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Array JOB PRINTING
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turnout the best class
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THE CRAiN BROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  11
nitANBltOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THUBSUAY, MAY 18. till!
NO. 13
EXPERIMENTAL FARM
AT WINDERMERE
K. P. Bruce Tells of Active Development
Throiigout Windermere District
II, it Untt't' was down rrom Windermere lasl week Hui Mr. Bruce
tins recently returned from England,
where he hnd a very enjoyable, visit
anil learned with keen interest of lho
i-iithiisiiisni now prevalent all over
tin- old Country about things Canadian, generally, ami British Coin nil) la
in particular.
Mr. Bruce speaks very Ti ope fully of
(lie development that will he under'
way iu lho Windermere soil inn during the coming months, lit- regards
as rhirf among the Improvements, the
proposed in minion experimental
latin, which will hi- located adjoining iho new lownsito of Invermcrc.
Upwards ol seventy acres of flrst-
class land have been Bccured for experimental farm purposes and tho
work of getting ii underway will bo
rnmmeuccd forth wilh. Special nt-
toittfon will bo paid to mixed farming. Alfalfa, fall rye and fall wheat
will be among the crops grown. Attention will also ho given to small
fruits, etc. •
The new townsltc of Invermcrc
promises very quickly to lake shape
as a popular summer resort for residents ot tho cities of Alberta, Scv-
everal Calgary elUzcns, in particular, have already purchased home-
silos, with the intention of erecting houses thereon ami to use them
(luring ihc summer months. Invermcrc will bo within easy reach nf
Calgary, once the K.C.n. is completed and will provide a delightful
resnrl 111 the hot months.
The motor road between Banff and
Windermere will soon he underway
and will add still further tn the
chat ins nf this locality, ami will
mean a good deal for Cranbrook,
too, as motorists will generally prolong their trip through to this
point.
Mr, Bruce is satisfied that there
will In- the healthiest kind nf aclB
ity throughout the Windermere section this summer, a dcvclopmenl In
which Cranbrook should share largely, if our business men take hold
of the opportunity in proper shape.
\ story of wonderful development
of a town that is springing up ovei
night, id delightful climatic condi
nous, ol .in opalescent, crystalline
lake sparkling in glorious summer
sunshine, ol singing birds and frag
rant (lowers, of boating and bathing
ami outdooi life, ot shooting, hunting
and fishing; and drawing in mental
pit tunrj Ihe possibilities ol a line ol
electrli rallwa) surmounting the
might} Knrklei and dipping down In
t.i tins veritable paradise; conveying
Calgary's women and children Irom
Ihe duslj hustle and buslle ol this
metropolis lo all Uic above elyslum,
was  Odd    to The Calgun   Herald In
i   w   n.n nis..ti, who  has juil    re
Visit
Coluinhli
turned from      ^^^^^^^^^^^
Valley, B.C.
Tin' town td which Mr. Davidson
spoke Is liivormero, on the shores ol
Lake Windermere, in Columbia Valley, eighty miles south of the town
of {(olden. According to Mr. Davidson, the streets are being graded,
buildings are springing up everywhere, and people are flocking in, so
that whore throe weeks ugo there
was nothing to speak of, today
stands a fairly well-developed embryonic city, 	
Already work has been commenced
on the auto road which, when completed, will link the national park
with the Columbia valley. In good
weather autos can already pass
from Calgary to BnnIT, and when the
UanfMiivermere connections are. complete Calgarlans will bo able to drive
their cars right up through tho undulating foothills, up among lho
snowy peaks of the Hookies, and
down through the verdant valleys t f
British Columbia.
Although the railway connection
with Invermcrc is a rather circuitous
route, there arc several passes
through the Rockies, the summits of
which are rat her high for steam
mails, hut through which electric cars
could easily ascend. Two additional steamers have Irecu put in operation on the river between Invermcrc
ami Oolden.
An extensive golf course, polo
ground ami a race course have beet
provided for at Invermcrc, and al
ready the British Columbia club of
New York City, an organization
composed of members ol the Canadian clul) there, has decided ti conduct
an excursion to Invermcrc, where a
few weeks of outdoor life, fishing,
hunting and shooting will be enjoyed.
The party is expected to arrive within a few weeks.
The District Columbia club ol
New York city lias secured a beautiful site overlooking the lake adjacent
to Invermcrc townslte, where n
120,000 dub iii use will be erected.
Heap Holland is on bis way Irmn
England to Invermcrc, whore ho will
develop his property on a magnificent
scale Ho made his purchase last
ve.n near liivermore Ho will have
a magnificent residence, a batltouse, n
garage and other things,
For use ns a pleasure craft on the
lake, he has ordered a splendid motor
launch, the swiftest that money can
buy This boat arrived at Oolden
last week, and will bo launched on
Lake Windermere within a few
da) i
Construction work on the Kootenaj
Central, which Is a Canadian Pacific
railway pn |ect, has been common
ced. ami the rails will be laid across
ihr   nip ol   fort)    miles, connecting
with  Interlude before winter.
Safeguard the Health of Citizens
Vote on Sewerage By-Law to be Taken, May 22nd — Public
Meeting to be Held Tomorrow, Friday night.
VICTORIA DAY CELEBRATION
litiun    I'HOOUAMMR  OP SHIRTS
\i;i:\\<;nr-ii\si;ii\i.i. wit
FOOTBALL   M\ IVIIKS-
HOX1NC1 BUI T IN Tilt:
i \ i mm;
Vrrangcmcnts tor   Ihc Vli torta nay
celebration   In tins tin are In   good
linpc .n"i an excellent bill nl fare   t -
pi Ised,    Mid ml i ut'.   horse   racing)
fool   t.i* nn..   baseball    ami football
in.it. Ii< B,    and   t-> wind    up,  the     hit;
boxing hmit in the \udttorlum In
tin evening
the sport will rommenee al i" a
m with a baseball match nn the
loan tit nods. Cranbrook Intermed
lati i vs  Mi)ii*
sharp .u i p nt the Part bssjoi t.i
Hon grounds will be the renter ol
attraction, when a varied program
nl hot < rat ni!'.. athletic sports,
I aseba11 ami football matches will 1)0
CI il   nut
To start with there will ho n hall,
mile, free for all, tint or pace, best
twit or three beats. Prize Mil ami
$20.
1 100 yards toot race for hoys
iiudei  in, handicap
:i Horse racing, t 2 mile dash, $Hj
ami $16,
I. Pool race, lliu yard dash, open.
Mil ami $V
R. Girls' race, II yours-and under,
75 yards, handicap.
n Horse nu"\ '\ H mile dash, fit
and Sin.
7, Ladies' race, harem and hobble
skirls bailed, .'io yards, 410,
X, II.ill mile pony rate, IP. hands,
$80 and $10.
II. Five mile font race for men,
to WlRtteT «' which will In- awarded
thi> handsome cup now on view In
liuwoilh Bros  window.
III. Indian pony race, 110 am) t,v
A Hpcciul feutuic ol   the afternoon
programme will    be   tbc     baseball
natch Cranbrook \s Boimors Pet
n. timed to start at 2 o'clock
Another good feature will bc the
loot ball match, Cranbrook vs Coal
Creek, limed to start at  l o'clock
Tho city band will beTh attend
.unethroughoul the afternoon \i
rangements have been made to have a
■ach attached lo the freight leaving
truth.-
met
,  up
been
Slrdai on Wednesday, Ihc S-lth,
the  benefit "i residents along
line, west of  town
The committee entrusted with
iimk nt ratting funds tn defray.
expenses ol the celebration have
with encouracing success so tar.
wards of Mini having already
contributed everything points in a
limn uglih enjoyable day's celrbru>
tioo out of doors, to wind up iu the
evening with tho bit) boxing hunt at
the Auditorium, when Harry Lorn
bard, light weight champion  id the
null, will go leu rounds with Billv
Lauder, ihe light weight champion of
Camilla.
Itev. C. H. Main arrived home
from Vancouver on Priday lust,
where he was attending the annual
mooting of the Synod of British Columbia, lie reports a good meeting,
at which much important business
was transacted of general concern to
lho province. One of the largest
stops forward was the formation
of a Presbyterian Kxtcnsion association to Ih- incorporated under (be
Religious Institutions Act, with a
capital   of    Viu.liMl,     to  he   USed   tn
aid   now missions in securing church
and   manse     sites    and   in erecting
buildings     win!.- in Vancouver Mr
Main   met a large   number ol former
Cranbrook people,     among   whom
wore  many   of bis former parishion
els.
Bo your work first, then rest in
'one o| our hammocks,- r   (?, K.
Ratepayers are reminded that Oh*
vote on the sewerage bylaw will ho
taken tin Monday next, and every
ratepayer who has the host interests
of the city of Cranbrook at heart is
urgently requested lo register his
or her vote in favor of the bylaw. 1
There will bo a public mooting tomorrow (Friday) evening in the
Sdison theatre, when every phase of
the question wlll.be discussed and
Mr. John Haddin, e.K , of the Oalt
Engineering company, will, ho present to answer questions. It is
Imped that this meeting will servo
to remove any and all doubts iu the
minds if ratepayers as to the pressing need of the early Installation of
an up-to-date sewerage system. All
ratepayers who us yet are unconvinced as to the necessity of this work
are specially requested to attend
this mooting and submit any questions they may desire to Mr. Haddin.
Below will be found reference to several points that have been raised in
ci urso of tiie discussion pro ami con,
Including letters rrom the hie I ami
district medical health officers and
from Mr. John lladdiii, C.K., on the
question of cost.
Roughly speaking there will have
to be raised annually the sum of
Miiiito to meet interest charges ami
provide lho sinking fund. The revenue derived fr< m users of tin- system willl it is estimated, during Hie
first year net upwards of t^.'iffi, so
that the balance lo be raised by
taxation, on the present assessment
roll will not exceed mole than 21
mills Kach succeeding year there
will lie more users, with larger resultant revenues and consequently
1 taxation rate. In any event
the cost to tho ratepayers will ho
Instgnlficcnl compared with the present cost of maintaining cesspools
and septic tanks,   without taking In-
considerate n tin- enormous advantage in the way of Improved
sanitary conbitlons. Every ratepayer must feel, under existing conditions, that the health of his family
is in Jeopardy ami it is almost absurd tit count the cost in a case of
that kind
RE SEWERAOI-:
The committee ol the board ol
trade, to whom was entrusted the
work nf arousing ratepayers to an
active interest iu tltc passage ol the
sewerage bylaw, have obtained from
the local municipal and district
health officers letters, setting forth
their  views on the subject.
Br. Connolly, municipal health 1 f
Acer, writes:
^^^^^^ 1\ CRANIIIHHIK.
The health bylaw provides that all
cesspools nilisl    he al   least  scvontieii
foot deep, or until hed rock or gravel
is struck, with n covering of earth of
al least three feet, Earth privies
must be at least five fool deep and he
hoarded up,
Such a law being kepi there would
bo little dangei from the want t f
I sewerage for a tew years, .lust
j how long, it would depend upon the
I population. There will come a time,
I oven following out the above bylaw*
tr it he very letter, when the ground
will be to a great extent saturated
I with effete substance. The lower levels would he tin- hist places to riivo
notice of such a condition ol affairs.
Tho time has nhout arrived when
the lower levels arc beginning lo
speak. One has hui to din down a
few feet, iu tin- soil lying bolow
Louis street nnd the creek, also
from Hanson avenue In the creek,
to find that the earth Is m t iu tin-
most sanitary condition at present
The deepening ol Ihe creek has aided
wonderfully in preventing an mil
birak of some description, and has
thus put oil" ihc evil day which will
inevitably come and that not many
tears in the future.
E. W. Connolly, M.I 1.0
Cranbrook, BC , May Ifitll, Bill.
Br. V. W. Green, medical health of
(leer, writes.
I have, been asked tn give my opinion as medical health 1 fflcer as to
the necessity of a sewerage system
for tho city of Craubrook, ami I imi\
say that I believe it to he of the
utmost importance lo the welfare ol
the city that a system be immediately constructed. 1 p tn tin- present
we have been extrcnielv fortunate in
not suffering from any epidemic
which might bo nttributtd to Ihe
lack of a proper system. The one
disease with which we have lo contend iu this climate, a disease which
is unquestionably the result of bad
sanitation, as exemplified recently at
Ottawa, ami a few years ago at
Port William, and which carries witl:
it a mortality ranging from fJ t< 20
jut cent, according to the virulence
of the infection. I refer in typhoid
fever. Only once, and that about
two years ago, wore wo threatened
with an epidemic and I think that
that outbreak was due to the'exist-
ence of an open cesspit; al all
events, when this was filled in no
more cases developed. As long as
outdoor closets are allowed and toss-
pits continue to overflow, 111st so
long will   we he   liable   to an   out
break of typhoid. The noted William Osier says that for every death
fn in typhoid fever someone should
he hanged.
Regarding the size nf pipes to he
used, this is a question that has
been settled hy the engineer Hon
ever, it must be remembered thai
sewer pipes differ from water supply
pipes iu this respect, that (hey anno! full all the lime and van gnat
ly iu their contents according in the
time of day ami seasons, etc., so
thai several large pipes may be connected with one, ihe individual c.ipa
city uf which may he much less
than the combined capacities nf ihc
several pipes. Engineering is an
exact science. The present proposed
system has been accurately estlmat
ed upon. The grades, the number oi
gallons per capita per 21 hours, tin
average Inflow nf ground water has
Hon 011 the river between Indention
turn considered, ami also tin- pro
hahic growth of the city I may say
that It is calculated Unit the Bewei
ago fur a city nf a population oi
3,300 can he properly handled with a
pipe of 12" dlameler with ihe mini
mum grade advisable, wlicrcas in out
system it is proposed In use an clgh
teen inch pipe, 1 hereby giving ampli
scope fi r growth.
Concerning Ihe, underground water,
we believe it is caused by the crces
rising in springs and flowing from
the flat about two miles wi st nf tin
town. Since the installation nf the
water works system this has been od
deil to at about the rate ol two
million gallons ever) 21 hours \1
most all this Increased amount is
allowed daily ti flow Into the cess
pits, ami when we consider this
quantity it is not surprising to learn
that every year the watei creeps
higher into the cellars. When the
sower Is constructed this additinti.il
supply will to a large extent be cut
off, ami although ihc Infiltration ol
ground water is apt to he greater
during ami Immediately after construction, the effect if a sewer i-
to lower permanently Ihc level ol
ground water.
I remain, yours verj truly,
F   W   Oreen,
Medical Health officii
Cranbrook. BC . May Ifltb, 1911
As the question of ci st enters vrr)
largely into lite arguments of those
who are opposing the present sewet
age bylaw, and it is temg stated
that the proposed work could not
tie done for the amount specified bv
tbe Halt Engineering company, the
Id raid took upon itself tn write to
(Contlndcd on page t«oi
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
 LAND VALUES
Practical Suggestion by Mr. (i. K. .'larch,
Alfalfa Experimental Crops
Mr,
brolhc
K
land ow
Call torn!
pressed
around Ci
faith in
by large
March, of Spokane, a
I I Mr I I Bene
diet, was a visitor in town during
the past week. Mr. March lias bad
a wide and varied experience in the
real estate business and is a largo
it in Western Canada ami
1 He  was greatly       im-
wlth the outlook in ami
anbrook ami has shown his
this section of the country
investments in land, being
interested with Mr Benedict in a
block of over one thousand acres, a
few miles south ol town
Mr March is an expert in land
values and expressed the opinion that
land in the vicinity of Cranbrook was
being held ai teiiiarkablv low prices
compared with land in other less
favored districts
He expressed surprise that so little
in the way of practical demonstra
lion of the capabilities ol the soil in
as observable He
thought if lain! owners would engage
in demonstrations there would be a
t|uu k rospt tisi Irom Intending settlers I . firsl i hiss and
crops could bc grown here that would
prove rich Ij romunt rotive He suggested that extensive experiments
might v ell : 1 ma le n Ith alfalfa,
which, 11 successful, of which he had
no doubl, would 1 ive Ihe land an
assured value Mi March believes
in practicing, what he pleaches and
has arranged with Mi Benedict for
the planting rtl .1 1st ge portion of
their bh rl 11 alfalfa As a
resull ■■ work Mayor
De\ ere Hunt ■- » alfalfa on a
portion ol his ram h nnd \\ V. Warden will do likewise Lands that
can gtow alfalfa buciessfull) will
readil)  fel               HO to (60      per
Third Great Transcontinental Line
Dominion government Guarantee Bonds of C. N. R.
From Port Arthur to Montreal
Tracy Creek Calls for Systematic Exploration
Great Opening for Strong Financial Sydidate to Develop
Extraordinarily Rich Mineral District
There is renewed mining activity iu
what is known us Tracy eamp, ami
the Herald has secured the following
notes relative to past developments
and the present outlook, front u thoroughly competent ami leliahlo autli
oritv:
This eamp, so well known in the
mining days, of lhuii-T and s included
large iraet if country, In fact
from north of Lewis crook to Six
Mile creek would hardly embrace all
the properties that were said to be
iu Tracy camp.
Commencing with the location of
the Kstella, which was originally
found by Frank Tracy, but was ah.ui
doiied for two years, nnd subsequent
ly re-located, the camp did not receive much attention until INiiti-7,
when the country was overrun with
prospectors, and dozens of claims
wore taken up, most of them with
excellent surface showings. On
Lewis, Tracy, Orondy, Six Mile,
Victoria and Spirit creeks claims
were staked, endlessly, and it would
seem almost impossible that end'
claim could boast of n mineral out
crop, but so many were crown
granted nml others kept alive bv
yearly assessment that the writer
fell obliged to make a special Hip to
j see if linnet al was so prevalent as
I tbe records would lead one to siijt
.pose. Alter spending two weeks nn
the ground   1 vrntuie to say      that
there is not another mining camp in
BC that tan show an equal number
of outcrops ol ore iu a like distance
Kiom the lop of ihe mountain,
whole the Kstolla group is situate.!.
over the 6000 ft    level, down lo     Hie
vulby. the >>te, gcneratl) galena ami
copper pyrites, is distributed ever)
where, and in place.
Of course a great many of the
claims that were located m ISO)
have lapsed tl understand that over
two hundred were located on tins
one mountain) tin- owners having followed the rushes to other mining
camps, but ii anj place In the world
Is worth systematic exploration it
is  the Tract camp     A month      nf
! surface examination would convince
any miner that the locality is lihei
ally veined through Wllh bilges, and
lho  conviction forced nn him thai   a
, powerful company could had such
an industrial   Investment     here,   as
.would In- the making of ihr country and ihe transforming of itself into a financial com pi tltoi 11 the
standard oil company
The ledges van from three to
twelve feel wide, carrying me nf
many degrees ol richness, some gal
eii.i ami line, others coppei pyrites,
a few with both, the strike and
dip following a reitulai connection;
the east ami west ledges air petpcii
dicular    uml as     tbe strike becomes
tluorr  noilb and MUUl the tunic   tbe
dip pitches eastwards
tin tie Kstella group one can sit
live ft of si lid galena ami four tn
eight ft sine and galena, both run
nlng east ami west, crossing this at
right angles an upper ledge running
north ami si nih. carries copper, ami
galena with high values in silver in
places On six Mib- creek copper ore
tniir feet wide, while the Stanley
White Swan, Little Johnny, Viking,
Ilatuslu rii. hootonav King. Minnie
M , Princess May, etc , groups can
all show from three to ten feet of
good ore. only needing transportation
and capital enough to win it from
llnme Nature      These groups, though
they gre not poor men's properties,
but need consolidation in the hands
of a strong company, who will be
able to face ^he expense of ,1 t< «
level dull that will ait as a pros
peiting tunnel ami eventual!) become
Hie mam   truk to   which all    slope*
are tributary
The watei soppiv on the lull is
excellent ami   tbe tlmbci on     most
o| the properties good, and in w
that the Kootenay Cent 1 si 1- nnd
er actual const ruction, rallwa)
transportation is brought within fl ■■
J miles, ami I see no reason wh) 1 spl
Ul should remain aloof, particularly
'now that the Bstells croup is undei
bond   ami the St     Lawrence       and
j Ulni.   Swun are preparing (or some
1 thing uioic than assessment work.
Another great forward slip In tl
progressive policy of tbe government
11 tbe development ol Canadian
transportasion and in "rolling back
the map of the Dominion" was at
nounced lost week. H<»n Georgt I
Graham gave notice of a resolution
providing bra bond guarantee lor
the Canadian Sortbern railway that
will insure tbe speedy construction of
the backbone ol the company's trans
continental line, namely, the thousand mile link from Port Arthur t*:
Montreal Tho govt mmer,! will ask
parliament to guarantee 'h-- bonds - i
tbe compaa] to the extent of 135,001
per mite for the whole distance from
Port Arthur to Montreal via Sudbury and the Ottawa ralley The interest on the guaraniofd lecurities 1*.
placed at ij per cent per annum.
payable half-yearly, with the principal payable fifty years after toe
first issue Prom Montreal the con.
pan) will have access to the seaboard
for its through freight by means ol
an interchange of Traffic at Montreal
with the Intercolonial railway. From
Port Arthur to the Rockies tlie line
is already completed, and ia now
heading i-ii fa PacBV roost terminus
near Vancouver
It is confidently ex pet-ted that the
aid to be givtn bv tla- Dominion will
no no further than the guarantee ol
bonds, and that tho company will be
able to meet all tbe interest Indebtedness out of earnings frtm the
start. Thus a third great trans
continental line is assured to      tbe
people of Canada practical!) without
any further cost t< the country As
security lor the guarantee of the
iiond issue the country will have a
Itrst mortgage on the road Itself, as
well as on the line from Hawkesbur)
through Ottawa and Ti ronto to the
Niagara river. In the event ol the
extremely Improbable failure of the
company to meet its Indebtedness the
government would find ItsHl in prai
Ileal possession of nearly (curteen
hundred   miles ol  completed rallwa)
t the est of only 135,000 per mile,
and tins railway would he a natural
and completed extension of the Inter
ton ml to the head of tbe great
lakes
The nt'W Inn- Will, with the CORV
detlon ol the Qrand Trunk pacific,
me practically all eastern Ontario
points three competing Hoes to the
t, ami to the wesi j! will give
three    competing    lines    in  Canadian
seaports 11 will open up an Immense itretl n of rich agricultural
and mineral country in Northern on
0 and the Ottawa Valley li will
run through the clay licit of the On'
tarto hinterland at distances varying
from twenty tn fifty miles from the
line of the National Transcontinental
railway, Which skirts the northern
purl  nf ihe   1 lay belt In addition
the company   proposes to construct
;i line from (ienrgian Bav north to
the main line, tapping a Country now
unserved by railways.
The company has now a through
hue from Ottawa to Quebec It is
proposed tn begin at once the Don*
(ruction oi a line blanching of! from
tin-   at    Itawkesbury to  Montreal
Prom Ottawa the road will nut on
the south side nf the Ottawa river to
Ihe Chats, about thirty miles west ol
Ottawa From  then- H   will cross
the Ottawa   tltei   add   run along    the
north shore to Cm tage du I'm t.
whole il will again cross the Ottawa,
and    (iioneil    thrinv    nr.ulv   in a
Sudbury, and  thotice
the route   now surveyed       to
Port Art)
A featun the agreement which
will bc made with the company is
that tie- . ol the bonds is
dependent arrylug ol traffic,
tnless spe ,. . r uted otherwise by
igh to Canadian
pons It may bc noted In this connection that thi Canadian Northern,
■".hk.   11 • ,  titors, the   C.P.R.
and the 0 T p., has no American
terminus, and will, therefore, bo naturally desirous ol encouraging its
export 1 la Montreal, t^ue-
tw . Halifax « St John. The de-
cision the far-sighted capitalists
and railway builders at tho head of
'!.-     ..:,;:..;   '•   :' ;.i : r. railway logo
primiptlv ahead wltt the completion
of their transcontinental line on Ca-
lia elf an Illuminative
tbe pessimism of the
opponenl iprocity, who argue
that the vlth tbe United
state- meant •:■• diversion ol traffic
north ami   ■
H :. Mi '.:'..■■ notice of mo-
ivei silent points   of
II sets forth that
Un    :■■ e       ■ 1 ductlon    and
trade    v. real  lakes, and
the rapi Hy trade and com
merce D01 ilnlon generally,
warrant, inti rest ol Canada,
anothei line of
railway in direct   and
e on ■:.. e ol traffic, open
up portion Country at   pre
sent without railway facilities, deve-
througfa Canadian
port . on: • afford the government railway 1 In Quebec,
New Brui . Scotia and
Prince Btiward Islsnd an [ntercbange
,:' It further sets
forth that U led line ol the
Canadian '- mtario railway,
extending from Port Arthur to Montreal, will provide the uncompleted
p< rtton ' lint from Moo*
treal • ng east ol tin*
great laki
1 pon these \       es It is resolved
that 1 aid tin- con-
i.. - ween     Port
trthut si d Mofltrt si by guaranteeing
teres!     ol     tint
lies ol       the.
r 1 13,000 per
mile        ; est tn tbe guarsn-
0f| Bt three ami
1 tn- hall ; : urn, payable
ball year! ■      Ipal lo be pay*
able In flftj yean hereafter The
governmei 1 may, ibjci 1 to ihe pro*
■ Mm 1 to bt passed      for
such purpose, enter Into a contract
with the company, fixing the terms
and conditions upon which the guarantee is given ami nl the security to
be taken thenfor. Tin- guaranteed
-.counties shall be ••• ired !>v deed of
trust, granting a first mortgage or
charge upon the line of rallwa) extending from Montreal lo Port Arthur, ground . buildings, roiling
stock, etc , ranking nftet the mortgages ami chargi sted by two
tiusi deeds made 11 Hie comuany to
the Butisl Km pin Trust Co, and
the National Trust Co, dated July
u, ism, and lum It 1008, respectively, and after the thirty-year
three and one-hall pel cent debenture
stock, issued under such trust deeds,
In so fnr as smh debenture stock
may from Urns U lime be unexchanged ami outstanding, and such deed
(Continued on page eight) THK   0KANBR0OK    IIKKA1.I)
SAFEGUARD THE
HEALTH OF CITIZENS
VOTE ON SEWEUAC1E Hi l.\U TO
BE TAKEN MONDAY, MAI
22ND—PUBLIC MEETINO
TO BE   HELD TOMOI1
BOW (FRIDAY)
S'lCIHT,
(Continued from page one.)
Mr. .lohn Haddin, the company's
chief engineer, tor some definite
statements in thai connection. Ih
reply the Herald has received the
following:
Editor The Herald:—
Sir: I have jusl received your let-
1.1 of   the liih slating thai  the a-
•rllon has hwit made thai a sewer
ago system for Cranbrook cai i   In1
installed   for   "anything   like Sluo,
i "    In topi) woyld sm> that,  nl
the lime our reporl and estimate
was made up, we were . ctunity
construellng Ihe system nl \ t'in-:
(win-re the conditions and th
io a large extent similar li those
ai Cranbrook) ami our costs v ero
based on the work lliore, but malt
Ing due allowance for llu- higher cost
of labor, ami the more difficult
si< net   excavation.     The prices    ii
OUr estimate for Cralilnmik an- .il
llu- Wily from leu cents lo fifty ceil
a fool higher Han nl Vernon, de
pending on ihe depth, sl/e of pipe
etc , and thai is ipiite sufficient lo
meet the conditions mentioned above
in addition to this, ihe cosl of lib
pipe has dropped during lho pai i
year, uml I see no reason whatevet
for the slightest doubt thai tin
sy.slcm can be Installed complete foi
llu-  sunt named.
I haw also Hen I n lettergram i
reply lo Mr, Itoherl on thi i ipn
lion of cosl. which you mi rjil   ice
Trusting Ibis will he sail foci n
for the presenl,
Y.tus failhfully,
John Haddin.
Calgary,  \li.i . May IStli, Mil.
In Ihe discussion that has been i1
progress recently am-nt the propo ed
sewerage system the argument h t
lieen advanced thai Messi i. (fall a
Co's estimale did not make sullicn-in
allowance for cosl of excavation
etc.
Dealing wllh this very point, then
is on file in the city clerk's olfii i
communication    I  the Oalt  Co
under date nf .Ju|j jmli, l«n(|, 'J\
quo tc:
"In looking ovei our report ni
sewera * ■ on will note that the I
Miiis up, bin ivi i avc had lo nllov
for dee|. .iii.i di(Den11 excavation, am
the handling of underground wnlet it
the trenches over a gtwd portion u
the system."
In reference lo another pidnt n
by opponents of the sewerage hy
law, that the Ball companj gn ill
exeeeilcil theii estimate ol cc I li
installing n sowerapic system a
Porl Vrthur, the following reply t.
a telegraphic i|Uon by City fieri
Roberts will be found thorough!) c*
plana Ion and satisfai lory:
T   U   Roberts, Cranbrook, B.C.:
Porl \rthur sewerage not Installed
bv ns We do not know anytime.
ahont   ils   cost Suggest   you  v, nt.'
Vlayoi Husband, Vernon, with refei
'•me io  om    v.i.ik     there. Estimate
was hiiv five il -and. wi ik cost un
ilu lift) foui thousand \|jhi v riti
s.cieiaii Itoberts, U'ctnskiwiii. Sew
• is there estimated sixty-four thou
sand ami Installed l.v us foi lift)
eight Ihotisnnd,
-lohn Oalt Engineering Co.
Calgary,  Vita
Thai the flail Engineering compatij
are authorities in tin- mallet , ■
sewerage is amply established hy llu
large number ol important and ■ n I
h sewerage lystems that they have
Installed In all parts of Canada,
■i "g which an- the following:
Amherst, \ s, sewerage designed
ami built at a cost ol 100,1)0(1
Banfl, Vita . waterworks and ■ u
erage, for the Dominion government,
cosl   1)00,000
Colllngw I,    out , waterworl  .
sewerage ami electric Ugh tin . en
1136,0011
Porl    Prances,   tint . waterworks
sewerage and   elet trie Ugh tin ,
fan,	
Indian    Head,   Sash , wnlerworl .
sewerage and   eleclrli lightIr
tiso,	
Medicine      Hat,      Alio .     SCWl    i
works, cosi (00,000
Oshawa. Out .     plans .mil  IpCClflCll
lions bo    waterworks nnd   ewei
system Lo cosl tl 50,000
Ottawa,  Out ,   main   dun.., ■
subsidiary sewerage, cosl 1500,1	
Palmerston, Onl ,   waterworks and
sewerage, cost  (00,000
Prescott, Onl , waterworks, sewet
ngo and electric lighting, cost H75,
inm
Regina, Sask . sewerage ami sewage disposal, cosl 175,000.
Vernon. It c . waterworks and
sewerage, cost   (SI,000,
Wnifviiio,   N  s , scwi ragi
cosl t.18,000.
DOWN FROM THE NORTH
IIE\      EATIIEH     COCOLA    PAYS
HIIIEF \ ISIT TO \ ANCOI -
VKIt.
\ recent issue of the Vancouver
Province contains Ihc following it
ii reiiec Lo a visit paid thai city by
liov. Palhcr   Cocola n few days ago:
Bronzed by winter winds, burned
In ihe suns of lho short, hot northern summers, hut   wilh scarcely     n
■d
his rugged face   to
years   of service
d   those men whe
he history and lit
Columbia as   ilu
For soreness of ihe muscles whetli
or induced by violent exorcise or   in
jury, Chamberlain's   Liniment   is
cedent.   This liniment is also lilghl)
calcei I for the relief it affords    in
iais oi   rheumatism,     Sold by   »H
dealers. ll n
Today's store advertisements pro
bably contain Information of M
MEDIATE VALUE TO YOU.
wrinkl
toll ol
Ki'l.i .
! lVe [i
era t ure ol BrI
"mlssionm j pioneer."
I h' In back iu   Vancouver, the first
time     in three years,     on a week's
consul la I Ion   with his superb r    re
■ lal   Hi hoolt   and  olhci
mai lol ■■ of progressive Interest lo his
li.di.in1' ol Ihc up
pet  i ountrj       \ little man is Path
-  t .  ■■'.!. whose   short-cropped hair
lands   m n   1111    wiry brush giving
.mi  belled by    bis'
refull) polite man
s   wilh a delicious
it ing, ami choosing
. word i   with care, accenting    un
expected  syllables, on Hie whole con
veylng the   impression of a tromend
. husia itic   man, who    lakes
infinite    [i.litis   that   bis enthusiasm
shall ni I     run away with him.   Per
•laps    it   is     'this      vital    interest   In
I bin       which lias   kept  lite reverend
, for   il is almost     im
eali/e that  lie lias     seen
of the  marvelous wesl
i .ii Host inception.
■oeola  Is one of Ihc     men
head   ul the railroad."
Lett  with   eh  of     Ihe
mill   nf Hi.   early days
1' ■■
low von,       !
noi lie    H'c.i
li '!( actvnt, liesil
..   Oil  I     ) mM..
I,. I
the   growth
who "kee|
III     I"
tl.lt
ago
. si ill "ahead of   the railroad." lb
is associated    with  much nf ihc ro
mantle glamoui    or   the early days
\ml   today, as   ilei11>  years ngn, he
i- still "ahead ol   Ihe railroad" ami
hi  lory.
Ho    i.ii Irom the railroad?      Wt
hoadipiarters on   Stewart
Lake—tli.ii    i —lei   me sec, about  flvi
from   Vshcroft, and we
hundred miles still north   ol
Fort f.'eorgc      Vlt li li, there is       a
countn    I tell     you.     Main
1    n i oining in there now. It iv
ntry,    n great country,
wine tin;   II  u ill make, but  now "
on ml father shook      his
ii
"Too  many   go in lliere. They un
i nol conditions. They realize
not thej  musl hai e money, and much
money—capital—to succeed in so new
\i.'i ii  Is nol Ihc place lot
. nd     \ uung children       No:
  will come, hui yes'
i ikamt an. see the Koote
iays;. 1 remember when they were all
nothing, nothing, a rugged wilder
ni is—and Itehold them now! So it
.-.ill bc wiili Ihe upper country
Conditions will change, but now—"
an inimitable French shrug suit] vol
,. ie
But yon    knou   ol Fort George—
I] —ami I am lo tell you    ol
the i. tintry where my work now lies
ii    whal    shall   1 speak.     There is
little to Intt resi To make      my
i  stal I    (com Stewarl  Lake—
headquai ters,     yon   understand—and
Ino mile ■ we travel by water,
then portage ten miles.     A beautiful
■ountr)  lit    along the   Stewart ii\
i. and Slewnrl   Lake.    Fertile s .il.
level—one      il;u   it    will     bc  a    gn.il
rmlng country.     Then follows   the
Ions i rip b) wati r    up Lake Bablnc
t hi     rei i  lal ■   •   one hundn*d miles
1 ii We     make Ihe Hip by canoe,
Idi ii storms render the passage
ii tv   flan  ■■tin, .  and  IHICCI lain.      Once
ti l.i I  i eal 's Irlp we wen- all   but
die   In lian i had boats    out
[oi     us,   set ing the storm
mlng up, and we all barely escaped
!>< > t mi un tains     ami
<:i' Ipito ■      i i'i ■  which dip sharplj
o die    water's    ■ dgc make landing
ilaci       diiTicnll     lo   find,   and   the
'     come   nlmosl without warn
mg.
on the shtirss i f this lake lies an
undeveloped    mining   dlstrlt i    which
hall      help   make    British   Columbia
Vboul halfwaj down    Ihe
■ ■■I   t 'ronln silver lead
pn |HTt). which   will In- a very rich
■ dm . tat. fat   i ransi ending the    ex
thai St. Eugene
i aj it' Beyond lies
the   Bulkley    Valley,   another lerlile
. i lion
'From Ihe    lit h ne  lake we atari
ni     dog teams over
ihc it.ni the mountains
dred nnd sevent) live    miles
tl p range, ovei ..II hut      im
pas able   ci untry.       There  are   no
white    men in here as   vet.     I rely
wholly upon Ihe   Indians, ami     last
\i.it    nol   one ol   my brave fellows
■ aped   "frosting."     \ll bad frozen
1 ■! ii   or feet to i how    for the
■I ■ ■   n! Ihe 'ev.'i Ie trip.     Al       o
mall tndiati   n ip midway I change
m)    ' 'i v.       '', r . -. i ■ -,i >rn • ut,
and whin we reach Elton, the end ol
trne). this   new crew also is
shausl d nnd I musl get me a third
i       ence tin- lourney hack,"
Slmph. quietly lold In n voice rip-
Ith laugliler at a hit of
fun, with nlerl eyes brightening    at
memorj    ol   some   wild    adventure,
■. Hal, i h li in human Inli rest—so runs
ither'   dory, like      a
ii   from   some Ihrilllng old
lime it - mi nf the S'orlhland
The    nehi ol boy,   idiv years Irom
now, shall stud)   it ami rail il "Cn
u.idiati  Hi ion "
Will Build
You Up
and Make
You Strong
Old people, tired, weak,
run down people, delicate
children, frail mothers, and
those recovering from severe
illness, this is a fact.
Thousands of genuine testimonials from reliable people prove this claim, and to
further support the fact and
prove our faith in what we
say, we unhesitatingly declare that any one who will
try a bottle of VINOL will
have their money returned
without question if they are
not satisfied that it did them
good.
chanhrook nni ci « hook co
Agents.
CENSUS ENUMERATORS
hatiieh in 'lows nni prelim
IN'AKV    INSTRUCTIONS
PROM commission
EH KOHEIITS.
in tli,
ir which
ih. will
in i
The census ciniiiH'riiiiii's
I :.i;. 1   Koolcna)   division,
Mi   T   M   Roberts, nf   Hi
■ii i :is   commissioner,   have ■:
in town fur Ilic   piirpi si' ni n
Instructions in Un'   worS tn I
rormctl hy them.
The 1'iinin.iiii.irs nre us follows:
t'ol hin district—John E. Wrcnn,
II II Mooille, nco, II. Molk-rinotl,
(lolilcn; M. Munton, Atlielmer; IV, II.
Dawson, VVilmer; I-'. Klmptoti, Win
1.1 nni,-
Penile district—Tt. II McEwan,
Pernie; .las. McKeclmle, Morrissey
Elmer McKco, llosmer; Murray El
ilcr, New Michel; II. W. Rogers, Coal
Creek; llnrrj  Mlard, finite.
Cranbrook district—.1. P. Ilueh
croft, IV. S. Hell, .1 II. Doyle, Cum
lirtok; .1. I-. Parrell, Moyle; Oeo. \
Hayes, Porl Steele; A, E. Cnrlcr,
Kimhcrlcy; A. II. Smith, H'asa; V I
Harrison, Cranhrook; C. A. Mackny,
Mnyie.
Tho census el Ihe Indians in tli
Easl KiHitenny district will lie takei
hy Indian Agent It. I.. T. Oalhralth,
ul Porl Steele.
A DRY SADDLE WHEN
IT RAINS IF YOU WEAR
tffNERs
POMMEL
SLICKER
The lonit ifTvice
and the com(otl it
fives make* it the
Slicker of Quality
Sold Everywhere
TOWER  CANADIAN  OILED
CLOTHING CO.,  LTD..
Toronto.  Can ad ft. "l
New Season's
WALL PAPERS
Just Arrived
**********************
* *
I Archie Waller i
Builder and
Contractor
♦
♦   SoptioT
X      wm
. uml Concrete
iinorally a
itulty.
EsC'inates   Freely (iiveii. t
P.O. Box .ltd *
Cranbrook,  B.C. ♦
********--to***********
Mrs.  Arnold Wallinger
HF.DAI.1ST    OF     THE   LONDON
ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
TEACHEH OP THE Vlnl.O
application.
Address P. o. f'iti
WATER NOTICE
I, Francis   Downos,   nf Flagstone,
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A tellable
pitta ,i. exc
generally.
■er lulls.  Tbese
i.-eiibitlna I lie
 iyitem.   Refuse
I>r. ,lo Van's lire mibl at
the Province of British Columbia, I StV&Wittriia
giro niili::, that rai tin Stllh dm oi'|II1*s,!cl:Jl1 "™'-■'■« »t «wh»:i„m.»",t
May, lllll, at eleven o'clock In the "''"' Bal° "' '"'"""' 5""""J' * Co-
foictiiioii, I Intend to apply to tlio
Water Commissioner al Itis Olllce in
Cranbrook, fur a license to take and
use one cubic toot ol water nor
second from 13dwards Lake in the
Cranbrook Water District. Tbe water
is to be liilit'ii Irom Edwards Lake
al (be bead ot tbe dlteli authorized
by Waler Record 225, and is lo bo
used on wesl. balf ol tbe nottliWUSt
quarter of tbo southeast quariot ol
I,ni 3G5, containing sn acres ,or Irrl
gntion purpmoB.
llarvoy, McCartcr and Macdonald,
III fit      Siilieiltiis for Die Appllct.nl
CENTURY RESTAURANT
U|i|iii»llo O.l'.K. Station
THE    PLACE     TO      (Ib'.T    A
QUICK MEAl. AM
(tool) MEAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
NOTICli OF MEETING
NOTICE is hereby (,'iven t li.it
tin' Annual Hi ni-i.il MceliiiB r.f
'lie slinri'hulil.-is of
THE SOCIETY CIRL MINING COMPANY,
LIMITED
will bo lu-lil in tho ollicii of the
i lompatiy, Moyie, It. ('., on
TUESDAY, JUNE G, 1911
nt 1.30 p.m.. for tho purpose ol
'-lectin!.' directors for the ensuing
year and tlie transaction of bucIi
.>tIi,-r Imsiiu bs ns may eouio before
tin' incctinR.
J.P, FAHRELT.,
1-' It Sccruiary,
DENTISTRY
Dr. II. E. Hall, D.D.S.
Crown and Bridfio Work
a specialty.
Photic No, 2U0     Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook, l!(.'.
•••••••••••••••
9 O
: FOR SALE CHEAP :
e   •
2     1 TAYLOR SAFE      *
a 20 \ 30 front ^
I  2 SILENT SALESMEN *
w I.-;..I.,   f, •
WATI-JI1 NOTICE
I, Reginald s. I'hllllpB, ol Flag
slime, in Hie Province of British Cti
lumliln, glvo notico Unit mi tlio BOtli
day t.f May, 1011, ai elovon o'clock
in tbc forenoon, I intend U\ apply to
the Water Commissioner al Mb Office
in Cranbrook, for ti license In lake
and use three cubit' feel nf waler per
second from three springs rising on
subdivision one, nf 1 .ot 300 in tlie
Cranbrook Water District, The water
is to be taken fnun the said three
springs ami is tn he used nu sub-illvt-
ston one ol Lol 867, containing 100
acres, for Irrigation purposes.
Harvey, McCartcr and Macdonald
m .'it    Solicitors for the Applicant
Efemlqvmrtors lor nil kluds nf
Repairs
Satisfaclion Gnaraulecd
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shnc Si inlinl
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP   EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilhiniiiiii
Muss, of Cranlirook, B.C., occupation
Spinster, inti-nil in apply Inr porrnis-
•.inii tn purchaso Ihe following ilvs-
i rilii-il lntiils:
Coaimcncing nl a post planted nl
llu' southeast corner of Lot usm.
Oroup One, tlienco south 211 chains,
more or less, to lho north boundary
of Lol    1831; thenco westorly   along
sniil I mlaiy scvcnlecn (IT) chains,
mmc or less, In the west boundary
of Lot 811-1, thenco northerly along
sail) west boundary n dlstaaco n
twenty ('21') chains, tbeaco east scv
ontccn (17) chains, rnoro or less, li
ilic point nf commonccinonl, contain
ing thirty-five (tia) acros, moro     oi
less.
Wilhomlna Muss, Locator,
Per ,1. Walsh, Agoat.
Daleil April 8th, 1911. 8-fH
OVER OS YEARS'
OCXPERIENCC
Bight ft.
• IMcCASKEY ACCOUNT*
• REGISTER •
Up-to-date  first-class
P.-ipcrhangcrs to liatifj
them.
13.   H.   SHORT
The I'ainler and Decorator
Armstronu; Ave
P.O. Uox.u Photic in
Here's a nap
$28oo.oo Cash
Buys a Fine Ranch
flO acres river bottom, Rrst-clnss
for market ujanluuiiift or liny
land; -III acres first bench, In
toot high, Real fmit binds 80
acres Beeond bench,60feet liiL-h.
nlsogood fruit land, Bottom
Imul nil f.'iii'i'il. iSiiililinoH in-
(■liiilin^ house, two bams,chicken house, etc, ns well us$2'ioii
worth o£ Btnntling tluibor. This
property adjoins tho towusitc of
Wonlncr.   Ownor forced lo sill
mi 11 lllll  Of ill-lli'llllll.
Will   i opt  $1800.00  Cash
and give olenr title, if sold ul
unci'.
Apply
It. A. Wooilfortl.
Wardncr, B.C.
• APPLY TO BOX "A," HERALD •
• OFFICE •
• I2-Il< •
•■•••••••••••
MMMtMMfJMMMMM
Columbian Wood
♦ Split Pulley
Made in B.C. for B.O,
Conditions, Stock now
carried in NcIbou t.y 3?
The Nelson Iron Works  •
Limited. tin*
>♦♦•♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
I CRANBROOK'PERNIE       I!
♦ PARMiBRS' INSTITUTE !!
♦ I'rwiilenl 1 T.h.Oiu «'
J SeereinrylS. Mii-eusui, J|
X Km Infurmslton regarding lands 0
♦ ami  ngrlcaltoru   apply   to then
♦ s,-iiei.iiv,Onmbrook, B.O. 11
Ei
Meeting
nl Wi-iliienli.v
TnAo? MAr«3
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Scientific America.,.
A hn-i'lufttt-fiy nitatntad wc#t:!7.   UmM* jt>
iitBA.,111 ol uny c .i-titiin' iuuniiit. It'iun lor
t';.i nis. (-'■::■ :. y-M, |if4at.v I'l-i'.iM. >ulil Uj
111   lowfli-iiien.
lHli!l»8Co."""»a""'Nev.Yorl(
Dnucli iimcu. H.1I F fu VVii.lilniloti, I, O.
I East Kootenay      |
I        Butcher Co. ®
I        MEAT  MARKET        ®
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Poultry, Game and Fish   ®
in Season. ®
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Dealers In
Fresh nnd Cured
.Minis.
GIVE   US   A   TltlAI.
East Kootenay
Provenzano & Sacco
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBMOOK      -      B. C
P. 0. BOX l!)4 PHONE 244
II yuo want satisfaction with
your washing   send
it  to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
S|iei:iul prtcoa It>r family woik.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hold
liilrtti'r Sliopon tin- I'li'lni-f
Tlior.iii/I.lv 11,-loil.n,-.
Rates, $2.01) a day and up.
0150. P. WELLS, Proprietor
li  TOMK1S, Manager
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
(PI 111 l>lll 1)    ASM .\i.n )
I'.iiattltc traders throughout Un* world
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LATEST FINDING    IN THIS PAM
OUS WATTSBUHO WHIPPING
CASE.
After a trial extending over three
days at Nelson, before Mr. Justice
Murphy and a special Jury, the now
famous Wattslniif; whipping ease lias
terminated in favor ol tlie plaint in',
Slater, who was awarded a solatium
of MOO, costs of both previous trials
to be paid by Hie defendant, Walls,
After the evidence, Tor and against,
was all in, A. K Walls, who con
dueled his own rase, ndflreused tlio
jury al considerable- length, One
tiling, he said, must huvo stturl.
them very forcibly and thai was tlml
the evidence showed HOmeoilt' was
not tolling the truth lie drew nl
lent ion to twelve ileflnilo and post
live contradictions of his own evld
eitee by bimself and a llllgu tiiimbet
ol other disciepaticiis and argued
thai tbe wei.nlii ol evidence was
against the Loj with regard to Hie
Incidents in ihc stable and green
bollfic. There were iu all twelve dis
propanoics in the boy's evidence, he
said. Regarding the statement Unit
Ihe two nirls were always in the
stable al Ihe lime young SI.tier fed
Ills horse he contended It was absurd
to suppose that two children of thai
age would he there as early as 0.30
in the morning.
Tlie In y's t wu description of the
assault had been "It hurt me a
little" and with regard to ihe alleged bleeding ear he spoke or the evld
encc of himself, Teddy Watts, Stml
ton and Cox who saw the boy Immediately after the thrashing. n
wanted to impress tn the minds c
the jury, that he had not committed
a cowardly assault.
He maintained that he was justified
in his action owing to the pn vocation he had received. In any case
which was hurt the most—the boy
or tin* girl? The buy had cowardly
suggested that it was the girl's
fault. He considered thai lie, Mr.
Watts bad taken (lie right course and
that be was not guilty of a gross,
cruel, aggravated assault. Such a
charge did not agree wllh the hoy's
own statement.
He described the statement "of
Slater senior that ihe defendant had
promised that only the "banker"
should know about the whipping as a
cock and hull story, He contended
that the father and son bad stayed
on at work ft r three weeks and had
then found thai they might make
some money out ol the incident
Why, he asked, should Judge Ryan
have shown ibem the way to lltk
stein and McTaggart'a oHlCc in Per
nic. He asked why was Walker, who
was iu tbc greenhouse with young
Slater, not called. With regard to
the stahle the evidence showed that
the boy li.ul no right to go there
Slater, senior, hail said that he did
not want money. If ihe rchablllta
lion of the hoy's character was what
be wanted, the proper ami quickest
course would have been to have
summoned him. Mr, Watts, in tbc p<>
liec court. lie asked the Jury to
consider ihe amount of litigation
that had taken place over this
"trumped up affair" and the heavj
costs which had accumulated
He contended that both sun ami
father bad waived their right to take.
action because they had approved ol
the whipping .mil had stayed on loi
three weeks afterwards,
lie thought that in an isolated spot
such as Wat tabu rg ihr quick appllca
lion of Justice had ,t most Balutnn
effect and argued thai he deserved
ihc thanks ol father.and bou lot Ihe
lesson be had given the boj With it
gold lit Ihe publication .'I the Btorj
he said if the action had n< t been
taken US pel cenl ol the public would
not have known to wlmm u referred
and asked Ihc j irj lo i onsldci
the Injur] i" tbc reputation ol Mis
Bv* Wails
Mi McTaggart, counst i im plain
un,   opened   bis address    by saying
thai a great deal bad been said "I a
challenge to him io enter the box
He would be perfect!)  willing II   his
lordlhlp Would petllllt, lO do RO How
He contended      thai   ||  bail  been  Mt
Watts* duty if be though) something
was wrong to have sent for the boy's
faiin-i before taking such a step as
whipping young slain 11. argued
that the boy had done nothing wrong
ami asked Ihe |urj  it \ R     Slatci
looked like the kind of boj to run
Into trouble
The wore! thing Ihc b"\ had been
charged with was that he had said
Miss Bva was "a hi! of all rlghl "
There was no suggestion that tho
pbrast* hail am wrong in it and it
had nol been proved Unit the hoy
bad said it i
He contended with regard io the
colt stable that tbe intimacy which
sprung up between the girl ami the
hoyi was perfectly natural ami asked
if there was anything In this country
to prevent a hoy speaking to a
girl. He asked what chance vvottld
the hoy have bad of explaining to
Mr. Watts during the Incident in the
sitting room previous W tbe whip
ping and arfiiicd that Ihe evidence
showed thai the defendant had said
be was a J.P. and could do as he
liked.
Mr. McTaggart passed on to the
publication of the story. The whipping happened ou Saturday and ou
Monday lie said, Mr Watts went lo
Crniibrook and dictated lo a rcprc
Mutative ol the Assoeiatitl Press a
highly picturesque account    of    the
whipping. He contended that Mr,
Walls wanted notoriety and thai
that was the sole reason for publishing Die Incident. He asked [or sufll-
t'ient damages io compensate the hoj
and lo warn lite defendant never
again to take such a step.
Charging the jury his lordship said
lllttl the case involved on both sides
the most sacred feelings of humanity,
On one side there   was nothing more
fiiidinaiy spectacles associated with
Ihe familial circus. Instead, ibis
pageant, upon which many thousands
of dollars have been expended in cs;
cess of tbc usual amount invested by
an amusement enterprise of ibc sine
ami Importance of the Al <;. Barnes
organization, will include many lea
lures entirely new to the circus pat
adc, but which, either iu beauty or
comedy, offer   novelty of Irresistible
llkelj  lo make a man boil titan      lo  fascination,
know thai bis son hadlHeen rawhided The Al. <; Barnes is ibc only real
anil the story of Ihc IncIdOtit after- wild animal circus In tbe world
wauls published; on ihc other hand There are lions, tigers, bears, leo-
thcre could be nothing more likely Li pards, panthers, chcetas, monkeys',
sent the Mesh like hoi inn than for a 'and othei mote familial animals
man io Inar suggestions unfavorable thai perform marvels in the way
to his daughter, I horsemanship, leaping on ami oil t
His lornsbip said thai no man haiMiacks of licet     Btccds as Diet  irate]
irlbe all   the marvels ilu
ft is a
iu this big
thrill
■ '  In id
pony
a right lo whip another's child, that
stub a thing would lead lo stark
murder nnd the suggestion thai the
llreacb of the law was merely technl
cal was crioiicoiii 11 was bis duty
lo charge Ihc jury Mini a legal
wrong hail been committed and that
Hie plninlin was entitled lo some rc
dicss.
t nder the circumstances provoca
lion was no defence ami he musl nisi
direct Ihe jury thai there was no
evidence of direcl contract between
Slaler, senior, and Walls ami Uml
there was no defence on the ground of
waiver.
...It was iu the province of ibc
jury io award nominal damages if
they considered that nothing very
serious bad happened, or, on the
titer hand, .substantial damages for
the pain and humiliation that might
have been inflicted. Il was also
within their province to award punitive damages, that was to award a
m of money to punisti Mr. Walts
for his action, if they so decided.
They had to consider the relative
positions of the two parties and the
relations botween them of employer
and employee, the nature of the assault, where, how and under wbnti
condtth lis it hail taken place, ami the
elements iii mitigation or in aggravation of the action.
The principal element for them ti
consider was motive. They must
consider the (act that Mr. Watts was
a justice of tlie peace ami if he usi'd
that position to intimidate the hoy
in any way. It was also n very serious matter that Mr. Watts had published a highly picturesque account of
Hie whipping and had communicated
il  to the   \ssociatcd Press.
They must consider also Mr. Walls'
position. They must consider how
far he was justifiably angry and as
lo whal was the reasonable impression made on Mr. Watts' mind by
what he was told at the lime They
nvisl consider whether the boy was
quite as Innocent as be appeared in
court. If. for Instance, they found
that be did not tell the truth about
the hay, it would show that be was
nol quite as innocent as he appeared
Then there was the question ol the
division in the loft. Tin- boy's
evidence on these points' had all been
given lo persuade the jury thai he
lid not seek ibc company of tho
nni If they found ihat he had
ught the girl's company, which
mild be the normal healthy thing
fot  a    bo)   t"   do,     they   should con-
Idet that be bad endeavored to
place tbc blame on the girl's
ihouldcrs aad to persuade them thai
he had to pas* the colt's stable       to
btaln Inn There was no sugges
uon that there had been anything
wrong and if the boy had not been
frank nn these points it wan I it
them to consider whether he had
in\ ulterior motive
They sin uld consider Mr. Watts'
position ,mi being told that a boy of
IT ami his daughter, It years of
age, bad been found in a stable to-
getbei ami thai on the girl's mother
approaching he bad crepl out of a
window He look it thai no man
would in such a ease be in a
particularly cool frame of mind One
viiii---. fox, had sworn ihat be bail
warned young Slater to keep awai
from    ibc girl,     The Jury      should
msidei Him mallei ami thai the
hot hail subsequently not kepi away
Whether Hie statements about the
In y put before Ml   Walls were    true
i nol tbe Jury should consider how
it would appeal tn Mi Watts aad
then saj   whcthei he should be visit
ii with heavy damages Some sug
gestlun bad been made that others
were Interested in the action with
tlie   Slaters Itr   asked   tbe Jurj
what evidence there was of that
riiey musl ati not on surmise but
•n evidence
His lordship concluded by menlitii
Ing Ihc conflict ol evidence regarding
the duck pond ami again directed ihc
ny to consider the effect on Mi-
Walts' mind in bearing such  reports
.hoin the boy and his daughter.
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MING Wil.I) ANIMAL CIRCUS
WII.I. BK HERE MONDAY
MAY 20TH,
"Totally different from anything
foil   have ever seen before."
Tlml is Ihe keynote of the success
if the AI. G Barnes Bin Three King
Wild Animal Circus, ih.it comes to
Craubrook Mondny, May- 29th next
for two performances, the Iirsl ol
which wilt iH'i'in promptly at two
o'clock iu the afternoon, nnd the
second al eight in the evening.
(if course, there will be a parade,
hut   It is      iiiil lo be dim1  of      (lie
at electrical speed around the three
big rings; jumping through hoops ol
fire ami otherwise Imitating the hti
man performer with such success
that the achievement s of the latlei
are frequently rendered Insignificant
by the superiority of the imitation
Again, there an- elephants thai re
produce scenes in a barber sin ;> with
such humorous , fni i thai tbe audiences arc kept in a constant roar of
sincere laughter.
\ particular feature of the Al (i
Barnes Pig Three Ring Wild Animal
Circus is tlie steel arena. In this
stronghold are inclosed al each performance the most untamable id
beasts and their human 'masters;
for a beast may he untamable, but
still yield, under human dominion, to
training. Men and women both are
the trainers—a fearless, Inderal table
coterie win direct Ihe movements of
savage lions, cougars, leopards and
jaguars with tbe readiness td
school teacher handling a class of
children.
Tbe only troupe of performing Hoy
al Bengal timers, tbc same representing an expenditure of $20,000, that
is known in Hie United States is
tffcred hy Al. G. Barnes. There is
■ me other, hut that is a troupe t wiled and operated for Hie pleasure of
tile Maharajah td Ceylon. These
fierce beasts do remarkable HicVs in
the steel arena, and their si/e and
sinuous grace is such thai many ar
lists throughout the country have
used   them as models.
Bears are always popular. There is
something almost human iu their
attributes, and in the troupe of
seven which Mr Barnes presents are
acrobats and comedians thai never
fail to score "big hits,"
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321 famine Street.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  Genehai Manaqeb
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Special Sale of ♦
FERTILIZER  j
$2.00 per Sack
THIS WEEK ONLY
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
ORANBROOK - - -        It. f. 4
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WE CUARANTEE ALL TITLES
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Itirorpitratfil   lft.li
HBAI) OFFICE     -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital I'i'itl Up $6,ap(f,ii'Hi Reserve $6,900,000
Total Assets, Over $05,000,000
II, 8. IIOI.T, 1'ieslilent      K. I.. HJASE, (ienersl Mtimger
Airi'mintf nl PlrmiiOorporattoniaod Individuals solicited,
Out-uf town bin)noii receives every utteniiou.
SAVINGS DEIMRTMKNT   Deposltaol 11.00 and onwards received
■ml Intoreit allowed at current rata.   No formality 01 delay in
wltlidrawlnBt
A lidiianti (Unking Business transacted,
Cranhrnuk Itranch: D. II. Mcl.AWS, Minigcr
CAPITAL,
$10,000,000
MONEY
       REST, - $7,000,000
ORDERS
The Money Order1* of '1'he Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe,
conveniei t ai I economical method of remitting small sums of money,
ble without charge m every branch 01 a chattered bank in
I in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of
l!ic United States,
The Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained
at the Bank.
In tlie c\ent of loss of a Money Order lite Hank will, on receipt of
n satisfactory guarantee! make arrangements to refund the amount of
the lost Order, »»»
R.
.Brymner, ."lanajier Cranbrook Branch
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I A  Good   Home
*
* it 13 'lear to every man.   A home
* rtiere Peaoe, Cmifurt, Couu-utuient.
9 nnd Plenty is found. That is the reason
f                   i:i"!i throughout British Columbia, when
"Cranbrook" is mentioned think of the
f provisions Jos. Branlt has made for an
* i'leal home at the
»
l Canadian Hotel
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! RETURN OF THE FAVORITE
♦	
♦ I he Show that's Different
% will lixhibit at
X C R A N B R O O K
X   MONDAY, MAY 29
*
X ONE DAY ONLY
wo
AL.
Performances, at 2 and 8 p.m.
BARNES'   BIG   3
WILD ANIMAL
RING
300
1RCUS
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'erforming Animals
300 Animal Actors
RUSSIAN" BEARS RIDING ARABIAN STALLIONS
x 30
GROUPS OF SAVAGE BEASTS IN
SALUTATION
30
HERDS OF ELEPHANTS AND ARCTIC SEA LIONS
Twice as many  Performing Animals as last season
LIONS, TIGERS, ZEBRAS, LEOPARDS, PUMAS,
JAGUARS, in Big Steel Arena, under the direction
ol Famous Male and Female Trainers
HIGH SCHOOL HORSES, DOGS, PONIES, MONKEYS,
BABOONS AND A HOST OF NEW FEATURES
TWO BANDS
MONSTER TENTS
SPECIAL TRAINS
Free Street Parade at 10.30 a.m., Rain
or Shine
CRANBROOK, MONDAY, MAY29
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iMt.VNitttooK. UJSUAJ.D | Electric Restorer for Men
tie Herald   Publishing Coinpa
F. ,1. LtVani', Managing Bdltor,
By tlm H«al Wishing Company, | ^S^^^^SW^^1
CKANKKtlOK, B.C.. May IS, I'll I
itntity, l'n'iii;iini(. ,it'i ,iv nml .itI nexual
v-iKin'td averted (,t otico. PhoNphonol Mill
mukfl yotl n HOW innii. 1'ikc Situ Imx, ur two Itir
<r,. Matlfil loany mltlrevi. Tlio Scoboll Drug
tu., bl. Cut liar I lies, Out.
For suit1 ut Ben
Murphy &. Co..
HeoLdacche
EDITORIAL NOTES
This t-ity is undoubtedly face it
face wilh ono ol the most serious
situations that lias- contronteil if
since its Inception, it Is as unnecessary, as it would lie impuli i
tit-, to review al length all the facta
ol ilu- city's present sanitary Bltua-i
lion. No thoughtful man or wo
man, who lias paid Ihe slightest al
tentlon lo tbc discussion of the facts
in connection with the city's m-w
erage problem, can hate failed to
realize the urgent need ol Immediate
m ti« it The Herald is Informed that
there is Mill prevalent a strong hos
iiliiv io tlie passage of the
bylaw in in- submitted to lho rote
pavers un Monday, an hostility has
cd, nut upon any failure to recognize
the necessity >»f an ImpVoved sewet*
age system, but upon side Issues. We
hesitate lo believe that any nppreel
able section uf lite community will
allow any irrelevant Issue to divert
their votes Irom so essential a re
mtlrcmcnl us an efficient sewerage
system. Tbe health, ami, may lie,
I be lives ol those near and dear m
litem, are too precious Lo be made
the   sport ui municipal politics.
Municipal Ileallb Officer Connolly1!
letter, appearing elsewhere in Dili
issue, should sine as a warning tu
every ratcpnyci lie \\rites very
calmly ami with an entire absence
ol any attempt lo create unncccs
sary alarm, and yet no one can trail
bis remarks without being Impressed
with the seriousness nl the sltua
dun. Dr. Orccn, the provincial
health odlcer, gives an onuallj munis
lakahlc warning. Tomorrow cvenlnp
any there may be, who an- nol yel
convinced uf the necessity for n
modern sewerage system, or who im
nginc tltat everything is nol belli
conducted ah ng ihc best lines, will
be afforded tbe "opportunity ol ven
11 la ting llielr views ami uf auxin
Midi i|uesllons as tbe\ sec fit. Ui
would strongly advise every ratepay
er in make a point uf attending tin
meeting In a matter thai so sci
luiisly concerns the welfare r,l ih
eltj there should he united action
This is an occasion when all petit
diITcretires should be sunk and
common clTorl   made tu promote tbc
best interests ol CRANBROOK
led by WO PILLS. The
inppcars    after   one or
Is quick)
flendache ^
two doses, They tono up the
STOMACH and cure CONSTIPATION', At all defilersl 25 cents per
box, or Tbo r'lg I'll! Co., St. Thomas, Onl.
Sold and   recommended     by   Tbo
Craubrook Drug and Hook Co., Ltd
Druggists.
CRANDROOK
OPERATIC   SOCIR
TV.
The in si annual meeting or tbe
Cranbrook Amateur operatic Redely
was held al the residence ol Mr. R
T Dry inner nn Thursday night Inst
nml officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows:
President—R. T. Brymncr.
Vice President—Mrs  It     B.   Bene-
■I.
Mi
Secretory-Treasurer—D
Swcyn,
Kxettitlve Commit tee—Mrs. E. I.
Paterson, Mrs. A. I.. McDermol, Mrs
I. i: Manning, Mr. M \ Macdonald,
Mr   11   Darling, Mr. A. Raworth.
Musical Dlreclor—Oeo. D. Ingram.
Alter this business was transacted
several of the soelctfl contributed to
a musical evening, solos by Mrs. Pains, ni, Mrs. Bouchard, Miss Henley,
Mi   Drymner,  Mr. Raworth nnd oth-
s attci   which  refreshments    were
rved by Mrs. Brymncr,
NEWBRO'S HERPIOIDE.
A Scieiitilic Achievement.
Tbc discovery and turning in an
alarm nf lire makes possible tbe
heroic work of the firemen in putting
it mil.
Undiscovered, a fire spreads with
amazing rapidity, destroying everything within reach.
The discovery of the dandruff gOMi
was of Inestimable value tn mankind, but only because it paved the
way for tbe greater service, the discovery of Xewlirn's llerpicide,
Dandruff is contagious, and its
spread is checked by the use of llerpicide. This delightful scalp dress
ing kills die germ, and prevents the
bair from falling. it stops that
Itching almost instantly.
llerpicide is the one standard ami
original dandruff germ destroyer.
Any other preparation making (bis
claim is an Imitation.
Recommended ami applied by first
rlass barbels.
Send tli*-. in postage oi silver for
sample ami booklet lo The llerpicide
Co., Dept. R„ Detroit, Mich.
One dollar size bottles are guaran
teed by all druggists,
Hcattic Murphy Co., Ltd., special
Vgents.
THE BEST PLAGE
TOJAT
Always Uio Best (Jualiiy nml
(jiilurt Service. UusinouMtm'a
Lunch.   Open I Jay and NiKlit,
VICTORIA RESTAURANT
.1. SAKAUUCIU. PROP,
OPPOSITE DEPOT.
FERNIE \ssi/.Ks
CAN \DIAN BIBLE SOCIETY.
Grand Outer Guard—R, .1. steel,
Nelson.
Supreme Representative—I, Ham-
mar, Chillh aik.
Alternate Supremo Representative-
Four years, .1. L. Brown, Kamloops,
Alternate Supreme Representative-
Two yens. \ il. Ferguson, New
Westminster.
Tbe La.ins' Orange Benevolent association Will bold a basket social
and dame in I be old Masonic hall,
uver the Cranbrook Cigar Store, to
morrow (Friday) evening. Ladies
are requested lo bring baskets.
Secretary—.1. F. Smith.
Treasurer— Dr. E. W. Connolly.
And an executive of three members
from each church.
CHURCH COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low mass at 8.30 a.m.;
Iilgh mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
from 2 to 8 p.m.; Rosary and Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at 6 am at the
bsapMal.
Father Plamondon,
Parish Priest
I HOUSE PAINT
COLOR COMBINATIONS
Come in and see 111i^ hand-
soute book* It will nld you
greatly in selecting n sttliable
color scheme for your home,
i if course we sell
TI-NNIS
Tbe   Cranbrook Tenuis club season
will open on Thursday, the 18Ui Inst,
ut which time Mr. Wordcn will have
tbe courts in first-class condition. A ;
tournament   will probably bo arrang-j
ed for May 21th ami the ladies cum-'
mittee'will serve ten.
Membership fees ate now due ami
payable, to the secretary-treasurer,
Mr. Arch. Raworth. Applications
for membership should be given in ns
early as possible.
Tlie assizes opened in Pernio oi
Wednesday, Ihc Ifitlt Inst, before Mr
Justice Morrison. The first case on
the list was an action brought In
V. Ilelson against the Fernie and
Michel Railway company, running
frum Fernie to Coal Creek. The
plalatlfl was Injured severely while
shunting operations were being cai
riii! un by tbe defendant nt Coal
Creek on August 18th, 10in, nnd
brought action agalnsi the companj
fur unstated damagea. Tbe trial
was heard by a special Jury ant) oc
fiipieil the whole day, Including n
nlghl session. The jury after being | which 125,000
oul balf an b< ur, brought in rj
verdlcl in favor uf tbe defendant
company, dismissing the action with
coals.
L. P. Eckstein and I). K. Mc
Taggarl appegred for the plainHfl
and M. A. MacdonnhLfor the defend
ant company.
Rev, .1. Knox Wriglit, B.D., secre-
tor) foi the British Columbia branch
ol the Canadian Bible society, wan
in town iium Saturday until Tuesdaj
ci Ibis week. Mr. Wright preached
in the Methodist church on Sundaj
morning, ami in the Presbyterian
church in the evening. He also addressed tbe null's meeting iu the
\ M.C \. during Ihc afternoon, when
i,r outlined Ihc hlsti ry ur the English Bible.
on Monday evening Mr. Wright ad
dre   i<l   a   meeting    in   the Baptist
church, dealing wilh fin- work  itonorvices.
by the B.C. branch, hy the Canadian     Voung prnmyK    (;„ii,| on Tuesdaj
 'tj  and    bv     Ihc parent society, Lj 8 o'clock i
the British and Foreign Bible socle I nioir ,,riu.U(.0 lU K o'clock Fr day
ly. During the year tbe B. C Lyciing,
branch distributed over 8000 Bibles
iu nineteen languages, ■ f which 80
per nni were sold, The contributions fur the work in B. C. under
Mr Wrighl Increased frum $1200 In
lOOfl tu 16177 for DUO. Tbe entire
Canadian society in 1010 distributed
.:iiu,nun   ltiblcs   iin Canada iu    siune
seventy languages. And the world f ,\t the K. of P. grand lodge sis
wide work uftlie society was the sion in Kamloops lasl week, the
circulation of six millions of Scrip-1 election of officers Tor the ensuing
lures among all the nations of year resulted as follows.
earth. 11 is a remarkable fact that I riraiul Chancellor—1\ Rawllnson,
one quarter of this distribution was Nanalmo.
in  Clilna,     1,500,1    copies having    Grand VIce-ChancclIor—E. S. Winn,
been placed     iu   bands nf individuals . Rnsslaild.
there, <"i    per   cenl ol   which   were    Grand Prelate-R.   MaeKav, Kam
paid for. loops
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
May Slftt.
Regular  morning   service     nl   11
o'clock.
Sunday school anil Bible class     at
3 p.m.
Evening service al 7.30 o'clock.
The pastor will preach :il both ser-
LODGE CIRCLES
K. OP P. CRAM)   LODGE OFTIC
ERS.
One New Canadian Swenson's
Stumping; Machine, with complete
outfit ready for work. For sale at
a bargain.— Cranbrook Trading
Company.
.lust unpacking a large stuck nf
Bavarian china- Call and link over
our stock.—Campbell and Manning.
F. E. Simpson passed through
town   yesterday   en    mute   to Eng-
T€A/h
Paints, Stains and Varnishes,
because they are the very best,
being especially made for this
Western climate —no severe
changes iu temperature can
harm tins paint.
F. Parks & Co.
HARDWARE
laud. The Old Man is paying bis
first visit in the Old Country anil
is looking furwnrd to the time td
his Hie. He sails on the Mauielan-
ia on May 21th, and will spend
some time in Liverpool, Edinburgh
ami London on business.
Hammocks,—C. C. S.
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1 JUST IN
VETO BILL CARRIED.
London, May IB.—The fight in the
house uf commons over the veto lull
to curtail the powers ol the house
ol   lords ended       last     night.        \n
amendment to   reject    the     whole
bill was defeated,  103 tu 213, ami the
measure was carried on its third
reading, 362 to ML
Announcement ol the vote was re
celved with tremendous outburst*  ol
applause II is expected thai Ihe
hill will go the the huusc uf
lords at an early date
Debate in the house ol lords on
the second reading of Lord Lana
duwne's bill lor the recouttUullon
uf the upper chamber indicated that
the leader's orders will (ail to coerce
many uf the unionist peers into
voting fur a measure Involving Hum
own political extinction.
The British Columbia auxiliary   is 1   Grand Keeper of Records and Seal
preparing lo build a large depository —E. Pferdner, Victoria.
01   Bible house  in Vancouver,     for]   Grand   Master  ol     Exchequer—T,
British money    is Walker, Victoria,
already  promised.      \t the meeting    Grand   Master    nt   Arms—H.    E
on   Monday evening tho following of- \\?\{\t North Vancouver'
tiiers were reelected fur the year:     j   Grand Inner Guard—.1. W. Bennett,
President—J. V. Armstrong. Fernie.
METHODIST CONFERENCE
FINAL DRAFT     OP STATIONING
COMMITTKK-RKV. Ht'GlIES
TO BE SI (SEEDED BY
REV.   K. DUNHAM.
The final    draft   of   the stationiiu, j
committee, uf the Methodist confer
encc,   was   presented   yesterday anil
our correspondent sends the names ni
those   selected   fur    East    Kontcnaj
points   as fnlhwVs:
Cranbrook—Rev, E, Dunham
Moyle—Rev. s. F. Townsend
Klmbcrley—Rev, Edgar Benl
Fernie—Rev. John Dlmmoetr,
Michef-Rcv. Chaa. Fakely,
Coal Creek*—Rev, O, Hannon.
Creaton—Rev. M. F. Eby.
Rev. Mr.   Hughes gt>es   to Kerris
dale, Vancouver
Shingles arc responsible for 75 percent,
of the fires that destroy farm buildings.
NEponseT
Paroid Roofing
has saved valuable property from destruction in a great many
cases. Where shinnies would have served as kindling* NEPQNBET
Paroid Roofing withstood sparks ami saved the luiildinu. That
is one reason why the ureal railway systems of Canada use so
much NEPONSET Paroid Roofing.
Write for Book of Plan: of Farm ud Poultry Buildings
Thin are different NE'tmiCT Roofing* for different type* of Buildintt.
•, ■ ■ .1 ; i'i.,,i.,t, RooiinK: Pol rfitdoncn nni] nil other timlditm? niiuirinu artistic
rootlnij .in.) lidjfiff, Nr-PONSCT Paroid Roofint: Pot roofl mitl ilttrf of barns, poultry
i .ii     1'i.r pnitltn buftdlniT iliwll mid temporary structure!, NWmitT
It  .1 Roiin Roofing is utni|liftli'd.
NEPBnseT Roofint* are made tn Canada
I. W. BIRD & SON, 574 Utteridg* Stmt, Hamilton, OnUrio
I Ul!.,l.,J /<""/.(.     Orlfin.if.'i I'lmf/ilt Huh eWnff an III Jltrf,,:t ttullt>nt NfrTt,
WlUlm      Hontrtkl      Bt John. rl.t.      faMHTtt, l.O.
RulWfklptlt.HMt,       Ht-w York       Waifclaaton       ObliM*       hrtluf], Om.       Im fraacUco
Wo have just received our new
stock of
Tungsten
Lamps
These lamps arc guaranteed to
burn in any position, both
on cords and pendants.
We are Sole Agents
for these Lamps
We have also received a
New Style
OF
Toasters
at popular prices which are
fully guaranteed.
Davis Bros. Electric Co. Ltd.
The Expert Electricians
SUCCQSSOID In
THK QtJAIN ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO., Ltd,
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Il Means a Big Saving
lo buy vour Feci! from
TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
Manufacturers of tlie funions
"PR IDE  OF  ALBERTA"
anil
'MOTHER'S FAVORITE"FLOUR
Wiirolioiisii on 0. P. It. trucks.   Officii on Van Home St.
PHONE fill
I  O. B. McCALLUM
Manager
Joseph Ryan
THE FAMOUS OLD BREWER RANCH, Fairmont Springs,
U inclermore, 11. C—572 acres, situated on
Columbia River, between Columbia and Windermere Lakes, in the must fertile uml beautiful part of the Windermere country. Fee
simple title, unonouuibercd, Prior waler right
to 150 inches from Coldstream Greek, Lure,*'
portion sub-irrigated, Excellent dwelling
house uml nut offices within hull' u mile nl Ihe
Fiiiriiiount hot siilphur sprluge, (Hilisi
orohord in the Wiiiilerniere. Unlimited trie
rniigo. Kootonay Central Uoilwny, now undi r
construotioii, Btirvoyed neross twoot the lots.
Nine head uf horses uml 75 lieinl el' Hlnck. wilh
coinplote equipment nf fnrmtng lluplemeiits,
Ac Honse well fiirnisliod, Will hi' Bold n« u
going coiioorn, fully equipped, fort28,0UU, one
tliiril cnsli  mid   two iiiiniiiils ut   li   per ceul.
Witlionl stock and equipment, $22,511(1, tinuio
torms. 	
SANCA directly on the oast shore nl' rtoatonay Lake,
niie nf the must bonuliful situations in Hie
Kootenay country, 52 acres nf prime fruit
land, close by Myrtle Creek, Very little
clearing, Fee simple title, A bargain nl
$100.00 an acre will sell ut $115.1111.
40 ACRES •>! Prime Fruit Lands near Creston, Un-
olearod, Clearing, fonoing, plowing andlaying
down in clover will cost about $35,00 an acre.
Water right across it. Some beaver moadow.
The picked land of tho district. Apply tor
price uml terms to above.
320 ACRES. Fee simple title, UK) Inches of water
recorded, One mile frontage on Upper
Columbia Luke nearThuuder Mill. Ivooteniiy
Central Railway will cross it. Exceptional
bargain,   Cash nnd terms.
357 ACRES. Near Marysvillo. Over fifty acres
under cultivation, wheat, rye. broom grnss.
timothy. Complete outfit nl buildings. !j(2ti
mi ncre.* Cash nnd terms for balance.
LARGE TIMBER TRACTS AND COAL LANDS
HELD UNDER LEASE WANTED TO
PURCHASE.
AGENCY
Ocean Accident and  Guarantee
Association.
London and  Lancashire Life
Assurance Co.
Accident, Health, Plate Glass, Automobile Assurance
Why not insure against sickness?
Raworth Block.
Baker St.. Cranbrook.
MIISTI0NC
AHMIE
HILL & CO.
CRANBROOK S COMPLETE LADIES' FVMISHER
TIIONE
43
Special Inducements for Saturday Buyers
in Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery
READ THIS LIST (AliLTl I.I.V
10 Dozen Ladies' Vests
Kine liven tlirenil rasfj, Willi
i.t witli,mi fteevss, Our regular 10c, line.   For
Rapid Clearing Saturday.
,t for isc.
4 Dozen Only Ladies'
Vests
Nicely trimmed nml full iliei
Splendid riluoal too saeli.
Saturday .inly
4C.
Corset Covers
Alitiut It ilosen all told. Trim*
mod with Lacoant] tnierllon.
All t-'wA'n up lit 42.
Special  Value Saturday,
15c
Hosiery Specials
OutySdoMn If II lllack Cotton
llnFc.  Flasevou itiiosd.
Saturday      -       i<k. pr.
.1 Dozen Fancy I'mbrni-
dcred Lisle lllack Huso
A beautifullllk flnl.hril I etc.
hamtiamolf ombrolitotr.1 Um
rogutsi mi,', line.
Clearing Saturday ggcrr.
2 Dozen Only Open Work
White Lisle Hose
Pino oven thread.  Out l«ra|
70o. •inulity.
Saturday 5pt'L-ial, 40c. pr.
One Table of Remants
Dress Ooods, Flannelettes, Prints Sheetings, lite.
LESS THAN HALF PRICE
COME  IN   AND   LOOK  THEM   OVER
J
Read the Herald, $2.00 a Year j THK   CBANBBOOK   IIKltAI.I)
ARE YOU TROUBLED
WITH
THAT TIRED FEELING
Nyal's Spring Tunic uml Blood
I'urillor uru tho best retuetlles fur
il, or |ii'rlui|iH you have ti reoipu
that you want uiado up.
Bring it tn un ami it will Im
lilli'il right, wilh (lie 1'ri'nlii'tit uml
lii'Ht ilrui'.ii.
The BEATTIE-MURPHY, Co., Ltd.
Oranbrook. B, 0,
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:LAPEL
CHAINS:
FOR SUMMER WEAR
A MAN'S long felt want
hasbeen supplied in
tliu Watch Ohain to puss
through button-hole of
lapel unit into tlio coat
pocket In hnlil tliu watch.
The pattern of chains being entirely new nre different to the past used ilc-
signs.
Vol all nn> quiet enough
to please tho tastes uf re-
lini'il gentlemen. They nri'
hulh iu Storting Silver and
gold (tiled,  From SI.75 up
W.H.WILSON
Jeweler and ^Opticlnu
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LOCAL NOTES
Mr. K. II. Hull leaves tonight fcr
Ids homestead at Klneourt, Saslc.
iiitiitnincKs ni out store cost J2.T"»
-('. C. S.
l» V. Mott was up from Fertile
during the week pushing tho sale ol
automobiles.
if you uish a dinner sel arc havi
some snaps —Campbell ami Manning
It. V. Dealttc is spending a i<-\\
tin U  in    Vlcti tia lit- Will       Iir
back  about    the end ol tlie month.
* • . B tor :i hammock —C  C  s
Dr, Rut ledge is iin inmate ol St
Eugene hospital, a victim o(;ineas
Irs.
swci't tm.ii boiled ham al Kink's
Pure V i Orocerj
\h .mil Mis Clarion Sutherland
|i fi mi Tuesdaj ■ f"i their nca home
in   Cntgnrj
Do youi work Hi i. then rest In
one o| out hammocks —C  C. s
Horn—AI ihe Home hospital, Mat
mtii, h. Mi and Mis I" Miller, n
daughtei
ti e eating nnd king apples at
Ward and Harris
Hammocks al our store cost < ■ i S
f u s
THE UP-TO-DATE
FAUMEK
saves himself nml his horses by
usint! the best Implements.
Raises bigger uml iH'fter crops loo
than he who farms lis his great
grand-father did, If you want to
m ike farming pay and to enjoy it
at tlie same time, gel siime of our
COCKSHUTT HODERN
FARH IMPLEnENTS
With lliem you can do twice as
much work iu hull' tliu usual time
it takes without them. Don't lie
a shivii to your farm. Make our
implements ilu the work while you
boss the job and take the profits.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
I'Honk iki
Hi nn—At l.lii! Home hospital, May
l.uli, m Mr. and Mrs. X. Robinson,
:i daughter.
WANTKDf-Hoy with a fancy to
raise a bunch of cows. Apply \V. .1.
Atchison. J3-3t
Born—At the Home hospital, May
lath, to Mr. ami Mrs. R, I>. Johnson, a (laughter.
Sunshine is necessary if you would
enjoy good health. Buy a hammock
ami bask in the sun.—C. ('. S.
W. A. Anstlc, secretary of the
Mountain Lumbermen's association,
passed through town yesterday on
Ills  way to Calgary.
Inverness Bhortbread at Fink's Pure
Food Grocery.
Do your work first, then rest in
one of our hammocks.—0. ('. S.
The Cranbrook Trading company
have taken over the agency of the
Sluilehaker wagons, carriages, etc.,
nnd have a carload on order.
Hammocks at our stoic cost $2.75,
-C. C. S.
B. A. Hill and Mrs. Hill left this
afternoon for Blafrmorc. Mrs. Hill
will remain at the hot springs for
some time. Mr. Hill returns on Saturday .
FOR SALE.—A job lot of lumber
about ten thousand feet. Price
$50.00. Apply to Tlios. W, I.cask,
lily. 13-at-
Hammocks.—C. C. S.
IV. C. Marshall, of the Fast Kootenay Butcher company. leaves ft»i
Vancouver on Saturday. He will l»e
accompanied by Mrs Marshall, who
will remain on the etast for several
weeks, Mr, Marshall returning at the
end   of   the month.
Reception wafers at Fink's Pure
Food Grocery.
Mrs, II. Thompson, of Toronto.
mother ol 0, II. Thompson, Mrs. T
Carherl Thompson, his sister-in-law
.ind a Mrs. I.ane, also of Toronto.
have arrived in town on a visit i"
Mr and Mrs O, 11. Thompson ol
several weeks.
Si 7"i for a nammock — c C S.
li is gattrfactorv to know that the
cltj baa already received a Favorable
offer for the sewerage debentures In
the event of the bylaw carrying on
Motitlat Tins means ihat work
can   Ih- started immediately
Wc still have some Seed Rye.
Wheat, Oats, Grass Seeds, Etc.
Cranbrook Trading: Co.
Don't forgel youi strawberries and
Hazelwood lee cream tor dinner. We
i.in supply you.—Little and Atchison.
John Haddin,
town today for
ni tbe Edlaon
(Frfdaj) evening
patM t<> answer
ing with the sewerage problem
sj ".'t ft.i a nammock — c C S.
Mt   John Mann , tor a numbci   oi
\i-iiis st'iijoi   provincial constable at
tuelieil  to ihe Vann.uvcr offlCO,   and
recently   chief   conatoble    ot South
Eaat Kootenay, from which office be
resigned a  mouth ftgO, hits been    ap
pointed warden ol the provincial Jail
ai Nnnaimo
(hit OM handled different kinds ot
sweet cookies, prices from 800. to
78c Wo can please you both in
price nnd quality.—Campbell ami
Manning.
Sunshine is necessary il you would
enjoy gooil health. Buy a hammock
and husk in the sun—C. 0. 8.
City Clerk Roberts telegraphed the
mayor ol Vernon as to size ol
mains, population of city, and the
working of their' sewerage t,ystem.
In reply he received the following
from Mayor Husband: "Mains-eight
inches, increasing to fifteen; population three thousand, system very
satisfactory."
Coronation china— large assortment but it's g olng fast-get a
piece before the best Is all gone.—
Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Hammocks at our store cost $275
-('. V. S.
Rev. Father Plamondon has gone
east on a visit to his old home, ot
Three Rivers, Quebec, He has se
cured leave ol obsence for three
months, his place tWe being filled
by Rev. Father flnrllrltc Falher
I'lumoudon has not visited the old
(oiks  in      the   past   twelve years,
c v.. arrived In
i he public meeting
theatre   tomorrow
He will he pre
all questions ileal
BEST
Ih the key-nute of our Diamond Department.
We exhibit line first water
Diamonds in Hin^s Necklaces, Pendants. Ear Rings,
Etc., all superbly set in exquisite mounlingBof gold or
platinum.   Prleep:-
$20.00   ""   $250 00
Bv direct cash buying we
are aide lo Blip ply the finest
quality stones nt most mod
eiutu prices.
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jewelers nnd   Opticians
0, P, H, Watch Inspectors
ami   is   looking   forward tn a happy
re-union.
Fresh strawberries and cherries at
Ward and Harris.
Hammocks.—C. C. S.
A syndicate bus been farmed by
McQuarrle ami Ruber teem, Nelson
real estate agents, to take over limn
acres if land In lho well known Tobacco .Plains district, in East Kootenay, near Gateway. The owners of
the land propose tu colonize the
tract on an extensive scale and are
already in communication with a
colony of prospective settlers east of
the Rockies.
Fresh fruits at The Palm.
Hammocks.—C. 0. S.
As briefly announced in these columns at the time, William G. Walsh
died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Alex, Whaley, Snndrie, Alia.,
April 80th, lull, at 7.30 p.m. The
.liberal look place al Olds, Alia.,
>n May 3rd, al 10 a.m. Deceased
was horn in Ireland in 1839 ami came
to Canada in ifylfl, and to Cranbrook in 1898. He leaves f  children, three daughters, Mrs. Whaley,
mentioned above, Mrs, R. G. Cough-
Iin and Harriet, of Mm se .law,
Sask., mid Leslie Walsh, of llu-
isy.
Tuxedo chadless coffee at Fink's
pure Food Grocery,
Hammocks — C. C. s,
Tuesday evening, Maj 23rd, is the
date set for the visit of ihc Jamais- Fernie Italian hand. This excellent musical aggregation will give a
concert in the Vuditorium on thai
tvenlng, under the leadership of Prof
/.accaro. The other evening this
band gave their first concert in
Fernie, under the leadership of
professor Zaccart , and made a verj
lecisive hit. Commenting upon the
performance,   the  Free Press    sajs:
To say that Ihe concert was a
BUCCCSS would be to put. it tnildh
It was- a conquest The music carried the audience wilh it. When tin-
last  number was played the audience
itihl scarcely restrain their enthusiasm The general public now
reali/e that they have the material for the best band m Canada rigbi here in Fernie and that
all ihat was needed was proper Instruction and leadership to reveal
ihe artists."
Brook Bond teas are always good;
three grades;   prices   rife ,   60c. and
ne. per li* —Campbell and Manning
Hammocks that cost more will
look no better and give no more comfort than oars al $- 75.—C C.S.
Last Monday evening the cubs
met Ihe Movie nine in a baseball
match   and did them up, '  to 1   •
Prof. T W. Shannon Opened bis
lecture course in this city at the
V.M.C.A. last evening, when ho
spoke ti men only, taking as his
subject "Knights ol the 20th Century."    This afternoon he was     to
eti
address a met
at the Presbyterian church, i
"The Qlrli ami Hei Mother "
evening  ai 8 o'ch ck   he will :
i only
inject
Till.
.lilies-
a public meeting it
church, subject "Si
1 J.Jo p.m. tomorro
Shannon will nddrc
ployed at tlie < I
p.m. be will dclivei
Methodist church
Problems," open ti
the
o I'li'shylcti.ui
Grapes."   At
(Friday) Prof,
he men em-
bbops.     Al S
address iu the
"Presonl Day
public
Green peas, green onions, radishes,
asparagus, ripe tomatoes and cucumbers at Little and Atchison's.
Sunshine is nceei aij il you would
enjoy good health Buy a hammock
and bask in the sun — r   ('. s.
Davis Bros., tin electricians, are
arranging to bandh Flexitime Prisma
tie signs in   Uiin - Hj     These sign
revolution,
OILS Ii. Ihr
n in durabil
ilruetlon, beautl
brilliant lllumln-
rent
Hi.ii
in-
said
represent a gre
Oi mlng many Ob,
common electric
Ity,   mechaiiir.il
1 ul day appear.ii
itlion and   rentalkal.h     low   a
consumption, the Klexlume sign
supremo and appeal     trongly I.
servative nieichaii1 |Jn* illitu
ing effects of thesl signs are
prising, when it i- considered
only one lamp a letter is used,
stead of seven or eight H (g
ihat a Floxlumc sign will Bnvc
em ukIi in current t nnsumplion to
pay the first coal in ahoiil twelve
months. Messrs. Davis Bros, will
have some of these Flexitime signs
on exhibition shortly.
St. I vol tongue in glass, New
shipment at Fink's Pure Food Groc
cry.
Hammocks.—C. C. S.
Now is the time to net rid of your
rheumatism. You will find Cham
herlain's Liniment wonderfully effective. Ono application will eon
vince you of its nieril i. Try It. Foi
sale by alt dealers. 11 tl
I. IL Manning received a telegram
today informing htm that Ihe wife
of his brother, II K Manning, died
yesterday at Sussex, N li. Mr. II
K. Manning worked all last winter
with Messrs. Campbell and Manning
and   only arrived home on Tuesday,
D. 11. Drewery, general manager ol
ihe Kootenay Teh-phone Lints, Limited, who is a ret
Spokane, is very
ed wilh Cranbrof.
rounding district.
is pleased to be
ground in a section of lho province
fir which he predicts a very brlghl
future. When more of the land here
abouts is under cultivation, ne pro
diets a lame Influx of settlers. Mr
Drewery intimates thai the company
will tune a lot of impoMaui work
underway in the course of n few
weeks, plans [or which are m w in
course of preparation, The com
pany Intend building another circuit
Into Paynes Lake right away and
also hope to make lone, distance
connection with Corbfn in tbe near
future. Mr. P. II. Holmes, of Med-
lord, Oregon, will arrive tonight td
loin the staff as superintendent ol
plant. He will he accompanied bj
bis wife.
Creaton buttermilk at The Palm.
Hammocks— C. C S.
The Western Canada Irrigation as
soctation'a fifth annual convention is
io he held at Calgary, August «, 0,
Iu and tl. and will he addressed b\
several experts. Among those who
are qualified i< attend are: The governor-general ol Canada, members <>f
ihe Dominion cabinet, the senate ami
the bouse of commons, the Dominion
commissioner of irrigation, superintendent of forcstiy, the director and
' superintendent nl Dominion experimental farms, fire representatives of
the Canadian Society of Engineers,
two representatives from each Cann
diait railway and one from each ag
rieiiltural papei in Canada.. From
the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia! The lieutenant governors, the
members- nl   the   legislatures,      the
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MR. FARMER i HASN'T A POOR PIECE OF HARDWARE OFTEN COST YOU FOUR TIMES TIIF. PRICE
OF IT BECAUSE YOlf HAD TO LOSE A H HOLE LOT
OF TIME COMING TO TOWN TO GET ANOTHER ?
BUY YOUR HARDWARE FROM VS. AND YOU WILL
SAVE MANY NEEDLESS, EXPENSIVE TRIPS AND MANY
DOLLARS ON REPAIRS
WE SELL THE BEST HARDWARE. BECAUSE IT
PAYS VS TO SELL AND YOV TO BVY TIIF. BEST.
J. D. McBRIDE
Shelf   dnd    He&vy   Hardware
COLDr
JS
I'" you know flu' ri'iison for this
cool weathert
"ur big window is full nf
HIGH CLASS
REFRIGERATORS
Ono of these in your homo will
unsure this i'uoI teinporutura for
your tJiL.lt.- delicacies nil throuKh
tbe sweltering heat of Buintuor.
PATMORE BROS.
"THE RANGE STORE"
deputy ministers of provincial departments, provincial irrigation com
missloners, three each for all Irrigation ami Irrigation colonization coin
panics, two each for alt agricultural,
forestry and live stock associations,
live each Tor all cities, appointed bj
the mayor, two each for boards ol
trade or similar organizations, two
eaeh for all town, village or rural
municipalities, to be appointed by
lho mayor, reeve or overseer, two
each for all Canadian clubs, to be
appointed by the president, the sup
'iiiiiemleui or representative ap
pointed by him, for each experimental
ir demonstration farm, three rcpre
rnI;tlives from other irrigation as
loclallous to be appointed by theh
presidents. Any parties wishing In
have   resolutions  considered   shoul i
ml lliem to the secretary, J. T
Hall, Brandon, before .luly 10.
Fresh fruits and vegetables arriving
iaily at market prices.—Campbell
and Manning.
Hammocks In all colors. Price
S2.75.-C. C. S.
Jjirge furnished room suitable foi
two gentlemen or man and wife,
wilh use oi    piano       Apply Herald
llitr. \2-:i\
TO RENT.—Furnished and unfurnished rooms to rent. Apply to
Mrs, F. M, Cox, Van ' Home
St. ll-:n*
George J. Main, who has been en
gaged In mining in California ."r a
number of years, arrived in town
on Sat unlay to visit his brother,
Rev, c. 0. Main Mr. Main was on
his way from New York, where he
was Interviewing capitalists having
holdings in bis mining properties
lie left nn Tuesday to ti-ii I thei
relatives in Vancouver on his way
hack lo the south.
Little and Atchison, headquarters
for Hazelwood Ice cream ind Hazel-
A'ood Double .Jersey huttf imilk.
Hammocks.—C. c. s.
FOR SAI-K.-Henry Wortbington
duplex steam pump, size Iil2fx4; In
e,nod condition, price S.'i" nn, also
taw mill machinery.—T. W. Leask,
Cranbrook. 10-31'
The Cranbrook Lawn Tennis club
has decided to give a subscription
dance for the purpose ol Increasing
their finances. This will take place
on the evening ot tho 80th instant at
the Masonic halt and hy the way ol
novelty they have hit upon a children's party for this big event. It
will not hr a masquerade, but all
the guests are to appear in the
itarb  of their childhood days
Leave your orders with us and get
the best of annds and prompt delivery.—Campbell and Manning,
FOR SALE.—New tent, ten ounce
canvas, ten by fourteen, three tool
wall, never been used, cheap. Apply
after its, 5 Beatty's shacks, ''ran
brook. 1 l-2t*
Anything wanted in the lathing nr
shingling line address R. Wright,
ffest Fernie. It c U It*
Dainty New Wearables
Vou will linil iu this storo n bantlsomo showing of
Dainty Lingerie,
Beautiful Pongee Silks, Embroideries and Corsets
Wash Coats and Separate Skirts
Visit tliis store uml lei us
tbe splendid display of Ne« I i
VYHITEWEAR
<.',-,»>':, A  oomplote  rmifjo ol tvery-
*'. t>   J thiiiu'     t'erj .   : i   and
dainty styles.
I    '.   '    I     PONCEE OR SHANTUNG SILKS
S@^s#      '
Nearly evi uiiing
Botne  exti ilitj.
suitable Eoi
50B. TO SI.25 PtR YARD
CORSETS
The imui Iflrity ot
our Corsi : I    | nrtnit'iil   con-
tinaes.    A in               every
HK»re $1.00 TO $4.00
SEPARATE SKIRTS
An   • v.: i. of nil
i-oiors in nil 1 ■ :i.
torinls S4.5D TO SI7.50
ASK FOR A JCXE FASHIO
McCREERY BROTHERS
Ctanbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
iiicti excelled In ii e and de orat o
anything i f the kind made befon
v.    It  consisted of a huge
(lobe about !">   ft. high, represei
earth, and decorated to Illustrate
the tour seasons, with Ceres and    a
hand of Cupids borerlng ovt
scattering upon the world sif-.-
plenty and Iruittulneas     It took -
■ral years to complete the work   ..
i     Bpet Iaily designed   potti r"
was needed to Bre    Hie -    ■
i    mounted   on a pedestal       and
plinth.    The successful cotnpteti
the globe was regarded as a triumph
if the nt ttert art     In ISM it was
imashed   on   the    way to the Pari-
exposition, b'it   wa« repaint! by Mt
Jahn with erf-a' skill. < nlj to be   utterly destroyed a few years ly-
the fire which  di itroi •■ ■ Ibe Bi
Held W( rks
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JOHN  PAXTONf
TAILOK t%
Goods not baring arrlred there T
( i-» little   doing   except   taking J
\ ordei" and talking at<uut Home 4
Rule, the abolition "f the Hoosa w
of Ixtrds the   Ring's   Corona- ♦
tion,etc.   IwonWalikes 4
PARTNER.
to attend t-> the derieal sroi
witli  any*hare   froni   |J00 lo *
fl.O'io. La-iy or GentUmsn.  Ten '
per cent will  be   paW  1 n  s ■
capitals and if they are ahle to [
post $1,1*00. ft site will be pur-
chasedand said |>artii»-rran hold .
title a» security,
T     Apply in   strict eonfiilence to '
S      JOHS PAXTOX, City
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The death has taken place al
llampstead, at  tbe age Ol B8, of Mr
John Paasmore Bdwardi, politician,
phllsntbroplsl and journalist lie en
lend the house of commons in ""
and he edited the "Echo"—which be
jmrt based ft r twentv years Ills
name uiii be renemberrd ehlefly in
ConfteetiOB With the many publtl In
itltnUoai of which be was tin-
founder Twenty-flre free llbrarli 1,
inimerotis driiikiin: fountains, i»"
hospitals, technical schools at Sew-
t«'ii Abbott, and the Sailors' Palace
ai Llntefaousr ate nntong the lasting
nietnorlall (f his kimnI works One ol
Iii- heal known foundations was the
Passmore Bdwards Sett lenient.
Tavistock Place, Bloonsbury, f'>r the
promotion of education, which Lord
Morley opened thirteen years ago
To this be gare filo.OOO, and be t"i
lowed this later with a itift ot
ill,mo for the Paasmore Bdwardi
Mall, btiitl for tbe London Cnlver
ilty School of Economics. He tMce
dei Itnetl 1 telghtbood
The death has taken plan- at the
age nf se\enty two of Mr l.niiis 11
Jahn. the designer of the famous
Itrownneld rase He was for a l<in«
time art director nt BfOWnfleWi
Htaflordshlre, then a renowned Are
i.f ehtM manufacturers Whilst with
theu lie dei/Md nnd riinied out   ttin
pt.ttiinto.il ■■( ihr remarkable     sine
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HOUSE BOAT
"ISABEL"
LAKE WINDERMERE
The " Isultfl "  Iihs been *
, put in oommfttfon uwl is tied ]
up ut Atlialtm-r. *
Convenient for paatengeri 1
coming either by bofttoranto- j
mobile
Motor boats, oanoet 0? rigs,
» arranged f<»r on board.
UPPER   COLUMBIA   TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
K. P. ARMSTRONG, PrasHuit i
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Fruit, Agricultural, (Irs/ins and Timber Land*.
Insurance. Stocks anil Bonds.
Wholesale Dealers in Lumber THE   OUANimoOK   HERALD
News of the District
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ELKO
ui
whistle
1.11,1.
(By Fred Roo)
There's   mini' religion i
limn in a whine,
Chlel "I Provincial Police Sllnty,
nl Penile, ami Crinslablc Hi1; Hi"
Leneoy, visited Tnliaecn Plnlns   Un
Week, mill  il   I* CXpcl I'll  llul    ..
Mounted   Police will I ililcil lo Hi.' j   *'''•   •'
[nrce nrmmil   Tobacco Plains,     nml! Mtrfsel
Hit.,   .in-    needed   down   In      Uml I'" '"' u«
[office nf the comiinny nml when   you
j waul i" iin Imsiiu'ss with llu* Koote-
Lnnd company jusi     tiiiR
luml   .mil nni' short,   bo[|
Mi. Si'haiiwecker will   i.-ll
mill    il.
I   Morrow si,Id nni' nf   his
this week,    c.itisiileiaiiiin
inn all
Mi   s
lint' row
III  'l"M
\ Tnrntey went In New
n Tuesday fin* mole teams
.1 lit  lho   Knolenny    lllvci
eotnitrj
Tin- hasi'iinii same Riinilnj between
.Michel ami  Klk., was wm. In   Mlelll'l
Mnliil   was tn play   Walll i    tin-
Klku diamond tint    lallotl in. appeal
so ti, maki' the visitors feel at Ilium
Hi- Elko    hoys   put    mi a li'nn ami
played  a   very  good game. Tint nre
a   very iii'i'  h li    ol hnts,     Ihc
Michel hunch, ami the game was
exciting ami very Interesting nnd
lironglll "in almost as many people
as a church service. The Michel
iiiasint was sure a coml one and
gave some very valuable iufniiiia
linn ns in where Michel was located,
ami from lire plat* tn third Use
like a peacock nn a liarli wire
fence Michel will he down anil play
fm lire turn <loll.it prize al the
celebration May iltli
li sine pays i,, advertise when
yon have tire goods, ami Elko's
lire place where tlolilcn nppnrtuni-
llefl   awail   (lie investor
.tun   Tliistti'lifak   saiil    il   was     re
niarkahlc    Die   a I   "I inekasses
i in-  f'algarj   horse    show    lirouglil
mil
IS.ill     Webb      was  in    Klku M lav
selling sweet cordlaVs from sunny
Prance.
The Victoria da) celebration in
Elko May 21th, promises u> he the
liesi thing Uml en i happened in Hie
pass \n excursion train ovei tlie
[Ireal        Northern        Irom    Rex
f.nl will nail at        Hall'
win, Flagstone, Dun. Krng,
Waldi ami Hat-in-s Three learns have
entered lor tire turn prize given f, i
hasi-tiall ami il looks like easy limn
it for Wnrdnel II will In- like gel
tin-; money from home in the Ward
ner boys. The log sawing cnntesl ami
log chopping conies! will he well
contested The horse races will
bring some good "lies from outside
points. Special Indian sports ami a
grand Indian, parade Pool races,
wrestling, tccpre hiilhiing and Ihc
la-si hamI nl thirty pieces in tin
Pass will pul ginger into tin- whole
proceedings, a grand hall in tire
evening in ihr new opera liiunv,
Elko. Ii will lie a grand opporlun-.
iiy Im everybody in visit Hie Iresl
li wn nn tile t'rc.WS Nest Pass, the
musl talked ol ti wn in Soutll Kasl
Koolenay It's nol paradise, lull
Ihe very n.-vi door in it Pome
llown ami set- fm   V, UIS.-II
Miss Agnes Allen, "f Ferine, speiil
the week end willi the Thompsons'
nl   ihr  Columbia bold
Klku is    Hie   f iati way In Ihe Inn
mis Tiih.i'i-i   Plains, where II,
lars grovi   at tin- trees
Land
i    Mi
nlupa
Hats
li,
lo
■iiiiliai-l       In
the Ailnlph
nhei
The
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HAYNES LAKE
(Special correspondence)
Mrs n W Mail was a Waldo rial
lot on Thursda)
Mt Main Vdol'ph, nf Itiandon. is
Visiting at  Ihe home of his parents
The regular meeting <>r the Union
Hamlin; club was held at old Waldo
hall on Frldaj evening, A large,
niimbei Irom llaynes attended Kvcrj
one liail a plenspJil time
I'ol Gavin, one nf our new am!
energetic settlers, was a Kcrnic vlsi
lor during Die week
Mi     \   e    Ingram was welcome
with his load ol new onions ami
fresh rhubarb
Uf an- i'l,id to know Ihat the
Learn owned by Messrs Wilkinson and
t'hampaln is again safe at home    As
litis is Ihe first   tune    a shabby trie!;
ol this son has been attempted    in
i tit Community,  we Iim|h» it  will        he
the last     such principles will   nol
be tolerated b) nnj ol as and an) ■
expecting to make a feu dollars im
this way tnlgbl oist a- will take a
Up lo gel OUI  at  oner
Venable Bros have ten acres nl
their land pttcttcall) cleared nml
aboul Dve acres are plowed and readj
io plant io potatoes, etc Lumbel
is delivered t-.i their cottage
Mr Tayloi ban dune verj well with
clearing, plowing and planting     his
land His new home Is well uiidei
wav
Mr and Mrs Peter Hacks wen'
Ferine Msitors during the week. Mr
Hacks bought a very stylish driving
horse
Mr Barnard is determined to keep
us all awake   The crash ot dynamite
under his   slump* sniuuls u I       to
hhu, hui what about the sitting lien'
Mr Barnard has worked hard imt be
has succeeded in clearing mosl nl
his tract ami has the foundation i<f
his house started
Missis Wilkinson and t'hampaln
have a beautiful stretch of theli land
well cleared and are noa following
ihe ploa ami harrow The amount
of clearing they have done speaks
ueii foi their energy.
Mr Robert Rchanwerker, Koolennj
Itiver lagnd company's treasurer! "f
Spokane, p. now in Rnynt M
warm rains are bringing
<>ut the green grass and Mowers and
.un vnllcj looks beautiful,
Master Hernnrd Tormey is visiting
friends at Ontewaj.
Cnl, Pyne nnd family ale cosily
camped on their laud overlooking
Krng. The colonel is employing a
large, force ol men, clearing ami
plowing his land.
Tin' ladies whist club of Waldo ale
in liflve a "general" meeting on
Wednesday evening at the Waldo
npern house, Rvcryono is looking
forward to a good lime.
The Kootenay river is rising slowly Imt surely. Such old timers- us
l.onie I'henie prcdlcl a record break
11 We hope you are mistaken this
Lime, Louie
Mr, i: II Vrnoll is very busy net
tinn readj lor ihe erection of the
new club house.
Potato planting is now in full
blast.   Wilh tin-   line     showers
WC .tie having we should have new
pi I aloes in good time.
['lie Koolenay Itiver Laud company
have ordered nine thousand dollars
worth oi piping to be used in connection wiili their present Irrigation system The pipe will be laid
ami ihe waler running in a short
lime.
Two more carloads of mules ami
horses have been unloaded here hy
i'IM!. contractors. Mr. Kendrlck
lays there is five years work in this
i-allej  ii i contractors.
Mi and Mrs. A R. Ingram, the
well known vegetable and fruit ran*
chers from the Klk, were guests at
the iVdolph-Grlffln home on Sunday.
We are Interested to hear thai Mr,
Williams has purchased the Valley
View Btore and an acre ol land on
the Hayiiev Lake townslte. Mr, Williams is shortl) i" lake in a well
and favorably known It. ('. storekeeper as partner. The new firm
will he known as "The llaynes Lake
Trading <',, " The new firm will
'-any hardware and dry goods amj
will install a 'phone. Soon they
will lie ready tn deliver orders to
settlers, old ami new, within a
ratlins of five miles. Their stock of
groceries is quite up-to-date ami
they are making a strong point of
keeping nni) (he lies I brands.
BULL RIVER FALLS
(.Special correspondence)
i: li Meit/ie, of Winnipeg, bus
taken a contrncl from the C.P.R.
ami has opened up a new tie eamp
one mile up tie iiw-i rrom the company's dam. when- he has a force ol
men at wi ik
Pred Douglas reached home from
Taber, \Ha., where he has sojourned
foi ;i week Mis, brother Will, who
owns ihr Pickering ranch, accompanied him <>n his return.
■I M Carpenter, of Texas, one of
the prominent stockholders of the
Hull River Electric Power coin
pauv ami his bride readied eamp
last Wedncsdaj. ami are spending
their honeymoon amidst the pleasant
surroundings "i camp life
Mrs |>va Henderson, wife ol the
president ami manager ot the company,   win. has siiueretl the past Week
with bronchial affection, is greatly
Improved at this writing, with pros*
peits of a complete recovery.
Ilmcdif t and Nelson started their
new hydraulli outfit at their placer
claim lasl Monday, which washed
•int. ci at ei ami rock m earnest.
Thrve men tre surely g« inn al it.
right, and we hope that they will
nn fi   wiih abundant success.
WARDNER
(Special   correspondence).
It White, i tmckeener for Hums
ami .liudaii, on the Knolenny Central, has gone to ihe const,
Mr sktad, accountant for the c.
r It ai Wardncr, spent a few days
in   Cranbrook last week.
The case last week in the police
Court agalnsl three Hindus for cut-
tint; one of their number, was
dismissed before .1 P. Armstrong,
.1 p The evidence was strong that
the   Hindu had cut himself.
Mi Oeo, Powell, of Cranbrook,
was in town Wednesday last.
The baseball hoys are complaining
-•they want exercise. It seems Impossible to get a game with any ol
ihc outside towns They nre all
ntrald of Wardncr
Mis |j.,'..' Con/ens. of Chatham,
in,t . i, visiting her sister, Mis P.
I. I
Mt il,in.id Darling, of ihe Luml
Hchanweckei   will be in  tin      new 'Land   ami    Development    company!,
1
Cranbrook, was in town Thursday
Inst on business.
({. P. Stevenson, representing the
Cranbrook .Libbers, Ltd., was in
town between trains Wednesday last,
Mr, Haul/, Is visiting friends in
Uncle Sam's country at present,
The boys report seme very good
catches     of trout  mil  oi       the Hull
River,
Mr. Chapman, of Galloway, was iu
Miss Clink, utter spending  a    few
Miss Clark, afeer spending a few
days with friends in C res ton, re
tut tied in town Thursday last
Mr. P. Lund arrived home Hntur
day, after spending a couple ol
weeks on    tho prairie
Rov. C. 0, Main, of Cmnhmnlt,
held service in St Andrew's church
ou Sunday lasl in the absence of
Mr. Sinclair in Klko.
Mrs. Pred. Leant and children left
ft r Kaslo Saturday last to pay a
short visit with relatives there.
Mrs. -I. II. Anderson was a pat
[cut in tlie Craubrook hospital for a
few  days last week.
Mr. Otto Decker's new team ran
away Tuesday, doing considerable
damage to the rig and harness, hut
fortunately no one was hurt.
Mrs. P. Luml left for Montreal on
Tuesday. While east she will pay n
visit with her father ami mother in
Chatham, One,
Constable Adney was a visitor in
Cranbrook Tuesday Inst.
Mrs. T. Colmey and children left
on Tuesday to visit her old home
iu   the east.
Everybody turn out ami go to
Klko with the baseball hoys on
the 21th May. They want that
hundred dollars and they arc going
to gel it.     Knoiigh said!
Mi. Chapman, manager for the
C.N.P.L. company at Galloway, was
doing business in town Tuesday.
The rains during) the past few days
have "Worked wonders around this
Garden of Eden spi t—Wardner.
Mr. Fred Douglass arrived hack
from Taber last Saturday. Pred says
the prairies never looked better and
if all goes well, look out tor a hum
Iter crop. i
KIMBERLEY
(Special  ct rrespondence).
People came from far ami wide to
attend the hall given by Klmberlcy
Miners' union No. WO at their hall
ou the evening of May Ilth, It was
one of the best dances ever given in
the town uml reflected credit in the
members of the committee in
charge. Kimherley Miners' union
has made wonderful progress during
the past year, or since the Sullivan
mine resumed operations under tlie
control <f the Consolidated Mining
ami Smelt ing company. A year ago
the treasury was depleted ami the
union was decidedly on the ragged
edge. Now it has a membership of
between ninety and one hundred ami
has over four bundled dollars in the
treasury to the good. The present
officers of tlie union are: II. I
Cooper, president; Geo. McClelland,
vice-president; M. P. Villiiiiiw, see
retary. Most ol the officers and the
majority ol tho members of Moyle
Miners' union No. 71 al Movie.
A baseball club was recently organized with the following officers;
K 1> Stlnson, honorary 'president,
II S. Gamble, president; .lames
Gamble, vice-president; E. H Rider,
secretary-treasurer. Thos, Hare is
manager. There are two teams.
Wm. Hair is captain of one of them
ami .lohn Ward is captain of the
other. The headquarters ol the club
are at the Siillivnn mine.
Two tons of ore from lho
Stemwlndcr mine have* oeen sent to a
smelting concern in, New Jersey to
he sampled lo ascertain the best
method of treatment The ore runs
about 'in per cent lead and curries a
heavy percentage ol /inc. The stem
winder is the properly ol Mackenzie
and Mann, ami the ore l.ody is one of
the largest ever found ui Eftsl Koo
tciinv. This properly ami the North
Stai aie being looked alter by Louis
Johnson Mr. Johnson was nssaycr
at the lallei propertj for several
years when it   was iu operation
WASA
(Special correspt itdence)
Mr and Mrs. G. Kriekson were
Wasa visitors last week
W. S. Santo, who recently sold his
place nt Thunder Hill to Lord Hind
lip of England, has turned the prop
erty over to the new owner. Lord
Himllip's representative in this country, is-Captain HInk's, who left the
place in charge ol Mrs. Henyon, who
intends to keep up the post olliee as
well as having n stopping place for
travellers.
The Crows Nest Pass Lumber com
pany's big drive on the Kootenay is
now under way ami will make rapid
headway it high water continues.
Mr. It, L. T Oalbralth, Mrs T
Heiitnore, Mr. nnd Mrs. A 11. Pen
wlek, of Port Sbocle, wcnl through
here in Saturday last on their way
to Windermere.
Mr. P P. Patrick, of the Cum
brook Garage company, came onl
wilh u putly    of real estate       men
Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
EIGHTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
Prescribed and recommended tor women's ailments, n scientifically pro-
pared remedy ol proven worth. Tho
result from their use is quick and
permanent, Por sale at all drug
stores. 3-toDelfi
from Pontic, who spent the week-end
here looking) around for Investments.
Past week's weather was nil)'thing
hut pleasant     < ontlimed rains made
ih.-   roads    .tl si     Impassable   In
places and ciiiiseipientlj few aiilomo
biles weie ntil The weather novcr
satisfies evi lyhod). but ihe ranchers
claim rain was needed and for their
sake we    ale tl 'tl II ci ',
Mr. ami Mrs W S Santo nml
Miss Saiiln, .u Thundci lllll, are re
gislercd al Ihe Wnnn hotel, where
they inleml in ipeml a couple oi
weeks.
The Information has been received
ihat Mr. Kimpton's ranch al Win
dermero has changed hands The
deal wns put Ihrough bj I. .1 -Me
Kay and the price paid is said to be
about $50,00(1 im
WILMER
(Special ci rrespondence),
With the laudable end in view nl
encouraging lho growing or (he very
best products possible in this dis
trtcl the Partners Institute al a
recent meeting passed a resolution
undertaking in gel up a fair for
fruit, vegetables and flowers, to lie
held in Ihe hcIkoI house al Athelmer,
ou the Kith day of September. It is
hoped that special transportation
rates will be granted to exhibitors
to this fair. It is lite hope that
should ii reach the anticipated
heights thai it will then he possible
to make up n combined exhibit for
display al the fair, which is to be
held at Golden on the 18th and 10th
of the same mouth Golden is part
and parcel ii the same institute as
ourselves and It was the desire expressed that we should do all in our
power to grant their fair aid In
every way hut more especially so in
the manner above set forth.
A waterworks company for this
village is being organized and the
subscription lists are now iu lite
hands of the provisional secretary.
win is canvassing for the purchasers
for stock. So far very generous
subscript ions have been received and
there is every reason to believe that
in the course ol another six weeks
at tho outside that the first soils
will he turned in the opening up ol
this project, which will supply the
requirements of our people.
It is currently rumored that the
Hank of Montreal have purchased a
site for an office to bc situated at
Uhelmei This will be the second
hank which has established here
within the hist few months, always
providing the B. of M opens its
doi rs
Mr. James L. McKay has commenced    the    election    of a  line dwelling
on the shores of Windermere lake at
a point which commands a good
view of the attractive scenery iu
that part and looks over upon tho
beautiful slopes and sweeps which
mark the site of Ibe new and rising
town ol Invermcrc.
A hold company has commenced
Ihe erection of a large and commodious tourist hotel al Invermcrc which
will lilt a long felt want and he the
stepping Htonc to the erection of the
thoroughly up-to-date hostelry which
will he erected there when the Kootenay Central railway reaches that
favored spot.
The newly organized baseball and
football lenms are both busy with
nightly practices, (lames have already been played with a combined
team from Athelmer and Windermere
resulting in a victory for tho home
team In each case. Challenges from
the combined district teams are now
out for Golden nnd the lower valley.
The games are to be played on the
King's birthday. The local teams
.no expected lo bring home several
cups and other   trophies as a       re
sllll
Sick headache results Irom n disordered condition of the stomach, ami
can lie cured by lho use nl Cham
bcrlaln's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets. Try it. For sale by all deal
...s IM
PIIONK 1H0
P.O. HON 004
CRANBROOK PLUMBING
TINSMITH & HEATING CO.
Twenty live years' practical experience.
Five years inspector ol nuisances,
Plumbing nnd Sewage Export for Swln«
don—HO in>0 population.
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Suits For Warmer Days
English FLANNELS—in plain blues and
grays, as well as stripe effefts.
Irish HOMESPUNS—in patterns that are exclusive
with Fit-Reform.
And SERGE—of course—in a new shade of blue that
promises to be popular.
SOCIETY AND CIIUKCII     *
DIRECTORY *
Ouesount Lemon No, '.vs
KNIGHTS   ot   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at B p.m. at
Fraternity Hull.
J. M. Boysu, 0.0.
l\ fit, Christian, It. II  & S,
Visiting brethren   cordially Invited
tn attend.
Fit-Reform 2 Piece Outing Suits—
$15. $18. up.
REFORMf
McCREERY   BROS.
Sole Auents in Cranbrook.
um&rmmmi**rnM*mma*mM&tam»A*aat
Be a Well Man!
If yon'aro u sick limn, suffering from
any disorder, weenn cure you Permanently.
You do not hnvo t> lingor along sutTering
from disonse, because we ore medical
specialists with tunny years' experience
treating and curing successfully all men's
diseases.
HONEST   TREATMENT
A sure and permanent euro in nil diseases ot
men* Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins,
Hydrocele. Nervous Ailments, Blood and
Skin Disorders. Sores. Ulcere, Kidney, Bladder and
Rectal Disorders, nnd nil special ailments common to men.
Best Anatomical Must urn in the North-west.
Consultation Free
If you ennuot come to Kpoknuo for free consultation
uow, write for our free IrookM.
Dr.   Kelley's   Museum
2io Howard Street, Spokane, Wash.
IS 2:it
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QUEEN'S HOTEL
H. L. BTKPI1ENS, Prop. ♦
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
Imperial Bank ol Canada
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED - $10,000,000.00
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED - $5,913,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP     - - 5,745,000.00
RESERVE FUND        - - 5.745.0C0.0O
fi. It. IVILKIE, President.
HON. ROBERT JAFKItAY, Vico.Preeldent
Acoonutfl   of   Corporations,   Miiiiiripnlitirs.     Merchants.
Farmers unit Private Imliviilimls invitutl.
drafts uml Letters of Creilil issued uvniltible in any part of
tlio world.
SAVINGS DEPAttT.UENT-Spoclul   attention
* givon to Savings  Hank Accotints.    Deposits of Sl.lil)   anil
* npivarilti received anil interest allowed from ilate of deposit.
[    /m   k Branch: H.W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
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I.D.II.I''., KEY CITY LOIKIl'.', No tl
MeniH evory Monday
i -.' '. * "'K,lt lit   PJ,'W ''ra*
>S2*jy  tornlty   Hull.    Su-
lonrnlng Oddlollows oordlally Invited.
K  11   pain  Yv   M. I In i is
N. II. Sro'y.
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iv
Ci
mlir
ink
No
Lodge,
.11
•to*
t
Hi
tli
nl
A 1''.  ,t  A    H.
giilnr meeting,, on
'    third   Thumdiiy
evnri  month.
V
Biting liretli
m
well
out
nl,
A. C. SI
inkland
W
M.
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Si'i
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MAPLE LEAK ItEUEKAll LODOE
No. III.
Meets evory st-eond nnd   fourth Wed-
ni'sday nt  Fraternity Hull.
Sojourning   Itelifknlia  cordially Invited.
Mis. W. F. t'niiicron, N   CI.
Miss M. Iluki'iiliollium, Kir
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. 11.
Mei'U In    Fraternity Hall Flret »nd
Thin!  Fridays
T. Fraser, E. C.
M. MacKinnon. M. It. and C.
Visiting Mslrrs cordially invited.
ANCIENT iiKliKIt OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8913
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol inch month nt a
p.m. sharp.
Win. Anderson, t'hief Hanger.
i.   Bent   Secretary.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets iu Carmen's Hall first and
third Thursday of each month at
S |).m, sharp.
Mrs.   I.iilu   Ha) ward,   llt-c.  Sec.
W. li. McFarlanc, Chief Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
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It is the Same Place
The t'lai'i' Unit is Popular
(luml as tlio Host
Better Hum tlie ltesl
The Cosmopolitan
If you come once,
You will come again.
E. H. SMALL, Pboi-bietob
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Presbyterian Cburcb f
STATED SERVICES
Sunday iiMiuiti^ tier vice at  11
o'clock
.Sunday    evening     service   at '
7.30 o'cIdcVi
Sunday      School   and    Itihle '
Class at .1 o'clock
Prrsbytrrtan    Guild, Tuesday, X
w at B o'chtck 2
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: Baptist Churcb {
Pastor, Charles \\. Kins. X
Parsonage, Norhury Avenue.      f,
'Phone, 281.      P. O. Hoi J67. ♦
Regular Services:—Sunday, 11 s
i a.m.     and     7.30   p.m.;   tllble i
, School    wilh     Young   Ladles' i
I'hilethea     and     Young   Men's '
llildr f'l«s.i, .1 p m.
Monday, Young Peoples', I
p.m.
Wedncedny, Mid-Week Meeting, I
A cordial I'hrislian welcome (
to all.
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WATER NOTICE
I, Rnberl !•'. Nolswender, of Sheep
Creek, w.is.i pn , farmer, gfvo nolleo
tlml ou ihe 5th day "I inn.-, nn.
at eleven o'clock lu lie forenoon, I
Intend to apply   lo the Water Com
inlsslonei al Ills  Office In Crnnl .k
im a   license  to luke and   use Iwn
null a quarlor cubic feel "( watei pel
second  I i sheep t'reck    in     the
Cranbrook Watei District,   The wnl
er is to   he   taken f > the   tn.i ii
ou Lot (i-'i7, the   propcrl)   nf \'"\
Emory, nml    is   lo he used on I	
eiiipiiou Record No, 1878, fm Inign
tion purposes,
April Mlh, mil.
10fit Jti.lniI V. Nclswemlcr.
Everything In Tin acl Fheol Iron made
to older
BLOWER SYSTEM AND MINE VENTI-
IATINC EXPERT
Hot Air Furnaces,    Hot  Water and
Steam I'.oileis
I'.STIMATKS lilVKN
W. F. JOHNSON & SON
Proprietors
I UN SON   AVKNUK,   CRANDROOK
A lirilMNd (JIKSTION
A good story was told iiy an American senator concerning a very
religious evangelist, who plastered
lho hills ol Pennsylvania with Bible
((notations ami religious mottoes. On
tint' lint- Hat roctf alongside of a
popular highway hr painted these
words:
"Whal will you iin when you iltsf"
An    enterprising a4vt;rUslui', aj'.fut
rnnte nlonx,   ami    ht> |)uliitt'd under
iit-nih u ai question:
"Use miia Oil—Good lor Burns."
ANOTIIKH RESTAURANT -IIBE,
Hisnustt'il dini'i—'"You otlsjhl not lo
have killed this fowl."
Restaurant Proprietor— "Why, sir?"
iitsKiisti'ii Diner—"You've tabbed it
ot an old -age (iciikIub."
Millmen Take Note.
A  I»k Slock ul
HARDWOOD
Has lit'i'ii received ut
Frank  Dezall's
whore repalrj o( nil kiiula aro
qulokly ami efficiently
|Hirfuriin*il.
S2.7S for a hammock.-
Clniiee    I'llcllllllicrs,    li
tomatoes nml asparagus
I AUhiion's.
-('. C. S.
■time, celery,
nt I.illle mid THK   CKANItrtOOK     I! Kit ALU
SPOKANE PREMIUM LIST.
It is surprising how ninny frill 1
and poultry raisers anil ranchers in
general overlook tlio easy iponey to
be won at tho various fairs ami. exhibitions held in tho Inland Empire.
We have just received a copy of lho
Hi 11 premium list issued by lho
Spokane Interstate Pair, which contains an unusually generous list ol
cash prizes, amounting in all tn
about $80^000.00. This money is
really to be given away as prizes on
liv<> stock, agricultural products ami
other exhibits ami, doubtless, much
nf it could hf won hy exhibitors in
this locality If they would lake ihr
trouble to send iu exhibits.
Tin* Spokane fair management tin
all they tan in Induce exhibitors in
come in, ilu' rnllroods uml express
companies make special reduced
rates mi exhibits, anil every (pics tion
which mighl arise Is carefully n
plained iu this premium list, nnd vol
only a very small porocitlago or Hit'
people wlin might exhibit successfully
ilu so. Possibly the fact thai Mi,
pri/cs for this 18th annual Spokane
fair have been very largely Increased
may interest   new exhlblto
Kill!    THOROUGH     INVESTIGATION.
On resolution of Sir Wilfrid Laurler, in I lie commons a special parliamentary committee, consisting ol
Messrs. A. II. Clarke, V. B. Carvell,
Victor Goofttion, Arthur Meighen ami
T. W. Crothers lias been appointed
to fully investigate the insinuation
made in certain of ihe press thai
Hon. Frank Oliver had received motleys from the transfer of western
lands and utilized tlie same fur olee
lion purposes.
All tlio parliamentarians oppi In ted
are King's counsel, and lho minister
of the Interior lias asked thai they
make  their  Invealigation a lliorouuli
age system in and iu the vicinity oi   (Jlly of Cranbrook to hun
the City of Cranbrook. I tho credit of the    said fi
WHEREAS  on the 20th day       of   hy way of the dobciitun    I
April, 1010, a petition was, presented  motilloncd, from auj
this
apple
notico that Hi
■ nmounl to $1 Ifi8.n0; ai
WMO.iui over the nmounl
1010, and other depart
show   substantial      in
year. Wt
prizes alone
increase of
offered in
infills also
creases.
Copies if this particular premium
list may be had free Iiy addressing
lltbt. 11. Cnsgiove, secretary. No.
217  11III toil Illock, Spokane, Wash.
FIELDING AND PATERSON
TO TOUR THK   DOMINION' IN INTERESTS OK RECIPROCITY.
An Ottawa despatch says: There is
a well founded report in government
circles tonight that, the ministry has
decided to pursue an aggressive platform campaign throughout the whole
Dominion, Along the tine uf this
programme it is quiCe probable that
lion W. S. Fielding, Wm. Paterson
and pussi'bly Hon. F. Oliver will bold
several meetings at central points in
Western Canada during the recess.
Including Winnipeg, Brandon, Saskatoon, Hiviiiia, Edmonton, Calgary,
and possibly one or two other
points. Owing to cabinet duties
they have not the time at their dis
poflal that. Mr. Borden will he
able tn give to campaigning, but
they feel that, white the fanners are
practically solid for the agreement,
it is not well tn ho unaggressive,
and, Mr. Borden should not he given
the slightest chance ol returning to
the capital with the story that the
west is with him, mistaking part]
demonstrations for the real voice ol
the people
Hon. Mr. McKay's tour through
Ontario has been most successful
The rural sections ol Ontario are in
complete harmony and sympathj
with tho West
An official announcement regarding
the western tour may Ih- expected in
a day or two,
Advocates of liberty ol trade will
he asked to hold demonstrations
throughout the recess, showing to
parliament the exact feeling of Canada with respect to the reciproeltj
agreement.
VOICES FROM THE PAST
Some one has inkeu the trouble to
I i up Sir .lohn Thompson's address to the electors ,,f \ntlgonlsh
iu the general elections oi [801 It
contained this paragraph:
"The govorwiipnl or which I am n
member is appealing in the counlrj
with a policy, which we believe will
he heartily endorsed by a great majority of I In- electors. Wo have
made ti the government of the
United States, through lho government of Great Britain, proposals for
reciprocity in trade, which we have
good reason to believe will result in
an arrangement by which the markets of tho United States will he reopened tc the products which our
people desire most to send there.
A fair measure of reciprocity is what
wc desire, and wo have no doubt that
that can he obtained without undue
sacrifice."
Geo. E, Foster's address lo tlie
electors* of King's county, N.B., contained a similar statement. Sir John
A. Macdonald's letter to the people
of Canada expressly pledged the government to secure an interchange of j
natural products with the United
Stales. Sir Charles Tupper on the
platform, during that campaign, declared thai the Conservatives atone
could he relied upon tn get such an
arrangement with the United States.
Nothing has happened in the Intervening twenty years to make this
arrangement less advantageous to
Canada; or more dangerous U our
national ami  imperial interests.
to the Municipal Council of (he Cor-;sons, body or
potation of the City;of Cranbrook, 'may bo willli
signed by lho owners ol at least one- as a loan, a i
tenth (1-lOLh) of the, value oT the ' feeding III Lho
rateable lands ami improvements in Hundred Tim
the said City as shown by the then 1000.00) and to
lasl Revised Assessment Roll, requesting the Council lo introduce a
Bylaw to raise the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ilOO.nOO.UO)
for the purpose of installing and constructing a sewage system iu ami
in ihe vicinity of the City of Cranbrook.
ami WHEREAS the said Bylaw
was submitted to the ratepayers of
ihe City of Cranbrook on the Jfcih
day •>[ February, cui, ami was then
defeated.
hoiin
ole
i.f
d Dollai inn,
ntse all such suim-
so raised or received to In ;■ -jit mi,
the hands of the 'I leu uj ol tin
said Corporation, foi the purpose
and with the object In jnhi fore re
cited.
3.   It  shall  Ie- I.iv.i ,■  Uaj
or of the said Corporal. . ftuse
any number of   debci tic
made, executed and l k!i
.sum or sums as may ' dred for
the purpose and Dbje I tl   not
exceeding, however, tin
Hundred   Thousand     !
11 Inn.
AND WHEREAS a petition signed'000.00) each of thiol least one-fifteenth (l-15th) in i being of the denominn i 0m
numboi of the electors who are quail' J Thousand Hollars (tl.i (Uinj anil nil
' -d in vote on the bylaw, lias been such debentures shall In led with
presented to tlie Municipal Council tho seal of Lho Corporal and i-
on the Isi day of May, 1011, being net! by lho Mayor thereof.
at an interval of not less than sixty 3. Tlie said debenture ball boal
dajs after the defeat of the said By-  date the 3rd day of July,   \ t)   hil,
Is there anything in all this world
that Is of more importance to you
than goml digestion? Food must he
eaten to sustain life ami must bo
digested antl converted into Mood.
Winn the digestion fails the whole
body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational ami reliable cure
flow of bile, purify the blood,
fur indigestion. They increase the
strengthen the stomach, and tone up
tho whole digestive apparatus to a
natural and healthy action. For sale
by all dealers ll-tf
Corporation of the
ity of Cranbrook
\\\ law NO. mi;.
A  Inlaw tn     raise the sum of One
Hundred   Thousand    Dollars ($100,-
01 ) l»v debentures for the purpose
<i installing and constructing a sew-
law, requesting that the Bylaw be
again submitted to the ratepayers
pursuant to Section scvcnty-sevcB
(77) of the Municipal Clauses Act.
AND WHEREAS for the purposes
aforesaid, R will he necessary to
borrow the sum of fine Hundred
Thousand Dollars (jiim.uiiii no,.
AND WHEREAS the whole
amount of the rateable lands ami improvements of the stud City, according to the last Revised Assessment
Roll is One Million Seven Hundred
ami Eleven Thousand Nine Hundred
and Ninety Dollars ($1,711,000.00),
AND WHEREAS the amount of
the existing debenture Indebtedness
of the City of Cranbrook is One Hun
dred and Thirty Thousand Two Hun
dred and Nineteen Dollars and Fifty
Four Cents ($180,210.51).
AND WHEREAS the Municipal
Council has power to puss bylaws for
contracting debts, by borrowing
money or otherwise and for levying
rates for payment of such debts ...on
the rateable lands and improvements,
cither or both, or rateable real property o f the Municipality for any
purpose within tbe jurisdiction of the
Council; but the aggregate of sticb
debts, except for works-of local improvement ami tor school purposes,
shall not exceed twenty per cent {2U
p.c.) of the assessed value of the
lauds and Improvements or the real
property of the Municipality, according to the last Revised \»J?sS!iicnl
Boll.
AM) WHEREAS the present do
bentuie Indebtedness of the City of
Cranbrook, other than the Indebtedness for works of local Improvement
and for school purposes is Ninety-Six.
Thousand Two Hundred and Seventy-
Eight Dollars ami Ft ur Cents ($90,
2T8.IH).
AND WHEREAS ii will be requisite to raise annually by rate the sum
of One Thousand Three Hundred ami
Twenty-Six Dollars and Thirty Cents
($1320.30) to provide for a sinking
fund to pay the said debt ami the
sum of Five Thousand Dollars
($5000.00) to pay interest
Ntiw THEREFORE the Municipal-
Council of tbe Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook iu Council assembled, enacts as follows:
1 It shall and may he lawful for
the Mayor of the Corporation of  tin
and shall he made payable within
forty years from the sni I dale iu
lawful money of Canada, ..' the, offices of the said Corporation iu
Cranbrook aforesaid, which said
place of payment, shall lie de Igimtcii
by tlie said debentures.
'1. The said debentnr
interest the rate of I:
(.1 p.c.) per annum froi
thereof, pay ably ycarl;
of the said Corporation
aforesaid on the 3rd d;
each and every year
tin
he
all     llu
Blmll heal
pel centum
lho dale
t Ihe offices
> Cranbrook
of .Inly in
mt; the currency thereof and shall have attached to tin-in coupons foi tlie payment
of the said interest, which coupons
shall bc signed hy the M.ivm and the
signature to the said coupons may he
either written, stamped, printed or
lithographed
Ti. During the cum
said debentures, there i
annually by special rat
rateable lands ami improvumen
the said City of Crniibrook, tin
sum of Five Tlumsniid
lars ($5,000) for payment
the saitl interest ou
said debentures, ami tin- sum of
One Thousand Three Hundred ami
Twenty-Six Dollars an
($1320.30) for the purp
a sinking fund for par
debt hereby seemed, m
the sum of Six Thouso
tired and Twenty-Six
Thirty Cents ($0,320,30) to he raised
annually by special rate .is aforesaid
during each of the said forty years.
(I. It shall he lawful for the Mayor of tlie said Corporation to negotiate and sell the said debentures for
less thau par, but in no case shall
the said debentures be negotiated or
sold for less than ninety per centum
(»0 p.c.) of their face value, Including the cost of negotiating the sale,
brokerage and all other Incidental
expenses.
7. It shall be lawful for the said
Municipal Council tn rc-purchase any
of the saitl debentures upon such
terms as may he agreed upon wilh
the legal holder Ol holders thereof,
or any part thereof either at the
time of sale or any subsequent lime
or times, and all debentures so repurchased shall forthwith he cancelled and destroyed and no re Issue ot
debentures so re-pur chased shall    be
the
Thirty Cents
' .' nf (leal lug
lent of the
kfng in all
ul Three Hun-
Dollars  and
ftTW2»,3*&* tj    r^^&mmm&mzm&&&
fk-f /0
Save ©ver
of the purchasing
price on you
range by buying
"Dominion F
direct
t-CMt. Vt.»- 1M.1& * »"» *,
a
ii
This Rnnne
Fully Guaranteed
nml Freight Paid
r^jBS
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WHY WE ARP. APL1  TO S   *
YOU SO MUCH MONEY.
We make the Ranges nrd   !i -c '.'■■
in your Kitchen.    Th
tmnuctlon and one n ■. ;
ni.itlo on the. whol ■ •■ ,;.   Vi
lon't hove to pay a factory | r. Ri      .   ..:. bb
;i retailer's pndll   store i
■ami oxpvn»ea of travelling i
■ Factory io Kitchen11 Plan enables ;   i
langt for tbo t mm price that tbe vl.
would have to r J   ;",J LEf;S than Uu
could get ii lor- «nd c   better terms loo.
•■ DOMINION 1 RIDE" RANGES
mt rrom S«-0 to $78 If vol t by retail More*',   Our
you I j I iV
aviiitfy tu nil the }■••■
■» " Dominion Pi
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i.i buy t:
vi!it :
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[tango foi
: MnlleaMi
i .i  elo .
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■ - .-li k",
Cast Iron
. ■ >  price
i a lifetime
,.:it cut down tho co*t of fuel b-/almost ontMhlrd.   COLD rol
,tl iron lining Firo Box with iiir cbnmben -double wallod dues,
nro made of be t filua Poltthi
ct ncedblackln.'j—aiaiply i > '"''" " '
nnd i* will atnyfruHh and bright.   Mallet 'jle Iron will NOT •■ »
break. Meant iron will.   Malleabln Iron is mod by railroad! I
.; J by tanning implement Makcri, because of lia auperior »li ■ gib.
Rcagas ara chc:?   own .-*. iftulr beat—ard erwsUe fir you nt
becauM they soon goto pieces.   " Dominion Prido" Ranges v    1
tlu> aro built rigbti of tlio right materials, ty people wio know.
SAVE OVER SOX OF YCUI* FUEL
Dominion Prido" Rangesbava proved Hiis by^actnalte<*tn.   Whether)
ud " Domhilon Pridi
dpi;
.uik.i
• Domini
Prido
ty<
tcrUned with asbestos -exir.i heavy grates—all butp to
,ost economical Range you can buy.
WE GUARANTEE THEM-ABSOLUTELY
Over 0,000 of our RANGES ara lo u^a tit Toronto alone, nnd many thousand
parts of Canada*   You c,i;t a Range that baa proved its superiority in ovei y wi
a "Dominion Pride," nml our guarantee holds good kr n year.   Thlaffuaranl
thing to you—because, you havoancnormtjusfaciory and oirotd established Cai
back of tlio guarnntee.    Heru'sn'notlicr point about" Dominion Prido" Range
In Ranges bought ;.i retail stores.   You can always get new parts if you need lb
W2 PAY 1 HE FREIGHT—R*GHT TO YOUR STATIOU
Our price—direct frora our Factory to jour Kitchen ii lltbt—a "Dominion r
or IMS top, with high closet shelf or elevated lank br flush reservoir, with sine sheet logo
oilier
t hn
t tl.it it
Ida" Ri
liuis cf blue
$5 to be sent with order, balanc
Our Illustrated Iwaklati tall tho wltoln itort/ of   " Dominion Prldti"
At lutr.:, w.'.tB for Mto tioskltita.
,,bed steel pipe nnd 2 elbows—delivered to any i ill  ■  I e*prt -
New Dninswictt, K'ova Scotia cr Prince Edward Mum   for$4l-
Manilob >, Alberta, Snslttitchewnn er nritlsh Coltimbia- sdO
.   If tut toiHcoie.tt u | -ty casli ws will airing* la iCCtSt few Holt.
Rant!**. n«H e«i3!«oi **•• eotallo of our "Faclory ta Ktlahon" plait ot ajvlnrj ya i mon«y
You'll flnJ t'«"' wonrJorfully Intaruallns.   Sand lo>aay.
atnllon In Ontnric
iny railroad oxpn
delivered at your ral
i station t
jiid statu
Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg.CQ, Limited,
OSHAWR
OriTARlO
made in  consequence of such re [im
chase.
8. This Bylaw shall take elTci l ui
uml after the lfith day of June, A \>
Mill.
I). This Bylaw may bc cited foi
all purposes as tl City of Cranbrook Debenture Loon Bylaw No. 8 "
Bead a first, second anil third time
on lho lsl day of May, A.D. lflil.
TAKE NOTICE that the above   I   I
a true copy of    tho proposed Bylaw j
upon    which the vote of the Munh I  ,
pality will be taken at the Municipi
liuililhiK,   Baker   Street, Cranbrot
B.C., on the 32nd day of May,  191
between the hours of II o'clock in tl
 rnittg (l() o'clock a.m. local tlm
nml  7  o'clock     iu   the  evening
o'clock p.m. local time).
THOS. M. ROBERTS,
Clerk tn the Municipal Council
WATER NOTICE.
I, Albeit J. (Ire/, of Fort Steele,
Fanner, give notice that on Tuesdaj
(be flth day of June, Hill, al eleven
o'clock in thf forenoon, I Intend to
apply to the Water Commissioner al
his otlice in Cranbrook for a license
to tnke and use one cubic foot ol
water per second from a spring rls
ini; on Lot 1831, Group 1, Kootenaj
District, in the Cranbrook Watei
District. The water is to be taken
from the stream about al the spring
and is to be used on saitl Lot 4831
for Irrigation purposes.
10-51 (Signed)        Albert J, fJrcz.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that 30 days after date I Intend ti
apply to 4he Honorable Chief Com
missioncr of Lauds and Works for u
license to prospect for coal and pel
oleum   mi Ibe    following described
mils, situated in tho District id
South Fast Koolenay, Province o
British Columbia:
Commencing   at   a post   at       Ihr
irlhwest coriier ol olaus Jeldnr
claim and also at the thirteenth mil
post nf the C.P.R. survey line, them,
.south 80 chains along the C I' II
survey, thence east SO chains to Lol
No. 0080, (hence north along ilu
surveyed line of I,ot No. 0980 BO
bains, thence west Sll chains lo lie
place of begl nni ng, containing OP
.crcs, more or less.
Dated May 10th,  1911.
13-5t Olaus Jcldncss, Locatoi
SEALED TENDERS addressed I
thu undersigned, and endorsed "render for Public Building, Grand
Forks, B.C." Will be received at this
ollice. until 1 p.m. ou Monday, Maj
20, 1011, for the construction of a
Public Building at Grand Forks,
B.C.
Plans, specifications and form
ontract can be seen and form ol
tender obtained at the otlice of Mr.
Wm. Henderson, resident aril.it* i
Victoria, B.C., at thu post office,
Grand Forks, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made un the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, slating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
(inns, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place ol
residence ol each member of the One
must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank, payable to tbe order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.0.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited jf the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or
fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not
accepted the chetpie will lie return
ed.
The Department does not hind it
self to accept the lowest or any ten
tier.
By order,
It. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, April 2f»1 1911.
Newspapers will not bc paid (0
this advertisement if they insert i
without authority from tbe Depart
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(III WfllTINO PLSUSt MfNTION THIS P.PERl
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS    HEREBY   QIVEN
that .'in days iltei date I Intend to
apply in lho Honorable Chief Commissioner uf Lands ami Works lor .1
lici'iisr t.i prospect for coat and pel
rolcum on the following described
lands, situati-d in the District "f
Soutli Kast Koolenay, Province "I
itiitisii Columbia:
Commencing at a post at thr southwest corner of Sigrtd Jeldness'
claim, anil hcinR al U10 thirteenth
mile post on the C.I*.II. survey,
thence north SO ehnlns nlonr; the
said C.P.R. survey to Lot No. 6991,
one of 1). S. Corbtn's claims, thence
oast 80 chains alonir, the said survey
I of Lot No. 0902, tn the survey  line
lot    Lol   No,   BIOS, thence south w"
chains along the surrcyod Iii f 1."'
No, 0901, thence west «n chains to
place of Ik-kIiiiiIhk, containing 010
acref, mcrq or less.
I   llaliil May 10th, 1911.
Slgrld .leliluess, Locator,
I Olaus Jeldnns, Areut   11II
Is the buying
For your home
Done
Intelligently ?
Some housewives, harrassed to
the verge of nervous breakdown
by trivial annoyances, devote no
real
Attention!
to the " buying" problem. They
buy when they HAVE TO —
perhaps at "the nearest place" —
when, very likely, better values
nnd lower prices are advertised by
three or four different stores. The
housewife who does not give as
much attention to a
Study of the
Ads.
as she gives to other things in the
daily routine that are of half as
much importance, will never find
any real interest in the business of
home-making.
THE AD-STUDYING
HOUSEWIFE BUYS
INTELLIGENTLY
She knows her " market" as well
as any broker or merchant knows
his. And she will never stop to
tell you how " hard it is to find
anything in the stores nowadays
that one wants and can still afford
to buy." For, to an ad-reader,
that is not such a hard task !
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THJ5   CBNBBOOK   HERALD
THIRD (MEAT TRANSCONTINANTAL
ROAD
(Continued Irom page one)
ol trust shall also grant n first
mortgage or charge upon the bonds
or debenture stock deposited under
the terms,
The company is required under
these terms to deposit with tbe trus
Itr uf said deed of trust bonds or de
heiilure stock issued under the trusl
ilml ol June 38, 100(1, made between
tho company and the British Empire
Trust company and ibe National
Trust company, lo nn amount equal
tn $35,000 per mile of the line be
iwecn n poinl on the Cnimdinn Nor
thorn t/uehec railway eppostte Haw
kesburj .iml Hideau junction, ami to
$.'1.1,00(1 per mile ol the ten and si\
leeuili miles ni tie Million branch
(being approximately $2,S5S,550 <>i
such bonds mid debenture stuck) ami
ihe security bo deposited shall form
part "i the mortgaged premises un
dei ihe deed of trust securing the
guaranteed securities. A lurtber se
cuiity will he that on the line ol the
company's railway Irom the town ol
llavvkeshuiy, Ontario, lo a point 'if
the Niagara river The times ami
manner oi tin- issue ol the gunrnneved
securities and ihe disposition oi
uiniiei to be raised thereon shall I"
subject to the approval nf the gov
eiiiiM-iii-eoiuicil.
There is a genernl clause specifying
the character of Hie line Hails ate
In he m>t less Mian Ht\ pounds pel
yard, the maximum curviture shall
liol he ..( less radius than 710 feet,
ihe maximum eastbound grade shall
mil exceed five tenths ol one poi
cent , and the maximum westbound
grade shall imt exceed six lentils id
one :it-r cent., unless specially pro
viiietl fnr in exceptional places with
(he consent of life governni lu enun
eil lu ihe event nt the govcrnmenl
paying nut oi the consul I tinted reven-
iii' (uml all or any poll ion nl llu
fust four half yearly payments nf
interest on the guaranteed securities
fa 11 in i,i din- after the opening for
traffic of ihe whole line so aided, the
company    shall,      pending   Ihe   repay
ili' 111 of Llils interest, pay In the
government hall-yearlj Interest on
the monej so advanced at the rate of
three and one hall per cent per unit is provided that the aid granted
in the company is granted for the
express purpose nf encouraging the
transportation nf goods through Canadian channels. Before such aid is
granted thu governor-ln-council shall
require the company to enter into an
agreement undertaking thai all
freight originating on any of (lie
company's lines, not specifically
fouled otherwise hy ihe shipper,
shall, when destined lo points in
Canada, he carried over Ihe Canadian
Northern railway or over any, railway in Canadian territory, and the
through rate on export traffic from
i.he point ni origin in the point ol
desliiialioii shall at tm tunc he
grealei Ma Canadian ports Ihaih via
I nihil States ports, uml that all
such irallic shall he carried to ('ana-
iii,in ocean ports unless specifically
routed otherwise.
The final provision is thai the company shall enter Into an agreement
.villi ihe government tn establish
suitable terminals at Montreal, and
agree, nn ihe request nf the government, in eiiier into arrangements
with the Intercolonial railway for
ihe interchange of traffic at Montreal, for such a period and ou such
terms as may he agreed upon between the parlies, ami should the
parties fail to agree, the terms shall
ae fixed hy Hie hoard of railway
commissioners.
BEFORE AND AFTER
I'HKMIKII   hlcDHIDE FAILED   TO
"MAKK liiiiili" AT THK
IHililiKN RANU.UET.
.Tlie Ottawa rarrosponik'iil nl the
Minimal I In..Ill still I lir following
.im inn I nl I III' banquet ti'liili'rnl
Premier Mcltrldc Iiy Lender Bonlcn
;.. Ins paper.
rhr appearance which Premier Mc-
llriili' made nt ihc Rorilen illnner
!;isl l-'riilay nlghl whs a ilislinr-t dis
appointment ami is still tho chief
subject ill discussion among Conservative members, His visit to Ottawa lias been looked forward to
with great IntercBl uml after ho arrived, bis picturesque appearance ui-
tracted a sreat ileal nf favorable attention. In tin- lobbies nf parliament there was a tendency to spvak
if him as tlie liiliirc prime minister
of Canada.
Thai was before Ihe dinner. The
announcement Unit he was tn bo ono
nl the speakers' resulted in every
opposition member being present,
willi llii' exception nl ihe faithful
handful who had in stay hy tho
house, ami lho unfaithful oigbl from
Quebec who bud reused herding witli
Mr. Borden's hunch. Hi Hi Liberal
uml Conservative correspondents were
amniie. Ihe Kiu'sls
Mr. Mollrldo maintained tho splendid reputation he lias acquired fnr
distinguished appearance. Ono nf Ihu
newspaper correspondents declared
"lie lias Laurler bcnlcn tor hair and
thai is going some." Ho showed up
bin and heart)' and as healthy us an
Ksqiiimaux Ho was Ihc figure of
tho function.
When he began to speak Ills stink
wenl down. The audience was friendly. The opportunity was unique. A
man with a message Cl uld mil have
ashed lor a belter chance lo lay Ibe
( illations nf   bis  political fortune.
llul the general verdict is that Mr.
Melllide lell down, lie side-stecpi'il
an Invitation extended by Mr. Borden
In leave Hrilish Columbia and come
lu Ottawa as one of Ihe opposition
leader's lieutenants. That was
about all be did and Hint could have
been done bolter.
(In Ibe other band Mr. Borden ex
ei'lled his usual sneaking performance.
He  made a ureal liRhiiiiK Bpecch.
The contrast made by the two men
will probably he fatal In Mr. Me.
Bride's ambitiniis In become opposl-
linn leader il be has such ambitions.
Lasl week n majority of the Conservative .members nl the house
would have hailed with delight the
announcement that Mr. Meltride had
decided tn enter the federal house,
it   may be   safely   said   that   there
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WATCH OUR WINDOWS THIS WEEK
Choice Shirts
The no-vesl   ;eason is here, and it behooves the particular man lo look well to his shirts.
We are showing Exclusive Shirtings that are distinctive in character and handsome in patterns and
color harmonies.
It will be well to make selections early,for the first
warm day th;.! comes will cause a rush for the handsome new patterns.
Ladies1 Hosiery
We have also added lo our stock a complete line of
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery.
Sec our window for these.
Phone 23
A. C. PYE
Phone 23
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That when you pot a
salve onto your child's skin.
H passes through the poies
an! enti tt the blood. Just
as surely til f! you put it
int.» llu child's stomach?
You v/ouH r.ot put .i
coar-c mass of animal fat»
colored by various mineral
poisons (such as man}
Crude Iftlv. s .re) i.it> yeitr
chilJ's blood by way ol the
atumach? Then why c'u
so by way of the pui^st*
Take no ti»k. Use away tli.
pure h rial CtKnCcfl pr^vtiwl ill
Zam-l.uk. Z m !V.c contalnt
no trace oi any aolri al ol or t.i,
iiid n> polfoioui mineral col 1-
iitg inatirr. From ttarl to fmUh
Il is purely herbal.
It will beat iore«i ulcer*, ebrees
its, fiuptiotis, vmHcok ukeilj
cuts, bums and bruiiti ro.re
quickly than any otocr k own
preparations It Is a ti rpit ,
quickly itopi tbe iimrtl g «1 »
stirc or col, cu«a plLs, Inf an fd
torei and blood pobonin . It -s a
combiiu ion ol healing power 1 ud
ictentttic pt-rily. A.h. Ihuts v bo
have prov.d ll*
Alt drttcauti a nditoi
X
i
:!
would not Iii- tin- s.iuii- I'litlnisiastii
today, Inn as a Conservative incmlier
said ibis morning: T,IIc is doing
[iri'lty well in his nun little prov
luce  nml   In- bail   hotter utaj whore
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Grand Band Concert
To be Given by the
Fernie Italian Band
Under the leadership of PROFESSOR ZACCARO,
At the AUDITORIUM THEATRE,
Cranbrook, B. G, on
Tuesday Evening, May 23,1911
I  PRICES
$1.00, 75c., 50c.
Advance Sale Opens S.iiurd.iy, May 20th, at Beattie-Murphy Co.'s Store
LOCAL
K.   I'ali-iMin     is away    nn   a trip
st,
('a lif'tin iii green peas al Kink's
[Mire Koral Urocery.
\V. .1. Crosby, • >!' WycllIIe, was in
town   on Tuesday.
Hummocks in all colors, Prico
$2.75.—C, C. S.
Mt .1. I'aitiitsui has sold bis milk
business tn Mr. .1. Taylor.
Silver Leal pure maple syrup ami
I'tiritnii Pancakes make a breakfast
in fur royalty.—Campbell and Man-
ning.
I' Luml arrived in town from
Wardncr this afternoon.
I l.uumiirks —C c S.
\    It.   Smith i.s in from Wasa today.
Home madt- candy 20c. per lb. Sa-
turdaj onl) ai The Palm.
Miners an- advised lo renew their
licenses before Wctlnewtoy. May Mat,
(2 75 for a nammock.—c, c. s.
Mrs Lttj ami Mi.ss IVraggc, uf Ncl-
son, arc visiting Mr ami Mrs. M. A,
Urate.
Fresh lettuce and California cabbage at Ward ami Harris
Miss Stewart, ii Belleville, Onl.,
is \isiiini; ht-r sister, Mrs. R. T.
Id \ inner.
Hammocks In all colors Price
I2.75.-C. c. s.
A daughter was born in Mr ami
Mrs. Pred Perkins ai Moyto on Won-
day, May 15th.
Popliam s chocolates in fancy boxes
m in bulk. Always fresh at Utile
ami Uchlson's,
Tlicro will bo a social dance at the
Vahk lintel ai Yohk on Frltloj even-
Inn, May I'Mh
Hatiiitii cka iii all colors. Price
12 75.—0. c. S,
\\. K, Perk, He advance agenl ol
llasnes' cirrus, was In (own ycstei
day.
Ulec straw brooms 35r each al
Kink's Pore Kooil tlrocerj
n l. Davis, of Ute Municipal
KltetiM- Works, i^ awaj in Calgary
lurcliaslng supplies In ihe counss
of n lew days thin nen concern «ill
In- ready  lor buslnt ss
l Inmmoeks —c  V s.
I.tllle Man Pllklngton, vrho has
long boon tin- center <-r litigation in
Ihc courts, has been fortnallj hamlcil
ii    In   Ihe   It an Catholic Child
ti's    Aid   society   at    New        West ■
luster.
A full lino nl glassware nnd crockery,—Campbell ami Manning.
Hoakkeepdt    ami   stenogrnpbt r dc
sires position   Marrieil.    KlrsI class
references.    Kxperlonced in lumbering
ami  mining work.   No. ft, Herald of-
co. '  liWrt*
■ i  m. Howell, a   popular druggist
( (in-i-nshiiri;, Ky., .says, ';Vo U8Q
Chombol Iain's Cough Remedy In our
own household ami know it is excel*
lent."    For aalo by all dealers,  n-t
What nre you feeding your chicks?
Wt- have cracked   vvltonl,  granulated
Imenl and thick food mixture.—
Ciaitbiouk Trading Co
Robl.llamllton, of Vancouver, and
I" Long, nf Orlllln, Out . saw mill
machinery men, wen- in town yester
dnj doing (mslnosj with Mi Simon
Toyloi
Mammocks — 0 c S
The Fit of
Clothing
is a
Necessary
Part of
Summer
Comfort
This two-bullon
Sack Suit has particularly jjood stylo,
secured through a
c o m b i n a I i o n o I
long shapely lapels
and well-made,
easy fitting coat
frontand shoulders,
which marks it as
one of the dressy
suits in our summer styles,
We have them
in Fancy Tweeds
and Worsteds.
We've many different styles; some
with fads and no
lions for the younger men, others
quiet and reserved
for those who dress
that way; but all
made with such an
honest value that
men who h a v e
once worn our
Clothingneverbuy
a different make.
)MEY BACK
YOU AF?t
SATISHED
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TO RENT.—Large basement, cool
null dry. Apply Mux 2, lli-ralit of
Hit.
WATER NOTICE.
Tin- Consolidated Miiiini; ami
Smelting Co. nf Canada, Ltd., ol
Trail, B.C., urn- notice Dial nn llu-
12th ilar nl June, liill. at eleven
o'ctcclf iii tin' rorcnoon, it intends
t.i a|i|itv in tin- Water Commissioner
at his offlco in Cranbrook, fnr a
license to lake ami usa twenty-five
■niiii' feel ni water pet second, from
Mark Creek, in Ike Cranbrook Wat
n District. 'IV water is tn be
taken from Ihc stream about al the
Rtcmwlndcr dam, Lol 8083A ami is
In lie used mi Lol MM, Mark Creek,
f"t mining purposes ami purposes in
liiinitai thereto.
'I'lii- Consolidated Mining ami Smell
iliR t'n.
Iiv i'. II. MeDougall, Agenl
April BOth, I'M I II III
CRANBROOK  LAND IMSTIIIST.
I.AM) NOTICE,
NOTICE   IS    HEREBY   GIVEN
Hui vi> Intend in opplj in Ihe Chid
Cnointhntonci nf i..nnis ami Works
foi permtsilon in purchase lho M
lowing described null site, situate, in
South Must Kootenai District:
Beginning at a post planted ai tho
Inleraccllon nf tin' western boundary
nl Lol Numbcf S060, with lho rlghl
..I way nf tin- Koolenay Central Hail
way; thence south 51 chains 11 links
cast, twenty-seven cIt.iwi chains',
more or less, (ollowlhg tin' northern
iinmiary ui tlit< Kootenay Central
right-of-way; thence north twenty-
eight (98.00) chains, mora or leu;
thence west fourteen ill.mi) chains,
more or less, In tho Imiinilary nl
Lol Number 51; ikcnrc in a northwesterly illrrclinn, lollowlng thr
boundary ni Lol Number 51, to tlm
cast boundary ol Lot Numbthi 8010;
thence east three (8.00) rlinlns in
tin' north-east ei rner nf l.nt Nutnbcr
8060; thenco south lour ( i.iiO) clialns
in tlm south-east cornet nl l.nt
Niitnlirr 'infill, thenco well two (2 oil)
rllllilis, lltnri' nr Irss, In lho lllarc nl
beginning, containing fmiy (Hi)
acres, tnnrc nr less.
The tit i.t:-.   Lumber Company,
.1. !•' Rrtdgoa, Loratiir.
Dnleil   Ibis  10th    day nl    April,
lllll. Itl-'M
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ELBOW PARK *
1(1  Lots.  Block  ."•:  $473 enoli.      Will soil  in  imirs.        X
', (.'nsli. Imlnnco S, fi nml '.I uiontlis, *
,      SOUTH CALGARY t
S Lots.   Block  II:  3350 enclt.     Will soil in pairs.        ♦
'. iv.li. bnlniico 8and 8 montlis. *
These nre excclliinl Inveitinuuts. ♦
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PINKHAM   ,1    MACLECD
tax  isu7
604 CENTRE ST. CALCAf.Y, ALTA
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KOOTENAY TELEPHONE LINES, LIMITED
SUBSCRIBERS ADDED
.inn    Paterson, .1.   Residence
:n;.*i    Watson, W. Re lidcm o
SUBSCRIUBRS CANCELLED.
.lii'i    Peddcwlrk, Mi
li.:,    II. n.i. i . i,.   \   i;
III    Illne, I   II
Iii i,i. un
Hi i'l ■
ll.'i.i, niv
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FARM FOR SALE I
~X- .•/•V.-'J ,2SJ*i*im*LVA*iu'!M*.X&-
320 Arri".. lout and a hall miles finin
' Cranbrook
180 Acres Good  Tillable Land
Balance Good Pasture Land
Buildings and  Improvements worth
$l,f)00
Large creek runs through the  farm
and OVER 100 ACRT.S CAN
BE IRRIGATED
The Cheapest Farm in ii. C.
Price only $5.00 per Acre, r. Cash:
For further information call on
i
FRED. A. RUSSELL |
CRANBROOK - U. C. ♦
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