for    n   change.    "Ilc|   Governor Hanson,'of _Wasat is get-
looks n little thin hul good for mnny
be played on the race course gioauds. Perry vrill receive laundry Ior    tins and smelter.     Mr. Williams is repre-
Jt, is expected that these prfRmleary institution.    The Fernie steam laun- tenting t-he bondholders with       full
game*;   will show   what   the various dry employ   nothing but white union authority to net   for them, including
warns can do. help. n,c 'furner-VanDykc interests.
fears vet."
J. A. Briii, who has been managing
the Kdison theatre since ii was open
»d leaves tomorrow for Cnlgary.
aliere he will manage a new Bijou
theatre. Mr 111 in has made a
(tieai many friends in Crnfihrooft during his stay here and it is tu he
tfpnl thut he will return at some future date,      R.   A.   Kraser is Ihe new
jionaRci nt the Edison theatre.
W. M. Frust is carrying his arm
In a sling, the result o a runaway
S'hich occurred on Tuesday last.
llr. and Mrs. Frost and Iheir little
boi were returning Irom Wasa when
lhe team became restive, the neck
yoke hroke and the horses ran nwaj
III tin- oeciipatils ..I the, rig were
thrown out. -Mis- Fiosl was badly
lhaken up, Mr. Frost sprained bis
ft'ih-i hut the baby was unharmctl,
One nf the horses were caught but
the other took tu the timher,
OWLS ELECT OFFICERS
Lase night the Owls elected their
Officers at their meeting held at the
Edison iheatrc. The fullnwing is the
list ol officers elected:
President—Frank B. VanDecar,
Vice-President—A.  G. Workman.
luninr Past President—D. W. F
Carter.
Invocator—c. Jameson.
Treasurer— C. J. Little.
Secretary—D. W. F. Carter.
Warden—F. J.  Deacon.
Sentinel—F.  Lewis.
Picket—C. MeDougall.
ling his runabout, "Tbe kootenay
Central" in shape for the summer's
inrk and his hig -CIO bone power
Rambler, the ''Flush" is being overhauled also.
A. C. Bowness has received his new
runabout
Some rules tor auionwihllists, as
Hud down hy ao exchange:
I. In ease a farmer's borse will
cot pass a machine, the an foist will
lake the machine apart' and conceal
the parts in tbe grass.
t. Wben approaching a curve, the
lutolst will take tbe bom and go
ahead on foot, sounding the born one
minute ami listening Ihe next.
I. In case ot a Meakdowti. f
intoist will remove his machine to
Ihe nearest ditch and cover it with
grass and brush iu order tbat no
borse may tahe fright at its pending
repairs.
THE QUESTION  ANSWERED
(Greenwood Ledge.)
The Cranbrook Herald wants      to
know why we are so quiet We wm
like to disturb the harmony of    our
environments.
—♦—
, NKlV PAINTISQ, PAPKRHAN01NO
IIUM1 (VAHPESTERINO  Bl'SlNF.SS
S. W. Ryckiuin hi prepared to   do
painting,   piipetbansind,   c*ttotnt-nliig
■md joiwiig earp«iitty.     *9t*t,_™r
Hie  prennt, at  Ms    bouse, 0»iden
tvemw, Baku Hill. -Mt
**********************
::Pre$bvieria»€bircb
STATED SERVICES
' >   Sunday morning service at  11
A u'cluck
Sunday    evening     service   at
7,30 o'clock
i ►    Sunday       School    and     Bible
Clnss at :i o'clock
i ►   Prosbyterlan   Guild, Tuesday,
at  K o'clock
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦MM*
SOCHIY AND
PMOPBSSIONAL CARDS
OTTAWA.
DR. DELL'S REPORT
Dr. Boll, Dominion veterinary     in-
tpector, has inst sent his report loi
the year ending March 3ls1 lasi to
Ottawa. During the year IUU
horses, 277 cattle, I mules and .1
goats have crossed the boundary into
Canada at the outports ol Kingsgate
and Gateway. Among thc horses
there were -Hi standard bred horses,
I pedigree Percheron and two Belgian
itnlllons.
LOOKS    BRIGHT     FOR    BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Brtulstrccts repotted last week thai
business in Canada was hcsl iu Hritish Columbia. This province is now
coming into its own. Settlers arc
arriving every day, and our vacant
areas ate filling up. Trade is in-
Creasing on overy hand and in every
Industry. With the opening up ol
the northern pan ol the pn.iii.ee by
the construct inn of the Grand Trunk
Pacific, thc dark days ol n few ye
ago are banished for ever.
THE
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo, It. C.
1-Al i. SI'. .MUX, Proprietor
S.iiiili cum K.i.,i,*ii:u'- (Irmn
Rummer lloi-oii
lll'NTINii   .XI) IISII1N.1
.In.i .lie plni-6 I.. Bpeml ii few
.lays- vii.*uti..li
liar mocked iviil. tlie I...-M
I'miin. Bervice ilrst-i-lusii
r„llli,.l'l:il,l,. ttliOIQ*.
MACHINERY
FOR SALE
Four INflF.ltSOI.I, - SEltOEAN'T
Class "A" Siraiiz.tl Line Alt Com-
pressom. Air cylinders 20| in.
by ;.0 in. In good workluf; condition.     Available about .Inly. IIIIII.
One  VULCAN,    lotir-wliect,   Saddle
lank, .steam iocomobtvo, '.2 in
eaujte. I'vlitiilers In.', in. \ Ul in.
Hulll   190.'..     Immediate delivery.
One CANADIAN,   f --wheel, Sai.illi-
tank, strain locomotive, I- in.
cauj;e. Cylinders 10 in. * ll in
Unlit, 11.02.      Immediate delivery.
One PORTER, fi.iir-wliccl, Saddle
tank, sleam locomotive, St.iiiti.uii
gauge 2 in. i- '. in. Cylinders 7 in.
s 12 in. Purchased, mm. Im
mediate iletivery.
Four .IBFKREV, l.n Inn, elcctrli
locomotives,     :ni    in      KaURe, 22U
volt.    Iiin-ct current     In     g t
worklnii order. .Wnllnlilo nlimil
July, inns.
I hi ir    llilll EltWOOD    HI.l'l Till.
Hoists, n ii.|.    i:i|>ii|i|>,.i  win,
duiilii'iiti* .Ifiiivi Mil. .'tn ii |,
Binii.rs, 22i> volt. Direct ciirreul
tvnihitil,- iilii.ul  At,,,.  Hills.
On,- Al.tiltH'll ELECTRIC PUMP,
portflllle, iii.niiit.-tl fm :u- in trnrli
I'aii.uiH Hm nn lions uu Mill ll
Iill.    l:.|,ii|.|„',i uiih iu li |i   Wesi
lnRl|...lsi*      motor,  2211  1,.||        lllllll
lurri'iii l-nri'liasi'il    ..mi?,     tin
eicliaii* ilellvery.
Muil.li, A Fisher,
Parliamentary,     lir|-artmetita!    aid
Patent Cue  AgeuU.
Practice iii-l,,i,- u.,ll»a, Commt-i,...*
I'liaili-s Mui|itiy. Harold Fisher.
CiiKaiiRNT I.iii.iik Nu. ;',;.
KNIGHTS   ol   PVTHIAS
CrunbriHik, 11. C.
Meets eveiy Tundaf at I *■ tt. at
New  Flatern.lf  Hall.
.1. ... ..einleisol, K. ol R. & H.
W. A. Rollins, 0. O.
VliitliiR   kirlinea  cotdlillf livlled
to attend.
.......F.    Key City t-tti
No. 41. Heeu mtf
''ItSf^***  Monday    light    tl
N,w     Kittleii.il,    Hall.      Sojourn-
lmi l.ilillellowa vuiJlally Invited.
I*'. E. Haines, Wm. H.iriis,
N. O. Sec'y.
Crisbrook Ud|l, Na. i,
A. f. 1 A. M.
Regular meet.nfi "•
tke third Tharaday
ot atary
Vinltin« hieth_n welcomed.
s. II. II.,skins, W. M.
E. u. i',.nu,illy, seeretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Mi-el every   Friday     evening at I
I. in . iu Edison Theatre.
Tims, .'uie, IV. P.
i'lias.  Smith, Secretary.
Vistttng brethren eotdially iuviie...
I.UVAI. IIRAN.IK 1.00(1 K, NO. U.1
(.'RAMlltl.OK
Meet at It. ul ... K. Hall 2nd   and
lib Satuiilay each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
.1. E. Larrigan, W. M.
.Iniiii McLatighlnn, Rec. Sec.
w. i}. ouro,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANHROOK,HRITISH COLUMBI.
< ************************.
$      C. H. UUNBAR
t   Barrister, Solicitor, NoUry
$ Public, Etc.
S   Cranbrook,    -    •    11. C.
i********************9***f
DRS. KINU & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olth-e at Residence, Armstrong Aft.
OFFICE HOURS:
Forenoons 9.00 to 10.110
Afternoons - - • 2.(10 to 4.00
Evenings - ■ • - 7.30 to 8.20
Sundays - - - - 2 30 to   4.30
CRANHROOK :l    ::    is    li    B. U,
DR. P. E. KINO
OBNTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
1. to 12 a.m.
I to   0 p.m.
1 to   H p.m.
Ofllco nm. resilience on Armstrong ave
CRANBROOK       •       -      •    B.C.
DR. P. li. MILKS
DRNTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I. 1" 12 a.m.
I to   0 p.m.
7 to   H pin.
oniee In new Reiil Hl.uk
CllANBROOK        -      -       - B. C.
The machinery listed above will all
be aviiabli-tluri'm- presi-nl seasnu, nn--,
ing i.. being replaced l.v larger ei|iii|i-.
ment. I
Write t.u detail   specifications anil
prices.
CROWS NEST PASS
COAL COMPANY, Ltd.
J. B. TURNRV, PurchasInK Agenl
Pernie, II. C.
»-8t
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I   J   ..   I I HMIM.M I, CI Mills.IH   !
; CUMMINUS & CUMMINUS I
i CIVIL  ENIIINKtiHS AN»  IN.MINKIN
AND R. C. I.1N0 SURVRV4IUS
,-iv-lVum'* Cranbrook, B.C.:
♦♦♦■»♦♦♦♦■»♦♦♦■»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»
— WANTED    ■
.. tienrfroni ownerbnvlng*
(ur su
linn.
linn.
Wlll'll
ileal
I.Ofr
A GOOD FARM
,:   Nol piii'tirntni' nhoul lorn-
I'liuiHP tfive price ami dwurlp-
ml  ri-iiHiiu  (ur hiiIIUik-     SUt..
piiHNi'HHhin enn  tie liml      Will
villi owner* onl;,
>ynhire,Box984 Rochtiter'N. Y.
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