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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   I!
I'U.VMiKOOK,   URITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER
niu::.
NUMBER J I
The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Head Office. Toronto.
Hon. Quo, A. Cox, President, It. B. Wai.kkr. Gen, Man.
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fl.700.lM-1 <1
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71,1 iii.iu ll tn
Deposits Received,   Qeneral Haitkini; Hushics.*- Triinsnded
SAVINQS It.NX liii'vnt.lM   lie-null. Kocelved   l.lere.l illowcti.
PRtiSBNrRATB OP INTEREST THREE PERCENT
DANKINII l'*t  MAU.   l)n|iiHltn mnv Iki niiitlo nml wltlitlrawn l.v ...nil.
.inl ..I 1.4.4 11 ll(-l-.IUI>la l.*.-.-iii- i*4,*iv ul.4.11,Utu.   I* Ilni'iiliiili- :i.l,li.--4',l
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IKtNllROli:.' BRANCH. F. C M ALPAS, Man..*;*.*..
i Water Proof Coats
It is now time to select
your coat for Fall   .-* ',
Our line is here and j
we can assure you they
arc perfect made gar- j
ments. «£ The quality j
we guarantee as well
as the price.
FORT STEELE
MERCANTILE CO.,
Limited
East Kootenay's Big Mail Order House
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liasl koolenay Lead Mines. S>«
s   S.  Powler. of tl,.- iiritii-l, :•     SOMETHING FtW N-liliiVi
;   OBSERVATIONS   ,*  :
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, J , loud pn.|..-rii. s Iii this district:
j MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER  7, 1903 I!  "-'''< »«y «-. -i.,
Iluvs   ESSAY    "N    NEW
PAPEBS.
"Ni'ivspupiTs nru sln-i-ls o( |.;.|*.*r J «
on which stulV to r.-:,<l  is printeil   .
Tin- inuu Iiml. uti I' il tn si-i- if lh. il i 1 r*.      r      .,.*>..   r- t    j    .vj.it t     n >
„,„..,.„.,,,. ,„ ^   | ,..,„•■ | „-.,„„ | J A Great Day for the People .** Everybody Will be Here  -
ni-wspu|K*i*s iiiiiu- inin tin- world : 4 Progr.imme. (
I don'l think Oixl iIobh.   Tin I.il.i.-  ♦        ,      ,       ,,*,,*, , - , ,. I
. Pnrmlftnl III 4dock 11. lhe iiiomuiK. forwhich twoprixes of »
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I      IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA      |
3 Capital, Paid Up               $2,983,896                      *
J Rest             $2,636,312 J
J HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO.             J
8 T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager J
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I CRANBROOK BRANCH 1
I SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT«|)nntK.tsL0WED j
5 A general banking, bosiness transacted.     Drafts sold availa- JJJ
•» ble in every part of Canada. United States and Europe.     Special *.
**, attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     *
Buys nothing tilxnit oditoi-B, --mil  I
never   hourd   of   ouu   hctu__   In
lienven,    Tin- lirst .-ilitur   I   lu-unl
uf wns tliu ft-lliiw who wrutt- up Ilu-
IIihhI.     II,-   Ims liooii   horn ovor I ♦  1
I .-
sii    Some editors belong to the I
i-liuri-li nud try in ruiso whiskers.
All ul'llii-iu try t.i ruiso trouhlo in
their neighborhood. Sometimes
tin- pit|a-r ilii-s, uml thou people
li'i-1 glud. ISditorg iiuvur wt-nt tu
si'liuul. beenuse editors never gel
licki-il. 1 Iur piipi-r is mighty poor,
l.ut wo tnko is st. Mn call use it tm
hor pmitry Bholves. Our editor
don't iiniiuiii! to inufh, but paw
niiiil lu. hud u poor i-hiuii-i. when ho
wns 11 buy. Hu K°i'i* without
uiidi-r-i'lotlit's in tin. winter, wom-8
nu socks, und hns u wife to support
him, Paw hiiti uut puitl his subscription for live yours, mul don't
intoiul to,"
i*i tsttt
AIN'T IT THK TBUTH.
A preacher came at n newspaper
ninn hi this wny: "Yuu editors do
nut tell tho truth. If yuu did yuu
could nut live; your nt-wspupi'i*
wuuld be it fnilure." The editor
replied; "Yuu nru riglit, nnd the
minister who will nt nil times nnd
under nil oiroumstnnccs L-11 the
wliol.- truth ulKitit his members,
nlivo ur dead, will not occupy his
pulpit more than une Sunday, nntl
then lu- will find it ueceBsnry to
leave luwu in 11 hurry. I'lu- press
uml the pulpit pi hand in hand,
with white wash brushes nnd pleu-
sant words, magniflyjug little
virtues into liii^ ones. The pulpit,
the pun. nntl the gravestone nre
.xrc.'it sftint-innking triiiinvirntes."
And tin* great minister went
nwny looking very thoughtful,
while tin- editor turned tu his wurk
nntl luld nf lhe surpassing liu.'lllty
t.f the liritle. while in fuel slm wns
ns homely us 11 nun! feuco,
•  s::",, ,i. I, 1, ill In- L-iti-n. ..in  Iur tin- largest number i-opi-i-senti
} uu. um- industry, 'In- uther Inr ilu- Ileal gol up.
.-  pouv Kllt-e. une-hiill lllili*
.*
Rnce, .'. ini-..- I-I Slu nil
J Kquuw Riii-o, oue-hiilf mile
* Sawing Contest, two iiieu to
J Ti,- Milking Contest
j Chopping ConteBl
1 Team Drawing Contest
{i Drilling Contest
« ,	
fi <ll*l*.*ISI-ll   Pig .
i Clhnhing lii.-nsril Pole
*
i Running High Jump
* Hit) Vnril Fool Race, Open
1st sin nn
2nd $i) III
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2nd s:i 1111
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Winiii-r gets the pig *
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2nd S 5 UU *:►
Foiill.nl! lluiiif.
Tug ul' W'nr.
Iluvs uml (lirls Fool Races I'm* Prizes
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LABOR DAY,
Arrnugcinouts  lmvi- been   com-
pletud tun   Sllllifit'lll   t'Sli'llt tu ill
sure n great success fur Labor Day following minis!,
Koolenay Presbytery.
Tlm si'ini-nnniiiil meeting nf
Kootonny Presbytery wus held in
RoBsland  Inst   week,    with   the
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JUST A POINTER.
DiseriuumttiiiH ronders know
what tho itlitur uicant when lie
suiil iti liis pa|H'i': "Thoro iSnliitli*
in.-itlir tn wliirh ihi.-? bog$
in cull tlu> nttention ol' $01110
■ ui' it $ 8iilinN'i'iU'i*S. Wo truly lmto
tu Speak ot it$ $uh$oriber$, We
lvnlly hiiti' tu Sin'ak uf it Imt Sonir
luvvo Scomiit^ly ivllowixl it to Slip
thoir minds. Tu \\% lhi$ i$ ,-i very
important i$$no; in i'm-t it'S noco$-
tfnry in uur bn$iuo$$, Wc won't
SlH-ak furthor on tho $nbjoct, Por-
lmp$ yon havo nl ready guosaoil thr
drift ul' uur i'otnnrk$,'1
Cranbrook People.
*••>• •»♦••♦•
McBride Is Moving
.1.1). MeBiido is mpviiig his hurdwiiiile stock tu
llii'ii. II. Miner building, He is also moving
hardware, stoves, tinware nnd everything iu his
line iill ever the ilislrit-t. simply because his
. prices nre ri;;hl nml hio goods uro the bent.
l-'i.iii. Tin. liiuu ro Timor.
Miss Cardiff, nf Crnnbrook,
H-jcnt yestenluy in town visiting
friends.
.Miss Mnuil Kotlinere, nf Toronto, is spending a few duys in
tuwn lhe guest uf Mrs. ('. K. Roid,
hunt week J, F. Wilson whilo
fishing In Um Snulh Fork caught
u twelve pound speckled trout Hint
measured .'11 inches iu length.
And this is nu Huh Htory.
Breokenridgo it Lund, the contractors who liuvn thu contract for
extending the Grassy Mountain
railroad, havo ul-out completed
tlieir contract nud liuve paid nil'
int-ist uf their employees,
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Mining Record lor August.
The following is a record nf tile
milling transactions nt tin. government office lust month:
New locutions ill
Certificates of work 2H
" uf improvements. 6
Free miner's certificates... 18
Transfers ii
There were 55 conl prospecting
licenses issued tn prospeot for coul
iu tlio -Klk river valley north of
block I5HH.
in Crnnbrook, The committee in
charge havo heen untiring in llu-ir
ell'urts. uud nothing hns been loft
undone thnl will tend lu add in
the enjuviui'iil of Ilu- tiny.
If the weather clerk is in guud
spirits, uiul Hit- gods ul'the wi ulher
give us n line tiny Crnnbrook  will
io tlm greatest celebration she bus
ever hnd. nml the largest crowd.
The *ee|l- nre coming from
Moyie, from Murysville. from Kim-
iterley, from North fiwtr, frmn Fori
Steele.fruui .lull'ray. from Wardner,
from l'erry Creek, in fuel from nil
over Ihu district. Tlm contests nre
exciting nil kin.Is ul' interest, nnd
there nre n number uf wagers made
ns in results, Tiiere will In- no
work on Hint ilny in Ihis part uf
Ilie country. The people ure coming frum ull over the district, nnd
thoy ni-e coming forn good time,
Arnuigouionts have been completed whereby u special train will
leave Kiinberley m u a, in. returning leave Cnuibrook nl '.I p. m.
Monday evening.
Tlie pnrndu iu the morning, will
be Miillleliin;; new in Ihis district.
Kvery merchant in town will have
his business represented,   The fuct
Hint each nml every i  uf thom
nre Inking nn interesl in it. assures
its success. A prizu uf fifteen
dollars will be giving I'm- Ilm best
liunl.
The Cranhrook Electric Light
company will display u nice line
nf fire wurks iu tin- evening.
The purs.-uf Hm dollars fur the
drilling contest will be divided into
twu prizes uf S7U anil $80, 1st. nud
2nd,       	
Talks of Lell.bridgc.
Mr. ami Mrs. McCnig nf Lethbridge stopped over iu Cruubrook
one dny lastweekwith Mr. nn.l Mrs.
(I. II,Hii'iiiiier.uillu-ii-return from
their wedding trip. Mrs. MeCuig's
many friends in Crauhrook were
glud Insee her. nml Mr. MeC'llig
ninth1 ninny plesitut iictptiiintnuces
during his breif sojourn in Craubrook, Mr. McCnig is n grent enthusiast when il comes In Lethbridge uutl ils future, He snys
the luwu is surrounded by nn agricultural country that is bound tn
givo it great growth, nnd make it
an important commercial center.
The climate is the best between
Toronto and Vancouver, uud in
time it is hound to he it greut resort un niTiuiiit of ils climatic advantages,
IU ill llltendul
Revs. II. Young, Y'tnir; ,1, Hull.
Trail; .1, R, Robertson, Grand
Forks; 1). L, Gordon, Fernie: W.
tl. W. Fortune, Cruiibrunk: Dr.
Wright. Nelson; V. M. l'linly.
Phoenix; \V. Siinuns. Slociiu; I-i.
('. W. Marshall, Columbia. T. s.
Gltissford, Nakusp: W. (I. Brown,
New Denver; (leu. II. Findlny,
Amsworth; A. S. Thompson, Midway, nntl Rov. Dr. Herilinan, superintendent uf missions.
The reports showed that in the
lute uf tlm general depression
throughout Ihu Kootenays, an
aggressive uud successful wurk hnd
been carried un,
The resignation of Rev. .T. II.
Robertson uf Grand Finks wns
withdrawn at the request of the
Presbytery. The resignation of V.
M. Piirily nf the pastoral charge of
St. Andrews. Phoenix, wns accepted with regret, his physicians having urged u change, without delay.
The following changes wero
ninth- within tin1 lxniuds uf thi'
Presbytery.
Camp Mi-Kiiiney tu be given
the services uf an urdnhmil num.
Cascade to be supplied by n
student,
Morrlssey and Michel to be
separated, each In hnve the service
nf a missionary.
Moyie uml Creston tu hnve the
orvico uf an nrdniimil man.
> ISt. Kulu ii" nmi   lh"   i'ni'.'iilis,'.   f.
. loxntiipie, unt j,, tn, ,.|iiir,.|v dilfer-
> i.-nt  position  from iln- silver-lend
1 mines in iin- Klocnu distrii i nml ii
i.- mil at all ,', rlnii, Ihnl il would
I. ■ I., uur:. Iviititnge I" collie int..
tlm lend mini' owners iisaocititiou
uml pool onr output. Tin- litisl
Kootenii) mini uh is well known
carrj   a  high  .tcri-ontagc of lead
running even up  in 115 pel nt
ami over villi t,*iy Iiui.* Bilver,
tin- Slocan inin.-. on lh.- other
luu,d carry big silver talin-s with i
couiparativelj small amount uf
lead. The couseipu nee of llii- is
that the two rlasses nl ure get \i ry
dllfei I.    trentuienl     fr     the
smelters, tlie rate on Slocan ons
Ill-ill-.;- cnlcullltcd nn a basis ol
thirty or forty or even as Imt- as
iv.4 my per coul uf lend, every extra
nnil being chnrged I'm- nl the rain
uf twenty cents a tun. Yuu can
easily see how  heavily tlm   Eusl
Kootenny mi: win ts would  Iv
penalized if limy came in un ihis
ui- u similar basis. As n mutter uf
I'ai-i ilm Ensl Kootenny mines now
gel extremely satisfactory riitcs
frum the smellers which liuil their
ores of great value in making up
their furiiace charges.
"If tt.- colli'., inlu Ilm a-soi-iatiiui
il must be either withoul snerific-
iug ilm iidvtititugeons smelter rates
we now enjoy ur we iiiu,.t iri-t some
compensating concession. I wus
present al the meeting last night
but while Ilu- mutter was discussed
we reacheil uo conclusions. It is
u little curly yei anyway fur wc do
mil know how tin- bonus is t.» be
distributed, I if course even if wide mil go inl" tin- |u 1 il would be
well tn have sunn- kind of eo-opern-
tion in control tin- annual output
nl' the minus in such a wny that
tin- entire benoilt uf tlm 1-unus
would be Becnrcd, Otherwise, if
more than 811,000 Ions nl' lead b.
produced some nm- will have tu gi
withoul lhe liiiliin."
Mr. Fowler said there was notl    w- ■**••   •■"-
much 1.. report from the  Pnradise,  1'Vn,i'' •■'■-' Fridny C*VI uil - ' >' "
the futuro of which was yet  to be  conservatives   i.   a   contest  wi:
determined ns the owners have not   H',rr-V   Bentley,  by  ;,
yol decidc.1 whether or not
in a trnmwav.   Tin* invii
! I'm- those whn gni is th   - I- - J
I est t.. th.- vol,- ci: *  ii. :-   ith j
J East Kootenny thi:- 1,:!!.
j      Tlm lirst   prize is u   set cf J
{ dishes  on .-sliiiiil: *..   i I   the J
I Fori Steele Mercantile .- n . ;
: l"'"f8' :
,       i In- second m :■ ■ i   . • I
I li.-i--.-ii at  Bei ttie'a \
J      Tin- tliinl i-i..-- ■    rs' sul |
! scriptiou I..'i'l,,  i:
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For Sale,
Riinchojl2iniles front Cranbrook;
820 acres; *10 acres under cultivn-
tion; hniise nntl ruiiehe buildings,
implements, etc.; about 75 acres
well timbered; $2,000 cash.
Five-room cottnge, two lots; two
blocks from ('. P. 11. station.
Apply at Townslto Ollice,
Brcckenridge & Lund's Coal Mine.
Blairmore Times: Brcckenridge
& Lund, who hnve lately ncquii-eil
n valuable coal property near tin
Middle Fork tank, have now a forei
or men ut wurk  putting up nc.
I'oiiiinudnlions fur a lurge fur if
miners, lt is their intention t
work n force of nt least 25 miners
nn their properly tliis winter. A
Inrgo amount of devolopemeiil work
has been donu uu this properly und
considerable conl has bcensbipped
The mine will be under ilu
liluuagi'liihnt uf Mr. Kvans. lute ul
Mieliel and formerly inspector uf
coal minis for tho Territories. At
present u wagon html nf hull' tt mile
is necessary tu lund this cual nt tlm
(.'. P. Ii.. but it is the intention nf
the management to drive on tlie
coal seam frum the present underground working tu u point nearthe
rnilruud nnd there put a raise tu
the surface. This is the same property that was operated last winter
by J. A. Metiuire.
Rend tin nu. on  I j
!   page,     ll   wiil   toll  you   ; :!   ',
POLITICAL NEWS
Liberal Meeting's
Tin- Crnnbrook  liber I  issocin-
linn will hold infi.riii.il meetings nl
tlieir committee rooms . very Tin---
ilny  night during   iin- cnm|
A cordial  invitatii n     . . ■■
tu those desiring a t;..:
government to la  t :- -
By i'-..:-1 I . mi  il
Wells Wiih ike Liberal Parly.
Golden Kin: Hon. W. i\ W.lls
will be the liberal enndidnte in the
coming electi. u. We oxpot: lo
publish Mr. Wells' nunouno mi nl
lu the electors uf ilu- districl in our
nest issue. -I. A. Harvey, wl:,,
wus .I...,!:, in d us (he 11 nservative
candidate, lins declined to run nnd
il is understood -Mr. V.'. lis has no
opposition.
J. A. Harvey wi i  tend red the
.■.-ii.- native nomination iu the
riding uf North East Kcotenay,
but declined. Few men have the
opportunity to decline th ■ ni miun-
tion in two lii-iri'-t- thc Ban e vi ar.
to   lillt
lieillil.il
uf this question was one nf tlu*
objects of Mr. Fowler's trip but
developement wurk ha 1 im: yet
proceeded fan uough tu make the
answering nf tliis question easy.
The tramway if constructed will
be aliuul three ami a half or four
iniles long and cost between $30,-
(HHIanil $-10,000,
Iu '1.
Duncan   Ri
SS.
if   (i et
.wood.
jrgilliizer fur t
end pai
iv.is in
tuwn.   He  sp
-.ki
c --,■; i
tlv   nl'
tile SUCCCaS   "1
lh
party
ti  this
iruVllice.
E, ('. Smith
was
publicly
nl-.--
Capitalists Visit Perry Creek.
Crnnbrook was visitetl this week
liy a number of Frenk capituliste
who are intorestud in tin- Byron
collories near Blninnore, Thoy
wero T. Lefebvre, II. Bordonneau,
ti. Lofebvre an.l J. L. Ploutot.
.1. E. WoodB, of Krank. the well
known engiiu er, was with thom.
The object ot their visit was tu inspect thu Badger group on IVrry
Creok, recently purchased by
Frank Byron uf Frank, and Mr.
Wood. They woro must favorably
impressed with the property, u >\
only in tlm values shown, Imt thu
extent of the ledges. Tin- party
I"i't for Victoria Tuesday. .Mr.
Byron, who is developing tin- property, has confined tin- wurk
chiefly tu preliminary preparations.
yet he Ims done enough to demon-
Btmto tin* fad ili.it his I'.'iilit in the
|)]'o|irrty was lias, d un an excellent
foundation,
New Hardware Slore.
A law hardware store is tu lie
opened in the (iilpia block by
William Unit, who has sold his
stock at Morrissey Mines tu .1. C.
Patinoro. .Mr Hull has Boveral
car loads of Btcck un tin- mad. with
quite an amount now in tho freight
wiled, ami will In- ready forlmsinesB
in about twu weeks, Mis stuck
will In* new ami selected wiih a
view of mooting tlm demmid ul' the
people ui Craubrook and surrounding territory,
New Store.
-.   ,, ...     ....  . Messrs. Manning and Lacov will
The Sullivan Shipping. . ■-,,.,.
open a general btoro in Un- billld-
Ordors havo been receivetl from |l|g v.|r.l)li(, ,,.. ,, ,} lfcBrkl(!
tlm Sullivan Company at Spokane wit|lin ft {ow dnyBi n,,,,, nj* the
toshipnuumborpftonoof oro to g(,lltUwn nro Wl,,i ail(i favorably
IhosmelU'rat Nelson. It is "<•< | k)llAV11 ,„ ,ilt, ,)(.()|(i(. ((f Cranbrook
known what this fully moans, Bntj,,,,,] vicinity, whilo commoted with
tlm general opinion prevails that the storo of (4, ft, Gilpin, and will
It is for tlm purpose oi' securing a undoubtedly enjoy au increasing
smelter test uf a run uf ore, ' trade,
ed the lilh-ral nomination a' Fernie
Inst Monday evening, Thpre was
a lar'_'e meeting and Bhortaddresses
were made by Mr. Smith, F.-SI irk<
llr. riing and Doncau Ros3.
The campaign is on. and i;
should be carried on i;i this district
in a decent and able manner.
Ureal Coal Deposits.
The International Coal & Coke
com] any. controlled by the (Iranby
mining iuterests and the Jay. 1'.
Graves interests, and owning oxteu-
sive bituminous coal lands in Alberta, un tin- liu ■ of tin* Crows
Xest Pass railway, has entrusted
Uoorgt; S. Baton, a f'iitslairj coal
mining expert, witli tin* task '>;'
designing a plant capable of j.i'>-
d ii dug an output uf 2iJ*> tons
daily. The rejioii of Mr, Baton is
now in tin- hands uf the dil cto
It i-; guito exhaustive, ontlining
a comprehensive plan ul' development tu be carried out in *. >
Sonm idea of ilm magnitudi? "I'
the cual ri si-'rvt :• i n th" ].i.»peily
uf the conl company <*;.ii he gaini^l
from the fact that the Pennsylvania
expert ostimati s the nmount of
ccal In si-jlit nbovo Iho Ii vol oftho
Canadian Pacific railway tracks id
the enormous figure of 04,00 I, • HJ
tons: and also from his nBsuranco
that with ample equipment a daily
output of 10,000 toi B ea 11 bo
maintained for almost unliiuil.-l
lime. He also pronounced fuocoal
tu lu* uf first class quality for steaming puriHises and admirably adapt-
for tlm manufacture of coke.
Died.
Catherine Hilda Iltmter. aged
three years, Thursdny night Aug.
27. at the St. Eugene hospital,
after an illness of two weeks, tlm
cause of death being acute oolitic.
She was tho daughter i I' Goo. C.
Hunter..f Ryan, B.C. The femoral was held from lhe hospital
Friday morning, Rov, Fort .me
officiating, nnd the n mains int irrod
in the Cranbrook lonmUry, Illi:   ( liANUIiOOx.   UEBALD
CRANBROOK HERALD
M/L
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Nominations to Date
A,l„,    .1. KulJnnil. pruercsMM-.l. .Y"*11™.?*   K""nl !'"\Viili*T-
i-liillit,:,,*!,   .'.«'.  .Miuu... lib.iwdiBt: A. J. Perry nnd P. Will b
ml;.1.1,. Atkinson, c.,i.serv.,tiv,*.|l"'"K.l'"sslv' .. .      ,,
Comos    V. M.-ll. V..,un--lil.eiiil.|,,V"',"m   ''     U'""-|s'    '"    ' '
rinnlil-uuk    T.    CllV
Editor and Proprietor.
TEllM-i ok sl*li.-l-llll-TliiNi
une 1*4*1.1 !;'*'J'
t-1*. nututlu '•'
Tlie Itarattl ileHlri', In -ilvt* th. new. iii tlie
iilstr.fi.   ll yoii Kiuiiv any about your lottn
yn.ir Iniili* nt ymir i-eni'li-. -lenil 11 li. tills iillliT.
THE KOOTENAY CENTRAL.
Th.* Kootenny Central ruilwny
eoinpnny hns sectireil nu extension
of its charter, ponding certain nr-
ningemeiite. This concession hi
the pnri of thu Dominion government waa simplj a matter of
justice. Tliis road is um* of tin-
must Important projected nt this
time iu this province, and it's construction uii'iuis iiiiiteriiil advance.
ment uf ihis puriinu ..I tin* pro.
vince, The Kootenuy Vnlley is
inn-uf tin- richest iu Western Cnn
inln. and only waits transportation
facilities I., develope its Intent
resources. From Elko to Uolden,
there nre vast tnu-ls of timber, rich
agricultural lands, nnd untold
wealth of uiinend waiting fur tin-
 npk-tion uf this innil. Transportation menus n marvelous in
crense iii tin* assessable values
along tin- route, nu immediate increase in population, and the adding tu the pruvii 's wealth by the
development nf natural resources,
lhe besl wealth producing policy
known to economics, since it gives
tu tin- world absolute increase, and
lilies lll'l   mean   tile   lllllliil*.'    Ill    lhe
h.mle iif any fen by tlu* sacrifice
of others.
ll is tin- duty uf every une in
ihis district to do all iu their power
fur the promotion nf this rond.    II
will I benotll tu tho district as a
whole.	
EDITORIAL NOTES
The inci sin*.' pay mils of the
Crows Nest Coal company is in.
dicutive of the coming prosperity
of South Kust Kootenay,
Nasty falsehoods makes poor
polltical argument.
Willium Bliikemore hns settled
nny doubt as lu his candidacy iu
the   l-'i-rnie district by declaring
himself fur W. |{.  Kus's. Hi in.
Borvativo candidate,
Koine kind friend favored Tin'
Herald with an Eaton catalogue
this week, The leaves make excel-
lent wrappers fur lhe paper.
Thanks.	
Campaigns should be fought un
party principles antl party reconls,
and the fitness uf the candidates,
Petty prejudices antl personalities
should be eliminated. Nu man
should vute without thinking why
he should vote a certain way. It
is his right nnd his duty.
Craiihrook's gruwth surprises
outsiders, To those who understand the conditions, it seems
natural.
The civilized nations of tlie
world should jump in and finish
the Turk.    He is nut needed,
Sir Thomas Upton failed In
lift tin- cup. hut lie has accomplished much in the way nf a closer
union between twu Anglo Slixull
spenking countries. The people
uf the I'liiicd Stub's now fear that
tin* cup mny be caplurell  by   sume
one less worthy of the honor than
Sir Thomas, the  prill f Bports
ainl n thorough gentlemen.
alive:.I. II. King, lilieral,
Cowichan K. M. Skinner, cnu
ervntive.
Kasl Vale Price KUisou, con-
servative.
Esquiuuilt ('. M. Pooley. conservative; ■!. illinlill, liberal.
Fernie -I. MePhereon.socialist;
!■:.('. Smilh. Iil.er.il; W, l(. Knss.
conservative.
Grand Forks -I. Rionhm.socialist; Neil McClllhtlil, liberal: (I. A.
Fniset, conservative.
(Jreeuwood -I. II- Browu, liberal.
Charlton, socialist.
West   Ynle   Siuarl   llendersni
liberal; T. II. McMiiunuioii, con-
servative.
Vinir    A.    Purr,     liberal:     II.
Wright, conservative.
COnSERVATlVE PUTFOKH.
Aili.i i .l.ii Ravel ...i.e. s.|,i,ut .ri i Hi.
!.    llllll till- 4-,Hlti-lll|iill ll'.llllllll-  Un*   i
at lhe party In lite iiiiit.i. i.i -tn.v-u-.lal .
mi tm i-i ilu. own-tram*, nmi i u«i "t
liny-nml Un- .l.-i- i.ii'eni,- al 4I III.
Kamloops   F. .1. Deani', liberal;
I-'. .1. Fulton, conservative,
Kaslo   -I. I..  Uetallack, liliernl.
I.illuuelt    Dr. Sanson, liberal.
Niiiiaiiuu   -I. II. Ilntilli.-in".nl.
Oil Lands Resolutions.
Al the reeenl meeting of tin- executive of the Miner's association
il wns   muveil   by   I-'..   II.   Kirby
secuntlcil    by   S.   S.   Taylur   an.l
curried:
Resolvwl thai this executive uf
Islands   T   W.   Paterson, lib-lthe provincial mining association
uf It. G. urge such guverniiient  its
tuny be iu power after the pending
provincial  elections in foruiiiliitii
withoul   tlelay   a   policy   fur tin*
opening up antl development of all
cual lands.
Ami further resolved thai  this
Newcastle   D. W. Murray, lib-1executive sugm-sis that   wiih •*,*■
,,nil |s|H.ft tu cunl lauds iu South Eusl
Nelson   S. S. Taylor, liberal; >I. HooU'iiny   (nol   affected by   any
Houston, conservative, valid, existing, legal claim or right
New Westminster    W. Gilford, of any   person   uf   cuiiipany I  the
conservative. government retnlu Hu- title lu nil
Okanagaii   T. W. Sterling, lib. | such and develop the conl monsun
end.
Revelstoke .lohn Bennett, bo.
cialisl: T. Taylur. conservative,
Silvertou Wm, Hunter, conservative.
Sintilki en    W. .1. Snodgrnss,
lilieral.
Skeeita ('. W. I). Clill'nrtl. con-
sei'viitive; 1'. lleniian. liberal.
Slucan H.A.I'.rnilshiiw. liberal:
W. Hunter, conserviitive; W.
Davidson, pi-ogrt'SBiv.
Saanich   Thomas   Bryden, lib  of tliu provltu
therein ciintniliitl. by II system uf
leasing tn actual operators! such
leases tn contain stringent prnvi-
sloiisfor | t'iipi'l*ri|lli|illlftlt.ili'Vrlo[:-
llli-llt lliiil eunliliuiills upi-rnliuns;
nud fnr tin- full protection nf the
Uritish Columbia coiisumcrB nf
cunl iiml  enku as In supply and
price.
And further resolved lhat tin
policy nliove suggested be extended to nil coal nud petroleum  lauds
Frum private information it is
learned ihnl there is tu be n fair
hi>ld iu N.-lsnn. The people should
gel II live man tu advertise il
Dead men make poor managers ul
popular attractions,
The mining department nf the
government is too bIow, At this
time the whole world is interested
in the guid discoveries nf the
Lnrdenu. Mut six nr nin - months
frum now tin- government will
issue a bulletin announcing the
news that guid has been found.
The mining department is a great
lienetit tu the public    nil.
The west, regardless nf party, is
in fuvnr nf thc (iraiid Trunk railway scheme. There will be criticisms on a pi liti .'id basis, but the
business el -ment nf tl e Domini in
generally, approve i f Iln- measure.
When Canadians fully appi into
the possibilities of tills country, it'
will then make marvelous pro. I
grass,
A GLORIOUS
OPPORTUNITY
One $20 Set of Dinner Dishes Free
NINETY-SEVEN   PIECES
Can be Seen ai ihe Fori Steele Mercantile Company's Store
One $15 Up=to=Date Camera Free
May be Seen at R. E. Beattie's Drug Store
The Herald for Two Years Free
May be Seen Anywhere in the District
HOW?   =   WHEN?   =   WHERE?
Let us tell you about it. The process is an easy
one. The Herald has a number of readers who are in
arrears on their subscription, And, there are a large
number of people in South East Kootenay who
should be a subscriber to The Herald, but are not.
To stir up the delinquents, and to offer an inducement to others to subscribe, we are going to give the
above named prizes, and there are only two conditions
imposed.
First—You must be a paid up subscriber to The
Herald to enter the contest.
Second—The one who [guesses the closest to the
number of votes cast in South East Kootenay at the
coming provincial election, takes the first prize, the
set of dishes; the next, takes the second the camera;
and the third takes the last one, two years, -ubcrip-
tion to The Herald.
You see it is easy. Any one interested in South
East Kootenay, should be a subscriber to The Herald'
It costs $2.00 a year or $1.00 for six months and is
worth more. And if you are a subscriber, you should
have your subscription paid. Therefore, by simply
making a guess on the number of votes that will be
cast in South East Kootenay, which will cost you
nothing, you may be the one to secure one of the
prizes offered. It is a chance to use judgment in
figuring, and profit thereby.
At the election in 1900 the total vote was 974 in
what is now Cranbrook and Fernie districts, composing all of South East Kootenay. What will it be this
year is the question.
No country, no creed, no color barred. This is
going to be a big year in South East Kootenay. You
will want the news. The Herald prints the news
when it is news.
Take Advantage of This Opportunity
F. E. SIMPSON,
Cranhrook, 11. C.
Publisher
tutuiitttu iii '■ft.
. rullwiycomfSiiywlii
Biuiiitmt ..Till** ttrmliu
- I.,.i)ti-ul, ins-i'lli-T iv,1
niu .-Itin-
3.   :lIiuiii
my |i ..i,*y,
\ •..-.•.isl li\- ■ al.-
agrlvuliur.ii i.v
Ilu*  mi-aii!hu- ;
ti'lfir.il
dm   till!
'.  wlil.lt H us
iiiin  of ll'illlf
mi-, ..f Hn- umi-
ml triiuk roads
i.*riiiii'-iii own,
flu iS'llll-t'S
e iiili>|iiitui nl
11.,-un.irf.l ti.
, nui jilve Un*
up l.i.t Ol I'lil'-
in the develop-
n:il Un- rut
 iiilllllin
-.•iug r,.'-.,,,i
Timber Notice
J. G. CUMMINGS
Take in.li.i* thut lliirty <!.iys ntterdutf
1 Intend to-apply to the Yhii-f CommlB-1
trsittsh,::.;;i.";::^'\,;.j::™!provincial land surveyor
ittv.iv Umber Iron. .In* followbu- tloacrlb.
0.1 lnmla In South Eusl Kootenuy:
JSKT^Vff-mir^ FORT STEELE
-u's Umber limit ou the .est .lite of I	
Kootenuy river about two mile, south
0!Klk Month, thence north s:. chains ui    c    mi im\
mora or lea. to the *-..,>> t, boundary al W.  r. UURD,
II. 11.  Ilopktn'! timber limit, then	
weat seveniyltve ami   third chain., I
thence smuli  s.*i chalna in iln- north
boundary ..I I'. II,,sioivbim.'« llmbei
limit, il »*.. mst acventvllvu und one
third chulua tn the plnce ul beglnuim,,
t-utllllitlill!.' lllllll.'II-- llliilt-ul   l<---.
Dated in I'mubrook, ll. f. tin* Iflih,
dny of .\.ij.ii-t mu:'..
I'. I.. XA1SMITII,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
ClUNDROOK,   I1KIT1SI1   COLUMBIA
Timber Notice
DR. F. E. KINO,
DENTIST
.lllll'
IFICIt HOURS:
I' 10  III 14   III.
1   In li |l   III.
' In ft 1>   III.
Tnko notice llml llilrly day. a
im 1 In limit*.-1.. iln*.'tu.*1 r d,
i .'I l.iui,l-iii„l IVnrka 111  Vlt-lnrlii
"I-1. "lHH--.ll li. .,• n,  ,,i  ,-,„,-
.tiny lunlii-i li Iiofnllon lllir ilncril:
'il Inml*. ill S4.11,li l-lnat K Ilny:
1'.iiNiiii-in iiia ni  n  1 1   idium-d  111]
■'•"■" »"-'"■ Ml" "'"'"' «*  '" <i. H. THOni'SON
CIMNIIWIOk, II. C,
Illl
ell.
ulli
nt iln. I Iiiimi
ml tn ilu-lullilli'. It-
' I-i"., it'nii.l
i    ,11011    4||S|I 111--    I
11I4III..II 11  I III
rrii.itt-oiili.--
l.ll-lllll-il 111 III
.**********.♦,,,,,,,,,, ,S
Have You Any Palatini! >o ■"■' Uone?
Do Any uf Yoar Ruiims Need Papering?
IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
Estimates -tivi-n mi lnrgo t'tni-
trncts, Wu ilun'l want the
i-nrtli. Wi- wnnt tu plousu
um with tin* work nnil ri'i-i'ivu
rt-nsiili.-ilili' puy,
Royal ttutel. Craabrook
9
Timber Notice
Tako notice that thirty ilnya after
iluit-wi- Intend lo npply to the Chief
Commissioner of Uinls .mil Winks, nt
Victoria, I'nrn sjii'i'iul license loont uml
carry a uv Umber from ilu* following
described lands in South Kust Kootenny:
I. I'minnrtii-iui* ut it pnst plantednottr
tin- southwest corner nf l,.it i-.-is-J, tuul
iiliinit til chains wesl nl Int :'»)4 --roup 1,
thenco north 80 ehnius | thenco .vest su
chnlns; thonco south sn chains; thenee
cast sii olmtna to lhe place nf beghilng,
COIlt.llnl.lg Ul" m-ll'S limit* nr Irss.
*.'. Cnminctii'lng ut ii pnst planted
ni'iir tlie northwest cornor nf A. K,
Wall's pre-emption Nu. 777. thenee
wostROcliniila;'thcnco iitirtli 80 cliulns;
thonco oast RO chains j theuce aoutli su
chains tu tin- plnce nf bpglnlngi con-
tnlning tun acres moro or less.
Datnl nl Cnuibrook, tin- 25th, duv uf
August llnr.'.
iil'  IViittsburg l.iunlii-i- Company, Ltd,
OERTIFIOATK OK IMPROVEMENTS
MINERAL ACT
NOTICE
"Dlackwalcb",  "Dlackwator",  "Main-
chlto & "Kiin" ininorti! oltihns,
Sltuatod in tin* Knit Steele mlniiit- ilivis-
inu    nf   Kust    Kootenuy district.
Where located: Ou the St. M-uys
river, on the oust Bide, above tin*
eolith fork ford.
Tako notico Uml I, Francis .1. O'Reilly
uf Nolson,   11. C, ns ugont fm- Henry
Uroughton Thomson, free minors' cortf-
Ileal.- Nu.   II 7IHSII,  iiilt||l, sixty duys
[torn tho date hereof, to upply In the
mining recorder fur n-rtiljriiit's uf Im-
piuvi-iiit'tiis, fm-tlie purpose nf obtaining crown *.'t*:uus nf tin; above claims.
Ami fiutlii-i- tukti notico tiiut action,
under sootlon 37, nnisi Im rommonceil
bofore tlio issuance ui Btii'lt cortlflcntes
nf improvements,
Dated ibis 1st day ol July, A. I). 1110:1.
•Jil        Kli.tM'ls .1. o'llKH.I.Y.
Timter Notiee.
Tako notico ihut thirty duys alter
dale I Intoiul toapply lu the Chief Commissioner of Limits and Winks ut Victoria, fm' a spi-i-itil license in cut tuul
carry away timber from Uu* following
described luiids in Honth East Kootonny :
Commencing at it post planted ul tliu
northwest cornor of l.ut mil, tit-imp niu-,
Ihonco westm chnlns, Ihenco north W
chnlns, thenco west uu chains, Ihenco
smuli sii elinins, thonco east mn rlinins.
Uii-ni-i- nuilli -iu ,-lniiii- iiiiiu' i.liii (bo-
gin nine containing IllOaoros moro or loss,
I'an- nt Cranbrook, ilm I'nli, duy uf
lugusl ll-Htl,
ti A, Mlll'K.lT.
Timber Notice
Tuke iiiiiii-i- thut thirty days after
ilnti-1 Intoiul tonmily lo tho Clilof Commissioner of Lumis und Wmks ut Vic-
tiitiu, fm- a spi'i-inl license lu rut uud
carry limber Irom Uu- billowing descrlb*
i*il liimls in South Kusi Koototuy:
Commencing ut u post pltinted 10
eliuiiis smith nf tin* northeast corner
postof D, Smith's timlier limit, thenco
eust lull chains, thence south *|ll ehuins,
thenco west ino chains, thonce north 40
chnlns to tho place nf beginning, containing nil) noros moro in- less.
Hiili-iliit I'liinlirnnk, Um 15th, ilny nf
August 1003,
:':' I-'. l-ioi.l'.MAX.
IN THE MATTER OK Till'. ESTATE
01''JOHN K. VANIH'SKN,  LATE
OF FRANK, ALBERTA, DECEASED.
Notice is lioreby given Unit  tenders
will lie received fiir tin. purchase of Lot
Illl Illiit-k 111, Criinbrook, tin which there
■ei-ti-il a sniiili frame dwelling house.
'I'
iilituiiiii* uiu
Barrister, Solicitor,
l.nt inn. i
i-lutilis, llii-ui-i-  wesl   SI
nmlh 80 chilli's, .I ,
lullii' pin f l-o__.ll,	
""™.XTcn.tok,A.,gn.l Uth, ,1 N"lar.V   VMk-
--' W. t'ul| >.    I Stilhiltir Iur Ihc Imperial Hani ol Canada
Tile Colonial Investment and l.nan Comp.a*
Cranbrook, 11. C.
Timter Notice
Take notiee lhat tlilrlvilavaafter dtttu  ~
1 Intentl tn upply in iho"Chlel Cinumls.
siiiiu-i-nt'Lumis nud works ut Victoilii,
(ut* ll   spocilll   licellSU   In  .ill   uml nu IV
away tlmbor from ilu* fulluwliig descrlli.
4'.1 lands in Smuli Kust Kouiunnvi
Comineiielng ul u posl pluulnl l'ii
chains west of tin- iii.iiln.nsi i-oruor ol
K. It. Kennedy's timber I mil mi thu
wi'st si-It' uf Kootenuy rlvor til-mil two
uml mn* Imli miles south ni Klk Month,
thonco ninth tu chains, llience west luu
chains, thenco south in rhulna, thonco
east niu chains to placo ,.i beginning,
containing IMO ncres more or less,
liiiii'.l iu Craubrook, Un* l.-.ili Muv nf
illlgllSt lllllll.
'-'-' F. II. NKWIIKIIN.
JAMES QREER
Contractor
and Builder  **
All work guaraateeil.   See as belore
you build.   II will pay you.
Timhr Notice
■ditlt.
Tnko notice Unit Ihirtv ilnys u
I liilond tniipplv in iho Chief I
slonor of Liimls uml Works nl Vlctorln
im- u specltil license in cm uml carry
Umbo.- from Um following described
lands, iu South Kust Kootcnu*,:
Coniinem-I.ig ul u post I'.lnnled HO
chains wesl ul It. Trltoa sonthwosl
comer post mi the west side of Hold
i-i-i'i'k. iiliuiti seven miles from its mouth
thonco south 10 chnlns, thenc. oust luu
chains, thence north Jit chnlns, Ihonco
west luu .-Iiuiii.- in tlm (ilnco ol begin,
nin*:, contninlng ii-Ui ncres more or less.
Ilnted ut Cnuibrook, Uu* 16th duv nl
Auuust lno:i.
^-' W. 11AHDY.
Timber Notice
Notice la li.folu-given tint ttiiliiii iliii-lj
dujaO. .'. lliim-iir will npiilj- in Ilia ('III.
1'iiiiiiiii.siiiiii'i'ul l.iui a unit IVoika, Vlt-lniiti
Ini- I't-i-Kii.siiiti tn nu nml i-iu-i-.v niiny tiiiiti.-i
fi-iiiii I ln< folloilliiB ili'si-i'ilii il lumls in Sinn li
l-Jllat him il.t:
I'liiiiiniiii-iii-i nm. mill, iust nml iiuui.v
i-liulna nmtli nl Hiii iiiiiitiivi'dt  ciii-ni'i' 4.1
till tlllll'l's   lilllln-l-   |ii|.|i-|.   ml      Pllllllll    Hull
creek (hit 11108) ll ..'Hi il,-s it-rat, Imli
a uiili-smitli. Inn iiijli-si-n.i uml linlt ii  I
iititili in place ot lifiglnntng.
ll.ltt'il.llll.V -'ni l, lliuu. -JJ
Timber Notice
Tuke nuliiv Uml thirty duys nftoi
.lute, I Intentl in apply to Um Chlel
Commissioner of Lumls uml Wmks nt
Victoria, for a, special tlmbor license tu
cut und carry tiinln'1* from tlu* following
described luuds in Sooth Kust Koolenay :
Commencing nl u pnst planted one
mllo wi-st of the norlhciisl corner of Lol
329 ll roup one, tlieneo .vest 120 chains,
thenco north 110 chains, thonco ensl 21
i-liitins, thence south to rlinins, thence
east 30 chains, thenco south -lo chains,
thence east 70 chains, llience south ilu
chnlns to the plui-i. of beginning] con*
taining ti-10 m'tt's more in* less.
Hated ul I'rmilinink, tho Kith, duv nf
August llllll,
'22 K.   HOME,
Cranbrook, B C
Surveys.,	
Land Purchases,
Pre-Emptions,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract.
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P.L.S.
P. 0. Fort Steele, B. C.
««*«*##*♦♦*♦*♦*•>♦♦.♦*♦#*#*(.
|  John Ellenberg,
] The SHOEMAKER
J      INREAROF WENTWORTH HOIEL
I Pioneer in the business and ♦
I. his work always ranks with -»
i the best.    Call and see him. S
J Repairing boots oi all descrip- *
J tiops, from a cork sole to a #
« lady's finest slipper. '*,
« »,.„„„„,„„„„,„ »
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   Alt kinds
uf repairing,   (iivc me a call.
liast Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes,   iVor,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   Thc most
Economical wy to handle it.
DNS. KING & GREEN}
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ofllee il residence, Arnslronx Ave.
OFFICE HOURS:
Forenoon**,   •   •   ■   •   V-JO lo II
Alternoooi   •   •   •   •   l:30lo-J:-10
EveoiB|i   ■   •   •   •    7.30 lo 8:30
CR A."BROOK,    :   : :    P. C
Timber Notic z
NotiiTiHli.'ii'li.v fivpii Hint ivtlliin tlilrtj-
iliij'B.luH, Hill »ill npply Ln tin-I'liii-I Colli'
mlBHionnr uf LhiiiIn tuiil Ifurki*. Viriuriti, fur
purmliwloii hi cut mul furry luvny llntlior
from Hie follonlitg lii hfiilii'tl laiuld in Koiltli
HhM Koot) nii'i:
Cniiimi'iinlii'j; ntiu mllo wpat nnil twenty
ulialna coiilli uf tin- iuiitlnM'fi cornet' nf
Hi,'i r'n   (imli.-r  IU'him'   mi    I'llltllli   Itob
t'rri'k. tlii-iH't' livn iiiil-'M ivi'-l, hilf ti mile
Bouth, two mt't'H pithl nml half 11 mill' notlli
tu -ilni'i'iif Imui mil n tr,
Dnli'i] .Inly liUili. |;m:i. -Jl
Land Notice
N.iiif,. in lii'h'ii.v glveti llml im tln.vHiifii'1
iliitf I inl I tu ii|i|ily Mi tin' I'ltii'f I'i'NiiniK
Dinner l)| I.iiihIh iitnl ivnikl nl Virluiin Inr
|n'Tniit-H'iiii tu miit'liiiM- llic follnwlHB ■h''*-
riil.,-1 Inml Lu Bi Kim! Ko miji
liilllllll'llriliU ill ll pOHt plllllleil oil III'' Willi
■Ida nf a 1'iwk ititiiilnglnto Ilm nun li fork of
M'.-1n'l ni-i-k. iiliinit. Ilinu mul il hull IlllleH
UOrlll   nf  Ilm   inli'i'.-MlM f   Hit Hi
lioiitiil.uy nf Im   i.'iks. m,.,i|i i, ivlili Hm
Kind i."nil lurk uf Mieliel creek, Ilmi ith
NO rim w,  llii'i 'iint  Nl)  i-lmiiiH,  llu'iin*
boh til SO elm I mm, il 'c weal no chulua hi
itiu |ilni*f nf linjjliilili ft, coiltulnliiK 010 uirm
more nrleaa,
■j:t
M.M.'IntioH,
fKUTIPlCATI'-J     OF     IMIMOVIJ.MENrS
MINKItU, ACT
NiiTICl*:.
'■Kmeintil", nml "Plincnlx", mineral ilu ini".
Sit unlet I tu ilm Fort Htwlo mining illvWon
nf  Euat  Kootenoy    illatriet.     Wliim
IntMtfil: On ih'St, Mnryailvi'i*.
Tnke notiee that I. a. It. Iley|itnd nl KhhId
B. U , na n«ont fnr M. .1. Ilnipin. fnw mil era*
oertlfleateNo, R OOaOu liilfnd, i-ixt.v dnya
It Olil Ihciiiiti'liiivnr, Innptily tn the iniii'tij;
rdi'rfnrci'iiiii.'nlcuf Improvomrnta, for
Timber Notice
Ttikt' notice  tlmt   Ihirtv  dnva ufti'i*
date 1 Intentl to npply tu the Chief Coin-
niissiniii'i'of I-uiuIh ami Works nt Vie
tovln tor n special llcetiBO tn rut uiul
carry nwny timber from thf full owing
described lands iu South Kust Kuote
uny:
Commencing ut a post planted at ,1
Leo I'l'iiwirkV Boutnenst corner post on
tin- oust hunk nf (iold Creek, thence
smith luo i'lmins. thence wi-st 4U cliains,
thonce north 100 chaiiiB, thence east 4i)
chains to the place of beginning] c
tninhigiMO acres more or less,
Dated nt Cranbi'ook, thin loth duv
August l.io:i.
:"-■ .1. K. I.KT1IHK1IMS1-
Timber Notice
Notice ta lioroby given thnt within tldity
dnyaJna, QIM will apply in ihc t'liitf I'oui*
miaa'onerol Unudaauit WorkH, Vlctorln, fm*
neriniaalun to ini nml curry nwny timber
irniii tkeloltowiugilisciihi-il landa in Rontli
Baal Kuutfiiiiy;
L'omiaeaclng one mile wat und twenty
ehuins ninth of lhe north weat cnim-r ul
Itivmtit'r'n iimli, i- lirniHc on Plumb Boll
ert-ek. tllCDce Iwu miles west, liulf u mile
niniil, two miloaeuat, hull a mile south to
plain ot beginning,
l-uh-il .Inly UOth, 1000. '3$
Timber Notice
Notico la hereby given thnt within thirty
duys If. II. McVittie will apply tu iln* Chief
I'nuimihi-.iiint-r uf Lmiila nml Wnrks, Vic.torin
Iur pi-TiuMim in cut nml curry uwuy Umber
Irom the following described lnmla iu Snutli
Kust KoDteiiu*,'
Comuieneiug one mile weal anilalitycha!
aouth nl the nuriiiwest* enrner of Bremunr'a
timber llecuae ou I'iumh Huh creek, thenee
twu miles Hint, hnllu mile south, two mil. m
enst and bulla tulle north to place of hcKiu-
ning
Dated July 30th, 1003, -J2
Timber Notice
Noli-e is hii'i'liy given that within thirty
•Jnys (I. ('. Blggnr will apply to the Chief
Comnilmloiier ol Lauds anil Works. Victoria
for |iuriniaa|oil to rot mid enrry uwuy HroluT
from thufnl'owingdescribed hinds in Snutli
Kust Kootenayi
Commencing twenty ehuins north of (lis
northwest enrtter of Bromner's timlier llmnse
on I'liiuib llohileek (Lot llll>N) theiiee went
it mile, hi i ii tii ii mile, cunt u mile und uorl h u
mile to place ol beginning.
I I .Inly uutli, lima. 93
Notice.
Nuliee if lirn-l.y **iii'iitliiil Hiri"tniiulhanl
ler t lu* ilmi* iii'i nil nn iipitliniili.il will ha made
hi the   l.ieiiti lllllll   UliV '  III   Vleloiiillu
IllinilgO Hie Hume of I lie Kmille Kiiinli, r Cum
puny, Limited, lo "dl, Mury's Itlver Lumlwr
Compuny, Limited,"
Hi hn Ctiiiitirnok, It. ('.. Ihli4lh day of
July, MIUU,
W. IMiimii.
lit H.liiiiorforthe Applieunli
Timber Notice
Take notice thut thirty tlnya after
.luti' l inti'tiil to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands nud Works uf Victoria for n special tiinbor I cense to rut
uiul carry away tlmbor Irom the following described lands in South Kust
Kootenay:
(1) Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner oi i*\ Colpman'a
timber limit, thonce aouth along the
ouat lino of said limit, 100 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence north Hit)
cliains, thence west 40 chains to the
place of beginning, containing H40 acres
more or Ices.
(*J) Commencing at n poat planted 40
ehuins north of.I. II. Kim wick's southwest corner post on tho west side of
(iold Creek, thence west SO chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
bains, theuce south so chains to the
forms will be caBh, payable upon thc  the pur] • of obtaining crown grniUa ol
inmplolion of the Kile.   Tenders muy ho  tlmnhovn il.iiuia.
left with W.F. Gurd, solicitor for the1   And Mrthor take nol-h-e that not on, under, .... ...
tmdersigtied   Baker atreel   Cranbrook,  siotlonilT, lanat hu commeuroil lu4ore the place of beginning, containing 040 acres
and will lie received up tu the third ilay   Isauaneo <-r filch   icrtlHeates of improve- more.or leas,
f September 1003 nienM. |    Dateti at Crnnl rook, IBlh, ol August
,1. P. ABMSTRONU,       I    Dated ll.t»3( ih day of Anmu-i. A n. ldo:t   KiO.I.
•^ iiilieiul Admlnlsti'iiloi', i>.*t a. It, llejhuid, Aynt,   | *• t>. M*,\ IN.
CHARLES P. CAMPBELL,
Undertaking: And
Embalming
Grndunte of Champion college of   U. S
Oflice nud store, Aiken block,
near Cntindian l.nuk of Commerce, Cruubrook, B, C.
Upholstering and Ocneral Furniture Repalrlig*
Will attend to auy work in tbe district
Agent lor the Brandon Marble and (iranlle
Woik-i.   Tombstones, Headstones etc
Perry & Fitzgerald
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
If you want your hauling;
done promptly and right, give
me a call.
Sole Agents in Cranbrook for
QALT COAL
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Land Notice.
Not ire ia lioreby given thai sixty iluvs
altar date I Intcml io npply to ilm Chlel
Commissioner nl lumls nnd works for per*
mission io pitrchnae m.v pre-emption* NoSfiH,
commencing ut tho .8, \V.enrnerotHd, Walt's
Imui. thereon Ko'i'imiiiM north, ihoroon io
chalna went, thor 89 chnlns south, thereon i" chalna to point of commencement,
i nm niniii)* .'i viii acres,
•33 Hinni'ii. f. I. Armslrong.
Cranbrook, Angusl 10th, I0OH,
TICKETS
TO AND FROM ALL
POINTS EAST
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT  LINE  |l
St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis,
Chicago and points east
1 liriiiiuli l'jil;ii-i- iiiiii -liiinlst Sli-epera
ntttlii*. ami llntlel Hmnkllllt Library Cars
DA1LV TRAINS:  FAST TIME:   SERVICE
AND SCENERY UNElUALLEO
For Mate,, Pottlera uiul i-'nn .nforiaa lot.
call ua ur itiltlres,,
H. T. LANDECK, Agent,
Uatcway.
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
Q. W. P. A., Seattle, Wash. THE   CRAUBBOOK   IIKl(Al.l)
REID'S STORE NEWS
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* Onr new fall goods are Btondily pouring in trom east aud m-st. ♦
1 < Inr -Wi-i-kly Store Nows" will k.vp you lawful to date. »
I LADIES* SECTION |
J        lll.()VKS--.Vli.rp*.*:ni.;-.-til'l!i ].-1.1:>t.-tl Peiving's gloves, ;J
« "The  Venuziauu" glove, - tlm.-.silk  Iin* I. in  grey nud  uud »
t inodesi this will be n l.wlor nt $2.00   Also the "Ascot" nt Sl.'iO, 8
S nml llio "Albertine" nl $1.85, :J
|        CUSHION   TOPS   Tnwstry   uml   or.iumi'iilul   iiisliim  *
'■'  :... *..4v.t..      B,,,mtif„l ,.„8!,.„| ,'i.Hirn,.: snti-eus. i-onls. »
M Bqunres, si/.,- :l\_:
JJ v.*l\i*tii-iis .nui forms tn iiinti.li.
TAMBOUR LAWN N'( iVI-XTI l-'.S   s, r wim
ni-.N'S  .SECTION
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J NI-'.W STII-'I' HATS    ,\ sliipilHMil of tit.- it."   Li I
J   just in in In- east,
* Sl,ATI-ill Sll.iKS    A   |ini ,,1
J I': nm "Si.atkii Sinn: nm Mbn" Iii
| fur Htyli-N.
fill      .-l---.il Hi     Of  till
riii.l: .a*,*  ..ii. u-illllov,
Reid & Company        |
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'* Quality Rules the Price
<fe <t>,
X Tlu-re is no Hour mado thai surpnsseB Ogilvu's Hiitigni-lnn. X
JT Vou can always depend on your bread being good if you nse a
B OgilWe's.   We linn.ll.- no other. T
| Q. T. ROGERS |
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| Cosmopolitan Hotel I
| Cranbrook, B. C. |
!f      J. R. Downes, Proprietor       f
I I
«$> Firstclass House, Centrally Situated •*
IS *
jfi Commodious, Well Lighted Sample $
I Rooms -f
ie* Hi
pearl ^cvvclrv
A word lo
THE WISE
is
sufficient
A p.*.*it*l lii*...n*!i nr it pearl nnil dinmontl
nlwnvs n .velcoine nddition ton lady's
Jewel Casket
m jf. Sate
tSfflclal muatcb Inopcctor
u, p. *,;.. stows Meat vi.
CbC 3CWClet*      vloton
ummw^meamv**\vmmmmmmmmmmw^mKmm.m
mMMmwmiiiEEmmimmniEmm\
Get that Spring Suit
Leask & Henderson's
Tho goods \*. ill suit you
8*1
s    The « ut will suit von
ff
tj'   The making will suit you
The priC-0 w ill suit you
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I        HARRIS & JOLLIFFE        i
!meat market!
| ARMSTRONG AVENUE |
|        Prime Spring Lamb and Veal        |
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When you visit Cranbrook stop at the        _\
ROYAL HOTEL
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{,':,} None Uettur In the District jo
12 Rates Si antl up.   Short Orders and Oysters jB
Mjj served in any style from 8 p. m. to 6 a. tn. JN
Wi The table is the best, thc rooms are unsurpassed for clean- B
Sgj liness and comfort and the bar is supplied with the best brands W
_£_ of liquors and cigars. -Si
~ L. B. VANDECAR. Prop. g
GO CARTS
POR THE  BAUV
FINE SIDEBOARDS
CHINA BUFFETS
EXTENSION TABLES
DIN I Mi   CHAIRS
THI: CHILDKEN'S ClINCCKT
Dr. (iiirdtin.of Pha-nix,  wns in
tuwn list week. ' 	
l{, ii. JeuningB   came   in   I'n mi II Will bo liivcn Frid.y Niiihi at Went
Per.-)-Creek Saturday. „,,,, Ha)|
A. Sheridan, of Elko, came dow
MAIL  ORDERS   PROMPTLY  SHIPPED
5 CRANBROOK     VIEWS f
Arrangements have  been eom-l if *■»,__ *e
t0 •"»•"* mm* pleted for the ehildreu's concert    3 When you come to lown call and *
COSY COUCHES
BED LOUNOES
EASY CHAIRS
FANCY TABLES
THE MACCONNELL
FURNITURE   CO.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About the Cily  by  Askin-j
Oucsiinns of Many  People.
!-*,
titlking  ii
IKl'lHil'.-ltltlll
1   time  on
l'r,-p.-i:v   for   11
M lay.
X.l*. McKinstry, of Mnrysville,
wns in tuwn Satunlny.
Erulo lirtiwn ri-turiii'd Monday
I'l-itui his trip in Winnipeg.
Mux Mt-Swi-yn. Ilu- iiisiit-itut-i-
ngeiiti was in tuwn this week.
A. B. Fenwick, of Kurt Steele,
was n Crnnbrook visitor Monday,
No court of revision wus lu-ltl in
tin* Femio district us there were
nu protests.
W. F. liunl nppenretl before tho
court of revision ut Fort Steelo
Inst Monday.
Dun McXoisli. the well known
pioneer, of Fort Steele, wns in
town Monday,
Mrs. Jonas -Tones, uf Pincher
Creek, wns a nii<*st nl the Craubrook hotel Monday.
George Muokoy, C, P. li. operator here, left for Port Arthur,
Out., ou Sunilny lust.
Mr. Lawrence, the well known
Nelson hardware tnnn, wus in town
Bovernl days this week.
.Mrs. V. Hyde Baker will leave
nexl week for an extended visit to
her olil hiiitii- in England,
Mrs. .1.11. Duwncs is expected
to i- turn from England noxt week,
necunipunicd by her dnugliters.
(i. II. Thompson and W.Campbell visited Fori Steele last Mon-
day lo attend the court of revision,
The Main street should be
cleaned up for Monday, Lei every
business man clean up in front of
his door Snturdny.
R. VV. Elliott, of Moyie, former-
ly umungerof the Moyie Lumber
company, is now malinger of tlii-
Li-ask & Slater plant.
A letter to The Herald from Mr.
Cnrron, of the North Star mine,
states llml tlit<\ lmvi. secured a
teacher anil the school is now pro-
gressing nicely.
Frank Murphy lefl Mondny for
Winnipeg to altt-iul St.  Boniface
s.*l I.    Prank is a young Ind thnl
his parents can well lie proud of.
as In- pussi'ssis tin- characteristics
thai make gootl men,
George Wales, tlm Yankee phi-
lospher of I'rows Nest, wus in town
Snturdny. l-'t-tv im-u huvc more
-in.-iii-   friends llinn  Mr.  Wales.
anil wlicu li mo8  tu  I'ranltrttuk
Uiobo friends an- always pleased tu
sec him,
M. I'hilipps. of ilu- Boundary,
was in town Monday, lit- snys
llml the crops nre gtaal in thnt.
si-el ion this yeur. The bridge over
tin- Elk river is still iu the course
of construction, nud the farmers
an- compelled to ford the Elk,
which is exceedingly dangerous,
G, W. Patmore, well known in
Cranbrook uud litis district the
pnst few yenrs while iu charge of
Ilu. plumbing nud tinsmithing for
G.H. Miner nnd J. I). McBride,
hits engaged in business for himself and will soon be established in
thc Gilpin block. Those desiring
wurk iu his line will receive prompt
attention, He will do the work
himself and that is u guarantee
that it will lit. well done. If you
un* going to build, or want to put
in baths, or want, plumbing fixtures, see him und get. un estimate
on Ilie eusl.   It will pay you.
necessary purchasei.
M re. Jackson, of Nelsou. visitetl
her daughter Mrs. S. .1 ■ Morrow.
Bevera] days ihis week.
Mrs. II Kershaw ami daughter,
..I Fort Steele, were tisitiiiL: Cranbrook friends llii*- Week.
liililri-n's concert
which will la* given Friday eveu-
mn. It shouldprove u very interesting entertainment, and fartheraiore
sin .uld I.- well attended. Follow.
ine is th.- program:
1't.urua It.-iii- I'uii.iil
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When you come to lown call and
see the chinaware with Cranbrook
views. A great novelty and a line
souvenir.
jg Beattie, the Druggist and Stationer
«iiH.it. n
Tii
i-iii.-
.1.-imi.- Iti.-lianl. lt.fi   Mon-j I'i*""
day f..r Elko, to take charge of th,- !-,„..,
Mi.
f.
. I,■...1 tin
this season,
Mi-   iiln.r  Burge,  ..I   Perry
I'r.-. k. leuvi-B I..-.la,,   for   Klllispell,
Mon.. I., ti-ii her daughter, j''"""
Tbere  will Imi big   crowd  in '•""'
Cmubruol  M lay.    II.- sun- ,„„„
nml It.- Inn-In. nji.t Iln- fun.
ni Iti.-ltitnl.
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-I.     1.4,1,11   4,11,1   H.II.-  Ml i:,|4.44-4 4,
>>4 HI III'. Sit, ll.,
1     Ml >.
-utu1 'Rural Kant
lltiiili* Mill	
llul,- It-1.imi tii,. I  M...-.I I'm
III  1 -.ur  I.UI,. lint,       [.'nan,
llllll ..     Hi4,ri4,- 1,1  III.' I III.,14,
ItiLMi- lliiiin
ul .Mia,
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Mis II li McMillan nuddaugli.
ti*. iiliini.il to Cowle) Moinln.
after a pleiisiinl visil a-itli Cruubrook frieiuls
Tat** tin- jeweler ttili receivo a
nicely assorted sim-k ol Bterling
silverwure and cul elass in a week
or ton days.
ilr. Stewart, Inspector of scliools
visittnl Crnnbrook lust week uud
talked wiih many of the people
regarding tlie local situation.
Delegates from tin- dilfereitl
labor unions of tlio district held ti
convention al Wanlner last Tuesday to discuss muld-is of interest
to the order.
Tin- open meeting of the
Wonit'iis'   .Mission   circle   of the
Baptist   church   at uticed    for
Friday Sept. -It!,  has been  [aist-
poued until Sept. lilli.
W. .1. Henderson returned insl
week from Vnncouver, where he
wns calli-il by tin- severe illness of
his wife, He reports her condition
much improved,
Miss Li-xio MeEenehem returned from Lethbridge on Tuesday
last, nfter spending n month with
relatives. Her health has improved wonderfully during her stay.
Wanted Bushmen and general
sawmill help. Wages S--iU.(K) mill
up, stouilv work.
(I. H. Gilpin.
Morrissey, B.C.
('has. 1'. Campbell has purchased the l..t nexl to tin- Caiiudiau
hotel ami is erecting a lurge building on it to be rented as a bowling
alley und shooting gallery. He
intends to hnve it open Monday,
labor dny,
Mr. .Vilnius, who lias a ranch
iioar MurysY'illo,broilgllt in,a sample
of onts Inst week that is muterinl
evidence of what cnn be done in
this clhnntc, Tin- stalks were over
il feel high ami tin- heads well developed. Tin- linnnn belt is nil
rigid forngriculturul developement.
Prof. .T. F. C, Wells, of Columbia university of Now York, spent
a couple of weeks visiting his
friend. Superintend Taylor, of the
C. I', li. Mr. Wells 'visited this
district three years ago. uud this
yenr hns visited portions of West
Koolenay. Tuesday evening Mr,
Taylor hnd a number of gentlemen
in to dinner to meel the gentleman,
Mr. Cock left Inst Saturday for
Winnipeg, where he goes to oiK-
einte ns best ttiuii nt the wedding
of Mr. II. Haines, former miuinger
of the Canadian Bunk of Commerce, iu this town, nml Miss Wut-
aon. of Fiirt Steele. Mr. Haines
is now malinger of the Tri-liern.
Mnn.. branch of the bunk.
Liplon's been trying to win n nice
But Ilu- Ynnki-i-'s set him too fast
u pneo
St. he
Lost anil he swi-iu-h thnl   the  next
time he'll see
That his crew drink nothing but
I I.T. K. ten
It's a winner,  it  cheers  uud is
strictly T. T.
That's .\I.-.
Albert bunks saw II. W. Barnes,
the erstwhile poobah of South
East Kootenay, when he wns in
Nebraska u few weeks ago. Mr.
Barnes, according to Mr. Bunks,
has mude some material changes
in his domestic relations, under
the laws of the United Stntes. He
is now looking for a locution for a
booze joint in one of the Western
States and tins censed to long for
the ties!, puis of South Kust Koote
nny.
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I ii, 11 niiii nln!   ".Mnii-liiii-.. -|-|iiiiii<iliiii-i,i<iiu"
t'lial'll*. M, him-.
I.i- il iii.,ii ".li la lloiiiti'« Si.ti-i'. W...I-
II.* itTnji i* tiling"
I'uiiiii Itii.t ' Tlm Mui-klli). Uiul''
Itii-ii- I.4HII ilt'tiullii* lima r
I'n.-i "IVl.lala.rlagll.*****"
Klll-I Illl.,444,l KtlllliMi'iNaifl
laalriliintnl "Sllvw Iln nil Man-I."
tllli.ll    M- I II144'41
Iln*,lllllliil "A-Una .Mulini"
llii,*,-., UaUir*.
[llatn iiiiii "l*'iii'-.i't-Mi..Niit"
HI In l.i-ili-1,
ilii.iii.- "i'nniiilu, l,aail »f Ilia Mania I'm."
Illll.ll. 44
SOotlSiiva llio Kln«
Admission oil cents, children 25
cents.
Lodge Officers.
The following nn- Ilu- appointive
officers for the I. (). I). F. lodge
for the ensuing year:
If. Parsons, W.
A. Vroom, C,
P. Matliisoti, 0, G,
•las. (liver. 1.(1.
.1. Fink. R.S.N. (I.
E. Brown, L. S. N. (I.
A. Shelton. R.S.V.G.
.(. Bellinger, L. S. V. (i.
W. Rose. R. L. S.
W. Henderson, L. S. S.
H. Pinker. Chaplain.
Stock Quotations,
Furnished by Beale, Hutchison
& Elwell, brokers, Crnnbrook B. C.
(|i/4
N.irlli   Slut*	
Snlliviiii	
St. Hub  41.
Pay...'  *Jn
Wm* Gagla i- Iitluiwl  1.-,
I'ny   Hull ' 1
AtaoHcan Boy  T,
tiiiiriiini-i  m
Cra.raNoatCt.al t'llO.OI)
St. Kngana Ut:. Minna  in
Cnn. Oil nml Coal Mini'" l.t.l  Illi
Allmrtu I'linl iiinll'iiki.  f'l.no
Kust l-riniH Si'.l I'uiil  7.1
t'liiiiiiliiin .Inlil Pli Illl  514
Arnold & Roberts,
Real Estate and Commission Agents.
Houses for Rent or Sale.
For Sale
House, Bnker Hill.
House, llnuson Avenue.
House. Armstrong Avenue.
Store. 2-storey bldg Armstrong nv.
Mineral claim, within few miles of
Cruubrook. house un.l 2 lots. l-'-lUO
For Rent.
House on  Bnker Hill. Sll) month.
Cottnge oil' Buker Street. S7.
Houses for rent or sale nre inserted in this list free of charge upon application,
*.****************,******$***
V A. I., ricllcrmut A. C. Bowness A
"^ MeDERMOT (EL BOWNESS.            A
H Wholesule   Wine   and   Spirit  Merchants
■ ScmitiBeer               The Highest Brands        rTb* Largctt and
T Ei,                          "I SCOTCH and             ' f"'   •.ssanattm A
■itt. ,, ,       .■                  IPKH    WHKC.cc          olDomeile         Y
!▼ tiiiiiiiH* ii Stout              iKlon    »nlSKItSS          | , il)uurJ              A
*V A completo slock ot Cigars, consisting of the              J*
V "Pharaoh," "LaPortuna," "Irving," "liar- A
tp ristcr," "Monument," "Hilda" and  others.
^ Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.                  Telephone 17
B Write for Prices.                                      CRANUKOOK, B. C. ^
^ Agents fur T. Lebel & Co., Hay and lirain.                 ?
C. W. PATMORE,
TINSMITH and PLUMBER
II. Gilpin building
.till  ,-arrv a
Especiidnt-
1 nm opening up a shop In part of lh,- (
nexl to Iln-  Miicconui'll   Furnitur npnuy, nt
stock of stoves, plmnbiiig goods and short metals
lentioii given 1-1 tin- jobbing trade. Will be rend;
(live me a cull ami gel tin- benefit of my exj .-ri. 1
f. w days
»*........
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**.*****-*s
PEARS, PEACHES,
PLUMS, BERRIES,
Arriving; Fresh Daily at
King riercantile Co.
* •
* •
t ♦
:i
* •
Not how big the suit is, j
but how well it is made! .
1
This is thc question that people are mostly interested in, and is •
the magnet that is drawing them to our store, to a live and mod- !
ern tailor shop, it's the store that saves you  money.   It's where J
you get value for you. dollars. ,
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH,
Cranbrook Block Cranbrook, B. C.  *
t
*>■*>••••+•*>-*>+++***>+•*>*>*>•
mwMmwmmww^w^^^^^^Mmw^^yi
HILL & CO.
HIGH GRADE CLOTHING
This is 1111 exnet cut »f a line of
Clothing wi- uro n^i-iits for. nml
tliis line cnu only be found in oue
stuiv in Crnnbrook. Hill it Co.'s
Miiinmotli clothing House,
Fur Sale.
The  -Thiiii-h Groor  houso.    It
will be sold nt a reasonable prico
and on sntisf.irtnry terms.    Apply
Hernld oftice,
THE WENTWORTH
OPERA
HOUSE IN
CONNECTION
A MODERN   HOTEL
IN A MODERN TOWN
ROLLINS & DICKINSON,     M
Proprietors, jgj
Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
.*®
Guests Comfort i Specially
(Iood Slablinj; In Connection
Ni'iircsl tn ruilniml and ilepot.    Tins acromiwulu-
tiuti-i for the* public iineijiinlU',1  in Cranbrook.
1!
ii
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t*
V.
Hot and Cold Baths
.♦*-»■<> •*>*>•• *>• ■*>*»•>-*>•,
JAMES  RYAN J *
 Proprietor       J J
*?*.-«
i P. Burns & Co
Markets
in all the
Principal
Towns in
British
(Columbia.
vse,**
A Wholesale and Retail
I Meat Merchants
0 Fresh and Cured Meats Fr*.sh
0\ Fish, Game and Poultry.
ffl ant*
A
0 Wc supply only the best.   Your
^ trade is solicited.
[ffl-liaSi^^liHil®i«3aiilSi*llSlll nn: oeanbbook  HKifAi.n
^sm*
flS(|6T.©R.BRAliO
~^&G''i     J^SKy -
MLSs CS5
^,«t'
Ont* C.4n of
Victor
Evaporated  Croom
will tell the story be*ter than
man*. »  rd -
Victor CreMti is billy
equal ... the richest fluid
4 re: :*i-
V-1 th. r'.-- nd compares
with It lor nil household
purposes. It is timpl} tl"-'
41114-si of Jersey Cream with
ARNOLD & ROBERTS, Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
fire, life ^7/ecsXeTAoentsRANCE and|LAND DEPARTMENT
ft STRAIGHT TIP TO INVESTORS    Doll'l
erevapoi
tied.
Mid b, C-.a4lt.tlalo44.44 Cond.n.l Kill
Cc.Ch,il.llili«". Pl.t.
:.til!«il inti. risl,v outside speculations which mny exist
■nl, iii the fertile imagination of iugenloiis promoters, Invosl your money righl here in I'i .ubraoi, Real
stute here is now on the hoom unci will give you u in ire f'..-••-.I.v:: id snr,' return for your money. We have
ievenil annis to offer. T- M- R03ERTS, Customs Broke.- and Notary Public
THE TWO BIG HOTELS
!
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Cuuadian Pacific- Railway eompiuiy control ti large urea ui' the
choicest furmiug and mnching lands in the Elk, Kootenay, Columbia
nml Sluiiiii valleys in Iht* Kootenny districl ami in thf Kettle rivi r ami
i Ikaungnii vulleys in tin* Boundary district. A Inn.:.' uinjority ol theso
lanils an* readily accessible I.v raitway.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
| SPOKANE, OCTOBER 5 to 13 |
*\ TIN! II    ANNUAL -J,
I INTERSTATE FAIR!
MORE   THAN   $30,000   IN   PREMIUMS %
MORRISSEY jMINHS, B. C.
€ Greatest Attractions and Biggest |
'$ Amusement Features Ever Secured |
I.,,,,,,,,,-,-,,,   IMIII'.IT-       -1'iti K -llttW        I'll PIT IMI It jfi
|   ^,U1\,^,fN,'lnfel':Ul'l'MI^T KISKAIIWIIWI.\Y €
# EIGHT   DAYS   RACING g
,,v, I,  ;„„ 1 BUS KXTRIIK.il Bill BVKXT KAl'll HAY gf
$10,000   IN     FUKSl-S g.
Down   Town   Street  Carnival   P.vcry   Nisht,   Vaudeville g
Specialties and High Class Circus. Feat .ires ^
% Special Cow Rates On All Railroads f
-C Conci-Hl.il Privilege, lor Sale.   Write tor Premium LUI     II. 0. Stlmmel, Sec. '^
I.O.O.F.     Key City Lo-Jru
Nn. r:. Meets every Mon-
_,jm   any mniit m tlnii- Imli mi
*■        [Inker slice*,    soJuiiiiii;j
(hiii I'ellowseontlultyluviteil,
,1 MiiiinIiir.
* »v*
W. V. t
Lraabroak Ln-tKC, Ntt. 3,
A. F. 4 A. M.
' - ''V^'r/''' V'*   1:,,i-'l,'"r ttl-tt-ltl'Utt "11 '!"'
IG^GG- \    """• '"""■•ii.'!'"'l""
fif"'*-    	
VlBll.n*. bnll.rcn tvelcoinnl,
M. A   r.l-Ail!, Si-,.',-.
PURE MILK
anil mn prepare!I in furni-h pun' milk in
new cuBtiimom, Lonvu your orders :it
onri*.   Oni'o mv customer, nlwiiya my
.1. LOUNSBURY.
Sill
POWER PLANTS
STfi.lW WATtR anil UASOLINE
ALSO OBNER.lt
Mill Machinery
W rile
.1. L. NKILSON & CO.
WINNIPEG, MAN.
II you wish to seo the finest hotel
dining room in East Koolen.iy
come lo .tncl stay al lhe
ALEXANDRA   HOTEL
STEPHENS EROS. <S CO., Props.
MORRLSSEY MINES, B. C.
THE AUSTRALIAN
H. L. STEPHENS. Prop.
MORRISSEY, B. C.
This is thc big hotel .it the function.
Everything comfortable. Il is the
place to stop.
Th.
-al.' .'11111.11111 nl' principal an.l iliti-r.-.i. except in tin' CIISK
■ Sli.tiU per acre, i*, .lit ided   int.. I.*n instiiiuieuts lis bIiowii
| I., tin- I:.I.I.- below; lit.- lirsl lu lie |»iitl al tin- li I [mrehiise, lli.- see
 I one year front date of nut-chase, the lliinl it-... yei.t-H. nud so on,
The following lable Blums tin* nmouiil of ll..- annual iiislaluieiils oil
inn acres ai .Iill'. ..nt |iric.tfl unili-i- iln- al.i.ii- lititnis:
lllll 110. ill $2.51) per lie. Isl instill Ill $ .V.l.'.'l.'.li-.|llal ilislal'lsol'S .'ill.llll
IHU a.-, al   11,00 (RTlie. Isl inslnliiuiil     TI.HH.IIii|illil inslid'tBuf 110,00
liltia,*..-it   11.50[k.|-ue, l.-t hisliiimenl     HII.HI,llcipiidlimlid'lsi.f 70.00
lilt) tie. nl   1.00 perae, I..I lustaliueul     IkVl-A. U i-i|iitil instiil'lsof WUKI
|l'.lla.*. at    fall-iti a.-. Isl initial ul    |()7.Hi>. Ucipltll iui.lal'1*. ..f '.mi"!
K10nc.nl   5.00 per nc. 1st liiBlidliieul   llll.H."i,llc.|iiiil limlid'ts.if ItlO.UO
bands under $i!.50 |.. mere are sold uu shurti i ti	
DISCOUNT FOR CASH
II laml Is |inlil for in lull al tin- tl .1 |>nri linae, a reduction from
llio price will Im nllowcd equal lu tin per cent un lhe m t paid in
...\cona of the usual cash Instill 1.    Inlereal at  **i\ |»-r ci nl will In-
cliiii-gcd tm overtlue iustnlnn utu
TOWN   LOTS
MORRISSEY ITEMS,
G onion will fill tho former position is thu lirsl t.. say, "Organhso I'm
mid Rev. T. C. C'olwell the latter. I work?" Religions or moral socle.
These rooms will tipi*.. uu Monday ties':'   We huvc ..niv gol in say tin
August illst, i tvovk shall In* d  an I that settles
Th mi i. M tyco 'k.
Prom tin- Di»p itt.lt.
• I. C. I'al iv lias plll-i-hast'il iln .
hardware business of \Y. .1.  Butt     Mr*. *tV. R. Ross tvenl down |.*"
uf ihi.. luwu.   lb- is commencing|Crtiuhrook
Iln- civ.-linn ul a stun- un  Tliinl
street, neill- iln- Englc Cafe,
A report is current thai gold lias
In*.
dis-
,-i-.-.l .-ii tii
ist sill.-nl
riiursday,    Bcfotw
leaving homo in  lit.-  nioriiing lie Races at Spolian.-.
felt twinges of Uiuibiigo Imt paid ('. D. Jeffries, uuniigc
litttle attention to it. Thu pain tlio riming depiirtinunl of
grew  worse during tin* day and]Spokune Interstate fair, wh
TOTlHiMll.LOWNl-RSOFB.C.
It tun an- ta tr.tul.U- -villi your engine la
aay way or your holler Is li-akin*. or needs
tvashia** ,cad lor me. I have a fore? pump
and tull set ol tools for iliiia!* HI kinds nl et.
Kinc nntl hailer rep.lrli-K antl cleaning right at
your mill.   Call nr sent! a card to
J.l> PATTON, Machinist  Craiilirook, II. C
THIS SPACE
BELONOS TO
NELSON'S POPULAR
HOTEL.
WATCH IT FOR
NEW ANNOUNCE'IENT
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I   UP-TO-DATE PICTURES    j
}  Por u_i.to-.lato | i-l'* inwlinl tl..' •>
«       PREST PHOTO CO.       f,
* tnll-.it.-v..ii.   Wo mako tho vory 81 =^®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-<i
J. l.itoat In'CurlniM lllltl I'liitlnums fi | .. . -I
************************** j v     i larriage      ),
'  -J     Yi'S.and tin. CITY   HAK- I
, **.*********************>   L  KliVisllu-plaivloKftanift. )"
* •»  j) wedding .-like ami iirnaini'iils *?
1 Eagle Cafe I I'«^ ^ »w% nvi,.vK.-,,.i j
JJ ° {      yunr tiitli-r nui  nl town anil (l
* Ucorse Paquin, Prop. i> [ l»rhnps have tin- icuingbrok-
>  f en by shipping.  Prices right.
•   I'lmiiL* ,11 llpposilc ill. li. Cliurch
j>      C. W. WILSON,      |
-®-®~®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®r-i'
* Morrissey Mines, B. C.        J
X) The best restaurant in :»
, South East Kootenay. .
1 When   you   visit  the >
, town be sure and try it *.
I 5
4>+ir<*******\f***9****'*******
BRICK
We have a stock of
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
Cranbrook
Livery  3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors ******
Teams ami driver, furnished for any
point in lltt tliatrict.
HARRY I AIRI-II-U)
| Vroom & Dezall
i    Blacksmiths
|     Horse Shoeing
I Carriajic Repairinx en J
i (iencral Jobbin......
j iintslde Order, Promptly
* -.Headed lu.
Q. P. T1SDALF;,
Proprietor nf tlio
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
(.irrlMacomple'c-tilockof
Candies, Trints, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
Tobaccos. Qivc u»«can
.MulTJssi'V rl'i'i'k llllll   11    llllllllit'l*   nl'
luciil iih'ii linve sttikwl  t'lnima iiml
arc prospL't'tiiifj; tht*ground.
.Ins. Tlionipson, station tigtmt .-it
Swinlnii. is vi-it ill with typhoid
Fever. Hi' wns tnken tu the L-nin-
brook linHpitiil I'm* liviiliunil. Mis.
Tl'diiipsDii. who linn been vlHiting
in Aiitliniriti'. ivtun:i'(l on Thurfl-
rlay upon learning nl' lhe illness ni
her huslmnd.
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
",] when on  llif  train
mitig home | lu-lil this year Prom October 5 to 19
Dr. Gordon, oE Phoenix, who was I litis been on Puget sound interview
with hiiu found it necessary to ing all ilu* horsemen who have
give him several injections oE nior- been racing ill Seattle and other
phin,e to ease the pniii, points.    He hns Becm-ed  promises
Mr.   li.   II. McEwing, ol'  An,-' lr"1" ,l'"s" ""'"  to  '"'  l;,v-"""1  »■
nivi'tl  in town Wi-iltn-silay  ' '
prut
ili.-inr.   All lh.- trotting horses
the PnulHc t-ttast which nre not
tthn-h
i .    Iv
Crcm llio Mo).o l.t'41-l. r
Tin*  Moyie   Lumber  company
und   the 1'lnst  Koolt-nny   Luuilii-i'
i-iiinpany tin* propillrillg to rt-upi-ii
thoir logging ciimps.
Pnddy Sullivan, nt tine time with
iho Dublin PiiBsileers nnd the
Gordon Highlanders, is up from
Crnnbrook visiting friends. Mr.
Sullivan was interviewed on the
political issueSi bill hi' would not
commit himself.
This week R, \Y. Elliott, for
suveral months inannger of tin-
Moyie Lnutlii'i' i-iiinpany. scut in
his resignation, which wns accopt-
i-d. Mr. Elliott hns tnken the
nmniigomc.ut of the Leask & Sinter
mill ul I'rnulirool*. HughCameraii
is tempoi'iii-y iniinngei- of the Movie
Lutuber coinpnny, und will holtl
thut position until Mr. Elliott's
successor nrrives here,
morning tuul is  wiih  his lii-ol	
.1. li. SIcEwIng,    \Ye noli,-,* i,y Imrrol out prior to thai date, froti
tin- .\i-iipi-i..i- Chronicle that   Mr.',""" ''",sr '"' * !h"1'-
McEwing  left  muny Ei-lends be- 1,"vo   !*l"'w"   ,1"'",s''1
hind iu St. Andrew's cluirch,  who Bl"'«b'. '"* -I't'-'l'' 1 l" be broughl
iu evidence of tho high approeln- '" «l»'kmie. when, they will meel
lim, in wlti.-h he wns hold present.  '" H"-'nuid contestBof the yciirthe
eil him with n haudsomo  purse of
gold togetlier with u nicely engraved locket I.v ilu- Y. P. C, K
Th.* company is ulso Interested in the following lowiciits: Elko,
1'r.iiil.naik. Kiiul'ii-ilv. Aldridge, Kilehener, Creston, Proclur, Nelson,
Gemini, l.i-inonlon'. Ciistlegnr, Cnsciide Cily, (Iran,I Forks, Eholt,
(li-fi'iiwoisl. Midway. Naliiis|i. Al-rowheiid, Revelstoke, Donulil and
Kamloops, Terms of payment nre one-thirtl cash and tin- l-alan.- - in
six and twelve nioulhs. with interest.
for further particulars apply i<> th.- following local agents:
\Y. M. Frost, (iaiewav. Montnna     .1. A. McCidlmn, Grand Eorks.B.C.
li. R. l-i-ui-i-. Wilmer, ll.C. II. A. Rendell, Eholt, ll.C.
\'. Ilvtle Baker, Cnuibrook, 11.1'.    A. Ferguson, Greenwood, B. C.
.1. T. Burgi.ss, Kitcl er, B. I'.       -I. D. Silibulil, Revelstoke. I!. C.
E. Mallniidiiiiie, .Ir.. Creston, B. I'. Thomas Abriel, N'akuap. I!. ('.
I,. K. Stocker, Cascade, B. ('. F. .1. Fulton. tCnniloops, I'.. C.
I*'. C. Elliot. Trout Lake City, B, C.
Or to ALEX. TAYLOR, District Land Agent at Nelson, B. C.
Or J.S. DENNIS, Land Commissioner for British Columbia,
al Calgary, Alberta.
J.
JL
FORT STEELE ITEMS
,.»•>♦•>**•.•>*♦*»**•>»**•>*>*>***-» I-
«! ■>
1 II' vou wunl *
| Fresh Fruits, |
| Fresh Vegetables, |
| Confectionery.etc. |
t Goto |
Pram im- l'iiiii.-.-i.tr.
Miss Bnilldstei', Cnlgnry. is visil-
ilig hut'sister Mrs. (I. T. I'uwiu-ll
ai Fish Lain- much.
Haying in I'n: Kootenny valley
is uenrly all th no, ami tin- must
of it is up in good tiidt'i',
Wm. Ltingluy I, -tl for Sand creuk
\l'iilnrstlay lo work on ll milling
propi'i'ly in thnt t-h-iuity.
T, T. McVittie, I'. I,. S„ lufl
Tuesday for Rock creek wliuro he
will BUl'vey limber locutions fur tlie
Crutvs Nisi lass Lumber Company.
(in Thursday evening Insl n
number of lhe ..Id members of the
Fori Steele brass bund lieltl a meeting, al which it was decided to
reorganize. A meeting will In*
held on Monday evening noxt, in
lhe band hall when Until arrangements will be mude.
FERNIE NEWS
MRS. LACEY'S |
M.in»i_cr   J,   J,   J.'*, -----...[I
I'l-om lilt* Kr f I'.r-H.
The supply of school teachers in
the province js evidently insufli-
cii-nl for the demand, The Fernie
school bonril has with difficulty
till.-.1 the vai'ani'iis. Mr. .McNeil,
of New Denver, will tnko ehnrgo of
the pi'ini'ipnlshlfi on Kejileiiiliei*
21st ami Miss M.-Nee. of Ontnrio,
hns been engaged to take ehar
on the I It
I ....     I).   I,.
s fiitin Montnuii and Iln* British uorthwesl territorit s which
hnve in n similur wny pi-ovinl ibnin-
s.'lv.'s to l.o tho 8pe«linal animals
in thoir auctions. As to the running I'.T.'i'.s. thoro will li ■ nay mini,
ber of line horses perhaps two or
11,1*4*1-   liuii's   as  many entries as
there ar.-   of   iln-  hm -: horses.
A Caustic Letter. Spoknno charges uo entrance I'.r
Citizens of Crniilirooli.your town ■*,„. (],„ riinniiig horses, ami ihis
is beiiulil'ully situated amidst tin-h_ns nm\0 a hit with thoir owners,
turn's tiinjestic   scenery, supplied I nmUy 0f whom will cut out n large
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN
[TlioeilUnrlB imt rn^pniiplbtii Im* tlinopln-
nn h oxpressod in lliis i-nliiiini.1
with an nlmmlanee ol' pure, cold
wuter. fresh, cool atmosphere, and
in many respects an inviting town
in live in. Ami we regrel thnt any
of ils inhabitants should nntliiiik-
iugly inaki* such n spo( unhealthy
ami dangerous to Uve in. We hnve
honrd strangers say that an epi-
tleinie would come from our stinking lanes and sloughs close to Ihe
business portion of town, which
men and boys try to make wither
worse than it would otherwise be
by filling up our alleys nnd streams
with nil manner of tvash, until
sickness lias eonie and our schools
re closed, Uut, what are we going
to do about [t? If I dare take
Constable Morris into somo of
these dens of tilth and compel Inin
to slay right there for two hours
to iliscuss polities, aiul he laid the
power to clear away that nuisance
it would lie done before he went, to
tlllll spot Iln- second time Wliere
does lhe townsile company reside:'
In Russia? If Ihey are'deaf lo
humanity, when- are thr religions
Bocieliesy I hope nol netting missionaries for China while there is
Biich a rich harvisl in British Columbia, Where are the labor hoc
e'li'S.*1 Have they no tllOUgl
about the health of their families':1
Where ai'e the llery socialist-i who
ar,- taking by main forco what Ihey
wantV Their manly musole would
soon oloar away our clirl and lillli.
Pitch in and do ii. My three score
years and ten (twelve mouths from
now) longs to si»' you at it. 1 am
your volunteer and will throw iu n
liver to start you. and will say
number of the smaller fairs and
go direct to Spokane and go into
training for the big October fair,
KINO'S   COLLEGE
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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and will open a dairy. Tie*..' de-
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Ititn,    tie will suit ymi.
,'Flour, Feed and
Coal.
(lals. pel-  Ion $U2 IK)
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Hran. per loll   .21 HU
Brim, per cws ,    1 In
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Shorts, per cwt     1 HU
tlini the (irsf society thnl. will put j    wheat, par cwt     1 "5
Now potatoes, por bug...    I 75
New potatoes small   nulls
its shoulder to the wheel shall get
il with a "well done, good und
faithful servant," because your talent isn't hid In n impkln. nnd tin*
highest christian duty is to help
one nnol hor. Anil isn't it u line
chance (lint we hav,- now to save
our follows from suffering? Ten
linns bettor than jealousy nnd big
per lb  2
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Daily tub 20 to 22
:.'J0HN BRENNAN
oii-\ or church going t > satisfy our |
minds upon religious duty.     Who
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on the St. Eugene Mountain.
It has lhe St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock Io w
and sell on the rise.
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell
Cranbrook Agents.
LUMBER
Robinson=McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
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The Herald dives Ihc News.
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