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 VOLUMJC   10
^SEfin,
l-egiirtaine Lmiai
April _i oa
THE CRAiSiBROOK
t.BANBKOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   Till IISOAV.  OCTOBEK   31,   l!»l»7
NUl.ll_J.lt  :12
Reducing Our Stock of Furniture and Men's Goods
Jet ymi own- $tmiJy> Jt
YOUR Home is your pride, is it not? People
only glance at the outside, but they visit
with you on the inside.
Is there not a nook in your home that needs
something to set it off, and don't you think
that while
Furniture Ls Selling so Cheap
at Our Store
you could select something; to fit into that nook ?
OUR BIG SALE
Was never equalled by any previous attempt
on our part to give the people of the district
MORE THAN VALUE FOR THEIR
MONEY.   Now is the time to get
Winter Goods for Men, Women and Children
We object to summering over winter goods,
and must necessarily REDUCE PRICES if we
would CLEAR OUT OUR BIG STOCK
BEFORE SPRING.
Dressers, Stands,
Buffets, Sideboards,
China Closets, Music Cabinets,
Chairs in leather, silk and valour covers,
Roll Top Desks,
Chiffoniers,
Writing Desks in ladies and
combination
All these lines will be included
in the great sale.   All goods
will have sale price in plain
figures that can be seen a mile
Our stock of
Hen's Shoes
is undoubtedly the largest in
the city—altogether too big a
stock for the present condition
of trade, and we propose to let
nothing stand in the way of
reducing the line by
One Half
hllkhonk-maid Jay<i
&** wnxtM ^ou- ML
W&fc' OVJl koiLilMUidjl.
w
HEN your friends come you like things
nice.   If you have Furniture that is not
quite what you think i.s suitable for your
home,
Let Us Take It In Exchange For New
Call or drop us a postcard and we will send our
man to your house and give you a price on
YOUR OLD  FURNITURE
The   Cranbrook   Cooperative   Stores
i
List of property   offered for sale by
Frost Investment Co.
Heal  F.state and Ken I nls
1 AltM LANDS
Hid acres on Kootcuay rive
International HmuihI.u y,
(-rain laud without Irrlg
miles from town, good fr
marly level, one ball prairie
covered with scattered Umber, can
he irrigated if needed for fruit or
grain raising. Priee, *S per aero, 1-5
wwh, Balance vearljr, m will exchange fm  L'ranbrook trtly  properly.
mid aero bay I i.  Ono oi ihe lust
in Kast Kootenay, MO acres natural
meadow, heavy black soil, A clear,
balance has some scattered brush, r>
miles from lown, good outalde range,
log buildings, spring walei li looking   for a   moiii'j   malci Invostlgat
SHAUGHNESSY IS SANGUINE
PRESIDENT OF    I
IMPRESSIONS   III-
THROUGH WEST
P. Il   GIVES
Ills VISIT
.XCOlll'll
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al.i
ill,.-.. 0,1
lli oh
ol
rale-rein)
Tin' il
,'   |,l,-s„|,
Aiifif,
Mil.   uml
iilllre.ll,
Price,   nu pel
liiiE.iiii-ti In yearly |iaytn
lllll ni'ii'.s uilil   luml
1'i.illir, about   12 null-:
Ills
ll, lllllll', .III
I.l      I.    Si-
Uii- |ialll.
\fli-r conduct-
nspectton over
ilir 0. P. 11.,
i Tlimii.is Shaugbnossy,
ii ilin-i- nl ilir ritrcotors
nl Um i,l llie iiiiiii.11- ol
mil's, returned In tin'
mi n special from .lie
cclors wlni accomttnn-
il mi tlir luui were
in' oldest director ol
W. II. Matthew, Iiniii
mil V.. II. Osier
Vice-President
.iiiiLiit-i.il situation the world over is
experiencing a closeness such as has
nnt been undergone lor some years,
ami conditions in other countries
lmve naturally mndo themselves ft-it
in ('.nulla, lull in some instani-t-s
July Concerning lhe Inline ol the
country there is not a particle ol
doubt. lis resources -iml possibilities i'.ui enable it to t.iK,- care ol ii-
selt and   even   il matters have     to
TURQE0N DECLARE!) ELECTED
ith
nil a In if I  |'-
iln-,   should
apprehension.
••Willi regiird  to r
i  iii,- i' p. is. li.i
keep pace uiih tin' ii
Prince Allien, Saak., Oct. 2..—
Hon. Alphonse Turgeon llie new at-
" j torucy-geiier.il ul Saskatchewan wus
luniBht duly deelarod elected as re-
prcscuiaiive ul Prince Albert city iu
the provincial legislature by a
majority oi 115- On lhc evening ul
ladling day, J. 13. llra'lsliaw, lhe
provincial rights candidate li.nl a lead
ul tour, but tliu-e were secured by
. tying up a large number ul Liberal
„■_. „,n.i,n,, votes. Tho majority ol these have
li.vii 11 vine in slnco '"'*'" "Howell by llie courts ol
revision wliieli sat fur
lir
attain a
regarded
days lasl
ini'k dividing upun llie qualilUiations mAn.i t0 sw, „|,at „as been'donc
slant Chiel Engtiici
fi    also a,i-,ini[iaii
hundreds
vi'lo "
nbsolutcl
ilie    tin
U.v.* beei
ol Willi rog
Win.  miihvnys
,1 nub's
amis   nt
pour!
t liif
wcobs
ilia
Ii.ii-i  |i.
all   Hie
nl
Iiiuiii,, -I unit's Im
s-heliily rolling, ni
good ilivi-isiiiisi fu.ru)
acre,    Easy terms.
lllll ai'lli slightly   ll
Kootenny rlvor, I in
beautiful location,
timothy, lisiiu >m
eil-., lull set Implomo
head oi oattle nml
goods go with pi,ni-,
Iiiiiii Iln- sl.nl, 1,1.11
trims.
Al.l
-llll
iib'l.l, 'I.
been |.l
to  I'll
Hi,
iprovcd l,n
Ir hum station, ,
,U     aeies    in ){
use,  g.iotl  barns, ,,
its, I Innsi-s, ,'iu I
all    linusi'liiilil ,
a money maker
>li.      Ki-asiiiialilo y
i
llll
llli'
 I!
Kootenny
laml,
III   <l,i']l
III,
eil uiih
wilh laml,
i will make
inn*.
iil l.i
•_»u aril's    wild land
rlvor, .uu acres Iuu hut
ci'lent    lor timothy, v
mi lines   bench    land,
luui-   timber    which goes
good nuisiile range.    The
a niiv    place lor iliv.isiii
Price, in poi acre, 1 rash,
yearly,
CITY  I'HOf'EUTY
Thice residence I'd
liesl location In   ell
llnul, stumps rlt'aif
tion lui linlilt'. I'lii
11.110,
Three room house, close in, lot
lent tiiinl, buiise nicely linlsbnl inside, in good repair. Hails lot 111.
per month.    A snap at |55(».
TIIE   FROST    INVESTMENT  CO.,
Crntlhrnok, 11. 0.
Ilfiil Estate and Rentals
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"STEWARTS"::
The Uii.lliurKnill stur
Hal
on Baker Hill,
,  lay  high, east
. ii.'.,ut iiui loea-
', it taken soon,
33
pi
s    and     oQIcials  haw
ig ovei  ihe western ti
I between hero nnd ihe const,
annual trip ot inspection    of
tern in tho west, for ihe pur-
ascertaining  (he nature     of
vein.ui ol     the western trallic
insh season ol Hie year, and
provisions which will
le lor ils gtowih     iu
• course ol a year,    Every    year
s nip is made by tho ofltcin
gclv  upon      the    estimates
met) are   preparations put
wnj  foi   the lollowing season.
"The |nn. IslOll    lot lhe crop
ment has invu more complete
mmi I ban Ira
iui)  previous
ent  lliis morning.
..I     the    wheat    In
lil-oilRhl  before lbe
ll.e road lhe (art th
i.i ihe western line
lie  gie.Mlv     liiere.ise
tbe    provision tins
s and
I IlllS
under
tins
r boon tlie case,    at
son," said the pr.'si-
The
sit ol the past
c been building
new lines to de-
This lias heen
on account of
Immigrants who
uio the country.
I lie enlist met ion of
will also lmve to be a
readjustment. While
i.it ar.1 necessary will
It nexl ve,n the greatest, ef-
.i the company will rather be
•il low.nils thoroughly equip-
11 the western lines for tbe
great Increase of trafllo which is
hound lo lake place. Tliere arc a
gre.il m.iiiv new schemes which will
h.ive ii. he carried out, but the management feil that larger appropriations will he made to completing and
I improving tho service on the lines
which have heen built. The earnings
'nl the rnad nre keeping at a high
Iflgnrc, nnd railway earnings are
fair criterion of
My." ,
I   Sir Thomas also spoke nf the pro-[great convenience   lo the people    of
gress ol llie   great  irrigation project  Klngsgftt-0 as well as to all others in
Lil Calgary.    Kfiorts were lielng    di- the district    who have occasion    to
'reeled to   thoroughly complete    the [communicate with Hie people of
Iporllons  which bad  already  been un-
ih'ii.ikeu nml   iis soon as this    was
'completed tlie eastern division of the
[scheme would he en len si upon, whieh
would comprise an additional 350,000
TWO FINE RANCHES
A representative of the Herald vls-
il-cd the ranches of Robinson -x Mckenzie, just east of town, und the
one owned hy William Hamilton, on
ihe bench lands west ot the city. I).
II. Imliuugc, who has charge of the
milling operations for the Uobiuson-
.Wckcn/.ic company, is an enthusiast
ou the possibilities of the soil in this
valley, aud in the way of roots and
currants, strawberries, etc., he has
demonstrated what tbe soil here will
| produce, ami next year will go lu on
muoh larger scale.       It is pleasing
( challenged voters, wilh lhe result
i.l the ejection of .Mr. Turgeon by a
substantial majority.
The counting of lhe votes occupied
Ue turning Officer K. C. McGuire from
ten a.m. until 7.1,1 p.m., and was
watched hy the defeated candidate and
his solicitors, Messrs. McKay and
Adam, Mr. Turgeon who is at He-
gina, being represented liy Hon. T. II.
Mcfiuire, and .las. Lindsay.
There are slill 131 votes tied up by
appeals from rulings of the revised
courts, HM of these being iu bchall
of Mr. Ilradshaw. Tiie appeals will
be heard by a supreme court judge.
■   ♦   "   —■
MAIL FOR KINGSGATE
Arrangements have been made    by
ihe Dominion government    so    that
hcrcuflcr mail can be sent to Kings-
rnuii.rv's prosper-1 pale on Mondays,   Wednesdays    and
'Fridays.    This will prove lo he
that
prosperous point.
Hi'iuliitiiii-ii'iH .or
ONTIHIO llllll'Hs If'ONl'OIIHS
iin uii: riiiNiiKlKiii'M
l'INKAI'1'I.KS. I'KAtll.KS
I'KAIIS       ...'I UW
rtl'HW'.MlT'S KINK HlinCOUTUS
HUGH STEWART
I'hoiiM 7A AniiHtrong Ave.
The nrotlulhood of Kailway Trainmen will give their annual ball on
New Year's Five this vear at the new
iu
tu
the
best ball iii the history uf the order
iu this citv. Hear in mind the date
and don't'fail to secure a ticket.
i!9-tf
SOME KINK APPLES
Dan Burton brought lo the Herald
|office Inst week some annles Hint
'were grown lu a Ave vear old orchard
bv Ihtve Yarmouth, id Creston, that
heft. are beauties. Mr. I.annouth has
made a great success of his orchard
,and his fruit is looked upon ns some
of the finest raised in that wonderful
"r.C pear bolt.
TODAY IS THANKSGIVING
this ranch the past season, and it Is
men like Mr. Uulmage who are selling Hie puce for future prosperity iu
tbis district.
William Hamilton is the pioneer
fruit man of Mie section immediately
around Cranbrook. ll was some
six or seven years ago thai he stalled lo clear oil the land tbat he purchased on the bench above Cran-
brooW, ami the people said that lio
was crazy to think oi making a .success of fruit on that property. But
Mr. Hamilton has lived to demonstrate that he was far from crazy
when he maintained that the bench
ands around Cranbrook would produce the best of fruit. It wilt do
any one good to visit Unit place ami
see what Mr. Hamilton has accomplished. And what be bas done
can be done with hundreds of acres of
land wi-hin a short distance of Oranbrook, and ito day will come in tliis
district when Hie people will feel
thankful for the pioneer work done by
Mr. Hamilton in the way of showing
tlie peoplu that this is a fruit country. There he has apples, pears,
plums, growing iu profusion, ami the
Herald man was permitted to nick
tbem from lbe trees just, to show
what tbis climate is like the lirst of
N'ovrmher.
THK Nl'.l.SON-lHUOl'. CO.
The     two
Harold     Neb
Hruce have
again  this
well kiiown favorites,
on and Clifford Lane
formed a combination
und are presenting
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4444*
l NOTICE
I TheCranbrooKWood Fuel Dealers Association
Tn WHOM   IT MAY OiNCKRN :
WOOD  IS CASH
Anil owing to the high price ol Horse Feed and Labor and
tin' distauco which dry wood Ims now to lx* hauled tn tin:
town, th" following prices have been sei, TO TAKE
EFFECT n.n.M  THIS UATEi
ST..VK WOOD,  12 to 20-inch lengths, 2Bieks       84.00
ii " L'l   - $4.80
FI'ltNACE  Wot iD. over ul inches an.! under li
iiiohes. I Kick . 81.....
CORDWOOD, per Cord      $4.25
i i:n- Hi- k i-: 1 fl. high x by 1 ft. lung.
Oranbrook. B.C., October 'JJ. 1907.'
ingest foil
i llie   ii   year ngo
iiuniugi-mcut     ot
,nI the i.impotent
s would h.ive   lo "'i,--'.
il,   ami this year |   The laml which is now in readiness       ,  ,,.,, ., ,.,,
been such as    to,ior sptllemenl is rapidly being taVon, |oncrn lumse and    lbe commute.
il ilie recurrence "1 any mich ion-  ami llierc ean   be no doubt ol    the charge are making arrangements
illllons as lhose ol a veai ago. With success of lhe   scheme.    The region jR|V„   )•„, people ol   .'ranbrook
regard lo lbe movement "I lhe grain  will, nf course, he divided inlo small-
II is progressing rapidly, nnd lhe do- er holdings,   bul  the   increased pro-
iTi'asc In volume ol tbe year's    trop declivity nf   land and Hie certainty
is scarcely us much as was estimated of tbe crop   will   mnko the best    ol
by llie road olliciuls.     ln tact,    the  farming conditions,
movement  is calling Inr the use    ol |   Willi   regard   lo work iu    British
all Ihe   extra equipment which    has Coiumliin grenl   attention   will have
been provhlcil.     The due weather ol.ln he devoted lo the needs of    that
lbe pasl   inonih   bas aided in    lhc  province,     The development nl    Its
wnil; of   threshing   tlie grain,    and varied ami extensive   Industries    <lc-
where lhe crops are good lhe rush i.s niaitils   increased    oipitpuieiit In    ns
ns grenl as ever.     As I slntcd    lie-'great a  proportion ns lhe   Increased
ore, I an: ol (lie opinion that     tho  wheal ncrcagc of   lhe   wheat
aggregate    fliianelnl    return ot   the The projected line Irom Kamloops to
year's crop will he as great us a year 'F-ihnoti-toti liv wav ot Thompson river,
ago, even it the volume Is less.   ,       'whieh   would  open   up an absolutely
"The   prevalent    rumors of    hard new   country,   rich In    natural
limes iu   Uni wesi are mil, to he te- sources, Ims heen discussed, but    lor
gni'dcil ns at all, serious.      A period tlio present is not given preference to
of readjustment is   hound In    come  many   works of    greater importance
sooner or   later iu any new country wlllcll have lo be rompleleil. Today is Thanksgiving Day and lhe
Where ils growth is so rapid as  has     N'„  apprehension need   lie lelt    Uio licoplc ol Cranbrook and Ibis district
been the progress in the west lor the coining yiiir because ill luel scarcity have a lot lo If thankful lur.   Tbey
past Ihrec or   lour years.    Such    a  as sullieiclil curs have been put-   Inlo are living in one nl the best, districts ,      ,      , ,   ,     ,
period ot rcn.IJusliiir.it hns come    In the coal regions nl Alberta and Itril- in a great    province, and the lulurc choirs ol the ciuiieiies are usual     in
Canada and is   onlv a natural result |sh   Coiumliin lo lake   out all     lhe  is tar brighter llmu    the past    haj. kindly
mul Is rather In he'taken as a    good supply and luml* the wostorn prov- been, and   that is    saying a    great |gl—
|sign Uian a bad one. Then again tbe luces witb all they require ideal.
the "Egyptian of I'ompeii," a play
lhat (its these two gentlemen to a
nicety. Miss Scott is also with the
company, and other members llial
malj* tiie combination an exceedingly
strung one. They will appear at tbe
new opera bouse next Friday and
Saturday evenings, and the advance
sale shimlil lie a heavy one. Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hruce' will lully appreciate the new opera house and will
endeavor io give to their Cranbrook
audiences lhe very best performance
that they bave ever presented in this
city.
THANKSGIVING DAY SERVICE
A united service wiil In- held in the
Baptist church nt 11 o'clock on
Thursday. The members of the
WiC e
assist, ltev. It. Hughes will
short address. The service
I will last but one hour.
L
***•
MEMBERS OP ASSOCIATION :
It. S. Baron P. llayward W. Hush
.1. !•'. lii'inkiii i:  Corbet! I!. Largert
I. E. Fierce M   Fr„st W. J. Doran
Harris & W I: .1-.-  Wallace II. K. Frltas
T. Mi.ri O. Morchida
->->->->*♦->«♦♦->♦->♦->-><>*♦ *****
********** ♦♦♦«,■;
I.ANU NOTICE
ASBESTOS SAD IRONS
The   Inn*   witli   solid   iron core and
Atbcstos-lincd hood nml handle.
They  supply  tho want of  a better
in hi.
Tin-  line with   variety-an  iron  for
every pnrposo.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE • CRANBROOK, Ii. C.
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'lows:
Coiiimencing at a post planteil    on
....     .   ,  . ,      ,, _ ,,. , ,   ,i.,.-„ the west boundarv ot Lot 830, O. 1,
Notice Is hereby given hat I, Harry K^,, Koolm.y   -eighty chains soutll
Hamilton   McVittie,    ol   Cranbrook, „| u„. northwest corner ot said Lot;
H. C,    occupation,   General Agent; thence   north    eighty chains, iliencu
agent l.n  Victor Albert Rollins,    ol west eighty    chains,    Uience    south
Cranbrook, ll.   C, occupation, Hotel '^ ,cll"ins'   ,'»mM    »»* '^
     ,'     .      '        ' i li.mis in place ol commencement.
Keeper, Intend   to apply lor permis-       Vj|.|(ir  ^mt mn
miiii in    purchase    six   hundred and       nillrv ,|,.milton McVittie, Agent.
lorty acres ol land bounded as    inl      Dated October 21, 1907. 31-91, TIIK CKANIUtOOK II ICK Al.11
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
BEAD OFFICE. TO
UNTO
I.S'lAltl IMtl li   1807
B E. WALKER, President
ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager
A. H. IRELAND, Superintendento
branches
Paid-up Capital, $10.000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches lltruugboiit Canada, and in the United Stales and England
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMERCIAL AND FAUM.RS- HAHtH DlSCOUMEOl
IMPRESSIONS OF CANADA
[Seventh 	
Uritisli Journalist to the I.ondou
s i a into rd—('a kga i-y   the
Queen City.)
settling aud develop*
work as a laud
ment agency.     ,****-****************************.
Prom a variety of causes it tell out
iter written bv a touring Itllilt Hlv lillwi BWitoil l« the com-
|pany in Un- extreme west. ©I Canada's
groat prairie belt took the form ol a
solid hlix-l. of ibree million acres in
ex uni, of laml ttien regarded as
ranching country, iis rainfall being
well under twenty inches per annum.
This hlock liis along the main C. p,
It. tine (or 150 miles cast of Calgary, I
While    it remained     no thing    mote' aMBammmmm
than minting bind it could only pro- '   Biamlton Times, October I: A theat-
tii a lew    individuals, and it    could   "i""1 "" 'l",,! u-*  i-i:"~"   ■• -■-
never provide Hie C. P. It. with any
considerable return.
Broadly Speaking, il might he said
of this laud that, in the absence    of
The cities ot Canada's vast western
plains me all remarkable, even wonderful, lot' one reason or another; and
among them Calgary is particularly
m.lable. As prairie cities go, Calgary is mature; il has quite a history. Vet huge sections of it are
entirely the production ot tbe past
Hiree years,    and   the city has quad-
THINGS THEATRICAL
"THK TEXAS HANOI*;.!" COMING
"The Texas Hanger" will appear at
the new o|irra house ou November 4,
and it is reported thai this company puis up u very interesting entertainment.
"Wl. AUG KINO"  A  DANDY
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 und upwards received, nnd Interest allowed at
curriut rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever ia
the withdrawal uf the whole or any portion ot the depuait.
upled its population since the open- artificial wain  supply, il  would   ul-
Cranbrook Branch,
F. C. MALPAS, Manager
lt^m.itZ.'i^VlA.*ZXllmttm*t.m
A   Word   to   the  Wise!
Cold weather means big fires in your house,
uni at the commencement of the cold season
there is always a danger of fire owing to
neglect ot stave pipes. See your stove pip.s
are thoroughly cleaned, and better still, also
take out a FIRE INSURANCE POLICY with
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Insurance
iug of the present century
The Intiik clearings of Calgary for
tlie year Willi were considerably over
live anil a half millions of dollars-
larger, that is, lhan those of a number of other cities in Norlh America
of three limes its size. Its customs
receipts nnil postal receipts for WOO
represented respectively flit and 32
pel cent of those of Uie cut ire province of Alli.'ii.i. The value of assessed proper!j has actually doiihhd
in a dingle year iu Calgary, though,
s.. (,ii iiom being ,i mushroom lown,
ibly better known
it that of most prairie
m of its comparatively
be
Vi sltii.-iil I'm
careful expr
there
iky iiud speculative
the wheal farmer. Hut
i mentation showed that
in which fitly
liral production that justified alt the
press eulogies that preceded it, was
"We Aro King," which delighted a
packed opera house last night To
say that lhc hero plays lbe part ol
king well is mild praise, mid David
iB, Oally, in his dim! roles of suIk.tilu.c king and crigtnul king simply
captured nil hearts. The thread id
Intrigue rises at times to crime, ami
I"
yield
Ifil) acres ii
Hint llml w
Un*     euHh
climatic   viui.itffl 	
lieen proved Unit even in wet countries artificial irrigation produces
heller results than can lie obtained
wltlioul it. It is lbe sales! kind nf
crop insurance, it removes Irom the
farmer ibe gambling element ot
rlafifl nnd uncertainly from which lie
can never he quite free lu any climate while depending upon lbe
vagaries of the weather for lhe development of his crops. Also it
makes Intensive farming possible, and
li  is the fact that up till  Mi-Wi nhoul    'but    close settlement
recently    Calgary has been a «'lilcti is the best kind of settlement
resort    with the unfortunate '°' a mllway   company and   for    a
that     is     known throughout   country, because il  is Hie best     for
Britain as the "remittance "»' fanner; lbe most   pleasant,     the
The remittance man is goner- iwosl profitable, nnd the most     per-
Ih a gentleman    with a pronounced Ill'1.",'"l,t
le fm excess iu the consimipt'ioii of
f ihis land could Im- made   fit  milt"11 "f "' is farvlenl, while llie love-
mote phililable return     than   "jakllig, especially in "Fairyland" in
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,i wiih absolutely no risks for  ""duly with it.
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CALGARY,  ALBERTA
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Tliis Hull'I Ims always been tlio louder
in its Iim'. ami will he kept up to the
stunil.'iril. If you want to meet tlio
people,  nn to the ...iieen's Hotel,
Queen's Hotel, Calgary
II. [,. KTI'.I'lll'.NS
I'UOt'lill'.i'oll
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alcoholic stimulant
one whn, for some
us wholly uudesi
nn.l relatives nl
shipped nil to "Hu
asylum, nnd grant
insl  sn long as hi
the ocean irom liis family. Thli
milligram is of all kinds, per*
1* least desirable from the
than or tlie colonial standpoint,
weakness* nnd worse, nf his own
iclei iliillinges lhe mother country in au Incalculable extent In the
eyes of her strenuous sons oversea.
The same qualities in the remittance
niiiii damage lhe colonies in the eyes
of untravelleil people nt home, for the
reason that ymir remittance man is,
naturally enough, never happy in the
laud of liis enforced adoption, and
ih.it when be has drunk up bis quarter's allowance be Is apt to devote
liis time to the composition of a
feluomy kind    of begging letter home,
The l\ I', K. disco ve ml early in
the present century that one-half of
iheir three million aero block could
lie Irrigated. With Hie example before ii of The loss, dissatisfaction nnd
litigation which have arisen out of
irrigation in the United Slates, the
Ciiniili.ni government Introduced
legislation wiib regard to irrigation
within ihe Dominion which is said
tn he lhe best and simplest of its
kind in the world. The department
of agriculture at Washington 1ms officially descrihed* tlw Canadian irrigation laws in this way. Under the
V. I*. II, initiation scheme in Allierta, the a<lvantages offered are
uiiiq-iic, in America, at all events,
for the settler's title to his perpetual
iirit-'tt-tnn supply is ass absolute as liLf
I lite to the hind itself.
The wnler for the irrigation id tbe
western section of the f1. P. R.
block, -1511,111X1 acres in extent, is
diverted from tlie How river, two
miles   below   Calgary,    through
iug the audience's favor wilh it list
nf talented assoelalos, all of whom
are of about equal prominence iu tho
tast. The company i.s touring under
lhe auspices of C. IV Walker, lhc
VOtorun theatrical manager, anil
proprietor of the Walker theater in
Winnipeg, .Man. .Mr. Walker's namu
was lhe guarantee upon which the
house sold out.
("We Are King"  will In' played  111
the new opera house on November !>.)
Fon
whieii''pnints cnlouiaTi'ife Vn\The"most  ^Lu^^^^'il^l^VF.^ a"l iif? '
Tin-:
DKUUtilSTS
l>i!.|n.iisiii£ is mir specially
existence in (ect wiflt' al ,,H' water line.     Tu the
arduous kind of toil western section, over the headwaters
a man with adoquute »/ which I    was shown by the C. P.
to    sav   nothing of ■•■ engineer in charge, there will    be
seventeen miles nf main canal.     150
colors,
which the mosl
rarely provides
fond' supplies,
.Sometimes the recipient of     these miles of   secondary   canals, und 8(10
precious serllVbllngs  (usually indicted miles of irrigating ditches, or    close
in nu hotel bar, by the wav) are In- "I'"" 1000 mllw of waterways in the
discreet     enough to    circulate them «*ole    block, and five million     dol-
mnons friends in Rutland, aud in this <'jrs will be spent on the work.   This
way the lying poison of them spreads W-ganlic undertaking was begun     in
Indefinitely,    even in   these comnarn- m*j ""« a »r»o I'-1'"* »f';'"'  western
lively enlightened davs.     Now, if my sw,l°'' ls "m;     ***** Irrigation, and
study of Western Canada has taught ppen for settlement.     Indeed,    some
me .inv single    thing at all, it    has ImiHlrods of settlers aro already    at
lumltlveW  eoirvlneeiliiii-  thnl,  litinuin- *?"*   »l'"»   'holr  hohHnjp,   mosl       of
Iv speaking   it  is not possible for an Umn ■#**# mrewd, bard-beaded farm-
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able-bodied man nf sane mind to lack
profitable employment here, and a
fait living, jf he is willing to work.
A drinker or a loafer may, of course,
Iiiiii himself nut of employment uuy-
wlu re, A man who refuses nil Vimls
nf work save oue, in a place where
lhat nne kind of work is not in de-
y fail     to get employment
from I'he
having spied
new gulden of
mi
United States,    who,
the wealth of   ihis
Alberta,  and  reckoned
A (ilEUAT MUSICAL TREAT
CRANBROOK
.Manager Beattie, of the Cranhrook
opera house, has lieen successful in
securing lbe famous "Kilties" band
for l wo grand concerts here nu Nov.
(ith, afternoon nnd evening. Tbe
"Kilties" are en route to the coast
via Spokane, Wash., ami will go
soulh to Mexico. The "Kilties" will
come to Cranbrook in strong. They
carry besides their big concerl band,
some great special features, such as
Uie mmle tholr of Hi trained voices.
Tin's choir sings unaccompanied. They
also have 5 bagpipers, it Scottish
dancers and celebrated soloists. The
'•Kilties" bave won a great.reputation in seven different countries.
When they were in Europe three years
ago they" appeared twice before ' the
Iving by royal command. Tbe "Kilties" were tlie star musical attraction at the World's Fair al St.
Louis, 1903, where all their concerts
were given In the million dollar festival hall. This being an extraordinary event, and the prices in reach of
all. should and will mean a packed
house. The "Kilties11 will give a
grand regimental parade in full Highland dress, a sight well worth seeing
ami one not soon to be forgotten.
ONK OF THE BEST SHOWS COM-
j    ING TO CRANBROOK
A delightful romantic comedy, beautifully staged and elaborately costumed, presented, by a company ol
high class players,'is C. P. Walker's
most successful offering In "We Are
King."
The action is in Knhubiirg, a small
principality in Germany, ami deals
wilh tbe complications in living to
dethrone King Hector, a despot, who
has run his kingdom into debt and
ground down bis subjects.
(liistaviis Vcnuer, correspondent fot
the London Record, a light-hearted
fellow, wanders     into Kahuburg     in
basis of their own profitable experiences umlcr the less favorahle conditions in the Slates, have sold out
their itoldings there nt good prices,
and bought into Canada's rich land
I do not think that il i's possible a' »*» hWJy advantageous rates now
for nn honest man who is ready to .oftered hy lhe C. P. R
turn his band to any work to fail to1 (>'"' ,". }***» ««" l»J» tfoomy
lind it in Western Canada, and that ™r*rtt£l"22 or T, lh,T l.'" "
al n really good wage. It mav la- "I States farmers bad sold their
taken,J am assured, that the* man hoWta« to our young English "len-
whose experience is otherwise, is a ,H'.f,K>,s . *',tl« caM M,,ll>' W1,h;
man in whom there is something 'iml 'J™ -\*il ln «»^ Il;rlf *»p ^ounj
radically wrong. And the demand '•' * '"« '»'V jhncrHwjl »« » Jn^old
for labor considerably exceeds the sup- jMiei ' propiwilon ''British Can-
plv, more in some disirieis than In «*»; .'} H»J ll('1'1 ». ' f so,rt n of
others,     but generally,    throughout. '¥"« '/L^W    °* a11 »»ougIi Can-
iii0i«"wWui'po«i«iit^
burg aii-tl bis followers, who are
plotting io rid Mu* kltigtlom nf lice-
tor, are so impressed with Vomer's
marvellous resemblance to the King,
that ihev induce Vernier to initwrson-
ate the Kiim. who is away mi a see
ret mission,
Vernier, under the impression   that
Western Canada, and more markedy
Ih- Ii'thcr west one goes until, as
on.' Hears the Pacific coast, the unskilled laborer is sought after at !3y
n day, and the highly skilled worker
.<t more than double 'that figUM.
In lhe past Calgary has lieen known
chiefly as the capital and distributing
center nf the great ranching country
nf Mie west, which runs right up into
ihi' sunny foothills of the Rockies. As
such it acquired a distinct personality of its own, resembling at many
points llie California!) country towns
nf ranch ing days, and the plains
towns of New South Wales, with
Iii telling posts outside every bouse,
uud drowsy saddle ponies standing
before all the hotels and stores. But
Ihe ilays nf the territorial ranch in
Western Canada nre over now. Irrigation, increased population, tho
cultivation of that magnificent variety of wheat called "Alberta Red,"
nnil the coming of intensive agriculture, have combined lo tender it Impracticable for the individual rancher
in monopolize whole miles of prairie
for grazing purposes.
I One result is Ihal a single real es-
late agent "cleaned up" nearly two
hninlieil thousand dollars in Calgary
last year. Another is that Calgary
is developing so quickly that one may
almost see it growing, both as to Us
mn nnf.icl tit ics uud its residential
quarters. Another result is that in
ihis pari of Sunny Alberta, more,
pel haps, iban iu any other, save the
district round its beautiful new capital, Edmonton—one of the most
amazingly rich and prosperous centers in the whole of Canada—you
shall search all day and lind no idle
man, you shall listen all duy undt hear
im woihI of other than happy, confident, optimism, you shall infpriro here, I
there and everywhere, and fail to discover a single individual who is not
s-ily and rapidly improving his posi-
Th'at is to say, that some of
tlie richest parts of the British heritage in Canada are falling into non-
British hands, hy reason of the un-
rtM'diitcss of the Brifisher to lake
udvantage of ihe rare gifts this mod
ern Canada offers.
A. .1. Daws
Ire is rendering the King ami the
court a favor, .and seeing good
"copy" in sight, consents. Hector
returns unexpectedly and is dragged
away lo prison as a spy. while Vender, costumed as llu- King and accepted hy the court, proceeds to run
the kingdom, lie'lowers the taxes
on the people, throws the palace open
to the public, and gels himself into
all sorts of ludicrous complications
through his ignorance of court affairs.
Mr. David   B.    dally, as flustavtw
Vernier amt   Hector,     King ol Kahuburg, has a splendid voice, an admirable stag** presence and is ably fitted
■HHH^^^^^H   for He
THE CORPORATION OF THK 'uses In the dual role ail the requirements, Ilis effective change from
the light hearted devil-may-care cor-
 ^H   respondent, to the despotic and     do-
—— haticbed King, shows clearly that    he
Any male or female, being a British lm? m«stor™ t,lp flnM l,oi»,s of   lll«
subject of   the full age of 21     years, iirJ:    „ ,.      .,.,,, ,  , ,
who has pa HI all the rates and taxes Mr f'.al,>' wUI 1k' ably supported by
for tbe current vear, and has con- " ,m^J°l c«npany, including Mr.
linuoiisly resided' within the munlci- Mimmd tarroll Mr. Wm. McKeg-
iwlity since Ihe lirst day of .January, »<£; Mr- "l.1"- P"*™' N*88 J*"™
1907, and who is a   householder    or £mtonv.__?"88   Mm    H,!1 iiml MlsM
license   holder   within the municipal- 0rnCe lltll<>"- 	
By, may register   as a   voter for the ' -.—. .-•+ .
19(18 election, if the necessary de- PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS
duration is deposited at tbis    office 1 ■ ■-—
on or before the first day Fellow pilgrim, don't send to the
of November. Persons qualifying one cent belt for your clothing. Rets license holders, who are not prop-  member it is your duty to patronize
CORPORATION    OF
CITY OF CRANBROOK
NOTICE
erty holders, must attend to registration of their names on the Bit,
Persons who have become property
owners since December 31st (1000)
are   requested to inform    the under-
igncd at once.
Thos. M. Roberts, C.M.C.
OIlv   Clerk's Office, Cranbrook, B.
C, Oct. 1st. 1907. 3-17-31
DECISION'S  RESPECTINO  NEWSPAPERS
Any ih'isoii or persons who take a
paper regularly from the post office
whether addressed in his name or another's or whether he has suhscrilicd
or not is responsible for payment.
If a person'orders his paper discontinued, he must pay all arrears, or
tlie publisher    may continue to send
home industry. If you want to be
mi the same level as the Chinaman
and tlie much-despised Jap, send
away to Uncle Tim's for everything
you wed, and In a few years you will
gloat over the few paltry dollars you
cheats! your home merchant out of.
Do the right thing and patronize
tbe men who arc Ihe haikhonr of the
'lown and when you die nnd cross the
Great Beyond you will receive your
reword.
Colmttbiait College
Nnw W.-MmliiHi.-r, 11. tV
Kumitli-d |Mtt.   Inenrpnrnt.Hl i*ix
t'riiviiltw a Ohrisllnn Home forttudimtftnf
Iiniii w-»t'N nt iiuiilfriiti* rnti-H. Bui- a I'lf-
l.iiintorv I'hiHN for junior nIiiiIhiiIn  Inkii.u
I nl.li.' Hobool   work.    IIih-h   HiKli H.-l I
work, 11ml iin-pun-H fur I'lnviitilnl Tenplinrs
KxnniiiiHlioiiH. Ti'itil.i'w all Iiiiiii.'lii'H •! 11
I'niitii'iil Huniiii'111. Ci.iimi', ami r.ii.d'ih
illploiiniM.   lin|inriN n LilM-iiil Kiliii-iitiiiii in
,11011.    Meantjme," many people In' and ' it"~i«iVil" payment is made, and    then
a lion I Calgary are making large   lor-.coHeel lhe whole amount whefber the
■,lll»''s' paiK-r is taken or not.
I   As nu illustration     of Hie   tfprvial I   The courts have decided thnt refus-     . , -.- .—.     ,    .   ..
kind of progress iu AHiei-ta tti which  ing lo take newspapers or periodicals   !'H ' odeglnle »oaiw, iiihI in tin- Ian fit
Calgary is a notable center I ean offen from the po»t office or removing and  S^JSL?ift fcSVfiBl» 'li 1 IWw
nothing    more    striking   than    the leaving them uncalled tor while    sub-  lnK> ,n-    ,,K   * "* * "''  '      !    '
Canadian Pacific railway's great     ir- ttcription     remains unpaid, is prima
ligation scheme, which is admiUwlly Ifacie evidence ol iutention.il Iraud,
• Hit* biggest    irrigation project     ever ♦
undertaken in the new world.     As is !_„„-.,   , ,.
Kenornlly known, the great work    of^RR^    CREEK     HOTEL     KOR
ili-veliipiiient  accoioplislteil in   Canada
by Ihe Canadian Pacific railway   has
heen recognized and assisted hy    tlie
LEASE
Owing to Ill-health I will lease tlie  tiun"w-itb the Tomiitit (villi*
H       ■■■■■■■■■■■■ii ■■■■■in ■ .I
Hit; work i'ioi  111 ki- HludmitH tlinuiuli ihe
enni|ili*tf ArtH .'iiiii-n-** for the It A .li'«ri'i' of
I Toroiilo UnlV-BtBity, with which llie i'i.II.'ui-
mill (till nlliliiiliiin, III Meifliet-, tem-lii-H lhe
* Iti-Mt .venr of Toronto *Mio.i| of fletunen, mul
Iim u H|»H'iiil KtiKltiH'rliiKl'oiii-Hi>iiihi|iti'<l to
Iiiraittienl i'iiKiiiiH"iiiw work In thin j'rovin 
In Muite, h ronipli'ti'i'immi- in 'I'ln-or.v. Voir-*
t iiltur*. nml Plimo iiii.I OrgtlU, in uiilljlllii]-
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I'liiuili,,,, K„v.n.ine„t "-by^ iil-ianH    ,*' ^ml^M^ tlSm"o7 \^ *&d&^m*i^,*^r®
tinisii laml niants lo the rorponillaii. lintel iilnne.    For terms write O. A. t|.„. Trnin.iiir, u-liliull tli« nilvrniliiiiM "I «
In ibis wny tlie ('. P. It. lias    lieen BnrR.-, .'laiilnnnl,, II, I'., nr   call at writ r.,u.|.,uMi u.tiiimi.liii-i.-l'iir I'lik-mlur.
given an iiililitiomil incentive in    its tbe hotel. •Jdn«C'„lumbiai,lull.,.
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CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,845,000
$4,845,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits Irom dale ol deposit
•md CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch 1 J. r. M. PINKHAM. Mgr. I
Your Druggist Is Just As
Important As Your Doctor
Thu Doolor duvets what moiliciiio yon slmll
t.'iki', nml if ynu ilo nut got it exactly as he orders,
Ij 13 ttilvieo ami efforts are lost.
The pulilit' know when they soo our label on n
prescript ion that it is just what their doctor
ordered    nothing more   nothing leBS,
We can Iiii "iny iiilollijrently written proscription from any doctor, IE wa can't we will tell you
honestly.
That is why wo have the reputation of being
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS.
Vim don't tnko n chance at
wttia
WHERE HPPAY5 TO DEAL
UNDERTAKING
A SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDOE OP IIII: BUSINESS
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(Iniiii Slab.lnj I" Conncc.lon
Nenren. to rnllrua,! iiiii. ,.i')n>l.    ..as arriiuiiuiH.a-
iloni lor tbe public uiieiimillfil lu Cntuhrtwk
Hoi •«(. Cold Ba.hu
lloKjcarth & Kolliim
 Proprletoit
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If ymi wunt Clotliini; Ihnl is "(lilt Eilgo" In iiiiino,
".lilt Elgo" in in iti'i'iil nml "dill- I'M;."' in innki',
ni 11 ami sooonr NEW STOCK uf Rcuily Miulo
OI')thii.g, JU..T BKOEIVED.   All Union Mmle
Leask Col Henderson 1
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% Box Overcoat
is probably the mo., popular
style that Fit-Reform ever
created.
It ii not too heavy for late fall
and early spring—and warm
enough for coldest winter
weather.
The most popular effects ate
Cheviots — although  Meltons
called for.
We leave it to you to say which is your favorite
—and present a variety of colorings lo please
every laste.    $ 18, $20 up. z,2
lack and gray
are  beinj  much
WUU
Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER,
SATURDAY EVENING REVERIE
[ns, .nui if iu. is imt respected    and side
.beloved then there is no such    tti Ing nnd
jus truth in this    world.     Remember
iilis, boys, and you will l»* respected
hv others,   and grow   up aird become
ireful men.
the
Sin* was lassoed after an hour
dragged igiiiiiiunioiisly back to
ftreet.
Tl
IT
Hit
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i in.i
v ol    uur
youi
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lilt
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, secure  a
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n-.ill
- amusing.
In ,
Imn
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all
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.f llu
country
let
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in that In.
bus,
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like
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avi\
i vacancy,
.Mill
lie
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III
over
run    witb
itpplioatilons. We know of young men
wuikin'; lor from Iwn hundred tu
three hundred dollars per annum, and
boarding themselves, who can oom-
niiiiiii, as mechanics, tliree times tli*
Why is it ihal g.
of almost every kind
iiuit ai«' coiumunding
I'i Uv, while sn many y
turning their Imelts uji
i'i's call hig, uihI lying 11
portunitiics    tn    Mi.'.iM,
twti'ii dingy walls, l i
day, lur a men* plt-tanc
«i mechanics
ie so scarce,
Iheir own
ntt; men aru
n ilieii fath-
wttil fm op-
u   calico be
ll t nailer
ih,.I your foi iui
nn* a (gentleman
dec ii ml a potrill
Yardsticks
i'nuisi'lf, young in.tit,
■ is made, that ynu
when onee ytou havu
ti      hi'lniid     Messrs.
ii.'s   cuunler.     Vou
INTERESTING ITEMS
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"A person that is a clever liar is
called a doctor of law," states an
Illonl school hoy in au essay
While boring for minerals in Zulu-
land a prospector found at a depth of
7"i i feet an Immense cavity containing thousands of fossil fish.
'■'Falling in love is not a matter of
discretion," declared Judge Willis at
the Woolwich county courl "Poor
human nature is to be pilled."
farmyard at Aishy,
is a wheat Black OVW
has
1   Standing in
near Anvnster
thirty years old. The owner
vowed that he will not tin.*h
stack until wheal makes _..t
quarter,
exceedingly  haul mad
travel lo nehiovc anything like    sue-1   ,„     ,       .    ,
cess.    V<m may as ' well understand . Iw" ]f& buckets, n tin trunk,    .
it, lirst iis lasl.    Unless you have    a b?x- aml lwolVB mSs ■*** ,,f a11 k'mi
large amouiri of cuenry, and are wil- !'f ewrent c"'»    "ere found i
ling to wort hard am? long, and wait »?"** ?*    »» olti wumi"1l   w,1,"
patiently,    and   have     some natural "(led by a dray     at  Ahegill,
adaptatioii     lo   the   business,     Uiu wuiymena.
liatiees ale that you will fail.  Don't
Distributing the prizes at Duidtead
college, Launoeston, Mr. E, il. Lamb,
M. I*. (chairman of lbe eily ot London  sdmols eiimmiltee)   said   Lmri-s-
ti»n was the county town of Cornwall, notwithstanding what might bo
said to the ciiiiirary. Bodwin might
In- the assize town ami she might continue to keep lhe criminals, imbeciles,
and lunatics, Truro could have her
grand new cathedral; but baunceston
would continue for all time lo be
Cornwall's county town.
Pressed by the Devon county education committee, the attendance officers in districts frequented by wandering gypsies have been making ranis
on gypsy encampments with the object of getting litem to send then
young "didekies" (children) to
school. The officers met with a
warm reception both from the parents and childrea, and in such case.-,
as Uiey Have beeu successful have incurred the wrathful displeasure of
iln* schoolmaster fur introducing children of an undesirable class into trie
School. It is suggested that the
"dtdekies" upset the discipline of Lite
school, and at the same liim. keep
the better class children away.
The
BURNS    BROS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Groceries  and   Crockery
I have just ri'i'i'ivi'il a large siiipiiicnt of
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
Invaluable to tin1 Honsowifo f»r eloanitifj; Tin. Ilrnsfl,
Copper, ami all kinds of Enamel Ware, Taku a look
at my window.
CKOHSti A BLAOKWKLL'8 JAMS. KtiUXKK'K MARMALADE
TaNE  J. HANNINQ
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AVENUE
Try a   Case ol
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  l.o/.en   Pints   $1.50
Ei|«nl to Guinness'.   Tlio fim'st bovorego 011 tlio market
for fuliiily ami talili' lis.•.    Imparts vigor ami
lioaltli, ami tones up the Imily generally
JAMES KERRIGAN
Rrowor, Cranlirook,  It, C
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The Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Wholeaalo ami lu-tail Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF MEATS, FLOUR AND FEED
Our Meal Is always fresh, as all our Beet Is killed
in Cranbrook
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One of thu pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a har stocked with the best
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Auii'rii'Hii l'l.in. 12.50 poriluy up
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Cor. Soyinpitr uml Conlovu Sis.  .. r_    _-.
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Several  excellent examples ol
rocesscs of color photography
s'Ikiwii    at the   exhibition   of
Krom an egg laid by a goose,     the
property of    Mr. B. Kemp, of Stitli-
ttiii  ians, t'ronwall, two    goslings    have
Wlis Iti't hatched,
near 1 "■
A memorial tablet was erected   hy
[the London county council recently on
new  *>" Mile 1^'id road, E., where Uapttilli
iUl)  t'uuk lived at one time.
Society    of    Color     Photographers, I   Mr. C. Carter, a chair maker    ly
take on any airs the lirst year. '
iiios-t del est able sight Imagllinbli
a youth wilh half an Intellect      half
develniKil,  ptiired up   wilh an exalted -■ ^ --■ > , , .        . .,     „
idea of his own    importance because wWeh opened recently at   11 Welling- [""to, und a member ol the Wycombe
of his    good  clothes and six months t«> street, Strand. I^/J^S1-' *!£*K!_^^ ^..^
ex|iericuci'   in    a second   rate retail
shop.
[ accepted the pastorate of the Baptist
|   The Queen lias presented signed por-   church at Klngshlll, Bucks.
tra'lts of herself to both battalions uf
Onlv one in a great many of    our lll«  ;irtl   Gurkhas rifles,   who    were
inert-hauls succeeds in   making a for- recently by the express desire ot her
tune.     Very many of them fall;   and "'"Jesty   named    "The     Alexandra's
most of these who do not fail, only «wn.
succeed by a lifetime of weary labor. ——
No hiisiness is more confining.      Wo MuM{* waH pwloinwd nti lhe rarnral
know Wliereof we speak and we know ;l1     'tarsi of   the favorite dog of    a
right well the value uf a little    re- ninduwomaii named Moni.    On   the
spite, and   a little  snuff of pure air, thirteenth   day     afler its death    a
and   the   pleasure   of nn   occasional was* was given to all the dogs    of
touch of briglit, warm sunshine on tbe
pallid cheek. But, boys, If you think
there is no other road to happiness,
wealth nnd renown but to sell dry
goods, try it. Let us assure you,
however, that so long as there are
so few learning to make boots anil
shot's and harness and hoes and
(pitchforks and brick walls, the people
.continue to need them so much, the
(■bailees in that direction are better
'for building a fortune, and establishing yourselves as useful, honored, and
tlie neighborhood.
A Northeast Warwickshire agriculturist named Johnson has just mowed a third crop of grass iu a four acre
meadow. Two ricks from the same
piece of land were harvested in July
and August,
| It is asserted by an authority that
Hit' potato yield in the West of England will he .'Ul    per cent below    llie
[average, disease being extremely prevalent in the majority of the dis
tricts.
I A python is to be semi incubating
seventy of its eggs at the zoological
establishment of Hen Koctalmanu at
.(Iross-liorstel, near Hamburg. The
jsituke is coiled round the eggs with
ils head on top.
1   In connection   with the naval harbor at Dover, it is proposed to build
two large oil fuel tanks under     the
clilT    about a   mile to   the east    ot
- 'Dover,    ou   a     portion of   the laml
"Defective tyres, machinery not In whieh    has   been reclaimed by    lhe
proper gear hy reason of wear    and  admiralty,
tear,      and      slackness ol   working 1 — ■ ■
parts," arc, says the Westminster As there is no place of worship in
influential members of society.' If city engineer, responsible for the ex- the hamlets of Mop End and BeamoiuU
you arc established in anv business, cessivc noise made hy motor ears. End (Bucks) the residents visit cot-
we counsel you not to leave it..   It is — | tages on Sundays, ami local preachers
a   question   which requires con si der a-     "Municipal workers    are sometimes  conduct services.     Many of the   at-
tiitn, aud may, or may not, he advis- looked down on," said the hud mayor   tendanls are over    eighty years    of
able.     Bill if you are abuut to enter of London during his state visit    to «t5C
some field   of life labor, be nol     in- Leicester, "but they do more for the, -■——
lluonccd by any fatso considerations of people than do     members of parlla-|   A lightship at    Ilarwick has been
respectability,    Vou will sue- "»''>', who talk so mueh ami do    so   fitted with  a submarine    bell,      by
little," means of which it can be located   in
..*-.: | the densest fog by any vessel    fitted
Evidence of    the severe depression  with the necessary apparatus.      The
from which Natal, in common    with   bell can be   heard    at a distance    of
the other South African colonies,   is  fifteen miles.,
suffering is afforded in the    fact that | —
the rateable value of Dlirbnn bus de- I   In a house at I.yndfeirst (Hants)   a
eased since last     year by over    a  cat was observed, to the tsre_i,l   eon*
half a million sterling. slernation of a female occupant, dtag-
■- ■— 'giug a large, live snake into ^room.
''The longer I sit iu a police court   -'to wpt"« was between three    and
Hit; more 1 realize ol what little value  tow   feet    long.        A neighbor des-
are     as   indicating   the patched It.
..mount ol    crime committed,"    de- , ,, ■
flared Mr. Paul Taylor at the Mary-     A delirious
lebone court.    "For every crime that
i^ punished probably twenty go    undetected."
ceed in nothing wltlioul continued ef
forti. and if you have ability and art
willing to work to that end you will
Ire successful, and success will com
mi nd respect.
a pair of uld
chronicles"—
lhe chimney
a homestead
OM> FOLK
A   homi-stt-ad  willi.nil   a
folks—"Time's     doling
seated   contentedly in
corner, would hardly b<
at all.     If they are iu Mie picture, it
is   complote.     There    you mav find s,UlUsl;K's
them,   day iu and    dav out, lu    all   '
sorts ol weather, steadfast to their
places and to one another. When the
eaves drip, iu the middle ol the winter Forenoons, ibe nld man with head
of silver abandons his post and
newspaper io make Hie accustomed
lour of the kitchen, the shed,
or the bain, lingering by Uie wav lo
throw down a handful of grain lor the
pinched poultry, With what minuteness he is cautioned hy grandmother not to go out insufficiently
clad, and with what A single-hearted
j.iv she welcomes him when he comes
Kick to her again. Ho would hardly
net ii warmer reception if he was
just returning from a genuine polar
expedition with Waller Wellman. As
soon as he has nestled down snugly
in his cushioned chair onee more, he
will launch out Into such valuable details of the keen air outdoors, suggestive of Arctic reminiscences which
tm listener could very well call iu
question—as will find the white-
haired     old     couple topic of earnest
grandfather and grandmother slili oc-
upy Iheir old aim chairs.
"The model son, who, in the
old days,' would sacrifice himself for
the benefit of his family, is uot to be
met with nowadays," declared Judge
I.iiniLey Smith, ut the city ot London
court. "There are too many alluring inducements to spmd money."
A policeman at Long Sutton has
spent bis wedding day in an unusual
fashion. At 8 o'clock iu Uue morning be was married, almost immediately afterwards he went to a
police court five miles away to give
evidence, and in the afternoon ho
made the arrangements for an inquest.
The Westminster city council Itaving
determined      to    close    the Trevor
square public library, Miss T. Smith,
"   will
shortly retire from her post.   During
pneumonia patient in
the Cameron hospital, West Hartlepool, was being given a drink by
Maud Grainger, aged 27, a proba-
, tiotter, when he hit her in the face,
■  breaWng her nose.     The nurse deve-
P.        1_.ib.-_t   uml ii.   iineiiii
lo'ied septic pneumonia and died.
In order to encourage young men
to stay on the land, the Essex
county council Is making grants (or
ploughing matches. At llford recently a boy of fifteen named Ridge-
well, won a silver watch iu competition with older competitors.
' The smallest number of members of
any one rratt in England are the engravers ol shorthand. There are
only three of them. The stenographic artist at Bath has humorously suggested to his two London fellow-workers the propriety of a trade
union.
Devon's apple harvest is this year a
miserable failure. In not one of one
hundred apple growing parishes in
which The Tiverton Gazette has lieen
CHOOSE WELL
The line of conduct chosen by a
young man during the live years trom
fifteen to twenty, will, in almost
every instance, ilotcriilitio his character Im life. As he is then careful or
careless, prudent or imprudent, industrious ni Indolent, truthful or dissimulating, intelligent or ignorant,
temperate or dissolute, so will he be
iu after years, ami it needs no prophet to cast his horoscope, or calculate bis chances in life.
her forty-three years' control of     the instituting   special inquiries is     the
establishment Miss Smith has    never crop more   than   half   as large    as
once   been   absent on   account of ill- usual.     As a result very little elder
new. . will be made.
Alderman Holt, a brewer, consent- Figures published at Port Elizabeth
ed to act as lord mayor of Manchcs- relative to lhe growth of the ostrich
let next year. The proposal has feather industry show that for last
aroused violent opposition among the y«*t feathers to the amount of 517,-
leaders of the temperance party, who ™* pounds were exerted from Cape
have formed a special committee to felony to the world's markets, remake it a test question at the ap- presenting a value of £1,1011,000,
proaching municipal election. against £1,1220,000 for 100'..
Addressing bis    tenants at the village of Drayton Parslow, Bucks, Earl , .    .    ,      . - ■    .
Carrington said they knew the stand- »«?■■?   !l ftSSSft °
ing rufe for    the Carringlou estates.  'ntt*fl ft? LfffiS *!J3
"If any farmer was dissatisfied wilh
nvnovtm«l\T*A llis **»* »* *-'°u,d cnll in an ludepend-
i\pintmiM-u 0(lt valuator, and whatsoever that
valuator fixed as rent would lie the
rent hi the future.
A Sheriff's officer, Mr. V. B. Stain-
of Christ   church, who was    ex-
Poole,    ad-
past     twelve
months he hud been served with    upwards of twenty county court     summonses ami   writs,   and   that during
the past six months fifteen executions
had been levied upon his effects.
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
AU Kln-ft Oi
Rough and Dressed Lumber
STARTING IN LIFE
Ni, young mini   ivlin tlcstrcfl to sur-
iil in IniKiiicss 1i,ik nny linn, to lost,
, In   Rhuflllug about
|.li'.kslii|>.    mul    niter   llnislilnf-  iil.
IsOllOOl   I'lllll'illil.ll  Hit' ROOItor III' lllltk.K
rliuiri' 1.1  llis bustnoas lur lite,    nml
(si-Is himself     nt work In Irani    unit
liifimii' Biic.-sstiilly onlalillsl.nl,    the    ''''"'  'our I'lhlcuniniils  at the we*
hotter.    Nn vin.iiB mmi can ultord to "ling "I    Lieutenant
I m.i ki'    a   iiii'sliiki' In his ilioire    ul t'owen, It. N., son
(occupation;   Uie lirst  choice    should ->rat     Mc.'owan,
, lie the Hue one.    Knr lliis renson wo 'laughter ot the lute Admiral Sir It.
would sny tn a young man in regard Moro-Molyneux, at St. Peter's, Entou
In routine clerkship, hv no menus nc- Square, Wore white drill naval    cos-
.ei'iil a place nt Hint kind, not even il tinnes anil suilor hals Willi the ril*Hii,
I lhe siili.lv is largo; il, may seem large "111,   M.   S.   I'rini'o   llcorge,    the
ul lirst, lint (here can ho no c*mi|mn- bridegroom', ship.
|sniioii In u young man fur the loss ot ——
Iiui,'. Indeed, wo are ol lbe opinion A world's word -in dry fly fishing ;S' accumulate*! at Allerfwods
lhat a )«ung man, nl the start', bad is rqiorlwl Irom Dorchester, where Northumberland during the old minim, tor work lor nothing,, or even |iay Iho Rev. S. E. V. Fllleul has caught j™, rt.jVS )las it I. reported been sold
an a trout weighing twelve and three- b,, |/>r\i Allendale to Mr. Illackwell
a i|uarter pounds. Ho was using a Uk, hood ol the spar industry In
light cnndrailt rod with the finest Woanlalc. The work ot removal will
tackle, his By being a small hare's occupy a large number ol men lor
o.ir. The lish was playiil lur an hour three years,
ami ai .uurter, and, being too big lor •_-___.
tho net,    was landed In   a    clothes
'   Sir   Harry     .luhnston,   O.C.M.O.
. .        ,,,   ..     spenl-Mig al the annual supper ol the
Jo.ni     W. Mc-   |,0ital- (Sussex, cricket cll.h, said Iln
ol Inspector Oen- „-,,. 1inw te distinguished himsell at
lu    (.'.M'l-ili'lltto, cHcliet was when he was playing   in
the sands at the mouth of the SSnm-
besi.     He then secured thirteen runs
ami  a black eye as n   result of    n
smack with tlie'ball.   (Laughter.)
I   Tlie immense   heaps   ol flimi  spar,
estimated   to weigh a   million tons,
lur Iho privllcgo nt going Inlo
establishment where he can learn t
"good 'business, than to take nn or
.Unary, clerkship al any price.
ONE SWALLOW
(.ac swaltuw   dnesii't mnko a
    s"m   ""V™'     w»s ""N™ >»   »    "ol»™ Plans and estimates have been pro
mer, but     some   nt   uur young men basket. paied lor Uie construction ot a   road
should remember thai ton many swal-                     .     l(,r   motor   x.Mcies in Surrey    „„,,
lows ure certain to mnko a fall.         I   A holler dnshod Into a fancy goods Sussex.    It is staled that the    out-
. u„„»nZ. .„.-._.               amn at '*ur?-»i, Inspected tlie    con- lay will be moderate, and Uiat    the
a wiui.)   io HOIs               tents, and then passed through     to estimates point to a net annual pro-
Show us a boy who obeys his par-  Uie kitchen, which she searched    tor lit of over £.0,000.   It is hoped    to
outs, who has respect Inr a«e,    who eatables.    Returning to the shop, sho give notice ot    a parliamentary bill
always has a friendly disposition, nml  took up her position behind tlie count- for next session.       Messrs, Francis,
wlio applies himself dllligen.ly to get or and gnzisl through tbe window at surveyors, of St. Alban's, hav
wisdom and In do good towards uili- Uio crowd whiob bad collected    out- proposal in hand.
11 you nre in tl e nmrki I for londii:: chnins. wo lmve tlio
Trident Steel Loading Chain
iiMKK-^'ig.'iJ^sgzagBrsiy.'ii-gsaBT- _5?-a£i3a_2S^ja
Tin' chain that will i.iitlust auy other on tho market.
Bri'iikiii); strain tor "i-llilh ineli chain  -  S.100 His.
I inch chain       ■    lt.150 His.
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$_•.(>.. A  VI'AK
THK   PAPEB   THAT   IS   HEAD   ItV   THK   PEOPLE
OCTOBEU 81,  1!H»7
OBANBUOOK H'EUALD
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
' Limited.
V*^
Editor anil Manager.
The Herald is worth 110 a year. }J
costs wily lli. Nu man in soutll
fast Kootenay can aBord tu to without, it. and everyone living outside ol
U.e dlstllot, who Is iiiii'ii'slcd in tlie
l regress ul this section, should read
it It puhlislii'S the news while It Is
news. It is controlled absolutely by
lbe publishers. Nu olliiun, party oi
iiulHiJuiil dictates ils pulley. 11
don't uy to please lhc peuple. It s
desire ;•, lo publish a newspaper that
will he a credit lo the community.
Send in your subscription and you
vull he thaiihlul ever alterward.
Advertising laics II per inch per
uu.i.in, no more aud no less.
Heading matter Ki cents per Hue
tu non-advertisers; in cents per line
to tegular advertisers.
II you desire to reach the peuple ol
Kmiili Kasl Kootenay yuu must ad-
vorliso in The Herald.
Tlie lleralil has a first-class job
plant, and ils worli is ul the host.
The Herald don't want charily. It
wants a sipiare deal ou your Job
work. II wc can't suil ynu in mial-
lly ami price, kick, and scud ynur
work to some Cheap .lulin liuuse In
the ['list that never spends a cent In
Craubrook.
|»»*»A»»***I
■ MOKE   THAN
[4,600 a Month
This i* tin* gunmiitued
dilution of iht; Herald
t.i* in I la tn open lo Inventlgn-
lion liy iiilvertlsers ut miy
time.
Thu Herald gives u dollar
in value fur a dollar hi won;
uy, The advertiser ims Um
right (u know wliut he in
receiving (nr his niuiiuy.
The Herald i« one paper
that courts liivostUigutioii.
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CIRCULATION STATEMENT
Pol lowing is a statement of the
circulation ol the Cranbrook Herald
Im  the past 'J months:
August  5,370
September  4,315
October  „ ...*,3tt5
November  5,4110
December  5,400
January  5,000
February  4,425
March  4,425
April  4,423
Total fur a months  43,023
The luui ho Uie 0 months is
43,023, which divided hy 3D, the
number of issues during that period,
shows the aveiage circulation pur
issue to have heen 1,118 and 31-311.
The above is a true uud correct
statement of the circulation of the
Cranlirook Herald for the time stated.
P. K. Simpson, Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by tlie said P. 10. Simpson, whom I
personally know, this 27th day uf
May, l»07.
J. A. Arnold,
.1. 1'. in and Tor Uritisli Columbia,
In eastern Canada and the Slates
it is considered a conservative estimate that live people read every
paper Issued, lu Cranlirook, to hu
on the safe side, we place the number at three, which is absolutely
safe, ami that wouhl make 3,364 readers of the lleralil each week.
These circulation figures can he
verified al any time hy any advertiser who wiil lake the trouble to go
mer the subscription hooks or waleh
the big press roll out lhc papers.
This is where lhe advertiser nets n
did fur his money. The llcrnld
Mould like to see every newspaper
fliake a sworn statement nf Ms circulation. The advertiser is entitled lo know. llu pays Ills money
and ho should know what he is getting iu return.
tt'hv don'l all papers do as the
Herald does?
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vVtC-fl
I  OBSERVATIONS
% HY THE OLD MAN. »
' fcfeftWI 099094 PftrtiMifMiGiM'tP
TRUTH  ABOUT NEWSPAPERS
The Calgary Herald, commenting
about the suspension of tiie Kossland
Miner, afnflg the line suggested by
this paphr last week, expresses the
following common-sense opinion about
newspapers:
There are Uuee important fac-
Inrs in building up a successful
newspaper:
1. It must he established and
conducted as a business enterprise and not as ao organ of any
individual, corporation or party.
-. It must have plenty of earth
around the roots iu the shape oi
local advertisers and readers, us
welt as a large population iu its
Mir rounding constituency to enable it to branch out and control
Its held absolutely, overshadowing
all rivals; and tin.-, lakes years tu
accomplish.
3, It must have wise, capable
ami enterprising management.
Unco a newspaper under these
conditions becomes firmly established, there is only uue thing on
earth cau pull it down—and that
is poor management. No amount
ol capital, no amount of opposi-
Mtion, no amount of abuse and attack directed agalust it from
without cau in the slightest de-
gree Injure ii, much less destroy
it. on ihe contrary opposition
helps io strengthen ii. This is
something Which lias been proved
ovei .uul ovei again. A case in
point is ihe I,us Angeles Herald,
which lias prospered iu ah extra*
oi-diiiun degree In the face of a
savage campaign carried on for
ten years liv labui unions wlio
sought to dustroj ll and expended
;i fortune in tiie vain attempt.
Two other cases arc the Portland
Oregonlnii ami Un- Spokane
Spokesman Uoview. Political
paitics, corporations and rival
publishers have repeatedly tried
io put these strong papers oui of
business, only to find ihat their
onslaughts have helped rather lhan
injured the papers, while resulting
% disastrously io themselves. The
result is that both these papers
absolutely dominate iheir respective fields ami most uf Ibe lime
nro Uie only newspapers iu their
respective cities.
The failure of the ltosslnnd Miner
is another reminder that there are
loo man) newspapers in British
Columbia, a fact which is lo a
slill greater extent Hue of Alberta, The newspaper business in
this country is vastly overdone.
Thi' man who stalls a new paper
these limes musl have money to
lose, The multiplying ol newspapers in cms extra fiuaiiciul burdens lor the business man, partl-
eulnrly lhe business man who does
not sludy lhe science of advertising lu the extent of discovering
thu folly of frittering away his
money by patronizing every new
paper that comes along, regardless of wild her or not it has a
circulations
There is a petition being circulated
by some of ihe boys in the C. 1*. it.
simps asking Uie city council it ii is
in their power to prevent people irom
building small and unsightly shacks
mi lots next to attractive homes,
uf course there are lwo sides lu
Uie ipicslion, as the man willi small
means holds the opinion thai he has
Ihu riglil to build wherever lie can
buy a lot, ami build us hu pleases.
Vol, If that same man, a few years
later, had built su that he had a
beautiful home, he lo, would object
io a shack alongside of him. This
home i|ut'btiou is a serious one to
every man who builds a home. And
call)' it seems as if lhe whole prup-
isilioii was up to the luwnsite company. When a man invests from $__iuiii
lu jl.imn in a handsome home, thereby enhancing the value of all other
property on the street, lie naturally
thinks it is u hardship tu have    his
i property deteriorated In value
hy au unattractive building alongside
if his own. And yet it is far more
ierious to tlie wage earner who wants
t home and is investing his savings
io maku an attractive place for his
family. He has a pride in thai lillle
[dace of his. He spends all of his
pare hours in beautifying thu place.
Hoth he and his wife deny themselves
many things to make that home of
heirs look better in every way. He
is pleased when he sees someone start
to do the same thing alongside of his
properly. Hut when someone buys
he next lot and puts up a shack, one
who perhaps cares only for a roof
over his head, then it is that the
wage earner feels that he has not been
Med right. The petition is being
liberally signed ami may result in
some kind of restrictions lhat will
In: better for all parties concerned.
Tbi> Herald  believes  in  telling    tlif
t in lit ahoul the conditions of thu
ntry, und it also believes in hoof good cheer until the truth    is
known,    and even if the outlook     is
ns flattering as one wou'd wish,
he still    of good cheer.     William
Whyte, second vice.president of the
P. It., was in Victoria last week
and litis is his opinion of the condi-
t ions:
There bus been a backward
spring, and abnormal weatiter
during the summer. Rain, moreover, has delayed the thrashing,
bllt iu spite of this the outlook
is not hud.
The C. P. R, alone is now
shipping 2'>fi ears of wheal a day
regardless of the 0. N. R. and
while lhe grade id wheal is low
compared witb the average ol
oilii'i years, il will make up in
lb.' higher price what it lacks in
(pmnitty for there is a shortage
of wheal all the world over.
Mr. Whyte gave an instance.
Some of the wheat will grade as
"Nn. 1 feed." This is a commercial grade and this year will
bring from fifty to sixty cents
per bushel or as much as' they
go! for good hard wheat last year
and the year before. There will
be a number of cases ol individual
loss, hut the amount of money
coming into lhc country would in
the aggregate bo fully equal to
that of last year. Oats are
britiding from 45 to 50 cents per
bushel which is abnormally high.
What will come ag a surprise to
most people is Mr. Whyte s announcement thnt more cattle are
being shipped from the west this
year than in nny previous year.
During the severe winter of last
year there had heen frequent reports of tlie immense losses of
live stock. ft was stated that
manv ranchers had been wiped
out of existence, The C. P. R.
live stock agent reported serious
losses a"d the reports gained general credence. Rut the reports
and Ihe reporters were mistaken.
Tin? 0. P. R. has already moved
out as many as last year and the
last year "was the largest in the
history of the trade and for tho
balance of the month the company
will be shipping at the rate ot
sixtv cars a day.
Mr. Whyte did not think that
the check which has been given
speculation would prove a drawback to the west and to Hritish
Columbia, Immigration will continue and the huge development
works already under way will go
ahead and as' a result great sums
of money will tie placed in circulation.
Southern Alberta has broton    her
crop record this year, and that In,
in lhe face ot the groans of the pessimists ahoul lhe crop failure all over
Uie prairie country, The facta are
thai Uie sum tola! of money secured
for crops iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan
and Alberln will exceed hy far that
of any previous year. Ol course
Ihere have been partial failures in
seel ions of the prairie country, hut
as compared to the whole these will
prove very insigiiillci-nt. The calamity bowler will find little to work
ii i'i.. 11 when the full crop report of
Western Canada is published. It will
spell prosperity with a big "P."
We heard a nwn say the other day
llial he thought that lhc lumber business would soon play out nrounil
I'laiilii'ooi'i. We heard the same firing
si\ and seven years ago, and yet lumlier companies are expending tens and
hundreds of thousands of dollars in
new plants and eipiipmenls. Now
lhe average lumlier knocker has not
a cent to lose and wnuld not Invest
il if he had, wliile the lumberman has
everything to lose if there was no
timber to be cut. Naturally the
question arises, whose judgment Is Ihe
best?
Tlie Herald has always sfood for
honest elections and ' eongratulufes
Mr. Watts on Uie stand that he has
taken. Put the election thieves in
jail where Uiey belong. That is
ihe way t<i give the people honest
elections. Hut in advocating this, wc
hike the firm stand of Independence,
ami adhere to the onu line of policy,
lhat what is dishonesty on the part
of a Liberal is dishonesty on the part
of a Conservative, and vice versa.
Treat them all alike and give them
llieir just deserts.
ll is belter to boost than to
knook, although nol so pleasant to
some individuals.
Tlie Herald is in receipt of a letter
lhat contains a personal roast on a
liusiiiess man iu Cranbrook. The
st is not warranted under existing
circumstances and can find no place
in lhe columns of the Herald.
If you will plant the stuff in this
district you will be able to reap the
harvest.
The Wall street panic was simply
i scare among the gamblers, that Is
UI. It was just as if seven men sat
down in the back    room of  an hotel
nd engaged in a game of poker, and
two men won all the money that
was in the bunch. The.changing of
that money would uot affect the commercial standing of u single merchant
iu <'rauhrook or the condition of the
mining or lumbering business. The
Wall street outfit are nothing more or
less than a bunch of high class gamblers, and they uie now crying about
an averted panic. What the United
States needs is more legitimate business and less high class gamWlng.
Alexander McLaren, the lumberman,
is out in a long article in favor ol
Oriental immigration und Oriental
labor in preference to the white man.
W. It. McFaiiiino, manager of the
Co-Operntive stores of this    city, is
noilier man who eon tributes a word
to results secured in this district by
advertising in the Herald. Mr. Mc-
Pnrlnue has been a big advertiser in
the Herald columns for some years,
and he says that It never fails to
pay.
Now lhat Kingsgate    has a post
office it will he easier to keep in com-
inieation with the people of thai
village.
That fruit fair next year will he
thee best thing that ever happened to
this district, fnr it will Rive the
people an opportunity to fully realize
What they have got here in the way of
rich soil 'and a Klnrioiis climate.
When yoll have ■■ chance fo sav a
word for a neighbor, say It. When
vou have a chance to say two words
for the town and district, say them.
See the old world if you will, hut
sii* Canada first.
Vos, just U'ep on boos Hug Ibe dislrief as a whole.
Vou never hear a kick mi a pine of
job work turned oul of the Herald
ollice. Tbat is a .good recommendation for any printing office.
What is the matter with Cranbrook
having a Canadian dub'.' Such an
institution would be a great benefit
to the town and lo the district, and
would tend to Inculcate lhe ideas ot
patriotism ami Canadian sentiment.
Cnlgary Albertan: The Edmonton
■Journal says that the Liberals are
searching for words big enough to
describe ihe greatness of the Liberal
[invention in Calgary. It is unavailing; The Albertan has tried it.
The convention was successful, auspicious, profitable, beneficial, useful,
advantageous, wholesome, superior,
helpful, desirable, excellent, conspicuous, surpassing, transcendent, makh-
less, peerless, incomparable, supcr-
emin.nl, extraordinary, unrivalled,
uuprm.deut.t-d, wonderful, marvellous,
uncommon, amazing, astonishing,
striking, surprising, admirable,   con-
HILL & COflPANY
Come and See the Very Latest Fall and Winter Overcoats
#■
Have Your Clothes Made by Expert City Tailors
It is pretty generally agreed llml llm liest Inilnrs nro loci)toil in Toronto. They
have tho population uml Ihey have .lie wealth there. We nre boIo ugonts tor the
LKADlNli Toronto TAILORS, whose ulothe. nre known far and widens the
20th Century Brand Garments
The Clothes ure nil thnt the .....tie implies. They nre In the minute in style nii'l
ure easily the most cleverly tailored garments in ..'lunula. This linn lnl.es lirst
place and dominates the tine trade by  force of  initiative and achievement
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
c-Jus j ve, product ive, consetpft-mt ial,
iffectlve, fruitful, convincing, enlightening, Instructive, edifying, Improving, unanimous, agreeable, harmonious, consistent, accordant, peaceful, amicable, friendly, cordial, socialise, /eulous, exciting, animated, en-
souraglng, cheerful, enlivening, transporting, earnest, steadfast, triumphant, victorious, elating, refreshing,
enjoyable, Invigorating, bracing,
pleasant, gratifying, exquisite, merry,
delectable, agreeable, disrreet, wise,
prudent, rational, cautious, fearless,
courageous, ciillosal, enormous, vast,
huge, mighty, extensive, boundless,
far-reaching, abundant, numerous,
well attended, large, overflowing,
bountiful, luxuriant, profuse, and yet
il was something very much more.
ANOTHER UNION VENTURE
OKOAM/.KD COMPOSITORS CON-
SJDERING AN OLD AflK PKN-
. SION SCHEME
Along the line of meritorious conceptions and achievements ot the International Typographical union none
occupies a higher plune than the
proposition to pension superannuated
members of the craft, which was
adopted by the recent convention of
ibe union, nml submitted for membership vote. Almshouses, infirmaries and Mildred institutions may be
filled with humanity whose eircum-
stanees during life, either through
prodigality or misfortune, have prevented the saving of pennies for    the
i proverbial  "rainy duy,"  but   the In*
j leriiational Typog mimical union will
have none of these, for in addition lo
'ils Union Priulers' Home at Colorado
Springs it is seriously considering the
possibilities of an intermitioual pension    scheme that    will enable it to
' plate in     independent    circumstances
' ilii.se oi its membership who have run
life's race with no financial advantage
to themselves, aud who ate, for family or other reasons, unable to     take
' advantage of tin' ndeipiate provisions
of ils haven of rest.
I Local typographical unions of the
larger size have grappled with the
pension proposition with more or less
success, hut the International Typographical union giving the matter
consideration and standing insures (l
widespread international character to
the movement that can have no other
effect than lhe dove-tailing and     ce-
Imeuling of that fraternal > spirit
that springs spontaneously from heart
lo heart among    printers, and which
'has hatl feasible     demonstration    of*
utility in the Colorado Springs     re- j
treat—"its bounty unpurchaseable, Its
charity without price."
The International Typographical
union never does anything by halves.
An organization of 50,000 members,
scattered throughout the United
States and Canada, that can begin
with a working capital of $10,000 and
intelligently and successfully build
and conduct an institution representing every penny's worth of $500,000
cun be relied upon to originate and
Inaugurate a plan for pensioning    its
aged aud infirm membership that
wilt he worthy of emulation for
organizations of like character.
Many cities have pension hinds iu
operation for the benofll of policemen,
firemen, school teachers and other
public servants, the Cuitcd States
government annually expends millions
of dollars in pensions to its ai.ed and
disabled warriors. An occasional
business house has been noted, that,
after a service of Ioiik duration, rehires preferred employes on n ye.nly
allowance, but the practical working
out of a scheme for pensioning in a
substantial manner, Ihe decrepit membership of a voluntary organization,
composed of a mixture of nationalities, politics and creeds, is necessarily an untried experiment. The Internal i.>i.--l Typographical union can,
it is believed, he safely relied upon
lo solve the ipiestion in a comprehensive an.l practical manner.
RRAIN LEAKS
(Cleaned from exchanges.)
Jealousy is a sign of dislocated nf-
fpel ion.
The successful game hunter never
stalls out behind a brass baud.
A lot of men work themselves sick
trying to frame up a scheme to avoid
work.
It is a s waste of time, to try to
revive a church that needs a resurrection.
(   No man can become a leader in    a
reform unless   his heart is first cap
J lured.
|   The pure I I law is all  light, bul
a lot ot people Would pirtei a sine
lood  law.
I   Charily has ils genesis in lbe Inane
hut  Its revelation comes ou tl ul
side.
VIIsilireeled energy is vcrj mnoli
'like Working an elect lie tan against .i
winler wind.
ii is rather ditiici.it for a wngo
earner to be philosophical on the
first day of the month,
THWSI-'KIl OP LIQUOR LICENSE
Know Al! Men liy Tliese Presents*
that I, Nils Peter ftlolundcr, of' Ihu
City id Crunhroida, in the Province of
Hritish Col bin, Hotel Keeper,    do
hereby assign, transfer and set over
unto 0list Andeen, of lhe same place,
hotel keeper, nil my right, 1-ille and
interest in and to that certain retail litp'or license issued in mv favor
on lhe Hfh day of June, A. I).,
cm;, to retail spirituous liquors in
the Queen's hotel, nt said City of
Cranhrook, iu consideration of thu
sum of one dollar (the receipt whereof is hereby by me acknowledged.)
Daled at    Cranbrook,    It. 0,, this
II th day of October, 1907.
Witness:
Clarence Darling.     N. P, Molander
sa-st rin: i'Iiaskiiook   iii:i;\i.i>
UNION BRAND OVERALL
C      f# °
The Carhartt Brand of Overall
li ilif tn.,.1 nerf.iit IlltANll In llm iniliiul. We carrv tills uiulic in
STIilPE »r I'LAIN, nml in utlstoa.
Cull uml INSPECT. Uiisloniors Who linv liui'tiiii. .uii.ii..l
IIUVEHS in every iMsi'.
Wi, nirry SERQANTS GLOVES, llm most |ierfeut
ill,.it, in tin' market.
THIS IS AT
BURNS BROTHERS
Reid Block
CRANBROOK
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BEDS Springs
Mattresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Mats      Linoleums
Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLD ON CREDIT
Thank You
Por tbe hearty manner in which you
responded to the invitation to call at our
Shoe Shop and set' Shoes,
COME AGAIN.
UY nre Elbowing thin week
A LADIES' BOOT
Genuine Dongola Upper, Leather Lined,
liiiinl Sown,
AHSOLITILV WATERPROOF SOLE,
Something tlial damp ur frost can't penetrate,
Genuine comfort assured in this Boot.
PRICE $5.00
G.   T.   ROGERS
THE GROCER
BOUTS. SHOES, MITTS. IILOVt'S. HOS.CRV. CHINA, HI  UUSS|
CRANBROOK
B.C.
WREN the sn.,iv comes, nml ymi
Hud l.-isi year's Rubbers and
Overshoes past redemption, nnd you must
bay new s, REMEMBER  l's
Our Rubbers are All New
We have nil sizes aud all kinds.
Dolgie's Felt Shoes for
Babies
Something that will keep tbe wee leet
warm.    All  Red   Pelt, with White Fur
Trimming
PRICE 35c.
MIGHTON'S
CIGAR STORE
I have just opened
out I case
EL BRAVO
CIGARS
Clear Havana
S. J. MIGHTON
rut; Tuf.AcimNisr
ART
PICTURES
AND
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or
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SNAPS
$480
$1,000
$350
Buys   THREE   CHOICEST   RESIDENTIAL LOTS.
Buys   FIFTY-THREE   FOOT
1.01'  on Baker Street.
Buys TWO   RESIDENTIAL LOTS,
Western slope, Fenwick Avenue.
CAN MEET ANY TERMS DE8IREU
BEALE & ELWELL
■l l MBI   ii .«,
OPALS
AHE Till* BIRTH SIl.NI* IOR OCTOBER AND
SIUNI.:Y HOPU
W. have u ni' o range lu .linoso tnnn, comprising Sinale
Twin Stone, Three to Five Stone Rln__. Aim,
ilinii. in I'liiiiliiniiiii.ti uiih otli.rgtims.
»       | ' ""■«'-' ';""■'■'■"■ W. F. TATE
READ THE HERALD
$2.00 a Vear.
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP    ABOUT   THE CITY
UY ASKINfl QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Frank Derosier, ol JalTrny, wns in
lown yesterday.
David Griffith, of Wild Horso, Is in
tlie city this week.
Mr. Fri77.cH, nl Fertile, Ims been
in lawn tlie past few days.
Customs Officer While visited
Moyie the first of the week,
W. J, Scott, of Sirdar, was registered al the Koyal Saturday last.
The Canadian Bank ol Commerce is
jlllliUllllg   a   lesill.il. .'        (Ul    ll.-..('lfSlllH
| staff.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Brown, ol
Wanlncr,     weie    Cranlirook visitors
Monday.
F. J. Bryan and M. W Schilling, ol
Perry Creek, tonb a whirl into town
Sunday.
O, N. Tomllnsoit, ol Klmherley, was
among the guests at the Cosmopolitan Sunday.
Somo    ol the hoys     from London
thought   the lug the flrsl  of the week
w.is all right.
Misses   Anderson,   Hall,   Buss and
Mr. Anderson    visited    Perry Creek
lasl Saturday.
j   .1. P, Fink    visited    Creston this
week on business for the Fink   Mercantile company.
j   W. .1. Allen and E. T. Crawley, the
Marysville liverymen; were Crnnbrook
Visitors Sunday.
1   Mr. McKay,    representing the Cal-
gar)  brewery, was iu the city     tlio
flrsl ni lhe week,
i   .).  J.  FlUpatrick,     of the smelter
eity, has heen in the eily tho greater
part of this week.
f!u> Express    company lias granted
the reduced rale un fruil from Spokane to Cranbrook,
Today is    Thanksgiving ami    also
Hallow'ii'ii.        Thai    means a    good
llllio for everyone.
■ i. (J.iibutt and    wife, uf Spokane,
were among tlie guests at the    Cosmopolitan Thursday.
S   ,), Mlghton, who has been under
llie weather for the pnsl  few weeks,
is feeling much better.
(!. Patmore, of Patmoro Brothers,
Is In Creston this week looking after
some work for the firm,
■lulin Gibbons,    proprietor    of an
hotel at Yahk. was transacting business in (T.mhrnoA Tuesday.	
Pnlmore Bins, are Installing . the
hoi water heating planl at the new
addition to tlie hospital this week.
WANTED—Two Ol" three young
pus, price and particulars lo Anderson Valley Ranch, Wnnlner, B.
c 32-H*
II W Heed, of the Heed Lumher
company, nf Swansea, was I ransacking business m Cranbrook Saturday
last.
Joseph Brault, of the Canadian
hotel, is having a bay window built
un the resilience portion ot the
hotel.
Olios. Chapman anil ".lack" Thump-
sun arrived homo Sunday after on
extended trip in the Quotmel district.
.lames Neil, of Wittlsblirg, has purchased a business in Spokane, Wash.,
and will nu there to live in the very
near future.
Mrs, .1. M, Agnew nnd daughter
Amy, have hocti the guests nf Mrs. .1.
M. Sissnns, ol Hanson nvonuo, for
tho past week.
Fred Little, of Crest on, was In
lown the first of Ihe week telling
about the big red apples and the
luscious pears.
WANTED - Homeseekers attaotlon.
If you want a farm homo in British
Columbia, drop a postal caul for full
particulars of uur club plan. Dominion HoinCKtn.toi.rs Association, Ltd.,
Vancouver, B. C. 81
A SNAP—7  room furnished bouse;
nod location; price W00.     Apply P.
). Box 205, Cranhrook, B. C. 80-3t
LOST—Oxydlzod      silver       dollar
roocb with bead iu centei Kinder
kindly leave at Herald office.
Up to tin: time of going to press,
the "Kootenay" range is stilt the
popular range. "There's a reason."
—Patmoro Bros.
Mr. uud Mrs. .1. H. Davies, ot
Kernie, have boon guests of ito Koyal
hotel the past lew days. Mr. Davies
is a civil engineer.
F. .1. ttillispie has left fur bis home
n Vancouver after a visit with his
son, the local manager of P. Bums &
Co.'s establishment.
I.. B. VanDecar left on Monday for
Victoria, but Mrs. VanDecar will remain for a short time as tho guest
uf Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Rogers.
Patmore Bros, are Installing septic
tanks at the Koyal hold. ' This
means of disposing of sewerage is bc-
omUig tpiite popular as il .should
be.
Mrs. .). Sarvis, nf Hanson avenue,
entertained some lady friends on
Thursday evening in honor of tho return of her sisier, Miss A infield,
from the cast.
W. S. Stanlev, of the Kernie Led-
;er, and Bert Whims-tor, of the Fernie Free Press, were in Craubrook
Sunday attending the meeling of the
typographical union.
Frank Fletcher, of Nelson, ami .1.
It. Edmondson, of Proctor, wero
transacting business in Cranbrook the
lirst of the week. They drove lu
Kurt Steele Tuesday evening.
li. N. Bidder, of Marysville, was
a guest of the Koyal hotel Sunday
last. Mr. Bidder brought Mrs. Bidder to Cranbrook for medical treatment at St. Eugene hospital,
Patmore Bros, are doing a big
business in MeClary's stoves, ranges
and furnaces. This line is so well
known that they need no recommendation.      They sell nn their merits.
Kohert Robson, of Mayooto. was in
Craiibrouki Monday. Mr. Itobson ims
just returned from o trip to St. Paul
and Minneapolis and is contemplating
a trip to Scotland iu    the pear    fu-
lure. i^mr
All of the visitors today are louTl
in iheir praise of the new addition to
tlie CranMroob hold, audi Mfcssrs.
Hoggarth «V Rollins are receiving all
binds of compliments for their enterprise.
W. V. Tate has received bis Christinas silverware and glassware and a
general line of novelties and those
wishing to purchase gifts ean do so
and have them set aside ill.til
Christmas time.
Customs Officer Johnson, ol Nelsnn,
[Kissed through Cranlirook yesterday
i.n Fernie to check Up the accounts
of W. S. Keav, the retiring customs
officer of that city, and to install (I.
G, Henderson, the new appointee.
Notice to Rebckahs; The regular
meeting of Maple Leaf Rebekoh lodge
No. Ill, will be held Wednesday evening, November (ith, instead of the
LStn, on account of lhe Rebokah ball,
which takes place on the latter date.
M. A. Beale, ol tho firm of Beale &
Elwell, returned this week, from a
four months visit to his former home
in England. Mr. Beale says that he
had a must enjoyable trip, but that
lie is pleased to get back to Cranlirook again.
The local lodge of Masons give their
annual ball this evening ot the new
opera house. Most elaborate arrangements have been made for the
event and there will be a large number of guests from Fort Steele,
Wardner, Movie and other places.
It looks os if the whole town
would hear the "Kilties" band next
week. There Is to be a matinee
Wednesday afternoon with a price of
25c, fur children nnd 75 cents for
adults. The plan for the night entertainment is nuw open at Beattie
.V Atchison's.
J. L, Parker, formerly of the
Nnrth Star mine, oflerwnnl connected willi the Brown Mining company of
Alaska, and more recently living at
Seattle as a consulting mining engineer, was in the city last Sunday ami
Monday shaking hands with his many
friends iu this community.
Mr, ami Mrs. T. Lebol, Miss Lebel,
Mr. und Mrs. T. .1 Moore und Dr.
Tiircott, of Pineher Creek, are guests
at the Cranhrook hotel. Mr. Lebel
is making his annual trip to Croii-
hrnok to look after his feed business
ami the party accompanied him fur
the sake of an outing lo tbe banana
belt.
Odd Fellows Attention: AH sojourning monitors of the encampment
branch of the I. O, O, F. and all
members of the subordinate branch
are requested to attend the meeting
of Key City lodge next Momlay
night, when the matter of forming an
encampment In Cranhrook will be
discussed. Refreshments and a
social session will follow the regular
work of the evening.
Q. L. O'Callaghuti, one of the
j greatest travellers of this western
country, was In town last Saturday
ami paid the Herald office his regular
visit. Mr. O'Callaghan will ouen a
meat market at Michel next Monday
for the "Forty-one" company that Is
opening a line of markets through the
Pan.
| UORDWOOD WANTED—100 cords
ol dry  spunc, lauiarao or piue coru-
iwood, for delivery during November
and December.    Write, quoting price
[per conl K. o. B. cars Cranbrook, to
P. O. Box 7!), Winnipeg, Man.      31-3
I Ohio! oi Police Dow anil Dr. Connolly, tho health officer, have been
inspecting the alleys and back yards
Uie past few days and propose lo enforce the health laws rigidly. It
would bo well for citizens tu     lake
i warning ami see that their back
yards aud alleys arc kept clean iu
i u lure.
City Clerk T. M. Huberts wishes it.
announced that on account ol the
■list being „ holiday, the municipal
voters Hsl will be kept open until
Friday, November I, at ii o'clock p.
iu., local time. All those entitled to
vnit- ami not registered sliould lake
advantage ul Uus opportunity to get
their names un ihe list.
.1. Shaw Parker, oi Kurt Steele,
wbu has spent the past six month;,
prospecting along lhe \ukou tele-
grapg trail in Northern British L'o-
uiiiiiiia, returned tu Cranhrook Friday
last. .Mr. Parker speaks highly of
llie country unversed by him and
contemplates another trip tu that
district next spring.
Aliss Pauline Evans, for quite a
while Iwokkoeper at the Electric
Light & Waler Worku company,
leaves today for Brandon, Man.,
where site enters a business college.
On Tuesday evening Aliss Evans was
presented with a handsome guld chain
'and an address by lhe oilier members
nf the staff, who expressed their reg-
j let over her coming departure.
At the regular meeting of Crail-
| brook Typographical union Sunday
hist the following officers were elected fur the ensuing year: President, E.
11. Reed; Vice-President, Bert Whimster; Secretary-Treasurer, li. I'. Sullivan; Executive committee, A. Bale,
P. Grenon, W. S. Stanley and Archie
Buckley; Delegate to Trades ami
Labor Assembly, M. I). Billings.
John Hutchison did the silvery
spiel act at lbe Co-Opcialive sloru
last Saturday evening when the auction sale was held. Hutch is recognized all through the Kootenays as one
of the smoothest talkers on the auc-
tlon block that ever raised his voice
in the public sale of goods. The
crowds s tand by the hour to listen
to his en trancing tones and all are
pleased with his running lire of wit
and humor.
B. F. Thonipsoa, formerly a C. P.
R. operator at Lethbriflge, was taken off of No. a liy ihe officers at this
puint on Friday last, having received
instructions by wire from the Lethbridge authorities to arrest and hold
bim un a charge of forgery, It i.s
claiiined that while working at Lethbridge Thompson forged the agent's
name tu a ticket which he sent, east
to a friend. U. S. Mayrick, of the
Mounted Police, came up Sunday and
tnnk Thompson back tu Lethbridge
fur an investigation.
1 Tltose interested iu the permanent
organization ot a Farmers Institute
fur this district are nnw waiting for
an answer to a letter sent to the
agricultural department of the provincial government before the next
meeting is called. It is the intention to take in all those interested in
farming ami fruit raising from tho
north part of the district to Knntenny Landing, and do all in their
|power to make the fruit fair and
.agricultural display In Cranbrnok
.next year a great success.
I Messrs. Hoggarth & Rollins, of Iho
Cranbrook hotel, have moved into ito
new office ami when it is completely
furnished it will compare favorably
[with any hotel office iu Western Canada. The new counter is highlv
j finished walnut and a magnificent
!piece nf wnrk, while the chairs are
heavy oak covered with leather. In
the center of tbe room is a ciicular
settee of leather, that is a beauty,
(The flour will he covered with inlaid
.cork ami ihe electric lights will be
shaded by modern glass globes ih.it
will add tn the attractiveness nf the
room at night. The writing room
and dining room will sunn be ready,
and some fifteen nr twenty rooms in
llie new part are now ready fur
I guests and the rest will soon be in
jsbapu. The new Cranhrook hotel
will be a credit In the citv and lhe
! proprietors, ami will till a long felt
Iwant in Cranbrook.
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ii Look Out for Snow! It Will Come Soon! ||
ii HOW IS YOUR WOOD PILE?:
i, *i
Yon don't want to trump around in tbe snow
to cut anil pile wood. X. I\V is tlie tinii" to
do Unit wnrk. Ol ...nr... vim want the k'st
of wood!   li costs i." more than llie poorest.
Where   Can   Vuu    Qet    It ?    Of
!! HARRIS a WOODS :
Thi'.v luivo tin' l« -I They ur.- reliable, th. y
keep their tronl, and they never tail to give
satisfaction, I. is ,i pleasure lo deal with
them.
If you iii'iil wood, just try tliis firm once.
Vou will be their patrons for tbe rest of .be
winter if vuu do.
lj  Telephone 102 CWANBROOK, B. C.  ;:
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THE  KILTIES BAND
NEW OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6th
S«ats on Sale at Beattie & Atchison's.
A PLEAS\NT   ENTERTAINMENT
j The elocutionary contest at the
I Baptist church last Thursday evening
.was a most successful affair ami re-
|fleeted great credit on those who had
it in charge. Miss O'Ncil was the
successful contestant in the contest
according to the decision of the
judges. The musical part ol the
program was iborough)v enjoyed hv
all present. Mrs. W. T. Reid sang
"The Rosary" in her pleasing style
and was enthusiastically applauded.
Miss Crest sang "Flight ol Ages," in
a manner that met with the approval
|of the large audience. W, T. Reeves,
who has Inn-nine a great favorite "here
in musical circles on account of his
'ability in this line, sang "Hush Me
to Dream," and followed the persistent encore wilh "Rivers ot Years."
Mut this was not onough for the
peoplo and be was compelled to favor
Ihem with another, and sang "Flight
ol Ages" a.s a closing song.
LADIES' AID MAKE GIFT
St. Thonus (Out.) Journal. A verj
large number uf the members of the
L.niies Aid ot St. John's church n.ct
last evening at the residence of Mr.
Bra ith wait Dixon, Alma street, tu
make a presentation to Mrs. W. E,
llaslam, wlm is leaving the city for
Cranbrook, ii. (,'. Mrs. Haslani was
ono ol tlwjsti who organized the society and was its Insl secretary, which
dlice she beld for a number ot year.,
'Hie address was read by Mrs.
(Rev.) W. A. Graham, president oi
the society, and tlie preseiitatio!,
made by Mrs. Halam, Flarwick St.,
treasurer, Mrs. llaslam was deeply
affected, ami accepted the gift in ,t
few well chosen words.
The address was as follows:
Tu Mrs. W. E. llaslam:
Deal Mis. llaslam -Wc. lb.- mem
hers of the Ladies' Aid of St, John •
-■lunch, o( which yuu are a churtci
member, learn witli the -'r.-ati-st regret i-i ynur early departure Irom
.mongst us lo take up ymir work In
not Iter part of the Master's vim-
yard.
We feel impelled tn give expression
lu uur appreciation uf ynur work as
a member of oui society an.l also ol
ihe coiigregati.ui ..[ ' St. John's
ehureh, amiable, active and Indefatigable in all things pertaining to tho
welfare of lhe church. Vou have
borne ymir pan nobl) and we feel
thai we are Indebted iu nn small degree tu ynur unwearied efloris fnr
mn present prosperity,
Whilst your departure frnm aiming
us is a source of sincere regret to us,
vet it is a pleasure In know lhat
where yuu are going you will Ins a
source of much strength to them.
We wish yuu and ynur lamily every
success and happiness in your new
home, and beg ynur acceptance of
Ibis vase as a slight token nf mir
kindly feelings Inwards you.
Signed .m behalf of' lhe Ladles'
Aid.
A. V. Graham. Pres,
lit over and see how much you can
improve it. See if each word is the
light one, and try to find a better
word  for  ito     place. Notice how
imple this is. all but two are words
:• '. a sir,*;!*: syllable:
' I Am not bound to win, but I am
•-.:.: to be true,    I -.m nut bound
■■'., but I am bound to live up
to   :.'  light     I have.     I must stand
 tnybody    that     stands right,
I;.tand with him while he is right, and
[part with him when be gi*-> wrong."
CAN YOU IMPROVE THIS'
It is not very well known that In
lbe hall o! one of the great colleges
nf England there bangs a frame inclosing a few sentences of which Abraham Lincoln is the author. They
are considered the hest Famish that
was ever written. You or I might
read them over and call them very
simple Indeed. And they arc so
simple that any child who reads at
all ean read nnd understand them.
That is nne thing that makes them
great. It was his being simple and
plain that made Lincoln himself
great.
Nuw here is a little paragraph by
Lincoln whieh be made a rule of his
I conduct.      Suppose you try lo write
THE DIFFERENCE
An exchange says; "A lawyer
charges j, man ten dollars lor tea
ininut-i -j conversation—tiie man in*
RiatB n.i paying it. A doctor charges
two dollars foi a prescription and tbo
iiatient says: "Oh, pshaw—is tbat
cnul?1 An undertaker charges a
. undred dollars fm conducting v.
funeral ami be is ju.it perfectly lovely
..':. everybody inside and outside the
family. A man buys a gold brick
. nu apologizes lor not having bitten
before. An editor walks a mile in
lbe bot sun to get the facts of a
death or wedding or social function
and spends three hours writing it up
and tells Res and praises people until
he bates himself. Then if he make-.
..n Insignificant omission or error oi
charges Ave cents straight for three
extra copies ho is a stingy, carelSN,
good-for-nothing old cuss, who never
gets anything light arid charges four
nines ibe price of city papers twice
as large. in short, he is a con-
Inunded most any nld thing and ought
to lie run out of town. Talk .ibout
-l.e ice man. I low would ynu like
lo im. a newspaper?"
FREE  EXPRESS  DELIVERY
Commencing this week the Express
eompany is delivering free all es-
presa matter for the business houses
..( the town. This is a goud, -strong
step in the right direction, and will
no doubt be followed by a general
tree delivery all over the citv before
a great while.
POST OFFICE OPEN FROM i TO
5 P.M. TODAY
The post ollice will be open from
■t to fl o'clock   today for the benefit
of Die public.
THE HOSPITAL BALL
Don't forget the hospital ball on
Momlay evening, November 25th.
Ci.iiihtook is extremely fortunate In
having such an Institution as the St.
Eugene hospital, and no man In tho
dislriel. can invest $2 In a more
worthy manner than by purchasing a
ticket to the ball, no matter whether
Uiey attend or but. TIIK   (MtA.Nltl.OOK   IIKIIAM)
MM   News of the District   III    \
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned from Newspapers /
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X WARDNER |     Miss .1,'iiiii,' SmithT who Has    been
♦ X niiiili.i .il iii ilie M.f if |iosl iiiiiii' tor
A.A.....,_........*.A_ somo    iim,',   li-fi yi'sii'iiliiy tor Hos-
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(I'iuiii our own correspondent)       n piwll i tin'   pnsl     ollice there.
'I'll., besl wishes ..I her many    Irlenils
Perhaps it  is Wiis soil-raising Hour  „0 „i,|, |„.,.    mjss jjuutle 'llolvn has
Uu I is   boosting   up lltu    prko    ol    uc.ecdod Jilss Smith in lhe     lloyiu
Im-iui. I nice.
ince 1'i.iiliilfr.ilii.n.
have be
.Vnu-    Hills,
llis
laud, "I Cranbrc
ul in l Ii,'inline
Since ilie Chic
straight iiniii il.
ill)   lllt'lla'l   l'l.lllll
iln- straits.
.Hi. I'.f.ifll,
lOWII   nil   l'l III.
liusiiiess.
ii ami I-. How-1   M,,S|,.| Sydney Elmer was up Irom
rem tlie guests  Kingsgnto Sunday on a    little  visit.
.11   Insl week.      Slillie)   is uue ol llie hl'tglllosl      li.iis
iii llie country ami will make a ui.nl.
f.i himself yet.
ulis luui    li.
■i.-. Detroit li
io till" eil) "' l.jsi Tiiesil.iv evening tho local
If Lf ..I mill Fellows f.nlftifl llie
Initiatory    degree   on     three cnndl-
.Mrs.   Cassio   t'luiliiiil, hnving pas-  ,|,lU.S| n*|Cl.    „i,i,.i, n,|i,ri cn|,0     |
swl away,     a   numhei ol   proniliicnt    andwlchcs wore served.     Thu luilge
lumbers and iiii.iih.ki_ are ,ii llburl)   |s making oxcollont progross.
lu craw! uul oi theil holes. i 	
  I   iv. II.    Altlrldgo, manager "I    tho
ul  i i..i,lii.ii.l,, iu.,   in  Consolidated .MiniiiB & Smelting com-
y     .m.i Saturilaj     on  ,,.,,,y ,,i  Canada, il is said, draws a
salary ot l.n,uuu a year, malting liim
  'onu ol the highest    snlarletl men    in
Tins is the iuu.' "I Uie year   when  Cairadit.       llm.    those    who    bave
the mono)     market   and    Ulie parlor  watched his inovemcnts will nul, besi-
alovo pipe .ue bulb uut ol joint.        .tale i„r a moment iu saying Hut bo
  earns it.     To lbe stranger Altlrltlgu
Policeman -V.liicy returned uu Mon- m|g|,t |„. taken lor a ' commercial
day Hun. ., business trip to Michel traveller ur a prosperous merchant in
.in.I Pernie, and be rupurts Urn ., smn|| ,mvll] nil|lt., |,|lall r,„. ,|„.
Wuilhci ,i_ being mu unfavorable in sbinvilesl smeller nun in llm
.huso towns. ] ollllnloil.     Those who bave watched
  In mi nt tbe arbitration meolings, mm
.\ Michigan woman has  applied Im   being held at Moyie, ean readily see
.i .In..ii-,. un thu ground Hut lar bus-  |,„w i.,.-,.,, tlie man is, be having    all
hand only gavo her    lorty cents    in   the nttrthliles ot a   corporation law.
 agaliee      ol   y__,
nlill
lllll  sill'
ll.l
,i nliolf il..
If,, I     Mm
Mr. Kr.-.l Hurgess, who lias been
tiding lu.. vacation witb bis parents
I'. Irolia, ttiil., relumed ou Sun-
morning to i.-.suiim lus duties .it
ollice ol llm funis Nest Pass
aber company, at tins placo,
tween luid .mil good til
When times arc good pi
and ii takes .ill ymi c
hi.-. H'hell times ate li
su imi thai um cun
unbuilt loi., oi things.
llllL'l
l.o-
s allot' all.
•., are high,
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| FERNIE X
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il'iuiu the Pernio Pice Press.J
nl to ilo
(1. t'. t'uli'inan, ul London, England, arrived in town un Saturday
Iter a very sueccsslul hunting trip
on I'lii-iling river, lie £i,i three line
big boras ami live guats. One big
born measured lii| inches in circumference al base, __ Inches uiitsiilo
iiirviteie and Jl inches iu breadth al
lining lo llm Masonic ball, which ibe widest pall, the second was nol
is i„ in- given in riuiiiiiuuk on llm .mile so lurge measuring 17 Inches in
uioniitg oi iiuiolifi .list, iim daueu ireiimfercnco at base and .'111 inches
which was to be given liy llm Haul- outside Clll'vittirc. The oilier was a
mr school has buen postponed until three vear uld ram. The goals wore
Novombci .sib, as a iiuiubei oi lb,' -,|so very large and nltogcthei Mr.
[ill' Iiiiiii Imle piopose al-   Coleman expressed himself as     being
L'li_.liU-il witb llis nip.
H-iiiling      the   dance      in    l.'i.tnlii
Thursday evening
Ml. ami Mrs. Pled Stork enlert.tiu-
Wltilc    operating mi a   patient     ii ' d a large number ul   Kernie fricnil:
Itn.oklyii dentist struck him on     lbe  ul their liume iu Vancouver tlie other
bi'iiil with a hammer, a much prompt-  day.
ci method of    producing unconscious- j .
ness than gas The victim furgul all 1,. M. Proclor, of Vancouver, i.s in
ni,uill llis toothache, but oh! what a iluwn ibis week un business in eoii-
lii'.iil.ube. nirtiiiu with the    case uf aluDotlgul)
,  . vs. Christie.
A concert company known ns    tlm "T"—"
"Joe-Ulll O'ouoerl company," arrived »'*■ """ Mt». ■•■ ■■• »u"", expoci
in town lasl week. The lirst ot their '" l«« toelr departure from Fcrniu
performance,     was begun ou VVedues-  <»'     Wednesday next     fur  their new
day     evening in  tbe     Library lull.    '" " Vancouver.
These shows iveie continued fur   four —""""
nights in succession,     Um oxcitemeiil     )lr- s-    "■   Wallace lus purotrasod
each lllglll     being so     as tu attract    '"'    l'v"     luls backing    the    Kernie
large crowds.     As will as the sbuw  hotel'        »e   iitulerstuuil .Mr. Wallace
presented by  the company a contest   '■• coul plating an    exlonsivu aildi*
i.l sunie suit     w.is engaged in     each   Hon to Ills lllg hotel.
cvoning, which    caused groat amuse-. 	
ment.    Saturday night's proceedings '    ''I'1'11' ■"<'   nine ur    ten   cases    ol
ended wilh n very sueccsslul dance,     typhoid fever iu tlm   Kernie hospital,
  nearly all uf    wliieli ale from     West
Dananas    ate    advancing In price, !;''''"i(;- ,   'f1'™   """J '"' ^""^""i
In.l thai   is not   llm      way  yuu      wili   Wt0n-$    «."*.**?    Sil"."a,.>' °°«<l'tioi,S
progress if yuu step on une.
over in the lumher suburb.
Kxpcrts have figured uut that the
eust o( stopping a train varies frnm
•15 cents fur a train nf len ordinary
passenger coaches to $1.01 lor an express train of heavy coaches, four
limes the weight uf tlie former. Theso
estimates apply lo a single set uf
uumlltioiis, On the up gradu the cost,
is more than on a level.
The Chinese
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I FRANK \
lest.
(From The Frank 1'aucr.)
'I'he Lille hotel was fined $j(.     ami
.       ,      , ..costs     liefore     Magistrate      llelcher
..esc     Ian.Miry has recently   Um(hy     - Hj*      „ t    f
unuirguu iiamls.       it is being control- j,ol)rs
led now by a Chinaman named (Juan . ' w
Lee, his     predecessor having relired |   (. ,,   ,,;wi      mflnagcr „r   l!ie
from work and gone to Nelson foi   a  Kiis|(,rt| TownsWps ,mllb at Colonmu
J has    been   promo toil lo the mnnngei-
ship of the Pernio branch to bo open-
It.  II.  Iti.h.iti    was  in    Cranhrook   ed the lirst of   the    inuiiih and   will
I.is! Saturday nn business. ilmvc    for Kornlo nt that time.     Hy
  Ilie     CXercISfl    of     excellent liusiiiess
The root crop al the company's traits and mueh energy and public
ranch Is being harvested ami frnm spirit iu public iilTnlrs Mr. Kwing has
ihe rcsulls shown we are thoroughly gained a very large circle nf friends
cuiiviiii'.'il that .iliimst nnythliig in in the Pass wbu will sincerely regret
the line ..[ vegetables Call be vcrv Ins departure.
sueivssfiilly grown in this part. A i ——
small pine ..[ ground has grown a ' Tlie Mucky Mountain Cement coin-
very largo ..tiii.iini uf runts ami pa»y is making goud progress wilh
vegetabh's. Tbe company propose iin building operations at Blairmore.
tilling it large piece nf ground next A car of cement bus been received
year ami grenl rcsulls nro anticipate and tbe masonry work on the found,*-
nl. itions is well under way. A Iron 1 UUO
 _>                      yards of stone has already been laid.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦J I   Mrs. Julius WoTlf, wife of the bnul,-
• i  keeper at ihe Hillcrcst mine, died un
X MnVIF ♦ October Jl after a lingering ami pain-
Z ivnj I ic z   tl||  lUnogg,     'i'i,,. remains were  laken
f f   I.. New Denver, It. C, fur iiilermein.
Much sympathy is    foil fur ibe    bereaved husband.
(Krem  tbe Moyie Leader.)
Mi
-s    M.I 1.    ilie Cruiibrool* inil-
. .llt-l
p.. H
oi loday.
	
II.
A. Ayrcs nml lamily have moved
inlo
Hmii    new   home,     wliieli they
pure
used recently limn P. .1.     Ilig-
gins
■ lames Thuin and James I-'crgusmi
were in Cranbrook the lirst of Iho
week lakinti their examinations ns
mechanical engineers.
W. J. Koltham i
sunken C. I'. R. t
China fnr $5,000,
money will be so
ifi'iis to raise    tne
tea mer Kmpress of
ami he says     the
ly earned it Will
FACTS ABOUT CANADA
Forty-two extradition treaties nl
Great Britain apply to Canada.
Canada has over 7IIII legislators,
federal and provincial.
Canada has had 111 govornor-gener-
als, 1581-1906.
The ages of 111 members ot the
Dominion government cabinet average
5...
Kurt Nelson, on Hudson's Bay, is
as near Liverpool as Montreal.
Ottawa I'm."
Iim millions,
millions.
t .ili.i.l,,  lull.17 I     deal
iui.il i.f ..nil,
six premiers    of
hiimls since llu-u.
of   Pnileil   Slate
lion in Canada.
lies were lufiirpnratc.1 nl
i, wilh rnntlnl slock    of
imn, .uu companies, sn
. of unsound ml ml,
 b, 8,3711 blind—
i-ses, 211,IIS.
lus In. hospitals, ISO
i convents, If, bouses nf
uul 32 Industrial schools.
Camilla bail llllllli 1,310 newspapers
ul periodicals: Ontario, iiV7'i Que*
.. in."., Mnnitolia, nil   Nova Scotia,
Tlm Canadian I'i
t.iii members.
nl inn lijis
Cnnndn lus seven peers, n baronets',
_ li.l'.ll.ll.'s, 22 K.C.M.ll.'s, 1",
K.H s, 12 Coiupaitlons iiiiiI Members
of lbe Older of Knighthood.
There
Caiiii.Hi
is    only one    distinctively
pi'i-t:  Baron de l.ungueliil.
Iii iiiiii iniiivl Empire Loyalists en-
ei e.l I'iiii.iila Iroui ITS I on.
Camilla look mm prizes at lhc Cell-
eiinlal exhibition iu 1870; 325 at the
'ui s exhibition iu ISTS, and 2,12ii
I  lbe Chicago lair ill 1802.
Canada has IT.iinu coniiiiorehil trav-
l.iil menibers
uf Commons lu
ColilT'iletnlion.
il ihe Canadian House
if been unseated since
present. House uf Commons lis
ivyers, fill are i iiiuiii reinl life
re doctors;    11 journalists,     :'.:
nla bus .'iiill weather observation
POPULATION
1
'11
(Based
.Hindu's    i
in t
i	
■nsiis n
iliun,
f HIUI)
llinl, ..,:
I
uf
12
'iinada's pi
Iniia was 2
Till.
niln
2.',1
inn In
11108,
first ee
l.'l.USS;  1
Canada's  population in  llti'i     was
0,000;     17SS,   13,012;   IKM,   Upper
Canada, 05,000; Lower Camilla, 335,-
000.
Canadit'H     poiiv.liiWon nt Contedcrn-
inn, I8G7, :\\ millions.
Canada's  pnpulatiun esliimtted     by
Census Bureau nn Jnminry 1,     I0U7,
li,IIJ,.'»S|.
Camilla began 20th   century     with
,mc     population     ns  ihe'   United
Stall's began  the Hill.
.ni.i.hi lias nve
nationalities rcpn
latinn.
Ill countries   and
■fiit-eil in Iter pnpu-
Ciinndn had, in lt!01, 1:12,101 more
nales than females.
Canada is n(Iding lo its populntinu
■very year by Immigration a number
learly eijiial to Toronto's population,
Canada has mure than one-half of
he white population of all Itritain's
colonics,
Canada has enfranchised 25 per tent
uf her population.
Canada has 87 per cent nf Canadian
burn peuple: 4,071,815; 8 per cent of
Uritisli burn peuple, Ml.'i.S.S.'t; or 05
per cent uf British burn subjects, 5,-
II77,I»!IK.
Canada has only 5 per cent nf
oreign burn people: 223,1117.
55 per een l nf Ca na tla's foreign
mn population are nnttirnlllU.il.
Canada's population, HUH, 73 per
inl rural; 2ii per cent urban.
Cumuli) had, 1001, fit centers nf
5,000 population and uvcr, 31 nf
population of 10,050 and over.
Canada's cenler of population is
near Ottawa, and i.s moving west.
Ca im
lion.
ii   population    5ii
Today over 1 mil
Canada's western population is io
per ceni Hritish am) Canadian burn;
25 per cent fureigii burn.
Population nf three prairie provinces, 805,000; 5 years ago, 110,0110—
increase, U2 per cent.
Canada's west is being Inrgely
built up by Ontario's suns.
In mot, 120,151 Ontario burn
peoplo had moved to lhe west.
One nui nf every 3J in Canada is of
French descent,
Queliec provlnco has 1,322,115 ul
l-'rencli descent and 230,000 British.
Ontario province lias 150,000 of
French descent.
belike taking candy from a baby. He     The Hritish flag was raised on   KI-    .   ..   ,   k.,   .      ..  f,
unfolded   his   plan   o    the Lea-dor s :Jcsmcrfl |fln(i   lmi i)200 mites north '/f.   ltnlt ^tL''e' ,"• **:.    . ,
marine   reporter last     night.     It is   ((f W)fl ,;  s. boundarv. Uvery Stable Keeper, intend to    ap
simply this; As is known, the vessel _
has 000  Ions of llmir mi hoard     audi    ,,       ,      .,,.      .   „  , ,  .
is is now   in the     form nf paste. L0vJ* l m'lli.(Jn bfllIlol1sflrSero cast iu
With the aid of    a  diver he     would /'"'mnioi. elections of 1004.
. siifliclenl  ipianlily of    yeast
CltANHKOOK LANI> DISTRICT
DISTRICT OK   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice   tbat I, Ocorge Geary,
'   Fort   Steele,   B. C, occupation,
■ry Stable Keeper, intend to    ap-
. ly for a special timber license   over
ibe following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a pust planted at
N. K. corner ul .1. Sullivan's prompt iun,    Uience   soulh     80 chains,
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer
WINNH'EII
Family Herald and Weekly Sta
MONTREAL
Cranbrook Herald
THESE THREE
REQULAR PRICK $4.00
$2.50
AN OPFRR WHICH MEETS Tilt: SPELIAI.
WANTS OF ALL CLASHES OF HEADERS
Tlm \V... iei 11 Caiiiiillan reading public is miiile up ebiellv ul Ihese elasses :
I'eisulia wbu lmve lived in llie West fur a leii|_thv period lllid are Ollt-llml-nill
.V.'siornei's, an.l recent airivals Iroui tbu old'.' try, Irom ibe United
States and frnm Mastein Ctinutla.
Perhaps no i newspaper emil.l enter with complete satisfaction to all
these classes, lmi l.v ibis combination offer every special need is met.
Tbo '■ U'eokly Free I'ress ami Prairie Farmer" ;_ives a ciimplete teeoril
iveek by week ol nil bupponings in the Western Proviiiees.   In niblilioii il
nas spoebil .lo|nlrl nls fur American ami Ilrllish sealers.   Tbe " Kiunlly
II "nl.l nn.l Weekly Star" supplies ibe f ier resilient ni Baslorn Cainiiln
.villi Ihe news nf the Ivistein purlieu uf the llomlnjnii in ilelalltnl form, uml
■nnk lleralil " provides ibe local Western news, wliieli yuu cannot
the "(Yin
ilo trillion
CRANHROOK HERALD:
I'in.l I'lii'losed iL'.nl), lor wlllcll Sl'lul inn " Weekly Pree Press ami
Prairie I .inner." U'iniiipeo; " Piuiiily lleralil ami Weekly Sim,"
Montreal j nml "t'lanlirook lleralil," for one year each.    '
This offer is open onlv lo those who are new Bubseribers, or tlinse wlm
pay up in full, ami WILL ULOSI. DKOKMRI.ll 1st.
NOW IS Till': TIME tu take u'lvniiUiuu of THK REST OI'l'KH KVKII
MAliI',  IN  Till.  \V1*8'_.
811    ehains, (lienee   east tfl     chains, |   t'ltANIIKui.K  LAND IHSTHICT
thenco norlb sn   chains, Ihence west	
.11 chains, thence   north 77     chains,   DISTRICT OP KAST KOOTENAY,
Ihenee west 17 chains, Ihenee    north , 	
3 eliains, llienre west 23 chains to Take nolicc lhat The King Lumber
point of commencement, and contain- Mills, Limited, intend lo applv lor
uig iiid acres, more or less. permission lu purchase lhe loflowlug
described land:
Commencing at a post planteil   nt
licorec Cleary.
Dated Ni'plcmbor 27th, 1287.     21-lit
When You
Come to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rockendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
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*■• * **■**-**-**&
A Good Investment
STORM WINDOWS
ynur hull
ooiie-half;
hiUi now from the
ill id winter will
ur cual lull.
Cranbrook Sash and
Door Company
All kiinln ol Huthilng Material on
hand or mode tn order
Drink Home Beet
It Is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
calces wilh the
flout tu cause it lo     There have been ten general     elec-   thence cast 2ft   chains,   theuce sou
S'l Ft. Sleele Brewing Co.
the south-east corner ul lhe I. Ca-
lnll timher limil, Lot 71112, thence
running norlh thirty-live chnins,
thence cast twenty chains, thence
south twenty chains, more or less, to
the H. c. Southern right-ot-way,
Ihence fuliowing lhc said right-of-
way in a south-woslcrly direction lo
point of commencement, and containing fitly acres, more or less.
(Sgd) The King Lumber Mills, Ltd.,
Oeo. tliingerfurd, Locator.
Rated September Pith, 1007.  211-ct
W. R, Hatty, Kieii'rnl Director
Cranbrook H. O. Pliono No. fill
CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in ils comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is iusl up-to-
date and is modernly equipped
to do just the best work in all
branches ol the tonsorial art.
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Cranbrook
Livery S
GEARY &DOYU-
Proprietors
Tcium anil drivers furnished for mi'
point In the district.
A. DOVI.B. Mnrnisrer
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kind.
of repairing,   (live mc a call.
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I   The Truth About Scotch Whisky
I'IIK safest ami most refreshing of all lieveragee ia Whisky and Soda.
w here wines ami other stimulants a,,, f ..bidden, wbmkv, diluted
Willi -nm,, siilluld uieriil „r aerated water, anil prescribed by a
pbyniiiinii at lbe proper time, has always u highly beneticlal effect.
Seu'eli U lossy bus lung I n acknowledged the b,_t.   n bus al st
...iliii'ly snperseileil Ireiieb llrnmly over lbe greater part ol the world.
bis Is owing lo the skill an, ,ai« whieh have, uf recent vears, liven
doomed tu blending. Mall Win. kv, bv llselt, unless v»ry „i,l is heavy
and iiiuf.li.lal.le, and is esliemely hurtful tu tbo digestive organs when
lulu -ti f ly. *
Scotch Hniiii Whisky, however, being tmule [rem lbe fluent g'liins ami
niiilli',1 l.ailey, ami distilled prafli.'ally pure by  lorn appliances, la
liequelilly  p.eferred.   Nu Bllongei uviilenco ol ils purilv can bo given
llian  llns, thnt one ul llu i|   iu.in  I'rofeMHurs of' Chumislry in
Lugbiml has used Caiiiluis tltnin Whisky for nearly lliirly years.
The blending of Mali ami i ..uii. W'blskies has within recent vears been
rediici'tl in a si'leiiee, ibe result lieing a initiation which munis the
tut"',' uf lhi*"..ll Mall" Whisky ami Imparts a distinct delicacy lo
HI L   "I  rsu  l.,,tl,  kiiuls must li.veil.;,,.    Nothing is handier
i Mall .Vbi. kv uni.mllo..I.
s:
'I'd.
I leu  Wine
,' the recent ui
ml Rphll Tin.le I! nl," „( kiIi Muv, 1905, in
trovoiny rutjariltiig "nil malt" Whisky,n»yfl j—
11 in niii.ii tu I..- iiiitnitteil tIiiii iln- iiitllntluiiHnmutlinuhko rtiKnnl-
niK 'nil llllltt ' hum inn. Im -Iii) in. Il»- exIOl   I s it   WH*, IIN It lutlljti-
f. u.'i.iiN ol itraln ninl iii.iii in 'till in .ii' tviiM mini. louMtroiUH, nu.t it
is Mtiinii-,.,1 Hun • iiii nmir |H ,„,i iirainihle, una tlm Kngllvli nUiiuauha
»I.ith it mi)In umfuu mul (io* Imtweeii,"
Wo aro l'iu|.iii.hiiH u( ten Scotch Dtatlllorloa, fmtioua for tlielr utnkei
' (train un.I Mult WhlskioH, ami wo iml.I uuormoua buh-Im ol uuli kimU
' HplrllB,
"KING GEORGE IV."
a (titie lilemle.l Seoteli Wl.ihkv, ({uamutpeil for »-"-*. qualliv *n«l
flnvor-   It never varlea,   It tiau olitulliotl Onbl Metlalu tHIuTiUHl AwuhIh)
wheruvor exlilhlteil in cum poll tion with other lilendo.   Fur General
. Table Use it Nimnl.-. wltlioul a rival.
OBSERVE (WltKKn.l.Y  Al.l. I.AHKI.S, CAI'Sl'I.KS, CKltTIFl-
t'ATKS AMI COUKS, AND THUS AVOID
INlTOItlOli IMITATIONS
"KINU GKOUCIE" WHISKY in known eveiywliere, hut ihuiihl
there he anv tUtlitiulty in obtain tug it, pleiinu seiul m a |iuiiliiiril for uur
ilea rest Agent's inline atitl atltlrepn,
We also nell CALEDONIAN, recognised nn one of the lwst.
DISTILLERS COHPANY, Limited
R. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd.
SOLE  AGENTS
VICTO IA, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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X   FISHING TACKLE    That Will Gatch Fish    FISHING TACKLE
1    THE R00SVILLE CASH STORES
♦ I RI'll ROO, Proprietor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors' Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment ol Fishing: Tackle suitable
for the District in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Big; Game Heads, and Souvenirs ol The Greal West.
A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL KEEP IT
ELKO, B. C.
DEZALL BROTHERS
HUCKSMITIIS AND WOOUWOIlKKRH
llieyelo  U'i|i.iirs always iu stuck.    Machines lor putting on Huggy
Rubber Tyres, with Tyres always on band. \
wagons, Carriages anu imim.umf.nts
l'l I ONU 110 ™"*"^™"~"""
. O. ROX III
B. C. Livery and Peed Stables
li).,'l IIOIf.1.. ALWAYS TO HU HAI.
**%•**
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook, b. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tho Manitoba Im centrally locuti.<l and ton one of tho tort itiniii-*mourn
In the city.   The liar io mippiiuil with iho Iwtit of l.ii|iiort. ami 4'inuiH
4i"Hr
I,.,..*.*,....*******.j***************
The Cosmopolitan lj
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once. TIIK   1'ltAMtllUOK   HERALD
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
CRANBROOK  FIRE  BRICK AND
TERRA  COTTA   COMPANY,   LIHITED
IS NOW VERY LIMITED
The kiln containing the fire brick will be burned in a week or so, and the balance
of the stock will be picked up as soon as the kiln is opened and before the brick
arrives in town. There are hundreds of people watching and waiting for the result; there are only a few thousand shares left and this is all that will be offered
at one dollar, the next stock that goes on the market, if any, will be at a greater
advance. Buy 25 shares if you cannot get more, but don't let this opportunity go
by.   Experts pronounce the clay wonderful.    $1 per share, payable in four monthly payments
WRITE US FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS
BEALE & EL WELL,    =    OFFICAL BROKERS
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
a^MrgMl^iTSlCe1
ti-AI £*13j ISsi US
TO EMPLOYERS OF LABOR
MARCONI I* SATISFIED
tion. In.l it is unlikely Mm! h
Ins Ii lends will be enlhlislnsljt
the re-appearance uf a man who has
neenieiu  HANDLED THOUSANDS OF WIRE-  twice snuffed oul his polilieal life.
LESS COPY   YESTERDAY        I  ♦-	
Halifax, 1
Uie system
(-Mnm11mc.it
peri mental
! v -This   ,1 ttcrnoon  '",w T( ■    M A K !■:     \ 11 V 1:1 IT I s I N( 1
mil e.nne, while (heir ehiltl suffered indescribable agonies.
1 .   Death   ensued   Saturday    morning
The city clerk has recoivrd the fol-  ilt 8.50 o'clock.       The
lowing circular letter Hum the   Hon.   wliieh was received in    Prank
H  U. Tatlow: afterward    hv telegraph, while    nut
Victoria, Ootoher, 1907.     unexpected, brought .1 shock to    the
Clerk,    MunlelpniUlv     ol Cranhrook,  whole community .is the friends here,
Cnuihioo'., M. C: )Hgc the parents,    hoped foi the best
Dear Sir*    Lei ters are being    con- until the end.
siantly mvived    hy the Bureau     of     The esteem in which Mis-, Evn was [time in tin- history .», the world mes
Provincial Information from   persons Md by her   school mates and     the ls„ges arc being transmuted to    and
desiring wort; on farms ami orchards,   facull) at Edmonton, was attested at [received from England commercially
These applications arc (nun the n service held nt Edmonton prioi to The formal opening ol the station at lucstlon about that, li has lieen
middle and lasiein provinces ul ihe departure ot the train for tho (Port - Marlon C H was attended hv U'M so thoroughly .md mad,' sn
Canada.  Hie British   Klcs and  North ..-'
wireless transatlnnllo
passed from iis    ex-
ne, .md for the    tirst
DAY; oil, PROFITABLE
ADVERTISING
Advertising
pays
Hint-
i-i ti Europe, and may lie divided nit
four classes, namely:
(l)   Y ig men  Inexperienced     i
farm work, wishing to learn prncti
eal larm work .m.i hortlcullure.
(S) Experienced farm hands, 111
ma iritil
no ni
lit About 300 pupils nf the col- mi special function nor wis there ,I,;,I1V fortunes that tl
lege attended nnd the Rev Riddell, an) actual demoustrntioii made in the 1(' •••■■••*• its efficacy, mn* th
principal of lhe college, described In.tesl ol the service From early silv ,,f >' "here prosperity In busi-
toiichlng language, the blow thosB m.irnlng Mr Marconi is said to have "•'ss is t,( '-* won. While this stnle-
who know her there luid sustained, [personally operated thu keys, and to l1"'1" is Incldenlnlly true, advertising
Mi ItSddell aecompniilcd Mr. ami have transmitted in all between live "ltlsl ''*' done judiclousny iwwl wlsclv
Mis Stocvcs and Iho brother Gordon and len thousand words At 3.45 he''" ,mIt'r ,n B*-'' ""' best results. The
to Frank with the remains The le.i the opera tins room tor 0 mo- ""'n' Insertion of .1 carelessly written
C() Experienced farm bands, inrtr- tineml was Md here al I o'clock mcnl lo announce officially to the re- **■ 'tt casual Intervals never did
Sen.l.iv nrternoon from Knox church, presen tat Ives of the press present '-11'1 ,"'u'r wiN erealv liusiiiess for nny
The service was conducted by Hi.' the opening of Die station for com-1 rocrelmnt. It's the keeping ever-
Wet   Veto, i>i lhc English chinch, as-  merclal work lastingly at it, poumHng away    day
tinted In  \h   Uhhlcll who ngain paid,     1 am perfeerfj  satisfied." he said Utter day    Lhat finally ' wins success
tribute to the admirable qualities ot '"with   the rcsulls   ol today's work' »"*• Wg ftnanclal returns,
he departed girl     The luncral    was We are now     prepared   to accent a WHAT To ADVERTISE
uoll   tin- largest  ever held    in  Hie district   I mil.d
ory  and    was    participated in    by   the sages fa
1   Masons ..I  the Pav-. (iLtemHim   in      a   iiiiiKr "
rind (whb families 01 oth*
whose wives are w tiling lo Ink
vice with their husbands
il)   Worn.-n domestics
\ nmjorllj  ni tiie applicants I.
class 1. tint ihere is    .1 rontMci
1111 tn be 1 ol class :!      (1lnss 3 Is n
less nwiicrons, and     Ihere are
few nppllcniils lu elans  I     Mosl
wise)
ul
ible
Hie inal l led   mci
inn ii dwelling »
the eni|»loyers, 1
should commeml
look tu securing
l mlci      an ,i,'.
de:
ol   b.i
Mil
(Ins!
I we
S|»l
- bodv.
rate from Ihnl   ..I outpouring ol friends        The    n
nraiiireiiieiit  winch tributes wrro many and exquisite
elf tu lhose   who the extreme, ntittJting the otdoem
linanelil   help u!,,r|,  1 lu- il.-pai led
ei     an ar.iivin.nl ovlsltlig     be- l,-|,| In i|P    enmn
Hu-   government an.l the   cml- was nl Blairmore 1
ni branch nf 1i1eSahain.il  Vrm) i*|lt. demised was sixteen y
nslilerahlc Immigration ol   hum aire June 22ml last.    She bad    lived beads
to accept a
nsotlatir mes-     "ow right liore   is where lhe    ad-
purposes.    OI | vert User's judgment sliould cut an Im-
1.0 said,    w.u musl not con-  portnnt  limine.     Much advertising i.s
oday's event wilh that ol three result'!ess   because ii is based    upon
0go when the flrsl message was   dead     merchandise    nr unseasonable
I ncims Uio ncean      Today we  wares    that no    amount of publicity
...eii'iv throwing   open our floors couki possibly move.     Here is where
I her family .no to lb?   public and inaugurating    tho [the retailer shout il use liis best Judg-
[\      Interment work foi    which oui   company    was'mcnl and not continue thinking that
formed     Three years ago mir    mes-  'lust anything" will tlo
nes were   directed to tbo crowned !   Speaking generally  (here are     but
nl   dn
(treat
Itnlai
help
expected   tlic grant
1
Europe.
Thei
need
four
Tlie
lj
nl
..f t'H'V
d.-sitnii
lhe   III
ilgrntlon to   linn-'i
Cnllindn.i  ol  .1   leli.ildc  class  of  Wllito
labor, am! Invites the earnest co*
operation ni ibe farmers, fruit-grow-
cis and dairymen of ihe province in
(hai cud.
Yuu me therefore rnqimtal to call
tin- atietiiiou nf employers ut laboi
in yaw district  in Hns letter,    and
mpt'sl Ihem 1.1 nil 111. as eompie-
henslhh as possible, llu- forms ou*
closed
Yours Truly,
It   (J   Tallow,
Miuistei nl Finance and Agriculture
The forms interred tn ean tic     ob*
taiiie.1  at   llie Citv  Ollice.
characteristics    which    reader
part ol hei life in the of Hul nuw indeed the hulk nf our
nd loved by [message lodnv emanated from tho
n 1 mosi ever j resilient of the district, more Important newspapers of the
Tlw sincere sympathy of r.ll is with «world Oue message, however, ad-
Ihe grid stricken fninlly, dressed    to the   British people from
, ..t„  Uw   pi.'ini.'i    ol   Cnnndn was    sent,
while two have heen received     from
CONSERVATIVE   CONVENTION    ,|M.   Canadian   commissioner In Lon-
  don,   Lord   Strnthcona,      1 am not
pormilled to give lhe text of     iheso  policy of everv store, not  all  lo t
PROVINCIAL  ASSOCIATION     TO messages, though I may say thev aro  same extent, nf course, lilll (lopemlln
MEET IN VANCOUVEI!
goods worthy of being advertised,
That  they are newly Introduced.
Thai they ale better value than
usual iti the price.
That Ihev are superior in character,
That they a're hal'gnlns.
These tour churnclei Istlcs should
receive   attention in   the advertising
I  vertising productive of excellent     re-
They who believe most in advertising are they who have proved il
mosl. .John' tt'nnakol', Marshall
Field .md others of tho gieat advertisers have not scrupled tu commend
ii to others and have confessed that
much and very much of their success
is due to llieir faith in printer's ink.
Tho ngo has been educated to fdll appreciation of the value of publicity.
MORE ISLANDS ANNEXED
STEAMER      ARCTIC    RETURNS
FROM  TRIP TO  FAR  NORTH
Oiieboc, Oct, 22.—The Arctic, looking none the worse for the long voyage through the far northern sons,
slowly steamed into port this morning. Many puople were on h-and io
sec Uie somewhat quaint looking
craft as she sailed up lhe river nnd
dropped nnohor opposite llie marine
department wharf. Though busy with
111.llt.ss details, which lind iu lie lout-
id to afler so long a voyage, Capt.
tinnier accorded a few minutes conversation to a Western Associated
I'i ess reporter.
1 "I hive covered some 11,000 miles
nf sailing since I left here In .lulv,
luuil," said the captain. "The voyage Iras lieen on the whole an eventful mie. The wmk of annexing the
various islands in the far nnrlh ami
adding Ihem to the Dominion of
Canada was carried out, aud -a large
urea of new territory nuw rests under the Canadian flng as a result ot
th- Arctic's trip.
ngrntul.itory nature.'1
Dm
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all   nf  .1
SIR IIIBBERT   Tl PPER IN POLI-
■ II the   character     of   Undo catered
11.
PREPARING "COPY."
be recent visit nf M
■ coast, it was decided     ml TICS                                 A few   general hints as in tlio |
ven Hon ol tho Connervntlvo I   pa ration of "copy" will not be
the purpose ol funning    a     Ilnlifnx, V   S., Oct.   22.—Al the Tor iu tbo average   store loo    little
nssoclnlloii, and arm ngo- Conn; rvnt Ive convention held ai West* I attention is given to ibis very     until.it tiled have been   made ville lodnj in nomlnnlo a candidate portnnt matter,
presidents and executive    nf  for Pletou couniy lor the    next ful- I   In the lirst place ilnn'l try to   ad-
- - ■     *    I.....      I tl... >;,,!...    .,1 -.i.n
SAD END OF  MU NO LIFE
MISS   EVA     STEEVES   PASSED
AWAY  AT   EDMONTON
(Tho Frank Paper.)
hy tli
various Iik'.iI associations,    The data nrnl election    the unexpected happen- vertlse   too    many articles at
for the gathering lias been fixed for wl,   when    wire-pullers   of the pariv   time    iu a   small space.     Introduce
lie 22nd and 23l'il ot November, and who have all a'ong conceded their hi- ] vvli~.it yuu liave lu sell, pnint olil     its
Hie ineetinn will be held in tlie   Con* ability Io lind within Ihe county    or good ouallties, show that il is useful
Bervalive dub rooms    al  Vancouver, the province n    man    who can lead  or desirable fur your readers to have
The following basis of representatives Ihem to victory, succeeded in turning 'and if there   are special Inducements
has been decided upon. down lhc strongesl claimant  for tho  in price, state them    In iict.nl.     Du
Every Conservative member of the last. A. C, Bell, cx-M. P., who for- not deal    in    glittering generalities,
provincial legislature shall lie entitled merly sal for the constituency.    Mr. I Particularize.
Miss Eva Sleeves, daughter nl   Mr.   to atlend.        Each provincial      ton Brll has been told lo stand aside in |   Don'l trv to jam in too many large
ami Mrs. R.   Sleeves, of Frank, died   stiluency to he entitled in send    ten favor of    Sir lllbberl Tupper by    a   type display lines.     lu mosl     cases
Saliirdav morning 'nst at   Edmonton   dclegnles iu   respect of each member voto of 20 to 08.     ll remains to    ho  only the heading, the thin nam.- and
afler au' illness of nhoul a month.       elected   by ii     in   ibe local legists* seen, however, if   Sir llibbert    will   ihe price of the article should be dis-
' ii'    Sleeves had     been attending   ture. .consent to stand in the breach.    Mr,'played.
I.,1 . ...ton     college over a year and      Such delegates to    be elected    by Bell fully   expected to     gel  and de- |   Ise     attractive    cuts if yuu have
had returned to school at  the begin-   the orgnnlzed Conservative clubs    or serve:! the party nomination.     When   them, hut don't,    tor heavens soke,
ning    of   the   term of    September,   associations in each constituency,    og Sir llibbert deserted the county   and use illustrations that have no enrlh-
About the first ol Ootoher she   enn-   where uu club    or association is    in ran away lo    British Columbia nflet   ly reference to the goods advertised.
trooted    a cold mid   had a gathering   existence,   to be elected   at a public the Conservative debacle. Mr.     Bell I ' GETTING HESt'LTS
in one ear, from which she apparently   ineeMng   convened   hy the   Conserva- remained lo bear the brunt of a los- |   Advertising alone—no   mailer   how
recovered, except  ns to severe pafus   live party. . ing fighU     This is the second     time excellent—cannot build up a hig trade
iu the head.     These became fnereas-     The admslment of   the   representn- Ihal Mr. Bell lias been sacrificed    for or nuke a house great,    The business
iugly s-vere uuiil meningitis develop-   lion nf lhc different portions of    any Tu;>pcr.        When Sir Charles Tupper  itself   must ho    right.      The store
eil,      The best,     medical attendance   riding   to he   settled     hy tlio party was looking for    a seat  for Charles   should he kckt clean, neat and nllrnc-
tbal could he procured was provided  within thai riding. Hil.licrt on the    hitler's Introduction  live, tin* stock   in perfect enndlttonj
anil two operations were performed in     No delegates tn lie allowed lu    he to public life, be went In Plolou. Mr.  the windows dressed frot|UOlltly    and
tho hope of    saving her life but     to   represented hv proxy, Bell was Die candidate of his parly,  furnished with attractive show ends.
no purpose.      Two weeks ngo    Mr.     All delegates to  l.e duly accredited 1ml nl the insfanoc nf ihe elder Tup- These matters, and many others that
ami Mrs, Sleeves were summoned   to   Ui    writing   under the   baud of    the per, he was set aside    and llie berth   will suggest  themselves to the   mer-
Edmoutoll ami    the   anxious parents   president or chairman and uf lhe club, given to young Tupper.     Again     he chant, once attended    In, end a tea-
spent a fortnight of terrible suspense,   association or meeling appointing saiit lias met  Ihe    same   fate,     He    ac-  soiiahle amount ot    time to the pre-
ulw.iys hoping yet despairing until tho -delegates, copied the   inevitable at the ton ven- pat at ion of copy, will make your ad-
,\ GREAT IDEA
(Stuck Journal.)
Yuu never see a tnuken-winded
horse in Norway, said a horso doctor.
That is because the horses there are
allowed to drin'i while they eat, the
same as mankind. Our horses, let
Hum be as ihirstv iis get out. must
still cat their dry fodder, their dry
jhuy and oats and com, with no tiling
in wash them down. Bui in Nur-
Wii) every burse has a bucket of
water beshlo his manger, and, as he
iai>. he drinks also, H is Interesting in see how Uie Norwegian horse,
relish iheii water with their meals.
Nuw they sip a littlo (rum tin-
bucket, now ihcy eal  a tnuilthlul Hieu
another sip, then another mouthful,
just like rational human beings. You
never sec a broken-winded horse iu
Norway, and the natives say it Is he-
cause thoy, serve w.tlci to the animals with  Iheir feed.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST  KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take iml ice ihat William Sherwood
Hell, nf Cranhrook, B. C, occupation,
Veterinary Surgeon, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-west corner ol Lot 2799,
Group 1, thence west K0 cbains,
thence south nu ehains. ihence east
mi ehains, thence north hu chains to
the [dace of beginning, containing 610
acres ol lanll, more or less.
William Sherwood   Bell, Locator,
per Arthur   Charles Yeacer, Agent.
Dated October Ith, 1007. 32-iit
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, occupation. Lumber Manufacturers, intend
to apply fur a special timber license
over ito following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted al
ito soutb-west corner of Timber License No. 9923, thence running west
so chains, thence north 8(1 cliains,
tbenee east 80 chains, Uience south so
chains to the place ot commencement
and containing til" acres, more or
less.
Ross-Saskatoon     Lumber   Company,
Limited.
Dated October 7tb,  19UT. S3-6t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  EAST KOOTENAY.
SOL THERE DIVISION
Take nut ice that The East Kootenay Lumlier Company, Limited, of
Craubrook, B. O . occupation. Lumber Manufacturers, intend to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands;
Lot number 6178, Group One. Koo-
leiiiiy district.
The East   Kootenay     Lumber Com-
pany, Limited.
Daled October 21st,  1907.        32-fit
CRANnitOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH FAST KOO-
TENAY
Take notice that William Sherwood
Bell, i.f Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Veterinary Surgeon, intends to
apply for a special timber license
over ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three chains north from the northwest curner of Lot 8694, Gruup 1,
theiici' south 23 chains, more or less,
iu the northerly limit of J. Shannon's pre-eni|itlon, thence wcm 20
chains, tlience south 70 chains,
thence wesi nu chains, Uienco north
90 chains, ibence easi in chains,
ihenee north 20 chains, thenco east
211     chains,     mole or   less, lo     the
Miiith-vwsi, ih   boundary    of      the
Crows Nest Pass Railway right-of-
way, th,me south-easterly along the
said right-of-way -W chnins. mure or
li'ss, to a puiut in the said boundary
due north ol the north-west corner of
Loi 3091, Group 1, being the pnint of
commencement.
William  Sherwood  Hell.
Dated October 25th, 1907.       32-6t
j BRAIN  LEAKS
1 (Gleaned from exchanges.)
I   The hardest work some men do   is
dodging it.
TechnicalIHes will not avail at the
final judgment.
Bargain counter marriages are seldom profitable.
"Good politics" often rovers up a
lui of crooked work.
The heart that harbors hate i.s never a home for happiness
WYtl rather believe a dog's tail
than lhe handshake of some politicians.
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF     SOUTH DIVISION
j OF EAST KOOTENAY
Take nolicc that 1, Lester Clapp,
'of Cranbrook, U. ti., occupation,
Hotel Keeper, intend to apply for a
.special timher license over tha following described land:
1 Commencing at a post planted at
lhc south-east corner of Lot 3066,
; thence west 40 chains, thence south
211 chains, thenco west K0 chains,
ibence south 40 chnins, thence east
in chains, tlience south 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains to west boundary of T. L. of It, Clapp, thence
nnrth 20 chains to N. W. corner of
P. It. W. 00, thence cast to a point
just suuth ol S. E. cornei; of L. 3066,
nurlh tti point of commencement, and
((Obtaining 040 acres, fore or less.
Lester Clapp, Locator,
Nicholas Powers, Agent.
j   Daiod Sept. 25, 1907. 27-6t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OF    SOUTH DIVISION
OF EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat    I, Nicholas Pow-
rs, of Cranbrook, B. C-, occupation,
Imber Cruiser, intends to apply for
special timber license over the lol-
owlng described land:
Commencing at a post planted   at
he north-went corner   of   Lot 2798,
thence south bO chains, thence   west
80 chains, thence   north au    chains,
thence    eaat no   chains to place    of
uinmeiiCeuicnt,     and   containing till)
acres, more or less.
Nicholas Powers.
Dated Sept. 25, 1907. 27-fct
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HUMfr
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds
within the Railway belt in Butub
Columbia, may be bouiesteadcd by
any person who is the sole bead ol »
lamily, or any male over is years ol
age, to lhe extent ol one-quarter
section ol 160 ucres, more 01 less-
Entry must be made personally at
the local Und office for tbe dislriel
in winch Uie land is situate.
The lwinestt-adcr is retimed to perform tbe conditions connected Uie»
with under une ol the lollowing
plans:
(t) At least six months' resident*
upon and cultivation ot the Und ift
each year for three years.
(2) II tbe father (or mother, U
the father is deceased), ot the homesteader resides upon a form in the
vicinity ot tlw land entered lor, tbe
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing wiUi
the father or mother.
(3) II the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land
owned by bim in the vicinity ot bit
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied by residence upon the said Und.
Six months' notice In writing
should be given to the Commissioner
ot Dominion Lauds at Ottawa ol Intention to apply tor patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at
$10 per acre tor soft coal nnd $20
lor anthracite. Not more than 320
acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the
rate ol ten cents per ton ot 2,000
pounds shall be collected on tbe
grown output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of tte Mlntotw al tbe InUrtai TIIK OMANMtOOK   HEHAI.I)
Sole Agents for the
H. S. Peters
"BROTHERHOOD OVERALLS
RESOLVED  ,'
THAT AS YOU U/EA R YOUR.
OVER. COAT ON TH E OOTSi DE
IT IS THE FIRST THING THAT
OTVtER PEOPLE 5EEWHEM YOU
MEET THEM. YOU CAHTAnoRli
TO TAKE CHANCES ON DODGlNC
PEOPi-E ftuST6R BRi
look at your. last winter's overcoat and -see if the cloth
about the -seam." in the back and around the cuff-s ij not badly
worn. if you tuck your -sleevej you will make them too
■short. if you lengthen them or leave them as they are, you
cannot get away from having people know that you cannot
afford a new overcoat. then ij there any rea-son why you
-should not buy a new one, especially when you can do so for
these priced
FANCY  CHEVIOT OVERCOAT FOR
FANCY  TWEED
FANCY CHEVIOT
BLACK BEAVER
$12.00
$16.00
$25.00
$26.00
OUR  MEN'-S OVERCOATS ARE STYLISH.  BEING ESPECIALLY MADE FOR
US BY   "CAMPBELL."
We Have Them All-Suits and Overcoats
You can't ask for a new style in Suits and Overcoats that we
can't show.
You can't name a winter fabric-or a lasliion shade—that we
can't produce.
You can't mention a mt in Men's Suits and Overcoats that we
can't supply-
Completeness is the climax of this showing of
•M_*2ii^
Every Suit and Overcoat we handle is made for service as well
as style.
We are building our business on quality. Durable cloths-
expert hand tailoring—insure garments that wear.
Our guarantee of " money's worth or money back," means much to clothing buyers.
And we are careful to see that all our Suits and Overcoats are as good as we say they
are.   Test them.
Look at Our Furnishing Window
Our Furnishing Department is complete with a fu||
line of
English Cambrics, Fancy Oxfords and
English Flannel Shirts
FANCY KNITTED VESTS in all colors and sizes.
NECKWEAR in all the newest creations, including
the "Irish Poplin."
If you don't see what you want in the window come
in and ask for it.   We have it.
Send Your Clothing
TO OUR TAILORIN0 DEPARTMENT FOR
Repairs, Cleaning, Pressing
and Alterations
	
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'I'lu- Beautiful Romantic
I'omt'ily.
rwE
ARE
KING"
Willi
Mr. David B. Gaily
And an K\co|itiun;il
(Join puny.
SAT'Y, OCT. 9th
AN
laanoitATi.
COSTUME AM.
SCENIC
EQUIPMENT
Prices $1,011, 7.".c, atki,
Seats mi Sali' at P
Store
... I>rn
CIGARETTES
1 have just
opened out
Seventy-five
Thousand
75,000
Cigarettes
S. J. MIGHTON
'.'.II!  '.'Ull.vI'lllNIST
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Win. Reynolds, assistant to Traln-
tnnster MuNalft, spent several ilays
in Spokane the past week.
I'oiitliietor DeVere Hunt anil
liratoemaii Allen Young were called
in Medicine Hat yesterday lo consult,
with Government lns|»eclot Clarke
regarding Mm accident nl Macleod
tint result**! in the dc.iih ol Engineer Murgatroyd and Fireman Perney.
Olio Wise and "Dick" Gains, C.
P. II. firemen, returned Sunday after
a pleasant visit at Detroit, Minn.
Grant Hall, of the mechanical department, with headquarters at Winnipeg, was iu Cranhrook Saturday inspecting the shops and mechanical department ot the district.
Mrs. 0. C. Ncilson and little
daughter arrived from Vancouver tliis
week to join Mr. Ncilson, assistant
oliii'f despatcher. Tliey will reside
in tlie company cottage recently occupied liy \V. T. Haynes.
General .Superintendent Jamieson
Is espirted In town this week lo confer with Superintendent Krickson ami
Resident Engineer Rossiter regarding
llie betterment of tho dislriel next
season.
H. N. Deckel t, ot    Winnipeg, has
accept el tho position of clerk in tlio
ollice of tlie bridge and huildiug department.
It. M. Reed, agent at Creston,
.went to Calgary tlie lllttli, whore ho
■will he engaged lor a lew days on
'committee work lor llie 0. It. T.
I II. Ha Hi ie, one of tin; call boys,
is upending a week's vacation at
Sinlnr.
I Mrs. I1. Dallas was visit iui; friends
at Elko several days tlie pnsl
week.
I Mrs. II. Riiliii'baud left. Monday fol
an extended visit at Winnipeg.
' Miss A. ll.iltlnett, sister of Drake-
man llol.h.ett, left the first, ol llie
week for Medicine Hut, where slie
was called by Die illness of relatives
"Mrs. W. A. Troop, wife of Iho C
P. R. teamster, Is spending a lew
days ut Sirdar this week.
pounds ordinary and $1.50 per hundred in 11)110 pound lots.
I Chas. Abbott, air brake Inspector
returned to Cranhrook Sunday after
a couple ol months visit at bis old
lioine in England.
I Engineer Wm. McKen/.ie and bride
arrived from Scotland last weok and
Mr. McKcuzic lias been kept busy
since acknowledging the congratulations of his many friends in Crnnbrook.
I Fireman Peter McKeu/.ie left. Tuesday for a visit at Saskatoon, Na.sk'.
I Miss Anthony, of Winnipeg, who
has been visiting with the family of
tier brother, Locomotive Foreman K.
Ant lion v, ret timed home Sunday
last.
I Jack Heed, machinist, .lack Dathie,
■ luijlci iurM , nml engineers .1. Finiie-
soy and Alt. Killins left lhe first of
the week on a limit iuu: and Halting
trip iu the vicinity of KlU'lioiicr.
I   it     is rumored   ihat     Komlmnstoi
K niell   is  an  expert  al   siunne,   deer.
Fm fm I her Information on tin- sub
jeol  apply at his ollice.
I   Wm. Milne, foreman for McDInrmld
&  Co., til     Winnipeg,  win. ate     eon
struotlng the addition to the round
bouse, had a hail accident on Tt.es-
day nhoul 11.40 am. The men were
engaged in laying tar paper on Iho
root and as Ihey unrolled Ihe paper
they covered one of the holes left, for
smoke stacks, with the paper. Mr.
Milne stepped on lhc paper and was
precipitated in the cement engine
pit, neatly .'1(1 feet below. The Injured man was at onee taken to St.
Eugene hospital and Dr. .1. II. King
summoned to his aid. An examination showed Unit no hones were
broken, hul one     Knee was dislocated
, and Mr. .Milne's head badly bruised
hut as far as could he aseerialned no
' serious results are anticipated and
ihe patlenl is resting as well as could
be expected under  the circumstances.
The D. and B. department are busily engaged getting the timber ready
fnr lhe construction of a new coal
chute at this point, the old one having outlived its usefulness.
Titos. Jones, manager for R. Smith
A- Co., boarding car contractors, has
transferred his headquarters from
Macleod to Crnnbrook, nnd in future
nil emergency supplies will be purchased at  this point.
R. S, Wright, traveling auditor for
lhe Crow, with headquarters at Nelson, was in town Tuesday ami Wednesday of this week.
J. F. nrnugbton, clerk to Superin-
lendeiit Erickson, is visitin;__c Fernie
today.
A sad accident noeurrril at t.eth
bridge Tuesday night, rcsnlling in tin
death of Brnkcmnn W. 1-:. Fraser. As
near as could be learned here Mr.
Fraser had been called to go out and
on arrival at the yards fnnnd bis
train on the main line with the
caboose attached ready in go. He
got ou the caboose and was Iltrhtiug
his signal lamps preparatory to
banging them   mil,   when an engine
c.ime down the track at a high rate
nf speed with a caboose in front of
it. Mr. Fraser heard thi1 engine
coming anil endeavored lo get out
but was CnUght between tlie two
cabooses and had an arm and both
Ieir.s cut otT and died shorllv afterwards. Tho deceased bad been
employed nn the Crow a little over a
vear. lie was a member of Crnn-
bniiib lodge of the R. ot R. T. aud
|id lhe Odd Fellows and Rolwknti
bulges nf New Glasgow, Nova
Scotia. Brakeman J. 0. McFadden,
of Crnnbrook, who came from New
Glasgow with the deceased lefl for
Lethbridge yesterday afternoon and
will aectunpany tbe remains to New
Glasgow, where thev will be interred.
Murphy & Fisher,
Parliamentary,     Departmental    ai-J
Patent Office Agent*.
Practice Before Kailway Corumlsstnn
Charles Murphy. Harold Fish?*.
METHODIST    CHURCH
Sunday, November 3rd.
Children's sen ice     at     11  o'clock,
bovs   and  girls    especially    welcome;
S lav School and    Bible class at H
o'clock; 'Men's Own" iu the "Gym"
at 3.30 o'clock. Subject for discussion: "Did God Create Evil'.'" All
men are invited to spend a profitable
hour in this way on Sunday afternoons. Orchestral musie. Subject
at the evening service at 7.30: "The
Gunpowder Plot." Tuesday prayer
service at 8 o'clock. Thursday services at Waitshurg and East Kootenay mills at 7.3(1.
WHEN BUYING NURSERY STOCK
Get the Best
NMBMMMMMMB
Grown ut
RIVERSIDE NURSERIES
(Iriiml Turks, 11. ('.
NO   FUMIGATION
Kur  iiifii.niii.il.n  apply to
their nnont,
WALTER V.JACKSON
Creston,  II. C,
SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OTTAWA.
Cnl'SCENT  l.lll.li. No, ilil
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday al 8 p. tn. al
New Kra.ern.ly Hall.
... It. Henderson, K. ol It. A S.
W. A. Itollins, 0. 0.
Visiting   brethren  cordially lavll.4
to attend.
1,0,0.1. Key Clly I „J,«
No. ia. Meets ...if
Monday iiir.iI a.
Nt'W Kijitcrii.ty Hull. Sojourn*
liilt (.i.ilti'l.ow. cordially Invited.
fli.is.  Smith, I''.  II.  McKay,
N. U. Sec'y.
iVQu. > tf».hr,„,k l,,l|r. N<» I.
■ -' '$»' " * 4. I'. * »■ M.
miWmW
*^//    ^        Ihf    Mill
Sr^jjP       '" «lr"
Rr.iilai iiin'ttii.. '•
_   rii.iu.i.
y  nii.ulh.
Visiting i,t.ih en welcomed.
I'Mu,,i.i Klwell, WM
W. V. Altrldgo, Sec'y.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at I
u.iu.
t'lins. Smllh, W.P.
M. 1). lulling.., Secretary.
Vlsltlug brethren cordially Invlled.
I.OYAI. OIIANUE LOUOK, NO. 1871
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ot L. .'. Hall Snd and
1th Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welconia
T. Buy ter, Jaa. _.. Lrr'.gau,
W. M.
fcTc'y.
W. F. OURO,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CKANBKOOK,BRITISH  COLUMBI.
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C, H, DUNBAR      %
2   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
| Public, Etc.
fi   Cranbrook,    -    -    il. C.   *
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DRS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OfJk-e al Residence, Armstrong A,a,
OKKIOE HOURS :
forenoons - - - - 9.00 lo 10.mi
Afternoons - - - 2.00 to   1.00
Evenings - - - - 7.30 to   8.30
Sundays - - - - 2.30 to   1.30
ORANBROOK :i    ::    ■:    i:    B. 0,
OH. F. E.KINO
DENTIST
OFFICIO   HOURS:
!. to 12 a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Olllco nml residence on Armstrong ava
L'RANIIHOOK       -       -      -    11..!.
OR. F. B. MILKS
DENTIST
' OFFICE!    HOURS:
» to 12 a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 lu   8 p.m.
iinii,. in new IC,I.l 111,.ft
CRANBROOK        -      -      - 11. 0,
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; CUMMINtiS & CUMMINQS ',
i CIVIL   KNU.NE.iKS AND  DOMINION i
AND H. C. LAND SUKVIiVIIKS
!• n. II..
I.l No. M:l
Cranbrook, H.C.
H. Y,   PARKER
Civil    Engiuci-i
Railway and Mining
Engineering a Specially
IM e   171
r. a Mux ii
V. W. Sheldon, formerly agent for
tbe  Great    Northern    at   It oxford,
1 '<£ Mont., has lieen relieving Agent Will-
| |j son during the   hitter's absence    at
Calgary.
JOE MAKAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Krp.iir iim a Specialty
Aiki'ii. lllix'k, Ciniiliriiiik
1).
.1. Johnson,    who lias several
large contracts on the Crow, made a ' _
trip east last week, getting Hie work |
startwl at the illrlcrent points.
MISS GREEN
The Express company has   granted ' (Gro.li.nto Toroi.toOoiwpm.tory ol
iixprossrate   on |     Music.   Toucher'.. Diploma)
LESSONS IN  liAN'D ASM THEORY
Telephone 103
a .decrease in the
Iruit. trnm Spokane to Cranbrook,
to take ctlocl. November filli. The
new rate  will be    $1.75 pM bundled
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FIRE    PROOF    SAFES | »
Now uii'l Hccoml h I.   i'iiiiiI'
ilhtn or Aiih-iii'iiu maki'H iilwuyi
.011.:...,I
lli'l.'i,'liii'» in I'lillil.i,.,.k : link
Mi'ii'iiiiiiln i'i,., V. 11..... linker,
W,     II.  Wil.„o   ami  liulil'.   I.iv
1: In Store.   Aililra-m:
P.   H.   JOHNSON
I'. (I Hox Iim      Ualgnry, Alia,
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DON'T READ THIS
Tbe French Dry Cleaning process
enables us lo clean mens pants, suits
and neckties, ladles suits and skirts
In such a way that lliey positively
look as nood as new.
We aro experienced dyers ami cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
send anything down east pr up west.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
"FPIUK J.   LEASK, Tailor

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