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Array 52     (0
VOI.UMK   II
THE CRAW BROOK HERALD.
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OltANBROOK,   IIIMTISII   COLUMBIA,   Till 1ISHAY.  AIMtll.   30,   1II..S
NO. II
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A GREAT FRUIT COUNTRY
NOTES OF NOTED MEN
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SUMMER WEIGHT BAL-
BRICCAM UNDERWEAR
SI OU iii $2,110 per Sull
I
STANFIELD'S
Summer Weight.   All Wool
$2.50 lo $5.50 per Suit
SILK & WOOL COMBINATIONS
$5.00 per Suit
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Yoo -Wh/EAR A FINE!
IHALO f"*d LIKE,BUT
TWATWONTriMlSH^'R .
, ATTIRE, ANY AIWE THAU A ME
iVIILL. AVID Iill BETTER'f&O Am
THE &ETTI R Y< .; Snout-n
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LIGHT SUMMER WEIGHT
COMBINATIONS
$2.00 per Suit
ENGLISH SPUN SILK
$8.00 lo $10.00 per Suit
We carry a complete line of
Men's Tiiriiishinus
TM l*.,:ru. you
600V    DRCS-S    WILL    MAKE    YOU    BETTER,
BECAU.SE dressing well will BRING   YOU
CONTENT. WHEN YOU 60 TO BUY DREW.
COME TO THE -5TORE THAT CARRIED THE
RIGHT KIND OF THINGS TO DREW YOU. THE
MAY DAY I-S NEARLY HERE AND YoU WI-SH
TO BE PREPARED FOR IT, DO YOU NOT? WE
CAN PREPARE YOU FoR THE MAY DAY AS
FOLLOWS
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Iwo-piece
Summer Suits
I hkIhIi I laniicls
$6.00 to $10.00
Two-piece
Fancy Tweeds
$10.00 lo $15.00
Two-piece
Fancy Wurstetls
$15.00 to $ ItMIO
I wo piece
'Special Order"
$15.00 lo $25.00
li-i-
, ,* dav, however, is tl
i >• dcvolopmem and |
I >♦ their attention nior.
\ '♦ [planting ... fruit tn
SIR IIENRV
The Kight
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I       THE LATEST IN STICK PINS
♦ Just crrivcJ. sel with lade, Coral and Cameo, mounted I
Sin claw an J burnished settings.    Inexpensive, neat and I
f right up to the minute.    Call in and have a look at
{them.
»
FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS.
W. T. HMD
"OFF Till*:    BEATEN TRACK.'
i    On May  III.   II,  ¥1, 111 and 11 Miss
Ada 1.. A. Murciitt, ol   London, Kng-
I land, will give a series oi lectures   in
tho I'leahytnrian church.     Aliss Mtir-
'Cult is a Fellow   of iln- flro-.nl ileol-
i lish C.eographical Society and
j world-wide traveler.     Among
,'|subjects Miss Murciiti  tectum     i
sre:   '-Japan   and   lbe    Japanese,
"New  " ^^^^^^^
LIBERAL-. TO NOMINATE
CONVENTION Wil,I, TAKE I'l.AI'K
IN NELSON IN .11 NK
the
The l.iln-riil nomination
tion for lbe Dominion elector;
trict of Kootenay, will take
on the afternoon of Thursday,
4, at Nelson. The following
in this district are ontillcd to
I .iti.I
I W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler Mid
(•rndimteOptician
Rj)ich Cut Glass
*%*****,**««%*<*%-%-*%*%%
A large audience Oiled    tii«* Meth*
dist church on Monday evening last
in honor of Mr. anti Mrs. W. T
Reid, wlio are shortly leaving' this
city for tho coast.' Tbe pastor.
Ri»v. H. Hughes, occujfl   the eliairlf
•ml after a few opening remarks «w™ v,l[u,\,\ "The Home oi nemo-'"' 'V,B "TJV *lv
called upon 0 IV. Patmoro whoU™/'^om_n ot Other^La.idV''?*Ural,*et "•' M^<"i
.poke  as one  of lhe   early Pioneers., .™;   sl , ()     , ,„,,,*„     ,u,d
and   told   how   Mr. Reid had nearly «&,   0„d     i„     Island   Prison,
er, years   ago'    helped ta the -stab-   «™,»   ,.     M,S8 Mureutt has   luui,.
andm™,ndit*( *+%***** j""a   » *".!lid 'f*?^ ^'T '"* *? 5Te, 1   .Mayook, i; .''rothers Mill, 1;
ii^,',;cpfeS^;r,them;s,cvs,' *: ^ •■aSsa, 'SAi, » jHtLA*11 flv^ -1;- 1>m-y
k ». Ryekn,a„, .be quarterly ohlcial   »     . li ™ »"' Zite ^ 'l-'US 	
hoard,    Dr. Connolly,    the Bpworthi—-".:-."..   -  ■—> ...;~. «-t   «»- "a;?a* *i  w*jenay_, t
/Cranbrook, V; l-'cmie, ti,
I Kitchener, 1; Creston, I
Kimberley, I; Kurt- Steele,
I Steele Junction, I, Kyan, It,
I ilis-
plate
.In lie
points
the
below:
I.
AC1RICI [/PURE    AM) HORTlCUtr
TURK DEVELOPING RAPIDLV
IN THK    CllANBROOK Last Mondav
DISTRICT anniversary   of
Blessed with an Ideal climate anil|**rt Spencer,
soil the Cranhrook district is rapidly
becoming a Iruit country. In those
halcyon days of ten vears a:^o when
all ih.it was thought about was
a here to get a mineral claim, few
Individuals in the country turned
their attention to the great possibilities along the line of agriculture
*nd horticulture. Next came the
days of timber staking and tliis
its turn occupied the minds of      the
pie ol South Kast Kootenay. To-
however, is the day of laud
people are tuning
more and more to the
planting >.f fruit tree* and tbe brlng-
llng ol the fertile I arils of this valley
[under the influence ol the plow and
the harrow. Much has already been
done hut a great deal still remains
to he dune. William Hamilton has
proved, even to the most skeptical,
that apples, plums and pears can ho
grown and     well grown, on the
benches around Cranbrook. W. A.
Doran has demonstrated that no better strawberries can be grown out ol
doors than those grown in this dislriel. K. ('. Smith has made an
unqualified success ol grain growing
and the culture oi roots on the St.
Marys prairie, Malcolm Heath Is
growing timothy on the upper tenches
ul St. Joseph's creek which cannot be
beaten anywhere. in fact everyone
of the pioneer farmers, ranchers and
Iruit growers ol the district have
been successful. Of course manv t-x-
periments had io be made, some of
them wore successful and others were
uot. But the failures made by the
experimentalists have been the means
of showing thus*- who are starting in
io the horticultural and agricultuial
Business now what to lea-re alone aa
*ell as what lo take up. Lands
which may now be purchased at a
comparatively small price will iu a
fery short lime Increase tremendously in value sn that anyone buying
land at the present time may be sure
af making money, not only out uf
That may be grown but also out ol
the Increase in the value of the land
Itself, There is nothing that is
better asset to a country than
community of small land holders each
making a good living off bis five, ten
w twenty acres as ihe case may be.
because it settles up a country in a
nay that nothing else cau. We Dave
the country, the climate and t-he soil
and we ate getting the people. Kvery
Citizen ot South East Kootcuay
ih.i.ild do his level bcrt to ma^c the
advantages of the district as a home
(or farmers and fruit growtrs known
tu those on the outside. The !*>ards
3l Hade are doing their pail, the
newspapers theirs and it is the dutv
if every individual to put their ef-
forts forward so that the great
truth of "East Kootenay is a good
fruii country" shall be known
throughout the length and breadth of
the American continent.
Sirdar
Movie, 2,
i:   ' Fori
Marts-
I personality, a musical voice ar
i ceptional elocutionary ability.
! has traveled four times around
World and has If ft t-w hi**t*n
! to explore out-of-the-way
I where no other white woman ha;
f j been.     Miss Mureutt did most
f von wish tu
ply wish to enjoy
TATE
Jeweler "
.ea*-ue, Mr,   Morton thc choir,   Mrs.
lan.-v, ihe Ladies Aid, Mrs.    (1. T.
lloneri thp W.C.T.U. and Mr. li. T.
itojrprs the citizens ol Cranhrook.
All   the   speakers spokt* In      Iiiuii
terms ot tbe    work    done in       tin 	
eium-h and in the city ranorally byIraveling in lbe Interest of a literary
[Mr. ami Mrs. field, „,,«-i»i *.•*.,•<■•.■. in.- ,,.„,!,„„',. s„ that she lind npportllnl-
ini- laid on the work in the musi- ,fra .u„* oHnleees which are denied
cal rireles      by Mrs. Itenl. ,,„ ,)„h,1,,rv travelers.
|   lleneral rt*sret    was also expressed ,	
at    thc departure ol Mr.    and     Mrs.
who   have been     loyal CANADA
Miuiui, Wasni ,.   (-j-^.a)^ i(   Hykarts,'  1.
<j_» .laitray, 1|,   Klko, 1, Morrissey Mines
,n.. ',    .'arlionado, 1-   Morrissey, 1; l.'oa!
ir^w l'reek. "•   "Parwood, 1;   Michel,    1;
places Tho '""I'' 'I '"", Crows Nest, I.
e'er ■ '
1 her TWO    HL'.NDRKD
FIVR   DEAD
AND TWENTY
AND FIVE
HtiNnni-in injured
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•» ♦♦•»♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
FOR BLOWING OFF A *
FRIEND
,u   in   other word'
^^^^ lor lhe
ol euostit, sonie ol
IIIUII I I.ASS WINKS nre
mill* desirable, tun abm-ii-
"WHITE SEAL" IS TNE BEST
A. L McDERMOT
Wholesale Wine Merchant
PHONE   17
K. Reid       —_______,	
supporters of     the church.
After tbe addresses* the pastor
presented a framed testimonial which
read as follows:
Dear Mr. and Mrs, lleid: The members and friends ol the Methndisl
ehureh wish to place on record their
appreciation ol your faithful work
lor the Kingdom of God, and ti* as
sure you ot their sincere regret al
jour departure Irom their midst.
Krom Cranbrook's earhest, beginning
until now, you have been our iriends,
and this hus very largely contributed
lo ihe present prosperity of our
work. The official Hoards, lhe
Sunday   School,   the    Kadie
Louisiana, Missioaippi unil   Mabania
were visited last   week by a toman..
p-.ri.pn-c *hich tasted   thirteen    Hours      and
i Ainum 4^   a vast am(Mirit      of     damage,
e.tusinga loss  of life and       property
seldom   equalled      in   the        south.
Whole towns have been wiped out and
_    _ the  loss of life has heen stupendous
Baptist as the patron the   negro   population being      most
Some time ago   a affected, though- it   is    reported Ihal
GETS       A
SAINT
A   despatch   from     Home   says: A
papal decree has been issued assigning the
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Railway Equipment
New mul  Kt'l.iv i.ti! Pulls, Shay (learctl Locomotives,
llcislcr (inured Locomotives
I.okkiiik Curs nnil Trucks, Sawmill Machinery,
Sufes and Vault Doors
ilorprb
ul Catalogue.
♦
♦
1
Gorman, Clancey & Qrindley, Limited
NKI.SUN. II. .'.
.null Ave. West
GAMUtlY
7611*2*4 ll, till Street
EDMONTON, Al.T.t.
oritit-s.
Read The HERALD
and particuhiiiy the elioir, have heen
laid under deep obligation hy your
unselfish services, all or which will
tud soon he forgotten. Your home
has been the renter of Christian
hospitality, and many of our young
Lpeople hftVfl lieen cheered and comfort-
!>d therein, and made to feel thai
thev were nol without friends in
this Western land. We |>rav that
the blessing of (Iod may rest upon
you and your family, ami (hat iu
the new home to which you go,
prosperity—both spiritual and tem
noral—may ever he yours to enjoy.
While miming your kindly presence
atiM  influence,  we shall  lind    com tori
In the tt gbt that  others arc being
blessed hv your Christian sympathies
and labors of love.
HV remain, vours affectionately,
Roberl Hughes, Pastor, I
O. W.    Patmore.   Secretary Trustee
Hoard, I
S. W, Ityekman,     Recording Steward,
E, It, Patmore, Secretary      Sunday
School,
R W. Patmore,     President Epworth
League,
Mrs,   F. Parks,   President       Ladies'
Aid.
Cranhrook, Hritish Columbia. April
I7tta, IMS.
On behalf of the W.C.T.U. Mrs.
Rogers presented a very beautiful
Itolden how brooch covered with
pearls', to Mrs. Held, who replied in
leeling terms to the various expressions of regard that had been
given, Mr. Reid also gave un
address, and after the parting hymn
lad heen sunn the audience adjourned
to the flym where refreshments
had heen propared, over one hundred But
| Bitting down to tbe tables. Miss
j Prest  sang a solo during   the even-
Si. -lohn the
saint of Canada
petition was sent to the Vatican    by between'  forty  and   llftv white   per
the Archbishop of Quebec.    It     was tons perished.
signed   by thotisantis    of     Canadian .'        |
Catholics, and it impressed the   Pope
very mueh.    It is customary for each KKW    FKATUR I)    FOR      (RAN
country to have a patron saint,   and BROOK
several have been officially proclaimed ■■■-""
as such    hy the Holy See in  several     There has been a pressing nceu
countries,    provinces and even cities. Mie past year in Cranbiook tor
A relic of the saint wiil be sent from up-to-date   rooming
Aid, (,,,,(, to Canada by the Vatican auth-        " "***
for
THE RACES
HERBERT SPENCER
the 27th, was     the
the  birth of      Her-
. ,     the    ffreat Kngliab
philosopher. Spencer was born in
ffce city *A Derby in 1S20. His
father was a schuo<master and a
Itreat lover of science of all kinds
but especially oi natural history u
all its branch's Young Spencer in*
berited this lo\e of science and, although his father was anxious that
he should take a course in arts at
Cambridge, be became a civil engineer Ih preference. From IMS until
1852 be was sub-editor of Uue
"Economist," a newspaper devoted
to science- and political economy. His
dm important work was "Social
Statistics,'' which was published in
In I860, Spencer wrote voluminously
a'ong the line of evolutionary science
and ranks with Parwln is an ex-
poundant of tbe descent ol mm.
lie died in London jn 1903.
AMPBELU-BANNbit-
II AN
Honorable Sir Henry
Campheli-iiamitiman was born ou
September 7th, 1&36, at Stracatbro,
rartordshiro- Scotland, and was \t*o
ammd son oi tne   latv -Sir      Jamw
•mpbeii, lurt. He voa educated a;
Uie (..niHTsit) of tilasgow, anu aw
innity college, Cambridge, graduat-
n,; B.A. in 1838 .md M.A. in 1861.
in 1S7U under the will of his maternal
uncle, Henry Banuennan, of Hunton
Court, Ken:, ce ai-sunieu toe auUi-
tional i.ai;n* ot Uanuuman. lu politics he has been a life-long Liberal,
.uut commenced his parliamentary career in December, 1868, when be wa»
elected    Ior     the    Stirling district,
bleb constituency he has represented
uninterruptedly ever since, His ability was early recognised by his pai-
llamtatary chief, tbe late Kigbt
Honorable William Ewert tiiadstoue,
by whom be was appointed linancial
•ecretary at the war office m l?7fc,
wnere he remained untU tbe change
of governuieo; tn 1ST4. On the return to power of the Liberal party m
iss'j be was again gncu the secretaryship, -and beld it until 1*883, wbeo
be 'w.is promoted to the admiralty,
and remained there until lti»4. Alter
holding many important offices under
thc crowo be attained the goal of
his .loi-biiK* on nbe formation of tb«
sew ministry on I>ecember ith, jsm..,,
be became prime minister, wttn
sbicfa be coupled tbe office of hrst
lord of the treasury, which he retained until bis retirement, a aiontb
a^o. Witt tbe passing ol 'C.
B" Great Britain looses tbe last
but one of the 'Victorian Giants"
is gone. Joseph Chamberlain is tbe
last one left. Honesty, absolute
loyalty to principles, to friend and
loe. and by his kindly old-fashioned
Scottish courtesy that conquored ev«n
iu the bitterness ol political strife,
etideared himself to all classes
throughout the British Islands.
AUTOMOBELIA
 House,       where
young men    can    secure satisfactory
accommodation and married    couples
« T  can have quarters     for  light    house
keeping.   Such a building, if built on
AN OLD TIMER proper plans, would prove a bonanza
i  i for  the  mnn   who    invests, a
Captain Sanborn,   who   was    well would  Insure a safei income ot
known here in the earlv days, having 1(,ilst -° l*r £**■   » w strango that ma,
been in charge ol steamboats on    the l0,"e. man with money does noi take Uf
Kootenav,   came    down Irom       the >P ,,,e proposltion:
norlh,   where he is in charge of    all *..,. „,,      llnaX .......      „, ...
lhe transportation on the Skeena riv- ™A'  HE A HOSE REEL     RAI I.
rr, for Foley, Welsh & Larson,    who —•—
lmve tho contract   for the first    two
bundled miles of road Irom      Prince
Rupert towards the interior      ...
1 -    -■    * — :-    -* .*    . . it  will he iKtssible to  have      some
It
The new "Jacrfi's Ladder" or In
other words tbe steps up to the race
track are finished and a very gr«at
Improvement they are as they save
from live to seven minutes of time
in teaching the track. Work Ls still
being kept up ou the track so as to
have it in the b*rt possible shape.
A large number of the Ioom* boxes
have now been spoken for and tbere
is no question but that a large
number of running and trotting horses
Aill be here to participate in tbe
races on the 18th and 19th
of next month. It is understood that
a number of owners from Califor-
Orcgon and Washington will
brine u. erring* of both gallopers
and harness horncc Calgary, Ed-,
moiitoii, Medicine Hat, Bftoow -Taw,
Pineher Creek and Macleod will also
be represented at the first meeting
of the circuit, hesides horses trom
many other points. Tbe CP.R.
ure giving a single fare rate from
all points on their system for the
races, so that the attendance should
he very large, in fact, there should
be more people in Cranhrook on the
race days than ever before.
The water connections are all made
on the race track and the sland pipes
at the stabler, are all 'in working
order. Sawdust to the depth
of six inches has been placed in
all the loose boxes so that every-,
thing Is ready for the accommoda-i
tion of horses. A carload of
cedar posts have been received to fill
the inside rail around the curse.
All the committees are working hard
that arrangements can be
!." for Hie comfort and convenience
.„. owners cominc from the t'nitcd
States nr    from eastern points.
A. C. Bowness has been making
several improvement* to his car "This
Dawson." Mr. Bowness bas driven
bis car all over the country during
tbe week maiing some very excellent
runs.
Tbe big l>A?e.l car bas been in
commission every fine day, taking
partie* to Fort Sleele and otfcer
points of interest in the district.
Governor Hanson, ot Wasa, bas
hoto his cars in commission and is
running them regularly.
V. B. VanDecar bas added a glass
screen to bis runabout "Trie Royal,"
which he claims makes driving much
more pleasant.
captain left tbe train at Cur/on to
go to Spokane und ..cry much re-
srelleil that he was unable to visit
Movie and Cranhrook to see his old
Iriends.
A1KINS-K \IK
It. s Aikins, of Cranbrook, B.C.,
wa*. united in marriage with Miss
Mav Kouk by the ltev Mr. Shaw,
at Winnipeg, Man., on April 22nd.
The ceremony took place at the residence of the hride's p., tents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Kouk. Mr. an«
Mrs. Aikins arrived in Cranhrook
on Friday and have taken up their
resilience In rooms over Mr. Aik-
in's store on Baker street.
—      ■»	
GOOD HUNTING
One hundred vears ago today,
Wilh wilderness here.
With   powder in his   gun, lhe
Went out. and got the deer.
A meeting of thc  fire hoys       was
held last Thursday evening for     the
The Purpose of trying to find out whethei
it  aill be possible to  have      	
hose rtfl races this summer.
Will be remembered that Fcrnli
won the Tate megaphone last o
mer and it is suggested thai
race take place in Fernie so as to
ghe the Ferule boys 0 chance t.i
defend the trophy.' Letters along
these lines have been despatched to
Fern;e and Moylo so that il is
expected that in a few dny, some
definite announcement may be . wile.
PERRY f R*EK HYDRAULIC
I.l'MHKlt     PRICKS     TO REMAIN
TIIE SAME
At the meeting of the Mountain
lumbermen's association, held in Nelson last, week, it was deciBed to
keep thp price of lumber unchanged,
as the outlook on the prairie is
very bright indeed. It is expected
that prices will rule higher towards!
fall.
A. S, Trow, nf Wisconsin, arrived
in Cranbrook at the end of last
week, Mr Trmv is the general
manager of tbe Perry Creek Hydraulic Mining ' '.'.pany and iu a
short Interview u-th a Herald representative made the following statement "Messrs. W. E. Fowler, M.P.
Fowlei and George T. Carr, will
havo charge of the work on our
placer mine at Perry Creek this
vear 'We were perfectly -satisfied
with Inst vear's results, and It is
the intention of thr company to do
a lot nf work ibis ve.tr. We like the
outlook and moreover we likp
country and the people. We buy
all our supplies in Cranbrook and
hire all our help in the district,
and we consider that as we are
making our money out of the district ii is only right that what
money we have to expend in the
development of our property Hhould
be spent in the district. You will
from     us      during the sum-
lie., r
mer.'
MARRIED
the Presbyterian manse,      the
Main officiating, on April 2Mb,
Pet« Uatfaeson expects bis Reo
runatwit very shortly.
At least one more big touring automobile aill make its appearance
on the streets ol Cranbrook shortly.
fi. il. Frost will receive bis four
cylinder Franklin touring car from
Calgary in a   few   days.
 ♦
OF INTERESTJO FASNEBS
J. R. Anderson, deputy minister of
agriculture, was in Cranbrook on
Tuesday and yesterday and addrewed
the farmer:, institute at tbe court
bouse on both evenings, Mr. Anderson emphasized tbe fact tbat farmers institute were not meant to
bring ff#th scientific lectures but to
induce tanners and ranchers to
meet socially and discuss matters
pertaining to their business which
would prove of mutual benefit. Mr.
Anderson went into the matter of
Btock raising, dairying, general (arming and fruit growing and was listened to with great interest by bis
hearers. Mr. Anderson leaves today
for Elko where he will address a
meeting of farmers    tbis evening
TO CONTRACTORS
TflKters »re uknl by tlw under*
tipn-il lor ttie following work la
connection wit-fa a bank t.'iil.lir.e ftt
rreo-brook, B.C., lor tlie lmpirUl
Hank ot ('ana*..
Drawings and a-pecifications ran le
nm at the Imperial Rank at
Cratitirook and Nelson.
1. Kicavatlnc, Concrete, Brickwork, Marble Work, Carpenter and
Juitirrs Work, Roofing, Plastering aa*
Painting.
t.   Klectric I.lgiit.
8. Plumbing, Heating and Slieet
Metal Work.
Tenders to be forwarded to tbe
Architect by noon ol 23rd May next.
The lowest or any tender not, ne-
■■warily accepted.
An accepted cheque lor 10 per cent
ot the price and made in lavor ot
the  Manager ol the Bank in    trust,
'lag.
man    WATCH THK DISTRICT (lltow
"PHI
__*__**__*_, Born—At   Cranbrook,     It..'., Aprili Rev.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
now the   thing    Is    somewhat 27th, 190S, to Mr.   and Mrs. I'.    S. I len i v Spencc, ol Cranhrook! t-i Mlss'mujt accompany each tenller.
changed, Home, a daughter. {McDonald.      Mr. Spencc    la      welli   R. Percy    Barnes,   R.A.A., Arohl-
And on anotlier plan, Bom—At   Cranbrook,   II. I ,      nm known   tn     connection    with       the t-iet,
With powMer on   her checks the dear Wednesday, April 2Hh, to Mr.    ami Sash A Door lactory.     The   Herald' 141 Jasper A,e
does out   ami gets the man.
Mrs. J. t'. Huchcrott,' a daughter      extends congratulations.
«-3t
Edmonton," Alt*. TIIK tU.'AM'.l.'OOK    lIKItAI.I.
In Time of Peace
prepare to. war.   1" lime ol health keep the icwlant
powers ol ynur body uniuipaiinl.    1 liis i* the ,uie*st
detente   again,,   di.ca.i-.    An   ii.r-.uoii.il   cup    o(
" BOVRIL" wppli. s llial1xira sirength and nourijhmenl
which everyone needs lo escape (lie ills which aie so
pievalent a. tin, Kawll.
THE TIE BUSINESS
WATCH CKANBROOK GROW
THE   PK.OPl.l-:    t.K   CKANBROOK'  .,-,
ARE  MAKINd   HK W TIKI L      .,(INE
HOMES
,j afternoon ., member ol An lllllU8tc), ,,„,
,i si.iii took a drive around looini *. ,his Ui-Ht,
,utu    the various signs    of ploya „ • ,
.■ni       Two    things struck ,,t ,  i,        ,,,-,
tiirclbly.    dm- was       Uie
i.i   dwellings    in course nl
EXACTLY
him m*i*
number
erection,
qii
..uli
okckj.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
till' iillivl   was the
..I    null,  being done  in    ill!-
homes nln-nd) erected,    lii.ili {,|''.'-'
iiliiiiiiis ust- i.i paint nml    liy ma',,
ting nl trees nml shrubs   and nm,,*,
ihii nl In wns. Nn bettor i*viil- T-*,.
ence in ilif  permanency unit stability ,lilllv
ul Cranlirook enn lie lound tluiu   tin- J,',,.],
laet Unit people wlm nwn property In ij,*,
tins clly .ne Improving their holdings
" " " I   Macleod Chronicle:    At the express
UK      Till*:      DISTRICT'S ollice one day last week there     was
OREAT INUrSTItlES .at 'east one dozen    packages      trum
  [eastern department   houses addressed
to prominent   people in town: niilliu-
guods,   dry goods, clothing, elc.
Snine ut lliest* Millers wnuld enst   $50
or $75.      Kew nl them less       than
llu.      Tliis was a sliipini'llt  nt        un
nly.       ilia* nl the people-       t
belli
ii ii   over- ,
... lin-li
II     IS    I liilt
nil      .lllll   I
''I')".1 my
ml   .Ial
pl'ioin
In   llu
tli
linv. ami ,
-.1 if
si- up.
| iiiiii
I licni
tSllllie
iin- industry
Uu* fuliowing
I'r,,
llu
llmo  making     tile
IIMIJ    Iiiiii
Ni'-I   Pass   I.*
il   lllll.uuu  I'm
Iln
institute
nu omubToeoi.ro
t-VliBliSIIUI  >M7
• Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Hestt v. - - 5.000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
1 t. WALSH, fruMwl
41X*  LAMB, OeMOl *au|«
*. B   .RKLAITD, aefMtattaduit ol
Branch*.
jnuKhes uroactout Canada, **iVn_\ut. Unite* Statu and Enjlani
A  GENERAL  HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTIS
goowaCKL *hb ruianor •»»«» oiacouHitoi
SAVINGS UANK DEPARTMENT
Dcp.mil. ul tl *«.! .ipw.rda rc«i«d. »nU Interest »Uow.d st | A s
eurixut rmtea. The depositor Is subject tu no delay whatever In |ur llim
the withdrawal ol the whole or any portioii ol the depuett.
hy Ol
avenue,
All-hi,.
burv  ii'
charge
It.
ni  Vrmstrong
uie lo his house ou Nor-
i'. This woii. is also in
;. it. Leask,
iiiuiii
i.'ifil   Hfi,-
will     tie-
the
whom j parcel was addressed was
heard complaining the other day
tbat liusiiiess was dull mul mofie:
scarce. Strange, Isn't it? Hut thei
it is not t.. be expected that ih
'eastern department uteres will send
buck any ot the thousands they get.
jusl tu help out our circulating medium here. We might write then
however, nnd sec what they would
it., t.. help business nlTfllt'S he)
Nothing lilu* I tying.
MASONS AT CHURCH
Imperial Bank of Canada;:
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4,925,000
BEALE & ELWELL
ARE SELLING LAND ON
LULU ISLAND
Six Miles from General Pust Office
Vancouver, B. C.
Half mile from Electric Railway, in Blocks of 5, IU and
20 acres.
The Hcsl Agricultural Land in Hritish Columbia.   Clear ol
rucks and slumps and ready Inr Ihe plow.   Terms easy.
GALL AND SEE THE PLANS AND PARTICULARS
BEALE   &   ELWELL,
CRANBROOK
B. C.
und
town mote attractive, which gives it ■*   j mi(( ,IIS a|mwiy ,|4
an   appearance that seems to     snv, nm('Uefi tl, j|"m e.P.ll, uti
"We mean   to   he here permanently. j[Vei    -^
^wiw? «s Ssr'fA •"" !jAa^"=i»Li: a
J.   -I*  iiii.lv, iil iiu- same    place, n,,,,, unnual church  parade t<.      the
manufactures i.*iii,iiiiii j yenr. IMctliodlst church.    Tin- brethren met
i-  tt',,..,,,, is "i~~~~« « considerable1  w-   K'     Steveiwin,  "i  I'raiilirook.'nt the Masonic Templo .anil led      by
V. ttassnn is  hating a considerable „,„*,„„ a5|0lK) ,h.    KBlght,   Templars, lit uniform,
Voumr A    Horseman, mi Hn-   Nmili unili-l Hu- ciiiniuand i-l ,1. K       Ann-
Star   Branch iiul.e Mi.iniii. 'strong, presiding preceptor, the whole
_                             |   K.   Hailei    III     .l.illr.iv,   linns     out |,„|RC,   nmn-lirii     t(,   ,(,,.      Mcttunllsl
,   m..\ ii, i. i,.,iii„.  , n„A    h,,iis„ 8011,1100 .'.uli year. ehureh, where an appropriate  scrvtcii
hi.ni       ,'*   ,le, •' i-ime   I     1    In     •'* m "'■"'"'"•'*-*••'   "' ■""''      s,',"''1;" »™ held and the Rev. ftotwrt Hughes
^.iiheZntrSfff                    ■"-'l"'s    li*-m- nl"' ..'"''" *  ""yl" l».-...-l»-l   (r.un      ihe    tell:    "And
•on being the contiactor.                   w|1| ,„.,,,,. • „•*, ,, «„)-io. *paV|,| s,*i Uasoim to Hue    Wrought
NcsbettlTliiilldirot a home    The UiMl means 1,3.15,  liei   |»-i sinno t.,       Build     Hie Holme      ol
i,   ,   i,,, ,.i    . ■ m.             -"""""■ fl«'-        * "'iv  Inrrn uumber     ol
11 „„ Hlirucll aMlim. |   Tn ,„.,|.,, ,|„,S(,  ,,,s |   ,„,„       an; Wmm *_,„„■ uut ,u ,hp ;_.„aj,.,    |„_
n,-i,ri-,.   Tlioinnsnii   the citv suliei- f"1!'1""'1 I"M,<I,'S.»" ''vl1'' S""K     ,1" OuiUnj; several visitors,
uciirgrc    iiioinpsoi, nu  iui  sunn   ,(| . j( jii;1|| ,],,. S.M1I(. ,m       tin- ,
Inr.   has ll.nl Ins lnts al        tilO       ex- ,    , ■ ,„,, ,,,,,„    ,tm tn       |„,.,,
tieine south end    ol Burwell avenue j,    ,_..-,..■•>,-,   vine u I the conn- Olili KKl.l.uWS t'liriiiil l'Mt.MH*:
p.mie.l .uli cleaned up mid will have "'J. '                                                  |                         ____
lliet'i leueed slinrlly. ,   J,',,s|,|es ,],,. ti,,s bring iiindc lor   the    l.asi Sunday evening the local lodge
 ,      ,          ,. i-1> |i.    ;, im**.,'mii.iiiei .ne      liciiiK ol Odd Kellows started trom Fratcr-
S. II. Muslims Ims cleaned up     Ins .   ,(„.   „•* Ki,inpoi|  u, llu*    Orniid nm  hull mid marched   lo the   Bap-
lots across the    creek Irmn lus icsi- ''.'_.   ,..K.Mll. r„n\vav.                         tisi   church,    headed Uv the      i.'ran-
di'iiei* mul hns the lumlier on       the .       n0i,|nsiin->lcKeii7<!c      Lumber brook eitv band.     A very large iiuin-
■fruiind tor the purpose ol liuililmis   a    t W.II1K & ,*„   P.u.|, bave her ol   Odd Kellows  were      in   line
lencc I erecting a stable. jr '»    ,.,„lU:„.|S   for   delivery        lo and n very    beuutilul service       was
  ,t,at railway.     Ile-iiles ties, llierc is taken  part   in,       the ltev.    Taylor
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
I Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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A Rift in the Clouds
Mnuyn .Iml. .In
Policy.
ul l.v An Aii iiiiiii nnd SU-km-s-.
It's Hit- man wlm llilhks lie can't all'oril n
policy wlni can tenst al.urd to do without one.
• poll,
Krm
1'iirlis has given his     hnuses
across
which
ol that street.
tbo matter   ol switch ties, telegraph preaching    a sermon along   the lines
the creek a new coat ot paint,             ...      ,  j{    ,;,„|„.,s ,„„i |Cnco ol brotherly lov
•nlils    mueh to ihe appearance J"'"..- ' i '	
The Kast Kootenny  Lumber    eoni-'
el  out   not  less than 5.000,000 HA RUN
ll.'KRKLL   CONSERVATIVE CHOICE
Vermin,   B.C.,   April    21.—Martin
jStMi'Wcgrnpli  posts ami...ii,oiiii fi-et ,""'r<'n -™s    unanimously nominated
,    ,,    ,       ,   *,T .. nam*  eel nut    nnl    ess lllllll  a.liliu....i.. •■••'"
1   J- 1 1 "i building a cottage across };" *• " ,,,_ elnss „, lim]„,rs      alMl
the creek near thc residence ol   .lo- 1 ,    ,.*_   „f ,-,.„,nlli |s rtclivcv-   „
•epli .Inckson. ™ {\- vl,.,,.    ._,in ,   |,,„(.,. posts.lVe!
It  is interesting  In  not
here tonight to be tbe standard bearer fnr the Conservative party       lor
c.,'Ji Vale-Cariboo.     I'riee Ellison, \V. T.
is"a Sliatlnrd, .1. M. Itobtnson and W. K.
I,.f't Lung were also placed   iu nomination
wlll but   all    declined in favor ul       *'
(lianil Forks man.
LIQUOR LICENSE M'T
lhe
ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
Accident, Sickness, nnd Guarantee Insurance
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A. C.  Bowness
Wholesale Dealer in ♦
♦
Wines. Liquors and Cigars   |
— i
Wc make a specialty of giving prompt      |
attention to Mail Orders
.Iniiii I'hnlditcll has been doing con-        ...
■iilcrablc    work in the wav of clear- n   •,""";„„ ..the 1,111,10   niadi
ing up on his six acre holrilng      ad-   * ' aWl? |, ,hft a.   lar
tolnlng the south est enrner of   the «"» dIjlrlel lyhlpped as^.n,
«"*>'  llm"s* ureal    ileal of lie    limber slill
.    ~ in thc c ilrv and   the Industry
It was imiii-eil that the rnad      on *J(, 0I1(, 0| cnnsldernhlc Imiinrtniicc lor
the other side n. the creek and    lbe milnV* vears to come.
approaches to the bridge adjoining .1.  ,
.liicl.si.n's property are in very    bad
condition.       The ground there       is NELSON IS TIIK HM.lv Notico  is     hereby given    that one
gumbo and     needs rocks and cinders   Booth ailer    date  l intend to* apply
to be pel down. This should be at- jjt,ls(m Wns in the dark last Satin- ,„ the Superintendent ot Provincial
tended I" as a buggy sinks to the A- „* ■,„ uwillg ,„ ;l ,„,. which took i-oiiee for a renewal uf my Hotel
hubs iu  lbe present condition ol    the ,„„'„,  .,, ,b,. sllh-Slatlon  III ahoul  Urease   to   sell   In'oxieatillg'lii|imrs.
"'■"■ n.:iti in lhe morning. Ian.lee the   provisions ot the Statutes
  The cause nf Un* blaze   wns       the |L   thai     behalf, in   the      premises
A.   II.   Nesl.eli  hasi almost finished ,,,*•,,,*-._   uf an overheated oil switch, known    and    descrihed      us       the
Ins     handsome   residence   nn Loins -,-,„.   bottmn    bleu  the nil took Central    Hotel,   situated at   Marys-
mi  in a     few  Inil.llti's  ll.is even-,-fill,.,   II.      I*.,     tn    CullllllCil      the
1st   lllll*  Of  .lulv,   t'.HIS.
duty, ' Paul Hundley.
Ilmncs    Miirysvllle,    II.    C,    April    iilh,
dways 1808. ■ 0-41
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I   Cr©cr\brook   Cafe
* FORMUHLY KNOWN AS BLY'S RESTAURANT
* G   M.  BLAKE & V. ROGERS. I'ropi lelors
Ml*, lllllkl- IlilS liml   ,*in|ll,...|
; witli tin* lliviil Ni.iiln-rii Hj
. olijiii-l nf tin- nnw linn In ui
' ilistliel   iln*   vi'l'V   i'l'St  si'ivie
.vu.'ir'B i-xijorii'iii'i-, nml Ims boon
uuiil this month.   It will Li-the
i- Ho- 1 ,*..|iiu of Crnnbrook nml ; |
il.l.iiimlili*.   They will niaki- a
(iei
■Ke 1
tusk  hns his new
horn
paint
(1    Al
I will shortly fcnoi
in hi
propc
tv.
i'VV   Illillllll'S   ll
where
fl. 11. Johnstone, who was
iiid his besl tn smother      tl
Willi   lhe     sallil    Hint is lop
  available for lhat  uuriliiw-
lllilinsile George It. Leash's     A. C.  spite u! „ll    Ills eltmls and
Bowness has cleaned up his lnis. had assistance ul   1;   Fisher, ami
them plowed and has tho lumher   on win. were presenl, lhe Ore si
the ground fur the construction nf   11 beyond   control       Wilhoul
lencc.     Mr. Hnwness has plans   pre- even fm  that,    hnuever, an
pared im- nne ol the lines!  residences imil    been   seni    in In   lbe
in lb. city. station.
  Chief lleasy   win
ai 11.20 when be I
11.   V.     Parker  has been making m.ssf.ii .,; once and
many improvements    about bis hand- tolciili,,in-      call
ii...
'In :
the
.,l,e,-|
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
L
some residence mid will ha
pri-m   grounds .bis summer
llu* localli
Family   Groceries
rtnil eiubraena a ureat many thing.. **.,.| a ti.t wouhl Iill ti
ii'.*iv.-|taper. Su we simply want li. nupie-is lli* (am llial uur
HtnekeintiraoMatl ibe linen needed In a home ami usually
earrled in .litmriT.
GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY
We strive to have all goods delivered promptly.   Telepluinu
order*, sotiulled.
very ,|„||„sl
lire.
  The subslalloii is niilsiile ihe    city
Harry While is having a commoil- lii"'ls* tliere are no tneililles al lhe
ions ilwelling buill 011 his live acre si'ol or lighting tne. and the ap-
holdiiig adioining the southern bound- I"""-'''1* ls oireiilloun .nul .In unit,    lu
ary ot the city. n,'S " '"     °        '"
—"~ The pari  of lhe   blllhlliig,  lielnnging
A new hniisc is in course nf     enn- ,fl    the   Nelsnn   Electric   Tramway
slruetimi nn Hanson avenue,    lt lie- compnii)     and   llie West     Kootonay
longs tn George Kennedy. Power A  Light company, is a   total
  Inls with all     its    contents,      eon-
Wniie,* Lamb's carpenter simp      is sisiing nl machinery valued nt   about
completed aiul has    verv comfortable t.n.ooil.      .1  is     believed, however,
living ipiariers in its rear. that the whole loss is covered       by
                          insurance.
II, Moore has started the construction nl what will be a very commodious and handsome cottage on
.French avenue.
Nnliee   is     hereby given    lh.il out
onlh after    date   1 intend to apply
hi. an      alarm ,0   the   SiiperiiiieHiteiii of Provincial
i"   the eily  lire Police for   a     renewal   ol my Hotel
License   to  sell  intoxicating liipii
11 iln* lire slat i.ui 'under the   provisions ol the Statutes
,nl tla- whistle nl |n   ihal   behalf,      in   the    premises
jusl     I hen       11 known     anil     deseribeil       as        Hi
Itlanclinrd Roval lintel,   situated    at      .Mary-
Hie
IMPORTANT  DECISION
PHONE
"7.1
J. HANNING
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AKJISTKONIi
AVENUE
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Oil
1,1 ,   Wo an- A|-i*ii.« for the A. .1. Itiir!i-u Saw Com|)iiiiy, Hiui
' * wi- carry in Rtock
II CIRCULAR SAWS
from  14 in. to 5(1 in.    Also Shanks mul Saw Bits
Kernie   District Ledger: Ilis Hnnor
 * ' Jiuii*-.' Wilson   has   handed down   the
Robert  Kindlev is building a home Mowing judgment In   lhe case      of
Im  himsell nearby. David Stiuchan vs. ... I). Mei'ulchcnn
' ami ff. II.   Milner:    In this   matter
-, ,* _        , ,1   think the plaintiff   should succeed.
The way in    which people are rea - T|„. ,t,.-„„!i,„ts dealing with au     ig-
ly ceiling down to beautilylng    Iheir „„,.,,„, ,„ „   „.,,„ as „„,,. ,.,,„„. r(,li(,,|
grounds is wonderful. mMy    „„ ,,„.  |n|ormntlon disclosed
—"■-■*" by tin-in and as ihey    knew had   no
ltev, Mr. Flewelllng has been    do- other source ol Information and who
Ing wonders in the way of iinproving entered Into the   agreement   on their
ttie gi nds around Christ church and representations and certainly made an
the new rectory. Improvident bargain.    The  full facts
it.    C,   to  commence on   the
1st day ni Julv, 1008.
11. L. S.ivvver.
Marvsvlllc,    11.    (.'.,    April    2;th,
puis. u-il
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
Nnliee is hereby given that 1,110
tunnth after dale 'l intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police Im* a rcuewai of my Hutel
License to sell intoxicating liquors,
nnder the provisions of the Statutes
to that behalf, in thc premises
known and described as the
tVar.lner Hotel, situated af Wardner,
B. C, to commence on the
1st dav of Julv, 1U0B.
It. 11. Bohart.
Wardner, 11. .'., April 27.li,
1808. G-lt
FOR SALE
820 acres ol land, very suitable lur
combined stock and Iruit (arm, sun
teres is first-class bottom land with
•ever (ailing stream ot excellent
water. Bordering on south side is a
fine take ot about 200 acres, a large
quantity ol open country, surrounding
suitable lor grazing stock. Some
improvements.      Clear   title.      En-
Itl'llllKt! HELTINfl IN Al.l. SIZES
as to Un* drawbacks lo the property
I    ,    l-     i-._„..A ■     ,    .   ..      were not disclosed lu liim ns one    nf
ki«\„ ,'.,' ?t *., 1" ■ ** ""i4 tke witnesses stated "1 was Irving tn
.his prett;  garden mlo shape and al- „..lk„ .    B.i.      , „.as .,„, „,,„.„    ...
\' »' "«» "«"'«"■ '" "'"<"»• shmv him it bad polntsV S this
11 very point;   under tlie speelfll clrctim-
'   A. C.  Nelson,  E, Klwell,  S.       H. ttitiiei'-. in iho ease the plaiuliK must
llusitins, K. s. Morley   ami    It.     T. meceeri.
Hrvmiier are all tnisy' with .spade and    The common   practice r.f      dealing
rnlte. In fact on everv side there with Ignorant and "giilllhle" work-
teems to lie an epidemic ot hrautiti- men In not; fully disclosing nil the facta
cation .mil it j-.   safe tn sny      that 1" not one ol which I approve      ami
the various rrsitlenlial portions      of (hey   musl have the s.itm-  protection
t'rntihronli  will   he    veritable garden Wldef Uie law   as   the    shrewd   (ami
ipots during the summer monlfait,        sometimes none  too cnreful) imsiiu-ss
mnn will, whom    Ihey deal or       arc fffl aro S4.1UllR tll„ ]mt flva llll(l
quire "O. S," Herald office.
4-m
THE
FROST INVESTMENT CO.
Dealers fn
Farm LaniU
Carefully selected tracts ot both wild
and Improved lands at attractive
prices and easy teinis.
Fruit Lands
iiii McCALLUM C& CO.
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II. Sin.Ll is cleaning his
lots
Indued tn deal wilh will lmve. .Iniiii
leu
^„    .     ,                               ,                     Inelit  tm   plaintitl  with ensts.
on   Snrl.ini     avenue   and is havine    ■,,..   ,    '.,    i.-,.|ivi,,i„   .,„.
plan-, i.t.-r ,| (,„ his new residence     ""'       '        '
Mr Sherwood llereliiiii'i*,
lilainllli.
in 1ra.
W. \. llnlliiis is clearing his lots
on Nml.un avenue mul is getting
them mi,i -hap,. f„r building.
tori mi.iin we'd
SHUN
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The Home of Up-to-Date Tailoring:
In spring Natiiw1 creatm nnew in fielil nml forest,
What moro fitting tiuio to discard the Himilnv ilresa ot
win tor aud array oiuwlf in elotlioa which fittingly
reflect the jt>y of lifetMitdttors under sunny Bkles,
Vour careful raviow of our upriug exhihit wlll Biig^esl
an a|i|)rupriatu selection.
Leask CSl, Henderson
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'-T0-DATK TAILORS
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Tin* linpirial li.nik ol Canada    Im
- pl.ms rea.li  im*  iis  new      brick
i.i   rtone   iniililiiig mi    iiu-   cornel
I llukci streel     nnd tliiuson avenue'
I   lenders  an*  being    called    l.n
ciislriiclioii,
K
acre irrigated tracts In II, C. ..ood
soil, level laud, heaulitul scenery,
and good lucntion. Oroiid lloor
prices. Also large tracts suitable
lur subdividing. Kasily Irrigated.
Call lur list.
Timber
I    'ei...  i ....i   I....I.   ., .,....,.      ,. A   Uleelllig nl lbe executive nf      the
Conservative nssoclatinn nf Koote-
hav nas beld al Halcyon Insl weel..
Ann.in., ilnise   presenl were:  ll.      S.
Lei .mil W. A. Mncdnnnlil,  Nelson
II. II     ll.-Kililun.    li.-s-.LinJ..    \.     K.
Mackay, M.L.A., Knslu, .1. II. Seho-
~~ Held,M.I. \.,      Trail,       representing w<!"'" now lepresciitliiB somo ot   tin
SouUi, llm barber, has had Ymir, U'llllnhl tinnier, M.L.A., reprc- vwy lit-" 'u'd strongest Hie Insurance
bis property ensl ol the town put mill ing Sldenn: IV. II. Ilnss, M.I,.A., companies, ones lhat have been Hied
in good condition, Tlie'residence oc- Fernie: Harry Parsons, M.L.A. Col- u'*d lound contlagratlou prool, Ynur
nipliil In Mr. South has been plas- den, representing Coiumliin, 'I-. Tuv- homo and husiness shnulil he well
lercd and painted tlii.iuglir.iit, wliile lor, M I..A., Revelstoke, ami I.. ft, protected.
Ins ,,iher   eultage   has   been papered Eaton, I'nnserv.-itiio orgnni/cr      Im •
and put iu liistelass oondlllon, the province. We respectfully sulieit. ynur business
—— No ilelniite ilnle had I ii IimiI    Inr.i" nn)' ol   the above lines, ami    are
J. K.    Armstrong Is  bulldliut     . e»tliHK .1 nomination cnnvenllon, but In a position    to give you    the very
i-nti.ie,.    fnr renting   mirnosHi      on01"*'11   he held in   Nets irforc lie*-t.    service aud    fair    treatment.
Burwell avenue, Immediately opposite !•"«•     * resojutlnn was ndiipleil ,,.,-]l-:vi-iy deal as represented.    Full list
Itnih large and small tracts, l-lxcct-
leut timber, iimi ou jiood dm iug
streams. Ruck bottom prices. Yon
.an alliiiit tn Invest in these.
Hire Insurance
I s, inliv ..I' BANIjriiTS AND PARTIES AT Too. A PLATE •»
♦ up.
t Oil!   M liilt HANTS" 1.1NCII
f A r.-uiiliu* inl.I.* il'li..i.* .Iinii.-r. from II n.in. lo 2 p.m., will b
# Hurvi'il In iiiToiniuotlnk- llu- luisinuss 111011. ^
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X Tho  Ik-si Is None too Quod lor Our  Putrons 2
I     CENTRAL  HOTEL     j
I .1. ricDERrilD, Prop'r t
* Wardner - - It. C. t
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HILLCREST! i
THE   PITTSBURG  OF   CANADA
Tin- Inivn nt  Iiiii.*,...!  IkhIIi I iil.lun l,.„ Hum „i,i, i„il„„| 1 h*. ia,,!,,
"';"";'.'"'.""• I '■'"■• ni 1 ""I"" Hn puirlnra ..I n mile 11I1I11. Brlli-vleil
111,1... viillim Iln.-.*.[iiuil.r. ,,i  I,. ,,( ,|„,  v|„,,1,.  |,,.„| inbie, wltlllu tlllwl.
""'""'[',    ' '""' ""' l..'il.'li L-nlllerlfH an.l iiiiiii 11, bull mil,. „i lli.. |||||.
THE TOWNSITE WILL BE OPENED SHORTLY
1 lenallnilTKN TIIiiIsanh DOLLARS l„is |i|.| Isvn Dshhnl and lb.
iiiiii in-.-1. 1,,-iif  iifi,iH,.,|    'ri,,.,,. ,11,. i,|,,.,„lv   fni-iv-H veil   I.iiiI.IIi..*- 11, tl„.
.;»„    II.,. IIii.i.iiiksi*  inxij I AVItOI.I. liver,,™ I,,.,,v »l',,i»,o ,,,,,1
uu'm'i'iIu's 1'!'.!"if','"'"'""" ''""'l'i'"'' i'...ii*"ll "'' Hn- lui surrounding tlm
$1*1.111111 per Monlh, All From Alines Within One Mile ol Town
',',!'';*';',)."'""'" ,",' !' l,j*oflljr.   Ilillfiesl   hns been on the mar    !
,*i nn-   vo.v,..,,-- „,,|i,,„ I,,- „ ,t« prm-nn it —.-If   I,iel„*.i ur,i,l,- al ,    X
mil 1111 iiiiiiiln.   li l„ii„.;, ivIiIib anl, ai|,| i»al-..lnli.|.i*I iii.iii ,-linkers. Z
I'lil'tlll'llier ■Ilf,lllll«ll|,|,|; n, ♦
j C,  P.  HILL,   HILLCREST, ALTA. I
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phonk 56 .^nDE
qUAUTV SlORb
THE
Policy nnd Staple llrocerles
Ladies, ii y.nl ivallt PolllOlllillg liiee fnr Afleillnnli T  We liavellul
■jnn.ls-.l.ll.l)   SEAL,   RAM   HI'S,   ini.l   UP!UN'S  TEAS,   HUNTLEY   *
PALMEK'S an.l CIIKISIIb'S BISCUITS,   Thosogoodsciiiiiint I sculled,
FRESH FRUITS ANO   OREEN   VEGETABLES
Campbell &  Harming
QUALITY COUNTS
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We Paint
We Paper
Unist church.
P. llamml) is building a
which be will ren.1, on Pooley
opposite the   Baker grounds,
' one will    be held in    Net:
,.   liiiie..     \ resolution was nil.,  	
testing against    Iln- application      to "I property will be furnished ou    ap*
British Columbia of   Hie Avlesworihll'lleatlon. List   your property   Willi
Houses, Etc.
Signs
And Decorate
Your Rooms
**.  ,  ,,.-.,,        ,     ,111111,11,11        ," 'M, . 1   ,   IT   .1  *,   , ',   (   ||   f    I *.*.**. »-_---, ,   ......      .,, V|.«*a  ,   j „   .   .   11 -^M-***fc ^_   _— ^^
hill t end the elei'lhiii net ami   a j us lor quick sales. 52-H VS (Jf Cllrvtl   -f-t
a"^ sssa-r s,,roirrs.„dThe Frost Investment Co.!D>  "•   a nvlK. 1
pow
«|neJ.I
I,uuiil occasion rctiuire it.
CRANBltOOK, B. C.
Phons in
G/>.   PAINTER,   and
DECORATOR
Armstrong Avenue IIIK    . It.Y.MlliOOK    I1EIIAI.I.
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WATCH OUR
BUSINESS GROW
We have jt.st purchased the Power
Sawing Outfit of Mr. Deakin and
will continue his business and be
better able than ever to give the
public   prompt    service   in supplying
All Kinds of Firewood, Slabs,
Fence Posts and Kails
HARRIS & WOODS
Tho Wood Merchants
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Rambling Reveries
UY A DREAMER
Strength for today is .'
need
As tlit-rr nevei v\ ill be
Poi lomorrow will l.e ..
With   ils   measure ot
(cunnnend that winch is pure, good
ami  toft)*, bj  putting awav muniiur-
Juiifs, complaints and nntabi.it..
Ttiinlv more <>t our preservations, our
deliverances, amt let bright hope buoj
jus above the    sombre jintl unpleasant
jthiiiL's ui liir. ami our depression will
be cured and the spirit ol heaviness
: Lt- replaced hf the garment i>i praise
AT THI: THEATKtS
♦♦♦♦♦•#♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* j SUPERIORITY is the mark that distinguishes
MOYIH f
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(From iln- Mojic Leader I
W   ll   Aldrldgc, whn was in    Vai
■inni-i   recently, Ins the lolimviuu   •
iA\    lU.Ollt    iloWo'S   big   lilllH'
Strength    for   today,    iii   house and
home,
To practice forbearance sweetly
Tn  scatter kind   v.onis    and    ■
deeds,
Still misting in Qod completely.
It there Is no thing more than
Mother that betrays a man's littleness or lack oi mining, that thing
it to give utterance to blood-curdling
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oaths on   ihe street, regardle.s
who may be In hearing,    Such
(ormoncos   strengthen   the bellet
the Darwinian theory without
very  great     advancetnenl   From
point oi starting,
Did you over watch tie operntlo
hn.in in a woolen milt?     So
as Uie operator   attends closolj
the wnrk in hand all goes well, im
Khe pays iuu mueh attention to w
her neighbor li doing, hei  work
likely   to   get    "down '   and "o
■hots" appear.     So in our lite w
ing, manv a "break ' is made in
wet) simply from giving too much
teptioli to lhe     w.up -md woof
Tin- rin
peai
row
day
nas  R.    lurtis-Kl]
ar vaudeville eotnpam
ai ihe new opera housi
i Knd.iv i evening and o:
afternoon and evviiiru
mv, the advance ageni sat.s,
ar.' very clever and put up a good
vaudeville attraction. There air
numerous singing and dancing
turns besides sketches, Th.' advanct
man authorizes the Herald to state
thai onyoiie.not satisfied win, the
show in,n have btieii i.
ai tin- bo's olhce.
Wilson
li    ap-
U'liit.r*
Satur-
This
refunde
propi
el.
shall*"
luipr
in ihe
is enpfl
centngc
A t    i he
iming   i,
, [exceeding!
Were   ' \
which wai
film,
Kasl
iln-
tier
others
uwit
lives,    uml   too  I Ilir   tn
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New Matmscmoiit
Improved in Every Way
Kofittt.l
QUEEN'S HOTEL
Cranbrook,   H. C.
GUST. ANDEEtf, Proprietor
(tur Motto : " Tlm Heat is None Too Good."
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TIIK WIFE
A good wife is lo a man wisdom
and courage, strength, hope and endurance. A hud out- is confusion,
weakness, discomfiture an.l despair.
No condition is boneless wlu-n iho
Wife possesses Iii nitiess, decision,
energy and economy. There is no
out want prosperity which ran counteract Indolence, folly, n:n\ extravagance at. home. N,, spirit can long
resist had domestic influence, ills
home must he lo him a plate of r«>
posi', of pence, of cheerfulness, of
comfort, and liis soul renews its
strength and attain goes forth with
fresh vigor, to encourage tin- labor
and troubles nf the world.
| Every wedded pair mttrht- he happv
did they hut hear each other's burdens, and strive    wilh   half thc zeal
,they sometimes exert  lo make   each
I other's mutual happiness.
ii    II..
Ml.tUM
new opera h<
ictures this wet
i good. Perhap
Undnrn Hercules
s mosl laughable
which is ,-. v?r) i
I p
U liw
\|.m
id.
V
I Dow I.'
I "\ Ti
W Ro
- Ooldeu
the
w ere
best
Grain
ven
siderablo sliver. Th
developing some large
about lhe 3,000 foot le
somewhat of lower graMc
menis recently completed
have greatly Increased
hfsidcs increasing the pe
recoveries, The daily tonnage
about alio inns, which \ieids TU
of concentrates. Ihis m turn
smelted at Trail and constitule
major portion of llie 30,000 in;
eetined lead wc are now turning
yearly. Their reduction works
lain furnaces which arc tn
■I. hundred tons ol gold-c
: dally."
'I li- Edison
last Saturday
'The Despatch
eerlamlv   mie i
theatre
hatl     a
Hearer,*1 wl
I (he  best
lagemcnt
tun. firm,
h    was
moving
Oolillo Stewart, ..I ihe Mojii
A- Stationer) companv, mil
charge of the iVntral ollice oi
new telephone companj. The
will he <>ii week ilays from «
lo '■* p.m. nml on Sundays irom
i.ui, tu S p.m. There will
phones tn town to starl with.
rate in he charged will he (3 a
month for husiness houses and %2 l..t
tesidonces. The phones and other
supplies will he ordered from i liicago,
pictures ever shown in Cranhrook.
"The Clock maker's Secret," was also
commented mi hy all who saw it,
as a first-class motion picture. Mr.
Sullivan's singing was good "Black
Jim" being iln- selection. On Monday Mr. Worthington commenced an
as    soloist      ul  this
.cngngeiiH
(theatre ;
The first SnivSpokane train
the service was discontinued
Jauuaiy, went through Movie
Tuesday morning going west,
thc first Train going east
thtnugli Wednesday evening.
liains   have heen
-I   he
singer all mer  ihe
It
$ iuanitoDa notei *
J
>
•I Lumbermen *
* *
4 -_-   »
*t      Tip, Mitllltolillisi'enl inllv Inrilti'il ami Im*, nn,-nl ll.r l.,~l.li,iin_mi.iii.      Jf
_|       in III,-,'Itv.   Tin'lilll if-ll|,|.|i,-.l uiih llm hiisl ul l.i.|llllf uu.i IV.ii-       ft
Manitoba Hotel
DAN M-.DONAI.il,  I'HOI'KIHIOH.    CRANHROOK, 11. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Salilliliil
rsl if lit*
In.
,li-.|.l.,
■lll.lfllf.l
district,
unmenecs
nl ileal   .
nl in ilir
s ii
Tin*
Hi'*. I
I liter-
mat*
DEATH HI.'   \  PROMINENT C.I',
OFl-'ll'lAI.
ixl :
April ul.—Tin* I'liiiiiiliiui
nm- uf ils ulllcst .initials
;       ulini I'luiili's llriuk-
ut his residence
,.        f in    ,.,.-. ., , ,,u illness ,il   only
l-.verv tarm-T ■.■-,,. pi-nvlili-s liim- , -,,„ dlivs. .*,-,.. Drlnkwntcr's ileail.
sell ivitli ii lie.iuliiui Ilium-, surrounded wil| |„. a' (Hsiliic. I,.ss in the
by grcotii l«wn« -■ • "-is iintlis, a eoniiinny wlllcll lie sirvi-d liiillifulh
well cultivate.! form, ami all Hint |,„. s,; raB„, ™.s. Me had heen
makes life plcnstint, Is n lilesslng to|a mcmlier ul Vliai tho elder officiate
joy nmrhhorhond. Wen. there nn ,.an n„. c.P.lt. Family," Irmn the
tramps, no Banners, hut if all classes v,,rv orgaiilzatlon nl' lhc company
could tie induced hv prmier Iriiinin*;1!,, V.,<-,, iiiiii the exception of 1. ...
to become self-reliant oiti.cns, nst- (to,,.„ Ura third licc-prcsldcnt, ho
ful, first to themselves and indirectly w„s tbe only survivor of lhe small
to their fellows. In hearing' I'.nh his |„„|v ,,, 0fHolals who wilnessell tile
world's prouress, ihe i,;,.,), „| CHinndian Pacillc nnd had
Ils way huh- Ktavcd in   its service to ihe   present
M. cal,
Pai.-lllu  lost
Insl    eienin
water pas
in    this i
a fen dm
will he ii
company
lor    so
Khun- of tin.
inilleninm would hi*
•r.
day.
Cranbrook
Hotel &> s
llu.sl. .nnilnrl ■ Spi\iill»
llmiil Slatillnn In Cunntmlon
Nrair.l l„ milr.i*,.! .in.l lleput.
li.ni-.   (,,i   the   (.iiiiiii*   in.. .;i.,.'l
tin. and Cnli) llsih-
lln*. *lt'.*..„,IIIlHt..
i-i Iii Cranhrook,
HoKRarlh & Moiling
 Proprietor,.
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jl; The Cosmopolitan jjjj
L H. SMALL
Maiifcr
The   place
man will return
where  a
after $;;
stopping once.
j How to M UCK \ noon wtKi:
HAPPY
! aSet your wife as seldom as imn-
■tUe. If she is wann-heartetl nnd
cheerful in temper, or if, aftei a
day's nr a week's nbsence, -she mecti
you with a smiling face and in an
affectionate manner, he sure to look
coldlv upon her and answer her with
mnn-osvllahlfs. if sht- forces back
her tears and is resolved lo lookl
eheerfiil, sit down and yape tu lar
presence, iill she is fullv convinced ■>[
vour inditl'erenee. Nout think vol!
have anything to do to make her
happy, but that her happiness is •■>
flow from gratifying your caprices;
and when she has done'all a woman
can do, lie sure ynu do not appear
gratified. Never take an interest in
any of her pursuits: and if she asks
yoiir advice, make her feel that she
in troublesome and impertinent, li
•he attempts to rally you good natui'
•dly on nny nf vour peeiiliariuc .
ae^er loin in the laugh Iml frown her
into silence. lf she has faults
and perhaps may he ignorant ofi
(whieh, Without rtonhi. she will have,
never attempt with kindness to cor-
rrot them, hut continually obtrude
unon her curs: "What a got*f wife
Mr. Smith has'" "TImv happv Mr.
Smith is with his wife!" *,Vtiv man
mould he happy with such a wife'
ln company never seem tn know ton
have a wife. Treat all her remarks
with indifference. Re very affable
ami complaisant to everv other lady.
Jf vnu follow these direct inns. you
may he certain of an ohedient and
■heart broken wife
FAULT KIM)I\t!
STKJiN      HOV    GISTS IIIIOPKS
SCIIOLAKSHII'
iiiflon Stanley l-'ife. son of .1. A.
. mathematical aud science mas-
ni du- Edmonton high school,
won the Rhodes scholarship ior
eiia and Saskatchewan, lie is
vears    of   age and is   completing
his third vear at (Juecn'S iMiYi
sii v. He will leave for Oxford in
Hie fall without taking his degree,
He was horn ai IVterboro, Out.,
where his father wa. science master in the collegiate institute for
twelve vears.
Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH II. McLHAN, Proprietor
All Classes ot Sctoml-
liuntl Qootls
BUYBR OF   I'LiKS
I iiMiiiiiu' .>!' All Kinils, both
Now  nml Se«- I htlllll
Sage*
3 Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
uui
il
>du.
ds
;.   -   Unex:e!Iei in purity, strength and 'lavor.
Sold by leading grocers lrcm 50c lb.
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Be sure aad attend the
Dm
hav
Tl
siniv
last
last
and
went
These
running almost
on time ever sine.1. The trains go
Ing west, always stop ai Moyie, anil
ur two occasions ilinse ^onig
enst stnppcd hem.
Mrs. Mi'Kinnan ami daughter, ol
Hevclstoke, are spending a lew day.-,
In Moyie and are llie guests of ,\h
and Mrs. .MacKachein.
The hig strike   which   was      madi
lately nn   the   Aurora        hn
creating a    good   deal   of
niment.     Some samples
en     in   the   window uf
Stewarl's slore.     The men
the  properly are
take nut some   or
heen
avorahle
ean be
\. B.
working
getting ready
for shipment
RKLF-DKMAI. WKMK
The Herald hns been asked by tli
local represent-ulivo of the Salvation
Army to call the attention oi it':-
reatlers to the date nf iheir self-
denial week. This is fisted ior Mav
2nd and 1Mb inclusive. The work ot
the Sa'valinn Army in this dis
trict, as in most pa-rts ol Un
world, is now looked upon with
favor hy most classes. The Herald
kiiwvvs .something of what the Army
has accomplished in this district,
and feels every confidence in bringing heloro the notice of ils readers
the self-denial effort. Donations may
be sent to the editor or.to Captain
J. I.. Mi>ore, the officer in charge ui
the Jneul branch.
 4	
SAVS IT IS NOT SO
Alberta Star, Cardston: A new
ruling of the eustous ollice is to ttie
effect thai donations from the
States, Hie duty ou whieh d.
oot exceed ult cents, is entered
free. Have your friends label >
presents   as   donations.
Inquiries have been made from
Mr. White, the local customs oilim
who say» that the Star musl have
been mis-informed as he has
ceived no notification to the above
effect.
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THE BEEF
wc haw now on sale is thc first
Irom cattle fctl h>' our Company
all winter ami spring.
IT IS  FINE
No chance for disappointment in this
P. BURNS « CO., Ltd.
'. ', I'IIONI: Ml. ki
'I
READ THE HERALD
Don't get in the habit  ot  it.     lt i'
thi* easiest thing to tlo ami the hard
(■st thing to slop in the wide,     wldi
World.     It ruins vour temper       and
np-oiK 1he shape nf your mouth.   Try
and see the gqpd rather than        the
disagreeable in the people and     your
surroundings.     Voll would not go t«.
a friend's house anil find fault    with
what- she does and with what she has
and her ways of living.     What right
have vou.   then, tn find fault      witli
those who are more thnn friends    to
tou—the people of your own      blond'*
If   there   is   a     grftce that all   are
stingy   with,    it    i*    that of giving
praise, aud vet  it   is nm-  with  which
wv ought lo he lavish.     Whv should
you tell your friend thai   ber bonnet
is unbecoming, nnd when ynu     have
never said this to your sister''   Win
fih..iil<t you go out  to tea and praise
your neighbor's muffins,  when       you
have forgotten    to tell mother   how
good hers   were"'    Why should    you
announce how mueh Air. Wilson   over
the way    knows,    when father is    a
riv-at deal better informed man, ami
It Juts never entered your little head
t-ti whisper quietly to 'him hnvv   much
Vou   appm.in.te his   wisdom''      Vou
keep   your ability to   discover faults
should look    inr virtues     is    oloscd
tightly unt-'il you go out.     Don't wait-
till some one   Is gone from ynu    to
tell llieir virtues,     Don't wait until
lor   the  home   while   the   eye that
Tour   sister   la far   away in another
land   to    tell her   how helpful, how
pretty, or how courteous she Is; and
don't wait until the weary hands aro
crossed and the lent* sleep comes   he-
fore you make mother know what    a
beautiful hlue are her eyes, how tender her heart, and how dearly     you
love her.    Tell it all now—-now, when
the walk through life is hard,      and
the sunshine of praise is yearned fo'
to brighten it, and to warm nnd   encourage the pilgrim by the wayside.
Happy are they whose names sug
gest gladness and brightness, whose
presence acts as sunshine wherever
they may move. Even those who are
aot joyful by nature may become
thankful and bright hy grace, and re-
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JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Specialty
AikeiiH llluck. Crunbro-ik
NOTICE
Notice   is hereby given that thin
days after date I intend to apply   t
the  Hon.the Chief Commissioner     of
Lands and Works for a special license
to cut and carry away    timber from
the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Henry F. Landeck's southeast curner, planted at the northeast cornei
of Timber Limit 0214, thence north
7ii chains, to the northwest comer
of Timber Limit 621.1, thence west in
ehains to the southwest corner
Timber Limit 6185, thence south 40
chains to the southeast corner
Timber Limit 621a, thence west tm
chains, thence south 30 cliains, thenre
east, 120 chains to point of commencement.
Henry F. LanWcck, Locator,
E. W. Butts, Agent-
Dated at Oatewav, lit',, November
30th. 1007.
Permission to re-advertise remv-
-ivq se.* uii.-n aq.L -asiinqpiinu.i jqt
ed, i>-«t
LOGCHNG
BIG DOMINION EXHIBITION ii
* AT GALCARV, JUNE 29 TO JULY 9
and slop at the
QUEEN'S HOTEL
H.  L. STEPHEN8,
X   Thc Rest of Service.
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Proprietor
The Best of Rooms
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Null-nnil Strictly first ('Inns
Aiiii'iiiau Plan, $-. fiO per day up
UEPBOKE 208G
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
OHAS   Uartsey, Proprietor.
. Seymour and Conlova Sts.
Oppose C. I'- li. Station
Vancouver, B. C.
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jams'
i
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m
Canadian Hotel
p
One of the pioneer hotels of Cranbrook. Warm rooms, good meals
and a bar stocked with the best
§ Joseph Brault, Proprietor]
El I
s5gE5saHssEi!gaEHaa0SEiEi!aEiai3J3SEii
Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT 4 CO.. Proprietor,
CRANBROOK
B. C.
This la tbe hotel that they talk ■*•.-",:.
Wlio are " they" V
Tiie people.
Why do "they "talk ?
On account of the good meal*, the comfortable rooma, the excel*
I.;nt service, and the cordial.courteous treatment aeconled to all. hut a
meal at the Weniworth and you become a Wentworth booiter.   Trv it.
EAST
KOOTENAV
RA1LWAV
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"STEWART'S"!
TL,. I.,*,,. Iiu* Inn
Hf
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illill \ OK.OS-I     I.F.I II i K
PKI.RII!
II.UU.Wi.ill, 1,1. O..KA.1I
sTi;.v..itrn I'iNi; ninn.i.ATK«
HUGH STEWART
Plume lli Armitroiip .\\-e
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NOTICK     OF       MEETINO     0!
SHAUKHOLDKKS'
T.«lio notice tbat ttie lirst mutmc
ol tlie sbareiiotdets ol ttie East Koo-
leooj. l/ORSing Railway Company
• ill Ih- lii-lil at tbe ufflce M the Com-
panjr at Craobrook, .liiHMi Coluiu
bla, ou Uonday, Uie IMli day i.i May,
.mie, at the hour ol ten o'clock in
ttie forenoon, for ttie election ol DI*
rwM-*>, aud tbe transaction of otter
Hiaii.r.-rs connected with or Incident
to lhe undertaking.
Hated   at Cranbrook, B. C,    this
10th duy o. April, now.
Archibald l*ltcli,
W. V. Uurt,
I 5t I'roiisional UirecU.r',
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Ill, llr,llll.HI ubi'i.-I'Mil.
primiptli 1» order*-
THAT IS WERDEN
11.- mnltpd ii ifliwlfllti ot u|] kinds
..I
TRANSFKk BUSINESS
AND M-HIV; I'UNOS
ll vi..< null* your Furniture moved
Mii.-lv vuii hnil i-'iitl-hII up
'   IVKItPKN
mMi|.l':sTHKI',i:-T OFCOAt,
Alan ilfllvoifl HtlflAlt ilir.el frmu
tii.- ri'liniTv tlirnilffb th- whole-
mill. pKipln lu dn' ri'tilll
trii.li-
TKliRPHONB •«
(llll<o in tVBIlbrooll Hotel  H1...1,
W. E. W0RDEN
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
C. M.  VanWorracr, Proprietor.
HANSON    AVE   CRANHROOK
Horses, stoves, new and second
hand furniture, stoves, tinware,
crockery, glassware, aa>thin_j      and
everything trom
a white imnise.
Vou'll be sur; r.:
dnllut will at retch
and gaze upon u
ii will Bave y..u
smile on yoiu face
white eiepha'it lo
.   and
money
far your
'.■<re. Come
..;ir stock,
DON'T READ THIS
Tin French Dry Cleaning process
enables us to clean mens pants, suits
and neckties, ladies suits and skirts
in such a way that they positively
loot.* as good as new.
We are experienced dyers an,! cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
lend anything down east pr up west.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
omoBJ. LEASK, Tailor
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms with Baths.   'Ph >n"- In
every room
Barber 9hO| the pri-nni"*:-.
Thoroughly up-to-date.
Rates, $2 OU a day and up.
GjGO. !'■ WELLS, Proprietor
B. TOM KIN, Manager
W. B. Bwiltr, Fun,r»! NfMtiif
Crnnbrook B. C. I'honi No. 99
A W N I NGS
All Styles and Colors.   Made on
Short Notice
A. GRENIER, Maker
Armstrong Ave., Cranbrook
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\ Handley ivery and :
eed 'tables
TIIK    1>T IK NOSE TOO
GOOD FOP.  CRANBROOK
WE ENDEAVOR TO FURNISH
THE BEST
Rigs, Riding Horse,  nnd
Pack Horses lor any
part ol the
District
WE. WANT TO SAT.SFY TOO
BAXTER
& 1.ANGIN
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• CRaNBHOOK-I ERNIi:
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
President: T. 8, Uili.
Hei'retury: Otoios Asnwoimi
I Kor iiiforniHtinn regarding Inndn
, ami agriculture apply to the
, Secretary, Ortnbrooat B. C.
Cranbrook
Livery  S
Team, and driver, furnished lor any
point In the district.
A. DOVl P, Manager THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
98.00 A  VK.Vi:
.-.. . v i-i-.wik- III-'-II \ 1.0'advertising medium, as may be seen
I R.VN BltOOIv IH-1'"'' by looiring over the columns ol tliis j
tl, lhe Herald   I'ahllehlng Company, j issue,    Added to this Is thc lact that
TIIK   l'APKI!
A GREAT NEWSPAPER
l.luilted.
________________________________________      rliius
luCiil advertisers lind tlial, eu-n       a Dully News
•Ingle Insertion    ol an advertisement usefulness  n
Mitiir mil Manager.
iln the Herald brings rosults.   A
tan- commercial institution in
-1,1,..... placed   an advellisi-iiiiiil
Ion,* week calling llie public's attention tn certain 1 itick nl goods. Tilt'
manager of tills institution told  tin*
{lleralil llial Within a win* li
about -..uu worth of goods as
itei result uf the ono insert in
Herald believes in sivliiK valui
eeiveil to i,*, advertising piitriv
lay, tlie 23rd, the Nelson
■liised its sixth year ol*
lie people   oi    Knot
| OBSKKVATIONS  \
v HV   IIIK 01.11 MAN. *
^vo^sis-aaiicetxctitc****
Tin  Herald is growing,
Fot t|uiie ,t number ol years thnl
lleiald lias maintained that ft.ni-
brnnk was the hrst i«.wn nf its s\'e
in Canada. Developments mouth by
mouth uie demonstrating thai ihe
Herald has tntii ri^bi. L'ranbvook
is irrnvvin« and is getting to he a
belier i..un in every way month by
Bitmlh.     Who wouldn't buost n town
Something shoiili
vent the youn-gBtcm
toeiti* buildings hv
■anting remarks,
innre CH less lend.
hi' done   In
around tow
scribbling
whieh ale lis
Tin
Days. I uder lhe management and
editorship of .1. K. Deane, the News
tor ims done a power oi good throughout
the lai-;*' district in which it circulates \s ;i newspaper, that is a
palter which gives the news, it is
soId hy lar ihe best in the iiiterinr nt the
province, whilst its editorials are
well written, fair towards its political opponents and always most rood-
able     M is t.. be hoped that .1.    K.
De.ine will long he sparctl to (tin tie
the destiny nf the New.s, ami lhat in
lhe nenl future a fair share ol
material hem-lil may be enjoyed bv
t.. his enterprise,
The
and  him
illv ,
ffliitol
li.n.i. i
tBtone   work nf the     t'anadlnn
[ol I'liinmeicf is ili'la.'.-d m this wav
as aie iii.io lhe uewl> painted premises o| limns Brothers.
Cr.uiliri.ok is nol  bcttlnd the- rest
of the    world  111   the   mallei- nl a
Cleaning up day. Monday. May ith.
bas been declared   a general  cleaning
up dav     and     the provisions ot the
bylaw will   he strictly enforced. A
notice appcairtl   in lasl   issue ol the
l.lHKi: \l. UI-KTIMI
1    Am. el iu-. i
Llboml   asM.ciall
MlRbttm's ball
ith, ul
delcgati
be
held
ihe     Cranhrook
i   will  be   beld     111
n   Thursday.   May
.30 p.m. for the election   oi
in attend the convention tn
1  Nelsnn June Ith, !«»«.
like
'rnnbrookl
Kvi iv  m*w
citi/en  in  lbe  town and
•vert    new s
etller   In   the-    district
llloil'iil   he   III.
tde to feel thoroughly al
fcome.     The
"glad hand" should     he
exten led and
they should he made   to
fw!   that   w.
aie sO-ad to have    ihem
linongst ns.
Herald and shntitd  he re
property owner and in
id bv
.at  in
evei v
lhe
have
will
MKTHOniKT CHURCH
Mi
Let
make
everybody gvi togethci and
Hie cleaning up day proclaimed
by Mayor Kink the greatest success
%lom. ihis line thai Cranbeook has
ever experienced.
Sona-tmn,; should he done without
further delay to sive hrttei lire protection at the school bouse. I- is
all right su long -as there is no lire,
hut if there .should he a lire -and a
muntwr ol children he lost in tlie
bonllagratlon the authorities never
eoulri forget the fact thai they had
failed lo make ample provision tor
■atet-v
idtv and lived up t,o. It will
to be lived up to or the result
be a severe line.
The Herald has just received a con-
•Ignment of about fldUO worth of
paper stock, Tbis is one of the
llnrgpst shipments ever brought Into
[Crnnbrook and comprises the grentenl
|variety of printers stationery of all
kinds ever brought, here. The Herald is, therefore, in a better position
than ever to turn out good work.
3rd I
scrvico in the morning
l.e followed by thc
tii of members. i
ul  and   Itihlc class     at.
Children's
at eleven lo
annual roll
Suii.I.iv  sell	
3 o'clock.
Kveiling service   at 7.30.     Subn'ct
I Rest.   Shall    We Pro-
n-i \
pel
ll.
hi
ment of the Lord's
administered after
Su lithe
Monday—Ln
niid   the late
best
Itiit
Tbe statement made in some
Tory newspapers that tbe nomination(l)iineal
of Duncan Hoss to be the standard [are nv
bearer of thc Liberal parly for Vale- men li
Cariboo w'as a machine nomination, jhn
is as unfair as it is untrue. Mr. Ito.ss
faas worked bard for his const Imiciicy
and for thc whole ol British Columbia..; Whilst he has heen the sitting
member and n he had llonc nothing
else but, bring railway competition
into the country, he wnuld be entitled 111 re-ruiminal ion. I low ever,
Mr   Ross is nominated anil be    will
be eleetcd because the pcnple ol Y-ale-
Carilion know a good tiling when tbey
toe it* and "Duncan1' loolts good t<
ihem.
Martin    Hurrell    has been
as ihe Conservative candidnte
Yale-Cariboo.      Duncan   Hos
been chosen as the standard
uf the   Liberal     parly,   conn
no matter     who wins or who
Vnle-Carllmo will have a g I
ber.     While   the   Herald
agree with  Mr.  Ilurrell's
is    lire In      say      thai
upright     and and honest
and there   \< no quest Ion
the   campaign in     Yak
■lecte
.da
be
•an,  above    hoard   and       tan    mcnl
Ross    and    Marl in    Hurt ell  goltlt
i ni the best types .d Western, Reid
Hrili-sb Columbia.   Tbey  both!
the   besl    interests   of       thc
lies'     basketball teams
livm -executive social al
8 -o'clock.
District meeting,
1   Wednesday—District    meeting.     Lull dies'   \id meeling at 3.3(1 o'clock,
for f    Ki 'id,. \ —Husiness meet in^    of       \ he
bas clutt at 8 o'clock.
hearer]   Ai    the   annual meeting  of       the
lucirtly Sunday school Mr. A.  Vrootn       and
looses,'(J. tt   Patmore   were elected super in-
ii.  Mis. Manning     ami     Mrs.
.; K, Patmore, secretary; Miss
treasurer;    Miss K. Johnston,
organists;    Mr.     G,   Itecce,
The cradle roll     will      be
'barge  af by Mrs. fi. W.   and
Patmore.        Ml the   depart-
were well reported upon. Hern   thanks   to    Mr,   W. T.
is passed.
 ♦	
mem- )j|
does       not temlenl
politics,   it pi est
he     is    an Huqhw
gentleman, usher.
but    that talo-i.   •
boo will I-;, n.
lit try nl heart and    each,
his   own way ol thinking,
In   make
sii Cotumb a.
bigger
along
doing
il bet- Uw
IMIKSUYTKIIIAS  C11CRCH
(in     Friday   evening    at H o'clock
TWO MAGNIFICENT WINDOWS
mini open meeting ol the
Women's Foreign Missionary Society
Will he held in the old ' ehureh.
This meeting is in the form of a
social. A short, bright programme
ol songs, reciUitions, etc, is being
W. 1). Hill ik Co. lmve two window prepared after which refreshments
displays this week that are a will he served. A collection will
credit to the company and Mr. be taken up during the evening
Jeremy, the designer. One in the on behalf of missions. This is the
dry tjtiods department shows lbe onlv appeal the W.F.M.S. makes in
latest styles in lhe finest fabrics, the vear, and Lhe evening will be
Tbe Canadian Pacific railway de.[Magnificent holts of ribbons, the like an enjoyable one so it is earnestly
•erve a treat deal of commendation of which has probably never heen hoped that many will come. Dn
for the wav in which they are en- shown in Western Canada before. Sunday evening next, along witb one
deavntfng to    exlend a scheme      of Dress    goods   that    equal    anything t" two sister churches of the     city
floral decoration    ahoul their station that   could     be    ( id
premises    frnm     St. John. N.IL, to'cities oi Toronto,   Uimtret
Vancouver, B.C.     At Cranbrook   thelSpok-nne, and everything has been ar
tulips wiH he in flower very shortly
and this    summer tbe station garden
should be ■
Cranbrook.
■ of the beauty spots ..f
ranged so that "there is a harmonious blending ol color anil uo
woman in the eily has passed lhe
window without stopping to examine
the display.
In the    furniture window in
du
The Morning -Ubert.iu, of Calgary,.
leached the end ol its sixth vear ■ f utore on Armstrong avenue tliere
Usefulness on the Uth. The Ather-a display of rugs, lace curtains and
tan is a good morning newspaper ami tarpots, that has aroused th.
one nf which the peph nf i algary |«lty of strangers, as they
anil \lberta should be proud. It, understand how a town the rtze o
covers the field ol Alberta as a prov- Craubrook can warrant any Imsi-
ince and gives the news which Is ness man carrying sueh a stock
what a newspaper should do. The Huga imported frnm France, lace cur
Albertan has kept pace with the\ta&M lhat include Irish point
growth of Calgary and 1he province 'nnge in price from $IK to $3!
of Alberta nnd lias become n, power »'e,! as ,lie Plainer style
in that prairie province. The Her-•«• to $7.0(1. The carpels
aid hopes that the Albertain will,*"™ the largest manufacturing
have mnny more vears ol prosperity wbllsbinent iu the world nl
ahead of ii and ihat W. Davidson, I'00'- I'-ngla-nd. and imihini
the editor, and H. W. Rose, the bus- <™n "e ,n1in'1 '"
ineRS manager, mav long lie in con- Thcr'' are iUl Ha1wns' "r1 draperlec,
trnl i>f the wheel which steers the1"1"* i"'t slllis. t,I',t ■■■*' «qutattc .in
it,i|i. [coloring and figuring, and will dn all
the and witb many churches throughout
I, Chicago, Canada, the subject nl lbe pastor's address in Kimx church will
be: "Shall Not B. C. Have One Rest
Day in Seven Along With the Olhei
Provinces.'' The preservation oi
Sunday and the enforcement of the
Lord's Day Act is a question ol
the]first importance and should be seriously considered by all.
that
ll'olil
I.IV el'-
bettoi
a n ad a
__—___—_—_Wk   m (thai anv  woman w.mt
The city team are husv drawing the tome attractive and he
•trret sprinkling wagon' these davs. * '"■ have gone utthe
Lots nf snow in the east bur tne!t0 W™. nif> PW1 ,!"'
dust is (lying in the banana belt
aki
ullftil.
lever before, and
succeeded,   which
This is cleaning up time and greal
vigilance    should be exercised       in
burning up rtthtrfsb so as to avoid any
danger of fire.
Loose paper, excolslni and oUtar
lntlnmahlf waMe should he gathered
ap from the yards and alleys of tbe
Congested disirieis of the city so fts
to lessen the danger of fire.
Nnw is the time t«» make the lawns
and to plant tbe gardens so that the
■uminer months may be *pcni In
beautiful surroundings.
A nupiher of town lnts haw tli.tnr-
ed haml*- 'his week and every lot
bought is purclmncd for the purpose
of huililing a dwelling for Uw pm-
CliHMT tn live in.
Manv years ago Colonel Baker made
■oniP i'xperimenTs with sugar beets
on the Cranhrook ranch, the result of
Which was that the beets grown here
carried a higher percent age of sugar
Iban those from other parts. A
autrar factory would he nn excellent
thing for the district, as there nre
thousands of acres up and down the
fallev and on tbe St. Marys prairie
Which would make excellent sugar
beet land. We want every kind of
industry we can get in this district,
and this is nne thnt. should not he
overlooked. The sugar beet is very
easy to raise and will grow almost
anywhere, and there is no reason why
tn Ihe course of time, the heel industry should not lie one of Kast
Kootenay's many assets.
There is no doubt about the Herald Iieing a good advertising medium,
and perhaps the best proof of It is
that people on the outside are con-
etantlv sending in advertising to the
Herald. Tbe Nicln Vnllev Coal
*% Coke company and the British
Canadian Wnnd Pulp A* Paper company are each using tbe Herald as an
Rtock
thai
best
they    surely
ividcnccd
Ihey nre displaying.
he
Hill
than
have
the
LAURIER TO VISIT B. C.
A semi-official announcement comes
ln.ni Ottawa to the cflcct that Sit
Willi id Laurier will deliver only seven
political speeches in Britisli Columbia during his proposed usit to the
coast.        Tbe places     to   be specially
favored iu this connection nro
Cranbrook. Nelson, Kamloops, Sew
Westminster, Nanalmo Vlctnriu and
Vancouver. The premier eiptvis to
ex 1 md his trip M f.u ninth as
Prince Rupert,
A CARD
tlial
has
Wi
over thirty-seven years of pi,
experience in piano bustncsn
taught us Ural it pays to
our customers a squnre deal
herewith publish a letter whir
only ,i sample of dozens that we
receive from our outside customers.
We had Mi. Hayward's piano selected
at the factor) and shipped direct
tti him. Our abundance ol capital
enables us to do llie largest husiness
of any piano house in the province,
and we claim that no une is giving
as much piano value (ur the money
as we. we sell anywhere in British
Columbia aud on easy terms to honest people. It pays piano buyers to
correspond with us before they
purchase a piano elsewhere.
Respect fullv,
Montelltls Piano House, Ltd.
Proprietors of the Largest Music
Concern in Vancouver.
Cranbrnnk, B.C.,
April in. |am,
Mmitelius Piano House,  Ltd.,    Vancouver, B.C.:— i
Sirs: Our piano    arrived in      good)
condition,     and   wc   are very    mn ' '
pleased with it.
Yours respectfully,
8-lt (Sgd) W. G. Hayward,
Butcher Business for
Sale
Having decided to devote their entire attention to Calgary retail business anil wholesale traMe only, at
Other places, The Dominion Meat
Co., Limited, oilers for sale their
large and profitable retail business at
Cranhrook and  Fernie.
Hntli businesses are well established and very profitable.
Turnover at Cranio tint, $ii.uuii nn
per month
Turnover
month.
at    Fernie M.r.OlUib    per
Address al! communications to
Till1: DOMINION   MRAT CO., LTD,
Calgary, Alta. 5-3r
Lumber Yard Location
Hcsl site ior Lumber Yard in
Cilv ui Calgary
FOR  SALE
Will lake hall value io Lumher.
Apply Box No. I, Cranbrook Htmld.
i lies
HILL & COMPANY
TIIfiRli in an air of distinction abuut the man wlm wears 20TH
CENTURY  BRAND  CLOTHINC  which no other class of
Clothing appears to imparl. This is a well known and
acknowledged tact among men of refinement and discriminating tasle.
This spring the 20th Century Brand Clothing Manufacturers seen.
to have excelled themselves—il il be possible- and their garments
have an exclusive distinction that is most pleasing.
A new consignment we have just opened would do credit lo lhe
City of New York. We would ask you to call and be convinced
that for STYLE, FIT ANO FINISH, there is only one class ol
Clothing made in Canada that can satisfy the mosl fastidious dresser,
and thai is
20th   CENTURY BRAND CLOTHINC
We are exclusive agents for this brand of Clothing for Cranbrook.
HILL & COMPANY =
CREATEST STORE
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Seeding Time
ll you would have r.-sulis Irom your
-priii-j sptidlng yon ittuni liny onl) lli* U*ai
.-'i'ii.--. Ottrsi.ru gi.iirii.ili-i.il io i><* N.*„.
I*'i'f-*h T.-uietl Wee.li.,   \V,- huv,.
Steele, Briggs". Toronlo; I). M. Ferry's,
Detroit; Mckenzie's, Kri.iid....
lu I'lickfts. *V. in,* mikI _".
ONION SETS, per It,   . Sou
MI'LTU'iahlllS. |,,i' II, gOo
M.Kl-:\ziK'8    .ii'.\i!.\N'n*:i*;ii
LAWN UKASK Sl-:i-:ii, -,.•■■ II, Hoc
McKKNZIE'S WHITE CLOVEll
I.Att'X SEED, per II-        "a>.-
Sep my own Lawn, SEEDED lost s|,rint,'
if you want guarantee of Quality
I am taking onlem for Betiding limits.
Hedges Shrill™ or Special House I'lan.s.
G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
Ml SEEDS LOOK ALIKE BUT ONLY NEW 8EEDI MOW,  WE OMMNTIE OURS
Boots,  Shoot,  Glovot, Crookory
CRANBROOK, B. C.
*********
Odds and Ends
Spring el.■ailing ivvi'iiU mt.n- limn rliiBt,
\\'.* have fount! some .,1.1 lines iu ilnnin
.'iml Shoes, iml old or old fnHhi.iu.il stock,
lmi 'liinn nf If,i year's litsis wo eai.'l
replace,   In
Men's Patent Leather Blue her
Cut  Boots
wo Imvu .1 lull rnngfl of rc/ch from .V1, It, il.
lli.- regular in'iees of which are 85.60, JII.OO,
mul SU.nil.   SALE PRICE, *il,60,
MEN'S l',( iX CALF BM'CHEH
H. K ITS', sizes 7, 8, 81, llj, regular
price  H.nO, for    W.'A",
•MKN'S BOX ('ALE BLCCHEKS.
sizes 7. M!,. HI, regular price l)S-t.00,
for...     82.60
A few LADIES' OXFORDS and
SUPPERS ut 81,00and 81.50 per pair.
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!BURNS brothers!
for
LADIES'
DRESS
BOOTS
aA Pretty Foot
SHOULD ALWAYS BE WELL DRESSED
Ku'it liiily wlio wears our Shoes lias elegance
uml comfort lu liei fuotwear.
Tlioy tire designed lo make every foot look im
IIKHT mul to give l.ASK ami PKitVIOK as
well Tlio leathers are the no.si fnaMouable and
Ihe workmanship faultless.
Ui- 11(1011011 up a large com
,nii.'-i.i nm nil [joekol 1 Ls.
fni .....luf al
FOR
LADIES'
SMART
OXFORDS
Ladies' White Lawn Waists
|j   Wc It.-.v.- il,,- LARUEST STOCK nf lhe tihovo ever brought into CRANBROOK : nol oulj
lliul. Iml iln* styles surpnss nil others,
i: Special Prices : $1.00. $1.25, $1.50, $1.95, $2.25, up to $7.00
Skirls
Auu! Iht  fresh del ivory jusl  In  li.'iml
;; PANAMA SKIRTS In Colon.Ni.vy, Brown,
Oreum nnd Black, in GORED or PLEATED
STYLES,
AI $5.75, $7,511, $9,511 and $10.50
Gloves
hxteplioiial Value
LONG TAN LISLE OLOVES, with  i	
I. nitons t. ii wrist, ut per pair ...........      ,75
LONG WHITE LISLE CLOVES, with Lace
Arms, worlli 85e. a pair: now ,65
LONG  KID GLOVES,   Pyrin's best, ii,
Tan, White and Black.
Per pair  $3.25 & $3,50
ii BURNS BROTHERS
REID  BLOCK
CRANBROOK
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Fishing Tackle
Our Spring Shipment of lushing Tnckl-u and all
tin' luteal aon'SBories am nuw opened up. See
our fine assortment of
Rods, Lines, Reels and Flies
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company f
X C. II. ALLISON,  Manager I.IMIIHli
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TRAP SHOOTERS
Will  nul.'  llilll   we   an*  iii ii |i.i-i
Iii,ii iii haudlu llieir requirements,
nml al Iln* right |iri.-e.
■ We have iiioal anything else in
A.MMI'NITIOX. lot,
J. D. McBRIDE
llunlwnre t-iiiiibi-ook, li C
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11
FERNIE STEAM LAUNDRY 1
Have opened a large Steam Laundry
in Fernie with all the latest machinery
and improved methods io turn oul
Firs! class  Work
DYEING, CLEANINC AND PRESSINC
IN CONNECTION
We solicit your Patronage.   All work
lefl with the
I Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.
will receive Prompt Attention
:: CALL IP PHONE 63   F.J. F.PERRY.
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The Best end Latest Cul
Tobaccos in Ting
H0U8E OF COMMONS
10N0ON CUT FlUC
CARIET0N NAVY CUT
.1 for 25c. Cigars
JIM Hill
IRVINC
CHAMBERLAIN
IEREST0RD
MCDONALD'S  UliAP STOKE
braiilifooli, 11. C
CRANBROOK TRADINli CO.
CorllPI Win 1 Ioniciliiii Dtltick Avr,
Telephone So. IAS
Han* (list    ff.-iif i .i mil
McLaughlin Carriages
Prices mu^p frnm
$40.00 to  $200.00
\..« iv the in...- i.. Invest und got
something tlml yon win enjoy
>«d roach, Hum—i'-r.s.
rubber    tires.
j Good coaoii, $8.00.—C.Q.S,
Morris chairs; cash, $9.00
Go     carts,    rubber    t iii-s.
c. c, s.
! Miss V Hacnarty, of Movie.
Cranbrook today.
Mayor Kink went to Calgary
business yesterday.
Milton Moore, late ol Mar)
is now at Kercmcos.
Call and see tbe moat up-twlate ?*?Vn 5L?f'AitS Tm^ Y?'
range at Patmore Bros. |J*? *> "* *«»  to    m>' »PP«*u*
_   ,,    ,., ,  . ,, .their value.—Patmore Hros.
S. M, l-.ihv.mls ret urned frnrr
trip to Spokane yesterday.
V.   Hyde   Maker   returned
Spokane yesterday morning.
Miss PatroUna Bourgoine is
taring from an attack of tonsfHtli     |   WANTED-Oopiea    of    the   Cran-
Leslie Hill, the first manager of brook Herald of the following dates:
the North Star mine, passed through.lulv 11, November 29 aud December
Cranbrook on   his   way to the coast. 118,  190G,     Apply to the Herald    of-
Ken Liml,   factotum for Drs   King'"**- 3-tf
& Qreen, is in   the hospital seriouslyI   You need not be the best cook when
UL jyou cook on  a    Sask-Altn ranee.
i: Bceman, ol Perry Creek, was few toon just in. Call and se
registered at the Royal <* Mon- them before they are snapped up -
d..y [Patmore Hros.
It. II. Bohart, the well known' There wi" ** a meeting at B.30
Wardnei hotel man, is In Cranbrook °" Monday evening at Mighton's hall
today, it" orgnnlW) a laerns.se club      ah
READ THE HERALD
HARNESS REPAIRINC
Leave youi orders (oi Harness,
at.y -t> le.     Any Price
FLOUR AND FEED
LOCAL NOTES
P.li'K l*:|i I'P ABOUT TIIE ,'ITV uy
ASK.N.l QUESTIONS l.v
MANV l'.*:(...|,H
Ootid rnn.'h. tO.00.—CCS.
Morrlii  choirs., cash, $».(....—C.l'.S.
Ifcm McKay Is nmv Iti tlio retil rs*
.alt- business in Montana.
Chii-i nl Police l>n« went lo Vic-
tm i.i on  business las. Sunday.
A l'. Il.iwness visited Valik uml
ottit-r wt-stern points „n Montluy.
.1. Young, IJ. S. customs officer at
Kiislluui, s|ienl Siintlav in l.'ran-
brook.
Frank llerosier, Hie well known
Jullray ritni-liinim, wns In Cranlirook
on Monday.
Oeorse Bremner It-It lor Edmonton
last Friday, where lie will remain lor
tome time.
.1. F. Armstrong, governmenl agent,
visited Mnyook on Monday on ol-
lici.il business.
OotHl room, witli electric light, for
ant, in private residence, Applv ,J.
II. Hnurgoinc. j.],.
,J»*n Hanoury, president ol the
North Star Lumher company, 'was in
rran-broolt on Monday,
Malcolm Mclnnis, ol Klkmouth, was
shaking hands will, his many Iriends
In Cranhrook on Friday
! «
-I'.C.S     <;,,    carl
Si.mi- C. C. S.
A. M.   Black, ol the     Untie)  lum
s   in lut eompnnv, was in Crauhrotift    ,n;
Monday visiting his faun)*.
&nl   WANTED— Second bantl cook stove
AnlMy .los. II. McLean, Old Curiosity
ville  sl*"f- Cranbrook, B.C. 3-tl
All     the   most  mtHleru  Improve-
I   FOK   SALE—Eggs     lor   hatching
.Irom   Host-  Comb   Brown   Leghorns,
lr°m Imported   stuck; prize winners; SI.5U
per sitting ol 15.   A. .Inline, citv.
ill- 4-tI
Inhli 1'llii'all Smilll
f.u ii. Fort --ii-el
.Mi-     inhli hmi'iiii Smith   returned
Irom ;
tiiiii...
On.. Wisner, ol Wardner, wa
ifisnmi ,,i iiii* Cosmopolitan
Saturday.
R.  A. Webster, of Curzon, was re*
•istcn.l at id,* Roynl at Hit* end    ol
last week.
W,
tfitfi,',",! in   Canada 'a national
should in* present.
The a|i|«-ar.iiitt* ol the Alliens Muck
on tin* corner of Baker ami Cran
brook streets, is bein** much imptuu*.
hy u new coat of paint, which is tilling applied toMay.
WANTED—Tenders lor one hundred
curds ol dry   taniaruc ur lit,      iiihm
,,     ,,     . . , have been   cul   green   last      wintel
k* L„L   ,   mi' " li"°"'n P* turt*« iwrticillars applv  to    I*.
Kimberlev hotel   man. was  in tran- j.-,,*-,-!   Francis   Sask '      i;~it*
brook yesterday.
J.
Dr.   Mercer lett on   Monda
bro.,l
... Fitrpatriek "I Marvsville. Kernie, where he will look alter the
registered nl the Hotel Cran- practice ol Dr. Hlgglns tinting tho
ycsioroaj Halter's visit to tne United    states.
Miirhlc      head      cnlibage, thc where   be goes to lake a post-eradu
linn, snowy-while kind, .it       Flin, slate course.
Pure Food Grocery. |   j   F   Huclicrolt did a greal    piece
Manley, the srcivnW sun of Mr. and of work on Monday night when lie
Mrs. IV. I), Iiill, is confined tn the ud his men took up the whole
hospital with typhoid leverf ol the door in Beattie ,v   Atchison's
William   Carlin,   the well    known store and   laid    a   new une between
merchant of Fort    Steele, was       a dark ami daylight.
Crnnbrook visitor yesterday. j   Why    not have a hand-paintnl sola
There are infill men out of work in cushion and do it* yourself. Nuw
Prince Rupert so it is well for people is your chance. Mrs. T. K. Glass
tn keep away from that point "'"'   '" ' '	
{.inner Jones, of the ('rows       Nest „      , ., . i
Pass Lumber   company, ol   Wardner,| K">'al ""'"■ • '■• ■'
was in Crnnlironk on Saturday. I   "'" *    Co. havo    a bargain      u
I.OST-A I.C.S. receipt book. Ki^.'ljdics blniise waisls.     Nexl Saltml
er will be rewarded by leaving    the ""'J   *'"  oli**
same at      ilie Mutcl 'Cranbrook.
t will give lessons and sell the supplies.
.'Call and see lor yourself.     Room 0
112 of these     gi
merits which have heretofore sold   at
.    „.    .. , ,,   . ,  .. ...   -Irom   $1,511    to 1*1.75 at a     iiniiiini
».   W.    McVlttC,    HA.1..S.     Of   VlC- priw nf 7r, -0„ls,
.una. an    ultl-llmet* in (.ranbrook, is    ., ,   . ,	
in the district on surveying business.,   "j"-8   ctaHnV™*. «»■ ?•-< •' •&
p    i,i.„i    „,,,.-i.i-.„,   At  ti,.  ,.._'   William    J. Moore, ol Windermere
mL   p...'      !t! -JUL-,,       ^5 •*MtT k-™"'" ~" "»-'«<•'<> Bill,"   wa,
wTr\,Jr"-.I Zb7l2K3?,!«**  » Cranbrook visitor last. week.    M
Wardner,   was   in  Cranbrook yester- „        M   ^ h      ,   Cranbrook Ior
dav
1
, twenty years and sees quite a differ
The opera house will     be occupied **-.? in the place
',,'■.        „„   , I travelling ■ representative     ol       ihe
Engineer McFarlano returned on Canadian Pipe company ol Vancouvei
Friday Irom lhe east, where he a in Cranbrook today visiting with
has been recuperating from nn al tack his many friends here.
«        I     ,       v, „ . ,        I    W-     C'    V'"'s-    «*" »'»»   I" »«'
Mrs. Frank McMahon was down locomotive foreman's office for years
Irom kimberlev last week visiting an(| «bo was lately with .' ' 10
her mother, Mrs. Soper, whn is in i{e|,i, has illin(,-i ,*„. s,_u ,lf the
tin* hospital. | Cranhrook Cleaning A*     Dying works
M.ifciii'v's   dance at      the      new as business manager.
»l"'ra  I s'' Tuesday night was       a    Mrs.  W. Matthews, returned    trom
guild success      About forty couples a   trip lo   Spokane     on 'yesterday's
Were present. I Flyer, accompanied by     her mother,
D.     Bale,   well known    in       this Mrs-.   A.   Campbell, who will   spend
-listrid. is    nnw   engaged in    bridge a few days in    {.'ranbrook belore rebuilding   for    the government in the turning* to her home at   Hosmer.
Golden dislriel. |   ■*■„„   a0    not    gl,, |,,irgata     ,-,.•„.
.lames Broley, Hie well known ceries when you deal at Fink's but
I'nntraeini- and humorist ot Fernie, you do get grocery bargains. We
was registered at lhe lintel Cran- sell the highest qualities procurable
brook on Monday. :at the    same  prices us thc      lnwer
.1. Hanhiiry, ol Brandon, president and undesirable goods. Moral: Use
j! the   North Star   Lumber      com- ••"' best*
pany, was registered   at the     Hotel    Go     carts,   rubber    tires,  $1,011.—
Cranhrook yesterday. C. C. S.
Leave us your orders fur bedding J. IL Cameron, pi White River,
plants, pansy, phlox pinks, cabbage, is expected iu a day or two to take
loniatnes .md many otlier varieties.—up the Kutles ,u! roadmaster's    clerk.
On   Mr. Cameron's    arrival   George
,„    ii,, ,   ,.   ,        ,. i Foster-Thomas will leave      to take a
I rank  Hudson, ol   tarltoli, Oregon, '„„.■,„„,.     „„     ,),,. (iram| Trunk
is  visiting willi  .Ir    ami  Mrs,  I'.   ,V. R£?„o.    '"     ""■ Ura°"  '"""'
Campbell & Manning
Frank  Hudson, of
s.ep-
jlic railway.
War-del.      Mr.    Hudson is
biother nf Mr. Wardel. '  |   John Moe, district passenger agent
F.    .1. Mci'rohan, of Nelson, repre- ,or ttlc C-P-R* wit** headtpiarteis
renting    the   Mason   ft   Risch piano Nelsn".    accompanied   b> Mrs. Jl,
company, was registered at the Hutel 1S    spending today  with Mrs. Moe s
Cranbrnnk on Saliirdav .parents, Mr.   and .Mrs. Nedlson,       on
B* H. s t   has more   new    men Kf*£ «T     ,rora a'ri|1       t0
*n «„rk now and his stall is prepared w","tIlc«- MaB-
to   dn  all   kinds  nf painting      and    George J. McHenry   has heen    ap-
deeoaitine in tiniek time. [pointed local agent ol    the Monteliu,
The bridge across the St. Marvs 1>ia-*° House, Ltd., ol Vancouver
river al the Mission needs filing. B* c-> "J1 ■*'"' sm"> lia" «"• -*'sh1*1''
The railing is down in sundry places 'lon at„ hls, store samples ol the
■nd the approaches want grading.      lArt BS"    !''»"» and others ol       th
pn,.     n*   u„ia  ...™...i.j      . .JMontehus   ine.   Before buying      vou
MrsUSRcidR   KrSu'rn«,C0.rePmMC?-a,gaS;: -»»« s« *- c'*« ins«u!
jn Saturday.    Mr. Reid will remain
in Cranhrook until about Mav 15th.       Frank B. VanDecar and Mrs. Van
Geo. ,1. Mellenry, manager of   the'}^ar .J^j^PSto', •WB',,«
f-W      nnnrn      hmi-o*     mnrlncr        nitOurt.  "0ln      m   •iutOmOWlC _     trip  I
ument-
«-Jt
trip extending
Show Z!\J™B•MSKtaftairJpl^Li «« ,iearly»  55*-  wwteawa?
J; Snito?HilMKr#£ i.USrU**' and »* VauDwar visited Wasa,
done.- on Baker Hill for the summer. 8hwp creek    and   Bull river.      The
Mrs. N- Stewart-ScoM will re-'motor ear "Koyal" behaved itself In
ceivc on Tuesday, the "ith, for the a "royal" manner, running smoothly
last time before leaving for the throughout the trip and never ones
ranch  In Saskatchewan ior the sum- breaking down.
mer' I   Co     carts,   rubber    tires,  H.lW-
I am prepared to do all Hinds      of C. C. S.
h^0MSii,l5irimi,ltiBif' JSTnlf'^Hti papJI:l   Beale & Klwell, the    well    known
"'ll  .hJJL!1"* *u" i»J5T »a» «rt»te agents, have gotten n
ceive prompt attention.^  \\   Hyok- nea| b(JlklM wWch«* ,a (u||    0,
pictures     and   maps of the   (listrut.
■ ■■-'  ■■ - '■"   advertises some   ol
farm lands thej
troit, Mich. They were accompanied have for sale. Beale & Klwell are
hy Mrs Uriitgs' sisters, ihe Misses nothing if they are not etiterpris-
Wise ing, and   this latest publication     of
... A. It „s has been superintend- tWj**Jm*l„  """" "'      ""'"
lug the clennllig up of the premises la,1h '" ,1,c c0"Mr''-
in lhc rear of lhe Hnlel Cranbrook B. II. Short, thc painter ami
ami bus eetiainly made (I good job decorator,-is showing some ven
o( it. |fine patterns   in wall decorations. It
Sivlv-lwu     I .dies       lilnllse  waists *'" 'la>' >'"!' '"   r''".   as       """"    a*s
llg£3&to rt tAT ^ feia", 'wei^ ?$"%$
mi rv '* ' ' plement of painters and papcrhang-
""' A °' "■ ers who will he sent anywhere to
C, Kaiianl, of Medicine Hut, has paint or paper anything you want,
purchased the business of L. Cohti The busy time is coming, so don't
and will conduct a first-class tailor- he too late.—ll* II. Short, the
ing business at the same stanM on sponsible painter and decorator, fi-lt
Armstrong avenue. i ^
Eagle brand  condensed   milk      re-j
commended by all physicians to    ln'j
the best milk on   the market- for
fants.     Por    sale at    Kink';
Food Grocery.
man
M. and Mrs   II- Briggs and son re-'aiid incjrientally
turned on Friday from a trip to De- the  frufc  and
MQi'ou  uri:\si: act
p ?J Notice is hereby given that one
month after date I intend to apply
Ito the .Superintendent ol Provincial
Handsome new locks have been put Police for a renewal of my hotel
on some of the principal doors of the license to sell intoxicating luji
Cosmopolitan hotel. The one on the under the provisions of lhe
dining-room door was designed and Statutes in that behalf in ihe
put in place by F. W. He.\es. premises known and described as the
The   differences between  tlie      ma- Falls View hotel, situated at  Marys
ehinists', hoi Ier makers   and      (Hack- ville, B.C., to  commence      "»     the
smith' unions   and the t'.P.H.      are first  day    ot .July, 190R.
[being   settled bv   the Dominion   ar- Chas   E. Finch.
, bit-ration committee so      Wiat     all    Marysville,      B.C,     April    27th
duniser of a strike has been averted.    1908. 6-4i
We Couldn't
Improve the Quality of our
Drugs, so we have improved
our facilities for dispensing
them.
The Post Office
is iiiuved three doors east, and now
tht whole building and the time ol
the whole staff is devoted to our
customers.
We have just passed into stock
$2,000 worth ol
New Drugs and Stationery
and, as usual, our stock is the largest
and most complete on tht line.
We bave secured the services ol
Mrs. Noble, who will have charge
oi our Stationery and Fancy Goods
stock,
Drop in and see us. We will treat
you right.
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
FOR  SALE
A number of Bain and Cbilham Second-band Lofting
Trucks. Just Ibe ihiiig for Tie Contractors to buy.
For particulars apply to
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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THE CARDEN OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CRESTON, B. G.
HERE IS ONE OF THE BEST FARMS IN THE CRESTON VALLEY
149 Ann's of lineat fruit land on went side of Kootenay river,
opposite town of Creston: 2S acres of bottom land grows
enough wild buy to feed all farm stock; 10 acres slashed; two
tfind streams; good lot building; S4.4O0 Goc,l terms can
U- arranged.
FORFORTHER MRTICfURS HF-HY
CRESTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY
F. C. CORRY, MANAGER
P. 0. BOX 8      •     CRESTON, B. C.
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FRUIT LAND I   FRUIT LAND I
For Sale
In the RoMnion-MoKewle Tract
5 Acres of Excellent
Fruit Land
within one and a-half mile* of the Cranbrook Poat Office
Price $100 per acre
It Im- been rlcm'-nrtratetl tlott thi* land will grow all kinda of
Vegetables and Fruits tn perfection, and it* proslroity to Cranbrook
mak.-.- it very valuable (or market gardening and fruit nUing purposes
Apply Land. Herald Office THE   ORAXBItOOK   HERALD
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News of the District
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WritKii by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned Iran) Newspapers
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ihl-Jlii   UUr   *WU   eoliespulldeat)
lll.il.li
SU-li.
CKANBROOK SASH AND
HOOK COMPANY
\l iiiiifii.-tuivrs ami Donlow
SASIIRS, DOORS AND AU
KINDS OF RODOII AND
DRESSED LUMBER
DdUiil Work a Specialty
A    noiseless gun hns been iuv*
Now for the odorless  auto,
Mr. Taylor, the engineer at
mill, has left   for his old home
iho co.ist.      Mr.   Northcott lias
thc position  as  head englaeec
the company's hi*s mill.
Ito
i.tlli.l from oui midst to      Uw aaid.      "i
tteyoud.        Deceased,     whose Whut sort
ii     mime was      Uiss       Maggie "Weel, sir.
Ison, came to W.irdner D    little the   Lord's
*, year ago and   was married to *A\ she's;
•5   Hrown- aud since Mut     time
havo       resided    hero       Mrs.    pot   Hea
n\ death  came    as   a     BWete iuotk.
k Ut the community, hw sickness
ly a it--*    hours duration.    Meet me
he complained of      not by n   fugfu
n wife have   ynu
was thc response
kandiwotk,   Imt I
jg masterpiece.
■i. S      -...Le  PU h,
We    want-    that
ami must have it.
bridge
.il   W„
Mi.
is Ui
Kf..Ti.
Mi
nun..
Hi
oioei
Thompson, of Torotit.
iirw night opomtor   i
Ocorgo   Powell,
'■Die
week
well, Ur. King, ol Cranhrook, itoo's
ilt was called  and remained    by      her fence, so  wl
iken bedside null work«l heroically to save \liM*n> won't
A\ hei  but without, avail.      Kesides   her
Borrowing husband she leaves an    In- Hm-ii Mel.
taut  son.      Mr. Hrtnra and  relatives trading   coll
Inci   have the sympathy     of   tbe town    jn fc,,mo ibis «
this    Iheir   hour     of saddest     grid', tho dawn lu
nn ins    were sent ou     Sund.iv
lasi    to Mis.      Hrown's old "Say.     Ire
i Interment, mavriwl in .. c
— ,   «yw.i
W. Donanoe spent     Sunday "Seem wcitl
anhrnok friends. »-it ,|i,| thon
alone
up I.
got?"
-She.
cannu
Fred
llauwell Hoiir
o   home      it»*
Onl
tti.
The
jb, who hu
;u oi .M.■uiu
ik, looking .
Mini'.
,  heen     at
ii, [eturned
1.1 tup
ti.
Mr
wii). '
.ii Uie iu.
i ol tlgor
llennet t, representing
school ol Scranton, P.
r
Wheu Yuu
Cuine to the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Kockendorf
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$i.oo   RER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
in town .Sunday,
Kipltus's "Loiters    tn the Fi
are written   in the "N'ohod)
- Maky   Pies Like Motbei   I sed
Make"   Win.
I   Provincial Constable \duej w
, Cranbrook   Sunday  last.
I   Mr.   Peter Lund attended  a n
oi tho   lumbermen's   assoeialio
in Nelson last- week.
ally"
i 'an
etlng
held
'    Mine.   Gould and hei  *
Italian prince have left
iTo   escape quarantine
on different boats.
lie-
New
ea ttiod
York
I   J.--   McSonne
' ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Tea     Oacdens,
| # •  mimmer visitors
11 FERNIE 11
♦ *
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(Krom Tlie District Ledger.)
¥ Itogers, liie CI teat .Northern rnilwnv watchman who was slruck by a
L'.I'.R. (rain near Michel hist weok,
died hero Friday at the Home
hospital at about two o'clock with-
oitt having regained consciousness.
Mr. 1*'. li. Mitchell, of Revelstoke,
the Brotherhood ol
Hallway Firemen    and Engineers,   ol
It wouldn't now.'
id tlio I .liui.l Park
ttit-y departed
which   the deceased   was   a member,   . ,,'„.„,...,.;.    1(>tu,n^.l ' to    Fernie
ol Cotdrauge Lodge No. 341, was sent jL^Sini a pleasant   vacation at
! Mr. Blaisdell, sawyer in the big
mil), was taking in the sights in
I Cranhrook Sunday.
I Davjd Breckenridge was in towu
last week.
I Gomer .Jones was a Cranbrook visitor Saturday last.
! You ciu't keep tbe optimist ol
lhe   west down with a club.     Before
, tbey commence seeding they start
sending oul    assurances ol a    bumper
, harvest.
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
PIANO ANU DRUMS
lligli-Claaa Dance MttsU.
llmty* 1'p.tu.drtie
OpBn mr Oiu-of-iown Engage^
nielitf.
t 0. Box648      CMNWU10K, B.C.
Miss    tloag, of
in town   this week.
James Kay, the (
apcotor, is renewing
res this woek.
Kcrnie, is visiting
.p.n.
old u
iquaintati
There are Ihouvaiids of men in lhe
C rii ted Slates who can give you the
batting avrmge of tho star players
in Mie big baseball league who could
not name the members of the president's cabinet on a bet.
Mrs. Otto Wisner arrived home last
week after spending a few days
with friends in Cranhrook.
We never
tnow
t\ lut
a
night
may bring
orth in
Klki
. In
t
Wi
can   always
get tho
bos
at
lton's
general ntpn
.on  da
V  in
I
n
you come ah
ng.
There wer.
a large
par
v  o
I'oung
ladies   and .
'litlciiien  in
Lli,
i
Iron
Fernie.    Te
iderfect,
Ol
the)
would
never bring
heir   c
il.ee
lis
and
grub baskets
when
the
' ca
1
bu)
better rooWs
and clu
.IpCl
th.
a
thej
can in Kent!
Mr. Ferris,   of   the t'l
iilian Bank
incuts     The remains   will be    s-irip*	
ped today to Stirling, Ont.,       where    T| Q    , Nl„.t|1,.r„ r,,i|v
his father, Robt.   Rogers, resides. No b ,w ,„„ ,*,.,„,, ln ,.;il,o
lii,|ucsi will be held.                             it „ aiv-istotin.1      point
The t-it v clerk is keeping a    record *nI !"ture'       	
ot nil   permits   granted  lor the erec-    _,     j)ot)     waR ,      Fcr„io visil
tion    of buildings   during   the   year .,, •   .   k
PUIS, and in ordrr to keep them cor-      ' ___
rcclly and   to comply with the   city     A .)art,. fl* immigrants arrived
bylaws    ii is   necessary Ior everyone Elkorwitf, „:iK„„s and burses
t.. obtain a permit   prior to the erec- „.m sl)1., t0 Edmonton.
.ion    ol   any   building within       the	
lilllils of thccily ol Kernie. |   Th(.rr is    ll0 ttuth |„ (i,n      rfl,0rt
 ,     . '—"      . ,   „ „„„   thai   thc Indian     reserves    are    to
IV. A. Woi-sdeU returned trom Mon- h, thrown   op(,„ f(,r sottlcmcnt    and
'        thai    thc   Indians   Irom the different
ay might
and iitakt-
iu tin-
all*
treal last Saturday. He was there
two months attending upon h'is son
»'.
ill
his
tliat
t-„v
reserves  are to ninnlgauialo
and
Since
himselt wBilst      there.       »mce Km cranhrook     resembled nu Indian
return lie has     received   tidings ,*■*.,,,,. 011 t!ll, improved plan       Inst
Ins son (whom he thought    re- „w|. Wlls cauBH| |IV t|lt. p.,,,
ill bad lu   return again t-o (be „,,|d Mon„ sjmpsmi| ,v|,„ had invited
•pitni
Mr
We extetid our sympathies ,jlt,m
l.leasdell      iu   his ' troubles
About his bealt'h.
It. Smith, of Cranlirook,     was
town over Sunday     and Momlay.
.spend several  ilat
brook, nothing more.
Heaven helps the i.
i liusilt- on himsell.
I   Mr   II. II.
bnooh Insl w«
llohatl  was iu
-k    on business.
McVITTIE&PARKKR
Provincial Land Surveyors
tl,ILW»V  A!»W  «.NIVU  eNIIINEfilllltU
vt I. hit si. iii:
en an mn mi*.
.Innate.  Fu.ni-li'-l
■1,* I'.O 11.,*. -'-.
,1. 1' 0. Uox 11.
Telephone ITI
OranbrauksKeU llloel
(ieo. K. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CtlNTRACIORS
i vruik ir- »nr advertieeiuent, In
put Uiih a.l in UmHriuht to
emphaiiiKH it.
Mr, Storey, representing Live Rose!
was in towu last week.
Said the hig fat rotwter
To     t-he UtUe thin ben
"Tbe picking can't be good
Where have you been?"
v.
Tbe thin   hen cackled and said:
•if the neighbors bad no dogs-.
And    the women   never    s-aid shoo!
I would soon be as fat
/ id ugly as yon.'-* _
Misse*. Hazel antt L-litU  Lund     ve
turned to Nelson last   week to ic
sume   their studies ai    St.  Josepii'
school.
Mr. and Mrs, Albeit Brown an-
lil-Ue daughtei Ena spent Sunday n
Cranbrook.
llnw beautiful you .
ii home loofe witb a te
our garden seeds.
WilUara     Munkwttz   left    to!   Bur-
itws, Susk., im Sunday last, where
lie will act, as uiasUT merhauio for
tin- Ked Heer Lumber company.
"Bill'1 is popular around town anil
his many friends wish him
«*ss. (   a hill has been lntroduc
*~—, „.     ,     land t.i provide policemen
The (uncial    tooK^place on   luesd-ay -jay»s   holiday every week
the notorious would-be
make
ckage
Say!  If syrup
lalp you, try bo
in.I molitsi
istint',
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SEVEN PER CENT. PREFERRED STOCK OF THE
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co.
LIMITED
Owner* ol lhe Townsite ... I'or. Mellon. Hone Sound, i.s miles trom Vancouver
MI-AD OFFICE: Ji.1 CORDOVA STRBET,  VANCOUVER,  ll. C.
We recently offered tor subscription the lirai 100,000 ft-etci-onea aliares ot this corpora- ]j
lion, iu Blooksot lOOatW.OOperslinro, cncli lOOslinroB entitled to ii Iioiuib o£ 25 ahan-a ul w
Preference Stock, HiiB tirsi is-jm- win, liikon up l.y sale und guaranteed optlou.
WC NOW OFFER FOR SUBSCRIPTION
The second issue ..t 100,000 I'r.-l'.-ivn.*.* Shams, in lllocks o[ 100 nl S1.00 por Blinre. Kacli
100 Shares untitled to a bonus o( 15 shnrcsof l'ii*f,-i.-n,-,- Slot-It.
'I'lu-thirtl and suliscipu-iit issuos .-in* in In* Mil.l ni par, ur ill il prrl.iltiin to lie iiiiuouncnd
from time to time by Iho Board of Dln-olors
When complete tHIs modern plain will hnve a capacity ol .Ho tons ol News Caper, ami
jy,, lulls ul all -{rades ol Wrapping Paper per week.
SPECIAL NOTICE
The Company reaetves tho right to reject uuy or nil aiiliHcriiilious, nnil further roservoj
the rii<lil to .-Ins,,'Iln- sulis.-riplioii lis. litany li  will I notice I" Ilia in-in-rul public,
lu onli-rinu stock kindly statu ivhetlmr iu I he i-vt-ut llm ■ ml issi I   100,1100 is uver
subscribed yon wish yonr application returned, ur all,.wed «>■■ Ho* lliinl issiii-ut' I'referonce
Stock,   No bonus stock allowed uller the seennd Issue
Tin- l'ii-l',-rr,*.l S....-L is entitled l" nil iiiiiiuul dividend "I  i |»*i mini . t iiii.ii.'iii*.; S'uve.il.
Iier 1. llHis. but iiuliiuii.'il us ... farther dividends   I.e.. afler  .   p.-r .*.*i.i   has Isiun |iniil
ii|»tn tli* I'referrcdand Common, both si...-lis theruiifli-r pnrlii-ipiiic i-i|uiilly    'I'heru is.in reason   t >
whs lliis Block should not pay fruni iill to -".n per coul, dlvideuda,
We are now rushing the work nl Port Mellon, 25 miles f  Vancouver, on tlio lira, unit
,,!' this -,'1,-ui plant, which is ... havo a weekly t-iipiicitj uf MO.IHJO lbs, of wrapping paper, and   J;
which we hope lo lmve in operation by July I, IH1"*.
Ileim-mbcr. tliere is no ground Hour plan, no inllnb-tl rallies nr huge pr.uiiut.-rs' profits in
iiu* enterprise.
Within one year the stm-l; of litis corporali..n will be selling at a handsome premium—
then ii will lie too lut,* to buy.
PAYMENTS
io per cent, on application, i.s per ecu), on allotment, balance in eight calls uf
,{,, days each.
The public are cordially invited to visit lhc ilciiioiis.rii.iiiK plan, of the Company, al our ,
ollice, corner Government and Vales Streets, and witness lhc manufacturing ol wood pulp Jj
and paper.
DIRECTORS
SYI.VKSTKH  n. IfU'l.KNKIl. Presblenl linti-li
Columbia Trust Corporation.
W.   II. It. COU.ISTKIt,   Miiiia*--**!*   Albion   lion
Work-., Viincnueer, 11.1'.
J. DUFF STl'AIIT, Msnu«iii|? l-lrrclnr ('link.* ■.
Stuiir., I.ul., Hlailoneis, Vancouver, It. f.
COI,. T. H. TRACY,   *>W. Sw..   O.E.;   IM..S,
|i.l.>.,t'o.i. Kii-*., lotiHi'ily t'ity  1-ln-ilnci-i ol
Vancouver.
FREOK. APPLCTON   Maanpii-j Dlra-loi M.
Ti. Smith t',.., Victoria
U.I). W.J. I'AVANA.ill. Memlior W.".I. Cavannpli
\ fu., Vuiicoiivet,
Address all subscriptions for Bl.uk ilirecl lu llu
FIIKH. SMITH. Memlior S-niitli, Wrii-lii ,v Oavlilson
Wlioli'Siilc I'tipi'i- t'oiui'iuiy, Vuncouvor.
II. M. 111'ltlilTT, Western Manager Cortlcelll Silk
t'n„ .'ui IV.-I-.
.1. V W. si'ANl.KY, lornterly Ceneral Manager
\v,..i Lonilnu Pnpor Mill-. London Kng.
r.M'l'. II. 1. MKI.I.iiV .1 I'., Aiiii-ii.-iin l.loy.l*.
.guilt, -if.
Kl'si.t'i; II. JKSSS. Barrister, etc , Vancouver.
UKO.   K.   OATHS,  Cstos   Sliipbllllillllg  Co. Vuu-
. I-.. C.
,lll'.i:i.V    HOLTS,   lorn
Parllle Cottsl So.li, Co
■nil   Manager
BRITISH COLUMBIA TRUST CORPORATION !
Comer Robson and Granv.l.e Streets
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VANCOUVER, B. C. ♦
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altemnoa      Irom  her Ute residence,
of Mrs.  Huilc-l.**.'    tlie
welt-   iuu ou)    ol    Kllio
il in Kiig-
wil.l one
Sonic ol
itlt-llts who
nu geuersl
l'cllcl   .IVI-IIIIC.
daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. L'tarlcs principle's troulcT'bc giiid .
Tuttle foimcrly ol Kernie, now <■[ bil| h ^Vl.„ a„ UMi
Seattle,     being    a   niece   ot Mayor Wf^(
Tuttle.       She came    here       Irom 	
tVashiiigliin state Iieing lormerly mar-    j|   |>||||||nns   ot Fruitlniiils
ricil to Mr.    Smith, dceeased.      She (ll ,,-|k„ nii's j,wk
married Mr. ltuMed«se some four years 	
ago.     Slie was a member    ot      tt*    T|l(, „„„, billiard   hall      nl
Methodlsl ehureh here. lloll'm.ui   house    is well    patronised
■ *-'♦."''   ' The painters   and decorators        and
********************** carpenters are still.engage,     the
every
was
the
Fnsl Hoo's fault, as the meeting
Is advertised from Elko 1„ the International l«,undary line
I Four hanli presidents visited Elknl
Sunday and thc people an- wondering
Which ol the hank's Will o|ien u[i a
branch here. j
Jealousy is convincing, but uufnit-
isfitct.iry cvidnu-e oi alh-ctioo.
Sir. alsl Mrs. Del'ugh entert.MUtd a
party o. Irieads at. Elko Sunday
coming from Fernie on No. 5 aud ie*1
turning on No. 6.
KI.KO AND TOBACCO PLAINS
leniotlelliti*. ,tl the interior,
Paul St. .lohn, of the Island   Park
  winner
of     bv
CRANHROOK. II. C.
. Seat Lower trnmtroiir AvSIH
rUI.KI-IUlNT-: IH
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANV
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES f AST
$50.00
I ■turn 11: .XllllOOK TO
Winnipeg. Fori William,
lluluth, SI, Paul, Slous Cilv
Chicago
New Vork
Monlrcal
SI. John, N. II.
St. I.ou.s
Toronto
Ottawa
Halil.iv
Sydney.
L. B.
lifl.fi
JONES,
and S.'l,
iwis   F:
N'inetj I
K'.ui
1 ai.v
W7_i..->ll
«.lllH..*ill
is|I..H..-,.l
#1*27.50
#117.50
mu. to
#108.50
#1:15.50
Kill .110
nl is.
Imtli d!
ni Chicago ;ii
fm\t*.,
K01   Inrlhei
SltS'l.iliv      1'al
iinply tn
c. e. HiP.iPsstiN,
11. i- \
WlNNII'i:.
011 Sale HAY 1
,;. lu and 50, JULY 0.1, a
tl'l.l'ST ii, ;, 21 iiliJ 22,
*t l'l*— H011111I trip
iv-' Limil
. llm... ilckels me good
Rcngnlsed ri.uiei* in one or
.tioii-   lo destination.eat.
noil via  Hi,
informal Inn,
Reftrvallon*
1 ..it
VI V V
Mr. Richardson, oi Toronto, tint.,
who has been appoiuteil to lilt the
vacancy in thc Presbyterian church,
Caused by R. A. MaccouucU going
to Vancouver, spoke to a   lar-ge   anil
.appreciative congregation on Sunday
evening in the library hall. We extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Richardson and wish hiui every success in
Ibis new sphere ol labor. Mr.
Kichardson   is a graduate  of     Knox
Icollege,     Toronto,   an,l   comes -to us
1 highly m-ommeoded.
I   The ball in the Library hall
Wednesday evening last, iriveu  Tiy the
local    Forresters,   was    very 3aige.lv
attended and    was a decided -success
in    every      particular,   (iuestsi  were)
presenl* Irom   all       the neigabwing|,|,',.'
towns    and    all were unanimous    in pjciin,
hotel. Waldo, is proving
Slid is being   highly    spulo-i
the general public.
J. Auslin aud wile Il-U      fur     the
ftist Tuesday night.
(From our own correspondent)
When    a  si ranger comes to    your    Kr.i 11k McOitlre left   Ior   the prairie
town   anil    asks      lor   information, i„st. vf-**-.!*.
don't   bring out your bag   oi sorrow 	
lot lus entertainment, he probably Scottv Hume, who is mixing the
has enough of his own and you pji,|* rlrphanl cocktails at the llofl-
won't make a hit Willi him. man hons.', says he's    not a whiskey
•—^— wiilio.it headaches,    wliieli is danger-
Jiisl the same as Johnny Poole, we oils, il true.     The headache is    what
tin. it pays lo advertise. saves most.   meu.      Mix me up       al
1 brain storm Scotty. |
Fretl Kellers, manager  nt  the IHa- ■■■...
m.*nd Circle ranch, was riding the p sure purs to advertise in the
lange this week with the horse Oranbrook Herald. Mail orders arc'
jincl.-r-* nl ttie Quarter Circle Bar rolling in like Methodists to a'
Five ranches and will soon start for pink ten.
the Arctic circle. . ,     	
——— I   Violels   ate in     bloom,    the Iruit
F. C Smith,  walking  delegate for trees are heginninir to bloom,    while
igaiy   Herald    and a moving hi Kcrnie. tie arc inlortncii by a   big
,      man visited Elko this week, nam* nl    visitors, thev arc shivering
then    praise  „f the local breatren as (m|   Us  unto     to    sav  the Calgary ln a'bllndrig snowstorm. .
excellent entertainers,    Thc McHoitry llernld will have something nice   to _
orchestra, of Cranbrook. [unMwdHy ahoul Klko. Smith more than |,'8 nulull-.- fnsv to lie aood-
the music in their usual hrrit-cl-assUpcnctl liis shoulders and inhaled the m,1um| „,„,„ itl(B„s m. ,.,mlhl„
st'ylL vA *e"«lp"slunoheon was -,„„, „|r ol heaven, walked nut to t„„r wav, Wrtl ,fn u„. sal„, aJ
lerved by the bicthren aad dancing the brickyard and heard thc mocking 'j„)mM. yM]e dtd—ndvcrtlse nml
engaged in until a very lain- hrair.i-,jr,|s ,|ng and showed his apprirta- jhevll'come vour wav
when all  dispersed lor their    -,everal ,|,>,i ,,t tho manner    be   was lreale.1, * '
homes. | tti., 1  he pave everybody in Ell
aoiivciiir of Calgary.
This is a grand old worhl    we live
Hut    there aie    -ionic pretty|   «     \. Iloga.    oi   Movie,      passed
people in it.     II the-?    rould through Elko on his   way   lo Tobar-
Plains.      llr    said    he intended
as others    se,
them bet.ft
in.
small
only    see themselves
them    if might    u1.1L
but we doubt it.
Tlif regular meeting ol the Ladles
Aid . f the Presbyterian church, was
beld last week at the residence ol
Mis. Oreen, tor the transaction ol
buslties-s
We  have    beard abon.   justice being
blind, but the Chicago    justice who
tried Iwo cases at once must have
been crosseyed.
Tin*. Is the lime the farmer begins
lo get busy. He is the backbone ol
our country aud his sucews is as
important to tbe great industrie ol
our nation   as to bimsell
Mav HUM bring a rich tiaivest in
the agriculturist.
Mt. T   Oallney was in    Fernie
Friday on business.
Cnntraitor Win. Tim*
Itallymi'iiia Cus.lc Inlo
Park,   l.y daylight.
V        IS   llilll lllg
Hcrrii   drove
The wav l*:iko is   grow
a*, the  Co-
he    in the
itopping ..ll' in   Cranhrook. hut   lhat lomWn hotel will
Old  Man    Simpson was ringing      in '*"'" »' <*« "tT.
1,io  manv   Indians to suit him, I —~-~
— I   The Ailolph    Lumber companv      Is
C.   Il.iu.ess  sold   "Dancing     Jack" Surveying trail lands Into live       and
to Uiu   liormaii. len acre plots, south of Elko.    Como
, to Elko and we'll      put   von       wise
Mr  ami    Mrs   Hart, manager      ol lo the host Iruit land in Soutb East
tin* Koolcnav  Irrigated lands. Baynes Kootenav.   where fruit glowing
Lake,
week.
was visiting In    Elko
CoiitiniH'tl advertising breeds
lidence.     Wc can prove   Ibis hy
mail orders    we are   receiving
our    catch-em-all    brand   ol    fishing |t.ft
Uackle, wire fencing, farm machinery, ,OTa
Indian    curios   and thn»      bumped
icainels.
tbis past thc I'xperitneitlal stage nml    tht*
iand tbt- best     anil  cheapest  in  t.ri.
ish   Columbia.      Fruil trees growing
con   all around.     Water   in abundance.
the	
'"f    (i.-nt'-e Dolgarduo and Win   Slessoi
lot    tbe Flathead valley, Mon-
Mr. ami Mrs.   Webster have located
at  Rayue-. Lake, the pineapple belt.
Vou en grow uice   Iresh vegetables
with our   garden Reeds.
A very sad death occurred
**it* little (own 00 Fridav
April 25th, whn Mrs. Siln.-i
in our
night
I Norman Wilson aud C. II.
Stuart have Ihe eonlTuct lor piling
live million leet ol lumber lor
(the l'ugh A' Livingston Lumber com-
panv west i.l the town. 1 '
—— F. tl. Anderson, Esq., deputy mln-
A Scotch laboring man who      bad ister oi agriculture, will locate       in
married a rich widow remarkable for Elko April JtlVMi, and if the      school
bet plainness was accosted by       >m house isn't   overflowing aud   standing
_.-..,!...._-        otV-ill        T-fen-naB "
(Special correspondence.)
Paul St. John, proprietor oi    the
Island hotel, had the misfortune     10
dislocate his shoulder last week.
C. Vetter, ol Medicine River mountain, visiled Waldo last week.
Mrs. and Miss Palmer, oi Krag.
were visitors to Waldo during part ol
Ust week.
Mr. and Mrs. Webster and lamily
•pent several days at the Island
hotel last. week.
ROAR FROM ORANBROOK TO
WARDNER
A really good wagon road between
Craubrook and Wardner would be a
good thing, especially were it to pass
tbrougb a country in which there is
■till plenty of good land available for
lettletnent. There already exists a
very lair road from Wurdner to
Benedict's siibog and also a road
Inuii Rent-diet's siding to a point on
lla-lla creek. A good wagon road
runs front Cranbrook to a little lee*
von.l Heath's ranch. Tbis roali could
ae connected with the road at lla-lla
creek by a comparatively small ex
pen.liliire. Only soveu miles ol road
would have to be constructed and
then you would hate a direct road
hetween Cranbrook nnd Wardner,
bringing lhe two towns within twelve
er thirteen miles ol each other,
Whereas the distance Is at present iu
Iht- neighborhood ol llnitv In,- miles.
Not only would Die distance bo shoe
teueit but the country that this toad
would open up would make ideal
larnts, and (mther lliere is considerable government land which could
and would be taken up if there wen-
a government road built through
thai part ol the country. Under
Baker mountain and between the
Heath ranch and Benedict's siding
there are hundreds of acres* ol Bplen-
d.d meadow land nn which large
Quantities of buv may be grown.
This is a matter' which should he
talon up, as already representatlM**
have bei-u made to the government
Irom several sources.
I niEn
FRED   ROO
Tlu' ut-II known lii-Mi-i.ii More haul
is
pleased lo uiiike
THE
iiiiiiniiiii'1'iiii'iii  il>;ii  In* curries nil   kinds
uf inercliiinilisi.-. nml received llie
BIGGEST
slock of Fishing Tackle over soon  here.
Soon- jealous person might call me 11
LIAR
llm l-'n-il Iim. is happy
IN
knowing llml ho Ims ri reputation in
ELKO
for voracity which is worth more fo In in
(liiin mil.il.l gold.
Dealer ll:
Kurd Mure
*
llmnr-s and SiitdUn
*
Mliier*'  mJ   Pro*'
■piiiorn' Siippllei
*
l»r* QihiJm
*
Urwcrlci
Kim lur*
*
ffudtuc
*
trull .nJ Clad,
Ifldisa Curia.
■■«
l-Miinit Tackle lbs.
CiKbcii lit FM
THRROOSVILLRCASH STORES;;
FRED ROO, Proprietor
kOOSVII 11.. II. C. ELKO, B. C.
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i;  Phone 57 Head Office. Calgary Alia.  ; |
Creamery Butter
Is iln- Special wh nre running iImh weok, \W
vol nl) .mr t'uttor fr. mi one (Vimi.TV. ami il in ilif
\f\-\ hottl Imt tur tlml is i<> be hnil. Ami it ih JiibI thi-
bum io price its tiny oilier mnko, Olvu iih ii trial otflur,
ami wo know what the romlt will bo,
j The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd. ii
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Blown employer.     "Well,    Thomas,'
A. Wardner, on Friday, April 21th.
Mrs.   Sidney   Brown.  The    remains
wen taken to Fairfield, Maine,      on
room at a  premium, it     won't   be Sunday.
Try a   Case nl
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  liii-cii   Pints   Si.gn
K'piul in iliiiiini-ss'.   Tin- finest Imvoragn nn tin- market
for family and lul-l.- iih,*.    Imparts vigor nml
health, nml tones up llu* I»><lv generally
JAMES KERRIGAN
Brewer, Oranbrook,   B. V
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AND      PETROLEUM   NO-!lor a    license   to  prospect lor   coal survey line at 31 mile posl, and lie- num.
TICKS land   petroleum     on   thc   itillowing ing N. E. corner   ol David Landers; Mrs: Sam.' Living' I"
HORSES AM. CATTLE FOR PAS* COAI
Tl Mi i
I wil' take horses nml entile     lor   (described    lands,    situated   in   .he claim,       ami
pasture at 11,50 a mouth, on Parrot NOTICE NO. 1 district   of   South   East Koolcnav, Landers' N
ranch.       Hood      water    and  good     Notice   is   hereby   given   lhat 30 Province ul Hriti-1. Columbia: thence    ninning
tenccs. Silt   \n„  alter date   1 intend   to   apply     Commencing   nt   .,    post   plauted lhoi.ee    running     80 chain
E. Corbett.     tu'    lhe     Honorable    llilel    Coin-1"1 ur "car 3   miles east of C. P. R.  thence     running
 * imissioner    ...   Lands    aud     Works survey        lino      at
*' • •* * turn    license   to  prospect lot*   coal P0",        J™   -    ,"'""->
John Livingston, '.V-.tit
CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in its comlort-
abic and attractive new quarters in thc Manitoba Hotel.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is modernly equipped
to do just thc best work in all
branches ol the tonsorial art.
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marked       David
E.       corner,
chums   west, NOTICK NO. 13
south.     Notice   is   hereby    given   thai 30
chains    oast, days  alter date   I Intend   to   apply
12      mile tlience    running   80   chains    north, I"     tho     Honorable     Chief    Coin-
\      \\   to place of commencement. missioner    ol   Lands    aad     .V,:  .
and   petroleum     on'The" 1 JilowTng I corm-i ot Fred liri-l.-., is claim,   and!   Located   llns   21th    day ol Match, Ior a    license   to jjjjoupecl Inr   coal
di'seiiiieil    lands     situated   in   ■*■»•__ marked Fred   Bridget's N.W. corner, 1008. aud    petroleum     u"    the   lollowlng
1''"' '""' '      ""'"'"   !"   W* thence     running    ku    chains    vast! Dave Landers, Locator, described    lands,     ritual n   the
thence    riintiiiig     su claims    south*, John Livingston,
thenco    running     su    chains   wesi
missioner     ol     Lands   and    Works
Locator, lur n license   to prospect    for' coal
aiul   pctrbh-i
list tie!    of    South    Kast Kootcuay,
. I'riiviiici- ol British Columbia:
I    Commencing    at    a     post   p-lnntnl
.,t or   near ono   mile east ol O.P.R.
: survey line at 38 mile post, lot 4503,
ninl being    N.  K. corner of   William
Livingston's claim   and   marked William    Livingston's   N.   13,     corner,
thenco    running    su chains    south,
i thence    running     KU    cliaiiis   west,
thenco    running   kii   chains     north,
I thenco     running    Ml    chains    east,
to place ol commencement.
Located Ihis   Hath   day ul   March,
*  1908.
j Wllllllln   Livingston.   Locator,
.lohn Livingston, Agent.
LIOUOR LICENSE ACT
Nolice i*.*   hereby given    that,   one
iiioniii allot    date   I Intend tu apph I NOTICI*: NO  :'.
lo iln* Superintendent ul Provliiolul Notice is hereby given that J.
I'.'lie,'   Iiii ii   rcnownl ..I     my hotel ilavs   nltel date   I intend   to   apply
license   lo     sell   InlOlilCnUllg     lut **,   In       lhe       I loll..1.1 llll,      I blot      lolll-
llliilir Iho provisions III lhe Stnilllcs liiissiiuiii „| Lamls and Works
In ihal liehali, in ihe premises loi n license to prospect lor coal
known     and      tloscrlheil    as    lhe and   petroleum     on   th<>   lollowlng
1.' I     Hotel,     situated nl Wind-;described    lamls,     situ.it,.,i   lu   the
1    II- c , t„ , ineiiii* nu in,, i.i district   ul   South   Kast Kootenai
tl,,i nl July, 11108. , i-i.,vi., „i llritisli Columbia:
John Mclicruiiil        Commencing   at   a    post   planted
...miner, April 30, I00S, 6 u     i bom 3 miles oust ol li. P. It
itirvey line nt 32 mllo post, Lot '4588,
an,I Iieing   N.  E,    enrner   of    Lewis
1-llllon's claim,     ami marked   Lewis
Hilton's N. IO,        curner,
running     80    chains   west.
running   su   chains     nortli
running    M)    chains    east
running     sii chains    suutli,
:e of commencement,
inl Ibis  _:ul    day ol  Starch,
tlience     running    su   chain-     north,
lo place of commencement.
Located  tbis  84th   day of March
1001
Fred Bridget, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreux, Agent,
Julill  Livingston, Witness.
NOTICK NO. 0
LIQUOR I.ICKNSI*. ACT
Nnticc Is   hereby given    tlml
mon Hi alter    dale   I intend to npply Iln
io Uu-   Superintendent ol   Provincial theni
Police   fm n   renewal of    my hotel Hum
license in   sell  Intoxicating   llquovo them
under Iho provisions ol tho Statutes to pi
In   thnl     hcltnlf, in   the      promises    Loi
known     and     described        as      Die 1008
I iiiuii    Hotel,   situated    at    Wardner;   H. t'., to commenca ou tho 1st
dny ol July, luus.
James Hrown.
Wardner, April 20, if..,.        5-it
Lewis Hilton, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICK NO. 1
Notice   is    hereby    given   that 80
~,.,...'.~~.~~~7.~~.—rrT." -nays  afterdate   1 intend   to   applv
FINE FRUIT LAND FOR SALE Ito lhe Honorable Chlel Coin-
I have 208 acres ol goud Iruit and missioner ol Lands and Winks
meadow land north of my place, for u license i„ prospect for coul
with water right, western slope, part- and petroleum on the lollowing
ly Improved, for sale. Must be seen described lamls, situated in the
to lie appreciated, $85,00 per acre, district of Soutll Kast Kootenay
1 nave KU acres south of me, crossing Province of British Coiumliin:
the valley, st renin running through, Commencing at a post planted
■western slope. 1,(1110 apple trees at or near :. miles oast nf C. 1'. It
bcaiing on joining lot. Small fruit survey lino at 32 mile post, and boon llie place, partly cleared, crop of hig N. K. cornor of Mis.
oats last fall. Also spuds, heels, Harry Hughes' claim, and marked
turnips, onions, carrots, com, toina- Mrs. Harry Hughes' N. E, corner,
iocs. Cabin on the place. Fenced" tlience running so chains west
5*10.00 per acre. Cash onlv anil thenco running 811 chains south
will only bo snid to actual settlers, thenre running SO chains east'
No speculators (save time) used ap- thenco running 811 chains north!
ply. 1 give no options anil cash i.s to place of commencement,
the only thing tli.it will do husiness. Located tills 21th day ol March
lluy spent twenty   thousand dollars 1008.
on lhc mines lure last summer    nn.lI        Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator,
they arc a sure thing ami this    land Baptise Lamoreux, Agent,
will double in price in two yours,   or .lohn Livingston, Witness.
1 will return    purchase price ami I i 	
per cent interest if purchaser Is    not! NOTICK NO. 5
satlsDcil in two years Irom   lime   ol     Nolice   is   hereby    given   that 30
I'luchnse. | days   alter date   1 intend   to   apply
,,.., Fred l!„„, [to     the     Honorable    Chlel    Com.
•'- " Klko, II, c. missioner    ul   Lamls    and     Works
district    oi    South    Kast   Koolcl
I rovince ol llritisli Columbia:
NOTICK NO. - ;   Commencing   at   a     post   planted
Notice   is   hereby    given   thai ;io flt or near 1 miles casl ui   c. i\ i:
days  after date   1 intend   to   .ipply survey line ai 33 mile post, Loi 151)3
to'    the     Honorable    Chief    Cum- and   being   N.    W, cornei  ot .lames
missioner    of   Lauds    ami     Works Miles'   claim,   and   marked    James
for a    license   to  prospect Ior   coul Miles' N. W. corner,
anil    petioleiim      on    tho   lollowing thence     running    Ml     cliains    ens
ile-ciiiieii    hunts,    situated   in   the tlience    running     Ku chains    south,
distiict   ot   South    Kast  i lenay, tlience    running     Mi    chains   wesi,
Province ol Htitisli Columbia thence    tunning   kii   chain-,     north,
Notice   is   hereby    given   Hut  ,:u     Commencing   .it    ,-i     post   planted ln place ol commencement,
davs  alter dale   I Intend   lo   apply nt in licai ;; miles cist oi   C, I'. it.'   Located tins   2Slh   day ol   March,
to     the     Honorable    Chlel    Cone    *! ; :;i mile posl   and In- 1908,
missioner    ui   Lamls    und      Wnn.s l»»  N. W   corner   "I    Chnrli'   vuu i James Miles,  Locator,
lur a    license   to  prospccl lor   coal  gall's  claim,    ami     marked Charles Joint Livingston, Agent.
and   petroleum     on   the   lollowing McDiignll's        N.      W.       corner, — -—
lescribed    lands,    situated   lu   tl.e thenco    running     80 chains    suuth, NOTICE NO. 13
district   nl   South    1*:.isl  Kootonay, thence     running    80    chains    east,:   Notice   is   hereby    given   that .:"
I'rovlni f British Columbia: thence    i nnini    80   chains     north, days   aitei date   I Intend   in   a|>pl\
Commencing   at   a    pnsl   planted thence    mania,     80    chains   west, i"'    tie*     Hi rnblc     Chiel     Colli-
at ur iie.ii .; imle, cist (,i i*. p. it.  lu place "I commencement missioner    "1   Lands    and      Works
survey line .it   84 mile i"-t,       ami     Located   this   2IHi   day i.l Mnrch, ful   ■ license   In   pruapr-u.
tlio"   Ii'illnwing
situated   iu     tin*
Easi   Kootenay,
"nice   ul   British
n N. K. curner oi
.iiui, tlience sulltll
west bU chains,
unitary Iim- be
.md llluck 15:.-,
ins, alun.; c.l'.lt.
*o cast 80   cliains
ih ! .'"I, Locator,
vit. Agent.
iili.fi-    ul  Tun,   l.r.nr    1801
being s. 13
stuu's claim, and marked Tom Liv
Ingsiun s         s. 1*:, corner,
thence    running Ml clislns   west,
thence    running 8U ohnlns    north,
theme     running kii chains    east,
thence    running kii chains    south,
tn ]il.ue nf enliiliiencclllciil.
Located  this  24th   day ol March,
190S.
Turn Livingston, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
Charles McDugall, I ator,
Jnhn Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE    Ml.  in
ami    petroleum     mi    Iho   lollowing "•""'
described    lands,    situated    in   Ihi  heginn
district     ,,[    Suuth     Kast   Knulei     "ill
I Province ul British Culumliln:
i   Cpiiiincncllig   ui    a     pusl   planted
Nolico   Is   hereby   onu.   that *». ul oi near  *i miles casl ol c. p. ll.  -
days  nftei dale   I Intend   In   apph* survcj lineal :t:i mile pust, Loi -I.,.  I
lo     tin*     Honornlilo    Chlel    Com-.'and being   s. W. curner ,,t I),    Me*
mlsslnncr    ul   Lands    ami     Works1 Vay's   claim, and   marked   li.   Mc !   s"u
Im a    license   in  |iiiis|iect tm*   cual Vay's s. w. corner, daya i
ami petroleum nn the following thenco running su chains nurlh,I'" "
described lamls, situated in the thenco running mi chains east, misslo
district   ul   Suuth    East Kootenay, thenco    running     kii chains    south il'1' "
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30
*■ ■ fid ilali I li ',:.,! lu „pply
t** Int. H :* rable i biol Com*
mi iii i: Land, ,,m| Works
loi .. license to pruspei t lur coal
and •petroleum uii tbe' lollowlng
'* scribed lands, situated In tin
a* ii • ni Smull I*:.,si Kootenny,
un   llluck 1333, i-i,.in,,-,.   u|   British
I'i,Imn!,ia:
Commencing at ., post plauted    on
i' isl    cornel ..i .1  0. Ha..s
i laliii, iii i" f north su chains, thence
fi * i so chains, ihenco soutb at-
1*. II. boundary line,
ul
,.- I., |l....
i  ipril I, inns.
.1. i . Haas, Locator,
■\    llackell.   Agent.
\liTHT.
u*   is   hereby   given   that   30
ilici    dale   1    intend   lu -.ppl)
i*     Hunurablc     Chlel      c	
mi*      nl      Lands    ami     Works
license   in iiruspo, t     Inr   coal
NOTICE NO. 7 Province nl Hritish'Columbia: thence    running     80    chains   west,'!'"'-    Petroleum     un   the   following
  i   Commencing   at   a     pnst   planted tu place uf commencement. described    lands,     situated   in    the.
hereby   given   thai 30'nl m near 2 miles ensl nf   0. I'. H.     Located lliis   25th   day nl   March   dislriel .,f     Soulh   East   Kootenay, homesteader i.s..i.s upon a farm   in
..... NOTICE
Nnliee is. Iinohv given that 30
days allci date I intend to apply
to the Honorable thief lom-
aiis.iulirr ol Lands and Works
lor a license tu prospect fur coal
»nd petroleum un lie l.dluwing
descrihed lauds, situated in the
district uf Suuth East Kootenay,
,n Block 4693, 1-iuvince uf Hritish
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at
U,e s. w. corner oi .1. II Tilsloy's
claim, thence north 80 chains along
said C. I'. K. boundary line, theme
east so chains, thence south
-•liains. ihence vest Ku chains to
(ilnce ul beginning.
Dated April I. IllOS.
•I. 11. Tisley, l.octur,
A. Hackett, Agent.
Notic
lavs  alter dale   1 intend   tu   applv survey line
l-.i     tin-     Honorable    Chief    Com- Ing N. K.   cnrai
aiissiuiier    uf   Lands    nml      Wurks claim, anil
lur ii    license   to  prospect fnr   cual Howler's N
and   petroleum     on    tin-   following Ihenee running
descrihed     lands,     situated    in    the Uience running
3-lit
SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN   HOME-
STEAD REQ1 LATIONS
Aa) available Dominion l.auds
ivltLlu tbe H.ul.*...; licit ... I'.imsh
Columbia, maj be homi *.-,■...: I b;
any person who I tho sole head la
lamily, ur any male over I** years **i
age, tv the extent ol one-quarter section ui lou acres, mot, , i
1-1,11)   Ilillil  l*e   * |1)    .,;
lhc lucal Ian.) olhce loi ; listdct
in which the land ,s s.tuate. Entry
i) proxy may. however, , made on
■ertain coadltioas by tne '.ither,
mother, sun, daughter, brathci ur
islei  ul an lliu-iiiling homes!... 1.*:.
The homesteader i-. required to pci-
luiiu .Lo cunditions conaectcd there-
Willi under one ul tin* lollow-ing plans:
i>! At least Bis months' u* uience
upuu .oui cultivation ul iho land In
each tear fur three years.
(8). lf the lather (or in -iber.
it Hie   I'athct is deceased), ot       the
iiiiii- post, and bo
nf   Marv Bowler's
marked       Man
K. corner,
KO     chnins    west
mi chains    smith,
listriot    uf    Suuth    Kast   Kootenay, thence     running     Ml     cliains
Province nf Hritish Columbia: tlience    running   su   cliains     north,
Commencing   at   a    post   planted tu place ul I'timmoncninont.
at ur near 3 miles east  uf C.  P. It.      Located this   2iilli   dav ul    March,
survey line at 3*1 mllo pnst, and he- PUIS,
ing S. W. corner of Margaret Miles';        Marv Hinder,  Locator,
claim,       and        marked Mar- John Livingston, Agent.
garet        Mile::-      s.     w.    corner,, 	
thenco    running   811   chains     north,                   NOTICE NO. II
tbenee     running    su    clniins    east..   Nolice   is   hereby   given   Hint 3
thenco    running     80 chnins    south, davs  nllor dale   I intend   tn   applv
Uienco    running     Ml    cliains   west,  to     tin-     II untile    Chief     Potato place ot commencement.                  missioner    of   Lauds    ami     Works
Located   this  21th   day ol March, I for n    li so   to   prospect for   coal
1908. and   petroleum     un   the   lollowlng
Margaret Miles. Locator, deserllied    lands,     situated   in   thel said claim No. 7750, thence norlh Ku
John Livingston, Agent. [district    of   Smith    Enst Kootenai   chains   along the surveyed line      ni
  IProvince of British Columbia: claim license number llilll and purl uf
NOTICE NO. s i   Commencing   at   a     post   i-'*--      license number Ii;ii2, thenco west   Mi
Notice   Is   herehy   given   tlial 30 i.l  or near 2 miles cast uf C. P. R. chains tn place uf beginning,      con-
Jays  after date   1 intend   to   applv survey line at 3a mile post, Lot drill.-! liilning tilu acres, more or iess,
to     thc     Honorable    Chief    Com- and being N. IV. enrner ol Mrs. Sam J   Dated April  I, 1008.
missioner    ol   Lands    and      Works  Livingston's claim, nnd marked Mrs.) A. B. Rnlltoii, Locator,
for a    license   to prospect lor  eoal Sum    Livingston's    X.    W.   corner, A. llaeket, Agent.
iml   petroleum     on   the   following  thence     running    sn    chain
101.8.
I). McVay, I a
.l.ilin Livingston
NOTICE
Notico is herein* giecn thai 311
days niter date I' Intend tu a|>|lv
to lbe Honorable Chiel Commissioner    nf   Lamls    uml      Works
fnr a     liei-nse   lu   prospect  lor   i !
mil petroleum nu the fuiliiwing
described lauds, situated in Iln
district uf Snulli Ensl Kuoteiiiiy,
in   Block 150:1, Province   ...   llrilisli
Cnllllllliiu:
Commencing ut a pusl planteil
on lbe N. W. enrner ol A. II. Rail
bill's claim, Ihenco south K.I chains
In license claim No. 7750, Iheiice east
Kl) chains along the survey lilt
n   Block 15113, Province   ol   British I the vicinity uf the laud entered   Ior,
Columbia: jibe requirements as to residence may
Commencing al a posl planted at be satisfied by mu-ii persoa residing
'.l.e south.west corner nil.. K. J with the- fathei 01 mother.
Armstrong's claim, thenco norlh ht 13". 11 tlu* settler has bis per-
•hains, thenco east su chains, inanent residence upon farming land
in a surveyed claim, license number owned by bun In the vicinity "t lus
IiiiiI, ih.-iuc south mi chains, along homestead, the requirements ..s tu
iff Iim* nt lice.ise numbers Ibti. sou I residcace may tu* satislied lit residing,   ami   Ihence Ml chains  west      tnlclice upon lhc Said laml.
place nf beginning. i   six   months'   notice   iu     *.-iiting
Daled April  I. rm--. should be given t*, ;:.<- Commissioner
I.   K. Armstrong, Locator,     | u Dominion Lamls .,-. Ottawa *i   m-
teutlun to appl) 1* -.  |   tent
COAL—Coai mil ma)    ho
il  I.  I'i
.   Anus!
nckelt, Agent.
NOTICE
hereby
I'
leased   lor a   period    id tweoty-ono
Nnticc   is   hereb)    given   ihat   30 years at au annual rental ol tl   poi
nftei   dale   I   Intend   lo npply acre.     Not more than 2.*i:u      acres
to   iln*     11 table     Chief      Com- shaft te leased to one Individual    ur
missioner of Lands ami Works company. A royalty at the rate ot
let a liceuso ti) prospect fnr cual live cents pel ton shall he collected on
ind   petroleum     un   ll.e    following|the merchantable cual mined. -
descriheil   lands,     situated   in    th. . W. W. CORY,
district    ol   South    Ensl  Ki nay, I Deputy ot the Minister of tbe Interior
nn   Block 1503, I'rovlni I   Hntis!. 3-29t
"■'- "'"nolng at a post P^^ JOHN      W.      WOLF
described     lands,     situated    in    tho   thence     running      Ku chains     south, NOTICI*]
district    of    Suuth    East  Knntenav,  thence     running      K.l     chains    west, 	
Province of British Colombia:             thenco    running   80   chain:,    nnrth. Notice   is   hereby   given   th r
Commencing   at   a     post   plantod lo place of commencement. days  niter dale   I intend   to   apply
at ur ileal  3 miles cast ,,[   C.  P. It. •    Located  Ibis   25th   dav .d   March, to    Iho     Huiiuraiile     Chief       Cum
north-west curner of
claim, thence   smith K0 chains,; BOOT    SHOE   AM)
g said   C. P. It. boundarv   hue !
ce casl mi chains, tu license No
IU12, theuce nnrlh su chains,    thenci
csl mi eliains in place uf begiauUig
D.iicil April I, 290s.
(1. it. Fraser. Locator,
A.   llael.ete.   A.el.t. OFFICE
H.AFNE55   MAKER
ol.:  Shoos  Made   New.
Repairing.
til K.i
ARMSTRONG  AVE.
OPEN
CRA
Of the Western Canada Turf Association at
C.
908
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PRIZES - S2400
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MAY   18
2.I7 Pace and 2.I2 Trot,,
2.30 Pace and 2.2.S Trot,
One Mile Dash, Open
3=4 Mile Dash, Open.
5=8 Mile Dash, Open.
Race for Local Horses,
PROGRAMME
Purse $350 Free=for*AII,
Purse   250 I M6 Mile Dash, Open   .
Purse   200 7=8 Mile Dash, Open
Purse   200 5 l=2 Furlong Dash, Open
Purse    150 One Mile Novelty, $50 at each quarter
Purse     25 Race for Local Horses   .
MAY   19
urse $400
Purse 250
Purse 200
Purse 150
Purse 200
Purse    25
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ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH THE G. P. R. FO REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
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V. A. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT THOS. M. ROBERTS, SECRETARY JAMES RYAN, MANACINC DIRECTOR TIIK CIJANKKOIIK    UKUAI.I)
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QUESTIONS
ASKED AND ANSWERED
Taught by past, experience, lhe shrawii business man. when iiakeil to invest
iu min* shares, will ask '!
What bave you s°t?
Where ia it':
What Unlv of coal or nia is there '
What is the quality of iln- coal or ore '
How tin it it for transportation ?
What ilevelopme.il work in .lone *
Whatare ymir mining facilities ''
Wlm. sort organization have you '•
How ijlsiiii your capitalization S
Who ore your directors ':
What Liml of management bave you ?
Whnt it your future -
These aro questions we like to answer about .Vlc'.JLA VALLEY COAL
& COKE COMPANV atnt-lt.
Let ns answer each one in turn.
We havo coal ami an abundance of it. estimated st one hundred
million mnn.
ll. is in Uu- Nicola Valley, l'IS miles from Vancouver.
We have partly developed Iwo seams of shipping cnul: Xo. I. 18 feet
thick ; and No. £, "t feel thick. No. I bus been proved 1,150 feet om- way
ami («(. feet another, by tunuela. No. 1! lias been prov.-tl 1,300 lee. by tunnels,
Both seams have been proven lu practically underlay 2.700 acres. There la
coal enough in .igti. now to repay the Company's capitalization twice over.
The quality of both scums ia tbe highest lor sleniti, domestic anil coking
purposes.
We bave railway transpoilatiou right from tin. tunnel mouths, direct to
the Coast a ml Interior points.
The following development work it done at this dalo :—
No. I mine, main tunnel with counter tunnel 1,160 feet, air slope
900 feet, seven chutes, tipple and automatic scales, blinkers, and all
appnrUinauces ;
Nn, i seam, 1.3H0 feet of tunnel wilh counter tunnel, 21 i-hutot,
tipple witb automatic tcalet. bunkers, blacksmith shop. etc.
Railway siding to both tipples owned by the Company, cm
lu-cting Willi lbe Simla linuieh nf  tho 0. P. I!.
A lown midway between tho tipples, less than  a quarter of a
mile  frnm either, consisting of ollices, working men's liuiues. bunk
bouses, wndh  houses, cook houses, dining rooms, BtoreB, barber shop.
waterworks, etc, elc.
I lui* uiiiiiiu>' facilities .ire unique ■ no hoisting, uo pumping, no expensive
sluilUoc   coal tunnels enter a side hill ; conl comes nut on an easy grade,
mines are sett dralnlag.    In this particular alone tin- savings will equal a
small dividend nn tbe company's capitalization,
Tbe mines are developed to-day to u production of dOO tons per duy
and In a low  months tbis will   bo doubled.
Our orgiuii/a.iou is simple, straightforward and business-like. Our
capitallz-atiou is very Inw when .be value of the mine is considered, yel
ample fnr all financial requirement*. Tlie stock has mil been watered
lo enrich promoters. It lint all been wild at par. It Ims been pronounced
the most wmteivative and l.iisinest like mining proposition ever offered in
ttiis Province.
The Directors uie .-ill well-known Vancouver business men, Tl.ey aro
at follow* :
Mr. John Hendry. President: Mr. W. 11. Armstrong, Vice-President and
Managing Director: .Messrs. K. P McLennan, F, I!. Stewart. L. H.
■MacKeehnie, M.I)., II. l'l. Wright mid Hen: I',, Trorey, Directors.
The very bet. management uud engineering skill are in charge. Tlie
resulta of laat year's work amply prove this.
The future it certain and will undoubtedly be nf n must satisfactory
nature lo all our shareholders.
Ouly a few hundred shares are left nt par vain,-. 9100 per share,
tlo ynu nnt (hint nn opportunity for making nn investment in tunli a
proposition should bo considered, W<> don't m,k ymi in buy nl :i l'.*w cents
on the dollar on the prospect nf some chimerical rise We ask ynu lo
investigate It only as a substantial, permanent dividend-paying liusiiiess
proposition,
Don't you think it is worth while '.'
Puxther information chee. fully afforded,
S.  J. CASTLEMAN
Financial  Agent
Imperial Block, Vancouver, B.C.
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New Opera House
A Special Attraction
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS
& SATURDAY MATINEE
MAY I & 2
THOS. R. CURTIS
-ELLA WILSON
ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE CO.
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CompriBal "I' !''
Ew\ Act ii
Ki-, Aets
'ittnre
Luteal Siugiug ;iuil Dfu.L'iiig
S|nvinlli.'ii
Ailinishi"
Mnli
,'.V. 50c, tint) :
loi. uml -J-V
|   Oood coach, $».00.-C.C.S.
Morris   chairs* cash, $9.00.—C.C.S,
D. .1. Elmer visited Moyie oo Mou
fey.
E. Mallandaine visited Creston on
Sunday.
1   Oo    carts,   rubber   tires, <4.00.~
c. c. s.
How about a new siy.n board?
See Huchcroft.
Colin Beat-on, ot Providence, Rhode
Island, was in towu this week.
Peter Jensen, ol Wasa, was in
Cranhrook at the end ot last week,
Prest Wancta strawberries received
tri-weekly at Fink's Pure Food
Grocery.
Orders taken for cut flowers, tun-
rial designs, wedding bouquets, etc.—
Campbell «* Manning.
(leorge A, Laurie, the high priest
of Crestou, was in Cranbrook al- the
heginning of tbe week.
F. J. Smyth, rtHtor ot the Moyie
tender, was registered at Uie Cosmopolitan At the end of last week.
K. ff, Reeves probably -wlipsM^l
till bis previous efforts with his Bong
"Perhaps," ,it the new opera house
lust night.
Iti.lirit Huggart, belter known at
"Sliver Cat Hob," was in Cran-
brook this week. Mr. Huggart has
.been trapping all winter on the
upper reaches ol tbe si. Mary
river.
^ .luilge Wilson    will take his family
'over ttt Nelson for   tbe summer      oil
PICKED UP    ABOUT   TUE CITY Saturday.    On   their return      they
U\  ASKIMi QUESTIONS UV       wil1   Uike.    up   their   residence        in
utw  111,'in.i i,> Cranbrook     mid not   in Kernie       as
MANV PEOPLE, reported.
, _ _ |   The mauagement  ol   the Cosmopol-
Good conch, $9.00.—uc.s. itan hotel       is  to  be congratulated
See Huchcroft about job work, upuu   the  way in      whieh    Uie back
Moms   chairs   cash   $9.00.—C.C S, premises  have been cleaned up.     It
>"'<*-"'    "»'"■ ^' "'"-■ LmmT°m*l^U^  ~    ""
1   John  Moe,  district passenger agent
ior  tlie   CP.R. accompanied hy Mrs.
Mih\ passed tli rough Cranbrook      on
in their wny to    Wiunipeg last      week
leaving their      children with       Mrs,
in Moe's parents.    Mr. and Mrs.     Neil-
son.
in     E. N. Haggan,    of Golden,        was
registered   at    tlie Cosmopolitan    at
•  the beginning of    the    week.      Mr.
'    ' Haggan was formerly connected with
newspapers      in     G-oldcn and Revel-
at stoke but   is  now interested in   real
estate, mines and timber.
lu    J. P. Kink, manager  of the   Kink
Mercantile Company, Limited, is  the
was authority    for  thp' statement     that
hereafter   it      will not be necessary
was *°    import   potatoes  from   Asheroft
and the   Okanap-n, as a full   supplv
ean    he bought     in    the    Cranhrook
district.
New and Ip-to link
Dressmaking
Parlors
Uvcr tin*  Frost   Euvestment
Co.'s Office
MRS. MOI HIT & MISS CUM
Presbyterian Church;:
STATED SERVICES
Similar morning service at 11
o'clock
Siimlitv   evening    service   a. '
7.30 o'clock
LOCAL   NOTES
To   the  People
uf Cranbrtiult ami Vicinity
Wlm i
iiiIi1.it     tin*.-,   f 1.11.1.
trators.
Go     chit
C. C. S.
Alex*. McCool, ni Mlohcl, was
Cranbrook ycsterthiy,
1). Baxter, nl Sain! Creek, was
Cranbrook yesterday.
,1.     Mcll.'iiulil, nl Muyic,  was
Cranhrook on Tuesday.
The.   wilt* needs an   ironing   In
IliicliiTnil  tniikes them.
E. E. -loncs, ol Klmhcrley, is
tin- Cosmopolitan totlay.
N. E. Tavlor, ol   Moylo, was
Cranhrook lasl Saturday.
A. E.   Walls, nl Wnttsburg,
in Cranhrook on Tuesday.
.1. I*.    Mcintosh, of    II..shut.
in   Cranhrook on    Tuesday.
F. Dailey,     of Sand Creek, was
Cranhrook visitor yesterday.
u    (-..„„h_.„     ._.-.>. „>   ...    „„,,.     f-"-1" I'ntier, ol Moyie, met with
K.  Campbell    merchant  ol  moyie, gerloua      accident last Sunday.      A
was in Cranhrook mi Tuesday.
belt   Hew oft- in    the    St.
iced  Slui|i Work,
inleie-l    lot  vnu
A Shop has been ..|.ci.c.l up
i.n Cru.ibr.mk Street
win'..' "i.If- l.n  I Ii H'orll <>i
.-liiilll Joint lliii'iiirliniil  Hn* 'if
Will  I'il'l-iilll   |i|l'lll|'l lllll-lllllill
I   11,1, ll.ill  pl,-|>:„c.ll.,|iili,-,*i.„-,,l
nil winli in tin Iim*. if If hif
anything in III.' wav nt
Huil.li.ilis, I'lai.s, ..ml
lllue Prints
IVlillllllc*. i-l, lull,   flu* fill
i:|ll»fllia ill , -Iiiiflini.
Would   In- |.Ie I  I- In	
opportunity n, lii>l n.,i nny ivoik,
•Alifilu-i It l,u Sepia* 'r„ni.-. r,..*-..
I'.'i.ls Hfil*-.*-... ilenvv Framing.
In luui, anything.
J.   P.   HUCHCkOI-r
Ciiiitrni'loi in I lluililor
Siuiilny
Clasi
Sclinol   ami    ltitili*
at :i o'clock
I'ti'siivli'tiaii   .Iniiii, Tuesday,
al 8 o'clock *
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■ SOCIB1V AND
!       PROFESSIONAL
taaaamaamamaaaaumt
CAKUS
l.'.'TAWA.
.i.  tv.  in i'i.i:i.ni:
Mil. k.MAkV SI RlilillN
liiii'lnaieiif Oiiiiulo Velt-rlimiy
College, Toronlo, in 18.18.
ISinilnitle an.l MeihilliHl nl
M.Killil''*-   Volerfiiui)    l*,ill,Tc,
Cliluigo, in mon.
Nine    yearn'    ,-•-1.,-,i.-n. i-    in
Voii-rinnry i,rm-t.'ce in Miinitnlin.
Illlia* al Cranbrnok lintel.
Mui-jili,  A  I'liiber,
I'aillanientnry,     Ueiuutuieiita.    anil
I'.ilinl Ofliee A.cut.
I'lacliCf  .Mnlr ll.illwa-. Ciiiiiiiit-'ilnli
Charles Mui|ihy. H.iml.i Fisher.
.'lilisrKS'T I,limit: Nd. Iill
KNUilllS   of   PYTHIAS
Crnuhrouk, II. C.
Meets erery Tursilay al • i>   ni. al
New fraternity Hall.
.1. It. lli-mlt-miM, K. ot It. A H.
W. A. Itulliiis, 0. 0,
Visiting   bielluii  cordially tavtt<4
Visiting
i at ten-].
l-'iuicy .1,-is,.)  island
very day al Kink s l'u
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ACONIZINQ PILES
CIREP BY  ZAM-BUK
        Eugene
(I. H. Lucas, i.i Moylc, was regis- eniieen.ra.or, when- he was work*
li-nil nl,   the Royal yesterday. inn, breaking a steam pipe.     The es-
I'. A. Sandhcrg, ul Waldu, was a taping steam scalded Mr. Totter
Cranlirook visitor on Saturday. rery badly    about      the lelt      arm
.1. S. Uuiil,in, uf New York,      was i"11'    side    and     he will      be con-
ii ihe Hotel Cranbrook yesterday       I'1"'*!    1°  'i's    home for  some   time
I,-,-,      Iresh '" l'nm'
I'iuiil (Iiu,-    Secrefrary  McDermot, ol the   boaid
ol l.i-ade, is  receiving letters     daily
iln*.*-,. it, .n,„,i ii„. iVi-.-iinv ii.iirl ,r"m people '.ll "ver Canada and
nun, was in i i,min .ml, ..a ims *,, rtout ttta district. Only this
"•'>' ,. week Mr. McDermot received a   letter
11. Barrett, ul hemic, was regis* |roin a party in Dakota asking
..•red ai. Um Cosmopolitan mi lues- ahether this part ol the country
day. wnuld be a ppod place to establish nti
Mrs. Wood,   id Moyie, visited Critn- Angora pout ranch,
brook ai   Hie beginning      ol        Hi.-    The many Iriends ol  Miss Mary E.
w«*k. Mott will   be pleased to learn    that
Mrs Build ami daughter, ol she has sufficiently recovered .o ac-
BulleMiC, have lieen In lbe .-ity company her mother and brother
Ihis week. Marry to New Westminster last Fri-
A. A. Ward has gone to his ranch "lay '»' an oiteniled visit. Thanks
al Swansea and will pul in H"' '" Dr- Kings skillful treatment anil
summer tliilre t°  ™ g00*1    care  hy    the Sisters
Fm- cbmee    ,,,„ imiis   and green -Jg«5| mim^^^t
K'tiiniug.'     ' "" "'•' _ ■'"'   ift.'^ h"    **■     '8    ^
Huclicrott can build you Uiat new
dusk you want. See him about it
belore ymi decide. |
C. A. McKay, the well known'
mining man of Moyie, was iu Crau-j
brook on   Tuesday. |
Duvid     (Jrillilh,    the Wild      Hoist-'	
Creek guld baron, spoilt    Sunday ami     Mr.   P.     Astridge,   ot   3 St-.  Paul
Miindav in Cranhrook. Street,     St.   Catharines, Cmt., says-.
J. K. Anderson, deputy minister "^r ly* V^rs I suffered untold
of agrlciUlure. spent Tuesday ami "P01')' w'lh protruding piles. No one
VYfdni'sduv   in     Cranbrook   ' knows tbe sunering one has to en:lure
r Kn.',<.it.. i^ i.nii.iii.iv „ rp^lrioneft nnl>' tllose wl)0 ar* K0 unfortunate as
„, ,i it," S s \, "JS If '» irat^me. ''i1" !& 'YJS
BiUicr has the contract Ior the work. g£a« ,«*• ^ft —
A. 1,. Mclieiiiii.t bus hail Ins dally had n0 apPttite. I tried evcrvthing
cry wagon palntci and cmlicllslictl. it | -„(,ard ol Ior piles, hut got no tt*
li.olis fine but a   little orange. \ie,     , Kmi io s^tral doctors, but
Seeds! Seeds!! Seeds!!! All Unils thev would give me little hope of
ol licit! and garden seeds at ever getting rid of Ihem and 1 finally
Fink's We sell the kind llial gave tiji in despair. One dav a frienil
grow. gave tne a sample ol Zam link salve
Walter l.aiuli bus charge ul the and told tne ol someone who had been
wnrk of building lhe ' new hum cured. 1 decided to try it, and the
on tbe llnskins property mi Baker relief I got was encouraging. I
Hill. bought a bm, and the piles kept    on
Mrs. (luid left, in, Monday Im* diminishing and the pain was getting
Rivers Inlet, to visit during the l,!iS* 1 used ttirw bows an* am
summer with her daughter, Mis. Mc* e"K,, completely cured. I wish 1
Tiivish could have -sot Zam-Buk vears    ag,.
.   ..   ... „, ,    , .      „,   II would have saved me a great deal
Nnrth  S, ,t Vnoleu,,,,'■'       was "'   rals('r*v' °™*  ,hous»"<l  d"11"s
North Stat Lumbei    em pan      was wm|1(| w nol|_   lM mM m am0Hn(
until   t tan- ,„ g-m ||)r M|d| % mn Js mlne       ,
.,..,, .   wish I could convince every suHrrrr of
.lames   I. Laidlaw, surveyor, cngl- the value of Zam-Buk.--
MR and niining  man. retiinu-il    last    Ziim-I.uk cures cuts, hums, cliapnrd
Tuesday       Irmn  an    extended visit hand*,   cold  sores,    itch, ulcers, ec-
to  lhe ( nbalt country. i-ema, running sores, r.ilatrah, piles,
K, II. Small ami II. E. Beattie bad Icrs, abscesses, luce sores, spring
icll on the Flyer yeslei-day fm* eruptions, and all skin diseases, li
Spokane, where lliey will spend a is good also fot rheumatism, scia-
day or two on business. Ilea, etc., when well rubbed In.      (.1
A direct Importation ol Lipton's u11 druggists and stores, .Ilk-., or
pickles, lams,   and   jelly lablrts jusl from Zam-Buk Co., Toronlo.
received nl Fink's I'm,- Fund liim-cry.' ^__   _
Popular piices.     See windntv. j
Tbe horse thai inn away with
tv.   M.    Front    recently,    evidently
Caught  a  seven Ill while  Wiilidelin*.',
Ill   the   bush, Inr it     ilieil .bis week.
Superintendent Bi'ownlee bus been
under tin* weatbei during th,-
week, baling had In undergo a
6ii!.*.lii   though painful, operation.
The Cranhrook city hand tendered
several selections nl tbe Edison
tbealte nn Tuesday evening, it being tin* i aslon    nf a benefit to the
m McKenna bas gone I.. Winnipeg,' Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Man., to represent the Brotherhood of
Kailway Carmen  in   the   matter     ol ■ —	
ihe new sihwdule  whieh     will     take
ISLAND HOTEL
Waldo,  It. C.
1'AI'I.  ST.   .lofi'X,   I'l.il'iieli.i
.-nnil, en*.   Koill.-liilv'a Ureal
IH'XTlNil   IM' I .-III s, i
,1,1-U ll„* |,lme I., -i*i*i,,i a lew
liar mocked wiil. Un* l„-i
Iffif: -i-iii.i* lii.t-ihi-.
Cotiitorla.ile l.uuins
registered     at   tlm
biuiili on Tuesrlnv.
Drink Home Beet
It l.i Pur«
It to Healthy
It Is the Beit
el.ee. May  I.
The Cranbrook Trading company
hnve jusl received a carload of
rigs. John Veld and .lack Da
ncli ate now driving bran new
enrriiip.es purohnscd    from this firm.
Work is progressing nn tin*
grounds belonging ... .lie provincial-municipal building. The shrubs
should at i ive in a lew davs and
a thin? oi beauty will be the result*.
GEORGE C. EGG
amiKK.CT, lukOMc awMiiirimiNT
UNO MIUAIOI
MiilUmd, Boston anil Toronlo
niperlniii-s
PLANS, KST.MATES AMI SPIT.-
I'ICATIONS UN ,-lllnRT NOTI. K
P. 0 Botllil NELSON, U.0.
:1*?ix*-**\ p—n -JfaJr- try- _Jg*W If II 1 ***"
MACHINERY
FOR SALE
Four     1NGKRSOLL   - SliHOEAN
Class "A" Straight Line Air Compressors.     Air     cylinders l!ti| in.
bv 'Ml in.     lu gnuii working eumli-
tion.     Available about .lulv, lflWi
Ono Vl'l.CAN, fuur-ivheel. " Saddle
tank, .steam locomotive, M iu
gauge. Cylinders Kt.1. in. x Hi in.
Built   1903.     Immediate delivery.
One CANADIAN, tour-wheel, Saddle
tank, steam locomotive, 12 iu.
gatipe. Cylinders 10 in. x 11 in,
Ituiit, 1003.      Immediate delivery,
One POUTER, tour-wheel, Saddle
tank, steam locomotive, Standard
K-itiRe 2 in.'x \ in. Cylinders 7 in
x 12 in. Purchased, 1801. Im
mediate delivi-rv.
Four JEFFUEV, ten ton, electric
locomotives, :iii in. gaug0| 22i
volt. Direct current. In good
working order, a vail.tide about
Julv, inns.
Three MWiEKWnoo E1,ECTIUC
HOISTS, :."• h.p. Equipped vvttli
duplicate Jellrey M li. 30 h.p.
motors, 22'i volt, Direct current.
ivaliable nboul .Mav. 1008.
One ALDiUCIl ELECTIUC PUMP.
Portable, mounted fnr 30 in. track.
Capacity till) gallons mi 300 ft.
lift. Equipped with lu h.p. West-
ingjioiise motor. 220 volt. Direct
eurrent. Purcnnsed 1807. Im
oiediutr delivery,
Tlie maeliineiy listed above will all
be .ivji.iiiic during present season, owing lu Iieing replaced bv larger equip
ment.
Write fm
prices.
let ail    specified lions nnil
CROWS NEST PASS
COAL COMPANY, Ltd.
J. II. TURN6V, I'ni-.h-i.lng Agenl
I'criili, ll. C.
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Cli.W'llltOOK   LANU   IHSITIICT
DISTRICT (IK    SOUTHERN DIVI
S.dN  I*. \ST KOOTENAV
Take notice (bat I'aHierllie Mclnnis. ol Elkmotllh, It. C, wile ol
Malcolm Mclnnis, of she same place,
intends to apply lor iicnnissioii to
nirchase the following (lescribed
and
Commencing at a post planted at
.he   northwest   corner    ol Lot I'l.'l.
East Kootenay    District*, tbem ast
eightv chains, thenco norlb 8ft chnins.
Uienco west to l.ot I|2.;|, then loi:
lowing the tiounklary line of Lots
•261 nnd 1112 and the right o! wav
ol the Crows Nest Southern railwav
to the point ol commencement, anil
containing 400 acres, more or less.
Catherine Mclnnis, Locator,
Malcolm Mclnnis, Agent.
Dated March 2Mb, 1908, e-flf*
.11.0.1*.     Kty CI.) . •>-,.
No. II. Meeti atarf
'S\*.jm   Monday    eight    at
New     Fraterully    Hall.      Snjoiiui-
lug Oild.ellows cordially Invited.
I<'. if llaliies, Wm. Harris,
N. U. Sec'y.
tnakrnak . ..*Hf. Na. M
A. P. * A. M.
Regular meel.ap ui
tea MM TbarHal
ot ataty moaU.
Visiting Melt, ea welcome-!.
s  II   llnskins, W. M.
I-:, w. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
11
Meet every   Friday     evening
uu , in Edison Theatre.
Tims. Cole, W. I'.
Chas. Smith,  Secretary.
Visiting brethren coidially .uviled
LOYAL ORAN..B LODGE, NO. IS71
CRANBROOK
Meel a. ... ol ... K. Hall lud   and
lib Sai.ii.Uy each monlb.
Visiting tiiettuea always welcome
.1. I*:. Larrigan, W. M.
.Iniiii McLaiighlnn, lice. Sec.
NV. P. tUJKO.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK,BRITISH Col.l ll.ll.
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{      C. H, DUNBAK
a   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
{ Public, Etc.
X   Cnuilirwik,    •    •    II. C.
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DKS. KINU & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ofllca al Reshleaee, Arnntinu, Aie,
OFFICE HOURS :
I'l.teiiuiins HOI. to IU.I"!
Aflci noons - • - 2.110 to   4.01.
Evenings - - • • 7.30 to  situ
Sundays ... - 2.1.1. to   4 .111
CRANHROOK   I     11     I.    It     M. C,
l)K. I.li.KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I. to .2 a.m.
I l.i   .1 |i.iii.
7 In   • p.m.
Illtlee ami leslileiiee on Allllslrolig live
CRANBROOK       -       -       .    ll.l!,
Ok. V. IJ. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I. in 12 a.m.
I In   .1 p.m.
7 lo   X p in.
(.nn*,* I w ll.bi ......k
CRANHROOK -       -       - I.  O.
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CUMMINUS & CUMMINUS '',
; C.VII.  liNIIINWikS .AND  DOMINION
AN.. It. C. ..AND SI'KUIURS
¥h°!iI5?1«" Cranbrook. B.C.;!
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i.i lieni fiuiu nwflorhnvtng
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