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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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illANIIUOOIC,   HRITISH  COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY.  DI"''I'MIIKit   Jl!.   I9U7
NUMIIEH   10
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That is what our trade has been this
season. Quality, variety and prices
did the business, and we appreciate
tl.e appreciation uf uur patrons and
wish you all     J*       **       **      >
A Happy New Year
IMPORTANT MEETING
THE liu.\IU> UK TUADB DISCUSS
ii.Wti.-_K LIMITS   AM) hl.tXT
lH'.LfcXiATfc.S
There was ;i meeting ol the Board
ol Trade last t'nuay evening ii
Mightoa b li.tii tu consider wliut re
solutions were tu he pIated before
the Associated Hoards at Moyie on
January ZOttt, and also to elect delegates iu tbo convention ol Associated Boards <*i Trade ol Britisli t oiuro*
bin. .M. A. Beale was in the chair,
and K. IClwell. in tbe absence ul C.
11 Dunbar, acted as secretary.
. The minutes of the previous meeting were adopted.
The question ot tbe extension u.
timbei licenses ..t the expiration of
the M years term was discussed. It
! was   shown i>>  Mr.   Buchanan,    ol
| Kaslo
I ami a'
A FRIEND IN NEED!
AFIRE
INSURANCE
POLICY    .
For Rates, see
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real Estate
Insurance
$500 Cash
Will Buy
7-Roomed Residence
Situate on Baker Hill.   All modern
Improvement •>.
You pay rent.   Why don't you own your home?
Now is your opportunity.
For I'nrtii-iiliirs. npply
BEALE & ELWELL
RKAli KSTATK WiKNTS ORANBROOK, B.C.
wh.. happened to he in   tuwn
ended the meeting, that   there
'ale It uiu    TO   lu   llll  billion  leet     ul
. timber held undei license in British
Columbia. Should there he no t*i-
tension lu ihe Jl years, then there
would he enforced logging which
would glut the market ami Im- very
h.n.l on the lumbermen. On the
other band, il the licenses wen- nude
. perpetual then speculators, a great
many of thorn in the United States,
. until,i hold the licenses and then sell
! to the practical lumberman ami take
tbo profit to a foreign country
j Still some remedy must be found
dllko agreeable lo the lumbermen, tbe
j people in general ami the govern'
1 m_-.it. Archie Leltch thought that
i the government luui made a pretty
good deal after all. At the end o!
Ihe 21 years tbey would have collected' in licenses hetween five and
six thousand dollars per .square mile.
In the matter of a raise in stump-
nce, he thought ihe government
sliould say what thev intend to do
ami would'suggest that the rate be
50c. per 1000 for the lirsl live years,
7"if. for the second five years and
so on, so that a man starting into
lumber bus ness might know where ho
stood. Another thing Mr. Leltch
objected to was the fact that west ot
the Cascade mountains the license
was $1111 per square mile, which
meant at least 50,000 feet ot timber
to lhe acre or :t2,.100,0(10 feet to the
square mile, whilst east of the Cascades the fee was $115 and only 10,-
000 feet to the acre, or in other
words n,.i00,(inii feet to the square
mile.
'    D. H, Yates    agreed with a    good
deal of   whnt Mr. Lcitch had     said,
hut thought that the great drawback
to lhe liitnheri^ industry was     the
fact lhat the limber was held    under
license at all, and that the Ontario
system of selling timber limits to tbe
highest   bidder was preferable.
j    I*. I.und said It was a very     large
question     and should be looked     at
from many sides.     He pointed     out
that a great deal of lhe agricultural
land of the country was blanketed by
timber licenses.    ' This land     would
j be    wanted for settlers   and perhaps
some     arrangement could be     made
■for   them   to be cut off     first.     He
I suggested a ground rent in place of a
i license fee .uul said that out of   the
13-000     licenses held, only 8000    or
j uOiiu were worth paring the fee    on
land     that S000 or 1000 were worth
I less.
The matter was further discussed
j hy those present and the following
resolution wns carried:
| Moved bv E, Klwell ami seconded
thy V, A. Rollins, that the unfairness
| iu the proportion of tbe license fee
cast of the Cascade as compared with
! west of the Cascade.-" be brought to
| ibe attention nf the government and
i lhat the \ssoclnted Boards of
I Trade, io convention assembled at
Moyie, B. C, he asked to take the
i nee'essarv action.
I The delegates io the convention
jweiv elected US foll-Ws Moved hv
j R Iv Reatlie, seconded bv B. H.
| Short that 1 P. Fink and .1. A.
iH.mvv he the dnlegates, witb M. A.
Macdonald ami .1. 0   McCallum     as
•It emote
Carried.
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J. EDGAR DAVIS ii
I.KI.'I.
ANI»
I'KMKNT
WORK
CRAMIROOk
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CLINB'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarter! In the Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is modernly equipped
to do lust the best work in all
branches ol the tomorial art.
THE F.MlMI-'.ll'S INSTITUTE
Jniimirr Ilir Sth bus Iiih'h fixed liv
tlm lii-pu'ii Minister iil .griciilluro
ns _i.t- iluli'. lor holding Hit' mooting
lur Iho iirr-aiiiznti"i> "I .tin' Cran-
hrook-Foiulo Par-morn1 Institute. All
Him un- interested ii> agriculture,
horticulture .fruil growing, etc:,
should make il n point In ntliinl, n»
nt this meeting the officers Inr tlio
war will ho appointed. Tlio mooting'
will ho holil nl 8 p.m. in .lie govern-1
liioiil ollices, mul tlio soorotury pro
loin will ho in altonilniioo un litmr hc-j
fine the time fit tho moot-inn to re*
icivo siilisoriii.iniis Irom Intending
momliors. Only momliors who luivo
piti<l n vi-nrlv subscription ol 50c. nro
entitled' to vote lor Iho election nf
olfieors.
I'ATMOItE llltos   PBAISED
I'iitiuiiro l.l'us. who put in the
healing apparatus nt Lite now Cranlirook hotel, recnlvcil tho following
iiiisolii-itoil tosliiiiu-ial from V. Hyde
l.iikor, ihe owner ,.f tlio building: '
Cranlirook. It. C, Doc. .1, lilu;
Messrs. Putliiure l.rns, City:—-
Dear Sirs: Willi regard to the
work iluno hv ynur Cum in in-
instulling tho bottling apparatus
in tho Cranlirook hotel, I luivo
much pleasure in staling that it
has given livery satisfaction, in
fuel Iho wnrk is (.noil all through.
This lot tor is absolutely unsolicited hy you. ami vnu may
iniike any use ol It vou like.
Yours Truly,
(Signed) V. Hyde Baker.
ARBITRATION COMMITTEE REPORT
The arbitration committee, which
has heen setting iu Nelson to consider lhe differences hetwivn the mine
owners ami the workers at the St.
Kugene mine, Movie, bas handed down
ils report, which meets with tbe approval of all parties concerned. l,ack
uf space this week prevents further
notice.
ALL NAMES ON THE LIST WILL
REMAIN
i    revision met tonight
ill names on the municipal vot-
st wccq retained under the ud-
>f .luilge Wilson.
NO MORE TIMBER STAKING
Victoria, Dec. i\.—Tho provincial
government has passed an order-in*
council withdrawing ail timber lands
from purchase pre-emption.
This order suspends all trallic so
far as the taking up of timber is
concerned, pending the lurtber decision of the government in the mailer. Ni. timber lands ean be secured
hv staking alter and including today.
Up lo tbe present time about «,-
rmiumii acres of timber have been
slaked in the province.
The return from this source alone
lasl year was something like $275,*
000, ' a great stimulus having been
given to tbe timber interests by the
prospective opening up of tho eoun-
Iry hv the (Srand Trunk Pacific rail-
wav.
BURNT OCT
Charlie Parker on returning to his
ranch at Cherry creek last Friday
evening from Cranhrook, found his
wife and child taking shelter In the
barn, bis house having been burned tn
the ground during his absence. Mr.
and Mrs. Parker's many friends in
Craubrook and the district will bo
very sorry to hear of their misfortune. Charlie Parker is an old-time
westerner and there is.no question
hut that bis bome; wilt arise again
from its ashes like the Phoenix
A M0 WRECK
The Lethbridge Daily Herald gives
tht- lollowing account of the wreck at
Brocket Siding ou the --ml inst:
Word uf a bad wreck on the C. I
It. was received at 1-x.lhlindge about
half-past six yesterday morning und
in forty-five minutes the wrecking
crew and outfit were r»--ady to leave
for the scene of the disaster. Loco-
motive Penny fattier, being in Calgary, head machinist McDonald went
in charge of tbe crew.
From conversation with the men
who were there, tbe Herald learned
that the operator at Brocket, the
third station west of Macleod, had
orders to bold No. 1448, the extra
west Spokane freight, at that point
tn let Nu. 1480, the regulai Crows
Nest freight, pass. He railed tu give
the. order and just as No 1448 was
leaving Brocket at 5.80 o'clock, the
other tram nashed into it, half a
mib- west of the station.
F. Ormsby, a brakeituu on the,
euhl I...und freight, was killed outright.
Christian Von Wold, the fireman on
the west bound, was Injured -about
the held, the tip of his nose being
cut off ami other injuries received,
George McKinnon, tbe llromnn    on
tin1 other locomotive, received serious
ies   to both legs a ltd was other*
wise injured.
Bold are in the Macleod hospital.
Neither is in.ured fatally and there
is every hope of saving McKiunon's
feet.
Kntfim-er A lien.let ami Conductor
Choquptte of No. U48, were had I v
shaken up but not seriously injuted.
Tlie locomotives were jammed together so that it has lieen impossible
for tbe wrecking crew to separate
Ihem. Both were put on the track
however. No. 1130 was one of the
finest locomotives on the mud, being
of a new tvpe just adopted hv the C.
P. K. Two box curs, one containing sel tier's effects, including a very
fine horse that was killed, and one iif
general freight, were completely demolished. A swarm of Indians Were
soon on the scene and helped them
selves witb a Cbrlstmas sprit to the
abundant supply of tobacco and
gurs that was littered about the
wreck. It will take several days to
clear awav the wreckage completely-
Tbe regular Crows Nest passenger
train (No. 5) and the Spokane Flyer
(No. 7) wero held nt Brocket qntil
half-past four in the afternoon, when
the wreck was sufficiently cleared to
hIIow them to pass. On board the
Flyer wore the members of tbe St.
l.onis football team, Inelmling several medical students, who rendered
valuable service in caring for the injured.
Ormsby and all of the inhirod men
run out id Lethbridge. Allender is a
married man and lives in the citv.
Immediately after he let tbe train
nass the operator at Brocket disan-
neared and as yet his whereabout-;
*re absolutely unknown to the railway eompany. .   .
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITV B>
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
Word comes Irom Spokane that
Oliver Burge ban been taken to his
old homo in Kalispel, Montana. (Ill
hope ul Mr. Burgos recovery has
l-ooii (riven up. This will he sad
news to Mr. Surge's manv friends in
this community. Very lew men
stood higher in the estimation «l
those whn know hint tiuin Oliver
Ilurge.
Hugh Stewart, the Iruit and con-
tcctionery man, has n calendar which
he is presenting to his customers.
It is a very artistic one and is entitled "A Labor ot Love."
F. S. Hussey, superintendent ol
provincial police, ol Victoria, was in
town on Tuesday conferring with F.
it. Morris, the' local provincial officer. Mr. Hussey aud tlie province
re lucky iu having sucli an excellent
peace officer in this district as Mr.
norris, who is not only a splendid officer but also one uf the most popular men in tho whole district.
The trainmen's annual ball given bv
Iho It. nf It. T., will take place at
the new opera Imilse next Tuesday
nighl (New Year's Eve). This is
one of tho features ol llie season always. This year the hoys are going to make it better than ever.
MoIIonrv's orchestra will supply the
music and Illy, the caterer, will supply the refreshments.
Louis Theobald, belter knuwn as
"Coxie," spent Christmas week
visiting with his many friends in
Cranbrook.
Pat Koran, nf Lethbridge, was a
Cranbrook visitor on Tiesduy. Mr.
Ilornn is now running between Loth-
bridge and tho Hat.
Hoss Carr Is over from the
Boundary country spending Christmas witii Cranbrook Iriends.
Ualph Hamilton, nl the Calgary
Ciitllo eompany, is spending the holidays in Spokane.
V. .'. Malpas, late manager o.
.lie brunch nt the Canadian Bank ol
Commerce here, is now manager ol
iho same bank u. Portland, Oregon.
Mrs. Malpas and the children will
.min Mr. Mulpus Boon alter tin* lirst
of the year.
W. A. M. Kay. nl Cnlgary, spent a
low days in lown this week.
Misses Vera and Florence Krickson,
who have been attending school at
Vancouver, returned Sunday evening
to spend the holidays at home.
T. T. McVittie, ol Fort Steele,
ami Mrs. McVittie, wore in Cranbrook on Monday.
W. Eassie, II. Eassie and Miss Eas-
slo were In Cranbrook on Monday
Irom Fort Steele.
Mrs. Frank MeMuhnn, of Los
Angeles, was a ('ranbrook visitor on
Momlay. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McMahon are well known in the district,
having been residents nl Moyie lor it
number nt years.
McCallum & Co., the hardware
dealers, have a unique Christmas
window. There is a log cabin with
a snow-covered roof, a miniature lur- will appear next Issue.
Phone 57 Hud Office, Calgary AKi.
Creamery Butter
Special Inr Saturday  only.   First-clusu Creamery Butter,
Three Pounds for One Dollar Cash
,   (If courte, wo will also have all kinds of Poultry and Special
Meals for Christinas
[    Wc wish all our patrons aud friends S UCITg IBetCg XIMS.
I The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd.
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W. F. TATE, The Jeweler
Deairns to thank the people for their patronage
tlie post year ami wishes .hem
The Compliments   of the
Season
Official Wati-n Inspector
W.   F.   TATE
•THK    JEWELER."
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Miufer
The place where a jj
man will return after }:
stopping once.
Minium tuuiim++.
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mmmitnttitH
S.J.MIGHTON
(The Man who
sells everything
in the way of
Tobacco and
* Pipes) wishes all
A Happy New Year
S. J. MIGHT0N
TOBACCONIST
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY
KxtPinl their most conllal thank* tn
all ilium* .>. In,lu  mt kill.lly <•■■:.t Uttist'
mae «ift«- which wen- recdred »iti.
imn'li nnilim.lf mul liiithly np|.r*-
iHatetl.
SISTeRS OP ST F.lttENE HOSPITAL
Cranbrook, K. V.
JOE MARAP0DI
SHOE SHOP
Kepairinu a Specialty
Aikeiis Mock. Cranlirook
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"STEWART'S" i
Tlie lanulin-i Kn|!l Htura
CHOICE TABU HITTER
I  lif   liiirk-
14 Ih. Hox,-.
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STCWAIITS KINK ctrocokATBa
HUGH STEWART
I'lioue 7ft Aiun-tmiig Ave.
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FOR SALE     ii
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;; One Team Pure-Bred dray ',',
Percheron Mares'
Weight 13UO anil 1380. ' Well
broken, senile; work together or
single,—Apply
,1. H. - EDMOND&OK.
Procter. B. C.
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NEW OPERA HOUSE
ffstaXb&e srs^LSrassi y	
the cross-out Saw is halt through a
log. At night the eabin is lighted
up and the effect is splendid, '-.lack"
McCallum nunlo the whole thing, and
shows In- his work that he is an artist.
Maurice yuain visited the I'av Roll
mine on Friday.
Kred .Small, son ol William Small,
i.s spending the holidays with his
parents hero. Krcd is located at
llnchcr Creek.
O, O. Buchanan visited Cranbrook
on Friday.
Born—On Friday, to Mr. and Mrs
II. If Beattie, a daughter.
M. F. L.     Parker, ol   Wardner,
spent last week in Cranbruok.
..aiuos Stewart, who has been here
, chiel tie inspector toi tbe C. I*
It. lor some years, came into Cran
brook on Friday from Vancouver and
lilt (or Winnipeg on Saturday.
Boss Tate, o. Lethbridge, a bov
who grew to in_i.li.....I ni Cranbrook.
Is elected the nrs-t president ol the
Nest uf i.wls iust instituted in Leth*
limine.
W. It. Williams, ol I'hoenix, was in
Cranbrook on FrWay shaking hands
wilh his numerous Iriends.
Dr. Green, accompanied hv Mrs.
Qreen und Miss Qreen, lelt tot cuast
poin.s on Friday last uud spent
Christinas in  Victoria.
Mr. Anderson, principal ol tho
public schools, Miss Purdy, Miss
Caldwell ami Miss Anderson, teachers, left on Friday to spend Christmas at tbe coast.
T. Q. Ptoctor, ol Nelson, passed
through Cranbrook en route tor Fernie on Friday.
W. S. Forsyth, of Kimberley, spent
Saturday in Cranbrook.
ll. McFarlano, ol the North Star
■iiiiii', was lu Cranbrook on Saturday.
W. Thorpe, ol Parker A Thorpe, of
Wardner, was in town this week.
Itobcrt Little, was in town Irom
Fort Steele on Saturday.
Mrs. A. II, Fenwlck and Mrs. Bin*
inure, ol Fort .Steele, visited in Cranhrook on Saturday.
The trial ol (leorgo Ragsdalo, who
is charged with causing the death ol
"Dusty'' Dean, has been postponed
from Hie Hlh ol December to the
'.l.lli ol January. The trial will
take place in .Spokane.
Boale & Klwell arc busy sending
out calendars. They have them in
all sizes and shapes, advertising the
numerous insurance companies they
represent.
Tlio Norwich Union Fire Assurance
society, through V. Hyde Baker,
their local agent, is distributing the
usual handsome desk calendar.
The Cranbrook brass band has
much improved under the leadership
ol ils new instructor, Mr. Austin,
and purposes giving a band concert
in the new opera bouse in tbe very
near future.
A happy New Year.
A. L. McDermot gave his usual
ulleruoon tea party on the allornoon
of Christmas Kvo to the members ol
tho Herald stall. The particular
brand ol tea that Mr. McDermot
serves on these occasions comes Irom
the south ol franco, and is made by
a .nan whose name is world-lamed.
"Miimni's" the word.
Frank Clapp, ol Spokane, spent
Christmas with his brother Lester,
in Cranbrook.
The Herald stall appreciates to the
fullest extent the present sent them
by William Bush, "Old Kuskanou.
The many Tine points bave been
duly admired, and it has been placed
in the Herald museum. The letter
ol counsel and advice accompanying it
has been placet! in the archives ol this
institution.
The science ol "steam" and ''hot
water" heating is to get just the
amount ol heat required, at all
times, out ol the system., II not
enough it will be a constant source
ol dissatislaction. On the other
hand, II too much, it is a waste ol
fuel. These tine points arc our
"strung points," as our reputation
goes to show. Wc also handle the
highest grade hot air lurnaces on
the market today, without any exception. Come in and see us or let
us hear Irom vou—Patmore Bros.
The Bapt'st church Sunday school
held their annual Christmas tree last
Monday evening, the 33rd inst. The
great attraction was the "Babv
Tree," which was loaded witb gilt's
lor the primary class, and all under.
The larger tree was also well loaded
tor the larger boys and girls. Even
some ol the grown up bilks welcomed
a Christmas stocking ot candies and
nuts. Tho lirst part of tlie evening
was tuken up with recitations, songs
nnil a dialogue entitled "From Prince
Edward Island to British Columbia."
Santa Claus came along about 9
o'clock and lhc ringing ol the sleigh
bolls were hoard hy the children with
cleat delight. Santa gave a thrilling account of his experiences from
the North Pole to Cranbrook via
Greenwood. Santa then began his
kini.lv work ol unloading Iho trees,
gladdening the hearts ol young ami
old. To the superintendent's wile
ho gave a box ol -afternoon tea
spoons, and to the pastor and his
wile a bealltillll silver tea set in case,
winch came as a great surprise.
The pastor spoke a few words of
uppri'ciation in reply. Much credit
Is due .he .eachof of the primary
class for her excellent work in get-
ling the gilts and stockings roadv,
nnd also in decorating the "Babv
Tree."
At the home of Mr. ami Mis.
Joseph Woodman. Cranbrnok. on
Christmas evening, Miss Harrison
was married to Mr. William Ramsay,
a popular Jeweler ot Milestone,
Sask., bv tbe Rev. W. G. Taylor.
Tbo newly wedded couple lelt with
the H.40 train lor their homo in
Milestone, Sask., with the good
wishes ot their many Iriends.
The band bovs havo secured
"Boh" Smith, the "messenger ol
mirth," lor an entertainment on the
14th ol next month.
The Wardner items arrived too late
lor   publication   this   week.    They
One Night Only
Saturday, Dec 28
Mr. C. P. Walker presents
THE 0REAT
McEWEN
AND HIS COMPANY
Tlie World'! Greateat Magician
and Hypnotist, in an entirely
New Programme
High-Class Vaudeville
No Waits between the Acts
>[*.-ial Scenery ami Electrical
Effect*
Moving Pictures
Featuring
BUFFALO HILL'S WILD WEST
SHOW
Popular Pri.:en 7.r»c., I0c.,26c.
Seat! now- i-elling ai beattie A.
.\ti_liiMtn'*
MACDONALD <t LAINi'S
Pool Room and
Cigar Store
Cigars. Tobaccos, Cigarettes, Pipes and
Confectioneries
Barber Shop and Baths in
Connection
Cranbrook
Livery **
GEARYft DOYLE
Proprietors
Taenia end drivers t.r*t***i fu ne
point ll the district,
A. DOVIB, Manager
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For Your Winter Supply ol
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All orders will receive prompt
and immediate attention
telephone 102
P. 0. Box 7H6
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Try a   Case ol
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  Dozen   Pints   $2.50
K.-ual  In (iiiiiiiuW.    Tlio finest  licvorttgu on  tlw  market
for family 11 ml tabic uso,    Impartti vigor uml
ImmiUIi, nml tones up tlie body tfeiwrully
JAMES KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook,  It. ('
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!i A. C.   Bowness
The Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Wishes all his patrons and others
The Compliments of the
Season
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BEDS Springs
Mattresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Mats      Linoleums
Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLO ON CREDIT
jj CranbrookCo-OperativeStores, Ltd.
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TF you overlooked any of your friends yesterday,
m and wish lo make good at New Y*»rs, we can
still help you out.
Have a limited supply of Carving  Sets in
Cases, also Clocks, slill in Stock.
Happy   New   Year to  All
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE
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CH...VBBOOK, H. C
ka.11bli.1e Reveries
BY A .HtKAMI.H.
'TIIE I'.liWIK IIIIIKK  III SII.''
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Manitoba Hotel
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A 1IAIM-V NEW VEAR
Tin- I ..id wish fulfills.itself,
you bave a liappy year
Win. wish it tor all others
in kimlliness sincere.
St. luce the future bravely,
lii'liuvint* in its best)
And look witli eyes of faith and ho|io
Poi li.i|»piiitss and rest.
K.mI. ymi is mil of gladness
Fur lhose with hands to tuke
Tlu- i\ii'i, ns one of blesslne,
An.l use  us foi God's sake,
**■ P     *    'li''       It .41-11.
H en 1 lmi in- happy,
Sinee warmth nnd joy shall he
Where tin' home-light burns brightly,
Vii.l I.or is real ami Iron
Foi  when Uio bunt I hikes c ne.
Viui imini is Joined lo prayei.
Then life Itsoll is beautiful, '
\titl evmj dny is fair,
m:u v KAlt i:k\ i:iui:s
Tin-   dnys,    weeks ami   years slip
awn) iikf \\.i 1 er in ,1 running si ton m.
TIlUO'M   grcill   rl.nk   lieVl't   I>>Sl*s   a  lll.t
in.-in lii-li'iitUs'.lv, snivly tlie nm
Hunts |i,iss, .mil .tm uuger hands are
not .ilih- lo de I a in I he 111. We umutot
keep li.nl. ilo- living yenrs, but     we
.m.i si hi' kt-e-i    lbe blessings
Ihej bring. II<>M lasi to the loans lbe) Inivi- taught. Keep the
ineinui) ..f iheir joys. Kmhh nven
da) nl lift- with the garnered wealth
uf (he days behind. The yours pass,
but tliet leave their treasure with ns,
if ..ui hands ami In-art are open to
leieivi- thotii, sn as with 0110 hand we
shake fnrewcll to 11107, let us streiclt
oul tin* other bund to warmly greet
ami welcome lfl0«.
Way t'Vi-ry day be a royal possession
To    high-horn   purpose ami steadfast aim,
Uul every hour in its swift progression
Ifake life   inure worthy lhan when
il came.
Ki-iu'Wed feelings of ambition     are
syi ymous   with the opening-of the
New Vear. More resolutions are
made lhan nt any other time, and as
often an* lliey alas! broken. Hut
uiih some uf the resolutions made
with the dawn of n new year have
been rallied through to its close.
Numerous lives of honor ami achlovc-
uienl enn be traced to some determination of purpose mnde upon an
occasion siit-li as Ihe first, day of tbe
year 11 (Turds for n fresh start in the
iotirnc) of life. We all desire success; iln- problem df life is its win-
lilhg. Kvery person carries in his
or her own hand tlie key that unlocks ell her the door of success or
failure. The true key of success is
labor, and it requires a strong, resold.u will to turn it. It is hard
earliest work, step by step, thnt insures success, and never was 'this
truth nmre potent than at the present time. Positions of trust ami
eminence are no longer secured at a
single leap. Man and woman have
ceased to succeed in a hurry. . The
secret of many successful careers is
the thorough |iprformnnre iti whnt-
ever lias been undertaken.
At ihe beginning of a gla-il New
Ve.u it i.s well to remember that
some of the best things in life cau be
.stored up only by the generosity
which gives, asking fur nothing
.__, in. Such are warm affections,
kind feelings, henevdlcnt dispositions, l:.very service, willingly reii
dered, every help gladly given, every
efforl to encourage the dishearteue.i
... leach the Ignorant', to lift, the
(alien, noi only perform their Intended work but even more surely react
upon the doer; Ihey may ur may not
bring him the love, respect and gratitude of those he befriends, but
tbey will infallibly bring brightness
.md sweetness into bis own heart, increasing bis desire and strengthening
bis power to do good, and storing up
within him those dispositions whieh
cannot fail to bless him while enabling him lo bless others.
We   would,   have   power in 1111*8   to
brighten
Knch lot less blessed and fair than
ours;
The     woe to   heal ami   the load to
lighten,
The    waste soul •"• garden   lo plant
witb flowers.
In theory, the exchange of New
Year calls uml Christmas gifts is u
beautiful custom. The holidays is a
time when kindly feelings and universal good-will prompt a general
manifestation of regard in the exchange of calls and presents. It is
the friendship expressed in the act
that Is valued. The cause and not
the effect occasions the pleasure. All
look forward to the happy holiday
limes when each Is gladdened, and, in
turn, makes others clad hy tokens of
honest regard nnd friendly feeling,
Tbe world fairly beams with good
cheer.
New hope for the souls long clouded
over
With   possible  sorrows and actual
pain;
New ioys tor    eomrudee, and friend
and lover
Tbe    vear is   bringing    them   all
again.
lu starting out upon the journey
of a new year nn excellent maxim is
thai which counsels us never to.put
air bands to anything Into which
ve cannot throw our whole energies
harnessed with the very best of our
endeavors. Perseverance Is essential
to success, since It Is often achieved
only through a succession of failures.
in spile of our best efforts, failures
are in store for Ihe majority of the
race. It remains, then, for us all to
do the besl we can under all circumstances, bearing in mind thnt races
nre mil alwavs won bv the swiftest
feel nor triumph in battle secured by
lhc strongest arms, tt is not so
much the possession of swiftness or
strength as it Is the right application of them by which success is insured.
:    In      il«-     Hoiiuie    Iii in      Uu-.li,"
f which comes tu the now opera house
! on Jatiuur)   lib, WO an* lo be tttter-
, i.lined   wilh   a charming    play    iu
which Scotch hie is portrayed-With u
[ simplicity      ot    iii-utuiciil,    together
with   a   delightful    cuiitbin.it ion    of
ilram.iiic intensity   and     rich humor
such as is ral'clj  found in lbe latter
day   performances.       Ian   Mael.aren's
tales ol Scotia folk have proven   one
uf the musl successful ami interesting
book dramatisations nuw being   used
for stage purposes.
As the name indicates 'Vriio Bonnie
Hrier Hush" is .. Scotch rural play,
telling ol bow tho son of an Karl
Lord Donald Hay wins lhe heart   <>!
ll I.l   shepherd's    daughter, Flora
I'aiupliell I weds lu-r iu the Scotch
fash  before     being taken awav bv
bis rather. I.ncblan Campbell, the
shepherd, finds 1b.1t bis daughter is
writing 1<> Lord Donald Mav and not
lielii-Miii'  in ih.- marrlngo story,     he
easts lin  1  the house with hitter
reproaches, aftei ivaids erasing ber
name n.m.i lhc fnmilv bible. Hut his
..Id li.'.ni is siii.lt troubled and he is
011 Ua- verge of breaking down wilh
wretched!)est nml tho reproaches ot
his friends when (lie daughter re
Huns. 11 j. well as I.nt.I Donald to
claim lus wm- The legality ot the
Scold, m.uiiaie is established bv
Archibald HeKillrlek, known as
"Posh." tbe mail carrier, who has
witnessed the wedding From behind n
convenient linyslnck, The piny will
be given lien- wilh llm same sumptuous scenic equipment and an excel
lent acting company; including
among its members such artists as .'
Palmer CotUiis. »•■■. »•.« \Tr, Stoil-
-laii's personal choice as his successor in the rule of l.acblan.Campbell.
Ward K. Ilenssetler, late leading man
for Lewis Morrison, and one uf the
best known actors in Hit* profession,
s winning fresh laurels in the part
of "Pustv." \iieliiid.' Matthews,
late      lendinu    woman    in  "Arizona"
nlitys "Kate." Marion Macdonald, n
charming and accomplished young
nctress will appear as '.'Fl'ura."
Robert Ireland, who w'll he remembered as pipe major with the 48th
nfffhlftiiders of Toronto; Walter Scott
Weeks, late of "Prince (,f T'ilseu"
conipanv; Daniel .Inrrett, ir., late of
the    K.   H.   Rothem nnd    Proctor
Stock 1 ipanies;   \nn Cuird, is still
etvlnc her inimitable performance nf
' Marir-ct;" Wm fi tlnsey, Frederick
HcM-hcrt. Kfhel TTnrhoro, Elizabeth
Dennett, and mnnv others who have
been nromincnt for vears in tbe best
New   Vnrk easts.
DKATfl     OF    A     WELL   KNOWN
UOSSLANDER
William .1. Nelson, city solicitor
and police magistrate of tlie citv of
Rossland, was (.mud dead in his bed
on Friday morning last with everv in-
dicaiion that death came without a
si niggle. For lbe last six months,
the l«lc .Judge Nelson has lieen iu
poor health. The deceased was
forty-seven years of age, a native of
Ontario, and has been a resident of
Rossland for ahoul eleven veal's, uud
perhaps bad as many friends as anv
man in lhe Koolcnav.-;.
in-: was no rnuBBBR
Kamloops, It. C, bee. 18.—Captain D L. Keller, alias D. L. Smith,
I tilled   Stale-, army officer of Reno,
Nevada, was arrested here hist night
by Chlel of Police Mefiill charged
wiib having stolon a hank cheque
from Uie l, s, quartermaster's office at Fori Sheridan, Illinois, and
Afterwards having tilled it in for
$92,501). The prisoner Intends tight-
ox tradition.
.1. w. itrT~-Ei"ui"
VETFRINAtV SlIRUt-ON
tint.luate of Ontario Veteriuuiv
College, Toronto, In .mis.
1 .militate iuu! Medallist of
MvKlllip's Veteifuarv College,
Chicago, in woo.
Nine year.' experience in
Veterinary practice in .Manitoba.
..like al Cnstrsek Held.
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;;Handley Livery and;:
Feed Stables
T.IH BEST IS NONE TlHl
uu u> Ful: cms tun 11 iK
\VK ENDEAVOR TOF11I1NI31I
TIIE BEST
<'   Rigs, Killing Horses  and   ' >
Hack Horses lor any
part ol the
District
Wl.  HANI'  I'll SATISFY   VOU
BAXTER  & LANOIN
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Cranlm** B.U i'ii».n« Nn n»
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
New Opera   House, Cranbrook
ONE  NIGHT   ONLY
Saturday, Jan. 4,1908
('. P. Walker presents  Ian  MacLaren's Beautiful
Scottish Idyll
The Bonnie
Brier Bush
Original Kirke La Shelle Production
20      NOTABLE CAST OF      20
The Play That Wins All Hearts
SPECIAL FEATURE :
Miss    Maggie   McCann
The Queen of Scottish Song
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tVANTKI)—.-. furnished bedroom
witb electric light in private house
Appl)  V V. '/... oiiio .lie Herald.    •
WANTED—Ope secnd-hand sawmill in nui.ii condition; capacity 10,-
.iiiii or l_,iintl leet per day, witb planer nml groover. Address, Crown
Coul ,\ Coke Co., Crows Nest, B.
C 38-31
iim work in our silvertiiieuieut, but w,
pill thin nil in the Herald to
emphasise it.
CKANBROOK, B. C.
Near Lower 4ruistrong Avenue
TELEPHONE IN
Now Mallliurllli-lll
improved in Every Way
Kefitt.'il
TIMOTHY
AND PRAIRIE
HAY
-ALSO-
OATS
IN CARLOAD LOTS
KOR SALE BY
HEHBLINO & RUBY
Illl.SHIKY,  AI.BERTA.
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J-IADAME LALONDE
High-Clasi Dressmaking
Ttiilnr-inadeCostumes, Faiu-y
Wiiistp.   Anything in
Clilldren1. Worn.
i'. I'. It. HOUSE (Upl.nlrt)
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After all, there is
nothing smokes
like a
Meerschaum
Pipe
We have them in
all sizes and
shapes
Make your selec*
tions now
S. J. MIGHT0N
The youth who starts out in   tile
with an earnest determination to be
honest,     upright,    faithful    to    all
trusts,     punctual,    attentive,     and
inlinvo all. Cnd-fenting, has a promise
j nf abundant success,    Though he be
j without money, or    tyealthy Iriends,
j lie will be sure lo gain all that    he
itunsl desires and make a success   ol
i life.     Start today.
When You
Come to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Koekendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
Ji.oo   PER   OAY
Calgary, Alta.
A Good Invstment
STORM WINDOWS
nit  your liouce tli it" winter will
Hive one-Im If your coal lull.
Order now from the
Cranbrook Sash and
Door Company
All kiml» iif linililiug Material i.n
liaii.l or uuiilt; to ni.lei
QUEENS HOTEL
Cranbrook,   B. C.
til SI'. ..NIH.I.S. Proprietor
I lur Motto: "Tin- liesl is XoiiP Too Good."
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Railway Equipment
New and Relaying Rails of All Kinds
Shay Geared Locomotives
Hesler Geared Locomotives
Logging; Cars and Trucks
When jn the market for any of the above
material, kindly forward us particulars nnd we
will be pleased to quote you our best prices.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION   OIVEN   TO
MILL SUPPLIES
GORMAN, GLANCEY & GRINDLEY
aio Ninth Ave. West
CALQARY - - ALTA.
...The...
Two Jims
When the |.en|.)e id Ku*l
Kooteiiuy a|o tu HpokRiie
Uiey hIiouIiI he nine to
visit the
Dell Dick Bar
SI2 Mill Street
OppMile Victoria Hold
James Nell* James (ialbrailh
Proprietors
Tlio Best of Wilms ami C'iyurs
Feed For Sale
I Imveohoice rplniul I'mirio Hi)
nnil
Timothy
Also
Oats, Wheat and Feed
lo offer iu cur lots.    Dolivereil
prices on application.
D. C. Hoffman, Calgary
FISHING TACKLE    That Will Catch Fish   FISHING TACKLE
THE ROOSYILLE CASH STORES
FRED 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 Stulfs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment ol Fishing Tackle suitable
lor the District in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Big Game Heads, and Souvenirs of The Great Weet.
A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS
ELKO, B. C.
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DEZALL BROTHERS
BUOKSMtTHS AND WOODWORKERS
i ■; il i    Keiuirs slwsys in stack.   Msuliln.es lor putting on Buiwy
Itulilmr Tyres, with Tyres always on hand.
WAGONS, CARRUOKS AND 1MPI.KMKNTS
PHONE 00 ■•    ■ P.O.BOX HI
B. C. Livery and Peed Stables
OOOD HORSES ALWAYS TO BE HAD   . *
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•y Mis Herald   Publishing Compasy,
Ll^ll-Hl.
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Editor snd Manager.
It
TU Herald Is worth 110 a year. It
costs oul, U. No uiau in Sim*
taal Kootenay ean atjiird to be «»-*:
nl'U. am ******** \\i\-* .*»"*••
Uij district, who is lutuested la the
»i«iees «l ttb section, should read
it. It publishes tlw news while .1 le
ee*s. IV is controlled absolutely hf
UM iiuliHshers. No clique, party "
ia*vUu»l dictates .ts policy,
doa'l Uy to please the people. It.
ttiil o Is to publish a uowspaper that
wlS he a credit to ths community.
be*, in your subscription aud you
will be .hanktul ever afterward.
Ailvertislw rates ll per lack per
Biantii, no note anl ae lesa.
Reading matter IS cents per ae
to noa-advertlsers, 10 cents per line
ta. tegular advertise™.
ll you desire to reach the people ol
Soutb East Kootenay you must advertise iu The Herald.
I'he Herald has a llrsl-class tot
plant, and i.s work Is ol the best.
Tbe Herald don't   waul charity.    "
wigiits.   a square deal on your     lob
wjojk.    II we can't suit yuu in quel-
tu snd.price, kick, unil send yout
woik to some Cheap John house n
tin east, that never spends a cent in
CceuhMok.
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MORE  THAI.
4,854 * Montk
Thin in the j-nnrtinteetl olr-
t-ubltiun uf (he HeiiiM
1'ieiw room mul Hutmi-i'tt*-
tion Iwm n|*.'n hi invetni-tu-
ktioii, hy -iilvertirtftH at any
time.
The lleralil iti ves a -lolUr
in value for it Jollar In money. The ailvei lisei has the
right to know whnt he in
receiving (or hit money.
Th* lleml.l is one (>apei
thnt courts inv-astiiijration.
flRajLvriON sruenssr
I, K. E. Simpson, manager ol the
.'ranbrook Herald, ilo hereby state
that -Uie pressman's hooks show, .m
that 1 liave every reason lo believe
th^l the circulstion ol the Herald im
the pas. five months has been 2-1,3,
copies, divided as follows:
■luly MW
August  4,830
September  4,485
October  5,975
November  4,520
To.al
Average per month
'    libeil
.34,270
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Subscribed and swum to belore me
this 5th day ol December, 1907, at
Cranbrook, B. C.
John Hutchison,
A   notary    public in and lor    tlm
County ol Kootenay, llritisli Columbia
*» »* ".-a -J-J-rs a « k e-e u s es •«•«
f OBSERVATIONS   *
UY THE OLD MAN. •
«*sa ieo •« set_ t.: t«-: <■*-_*
HAPPY NEW YEAH
^
Time passes quickly in ibtsi- modi
eiH iUyn ol rush and hustle, Looking back over tbe len years that the
Hfraht Ims toeu ■irocliiiniiiiK to tbt
*V'ld Ki* ailVitnUKt's ami beauties of
tiw Koutt'liay, it seems .. Vtfg
short time imhnl We arc on th»
tVf of anothur Sew Yew, the
'*i>'futh iii Cranlirook'M history
Met
town       Knob yea
Cyftress   in   l'l.Mill
more
1>(VK"'S" in Ciaiiliiook .uul lbe »lis
trjl't Winn its predecessor. I'iaeh
)«*i has ->lionn more l.iiib In tho
diftiit-t bv the |ieo|)U' ot tbe til*
irU't Knell yeal bas shown more
o( lhat "pull together spirit." whieh
i-ieluuiiiieristir ol the peonle nl tbt
KWf I'uiiailiun Wesi Alas, too,
eaeh ".'iti, bus nil out ami l.ikcii tn
"tfce ftieal boypniij. some one or
more of the workers Tin the up
building of lbe district. The old
\t*\t has had Its pi ensures und iU
paths, its joys ami Its .sorrows, its
up* uml iis downs, for each and
every mie of us. We nre all Imping
for all kinds of good tliiiiKi in 11)08.
Hope is lbe fiodiless ol the Wester-i
uejl, Wltlioul Her sweet smile ol.pn*
t'ouragemeiit ilie wesi coiild never
have existed. It was Slip whn pointed.out the wav to tlio now prosperous farmers of Manitoba, Saskatchewan nml Allierta. It was She who
lured Ihe prospector lo the placer
grounds of tlie Yukon. It wns She
wlio blazed the trails inlo our own
beautiful Kast Kootcpny. It is She
lodav who is putting the pluck and
energv into lbe people of Ibis district
whieh is evidenced hy the rapid
strides it is making. MeautUiil
Hp|W,' without You we were as A
slornHoKsnl boat upon ;i boundless
oefsn. hut with Ynu as out iniiilin|~
st»r the -rtorm looses its viol-mot
aod our hoat is steered into peaeetill
w«t-K«.      Next Wednesday will    lit
New Year's Day, 1HU8- We cannot
t«ll what the New Year hns in
Store for us, and it is better sn- Itut
still mt can hope on mid work .m,
und after all, as the constant dripping of water will wear out the hard?
•st. stum, su will constan I work and
vonsUtt l|0[ie wear out the greatest
hindrances and obstacles. No doubt
I9ty* will be. *.H«aWi; year for Craubrook aud the district lhan nny yi-ar
in their history. No doubt Uratb
brook wilt he- a larger ami moro
prosperous lown than evei. No
doubt Kast Kooteuuv will progress
411.I that bev mines, liei farms, her
timber limits, .im) her manulactniies
will add much to the wealth of the
community und employ the lubor of
manv more white men than heretofore. There can tie no doubt about
these ibiiiRs because the people of
th* district will hope ami they will
work, and Uopt apd work ate an
inuinerahlr combination, At this
lime Iherefolf, whilst we are Imping
for many things for.ourselves, let ns
»lso think ol tht other fellow, rs-
jN-eiully be that is not so prosperous
as ourselves. Let us not only wish
bim and everybody else a Happy New
Year, bul let us hope and work too,
that he maj- have it* The Herald
belteves that the people of Cranbrnok will have a llapm- "<<d Prosperous Nf.w Vtar. The Herald
wishes IJniq a Ha|pv and Prosperous
\tw Ve*?, and tht. lloiald Will Hope
and work for a Happy and Prosperous New Year lor the people of
Cranbrook and East Kootenay.
WHY t'fUNBRUOK GKOWS
That Cranbrook is the «iea.t shop-
ping Wtlttt Qf tbt.distmt there
. ^!M|& ^A l*tm.*»% %»«:
1 'Usui of the how registers during the
-Ust tiM W«l» WA>U4 h»«f-convinced
.ihu aw^it ske|tieal ol tlnj fact. Prom
iW'iudewert, oa tht north, ftom Elko,
to tht «w»tt fxom -Sirdar, to tho
west, and from tbe. boundary line, at
Oiiiiiway- and Kingsgate, to the
south, and frou* every point be-
itwtco. »e-J|h) hfcvr been pouring inti
■t'u&biQcHi to tlo their Ohflstinnt
shopping. ' Tl»et:t is « reason for
jjthto, 0t rat% there are several
reasons. The merchants of t'rau-
■itrooii art up«t^dttt. themselves and
-therefore their' stocks are up-to-date,
they are tar-seeing and buy early,
und consequently tbey have the best
stocks of goado suitable, uot onlv for
'-"locks of goods suitable, not only for
"uli the year round trade," to he
found in the district. Cranbrnnk is
the established commercial center of
the, district and will alwavs re
main so. This is a recognized fact
and as it has hew said, during the
last two weeks the hotel registers
have been Oiled with names of Christ-
inns shoppers from every point in the
district, becaust they reeoguize the
fact thai they can do as well
Cranhrook as by sending to Vancouver and Winnipeg, and at the same
time see the goods that they are huv
inn. whieh is not possible, when buying coods by mail. The merchants
of Cranhrook know their business and
do business on business lines uml to
them, i.n a great measure, is due the
prosperity of this city.
The Herald- is in receipt of the
^following, and it leaves the public to
answer the qUMtioa:
Cranbrook, B. C, Dec. 33, '07
Kiiitor Herald: Why should men
wbo ait only temporary residents
of a town, who oWn no property
in "V town, who are. not voters in
a town, preainip to dictate how
that U>w* should be run? The
people generally would have
nothing to saj if ratepayers and
voters had appeared before the
board of revision and license
commission and made their objections, but it really, seems pre-
sumpwioys na tht part of two
temporary mid«-«U to assume in
this manner (lie reins of government.
An Old Nesidtnt and Taiparer.
Tlie ». C. Saturday Sunset bas
jsplendid Christmas number It
.illustrated in colors and the letter
'press Is of a most superior nature,
and covers a field of general interest
to people in the province, especially
the coast cities. The Saturday Sun
set. although it has only heen pub
lis-hrd a few months, has made good
from the start ana Is destined to he
one of the greatest literary newspapers in Westtro Cauada. From its
inception it has bopn independent and
fearless in its editorial eipressions,
and has altfadf Placed itself upon a
sound foundation as an exponent of
all thai is good (or progress and
prosperity of thin great province.
: Ttn> IMitld has carried a number of
subscriptions year after veai out of
courtesy and good feeling without
payment This will have to cease
at tbe beginning oi the New Year.
We have been '"food fellow" as long
as we can U tie cash is not forthcoming by Ktbruary first these individuals will not receive the paper
lu the future. We have neither the
ci pi Inl mn the i ncli tuition to cany
the,.* individuals any longer, and no
'reasonable person would expect the
piopriffor of a paper to cam tbem
indefinitely.
Krom soni<M9inU1akatil* signs we
are 'erf to believe that our old friend
.1 Peck MacSwain is on the stud or
the Boundary Creek Times. Any
paper tM has Mr- MacSwuin on its
staff has one ol the most versatile
ami piipiaiit writers in Western Canada.
. New Year's resolution-' Boost Cranbrnok and the district.
Talk about banana weather, haven't
we got it* Tl|t editorial stuff of
the Herald were' working In their
shirt sIoavok with the front door
wide open ou Christmas eve. Trulv
.East Kooiepay, has the finest climate, oh earth, just warm enough in
tho summer, lust cool epough in the
winter, and without anv of the extremes nf climate that so many
tectfons. are subject to. \\f have
many things to be thankful for -n
this district and the climate is not
tbt Mt Ql tbttt. ^
The Lethbridge Weekly Herald has
.. hue Christmas number. The
covet, in colors, represents Santa
Clans driving through a pass in tin;
Kooky Mountains from Crnnbrook to
Lethbridge.
The Wiiiniptii Free Press bas scut
out Ms annual Christmas souvetiir.
This veai il Is n dimfliutivo barrel of
Hour ground nl the Hudson's Bay
company's mill at Kort Vermillion.!
lbe mosl northerly lloUl mill on the.
continent of Vmcrica, if no] In lhc
world, ami in.uie of ttlieat grown in
the Peace llitei  vallev Port Ver
million is only 100 miles south of the'
Arctic circle, proving that whent cau
be raised ovei a vast extent of
Canadian territory s.. far practically
unexplored This  is      the seventh!
"ear Mini Uie h'ree Press has sent mil j
u Miuveuii and 11 has always hri-n;
something unique, and this year is
no exception.
The Herald wishes everyone, friend
ami foe, ii Happy nml Prosperous
New   Vear-
The lleralil has demonstrated
again Ibis Christ mas season that il
Is the great advertising medium of
Easi Kootenay. Circulation counts
wilh the advertiser, and the cost of
an advertisement amounts to little
or nothing, so long ns the results are
secured. It is like paying for the
right location for a store. The
Herald bus the circulation, ami it
keeps increasing week by week, and
that is whv the advertisers do business with the IltMiild.
Tbe Herald has done more business
the [last three months than during
any Ibree mouths in its history.
The past two weeks its job department bas been crowded in turning
out Christinas curds for merchants
ami Individuals, artistic menu cards,
the ci|ual of which have never been
seen iu this section, dance invitations
and programmes, ami a vast amount
of regular commercial work. '?to
Herald's job department is recognized as one of the best In the interior
of Hi lish Columbia.- and it is doing
all iu ils power fii sustain that reputation.
If you rend the Herald ynu get all
(hut is going.
Shut lhe New Year right, by becoming a subscriber to the Herald.
llrilisli Columbia is the promised
laud.
Make Ibis resolution for the New
Year: "I will continue to boost
Cranbrook and the district."
I'he Herald     will be better
ir I hnil ever before.
Don't he n hypocrite. Whatever
you are, he whut you are, and. if you
are noi whnt ymi' sliould be, try 1o
he hetter tbnn'you are, but don'l he
a hypocrite.
Tbis is n great country.
Tbe Herald has made some enemies
the past year nnd ut this season forgives alt of them, although tbe
Herald may not be forgiven.
How do vou feel after Ihnl dinner'1
The I lei aid ollice was closed yesterday ami will lie closed on New
Year's Day. The staff believes in
observing ihe holidays.
C. Hoss Tate, who is now in the
jewelry business in Lethbridge, is
proving himself to be a great advertiser nml an excellent business man.
The two always go logether.
11. P. Pettlploce, the organizer of
the Typographical union, has become
editor of the Kcrnie Ledger. Mr.
r:iti[:i*iv is n rank Socialist and
cxpecls to convert the electorate of
East Kootcpny to bis views. He will
never do it.
This is great  hanana weather.
The Crnnbrook hotels provided
some great dinners for their guests
yesterdny. Indigestion is now the
general complaint, owing to the
muni  Rood things served.
The Medicine Hat News got out a
handsome Christmas number. Fred
Korster is to be congratulated on the
issue and on tbe paper he is running
in general, The people of the "Hat"
should be proud of the "News"
The Herald is anxious to commence
paying its debts, beginning with the
flrsl of the year. If the Herald had
in its safe one-third of the amount of
the accounts due it, this paper
would he on easy street and have
plenty more coming tti huv the
much ncry necessary for further improvements loiitcmplated at tbis
time. Commencing with the first ol
lbe year the Herald proposes to institute a vigorous campaign in the
way of collections, and docs nol
propose to lei up until the accounts
ou ils hooks are adjusted. In this
manner only can Ihe Herald meet lis
owu intebmlness mid ut the same
time secure money lhat legitimately
belongs in this paper. Don't he
surprised, therefore, if yon owe the
Herald anything, if you receive Ibree
or four statements during the next
sixty days, unless your account Is
nromptlv paid. The Herald needs
lhe money.
A Happy nnd Prosperous New
Vear. May you make friends and
money ami not be beset with enemies
mid misfortune.
MOHE EVIDENCE
If Hossliiiul al an altitude of :t,aUii
feel can grow fruit that will at trad
attention, as lhe following from the
Hosslmnl Miner shows tt did, there is
no quest ion about the future ol the
fruit growing industry In tlm Cranbrook district which 'is at least !>00
feel  lower:
That the exhibit of Kossland
fruit in London attracted more
than passing attention, is cviden-
LL & COflPANY
k Strong Appeal to the Economical Buyer
/~\\i: miuliii i-il'iiri to iiiiliiiul mir *.K(,o.k..iKI stork of lli'iiornl Merohuiyiiae, uml if |irici'» count for anything,
I } lli .-i-i -is "" 'iiii'i-liiiii Iiiii wlml Hoods will MQvg quickly, for not only will we sacrifice our profits, but In mail)'
^"      iiistuiicoe the Wholesale 1'r.te will be kut sight of.
' i.i in.- to iii.- Btriut$oi.uy in the moony market, wo huvelns.ii axccMsful in making many purchases ul loss than
Im r llu. i.f liim- ivliiili-siili! prices. We now find oureelves mud. too heavily •tooked, uml certainly exceptionally hu.d
up For tlio almighty- dollar. Roncatlil** «rcat eacritico. We will quote you prices on all lines in mir store, and we
im iii comparison,
Wi- will sell 1)111.K8 GOODS at the following prices:
liegular 7iic. Hues at
.-|0c.   "
I.V.
!I0c.
tu.nn
DKl'.SS  KNDS iu Suit lengths, lutes.  Itniiiuii Sirlpes and
Shallow Cheeks, regulurl.v sold from $2.00 to $2.50,
ut pnryari  ......... s«|.+..
Uii pieces   KI.ANXKl.KTTI. and   DOM M K I'.
regularly from lie. to lHc. per yard. a. S'/^t.
7::pieces eillSTN. UlNOHA.MM.ai.d/Kl'UVIIS.
ranging in prices from loe. to 26e., a. |ier yard IO-ji..
The prices ol our l_ A l> I KS' ami I III I. I) II I. \ 'S
MITTH uud U LOVES will lie out squarely in two.
We lmve the very latest uud most up-to-date RIBBONS in nil
the most fuslii"iiiiiiii- shades. These, loo, must move mil ut
Hull Price.
^;/k,v :
I. A I.l KS' und < llll.IHtl.VS 1 NDKHW KAH- We have between 30aud Wdiraen of this purlieu-
lar lino and will sell at less tlmn wholesale price.   Imagine- Ladies' 1 tnderwear, sold renulurly al 75q., nnw ul !W5£C'
- jusl. i-.-i'i-ivi-il u ciiiisignineiil of COHHETS iu all .lie latest
W
>nditig styles.
Ml "I LADIES'  "'OI.I.AIIK and  OKI. IS will Ik- placed ou tables nnd mwked tt »»eh pricentliHtcftiinol
help bu. appeal to lhe live purchaser.
. .ur BOV4' SUIT5- wphavo Llm of this line, will be
sold ut prices never liefore lieurd ol in Cranhrook:
SUITS, reiukr |,i'».'•-»6..">0, lor   • - $2 76
».00, " $2.00
"8.5V $1.90
MEX'ti SI'ITS. We bnut-lit illii Suits from a
miiuulttctnrer. the wholesale price nf whieh w.-re
friiu W..VJ In *l I.is.. at a big bargain, ami we will
bunch the lot and sell them ut. per Suit.    sl.T'i
&JL
HOO pairs MKN'S  CANTS
At from   	
* 1.75 in !.••'.^.'i    \M
Ki'ifiilurly sold frum 92,50 to $5,00, and last. bu. nol
least, we aill carve .lie heart out of
20th Century Clothing
This is one line that we dislike indeed to sacrifice.
We will stdl Mens *>th CENTURY SI'ITS and
OVERCQATS at ONB-THIRD OFF the regular price
linnslue a *IO.0O Suit nl MU CMIUIIV CI.OTt.INo lor $20.00
Ur uu        I.S.0O   " $12.00
liwillonieii's II ATS ami t.'Al'S from "3c. up.
WINTKKCAI'Sat less than f price.
TIKS from 15c. op.
(IBNT1.BMEN5 BOOTS and SHOES wiil be sold
at less than regular wholesale price for the next tun
weeks.
MKN'S   M I'l'TS und < J I.OV KH, from the finest Mocha to the cheapest Canvas at prices never before quoted,
thiii i-i une line iu which we are too lieiivijy stocked
All our l' \ DKItW KAII, and we have twoconlf, will lie sold at less than wholesale prices.
Imi-ii " Tim " cannot touch us so far us prices ure concerned for lhe next two weeks
WE  UIU. CHAII.1K NO GOODK AT. HAI.K I'HICKS.    KINDLY DO X»»T ASK.
Our Sale will commence Wednesday, Dec. 18, and will last till Jan. 1,1908
mpwvwopiwnw
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
ci-il iii ii li-ili-i to i.s i'. I'rasci
In.in M.irlln liinii-ll. tn wliosc
ears 11 was entrusted. Mi. flur-
i ill says:
"Mosl ..i il..- Itosslonil Iruit
which I I,i..iniiii uul was In good
cinliili.i. when I unpacked It. ll
nmili.  xliil.il i.i unusual interest, .is I li.nl ,i card attached
slating tli..< it wns grown at
lli.sfl.mil. i.f .ii Hi.. I.iiii.ms I.f
It'.i mine, .in.l .ii .in elevation ot
:i..iini feel shove sen levol."
WHAT THEV THINK OF US
1.1.1   SI'.VNY   SIII-'.KT
Tlie Cranlirook lierald enmo out
witli sixteen pages on Thiirsdny last.
When il comes tn gotting out n liig.
newsy sheet, or lioosting liis lown,
llie "OM Man" Is there.—Kernie Free
Press.
I'ltf.SI'KllOI'S    I.O0KIN0  1'Al'ER I
Tlw I'r.iiiluuok lleralil has issued a
creditable holiday nimilier. The
Hi-laid is tlie iiu.st prosperous looking paper in .lie interior, ami lue
••.lid Man" usually gets Ihere.—Ross-
I I Miner. I
M.I, WOOI, AND A VAItl) WIDE
Tin. I'l.iiilirniik Herald issued a
sixteen page holiday number lasl
wis-k. Like every production of tlial
papi-i, special m'otherwise, it was
".ill wool and a yard wide." The
advertisers pal t.iiii.eil it liberally,
| Put the money was well spent, as
iln- lli-i.ilil riiciiiates amongst .be
people who have the money and spend
il.-l.ellilmilgc Daily Herald.
TOWN IS'
Till-: PIIOVINCI
Crnnbrook llernld
KINAI, NOTICE
AI Hie earnest request ot a uumbei
.f our old customers, we have decided
In    extend Hie line for the payment
di
il    accounts    still outstanding, to
l.nsl  week the    Crnn
issued   ii 11! page edition.       ll cmi-j lii-i-i-nilii-r 2r1.l1.     Aeeountsnot " ad-
tallied 3d colimins ol Inleresltng read- insleil liy thai dale will be placed In
ing tnatti'i and mi columns of silver- .hp hands of our solicitor lor    col*
Using.    The Herald li I only thollcctlnn.        This will    mean   added
lies, weekly in Hritish Columbia, but'eosts. We *r\n an ollice with
is printed iu Iln- best lown witli the Messrs. Arnold £c Roberts, where re-
best advertisers ia lhe province— ceipls for monies' paid will he given.
Boundary Creek Times. I Reid & Co.
IIHIMMIIHIIHIIMHIHIIimWI(WWH
G.   T.   ROGERS
a  ..., .       .-. - - —   -	
We are pleased and we hope
1
you are, and wish you
1
A Happy and Pros-
1
perous New Year
1
 _       ..   ,,—. .  ,      1
G.  T.   ROGERS
CRANBROOK, B. C.
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Read the   Herald *-**■*
THK  CHANBHOOK   IIKHAI.D
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
LOCAL   NOTES
'ebony base.      Mr.
'Presenting this as
CITY OF CRANBROOK
DELINQUENT TAXES
HESD  OFFICE, TORONTO
E. WALKER, Prtaident
LEX. LAIHD, Genua. Hanager
H. IRELAND, Superintendent of
Branches
isr.nnsni o iser
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
iranches tbroufhout Canada, and In the United Stales and England
A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMESCISL SND FIRMER* P»PER DISOOOHTEDI
  (4
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits ol SI and upwards received, und interest allowed at
-,-i.ut rales. The depositor is subi<-ct to no delay whaUeer In
ic withdrawal ot the whole or any portion ol the deposit.
ranbrook Branch.     -      F. C. MALPAS, Manage
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C. E. REID  C& CO. |
GAe   Druggists
Thank the People for the best year they
have had in Cranbiook, and wish all
A Happy New Year
C. E. REID & CO., Cranbrook
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QUEEN'S HOTEL j
CALGARY,  ALBERTA ♦
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT *
Tliis Ilnti'l lias always lieen tlio li'iidnr
Iu ils liiic. nnil will In-kept til) to tlio
standard. If ymi wan. lo moot tlio
onio tu tlie Queen's 11»
'i-iplo.
llll'l
Queen's Hotel, Calgary
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. I,. STI-ll lll-'.NS
ritoi-iu iiniii
G&ivong's
G. B. Chocolates
in Oreiun Vanilla, Crsum t*o|jpi*r-
inints. Strawberry Prait Bon
linns. Lougfellowfl, t«ri'MoliK-y.
Burnt Alinoiuls. Jiipauogu Bo.u
Buns. Caramels, ami many other
ilo I id. his HavorB.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Sole Axels furCranbruuk, B.C.
HARDWARE
HARDWARE
HARDWARE
In all Lines we are Up-to-date
Our RANGES and HEATERS excel
anything ever seen in the City before. It will
do you good to see them.
J. G. McCALLUM & CO.
HARDWARE
MERCHANT
K.  II.  Small is
,  ....    a challenge    cup
lur local curlers and his su doing em-
1'ICKKI) UP    ABOUT   THE CITY phastees the fact, which is sn    well
HY ASK ISO Ol'KKTIONS OF       known hv the    people ul Cranhrook. i ■	
MANY PEOPLE. (tbat 1-_. H. Small is always at   the |   Particular attention la directed
  I front of the procession when matters the following    extract   from Section
C. 11. Kiiocko was in Calgary    be-  relating to sport of anv kind are   to 15(1,   Chapter 32,    Municipal Clauses
i with Kriday and Monday un business I bo considered.      The    Cosmopolitan Act;
connected with the U. ol It. T. Challenge cup    will he a feature    ol
._    ,. „■       , ■..    * .   L.    i    i the curling season.
Hi. i ..iim, of Moyie, spent  Sunday1
in Cranbrook.
Miss Ella Leltch is spending Christmas with Mrs.  IV  C,  Coleman,     ol
WANTED—Position as teamster or
i other work around Cranbrook. Address \V.  Walsh,  Cosmopoliti.il hotel.
and wife are spend*
with   Mr. and Mrs.
In
Nelson.
Jaben Harris
in-*   Christmas
. Patmore.
D.  H.  Yates, ol Wyeliffe, was
the city on Monday last,
.Mrs. Albeit (lodell ami children
•tpciit Monday in Cranbrook.
J, V. Campbell, bi Campbell &
Manning, left last night for the lish
belt, In Now Brunswick, for a vitca-
ioii ul a month or more.
Hill's new furniture store ou Arm-
troug avoiiuo lias been painted this
weok and looks fine.
Mr.  Hall, chiel clerk in the super-
Undent's otllei; here, spent
Christ man with lis parents in Cal-
gary,
1. 1'' M Plnkhnm, ol the lmpeti.il
Itaiik, iirti.iiipauiiil hy Mrs. Pinkham,
Momlay to spend Christmas
with Mi, Pitiklium's father, lhe
bishop of Calgary, at Calgary.
N. .1, McArthur, who is well known
u Hie gent's furnishing side ol the
Kink Mercantile company's stoic,
left last nighl fm- a holiday in
Toronto.
i\ K. Kohl .V Co. are goud adver-
iis.'is. 1 .ast Monday they had a
leal live Santa Clans distributing
hills for them on the street.
Harry Drew, of the North Star
hotel, of Kimberley, was in town
on Monday. Harry is always a welcome visitor in Cranbrook. He has
,i host nf friends here and thev are
always glad to see him.
M. 1). Hillings left on Monday night
to spend Christmas iu Calgary with
llut.li Stephens and Mai liockenduif.
Mori lias been working like a trooper
during the Herald's big rush and a
change was coming to bim.
IC. M.ill.iiul.iiiie came in from Calgary mi Monday, lie left un Tuesday to join Mrs. Mallandaine in For-
ire, where they spent Christmas.
John Moe, ol Nelson, d.rtrict passenger agent for the C. P. It., was in
Cranhrook tm Mondav conferring
with Mr. Wilson, the local agent regarding tlie taking care of tbe bome
going crowd.
K. ,1. Smyth, Movie's Doau Rrum-
mel, and editor of that great family
newspaper the Moyie Leader, spent
Sunday iu Cranbrook. He lelt town
with a red vest thnt will soon melt
e lee in Movie lake.
The lire department had a call on
Saturday to a slight blaze in the restricted district. There was no
need to turn nn the water. The
hoys, as usual, turned out iu quick
1 Into.
The rates and taxes on land or on
improvements, special or otherwise,
which are unpaid on the 31st day ot
December tn each year bear interest
therefrom, until paid in lull, at the
rate of  eight   per cent    per annum
Illy s    restaurant   opened   at   six  jf*"3 "* ,,
o'clock nn Saturday evening last and, tnereon. .■_$„..»_.*„
Mr. nnd   Mrs.     Bly and their staff rhoB' M* Rober&llector
have had all they could do since. 1 ,,.. ,„ .., ,„ „«M r**,~..**.*i£\, u
The Herald said last week that a LC H>" Uwk 8 omce' Cr«bro°k. f-
white man's restaurant in a whitert"
man's town would ho a paying prop-
ositian and it was right, and Mr.
Illy Is convinced of the fact. The
business men's lunch served there
from 11.,Ill to 2 o'clock is just what
the busy man needs in the middle of
the day. A plate of soup, an entreo
or a bit vl fish, a cut, off a joint and
a bit uf pastry or cheese, this with
coffee or tea, and uli for 2.1 cents.
Fur a sifper after the theater it Is
the uiily place in tuwn where you can
get o dish of oysters in any style, a
fried chicken or any une of the many
supper dishes so popular in larger
cities, The great beauty ol lily's
restaurant, however. Is its absolute
cleanliness. Mr. Bly will pav special attention tu catering for the refreshments (or balls, parties and
banquets.
WANTED-Dining room girl nt
Cowley hotel.     Good wages.     :.H ti
Willis ,v Cosgrovo, ol Calgary, bavo
rented the Wentworth hall and aftei
the lirst ul the year will mu a continuous performance theater there.
Mr. Cosgrovo was seen by a representative nf the Herald this week
and said that he would run two or
three shows each evening and that
special attention would he given to
making tbe entertainment suitable
for ladies and children. No vulgarity
would be permitted. Willis & Cos-
grove have been running the same
kind of a show in Calgary for some
time past and bave a reputation for
running a very clean performance.
The Wentworth has taken a new
lease of life in the shape of a coat of
naint outside and re-decoration inside. Moving pictures aud illustrated songs are always popular in Cranbrnok and there is nn doubt that
WiMis A Cosgrovo will make good.
Frank Derosier was in from bis
ranch nt .laffray on Monday.
Columbian College
Ntiw WenttiiiiiHli'i*. H.C
KuuhiIhI lata.   lii«orporat«d Ifttfk
I'mvidw. ii Climlittii Hniiii'tin niiitli-uir- <»l
lmi I. wxt'M iii modern to mien.  llm* " I'm
narutory I'lniM for lunlur HimlviitH mkinu
I'ui.li. Huhual  work.   Mom   lliul Bul 1
wnrk, tt'i.l ].i.-|i i-<* (nr I'luviiiiliil IVm-lu-i*
Skit iiii imtIon*. aTeacliw uli brunvbett . i u
I1 nul iml  Hu-.iii.-nN   Cmirm.,     ton)    roiifi'tu
Milium ih. Iiupsrtin Liberal Kduvutluu in
In ''.iii-'K tt- ' mu in.', nn.l in tli*- i.uiiiiV
Ciiiim'lur M.K. 1. . ttlld M  L.A.   Iii Tl	
Intf.v totilom H.i- lii'iiit'i- ni It l> In Uulver-
kIiv work can ttilttf hIiuIhkh iIhiiiikIi I Iiu
cuuipMe Arli Veen* inr ihu H A iWrw >>i
Tul-..ul.i fnitt.iNilv, \\ It tl vv liUli tl..- I ulll'ttu
In in full HfHlliitloii. I» Scloiieft, Ii-hiIhn il...
tii'i-t .vt'iii-ni Toronto Heboid ut Heience, mid
luis li H|wulnl Kiiglneorlng Courw Hdapletl in
i.rmllriil eiiKiiiet'iiiiH work lu thin I'nivlmc
In Miif-ir, a eoiuplotumiunte in Tlinorj , Voir*1
Culture, uml I'iuuu mid <ii*m>. in volijunc-
linn with tli« Toronto Culleuu „f Miidlu.
Special liiitructlon in Ait nnd Kloeutlnn;
while iill utiuleiitti are rniuirud In take 1'l.y-
Mi.'iil Tralnlug. with all ito mlviiiituK-'* ot »
\\f\l i'i|iii|.|.i'.t gymnniluin.—Fni CiiI«*h<Ihi*
iiddresi I'nliuubimi (.'ullnuu.
Maim lac hirers ol
Rough and die-, set!
LUJIBER and
DlflENSIONS
Also all kinds of
MOULOINUd
MILLS AT
•Tatl'niy, Kv;m ;uul
OrutibrooK, ll.O.
Mead Office, • Craahrunk
A. C.
AN UNFORTUNATE KltltOIl
A typographical error occurred iu
last week's Herald In the memorandum of reasons for the extending of
lead bounty. In the sentence
"We, of course, have reason to fear
that the business that bas been carried on lately on the basis of about
20 per cent for lead will he impracticable with lead at 12 per cent
less." This should have read .£20
lead and £12 lead.
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Bowness has gotten out a
pair of calendars which ate works of
Tbey depict two stages of     a
game plaved bv five dogs. They
ailed "A     Hold Bluff" and "A
Waterloo."
K. U. Morris met with au accident
at the curling rink mi Saturday. He
-.lipped and fell, striking the back of
liis head nn tlm ice. A nasty scalp
wound was the result, but by the
liberal application of new skin tbe
bleeding was stopped and "Baldy"
was around again all right in an
hour or two.
The store of the Dominion Meat
ompany is splendidly decorated with
11 the finest of meats for which this
ompany is so justly celebrated.
Sides of stall fed beef and imported
mutton, hugs uf all -sizes, turkeys,
chickens, ducks and geese are there
so tempt the appetite. Everything
is neat and clean and Messrs. It
Kemp. It. Massacar and S. .laekson,
the stall, are to be congratulated on
the splendid appearance of the
store.
The Calgary Cattle company have a
meat display in their store for
Christinas and New Year. Side
after side uf specially fancy dressed
beef is hanging on the hooks. Carcas
after carcas of both Montana and
Australian mutton, dressed in the
most aetistic manner, is there also,
to say nothing of lings from suckling
pigs tn four hundred pounders. Turkeys, geese, ducks and chickens aro
ihere in the hundreds. The manager,
It. C. Hamilton and his staff, .Tames
Itogers and J. Kennedy, are to bo
congratulated on the fine showing.
Joe Walsh, one of the best constables on the British Columbia
provincial police force, was over
from Fort Steele on Monday. .loo
lias a host of friends iu East Kootenny and he has one of the largest
districts to look , after in the province, presided over by one man. It
runs norlh to Sheep creek, .md down
tlio Kntiteiiay river to Bull river, besides be lnoks iffter all of the Indian
reservation. The government is
lucky in having so good an officer as
Joseph Walsh, and when the time
comes he will surely he among those
whn will receive promotion.
The chief feature in the Christmas
decorations at P. Burns & Co.'s
meat market is the huge mountain
sheep loaned to that firm by that
well known hunter, Charlie Chapman.
The big horn weighs two hundred
pounds dressed and as he reposes on
a bml of gii-en moss ou the center
table i.f the store, is a great attraction. As usual this meat market is decorated with the greatest
skill with beeves and fattlings of all
kinds, from the sucking pig and
spring lamb to the huge Alberta beef
ami the weighty Manitoba hog. Mr,
Giltcspfc, the manager, and his staff,
W. Mitchell tee, T. Levescont, C.
Sissoiis and It. Smith are to he congratulated upon tbe exhibits.
A.  C.  Bowness,   who is known far
ami wide as a purveyor uf the finest
of wines, liquors   and cigars, is presenting for competition at the curling rink, four    silver tobacco    jars.
Exactly what form this competition
will take is not yet decided.    These]
jars are very handsome.       The topsi
represent, in' a     most realistic man-|
iter, curling stones.       They may bo]
seen at Wilson's, the jeweler. '
The Cosmopolitan Challenge cup,
for curling, is on exhibition at Wil-!
snn's jewelry store, and it is a \
beauty. The cup proper is about;
is inches high and is supported by j
three brooms. Under this tripod Is1
a perfect representation of a curling
stone.     The whole is mounted on an
McEWEN AND HIS COMPANY
The Great McEwen aud his clever
company will appear in the new
opera house one night only, Saturday, December 28th, in an entire
new and novel performance. Every
thing new from last season. The
Great McEwen has added to bis already meritorious performance, new
acts in vaudeville, including Florence McEwen, British Columbia's
best uiezco soprano; "Billy" Yule,
comedian; "Hayy Ward," of minstrel
tamo, who holds Kichard K. Fox's
medal for champion wooden shoe
dances of America, also moving .pictures, where they show Buffalo Bill's
wild west show, nnd congress of
rough riders of the world. This
picture alone is a feature and well
worth seeing. Take It nil in. Tbe
Great MsEwen has the onlv show
of its kind touring the world, and
has been erected with packed houses
wherever ihey have appeared. Prices
75c, .10*. and 25c. Seats now on
sate at Seattle ii Atchison's.
Drink Home Beet
It Is Pure
It li Healthy
It is the Beit
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
WOOD FOR SALE::
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I have Keen red  machinery tor ■ '
Rawing wood, and am now prepared to contract for Wood of auy
length, in large or email quantities.
Out-of-town contracts Holicited.
Kor further particular* address
R.S.ncNEILL;;
Crsnbrook, B. C.
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MASONS ELECT OFFICERS
Tire Cranbrook lodge A. F. &, A.M.
eltiitfd their officers lur the ensuing
year on Thursday night last:
W. M.-S. II. Hoskins
S. W.-H. W. Wilson.
.1. W.-W. P. Attrldg..
Secretary—Dr. Connolly.
THE LICENSE BOARD MEETS
The license commissioners sat last
Saturday In the office ol the City
Clerk to consider the renewal ol the
licenses lor the hotels iu
this        city.        Mayor Flnlay
presided and the other members ot
the board, Alderman Pink and .lames
Caslak*. were present. T. M;
Roberts acted as clerk. Alter tho
matter of renewing the licenses hnil
been thoroughly discussed It was decided to renew all the licenses provided that all slot machines were removed Irom the hotels on or before
tlie first day ol January.
WANTED—Furnished room in warm
house with bath.    Apply "lleralil."
Old Curiosity
Shop
' '    JOSEPH H. MiLEAN, Proprklur
All Classes ol Secondhand Goods
BUYER OP   FURS
Furniture of All Kinds, 1hi.1i
New Slid Secoiul-lmuil
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
Timothy Hay
The Best of Timothy Hay
lor Sale f. o. b, Lednc, Alberta.   I'riees right.
Address:
Z.   ROBE ROE
Beaumont, Alta.
Imperial Bank of Canada!!
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST -      -     -     -    '.
$10,000,000
$4,860,000
$4.8-0,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook ra nch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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:|   Pabst! Pabst! Pabst!   I
BEER
.lust ri'i'i'ivisl ii CAlt or PABST HOT* l.lil) BBER
The BEER ol QUALITY.
jj   cAL. McDERMOT  f
' l Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars
I ; CRANBROOK, B. C.       -       •       PHONE 17
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V N DE RT A KIN G
MODERN
EQUIPMENT
A SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE OP THE BUSINESS
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores
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FOR THE NEW YEAR jj
we. will have just as tfood arrange of f '
1'On.THY MIJJCEMEAT
MEATS SAUERKRAUT
FISH -        LARD
OYSTERS    ■! BUTTER
as we had for the Christmas Triuli'.'   VYe have no knowledge
uf even one ilisupiuiutt .1 cttstouier at Christmas time.
P. BURNS I CO., Ltd. I
' PHONE NO. 10
Cranbrook)
Hotel *# e^
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Quests Comlorl 1 Specially
flood StiMlit ll Coiuclloa
Nearest to railroad shd dspot.   Has accommodations for the public unequalled la Craubrook.
'i.
Hot snd Cold Baits
Hoggarth & Rollins
 Proprietors
McVittie & Laidlaw.
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J. T. LAIDLAW, H.E.
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P.I..S.
il. J. Mellenry,   W. ft. Sivayne,
l'luni.t        Drummer
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
PIANO AND DRUMH
HikIi-OIhmh Dunce Mimic
Alwuyt. Up.to.dale
Open for Out-of-town Kugage-
m ente
P. O. Box 5-18     CRANBROOK. E. C
Jockey New Year
Flings to the breeze his newest    .
banners und while rejoicing at    the
birth   ol 10118   calls your   respcctlul
attention to tbat elegant
New Year's Stock ol
Harness and Blankets
lor sale here. Make yoursell a present ol both, as your horse will need
them. The blankets will keep him
warm and harness will keep him iu
liis traces. For superb Harness at
Happy New Year's Prices, seo our
stock and buy ol us.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Telephone No. 1811
READY   MADE  CLOTHING
If you wnu. Ololl.illK that is "Gilt Edge" iu inline,
"liilt l-lge" in material nnd "(lilt Edge in make,
cull and soo our NEW STOCK of Heady Made
Obthliig, JtJl.T RECEIVED.   All Union Made
Leask C& Henderson
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F-eumily] Groceries
That embraces a great •many things, anil a list would .III a
newspaper. Ho we simply wunt to linpre.8 tlie lact that our
stock embraces all the linos needed In a home and usually
carried in a ..roeery.
GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY
We strive to liuvo uli goods delivered promptly.   Telephone
orders solicited.
PHONE
. 173
j. nANNiNG Tar. TIIK   <'HAMth<»Ok    IIKHALO
LOCAL NOTES
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for
the Issue of a duplicate Certificate uf
Title of part (5 acres) of Lot 30,
Qroup One, in the District of Kootenay.
Notiee is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue ut the expiration of one month from the first publication hereof a duplicate Certificate
of Tit'e of part (5 acres) of Lot 30,
.Group One, in the District nt Koote-
'iiiiy, in the name ol Valentine Hyde
Maker, which certificate is dated the
llllli ut March, l.iOii, and numbered
5116 A.
"II. F. MacLeod,"
District Registrar,
Laud Registry Office, Nelson, B.C,,
November 28tlt, l!»>7. 37-M
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY B*
ASKING QUESTIONS OT
MANY PEOPLE.
.1. s. Volume, Keriiie's city   rlerk
was in Craubrook on Tuesday,
-•ess.     Tbe music, which was supplied
by  lbe    Mellenry Novelty orchestra,
was the best ever.
Mrs. Willis IVttet and Miss Pettet
will be at home New Year's afternoon, Irom 5 tu ? o'clock.
The Mulleinv orchestra will furnish
the music at the new Edison theater
(Wentworth ball) after the first of
the year.
(J, S. Mcl'avish and wife, of
Rivers Inlet, spent Christmas with
their brother-in-law, W. F. tlurd.
rU'unI has heen received from Spok-
..iio that Din McDonald is improv
im; llis host ol friends in   Cran-
hlook     will  he     delighted    to hear
1 his
Tbe Winnipeg Fire Insurance eompanv, through their -agents, Arnold
•V Roberts, is distributing a splendid
cileinl.il It fs is headed by a pit-
tine entitled "Fully insured."
I. Iv Lurk in,        who
is      with       .1.    it.      Campbell,
al   the KlligSgttte hotel, was in town  license is No, 8811
tm Tuesday and called uu the    Hei-, inilinl   pnst      of
liiim and    marked
..ht.
Mr
\ am
helioi
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat thirty
days after date I inlend to apply   to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, amt tn the Assistant Commissioner uf Lands gt Works
for  a  license  to     prospect  for coal
and  petroleum on the following described  lauds, situate on  lbe     North
Folk of Michel Creek, of South    Kant
Kootonay District, R. C:
No |.   Conimonoing   at a       post
planted al  the south west enrner    of
I'!. II. LeFran/'s claim, whose    coal
same helm- 7lhe
Bern Ice   Hellion's
___________________________ "Rcinice Belden's
Kit I til  Mclliide is home   lruui'ri"",Jif»(st co»!?rt!' thence 80 chains
si,  theuce HU chains north,  theuce
chains east,     tbenee 81)       chains
soutll to place uf beginning, and con-
itnlnllig abuut (Mil acres.
' Hernice Relden, Locator,
, R. (1.  Relden,  Agent.
Where she has been
and is    s|ninliiif, Christmas Ml
witb her parents, Mr. ami Mis.     .1.
U   Mclliide.
ws     j.  Mlghton never lorgots     tlie
■.uni.i'. ul  Christmas, a fact   which
^s thoroughly appreciated by the Herald stall,    wlm have plenty of Mighton's Arabella cigars to smoke.
A ml] meeting of the Curling club
will    be '   ■■      ■ — '•
evening
.ill skips and meinbc
complete the drawing of rinks. \m chains north, thence 80       thai
Don't forget the telegraphers bull eust to place of heginning, and con-
tomorrow night at the new opera tabling about OKI acres. The object of
house. The boys are getting the this location is lo cover the strip
best music tbat Spokane can supplv lying between the Mclnnis property
and mean to make it the event of the and the Crown Coal & Coke Coin-
season, jpany's property.
Di .,-,,]        \irs       j j| I        Ralston Bntterfleld, Locator,
King will        receive ' on    the! H' °  Bel(Ien' Agent'
evening   of New Year's Eve.       Mrs.
King    will     not_ receive again until
|   Nu   2.    Commencing   nt   a   post
(planted nt the south-west corner    ol
| Lut 7983, same lining the Initial post
of  Ralston    Rulterfield's claim    and
held      tomorrow     (Friday) marked "Ralston Rutterfield's north-
It is necessary that  east     enrner,"    thence 80       chains
he present to south, thence 80 chains west,   thenco
af ti-
her return from the coast.
<J.    McFaddeii returned     thi:
Glasgow, N. S.,
mm
weok   from    New
where he    went tu   accompany
body of the late W. E, Fraser
The C. |>. R
No. 3.      Commencing at    a post
plauted at the south-west corner    of
Lot 7033, same being the Initial post
of Allen Hemphill's claim and mark-
. ed "Allen Hemphill's south-cast cor-
thc ner," thence 80 chains north,    thenco
80   chains    west, thence 80    chains
Quadrille club's dance S(.,,,il,!„!!ie^e 80 (lhains «»*** to »!lflCV
on Christmas night was a huge suc-
of   beginning  and    containing about
i 840 acres.       The object of this loca-
The Herald stall are intcbted     to Hon Is to cover the strip lying    he-
Campbell &   Manning for a gift    of twoen the Mclnnis property and   the
cigars,     which    is thoroughly     ap- Crown    Coal &     Coke   Company's
predated- [property.
Allen Hemphill,  Locator,
R. O. Belden, Agent.
Located Nov. 13tli, 1907.       37-0t
I'he Columbia skating rink is run-!
ning at full blast. McDermid a-
Moure are making a success with thej
rink because they look after the '
comfort pf their patrons. The ieel
is kept well swept and excellent
skating can he endulged in.
The Sisters of Charity extend their]
most    cordial    thanks to uli    those
whom so kindly sent Christmas gifts,             ____„_„ „,
which were received with much grati- fuliowing described land:
tude and highly appreciated.—S sters     Commencing at the m
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that .Tuhn Qlen, of
Fort Steele, B. C, Miner, intends to
applv for permission to purchase the
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■t St.   Kugene     hospital, Cranbrook, ner nf   Lot     780,  thence   east     60
_~^_^H |chains, south 27 chains, to Lot 310
Joseph McLean, the fur dealer and west «0 chains, north 27 chains     to
secund-luuid mun. is doing a    great iI,,,,nt ot commencement
business    with tlie Indians and trap
It
pels this winter. Mr. McLean
practically the only man buying fur
iu tlie district. Me carries a full
line of stoves, both new and second
hand, besides limits, tflioes and furniture. Mr. McLean's specialty is
fur and he is prepared to huv this in
any quantity, paving the best market
prices for tin* same, l
Kingsgate is a go a-head burg.
The people of that town raised Slltl-
lo give the 3d children there a
Christmas tree with nil the Santa
clans fixings. .1. I! Campbell, who
has lately taken ..ier ibe Kingsgate
hotel,   was thr     lifstigntor of    the
Dated November Ifith.
•lohn Glen.
1907.     37-!
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tree
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whole
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1 Is
a very
capable hotel man and along the
lines upon which he is running the
K illustrate hotel, there is no doubt
ihal ho will make a success.
M.
elvcd
selliti
tn
Yiiiiwnrmer, the man who
sells every lli ing, has just
car of tin nit nir, which he
at prices that cannot be
Mr. Va
lerstnml,
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore, of Crahbroolf, H. C., occupation, Law Student, intends to apply
for a special timher license over the
following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
the south-west corner of Timber License No. lOfifiO; thence west 40
chains, more or less, to the east
boundary of Lot 4591, thence north
10 chains, more or less, to the south
boundary ol Timber License Nu.
9313, thence east 10 chains, more or
less, to the west line nf Timber License 10600. thence south to the place
ol beginning.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Hated Nov.  10,  1907. 37-6t
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that ■'."
■lays after date I intend to apply to
tbe Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works for a special license tu cut and carry away timber
from tlie folluwing described lands:
Coiiimencing at a post marked
Henry P. Landeck'.*, north-east corner, lit the north-east corner of Timber Limil 6214, thence north 70
chains, to the north-west corner of
Timber Limit 0213, thence west (■(>
chains, to the south-west corner of
Timber Limit (J185, thence south 40
chains to the south-east comer of
Timber Limit t>215, thence west 60
chains, thence south 30 chains, thenco
east I2fi chains tu point of
tnencement.
Henrv F.  Landeck,
K. W. Hulls, Agent.
Gateway, ll. (.'.,    November
1907.
com-
30th,
37-flt
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date, 1, Mabel V. Landeck,
wife of II F. Landeck, Intend to
make application tu the Hon. the
Chief Commissioner ol Lauds und
Woiks lur one special license to cut
and carry away timber from the fuliowing described land:
Commencing at a post about 8
miles west of the Kootenay River,
along the International Boundary,
marked Mabel V. Landeck's southwest corner, thence enst 80 cbains.
thence north 80 chains, Ihence west
Kt) chains, thence south 811 chains
lu point of commencement.
Mahel V. Landeck, Locator.
II. I. Landeck, Agent.
Dated at Gateway, B. C, Nov. ■>
1907. 30-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that William Edwin
Stevenson, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Millman, intends to apply
for permission ty purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a P°st planted adjacent and attached to and in a
southerly direction from the southeast corner post of Lot 7317; tlience
south 60 chains, thence west 40
■hains, tbenee nortli 80 chains, thenco
east 40 cliains to point of commencement, and containing 240 acres, more
or less.
William Edwin Stevenson.
Dated October 16th, 1907.       33-M
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Nazalre Rocbon,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, a
Lumberman, intends to applv for a
special timber license over tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about, one mile north of the International Boundary line, and 1) milee
east of C. P. R. Lot 4591, Iheiice
west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence cast 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to the plfloe of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Nazal re Rochon.
Dated October 28th, 1907.        86-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Vea_jer, of Moyie, B. C., occupation,
Timber Cruiser, Intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
r t the northeast corner of Timber
ntaLctfrise 113*6. thence west 60 chains,
tn L. Clapp's Timber License,
thence north 106 ehains, thence east
t.U cbains, thence south 106 chains to
place of beginning.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd. 1907.       H3-6t
CKANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
selling of alt classes of goods handled by the second-hand dealer.
"Van" w n pleasant gentleman to
meet, and when yon leave his store
under    the  distinct  Impres-
DISTRICT OF SOUTH KAST KOO-
TENAY
Take notice that Ernest Pollard,
..f Winnipeg, Man., occupation,
Clerk, intends to   apply   for permis-
U'liici  is a    man sion  tn purchase the following    des-
the     buying and eiibeil lands
Commencing at a post planted on
the south boundary of .Inhn Orahan's
land (No. 7803) oh the west bank of
Klk River, about sixteen m'les north
Of    Michel: Ihence 28 chains     south
v. belli
sel I in I
thai   vnu    have
ei     ynu   have tu-iii
•        HAY FOR SALE
Hi     ship ou short  notice prairie
hay, green oat hay, chop feed. Write
foe    prices.      .lohn     Wilson,    High
River,  Alta. 87-11'
bargain!moro or less, to north boundary of
buying or'Lot 8152, thence east to Elk river.
Ihenee north following River to tho
soulh boundary of Craban's land,
thence west to point of commencement, containing 70 acres, more or
less.
Ernest Pollard.  Locator,
.lames R. Edmondson,  Agent.
Dated Nov. Sth, 1907. 37-01'
NOTICE
upali.
y, It.
Hie
s hereby given thai Unit.
date I,' I lei in I- Luudcck,
. Railway Agent, nf (tate-
'., inlend tn apply to     the
Chief     Commissioner     of
400
corner
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
ihence east 80 chains to point ol
commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Ootober 22nd, 1907.       35-61
Hon  ^^^^^^^
Lands ninl Works for a special license
to cut and carry away timber from
ihe I..Mowing described lands:
No I. Commencing at a post
planted at tbe south-west corner of
T. L. 6211, thence north 80 chains,)
ihisiiee wes( 80 chains, thence south
■chains, thence east Hn chains to
pMt of commencement
IHted December 16th,
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH KAST KOO
TENAY
Take notice that Louise Robertson,
of Winnipeg, Man., occupation, Spinster, intends to applv for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing nt a post planted at
the south-west corner ot Lot 4144;
Ibence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST  KOOTKNAY.
SOITHEKE DIVISION
Take notice that The Kast Kootenay Lumber Company, Limited, of
Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Lumlier Manufacturers, intend to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Lot number 617.S, Group One. Kootenay district.
Tho Kast   Kootenay     Lumber Com
pany, Limited-
Daled November  15th   1!>4*7.    35-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice Uiat Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a pout planted
160 chains north of the northeast
corner of Timber License 9766, thence
north 80 chains, tlience west 80
chains, thence south 60 chains, t-hooee
east 60 chains to point of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, l»t>7.      35-6t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice lhat Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occu-p-ition,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over Uio
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
320 chains north of tht- north-east
comer of Timber License 0768, tbenee
north 80 chains, thence west 80
cliains, thence south 80 chains, thence
e-ast 80 chains to point of commencement.
Arthur diaries Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1807.        35-Ct
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to applv
for a t_peu.il timber license over '.to
following described lands:
Commencing     at a   post     planted
i chains west and 12b chains north
of the north-west corner ot Timbei
License 1*033, thence north Kb ehains,
tlience east 60 chains, theuce suulh
80 chaius, thence west 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907.        35-tit
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Movie, B. C, occupation,
Timber ('miser, intends to apply
lor a special timber license over the
billowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
210 chains north ol the north-east
curner of Timber.License 9766, thence
north 80 chains, tbenee west 80
chains, thence soutb 80 chains,
theuce east 80 chains to puiut
uf commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907.       35-6t
CRANBROOK LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. O., occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends lo apply
for a special timher license over thu
following described lands;
cranbrook land district
District of kootenay
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license . tot ;bt
lui lowing described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted
",'a chains west of the north-west
turner ot Timber License 9033, thence
iu.ith 40 chains, thence ea-t 160
chains, thence south 40 chain*, theuce
west 160 chains lo puiut of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Ootober I'Zud, 1007.        35-til
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice  that    Arthur   Charles
Yeager, of  Moyie, B. C.„ occupation,
Timber    Cruiser,   intends    to npply
lor a special timber   license over ihe
following described lands:
Commencing     at a   post    planted
,.    _„- _,:..        *       .. ..»     ._i.__,t_»_i  "5 chains   west and 40 chains north
Commencing     at a   post      lanted wfrttf-wtet   corner 61 Timber
chains   north of   the   uoilli-east , .„,„„„ on,.j   UIZ.^ n**.**** «_. ..*...:*...
rSrWLicense nS'UmJ"  Uceuse 903a- ««*<* **$ w O^K
ot
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
46 chains, Uience west 160 chains
place ol commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907-        35-6t
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice  that    Arthur   Charles
Yeager, of  Moyie, B. U., occupation,
Take notice  that    Arthur   Charles Timher    Cruiser,   intends    to apply
Yeager. of Moyie, B. C, occupation, lor a special timber   license over the
Timher    Cruiser,   intends    to apply lollowing described lands:
for a special timber   license over Ihu '   Commencing     at a   post    planted
following described lands: 75 chaius west and 60 cliains   north
Commencing at a post planted of tlie north-west corner ol Timber
420 chains uorth of the north-west License 0033, tbenee north 40 chains,
corner of Timber License 0766, theuce thence east 166 chains, thence south
north 80 chains, thence west 66 40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
chains, thence soutb 80 chains, thenco \place of commencement.
east 80 chains   to point ofcommence-
ment.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd, 1907.       35-61
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Ootober 22nd, 1907.       35-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY        , _„_
__^___________m______ I'ako notice  that    Arthur   Charles
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore, I Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
of   Cittnbrook,   B.   O.,   occupation, Timber    Cruiser,   intends    to apply
Law Student, intends to apply for a for a special timber   license over the
sneeial timber  license   over the   fol- .following described lands:
folowiag described lands: I   Commencing    at a   post    planted
Commencing    at   a   post   planted 80 chains   north of   the   north-east
at   the   north-west   corner of    Lot corner of   Timber License No. 8766-
6126, Group 1, Kooteiiuy District,
theuce west 80 chains, thence south
80 drains, tbenee east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to place of
commencement.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Dated October 22nd, 1807.       35-til
theuce north 80 chains, thence wesi
80 chains, thence South 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd, 1907.       35-Ct
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
'lake notice that Lewis W. Palinoie,
ol Cranhrook, B. C, occupation
Law Student, intends to apply foe a
special timber license over the iol-
folowlng descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at the south-west cornei of Lot 6426,
Group 1, Kootenay District, thence
south 60 chains, theuce west 60
chains, thence north 80 cbains, thence
eaat 80 chains to place of commencement.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Dated Ootober 22nd, 1907.        35-61
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C. occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
tor a special Umber license over the
allowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
t the north-west corner uf Timber
License 9033, thence weet 75 -chains,
thence south 85 chains, thence east
15 chains, thence north 85 chains to
oint of commencement.
• Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1807.      35-61
CKANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Charles A. Taylor, of Craubrook, occupation, Teamster, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the lollowing described
Und:
Commencing at a post plauted at
the northwest corner of Lot 20H,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
20 chains, thence south 20 chains,
thence east 20 cbains to point of
commencement, and containing 4U
acres, more or len.
Charles A. Taylor.
Dated October 24, 1667.       35-91*
1907.
No. 2. Commencing at a post
plauted 80 chains west of the northwest corner af T. L. 6211, thenoe
north 160 cliains, thence west 40
chains, tlience south 160 chains,
Ibence east 40 chains to point of
commencement.
Daled December 17th, t907.
No. 3. Commencing at a post
planted 40 chnins west of the southwest coriier    of T. L. 13016, thence
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that    Arthur   Charles
containing 610 acres,;Yeager, ot  Moyie, B. C, occupation,
more or less. Timber    Cruiser,    intends   to apply
Louise Robertson, llor a -special timber   license over the
James R. Edmondson, Agent, following described lands:
Dated Nov. 5th, 1907. 37-9t*i   Commencing     at a   post    planted
 1106   chains   north   ol the north-east
corner of Timber License 11386,
tlience west 60 chains, thence north
106 chains, thence east 60 chains,
theme south 106 chains to place of
commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Edith Kirbv, of.
Winnipeg, Man., occupation, Spins-'
Ier, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at n post planted one.
ipili- south of Lot 2316, at the sunt'- I
._ ,west corner of Lot 2243; thence west
norlh   160 chnins,    thence west    40 120 chains, thenco north   80   chains,
cliains,     tlience   south 160    chains, ] thenco east 20 chains, thence    south
Dated October 23rd. 1907.        35-6t
NOTICE
Estray on premises, at Wardner, B,
C, two sorrel horses, branded on
|aw, white star on forehead. The
same have broken Into and done con*
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that East Kootenay
Lumber Company, Limited, of Craubrook, B. 0,i occupation, Lumber
Manufacturers, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted
about 30 chains soutb of tbe N. W.
corner of Lot 5808, Oroup One, Kootenay district, thence west 20 chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence aorth 20 chains lo
place of commencement, and containing 40 acres, mors or less.
East    Kootenay    Lumber Company,
Limited,
per Archibald Kenneth Leitch, Agent.
Dated at Jaffray. B. C, November 11th, 1807. 3l-9t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
imber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license Over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east corner of Timber
Lioense 9766, thence north 80 chains,
'thence west 80 cbains, thence south
10 chains, tlience eaat 80 cbains to
Mint of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Nov. 2nd, 1807. 35-ot
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat Lewis W. Patmore,
uf Cranbrook, B. C, oeeupatiou,
Law Student, intends to apply tor a
special timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east corner ot Lot
8126, Oroup 1, Kootenay District,
thence west 60 chains, thence south
80 chains, theoce east 80 chains,
hence north 80 cbains to place of
ommeocement.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Dated October 30tb, 1907.       35-6t
LAND NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 1, Harry
Hamilton McVittie, ol Cranbrook,
B. 'C.-,a   occupation^
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   SOUTHERN DIVI
SION, EAST KOOTENAY
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 year* ol
age, to the extent of one-quarter
section of 160 acres, more or less.
Knt i y must be made personally at
the local laud ollice lor the district
in which the laud is situate.
The homesteader is retfiiied to perform tbe conditions connected therewith under one of tbe following
plans:
(lj At least sn months' residence
upou and cultivation of tne land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, 11
the father is deceased), ot tbe home-
-iteader resides upou a farm iu tbe
vicinity of the land entered for, the
rctpiirenieots as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler bas his permanent residence upon farming Uud
owned by bim in the vicinity of Us
homestead, tbe requirements aa to
residence may be satislied by residence upon tbe said land.
Six months' notice iu writing
should be given to tbe Comiuissiouei
ol Dominion Lauds at OLtaaa ot intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at
(iu per acre for wit coal and $20
lor anthracite. Not more than 32t>
acres cau be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the
rate uf len cents per ton of 2,000
pouuds shall be collected on the
grown output.
w w Cory
leootf of the Minister of th* Interim
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, ot
Waldo, IL C. occupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply fur a special
timber license over the following
escribed lands:
Commencing at     a    post   planted
,it the south-west comer ot Lot No.
6175,  Ihence south So chains,  theuce
east     80 chains,    tltence norlh     60
chains,     thence    west     80 chains to
place of     beginning,   and centaining
uiu acres, more or less, „
Ross - Saskatoon    Lumbei Company,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907,     .
Time     lor     publication   of    above
notice in   local     paper extended     to
December  19th,  1007.
.1. F. Armstrong,
\sslstniit   Commissioner    of   Lands
and Works tor. the Southern Division of Kast  Kootenay. 39-6t
Mange done de la rncrde sacra maudit
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT    '
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumlier Company, Limited, of
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply (or a'special
timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about 15 chains west and 120 chains
south ol the south-west corner of
Lot No. 6171. or at the south-east
winter of License Lot No. 8055,
thence smith 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north SO chains,
thence east Mi chains to place ol
commencement, and containing . 640
acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon Lumber Compahv.
Limited.
Dated November 13tb, 1907.
Time for publication of above
notice in local paper extended to
December 19th, 1907.
J. F. Armstrong,
Assistant  Commissioner    of   Lands
and Works tor the Southern Division of East Kootenay. 38-6t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
dlSTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that
Lumber Company, ^^^^^^^^
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumbermen, Intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at    a   post   planted
about 30 chains soutb of tbe    northwest corner ot License Lot No. 8601,
thence west about 110 cbains to   the
east boundary of C. P. R. Lot 4591,
theuce south 50 chains, thence   east
110   chains,    thence north 50 chains
to place of beginning, and containing
640 acres, more or less.
Ross • Saskatoon   Lumber Companv.
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time    for    publication   of   above
notice in   local     paper extended     to
December 19th, 1907.
Jj F. Armstrong,
\sslstant   Commissioner    of   Lands
and Works for the Southern Division of Kast Kootenay. 39-6t
840 acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon    Lumher Company,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time     lor     publication   uf    aNofa
notice in   local    paper extended    fo
December nth, 1907.
.1. F. Armstrong,.
Assistant   Commissioner    ot   Lands
and Works for the Southern Dlfl-
sion uf East Kootenay. 3t-8t
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRUST
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
11,      oi
umhet--
speeiil
.lowW|
Take notice    that    Koss-Saskatote
Lumber       Company,     Limited,    ff
Waldo,     B.  C, occupation,  Lutt
men, intends to    apply lor a spi
timber    license   over    the follow
described lands: ^^
Commencing at     a    post   pltiHpn
ii0 chains west ol the south-west Y^
ner ot License Lot No. 8603,   th
south 40 chains, thence west to
ea>-t boundaiy     ot tbe C, P. R.i
1591, abuut UU chains, tbenee ■$
4b chains,     theuce east 16U
tu place uf commencement, and
taining uiu acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon   Lumber Comtflsy,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time    lor    publication  of   ettpfb
notice in   local    paper extended    to
December UHli, ia07.
J. F. Armstrong*^
Assistant   Commissioner     of
and Wutks lor the Southern i
sion ul East Kuoteaay.
V
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTKIlfr
DISTRICT    OK  KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Roas-SaskitpAl
Lumber Company, Limited, of
Waldo. B. C, occupation, Lumbermen,'intends to apply for a speml
timber license over the folloiftfc
described lands;
Commencing at a post plimfl
about loo chains west and 40 chains
south of the south-west corner *ot
Lot No. 6171, or 20 chains weft^Bt
the north-west coiner of License Nb.
8603, tbenee south SO chains, theuAi
west M' chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east SO chains to -tile
lace of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon Lumber Company,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Tune for publication of abbfe
notice in Nx-al paper extended tb
Decembei 18th, 1907.
J. F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner     of   Letts
and Works for the Southern W»|-
sion of East Kootenay.
m
CRANBROOK LAND DlSTRKtf
DISTRICT OF     SOUTHERN Aftfl-
SION,  KAST KOOTENAY
Take nnt ire that George Oenrf.tM
Fort Steele, B. C, occupation, Eff-
ery Stable Owner, intends to inh
for a special timber license over tie
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted It
the nor.h-east corner ol J. 3tttH-
van's pre-emption, thence south w
Hains. tbenee east 20 chains, thd-A
soutb 80 cbains, thence east ft
chains, thence north 80 chains, tlAA
wrest 20 chains, thence nortA Tl
chains, thence west 17 chains, tMkA
north 3 chains, thence west 111
chains t-> ; l.u-e nf comma fem.'V.
George Geatr.
Dated December Gth, 1907.       IWl
.RANBROOK   LAND DISTRlift
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV
Take notice    that   Eaet K.o\ia**i
Lumber Company Limited, oi OftM-
brook, B.    C, occupation,    Liu**
_   ,  _       Manufacturers, intend to applf   _M
Ross-Saikatoon | permission to purchase tht loWBfc
Limited,     ol j,..scrit,ed land:
Commencing at a post pladlM
about Si) chains south ol the N._
orner ol Lot 5608, Group One,
ena. District; tbei.ee
chains, thence south M
thence east 20 chains; thence
20 chains to place of comroenee__ebt,
snd containing 40 acres, more w
less.
East   Kootenay   Lumber   CompsMy,
Limited.
Dated December 13th, 1107.    SMI
(hence ensl   to rlwliis In point    nl,lR) chains to jiolnt of commencement, slderalile   ilanisRe to garden
commencement. ' * -
Hii.i.1 December 18th, 1907.
Henry F. Landeck, Locator,
. Eathen W. Butts, .April.   40-«t
I riintnining 16li seres, more or lets.
.lames R. Edmondson, Agent.
I Edith Klrhy,
Dated Not. Ith, 1907. 37-M-
may    have    the
damages   and expenses.
S. .1. Harrison, P. O. Ho«"S,
ner, B. O.
^^^    Owner
same by    paying
Apply    to
Take notice that I, Lyman J. Taylor, ol Cranbrook, B. C, occupation,
Teamster, intend tu apply lor permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
ilie north-east cornet ol Lot 7327,
». v., uvw,u...v-, General Agent: I thence south M chains, thence east
agent lor Victor Albert Rollins, ol!*. chains, thenco north 40 chains,
L'rahbtook, B. 0., occupation, Hotel • thence west 20 chains to point ol
Keeper, Intend to apply lor pcrmis- commencement, anl containing 80
tion to purchase sit hundred and acres, more or less,
lorty acres ot land bounded as    lot- Lyman
lows: Dated Nor. 30, 1906.
Commencing at a post plantod on
tht West boundary ot Lot 339, O. 1,
East Kootenay, eighty chains south
ol tht northwest corner of ssid Lot;.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
h_£*__ *?'-b  _,.,lltl, S*1"11 "'""J SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN HOME-
west eighty    chains,    tience    south
Taylor
3»-9t
S«'i
east eighty
lace of commencement.
Victor'Albert Rollins,.
Harry Hamlltoo VcV.ttie, Agent.
. . -■__ .. j. _>■   «___■ ,,._.
Ightt 'chains,    Uience
chalni to pli
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Dated Octo** '11, M»7.
within
*■•*% .Coliabk, mm bt
nrailaUt   Dominion    Undt
Railway Belt In .Brit*-*
CRANHROOK   LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, of
Waldo, II. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to appiy (or a special
timber licen.se over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
20 chains west of the s..nth-west corner ol License Lot No. 8601, thence
soulh 80 chains. tbei.ee nest 80
chnins, thent-i* north 80 chsins,
thence east 811 chains to place., of,
commencement, ami containing 640
acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon Lumber Conipanv.
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time for publication of above
notice in local paper citended to
December 19th, 1907.
.1. F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    ol   Lands
and Works tor .be Southern Division ot East Kootenay.        39-nt
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH-EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Mayook Lumfcr
Company, Limited, of Mayook, B.
II.. occupation, Lumber Manufacturers, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following descrWed
land:
Commencing at a post planted kt
the south-east corner ot Lot rfo.
331, Group 1, Kootenay District,
Ibence south 40 chains, thence *tst
in chains, thence north 40 chalftt,
thence east 40 chains to the point ot
commencement, and containing KI
ni-res. more or less.
Mayook Lumber Company, Limited.
Dated December 7th, 1907.       3»-«t
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tbat tlihty
dayl alter date I, Henry F. Uti-
deck, occupation, Railway Agtnt, VI
Oateway, ... C, intend .o apply \o
the lion, the Chiel Coiiutiislloner of
Lands and Works for a special ,'i-
t-ensc to cut and carry away tiniBK
from the following described landt^
No. 1.       Commencing   at a
planted at the north-west corner
Timber Limit 6211, thence north .
chains, thence east   40 chains, thel
north 40   chains,    thence   west
chains,   thence   south     120   chad
thence   east 40   chains to point
commencement.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAV    1
_-^^^^^——                             ■   N'o. 2.       Commencing
Take notice   that    Ross Saskatoon ' planted about 40 chains north i
Lumber      Company,     Limited,     ol north-east    corner  ol Timher
Waldo,    B. C, occupation, Lumber- 6211. thence east 40 chalnt,    thej
men, intends to    apply for a special north  80    cbains,   thenct west
timher    license   over    the following chains,     Ihence   south    40   cbafl
described lands:                                  I thence  east 40 chains,   thenco sot.
Commencing at     a   post   planted 4li   chains   to    point   of eommenl
at the N. E. corner of Lot No. 1212, . ment.
Group I,    thence    west about    401
ehains to (he north-west corner    of |   No. 3.      Commencing
l.ot No. 8262. thence   north    ttout planted at the north-west i
21 chains    to the   north line of Ll- Timber Limit 6207, thence i
cense   Lot No, 8607,    thence   west chains, thence north 80 chaint, th-*f
about 15 chains to the east line    of west    go   chains,   thenct   soutll M
l.ot     No.    6173,     thence north 80 chain,, t„ noint of commencement.
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence          ||,.r,rv p, Landeck,   Locator,
south 60 cbslns,   thence east   about          Eathen W. Ilutts, Agent.
.16 chaias, tbenee .south  ,4(L jchliH.. Dated at    Oatewso, B.- O.,■*
tt platt ot beginning, aad tvntttWaf |    -	
»t»   ti£
north ot Vfe
imber LiHR
at a    pt*
it corner   *t
ice east    N
be* 7th,;W»l.v i •
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NARROW ESCAPE
IIIK WI.V..N>ltTII    HOTEL   ANU
IIKRAI.l. IN DAN0F1H FROM
KIRK
About t. ..'i-liick last Tuesday evening lire broke nut in the laundry at
the rear ol the Wentworth hall, and
in two or three minutes the two
rooms were a roaring lurnace, am)
owing In tlie nature ol the buildings
il was nnt thought possible to suvo
tin- linll or hotel, and that meant the
destruction ol the Herald building
whieh adjoins the hotel. An alarm
wns .souiiiloil and the fire brigade responded pit,nipt ly and never did bet-
li-r work, mill within fifteen minutes
Hit' Maze was eitinguished. The
ili'stiiii-iioti uf tho group of buildings
meant n loss of nearly $:.n,nn.l and
llu- good work ol the department
nude those iii.i-ri's.til Iih-I happier.
It is Iim,, [or .he ciuin-il lo out
oul lhe curlew hell, as many nl the
I'm- buys lhat night thought the
lire .iiiuiii was Hie curlew, and paid
im attention lo it at first, which
cause!)  seveial minutes delay.
ALL BACK TO WORK TODAY IN
THE BOUNDARY
I'lioenis.      Uii-.    at.—The hi-st   pus-
ilile Christmns presenl Hut    could
have    come to   the   pn.pl,. of    th,,
lloiiiulini. was delivered today, when
iln- .liiiinl Forks (.nioltoriii.na' union
nil Phoenix Miners' union decided to
return lo work al once at the mines
mil    smelting   works nf the Oranb.
'niisnliilnieil     Mining   &    Smelting
-ompany.
The men will start in al Hie Oran-
liv iniiies in this camp the dav after
Christmas and also at the smelter. In
lhe course ol n week nr two the full
complement should he at work somewhere hetwr.n Sill, and lonn employes.
CHRISTMAS AT THE HOTELS
The hotels of Cranhrook have always heen not eil for the magnificence
of the Christinas dinners served hy
them. This year, however, thev surpassed everv previous effort. ' This
is distinctly meritorious ou their
part, because in one wav thev were
working under a disadvantage, as so
many of the regular guests of an
hotel were out to dine with friends in
the city. But those whn partook of
Christmas dinners last evening at
any of the Hotels in Cranhrook wero
well served and enjoved themselves
immensely. \t tour ol the hotels
onch sue.st was presented with a
most artistic menu eard as a souvc-
ncr, the work of the Herald print
shop and were much admired.
At the Cranhrook the tables were
arranged in the shape ol the letter T
with Cteorge IIoRgarth, and Mrs.
Hoggarth at one end of the T, and
V. A. Kollins and Mrs. Rollins at the
other, while the invited guests sat
iH-twcen tbem. The regular guests
of the house occupied the main body
of the table. The beautiful dining
room was decorated with palms and
potted plants and the table, which
grbatied under the weight of the
viands provided, was adorned with
the new silverware, glass and china
cf-peojally  imported from England.
At the Cosmopolitan Mr. and Mrs
IC. M. Small entertained a large number tn dinner besides their regular
patrons, and ir there Is a man in
C| ran brook who makes an ideal host
Iv II. Small is that individual. The
Mellenry orchestra rendered musical
Koleotiniis during dinner.
At the Royal Frank VanDecar and
Mrs. VanDecar and Manager Cole,
led a very large number at tables arranged in the shape of a cross. The
room ami tables were artistically decorated. The dinner was one of the
liest ever served in Cranbrook and
1 liis is saying a great deal. The
Cranbrnnk orchestra was in attendance during the meal.
At the Wentworth Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Clapp had not only their regular boarders hut a number uf invited
guests. The dining room was specially decorated fnr the occasion and
the' menu included all those items
which go to make up a first-class
Christmas dinner.
Though the Imperial, the Canadian,
the Manitoba and the Queens did nnt
this year make any elaborate preparations still, as is their custom,
they gave their patrons a thoroughly
good Christmas meat, which was
heartily appreciated hy everyone pre
sent.
A   (1RKAT    DANCE  ORCHESTRA
The    Mellenry     Novelty orchestra
has made a hit with the people     of
novel orchestra
Cranhrook.
This
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played the best dance music that
has ever been beard in this city.
V.. II. Small, who, ns everybody
ktinws, is nne nf the enthusiastic
dancers in town, savs he never danced tn music as good. The extraordinary part nf this orchestra is that
it consists of only two players, but
these two, Oeorue .1. McHenry, at
the piano and Wm. <•• Swayne nn
thi' snare drums, the bass drum, the
cymbals, the tambnrene, the sand
iics and the snnotls, make ns much
volume nf sound as nny four or Ave
piece nrcbeslra. This orchestra has
to he heard to he understood nnd
appreciated. A great novelty in
connection with it is the singing hy
Mr. Mellenry, who has a very pnw
erful baritone voice, nf thi- wait/
songs accompanied hy lbe pt.mo and
the drums. Thr Mellenry orchestra
have n large repertoire nf standard
dance music besides alt the new
nopular  snim-dances which  Mr.    M<
THIS WEEKS SPECIALS AT
BURNS BROTHERS
Sale of Shirt Waists
In Nnw, Crimson mul Grey lirotiiiils, nciit designs, and made
of good Flannelette   Worth 81.25.
Special Price, 85c. each
ANOTHER   SPECIAL  WAIST,   in Cream Lustre.
Were $150.   Now $1.00 each
House Dresses
liiteriul in Blue, Black anil Ci
All Reduced.
$1.40, $1.75 and $2.00 each
Made id' IIikhI .Miilcri.il iu Blue, Black and Crimson Grounds
All Reduced.
Dressing Jackets
In Perfect Colorings anil tlie Smartest uf Shapes
Special Prices: H5C, $1 05 and $3.75 each.
Ladies' Tweed   Coats
We luivi'nnly six left n.-i-r frmti uur Hi-iisnii's ImyiuKS. add iuiv
n.tiict-ii tliciu tu 1 Heel sun- in l.ttiku a sjit.-ily clciiiuui-i*.
$12.50 Coats for
$15.50     "      "
$775
$12.50
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BURNS BROTHERS,llK" "UIK
' CKANBROOK, U.C.
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Si a
I Canadian Hotel §
One of the pioneer hotels of Cran- fi
fi brook.   Warm rooms, good meals fi
and a bar stocked with the best fi
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I Joseph Brault, Proprietors
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Campbell &  Hanning
Have been in business a little over a year,
but this Christmas season their business was
more than satisfactory, and they appreciate
the (act and wish the people of Cranbrook
and district
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
******************************************** ;
New und Strictly First-Class
American Plan. *2."i0 per day up
Telephone2U86
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
Chas. Habtney. Proprietor.
Vancouver, B. C.
Cor. Seymour ami Oonlovu Sts
Oppnste (7.1'. ll. Station
Wentworth Hotel
lH.AI'l' .* HOI.I.INS. I'mprielors
CRANBROOK
B. C.
Thin >• .lis hotel ..mt ..icy talk soon..
Who ure" they" '.'
The people.
Why ,1,1 " limy " talk '.'
On aiaoiiul of lhe iiooil meals, the comlurliilile mains, llie escel-
Irnl service, nml the canlial.conr leans trm.iiiantacc.inl.nl lo nil, - -
meal 11. the Weii.wor.li nnil yon Inn-mini u Wnii.wiirlh hooitar.
llu. n
ry it.
The llrolhcrliiiod ol Railway Trainmen will give their annual ball on
New Year's live tills year st the new
opera house and    Uie commutes    in
Henry nils in so ns to. as he says,|™»W.»reJ^VT'rlKnok"   c*.
keen nil len (Inirrrs ...Iln. :,.     once, fl** , '•* ,WJ .'    '""S'S* „.£.
Ills   Mr.   Mcllcnrv's    'intention ti."".'./"".."'    a*t*. £ L£d Si   JfE
Incut,,   ticrninnenllv In Crnnhrimk It ,'*-,«■'• «'»?•..  ,e\rJV"lnd.,£!_
tlie    various rlnnce committees   itlvn ■'«< "•■>»'' ■<-" -o secure » «"•*•„,.
liim sndicicnt eiicniinii-ctneti..    lie is   —	
.nkc eneneem.n.s it. outside *' 	
onen t
points in lhc district nlso.
NOTICI.
\ miP.AT nnF.AT GRANDMOTHER
Suable, heller known among the
Kn'ot-ennv Indians nt Ihe Mission ns
ilie Onccn. Is
Notice    is hereby given that thirty
days alter date   1, Henry    F. l.uu-
deck, occopatlgn, Railway Agent, ol • ,.._•_,__,,   ,__,
Oateway, II. C, intend to apply   to , for MO Inches, dated Msrch I, 18m.
IN TIIK MATTKII ol llie Watnl
liauses .lonsolldation Act, AND
IN THK MATTKII ol an Appllci
Hon ol Malcolm llorlc, lot all
interim record ot ISO Inches nl
water mil  ol St.  Joseph's ileel,
Take notice lhat Malcolm llml.-,,
having applied lor an interim recoil
„l waler out ol St. Joseph's Cre■*
as ng.al.isl the record of John w
.Inlhrailli lor sawmill purposes, dal-
wl Jan. 7th, 1H7S. lor DM Inches, and
as against the record of James Baker
eren. i>rr„. grind- ll|fl ,j0|1- |he lillie[ i;0inmiasloner ol All objections thereto must be Died
mother. Soiihle Is nlioilt 05 years Unda mi Works tot a HfccM n. I wl(h m. brfore the soth d,y 0, B(l.
,,. u»e uiu. Is the widow o < h.e. MMe tn i.ut allj mty away timher wmher, 11.07, and in default of recelv-
J.wnh alter whom Josephs cr-i>V |tom tllc |0||owing described lands: I ln. ,ny such objections, I will prn-
»i.il     Josenli's   nrairie,    on   which    Commencing at a post planted    at ,.„*. to 1
,    , _     oi      "...■■— „..--,..-,  .„...„ hear the said application nn
Pr-iiihrnoV   slnnds. nre nanind     «He tne    n„uth-west   corner   ot   a post   Monday, the   SOth day ol Decem.ier,
is the mother ot   the;1ale OWcl Isn- muM    xim'.er   Limit 6314, Ihence  1907, at eleven    o'clock in the torc-
dorn. whose name Is handed down M nottll j0   0|)ain9i    thcnce west    80 B00tl.
K,„i..rc Canvon and ls-idni*    rnnch.   ,ta)n, ttoM souti, M chains, thence 1   T>at-r.l tills   3rd    dav ot December.
Isadora's   iLiinrhter    Msrths hectime      t ,.„ (.hai||H to poi„t 0, commence-  ,1,7 '
^ti-s   ..nVe n»d    .heir daiich.er Ann, .
,,-lm is ni.n-lM. to Mr, Francis,   has ment.
-,   tilde   hoe hv name    Nicola, thus .'   ' ',  'S, »   A«lt
 Hm, Rniihie a .rent  .rent   grand- Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
mother.       There Is nn   race suicide    Dated »*.
among the Kootenays.
bsr 5th, 1107.
(lateway. B. C, Decsm-
-    .        »Mt
J. F. Armstrong,
Assistant Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for the Southern Division ol East Kootenay.       89-at
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